Indians Using Fake IDs with Donald Trump's Name to Thwart Lockdown

Police in northern India’s Himachal Pradesh are investigating at least two cases of people using fake Chinese coronavirus E-passes — one bearing the name of former U.S. President Donald Trump and another of the famous Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan — to enter the region during an ongoing coronavirus lockdown. “HP [Himachal Pradesh] Police is in receipt of a complaint regarding fake registration in the name of Mr. Donald Trump and Mr. Amitabh Bachchan in the Covid [Chinese coronavirus] e-pass platform,” the Himachal Pradesh State Police Department wrote in a Twitter statement issued May 7. HP Police is in receipt of a complaint regarding fake registration in the name of Mr. Donald Trump and Mr. Amitabh Bachchan in the Covid e-pass platform. Shimla Police is registering a FIR under relevant sections of IPC and IT Act for further legal action.@CMOHimachal — Himachal Pradesh Police (@himachalpolice) May 7, 2021 “The passes were under [the] essential service provider category. The one in the name of ‘Donald Trumph’ [sic] called him the son of ‘Mark Jones’ and said he was to visit ‘Parkash Sharma.’ The other said Bachhan, the son of ‘Harbans Rai Bachhan’, was to meet ‘Rajiv Sehjal.’ The passes were valid

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Have you struggled to inform family and friends about COVID and the Vaccines?

– That they can’t trust the Media or government about “coronavirus” – “mandates” – “social distancing” – masks – “lockdowns”

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Netanyahu: Israel Almost Done with Coronavirus Closures

Lockdowns are set to become a thing of the past for Israel, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday as more venues reopened as part of the government’s coronavirus exit plan. Netanyahu’s remarks came amid an ongoing vaccination drive. So far, almost five million Israelis — out of a population totaling 9.2 million — have received at least one dose of the Pfizer vaccine, and 3.8 million have received both. The contagion rate has dropped dramatically from 11 percent in January to 4.3 percent. While Health Ministry officials have not confirmed Netanyahu’s prediction Israel has entirely emerged from closures, they said on Sunday evening another lockdown before the March 23 national election was highly unlikely. This follows earlier remarks by coronavirus czar Nachman Ash who told an Israeli radio station the “possibility of reverse measures certainly exists.” People eat at a restaurant in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv after authorities reopened restaurants, bars and cafes to vaccinated “green pass” holders.  Israel took another step towards post-pandemic normalcy, with about 40 percent of the population fully inoculated against the coronavirus. (EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP via Getty Images) “We may have to decide to do this before the election,

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Professor Paul Hunter – Striking A Balance – Why We Must Accept Coronavirus Is Not Going Anywhere

Professor of Medicine at the University of East Anglia and member of the WHO Health Emergencies Panel Professor Paul Hunter is an infectious disease expert and Professor of Medicine at the University of East Anglia. Throughout 2020, he has served as a member of the WHO Health Emergencies Program Experts Advisory Panel for Infection Prevention and Control Preparedness, Readiness and Response to COVID-19. In his long and luminary career, Professor Hunter’s interests centre around outbreaks of infectious disease and their management, and how such epidemics occurred through transmission from food, water or the environment, making his area of expertise particularly relevant during the current Coronavirus crisis. With over 300 research papers to his name and the first Professor of Health Protection to be appointed in the UK, Professor Hunter has been cited over 22,000 times, writing publications on Ebola and the Zika virus, while his pioneering work on the impact of inadequate access to safe water and sanitation on health is hugely significant. Despite such a depth of knowledge and understanding, insight into the necessary response and desire to find workable solutions, little could have prepared him for what has been an extraordinary period in modern medical history. So much

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Professor Sunetra Gupta – The Great Barrington Declaration: Why Focussed Protection Is A Practical Alternative To Unaffordable Lockdowns

The Great Barrington Declaration Professor Sunetra Gupta is a British-Indian infectious disease epidemiologist and a professor of theoretical epidemiology at the Department of Zoology, University of Oxford. She has conducted research around the transmission dynamics of various infectious diseases, including malaria, influenza and COVID-19, and has received the Scientific Medal of the Zoological Society of London and the Rosalind Franklin Award of the Royal Society. A stern critic of a blanket lockdown approach to the pandemic, Professor Gupta is one of the three lead authors of The Great Barrington Declaration, a paper which argues that the cost of these strategies to society is too high, especially for the poorest and those most at risk of financial hardship. Alongside Dr Martin Kulldorff, American statistician, epidemiologist and Professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School (who recently appeared on the Digital Freedom Platform) and Dr Jay Bhattacharya, Professor of Medicine and Economics at Stanford University, she has highlighting that the concept of Focussed Protection needs to be considered as a viable alternative to total population lockdown. Gupta has also been a critic of the debate around the pandemic, suggesting that countries should follow the general approach taken by the infectious disease epidemiologists in

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Jamie Jenkins – The Numbers Don't Lie: Are the Disparate Health and Economic Impacts Are Being Ignored During the Coronavirus Crisis?

Award Winning British Statistician and Data Analyst Jamie Jenkins is the British statistician, data analyst and former Head of Health Policy Research at the Office for National Statistics and Research and Statistical Consultant for the BBC. With over 19 years of experience dealing in and working with data, to better help policymakers, business owners, established institutions and organisations understand the key issues and problems enveloping the modern world, Jamie Jenkins is the final word in statistical analysis. As the nation cowers at the alarming updates and death rates, confused, anxious and unsettled, it’s high time we had some clarity and transparency over what exactly is happening in the hospitals, to our people and the economy. Jamie Jenkins is impartial, he’s neutral, he’s Switzerland. Why? Well, the most fundamental aspect of his job is to present the figures, and those figures will tell their own story. Perhaps therein lies the problem. It may well have been Mark Twain who passed the comment, “figures don’t lie, but liars do figure.” Far be it from us to suggest there’s untoward behaviour at play, but even the most accurate and statistically sound data can be manipulated to reinforce an objective or set of ideals.

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Luke Johnson – We Are The Economy: Why A Second Lockdown Will Drive The UK To An Economic Disaster

British Entrepreneur, Business Adviser, and Newspaper Columnist Luke Johnson is a British entrepreneur, business adviser, and weekly columnist for The Sunday Times. He is a man with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the world of business and investment, that has seen him hold Chairman status at Channel 4, the Royal Society of Arts and the Pizza Express chain. He is the former owner The Ivy and had interests in Giraffe, Belgo, and started the hugely popular Strada restaurant chain from the ground up. Currently, the Chairman of equity firm Risk Capital Partners and the Brighton Pier Group, Luke Johnson’s resume and achievements are all-encompassing. As we roll into the third week of a second national lockdown, Luke like so many business leaders and entrepreneurial spirits has been left aghast at the flagrant mismanagement of the pandemic by our governing powers and repeatedly called for a more logical, considered approach, that doesn’t leave a trail of collateral damage in its wake. An as yet unproven policy of single measure lockdowns, that has seen hundreds of thousands of people left unemployed. A restrictive set of policies that have decimated the economy in a way many of us are yet to

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Dr. Martin Kulldorff – The Great Barrington Declaration – How “Focussed Protection” Can Prevent Lockdowns & Get The World Back To Work

Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School Dr Martin Kulldorff is an American statistician, epidemiologist and Professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. During an extremely important time with regard to the unfolding of the Covid-19 narrative, Dr. Martin Kulldorff joins us to explain in detail why the current policy response of lockdowns and restrictions may actually be doing more harm than good. Highlighting the benefits of allowing the younger generations to achieve some level of herd immunity and protecting the vulnerable and elderly as the wisest approach. Covid-19 is not going anywhere. It will be with us indefinitely. As we wait with bated breath for the latest scientific analysis, and news that a vaccine could potentially be rolled out before Christmas, this episode and the information Dr. Kulldorff shares takes on even greater significance. Having spent the last two decades studying and analysing infectious diseases, how they spread within society, how you detect, monitor and control them while looking at ways to minimise mortality rates should such an outbreak occur, Dr. Kulldorff is very much at the sharp end of a world we have become all too familiar with. Alongside Dr. Sunetra Gupta, Professor of theoretical epidemiology in the

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Professor David Miles CBE – Extraordinarily Costly: Why Lockdown 2.0 Could Plunge UK Into Double Dip Recession

Professor of Financial Economics at the Imperial College in London Professor David Miles CBE is a British Economist and Professor of Financial Economics at Imperial College in London, having previously served as a member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee. In a career spanning 35 years, Professor Miles has held positions in some of the world’s most prestigious City institutions, including as Chief UK Economist for both Morgan Stanley Bank and Merrill Lynch London, and board member and Non Executive Director for The Financial Services Authority. He is also a Member of the Council of Economic Advisors to Her Majesty’s Treasury and was awarded a CBE in 2016 for his services to monetary policy. With research interests spanning areas including housing, financial markets, financial stability and banking and the interactions between financial markets and the wider economy, Professor Miles is a man whose insights are much sought after and highly respected. During the recent crisis, Professor Miles produced a detailed report demonstrating that even if the first lockdown had saved 500,000 lives which was initially estimated by Professor Neil Ferguson also of Imperial College (a figure which David regarded as “absurd”), the costs were even greater than the

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