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COVID-19 – Dr John Campbell – 12 March

This update from Dr John Campbell about 6 hours ago @ 12-Mar-2020 18:08 UK time.

Hope you are safe, and stays that way.

Disclaimer – I AM JUST PASSING THIS ON (as fakestream media continues to lie, omit, cover up and spin an extreme minority narrative) – When opinions are stated anywhere on this blog they are just opinions, not facts, truths or endorsements. I am not a journalist or an activist and TBH most of the time not a “serious” writer either, more I enjoy creative writing (blogging is supposed to be fun?). I’m a centrist, I read and view content from both sides of the aisle (as long as it’s not blatant propaganda, or utter trash) – so I’m sharing this for your information, something you may not be aware of and may be interested in (or not, in which case, just go to the next post). As with any news, article, post, writing or report, don’t just take it at face value, do your own research, use your own critical thinking. Kind of obvious really, but best stated, so that it’s clear.

Cheers

Don Charisma


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4 thoughts on “COVID-19 – Dr John Campbell – 12 March

  1. Sobering viewing, thanks for posting. Our collective governments have failed us. As usual, too little, too late, putting profit before people – and planet for that matter. We all pay more in the long run.

      1. Thanks Don, you too. The first person in Hobart was diagnosed last Thursday and told to “self isolate”. He went to work in hospitality, then went to two night-clubs over the weekend!! What hope do we have with selfish twats like that about?
        On Wednesday the second Hobart person was confirmed, a student at the University of Tasmania. Needless to say, it’s here, at the bottom end of the world.

      2. The positive is the low mortality rate of this disease. There are selfish people in the world, but there are also good, kind and honourable people too. Hope you stay well, speak soon. Don

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