Lockdown Was Conceived by a 14-Year-Old

By Enza Ferreri There hasn’t been much information on how the idea of a total lockdown of entire countries, unheard of throughout human history, was born. People generally assumed – at least at the beginning, when a high level of naivety prevailed – that it must have been medical doctors, scientists and researchers with specializations […]

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Rome’s Deputy Commissioner: Green Pass Violates Constitution

By Enza Ferreri Italy’s Green Pass Imposed on Workers Italy is about to make a Covid-19 Green Pass compulsory for all workers, after a new law was approved by the government on September 16. Britain’s Financial Times has called this Green Pass strictest measure in Europe so far to curtail movement based on vaccination status. […]

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Viareggio Carnival 2021 Sept-Oct Dates, Features

Never before, in its 148 years’ history, has Viareggio Carnival been celebrated in late summer and early fall as it will this year in 2021. The five 2021 dates of the parades of gigantic allegorical floats in papier-mâché on Viareggio seafront promenade are Saturday 18 September, Sunday 26 September, Saturday 2 October, Sunday 3 October […]

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Countries with No Lockdown vs Countries on Lockdown

By Enza Ferreri “The owl of Minerva spreads its wings only with the falling of dusk” wrote philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. Minerva, whose sacred bird was the owl, was the Roman goddess of wisdom, and Hegel meant that historical events are understood only at their end. Well, the Covid-19 pandemic is a historic event. […]

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Covid Was Falling before Lockdowns Data Show Part II

By Enza Ferreri We’ve shown in a previous post how in the UK the Covid-19 growth factor had already declined before the introduction of lockdown on 24 March 2020. As we’ll see, this event is not limited to the UK, but applies generally and globally. That’s because the reproduction number of infections (how many new […]

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Covid Infections Were Falling before Lockdowns, Data Show

By Enza Ferreri Historical phenomena of a large scale, including medical ones like epidemics and pandemics, take time to be understood; we’ll probably unravel the “Covid-19 pandemic” event when it is over (soon, I hope). About lockdowns, we now know a few things. Whereas the mainstream mass media tend to publish stories that sell, among […]

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Canadians Died from Lockdown More than Covid-19

Lockdowns have caused more harm than good: this is now increasingly emerging from the evidence of data. Canada is not the only country experiencing this, far from it. Many countries are waking up to the reality of the shutdown and social distancing as a cure which is worse than the disease, and their populations are […]

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Italy Worldwide Rally for Freedom Anti-Green Pass, Vaccine Impositions

By Enza Ferreri All over Italy, as in other countries of the world including the UK, France, Greece, Australia, July 24th has been the day of the Worldwide Rally for Freedom, under the banner of World Wide Demonstration. On the same day several countries around the world have been home to demonstrations against the Covid-19 […]

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Guardian Paper Wants Global Lockdown Every Two Years

By Enza Ferreri The cat’s out of the bag: I dislike this expression, nobody should put a cat or any other animal in a bag as far as I’m concerned, but I couldn’t find anything as effective as that to convey how a possible truth of an ideological game being played on people’s lives has […]

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Raffaella Carrà Last Return to St Pio, San Giovanni Rotondo

By Enza Ferreri Raffaella Carrà, Italian singer, dancer, television presenter and actress whose fame went beyond Italy, died on July 5 at the age of 78. She had success in several countries in Europe, including Spain, Germany, England, France, Holland, Belgium, Greece, and in Latin America. Carrà since 1970 has sold over 60 million copies […]

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