Month: April 2020

EXCLUSIVE: Treatment at Nightingale Covid hospital in London ‘to be ended in less than two months’.

26 April 2020 By Paul Martin

From June this year, Covid-19 patients will no longer be treated at London’s much-heralded Nightingale hospital, according to a source involved in Covid-19 hospital admissions in Britain’s National Health Service. The London Nightingale Centre (named after the heroic 19th century British nurse Florence Nightingale) was set up in just 2 weeks and opened officially on […]

EXCLUSIVE: Can God be blamed for the deaths of hundreds of Christians in Sri Lanka one year ago? Or for the mass murders of 9-11? Or for the Corona Virus death toll? A top Catholic cardinal gives us his interpretation.

20 April 2020 By Paul Martin

By Paul Martin. God should not be made a “scapegoat” for the mass killings or suffering that occur in this world, says a leading Roman Catholic Cardinal. We should instead look to the failings of humans as the cause: especially those he claims are creating wars and conflict to fuel the purchase of weapons and […]

Finally the National Health Service of Britain admits what has been reporting from within a week of the lockdown: the number of Covid-19 deaths each day is much higher than the government has said up to now.

5 April 2020 By Paul Martin

The figures supplied by the British government to the public underestimate the number of deaths caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the chief of the National Health Service admitted today in a public statement. Professor Stephen Powis, the NHS national medical director, confirmed what has been exclusively reporting for more than a week. He accepted […]

Spain’s government faces a huge lawsuit over Covid-19. It’s alleged to have ‘deliberately’ endangered the safety of its public – through encouraging nationwide marches for Women’s Day.

1 April 2020 By Paul Martin

In a class action lawsuit filed on March 19, the socialist Spanish government has been accused of knowingly endangering public safety. The main contention is that it was reckless to encourage the public to participate in more than 75 marches held across Spain on March 8 to mark International Women’s Day. When asked why it […]