Gigi Foster fires up


A powerful conversation with a hero of the resistance to Covid insanity.

At the end of the day, power is with the people’ — Gigi Foster and Rinat Strahlhofer take viewers to Australia for a look at pandemic policies and their impacts. They explore concepts related to the building of a parallel society and consider the future of the global population.


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Rossini
Rossini
February 9, 2023 10:23 am

Gigi Foster is an interesting women.
Great podcast. Enjoyed listening to her views.
Dan the man should take note of her views and act on them!

rickw
rickw
February 9, 2023 11:45 am

A light in the dark bowels of the Australian Mongocracy!

Roger
Roger
February 9, 2023 11:57 am

Noteworthy admission from Lismore hospital to ABC aired today:

An ambulance conveying a woman with an internal bleed was “ramped” because 1) there was a 30% bump in emergency admissions in that period; and 2) covid protocols slowed the triage process. The woman was passing in and out of consciousness and – obviously – could have died. Unlike the larger cities, there was no alternative hospital to which she could be taken.

Part of a preview of an ABC report on the regional public health crisis.

Just one of many such instances, I would imagine.

Vicki
Vicki
February 9, 2023 1:30 pm

Given that I think that there are significant forces intent upon a “Great Reset” and especially a reordering of power structures, we need to seriously consider how to survive in such a world. Supportive alternate citizen groups would be the first step. Many are forming throughout western countries already.

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