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  • Why We Do The Things We Do

    Dear Reader, Since the beginning of the alleged Covid-19 pandemic, the exchange of ideas has essentially been outlawed, and by failing to report the facts, the bought and paid for mainstream media perpetuates the fraud and lies initiated and promulgated by our Government. Thousands of Scientists, Researchers, Biologists, Clinicians, including many world renown experts are now censored by Google, banned by Twitter and Facebook. Those independent free thinkers who are desperately trying to get the truth out, have been de-funded by PayPal and other fundraising platforms. But they are still fighting thanks in part to our determination to never give up, but most importantly because we need to know the truth. So THANK YOU! Time is running out to expose our Government's plans to implement a technocratic society, in which freedom as you once knew it will be lost forever. World governments have partnered with Big Pharma, Klaus Schwab's World Economic Forum, the World Health Organization and other technocratic institutions to implement what they’re calling The Great Reset. Mass surveillance, propaganda and pervasive censorship is being deployed to seize control over every part of your life, including your health, your finances, and even your food supply. Big Tech is an indispensable ally in this effort, as its ability to control the sharing of information is unparalleled. Mainstream Press and Broadcast Media are their key allies. Never offering impartial, balanced, or contradictory arguments, they have been instrumental in spreading propaganda to fuel and promote a climate of false fear. Never in our recent history, have people been as grossly misled as they’ve been during the past two and a half years, and the reason, these players have had what no other dictator has ever had: near total control over all forms of information. I work hard to expose the fraud, corruption and lies perpetuated by our Government, their so-called “experts” and the mainstream media. It's a thankless task, but I don't do it for the 'brownie points', I do it because I care deeply about the world we are allowing to come to pass right in front of our eyes, and we seem powerless to stop it. So if you feel as strongly as I do about ensuring that our children can grow to live in a world where they have the freedom to do as they please, then please consider sharing this link to to your friends, relations, and anyone who is awake or needs a nudge in the right direction. Thank you for your continued support. Alithea


    [Ed, my notes in RED] As for the personal fall-out from the mandates, my employment was terminated to punish my non-compliance. I was the only one at my job who directly objected to the mandates. The mandate I faced was a vaccine-or-test requirement in which individuals who failed to provide the employer with proof of vaccination had to submit Covid-19 test results each week. Faced with an alternative of compulsory vaccination, most people see the testing option as a palatable compromise. Even many critics of the mandates treated testing as a reasonable option, and there was almost no discussion about the implications of a requirement that employees be tested regularly. While forcible vaccination is a clear violation of bodily autonomy, a testing mandate, though less invasive, is equally sinister in its ramifications. The following are reasons why a Covid-19 testing mandate for employees is objectionable: Why Not Just Comply With a Testing Mandate? Such a requirement is over broad and under inclusive, which belies its true punitive intent. It catches people like myself with natural immunity, while excluding the vaccinated employees who are perfectly capable of catching and transmitting the virus. If reducing transmission was the true goal of mandated testing, all employees would be subjected to the requirement. Further, a person can test positive for SARS-CoV-2 without actually being contagious. For instance, people who recovered from Covid-19 and who are no longer contagious can continue to test positive in the following months. [PCR Tests are notoriously unreliable. They can't detect Covid-19, only mitochondrial cell fragments, that are present in everyone with an immune system. The number of cycles used in the PCT Test (anything over 30 will give a false positive) determines the outcome] It requires providing genetic samples to for-profit companies that will sell that data without consent or ability to control the information. [New nano-particle genetic engineering allows pathogens to be targeted at specific genomes – potentially attacking millions in one go] The tests are conditional on emergency-use authorizations, and Americans have a right to withhold consent to such devices. Threatening a person’s livelihood effectively negates their statutory right by creating a coercive condition. [The 'Vaccines' are also only authorised for emergency use only, which is why the emergency rules keep being extended] For those who are employed by government establishments, mandated Covid-19 tests are effectively government searches without a warrant, probable cause, or even any type of individualised suspicion. [Mandated Tests are a gross violation of person's right to clinical choice] It is retaliatory for people like myself who have medical conditions that contraindicate Covid-19 vaccination. [Big Brother wants everyone to comply]. It violates due process rights. Covid-19 tests applied in this manner are medical devices that offer no medically therapeutic benefits, and it is objectionable to force medical intervention on a person that will not benefit them in any way. [See Nuremberg Code] Because many people subject to such mandates were already coming to the office and putting themselves at risk for contracting the virus during the height of the pandemic, (including when no vaccine or PPC was available), it beggars belief that these employees suddenly became unreasonably dangerous overnight. [How many supermarket workers were affected during the early days of the Covid-19 'pandemic, having come into contact with thousands of people, before masks were mandated?]. Such mandates are an egregious, unilateral incursion on workers’ rights that will forever change the employer-employee relationship to the detriment of employees. [How can you ever trust an employer that disregards your God given rights?] It further cements a precedent in which employers can unilaterally add required tasks that the employee has to perform on the employee’s own, personal time without pay. An expectation is being created (as with daily health screenings) that permit the employer to take greater incursions on the employee’s private time and expense without recompense. All employees, vaccinated or not, will be harmed by this precedent in the future. [Just say NO – If they persist, an employment tribunal would find for the employee every time]. Neither the government nor an employer should be able to control a person’s body or make medical decisions for that person. Our bodies are our own. If we let them have that power, there is no end to what they might compel us to do with our bodies in the future. [See Nuremberg Code] Such mandates encourage treating illness as a moral fault or healthy people as though they are sick. We are coming dangerously close to treating human life as a medical condition unto itself. This shaming, punitive attitude around illness embodied in mandates such as these erode public health by disincentivising people from seeking medical attention, disclosing potential contagion, fully convalescing, or otherwise taking the proper precautions that could alert others to the fact that they are contagious and otherwise prevent further transmission. [You don't need to test healthy people for a non-existent condition] The testing requirement has a disparate impact on various protected classes and is therefore discriminatory. [Equality and Discrimination Act, 2010] Unvaccinated human beings are not perpetually sick and should not be treated like they belong to a dirty and diseased subclass of humanity. No one should be subjected to such blatantly dehumanizing, disparate treatment. [Behavioural Change Psychological warfare] I, personally, believe nature and the body are sacred, and having to beg permission from the government to continue existing as I am is spiritually degrading. We should not have to supplant our respective faiths with the personal, religious beliefs of politicians. [All part of the de-humanising process] Letting government interfere with personal medical decisions on the grounds of public health paves the way for the further erosion of reproductive rights, among other integral personal rights. [See Nuremberg Code above] Given that humans are covered in viruses and bacteria by default, these mandates are creating a new system of medical totalitarianism in which any healthy person can, with the right test, be deemed by the government a health risk at any time, for indefinite periods without due process, without even being sick or contagious. Innocent people are being stigmatized and penalized by this system for simply existing. [Behavioural Modification Psy-Op] It is a punitive measure solely intended to penalize people who do not submit to the government’s political whims. We should not reward the government’s unethical and cruel use of coercion and duress. [Behavioural Modification Psy-Op] Compliance will not end the government’s prosecutorial stance, but rather will further embolden it to escalate its tyranny. [As my Grandmother said, “give 'em an inch, and they will take a mile”] Such mandates are the beginning of a new relationship with the government in which an individual’s control over her body and beliefs is subordinate to politicians’ political agendas. I do not wish to be in a toxic relationship with the government in which I have no agency. [See Nuremberg Code] Such measures are priming the populace for the implementation of a continuous bio-surveillance state. [Digital Currency, Digital Passport/ID, Biometric identification, Facial Recognition, Social Credit schemes are all part of the state control mechanism] These mandates are irrational and undemocratic, and we have been unable to have a full and honest discussion about them due to the heavy-handed climate of censorship and groupthink that currently pervades society. Especially in New York. [Mainstream media and Social media ignore anything but the government line, independent press and bloggers are deplatformed and cancelled] Such mandates violate the rule of law. One does not dispense with the rule of law in an emergency; it is precisely in an emergency that adherence to the rule of law is most necessary. When we abandon our values in times of emergency, we get abominations like Japanese internment camps, McCarthyism, and the fraudulent invasion of Iraq. After it is all over, people wonder how these things could happen. This is how it happens: by forsaking our long-term political values to address short-term fears and exigencies. We should not let fears about Covid-19 cause us to undermine our constitutional norms. RESIST! FIGHT BACK! IGNORE THEIR LIES!

  • Judge refuses to dismiss Trump lawsuit against YouTube

    A district judge stayed former President Donald Trump’s lawsuit against YouTube until the end of the appeal against the dismissal of his case against Twitter. The judge also denied YouTube’s motion to dismiss the case and Trump’s motion for preliminary injunction. We obtained a copy of the order for you here. Trump sued YouTube, Twitter, and the other tech companies that suspended his accounts following the January 6, 2021 riot at the US Capitol. In the lawsuit against YouTube, he argued that the permanent ban had a negative impact on his donor platforms and stifled public debate, as well as his efforts to endorse candidates. The lawsuit, initially filed in the Southern District of Florida, also argues that the censorship violates Florida’s Stop Social Media Censorship Act, which was blocked by a federal court, and his First Amendment rights. The suit also asks the court to overturn the protections afforded tech platforms under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Trump also claims that YouTube deceived users and “unevenly” applies its standards, which is a violation of Florida’s Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act. He further claims that YouTube “worked with the government” to violate his free speech rights. During Trump's motion for a preliminary injunction, YouTube said that Trump cannot claim his free speech was violated because rules about what content is allowed and not allowed are laid out in the platform’s community guidelines. Additionally, the platform said reinstating Trump’s account would cause it “irreparable injury” and it would violate the company’s First Amendment rights, which give it the freedom to determine what speech to allow. “Former President Trump and seven other plaintiffs are attempting to turn their disagreement with YouTube’s editorial choices into a federal lawsuit on behalf of a putative nationwide class,” YouTube said. “This effort fails as a matter of law. By seeking to treat the judgments of a private online service provider as state action, plaintiffs flip the First Amendment on its head.”

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  • Privacy Policy | ExposingTheirLies

    Protecting your privacy ExposingTheirLies.Com Contents of this Privacy Notice Introduction What is Explaining the legal bases we rely on When do we collect your personal data? What sort of personal data do we collect? How and why do we use your personal data? Here’s how we’ll use your personal data and why: Combining your data for personalised direct marketing How we protect your personal data How long will we keep your personal data? Who do we share your personal data with? Where your personal data may be processed What are your rights over your personal data? Your right to withdraw consent How can you stop the use of your personal data for direct marketing? Contacting the Regulator Any questions? ​ 1 Introduction This Privacy Notice explains in detail the types of personal data we may collect about you when you interact with us. It also explains how we will store and handle that data, and keep it safe. We know that there’s a lot of information here but we want you to be fully informed about your rights, and how the Help Academy uses your data. We hope the following sections will answer any questions you have but if not, please do get in touch with us. It’s likely that we’ll need to update this Privacy Notice from time to time. We’ll notify you of any significant changes via email, but you’re welcome to come back and check it whenever you wish. When you are using the website, '’ is the data controller. is UK based and therefore, when visiting our website from overseas, personal data that we may collect through cookies or online forms will leave the EU for the UK. 2. What is – is an online information blog specialising in the dissemination of news and information deemed ’alternative’ by MSM: For simplicity throughout this notice, ‘we’ and ‘us’ means 3. Explaining the legal bases we rely on The law on data protection sets out a number of different reasons for which a company may collect and process your personal data, including: Consent In specific situations, we can collect and process your data with your consent. For example, when you tick a box to receive email newsletters. When collecting your personal data, we’ll always make clear to you which data is necessary in connection with a particular service. Contractual obligations In certain circumstances, we need your personal data to comply with our contractual obligations. For example, if you order an item from us for home delivery, we’ll collect your address details to deliver your purchase, and pass them to our courier. Legal compliance If the law requires us to, we may need to collect and process your data. For example, we can pass on details of people involved in fraud or other criminal activity affecting the Partnership to law enforcement . Legitimate interest In specific situations, we require your data to pursue our legitimate interests in a way which might reasonably be expected as part of running our business and which does not materially impact your rights, freedom or interests. For example, we will use your purchase history to send you or make available personalised offers. We may also combine the shopping history of many customers to identify trends and ensure we can keep up with demand, or develop new products/services. We will also use your email address details to send you direct marketing information electronically telling you about products and services that we think might interest you. You of course haver the right to opt out of these email messages. We may contact you regarding market research 4. When do we collect your personal data? [Hosted/Trusted 3rd Party] When you visit our websites, and/or use your account to buy products and/or services, or redeem vouchers from the Help Academy online. When you make an online purchase and check out as a guest (in which case we just collect transaction-based data) When you create an account with us. When you engage with us on social media. When you download an e-book or electronic document When you sign up to you may be given access to an area called Members Area. This will allow you to access exclusive members only information When you enter prize draws or competitions. When you book any kind of appointment with us or book to attend an event, for example an online training programme When you choose to complete any surveys we send you. When you comment on or review our products and services. Any individual may access personal data related to them, including opinions. When you fill in any forms. 5. What sort of personal data do we collect? If you have a web account with us the data collected may include : your name, gender, date of birth, billing/delivery address, orders and receipts, email and telephone number if provided. For your security, we will not keep any record encrypted or otherwise of your login password if one is requested. Details of your online communications preferences. Details of your visits to our website or apps, and which site you came from to ours. Information gathered by the use of cookies in your web browser. Learn more about how we use cookies and similar technologies. Your comments and reviews. To deliver the best possible web experience, we collect technical information about your internet connection and browser as well as the country and telephone code where your computer is located, the web pages viewed during your visit, the links you clicked on, and any search terms you entered. Your social media username, if you interact with us through those channels, to help us respond to your comments, questions or feedback. 6. How and why do we use your personal data? We want to give you the best possible customer experience. One way to achieve that is to get the richest picture we can of who you are by combining the data we have about you. We then use this to offer you tailored products and services that are most likely to interest you. The data privacy law allows this as part of our legitimate interest in understanding our customers and providing the highest levels of service. Of course, if you wish to change how we use your data, you’ll find details in the ‘What are my rights?’ section below. Remember, if you choose not to share your personal data with us, or refuse certain contact permissions, we might not be able to provide some services you’ve asked for. 7. Here’s how we’ll use your personal data and why: To process any online orders that you make by using our websites, apps or in store. If we don’t collect your personal data during checkout, we won’t be able to process your order and comply with our legal obligations. To respond to your queries, refund requests and complaints. Handling the information you sent enables us to respond. We may also keep a record of these to inform any future communication with us and to demonstrate how we communicated with you throughout. We do this on the basis of our contractual and legal obligations and our legitimate interests in providing you with the best service and understanding how we can improve our service based on your experience. To protect our business and your account from fraud and other illegal activities. This includes using your personal data to maintain, update and safeguard your account. We’ll also monitor your browsing activity with us to quickly identify and resolve any problems and protect the integrity of our websites. We’ll do all of this as part of our legitimate interest. For example, by checking your password when you login and using automated monitoring of IP addresses to identify possible fraudulent logins from unexpected locations. To process payments and to prevent fraudulent transactions. We do this on the basis of our legitimate business interests. This also helps to protect our customers from fraud. With your consent, we will use your personal data, preferences and details of your transactions to keep you informed by email or web, about relevant products and services including tailored special offers, discounts, promotions, events, competitions and so on. This is only applicable within the UK. Of course, you are free to opt out of hearing from us by any of these channels at any time. To send you relevant, personalised communications by post in relation to updates, offers, services and products. We’ll do this on the basis of our legitimate business interest. You are free to opt out of hearing from us by post at any time. To send you communications required by law or which are necessary to inform you about our changes to the services we provide you. For example, updates to this Privacy Notice, product recall notices, and legally required information relating to your orders. These service messages will not include any promotional content and do not require prior consent when sent by email or text message. If we do not use your personal data for these purposes, we would be unable to comply with our legal obligations. To administer any of our prize draws or competitions which you enter, based on your consent given at the time of entering. To develop, test and improve the systems, services and products we provide to you. We’ll do this on the basis of our legitimate business interests. For example, we’ll record your browser’s Session ID to help us understand more when you leave us online feedback about any problems you’re having. To comply with our contractual or legal obligations to share data with law enforcement. To send you survey and feedback requests to help improve our services. These messages will not include any promotional content and do not require prior consent when sent by email or text message. We have a legitimate interest to do so as this helps make our products or services more relevant to you. To build a rich picture of who you are and what you like, and to inform our business decisions, we’ll combine data captured from across the Partnership, third parties and data from publicly-available lists as we have described in the section What Sort of Personal Data do we collect? We’ll do this on the basis of our legitimate business interest. To process your booking/appointment requests (such as a consultation or speaking engagement) 8. Combining your data for personalised direct marketing We want to bring you information about events, offers and promotions that are most relevant to your interests at particular times. To help us form a better, overall understanding of you as a customer. 9. How we protect your personal data We know how much data security matters to all our customers. With this in mind we will treat your data with the utmost care and take all appropriate steps to protect it. We secure access to all transactional areas of our websites and apps using ‘https’ technology. Access to your personal data is password-protected, and sensitive data such as payment card information) is secured and encrypted to ensure it is protected. We regularly monitor our system for possible vulnerabilities and attacks, and we carry out regular penetration testing to identify ways to further strengthen security. 10.How long will we keep your personal data? Whenever we collect or process your personal data, we’ll only keep it for as long as is necessary for the purpose for which it was collected. At the end of that retention period, your data will either be deleted completely or anonymised, for example by aggregation with other data so that it can be used in a non-identifiable way for statistical analysis and business planning. Some examples of customer data retention periods: Orders When you place an order, we’ll keep the personal data you give us for five years so we can comply with our legal and contractual obligations. 11. Who do we share your personal data with? We may sometimes share your personal data with trusted third parties. [none as yet] IT companies who support our website and other business systems. Operational companies such as delivery couriers to contact you about your order delivery & occasionally service review messages Direct marketing companies who help us manage our electronic communications with you. Google/Facebook to show you products that might interest you while you’re browsing the internet. This is based on either your marketing consent or your acceptance of cookies on our websites. See our Cookies Notice for details. We may also be required to disclose your personal data to the police or other enforcement, regulatory or Government body, in your country of origin or elsewhere, upon a valid request to do so. These requests are assessed on a case-by-case basis and take the privacy of our customers into consideration. We may, from time to time, expand, reduce, transfer or close the Help Academy and this may involve the transfer of the whole business to new owners. If this happens, your personal data will, where relevant, be transferred to the new owner or controlling party, under the terms of this Privacy Notice. For further information please contact our Data Protection Officer. 12. Where your personal data may be processed is a UK based organisation and so your data will be stored in the UK, 13. What are your rights over your personal data? An overview of your different rights You have the right to request: Access to the personal data we hold about you, free of charge in most cases. The correction of your personal data when incorrect, out of date or incomplete. The deletion of the data we hold about you, in specific circumstances. For example, when you withdraw consent, or object and we have no legitimate overriding interest, or once the purpose for which we hold the data has come to an end (e.g. the end of a warranty). A computer file in a common format (e.g. CSV or similar) containing the personal data that you have previously provided to us and the right to have your information transferred to another entity where this is technically possible. Restriction of the use of your personal data, in specific circumstances, generally whilst we are deciding on an objection you have made. That we stop processing your personal data, in specific circumstances. For example, when you have withdrawn consent, or object for reasons related to your individual circumstances. That we stop using your personal data for direct marketing (either through specific channels, or all channels). That we stop any consent-based processing of your personal data after you withdraw that consent. You can contact us to request to exercise these rights at any time by completing an online form. 14. Your right to withdraw consent Whenever you have given us your consent to use your personal data, you have the right to change your mind at any time and withdraw that consent. Where we rely on our legitimate interest In cases where we are processing your personal data on the basis of our legitimate interest, you can ask us to stop for reasons connected to your individual situation. We must then do so unless we believe we have a legitimate overriding reason to continue processing your personal data. Direct marketing You have the right to stop the use of your personal data for direct marketing activity through all channels, or selected channels. We must always comply with your request. Checking your identity To protect the confidentiality of your information, we will ask you to verify your identity before proceeding with any request you make under this Privacy Notice. If you have authorised a third party to submit a request on your behalf, we will ask them to prove they have your permission to act. 15. How can you stop the use of your personal data for direct marketing? There are several ways you can stop direct marketing communications from us: Click the ‘unsubscribe’ link in any email communication that we send you. We will then stop any further emails from that particular division. If you have an account, log in into account, visit the ‘My Account’ area and change your preferences. Write to Data Rights Team - DPO, 171 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5NN. Please note that you may continue to receive communications for a short period after changing your preferences while our systems are fully updated. 16. Contacting the Regulator If you feel that your data has not been handled correctly, or you are unhappy with our response to any requests you have made to us regarding the use of your personal data, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office. You can contact them by calling 0303 123 1113. Or go online to (opens in a new window; please note we can't be responsible for the content of external websites) If you are based outside the UK, you have the right to lodge your complaint with the relevant data protection regulator in your country of residence. Details can be found in 17. Any questions? We hope this Privacy Notice has been helpful in setting out the way we handle your personal data and your rights to control it. If you have any questions that haven’t been covered, please contact our Data Protection Officer (Andrew Garcarz) who will be pleased to help you: 07775518044 This notice was last updated on 17/02/202

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