Focus on Health

Immunity Passports and Green Passes: what price our freedom?

In 2018, the European Union launched a roadmap to which all of its citizens would need to carry proof of vaccination by 2022.1)EU promoting vaccine passports: https://off-guardian.org/2020/05/22/report-eu-planning-vaccination-passport-since-2018/ and the roadmap itself: https://off-guardian.org/wp-content/medialibrary/2019-2022_roadmap_en-1.pdf?x99365 The so-called pandemic of SARS-Cov-2 has given the EU nations and many other countries the opportunity to accelerate this agenda. Israel has introduced […] Read on...

Kitchen herbs and spices are super medicines

Do you use spices and kitchen herbs to improve the taste of food or to do something good for yourself? Did you know that your spice rack can be an excellent medicine cabinet? Use the medicinal power of kitchen herbs and spices as our ancestors did quite naturally. ANISE – Pimpinella anisum Anise is one […] Read on...

WINTER Wild Herbs – A Boost For The Immune System

“There is a herb for every ailment,” the German Benedictine nun and all-round scholar Hildegard von Bingen is reputed to have said back in the 12th century. This can be taken quite literally. Wild herbs in particular are a true jewel in nature’s treasure chest, although the inconspicuous “green stuff” is often underestimated and much […] Read on...

Covid-19 vaccination: questions you should get answered before vaccination

While the Corona situation now seems to be worsening again in many countries during the winter months and many governments are again resorting to harsh and drastic measures, several vaccine manufacturers – most notably Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna and AstraZeneca (as well as the Gamaleja Institute in Russia and Sinovac, Sinopharm and CanSino in China) – have […] Read on...

The Health Risks of Face Masks

Many countries have made it law that in certain environments, such as public transport, that people must wear face masks to protect against the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. How beneficial is this in protecting you? Are there health risks in doing so? In a World Health Organisation (WHO) funded study, published in The Lancet 1)D. Chu […] Read on...

Digital natives – the lost generation? – Part 2 of 2

Children and adolescents today grow up in the field of two conflicting worlds: the real and the digital one (see also Part I of this article).Although new media offer opportunities, dealing with them is difficult for children and poses completely new challenges especially for teachers, educators and parents. The couple Winfried and Astrid Brüning, who […] Read on...

Digital natives – the lost generation? – Part 1 of 2

Young people born after 1980 are often referred to as “digital natives” in academic literature, because they grew up with computers and the Internet just as naturally as other generations did with water, electricity and later the television.1)Spitzer, Manfred: Digital Demenz. Wie wir uns und unsere Kinder um den Verstand bringen; Droemer Verlag, München 2012, […] Read on...

SARS-CoV-2 vaccines: should you get one, every year? – Part 2 of 2

COVID vaccine trial data – five major vaccines under development The publication of data from vaccine trials for Covid-19 is not as transparent as it should be. We are told in the mainstream media that vaccines are safe but we are not shown the data. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is reported as 90% effective and safe, […] Read on...

SARS-CoV-2 vaccines: should you get one, every year? – Part 1 of 2

“Vaccination is a barbarous practice, and it is one of the most fatal of all the delusions current in our time, not to be found even among the so-called savage races of the world. Its supporters are not content with its adoption by those who have no objection to it, but seek to impose it […] Read on...