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- Death | Acoustic neuritis | Acquired C1 inhibitor deficiency | Acquired epidermolysis bullosa | Acquired epileptic aphasia | Acute cutaneous lupus erythematosus | Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis | Acute encephalitis with refractory, repetitive partial seizures | Acute febrile neutrophilic dermatosis | Acute flaccid myelitis | Acute haemorrhagic leukoencephalitis | Acute haemorrhagic oedema of infancy | Acute kidney injuryAcute macular outer retinopathy | Acute motor axonal neuropathyAcute motor-sensory axonal neuropathy | Acute myocardial infarction | Acute respiratory distress syndrome | Acute respiratory failure | Addison’s disease | Administration site thrombosis | Administration site vasculitis | Adrenal thrombosis | Adverse event following immunisation | AgeusiaAgranulocytosis | Air embolism | Alanine aminotransferase abnormal | Alanine aminotransferase increased | Alcoholic seizure | Allergic bronchopulmonary mycosis | Allergic oedema | Alloimmune hepatitis | Alopecia areata | Alpers disease | Alveolar proteinosis | Ammonia abnormal | Ammonia increased | Amniotic cavity infection | Amygdalohippocampectomy | Amyloid arthropathy | Amyloidosis | Amyloidosis senile | Anaphylactic reaction | Anaphylactic shock | Anaphylactic transfusion reaction | Anaphylactoid reaction | Anaphylactoid shock | Anaphylactoid syndrome of pregnancy | Angioedema | Angiopathic neuropathy | Ankylosing spondylitis | Anosmia | Antiacetylcholine receptor antibody positive | Anti-actin antibody positive | Anti-aquaporin-4 antibody positive | Anti-basal ganglia antibody positive | Anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide antibody positive | Anti-epithelial antibody positive | Anti-erythrocyte antibody positive | Anti-exosome complex antibody positive | AntiGAD antibody negative | Anti-GAD antibody positive | Anti-ganglioside antibody positive | Antigliadin antibody positive | Anti-glomerular basement membrane antibody positive | Anti-glomerular basement membrane disease | Anti-glycyl-tRNA synthetase antibody positive | Anti-HLA antibody test positive | Anti-IA2 antibody positive | Anti-insulin antibody increased | Anti-insulin antibody positive | Anti-insulin receptor antibody increased | Anti-insulin receptor antibody positive | Anti-interferon antibody negative | Anti-interferon antibody positive | Anti-islet cell antibody positive | Antimitochondrial antibody positive | Anti-muscle specific kinase antibody positive | Anti-myelin-associated glycoprotein antibodies positive | Anti-myelin-associated glycoprotein associated polyneuropathy | Antimyocardial antibody positive | Anti-neuronal antibody positive | Antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody increased | Antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody positive | Anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody positive vasculitis | Anti-NMDA antibody positive | Antinuclear antibody increased | Antinuclear antibody positive | Antiphospholipid antibodies positive | Antiphospholipid syndrome | Anti-platelet antibody positive | Anti-prothrombin antibody positive | Antiribosomal P antibody positive | Anti-RNA polymerase III antibody positive | Anti-saccharomyces cerevisiae antibody test positive | Anti-sperm antibody positive | Anti-SRP antibody positive | Antisynthetase syndrome | Anti-thyroid antibody positive | Anti-transglutaminase antibody increased | Anti-VGCC antibody positive | AntiVGKC antibody positive | Anti-vimentin antibody positive | Antiviral prophylaxis | Antiviral treatment | Anti-zinc transporter 8 antibody positive | Aortic embolus | Aortic thrombosis | Aortitis | Aplasia pure red cell | Aplastic anaemia | Application site thrombosis | Application site vasculitis | Arrhythmia | Arterial bypass occlusion | Arterial bypass thrombosis | Arterial thrombosis | Arteriovenous fistula thrombosis | Arteriovenous graft site stenosis | Arteriovenous graft thrombosis | Arteritis | Arteritis coronary | Arthralgia | Arthritis | Arthritis enteropathic | Ascites | Aseptic cavernous sinus thrombosis | Aspartate aminotransferase abnormal | Aspartate aminotransferase increased | Aspartate-glutamate-transporter deficiency | AST to platelet ratio index increased | AST/ALT ratio abnormal | Asthma | Asymptomatic COVID19 | Ataxia | Atheroembolism | Atonic seizures | Atrial thrombosis | Atrophic thyroiditis | Atypical benign partial epilepsy | Atypical pneumonia | Aura | Autoantibody positive | Autoimmune anaemia | Autoimmune aplastic anaemia | Autoimmune arthritis | Autoimmune blistering disease | Autoimmune cholangitis | Autoimmune colitis | Autoimmune demyelinating disease | Autoimmune dermatitis | Autoimmune disorder | Autoimmune encephalopathy | Autoimmune endocrine disorder | Autoimmune enteropathy | Autoimmune eye disorder | Autoimmune haemolytic anaemia | Autoimmune heparin-induced thrombocytopenia | Autoimmune hepatitis | Autoimmune hyperlipidaemia | Autoimmune hypothyroidism | Autoimmune inner ear disease | Autoimmune lung disease | Autoimmune lymphoproliferative syndrome | Autoimmune myocarditis | Autoimmune myositis | Autoimmune nephritis | Autoimmune neuropathy | Autoimmune neutropenia | Autoimmune pancreatitis | Autoimmune pancytopenia | Autoimmune pericarditis | Autoimmune retinopathy | Autoimmune thyroid disorder | Autoimmune thyroiditis | Autoimmune uveitis | Autoinflammation with infantile enterocolitis | Autoinflammatory disease | Automatism epileptic | Autonomic nervous system imbalance | Autonomic seizure | Axial spondyloarthritis | Axillary vein thrombosis | Axonal and demyelinating polyneuropathy | Axonal neuropathy | Bacterascites | Baltic myoclonic epilepsy | Band sensation | Basedow’s disease | Basilar artery thrombosis | Basophilopenia | B-cell aplasia | Behcet’s syndrome | Benign ethnic neutropenia | Benign familial neonatal convulsions | Benign familial pemphigus | Benign rolandic epilepsy | Beta-2 glycoprotein antibody positive | Bickerstaff’s encephalitis | Bile output abnormal | Bile output decreased | Biliary ascites | Bilirubin conjugated abnormal | Bilirubin conjugated increased | Bilirubin urine present | Biopsy liver abnormal | Biotinidase deficiency | Birdshot chorioretinopathy | Blood alkaline phosphatase abnormal | Blood alkaline phosphatase increased | Blood bilirubin abnormal | Blood bilirubin increased | Blood bilirubin unconjugated increased | Blood cholinesterase abnormal | Blood cholinesterase decreased | Blood pressure decreased | Blood pressure diastolic decreased | Blood pressure systolic decreased | Blue toe syndrome | Brachiocephalic vein thrombosis | Brain stem embolism | Brain stem thrombosis | Bromosulphthalein test abnormal | Bronchial oedema | Bronchitis | Bronchitis mycoplasmal | Bronchitis viral | Bronchopulmonary aspergillosis allergic | Bronchospasm | BuddChiari syndrome | Bulbar palsy | Butterfly rash | C1q nephropathy | Caesarean section | Calcium embolism | Capillaritis | Caplan’s syndrome | Cardiac amyloidosis | Cardiac arrest | Cardiac failure | Cardiac failure acute | Cardiac sarcoidosis | Cardiac ventricular thrombosis | Cardiogenic shock | Cardiolipin antibody positive | Cardiopulmonary failure | Cardio-respiratory arrest | Cardio-respiratory distress | Cardiovascular insufficiency | Carotid arterial embolus | Carotid artery thrombosis | Cataplexy | Catheter site thrombosis | Catheter site vasculitis | Cavernous sinus thrombosis | CDKL5 deficiency disorder | CEC syndrome | Cement embolism | Central nervous system lupus | Central nervous system vasculitis | Cerebellar artery thrombosis | Cerebellar embolism | Cerebral amyloid angiopathy | Cerebral arteritis | Cerebral artery embolism | Cerebral artery thrombosis | Cerebral gas embolism | Cerebral microembolism | Cerebral septic infarct | Cerebral thrombosis | Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis | Cerebral venous thrombosis | Cerebrospinal thrombotic tamponade | Cerebrovascular accident | Change in seizure presentation | Chest discomfort | ChildPugh-Turcotte score abnormal | Child-Pugh-Turcotte score increased | Chillblains | Choking | Choking sensation | Cholangitis sclerosing | Chronic autoimmune glomerulonephritis | Chronic cutaneous lupus erythematosus | Chronic fatigue syndrome | Chronic gastritis | Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy | Chronic lymphocytic inflammation with pontine perivascular enhancement responsive to steroids | Chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis | Chronic respiratory failure | Chronic spontaneous urticaria | Circulatory collapse | Circumoral oedema | Circumoral swelling | Clinically isolated syndrome | Clonic convulsion | Coeliac disease | Cogan’s syndrome | Cold agglutinins positive | Cold type haemolytic anaemia | Colitis | Colitis erosive | Colitis herpes | Colitis microscopic | Colitis ulcerative | Collagen disorder | Collagen-vascular disease | Complement factor abnormal | Complement factor C1 decreased | Complement factor C2 decreased | Complement factor C3 decreased | Complement factor C4 decreased | Complement factor decreased | Computerised tomogram liver abnormal | Concentric sclerosis | Congenital anomaly | Congenital bilateral perisylvian syndrome | Congenital herpes simplex infection | Congenital myasthenic syndrome | Congenital varicella infection | Congestive hepatopathy | Convulsion in childhood | Convulsions local | Convulsive threshold lowered | Coombs positive haemolytic anaemia | Coronary artery disease | Coronary artery embolism | Coronary artery thrombosis | Coronary bypass thrombosis | Coronavirus infection | Coronavirus test | Coronavirus test negative | Coronavirus test positive | Corpus callosotomy | Cough | Cough variant asthma | COVID-19 | COVID-19 immunisation | COVID-19 pneumonia | COVID-19 prophylaxis | COVID-19 treatment | Cranial nerve disorder | Cranial nerve palsies multiple | Cranial nerve paralysis | CREST syndrome | Crohn’s disease | Cryofibrinogenaemia | Cryoglobulinaemia | CSF oligoclonal band present | CSWS syndrome | Cutaneous amyloidosis | Cutaneous lupus erythematosus | Cutaneous sarcoidosis | Cutaneous vasculitis | Cyanosis | Cyclic neutropenia | Cystitis interstitial | Cytokine release syndrome | Cytokine storm | De novo purine synthesis inhibitors associated acute inflammatory syndrome | Death neonatal | Deep vein thrombosis | Deep vein thrombosis postoperative | Deficiency of bile secretion | Deja vu | Demyelinating polyneuropathy | Demyelination | Dermatitis | Dermatitis bullous | Dermatitis herpetiformis | Dermatomyositis | Device embolisation | Device related thrombosis | Diabetes mellitus | Diabetic ketoacidosis | Diabetic mastopathy | Dialysis amyloidosis | Dialysis membrane reaction | Diastolic hypotension | Diffuse vasculitis | Digital pitting scar | Disseminated intravascular coagulation | Disseminated intravascular coagulation in newborn | Disseminated neonatal herpes simplex | Disseminated varicella | Disseminated varicella zoster vaccine virus infection | Disseminated varicella zoster virus infection | DNA antibody positive | Double cortex syndrome | Double stranded DNA antibody positive | Dreamy state | Dressler’s syndrome | Drop attacks | Drug withdrawal convulsions | Dyspnoea | Early infantile epileptic encephalopathy with burst-suppression | Eclampsia | Eczema herpeticum | Embolia cutis medicamentosa | Embolic cerebellar infarction | Embolic cerebral infarction | Embolic pneumonia | Embolic stroke | Embolism | Embolism arterial | Embolism venous | Encephalitis | Encephalitis allergic | Encephalitis autoimmune | Encephalitis brain stem | Encephalitis haemorrhagic | Encephalitis periaxialis diffusa | Encephalitis post immunisation | Encephalomyelitis | Encephalopathy | Endocrine disorder | Endocrine ophthalmopathy | Endotracheal intubation | Enteritis | Enteritis leukopenic | Enterobacter pneumonia | Enterocolitis | Enteropathic spondylitis | Eosinopenia | Eosinophilic fasciitis | Eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis | Eosinophilic oesophagitis | Epidermolysis | Epilepsy | Epilepsy surgery | Epilepsy with myoclonic-atonic seizures | Epileptic aura | Epileptic psychosis | Erythema | Erythema induratum | Erythema multiforme | Erythema nodosum | Evans syndrome | Exanthema subitum | Expanded disability status scale score decreased | Expanded disability status scale score increased | Exposure to communicable disease | Exposure to SARS-CoV-2Eye oedema | Eye pruritus | Eye swelling | Eyelid oedema | Face oedema | Facial paralysis | Facial paresis | Faciobrachial dystonic seizure | Fat embolism | Febrile convulsion | Febrile infection-related epilepsy syndrome | Febrile neutropenia | Felty’s syndrome | Femoral artery embolism | Fibrillary glomerulonephritis | Fibromyalgia | Flushing | Foaming at mouth | Focal cortical resection | Focal dyscognitive seizures | Foetal distress syndrome | Foetal placental thrombosis | Foetor hepaticus | Foreign body embolism | Frontal lobe epilepsy | Fulminant type 1 diabetes mellitus | Galactose elimination capacity test abnormal | Galactose elimination capacity test decreased | Gamma-glutamyltransferase abnormal | Gamma-glutamyltransferase increased | Gastritis herpes | Gastrointestinal amyloidosis | Gelastic seizure | Generalised onset non-motor seizure | Generalised tonic-clonic seizure | Genital herpes | Genital herpes simplex | Genital herpes zoster | Giant cell arteritis | Glomerulonephritis | Glomerulonephritis membranoproliferative | Glomerulonephritis membranous | Glomerulonephritis rapidly progressive | Glossopharyngeal nerve paralysis | Glucose transporter type 1 deficiency syndrome | Glutamate dehydrogenase increased | Glycocholic acid increased | GM2 gangliosidosis | Goodpasture’s syndrome | Graft thrombosis | Granulocytopenia | Granulocytopenia neonatal | Granulomatosis with polyangiitis | Granulomatous dermatitis | Grey matter heterotopia | Guanase increased | Guillain Barre syndrome | Haemolytic anaemia | Haemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis | Haemorrhage | Haemorrhagic ascites | Haemorrhagic disorder | Haemorrhagic pneumonia | Haemorrhagic varicella syndrome | Haemorrhagic vasculitis | Hantavirus pulmonary infection | Hashimoto’s encephalopathy | Hashitoxicosis | Hemimegalencephaly | Henoch Schonlein purpura nephritis | Henoch-Schonlein purpura | Hepaplastin abnormal | Hepaplastin decreased | Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia | Hepatic amyloidosis | Hepatic artery embolism | Hepatic artery flow decreased | Hepatic artery thrombosis | Hepatic enzyme abnormal | Hepatic enzyme decreased | Hepatic enzyme increased | Hepatic fibrosis marker abnormal | Hepatic fibrosis marker increased | Hepatic function abnormal | Hepatic hydrothorax | Hepatic hypertrophy | Hepatic hypoperfusion | Hepatic lymphocytic infiltration | Hepatic mass | Hepatic pain | Hepatic sequestration | Hepatic vascular resistance increased | Hepatic vascular thrombosis | Hepatic vein embolism | Hepatic vein thrombosis | Hepatic venous pressure gradient abnormal | Hepatic venous pressure gradient increased | Hepatitis | Hepatobiliary scan abnormal | Hepatomegaly | Hepatosplenomegaly | Hereditary angioedema with C1 esterase inhibitor deficiency | Herpes dermatitis | Herpes gestationis | Herpes oesophagitis | Herpes ophthalmic | Herpes pharyngitis | Herpes sepsis | Herpes simplex | Herpes simplex cervicitis | Herpes simplex colitis | Herpes simplex encephalitis | Herpes simplex gastritis | Herpes simplex hepatitis | Herpes simplex meningitis | Herpes simplex meningoencephalitis | Herpes simplex meningomyelitis | Herpes simplex necrotising retinopathy | Herpes simplex oesophagitis | Herpes simplex otitis externa | Herpes simplex pharyngitis | Herpes simplex pneumonia | Herpes simplex reactivation | Herpes simplex sepsis | Herpes simplex viraemia | Herpes simplex virus conjunctivitis neonatal | Herpes simplex visceral | Herpes virus infection | Herpes zoster | Herpes zoster cutaneous disseminated | Herpes zoster infection neurological | Herpes zoster meningitis | Herpes zoster meningoencephalitis | Herpes zoster meningomyelitis | Herpes zoster meningoradiculitis | Herpes zoster necrotising retinopathy | Herpes zoster oticus | Herpes zoster pharyngitis | Herpes zoster reactivation | Herpetic radiculopathy | Histone antibody positive | Hoigne’s syndrome | Human herpesvirus 6 encephalitis | Human herpesvirus 6 infection | Human herpesvirus 6 infection reactivation | Human herpesvirus 7 infection | Human herpesvirus 8 infection | Hyperammonaemia | Hyperbilirubinaemia | Hypercholia | Hypergammaglobulinaemia benign monoclonal | Hyperglycaemic seizure | Hypersensitivity | Hypersensitivityvasculitis | Hyperthyroidism | Hypertransaminasaemia | Hyperventilation | Hypoalbuminaemia | Hypocalcaemic seizure | Hypogammaglobulinaemia | Hypoglossal nerve paralysis | Hypoglossal nerve paresis | Hypoglycaemic seizure | Hyponatraemic seizure | Hypotension | Hypotensive crisis | Hypothenar hammer syndrome | Hypothyroidism | Hypoxia | Idiopathic CD4 lymphocytopenia | Idiopathic generalised epilepsy | Idiopathic interstitial pneumonia | Idiopathic neutropenia | Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis | IgA nephropathy | IgM nephropathy | IIIrd nerve paralysis | IIIrd nerve paresis | Iliac artery embolism | Immune thrombocytopenia | Immunemediated adverse reaction | Immune-mediated cholangitis | Immune-mediated cholestasis | Immune-mediated cytopenia | Immune-mediated encephalitis | Immune-mediated encephalopathy | Immune-mediated endocrinopathy | Immune-mediated enterocolitis | Immunemediated gastritis | Immune-mediated hepatic disorder | Immune-mediated hepatitis | Immunemediated hyperthyroidism | Immune-mediated hypothyroidism | Immune-mediated myocarditis | Immune-mediated myositis | Immune-mediated nephritis | Immune-mediated neuropathy | Immune-mediated pancreatitis | Immune-mediated pneumonitis | Immune-mediated renal disorder | Immune-mediated thyroiditis | Immune-mediated uveitis | Immunoglobulin G4 related disease | Immunoglobulins abnormal | Implant site thrombosis | Inclusion body myositis | Infantile genetic agranulocytosis | Infantile spasms | Infected vasculitis | Infective thrombosis | Inflammation | Inflammatory bowel disease | Infusion site thrombosis | Infusion site vasculitis | Injection site thrombosis | Injection site urticaria | Injection site vasculitis | Instillation site thrombosis | Insulin autoimmune syndrome | Interstitial granulomatous dermatitis | Interstitial lung disease | Intracardiac mass | Intracardiac thrombus | Intracranial pressure increased | Intrapericardial thrombosis | Intrinsic factor antibody abnormal | Intrinsic factor antibody positive | IPEX syndrome | Irregular breathing | IRVAN syndrome | IVth nerve paralysis | IVth nerve paresis | JC polyomavirus test positive | JC virus CSF test positive | Jeavons syndrome | Jugular vein embolism | Jugular vein thrombosis | Juvenile idiopathic arthritis | Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy | Juvenile polymyositis | Juvenile psoriatic arthritis | Juvenile spondyloarthritis | Kaposi sarcoma inflammatory cytokine syndrome | Kawasaki’s disease | Kayser-Fleischer ring | Keratoderma blenorrhagica | Ketosisprone diabetes mellitus | Kounis syndrome | Lafora’s myoclonic epilepsy | Lambl’s excrescences | Laryngeal dyspnoea | Laryngeal oedema | Laryngeal rheumatoid arthritis | Laryngospasm | Laryngotracheal oedema | Latent autoimmune diabetes in adults | LE cells present | Lemierre syndrome | Lennox-Gastaut syndrome | Leucine aminopeptidase increased | Leukoencephalomyelitis | Leukoencephalopathy | Leukopenia | Leukopenia neonatal | Lewis-Sumner syndrome | Lhermitte’s sign | Lichen planopilaris | Lichen planus | Lichen sclerosus | Limbic encephalitis | Linear IgA disease | Lip oedema | Lip swelling | Liver function test abnormal | Liver function test decreased | Liver function test increased | Liver induration | Liver injury | Liver iron concentration abnormal | Liver iron concentration increased | Liver opacity | Liver palpable | Liver sarcoidosis | Liver scan abnormal | Liver tenderness | Low birth weight baby | Lower respiratory tract herpes infection | Lower respiratory tract infection | Lower respiratory tract infection viral | Lung abscess | Lupoid hepatic cirrhosis | Lupus cystitis | Lupus encephalitis | Lupus endocarditis | Lupus enteritis | Lupus hepatitis | Lupus myocarditis | Lupus myositis | Lupus nephritis | Lupus pancreatitis | Lupus pleurisy | Lupus pneumonitis | Lupus vasculitis | Lupus-like syndrome | Lymphocytic hypophysitis | Lymphocytopenia neonatal | Lymphopenia | MAGIC syndrome | Magnetic resonance imaging liver abnormal | Magnetic resonance proton density fat fraction measurement | Mahler sign | Manufacturing laboratory analytical testing issue | Manufacturing materials issue | Manufacturing production issue | Marburg’s variant multiple sclerosis | Marchiafava-Bignami disease | Marine Lenhart syndrome | Mastocytic enterocolitis | Maternal exposure during pregnancy | Medical device site thrombosis | Medical device site vasculitis | MELAS syndrome | Meningitis | Meningitis aseptic | Meningitis herpes | Meningoencephalitis herpes simplex neonatal | Meningoencephalitis herpetic | Meningomyelitis herpes | MERS-CoV test | MERS-CoV test negative | MERS-CoV test positive | Mesangioproliferative glomerulonephritis | Mesenteric artery embolism | Mesenteric artery thrombosis | Mesenteric vein thrombosis | Metapneumovirus infection | Metastatic cutaneous Crohn’s disease | Metastatic pulmonary embolism | Microangiopathy | Microembolism | Microscopic polyangiitis | Middle East respiratory syndrome | Migraine-triggered seizure | Miliary pneumonia | Miller Fisher syndrome | Mitochondrial aspartate aminotransferase increased | Mixed connective tissue disease | Model for end stage liver disease score abnormal | Model for end stage liver disease score increased | Molar ratio of total branched-chain amino acid to tyrosine | Molybdenum cofactor deficiency | Monocytopenia | Mononeuritis | Mononeuropathy multiplex | Morphoea | Morvan syndrome | Mouth swelling | Moyamoya disease | Multifocal motor neuropathy | Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome | Multiple sclerosis | Multiple sclerosis relapse | Multiple sclerosis relapse prophylaxis | Multiple subpial transection | Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children | Muscular sarcoidosis | Myasthenia gravis | Myasthenia gravis crisis | Myasthenia gravis neonatal | Myasthenic syndrome | Myelitis | Myelitis transverse | Myocardial infarction | Myocarditis | Myocarditis post infection | Myoclonic epilepsy | Myoclonic epilepsy and ragged-red fibres | Myokymia | Myositis | Narcolepsy | Nasal herpes | Nasal obstruction | Necrotising herpetic retinopathy | Neonatal Crohn’s disease | Neonatal epileptic seizure | Neonatal lupus erythematosus | Neonatal mucocutaneous herpes simplex | Neonatal pneumonia | Neonatal seizure | Nephritis | Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis | Neuralgic amyotrophy | Neuritis | Neuritis cranial | Neuromyelitis optica pseudo relapse | Neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder | Neuromyotonia | Neuronal neuropathy | neuropathy | Neuropathy peripheral | Neuropathy, ataxia, retinitis pigmentosa syndrome | Neuropsychiatric lupus | Neurosarcoidosis | Neutropenia | Neutropenia neonatal | Neutropenic colitis | Neutropenic infection | Neutropenic sepsis | Nodular rash | Nodular vasculitis | Noninfectious myelitis | Noninfective encephalitis | Noninfective encephalomyelitis | Noninfective oophoritis | Obstetrical pulmonary embolism | Occupational exposure to communicable disease | Occupational exposure to SARS-CoV-2 | Ocular hyperaemia | Ocular myasthenia | Ocular pemphigoid | Ocular sarcoidosis | Ocular vasculitis | Oculofacial paralysis | Oedema due to hepatic disease | Oedema mouth | OedemaOedema blister | Oesophageal achalasia | Ophthalmic artery thrombosis | Ophthalmic herpes simplex | Ophthalmic herpes zoster | Ophthalmic vein thrombosis | Optic neuritis | Optic perineuritis | Oral herpes | Oral lichen planus | Oropharyngeal oedema | Oropharyngeal spasm | Oropharyngeal swelling | Osmotic demyelination syndrome | Ovarian vein thrombosis | Overlap syndrome | Paediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infection | Paget-Schroetter syndrome | Palindromic rheumatism | Palisaded neutrophilic granulomatous dermatitis | Palmoplantar keratoderma | Palpable purpura | Pancreatitis | Panencephalitis | Papillophlebitis | Paracancerous pneumonia | Paradoxical embolism | Parainfluenzae viral laryngotracheobronchitis | Paraneoplastic dermatomyositis | Paraneoplastic pemphigus | Paraneoplastic thrombosis | Paresis cranial nerve | Parietal cell antibody positive | Paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria | Partial seizures | Partial seizures with secondary generalisation | Patient isolation | Pelvic venous thrombosis | Pemphigoid | Pemphigus | Penile vein thrombosis | Pericarditis | Pericarditis lupus | Perihepatic discomfort | Periorbital oedema | Periorbital swelling | Peripheral artery thrombosis | Peripheral embolism | Peripheral ischaemia | Peripheral vein thrombus extension | Periportal oedema | Peritoneal fluid protein abnormal | Peritoneal fluid protein decreased | Peritoneal fluid protein increased | Peritonitis lupus | Pernicious anaemia | Petit mal epilepsy | Pharyngeal oedema | Pharyngeal swelling | Pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta | Placenta praevia | Pleuroparenchymal fibroelastosis | Pneumobilia | Pneumonia | Pneumonia adenoviral | Pneumonia cytomegaloviral | Pneumonia herpes viral | Pneumonia influenzal | Pneumonia measles | Pneumonia mycoplasmal | Pneumonia necrotising | Pneumonia parainfluenzae viral | Pneumonia respiratory syncytial viral | Pneumonia viral | POEMS syndrome | Polyarteritis nodosa | Polyarthritis | Polychondritis | Polyglandular autoimmune syndrome type I | Polyglandular autoimmune syndrome type II | Polyglandular autoimmune syndrome type III | Polyglandular disorder | Polymicrogyria | Polymyalgia rheumatica | Polymyositis | Polyneuropathy | Polyneuropathy idiopathic progressive | Portal pyaemia | Portal vein embolism | Portal vein flow decreased | Portal vein pressure increased | Portal vein thrombosis | Portosplenomesenteric venous thrombosis | Post procedural hypotension | Post procedural pneumonia | Post procedural pulmonary embolism | Post stroke epilepsy | Post stroke seizure | Post thrombotic retinopathy | Post thrombotic syndrome | Post viral fatigue syndrome | Postictal headache | Postictal paralysis | Postictal psychosis | Postictal state | Postoperative respiratory distress | Postoperative respiratory failure | Postoperative thrombosis | Postpartum thrombosis | Postpartum venous thrombosis | Postpericardiotomy syndrome | Post-traumatic epilepsy | Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome | Precerebral artery thrombosis | Pre-eclampsia | Preictal state | Premature labour | Premature menopause | Primary amyloidosis | Primary biliary cholangitis | Primary progressive multiple sclerosis | Procedural shock | Proctitis herpes | Proctitis ulcerative | Product availability issue | Product distribution issue | Product supply issue | Progressive facial hemiatrophy | Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy | Progressive multiple sclerosis | Progressive relapsing multiple sclerosis | Prosthetic cardiac valve thrombosis | Pruritus | Pruritus allergic | Pseudovasculitis | Psoriasis | Psoriatic arthropathy | Pulmonary amyloidosis | Pulmonary artery thrombosis | Pulmonary embolism | Pulmonary fibrosis | Pulmonary haemorrhage | Pulmonary microemboli | Pulmonary oil microembolism | Pulmonary renal syndrome | Pulmonary sarcoidosis | Pulmonary sepsis | Pulmonary thrombosis | Pulmonary tumour thrombotic microangiopathy | Pulmonary vasculitis | Pulmonary veno-occlusive disease | Pulmonary venous thrombosis | Pyoderma gangrenosum | Pyostomatitis vegetans | Pyrexia | Quarantine | Radiation leukopenia | Radiculitis | Radiologically isolated syndrome | Rash | Rash erythematous | Rash pruritic | Rasmussen encephalitis | Raynaud’s phenomenon | Reactive capillary endothelial proliferation | Relapsing multiple sclerosis | Relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis | Renal amyloidosis | Renal arteritis | Renal artery thrombosis | Renal embolism | Renal failure | Renal vascular thrombosis | Renal vasculitis | Renal vein embolism | Renal vein thrombosis | Respiratory arrest | Respiratory disorder | Respiratory distress | Respiratory failure | Respiratory paralysis | Respiratory syncytial virus bronchiolitis | Respiratory syncytial virus bronchitis | Retinal artery embolism | Retinal artery occlusion | Retinal artery thrombosis | Retinal vascular thrombosis | Retinal vasculitis | Retinal vein occlusion | Retinal vein thrombosis | Retinol binding protein decreased | Retinopathy | Retrograde portal vein flow | Retroperitoneal fibrosis | Reversible airways obstruction | Reynold’s syndrome | Rheumatic brain disease | Rheumatic disorder | Rheumatoid arthritis | Rheumatoid factor increased | Rheumatoid factor positive | Rheumatoid factor quantitative increased | Rheumatoid lung | Rheumatoid neutrophilic dermatosis | Rheumatoid nodule | Rheumatoid nodule removal | Rheumatoid scleritis | Rheumatoid vasculitis | Saccadic eye movement | SAPHO syndrome | Sarcoidosis | SARS-CoV-1 test | SARS-CoV-1 test negative | SARS-CoV-1 test positive | SARS-CoV-2 antibody test | SARS-CoV-2 antibody test negative | SARS-CoV-2 antibody test positive | SARS-CoV-2 carrier | SARS-CoV-2 sepsis | SARS-CoV-2 test | SARSCoV-2 test false negative | SARS-CoV-2 test false positive | SARS-CoV-2 test negative | SARSCoV-2 test positive | SARS-CoV-2 viraemia | Satoyoshi syndrome | Schizencephaly | Scleritis | Sclerodactylia | Scleroderma | Scleroderma associated digital ulcer | Scleroderma renal crisis | Scleroderma-like reaction | Secondary amyloidosis | Secondary cerebellar degeneration | Secondary progressive multiple sclerosis | Segmented hyalinising vasculitis | Seizure cluster | Seizure like phenomena | Seizure prophylaxis | SeizureSeizure anoxic | Sensation of foreign body | Septic embolus | Septic pulmonary embolism | Severe acute respiratory syndrome | Severe myoclonic epilepsy of infancy | ShockShock symptom | Shrinking lung syndrome | Shunt thrombosis | Silent thyroiditis | Simple partial seizures | Sjogren’s syndrome | Skin swelling | SLE arthritis | Smooth muscle antibody positive | Sneezing | Spinal artery embolism| | Spinal artery thrombosis | Splenic artery thrombosis | Splenic embolism | Splenic thrombosis | Splenic vein thrombosis | Spondylitis | Spondyloarthropathy | Spontaneous heparin-induced thrombocytopenia syndrome | Status epilepticus | Stevens-Johnson syndrome | Stiff leg syndrome | Stiff person syndrome | Stillbirth | Still’s disease | Stoma site thrombosis | Stoma site vasculitis | Stress cardiomyopathy | Stridor | Subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus | Subacute endocarditis | Subacute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy | Subclavian artery embolism | Subclavian artery thrombosis | Subclavian vein thrombosis | Sudden unexplained death in epilepsy | Superior sagittal sinus thrombosis | Susac’s syndrome | Suspected COVID19 | Swelling | Swelling face | Swelling of eyelid | Swollen tongue | Sympathetic ophthalmia | Systemic lupus erythematosus | Systemic lupus erythematosus disease activity index abnormal | Systemic lupus erythematosus disease activity index decreased | Systemic lupus erythematosus disease activity index increased | Systemic lupus erythematosus rash | Systemic scleroderma | Systemic sclerosis pulmonary | Tachycardia | Tachypnoea | Takayasu’s arteritis | Temporal lobe epilepsy | Terminal ileitis | Testicular autoimmunity | Throat tightness | Thromboangiitis obliterans | Thrombocytopenia | Thrombocytopenic purpura | Thrombophlebitis | Thrombophlebitis migrans | Thrombophlebitis neonatal | Thrombophlebitis septic | Thrombophlebitis superficial | Thromboplastin antibody positive | Thrombosis | Thrombosis corpora cavernosa | Thrombosis in device | Thrombosis mesenteric vessel | Thrombotic cerebral infarction | Thrombotic microangiopathy | Thrombotic stroke | Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura | Thyroid disorder | Thyroid stimulating immunoglobulin increased | Thyroiditis | Tongue amyloidosis | Tongue biting | Tongue oedema | Tonic clonic movements | Tonic convulsion | Tonic posturing | Topectomy | Total bile acids increased | Toxic epidermal necrolysis | Toxic leukoencephalopathy | Toxic oil syndrome | Tracheal obstruction | Tracheal oedema | Tracheobronchitis | Tracheobronchitis mycoplasmal | Tracheobronchitis viral | Transaminases abnormal | Transaminases increased | Transfusion-related alloimmune neutropenia | Transient epileptic amnesia | Transverse sinus thrombosis | Trigeminal nerve paresis | Trigeminal neuralgia | Trigeminal palsy | Truncus coeliacus thrombosis | Tuberous sclerosis complex | Tubulointerstitial nephritis and uveitis syndrome | Tumefactive multiple sclerosis | Tumour embolism | Tumour thrombosis | Type 1 diabetes mellitus | Type I hypersensitivity | Type III immune complex mediated reaction | Uhthoff’s phenomenon | Ulcerative keratitis | Ultrasound liver abnormal | Umbilical cord thrombosis | Uncinate fits | Undifferentiated connective tissue disease | Upper airway obstruction | Urine bilirubin increased | Urobilinogen urine decreased | Urobilinogen urine increased | Urticarial vasculitis | UrticariaUrticaria papular | Uterine rupture | Uveitis | Vaccination site thrombosis | Vaccination site vasculitis | Vagus nerve paralysis | Varicella | Varicella keratitis | Varicella post vaccine | Varicella zoster gastritis | Varicella zoster oesophagitis | Varicella zoster pneumonia | Varicella zoster sepsis | Varicella zoster virus infection | Vasa praevia | Vascular graft thrombosis | Vascular pseudoaneurysm thrombosis | Vascular purpura | Vascular stent thrombosis | Vasculitic rash | Vasculitic ulcer | Vasculitis | Vasculitis gastrointestinal | Vasculitis necrotising | Vena cava embolism | Vena cava thrombosis | Venous intravasation | Venous recanalisation | Venous thrombosis | Venous thrombosis in pregnancy | Venous thrombosis limb | Venous thrombosis neonatal | Vertebral artery thrombosis | Vessel puncture site thrombosis | Visceral venous thrombosis | VIth nerve paralysis | VIth nerve paresis | Vitiligo | Vocal cord paralysis | Vocal cord paresis | Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease | Warm type haemolytic anaemia | Wheezing | White nipple sign | XIth nerve paralysis | X-ray hepatobiliary abnormal | Young’s syndrome”
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Stop Forced Vaccination For Hospital Staff & Save public from Understaffing
Please help save the jobs of un-vaccinated healthcare workers of St. Joseph's Healthcare in Hamilton who are threatened with job termination as of April 7, 2022.
Vaccine Adverse Event Report For University College Students Lawsuit
Take Action Canada has initiated a legal action against all post-secondary school institutions across the country.
STOP Vaccine Mandate! Let Our Children Play Their Sports
Call Premier Fords Office Now!
Call in and register your complaint with the premiers office TODAY! Mandatory VAX policy is NOT Mandatory VACCINATION! Let our children PLAY 416-325-1941
Kids Hockey Legal Action (Ontario Only)
"Children's Health Defense Canada and Take Action Canada are organizing legal action in Ontario against the Ministry of Health and the hockey organizations to challenge the unlawful and unethical mandates in youth hockey. This will be a multi-plaintiff action in Superior Court. Please note that children will not be named in the application but their plaintiff guardians.
Class Action Against School Boards & Ont. Gov
Interested in joining a class action against School Boards and the Gov. of Ontario for their move to Mask Kids and inject themwith a medicine that has not passed clinical trials.
Petition To The Cnd. Government To Stop Vaccinating Our Children
Suspend the use of the experimental Covid injections in pregnant women, children, youth, and people of child bearing age.
ACTION4CANADA Serve your employer today!
Employers, whether medical or not, are unlawfully practicing medicine by prescribing, recommending, and/or using coercion to insist employees submit to the experimental medical treatment
We say NO to the "New Normal" for children
Over the last 18 months, children have been made to carry the weight of the world and have been forced to endure completely unnecessary restrictions and abuse. Collectively, we say NO.
LOCAL EVENTS WHERE YOU CAN TAKE ACTION
Find out about local events you can support. These include Rallies, Marches, Protests and other local events designed to resist the massive restrictions on our freedoms.
Are you a Whistleblower Click here!
If you work in government, healthcare, nursing homes, pharma, academia, pharmacy or any other agency or industry and prepared to become a whistleblower, we want to hear from you.
Letter for Business thinking of Discriminating based on Vaccines
Here is a letter for businesses thinking of discriminating against customers based on their vaccination status. This is medical Apartheid! Don't let it happen.
Immediate action required
Early Treatment Options for Colds and Flu's and Coronas
Lodge a misconduct complaint Against Doris Grinspun of Nurses Ass.
When asked how she would manage a PPC voting /anti-vax neighbour Doris Grinspun recommended putting a “strong dose” of Dulcolax in “yummy” empanadas.Time To Hold Doris Grinspun Accountable for Destroying Your Trust in Nurses.
Open Up Canada and Stay Open!
Educate, empower and support Canadian business to lawfully open and stay open during lockdowns.
Open Up Canada is a Take Action Canada initiative focused on businesses deemed to be non-essential in Canada. We will assist by providing resources, tools, training and support to empower business owners to stay open.
Cnd. doctors speak out against College of Physicians
Ontario’s College of Physicians and Surgeons has forbidden doctors from questioning or debating all official measures imposed during COVID. Support Physicians For Science & Truth
College of Physicians Bans Doctors From Speaking
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario explicitly stated that it is the professional responsibility of all physicians not to communicate anti-vaccine, anti-masking, anti-distancing, and anti-lockdown statements and/or promote unsupported, “unproven” treatments for COVID-19.
The World Council for Health
The World Council for Health is a non-profit organization for the people, that is informed and funded by the people. They are dedicated to safeguarding human rights and free will while empowering people to take control of their health and well being.
U of Guelph Colleagues Trying To Silence Dr. Byram Bridle
While the University of Guelph supports him, a number of Professor Bridle’s academic colleagues are trying to silence Professor Bridle's questions and concerns regarding the safety of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines. To get your guide Click Here
Take action AGAINST OUR MEDICAL OFFICERS & Politicians
10 Reason Why We Don't Trust You
In these past two years, I’ve seen you for what you are: simply unworthy of any trust. Here are just ten reasons why I don’t trust you (I could easily name ten more – heck, I’ll do just that later
Tell Bonnie Henry to STOP!
Thousands of Canadians are visiting a new website designed to coordinate a polite but firm response to Dr. Henry's unreasonable and unconstitutional health orders. Have your say and speak out ! The site outlines 6 Key Demands aimed at pushing back against the Covid Tyranny.
File Complaints against chief officers of health
Time for us to take matters into our own hands and file official complaints with the college that regulates our chief medical officers of health.
Bonnie Henry (BC), Deena Hinshaw (AB), Dr. Barbar Yaffe (ON), Dr. David Williams (ON)
File a Complaint with the CPSO against Dr. De Villa
File an official complaint with the college that regulates Toronto's Chief Medical Officer of health. Tell the college that you have had enough of the lies, lack of evidence and utter incompetence.
File a Complaint with the CPSO regarding Doctor Tam
It's now time for us to take matters into our own hands and file official complaints with the college that regulates our chief medical officer of health.
lift the lockdown & Fire Ford by Roman Baber
Remove Trudeau & End the Lockdowns
The citizens of Canada, call upon the Governor General of Canada and House of Commons to dissolve Parliament, call a Federal Election and that Justin Trudeau step down as Prime Minister.
TAKE ACTION FOR OUR CHILDREN
Petition to Re-open Ontario Schools for In Class Learning
As a result of the lockdown and closure of public school our children are now experiencing an unprecedented amount of anxiety, social isolation & depression which has resulted in a 300% increase in serious suicide attempts.
Petition To Stop The Vaccination Of Our Children
To date, less than 20 children have died from Covid RELATED deaths in Canada. However, in just 2 months there have been 1026 cases of myocarditis in kids aged 0-25 and 88 Heart Attacks in children 0-24 in the USA from the Vaccine.
Universities Are Pressuring Kids To Vaccinate - Help Us Stop Them!
Some universities and colleges across Canada have decided to not respect students’ rights and autonomy and have mandated a COVID-19 injection as a condition to live on campus or attend in-person classes this September.
PROTECT OUR KIDS,
Students are at nearly zero percent risk of contracting or transmitting Covid-19 and have a 99.997% survival rate. There is a 31% increase in youth requiring mental health related hospitalizations.
Parents must take a stand
Unmask our children in BC schools
Parents of British Columbia: We oppose this mandate for all children in grades 4 through 12 and, will never support any further measures to extend masking to the lower grades, Kindergarten through grade 3.
WRITE & SUPPORT YOUR POLITICIANS HERE
Petitions By Randy Hillier
Randy Hillier has been fighting the negative impacts of the lockdown virtually since it's inceptions. He has up to 10 petitions you can sign which include things like: End mandatory masks, reopen schools and end the lockdown.
Stand with mp david sweet & Lift the lockdown
Ontario Conservative Member of Parliament David Sweet has joined Roman Baber and publicly come out in favour of ending the province’s lockdown measures.
Charlie Angus Petition For Health In Seniors Homes
The Premier of Ontario has failed to mandate necessary measures to protect these vulnerable citizens, both the residents and the staff of LTC. Help Charlie Angus bring health into Long Term Care homes.
STAND WITH OUR DOCTORS & SCIENTISTS & Support Your Health Freedoms
Support your Concerned Ontario doctors
Watch the latest Covid Summit from concerned doctors on: The harms of lockdown, the dangers of censorship and the path forward. While there also please sign The Great Barrington Declaration
STAND WITH SCIENTISTS & DOCTORS
There are a growing number of Doctors and Scientists who are risking their licenses and careers to speak out about inconsistencies in government policy and the science surrounding Covid.
Get Advice from Physicians For Informed Consent
Physicians for Informed Consent deliver data on infectious diseases & vaccines, and unite doctors, scientists, healthcare professionals, attorneys, and families who support voluntary vaccination.
Medical evidence for Covid-19 policies
The Canada Health Alliance is a group of medical doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals in Canada who want to halt the misuse of power by the political health “experts” that are destroying society & health.
Canadian frontline nurses initiative
The Canadian Frontline nurses have been very active and standing up for the rights of nurses, seniors and taking legal action. Please click the link below to go to the frontline nurses webpage and then support through clicking on initiatives.
Investigation of CDC’s conduct during COVID-19.
Stand for Health Freedom revealed that our ongoing state of emergency has been largely fueled by bad data that has been compromised at the hands of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Great Barrington Declaration
As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies, and recommend an approach we call Focused Protection.
KNOW YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS HERE
Call To Action Letter To Ontario Police
Legal resource packages
Offers resources such as: Notice of Liability/Common Law Actions, Small Business Initiative & Support Package & Save Our Seniors Actions. Visit the home page for legal packages and then go the website and click on Action Initiatives
Legal services Through The Justice centre
Justice Centre’s services to the public are provided free of charge.They deal primarily with cases that involve the violation of our freedoms to move, travel, assemble, associate & worship, human rights cases & with the conduct of governmental bodies.
Class Action Lawsuits by Elders without borders
Join or support Class Action Lawsuits for the following: Standing tall for our children suffering harm due to covid mandates in schools & Fighting for frontline freedoms & nurses who are being silenced.
Dealing with Police and By-Law Officers
If you come into contact with the police or by-law enforcement, see this page to give you some tools and resources. Resources include Public Servant Questionnaires, Guides to Dealing with Police and Tickets YOU can issue.
Canada: The Covid Police State. Great video Explains All
DONATE TO DEFEND
The Constitutional Rights Centre's sole mission and aims are the protection, defence, enforcement, and enhancement of constitutional rights, the Constitution, and the Rule of Law.
KNOW YOUR VACCINE RIGHTS
#JustSayNo To Vaccines Campaign by Chris sky
Covid Activist & Influencer Chris Sky's campaign to alert people to #justsayno to the covid vaccine has gone viral. And guess what? It's so viral, censorship organization instagram is constantly removing it. Here is the link to instagram, but if the video's gone go to youtube.
Death By Covid VS. Death By Vaccine Following The Data
Death By Covid Verses Death By Disease: Follow The Data
Written by Take Action Canada's very own in house journalist Frank Travers.
No Mandatory vaccines for canadian students
The prospect that politicians in Ontario are laying the groundwork for a potential vaccination requirement for students to go to school in-person, presents a new threat to families' individual freedoms.
FIND OUT ABOUT Vaccine Injury Compensation
Every year hundreds of Canadians are accidentally injured or even killed by government recommended vaccines. Find out why Canadians can't get compensation for injuries through a court of law and more!
everything you need to know about Covid & the Vaccine
Be informed before making any decisions around your health. No Jab For Me summarizes the history of 'Business of Covid' along with providing much needed information so you can make an informed decision.
Medical and Travel
Let your lawmakers know that requiring Canadians to produce documentation that they’ve been inoculated with an experimental vaccine in order to freely travel internationally is illogical and unethical.
All about Masks & Mask Mandates
Basic Information about Masking
There is some evidence that professionally fitted N95 respirators worn by trained professionals for short periods can reduce the transmission of respiratory illness. There is no evidence that cloth, surgical or N95 masks worn by members of the general public, let alone children, have any significant benefit.
END LOCKDOWNS AND RE-OPEN CANADA
Legislative Petition To Lift Lock down
Lockdowns are deadly. Grassroots Canadians, coming together to advocate against lockdowns.
WE, the undersigned, petition the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as follows:That the Government of Ontario immediately Lift the Lockdown!
PROFESSIONALS AGAINST LOCKDOWNS
Professionals Against Lockdowns aims to combat draconian lockdown measures by providing clear, evidence-based, scientific research that will educate the public and create an ethical response to COVID-19.
SUPPORT No More
The cure is now worse than the the disease. Support everyday people with families, jobs and no agenda except preventing the destruction of more lives. No More Lockdowns has a variety of PETITIONS you can sign
Rise Up And support local churches
Rise up and support your local Churches.
Our faith and communities are under assault, we cannot stand by and let what happened in Edmonton go unchallenged.
Oppose Oppressive Lockdowns Today
Contact Your Mp / MPP Today. The lockdown orders are causing massive disruption to the vast majority of Ontarians' livelihoods, social interactions with others, and physical and mental health.
SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MEDIA & TAKE ACTION AGAINST CANCEL CULTURE & INTERNET CENSORSHIP
act against Social Media that censors & Cancels
Go to the Google Play Store / Apple apps and give a 1 star review for Twitter, Facebook and Instagram citing that they discriminate and censor. After enough bad reviews the stores will automatically delete the apps. Click to see Facebook Whistleblowers Expose LEAKED INTERNAL DOCS
Find Censorship free platforms here
Tired of posting something on social media only to get canceled from Youtube, Facebook or Twitter for an innocuous comment or opinion. Learn more about apps and platforms that won't censor you.
No media bailout Mr. Trudeau
Justin Trudeau, An independent media is critical to our democracy and making Canadian media dependent on government handouts undermines that independence.
Oppose The Cancel culture and fight back
Unsilenced Majority is an organization opposed to cancel culture in all forms. We strongly believe that corporate censorship, thought-policing and politically motivated blacklists and boycotts are having a corrosive effect on our country and will ultimately lead to a less free world.