You’re a part of the The COVID-19 experiment according to Susan Standfield

In this episode, Constitutional Lawyer Leighton Grey and Susan Standfield have a conversation about the COVID-19 pandemic and how she came to be an activist and author, her stance on the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, and how to break free from “The Matrix” that is mass psychosis.

Susan Standfield grew up in 1970’s Vancouver in a neighborhood called Shaughnessy where my father also grew up in the 1940s just five blocks away. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University at Kingston, and has lived and worked all over Africa on a variety of projects. Susan started the NO MORE LOCKDOWNS marches in Vancouver and has since gone on to advocate for more accurate coverage of the actions government and pharmaceutical companies have taken during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Grey & Standfield share a conversation about the history Susan has been a part of in Africa, the role she has played in advocating for informed consent during the COVID-19 pandemic, and they cover some insights shared in her book “Betrayed”.

This Episodes Recommended Reading:

Betrayed – Susan Standfield

An Introduction to the International Criminal Court – William A. Schabas

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