Spread the word far and wide.

We have launched a campaign to inform the public  with information questioning the official narrative of the “pandemic.”

PLEASE NOTE: FB  has removed the campaign group today (3.8.20) This website will soon have a constructed forum in which to run the campaign and communicate with others.Here is a temporary discord server which allows us to communicate about the campaign whilst a forum is set up for this on my website.You do not need an account! Just click and you are in and you can talk to me and each other: Share please. https://discord.gg/EwJqYe7

How it works:
Firstly,the campaign will be run jointly on this website and on the FB group page. You can download various leaflets and posters from the FB ‘files’ section; print your own at home, send to printers for larger batches or request that we send you some from the campaigns own printed supply.
Both platforms will be used to show all contributions and costs and distributors, sponsors and campaign creators are urgently  needed to share  in every community.  (Please tell us if you’d like to be kept anonymous from these updates)

We have to be realistic, whilst the UK is getting primed for a ‘second wave’ and further lockdowns and restrictions by late summer Sept/Oct, we have a window of opportunity to enable us to inform our communities of facts that they may not be aware of, to make an informed decision on the authenticity of the claims being made by officials.

We encourage people to start their own more localised campaigns to spread the work load and to help bring maximum awareness, there is only a limited  amount of people that we can reach in the next few months, the job to inform is huge and needs your help. This is not someone else’s problem, this is something that will impact your life and that of your loved ones in a negative and devastating way if we do not take action.

For this reason the campaign is relying on many people downloading the link and printing their own leaflets to share or having access to a decently priced online printer which we believe we have found with Nectarine printers. https://www.nectarineprint.com/

They will print 5000 leaflets for £72. The larger orders get a better deal.

The World Health Organisation, Gates Foundation and other players are behind a disinformation campaign. It is imperative that concerned citizens are willing to counter-act the false information and share facts with their community.
The leaflet campaign  has enabled us to produce leaflets for those who may not have the ability or means to create their own leaflets.
We urge those who have the means to print the leaflet themselves, to do so as this is a time for us all to take responsibility for our future and that of our children and grandchildren.
It is clear that those who we need to reach are members of the public who are sceptical yet unaware of all the facts.
We can send leaflets for FREE to those with no funds or no means of getting any printed, via the generous donations of others, you can help with these donations by using this email address via paypal.

Factsnotfear@activist.com

A small contribution will cover the cost of printing and posting. If you can afford to put a bit more in then this will help to cover the free leaflets. Everything is transparent and public and carried out by trusted individuals with a track record for campaigns such as this.

This website has a 5G Mass Action Campaign running which has been up and running since March 2018, all details and contributions can be found within this site and it is openly visible on the FB group also.

The link to the FB group for CV Facts Not Fear : http://www.facebook.com/groups/2626568380915131

A link to the printable leaflets: https://www.vigiliae.org/coronavirus-leaflets-for-download/

What can you do?

Share links with others, start your own campaign using our leaflets and online printers, sponsor leaflets, be part of a distribution network to get more leaflets out to the public, inform as many people of the campaign as possible, be willing to go out into the community with leaflets.

If you are not comfortable talking to the public, it has been suggested that you could put them in libraries which recently re-opened (even if only as a skeleton service) + cafes, pubs and other businesses and anywhere with public noticeboards/display areas for leaflets,  and of course we can also hand them to people directly (after first asking if they’d be interested to find out what the government and corporate controlled msm aren’t telling them.

We hope that others see the urgency of the campaign and act accordingly, YOU are the person you have been waiting for.If you want some flyers to hand out please contact the FB page or email this website.To give you an idea of how much a batch of 300 costs to print and package and post its around £8

The following are fully referenced facts about Covid-19, provided by experts in the field, to help our readers make a realistic risk assessment. (Regular updateshttps://swprs.org/a-swiss-doctor-on-covid-19/?fbclid=IwAR0aKExh934IgDBoOa6m2GcwewjGnsFDOk-lCmzniHsDIflFV9Khf81u2Xo

These are the links that have been shown on the leaflet for further info: www.tinyurl.com/challengingthenarrative

www.tinyur.com/bigpharmaplayers

www.tinyurl.com/factsnotfearleaflet

www.tinyurl.com/campaignfacebookpage

 

CV Facts Not Fear Campaign advertised on David Icke website. https://davidicke.com/2020/07/11/cv19-the-facts-not-fear-campaign/?fbclid=IwAR21GcBBW77mBesoFKuGfpnq2nsjLzqFgaLQT40J6tQlWAZezOAZf1wO9UE

 

Updates from the campaign: 

Campaign begins 4th July 2020.

So far we’ve received very generous contributions from the following people:£50 from Tasha Krett £40 from Nic Treadwell  £10 from Dave Dewhurst   £25 from Karen Georgeson  £5 from J C Silvester £5 from Lee Stead £10 from Andy Collier Total in the fund is £145

Another £5 from Andy Collier £20 from Steven Stephen Phillips £20 from Judith Crawford £50 from Kath Holdsworth  Bringing the campaign fund total to £235. 

5th July 2020
£20 from David Lawrence £10 from Gaynor Morse £30 from Patricia Kempa
£10 from Marie Pearce  £8 from Sinead Dawes £15 from Jane Janie Chichester £10 from Alan Dean £40 from Jill Kirkwood £20 from Lee Stead
£10 from Sarah Foster £15 from Dan Doe
Wow guys we’re up to £423
 
6th July 2020
 
£423 was in the fund at last update.
 
£30 from Robert Williams £8 from Emma Emz Lockett
 
£342.50 spent on 25,000 double sided A5 fliers
 
Total now in the PayPal account: £118.50.
 
Campaign update #5
7th July 2020
£118.50 was in the fund at last update…
£8 from Emz Lockett
£15 from Margaret e Wyllie
£20 from Nykii Day
£10 from Steve Hopley
£20 from Colleen Waters
£8 from Tina M McNamara
£10 from Tina Voller
Total now in the fund: £209.50
 
Campaign update #6
8th July 2020
£209.50 was in the fund at last update…
£20 from Robert Williams
£12 from Tina Dyer
Total now in the fund: £241.50

Campaign update #7

9th July 2020

£241.50 was in the fund at last update

£10 from R Meroza

£30 from Lee Stead

Total now in the fund is £281.50

Update #8

11th July 2020

£281.50 at last update

£50 from a very generous anonymous supporter

Now we have £331.50 in the fund!

Update #9

15th July 2020

£331.50 was in the fund at last update

Some VERY generous donations have come in recently!

£100 from Connie Walters

£8.60 from Angie Mulroy

£60 from John Sherwood

Ann Marie Carey has spent £56.95 and £118.84 (see her posts)

Total now in the fund £324.31 

Update #10

15th July 2020

More amazingly generous donations into the campaign fund today!

£72 from Kaoru Aramaki

£17.40 from Sean P Maguire – great radio show mate!

£30 from Sinead A Gogarty

£8 from Jo Silvester (have I tagged the right person?)

Second batch of 25,000 leaflets ordered today costing £332.50

Total left in the fund is now £119.21

Update #11

16th July 2020

£119.21 was in the fund at last update

 Annie  spent £40.20 (See her post from earlier today regarding postage)

Generous campaign sponsorships from the following amazing people:

£30 Joanne Boddington

£10 Eleri Potter

£10 John Thacker

£8 Joy Stockley

£10 Nick Turner

£20 Theresa Phillips

£167.01 is now in the campaign fund

Update #12

17th July 2020

£167.01 was in the fund yesterday

The campaign has received the following generous contributions today:

£20 from Adam Coleman

£15 from Intbel

£30 from Denny Berfield

Annie has spent another £29.65 on postage today

so there’s now £202.36 in the fund.

Update #13

20th July 2020

£202.36 was in the fund at last update

More generous donations from the following amazing team members:

£20 from Helena Eagles

£15 from Elena Mari

£15 from Claire Staples

£10 from AnuskaLuana Cinnamom

£15 from Janice Jacobs

£20 from Karen Green

£10 from Peter Cooke

£200 from Deliah Roth 

Bringing the campaign fund total to £507.36

Update #14

22nd July 2020

£507.36 was in the fund at last update

£7 from Cain Milburn

£10 from Corrine Edwards

£20 from Liz Keaney

£20 from Janis Roantree

£10 from Sarah West

£16 from Karen Rankin

£15 from Mark Philips

£20 from Maureen Hillier

£20 from Simon Piper

Bringing the campaign total to: £645.36

Update #15

26th July 2020

£645.36 was in the fund at last update

£15 from Claire Storch

£10 from Lisette Chesshire

£6 from Bez Catt Lee

£10 from Joanne Haynes

£15 from Rebecca Kane

£10 from Anonymous this morning

£30 from Christine Houghton

£30 from Janet Godfrey

Tina Dyer has spent £227.10 so far on postage and envelopes etc (see her postage updates)

Campaign total is now £544.26

Update #16

2nd August 2020

Apologies that it’s been so long since the last update I’ve had an extremely hectic week 

£544.26 was in the fund at last update

£100 from Anonymous

£10 from Ian Swirles

£10 from Chrissie Richardson

£25 from Pc Murphy

£20 from Andrea West

£10 from Jason Green

£10 from Daniel Thomas

£8 from Julie Croley

£30 from Margaret Sherwood

£10 from Lillian Potter

Tina Dyer has spent £77.19 on postage

3rd batch of 25 thousand leaflets has been ordered costing £332.50

Total now in the fund is £367.57 

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