May 112021

John French Sloan A Woman’s Work 1912


57 Top Scientists And Doctors Demand Immediate Stop to ALL Vaccinations (EnV)
Feds Demonizing Covid-19 Treatments In Order To Promote Vaccine (WND)
Norway Health Board Rejects J&J, AZ Vaccines Over Side Effects (RT)
Doctor Warns Allowing Hugs ‘Might Be A Mistake’ (Mirror)
US Authorizes Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine For 12-15 Year Olds (Y!)
Unthinkable Thoughts (Mitteldorf)
US Gas Stations Running Out Of Fuel (DM)
Free Speech Inc. (Turley)
Chevron’s Prisoner (Bragman)
Civil War Is Brewing In France And You Know It: French Military To Macron (RT)
Agent Orange Complaint vs Monsanto, Dow Chemical Rejected By French Court (RT)





Not everyone’s asleep yet.

57 Top Scientists And Doctors Demand Immediate Stop to ALL Vaccinations (EnV)

Vaccines for other coronaviruses have never been approved for humans, and data generated in the development of coronavirus vaccines designed to elicit neutralizing antibodies show that they may worsen COVID-19 disease via antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) and Th2 immunopathology, regardless of the vaccine platform and delivery method [9-11]. Vaccine-driven disease enhancement in animals vaccinated against SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV is known to occur following viral challenge, and has been attributed to immune complexes and Fc-mediated viral capture by macrophages, which augment T-cell activation and inflammation [11-13].

In March 2020, vaccine immunologists and coronavirus experts assessed SARS-CoV-2 vaccine risks based on SARS-CoV-vaccine trials in animal models. The expert group concluded that ADE and immunopathology were a real concern, but stated that their risk was insufficient to delay clinical trials, although continued monitoring would be necessary [14]. While there is no clear evidence of the occurrence of ADE and vaccine-related immunopathology in volunteers immunized with SARS-CoV-2 vaccines [15], safety trials to date have not specifically addressed these serious adverse effects (SAE).

Given that the follow-up of volunteers did not exceed 2-3.5 months after the second dose [16-19], it is unlikely such SAE would have been observed. Despite errors in reporting, it cannot be ignored that even accounting for the number of vaccines administered, according to the US Vaccine Adverse Effect Reporting System (VAERS), the number of deaths per million vaccine doses administered has increased more than 10-fold. We believe there is an urgent need for open scientific dialogue on vaccine safety in the context of large-scale immunization. In this paper, we describe some of the risks of mass vaccination in the context of phase 3 trial exclusion criteria and discuss the SAE reported in national and regional adverse effect registration systems. We highlight unanswered questions and draw attention to the need for a more cautious approach to mass vaccination.

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“..the National Institutes of Health issued a guideline recommending physicians not treat COVID-19 until a patient needs oxygen..”

Feds Demonizing Covid-19 Treatments In Order To Promote Vaccine (WND)

“Something has gone off the rails” in the world’s approach to the novel coronavirus pandemic, with health authorities in the U.S. and abroad suppressing safe, cheap and effective treatments while promoting experimental vaccines that have received only emergency use authorization, contends Dr. Peter McCullough. McCullough, a renowned cardiologist who testified to the U.S. Senate last fall on COVID-19 treatments, pointed out in a lengthy interview with Tucker Carlson’s Fox Nation show “Tucker Carlson Today” that the National Institutes of Health issued a guideline recommending physicians not treat COVID-19 until a patient needs oxygen. “This document will go down in history as the most nihilistic medical guidance as Americans are suffering,” said McCullough, the vice chief of internal medicine at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas.

Asked to explain why such guidance would be issued, McCullough said it could be “fear driven,” but it’s not in his “moral DNA” to “let people die with no treatment.” Around the world, physicians are finding success using treatments such as hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, but there is no regulatory support in the United States for treating COVID-19 at all, as there would be for any other disease, he said. In November, McCullough was among the physicians who in Senate testimony decried the politicization hydroxychloroquine, invermectin and other treatments. McCullough has 600 peer-reviewed publications to his name. Many have appeared in top-tier journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of the American Medical Association and The Lancet.

He is the president of the Cardiorenal Society of America, the co-editor of Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine and associate editor of the American Journal of Cardiology and Cardiorenal Medicine. He has led monitoring safety boards in major drug trials. “I have seen things in the last year that I cannot explain as a doctor,” he told Carlson. “Why are other doctors not helping, with a simple [treatment] these patients avoid hospitalization and death?” He noted three cases in which families have had to go to court to force physicians to administer the common antiparasitic drug ivermectin. In each case, the court sided with the family and the patient survived.

[..] Meanwhile, a new peer-reviewed study published by the American Journal of Therapeutics concludes that ivermectin can end the COVID-19 pandemic. Reviewed by a team that includes three top U.S. government senior scientists, the research finds the drug significantly reduces the risk of contracting COVID-19 when used regularly. In February, a study published in the U.S. journal Frontiers of Pharmacology found ivermectin reduces COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations and deaths by about 75%. In more than 30 trials around the world, the drug causes “repeated, consistent, large magnitude improvements in clinical outcomes’ at all stages of the disease,” according to the study.

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Experts contradicting each other is another curious aspect of Covid.

Norway Health Board Rejects J&J, AZ Vaccines Over Side Effects (RT)

The Institute of Public Health in Norway has recommended against the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, adding to a recommendation of permanently avoiding the use of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 jab over side effect fears. In a press release on Monday, the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) advised the government against the use of the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 jab, following guidance from a government-appointed commission. The committee also supported an earlier recommendation by the NIPH not to use the AstraZeneca shot. “We do not recommend that the vaccines be used in the national vaccination program due to the serious side effects that have been seen,” Lars Vorland, chair of the expert committee, said at a press conference on Monday.

In its statement, NIPH formally published the recommendation not to use the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 jab. “Our goal is to protect as many people as possible, as quickly as possible, to reopen society and get everyday life back. It is therefore a difficult decision to recommend that one of the Covid vaccines not be used actively in the program.” NIPH recommends that the Johnson & Johnson shot be kept in emergency storage in case the vaccine supplies of the mRNA jab should fail. They add that it is particularly suited to being an emergency vaccine, as it only requires one dose and can be stored for a long time.

[..] Health Minister Bent Hoeie told a news conference that “the government will use this as basis for its decision, together with recommendations from the Institute of Public Health, on whether to use these vaccines.” In April, NIPH recommended that the government stop using the Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine after a lengthy review of the jab. Oslo suspended the vaccine’s use on March 11 following reports of potentially fatal rare blood clots. The blood clotting concerns have already led to limitations in the distribution of the vaccine in multiple countries. Five healthcare workers, all aged between 32 and 54, were hospitalized after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine in Norway. Three of them died.

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Nowhere near the biggest mistake here.

Doctor Warns Allowing Hugs ‘Might Be A Mistake’ (Mirror)

Dr Hilary Jones had his say on reports Prime Minister Boris Johnson may allow hugging in England from next Monday, with him urging caution. The Good Morning Britain doctor told of the benefits of hugging, but warned there was a greater risk of coronavirus transmission if people started touching everybody. Hilary said that with coronavirus still spreading in the UK and around the world, with new variants detected, it could be a “mistake” to start allowing such close contact. While it is yet to be confirmed, Johnson is tipped to announce hugging will be allowed from Monday May 17 when the lockdown rules change again in England.

With bigger groups allowed to gather outdoors, and groups of six allowed indoors, the allowance of hugging is a late change to the earlier announced new rules. But Dr Hilary urged caution with the news, and told people to be “selective” if they are going to get close to people. Speaking on the show, he described the increased risk of transmission as “quite substantial” with close contact such as hugging. He explained: “If you are in hugging range and you’re touching somebody, and your face is right next to their’s, you are gonna be breathing the breath that they are exhaling.

“The virus is transmitted through aerosol droplets, so the risk is much higher.” He went on: “Professor Noakes, she’s part of SAGE, she’s saying that actually she’s worried, and that hugs should be selective. “They should be short, they should be selective… hug your children, hug your grandchildren, not promiscuous hugs we’re not talking about here, not hugging everybody, not getting too close for too long.” Hilary added: “It’s great, hugs actually have a benefit in health in terms of, forget the aerosol transmission of viruses for a moment, there’s all sorts of things that happen.”

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In the context of the survival rate, this makes no sense.

US Authorizes Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine For 12-15 Year Olds (Y!)

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Monday authorized the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine for children aged 12 to 15 years old. “This is a promising development in our fight against the virus,” said President Joe Biden. “If you are a parent who wants to protect your child, or a teenager who is interested in getting vaccinated, today’s decision is a step closer to that goal.” The FDA previously granted an emergency use authorization for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to individuals aged 16 and older. “Having a vaccine authorized for a younger population is a critical step in continuing to lessen the immense public health burden caused by the Covid-19 pandemic,” said Peter Marks, director of the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research.

The FDA said some 1.5 million Covid-19 cases in individuals aged 11 to 17 years old have been reported to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention between March 1, 2020 and April 30, 2021. The course of the disease is generally milder in children but they can pass it on to older, more vulnerable adults. Pfizer and its partner BioNTech said in March that their two-dose vaccine regimen was shown to be safe and highly effective in a trial of 2,260 12 to 15 year olds. Biden last week stressed the importance of expanding vaccinations to 12 to 15 year olds and said the authorities were “ready to move immediately” once the authorization came through. Some 20,000 pharmacies around the country were ready to begin to vaccinate adolescents, he said, and doses will also be shipped to pediatricians.

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“The most compelling evidence for a laboratory origin of COVID is that coronaviruses don’t have furin cleavage sites, and until last year, this trick has never evolved naturally.”

Unthinkable Thoughts (Mitteldorf)

The spike protein is the part of the virus structure that interfaces with the host cell. SARS 1 and SARS 2 viruses both have spike proteins that bind to a human cell receptor called ACE-2, common in lung cells but also present in other parts of the body. Binding to the cell’s ACE-2 receptor is like the wolf knocking at the door of Little Red Riding Hood’s grandmother. “Hello, grandmama. I’m your granddaughter. Please let me in.” The virus is a wolf wearing a red cape and hood, pretends to be an ACE-2 enzyme molecule seeking entrance to the cell.

In order to enter the cell, the virus must break off from the spike protein and leave it at the doorstep, so to speak. This is an important and difficult step, as it turns out. Unique to the SARS-CoV-2 virus is a trick for making the separation. Just at the edge of the protein is a furin cleavage site. Furin is an enzyme that snips protein molecules, and it is common in our bodies, with legitimate metabolic uses. A furin cleavage site is a string of 4 particular amino acids that calls to furin, “hey — come over here. I’m a protein that needs snipping.”

[..] One of the most credible dangers of the spike protein involves fertility. None of the vaccines were tested in pregnant women, and yet many government and other authorities are recommending it as safe for pregnant women. VAERS has reported 174 miscarriages to date after COVID vaccination. VAERS is notoriously underreported. I find the anecdotes less concerning than the fact that no one is taking this seriously, and research is being actively discouraged in the best-respected science journals. There is a credible mechanism, in that the spike protein is partially homologous to syncytin. Syncytin, in fact, was originally a retroviral protein, inserted into the mammalian genome many aeons ago, and evolved over the ages to play an essential role in reproduction, binding the placenta to the fetus.

An immune response that attacks syncytin might be expected to be impose a danger of spontaneous abortion. In any ordinary times, this would be a subject that medical researchers would jump on, with animal tests and field surveys to assess the danger. But these are no ordinary times, and the risk is being dismissed on theoretical grounds without investigation. This is especially suspicious in the context of history: a Gates Foundation vaccination program in 1995 was allegedly promoted to young women, causing infertility. (Yes, I know there are many fact-checkers eager to “debunk” this story, but I don’t find them convincing, and some of these fact-checkers are compromised by Gates funding.) Even doing what the spike protein is supposed to do — tying up ACE2 — can be a problem for our lungs and arteries, which are routinely protected by ACE2.

The most dangerous possibility, suspected but not verified, is that the spike protein causes a prion cascade. Prions are paradoxical pathogens, in that they are misfolded proteins that cause misfolded proteins. Their evolutionary etiology is utterly mysterious, so much so that it took Stanley Prusiner a decade after describing the biology of prions before the scientific community would take prion biochemistry seriously. But prions make potent bioweapons, which laboratories can design outside of natural evolutionary dynamics. The possibility of prion-like structures in the spike protein was noted very early in the pandemic based on a computational study. This recent review combines theoretical, laboratory, and observational evidence to make a case for caution. Once again, I find it disturbing that this possibility is being dismissed on theoretical grounds rather than investigated in the lab and the field.

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And not just a few of them.

US Gas Stations Running Out Of Fuel (DM)

Gas stations from Florida to Atlanta to Virginia are closing their pumps due to a fuel shortage brought on by the Colonial Pipeline hack – and a state of emergency has been declared by the governor of North Carolina. American Airlines was adding stops to two of its long-haul flights from its Charlotte, North Carolina hub, CNBC reported, as a likely effort to conserve fuel in areas where it could run short. The 5,500 mile Colonial Pipeline was shut down on Friday evening by the company when the ransomware attack was launched – seemingly by Russian-based cybercriminal group, DarkSide. Service was gradually being restored on Monday. At least 12 other companies were also affected by the ransomware attack, Bloomberg reported, and Newt Gingrich, the former Speaker of the House, called for those responsible to be executed.

The pipeline supplies 45 per cent of all the East Coast’s fuel needs, including Atlanta’s airport – the world’s busiest, by passenger traffic. The pipeline also serves 90 U.S. military installations and 26 oil refineries. On Monday evening motorists were beginning to report shortages at gas stations. A spokesman for Race Trac, which operates gas stations in the Atlanta area, confirmed the shortage to WSBTV-2. At least two gas stations in Tallahassee, Florida, were completely out of stock, Bloomberg reported. Patrick de Haan, an energy expert who runs the monitoring site Gas Buddy Tracker, said his sources showed five per cent of stations in Virginia running empty. His recommendation to motorists? ‘Conserve, conserve, conserve,’ he said.

The lack of supply could soon hit users across the country in the pocketbook. AAA already predicts that gasoline prices in the Georgia region alone could rise three to seven cents per gallon this week, and said that there also could be ‘limited fuel availability’ in places. ‘This shutdown will have implications on both gasoline supply and price, but the impact will vary regionally,’ said Montrae Waiters, spokeswoman for AAA-The Auto Club Group. ‘Areas including Mississippi, Tennessee and the East Coast from Georgia into Delaware are most likely to experience limited fuel availability and prices increases as early as this week.’

[..] DarkSide, which cultivates a Robin Hood image of stealing from corporations and giving a cut to charity, said in a statement posted on the dark web that their only goal was to ‘make money’ and not create problems for society. ‘We are apolitical, we do not participate in geopolitics,’ the statement read. ‘Our goal is to make money and not creating problems for society.’ ‘From today we introduce moderation and check each company that our partners want to encrypt to avoid social consequences in the future.’ Colonial, which is based in Atlanta, Georgia, has not yet said whether it has paid or is negotiating a ransom with the hackers.

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“ sometimes seems Facebook wants to be treated like AT&T but act like the DNC.”

Free Speech Inc. (Turley)

After Facebook’s oversight board this week upheld the social media giant’s continuing ban of former President Trump, the response of Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) captured the visceral joy of many on the left: She posted a series of laughing emojis. Welcome to Free Speech, Inc.: the Democratic incorporation of free speech built around the a presumption of corporate censorship (for some). Of course, Democrats insist they are not attacking free speech, just combating “disinformation.” After all, they say, private companies have every right to control speech — unless you are, say, a bakery opposed to preparing a cake for a same-sex wedding, or a company contributing to political causes. The current mantra defending Facebook’s corporate speech rights seems strikingly out of sync with years of Democrats and political activists demanding the curtailment of such rights.

When Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado refused on religious grounds to make a cake for a same-sex wedding, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) denounced the bakery’s claim of free speech: “It was never about a cake — it’s about making sure no one has a license to discriminate against LGBTQ+ Americans.” When the Supreme Court ruled in the Citizens United case that corporations have free speech rights to participate in politics, Warren was appalled. She has long rejected the notion that corporations have the constitutional rights like individuals: “Corporations are not people. People have hearts. They have kids. They get jobs. They get sick. They cry. They dance. They live. They love. And they die.” Notably, Warren felt that one company (Masterpiece Cakeshop) can be forced to speak while another corporation (Facebook) should be able to stop others from speaking.

When Facebook barred Trump, Warren declared: “I’m glad that Donald Trump is not going to be on Facebook. Suits me.” House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) also celebrated and added: “Facebook must ban him. Which is to say, forever.” When free speech concerns are raised over corporate censorship, Democrats often drop references to “free speech” violations and instead address “First Amendment” violations. Indeed, when Trump objected to the ban on Twitter as “banning free speech,” a host of media outlets ran stories like: “Fact Check: Did Twitter Violate President Trump’s First Amendment Rights?” Experts like Wayne State University law professor Jonathan Weinberg chimed in that, under the First Amendment, a company “gets to choose who it does business with and who it doesn’t.”

[..] These companies once were viewed as neutral platforms for people to exchange views — people who affirmatively “friend” or invite the views of others. If Big Tech wants to be treated like a telephone company, it must act like a telephone company. We wouldn’t tolerate AT&T interrupting calls to object to some misleading conversation, or cutting the line for those who misinform others. As a neutral platform for communications, telephone companies receive special legal and economic status under our laws. Yet, it sometimes seems Facebook wants to be treated like AT&T but act like the DNC.

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Donziger’s story is unbelievable.

Chevron’s Prisoner (Bragman)

Donziger was a human rights attorney representing indigenous peoples in Ecuador who brought a lawsuit against Texaco for rainforest pollution in the region. In 2011, Donziger and his clients won a $18 billion judgement against the fuel giant, which had since been bought out by Chevron, one of the largest judgments ever handed down against an oil company, even when that amount was later reduced to $9.5 billion. While the ruling was subsequently upheld by three Ecuadorian courts, Chevron moved its operation out of the country to avoid paying the damages and countersued Donziger in the United States under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).

Lewis A. Kaplan of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York (SDNY), a former corporate lawyer, was assigned to the case and granted Chevron a temporary restraining order against the Ecuador judgment in an effort to block enforcement of it anywhere in the world. During the non-jury trial, former Ecuadorian judge Alberto Guerra, who presided over the case when it was first filed, testified that Donziger and his team had bribed him to ghostwrite the multi-billion dollar judgment against Chevron for presiding judge Nicolas Zambrano. Guerra claimed Zambrano had also been bribed and had offered him a percentage of his take. Guerra would later admit during an international arbitration that he had accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars from Chevron and recant some details of his testimony.

Despite Guerra’s admission, the tribunal ultimately sided with Chevron, finding that the multi-billion-dollar judgment had still been tainted by fraud and that the claims against the oil giant had been settled and released by the Ecuadorian government years earlier. Kaplan, the U.S. judge, also had ties to the oil company. The Clinton appointee had investments in funds with Chevron holdings, and had previously suggested in deposition hearings from a separate but related case that Chevron could have grounds to file a racketeering suit against Donziger. During the racketeering proceedings, Kaplan described the oil giant as “a company of considerable importance to our economy that employs thousands all over the world, that supplies a group of commodities — gasoline, heating oil, other fuels, and lubricants — on which every one of us depends every single day.”

Relying largely on Guerra’s testimony, Kaplan ruled against Donziger in March 2014, alleging a vast conspiracy and finding that the attorney had acquired the Ecuador judgment through “corrupt means.” A federal appeals court would later uphold Kaplan’s ruling. Donziger was later disbarred from practicing law in New York. After its legal victory, Chevron sought to recoup more than $800,000 in court costs from Donziger. The company’s lawyers demanded possession of the attorney’s personal computer and cell phone, which it claimed were necessary to enforce its monetary judgment against him. Donziger appealed and refused to turn over his electronics, arguing he would be handing over privileged materials.

Kaplan responded by holding Donziger in civil and then criminal contempt of court and slapping him with the largest state sanction in the history of New York courts. The SDNY U.S. Attorney’s office declined to prosecute the case, citing a lack of resources, so in July 2019, Kaplan took the unusual step of turning the contempt case over to attorneys from the major corporate law firm Seward & Kissel LLP to act as special prosecutors. He also selected a colleague, Judge Loretta Preska, to hear the criminal case. As part of the proceedings, Preska sentenced Donziger to his ongoing home confinement in August 2019.

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Macron can’t just brush this off.

Civil War Is Brewing In France And You Know It: French Military To Macron (RT)

A group of active French military personnel has published a new open letter to the country’s president Emmanuel Macron, warning him of a “civil war” brewing in the country after all the “concessions” he’s made to Islamism. The letter, published in the conservative Valeurs Actuelles magazine late on Sunday, strikes a similar tone to the message published by the same outlet last month. Unlike the previous one, which was signed by 25 retired generals and active-duty soldiers, the new letter is anonymous and is open for signing by the general public. As of noon on Monday, it had attracted over 100,000 signatures. The authors of the letter have described themselves as active-duty French soldiers, belonging to the younger generation of the military that saw actual combat over the past years.

“We are what the newspapers have called ‘the fire generation.’ Men and women, active soldiers, of all armies and of all ranks, of all opinions, we all love our country. These are our only claims to fame. And while we cannot, by law, express ourselves with our face uncovered, it is equally impossible for us to stay silent,” the letter reads. The letter accuses President Macron of making “concessions” to Islamism on French soil, while the country’s military has been spilling its blood to fight against it in “Afghanistan, Mali, the Central African Republic or elsewhere.”

The authors have also indicated that at least some of them have taken part in the domestic Operation Sentinelle, launched after the devastating 2015 Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks, and witnessed certain ethno-religious communities in France completely detached from the rest of the country. For such communities “France means nothing but an object of sarcasm, contempt or even hatred,” the letter reads. Like the previous letter, this new one warns the republic’s authorities of an impending “civil war,” with the very existence of France being at stake. “Once again, civil war is brewing in France and you know it perfectly well,” the letter reads.

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“..the court said it did not have jurisdiction to rule over America’s wartime activities in Vietnam”

Agent Orange Complaint vs Monsanto, Dow Chemical Rejected By French Court (RT)

A Paris court has rejected a 2014 complaint brought against 14 companies involved in the production and sale of Agent Orange to the US during the Vietnam War, declaring it does not have jurisdiction to rule over the matter. The lawsuit in the French court was filed by French-Vietnamese former journalist Tran To Nga. She accused the companies – among them Monsanto and Dow Chemical – of being culpable for the injuries caused to her, her children, and others, as well as for damage to the environment. However, the case was rejected on Monday, after the court said it did not have jurisdiction to rule over America’s wartime activities in Vietnam, halting the suit seven years after it was filed.

Tran, who covered the conflict, has been supported by non-governmental organizations in her quest to hold companies responsible for manufacturing Agent Orange and providing it to the US military. Those accused in the lawsuit have denied any responsibility for the damage caused in Vietnam, arguing that they cannot be blamed for how the American military used the chemical. Had Tran been successful, the case would have set a legal precedent for millions of Vietnamese civilian victims to have claimed compensation for health effects caused by exposure to Agent Orange. Currently, only American, Australian, and Korean military veterans who were exposed to the chemical have been awarded compensation, with America’s Agent Orange Settlement Fund having paid out claims to 52,000 former service members or their survivors, averaging at around $3,800 each.

Agent Orange was deployed across Vietnam by American forces from 1961 to 1971. During a brutal chemical warfare campaign against Viet Cong guerilla fighters, 12 million gallons of herbicide were used to defoliate the ecosystem, thereby exposing the enemy and destroy crops. The Red Cross of Vietnam estimates that around a million people are disabled or suffer from health problems as the result of their exposure to the chemical. Dioxin, a highly toxic element of Agent Orange, has been linked to birth defects, cancers, and other deadly diseases.

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    John French Sloan A Woman’s Work 1912   • 57 Top Scientists And Doctors Demand Immediate Stop to ALL Vaccinations (EnV) • Feds Demonizing Covid-1
    [See the full post at: Debt Rattle May 11 2021]


    Hey Doc Robinson thanks so much for the links to info about Omega-3. I have a funny feeling about these nutrient dense natural foods – obviously- but the way there are so many cross interactions in natural whole foods gives me a good feeling about increased immune response.

    V. Arnold

    John French Sloan A Woman’s Work 1912

    I remember this Sloan (A Woman’s Work) from before; the detail is astonishing…

    Polder Dweller

    Italian parliament questions “philanthropist” Bill Gates’s motives.

    Perhaps that’s why he and Melinda are getting divorced, one or other is no longer on board with the genocide thing and starting to worry about their immortal soul.

    absolute galore

    Re: A Woman’s Work. I lived in a five-story walk-up on Amsterdam Avenue and 106th Street all through my 20s and 30s. While I love to line-dry my clothes now that I Iive in the Hudson Valley, the soot from buses back then would have spoiled the wash. You can almost smell the fresh sunshine, but also there is an ominous quality, the way the figure is leaning out over the dark shaftway.

    Re: Colonial Hack.
    I have only read about these types of ransomware attacks that the bandits download “sensitive information” that they then threaten to release. I can see this in regard to companies with credit card, ss# ,banking info, medical records, or “classified” info. What sort of “sensitive” documents would a pipeline company have? Or is my speculation that they could somehow operate the valves via taking control of the software correct? And if so, is there not a manual override? I could see the answer being no, there is not. I’ve had to replace the motor in my car’s electric windows to get them to go up and down. Anyone care to speculate on the specifics of how this ransomware is operating in this case?

    This Dark Side group claims a Robin Hood style motive–though in a modern update, they only give a certain cut to charity. (Do the ransomware victims get to choose their favorite charity?) Whether or not this is true, there are of course other bad actors whose objectives may not be ransom but destruction of critical infrastructure as the main goal.

    Re: the 5-15x higher death rate in Goa.

    As reported in a link here yesterday. Higher than what? Is that figure gotten by dividing the total# of cases by deaths? How do they even get the total # of cases in the chaos over there at the moment? Or are we seeing yet another, more deadly, variant? I note the Ivermectin dosage is increasing–does this mean it will be rendered ineffective at some point due to the virus adapting? Nevertheless, I have a couple tubes of horse paste while I await my order from India Mart and Kachhela Medex Private Limited, Nagpur, which seems to be the vendor of choice here on TAE. (Please correct me if I am wrong)


    Reality is becoming so unsettling that it is dismissed as people retreat into their ethnic silos.

    A nihilist government ignores cures to sell repeat treatments — injecting over half of the US population with experimental mRNA gene treatments. A private public partnership sells the vaccines as safe and effective even though supporting data is incomplete and blood clotting risks have been identified. With a goal of 70% by July 4th the injections are intended to reopen the economy. Adverse effects are being simply ignored.

    The vaccines do cut the severity of the infections and lower transmission. But breakthrough infections in the fully vaccinated can transmit new variants asymptomatically.

    This summer and fall with the decline in numbers of cases it is possible to eradicate the virus with strict public health measures, but the US establishment simply doesn’t bother. They are getting richer. They do not see the plague as an existential threat. Yet their amoral pathological greed to make more money risks a fourth coronavirus wave this winter and a possible societal collapse.

    absolute galore

    Interesting newsletter from NYT that I generally do not read, but CDC and Misleading caught my eye this morning. Here is the intro, the rest is about how the CDC might have arrived at the figure. But the news for us would be the NYT “questioning” the “facts.” I guess they are feeling spunky now that they are all jabbed up over at The Gray Lady.

    Good morning. We have a special edition of the newsletter on a misleading C.D.C. statistic.
    A Miami Beach officer confronting a man without a mask last year.Saul Martinez for The New York Times

    ‘A huge exaggeration’

    When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidelines last month for mask wearing, it announced that “less than 10 percent” of Covid-19 transmission was occurring outdoors. Media organizations repeated the statistic, and it quickly became a standard description of the frequency of outdoor transmission.

    But the number is almost certainly misleading.

    It appears to be based partly on a misclassification of some Covid transmission that actually took place in enclosed spaces (as I explain below). An even bigger issue is the extreme caution of C.D.C. officials, who picked a benchmark — 10 percent — so high that nobody could reasonably dispute it.

    That benchmark “seems to be a huge exaggeration,” as Dr. Muge Cevik, a virologist at the University of St. Andrews, said. In truth, the share of transmission that has occurred outdoors seems to be below 1 percent and may be below 0.1 percent, multiple epidemiologists told me. The rare outdoor transmission that has happened almost all seems to have involved crowded places or close conversation.

    Saying that less than 10 percent of Covid transmission occurs outdoors is akin to saying that sharks attack fewer than 20,000 swimmers a year. (The actual worldwide number is around 150.) It’s both true and deceiving.

    This isn’t just a gotcha math issue. It is an example of how the C.D.C. is struggling to communicate effectively, and leaving many people confused about what’s truly risky. C.D.C. officials have placed such a high priority on caution that many Americans are bewildered by the agency’s long list of recommendations. Zeynep Tufekci of the University of North Carolina, writing in The Atlantic, called those recommendations “simultaneously too timid and too complicated.”

    They continue to treat outdoor transmission as a major risk. The C.D.C. says that unvaccinated people should wear masks in most outdoor settings and vaccinated people should wear them at “large public venues”; summer camps should require children to wear masks virtually “at all times.”

    These recommendations would be more grounded in science if anywhere close to 10 percent of Covid transmission were occurring outdoors. But it is not. There is not a single documented Covid infection anywhere in the world from casual outdoor interactions, such as walking past someone on a street or eating at a nearby table.

    Today’s newsletter will be a bit longer than usual, so I can explain how the C.D.C. ended up promoting a misleading number.

    Dr. D

    The irony of laundry is they were burning coal at the time. Can you use the word “Irony” with laundry?

    ““..the National Institutes of Health issued a guideline recommending physicians not treat COVID-19 until a patient needs oxygen..”

    I’m sorry, you people somehow think they are not killing you on purpose, right from the top. Yes, please start getting healthy when you’re in the ICU. No medicine ‘til then. Oh waits: Why Covid be so bad? Cleetus with one tooth can’t figure it out.

    This is Western Medicine writ large, with everything they do. However, in this case, also affirming my argument. How many times, how many stories, patient actually takes time out, co-pays, gives Doctor symptoms, problem is not yet acute, critical, and irreversible. Doctor shrugs his shoulders, says he doesn’t have a pill, walks away telling the patient to go f—themselves. Come back on a stretcher when we can do surgery. I kid you not. Everyone I know must have one or more or ten of these stories, these where an issue was not only identified, but presented to the experts way ahead of time, and rejected outright. …But I’m sure it’s the patient’s fault, you know, the poorest people with no medical education, time, or money. Doctors and insurers who do this all day are experts as innocent as doves.

    Yeah, Covid peoples: come back when your blood O2 is 60 and the disease has already damaged you systemwide. Then maybe we’ll care. Does this sound “normal” to anyone, or are we in a death cult?

    US Gas Stations Running Out Of Fuel (DM)”

    Life’s tough, but it’s tougher if you’re really, really stupid for a really, really long time, for no real reason whatsoever. How long can a culture expect to be both rich, and cowardly, and stupid? Forever, I guess. Stupid is as stupid does. There’s no limit on stupid. Just on history.

    “…it sometimes seems Facebook wants to be treated like AT&T but act like the DNC.”

    It’s always been illegal, it’s more illegal now, it’s been presented to every level of government from top to bottom, but exactly –ZERO– people will do their job. That’s government!

    More illegal? Yes, Congressmen and notable criminals like Chelsey and daughter of world’s greatest war criminals Cheney use government power to demand suppression of free speech. Was the FIRST law ever passed, written, “Shall not be Infringed” too unclear for you? Thus 2A. If they’re not terrified of the people, cancelling meetings, and crying on T.V. they’re not scared straight. Speaking of, CA pastor that kicked out Nazis on national T.V. was arrested for nothing. …Because you didn’t think you could bruise Nazi ego and they would fabricate charges on you, did you? Of course they will. The FBI, the government, haven’t followed the law in 50 years. Even every cowardly school board, when met with the will of the public, lies, cheats, evades, whines, cries, calls terror, oh police they wuz mean to me!!! Arrest them now ‘cuz I wants it!!!

    This is government for 5,000 years. But we have an answer! More government!!! That’s right, we’ll pass a law!!! (Against YOU of course, and you speaking or bugging us in any way where we’d have to consider your existence) Now DO WHAT YOU’RE TOLD! What you’re told is to knowingly put 20,000 grandmas in nursing homes to die, die, die suckers! You know it’s wrong, against all law, all medicine, all science, all sense, all human feeling…and do it anyway. Gladly, gratefully.

    Translation: It’s not about Speech, it’s about POWER. “Who is to be master—that is all.” Morality, arguments, consistency, logic, YOU’RE MISSING THE POINT! The point is I WANT. Ego. I want YOU to obey, so you are small and I am large. You die, I live. That is all. If lying does that, so much the better, couldn’t care.

    And so, we’re all Chevron’s prisoner. We’re all one minor annoyance from his fate, along with dozens, hundreds of reporters shooting themselves with nail guns and falling out of windows. That’s what happens when you won’t enforce morality – oh boring, annoying, constricting: “you can’t judge me!!!” You think you’re getting one over on me, when really now Tony Soprano owns you and the town and burns your restaurant. And he’s the GOOD guy. You’re paying his protection from the REALLY bad guys. …Or you could return to #Logos and Morality. Your choice. But we know which one you’ll choose. ANYTHING but honesty and hard work. I’ll bear any kidnapping of daughters, any murder, any pension theft, burning cities, complete collapse of society, ANYTHING, but not honesty and work. Anything but that.

    “Agent Orange Complaint vs Monsanto, Dow Chemical Rejected By French Court (RT)”

    Vietnam, really? Why not sue for Napoleon? But we are: slavery was way before leon and they’re suing and paying for that. FROM people who had never been in the ‘States at the time, TO people who were never slaves. Cuz: Logic.

    Since CNN is apparent and has been for a while AND every “conservative” show (actually barely center-moderate) goes straight up and has to be boycotted, sued, and censored just to keep them under, can we dispense with the fantasy this has anything – ANYTHING – to do with money? If CNN wanted money, they’d buy in Carlson, Rogan (who’s actually center-left), Owens (Black, so I’m told), and Shapiro (orthodox Jew) and quadruple their ratings overnight. Did we not just see this with paid-opposition Fox and OAN? They stopped covering “reality” and their ratings dropped instantly. Did they reverse and start covering facts and reality again? Not on your life. Not for a second. They’d rather lose all money and ratings than tell the truth, anytime, ever. Just some more than others.

    Why? Cuz it ain’t for the money. Ask the NBA and Coke. It’s for something else, larger than money.

    Polder Dweller

    ..the National Institutes of Health issued a guideline recommending physicians not treat COVID-19 until a patient needs oxygen.

    The 1964 Hippocratic Oath from Wikipedia:

    I swear to fulfill, to the best of my ability and judgment, this covenant:
    I will respect the hard-won scientific gains of those physicians in whose steps I walk, and gladly share such knowledge as is mine with those who are to follow.
    I will apply, for the benefit of the sick, all measures [that] are required, avoiding those twin traps of overtreatment and therapeutic nihilism.

    I will remember that there is art to medicine as well as science, and that warmth, sympathy, and understanding may outweigh the surgeon’s knife or the chemist’s drug.
    I will not be ashamed to say “I know not”, nor will I fail to call in my colleagues when the skills of another are needed for a patient’s recovery.
    I will respect the privacy of my patients, for their problems are not disclosed to me that the world may know. Most especially must I tread with care in matters of life and death. If it is given me to save a life, all thanks. But it may also be within my power to take a life; this awesome responsibility must be faced with great humbleness and awareness of my own frailty. Above all, I must not play at God.
    I will remember that I do not treat a fever chart, a cancerous growth, but a sick human being, whose illness may affect the person’s family and economic stability. My responsibility includes these related problems, if I am to care adequately for the sick.
    I will prevent disease whenever I can, for prevention is preferable to cure.
    I will remember that I remain a member of society, with special obligations to all my fellow human beings, those sound of mind and body as well as the infirm.
    If I do not violate this oath, may I enjoy life and art, respected while I live and remembered with affection thereafter. May I always act so as to preserve the finest traditions of my calling and may I long experience the joy of healing those who seek my help.


    I have only read about these types of ransomware attacks that the bandits download “sensitive information” that they then threaten to release. I can see this in regard to companies with credit card, ss# ,banking info, medical records, or “classified” info. What sort of “sensitive” documents would a pipeline company have? Or is my speculation that they could somehow operate the valves via taking control of the software correct?

    I wouldn’t believe a single word I read on the topic, but I did see it suggested that vital parts of software systems that control various points on the pipeline (16 refineries?!) were encrypted by the hackers.

    madamski cafone

    “Donziger’s story is unbelievable. • Chevron’s Prisoner (Bragman)”

    Attorneys are just a way of starting a fight. Gets their attention and reduces, maybe even halts, their momentum for a bit. After that, one needs a baseball bat or some napalm. Something like that. A potato gun firing jell-o shots. Anything but a papercahse down the halls of justice, where a jail cell awaits you if you manage to “win”.


    madamski cafone

    Like Raul’s remark above suggests, the Colonial Pipeline failure may well just be classic SNAFU via complacency, corruption, greed, laziness and incompetence thereafter blamed on mysterious malicious entities. As WES (iirc) suggested, it could be deliberate self-sabotage for any number of reasons.

    We depend on things we don’t understand or control.

    V. Arnold

    Hippocratic Oath? Constitution?
    Mere relics of a time when honor counted for something….

    madamski cafone

    polder dweller thanks for the links. Who is that great Italian woman making so many people walk out of her speech? We could do with a lot more of that sort of politico.

    Also the TED talk. If William H Gates wants to reduce the world population by 10 to 15 percent why does he want to vaccinate them in the same breath? Am I missing something? Wouldn’t vaccination create more potential parents? The sychophantic laughter from the audience made me want to sick up.

    madamski cafone

    I like the usic, myself:

    Van music

    “Rock Journalism is People Who Can’t Write Interviewing People Who Can’t Talk for People Who Can’t Read” F. Zappa

    Dave Note

    Chris Martenson covered the furin cleavage site issue a Year ago.

    He went over the subject in detail saying no coronvirus had ever evolved such a feature with the exception of a sample from a pangolin.

    No one has ever produced any evidence of an interact between a pangolin and a horseshoe bat.

    So he concluded, over a Year ago, that the furin cleavage site in Covid-19 had to be man-made.

    Luc Montagnier, the (co)discoverer of the AIDS virus, came to the same conclusion. Covid-19 had been tinkered with.

    So here we are a Year later, and no court challenge, no law suits, No Nothing.

    Just wheels spinning in the media mud.

    Just another routine Crime Against Humanity.

    Cui bono???

    For those who don’t think it was planned, cause you know the Oligarchs with all their trillions in resources,just aren’t very smart, an awful lot of hyper complex high-tech steps had to be performing in precisely the correct order in Level 4 labs to get a furin cleavage site to magically pop up in Covid-19.

    Gee, I guess it was a giant string of Coincidences that put a furin cleavage site in Covid-19.

    Nothing to see here, move along or you’ll be canceled, figuratively or literally, your choice.


    Dr D – yes I think there are strong indications of death cult in overdrive. We need a love virus more than ever.

    madamski cafone

    Re: Bill and Melionda Gates: Bill’s extreme competitiveness is legendary. Beat him in some sillyass computer game and he obsessively plays it so that he can kick your ass the next time.

    This is a man who can’t admit he’s wrong, who will double down on anything he’s about rather than admit it’s the wrong thing to do. He is about winning, period. I suspect he’s feeling the loss now.


    Also – regarding the CA pastor and the NAZI cops – he was asking for it in a way but in a very principled and honourable way. The Chinese have a saying – ‘Stoop to conquer’. Just act compliant and do the minimum you have to do to get out of their way and then just wait for the bloated institutions to run out of steam. If you attack people who want power they get embarrassed and angry and seek revenge.
    Do I prefer to be right or happy?

    Mr. House

    “Do I prefer to be right or happy?”

    That is how we’ve arrived where we are at.

    madamski cafone

    @ Mr. House

    ““Do I prefer to be right or happy?” That is how we’ve arrived where we are at.”

    I think you’re confusing minimization of perceived risk with happiness. Two very different things. That said, I’ve concluded that the only happiness of reliable quality is doing what one believes is right, period. Doing so often entails elevated levels of risk.

    And, as Obi Wan famously said, “You must do what you think is right, Luke.” Because we learn from our mistakes, and what we think is right very often is wrong.
    Everybody on earth knowing
    that beauty is beautiful
    makes ugliness.
    Everybody knowing
    that goodness is good
    makes wickedness.


    Re: Colonial

    Barackfully (hopefully) the news channel that covered the leak in North Carolina are on the scene at the leak monitoring the activity of Colonial. BTW, this was the only site where I saw a link to the leak. The story does detract from the Russia, Russia, Russia hysteria.

    Mr. House

    I think as a society we must be able to agree on what “right” is, which we do not seem able to do right now. No fan of religion but at least it gave people a base reference point. Today everything is relative and its showing. Look around you, are you not entertained?


    India is rolling over:


    The new Covid cases per capita in the 2 most vaccinated countries in the world keep zooming up, being now the highest on the planet by far.


    NEJM “Preliminary Findings of mRNA Covid-19 Safety in Pregnant Persons”

    13.9% of 827 pregnancies ended losing the baby.
    US rate 2014-2017 was 0.59% (Natl. Vital Stat. Rep. 2020, 69, 1–19).
    Vaxination increases rate by 24-fold.
    Conclusion: not safe.

    Mister Roboto

    I really have my fingers crossed right now for the Ivermectin mass-treatment in Goa in India showing the world that this is the way to go. Our Lords And Masters Who Know Better Than Us would certainly have to go into hypermegaoverdrive to cover that one up!

    madamski cafone

    @ Mr. House

    “I think as a society we must be able to agree on what “right” is, which we do not seem able to do right now. No fan of religion but at least it gave people a base reference point. Today everything is relative and its showing. Look around you, are you not entertained?”

    As a society, we are incapable of agreeing on what is right. We can barely agree on which flavor of allegedly “lesser” evil is, um, less evil. Thinking in large social terms is a trap we are conditioned to believe is the inevitable One True Way.

    Religion suffers the same problems. When it is a few dozen or a hundred in the chapel, some agreement on what is right can happen, perhaps even enough to overcome the complacent acceptance of evil as inevitable. But this runs the risk of breeding success, and success attracts new followers, the congregation grows, centralization of authority grows to where it dominates everything else, and then the classic pattern emerges.

    Mr. House

    @Mr Roboto

    They won’t report it. Nothing will change until leadership changes at the .gov and corporate level.

    Polder Dweller

    Django wrote:

    If William H Gates wants to reduce the world population by 10 to 15 percent why does he want to vaccinate them in the same breath? Am I missing something? Wouldn’t vaccination create more potential parents?

    Always assuming the vaccines don’t make people sterile, of course, but as Germ’s link above shows, the vaccines are resulting in a high number of miscarriages, so who knows if sterility won’t increase as well, say by 10-15%.


    @ Dr. D: “Translation: It’s not about Speech, it’s about POWER. “Who is to be master—that is all.” Morality, arguments, consistency, logic, YOU’RE MISSING THE POINT! The point is I WANT. Ego. ”

    I believe there is another, separate driver/dimension at work here – beyond POWER. It’s called WINNING. WINNING AT ANY COST.

    Why is WINNING a key part of the formula? I am not sure exactly. Today Madamski identifies WINNING as playing a role in the demise of Bill Gates. Trump was an obvious fan of WINNING and that’s why he lost. Our “masters” seem to have their WINNING genes(?) turned ON HIGH. Since WINNING trumps all it has to be a defect of some sort?

    Regarding yesterday’s vita D discussion: D3 + K2 Complex from Pure Synergy – get some! It is made from plants, veggies, fruits (everything they make is plant-based). This is good! No synthetics which can generate side-effects. I also use Pure Synergy Pure Radiance C and their Zinc Complex.

    madamski cafone

    @ Mr. House

    “Nothing will change until leadership changes at the .gov and corporate level.”

    There we go again with the abandonment of fate to TPTB. Things change. Always. Regardless of who’s in charge. I know, I’m quibbling semantics. You probably meant ‘nothing (done by government) will change (for the better as I perceive it), but even so, whatever change happens on top will not happen in a vacuum. We, you and I, that jerk over there with the dumb tie clashing with hes purple hair, we have our effect on things too.

    Of course, most people tend to believe that until the guy at the top is changed, nothing has really changed. But ships sink more from rot below the waterline than from what Captain Hornblower is yelling from the poop deck.

    Polder Dweller

    As for the Seychelles, case numbers don’t necessarily mean very much, but it’s interesting to look at Worldometers where you can see that they hadn’t had any Covid deaths until they started vaccinating.

    madamski cafone

    @ susmarie108

    We believe in winning because we believe in losing. (Someone cue the yin-yang slideshow, pls.) We think it’s so profound when we say “we’re all in this together” when the model of togetherness we have is based on Darwinian competition, much of it disguised as a Fair and Just meritocracy.

    True goodness
    is like water.
    Water’s good
    for everything.
    It doesn’t compete.
    It goes right
    to the low loathsome places,
    and so finds the way.
    For a house,
    the good thing is level ground.
    In thinking,
    depth is good.
    The good of giving is magnanimity;
    of speaking, honesty;
    of government, order.
    The good of work is skill,
    and of action, timing.
    No competition,
    so no blame

    Such sentiments are downright anathematic to our society.

    madamski cafone

    Earliest tropical storm on record develops in the eastern Pacific

    The weather is unstable, period. I don’t care what one thinks is causing it: it’s happening. We either deal with it or it deals with us.

    I once lived off unemployment benefits & I KNOW Biden’s claim they don’t discourage people from seeking a job is wishful thinking

    Aw, thge poor poor pitiful work ethic. Perhaps the world doesn’t need more factories making purple hair dye and skateboard wheels? Maybe the silly make-work that has passed for industry, since the first electric toaster came off the assembly line, is not beneficial but damaging? Maybe being paid to sit around and wonder WTF’s going on is actually good even necessary work?

    How we worship employment. How we loathe employment. How bipolaristically split we are!

    The Soviets would’ve succeeded if they’d just let people do their thing and, anytime someone set themselves up to get rich off communal labor, said person was summarily shot without fanfare, lectures, parades, or apology.

    Cuz communalism is the ONLY thing that works. However, our addiction to power structures, to defining everything by pharaoh’s giant shadow, ever chains us to centralized authority, especially via that mutant medium: money.


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    madamski cafone

    Smearing yourself in cow dung won’t cure Covid, Indian doctors warn, as country’s seven-day case rate hits new high

    Next: flagellants. Oh well. It’s probably safer and more effective than das vakzine.


    Can you Infect Covid 19 into bats

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