May 062021
 


William Adolphe Bouguereau Girl with a pomegranate 1875

 

 

 

Let’s not beat around the bush any longer, but call things for what they are: we are in the middle of the grandest medical and genetic experiment in the history of mankind, by a mile and a half. The experiment is already so advanced that we can only wait and see its consequences. We don’t know what these will be, and that is exactly the problem with it: we normally run elaborate tests in advance of such experiments to minimize their potential negative effects and their adverse outcomes for our species. This time around, we did not.

There are well-established procedures to test novel substances before they are used in human experiments, which take years – for good reason. We have decided to almost entirely neglect these procedures in the case of Covid “vaccines”, in the same way that we have neglected to look for alternative ways to defend ourselves from the virus. And these two things are closely connected: in case ivermectin or Budesonide or even just vitamin D had shown efficacy in Covid trials, the vaccines could not have received emergency authorization.

Moreover, you will now be punished – in access to travel, work, other activities- for NOT having received a dose of never approved chemicals. The world is upside down, but after months upon months of lockdowns, people think upside down is just how they like it. Anything is better than being locked up/down. Stockholm syndrome writ large.

And now, as we survey the landscape, we see that the proponents of the experiments are already dreaming of much bigger adventures -and profits-. The emergency authorization was all they needed, a full approval was not necessary. Some people behind the companies behind mRNA techniques, such as Moderna and Pfizer, may tell themselves that they are doing mankind a big favor, but they would be the first to know that the well-established procedures are there for good reasons. But yeah, they threaten their short-term profits, we get that.

 

In 1947, a world disgusted by Joseph Mengele’s medical experiments on German prisoners said: never again. Yes, sounds familiar. The Nuremberg Code was drafted:

 

The ten points of the code were given in the section of the judges’ verdict entitled “Permissible Medical Experiments”:

  1. The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential.
  2. The experiment should be such as to yield fruitful results for the good of society, unprocurable by other methods or means of study, and not random and unnecessary in nature.
  3. The experiment should be so designed and based on the results of animal experimentation and a knowledge of the natural history of the disease or other problem under study that the anticipated results will justify the performance of the experiment.
  4. The experiment should be so conducted as to avoid all unnecessary physical and mental suffering and injury.
  5. No experiment should be conducted where there is an a priori reason to believe that death or disabling injury will occur; except, perhaps, in those experiments where the experimental physicians also serve as subjects.
  6. The degree of risk to be taken should never exceed that determined by the humanitarian importance of the problem to be solved by the experiment.
  7. Proper preparations should be made and adequate facilities provided to protect the experimental subject against even remote possibilities of injury, disability, or death.
  8. The experiment should be conducted only by scientifically qualified persons. The highest degree of skill and care should be required through all stages of the experiment of those who conduct or engage in the experiment.
  9. During the course of the experiment the human subject should be at liberty to bring the experiment to an end if he has reached the physical or mental state where continuation of the experiment seems to him to be impossible.
  10. During the course of the experiment the scientist in charge must be prepared to terminate the experiment at any stage, if he has probable cause to believe, in the exercise of the good faith, superior skill and careful judgment required of him that a continuation of the experiment is likely to result in injury, disability, or death to the experimental subject.

 

I’ll leave it up to you to decide to which extent the mRNA -and other unapproved vaccines- experiment abides by that code. Which in 1964 was further extended and formalized in the Helsinki Declaration. Meanwhile, there are tons of stories like these:

 

There are so many tragic stories now of loved ones dying after taking an experimental COVID injection, that one has to wonder if people are now starting to become desensitized by all these stories as the public is perhaps being conditioned to accept “death by lethal injection” as part of the “new normal?” A 50-year-old woman in Canada, a 61-year-old woman in Orange, California, and a 58-year-old man in Minnesota are three more casualties following COVID-19 injections.

[..] Lisa Basiuk-Stonehouse passed away May 3, 2021 after her AstraZeneca vaccine. According to her Aunt Shari, blood clots caused a stroke and the matter is still being investigated. Lisa’s husband Morrie passed away two years ago, according to the Facebook post by Lisa’s Aunt Shari Turner. Lisa and Morrie’s daughter Jordan, is now 19 years old. A gofundme account has been created, and as of May 3, 2021 the fundraiser had generated 19k of the 25k goal. It appears Lisa and her family are very loved.

[..] HIBBING, MINNESOTA — A 57-year-old trucker and avid fisherman is dead in one of the more heartbreaking stories we’ve covered on this blog. Mr. John Medved received the experimental Johnson & Johnson viral vector shot on April 1, according to his daughter, Mrs. Rachel Weise. Twelve days later, Mr. Medved was in the emergency room due to extreme shortness of breath. Doctors diagnosed him with a pulmonary embolism, aka blood clots in his lungs. He was placed on a ventilator and in a medically-induced coma the next day as his condition rapidly deteriorated. Doctors then discovered that Mr. Medved had a stroke that damaged the entire left side of his brain. The doctor told Rachel that it was the worst stroke he’d seen in his career.

[..] The Orange County Coroner’s office is investigating the death of a woman who died just days after she received her second dose of the Moderna vaccine. The family says the grandmother was healthy before she got her shot, and that her sudden death came as a shock. A conversation with staff at the Orange County Coroner’s office about Griselda Flores’ death, raised red flags for her son Richard Cardenas and the family. “They made it seem like this was not the first call that they had,” Cardenas said. Assistant Chief Deputy Coroner Brad Olsen says that’s right. Olsen told Eyewitness News a handful of deaths, including Flores’, are under investigation because they happened one to three days after the person got a COVID-19 vaccine dose.

But yeah, the fact that those well-established procedures were ignored completely for the Covid vaccines, leads scientists and drug makers to believe they have a lot more leeway now for the next series of experiments. Some of which are truly unsettling, to me at least. Experimenting on human embryo cells which were never meant to come to full growth is right up there with Mengele in my mind:

 

CRISPR Madness: Welcome to the Age of Genetic Chaos

Body cell, or “somatic,” modification is in line with traditional medical practice, where a sick person undergoes a procedure or takes a drug that may be the best means for saving their life or sparing them a life of misery. It might or might not be successful but is a risk a patient or those responsible for them can reasonably assume. In embryo modification, in contrast, the tissues of the body are pervasively altered as it is taking form in ways that are poorly understood.

Even so-called single-gene traits are established with the participation of dozens or hundreds of other genes often acting in compensatory fashions, leading to the situation that in some individuals a double dose of the most threatening cystic fibrosis or sickle cell gene variants leads to no adverse symptoms at all. Under such circumstances, a single gene change, no matter how accurately administered, is an uncontrolled experiment on a prospective person that may do more harm than good. While errors can be propagated to future generations (leading to the misleading claim that the hazard is primarily through the reproductive cells or “germ line”), damage would also be incurred by the initial experimentally produced person.

All the books under review, from the frankly promotional ones of Isaacson, Kevin Davies and Jamie Metzl, to the more balanced one of Françoise Baylis, accept the baseless premise propounded by many CRISPR researchers that gene modification of embryos can be done safely, as does the reviewer herself. “[I]n ten years or so, we will probably meet the minimum conditions of safety and predictability for editing out single-gene diseases,” de Souza writes, and there is no indication that any of the authors disagrees.

Baylis, the book author most critical of the technology, is similarly concerned with ensuring that the fruits of this powerful, perfectable technology will be distributed equitably, and that enough disparate voices participate in deciding whether the endeavor (i.e., making experimental changes in prospective children; irreversibly changing the human gene pool; bringing human production into the commodity system) is what “we” really want.

 

And wouldn’t you know, as Whitney Webb describes, there a major convergence in this field, with the US government involved, and the Pentagon, Silicon Valley, Big Tech and Big Pharma (and of course the media). All for the benefit of mankind, wouldn’t you know. The mRNA technology, for which Moderna could never get any approval prior to the Covid era, now looks set to be used in many other fields. Cancer and terrorism and preventing crime and reading minds, it’s all here:

 

This Biden Proposal Could Make the US a “Digital Dictatorship”

Last Wednesday, President Biden was widely praised in mainstream and health-care–focused media for his call to create a “new biomedical research agency” modeled after the US military’s “high-risk, high-reward” Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA. As touted by the president, the agency would seek to develop “innovative” and “breakthrough” treatments for cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and diabetes, with a call to “end cancer as we know it.” Far from “ending cancer” in the way most Americans might envision it, the proposed agency would merge “national security” with “health security” in such as way as to use both physical and mental health “warning signs” to prevent outbreaks of disease or violence before they occur.

[..] ARPA-H will likely heavily fund and promote mRNA vaccines as one of the “breakthroughs” that will cure cancer. Some of the mRNA vaccine manufacturers that have produced some of the most widely used COVID-19 vaccines, such as the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, stated just last month that “cancer is the next problem to tackle with mRNA tech” post-COVID. BioNTech has been developing mRNA gene therapies for cancer for years and is collaborating with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to create mRNA-based treatments for tuberculosis and HIV.

[..] the flagship program of HARPA would be SAFE HOME, short for Stopping Aberrant Fatal Events by Helping Overcome Mental Extremes. SAFE HOME would suck up masses of private data from “Apple Watches, Fitbits, Amazon Echo, and Google Home” and other consumer electronic devices, as well as information from health-care providers to determine if an individual might be likely to commit a crime. The data would be analyzed by artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms “for early diagnosis of neuropsychiatric violence.”

The Department of Justice’s pre-crime approach known as DEEP was activated just months before Trump left office; it was also justified as a way to “stop mass shootings before they happen.” Soon after Biden’s inauguration, the new administration began using information from social media to make pre-crime arrests as part of its approach toward combatting “domestic terror.” Given the history of Silicon Valley companies collaborating with the government on matters of warrantless surveillance, it appears that aspects of SAFE HOME may already be covertly active under Biden, only waiting for the formalization of ARPA-H/HARPA to be legitimized as public policy.

[..] While nominally focused on “bioterrorist attacks,” TIA’s Bio-Surveillance project also sought to acquire early detection capabilities for “normal” disease outbreaks. Bio-Surveillance and related DARPA projects at the time, such as LifeLog, sought to harvest data through the mass use of some sort of wearable or handheld technology. These DARPA programs were ultimately shut down due to the controversy over claims they would be used to profile domestic dissidents and eliminate privacy for all Americans in the US.

[..] This most recent effort to create ARPA-H/HARPA combines well with the coordinated push of Silicon Valley companies into the field of health care, specifically Silicon Valley companies that double as contractors to US intelligence and/or the military (e.g., Microsoft, Google, and Amazon). During the COVID-19 crisis, this trend toward Silicon Valley dominance of the health-care sector has accelerated considerably due to a top-down push toward digitalization with telemedicine, remote monitoring, and the like.

One interesting example is Amazon, which launched a wearable last year that purports to not only use biometrics to monitor people’s physical health and fitness but to track their emotional state as well. The previous year, Amazon acquired the online pharmacy PillPack, and it is not hard to imagine a scenario in which data from Amazon’s Halo wellness band is used to offer treatment recommendations that are then supplied by Amazon-owned PillPack.

[..] The military is currently being used to pilot COVID-19–related biometric wearables for “returning to work safely.” Last December, it was announced that Hill Air Force Base in Utah would make biometric wearables a mandatory part of the uniform for some squadrons. [..] While of interest to the military, these wearables are primarily intended for mass use—a big step toward the infrastructure needed for the resurrection of a bio-surveillance program to be run by the national-security state.

We continue to forget the lessons of the past. We worship “science” now. Decades of diligence and actual science, which were carefully crafted by our parents and grandparents, have been swept under the carpet under the guise of emergency in matter of months, and “science” takes that to mean all limits are off. Yes, governments and armies etc. would love to experiment on you and I, and tell us it’s for our own best sake. If we just wear a ring or a watch or an app, we will all benefit from centralized medical systems checking our symptoms 1000 times a second and beaming it all into some database, what could be better for us?

And maybe this is indeed inevitable, but it also contradicts a lot of what we, until now, consider to be freedom and liberty, of our decisions about our own existence, without anyone else interfering. And then on top of that they will try to force you into getting another mRNA jab, and then another, until you have very obviously no longer the genetic make-up that you were born with.

We are born into this world as healthy people, and we use our healthcare systems to correct in the still rare instances that we are not. But we will lose that presumption if and when we will be monitored 24/7 from the day we are born. Even while we are as healthy as our ancestors were when they were born. Do we benefit from this? Well, not as long as we remain healthy. Then it’s just more centralized crap.

You might say that we benefit when we get old or sick, sure, but then we must ask ourselves if we want some entity checking on us all the time while we’re just living a life like our parents did. You think that idea, of just living your life, independent from centralized powers, will disappear? I guess it’s possible, but it scares the heebees out of me.

And then you get back to asking what the logic is behind injecting perfectly healthy people, children even for g-d’s sake, with an untested chemical substance. Shouldn’t we leave healthy people alone? Oh, but they can’t prove they’re healthy… That’s the world upside down. And that’s what the mRNA manufacturers count on us to believe. That no-one is a normal healthy human being anymore until and unless they have been injected with an experimental substance. Governments, the Pentagon, Silicon Valley, Big Tech and Big Pharma want nothing more than for you to think that. Because then they got you for life. YOUR life.

 

 

 

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    William Adolphe Bouguereau Girl with a pomegranate 1875       Let’s not beat around the bush any longer, but call things for what they
    [See the full post at: The Grandest Human Experiment In History]

    #74605
    madamski
    Participant

    The daily fuckup:

    ‘Seriously shocking failure’: NHS Covid vaccine booking site under review after leaking sensitive medical data, reports say

    Using their NHS number or by verifying their identity, vaccine-eligible users can book appointments for their Covid jab. However, it turned out there is currently no safeguard built into the site to protect against a person’s confidential vaccination status being disclosed to anyone with basic personal information about them.

    “This means that bosses, for example, can potentially keep tabs on whether, and which of, their employees had been vaccinated using just their names, dates of birth, and postcodes.

    #74606
    madamski
    Participant

    “And then you get back to asking what the logic is behind injecting perfectly healthy people, children even for g-d’s sake, with an untested chemical substance. Shouldn’t we leave healthy people alone? Oh, but they can’t prove they’re healthy…”

    Raul provides here a schematic for effective dialog with folks concerning kovid and das vaksine: ‘Oh, but they can’t prove they’re healthy…’

    #74607
    madamski
    Participant
    #74608
    madamski
    Participant
    #74610
    Maxwell Quest
    Participant

    When I think of how dramatically my world view has been reshaped, even in just the past 10 years, I marvel. And there were periods where it was necessary to pace myself so as to not overload the psychic mechanism. I certainly understand how necessary denial is for those who are not ready to face reality head on. To suddenly realize that the world is not what you thought it was can be overwhelming to all but the strongest and most resilient.

    Our imagination would have us believe that if taken aboard an alien craft for a quick tour of the solar system, we would immediately run home to start writing the next UFO best-seller. The reality, however, would be shock, inability to function, followed by years of psychic adjustment with mental, emotional, and relationship problems. “In that case, I’ll take ‘Denial and Projection’ for $500, Alex.” “It’s the DAILY DOUBLE!!”

    Someone recently asked why I put so much effort into understanding what’s going on in the world, when there’s nothing I can really do about it anyway? Why not just do what makes you happy and ignore the rest? After thinking about it for a couple minutes, it came down to personal sovereignty and responsibility. I didn’t want to be anyone’s pawn, patsy, or cannon fodder. It’s MY job and MY responsibility to manage my own life and not pass this off to some other authority. And in order to do this effectively one must be informed and not an ignoramus. And to truly be informed one must dethrone the ego for truth. “Good trade!”, says ‘Wind in his Hair’.

    Ilargi is right. We are seeing profound, world-changing events occurring right under our noses. We should take them seriously. With all of the insanity and lies flying about, hardly anything seems off-the-table anymore. Or has it always been this way and I am just now starting to notice?

    #74612
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    As I’ve said on several occasions here, my pandemic “redpilling” was when we were supposed to just ignore the fact that Ivermectin could help so many people who are seriously ill and possibly dying. Talking about “WTF” in big, flashing, red letters!

    #74613
    madamski
    Participant

    GOP Gov. DeSantis signs Florida election law while shutting out all media but Fox News

    I’d call this the first official shot of the USA’s domestic war, the beginning of Balkanization. Yee-ha! and all that.

    #74614
    madamski
    Participant

    @ Maxwell Qwest

    “Someone recently asked why I put so much effort into understanding what’s going on in the world, when there’s nothing I can really do about it anyway? Why not just do what makes you happy and ignore the rest? ”

    We are conditioned to do the right thing only if there’s money in it or it at least won’t cost a significant amount. The concept of doing the right thing because it’s the right thing ro do… that’s for Hollywood heroes, not real people, we’re taught.

    “And to truly be informed one must dethrone the ego for truth. “Good trade!”, says ‘Wind in his Hair’.”

    I deem that my favorite sentence of the day. Bof ’em.

    I also deem this my favorite Raul article.

    Meanwhile, now that Trump Derangement Syndrome has abated, we can again enjoy laughing at having a crazy creep in charge for awhile. I adored Trump as entertainment:

    raw dog

    #74615
    madamski
    Participant

    amazon

    It’s not like the country was functioning anyway. The above is at least 4 years old.

    #74616
    madamski
    Participant

    joint

    In Soviet America, joint smokes you!

    #74617
    madamski
    Participant

    box cars

    OK, I’ll stop now. Organizing some old files.

    #74618
    madamski
    Participant

    Wait. I can’t stop. This was my fave 2016 election meme:

    clinton chose other women

    #74619
    madamski
    Participant

    “Where’s your kovid passport, son?”

    “Right here.”

    “Okay. You’re cool.”

    a bottle of wine and thou

    #74620
    madamski
    Participant

    for absolute galore

    miley c

    #74622
    Maxwell Quest
    Participant

    That’s it, I just peed my pants!

    #74625
    phoenixvoice
    Participant

    Biometrics monitored daily…reminds me of the monitoring of the clones on the film The Island.

    Saw an ad on YouTube today, just before my exercise vid: some device you breathe into, analyzes breath content to determine if you’re burning fat or carbohydrates, info used to generate custom advice. I can see the usefulness as a dieting aid…sure, if the data were completely private, any aggregates completely anonymized…but I know that won’t be the case.

    Just like I realized a few years back that home WiFi mesh devices are controlled from the web, by the manufacturer, and not directly by the person who installs them at home. (Which is why for myself and for residential clients I have installed business class WiFi mesh devices that are still user controlled from inside the network.)

    #74626

    John Day- I just read Tessa’s “touch” post. Man, that lady can write!

    Madamski- my brother (died 2002) was a local pot seller. He was a poor businessman but he had a slogan: “No sticks, no seeds!” He saw his part time job as a mission- so many people did so much better when they had a little weed. His “profits” were just that he had some to smoke, as well. He loved “Thai sticks”. The local cops obviously knew about him, but they left him alone. He was a very sweet man, and I miss him.

    WES- a little late in response, but what is the logic of prohibiting boating?

    I don’t know about “Grandest”…maybe “Most Ruthless”, “Most Audacious”, Most Monstrous” or perhaps “Most Life-threatening”.
    When medical- and mind- care become the subject of government “helping!”, really, really, really bad things happen.

    I have watched little kids struggling with something and my heart breaks when a parent interferes to “help”. The heartwarming response of the sane child is “I wanna do it!”

    Hey, bullyboys: leave me alone! I wanna do it!

    #74627
    phoenixvoice
    Participant

    —The official Twitter account for the Auschwitz Memorial also weighed in, arguing that repurposing the badges to lobby against vaccines is a “sad symptom of moral and intellectual decline.”—

    (From madamski’s link in #76408)

    *sigh* As someone who identified with the Socrates quote “the unexamined life is not worth living” as a young teen…I struggle to understand why so much of humanity fails to think…
    How many times have folks wondered how it is that the Germans under Hitler allowed the situation to get so bad? What we are seeing is the reason why. The folks who see the danger signs are trying to communicate to all that this is dangerous territory…and the masses are offended by the communication.

    #74632
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    Well, I just read the NakedCapitalism.com article on the vaccines and the VAERS system. Only one thing to say (hopefully this image file will post the way I want it to):

    #74633
    madamski
    Participant

    I’m thinking maybe the image that failed to post for Mister Roboto was something like this?

    barbed

    The ad showing at the bottom of the TAE comments says “Isolation from all biomaterials — speak to an advisor now… Human biological samples — RNA & DNA extraction.”

    Very interesting times indeed. Oh well. We never did know what we’re doing.

    #74634
    madamski
    Participant

    Still my fave absurd image of all time:

    open carry

    Open Carry

    #74641
    absolute galore
    Participant

    For some reason, a bunch of the latest images posted are not showing up, I can only see the alt text line. Also, Germ, the must see video you posted in today’s earlier post has been removed by some entity or another –did not get a chance to watch it unfortunately.

    Someone earlier asked who the bicycle frame builder was that came up with ATMO — According To My Opinion. That would be Richard Sachs, of Connecticut. I no longer ride bicycles that can only take very skinny tires–although he does make cyclocross bikes, his main thing is racing bicycles. I believe there is a multi-year wait to get one of his frames. I never met him, but one of my good friends and old racing buddies chatted him up a few times not long ago at races on the local cyclocross circuit. Quite a character.

    My absolute galore handle had madamski thinking I was female. I think she may have been thinking more this. It is fairly straightforward in how I chose it, to describe the complete and utter abundance of stuff, things we are surrounded by.in most of the Western world as that phrase is understood. But I like the absoluteness of absolute, and the bargain basement goriness of galore. So there ya go.

    Bill, you’re welcome. I did mention that specifically for you. I like Cayley’s writing and I am looking forward to a whole nuther dimension of Illich with his new book.

    Got two tubes of my apple flavored equine Ivermectin, 6.08 grams a piece, so 12 doses for moi. Thank you, Tractor Supply! They also had big containers of Ivermectin to apply topically to cows, and a few different brands of the paste, some of which had other medications mixed in. For a second I was confused by one of the warnings on the back: Do not use in horses intended for human consumption.” Huh? I thought it was for horses, not humans…then I remembered: panda eats shoots and leaves. Ew.

    I’m actually liking the idea of having a stash of horse medicine rather than illicitly gotten human pills from India. It has a bit more of the survivalism vibe to it, catch-as-catch-can. With summer coming, I don’t plan to take it prophylactically unless we get a rash of cases locally, but I now feel better, at least in terms of actions to protect my health, if not dealing with the social and potential employment ramifications. (Saw a news brief where the owner of the Buffalo Bills NFL football team said he would consider cutting players who are not vaccinated.)

    #74643
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    Well, just talked to the best friend from the high school daze on Facebook and found out that he’s a Covid long-hauler. (Reduced ability to taste food, still having trouble breathing, but nothing terribly dire.) He got the Moderna jab because he’s afraid of getting it again. I don’t blame him for that at all, even if I have doubts that his decision was based on good information. Since he already went through with it, the only thing I said was that I wish they could just give him Ivermectin (which I’m sure he expected me to say because I’ve been on that “kick” in both conversations with him and in periodic Facebook posts). But I find myself sadder and more worried than I was an hour ago. 🙁 I told him I wasn’t getting the jab, so perhaps he feels the same way about me. {/shrug}

    A commenter in the previous thread for today remarked “What a world.” Yep.

    #74646

    This is from a comment on the Methodist Denninger piece:
    https://www.natlawreview.com/article/osha-s-new-guidance-recordability-covid-19-vaccine-reactions
    And how about medical insurance? And life insurance?
    On the Bloom editorial upon which ticker guy opines, I just wanna say that going to a doctor who dresses as if they were terrified of illness does not impart confidence. I would also point out that the obvious next step would be to say they will not treat anyone who has not been vaccinated.

    #74650
    Germ
    Participant

    Here’s the video again.
    This link should work.

    #74651
    V. Arnold
    Participant

    The Grandest Human Experiment In History
    In 1947, a world disgusted by Joseph Mengele’s medical experiments on German prisoners said: never again. Yes, sounds familiar.

    I think it’s important to remember that much of what Germany did via Mengeles was based upon the U.S. experiments in the late 18th and early 19th century on Blacks and the mentally damaged in the name of medicine.
    The Grandest Human Experiment In History? Maybe in terms of sheer numbers, but not, IMO, in terms of cruelty…

    #74652
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    @VA: Oh yes, the Nazis cribbed a lot of their racist playbook from the USAmerican racist playbook.

    #74653
    Dave Note
    Participant

    Man Demonstrating Superiority Over Animals

    Man is Superior

    http://images.slideplayer.nl/8/2022829/slides/slide_44.jpg

    #74654
    Dave Note
    Participant
    #74655
    Dave Note
    Participant
    #74656
    Dave Note
    Participant
    #74659
    Dave Note
    Participant

    Those cartoons were done in 1969 and 1970 by Ron Cobb

    What goes around comes around

    #74660
    Doc Robinson
    Participant

    Regarding the absolute risk reduction of the mRNA injections, and the resulting number of people that need to be vaccinated for one person to get some benefit, this was published in the British Medical Journal BMJ last year (from a retired pediatrician):

    Moderna vaccine is nearly 95% effective, but…

    There were 90 cases of Covid-19 illness in a placebo group of 15,000 (0.006) and 5 cases in a vaccine group of 15,000 (0.00033). This yields an absolute risk reduction of 0.00567 and NNTV = 176 (1/0.00567). There were 11 severe illnesses, all in the placebo group, for an absolute risk reduction of 0.00073 and NNTV = 1370. So to prevent one severe illness 1370 individuals must be vaccinated. The other 1369 individuals are not saved from a severe illness, but are subject to vaccine adverse effects, whatever they may be and whenever we learn about them.

    How does this compare with other vaccines? Before the measles vaccine became available 90% of children in North America had measles by age 10. Two doses of the vaccine are about 95% effective, so a vaccinated individual’s risk is reduced by 0.855 (0.90 x 0.95), and the NNTV = 1.17 (1/0.855); this is extraordinarily effective.

    https://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4471/rr-0

    SUMMARY

    Moderna mRNA injection:
    To prevent one case of Covid, 176 people need to be injected (twice).
    To prevent one severe case of Covid illness, 1370 people need to be injected (twice).

    Measles vaccine:
    To prevent one case of measles, one child needs to be vaccinated.
    (1.17 to be exact)

    #74677
    island raider
    Participant

    For Mister Roboto and anyone else who knows someone with Covid longhauler syndrome.
    The FLCCC has been doing video updates. A recent one featured Dr. Ram Yogendra, a doctor in Rhode Island that has started a practice focused on treating patients suffering from Long Haul Covid. They have a website where patients can register, arrange to get lab tests and received personalized medication based on their symptoms and lab test results. Here is the link: https://covidlonghaulers.com/.

    #74704
    Noirette
    Participant

    Big Pharma has been dreaming of a such a situation for a long time, and no doubt moved many chess pieces around to achieve it.

    Right in the tradition of Mini Pharma, that is, traditionally, since many millenia, making a mint out of selling snake-oil remedies, for real and imaginary ills – ppl hope and pray and believe, and spend their saved, or even last pennies, on ineffective (but usually anodyne, no harm) medecines, treatments, donations, actions.

    Medium Pharma in the ‘modern’ world (from say 1900 on) is another story – that takes infiltration into the medical field via ‘control’ (lobbying, corruption) of Gvmts / top authorities, despots, to set payoffs, standards, ways of doing, institutional rules; playing a big role in the organisation of Health Care, which besides ‘drugs’ / ‘medicines’ includes holding clinics, hospitals, and very important, medical equipment and machinery; laboratory analysis services; all of which generate tremendous profits. (Health insurance is left off, other issue.) Advisory and informational control (by the CDC, USA, for ex.) is a key element.

    Big Pharma incorporates the scams of all the above. To their best advantage. Gvmts, such as that of Trump, or now Biden, Johnson, Macron, etc. (as ‘heads’, the structure below them corrupted and very weak) are sitting prey, as having been co-opted by large Corporations, who prefer puppets hoisted front stage to be ‘the’ targets, to taking on any public role themselves.

    The easy out, the smooth excuse of ‘the vax’ to be ‘fix’ was, is, as we have seen, immediately, even frantically, adopted – in first place by USUK-isr. (Other places have high vax nos, like Bahrein, Seychelles, yes. But these 3 countries stand out.) If it all turns to sh**, Gvmts will blame poor info, lack of knowlege, “Nature” (variants, etc.), bad public behavior (non-compliance) with a straight face.

    As for darker plots behind the scenes, no doubt they exist (imho) but what they are exactly is opaque, veiled, imho. (Meaning Idk what to say about it.)

    One pov….

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