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2nd Week in a Row: More Covid Vax Deaths than COVID-19 Deaths in the US (GP)
Four New Discoveries About Safety And Efficacy Of COVID Vaccines (DfCE)
Response to Dr. Bhakdi (VanDen Bossche)
Israel Bans Entry To Vaccinated Tourists (JPost)
2 More Texas Dems Who Fled State To Block GOP Voting Bill Test Positive (NYP)
Facebook Says 85% of US Users Are Pro-Vaccine (RT)
The Panic Pandemic (Tierney)
“Misinformation” Means Whatever The Censors Want It To Mean (Tracey)
Leak Uncovers Global Abuse Of Cyber-surveillance Weapon (G.)
The Controversial Prosecutor At The Heart Of The Julian Assange Case (IC)
Tribes Are Leading the Way to Remove Dams and Restore Ecosystems (Yes)










We have a trend.

2nd Week in a Row: More Covid Vax Deaths than COVID-19 Deaths in the US (GP)

The VAERS website released its weekly numbers on Friday. There are now 11,140 reported deaths from the COVID vaccine in the United States. This is up from 9,125 reported deaths from the COVID-19 vaccinations total from last week. The number of deaths linked to vaccines this year has absolutely skyrocketed. According to the CDC’s own data. The VAERS database contains information on unverified reports of adverse events (illnesses, health problems and/or symptoms) following immunization with US-licensed vaccines. The CDC government website links to VAERS platform. Two weeks ago VAERS reported 6,985 deaths due to the COVID vaccines. Last week that number jumped to 9,048. That number is now at 11,140.

“The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database contains information on unverified reports of adverse events (illnesses, health problems and/or symptoms) following immunization with US-licensed vaccines. Reports are accepted from anyone and can be submitted electronically at www.vaers.hhs.gov.” There have been over 400,000 adverse reactions reported to the COVID vaccine. Last Week: there were 1,918 total COVID-19 deaths in the United States. Last Week: There were 2,092 deaths from the COVID Vaccines — According to the CDC-linked VAERS website. That means there were 174 more Covid vaccine deaths in the United States last week than Covid deaths in the United States last week. Why is this not making headlines?

45,000 have died within 3 days from the COVID Vax

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“Doctors for Covid Ethics has sent the following letter to tens of thousands of doctors in Europe, summarising four recent scientific findings critical to the COVID-19 vaccination program. The letter explains each finding as it relates to the biology of COVID-19 vaccines, including interactions with the immune system.

Taken together, the letter warns that these new pieces of evidence force all physicians administering COVID-19 vaccines to re-evaluate the merits of COVID-19 vaccination, in the interests of their own ethical standing, and their patients’ safety and health.”

Four New Discoveries About Safety And Efficacy Of COVID Vaccines (DfCE)

Discovery 1: SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein Circulates Shortly After Vaccination. SARS-CoV-2 proteins were measured in longitudinal plasma samples collected from 13 participants who received two doses of Moderna mRNA-1273 vaccine [1]. With 11 of the 13, the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein was detected in the blood within only one day after the first vaccine injection. Significance. Spike protein molecules were produced within cells that are in contact with the bloodstream—mostly endothelial cells—and released into the circulation. This means that a) the immune system will attack those endothelial cells, and b) the circulating spike protein molecules will activate thrombocytes. Both effects will promote blood clotting. This explains the many clotting-related adverse events—stroke, heart attack, venous thrombosis—that are being reported after vaccination.

Discovery 2: Rapid, Memory-Type Antibody Response After VaccinationSeveral studies have demonstrated that circulating SARS-CoV-2-specific IgG and IgA antibodies became detectable within 1-2 weeks after application of mRNA vaccines [1–3]. Significance. bRapid production of IgG and IgA always indicates a secondary, memory-type response that is elicited through re-stimulation of pre-existing immune cells. Primary immune responses to novel antigens take longer to evolve and initially produce IgM antibodies, which is then followed by the isotype switch to IgG and IgA.bA certain amount of IgM was indeed detected alongside IgG and IgA in some studies [1,4]. Importantly, however, IgG rose faster than IgM [4], which confirms that the early IgG response was indeed of the memory type.

This memory response indicates pre-existing, cross-reactive immunity due to previous infection with ordinary respiratory human coronavirus strains. The delayed IgM response most likely represents a primary response to novel epitopes which are specific to SARS-CoV-2.bMemory-type responses have also been documented with respect to T-cell-mediated immunity [5–7]. Overall, these findings indicate that our immune system efficiently recognizes SARS-CoV-2 as “known” even on first contact. Severe cases of the disease thus cannot be ascribed to lacking immunity. Instead, severe cases might very well be caused or aggravated by pre-existing immunity through antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE, see below).

Discovery 3: SARS-CoV-2 Elicits Robust Adaptive Immune Responses Regardless Of Disease Severity Serum antibody profiles were reported for 203 individuals following SARS-CoV-2 infection [8]. 202 (>99%) of the participants exhibited SARS-CoV-2 specific antibodies. With 193 individuals (95%), these antibodies prevented SARS-CoV-2 infection in cell culture and also inhibited binding of the spike protein to the ACE2 receptor. Furthermore, CD8+ T-cell responses specific for SARS-CoV-2 were clear and quantifiable in 95 of 106 (90%) HLA-A2-positive individuals. Significance. This study confirms the above assertion that the immune response to initial contact with SARS-CoV-2 is of the memory type.

In addition, it shows that this reaction occurs with almost all individuals, and particularly also with those who experience no manifest clinical symptoms. The goal of the vaccination is to stimulate production of antibodies to SARS-CoV-2, but we now know that such antibodies can and will be rapidly generated by everyone upon the slightest viral challenge, even without vaccination. Severe lung infections always take many days to develop, which means that if the antibodies generated by the memory response are needed, they will arrive on time. Therefore, vaccination is unlikely to provide significant benefit with respect to the prevention of severe lung infection.

Discovery 4: Rapid Increase Of Spike Protein Antibodies After The Second Injection Of MRNA Vaccines IgG and IgA antibody titres were monitored before vaccination and after the first and the second injection of mRNA vaccines [3]. Antibody titres rose with some delay after the first injection, then plateaued, but rose again very shortly after the second injection. Significance. Even though the antibody response to the first injection is of the memory type, the small time lag after the injection may mitigate adverse reactions, because the abundance of spike protein on the cells in the blood vessel walls and in other tissues may have already passed its peak when the antibodies arrive.

The situation changes dramatically with the second injection. Then the spikes are produced and protrude into the bloodstream that is already swarming with both reactive lymphocytes and antibodies. The antibodies will cause the complement system [9,10] and also neutrophil granulocytes to attack the spike protein-bearing cells. The possible consequences of all-out self-attack by the immune system are frightening.

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The article above references a Dr. Bahkdi video VanDen Bossche has issues with. Could we have an actual scientific discussion? Where do the censors stand on this one?

Response to Dr. Bhakdi (VanDen Bossche)

I herewith wanted to react to a recent video posted by Dr. Bhakdi (https://evidencenotfear.com/proof-that-puts-an-end-to-the-sars-cov-2-narrative-professor-sucharit-bhakdi-oracle-films/). I was quite stunned about the statements he made and could not believe that this had allegedly been published. Hence, I consulted the publications Dr. Bhakdi has been referring to in his presentation (you’ll find them in the article that accompanies the video). My contribution attached explains why his viewpoint in regard of herd immunity and protection against variants is highly questionable. Given his background and credentials, I am very surprised at his conclusions. It’s certainly not that I cannot refrain from criticizing but if we’re not going to stick to the science, we’re going to lose our precious credibility.

I am sure many of you have seen Dr. Bhakdi’s presentation. As much as I’d like to confirm his position, I cannot agree with his interpretation. Dr. Bhakdi is basically claiming that because of previous exposure to common cold viruses we have immune memory cells that can be recalled upon exposure to Sars-CoV-2 and protect us! This is not true! While there is no doubt that there is some cross-reactivity between immune responses to some spike(S)-derived epitopes on beta coronaviruses (CoVs), these immune responses are not cross-PROTECTIVE. Dr. Bhakdi is confusing all along cross-reactivity (which basically means that antibodies (Abs) or T cells induced by one CoV can BIND similar [conserved] epitopes on some other CoVs) and cross-protection.

However, immune RECOGNITION does not equal immune PROTECTION. None of the publications Dr. Bhakdi is referring to has analyzed or claims cross-PROTECTION elicited by other CoVs. Again, Abs that bind to Sars-CoV-2 do not necessarily neutralize the virus and prevent it from entering the cell. Of course, many people will have a history of common cold infection and hence may rapidly recall some spike-directed Abs (i.e., towards epitopes that are shared with Sars-CoV-2) upon exposure to Sars-CoV-2 or after immunization with Sars-CoV-2-derived antigens. However, this doesn’t mean at all that these rapidly rising IgG and IgA Dr. Bhakdi is referring to will neutralize Sars-CoV-2 and protect you from Covid-19 disease!

In addition, Sars-CoV-2-induced Abs were only found to cross-react with 2 out of the 4 common cold CoVs (i.e., only for beta coronavirus HKU1 and OC43) and the cross-reactivity was ‘much lower than that observed for the remaining CoV epitopes’. Furthermore, his statement that people who have built immunity against CoV are automatically protected against all Sars-CoV-2 variants is not true either for exactly the same reasons (i.e., Abs that bind to variants do not necessarily neutralize them and could even be at risk of causing Ab-dependent enhancement of disease; ADE).

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Israel is a prime example alright; of how the vaccine hunger screws up a country.

Israel Bans Entry To Vaccinated Tourists (JPost)

Vaccinated tourists will not be allowed to enter Israel on August 1, as had been previously planned, Health Ministry Director-General Prof. Nachman Ash said Sunday, also announcing that the authorities will discuss measures to restrict all travel. “We are postponing the date for the entry of tourists; it is not going to happen on August 1,” he said, adding that a new date has not been set. “Unfortunately, the current situation does not permit us to allow tourists to enter.” The director-general also warned the public that with the Delta variant raging around the world, this is not a time to fly abroad. He said the authorities are examining how to restrict travel, either by expanding the list of countries under the travel ban or severe travel warning, or by other means.

Channel 12 reported that health official are considering several options for a recommendation to bring before the cabinet, including shutting the airport for non essential traveling and requiring all travelers to enter isolation regardless of their immunization status and the country they fly from. However, according to the report, the most likely recommendation will be to significantly expand the list of countries under travel ban or travel warning – in both cases all returnees have to quarantine, for the first group Israelis are prohibited from visiting unless they obtain a permission from the devoted special governmental committee.

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Not arrested yet; they won’t return till August.

2 More Texas Dems Who Fled State To Block GOP Voting Bill Test Positive (NYP)

Two more Texas Democrats who traveled to Washington, DC, last week to prevent a vote on a Republican voting bill have tested positive for the coronavirus, a report said. The new cases, announced late Sunday by the Texas House Democratic Caucus, are in addition to the three other state Democratic lawmakers on the trip who have already tested positive for COVID-19, the Texas Tribune reported. The infected lawmakers are all fully vaccinated, the report said — and one is experiencing mild symptoms. Among the two newest members to test positive is state Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer, the lawmaker said. “Today, I received a positive COVID-19 rapid antigen test result. I am fully vaccinated, and had tested negative on Friday and Saturday.

“I am quarantining until I test negative, and I am grateful to be only experiencing extremely mild symptoms,” he told the newspaper in a statement. The Lone Star State Democrats left the state House of Representatives last Monday and flew aboard two chartered flights to the nation’s capital to scuttle a Republican-backed election reform bill by depriving the chamber a quorum. While in Washington to wait out the special legislative session called by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, the Democrats met with congressional lawmakers to press them to approve the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Act. The state lawmakers have been slammed by Republicans for running away from their duties to represent their constituents, and Abbott has threatened to have them arrested when they return to Texas in August.

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Because our users are not terribly smart people…

Facebook Says 85% of US Users Are Pro-Vaccine (RT)

Facebook has patted itself on the back for encouraging vaccine acceptance among its US users, noting an increase of 10-15% since January, while firing back at President Joe Biden’s claim of subverting the rollout. “The data shows that 85% of Facebook users in the US have been or want to be vaccinated against COVID-19,” Facebook VP of Integrity Guy Rosen said in a blog post on Saturday, rejecting Biden’s charge that social media was to blame for the lack of enthusiasm among Americans towards the Covid-19 jabs. On Friday, Biden tore into social media platforms such as Facebook, accusing them of “killing people” by not cracking down on non-conventional opinions about vaccination fervently enough.

“They’re killing people… Look, the only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated. And they’re killing people,” the US president said. Dismissing the allegation, Rosen accused Biden of essentially making Facebook a scapegoat for his administration’s failure to reach its self-imposed goal of having 70% Americans vaccinated by July 4. “President Biden’s goal was for 70% of Americans to be vaccinated by July 4. Facebook is not the reason this goal was missed,” Rosen said, arguing that figures “tell a very different story to the one promoted by the administration.” Facebook, Rosen claimed, has seen a dramatic increase in confidence in Covid-19 vaccines among its American users in the last six months.

“Since January, vaccine acceptance on the part of Facebook users in the US has increased by 10-15 percentage points (70%->80-85%),” Rosen wrote, citing a recent survey by Carnegie Mellon University. He added that distrust of the jabs among racial and ethnic minorities has “shrunk considerably” as well. Facebook has deployed “unprecedented resources” in its fight against the pandemic, such as “pointing people to reliable information” and facilitating vaccine appointments, he noted. In addition to persuading people of the effectiveness and safety of the vaccines through pop-up labels under coronavirus-related posts, Facebook has been waging a war on information that does not align with the official stance of the World Health Organization (WHO) or local governments.

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” It was a dangerous experiment being conducted without knowing the answer to the most basic question: Just how lethal is this virus?”

The Panic Pandemic (Tierney)

The United States suffered through two lethal waves of contagion in the past year and a half. The first was a viral pandemic that killed about one in 500 Americans—typically, a person over 75 suffering from other serious conditions. The second, and far more catastrophic, was a moral panic that swept the nation’s guiding institutions. Instead of keeping calm and carrying on, the American elite flouted the norms of governance, journalism, academic freedom—and, worst of all, science. They misled the public about the origins of the virus and the true risk that it posed. Ignoring their own carefully prepared plans for a pandemic, they claimed unprecedented powers to impose untested strategies, with terrible collateral damage. As evidence of their mistakes mounted, they stifled debate by vilifying dissenters, censoring criticism, and suppressing scientific research.

If, as seems increasingly plausible, the coronavirus that causes Covid-19 leaked out of a laboratory in Wuhan, it is the costliest blunder ever committed by scientists. Whatever the pandemic’s origin, the response to it is the worst mistake in the history of the public-health profession. We still have no convincing evidence that the lockdowns saved lives, but lots of evidence that they have already cost lives and will prove deadlier in the long run than the virus itself. One in three people worldwide lost a job or a business during the lockdowns, and half saw their earnings drop, according to a Gallup poll. Children, never at risk from the virus, in many places essentially lost a year of school. The economic and health consequences were felt most acutely among the less affluent in America and in the rest of the world, where the World Bank estimates that more than 100 million have been pushed into extreme poverty.

The leaders responsible for these disasters continue to pretend that their policies worked and assume that they can keep fooling the public. They’ve promised to deploy these strategies again in the future, and they might even succeed in doing so—unless we begin to understand what went wrong. The panic was started, as usual, by journalists. As the virus spread early last year, they highlighted the most alarming statistics and the scariest images: the estimates of a fatality rate ten to 50 times higher than the flu, the chaotic scenes at hospitals in Italy and New York City, the predictions that national health-care systems were about to collapse. The full-scale panic was set off by the release in March 2020 of a computer model at the Imperial College in London, which projected that—unless drastic measures were taken—intensive-care units would have 30 Covid patients for every available bed and that America would see 2.2 million deaths by the end of the summer.

The British researchers announced that the “only viable strategy” was to impose draconian restrictions on businesses, schools, and social gatherings until a vaccine arrived. This extraordinary project was swiftly declared the “consensus” among public-health officials, politicians, journalists, and academics. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, endorsed it and became the unassailable authority for those purporting to “follow the science.” What had originally been a limited lockdown—“15 days to slow the spread”—became long-term policy across much of the United States and the world. A few scientists and public-health experts objected, noting that an extended lockdown was a novel strategy of unknown effectiveness that had been rejected in previous plans for a pandemic. It was a dangerous experiment being conducted without knowing the answer to the most basic question: Just how lethal is this virus?

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Freedom of speech is dead, but not from the virus.

“Misinformation” Means Whatever The Censors Want It To Mean (Tracey)

Government officials and their lackeys in the media often speak of the term “misinformation” as though it has some sort of universally-accepted, politically neutral definition. That’s always been total BS, but generating the mirage of neutrality has been a necessary ingredient in popularizing the “misinformation” concept over the past five years. Those who reject the impositions of mainstream cultural and political elites must not be simply wrong, but maliciously brainwashed by “misinformation” that complicit entities such as the social media platforms allow to proliferate.

In 2018, when these entities engineered a simultaneous cross-platform purge of Alex Jones, there was an avalanche of media apologia for this hitherto unprecedented act of censorship. Jones had caused unique harm, the journalists cried, and the platforms were merely “Enforcing The Rules.” But of course what they were oblivious to was that “the rules,” such as they exist, are just a function of power. “Misinformation” and other alleged infractions of social media “rules” are determined at the whim of whoever happens to wield censorship and speech-regulation power at that moment. Journalists themselves, chronically oblivious to their own power, were exactly the ones who agitated for the expulsion of Jones, and their agitation succeeded.

Here is an article I wrote the day after this cross-platform purge: “Alex Jones’ lunacy is self-evident and needs no further comment. The only relevant question is whether we want a media landscape in which a tiny cadre of unelected private officials are empowered to decide, in secret and with no mechanisms for accountability, that the time has come to purge this lunatic from the public square. “Now, just around three years later, we receive a declaration from a spokesperson for the President that the Federal Government is seeking to coerce, mandate, or otherwise bring about routinized cross-platform purges. “You shouldn’t be banned from one platform, and not others, for providing misinformation out there,” press secretary Jen Psaki demanded, creepily calling on the social media giants to create “robust enforcement strategies that bridge their properties.”

So if you were under any illusion back in 2018 that this would ever stop with Jones — a figure believed to be sufficiently repulsive that any punishment doled out to him would not have broader implications for the average internet user — well, it didn’t take long for proof of just how wrong you were. Journalists and others with influential platforms, particularly those who spend all day everyday on the internet and rely on it for their livelihood, at least in theory have a duty to demonstrate some semblance of foresight. Meaning, to consider issues of public interest that go beyond their short-term desire for political vengeance.

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Big story yada yada, even Snowden says it, but it’s from the Guardian.

Leak Uncovers Global Abuse Of Cyber-surveillance Weapon (G.)

Human rights activists, journalists and lawyers across the world have been targeted by authoritarian governments using hacking software sold by the Israeli surveillance company NSO Group, according to an investigation into a massive data leak. The investigation by the Guardian and 16 other media organisations suggests widespread and continuing abuse of NSO’s hacking spyware, Pegasus, which the company insists is only intended for use against criminals and terrorists. Pegasus is a malware that infects iPhones and Android devices to enable operators of the tool to extract messages, photos and emails, record calls and secretly activate microphones. The leak contains a list of more than 50,000 phone numbers that, it is believed, have been identified as those of people of interest by clients of NSO since 2016.

Forbidden Stories, a Paris-based nonprofit media organisation, and Amnesty International initially had access to the leaked list and shared access with media partners as part of the Pegasus project, a reporting consortium. The presence of a phone number in the data does not reveal whether a device was infected with Pegasus or subject to an attempted hack. However, the consortium believes the data is indicative of the potential targets NSO’s government clients identified in advance of possible surveillance attempts. Forensics analysis of a small number of phones whose numbers appeared on the leaked list also showed more than half had traces of the Pegasus spyware. The Guardian and its media partners will be revealing the identities of people whose number appeared on the list in the coming days.

They include hundreds of business executives, religious figures, academics, NGO employees, union officials and government officials, including cabinet ministers, presidents and prime ministers. The list also contains the numbers of close family members of one country’s ruler, suggesting the ruler may have instructed their intelligence agencies to explore the possibility of monitoring their own relatives. The disclosures begin on Sunday, with the revelation that the numbers of more than 180 journalists are listed in the data, including reporters, editors and executives at the Financial Times, CNN, the New York Times, France 24, the Economist, Associated Press and Reuters.

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It’s personal.

The Controversial Prosecutor At The Heart Of The Julian Assange Case (IC)

The battle to extradite WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange from the United Kingdom to the United States is shaping up to be a legal case of paramount importance to the future of national security reporting. The U.S. continues to press the case even after a change of administration, with President Joe Biden keeping up efforts to bring Assange to a U.S. court on Espionage Act charges for his role in publishing classified government documents. One little-noted name in filings from extradition hearings in the U.K. keeps popping up as a key figure in the U.S. government’s case: a federal prosecutor named Gordon Kromberg. On the central questions of what assistance Assange provided to whistleblower Chelsea Manning and the ostensible harm his actions caused to U.S. national security, a U.K. court filing earlier this year cites Kromberg’s assertions verbatim.

“Mr. Kromberg’s evidence on this is clear,” the filing says. “He stated that stealing hundreds of thousands of documents from classified databases was a multistep process.” The same document cites Kromberg again, claiming that “well over one hundred people were placed at risk from the disclosures and approximately fifty people sought and received assistance from the US” — references to purported U.S. intelligence assets outed by the documents WikiLeaks published. Kromberg, an assistant United States attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia, may be unknown to foreign and even many American observers. In U.S. legal circles, though, he has been a highly controversial figure for over two decades, dogged by accusations of bias and politicization in his prosecutions.

For years, civil rights activists and lawyers tried to draw attention to allegations of Kromberg’s abusive practices. Rather than being pushed into obscurity by these efforts, today he is serving as a key figure in one of the most important civil liberties cases in the world. In all, the January court documents from Assange’s extradition case mention Kromberg over 40 times to help make the legal argument for extraditing Assange. Many of his statements go to the heart of the Espionage Act case against the WikiLeaks publisher.

[..] In the years after the 2001 September 11 terrorist attacks, Gordon Kromberg became the government’s point man on notorious terrorism cases involving allegations of torture and malicious prosecution. In the past, opposing counsels and civil rights groups accused him of engaging in racist behavior and using unethical tactics in pursuit of convictions. Legal experts said that the inclusion of a notoriously politicized and aggressive prosecutor on a high-profile extradition case like Assange’s is a sign of how strongly the government is motivated to extradite the WikiLeaks publisher and bring Espionage Act charges at all costs.

“A common factor in Kromberg’s career has been a willingness to take very provocative positions on behalf of the government and stay the course with them,” said Wadie Said, a professor of law at the University of South Carolina and author of “Crimes of Terror: The Legal and Political Implications of Federal Terrorism Prosecutions.” “He has also shown great willingness to take on highly political cases and to be a lightning rod himself for attention; he often makes himself part of the story with his own actions and statements.” Said added, “From my perspective, some of the things that Kromberg has said in the past and the positions that he has taken are quite tendentious and even vindictive in terms of his mindset toward the person that he is targeting.”

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Tribes Are Leading the Way to Remove Dams and Restore Ecosystems (Yes)

Cameron Macias bent down to examine a small pile of sawdust-filled scat on the floor of the former Lake Mills on the Elwha River in the northwest corner of Washington state in 2016. It was a sign that beavers were moving into the area after a 100+ year absence. “There’s very small dam-building activity in some of the side tributaries,” says Macias, who was working at the time as a wildlife technician for the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, of which she is a member. “It’s kind of funny and ironic because of the dam removal,” Macias says with a laugh. The dams she’s referring to—the Elwha and Glines Canyon dams—were removed in 2011 and 2014 respectively, and together they are considered the world’s largest dam removal project to date.

Many other tribes have looked to the success of the Elwha River dam removals in bringing down fish-blocking dams in their lands as well, including along the Snake River and the Columbia River in the Pacific Northwest. Together, the country’s 2 million dams block access to more than 600,000 miles of river for fish. And by 2030, the American Society of Civil Engineers estimates that 80% of those dams will be beyond their 50-year lifespans. Given how obsolete and potentially dangerous this infrastructure will be, not to mention its negative effects on declining fish stocks, the best solution for many aging dams is to simply remove them. But bringing down a dam is a big job.

When the Elwha River dams fell, it was the culmination of many decades of successful partnerships among the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, the National Park Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and dozens of other local and national organizations. Today, those partnerships continue to support the tribe in righting historic wrongs. The Elwha Dam was built in 1910 to provide electricity to attract new settlers, in flagrant violation of a Washington state law that said dams must allow for fish passage. At the time, no one consulted the Lower Elwha Klallam people, whose culture rests on the salmon that would be blocked by the dams. “We had a few of the elders that even stood in the areas of the lower dam where they were starting to build to protest,” says Frances Charles, the tribal chairwoman for the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe.

But the dam construction proceeded, and afterward, hatcheries were put in as a sort of life support to keep salmon populations afloat. Every year, the fish born in the hatcheries would try to return to the spawning grounds of their ancestors, banging their heads on the dam in a desperate attempt to get upstream. “We ourselves felt like we were banging our heads against the concrete wall, no different than the salmon,” Charles says. Things changed in January 1986 when the tribe filed a motion to stop the relicensing of the dams, citing that the dam prevented them from exercising their treaty rights because it blocked fish passage. “The tribe and [Olympic National] Park and the environmental interests said, ‘You know, if you’re going to license these things, you’re going to provide fish passage,’” says Mike McHenry, the Tribe’s fisheries habitat manager. Studies showed that building fish passages wouldn’t effectively restore the salmon runs, so the decision was made to take down the dams. Still, it took an Act of Congress and $325 million to complete the job.

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    [See the full post at: Debt Rattle July 19 2021]


    Worth listening to.

    Two extremely intelligent, and erudite, individuals.

    “In this in-depth conversation, Professor Bhattacharya sits down with Lord Sumption to explore pressing ethical and legal questions raised by the COVID-19 policy response

    A Conversation with Lord Sumption

    Mister Roboto

    I’m not going to make a habit of sharing things that extremely “woo”, but I can’t help but find it fascinating how this purported New-Age spirit-channel mostly “called it” WRT the coronavirus pandemic, especially the “fear is the real pandemic” pronouncement. This could just be a guy who is basically “putting on a show”, but if that’s the case, I can’t help but be at least a little embarrassed that a guy pretending to be a spirit from the great beyond had more insight than I did back when this all started! (Both segments have a “meditation bit” at the start that can be skipped over.)


    @Germ: how was your vacation? Welcome back!

    Dr. D

    “Greece’s Mykonos Bans Music In Bars To Combat COVID Spread”

    “Loose, Footloose, kick off your Sunday shoes…”

    By why pick on Greece? NYC is Dead, Dead, Dead. Gone to meet its maker. Joined the choir invisible. Dead. 20% occupancy. Music stops at 10pm. You know, just like East Germany, except they have daylight point-blank shootings too. Cuz: Gun laws. As BBee said: “Gen-Zer Wishes Socialism Had Some Historical Examples Of Whether Or Not It Works” or Fascist police states that oppose any speech or freedom. …The world may never know.

    But thankfully, like California, NY will get another bailout from Alabama and Arkansas.

    So, Mykonos, what’s it like to be under Nazi occupation? Where even joy and love is illegal?
    Paris? What say you? “French Face 6 Months in Jail for Entering a Bar or Restaurant without a COVID Pass”

    Again, so if you’re endangering people in public, the state will make you endanger people in private? Or is the 6 months just an end-run for forced vaccination? Because, as a ward of the state, I think they can decide for you, or it’s very hard to say “no.”

    But let’s see: People producing goods (even music = 0) money being printed by governments = ∞ And Inflation is therefore what? How do empires end? How? How about “right now”?

    “Covid recovery Index”

    Except that none of their metrics is scientific or makes any sense. But they’re Science, Experts AND Bankers, for the triple lie.

    Trade Share: goes to show the U.S. and Anglos are nobodies, ripe for the fall, as planned and written about in serial papers since 1979. You’d think US$ would go, but like the Pound, it’s still above 50% and nobody – I mean nobody – trusts the Renminbi.

    “2nd Week in a Row: More Covid Vax Deaths than COVID-19 Deaths in the US (GP)”

    Yes, but facts don’t matter, so… “No they didn’t. You’re a stupid-face.”

    “Four New Discoveries about Safety and Efficacy of COVID Vaccines (DfCE)”

    Proving facts don’t matter ESPECIALLY to doctors.

    “Discovery 4: Rapid Increase Of Spike Protein Antibodies After The Second Injection Of MRNA Vaccines”

    This is why they’re desperate to get the 2nd shot, and why, after the terrible reaction of the 1st shot, so many people are refusing. Or rather just delaying, being unwilling to admit anything, at any time, for any reason, regardless of how obvious it is, to them, by them, with their own direct pain, in their own direct body.

    Denial: not just a river in Egypt. They will DIE rather than be slightly unpopular. And the people arranging it do know that.

    “Could we have an actual scientific discussion?”

    No. Opinions are treason. The only enemy is the truth. Heretics must die.

    Not sure what VDB is up to here. Diamond Princess, almost our first data back in Jan ’20, proved like 80% of the people were actively immune and virtually nothing could cause them to get it. 70yo husbands and wives, trapped in the same cabin: one died, one had no effects. So CLEARLY people are naturally immune: somehow, in some way.

    That goes with his second argument: viruses mutate DOWN, not up, almost universally. He’s claiming the opposite. If 80% are naturally immune, and Delta for instance is LESS dangerous, where’s his support? …I forget, facts don’t matter. Reality is based on popularity now, upvotes on TikTok.

    “Israel Bans Entry to Vaccinated Tourists (JPost)”

    Because vaccines don’t work? Because if they worked, what’s the risk?

    “The infected lawmakers are all fully vaccinated,”

    Because vaccines don’t work?

    “I am quarantining until I test negative,”

    Why? Do you really hate Science that much?

    “2 More Texas Dems Who Fled State to Block GOP Voting Bill Test Positive (NYP)”

    Was it the Babylon Bee that pointed out they were all without masks on a plane? I can’t tell the difference between satire and reality anymore.

    Facebook Says 85% of US Users Are Pro-Vaccine (RT)”

    What was that last year, practically all their users are bots or dead accounts? Since Facebook has never told the truth in their life, why is this the first time?

    “Dumbf—ks, for some reason they trust me.” –The Zuck, back when he used to plaintext the logins then cross-use his users’ passwords. But then FB was designed to measure which of the chicks were a good lay, and with standards like that…! See how schmartz those Yaleees were?

    Short version: “They said it, therefore it’s a lie.” QED. When was the last time I was wrong by saying that? The 90s?

    Moderna: all FAILURES go straight up: Tesla, mRNA, and Hunter’s art career. All SUCCESSES, anyone who does actual work, goes straight down. Openly-rigged, paid-for mining prices for example. Why not? Obviously thieves are not going to rig markets to ruin thieves and strengthen victims, that’s the opposite of the point. So they HAVE to do the #OppositeLand, #AntiLogos. Opposite of reason, sense, and order. So help yourself and re-enforce law with actual consequences and market pricing.

    “Human rights activists, journalists and lawyers across the world have been targeted by authoritarian governments using hacking software sold by the Israeli surveillance company … malware that infects iPhones and Android”

    And when you didn’t demand competition and support all phone, company, platform alternatives, you exposed all of these heroes to gunfire. They are protected behind YOU. You using encrypted mail everywhere. You using 3rd party apps. If there’s only one guy passing encrypted packets, pretty easy to tell he’s the whistleblower/journalist/spy. “If you don’t have anything to hide…” what are you, an infant? Think beyond stupid platitudes for a second. Have principles and a plan. Well nothing I could say could move anyone. Even now, exactly zero people will use Signal or ProtonMail or whatever. “You’re a weirdo theorist who thinks people are reading your mail.” No! I don’t think that any more than your mail. But by not using it you paint a target on Assange, and if I load to cover him, you paint a target on me too to make your life almost infinitesimally more convenient. Now that there’s no journalist, free speech, no my body my choice, more whistle blowers arrested than all administrations combined, they’re droning citizens and arresting non-citizens, elsewhere, worldwide, was it all worth it? You got in that ONE extra ice cream cone before they came for you. You’re Next dum-dum. And they’re after you RIGHT NOW.

    “The Controversial Prosecutor at the Heart of the Julian Assange Case (IC)”

    You mean the case where the only witness they had was a pedophile well-paid by the FBI? I mean, that IS what they do, but…

    “Tribes Are Leading the Way to Remove Dams and Restore Ecosystems (Yes)”

    Good job ending renewable energy. Are you all Republicans or something?

    Mister Roboto

    The City Journal article was excellent and really said it all. The quote at the end is classic:

    Luminaries united on Zoom and YouTube to assure the public that “we’re all in this together.” But we weren’t. When the panic infected the nation’s elite—the modern gentry who profess such concern for the downtrodden—it turned out that they weren’t so different from aristocrats of the past. They were in it for themselves.


    Welcome back Germ.

    oh and this One in three people worldwide lost a job or a business during the lockdowns, and half saw their earnings drop, according to a Gallup poll.

    Reset going well. When is that tracked digital currency coming in – I think the SWIFT payment system should be in soon as the internet goes down and then fires back up again. OMG – I am literally thinking like an alarmist.

    Dr. D

    Cuba: the U.S. needs new collateral to fraudulently 300x hypothecate to keep their crooked system going.

    Problem: I don’t think anyone’s buying it. When your College Liberals are tweeting back, “Need Cuba free now and safe for McDonald’s” perhaps the game is up.

    But what can they do? Leverage is 300:1 on the way up, so it’s easy to power/buy off anyone on earth. If a single “1” vanishes though, leverage says 300 people will be at your desk looking for their payout on lost leverage and collateral. Ticket to hell. Couldn’t happen to nicer guys. I’ll watch.


    When will the viral pandemic be over? ( excess mortality)
    When will there be vaccine herd immunity, (80%)?
    When will there be viral herd immunity?

    The Panic Pandemic
    The United States suffered through two lethal waves of contagion in the past year and a half. The first was a viral pandemic that killed about one in 500 Americans—typically, a person over 75 suffering from other serious conditions. The second, and far more catastrophic, was a moral panic that swept the nation’s guiding institutions.

    The panic was started, as usual, by journalists.

    To keep audiences frightened around the clock, journalists seek out Cassandras with their own incentives for fearmongering: politicians, bureaucrats, activists, academics, and assorted experts who gain publicity, prestige, funding, and power during a crisis.

    For Americans under 70, the probability of surviving a Covid infection was about 99.9 percent,

    ( https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/99/1/20-265892.pdf
    Bulletin of the World Health Organization)

    John Tierney is a contributing editor of City Journal, summer 2021

    Read more …
    Keeping info balanced

    Keeping society open: The endemic solution
    12 July 2021



    The jab is the new shock box


    Another experiment – the results of which were already known. Note that ALL participants would go along with authority at least a fair way into the process but 65% would go all the way. I was pro-authority for the first 2 lockdowns and deferred to their judgment.

    Still a lot to learn it would seem

    madamski cafone

    Someone here mentioned recently that the world seemed to enter a dark crazy cloud around the turn of the century. Why? they wondered.

    While Millennial Fever itself deserbves some credit, and fundamental factors like peak oil, an incontinent Federal Reserve, and climate oscillation deserve mention, something popped out this SM in my bath. (I thought I’d farted at first. 😉 ) Google started business in 1998. With that absurd mission statement crafted for credulous people raised almost entirely on media: Don’t Be Evil. Like FOX’s Fair and Balanced I was aware of google back then, and used it some, but it was a journalist friend of mine who I first heard use the term ‘google’ instead of ‘search’.

    Main point being google itself, 2nd point being me wondering if they didn’t deliberately aggressively market journalism as their core vector spread.

    Oh well. A former Navy cryptologist from WWII told me in 1996 that he didn’t/wouldn/t use the internet because he knew that what can be encrypted can be deciphered, and he valued his privacy. I’ll pervert Nietzche’s famous aphorism for this one: When you look into the abyss, it looks back at you.

    madamski cafone

    I like this:



    The map comparing China vs US in total global trade 2000 vs 2020

    I don’t know how anyone can think the dollar will maintain Reserve Currency status in lieu of that chart.

    I also don’t know how anyone thinks the SWIFT payment system will survive along side the Reserve Currency when the US is exponentially printing near worthless amounts of dollars and issuing treasuries like toilet paper.


    A lot of the debt globally is suppose to be payable in dollars but let’s look at Russia for a moment in comparison to the US financial position.

    Russia dumped all their US treasuries, they have a shite-ton of gold reserves, they have no real foreign debt to speak of, they are fossil fuel energy independent for many many decades, they have uncounted natural reserves on a phenomenal land mass, they are making an amazing number of bi-lateral trade deals without the dollar, and they are actually acting like REAL adults on the world stage because they actually engage in REAL diplomacy,

    The US has NONE of these things going for it.

    If a new global reserve materializes around a gold reserve-digital cypto system, and SWIFT goings tits up, the US doesn’t have a pot to pee in and will be forced to violence and threats with it’s MIC Mafia to get any trade deals going globally. Look at that chart up top, it’s a trend.

    The US giving other countries near worthless, inflated, diluted dollars for their Stuff doesn’t seem like a long term sustainable trend, it seem like the Road to Ruin.

    Mister Roboto

    Uh-oh, looks like Wall Street caught the coronapansy virus!

    madamski cafone

    @ Dr. D

    “That goes with his second argument: viruses mutate DOWN, not up, almost universally. He’s claiming the opposite. If 80% are naturally immune, and Delta for instance is LESS dangerous, where’s his support? …I forget, facts don’t matter. Reality is based on popularity now, upvotes on TikTok.”

    Do you mean Van Der Bossche or the other guy?

    madamski cafone

    The USA/China chart shows that USA is almost over, and China will soon follow. Russia will pick up the pieces, although it will do so in a manner more helpful than not to China, cuz Russia is currently led by a realist.

    Polder Dweller


    “Globalist? Good. Out of the door. Line on the left. One cross each.”

    madamski cafone

    ‘something popped out this SM in my bath’

    AM not SM


    I now look at the whole Corona Plandemic as a Sub-set of the wider financial Scamdemic of Ponzi Fiat ‘money’.

    The world has clearly peaked in fossil fuel production.

    No more rabbits will be pulled out of any hats, ie the North Slope oil, the faux fracking oil con, etc…

    Everything in the world depends on the Master Resource of oil and the demand just keeps going higher while the supply declines.

    Kill off a bunch of people, the demand declines, it’s that straight forward, shed load, period.

    Declining energy will produce enormous Chaos

    The only antidote to this Chaos in the eyes of the Overlords is Control.

    Lots of Control, as close to Total Control as is humanly possible.

    The whole Corona Plandemic is merely a test device in that global control experiment.

    So is cypto currency vs the fiat toilet paper, it’s a global control experiment, a sub-set to the pipe dream of Total Control.

    Currency is merely another abstract form energy.

    The Overlords think that Currency (think electric current) is actually a replacement for oil, an actual real form of energy.

    If the inbred Overlords can ‘print’ near infinite amounts of currency, in their twisted little syphilitic minds they believe they can create real energy to make up the difference in the actual energy output decline sweeping the globe.

    The incestuous Pathocratic Overlords really believe they are Gods!

    Really and Truly!

    Look, We can create Fire out of Nothing!

    With strokes on a keyboard no less, OMG!


    Hi. Long time spectator here and decided that I value this place so much that it was time to get more plugged in.

    Regarding “ I herewith wanted to react to a recent video posted by Dr. Bhakdi” by Mr VanDen Bosche I have to ask, what is his problem? Anybody who genuinely was concerned about the situation we are in would not be shooting down any other senior figures who speak up. He has started arguments with both Bhakdi and Yeadon.

    Regarding his specific arguments, I find it disingenuous from a common sense point of view. So many people hardly get ill at, why is even necessary to discuss whatever pre existing immunity exists?

    Does VDB want the unjustified fear to continue?

    madamski cafone

    Covid vaccination centres vandalised in France

    The official narrative is frayed almost to transparency

    madamski cafone

    “Does VDB want the unjustified fear to continue?”

    My understanding is that VDB has always warned against the use of fraudulent vaccines, not covid itself.


    @ upstateNYer – had an amazing time walking/camping around the SW coast from Marazion to St Ives:

    Simply stunning.


    Off topic fun facts about utube:
    Space bar stops and starts the video.
    K also stops and starts; J rewinds 10 seconds, L forwards 10 seconds.
    > jogs speed up by 25% increments; < downs it.
    [Here’s the best one!] comma backs up one frame, period forwards one frame.
    Number keys advance video by percents: 0= beginning, 5= 50% through, 7= 70%, etc.

    On topic: I thought VDB was all in for the fear factor.
    The computer-generated, lab-cooked spike protein is the real culprit. I sure would like to know how many who succumbed had the flu jab in the fall of 2019.

    Welcome back, Germ!

    TAE Summary

    * NYC is dead and gone. NYC wouldn’t “voom” if you put 4 million volts through it

    * The Virus in all its Glory
    – Fear is the real pandemic
    – The narrative is thin to transparency; Delta virus is more likely to damage and even kill the narrative than the original variant
    – One should quarantine until negative; TAEers have always been negative and so never needed to quarantine
    – Second shot produces a blast of harmful antibodies
    – We’re all in this together but some animals are more in this together than others
    – Wall Street fears the virus; Fauci’s tail drew the third part of the jobs in the US and did cast them to the earth
    – Covid and Homo Saps: The annihilation of population is vaccination
    – Don’t let the PTPB keep you panicked; Think outside the shock box

    * Google: Don’t be evil
    -McDonalds: Make the world safe for us
    – Facebook: We can read your mind and infer your motives

    * The Economy
    – China is ascending, the US is failing up
    – Return to BAU: The assumption of consumption is resumption
    – Federal Reserve is incontinent; Money is not energy; Peak Oil begs Peak People
    – We The People reject The Great Reset and choose the Great Leap Abyssward instead
    – The tribes want to end renewal energy; The European experiment has failed

    * SM in the bath is a mistake: Don’t fifty shades of grey water

    madamski cafone

    “On topic: I thought VDB was all in for the fear factor.
    The computer-generated, lab-cooked spike protein is the real culprit. I sure would like to know how many who succumbed had the flu jab in the fall of 2019.”

    I assume that “all in for the fear factor” implies he’s sensationalizing the issue.

    I don’t see it. I think he genuinely sees potential for enormous death/severe illness counts caused by the clot shot, not from the clotting factor but by the tendency for amplified natural selection to produce extremes, including extremely lethal variants.

    If, as I also have been told, pathogens tend to become more infectious but benign, or less infectious but more malign… my brain’s tired. Maybe someone else will parse this logic out. However, this is what VDB said in this article: “Molecular epidemiologists fully acknowledge that the pandemic is currently evolving Sars-CoV-2 variants that “could be a considerably bigger problem for us than any variants that we currently know in that they might have any combinations of increased transmissibility, altered virulence and/or increased capacity to escape population immunity”

    madamski cafone

    “* SM in the bath is a mistake: Don’t fifty shades of grey water”

    Is nothing sacred to you? 😉


    Global USA China chart
    Stock markets movers must have seen the chart, markets are down
    Too bad, it cannot be blamed on Russia,Russia,Russia, hacking the markets
    This time it must be China,China,China, that hacked the markets.

    Dr. D

    VDB is earnest I believe. His theory does work, and they did have this issue back-when days with trying to get — what call er? — “sterilizing” vaccines? That is, there is no live vaccine nearby that can have any opportunity to mutate? That’s why — and he’s probably right in this — you don’t want to vaccinate in the middle of a pandemic. That’s contrary.

    However, although all theoretically perfect, if it’s true, why doesn’t it happen? Or happen all the time? Humans natural immunity should be pretty similar to vaccinations for selection stress, and despite all that, diseases tend to get less, not more. Hmmm. So waiting/looking on that one.

    I think what’s going to happen will overwhelm the theory: Moderna’s mRNA research failed because the vaccine would over-prime you for the wild variants. So it’s not the “variants” that are getting anybody. If you’re not vaccinated, you’re as fine as before. But then they wouldn’t be able to lie about it and blame the unvaccinated.

    It takes forever, but I think that’s going to sink in when Vit D drops in a month and cases rise. …As in UK (low Vit D) where MORE vaccinated get sick and have bad outcomes than control group. Heaps and yelps of denial, but this is self-selecting. And do or die for The Narrative(TM). But I’ve said that for years and the minute a new murder baby Bush pops up, they can’t worship him/her/it enough.

    Still, doesn’t it seem like they’re losing adherents to The Cult(TM)? Just imagine when broken supply chains — in food not chips — meets heating oil and 25% inflation in the winter.

    On that: dead folks = Deflation. Smashing into money printing = inflation. With a side sauce of discrediting the currency, as everyone races to discredit themselves faster than the others. It’s pretty hard to predict in specific.


    What madness is this?!

    “The American Academy of Pediatrics said Monday everyone older than 2 should wear masks in schools this fall, vaccinated or not.”

    Top Pediatrician Group Recommends In-School Masks for All

    madamski cafone

    @ Dr. D

    This isn’t a vaccine, remember? It doesn’t work like a vaccine although there are close analogies.


    @ Germ

    This madness is called institutionalization. 8 years in jail institutionalizes a person to where they can hardly think outside prison rule/life terms.

    Same with PhDs and MDs etc.


    Scroll down and read some of these testimonies of vaccine adverse reactions.


    And just now announced in the UK:

    Covid vaccine certificates to be compulsory for crowded venues in England
    Ministers hope move for venues such as nightclubs will boost vaccine uptake among young people.”


    madamski cafone

    Does anybody answer simple questions around here? Asking for a friend.

    madamski cafone

    Zoom bets billions on home working continuing in Five9 deal

    Telecommuting will increase provincialism in a spontaneously individual way. Telecommuting steadily erodes the “water cooler” office social effect, a condition that encourages unified groupthink per what The Boss wants. After awhile, gossiping by email grows old. Meanwhile, twhat the neighbor down the street becomes more interesting.

    I’ve seen it here in our apartment complex. When the mandates ended and the masks came off, people became much more gregarious than they were before covid, when everyone lived in private apartment/work/hobby lifestyle bubbles and talked more to SIRI than their neighbors.

    I recall seeing, just a day after the masks came off, a horrifying sight: some nasty blond bitch who suddenly remembered I could see her face, and flashed the most facile phony smile I’ve seen since my last argument with a loan shark. Poor little socionarc was WAY out of practice.

    Talk More Talk

    madamski cafone

    Heavy smoke from raging wildfires covered the Russian city of Yakutsk and 50 other Siberian towns and settlements Sunday, temporarily halting operations at the city’s airport. Russia has been plagued by widespread forest fires, blamed on unusually high temperatures and the neglect of fire safety rules, with the Sakha-Yakutia region in northeastern Siberia being the worst affected.

    Ten years from now, this wil be very fertile, already cleared, tillable soil with generally gentler winters than before except for the exarcerbated oscillation aspect that produces more extremes than not. Still, the range of those extremes will mopve its center point warmer not coller. Siberian farmers can handle heat waves more than condensed colder growing seasons.

    Polder Dweller

    In this episode of Jerm Warfare, Dr Peter McCullough mentions that some of those who participated in the Phase II trials of Pfizer and were injected last summer are now presenting neurological disorders. Has anyone heard any more about this? I’ve tried searching but only found cases linked to Covid or “success” stories.

    madamski cafone

    Two dams in China’s Inner Mongolia collapse after torrential rain

    And so forth. Covid killed Trump’s presidency because it wasn’t human politics but wild (if cultivated so) pathogens. Weather will kill many leaderships per the same logic: weather doesn’t respond to speeches, flag-waving, or internet algorithms any more than aerosol viruses.

    Dubya wasn’t doing too bad until Katrina, iirc.

    John Day

    @Oxymoron, from last Thursday” Sorry you are in the throes of winter. I misjudged the severity of your winter.
    That is a remarkably good solar food dehydrator you have and sent the link, with construction plans and specifics.

    Alas, I am involved in much more primary activities. It took me 7 hours to mow the 4/5 acre this weekend, and very hard mowing it was, due to grass thickness, density and wetness. Under easy conditions, I am done in a little under 4 hours, and never have to push hard, or push-pull-push-pull-push-pull for hours. I have a picture of the mowed area around the Mexican-avocado orchard (replanted in March-April after February deep-freeze). Im trying to catch up on reading to make a post.
    I really worked Friday-Sunday.


    Indeed, and here he objects to someone refuting that.

    And regarding his objections to these vaccines it seems he is mostly arguing about ADE. Isn’t this rather a distraction from all the clotting issues leading to all kinds of heart attacks and strokes etc? I went through the data on EudraVigilence for fatalities and it’s shocking…. Report after report after report, 1000s of them.

    Clotting has been a known issue with mRNA vaccines. So although ADE may indeed become a thing, right now the focus must be on the causes of today’s injuries. We should not misdirect people’s attention to potential future problems when we have enough right now.

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