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Child Deaths Are 52% Higher Since They Were Offered The Covid-19 Vaccine (TE)
White House Details Plan To “Quickly” Vaccinate 28M Children Age 5-11 (ZH)
Pfizer, Moderna to Rake in $93 Billion in 2022 COVID Vaccine Sales (CHD)
Adenovirus Covid-19 Vaccine Shows Lower But ‘Stable’ Immunity (RT)
Repositioning Ivermectin For Covid-19 Treatment (SD)
The FDA’s War Against The Truth On Ivermectin (AIER)
Washington State Patrol Staff Shortage, Officers Quit Over Vaccine Mandate (RT)
Why Are Thousands Of Postal Workers Still Unvaxxed? (WND)
Djokovic Claims It Would Be ‘Inappropriate’ To Say If He Is Vaccinated (RT)
Dewey, Cheat’em And Howe (Denninger)
“The Bidens”: Is the First Family Corrupt, or Merely Crazy? (Taibbi)
Hillary’s Secretive, Russiagate-Flogging Pair of Super-Lawyers (Maté)
The Killing Of Gaddafi 10 Years Ago Led To The Death Of The Nation Of Libya (RT)

 

 

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Child Deaths Are 52% Higher Since They Were Offered The Covid-19 Vaccine (TE)

Chris Whitty advised the UK Government to roll-out the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine to all children over the age of 12 in week 37 of 2021. Thanks to preparations already being made by the NHS to intrude on education in schools and administer the jab to children the programme got underway the following week (week 38). Official Office for National Statistics (ONS) data shows that between week 38 and week 40, the five-year-average number of deaths occurring among children aged between 10 and 14 was 17. However, the latest data available from the ONS shows that between week 38 and week 40, the number of deaths occurring among children aged between 10 and 14 was 26. This represents a 52% increase on the five-year average.

Sixteen of those deaths were among boys, representing a 60% increase on the five-year-average in which there had been 10 deaths among boys between week 38 and week 40. Whilst 10 of those deaths were among girls, representing a 43% increase on the five-year-average in which there had been 7 deaths among girls between week 38 and week 40. What’s even more concerning about the above numbers though is that deaths among children aged between 10 and 14 were significantly lower than the five-year-average up to the point Chris Whitty advised the Government to offer all children over the age of 12 a Covid-19 vaccine.

Official Office for National Statistics (ONS) data shows that between week 1 and week 37, the five-year-average number of deaths occurring among children aged between 10 and 14 was 207. However, the 2021 dataset from the ONS shows that between week 1 and week 37 of 2021 there were just 178 deaths among children aged between 10 and 14. This means deaths among children aged week 10 and 14 were 14% down on the five-year-average prior to being offered the Covid-19 injection.

However, it is known that children deemed to be vulnerable to Covid-19 due to certain underlying conditions were already being offered a Covid-19 injection prior to Chris Whitty’s decision to overrule the JCVI and offer the jab to all healthy children. [..] we assessed the numbers from the ONS five-year-average dataset on deaths (found here) and the ONS 2021 dataset on deaths and discovered that there had also been a notable increase in deaths among children since vulnerable kids had first been given the Covid-19 vaccine. We’ve compiled the following table on the ONS data:

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Child Deaths Are 52% Higher?! Let’s jab all the kids.

White House Details Plan To “Quickly” Vaccinate 28M Children Age 5-11 (ZH)

The Biden administration on Wednesday unveiled its plan to ‘quickly’ vaccinate roughly 28 million children age 5-11, pending authorization from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The jab – which doesn’t prevent transmission of Covid-19 will be available at pediatricians, local pharmacies, and possibly even at schools, according to the White House, which expects FDA authorization of the Pfizer shot for children – the least likely to fall seriously ill or die from the virus, in a matter of weeks, according to the Associated Press. “Federal regulators will meet over the next two weeks to weigh the benefits of giving shots to kids, after lengthy studies meant to ensure the safety of the vaccines. Within hours of formal approval, expected after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisory meeting scheduled for Nov. 2-3, doses will begin shipping to providers across the country, along with smaller needles necessary for injecting young kids, and within days will be ready to go into the arms of kids on a wide scale”. -AP


According to the announcement, the White House has secured enough to supply more than 25,000 doses for pediatricians and primary care physicians who have already signed up to deliver the vaccine, while the country now has enough Pfizer vaccine to jab roughly 28 million kids who will soon be eligible, meaning this won’t be a slow roll-out like we saw 10 months ago when doses and capacity issues meant adults had to wait. Meanwhile, the White House is rolling out an ‘advertising’ campaign to convince parents and kids that the vaccine is safe and effective. According to the report, “the administration believes trusted messengers — educators, doctors, and community leaders — will be vital to encouraging vaccinations.” “COVID has also disrupted our kids lives. It’s made school harder, it’s disrupted their ability to see friends and family, it’s made youth sports more challenging,” said surgeon general Dr. Vivek Murthy in a Wednesday statement to NBC. “Getting our kids vaccinated, we have the prospect of protecting them, but also getting all of those activities back that are so important to our children.”

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Why jab the kids? Well…

Pfizer, Moderna to Rake in $93 Billion in 2022 COVID Vaccine Sales (CHD)

Vaccine makers Pfizer and Moderna are projected to generate combined sales of $93.2 billion in 2022 nearly twice the amount they’re expected to rake in this year, said Airfinity, a health data analytics group. Airfinity put total market sales for COVID vaccines in 2022 at $124 billion, according to the Financial Times. Pfizer vaccine sales are predicted to reach $54.5 billion in 2022, and Moderna’s will hit $38.7 billion. The estimates blow the earlier figures — $23.6 billion for Pfizer and $20 billion for Moderna — out of the water. “The numbers are unprecedented,” Rasmus Beck Hansen, CEO of Airfinity, told the Financial Times. Sales of the mRNA shots will continue to rise in 2022 due to boosters and countries stockpiling to ward off variants, Airfinity said.

Pfizer will generate 64% of its sales, and Moderna 75% of its sales, from high-income countries in 2022, the analysts predicted. In April, Pfizer predicted 2021 COVID vaccine sales of $26 billion. After second-quarter results were reported, Pfizer upped the figure to $33.5 billion. Bernstein analyst Ronny Gal said the company could ring up an additional $10 billion in vaccine sales in 2021. Gal wrote: “The numbers are going to be much higher. The guidance of $33.5B reflects contracts signed to today which reflect total commitment to sell 2.1 million doses (at average price of $15.95). Pfizer notes they expect to manufacture 3 million doses. Presumably much of those will be sold as well, albeit at lower average price as consumption shifts to emerging markets. This is probably another $10 billion.”

“The second quarter was remarkable in a number of ways,” Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said. “Most visibly, the speed and efficiency of our efforts with BioNTech to help vaccinate the world against COVID-19 have been unprecedented, with now more than a billion doses of BNT162b2 having been delivered globally.” On a conference call, Bourla said that while “it’s very early to speak” about the company’s sales expectations for next year, he put Pfizer’s 2022 production capacity at 4 billion doses.

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“..mRNA jabs’ initially higher number of antibodies “declines sharply” over the same period..”

Adenovirus Covid-19 Vaccine Shows Lower But ‘Stable’ Immunity (RT)

Different effects of the world’s Covid injection types are revealed in new study that shines light on ‘Adenovirus v mRNA’ debate The one-shot adenovirus J&J Covid-19 vaccine provides stable but low-level immunity that stays for months, a new study has found, while mRNA jabs’ initially higher number of antibodies “declines sharply” over the same period. An immune response induced by Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen adenovirus vaccine appears to show “minimal-to-no evidence of decline” over eight months, the fresh study in the US reports, detailing the dynamics of the antibody response in the “follow-up period” after immunizations with each of the three American vaccines.

Apparently, Pfizer and Moderna cannot boast a similar durability in their mRNA vaccines’ efficacy, the study shows. Antibody titer levels (a term of measurement) elicited by both of them tend to decline “sharply by six months after vaccination” and fall even further by eight months, according to the data collected by the specialists from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The two mRNA vaccines apparently still greatly outperform the one-shot Johnson & Johnson jab during the “peak immunity” period, between two and four weeks after full immunization, the study admits. In the long run, however, they quickly lose their sizeable lead in efficacy and eventually land at the same antibody response level as that of the Johnson & Johnson jab based on the adenovirus vector principle – the same as the ones used by the UK’s AstraZeneca and by Russia’s Sputnik V.

The study also demonstrated that the Johnson & Johnson jab supposedly even somewhat outperforms both mRNA vaccines when it comes to antibody responses eight months after full immunization. Its live-virus neutralizing antibody response and a certain type of T-cell response appeared to be higher than those of Pfizer and Moderna jabs at that time. Whether it is indeed better in the long run is difficult to ascertain, though, since the data obtained from just over 60 participants, including only eight immunized with a Johnson & Johnson jab, appear to be somewhat “lacking,” Maxim Skulachev, a leading research associate at the Belozersky Institute at Moscow State University (MSU), believes.

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“..a marked reduction of 93% of released virion and 99.98% unreleased virion levels upon administration of IVM..”

Repositioning Ivermectin For Covid-19 Treatment (SD)

Drug repositioning is a useful and effective idea for Covid-19 antiviral discovery. • Ivermectin has proven effective for HIV-1, Adenovirus, Influenza virus, SARS-CoV, and many more, in the past.• Due to genomic similarity between SARS-CoV-2 and the SARS-CoV, the role of the IMPα/β1 complex for viral protein (NSP12-RdRp) shuttling between the nucleus and cytoplasm holds great potential. • Ivermectin also exhibits great potential in reducing SARS-CoV-2 viral replication via numerous modes of action, such as the disruption of the Importin heterodimer complex (IMPα/β1)

Ivermectin (IVM) is an FDA approved macrocyclic lactone compound traditionally used to treat parasitic infestations and has shown to have antiviral potential from previous in-vitro studies. Currently, IVM is commercially available as a veterinary drug but have also been applied in humans to treat onchocerciasis (river blindness – a parasitic worm infection) and strongyloidiasis (a roundworm/nematode infection). In light of the recent pandemic, the repurposing of IVM to combat SARS-CoV-2 has acquired significant attention. Recently, IVM has been proven effective in numerous in-silico and molecular biology experiments against the infection in mammalian cells and human cohort studies. One promising study had reported a marked reduction of 93% of released virion and 99.98% unreleased virion levels upon administration of IVM to Vero-hSLAM cells.

IVM’s mode of action centres around the inhibition of the cytoplasmic-nuclear shuttling of viral proteins by disrupting the Importin heterodimer complex (IMPα/β1) and downregulating STAT3, thereby effectively reducing the cytokine storm. Furthermore, the ability of IVM to block the active sites of viral 3CLpro and S protein, disrupts important machinery such as viral replication and attachment. This review compiles all the molecular evidence to date, in review of the antiviral characteristics exhibited by IVM. Thereafter, we discuss IVM’s mechanism and highlight the clinical advantages that could potentially contribute towards disabling the viral replication of SARS-CoV-2. In summary, the collective review of recent efforts suggests that IVM has a prophylactic effect and would be a strong candidate for clinical trials to treat SARS-CoV-2.

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“The FDA waits for a deep-pocketed sponsor to present a comprehensive package that justifies the approval of a new drug or a new use of an existing drug.”

The FDA’s War Against The Truth On Ivermectin (AIER)

The FDA judges all drugs as guilty until proven, to the FDA’s satisfaction, both safe and efficacious. By what process does this happen? The FDA waits for a deep-pocketed sponsor to present a comprehensive package that justifies the approval of a new drug or a new use of an existing drug. For a drug like ivermectin, long since generic, a sponsor may never show up. The reason is not that the drug is ineffective; rather, the reason is that any expenditures used to secure approval for that new use will help other generic manufacturers that haven’t invested a dime. Due to generic drug substitution rules at pharmacies, Merck could spend millions of dollars to get a Covid-19 indication for ivermectin and then effectively get zero return. What company would ever make that investment?

With no sponsor, there is no new FDA-approved indication and, therefore, no official recognition of ivermectin’s value. Was the FDA’s warning against ivermectin based on science? No. It was based on process. Like a typical bureaucrat, the FDA won’t recommend the use of ivermectin because, while it might help patients, such a recommendation would violate its processes. The FDA needs boxes checked off in the right order. If a sponsor never shows up and the boxes aren’t checked off, the FDA’s standard approach is to tell Americans to stay away from the drug because it might be dangerous or ineffective. Sometimes the FDA is too enthusiastic and these warnings are, frankly, alarming. Guilty until proven innocent.

There are two reasons that Merck would warn against ivermectin usage, essentially throwing its own drug under the bus. Once they are marketed, doctors can prescribe drugs for uses not specifically approved by the FDA. Such usage is called off-label. Using ivermectin for Covid-19 is considered off-label because that use is not specifically listed on ivermectin’s FDA-approved label. While off-label prescribing is widespread and completely legal, it is illegal for a pharmaceutical company to promote that use. Doctors can use drugs for off-label uses and drug companies can supply them with product. But heaven forbid that companies encourage, support, or promote off-label prescribing. The fines for doing so are outrageous.

During a particularly vigorous two-year period, the Justice Department collected over $6 billion from drug companies for off-label promotion cases. Merck’s lawyers haven’t forgotten that lesson. Another reason for Merck to discount ivermectin’s efficacy is a result of marketing strategy. Ivermectin is an old, cheap, off-patent drug. Merck will never make much money from ivermectin sales. Drug companies aren’t looking to spruce up last year’s winners; they want new winners with long patent lives. Not coincidentally, Merck recently released the clinical results for its new Covid-19 fighter, molnupiravir, which has shown a 50% reduction in the risk of hospitalization and death among high-risk, unvaccinated adults. Analysts are predicting multi-billion-dollar sales for molnupiravir.

While we can all be happy that Merck has developed a new therapeutic that can keep us safe from the ravages of Covid-19, we should realize that the FDA’s rules give companies an incentive to focus on newer drugs while ignoring older ones. Ivermectin may or may not be a miracle drug for Covid-19. The FDA doesn’t want us to learn the truth. The FDA spreads lies and alarms Americans while preventing drug companies from providing us with scientific explorations of existing, promising, generic drugs.

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“..The former officers laid their boots and hats on the steps of the Capitol building in a stunt meant to represent “what the state’s lost..“

Washington State Patrol Staff Shortage, Officers Quit Over Vaccine Mandate (RT)

Some 127 Washington State Patrol employees, more than half of them officers, were terminated after a vaccination deadline passed this week, with the force now bracing for staff shortage in critical areas and major costs. 74 commissioned officers – including 67 troopers, six sergeants and a captain – as well as 53 civil servants were “separated from employment” as they missed the October 18 deadline to provide proof of vaccination, the Washington State Patrol (WSP) reported earlier this week. The WSP stated that the employees quit the force “for varying reasons and in varying ways,” with chief John R. Batiste declaring that “we will miss every one of them.” “I extend a hardy thanks to those who are leaving the agency. I truly wish that you were staying with us,” he said.

The mass exodus from the 2,200-strong force is set to put a strain on the depleted ranks. Speaking to the Oregonian, WSP spokesman Chris Loftis said that in some cases, such as vehicle collisions that result in no casualties or obstruction to traffic, the affected drivers might be told to figure out the incident on their own and “clear the area rather than wait for a trooper to show up,” as would happen under normal circumstances Some employees fired over the vaccine requirement successfully received exemptions from the order, but that did not prevent them from being terminated. Loftis said that over 400 people were granted such exemptions, but not all of them were offered alternative employment due to the nature of the agency’s work. Still, he stressed that the 74 troopers that were effectively forced out “were people that we knew and cared about.”

This wasn’t a situation where 74 troopers left one day because they did something bad – they left in standing opposition to the vaccine mandate, based on their personal principles and convictions. Some of the terminated troopers turned out at the state Capitol on Tuesday in a symbolic protest against the mandate. The former officers laid their boots and hats on the steps of the Capitol building in a stunt meant to represent “what the state’s lost,” one of the participants, ex-trooper Bill Jordan, told local media. Jordan claimed that he received a religious exemption from the mandate, but WSP failed to accommodate him regardless. While Loftis said that the agency would step up its recruitment efforts by filling up new academy classes, the training of would-be troopers will come with a hefty price tag.

It is estimated that the mass exodus could cost taxpayers some $12.4 million, as about $168,000 per year is needed to train just a single cadet – the WSP has lost 67. The Washington State Patrol has not been the only agency to see resistance from state employees to compulsory vaccination orders. More than 1,800 workers in Washington state have been fired, resigned or retired due to the mandate, according to official data released on Tuesday. This amounts to about 3% of the state’s workforce that falls under the mandate, and those numbers could yet rise, as the cases of some 2,887 state employees are still pending.

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“They don’t have to. They have friends in the White House.”

Why Are Thousands Of Postal Workers Still Unvaxxed? (WND)

After spending several futile hours rummaging through media accounts and the United States Postal Service (USPS) website, I still had no answer to the question I set out to address: Are postal workers subject to a vaccine mandate? Wanting the straight skinny, I decided not to call USPS headquarters but to visit a facility and talk to the workers loading and unloading mail. To my good fortune I found a well-spoken, straightforward supervisor who told me, through his mask, what I wanted to know. “We are encouraged to get vaccinated, but we do not face a vaccine mandate like the military does,” he volunteered. “But,” he added helpfully, “we do have an indoor mask mandate.”

Two questions emerge from this encounter. The first is: Why are postal workers exempt from a mandate that is stripping other public service entities, including the military, of thousands of needed personnel? The second, why did I have to ask a postal worker to get the truth? The answer to the second question is the easier of the two – the media don’t want you to know. In mid-September there was a flurry of questions around the status of the USPS. On Sept. 16, the USA Today fact checker put those questions to rest. On that same day, the USPS put out an impressively ambiguous statement on COVID-19 vaccines. After much self-serving blather about the hard work of its 650,000 employees, management concluded:

“We are working closely with our union leadership so that once OSHA’s COVID-19 Vaccination Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) is issued we can move quickly to determine its applicability to our employees and how best to implement.” Translation: “We are in no big hurry.” The ETS represents the fulfillment of President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 Action Plan announced on Sept. 9. The OSHA ETS runs a perversely long 44 pages and includes any number of useless admonitions, such as: “An employer with one or more employees working in a physical location controlled by another employer must notify the controlling employer when those employees are exposed to conditions at that location that do not meet the requirements of this section.”

On Oct. 12, OSHA submitted the ETS to the White House’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs for approval, which is where it stands as of this writing. USPS brass might argue that their hands are tied until the OSHA ETS is formalized, but unlike many private and public employers, they are making no obvious efforts to prepare their workers for this eventuality. They don’t have to. They have friends in the White House.

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“People go too far these days in taking the liberty to ask questions and judge a person. “Whatever you say – ‘yes, no, maybe, I am thinking about it’ – they will take advantage.”

Djokovic Claims It Would Be ‘Inappropriate’ To Say If He Is Vaccinated (RT)

Novak Djokovic says people are “taking the liberty” to ask questions about vaccine status and “judge a person”, speaking as an Australian head of government warned that unvaccinated players will face a struggle to receive visas. World number one Djokovic has repeatedly expressed his reservations about players being pressured to take a Covid jab, and the reigning Australian Open champion insists his decision is a “private matter” amid a string of controversies surrounding the likes of NBA star Kyrie Irving, who has been left out by the Brooklyn Nets because he is not vaccinated. Djokovic rival Stefanos Tsitsipas found himself at the center of a political row after he made a wide range of remarks about Covid and vaccines, and the Greek – whose own government seemed to distance themselves from views which appeared to include a suggestion that spreading the virus could have positive effects – now appears to be willing to be vaccinated.


Russian contender Andrey Rublev has become the latest player to drop their apparent reluctance because of the logistical issues not being vaccinated could cause, but Djokovic is yet to openly say he has had the treatment. “Things being as they are, I still don’t know if I will go to Melbourne,” Djokovic told Blic, speaking ahead of a first Grand Slam of the year in January which is likely to take place under tight restrictions. “I will not reveal my status, whether I have been vaccinated or not – it is a private matter and an inappropriate inquiry. “People go too far these days in taking the liberty to ask questions and judge a person. “Whatever you say – ‘yes, no, maybe, I am thinking about it’ – they will take advantage.”

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“If you mandate, as a private employer, “vaccination” against Covid-19 any and all adverse events as a result of said jabs are now chargeable to you..”

Dewey, Cheat’em And Howe (Denninger)

Oh, you’re a woke-poke employer eh? You think hiding behind OSHA — or the threat to issue a mandate by the government — in some way prevents you from being liable for injuries and/or deaths related to the vaccines? Uh, how would you like to defend that position in court given all of the following are true: The PREP act has no provision giving you legal immunity and cannot be amended by executive order as it is law, so you would need both houses of Congress to pass such a thing — and they have not. The producing firms and health care providers are immune from damages under that same PREP Act. Therefore under the general principle of joint and several liability guess who gets all of it: You do. You could have tried to claim that the Federal Government refused liability (and got away with it) for direct employees, and that would have been a pretty decent argument….. except, oops, that just went up in a puff of smoke.

“The Federal Employees’ Compensation Act (FECA) covers injuries that occur in the performance of duty. The FECA does not generally authorize provision of preventive measures such as vaccines and inoculations, and in general, preventive treatment is a responsibility of the employing agency under the provisions of 5 U.S.C. 7901. However, care can be authorized by OWCP for complications of preventive measures which are provided or sponsored by the agency, such as adverse reaction to prophylactic immunization. See PM 3-0400.7(a). Further, deleterious effects of medical services furnished by the employing establishment are generally considered to fall within the performance of duty. These services include preventive programs relating to health. See PM 2-0804.19. However, this executive order now makes COVID-19 vaccination a requirement of most Federal employment. As such, employees impacted by this mandate who receive required COVID-19 vaccinations on or after the date of the executive order may be afforded coverage under the FECA for any adverse reactions to the vaccine itself, and for any injuries sustained while obtaining the vaccination.”

Oops. If you mandate, as a private employer, “vaccination” against Covid-19 any and all adverse events as a result of said jabs are now chargeable to you, as the Federal Government itself has deemed that “mandated” vaccinations are indeed injuries that occurred while performing the job in question, irrespective of where the jab took place. Oh by the way your insurance firm has likely inserted a “pandemic exemption” into your liability coverage. That’s shown up in a whole lot of those policies over the last year or so, and it’s odds-on that’s the case for you as well. Incidentally there is plenty of evidence that these jabs will be eventually found to be responsible for a whole host of serious problems, and those do not end within a couple of weeks of the jab itself.

Indeed, the evidence is mounting rapidly (see the all-cause “excess death” rates for various age groups, particularly cardiac and circulatory related, among young people now showing up in places like Scotland and England for examples) that there is a causal link between both strokes and heart attacks. I remind you that the FDA and pharmaceutical industry claimed, not all that long ago, that no such link existed for Vioxx. It was only after about 60,000 Americans had heart attacks and died, and several hundred thousand had non-fatal heart problems caused by it, that it was withdrawn from the market — five years later. Moderna and Pfizer may be immune from lawsuit but you are not, and further, the precedent by the Federal Government itself now exists based on their own public statement that if an employee gets screwed by the jab you demanded they take you’re on the hook whether that injury is evident five minutes afterward or five years later. Good luck *******s; you just got ****ed and it couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch.

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“..one somehow feels bad for Hunter Biden. He’s not just a wreck, but a wreck with spectacularly bad luck.”

“The Bidens”: Is the First Family Corrupt, or Merely Crazy? (Taibbi)

Schreckinger is young, and The Bidens was clearly written in a bit of a hurry, but he’s a skilled storyteller. The initial framing is clever, with a first first chapter titled, “Chekhov’s Laptop,” a reference to Russian playwright’s famous dictum that “if in the first act you have hung a pistol on the wall, then in the following one it should be fired.” Having primed the reader to look for that metaphorical gun on the wall, he opens with a scene that’s bananas even by the outré standards of first son Hunter Biden’s “tumultuous” life. Hunter in October of 2018 had gotten in an argument with his then-girlfriend, Hallie, who according to the funhouse physics of the first family was of course the widow of his late brother Beau.

In the course of that dispute, Hallie had taken his .38 revolver and thrown it out of Hunter’s pickup truck (a pickup truck?) into a trash can outside “Janssen’s, a high-end grocery store near Wilmington the family had long frequented.” When Hunter found out the gun was gone, he chivalrously sent Hallie back into the trash to get it. This turns out to be the first of many moments in The Bidens where despite a seemingly tireless instinct for indulgent selfishness, and a maximally unattractive profile as the coddled scion of political privilege, one somehow feels bad for Hunter Biden. He’s not just a wreck, but a wreck with spectacularly bad luck. In this case, not only has his dead brother’s widow taken advantage of his trusting nature and thrown away his pistol (the one a person with his recreational leanings probably shouldn’t have anyway, but does, and moreover has left unattended), she picked the one bin that’s both across the street from a high school and in a spot where an old man hunting for recyclables somehow finds it.

Now the thing is missing and poor Hunter, who if nothing else has a keen sense of his own potential for disaster, must be imagining the worst, which in his family is likely a headline: Boy, 13, Uses Gun Registered to Dickhead Senator’s Son to Kill Parents, Neighbor, Dog, Self. The Delaware State Police are called, the FBI for some instantly suspicious reason also shows up, the Secret Service also reportedly appears at the store where Hunter bought the gun (I say reportedly because the Secret Service denies this, the first of many details in The Bidens that ends up receding in a fog of conflicting accounts), and the ATF even makes an appearance. The gun was eventually found after a few days, when the old man turned it in. By that point Hunter had already skipped town and begun setting in motion a preposterous chain of events that have ramifications in national politics to the present day.

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If a country is not capable of digging up the truth in matters like this (and the Bidens), it is a failed nation.

Hillary’s Secretive, Russiagate-Flogging Pair of Super-Lawyers (Maté)

The indictment of Hillary Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann for allegedly lying to the FBI sheds new light on the pivotal role of Democratic operatives in the Russiagate affair. The emerging picture shows Sussmann and his Perkins Coie colleague Marc Elias, the chief counsel for Clinton’s 2016 campaign, proceeding on parallel, coordinated tracks to solicit and spread disinformation tying Donald Trump to the Kremlin. In a detailed charging document last month, Special Counsel John Durham accused Sussmann of concealing his work for the Clinton campaign while trying to sell the FBI on the false claim of a secret Trump backchannel to Russia’s Alfa Bank. But Sussmann’s alleged false statement to the FBI in September 2016 wasn’t all. Just months before, he helped generate an even more consequential Russia allegation that he also brought to the FBI.

In April of that year, Sussmann hired CrowdStrike, the cybersecurity firm that publicly triggered the Russiagate saga by lodging the still unproven claim that Russia was behind the hack of Democratic National Committee emails released by WikiLeaks. At the time, CrowdStrike was not the only Clinton campaign contractor focusing on Russia. Just days before Sussmann hired CrowdStrike in April, his partner Elias retained the opposition research firm Fusion GPS to dig up dirt on Trump and the Kremlin. These two Clinton campaign contractors, working directly for two Clinton campaign attorneys, would go on to play highly consequential roles in the ensuing multi-year Russia investigation. Working secretly for the Clinton campaign, Fusion GPS planted Trump-Russia conspiracy theories in the FBI and US media via its subcontractor, former British spy Christopher Steele.

The FBI used the Fusion GPS’s now debunked “Steele dossier” for investigative leads and multiple surveillance applications putatively targeting Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page. CrowdStrike, reporting to Sussmann, also proved critical to the FBI’s work. Rather than examine the DNC servers for itself, the FBI relied on CrowdStrike’s forensics as mediated by Sussmann. The FBI’s odd relationship with the two Democratic Party contractors gave Sussmann and Elias unprecedented influence over a high-stakes national security scandal that upended U.S. politics and ensnared their political opponents. By hiring CrowdStrike and Fusion GPS, the Perkins Coie lawyers helped define the Trump-Russia narrative and impact the flow of information to the highest reaches of U.S. intelligence agencies.

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“Libyans enjoyed free healthcare, free education, and a high standard of living.”

“We came, we saw, he died,” she said.

The Killing Of Gaddafi 10 Years Ago Led To The Death Of The Nation Of Libya (RT)

During his 42 years in power, he increased the country’s literacy rate from 25% to 88%. Libyans enjoyed free healthcare, free education, and a high standard of living. Basic necessities such as electricity and gas were cheap, and the country was guaranteed a strong social safety net and welfare programs. Libya is 90% desert. Gaddafi sought to provide fresh water to all Libyans for consumption and agriculture – an endeavor in which he succeeded. He built the world’s largest irrigation project, the ‘Great Man-Made River’ in the 1980s. Boasting the world’s largest pipe network, it provides 70% of all the fresh water in Libya. Gaddafi called it the “Eighth Wonder of the World”. Costing over $25 billion, the project was entirely self-financed, without any loans or credits from foreign banks. Libya had grown to be a very wealthy country and had no external debt. NATO bombed the Great Man-Made River in July 2011, destroying key civilian infrastructure: a war crime.

[..] Instead of an abundance of water, gold and oil in a thriving country with great infrastructure, Libya now has open slave-trade markets. Smugglers and human traffickers take advantage of migrants and refugees passing through to Europe, selling them off into bondage. Rival tribes and political factions fight over oil and other precious resources, determined to seize power for themselves. Meanwhile, pockets of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS), Al-Qaeda and other jihadist fighters lurk in the shadows, plaguing the war-torn country and its neighbors – groups who wouldn’t have dared establish a presence in Gaddafi’s Libya. Once a prosperous nation, since his fall, it has been taken over by terrorists, opportunists and thieves, and has plunged into chaos. This is what has become of Libya these last 10 years. This is what NATO created.

[..] In the 1970s, he tried to merge Libya with Egypt and Syria to form a unified Arab state. In 2009, he proposed that African nations adopt a single currency: the gold dinar. The Libyan Central Bank, which was 100% state-owned, had reserves of 144 tons of gold that he intended to use for this purpose. Gaddafi proposed that African countries buy and sell their resources exclusively in this new pan-African currency. This would enable them to transition away from the US dollar and the Central Africa (CFA) franc – a colonial currency used in 14 countries and controlled entirely by France. This was Gaddafi’s biggest sin. In wanting African nations to adopt a single currency, to control their own resources and have true independence, he posed a threat to Western monetary hegemony, so he had to go.

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    Pablo Picasso Man with arms crossed 1909   • Child Deaths Are 52% Higher Since They Were Offered The Covid-19 Vaccine (TE) • White House Details
    [See the full post at: Debt Rattle October 21 2021]

    #90478
    Germ
    Participant

    Pfizer/Merck

    Suckers!

    “No 10 has made deals to buy hundreds of thousands of doses of two new antiviral treatments for coronavirus”

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/oct/20/no-10-to-buy-new-antiviral-treatments-for-covid-in-time-for-winter

    #90481
    Germ
    Participant

    “As the military surveillance firm and NATO contractor Thales recently put it, vaccine passports “are a precursor to digital ID wallets.” ”

    And as the CEO of iProove, a biometric ID company and Homeland Security contractor, emphasized to Forbes, “The evolution of vaccine certificates will actually drive the whole field of digital ID in the future. So, therefore, this is not just about Covid, this is about something even bigger.”

    Public health or private wealth? How digital vaccine passports pave way for unprecedented surveillance capitalism

    #90482
    Germ
    Participant

    Bells Palsy – oh yes, it happens.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7897359/

    #90483
    Germ
    Participant

    Blackmail, – and the face of evil …

    #90485
    Germ
    Participant

    “Rare” LOL

    “FDA Delays Moderna Covid-19 Vaccine for Adolescents to Review Rare Myocarditis Side Effect”

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/fda-delays-moderna-covid-19-vaccine-for-adolescents-to-review-rare-myocarditis-side-effect-11634315159

    #90486
    Germ
    Participant

    Singapore hospitals risk being ‘overwhelmed’ after record daily Covid deaths

    “More than 80% of Singapore’s total population has been vaccinated against the virus.” –

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/oct/21/singapore-hospitals-risk-being-overwhelmed-after-record-daily-covid-deaths

    Confirmation – this shit don’t work.

    #90487
    Germ
    Participant
    #90488
    Germ
    Participant

    “males of all ages had myocarditis occur at 0.64 cases per 100,000 persons after the first dose and 3.83 cases per 100,000 after the second dose — with the incidence increasing to 1.34 and 15.07 per 100,000 after the first and second doses, respectively, for teenage boys ages 16 to 19.”

    https://www.medpagetoday.com/infectiousdisease/covid19vaccine/94892

    Totally NORMAL – and “Rare”.

    #90492
    oxymoron
    Participant

    So now I can’t go to the town library to borrow books or movies for my children or myself as I am unvaccinated.
    I liked reading to my 3 yo boy at the library but now I’m going more local – my front yard.

    Collapse is a bit of a drag

    #90493
    oxymoron
    Participant

    Also thanks to Michael Reid re the link to Gail Tvalberg piece. It was a detailed and thorough look at what most of us know is going on u der the human pyramid scheme.
    The Haber Bosch process would add the relevant detail and reveal the devil within. I also noted the supply chain shortage list for US supermarkets included soda and soft drinks. The reason given was issues of supply at fertiliser companies and plants. They mentioned CO2 but I suspect more broad issues.
    Also thanks to TamHob re support – I’m doing okay but fear I will get caught existing sooner or later. I’ve taken it up with God though and He seems cool with it for now.

    #90494
    Germ
    Participant

    Iain Davis Dissects the Pseudopandemic with James Corbett

    https://odysee.com/@corbettreport:0/davis-pseudopandemic-720p:0

    #90495
    teri
    Participant

    @ Ilargi,

    Thank you for posting the article about Libya.

    Back when the US and France first decided to invade (“Responsibility to Protect” or R2P, they called their “kinetic action”), I was keeping an on-line blog. I could not stop myself from poring over the news and writing about what we were doing there almost daily. To say I was horrified is an gross understatement. It made my heart hurt. It still does.

    Amnesty International France went to the UN and claimed that Gaddafi was feeding his soldiers Viagra so they would rape women. The UN agreed to the invasion “to protect civilians” and NATO formed a coalition to install a no-fly zone over Libya. They were going to bomb the Libyan Air Force so Gaddafi did not have planes with which to fight back and then arrest Gaddafi and put him on “trial”. That’s what the coalition said, anyway.

    Then the bombing started and when Amnesty International saw what the coalition forces were doing – all those war crimes and thousands of innocent people being blown up – they went back to the UN and changed their story. Oops, they said, they had gotten some bad information. Gaddafi wasn’t actually giving Viagra to his troops, he wasn’t actually killing his own people, and the “rebels” who were rising up against him weren’t actually native Libyans but appeared to be imports who were being paid to instigate dissatisfaction within the population. It was all just rumors that Amnesty Int had fallen for. Of course, the spokeswoman for Amnesty Int never admitted that they had started those rumors themselves. Several years after the whole thing was over, by the way, it came out that the “rebels” in Libya were created by the CIA. US Ambassador Stevens, who was famously killed at our “embassy” in Libya, was not really at the embassy, but at a safe house where guns were stored, and was involved in a gun-running operation for the CIA to arm these so-called rebels.

    Libya was the crown jewel of Africa. The wealth of that nation was truly nationalized; Gaddafi used the money from oil sales to give a basic income to all Libyans. They had universe healthcare, free college education (under Gaddafi, Libya had a much higher literacy rate than the US and most western countries), a starter home for all newly-wed couples, etc. Gaddafi himself lived in a tent. He refused to live in a real house until every Libyan had a house.

    At the time the US was seeking a coalition to bomb Libya, the then-prime minister (can’t remember his name) of Italy refused to sign on. He said he had been to Libya and seen how the people adored Gaddafi. “He may not have been elected,” the Italian said,. “but he is truly beloved by the people.” Then some arm-twisting happened and the Italians joined in anyway. Gaddafi was not elected, this is true. But then Libya was like many Middle Eastern and African countries, where the government is formed by the ruling tribe rather than by general elections. It is not what we would call democracy, and sometimes it works well and sometimes it doesn’t. Our abject refusal to understand that societies in foreign countries might arrange themselves differently than we choose to lead to disastrous interventions like our invasion of Libya. Libya was actually working for its people. It was NOT like North Korea under the Kim family, for example. Or Saudi Arabia under their crown princes.

    So we went in and we destroyed the Great Man-made River and the factory that supplied its replacement pipes and parts; we bombed orphanages, schools, tv and radio stations, apartment buildings, hospitals and roads. We utterly destroyed the city of Sirte just because it was Gaddafi’s home town and bombed a few other cities just for the hell of it.

    The coalition, led by the US and France, simply declared some new guys were the official government in Libya before Gaddafi was even dead (kind of like what we did to Maduro in Venezuela a couple of years ago), we stole all of Libya’s gold and have never to this day returned it, and then assassinated Gaddafi. No trial, no tribunal: we never intended to have a trial in any case. We wanted Libya’s assets, not “freedom” for the Libyan people. We took over the oil fields and ended the nationalized oil and banking sectors in Libya. Before we left the country, several US Congressmen (led by John McCain) had escorted some heads of major US companies into Libya to divvy up the spoils. Hillary the war-pig went on a speaking tour to promote the great business opportunities in the now “open for US business” new Libya.

    We ruined this beautiful country. We killed tens of thousands of Libyans – not only due to the bombing we did of various cities, but also because of the loss of water and the inevitable result this had on agricultural production, the loss of their national income, and the chaotic strife over who would run the government after we left.

    If there is a hell, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Nikolas Sarkozy will be burning there forever for what they did to Libya.

    #90496

    teri, you left out Joe Biden.

    #90497
    Veracious Poet
    Participant

    #90498
    chooch
    Participant

    Gaddafi on the election of Obama

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSTRE4A56R320081106

    I seem to remember Gaddafi writing several letters to Obama. I know they are buried in my archives somewhere. Don’t like the lead in on this one, plus where is the full text of the three page original, this seems abbreviated.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.businessinsider.com/qaddafi-obama-letter-2011-4%3famp

    In hindsight, Saddam Hussein still running Iraq would seem to be the lesser of two evils.

    #90500
    teri
    Participant

    @ Ilargi;

    “teri, you left out Joe Biden.”

    Seriously, that’s what you got out of that?

    I only mentioned the main culprits. I could have named a shit-ton of people. Hell, I could have named Glenn Greenwald, whose only objection to the R2P intervention was that there was no formalized nicety of a vote in Congress regarding the whole affair. He otherwise fully supported going in and celebrated the assassination of the “evil dictator despot Gaddafi”, who (Greenwald felt) had to be taken out one way or the other. Greenwald had a major influence on his fairly liberal audience and swayed a bunch of them into thinking that Libya was the “good war”. He was a big part of the malign media influence at the time.

    In any case, and more to the point, at the time of the invasion Biden was one of only a few top US officials who recommended against going into Libya.

    [Which does not translate into me being a Biden supporter, lest anyone start throwing that assumption out. He was right that time, though; maybe the only time he had a coherent thought in his head.]

    #90501
    Formerly T-Bear
    Participant

    Per request:

    In Venice between the Doges Palace and the prison behind it is a bridge over a small canal, the Bridge of Sighs which has written over the Palace entrance the advice “Abandon hope all ye who enter here” such was justice then. Not much has changed since, the world is a much larger and more populated place than it was then, but the advice still holds well in another empire finding itself past the premonition of collapse.

    The political arts in that empire have developed means and methods to acutely divide the citizenship to the point that minor, statistically invisible manipulations can determine election results by application of enormous sums to assure bipartisan tribalism so intense that political civility no longer exists, indeed the ability of political communication has become impossible. Fierce shoals for the good ship ‘Republic’ to founder on; all passengers, crew and treasure lost, a howling gale rendering sails into shreds, the captain’s voice unheard through a dementia of fear.

    A virus has rent the body politic irreversibly, a Rubicon has been crossed, no reversion is possible, a costly sacrifice has been burnt on the public high alter, the self appointed priests searching the entrails for guidance find no entrails to read but report imagined dooms to the fearful public, order obsequious obedience ingesting concocted palliatives to assure protection through magic invisible invincibility cloaks courteously the public purse, but one must completely believe in the magic for it to work. Seems P.T. Barnum underestimated the rate of birth for suckers.

    Assumptions taken that this time will not be different, that things will reset into conditions status quo ante are , as bending the popular phrase has it – NOT ‘highly likely’. Emotions and hurts are too deep and too deeply felt for facile rapprochement, enmities built will be hard to retract. Those excluded will not likely be welcomed back to former positions, Skills atrophy through disemployment; the higher the skill set the shorter the period needed for atrophy to occur, particularly in quickly evolving industries or high knowledge level required services. Once, when times were more stable, it would have been unthinkable for any government to tax gardens as a source of income, rebellion would certainly ensue. Given the state of the State, taxing gardens will happen because the State has the power to do so, and will do so. What then?

    As finance has developed the creation and control of revenue streams as their objective, that model will work for governments as well. The 1776 revolution was exactly built upon the fact that the power to tax was the power to destroy. That has not changed in the intervening period; only the subject being taxed has and the effect is a noticeable inequality in retained wealth – notice those who are being destroyed are congruous to who are bearing the tax burden.

    Most of the population is involved with procreation and raising the results thereof, little time is available for other pursuits outside of providing for a family’s needs, wants and desires, mostly through some form of labour. A few will have at their disposal some sort of estate devoted to some form of economic production such as farming, small business enterprises, working investments, professional services; all small scale. The industrialisation created large efficient economic entities, the nature necessitated, resulted in few controlling an industry – monopoly, or a few controlling the output of an industry – monopsony having the resources needed for large scale purchases (such as grain companies). Once finance companies serviced large industrial production benefitting all parties, but finance found greater profit in controlling production to obtain the revenue streams generated, and now look to create those revenue streams through innovative servicing, credit cards being an early example that drained revenue from banks. Finance companies had grown from a historical ~4% of the economy to over 40% of economic activity, obtaining everything not nailed down by prior possession of the economic privileged. This process was marked by centralisation of economic activities to fewer and fewer firms that grew in economic power, often exercised in the destruction of labour and the government that provided an equitable field for all parties. Once that was achieved, finance began an assault on government, first by usurping control of law enforcement, suborning the courts, and controlling regulatory authority. Having accomplished this, the legislative branch was neutered, and the executive branch was bought. Little remains of constitutional governmental power, little effective remains of the constitution itself, and the Republic has become a convenient myth clothed in democracy’s wardrobe, all brought to you curtesy of your friendly local ‘Law and Order’ folks and your sterling ‘Moral Majority’ who breached the separation of belief and State bulwarks to give the nations treasury to the most perfidious assortment of scoundrels and near-do-wells ever assembled. If you dream of displacing them peaceably at this stage, you need get some professional help. All institutions that once created and effected FDR’s ‘New Deal’ have beed suborned, bought, displaced or duplicated out of the revenue streams finance has created and finance is not going to give up their good thing for anyone.they cannot buy off – get yourself some other delusion.

    ‘What might be done?’ some will ask. The answer is multi-part: Withdraw consent, support; resist by word and deed; contest with fact and considered opinion; fight through non-violence, assertion, non-compliance and defence of historical prerogatives using every forum, streets, political forums, courts and every place that if nothing else puts sand into the machinery, plans and policies of the would be authoritarians. If not you – WHO?

    #90502
    Germ
    Participant

    “Sweden has extended the pause of Moderna Covid vaccine for people aged 30 and younger due to rare heart-related side-effects, the public health agency said today.”

    https://tinyurl.com/ak29mkxz

    “Rare” LOL

    #90503
    zerosum
    Participant

    Critical thinkers at TAE have noticed

    1. Accumulated wisdoms of the retired seniors has been extinguished.
    2. Bloodlines are being extinguished with the vaccination of the children
    3. Supplies are not reaching consumer demands
    4. The natural immune system is rejecting the vaccines within 8 months
    5. New info/study/data on the use of Ivermectin
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0925443921002271
    Repositioning Ivermectin for Covid-19 treatment: Molecular mechanisms of action against SARS-CoV-2 replication
    6.The FDA doesn’t want anybody to learn the truth about Ivermectin
    7. Vaccine mandates are causing “strikes” all over the world (opposition to the rulers).
    8. “Strikes” will aggravate the shortage of supplies
    9. The FBI and DOJ are wearing “blinkers”, and cannot read laptops belonging to Hunter and Hillary
    10. Fauci has convinced everyone not to read the data at
    https:data.cdc.gov./resource/3apk-4u4f.csv
    https://theautomaticearth.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/SingleYear.png

    #90504
    Mr. House
    Participant
    #90505
    Formerly T-Bear
    Participant

    zerosum at # 90499 DR 20 October 2021

    @ T-Bear
    ‘What might be done?’
    Excellent expose of our social/economic system
    When we have left this existence who will know, and be able to pass on this knowledge

    Clue: there used to be a Celsius 233 on these pages. Recall how knowledge and literature were preserved in the original book.Secondly, establish groups to explore and discuss history, literature, knowledge, science, medicine and law, biographies and autobiographies of the distinguished are important as well. Share knowledge, experience by discussing with others, help ignite their curiosity. From my experience, anecdotally, I had found three books in an abandoned house, the histories of Egypt, Greece and Rome. I recall the names; West and Meyer belonging to two of those books. By the time I began the fourth grade I had read them all; all were university level text books I discovered later. They ignited my interest in history and later economics and other social sciences. Make sure some autodidact may come across whatever trove you might put together – your best hope for the future. Does this answer your question a little?

    #90506
    Germ
    Participant

    Quote of the day!!

    “Kill two birds with one stone”

    #90507
    zerosum
    Participant

    @ Formerly T-Bear
    Thanks
    It would take years to pass on our knowledge.
    School ped. day. I’m doing emergency babysitting. Therefore, I’m going to introduce “critical thinking”, (catch the lie/ data does not compute,) to my grankids 10, and 7

    #90508
    Germ
    Participant

    https://www.sorellelaw.com/

    “Its AIDS, they are giving people AIDS… I am on an international zoom call with pathologists and Doctors. We are in serious trouble. Immune systems are being obliterated.”

    https://mobile.twitter.com/kellyesorelle/status/1450572060430946311

    #90509
    Germ
    Participant

    “A top NIH official admitted in a Wednesday letter that the US-funded so-called “gain-of-function” research in Wuhan, China – and that the US nonprofit which conducted it, EcoHealth Alliance – led by the controversial Peter Daszak, “failed to report” that they had created a chimeric bat coronavirus which could infect humans.”

    https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/nih-admits-funding-gain-function-covid-experiments-gives-ecohealth-five-days-report

    #90510
    DarkMatter
    Participant

    @chooch

    In hindsight, Saddam Hussein still running Iraq would seem to be the lesser of two evils.

    I have a good friend from Iraq and we have spoken about this often. He hated Saddam. His uncle was fairly high in the Government and was at the notorious meeting where Saddam read a list of names who were taken out and shot (and his uncle’s first name was the same as one of those shot which gave him an awful scare). He said you could not speak of politics ever, you could not trust even close friends. He said there were black secret service cars in the city and if you saw one you must never make eye contact with the men in the car because they would pull you over and ask why you were looking at them. He had friends disappeared. He left the country to avoid the Iran/Iraq war. All this said he would much rather have had Saddam stay in power than the US invasion and the state of Iraq now. The Iraq of his youth was somewhat like Libya – free education and health care. Prosperous. Safe. He describes how as a schoolboy they would ogle the college girls in mini-skirts waiting for the bus back in the 70’s. He said they loved all things American and would give their kids American names (he had a classmate named Eisenhower.) His family were Christians. Saddam liked Christians in the government because they had no political aspirations. Now absolutely none of his family are left in Iraq. All were forced to leave. All had to emigrate to the Europe, the US or Canada. My friend says he now sees parallels between Iraq under Saddam and the US. He no longer feels safe expressing political opinions at work And yet for all this we now have George W Bush making statements about morality and he is taken seriously. What a world.

    #90511
    expatkiwi
    Participant

    The NIH quietly added Ivermectin to the approved drugs to treat Covid. No fanfare, just a quiet addition.

    “Shhh … don’t tell Pfizer or Moderna. And certainly, don’t tell the medical establishment that we’ve added it. But we have.”

    https://www.covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/tables/table-2e/

    #90512
    Maxwell Quest
    Participant

    I second @teri in thanking Ilargi for posting the Libya story, and appreciate the additional comments she provided.

    Libya is a good object lesson for what the US empire and its private banking interests represent – the death and destruction of anyone or any country that dares get in the way of their plans for total global hegemony or “full spectrum dominance”. Even the mythical Shangri-La would be blown to smithereens if it provided an alternative that appeared threatening to their global power.

    Remember this when you see idealized images of American democracy and leadership portrayed in movies and television. When politicians take to the podium to blather about American values and apple pie. It’s all a lie designed to keep you ignorant, complacent, and patriotic. It’s the candy shell of a poison pill, the smiling mask of a global wealth extraction machine that consumes all nations and all peoples.

    So, let’s extrapolate from here based on what we know so far. Would morals and ethics present a hinderance or check on their thirst for more power and control? How about laws? No? Then free your imagination to realize that anything is possible at this point, even the forced assignment of personal digital ID’s or the culling of the global population if it furthers their plans.

    #90514
    TheTrivium4TW
    Participant

    Part 2 of 2 (1 of 2 posted yesterday… apparently the blog s/w doesn’t want to post some links, hence, two of my posts were blocked).

    “People have to stop believing the narrative, and they have to begin to believe in NATURE…”
    ~Miorley Robbins (before I sent him the Rothschild link, too!)

    This podcast between Morley Robbins and Dr. Ben Edwards, M.D. is excellent! I highly recommend it.
    It is in mp3 format…
    [audio src="https://veritascontent.blob.core.windows.net/audio/YTC_Archive/ytc020519-MorleyRobbins-MMU.mp3" /]

    Search Youtube for the following…

    Silent CV Risk: Triglyceride/HDL Ratio
    Triglyceride/HDL Ratio – A Better CV Risk Predictor than LDL? (Part 1)
    Triglyceride/HDL Ratio – A Better CV Risk Predictor than LDL? (Part 2)

    Morley Robbins – My Theory Of Everything
    So You’ve Just Been Told You’re Anemic?
    Iron in Cereal Video Thomas Levy

    Iron Homeostasis and the Inflammatory Response — https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3108097/
    Iron behaving badly: iron as contributor to inflammatory and degenerative diseases — https://bmcmedgenomics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1755-8794-2-2

    #90515
    Maxwell Quest
    Participant

    We are watching the Empire construct their Death Star right out in the open. Do you really want to wait until it’s fully operational before putting up a fight?

    Death Star

    #90516
    Noirette
    Participant

    About the flu disappearing, re. discussions in prev. threads.

    The Leading Causes of Death in the US for year 2020:

    The 1st table shows – besides more than 345K COV-19 deaths -, that chronic lower respiratory disease was ‘down’ as compared to 2019, that influenza and pneumonia were UP, from 49 to 53 K. (2019 was a *very* low flu-death year.) Suicide was down as well — another story.

    Plenty of flu deaths in 2020 (note calendar year does not cover flu season, but is the 1st pandemic year, with WHO declaring the pandemic 11 March 2020), pretty much ‘normal’ – in the sense that flu as a killer y. by y. (or season by season..) is quite variable, so what’s normal or not is hard to say.

    https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2778234

    Lab tests for ‘flu’ positivity for N. America (> + Canada) shows a high score until the end of March when it sinks to nothing. Previous flu years show roughly the same pattern but with a longer tail (see first chart), flu ‘dies out’ gradually from Feb on, not abruptly as in 2020.

    https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/flu-has-disappeared-worldwide-during-the-covid-pandemic1/

    Possibly some/quite some COV-19 deaths before March 2020 were lodged as ‘flu’ in the case of ‘sudden’ onset respiratory flu-like illness. When the COV-19 diagnosis became official, besides the fact that everything was done in many or all (?) W countries to AUGMENT the COV-19 labelling to the max, the flu nos. (from various national lab analyses, always performed on a not-large sets of samples) nevertheless do show that the flu died out.

    For Switz., the same holds. (> the first download at link, table 2 > lab analysis following doc. visit.) The table is an extrapolation based on lab tests. It shows a 19-20 flu season with H1N1, H3N2, .. other A; B – Yamagata, Victoria.. not huge, but perhaps ‘normal’, with a consequent substrate of NOT-FLU, which was, imho, rhinoviruses, covid, and nothing — with flu vanishing mid-March 2020 – the day lockdown kicked in here.

    https://www.bag.admin.ch/bag/fr/home/krankheiten/krankheiten-im-ueberblick/grippe.html

    Of course it is possible that labs were manipulated to not detect / report flu, but imho that didn’t happen, in contrast to, diagnosis and cause of death as Covid, which were manipulated to the hilt.

    Btw US excess deaths 2021 are set to outstrip those of 2020 by a large margin.

    https://www.usmortality.com/excess

    #90517
    zerosum
    Participant

    Critical Thinking Exercise
    Justice under the law

    Hilary
    Hunter
    Steve Bannon
    Assange

    #90518
    phoenixvoice
    Participant

    @ oxy
    I don’t know if your library has this service, but here the libraries have large collections of online books that can be “checked out” to a tablet/computer/e-reader. I set my kids up with this long ago since they enjoyed reading, their father gave them access to electronics, but never would take them to the library when they were with him. I read to my kids regularly until they were nearly 10 years old and finally outgrew it. (Ha, ha…stealthily giving my kids access to books behind their father’s back. 😉

    #90519
    WES
    Participant

    Oxymoron:

    I saw this car bumper sticker in Sydney, Australia in 1982.

    “Eat kangaroo meat! 50,000 Americans can’t be wrong!”

    This was in regards to California’s Jack-in-the-Box restaurants getting caught serving kangaroo meat in their hamburgers!

    #90520
    WES
    Participant

    In regards to Libya, Hillary couldn’t stand all that oil money being shared with the Libian people, when she could have it. It was having that gold in Libya instead of London, that got him killed.

    Brother once worked in Libya for Westinghouse maintaining irrigation water pumps in the middle of the desert.

    #90521
    chooch
    Participant

    teri, DarkMatter, Maxwell Quest,

    Well spoken, It’s a stark reality that troubles many of us. Thanks for bringing it back into our consciousness.

    #90522
    zerosum
    Participant

    Do you think That you pension will be increased to cover the inflation?
    https://tradingeconomics.com/canada/inflation-cpi
    Canada Inflation Rate
    The annual inflation rate in Canada went up to 4.4% in September of 2021 from 4.1% in August, faster than market expectations of 4.3%. It was the highest inflation rate since February of 2003, amid supply chain issues and low base year effects.

    #90524
    Michael Reid
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    I heard you Maxwell Quest

    #90525
    citizenx
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    Will we now see fauci fried?

    Death by a thousand jabs would be fitting… Deflationista, the coward, can administer them one by one, before he gets his own comeuppance.

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