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80% Of Women Vaxxed In 1st 20 Weeks Of Pregnancy Has Spontaneous Abortion (IP)
Italy Health Department Revises Covid Deaths Down From 130,000+ To 3783 (IT)
CDC Recommends Vaccines for 5 to 11-year-olds, Jabs Start Tomorrow (CTH)
CDC Emails: Our Definition of Vaccine is “Problematic” (Techno Fog)
Researcher Fingers Data Integrity Issues In Pfizer’s Vaccine Trial (BMJ)
Dr. Paul Offit Is Lying To Us About Myocarditis Rates (Steve Kirsch)
German Companies Creating Segregated Canteens For Vaxxed and Unvaxxed (SN)
The Disaster That Never Came (Anderberg)



“Name one other disease for which: governments & medical boards prohibit doctors from prescribing prophylactic & early treatment meds to patients & threaten them with jail sentences, fines, disciplinary proceedings & termination of their medical license.”





I spent a long time thinking about this, the physical stress, the emotional pain, all just a for an experiment. This concerns millions of women just in America alone. And yes, the “natural” spontaneous abortion rate may be high, maybe 20% or so, so a doctor can just say: it’s not abnormal…. try again!

Get the jab! It’s safe and effective! Don’t risk endangering your child!

80% Of Women Vaxxed In 1st 20 Weeks Of Pregnancy Has Spontaneous Abortion (IP)

An important peer-reviewed study looked at the CDC’s data on pregnancy losses following the mRNA injections, and found that more than 80% of those who got the injections during the first 5 months of pregnancy ended up with a spontaneous abortion (which is 7- to 8-times higher than the expected baseline of around 11%)

The study indicates that at least 81.9% (≥104/127) experienced spontaneous abortion following mRNA exposure before 20 weeks, and 92.3% (96/104) of spontaneous abortions occurred before 13 weeks’ gestation (Table 4, footnotes).[4] This is a very high proportion of pregnancy loss observed in those exposed to the mRNA vaccination before 20 weeks’ gestation, ranging from 81.9–91.2% (n = 114–127), which is significantly different to baseline estimates from other studies (11.3%, n = 79,978 [6]; p < 0.001), being 7- to 8-fold higher than expected (p < 0.001).

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Everyone copy the methodology, and apply locally.

Italy Health Department Revises Covid Deaths Down From 130,000+ To 3783 (IT)

According to the new report (which had not been updated since July) from the Higher Institute of Health on mortality from Covid, the virus that brought the world to its knees would have killed far less than a common flu. It seems a bizarre and no vax statement, but according to the statistical sample of medical records collected by the institute, only 2.9% of the deaths registered since the end of February 2020 would be due to Covid 19. So of the 130,468 deaths registered by official statistics at the time of preparation of the new report only 3,783 would be due to the power of the virus itself. Because all the other Italians who lost their lives had from one to five diseases which, according to the ISS, therefore already left them little hope. Even 67.7% would have had more than three contemporary diseases together, and 18% at least two together.

Now I personally know many people, but none who have the misfortune of having five serious illnesses at the same time. I would like to trust our scientists, then I go to read the ailments listed which would be no secondary reason for the loss of so many Italians and I begin to feed some profane doubts. According to the ISS, 65.8% of Italians who are no longer there after being infected with Covid were ill with arterial hypertension, that is, they had high blood pressure. 23.5% were also demented, 29.3% added a little diabetes to their ailments, 24.8% also atrial fibrillation. And that’s not all: 17.4% already had sick lungs, 16.3% had had cancer in the last 5 years; 15.7% suffered from heart failure, 28% had ischemic heart disease, 24.8% suffered from atrial fibrillation, more than one in ten were also obese,

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They should put signs at the airports: “Welcome To Guinea Pig Nation”.

CDC Recommends Vaccines for 5 to 11-year-olds, Jabs Start Tomorrow (CTH)

Center for Disease Control (CDC) Director Rochelle P. Walensky has given the authorization for vaccinations to begin in 5 to 11-year-olds starting tomorrow. You can review the CDC press release HERE. According to the CDC announcement, Walensky states: “We know millions of parents are eager to get their children vaccinated and with this decision, we now have recommended that about 28 million children receive a COVID-19 vaccine.” Unfortunately, the CDC authorization now gives cover to various blue state democrats who will likely mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for public school children. However, despite the CDC position, it is worth noting the recent survey by NBC showing only 27% of parents would vaccinate their kids under 12:

… 64% of people with children under age 11 say they would not vaccinate their kids or would wait to see more data on long term consequences. Only 27% of respondents said they would immediately vaccinate their children with the untested COVID vaccine. (more) It is very reasonable for parents to question the FDA approval and the political intents of the CDC in authorizing this vaccination for children 3 to 11. The risk to children from the virus itself is virtually nonexistent. However, despite the low risk the government is recommending, perhaps soon to be mandating, a little tested vaccine for a population that is not at any significant level of health risk. If the Virginia election result teaches the Biden administration that protecting kids is important to parents on the issue of education…. they haven’t seen anything yet, when it comes to the response from parents to vaccinating kids with an untested vaccine. Madness.

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So we change the definition. If anyone asks, it’s because of The Science. Any more questions, ask Fauci.

CDC Emails: Our Definition of Vaccine is “Problematic” (Techno Fog)

The CDC caused an uproar in early September 2021, after it changed its definitions of “vaccination” and “vaccine.” For years, the CDC had set definitions for vaccination/vaccine that discussed immunity. This all changed on September 1, 2021. The prior CDC Definitions of Vaccine and Vaccination (August 26, 2021): • Vaccine: A product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease. Vaccines are usually administered through needle injections, but can also be administered by mouth or sprayed into the nose. • Vaccination: The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease.

The CDC Definitions of Vaccine and Vaccination since September 1, 2021: • Vaccine: A preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases. Vaccines are usually administered through needle injections, but some can be administered by mouth or sprayed into the nose. • Vaccination: The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease. People noticed. Representative Thomas Massie was among the first to discuss the change, noting the definition went from “immunity” to “protection”.

To many observers, it appeared the CDC changed the definitions because of the waning effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines. For example, the effectiveness of the Pfizer vaccine falls over time, with an Israeli study reported in August 2021 as showing the vaccine being “only 16% effective against symptomatic infection for those individuals who had two doses of the shot back in January.” The CDC recognizes the waning effectiveness, thus explaining their promotion of booster shots.

Of course, the usual suspects defended the CDC. The Washington Post, for example, cast doubt that the CDC changed the definition because of issues with the COVID-19 vaccines. The CDC tried to downplay the change, stating “slight changes in wording over time … haven’t impacted the overall definition.”

CDC emails we obtained via the Freedom of Information Act reveal CDC worries with how the performance of the COVID-19 vaccines didn’t match the CDC’s own definition of “vaccine”/“vaccination”. The CDC’s Ministry of Truth went hard at work in the face of legitimate public questions on this issue.

In one August 2021 e-mail, a CDC employee cited to complaints that “Right-wing covid-19 deniers are using your ‘vaccine’ definition to argue that mRNA vaccines are not vaccines…”

After taking some suggestions, the CDC’s Lead Health Communication Specialist went up the food chain to propose changes to the definitions: “I need to update this page Immunization Basics | CDC since these definitions are outdated and being used by some to say COVID-19 vaccines are not vaccines per CDC’s own definition.”

Getting no response, there was a follow-up e-mail a week later: “The definition of vaccine we have posted is problematic and people are using it to claim the COVID-19 vaccine is not a vaccine based on our own definition.”

The change of the “vaccination” definition was eventually approved on August 31. The next day, on September 1, they approved the change to the “vaccine” definition from discussing immunity to protection (seen below).

There you have it. Affirmative action for the multinational corporations. Why have them improve their vaccines when you can just change the definition of vaccine to fit their ineffective vaccines?

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From the British Medical Journal.

Researcher Fingers Data Integrity Issues In Pfizer’s Vaccine Trial (BMJ)

In autumn 2020 Pfizer’s chairman and chief executive, Albert Bourla, released an open letter to the billions of people around the world who were investing their hopes in a safe and effective covid-19 vaccine to end the pandemic. “As I’ve said before, we are operating at the speed of science,” Bourla wrote, explaining to the public when they could expect a Pfizer vaccine to be authorised in the United States. But, for researchers who were testing Pfizer’s vaccine at several sites in Texas during that autumn, speed may have come at the cost of data integrity and patient safety. A regional director who was employed at the research organisation Ventavia Research Group has told The BMJ that the company falsified data, unblinded patients, employed inadequately trained vaccinators, and was slow to follow up on adverse events reported in Pfizer’s pivotal phase III trial.

Staff who conducted quality control checks were overwhelmed by the volume of problems they were finding. After repeatedly notifying Ventavia of these problems, the regional director, Brook Jackson, emailed a complaint to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Ventavia fired her later the same day. Jackson has provided The BMJ with dozens of internal company documents, photos, audio recordings, and emails. On its website Ventavia calls itself the largest privately owned clinical research company in Texas and lists many awards it has won for its contract work. But Jackson has told The BMJ that, during the two weeks she was employed at Ventavia in September 2020, she repeatedly informed her superiors of poor laboratory management, patient safety concerns, and data integrity issues.

Jackson was a trained clinical trial auditor who previously held a director of operations position and came to Ventavia with more than 15 years’ experience in clinical research coordination and management. Exasperated that Ventavia was not dealing with the problems, Jackson documented several matters late one night, taking photos on her mobile phone. One photo, provided to The BMJ, showed needles discarded in a plastic biohazard bag instead of a sharps container box. Another showed vaccine packaging materials with trial participants’ identification numbers written on them left out in the open, potentially unblinding participants. Ventavia executives later questioned Jackson for taking the photos. Early and inadvertent unblinding may have occurred on a far wider scale.

According to the trial’s design, unblinded staff were responsible for preparing and administering the study drug (Pfizer’s vaccine or a placebo). This was to be done to preserve the blinding of trial participants and all other site staff, including the principal investigator. However, at Ventavia, Jackson told The BMJ that drug assignment confirmation printouts were being left in participants’ charts, accessible to blinded personnel. As a corrective action taken in September, two months into trial recruitment and with around 1000 participants already enrolled, quality assurance checklists were updated with instructions for staff to remove drug assignments from charts. In a recording of a meeting in late September2020 between Jackson and two directors a Ventavia executive can be heard explaining that the company wasn’t able to quantify the types and number of errors they were finding when examining the trial paperwork for quality control. “In my mind, it’s something new every day,” a Ventavia executive says. “We know that it’s significant.”

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Just wait till the 5-11 numbers come in.

Dr. Paul Offit Is Lying To Us About Myocarditis Rates (Steve Kirsch)

The New York Times recently reported that Dr. Paul Offit, director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and member of the FDA outside advisory committee for vaccines, said that COVID-19 is much more likely to cause myocarditis than the vaccine. He’s lying. It’s the exact opposite. The FDA and CDC committee members are all misinformed and clueless just like our friend Paul. We know that because hospitals are filling up with kids who are vaccine injured. That never happened before we had vaccine rollouts for kids. But you don’t have to believe me because now the proof is in plain sight thanks to one slide Pfizer mistakenly showed at the last FDA meeting. All my data sources for this proof are the CDC and The NY Times and that one Pfizer slide.

[..] Let’s look at 16 year old boys so we can compute some concrete numbers using trusted data sources to see if Offit’s myocarditis claim is true or false. We use a COVID catch rate of 37 cases per 100,000 per week. We use a myocarditis incident rate of 2.3%. Both numbers are from the NY Times. So multiplying that out for 6 months (which is 24 weeks) we get 37*24*.023=20.4 cases per 100,000 in 6 months or 204 case per million over 6 months. Easy peasy. Here are the screen shots from the two NY Times articles to save you some time:

For the Pfizer vaccine, we have 76.7 cases per million vaccinated male teens from John Su’s chart (see slide 13). This is caused by the vaccine and the vaccines last 6 months so it’s a total amount over 6 months. Just 77 cases per million over 6 months. This is a very conservative estimate since it is based only on reports in the first 7 days and we know these myocarditis cases can show up much later than the first 7 days.

Here’s the slide from the Pfizer presentation at the October 26, 2021 VRBPAC meeting. This slide shows, without a doubt, that VAERS is underreporting myocarditis cases by at least a factor of 5. Now as we’ve said before, VAERS is underreported by more than 41, but that would require you believe me. For this one, you do not have to believe me at all. You just look at Pfizer’s slide and compare 22 with 106:

So now instead of 204>77, we have to multiply the right side by at least 5 since we now have a reference that shows definitively that VAERS is at least 5X under reported. 77*5 is 385. And 385 > 204. Which means that you are worse off taking the vaccine, which is exactly the opposite of what Dr. Offit claimed. So there you have it.

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Jim Crow.

German Companies Creating Segregated Canteens For Vaxxed and Unvaxxed (SN)

Major companies in Germany are segregating their employees by creating canteens for vaccinated people and separate areas for the unvaccinated, who will be forced to continue to follow social distancing and mask mandates. Pharmaceuticals giant Bayer, energy company Eon, and travel company Alltours are all set to impose the new rules, which will see the unvaccinated treated like second class citizens. “In the ‘2G’ areas for vaccinated and recovered people, employees would be allowed to eat together under completely normal conditions, while those who are not vaccinated or do not provide information about their vaccination status would have to continue to live with rules on social distancing, mask wearing and partitions during meals,” reports the Local.

Bayer also announced that its employees have also started forming work groups that “exclude unvaccinated staff.” People visiting Christmas markets in Berlin who haven’t been vaccinated will also be denied entry. As we previously highlighted, despite facing brazen discrimination, 90 per cent of Germans who haven’t had the vaccine say they have no plans to get it in the near future. As we highlighted back in January, German authorities announced that COVID lockdown rulebreakers would be arrested and detained in refugee camps located across the country. Earlier this summer it was also confirmed that the unvaccinated would be deprived of basic lifestyle activities like visiting cinemas and restaurants.

The editor-in-chief of Germany’s top newspaper Bild shocked some people by apologizing for the news outlet’s fear-driven coverage of COVID, specifically to children who were told “that they were going to murder their grandma.” During a meeting with other world leaders in Rome, Angela Merkel engaged in COVID security theater by briefly wearing a mask when she exited her vehicle, only to remove it as soon as she entered the building.

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The Disaster That Never Came (Anderberg)

It’s almost hard to remember it now, but for most of 2020, the word ‘experiment’ had a negative connotation. It was one that we Swedes were exposed to, when we – compared to the rest of the world – maintained some form of normality. This experiment was condemned by the outside world early on as “a disaster” (Time Magazine), a “moral history” (New York Times), “deadly folly” (The Guardian) and so on. The more influential a newspaper was, the stronger the invective seemed to become. In Germany, Focus called it all “laxity”, Italian La Repubblica said that “the Nordic model country” made a dangerous mistake. That’s what it looked like. The description of the Swedish line as an experiment was not really wrong. In both theory and practice, Swedes lived very differently compared to, above all, Americans and other Europeans.

One could object that it was Italy, France, Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom and the other countries that were conducting an experiment, that they were testing completely new ways to prevent the spread of a virus. But the word choice is less important. It is clear that Sweden chose one path, the rest of Europe another. One could see it as if the outside world formulated a hypothesis. It was that freedom in Sweden would be costly. The absence of restrictions, the open schools, the reliance on recommendations in violation of laws and police interventions, would result in higher death rates than in other countries. And – consequently – that the freedom that the citizens of the other countries experienced would save lives.Many Swedes agreed with that hypothesis.

“Shut down Sweden to protect Sweden,” wrote Dagens Nyheter’s Peter Wolodarski, who in his double power of both opinion leaders and head of Sweden’s most influential newsroom, must be described as the country’s most powerful journalist. He was far from alone in demanding a tougher grip. Renowned infection control experts, microbiologists, epidemiologists – from all over the country were warned of the consequences. Researchers from Uppsala University, Karolinska Institutet and the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm connected supercomputers and calculated that 96,000 Swedes would die before the summer of 2020. At this time , it was not an unreasonable theory that Swedish freedom was expensive. In the US, with its powerful shutdowns, the death toll – measured per capita – was significantly lower than in Sweden throughout the spring of 2020. And on the sites where the ravages of the pandemic could be followed in real time [..] it was clear that Sweden had higher death rates than most other countries.

But the experiment continued. During the year that followed, the virus ravaged the world and several of the shut down countries now passed Sweden’s death toll – one by one. Great Britain, USA, France, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Hungary, Spain, Argentina, Belgium – countries that blocked playgrounds, forced their children to wear mouth guards, closed schools, fined citizens for hanging on the beach, guarded parks with drones – all have they been hit worse than Sweden. At the time of writing, over 50 countries have a higher proportion of deaths in covid. If you measure excess mortality for the whole of 2020, Sweden, according to Eurostat, will end up in 21st place out of 31 European countries.

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    Pablo Picasso Harlequin and woman with necklace 1917   • 80% Of Women Vaxxed In 1st 20 Weeks Of Pregnancy Has Spontaneous Abortion (IP) • Italy H
    [See the full post at: Debt Rattle November 3 2021]



    It’s all just a coincidence!
    Oh Sure.

    Safe and effective and RARE!



    Down here in Mexico, AMLO said children would not be vaxxed. When a judge ordered all children to be vaxxed last week, or parents to face child abuse charges, AMLO’s Health Sec went on record in public that his grandchilden would not be vaxxed, ever. His other ministers, Lopez Gatell went to bat on the same. The reason given was that the vaccine is damaging to the developing immune system in children. PAN in Chihuahua said they would not allow child vaxxes. So far, the only child vaxxes are those where the parents have insisted with ct. amparos…or in cases of comorbidities. Many of the indigenous communities in the south have kicked out people who came in to push the vax. In one case, tied the person to a tree, and fined him before pushing him out of town.

    Polder Dweller

    Yesterday, nominally in order to slow down the rate of hospital admissions, the government announced the reintroduction of the measures known to be useless in combatting a respiratory virus i.e. face coverings and social distancing (1.5m = 5 feet), but still no word on prevention through vitamins and minerals, and no early treatments. In other words, pure window dressing. At the same time they announced harsh new measures against the unjabbed, excluding them from gyms, swimming pools and other places. If things don’t improve soon (they won’t) then additional measures will be taken against the unjabbed such as requiring a QR code to go to work.

    The minister for health continues to say that this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated, but refuses to prove it with actual numbers. Meanwhile plenty of hospitals have gone on the record saying that they have up to 80% jabbed on their wards, which is the opposite of what the minister is claiming. In other words, he’s lying and plenty of people see that he is.

    The whole point of this is clearly to get as many jabs into as many arms as possible and hang the consequences. The question is obviously “why?” Although there are likely to be many aspects to this, my best guess at the moment is that the government, following the EU’s lead, signed contracts with the vaccine manufacturers without reading the small print. The minister has refused to release the contents of the contracts to parliament, which is highly unusual, so clearly he is doing everything he can to cover his donkey as there’s probably a clause in there where it’s stated that at least 90% (say) of the population must be jabbed or else…

    Here is quite a good article on the same subject by Robert Bridge:

    Why is the EU keeping the details of its contracts with vaccine makers secret from its MEPs?

    “…it seems that few bureaucrats in Brussels have purchased a new home, used car or some newfangled device lately, because that’s exactly what these bumbling fools have done. In an effort to ‘protect the health of their constituents,’ they bought millions of batches of Covid vaccines from various pharmaceutical companies without letting lawmakers sneak a peek at the contracts.

    As it turns out, entire pages of these documents – the few that have been made public, that is – have been heavily redacted.”


    Meanwhile plenty of hospitals have gone on the record saying that they have up to 80% jabbed on their wards

    Do you have the sources for that?

    Polder Dweller

    RIM, here’s a couple of links:

    GGD [health service] employee: more vaccinated people test positive and are sicker than unvaccinated people

    “Oct 31, 2021 | General, Vaccination?
    I have been working for the GGD as a source and contact investigation employee since spring 2021. Over time I started to notice more and more that I mainly had vaccinated people on the phone who tested positive.
    I then started keeping track of whether the index (the one that is infected) that I had to call is vaccinated or not vaccinated. I kept this up for a while with the result: 82% of those who tested positive that I had to call were vaccinated!
    I also noticed that vaccinated people have more serious complaints than unvaccinated, unless the unvaccinated have an underlying disease. Often the unvaccinated have symptoms for a few days but not very much, and in the vaccinated it took longer for the symptoms to go away (which were often worse).
    I’ve stopped tracking now, but it looks like it’s stayed the same or even gotten a little worse.”

    “ Hereby the update of the number of vaccinated and non-vaccinated admitted patients over the whole of October.
    The share of vaccinated continues to rise to more than 60%. Even if vaccines protect well against hospitalization, this is to be expected with the high vaccination rate in Nijmegen.”

    I’ve seen another one from the university hospital in Maastricht claiming something like 80%, too, it was on Twitter so I don’t know if I’ll be able to find it again


    “Suddenly is the new “Rare” – LOL

    “School in mourning after two pupils die suddenly in one week”

    Mister Roboto

    I just finished reading the blog-post “The Decisive Battle” that Vietnam Vet posted yesterday. This post compares the culture-war between the PMC-dominated “Team Blue” and the more working-class “Team Red” to the battle between Japan and the USA in WWII. This may seem like a stretch, but I encourage reading the whole thing, after which the analogy will be very clear.

    If Election 2020 was “Team Blue” pulling a “Pearl Harbor” that like the actual Pearl Harbor, failed to bring about the results desired by its orchestrators, then perhaps the recent vaccine mandate is like the Battle of Midway: A last, desperate total commitment of resources with the unlikely goal of fulfilling the ultimate and deceptive promise of the “Pearl Harbor” operation. “Team Blue” America wants to make “Team Red” America its submissive prison-bitch, but what will in fact happen is that “Team Red” will fling “Team Blue” up against the nearest convenient brick wall and say, “WHO’S THE BITCH NOW, BITCH?!”

    John Day

    I just caught up on the last comments from last night.

    WES: Thank You, Amigo, for telling your tale of life with poor hearing and narrowing tunnel vision.
    I won’t say more. You have my respect for your life and all you have told us of it…

    TAE Summary said:
    Summary in Limericks

    Jacinda, New Zealand’s PM
    Is ever so quick to condemn
    If you’ve no accredit
    You’d best just forget it
    Her country’s now Us versus Them

    The vaxx won’t prevent the transmission
    Of Covid in many condition
    To put it quite crude
    Get vaxxed and you’re screwed
    By Pfizer spike protein coition

    Tom Hobbes thinks that people are rotten
    While Locke said we’re just misbegotten
    We’re decent, Locke thinks
    Well that theory stinks
    We’re evil, but Locke has forgotten

    A doc takes the oath Hippocratic
    Despite this some docs are erratic
    They harm more than aid
    By evil they’re swayed
    Bad judgement becomes quite dogmatic

    Dr. D. said a lot, and it dovetails into what I am going to write now, the essay that pulls the whole big picture together once and for all…
    Gotta’ start writing while I can see it so clearly. Why didn’t I see this all before?
    (Oh, I did, and I’m not alone, but still…)


    Memories are fleeting, that’s why
    1. there is reading and writing.
    2. can not be lying

    Look at Time lines

    • Italy Health Department Revises Covid Deaths Down From 130,000+ To 3783 (IT)

    Israeli study reported in August 2021 as showing the vaccine being “only 16% effective

    • CDC Emails: Our Definition of Vaccine is “Problematic” (Techno Fog)
    September 1, 2021 definition went from “immunity” to “protection”.

    Changing Definition:
    1. vaccinated or not vaccinated
    2. Herd immunity vs vaccine immunity
    3. Covid-19 vs Delta variant or Delta variant +
    4. Cause of Death or no cause

    Mr. House

    “Italy Health Department Revises Covid Deaths Down From 130,000+ To 3783 (IT)”

    Some of us have been screaming about this since the beginning. Remember that only something like 6% of all the deaths the media displays everyday to keep you scared died only of covid. The other 94% had something like 3 other comorbidities


    Q: why doesn’t molnupiravir interfere with the vaccines’ EUA?

    Mr. House

    A: Because laws and rules for people above a certain monetary threshold went out the window a long time ago. The same reason none of the banksters from 2008 went to jail. Big people make mistakes and the PR comes out, the same reason none of the people responsible for the Flint water disaster ever faced punishment.

    Years ago either you or Nicole stated we didnt have a financial crisis, we had a political crisis. It was hidden with money printing and shady accounting standards. Now they’re having a hard time hiding it anymore.

    Mr. House

    Maybe its just me, but everything thats happened since 2020 is just an extension of the 2008 crisis. The lying, the changing of definitions, the gaslighting, blaming the victim. Its all the same and because we couldn’t dole out justice in 2008, why would anyone expect anything different in the next crisis? Its still the same people in charge.

    Also the 2008 crisis was created by bankers, and the 2020 crisis was created by scientists. All in the name of profits and corporate glory!

    Mr. House

    “You will own nothing and you will like it”

    You saw the first act of that in 2008 and based on that we know who will own what and who will not.

    those darned kids

    “You will own nothing and you will like it”

    shoot, i’ve lived that way for a long time now…

    Mr. House

    Me too! But is it not apparent by now that the only thing that will change anything is mob justice? Those at the top and the next 10% who support them ain’t gonna punish themselves.

    A scary thought and one more step down the rabbit hole of losing civilization.


    @Mister: “Team Blue” America wants to make “Team Red” America its submissive prison-bitch, but what will in fact happen is that “Team Red” will fling “Team Blue” up against the nearest convenient brick wall and say, “WHO’S THE BITCH NOW, BITCH?!”

    Love it.

    John Day

    Pictured with collard greens. Got plenty of collard greens now. Truth Rests Lies

    ​ In Mid October 2019 COP 201 was hastily convened to war-game a coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world, and how countries might mobilize to meet this global threat. Bill Gates, the WHO, Johns Hopkins and governments of the world all participated. At this moment in time, by my reckoning, SARS-CoV-2 was already spreading in the US, China and Europe, and the Wuhan (military olympic) Games were underway, with all participants staying in a huge hotel complex.
    A few participants, including Americans,were hospitalized with a weird viral pneumonia…​
    Meanwhile, back in Manhattan, concurrent with COP 201, the Fed had to take over the overnight repo-window the previous month, September, because there was some kind of occult crisis of trust between the major banks of the world, and they could not loan to each other overnight based on good collateral (T-bills).
    This now appears to have been due to the long-awaited crisis of derivative counterparty-risk.
    They are not different things. The leveraged house-of-cards of global finance was quivering a bit…
    Kill two birds with one stone. No, make that three birds. No, the whole damned flock of seagulls!
    All of the players from global finance, global governance, global military and global medical and pharmacology were sitting at this big table working out the Great Reset. (“If you are not AT the table, you are ON the table”, I have heard.)
    What we are seeing and living now is the unfolding of the plans they worked out at this crisis summit. They maintain ownership. They maintain control of the system. The system appears to function as it did in the past, but only through vast daily creation of faith-based money.
    “Faith” is sustained through the giddy form of greed that people feel when they are riding the peak of a bubble higher and higher, “to infinity and beyond”.
    Ths “smart” money is buying up any property it can find, before the faith-based money turns into a pumpkin at midnight. (Hey, what time is it!)
    There can be no “rebuild back better”, because fossil fuels, mineral ores and fossil water are all in decline, while parasitic rents on real economy are choking it to death. Since it is already “what’s for dinner”, it needs to be cast as “what is necessary to save the planet”. Nobody in power has to lose power. The system stays the same, with some necessary adjustments.
    Regular people, those of us not-at-the-table, need to understand that we are in climate crisis (we are) and that the only way out is to give up all of our property rights and all of our constitutional rights, and to allow our choices to be made for us, for the good of all of the life on Planet Earth.
    Otherwise, there is no plan at all.
    Obviously, only the people with experience at the top echelons of global governance, finance and public health have the broad enough vision to lead us forward into this crisis which was completely unforeseeable (except to people who read the obscure 1973 book “The Limits To Growth”, which I learned about in 1974, and Deng Xiaopeng also read about that time. I hear his thinking was much influenced by it.)
    I must sheepishly admit that I am not really going along with this plan, even though it’s the best thing for all of us. I’m just going to try to spend cash while I have a little, grow vegetables, be a friend, a neighbor, “uncle John”, “Dad”, and so on. I don’t have a real plan for global, national, regional, local and household economies for our whole world. AI computers can probably work that all out these days. In the past, there always had to be a collapse of the upper levels of management, finance and government, and the economies had to re-set from the ground-level of production, distribution and consumption on up.
    That always took a decade or more. It also always seemed to waste most of the valuable executive talent at the pinnacle of the financial and governance hierarchy.
    We can scarcely afford to lose our leaders in this critical moment of crisis, now can we?

    ​A Global Oil Shortage Is Inevitable
    …Chronic underinvestment in new oil supply since the 2015 crisis and the pressure on oil and gas companies to curb emissions and even “keep it in the ground” will likely lead to peak global oil production earlier than previously expected, analysts say.
    ​ ​This would be a welcome development for green energy advocates, net-zero agendas, and the planet if it weren’t for one simple fact: oil demand is rebounding from the pandemic-driven slump and will set a new average annual record as soon as next year.
    ​ ​The energy transition and the various government plans for net-zero emissions have prompted analysts to forecast that peak oil demand would occur earlier than expected just a few years ago. However, as current investment trends in oil and gas stand, global oil supply could peak sooner than global oil demand…

    John Day

    COP26 & The Great Reset: The Not So Glorious Prospect of Owning Nothing and Passing a Cold, Dark Winter​ , Cynthia Chung​
    President Putin also had to make the point that countries need to tell Russia whether they want the gas supply to be increased, that Russia is meeting the present contractual demands and that if there is a demand to increase the supply, Russia can do it, but it needs to be a contract. Russia is not simply going to increase its supply to European nations without their official request for such a thing.
    ​ ​So, thus far we have found out that Russia has increased its supply of gas to Europe since the beginning of the year, that the US accounts for half of the cuts to the supply to Europe, that the energy shortage in Europe was caused by an over-reliance on wind and solar energy and that Nord Stream 2 (which has been strongly opposed by the US and Green Energy advocates) has the capability to restabilize gas prices and meet supply demands, that Russia is willing to do this, but that there are ongoing European restrictions that are preventing this from happening.​..
    ​ ​The fight for nuclear energy has always been about the fight for the right to develop one’s nation.​ ​​ (As opposed to being a tributary colony.)​
    As President Putin stressed the point at the recent “Russia Energy Week International Forum”:
    “To reiterate, the rise in natural gas prices in Europe stemmed from shortages of electricity, not the other way around… Systemic flaws have been gradually introduced in European energy over the past decade, which led to a major market crisis in Europe.
    ​ ​As a reminder, when nuclear and natural gas-based generation were the leading energy sources, there were no such crises, and there were no grounds for them… Few people are aware of this, but the nuclear energy’s carbon footprint is lower than that of solar energy. I think even the specialists here are, perhaps, hearing this for the first time.”​ (Catastrophic failure risks, and end-of-life management of old reactors are not factored in to that.)​
    Mark Carney, former director of the Bank of England has called for a “net zero banking alliance” in which banks have agreed not to lend to producers but only to put funds into the green bubble, the carbon bubble and so on. As a result, future energy production will drop even though there are ample resources available, creating further artificial scarcity.​…​
    ​ ​Carney said climate change must become the “fundamental driver of every investment decision or lending decision.”​ …
    ​ ​This is where the Great Reset agenda comes in, which will cause a further centralisation of how finance is already coordinated, into the hands of fewer and fewer controllers, giving increasing liquidity to the banking sector but no money for the productive sector.​..
    In addition, Wall Street on Parade has reported that they have reason to believe that the hyperinflation we are presently observing started back in Sept 2019 when a derivatives blow out occurred and to which the Federal Reserve stepped in through the repo markets to provide massive liquidity to banks such as Deutsche Bank, BNP, JP Morgan, Citibank, Bank of America etc.
    ​ ​This hyperinflationary money pumping did not just go to what is claimed to be solely for the covering of short-term corporate loans. The hypothesis of Wall Street on Parade is that the bulk of this money really went to covering up the derivatives blowout that they believe started in Sept 2019.
    ​ ​This is what is truly causing the hyperinflation and is being covered up by labeling it as a supply chain problem of raw material shortages and so on, when in fact it is due to the hyperinflationary money printing, combined with the green new deal policies, which are artificially driving up the prices of gas and coal.

    COP26 & The Great Reset: The Not So Glorious Prospect of Owning Nothing and Passing a Cold, Dark Winter


    A text message I received a few moments ago from a good friend who lives a few miles from me.
    I kid you not.

    “Hi all I am in Torbay A&E… Chest pains that I woke up with today and got worse through the day… dialled 111 and they told me to go to a&e…. seen a nurse So far, and got an ECG booked, waiting for that… I am sure I will be okay! ”

    Second jab about six weeks ago.
    And myself and others told him many times not to get the damn vaxx.

    Mr. House

    Thanks for the article John Day


    “Lipschütz ulcers, which is thought to be triggered by an immune response to a viral infection.”

    Did they say – “Rare” ?


    @mr house – indeed. Hasn’t it always been that way? The more I study history the more I notice the same pattern repeating. ‘Civilisation’ has recently been defended/defined by the civil rights gains made since ww2 ended. I don’t see many with a brain defending the advancement made since magna carta or the genius of inventors such as Agostino Ramelli. I even remember watching a incredibly biased British history series called ‘civilisation’ some years ago which based its theory that western civilisation was nearly lost and not rekindled after the fall of Rome and the Vikings, were it not for Charlemagne reuniting the Holy Roman Empire. Remarkable. I guess if you call ‘civilisation’ “The Eternal Quest for Power and the Conquest for Complete Human Enslavement”, you’d be right. In my book, however, ‘civilisation’ is a term far more nebulous and wide-reaching. We collectively borrow far more than we’d like to admit (“Standing on the shoulders of giants”). Hubris springs to mind when establishment figures mention ‘Civilisation’.

    Ilargi and Nicole have certainly spent their time chronicling ROEI and the Planet Earth here at TAE. While this (formerly) cheap energy has made civilisation what it is today, our dear leaders seemed to have misjudged things (the drop ahead) as this cheap energy will certainly not be there to fulfil their dreams of a 4th industrial revolution, unless there is something I missed. Perhaps CERN has somet hidden secret that has bolstered their confidence? If not, then the pattern will certainly be repeating, post haste.

    those darned kids

    best of luck to your buddy, germ.

    Mr. House

    “as this cheap energy will certainly not be there to fulfil their dreams of a 4th industrial revolution, unless there is something I missed.”

    If you get rid of a few billion people then you’ll have cheap energy for quite some time and can run all of your electric dreams. Just my take. I had an ex who was a big enviromental bandwagon jumper, back in 08 we were talking about it and i said, you know you should be cheering on the “great recession” because it does more to “save” the planet then all of your policy choices and if you really wanted to save the planet you’d need to get rid of a lot of humans. Seems like i was on to something.

    those darned kids

    i’ve enjoyed a lot of the lockdown. my neighbours had to live the way we do!

    now, they’re back in their pollution machines tooting about the city, clogging up drivethrus and unthoroughfares alike.

    the sky sure misses the lockdowns, i must say.

    [lockdowns are stupid and cruel, to be clear, unlike the sky]

    Doc Robinson

    Q: why doesn’t molnupiravir interfere with the vaccines’ EUA?

    A: For a similar reason as to why the existence of the FDA-approved vaxx “Comirnaty” didn’t interfere with the other vaxx EUAs. If the drug companies don’t make enough of the product available “to fully meet the emergency need” then the EUA products can keep their EUAs.

    For FDA to issue an EUA, there must be no adequate, approved, and available alternative to the candidate product for diagnosing, preventing, or treating the disease or condition. A potential alternative product may be considered “unavailable” if there are insufficient supplies of the approved alternative to fully meet the emergency need.

    Emergency Use Authorization of Medical Products and Related Authorities
    Guidance for Industry and Other Stakeholders


    @mr house – ha! You weren’t wrong! Sometimes being that cynical is a direct-link to what machievellian minds are thinking. Hard to believe for most who actually have a heart.

    One question though, beyond our own mortal limits, what will enable “them” and their progeny to live with impunity on the planet, having dispensed with the natural order? Do they actually think that their own tech and hand-selected experts will see them through survival on this planet and have an outcome any different than before when civilisation fell? The road to ruins is assured (Brutus, Nero, Caligula et al) but the ascent back up to productivity is not. As I said before, ‘Hubris’. It is often the most unlikely ‘bloodlines’ that contribute to this matter (apologies to Trivium). Our collective labour and intent is what contributed to the Pyramids, the sistene Chapel, the wonders of Art and music etc. You don’t miss your water, until your well runs dry…

    The series I mentioned in case anyone is interested – Kenneth Clarke’s Civilisation


    Dr. John Day:

    Mark Carney used to be Bank of Canada governor before becoming Britain’s Boe gov and he was the one who killed the income royalty trusts in Canada which destroyed about half of my ife’s savings. He is a man not to be trusted. He is obviously a globalist.


    Sparkle Socks is doing his part to prevent Canada’s energy industry from meeting Canada’s future energy needs while increasing the population by letting in increasing numbers of immigrants! So energy shortages are part of Canada’s green (from being cold) future.


    New green approach

    Reduce Methane is a chemical compound with the chemical formula CH4 (one atom of carbon and four atoms of hydrogen). It is a group-14 hydride, the simplest alkane, and the main constituent of natural gas. … When methane reaches the surface and the atmosphere, it is known as atmospheric methane.

    Can humans produce methane gas?

    Between 30 and 62% of healthy subjects produce methane. Methane is produced exclusively through anaerobic fermentation of both endogenous and exogenous carbohydrates by enteric microflora in humans.

    What produces the most methane in the world?

    Russia is the world’s top methane emitter from oil and gas. Animal agriculture is a similarly large source (30%); primarily because of enteric fermentation by ruminant livestock such as cattle and sheep.

    What is the world’s single largest human caused source of methane?

    The largest source of anthropogenic methane emissions is agriculture, responsible for around a quarter of the total, closely followed by the energy sector, which includes emissions from coal, oil, natural gas and biofuels.
    Canada has pledged to reduce methane emissions — here are some ways to get there
    Dexter McMillan · CBC News · Posted: Nov 02, 2021

    At the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland, earlier this week, U.S. President Joe Biden announced a far-reaching plan to reduce methane emissions worldwide.
    This echoed a pledge in October by the U.S., Canada and more than 80 other countries to reduce methane emissions by at least 30 per cent of 2020 levels by 2030
    Unexpected, Undeclared other consequences.
    (I’ll wait for your observations.)


    @zerosum – soylent green?

    Mr. House

    Cynic, n: a blackguard whose faulty vision sees things as they are, not as they ought to be.

    “One question though, beyond our own mortal limits, what will enable “them” and their progeny to live with impunity on the planet, having dispensed with the natural order?”

    I can’t say, i’ve heard of people who sell bug out bunkers laughing at the assumptions some of the rich make if the SHTF, like can’t i just put explosive collars on people who work for me to keep them loyal if my money isn’t worth anything? But i don’t think those are the people calling the shots, just toadys with money. But having watch the past two years or even the past 12 and watching “us” fight amongst each other and failing to rally against those that run things gives me little hope.

    those darned kids

    my wife and son are immigrants. they don’t use much energy.

    i imagine one blue jays night game, including lighting, sound systems, field maintenance, etc., with the additional energy expenditure of all the 49,286 fans and visiting team to get to the ballpark, uses the same amount of energy and resources as 49,286 immigrants in one year.

    162 games in a season, so about 40 night games.

    40*49,286 = 1,971,440

    so, just by eliminating baseball, we can admit at least 1,971,440 immigrants every year. where will they live?

    ever been to dutton? plenty of room in places just like it.

    we’ve got plenty of energy, we just use it stupidly.


    we’ve got plenty of energy, we just use it stupidly.
    I’m not giving up a “hot bath/shower”
    I don’t want to live in a “tepee”

    Mr. House

    @those darned kids

    You guys may remember how most of the sport leagues were close to folding in 2008? Just think if we’d only let the free market do its thang, like it was trying and ensured that people didnt die instead of bankers remaining rich and in control.


    For Canadian readers: there is a petition currently being circulating asking for the cancellation of vaccine passports. If you want to sign here is the link:


    > If you get rid of a few billion people then you’ll have cheap energy for quite some time and can run all of your electric dreams. <

    Ockham’s Razor suggests that this is what’s going on, I think.

    A few good comments in this NC thread:

    British Medical Journal: “Researcher Blows the Whistle on Data Integrity Issues in Pfizer’s Vaccine Trial”

    The morning person there is “shocked; shocked!” that the books were cooked..

    snoozy, obtuse, late

    those darned kids

    zero: no need. we need to give up f-35s and such.

    cost to run an f-35 for one hour: 35,000$
    my monthly light bill: 120$

    35,000/120 = 291.67 months or 24 years.

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