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WHO: Lift International Traffic Bans, Proof Of Vaccination Not Needed (G.)
England Ends All COVID Passports, Mask Mandates, Work Restrictions (ET)
Starbucks Says Will No Longer Require Vaccine Or Testing For Employees (JTN)
Health Department Warning Over Vaccine Mandate For NHS Staff In England (G.)
Perspectives on the Pandemic With Dr. Peter McCullough (Mercola)
Proximal Origin (ET)
The Vaccinators Will Never Stop Vaccinating (eugyp)
Novak Djokovic Holds 80% Of Danish Biotech Developing Covid Treatment (MC)
The Correcting Decades Old Medical Fraud Act (Denninger)
Paul Krugman Is Still Wrong About Money (Steve Keen)
How Did Fox News Become The Voice Of Reason? (RT)
Senate Democrats Fail To Change Filibuster, Handing Biden Stinging Defeat (JTN)
Biden Asked Why Americans Think He’s Not ‘Mentally Fit’ (RT)
Schumer Holds Antitrust Bills As His Daughters Work for Facebook, Amazon (NB)
Why I Am No Longer A Tenured Professor at Uni of Toronto (Jordan Peterson)








The more vaxx, the more infections.



180º. Do we get apologies?

WHO: Lift International Traffic Bans, Proof Of Vaccination Not Needed (G.)

The World Health Organization has recommended lifting or easing international traffic bans, citing the ineffectiveness of the measures to suppress the spread of the Omicron variant. The UN health agency recently updated its international health regulations recommendations during an emergency committee meeting on Wednesday. Recommendations included to “lift or ease international traffic bans as they do not provide added value and continue to contribute to the economic and social stress” of some countries. Implementing blanket travel bans are “not effective in suppressing international spread” and “may discourage transparent and rapid reporting of emerging variants of concerns” the agency said in a statement.

The failure of travel restrictions introduced after the detection and reporting of Omicron variant to limit international spread of Omicron demonstrates the ineffectiveness of such measures over time. Travel measures such as masking, testing, isolation/quarantine and vaccination should be based on risk assessments and avoid placing the financial burden on international travellers, according to their recommendations. The WHO also said the requirement to provide proof of vaccination against Covid-19 for international travel may not be needed as “the only pathway or condition” permitting international travel.

Do not require proof of vaccination against Covid-19 for international travel as the only pathway or condition permitting international travel given limited global access and inequitable distribution of Covid-19 vaccines. State parties should consider a risk-based approach to the facilitation of international travel by lifting or modifying measures, such as testing and/or quarantine requirements, when appropriate, in accordance with the WHO guidance.”

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The fun is in the details: no more mask in one week’s time. But you can still be fined for not wearing one till then.

England Ends All COVID Passports, Mask Mandates, Work Restrictions (ET)

Restrictions including COVID-19 passes, mask mandates, and work-from-home guidance will be removed in England, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Wednesday. Johnson also suggested that self-isolation rules may also be thrown out at the end of March as the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic becomes endemic. Effective immediately, the UK government is no longer asking people to work from home. The COVID pass mandate for nightclubs and large events won’t be renewed when it expires on Jan. 26. Also from Jan. 27, indoor mask-wearing will no longer be compulsory anywhere in England. The requirement for secondary school pupils to wear masks during class and in communal areas will be lifted on Jan. 20.

The Department for Education is expected to update its national guidance soon. Health Secretary Sajid Jajid will also announce plans to ease restrictions on care home visits in the coming days. Roaring cheers from lawmakers could be heard in the House of Commons following Johnson’s announcements on masks. People who test positive for COVID-19 and their unvaccinated contacts are still required to self-isolate, but Johnson said he “very much expect[s] not to renew” the rule when the relevant regulations expire on March 24. “As COVID becomes endemic, we will need to replace legal requirements with advice and guidance, urging people with the virus to be careful and considerate of others,” the prime minister said.

UK face masks

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220,000 U.S. employees. Many companies must follow.

Starbucks Says Will No Longer Require Vaccine Or Testing For Employees (JTN)

Starbucks has opted to do away with its COVID-19 vaccine requirement following a decision last week by the Supreme Court that blocked the Biden administration’s attempt to mandate vaccine requirements for large U.S. companies. “We respect the court’s ruling and will comply,” John Culver, chief operating officer for the major coffee shop chain, said Tuesday. The company will continue to encourage employees to get vaccinated, but the shots will not be a requisite of employment.

The “vaccine is the best option we have, by far, when it comes to staying safe and slowing the spread of COVID-19,” Culver also said, in a memo. Prior to the court’s decision, Starbuck’s announced it would be enforcing a vaccine-or-test model for the company’s 220,000 U.S. employees. Last week, the high court, in a 6-3 decision, blocked the Biden administration’s mandate for large employers from taking effect while other legal challenges to the mandate play out in lower courts.

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They basically came out and said: the vaccines don’t work: “32% effectiveness against Omicron infection, which wanes to in effective zero 20 weeks later..

But dismissal letters are ready to get sent in 2 weeks.

Health Department Warning Over Vaccine Mandate For NHS Staff In England (G.)

Ministers have been issued with a stark warning over mandatory Covid vaccines for NHS workers in England, with a leaked document saying growing evidence on the Omicron variant casts doubts over the new law’s “rationality” and “proportionality”. Two jabs will become compulsory for frontline NHS staff from 1 April after MPs voted on the legislation last month. But the document, drawn up by Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) officials and seen by the Guardian, said the evidence base on which MPs voted “has changed”, creating a higher chance of objections and judicial review. The effectiveness of only two vaccine doses against Omicron, and the lower likelihood of hospitalisations from the milder variant, are cited. More than 70,000 NHS staff – 4.9% – could remain unvaccinated by 1 April, the document says. NHS trusts in England are preparing to start sending dismissal letters from 3 February to any member of staff who has not had their first dose by then.

[..] The document prepared by DHSC officials noted that two vaccine doses provide up to 32% effectiveness against Omicron infection, which wanes to in effective zero 20 weeks later. At the time the policy was developed, two-dose effectiveness against infection with the Delta variant was substantially higher – 65% with Oxford/AstraZeneca and 80% with Pfizer/BioNTech, the DHSC memo said. Booster jabs have since been shown to be highly effective but are not part of the law for NHS workers. The document says: “While Omicron is more transmissible there appears to be a substantially lower risk of hospitalisation and mortality for those vaccinated vs Delta. “The low VE [vaccine effectiveness] against infection (and consequently effect on transmission) plus the lower risk posed by Omicron brings into question both the rationality of the VCOD2 policy and its proportionality and makes the case for vaccination requirement weaker than when [ministers] decided on the policy.

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“..It’s the scariest time to be an American, and thank goodness half of Americans didn’t take it.”

Perspectives on the Pandemic With Dr. Peter McCullough (Mercola)

McCullough believes many health care providers and the U.S. public are in a vaccination trance. It defies logic and commonsense how public officials and hospital executives can see the vaccines failing to work, can see the rising cases of adverse effects and deaths, and yet increasingly issue vaccine mandates or recommend the vaccine to groups for which it clearly shouldn’t be, like pregnant women. McCullough likens it to a form of psychosis or a group neurosis. The U.S. public, however, has seen so much fear, hospitalization and death during the pandemic that they may have been prepared to accept casualties associated with the vaccines. Still, a sizable number of Americans aren’t being fooled. “We’re at this pressure point, and I think right now, in talking to American people in my circles, they’re ready to take a time out,” McCullough said.

If it means taking a sabbatical from work or delaying school for a year, many Americans are willing to do it to avoid getting vaccinated. “The only way to stay healthy right now is to stay away from this vaccine. If you get COVID-19, get to one of these treatment networks and get immunity on the other side.” McCullough is a proponent of early treatment of COVID-19 and believes treatment options have been suppressed to allow for mass vaccination: “I think we’ve completely suppressed any form of treatment or help to people in order to promote the vaccine. Now the vaccine doesn’t work completely and it’s, frankly, dangerous. We’re down to almost one message: Take the jab or else … It’s the scariest time to be an American, and thank goodness half of Americans didn’t take it.

We’re going to have to see what this is going to look like. I think the next month or so is going to be incredibly interesting and it’s going to be ominous.” McCullough believes that eventually people will break out of the jab trance and realize that the answer isn’t these injections, while the handling of the pandemic, including mass jabs, will become a course in violation of human ethics and the Nuremberg code. With fear, isolation, hospitalizations and deaths still occurring, however, it may take years before the fog is lifted.

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In the thesaurus under “corruption”.

Proximal Origin (ET)

Four prominent scientists who played key roles in shaping the public narrative around the origin of COVID-19 received substantial increases in grant money from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), headed by Dr. Anthony Fauci, in the subsequent two years, a review of funding data by The Epoch Times has found. Three of these scientists—Kristian Andersen, Robert Garry, and Michael Farzan—were advisers to a teleconference organized by Fauci held on Feb. 1, 2020, in response to increasing public questions about the origin of the virus. The scientists were also instrumental in the publication of Proximal Origin, a highly influential paper that promoted a natural origins theory for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, and has been frequently cited by the government and media.

Emails released under Freedom of Information Act requests, showed that the scientists had told the senior members of Fauci’s teleconference that they were 60 to 80 percent sure that COVID-19 had come out of a lab. Notably, despite their private concerns about the origin of the virus, the first draft of Proximal Origin was completed on the same day as the teleconference. Andersen and Garry were co-authors of Proximal Origin and Farzan was acknowledged in the Nature version of Proximal Origin for his participatory discussions in the article’s creation. Additionally, Fauci’s NIAID provided a substantial increase in funding to EcoHealth’s Peter Daszak, through whom NIAID had funded controversial gain-of-function coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.

Some of these funding amounts have continued through 2021—and one of the newest grants will continue through at least 2025. A significant portion of the funding increase for Daszak, as well as for Andersen and Garry, was provided through NIAID’s creation of the Centers for Research in Emerging Infectious Diseases (CREID). The program, which was originally referred to as Emerging Infectious Diseases Research Centers (EIDRCs) during the early planning stages in 2019, was formally announced under a new name on Aug. 27, 2020. It is not known why the program was initially delayed or why it was renamed.

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“..we now face a prolonged, multi-year struggle to retain control of our bodies and our bloodstreams..”

The Vaccinators Will Never Stop Vaccinating (eugyp)

The vaccinators are deranged lunatics, and whatever happens with Corona, we now face a prolonged, multi-year struggle to retain control of our bodies and our bloodstreams. This is what I get from COVID-19: What’s Next?, a World Economic Forum panel discussion featuring Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel. Like everything produced by the WEF, it’s stultifying, boring and terrifying all at the same time. Below the fold, I’ve transcribed the key moments for you, but the takeaways are simple enough:

—Moderna, just one of multiple pharmaceuticals eager to exploit our new vaccine mania, are expanding their manufacturing capacity to produce as many as 6 billion mRNA vaccine doses per year. —Moderna will have an Omicron-specific vaccine as early as March, and they won’t be the only ones. The compliant triple jabbed can look forward to having their fully vaccinated status revoked once again. —Moderna are working in close collaboration with “Dr. Fauci’s team” and with public health experts to develop an annual combined mRNA flu, RSV and Corona vaccine to reduce “compliance issues.” —The industry more broadly has targeted about 20 pathogens for vaccine development, from Zika to Nipah, with a view towards being able to rapidly deploy mRNA vaccines against future virus threats.

The vaccinators are a great sword of Damocles over our heads. As I type this, they are scouring the earth for the novel pathogens their products require, and they, together with their bureaucratic and academic allies, will do their level best to call into being new pandemic scares and vaccination campaigns whenever possible – perhaps every flu season.

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“The company is developing a peptide, which inhibits the coronavirus from infecting the human cell..”

Novak Djokovic Holds 80% Of Danish Biotech Developing Covid Treatment (MC)

Tennis champion Novak Djokovic has an 80% stake of Danish biotech firm QuantBioRes, which is aiming to develop a medical treatment to counter COVID-19, the company’s chief executive told Reuters on Wednesday. CEO Ivan Loncarevic, who described himself as an entrepreneur, said the investment was made in June 2020 but declined to say how much it was. QuantBioRes has around 11 researchers working in Denmark, Australia and Slovenia, according to Loncarevic, who stressed they were working on a treatment, not a vaccine. The company is developing a peptide, which inhibits the coronavirus from infecting the human cell, expects to launch clinical trials in Britain this summer, he added.

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All forgotten in the space of less than a year.

The Correcting Decades Old Medical Fraud Act (Denninger)

II. Definitions As used in this Title the following terms are defined:
• Sterilizing immunity – The induction of immune response in an individual by either infection or immunization, that both prevents the acquisition of the infection and its forward transmission.
• Durable – In a person of less than 15 years of age protection must be maintained at the specified level for at least five (5) years from the completion of the prescribed original sequence and for a person of 15 years of age or older protection at the specified level must be maintained for least ten (10) years from the completion of the original sequence. Boosters may be required to maintain protection beyond these time limits.

******* – As defined in 25 US Code Sec 4132 (2), a preparation given to a human being for the purpose of, and which does by scientific evidence, produce durable sterilizing immunity in no less than 90% of healthy human subjects.
• Prophylaxis – A preparation given to a human being for the purpose of, and which does by scientific evidence, attenuate or treat the symptoms of a disease should it be contracted, and which is given prior to exposure to the disease-causing agent. Scientific evidence of prevention of the infection or prevention of forward transmission is not required.

III. Prohibitions
1. It shall be unlawful for any medical practitioner in the United States, any public health authority, manufacturer, distributor, retailer or person otherwise providing a substance intended for use in a human being to represent that said substance is a ******* unless that substance has been shown, by scientific evidence, to produce sterilizing immunity when the prescribed sequence is completed for not less than five (5) years in a person under the age of fifteen (15) and for ten (10) years in a person 15 years of age or older.

2. It is the public policy of the United States to strongly discourage the combining of prophylaxis and ******* preparations into one unit dose. In order to discourage this practice a combined preparation that contains both one or more legally-defined *******s and prophylaxis as one unit dose must be labeled as, and treated for the purpose of this title, as a prophylaxis for the purposes of this title and in all matters related to public health.

3. No public health authority, school, business, medical establishment or other entity, public or private, including but not limited to CMS, State Agencies, border and customs agents, health service firms and others, without exception, may require that a person produce evidence of or accept a prophylaxis to condition any right or privilege, including but not limited to employment, transportation, education, lodging or entry into any place or facility within the boundaries of the United States and its territories. All such existing statutes, regulations and private claimed rights of action are void as of the date of enactment of this Title and of no force or effect.

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Isn’t this clear yet? Steve explains again.

Paul Krugman Is Still Wrong About Money (Steve Keen)

When a writer starts a new column, his first battle is to justify why people should read it. Paul Krugman has just made that task much easier for me, by publishing a column on money that, to use his favorite phrase, is “all wrong.” The crucial point at which Krugman gets it “all wrong” —yes, a Nobel Prize winner in Economics is wrong about money—is his assumption that, when they lend, banks lend out reserves: Since the 2008 financial crisis, however, banks have been voluntarily holding vast excess reserves, apparently because they don’t see enough good lending opportunities. If you’ve studied economics, you might think there’s nothing wrong with that statement, because that’s what the textbooks tell you: banks take in deposits from some customers, and then lend out the reserves these deposits create to other customers.

But in 2014, the Bank of England said that the textbooks were wrong: rather than banks lending out deposits that are placed with them, the act of lending creates deposits—the reverse of the sequence typically described in textbooks. Krugman read this paper, and expressed only confusion about it: he began his column with “OK, color me puzzled,” and the post got more puzzling from there. This week’s column, 8 years later, shows that he’s simply ignored what he didn’t understand—and he’s not alone. Virtually all mainstream economists still get this wrong, and textbooks continue to teach a story that the Bank of England said is false. This is a crucial mistake, and it’s why economists are so often wrong about the economy—including their failure to see the 2008 financial crisis coming. So, let’s get it right.

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The neocons have moved to where they think they can do most damage.

How Did Fox News Become The Voice Of Reason? (RT)

Imagine traveling back in time 20 years and explaining the current US geopolitical predicament to someone in 2002. They’d easily believe the country’s leadership is barreling headlong into a war it can’t win for reasons it hasn’t adequately explained. But the American of 2002, if you could pry him away from ‘CSI: Miami,’ would find it shocking to flip on the news networks and find the sole anti-war message at prime time coming from Fox News, and the loudest pro-war shrieking coming from the liberal CNN and MSNBC. As the Biden administration seriously entertains the prospect of war with Russia over Ukraine (the latest bright idea from the White House is to funnel arms to Ukrainian paramilitaries, Syria style), that’s exactly what’s happening. Fox News host Tucker Carlson opined at length on Tuesday night against going to war over Ukraine, arguing that such a conflict would be “incredibly destructive.”

Carlson’s guest, analyst Clint Ehrlich, expounded on this, stating that bringing Ukraine into NATO – the plan that triggered the current descent toward war – would not serve US strategic interests, or those of NATO itself. “It’s not just nuts. It’s dangerous. We’re sleepwalking toward a conflict with a country that has more than 4,000 nuclear weapons,” Ehrlich told Carlson. “It’s just shocking that people are not more upset by this.” Once considered a sewer pipe of neoconservative jingoism, Fox News is now anti-war – or at least its top-rated host is. On the liberal networks, things are different. MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough – a man who once accused “the Russians” of killing Jeffrey Epstein – practically pounded his fists into the news desk earlier this month, demanding that President Joe Biden “move aggressively” against Russia.

“We’ve got to be aggressive in our defense of our allies. And Ukraine, despite what you hear from Putin propagandists … we have to defend our democratic allies,” he said. In print media, rehabilitated warmonger John Bolton is in the Washington Post calling on the US to send troops to Ukraine “and possibly Georgia and others,” Jonah Goldberg is arguing in the LA Times that even meeting with Vladimir Putin is “a concession” to Moscow that the US should avoid, and The Guardian – the favored read of soy-eating peaceniks – is publishing rosy profiles of the brave Ukrainian civilians “ready to resist” a Russian advance because they “don’t like dictators.” Even the relatively centrist Wall Street Journal ran a column this week arguing for the formation of “an American and coalition force to defend Ukraine,” presumably forgetting that such almighty international coalitions were humiliated by shoeless goat-herders in Afghanistan and Iraq, never mind in mechanized combat against a rival superpower.

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Why let it come to a vote if this is obvious?

Senate Democrats Fail To Change Filibuster, Handing Biden Stinging Defeat (JTN)

Senate Democrats failed twice on Wednesday night to pass their signature legislation to nationalize elections, handing President Joe Biden a stinging defeat that was delivered in part by two centrists in his own party. The second vote came late Wednesday night when the Senate refused to change the filibuster rules in a 52-48 vote. Democratic Sens. Joe Manchin (W.V.) and Krysten Sinema (Ariz.) voted with Republicans to keep the filibuster rules, rejecting their party’s bid to end the 60-vote threshold for passing legislation in the chamber. A few hours earlier, Senate Republicans, joined by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), voted against moving forward with the Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act,

The motion to failed in the Senate by 51-49. Schumer joined Republicans “in order to enter a motion to reconsider the vote,” according to the Senate Press Gallery. Minutes before the Senate voted Schumer threatened that “if the GOP blocks this vote—we must change the rules of the Senate to pass these bills.” The bill, which was expected to fail, required 60 votes to move forward and overcome the Republican filibuster. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) complained about the legislation on Twitter. “Dems hv spent afternoon claiming 2 want to debate voting bill, claiming Rs don’t want to then they voted 4 motion 2 CUT OFF debate & amendments same day Senate took up bill w all amendments blocked by Sen Schumer,” he tweeted shortly after the vote.

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Bit of a cheap shot, perhaps, but his numbers set off major alarm bells.

Biden Asked Why Americans Think He’s Not ‘Mentally Fit’ (RT)

US President Joe Biden said he has “no idea” why a growing number of voters see him as mentally unfit, after a new survey found a large proportion of respondents are in doubt of his intellectual capacity. The president was asked about his faculties during a Wednesday news conference, with Newsmax reporter James Rosen fielding a carefully worded question about a poll conducted over the weekend. “I’d like to raise a delicate subject, but with utmost respect for your life accomplishments and the high office you hold,” Rosen said. “A poll released this morning by Politico-Morning Consult found 49 percent of registered voters disagreeing with the statement ‘Joe Biden is mentally fit.’” The journalist added that “not even a majority of Democrats who responded strongly affirmed that statement,” to which Biden replied “I’ll let you all make the judgment whether they’re correct.”

Rosen continued to press, however, asking why “such large segments of the American electorate have come to harbor such profound concerns about your cognitive fitness.” Biden responded curtly: “I have no idea.” “I don’t believe the polls,” Biden said in response to another question about moderate and independent voters increasingly dissatisfied with his job performance. Republican women questioned Biden’s mental state more than any other demographic in the poll, with a combined 87% saying they “strongly” or “somewhat” disagree with the statement that he is fit. Democratic men, meanwhile, were among the least critical. Some 49% of registered voters also said the president is not “stable,” with another 43% stating that he is and the rest declining to answer.

Biden Ukraine

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“..Facebook and Twitter gave over 90 percent of their political contributions to Democrats for the 2020 election cycle..”

Schumer Holds Antitrust Bills As His Daughters Work for Facebook, Amazon (NB)

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer decides what bills come up for a Senate vote. But with Schumer’s daughters employed by Facebook and Amazon, antitrust legislation may go the way of President Joe Biden’s popularity: down into oblivion. As majority leader of the U.S. Senate, Schumer (D-NY) controls the vote timing and selection of legislation that moves through the chamber, according to the New York Post. The Senate Judiciary Committee is reviewing Big Tech legislation that would prevent platforms from favoring their own products over competitors’, and that legislation may come up for a vote soon. Schumer reportedly has not said where he stands on the legislation. Might that stem from the fact that his two daughters work for Big Tech companies? Jessica Schumer is a registered lobbyist for e-commerce giant Amazon, per New York state records. Alison Schumer works for Facebook as a product marketing manager, the New York Post wrote.

The two sisters’ employment, it would seem, poses a potential conflict of interest for Schumer around antitrust legislation. “When they are on opposite sides of the divide it can make the public servant member of the family too sympathetic to the company that employs their child or family member,” Jeff Hauser of Revolving Door Project, which studies money in politics, reportedly told the New York Post. Schumer is not the only lawmaker with a potential tech-related conflict of interest. “When you put together the amount of money Speaker [Nancy] Pelosi made off tech with the fact that leader Schumer’s two kids work for giant tech companies, Democrats are going to have a very hard time explaining if major legislation doesn’t move forward this session,” a “progressive operative” reportedly told the New York Post.

The publication also has reported that the daughter of Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), “one of the most vocal opponents of antitrust bills,” works for Google’s legal team. Big Tech employees have proven before how leftist they are. Facebook employees orchestrated a movement demanding Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg censor then-President Donald Trump in 2020, for instance. Open Secrets records revealed that for “all federal candidates,” by October 2020, both Facebook and Twitter gave over 90 percent of their political contributions to Democrats for the 2020 election cycle, particularly to then-presidential candidate Joe Biden. Hundreds of Amazon employees demanded the platform stop selling a book that challenged the woke left’s narratives on gender identity in July 2021.

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The world is a different place.

Why I Am No Longer A Tenured Professor at Uni of Toronto (Jordan Peterson)

First, my qualified and supremely trained heterosexual white male graduate students (and I’ve had many others, by the way) face a negligible chance of being offered university research positions, despite stellar scientific dossiers. This is partly because of Diversity, Inclusivity and Equity mandates (my preferred acronym: DIE). These have been imposed universally in academia, despite the fact that university hiring committees had already done everything reasonable for all the years of my career, and then some, to ensure that no qualified “minority” candidates were ever overlooked. My students are also partly unacceptable precisely because they are my students. I am academic persona non grata, because of my unacceptable philosophical positions. And this isn’t just some inconvenience. These facts rendered my job morally untenable. How can I accept prospective researchers and train them in good conscience knowing their employment prospects to be minimal?

Second reason: This is one of many issues of appalling ideology currently demolishing the universities and, downstream, the general culture. Not least because there simply is not enough qualified BIPOC people in the pipeline to meet diversity targets quickly enough (BIPOC: black, indigenous and people of colour, for those of you not in the knowing woke). This has been common knowledge among any remotely truthful academic who has served on a hiring committee for the last three decades. This means we’re out to produce a generation of researchers utterly unqualified for the job. And we’ve seen what that means already in the horrible grievance studies “disciplines”. That, combined with the death of objective testing, has compromised the universities so badly that it can hardly be overstated. And what happens in the universities eventually colours everything. As we have discovered.

All my craven colleagues must craft DIE statements to obtain a research grant. They all lie (excepting the minority of true believers) and they teach their students to do the same. And they do it constantly, with various rationalizations and justifications, further corrupting what is already a stunningly corrupt enterprise. Some of my colleagues even allow themselves to undergo so-called anti-bias training, conducted by supremely unqualified Human Resources personnel, lecturing inanely and blithely and in an accusatory manner about theoretically all-pervasive racist/sexist/heterosexist attitudes. Such training is now often a precondition to occupy a faculty position on a hiring committee.

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    Johannes Vermeer Woman holding a balance 1662-63   • WHO: Lift International Traffic Bans, Proof Of Vaccination Not Needed (G.) • England Ends Al
    [See the full post at: Debt Rattle January 20 2022]

    Veracious Poet

    Wonder how much worse Klownifornia will get once they drive the remaining SANE humans out of the state:

    California regulators have forced the shutdown of a Christian preschool in El Cajon for declining to force the state’s mask mandate (on 2-3 yo children), which applies even in indoor settings on private property.

    Foothills Christian Church Preschool was temporarily shut down last month by the California Department of Social Services. with the school’s director, Tiffany McHugh, legally barred from working with children for declining to enforce a mask mandate on the two and three-year old children who attend the school.

    McHugh is permanently banned from working with children.

    California’s Regime Shuts Down Christian Preschool For Declining to Mask Three-Year Old Kids

    V. Arnold

    Johannes Vermeer Woman holding a balance 1662-63

    Wow! What a totally amazing painting that is…
    The detail and it’s subtlety is fascinating…
    Just how does one embrace the totality of it?

    Dr. D

    The Anglos hate and extract their children more than anyone in the world.

    The newscasters’ reaction to a student breaking down saying “You’ve ruined my life for nothing”?

    “I’m sorry, where you saying something? We were daydreaming about our pensions and houses and not listening there. Say it again and I’ll put on a faker face pretending I care.”

    Luckily, school and exams were always a complete unnecessary con. BY the same adults who are extracting her and not caring. But she doesn’t know that.

    What was that about choosing our “Cuomo Acres” nursing home?


    Wow! What a totally amazing painting that is…The detail and it’s subtlety is fascinating…Just how does one embrace the totality of it?

    First I look at the woman. Then I try to figure what’s going on in the painting behind her. Then I read the title. Then I notice the balance, which I probably would not have noticed for a long time if I did not read the title.


    Krugman doesn’t know how fractional reserve banking works? Are you kidding me?!


    I have no Facebook account, makes it hard to share, but try this: https://fb.watch/aF1WiKfZax/

    Nigel Farage says that an FOIA request results in a total number of 17,000 deaths in the UK from Covid, without underlying conditions. Worldometer has those deaths at 152,000.

    700,000 people die in the UK each year.

    Wait, also: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=U90eDxJV_9k

    those darned kids

    it is absolutely ridiculous that we pay private institutions to create our money.

    what a scam.


    Where does this come from?

    “60% of the injected have detected ‘micro clots’ with the D-dimer test in the 1st week after injection. Right heart failure within 3 years is common”

    Vinay Prasad interviewed Tracy Beth Horgan. Both docs but see themselves as reasoned data driven vaccinators. At one point Vinay asks.

    You are someone who cares about balancing the efficacy of vaccines and minimizing their harms—is this an accurate characterization?

    Her response only proves she belongs to a cult.

    Absolutely. My interpretation of the data is vaccines continue to be the best tool we have to prevent severe disease. When health care workers could get vaccinated, I got mine the first day I could. That being said, I had wished my parents and older patients could have gotten theirs before me. I begged unsuccessfully to extend my time between the first and second dose because of cardiac side effects I had had from the first dose (which came on quite severely while running). I continue to strongly recommend vaccines to my patients (and now boosters for all over 40-50 or with specific risk factors) and help facilitate vaccination appointments for them and talk them through the data.


    The road to hell is paved virtue. If it goes south for her in the future, will she blame the jab?

    “That being said, I had wished my parents and older patients could have gotten theirs before me. I begged unsuccessfully to extend my time between the first and second dose because of cardiac side effects I had had from the first dose (which came on quite severely while running).

    Mr. House

    he who holds the gold makes the rules, got gold? 😉

    Silver is up a 1.45 this week, oil is climbing quickly, i’ve heard rumors of a banking crisis in march or april. The ten year has also been climbing quickly lately. Could be an interesting next few months.



    I can’t help wondering if the continuous attacks on Boris Johnson are because of his relaxed attitude to COVID.

    Is it an attempt to replace him with a leader just as batshit crazy as other European ‘leaders’?

    those darned kids

    from mr. cat:

    those darned kids

    woohoo! i got an image to post!!!!

    [the above courtesy of el señor gato]

    those darned kids

    chooch: “Where does this come from?

    “60% of the injected have detected ‘micro clots’ with the D-dimer test in the 1st week after injection.”

    that’s the number from dr. hoffe, a b.c. doctor. he tested some patients. no one else seems to have run any tests..

    John Day

    “Seize The Initiative’ is up, with a fair amount you have seen here, and another construction picture:

    The WEF “Great Reset” has not quite worked out yet, and the window of opportunity for this final-solution is considerably less open than it was a year ago.
    The trajectory of that plan was to change everything at once for everybody. Vaccine-passports on smartphones would also be wallets for central bank digital currency, and record where you were and what you spent it on, to be reviewed for appropriateness… You were on the road to “Own nothing and be happy” by 2030.
    Tessa (fights robots) Lena had The Great Reset For Dummies in late 2020, which is still a wonderful perspective piece.

    ​ ​Thus, the practical aim of the Great Reset is to fundamentally restructure the world’s economy and geopolitical relations based on two assumptions: one, that every element of nature and every life form is a part of the global inventory (managed by the allegedly benevolent state, which, in turn, is owned by several suddenly benevolent wealthy people, via technology)—and two, that all inventory needs to be strictly accounted for: be registered in a central database, be readable by a scanner and easily ID’ed, and be managed by AI, using the latest “science.” The goal is to count and then efficiently manage and control all resources, including people, on an unprecedented scale, with unprecedented digital anxiety and precision—all while the masters keep indulging, enjoying vast patches of conserved nature, free of unnecessary sovereign peasants and their unpredictability.

    ​Steve Kirsch: ​The narrative is falling apart, piece by piece
    ​ ​The vaccines make you more likely to get COVID: It was supposed to make things better, but we’re basically mandating you get a shot that makes you more likely to get infected… UK Government Data proves the Covid-19 Vaccines DOUBLE your chan​ces of catching Covid-19​.
    ​ ​The vaccines aren’t safe: I’m now hearing a lot from prominent formerly pro-vax docs that they are turning on the vaccine.​..
    ​Cloth masks don’t work: ​(nor do surgical masks) ​The CDC finally admits that cloth masks that they said worked before and that everyone wore don’t actually work.​..
    ​ ​Kids shouldn’t have boosters shots: Top WHO scientist finally admits that kids shouldn’t get boosted!!!! Yet the US colleges and universities aren’t going to back off.​..
    ​ Remdesivir is killing patients, not saving them: RDV is standard operating procedure in the US, but everyone I talk to says it doesn’t work and is much more likely to kill patients than save them…[Remdesivir might work in the first week, since it impairs viral replication, but nobody gets sick enough to hospitalize in the first week. Hospitalization occurs in the second week, the inflammatory phase, where the immune response to the (already decreasing) virus wreaks havoc.]
    ​Social distancing doesn’t work: The MIT study came out in April, 2021 that showed social distancing makes no difference.

    John Day

    The breaking down of this particular narrative entry to the world of owning nothing and living (as permitted) through a smartphone ap​, does not mean that goal is abandoned by the billionaires, who did very well in the past 2 years. ( may have noticed.) They have consolidated ownership at their level, and reduced ownership of small businesses which have gone bankrupt. This is a new high water mark of wealth disparity in our world.
    I see the next on-ramp to the Build Back Better expressway as being free-digital-currency in the next financial crisis. The carrot.
    “Sure you need some help right now. Take this free electronic money and pay on your credit card, mortgage and car.” You see where that goes.

    mRNA gene-insertion technology, “the vaccine”, has not gone away, and the fatal side effects are being brushed under the bulging rug by corporate media and governments, because there is a lot of liability to go around, if everybody realizes how very bad the body count and medical consequences are. All cause mortality is up, up, up… I believe we can openly address this ongoing threat. There is some hope to publicly address the global mass poisoning, some hope…

    ​ ​Moderna will have an Omicron-specific vaccine as early as March​ (ha, ha, too late)​, and they won’t be the only ones. The compliant triple jabbed can look forward to having their fully vaccinated status revoked once again…
    ​ ​Moderna are working in close collaboration with “Dr. Fauci’s team” and with public health experts to develop an annual combined mRNA flu, RSV and Corona vaccine to reduce “compliance issues.”
    ​ ​The industry more broadly has targeted about 20 pathogens for vaccine development, from Zika to Nipah, with a view towards being able to rapidly deploy mRNA vaccines against future virus threats.
    ​ ​The ​”​vaccinators​”​ are a great sword of Damocles over our heads. As I type this, they are scouring the earth for the novel pathogens their products require, and they, together with their bureaucratic and academic allies, will do their level best to call into being new pandemic scares and vaccination campaigns whenever possible – perhaps every flu season.

    ​CJ Hopkins, The Last Days of the Covidian Cult
    ​ ​This isn’t going to be pretty, folks. The downfall of a death cult rarely is. There is going to be wailing and gnashing of teeth, incoherent fanatical jabbering, mass deleting of embarrassing tweets. There’s going to be a veritable tsunami of desperate rationalizing, strenuous denying, shameless blame-shifting, and other forms of ass-covering, as suddenly former Covidian Cult members make a last-minute break for the jungle before the fully-vaxxed-and-boosted “Safe and Effective Kool-Aid” servers get to them.
    ​ ​Yes, that’s right, as I’m sure you’ve noticed, the official Covid narrative is finally falling apart, or is being hastily disassembled, or historically revised, right before our eyes. The “experts” and “authorities” are finally acknowledging that the “Covid deaths” and “hospitalization” statistics are artificially inflated and totally unreliable (which they have been from the very beginning), and they are admitting that their miracle “vaccines” don’t work (unless you change the definition of the word “vaccine”), and that they have killed a few people, or maybe more than a few people, and that lockdowns were probably “a serious mistake.”​ …
    ​ It was always mostly just a matter of time. As Klaus Schwab said, “the pandemic represent[ed] a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world.” …
    ​ It isn’t over, but that window is closing, and our world has not been “reimagined” and “reset,” not irrevocably, not just yet. Clearly, GloboCap underestimated the potential resistance to the Great Reset, and the time it would take to crush that resistance. And now the clock is running down, and the resistance isn’t crushed … on the contrary, it is growing. And there is nothing GloboCap can do to stop it, other than go openly totalitarian, which it can’t, as that would be suicidal.​
    [The carrot, CJ, the CARROT]​
    ​ ​“New Normal totalitarianism — and any global-capitalist form of totalitarianism — cannot display itself as totalitarianism, or even authoritarianism. It cannot acknowledge its political nature. In order to exist, it must not exist. Above all, it must erase its violence (the violence that all politics ultimately comes down to) and appear to us as an essentially beneficent response to a legitimate ‘global health crisis’ …”
    ​ I don’t know what is going to happen. I’m not an oracle. I’m just a satirist. But we are getting dangerously close to the point where GloboCap will need to go full-blown fascist if they want to finish what they started. If that happens, things are going to get very ugly. I know, things are already ugly, but I’m talking a whole different kind of ugly. Think Jonestown, or Hitler’s final days in the bunker, or the last few months of the Manson Family.​ [CJ lives in Germany. It’s bad in Germany.]

    John Day

    Irish journalist, Graham Dockery, asks: How did Fox News become the voice of reason?
    ​ ​But the American of 2002, if you could pry him away from ‘CSI: Miami,’ would find it shocking to flip on the news networks and find the sole anti-war message at prime time coming from Fox News, and the loudest pro-war shrieking coming from the liberal CNN and MSNBC.

    ​ Every year there is a story presenting the powerful evidence that Martin Luther King Jr. was murdered by the FBI and local police, by the best marksman in​ the Memphis police department, who spent the whole prior day practicing at the rifle range. He was finally smothered to death with a pillow in the hospital, by doctors.
    The King family is still trying to get the case reopened…

    Israel finds 4 Covid vaccine jabs ‘not good enough’ against Omicron
    ​ ​Despite the new findings, Israeli health officials already moved ahead with fourth doses for the elderly, the immunocompromised and medical workers beginning earlier this month, with some 500,000 receiving a second booster on top of an initial two-dose regimen as of Sunday.

    ​ ​New research suggests COVID was less deadly than thought in first year of pandemic​ ​(​The​ case is water-tight, but the conclusions are unpopular.)
    Meta-research pioneer John Ioannidis of Stanford cuts “infection fatality rate” by half for age groups including young people, using international “seroprevalence” review.


    What a totally amazing painting that is…

    Today’s selection: Johannes Vermeer Woman holding a balance 1662-63 is “balanced” in so many ways. I appreciate the open space on the grey wall which shifts the entire presentation into focus, strategically balanced to bring awareness to the moment of contemplation (inviting you to do the same, to go beyond the painting itself). The presence of skillfully draped fabrics and or fabrics in a random pile always fascinates me; the skill needed to paint these fabrics and fur is immense. How heavy the clothes must have been in those days. The brightest LIGHT is found at the woman’s HEART center. LOVEly in every way.

    John Day

    ​Boris Johnson is a political survivor… ​England Ends All COVID Passports, Mask Mandates, Work Restrictions

    Starbucks says will no longer require vaccine or testing for employees​ (“Weathervane”)

    ​Jenny said two teachers at her school, where I treated multiple teachers (free) for COVID last winter, just came back from COVID leave, having been treated by their doctors with ivermectin. This is a BIG CHANGE in Austin (though a small sample)​.
    The War on Treatment Is Fiercer Now Than Even Covid Itself​ , Mary​ ​Beth​ ​Pfeiffer

    The War on Treatment Is Fiercer Now Than Even Covid Itself

    John Day

    Western governments drop plans to cut Russia off from SWIFT – media​
    ​ ​German newspaper Handelsblatt has reported that Western leaders have ruled out the possibility of disconnecting Russia from the global banking interchange SWIFT. However, the US government has contradicted the assertion.
    ​ ​“No option is off the table,” a spokesperson for Washington’s National Security Council told reporters on Monday.
    ​ ​The denial comes after Handelsblatt claimed that the US had, in fact, given up on the threat of removing Russia from SWIFT in talks with the German government. If the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication cuts ties with Russian banks, Germany would have no way of paying Moscow for its natural gas contracts.

    ​The US wants to ship liquified natural gas to Europe at triple the Russian price, but does not have the shipping capacity or terminal capacity to do it.
    “Got Your Back”, indeed.​ US Scrambles For ‘Contingency Plans’ From Energy Firms On Gas Supply Crunch Amid Russia-Ukraine Crisis

    ​Iran is selling a lot of oil to China. China must buy less elsewhere. Iran may not be able to increase supply into global markets as much as we had assumed.
    ​Flouting Sanctions, Iran Says Oil Sales Have Enjoyed “Staggering” Rise Over Past Year

    John Day

    Energy analyst, Art Berman, talks about the ill-planned “trip to Abilene” for a mediocre meal, which nobody really wanted, but everybody went along for.
    Population is the currency of evolution. Growth is not some frivolous, uniquely human behavior. There seems to be a genetic imperative for all species to increase their numbers. Those with the best access to highly productive sources of energy grow the most. Those that are able to adapt with larger populations live and those that are not become extinct.
    ​ ​Energy is central. Any movement, activity or event in nature requires energy. Energy is and always will be the currency of life.​..​
    ​ ​Most people think that the economy runs on money. It doesn’t. It runs on work which requires energy. The economy runs on energy. Energy is the economy. Oil is the primary source of energy today therefore, oil is the economy…
    ​ ​The world has used half (51%) of all the oil ever produced in just the last 25 years…
    ​ ​This is overshoot and population growth is the root cause. Climate change is just collateral damage.​..
    ​ ​Guidelines were agreed upon to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 at the recent COP26 meeting but no government agreed to cut its economic growth or population. In the most optimistic outcome, therefore, we will continue to overshoot earth’s ecosystem using more renewable and less fossil energy inputs.
    ​ ​U.S. envoy John Kerry’s comments are worth considering:
    ​ ​“I’m told by scientists that 50% of the reductions we have to make (to get to near zero emissions) by 2050 or 2045 are going to come from technologies we don’t yet have.”
    We’ve agreed to do something that’s impossible without a miracle.

    The Climate-Change Trip to Abilene

    ​The Archdruid, John Michael Greer​ : The Unmanageable Future
    ​ ​Christopher Columbus, when he set sail on the first of his voyages across the Atlantic, brought with him a copy of The Travels of Sir John Mandeville, a fraudulent medieval travelogue that claimed to recount a journey east to the Earthly Paradise across a wholly imaginary Asia, packed full of places and peoples that never existed. Columbus’ eager attention to that volume seems to have played a significant role in keeping him hopelessly confused about the difference between the Asia of his dreams and the place where he’d actually arrived. It’s a story more than usually relevant today, because most people nowadays are equipped with comparable misinformation for their journey into the future, and are going to end up just as disoriented as Columbus.​..
    ​…Yet there’s another delusion, subtler but even more misleading, that pervades current notions about the future and promises an even more awkward collision with unwelcome realities.
    ​ That delusion? The notion that we can decide what future we’re going to get, and get it.​..
    ​ ​Politicians and pundits are always confidently predicting this or that future, while think tanks earnestly churn out reports on how to get to one future or how to avoid another. It’s not just Klaus Schwab and his well-paid flunkeys at the World Economic Forum, chattering away about their Orwellian plans for a Great Reset; with embarrassingly few exceptions, from the far left to the far right, everyone’s got a plan for the future, and acts as though all we have to do is adopt the plan and work hard, and everything will fall into place.
    What’s missing in this picture is any willingness to compare that rhetoric to reality and see how well it performs.​ (No time for that, right?)

    The Unmanageable Future

    John Day

    And this just in: Biden says the Darndest Things:
    POLITICSCNN Scrambles to Explain Away Joe Biden Saying 2022 Midterms Could Be “Illegitimate”
    Well, this is awkward.

    CNN Scrambles to Explain Away Joe Biden Saying 2022 Midterms Could Be “Illegitimate”


    As I peruse yesterday’s comments…

    I notice that “The Satan Club” (affiliated with The Satanic Temple, I suppose?) received exactly the horrified effect that it desires. It’s name is intended to shock and titillate. It isn’t “anti-Christ” in the religious sense, but it does attract folks who don’t espouse Christianity. One of my sons was bullied significantly in elementary school. One of the areas in which he was specifically verbally tormented came from children with Christian upbringings taunting him because he did not have a Christian upbringing. (Obviously, the taunters were not well-incorporating the Christian ideals from their homes and churches.). Ha, ha, Tucker fell for it.

    Thanks to Bosco for a reason to look up the name of the odd string instrument: the Swedish nyckelharpa.

    @ Michael Reed – I very much enjoyed The Unmanageable Future. Good food for thought.

    Unlike a mass media outlet, TAE does not purport to share “the news.” It is a curated selection of articles and items that RIM finds currently relevant. Also, TAE doesn’t tell us *how* to think. RIM (and others via comments,) share opinions, make suggestions, etc., but opinions are out in the open, not veiled. I am reminded about why I sometimes peruse the World Socialist Website. Yeah, sure, all of their articles have a militant socialist bent. However, “Socialist” is in the title: it isn’t a hidden agenda, it is front and center. I have found that WSWS articles frequently have quotes and interviews with “run of the mill” people from around the world — the types of people that other news outlets do not consider “important” enough to interview for their articles. I appreciate the perspectives of these “run of the mill” folks (while acknowledging that they are usually also members of unions or socialist party members.)

    @ ctbarnum re: antivirus blocking TAE
    No, I haven’t experienced this, however, my primary profession is IT, and so I often avoid online pitfalls as a matter of course.
    Are you able to make a screen shot or copy and paste here the message that you get in your web browser? I’m curious what exactly may be blocking it.

    @ boogaloo
    The studies on masking tend to show that the effects are statistically insignificant. Although masking may be the biggest visual difference in behavior between Asia and “The West,” there are likely other relevant factors that are less visible. My own hunch on the matter is that prior exposure to similar viruses (SARS, MERS — perhaps even to a precursor of Covid as an article yesterday postulated) may be the most relevant difference between Asia and “The West.”

    Boogaloo stated: “ Virtually everyone with eyes glued to their phone.”
    I’ve been an avid reader since I was quite young. I have been seen in public with “my nose in a book” for much of my existence. I read walking home from school in high school. I read TAE in the morning similarly to how my father read the paper (well, except now he reads on his laptop.)
    General question to all: (I ponder this at times.)
    Is reading in public materially different from screen staring in public? Why or why not?


    Well, JTN misspelled Kyrsten Sinema’s first name, however, I am pleased that she finally did something in the senate that I fully approve of. (I’ve voted for her more than once. Usually, I’ve been mildly disappointed by her performance in the senate.)

    No, the USA does not need federalized elections, let’s keep the patchwork in place, thank you. The feds already have far too much power.

    Figmund Sreud

    Who needs Klaus Schwab, …

    Mr. Xi Plays Davos Man

    … snip:

    Xi’s key message, when it comes to addressing “Davos Man” – the trademark WEF audience – was unmistakable: China is and will continue to remain the safest of havens for global Capital. The Masters of the Universe – from BlackRock down – duly nodded their approval.

    But then, there are “countercurrents”.



    The Pfizer inoculations for Covid 19, More harm than good.

    Vid from the Canadian Covid Care Alliance

    Speech with slides, no faces jawing at you. (A PDF version is also available.) It is common-sensical and a good presentation, deliberately explanatory / educational, and sticking to the published figures.

    The first point treated: the principle of Do no harm…

    It goes thru ‘levels’ of scientific evidence. It de-bunks the original Pfizer ‘study’ and the 95% ‘effective’ in a clear way. It then treats the 6 months Pfizer report data. Follows adverse events Pfizer, and testing failings, Pfizer. The ‘Adolescent’ trial is covered too. It goes into the dead sporty guys and gals….

    (In CH, the level of the vid. would be considered last year of upper high school, or University year one presentation as to *the content.* However it presents a lot of data in a brief time, about 40 mins. so for educ. should be treated in chunks.)

    It may be useful for docs, meds, profs, teachers, activists, outraged citizens, pols, etc. as it puts together a lot of info in a clear, encapsulated way, with nos. charts, etc.

    [video src="http://www.preearth.net/videos/clinical-proof-pfizer-shots-do-more-harm-than-good.mp4" /]


    [video src="http://www.preearth.net/videos/clinical-proof-pfizer-shots-do-more-harm-than-good.mp4" /]


    Re Jordan Peterson
    For at least the first round of hiring in institutions, the data including gender, name, race, address, etc., should be masked from any decision maker. If not as many colored folks or women are interested in a profession: so be it! (Funny: I majored in music and theatre in college. Both majors are predominantly women. I’ve never heard calls for more males to join the ranks of those professions…..)
    As far as university majors, it does make sense to do more outreach to women for science-heavy areas of study: I probably would have excelled in such a major, but due to my upbringing it never occurred to me until I was in my late 30s. Really, outreach should have begun in middle school….
    However, perhaps we shouldn’t try to engineer such changes at all: perhaps that is the domain of parents and communities, not schools and hiring committees.
    My own daughter likes science classes greatly, but she pours herself into the visual arts and is heading in that direction for a career. As her parent, I see that and support her efforts. All we need are opportunities to be open, and then young people and their parents and advocates can then help the young people to get to the paths that they desire.


    Sorry for the non-functioning link, heh.

    Figmund Sreud

    If you copy and paste, … it works just fine! ( … it’s slow loading at the beginning.)

    [video src="http://www.preearth.net/videos/clinical-proof-pfizer-shots-do-more-harm-than-good.mp4" /]


    D Benton Smith

    Dr. John Campbell (UK) has just done a brief “break down the numbers” sort of video on his You Tube channel that is absolutely devastating in the inescapable implications of what the UK’s official Covid Deaths numbers actually are and what those numbers actually mean. Just watch it, you’ll see.

    Here’s the link : https://youtu.be/9UHvwWWcjYw

    In a nutshell (and the numbers geeks among you will get this first ) the numbers prove that the Covid-19 fiasco was a wilfull and deliberate act of mass murder by collaborating perpetrators.

    Polder Dweller

    Adding on to that, DBS, there’s this video of the case being brought against the UK government for crimes against humanity, torture, genocide etc, etc, to the international criminal court in The Hague (apologies if this has been posted before).

    [video src="https://lesabbott.com/UK-LAW-SUIT/uk-court-case.mp4" /]



    Figmund, thx for that.

    Interesting link:

    How to BLAST your way to the truth about the origins of COVID-19

    By Dr Ah Khan Syed, Dec 2021. (pseudonym)

    Delves into the Moderna patents and more, offers a tutorial, step by step, exposition of how to use the BLAST d-base, what is shows about SARS-Cov-2. See also the comments.


    those darned kids

    wowsers, it’s getting downright frigid in heck:

    It’s a Terrible Idea to Deny Medical Care to Unvaccinated People


    no, i haven’t read it – the atlantic?! hahahaahaha, but golly gee..

    those darned kids

    i’m worried that these “easings” are all just the cat letting the cicada think it’s finally free..

    D Benton Smith


    Thanks for the link. Oh, my ! That video has now sent me scrambling for corroboration, because if is legitimate then that means that the shoe (penny, ax, curtain, whatever) has indeed dropped. Sure hope so. So, I go now to do that old “due diligence” thing.

    those darned kids

    compare and contrast:

    Health-care cuts temporary but necessary: Interior Health Authority CEO

    “We will do everything we can to get things back up and running and back to normal as soon as possible.”


    Military Expenditure in Canada increased to 22854 USD Million in 2020 from 22204 USD Million in 2019.

    oh, true north, why have thou gotten so darned stupid?

    Figmund Sreud

    Bankster [TD Asset Management] comments on Russia-U.S./NATO tensions – vid:

    Russia-Ukraine tensions fuel talk of $100 oil

    Russia-Ukraine tensions fuel talk of $100 oil


    Polder Dweller

    @DBS, quite right, I should have checked before posting. I found this which seems to corroborate the video. I’ll see if I can find even more.


    Figmund Sreud

    Unvaxxed, evil truck drivers are being blamed! Not failing vaccines and mandates, …

    Extreme weather and supply-chain snarls are among the reasons for shortages in grocery stores. Here’s another: Unvaccinated truck drivers.



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