January 28, 2022

Proportionality

This from Bjorne Lombarg courtesy of Andrew Gillies:

Heart disease kills 33% and cancer 26% of Americans

Heat kills 0.31% and ↘️
Cold 6.4% and ↗️
Extreme weather: 0.015%

Yes, problem
No, 0.325% not biggest challenge

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Perspective and proportionality matter so does awareness of agenda and propaganda- look no further two best examples is climate change/energy policy/­totalitarianism and Cv/mass injections/­totalitarianism- all related snd exploited by same groups UN WEF Great Reset

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Oh Canada, You Post a Guard on Me

Warner Todd Huston

Twitter Freaks Out as Total Tyranny Unfolds: Quebec Foists Inconceivable Order Upon Unvaxxed

Canada has taken yet another step toward authoritarianism by banning unvaccinated citizens from entering stores and other establishments without first showing proof of vaccination and a government-issued ID card.

Canadians have been informed that only fully vaccinated individuals may enter stores such as IKEA, Walmart, Costco or any other large retailer, according to CBC News.

The ministerial decreecovers stores which are 16,146 square feet or larger, and excludes grocery stores, pharmacies and gas stations. The government also insisted that this rule is only aimed at encouraging more people to get vaccinated.

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Democrats Wreck Fundamental Voting Principle

Warner Todd Huston

Democratic Voting Bill Destroys A Fundamental Voting Principle

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January 27, 2022

More on Holocaust Rememberance Day

This from Bev Ehlen

Today, January 27, is Holocaust Remembrance Day. Would you like a unique and inside look within the horrific Nazi concentration camps? Clila and Hadasa Bau, daughters of Holocaust survivors Joseph and Rebecca Bau, gave us such a glimpse in a recent interview.

Joseph and Rebecca were the young man and woman who were featured in the movie "Schindler’s List,” who got "married” – as best they could – considering the separation of men and women in the concentration camp.

After surviving the horrors of the Nazi death camp, they eventually found each other, officially married, and finally moved to Israel where he became the "Walt Disney of Israel” in animation and film, building his own cameras and projectors from scraps of metal that he could find. Also intriguing is the fact that after 50 years, Rebecca shared "the secret” that she had been the one who saved his life! In addition, he became involved with the famed Israel intelligence agency, Mossad, to try to track down Nazis who had escaped to South America.

Most moving is Joseph Bau’s fierce commitment to having hope for the future and maintaining a sense of humor – even in the terrors of the Nazi camp. His spirit could not be broken.

It might be helpful to you to have a quick overview of the interview you are about to hear from Clila and Hadasa Bau. Here is a bullet point outline:
• First part: who is Joseph Bau?
• Life in the concentration camp
• Joseph and Rebecca’s concentration camp "courtship” and "marriage”
• Hiding Joseph
• The 50 year secret
• The 1946 wedding
• Wedding pics of 1944 & 1946
• The movie "Schindler’s List”
• Joseph Bau’s creativity, cards, poems
• The Prayer from the Concentration Camp (a tender moment)
• Paintings (highly creative; loaded with key messages)
• Drawings of the Concentration Camp
• Creative drawings for learning the Hebrew language
• Shofar Sounder Robert Weinger shares some closing thoughts from Israel

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKhqoDnnq_I&feature=youtu.be

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The Right Virus

Mark Musser

David Graber, biologist, National Park Service: "Human happiness, and certainly human fecundity, is not as important as a wild and healthy planet: Some of us can only hope for the right virus to come along."

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Spotify Cans Young

Timothy Birdnow

"I hope Neil Young will remember...Spotify don't need him around anyhow!"

/WSJ News Exclusive: Spotify Takes Down Neil Young Music after His Joe Rogan Ultimatum

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Lest We Forget

Mark Musser

On January 27, 1945, the Red Army took control of Auschwitz away from the Nazis, where more than one million Jewish victims were liquidated that comprised roughly 1/6 of all the murders committed during the Holocaust. Unlike the Operation Reinhard death camps of Treblinka, Sobibor, Belzec, Majdankek, and Chelmo, which saw almost two million murders combined, Auschwitz functioned as both a concentration and a death camp. After the Operation Reinhard death camps had largely exterminated Polish Jewry by 1943, and since they had started to become a liability with the war effort swinging in favor of the Red Army, Auschwitz, located farther to the west, began killing more and more Jews as the war came to its final climax.

Less well known, most of the remaining prisoners at Auschwitz, together with many other concentration camp prisoners located throughout German occupied territories, were removed before the Soviets took control of the area. They were then forced to go on a brutal, winter death march to any number of other concentration camps located within Germany proper. The madness of this final march certainly contributed to the appalling conditions of the Nazi concentration camps witnessed by the Allies when they finally liberated them from German control in the early spring of 1945.

In the early years of the war, ghettoization, which hastened one million Jewish deaths alone, proved to be an economic, logistical, and medical nightmare for all involved - but the Nazis did it anyway. The shooting sprees of the Einsatzgruppen behind the Russian Front in the Baltics, Byelorussia, and Ukraine after Operation Barbarossa was unleashed claimed almost two million Jewish lives. However, it was an incredibly messy operation that required massive amounts of ammunition, not to mention manpower that could have been much better used on the front together with an untold number of deep grave pits that were dug out and then filled to the brim with dead bodies stacked like German cord wood - but the Nazis did it anyway.

As early as the summer of 1941, SS Nazi leader Heinrich Himmler informed camp commandant Rudolf Hoess that Auschwitz needed to start making plans to handle the imminent destruction of the Jews - which began using a more humane way of killing the Jews with gassing methods. In November 1941, Himmler was also in Mogilev, Byelorussia making very similar plans before the Battle of Moscow turned the tide in the East so that such plans had to be abandoned, which invariably meant Auschwitz would become more strategic as the war continued.

While the gassing methods became more widespread, its concentrated industrializati on created a gigantic problem with corpses. There are also records that show the SS was very concerned about how all of the dead bodies in various graves in the Auschwitz environs were poisoning local rivers and waterways. After they started to set fire to all the bodies in order to burn up the evidence of their great crimes, letters were written to air pollution administrators in Prussia asking how to handle smoke related to what they deemed to be the construction of heating plants.

In other words, in spite of all of the functional barriers, chaotic wartime exigencies, economic difficulties, massive population transfer and containment obstacles, devastating defeats on the great battlefields of World War II, among many other incredible snags and complications including environmental pollution, the Nazis still managed to murder six million Jews. All of this clearly demonstrates that the Nazi intention to kill the Jews was deep-seated and serious in spite of all of the unfavorable circumstances that stood in their way to implement the "Final Solution.”

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Divide and Prosper

Chester McAteer

It must be understood that every political system, to one degree or another, seeks to divide people rather than unite them, usually the divide comes between those who simply wish to live their lives and mind their own business without infringing upon the Rights and lives of others and those who seek to game the system to manipulate government finances and the political powers that essentially engineer the potential for government favoritism. It is far easier to gain wealth through political powers and favors than to work for honest wealth. It is easier to manipulate government power to essentially plunder our society’s public coffers than to allow the market to be free with open opportunities with equal entry.

With this neither political party can be trusted.

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Sea Level Rise: Models v. Reality

Timothy Birdnow

Computer models of sea level rise v. reality:
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Oil's not Well that Ends Well

Kurt Womack asks:

Why exactly does America wish to get into the Ukraine vs. Russia deal?

Tim replies:

Unfortunately we made a deal with them years ago. We promised to guarantee their security in return for their destroying the old Soviet nuclear arsenal on their soil. They did it but we haven't been living up to our end of the bargain, by and large. Expanding NATO to the Ukraine was the solution they sought to employ, but it was a terrible idea that was guaranteed to get a military response from Russia. Russia will not tolerate NATO in one of the former Soviet Republics. They just won't allow it. They invaded Georgia for the same reason. The geniuses at State should have understood that. Russia is always fearful of invasion and will not allow anyone too close to them. They want a buffer. It's ingrained in their psyche. Foggy Bottom should have understood that. So now we are being backed into a corner, and Crazy Joe Biden, his poll numbers lower than the price of an eight track tape, is desperate for a distraction. So is Putin, who is fighting inflation over 8% and most of it on food. Neither side can afford to back down. And China is watching from the tall grass, and may move on Taiwan. We are regally screwed.

Well, I agree Kurt. And are we ready to go to war? With a country with a nuclear arsenal that is much newer than our own? Bill Clinton made the deal with the Ukraine when he was in office. Never should have happened. And NATO expansion to Russia's doorstep was just asking for it. There was no good reason to do that; the Russians don't take kindly to foreign powers being at their borders. It's in their psychology to want a buffer. It is why Putin wanted Crimea; he took it from the Ukrainians because it was an ideal staging ground for an invasion of Russia proper. Now he wants the rest of the country. It has been a traditional vassal state of Russia for a reason; it's the likely invasion spot from Europe. It was also the breadbasket of the old U.S.S.R. and has substantial oil and gas reserves (mostly untapped) https://www.iea.org/reports/ukraine-energy-profile/energy-security#:~:text=Ukraine%20has%20a%20century-long%20history%20of%20oil%20and,at%209%20billion%20tonnes%20of%20oil%20equivalent%20(Btoe). That threatens Russia's hegemony on Europe's energy, which also gives the U.S. cause for interest. If you look at Putin's long-term strategic moves he invaded Georgia before the BTC Pipeline could be completed, (the first thing Russia did in their '08 invasion was bomb the pipeline.) That pipeline and it's natural gas equivalent was going to bypass both Russia and Iran and ship fuel to Europe. It was a cornerstone of U.S. policy (and it had extra incentive from Gazprom's shutting off natural gas to the Ukraine.) Also, Georgia wanted to join NATO. So Putin invaded and had a very similar approach to how he did it. This situation is quite similar. I would point out that Russia has an inflation rate over 8%, with food being the top item rising (something Putin would recognize as a danger as he lived through the rebellion which led to the fall of the Soviet Union and was largely over lack of food) and the U.S. inflation is over 7%. Both Putin and Biden need a foreign adventure to distract from their failed domestic policies.

Oh, and Biden's approval of the Nordstream pipeline means the Ukraine will no longer be the primary crossover country for Gazprom natural gas to Europe. It's already dropped from 65% to under 50% and that will only accelerate as the Nordstream comes online. Certainly Ukraine has reason to ramp up it's own production as Russian supplies dwindle. Biden should have stopped Nordstream. Now Putin wants to squash the Ukraine as a potential rival to Russian oil and gas to Europe. We want to develop it.



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January 26, 2022

Australia's Broken Temperature Record

This from Jennifer Marohasy:

Australia Broken Temperature Record

"The Australian Bureau of Meteorology undertakes industrial-scale remodelling of historic temperatures in ways that generate more global warming for the same weather through the process of homogenisation, remember the work I did some years ago on Rutherglen. The process is neither transparent nor scientific and lacks consistency with the Bureau’s own policies. Also of concern, since 1996 the Bureau has converted to custom-made electronic probes for temperature recording, and rather than averaging temperatures over one or five minutes as is standard practice around the world from such equipment, the Australian Bureau is recording one second extrema. To be clear a ‘hottest temperature’ record is now a one second automatic download from a supersensitive electronic probe rather than a reading from a more inert mercury thermometer. This is another way the Bureau gets more global warming for the same weather – with its own third generation probes. I am going to explain all of this in more detail in a book I’m sketching out, to write this year."
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It could be that the last 26-years of temperature recordings by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology will be found not fit for purpose and will eventually need to be discarded. This would make for a rather large hole in the calculation of global warming – given the size of Australia.

Read more about this at my blog, link below. While your there consider subscribing for my monthly e-news.

Murray Stewart adds:


did you know this?
"Very few people realise – though I have explained all of this multiple times including to multiple journalists – that when the Bureau of Meteorology transitioned in 2011 to the new Australian Climate Observation Reference Network – Surface Air Temperatures (ACORN-SAT) system for calculating the national average temperature it removed 57 stations from its calculations, replacing them with 36 on-average hotter stations. This had the effect of increasing the recorded Australian average temperature by 0.42 degree Celsius, independently of any actual change in the weather."

Tim adds:

They have been doing this in the U.S. for years.https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2014/02/global_warming_dont_confuse_us_with_the_facts.html

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Reaping the P.C. Whirlwind

Timothy Birdnow

Jordan Peterson shared his experience in academia in Canada.

Jordan Peterson: Why I am no longer a tenured professor at the University of Toronto


Here is a little taste:

Looking at what is happening in a number of Western countries, we are amazed to see the domestic practices — which we, fortunately, have left, I hope — in the distant past. The fight for equality and against discrimination has turned into aggressive dogmatism bordering on absurdity, when the works of the great authors of the past — such as Shakespeare — are no longer taught at schools or universities, because their ideas are believed to be backward. The classics are declared backward and ignorant of the importance of gender or race. In Hollywood, memos are distributed about proper storytelling and how many characters of what color or gender should be in a movie. This is even worse than the agitprop department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.”

This, from the head of the former totalitarian enterprise, against whom we fought a five decades’ long Cold War, risking the entire planet (in a very real manner). This, from the head of a country riven in a literally genocidal manner by ideas that Putin himself attributes to the progressives in the West, to the generally accepting audience of his once-burned (once (!)) twice-shy listeners.

And all of you going along with the DIE activists, whatever your reasons: this is on you. Professors. Cowering cravenly in pretence and silence. Teaching your students to dissimulate and lie. To get along. As the walls crumble. For shame. CEOs: signalling a virtue you don’t possess and shouldn’t want to please a minority who literally live their lives by displeasure. You’re evil capitalists, after all, and should be proud of it. At the moment, I can’t tell if you’re more reprehensibly timid even than the professors. Why the hell don’t you banish the human resource DIE upstarts back to the more-appropriately-named Personnel departments, stop them from interfering with the psyches of you and your employees, and be done with it? Musicians, artists, writers: stop bending your sacred and meritorious art to the demands of the propagandists before you fatally betray the spirit of your own intuition. Stop censoring your thought. Stop saying you will hire for your orchestral and theatrical productions for any reason other than talent and excellence. That’s all you have. That’s all any of us have.

He who sows the wind will reap the whirlwind. And the wind is rising.

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The Wolf at Biden's Door

Jim Church

Asking people to do something and demanding "or else" are totally different things. When even leftists are denouncing mandates and such it is long past time to stand up and listen. PM Trudeau needs to get off his leftist high horse and start listening to the people.

Feminist Naomi Wolf Blasts ‘Nazification’ of Public Discourse Under ‘Cognitively Impaired’ Biden

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January 25, 2022

Biden and Russiagate

Timothy Birdnow

Interesting. I never considered the Russiagate hoax may have been aimed at Biden and not Trump originally. Quite possible, given the Clintons vicious political tactics.

But the Hunter Biden laptop—and the cries of "Russian disinformation” that followed—raise a timely question: Given the Bidens’ Ukraine-related activities, what additional information does Moscow have on the first family?

Hunter Biden’s problems with substance abuse, prostitutes, and money would have made the vice president’s son an ideal target for foreign intelligence services. Worse, Joe Biden seems to have eagerly promoted his son’s shakedown efforts, even boasting publicly about using his office to interfere in Ukraine’s political and judicial systems, in ways that directly benefited his son’s employer. There is surely no shortage of oligarchs, Ukrainian and Russian, who are eager to share information about their dealings with the Bidens in order to gain influence with Putin and undo rival billionaires. One can assume that all of that information has made its way by now to Putin’s table.

The likelihood that Russia is sitting on a wealth of compromising Ukraine-related material on Joe Biden and his family may come as a shock to media that pushed the Trump-Russia collusion narrative for four years. But the Biden-Russia kompromat story may be more than a political funhouse mirror. It may explain the president’s curious passivity toward Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline and why, almost as soon as Biden took office, Putin seized the opportunity to move more than 100,000 troops to Ukraine’s border.

What’s more, it may also provide new insight into the Russiagate conspiracy theory that poisoned America’s public sphere and made people lose their collective minds.

Given the amount of genuinely compromising material tying Joe Biden and his son to shady dealings involving Ukraine and Russia, including a $3.5 million payment Hunter received from the widow of the former mayor of Moscow in 2014, it’s worth asking if the 46th president of the United States was the initial target of the Hillary Clinton-funded Russia dossier? In fact, allegations about the Bidens’ activities in Ukraine, sourced in part, it seems, to the Clinton campaign, made their way intoThe New York Times in 2015, encouraging Biden to dispel second thoughts about reentering the 2016 race.

The Steele dossier has long since been revealed as nothing but utter nonsense, but with the Bidens as a target rather than Trump, it’s at least easier to make sense of its contents, especially the notorious "pee tape.” Trump is a well-known germaphobe; it was always hard to imagine him agreeing to being micturated upon by hookers on a hotel bed in Moscow. Nor would Republican primary voters likely care about ladies of the night soiling a bed that Barack Obama once slept in. But Democrats would think it sacrilegious. And by his own admission, Hunter Biden seems to have spent plenty of nights in hotel rooms with prostitutes. If it seems hard to imagine Donald Trump walking into a hotel in Moscow and asking for the Obama suite, a scenario in which Hunter Biden demanded such lodgings doesn’t take much imagination at all.

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Inflation and the Ukrainian Stalemate

Timothy Birdnow

Let me offer you a point to ponder; Inflation in Russia is up to 8.1%, down a bit from a high of 8.4% in November, but well above the 7.7% in October.

According to Forbes:

Russia's consumer price inflation came in at 8.39 percent year-on-year in December 2021, little changed from the previous month's rate of 8.40 percent, which was the highest since January 2016. Inflation has risen sharply in 2021 and is now running at a level that is more than twice the central bank's target of 4 percent, on the back of a rapid economic recovery from the initial phase of the coronavirus, reports of labor shortages across many industries and the ongoing supply issues. Upward pressure came from food (10.62 percent vs 10.81 percent in November), non-food products (8.58 percent vs 8.32 percent), and services (4.98 percent vs 5.15 percent). Policymakers have warned about the threat of an inflationary spiral as consumers bring forward purchases as they fear future price rises, and said food prices should increase further in 2022 due to a weaker-than-expected agricultural season in Russia.

So Russia is particularly hurting in the prices of food.

That is significant.

The Soviet Union fell because of food shortages.

I knew the CIA analyst - a wonderful man named Herb Myers - who figured out that the Soviet Union was going to collapse. He realized it when he heard about Russian peasants storming a food train; he knew then that their economy was on the verge of collapse.

Inflating food prices may not be at that point but they suggest a downward spiral for the economy. Vladimir Putin lived through that era. He knows what that means.

So he is in a position where he may well feel it necessary to start a war.

The U.S. showed an inflation rate of 7.1% in December of 2021.

So we aren't far behind Comrad Putin and his Dancing Teeth.

Now, the traditional fix for bad economic times has been to go to war to hide your domestic failures. Mr. Putin, true to form, is threatening to invade the Ukraine, and Mr. Biden is making very contradictory rumbling noises about making war himself.

We appear to be caught between an anvil and hammer. We have a crazy ex-KGB agent wanting to protect his power going up against a crazy cornpone Senator with dementia determined to stay in power.

Both men have attained office by, uh, rather controversial electoral procedures. In both cases the pandemic made it possible to stuff ballot boxes.

So you have two very similar leaders with similar problems and a similar solution. One wonders at why they wouldn't take it.

Inflation in the U.S. isn't at emergency levels yet but it's getting there. What it IS doing is threatening the Democrat's electoral prospects.

Hitler rode into power on the back of hyper-inflation, I might add.

And this inflation is NOT the temporary inflation we were led to believe by many economists. In point of fact it appears systemic, a result of the $2.5 TRILLION dollars we spent for the big holiday bash we called Covid, and the threat of even more spending under Mr. Biden's "build back bitter" plan. The spending already amounts to 11% of GDP and it is only going to climb.

This won't be going away for a while.

Nor will shortages.

And China is lurking in the tall grass, watching and waiting. If Biden fails to stop Putin they will likely move on Taiwan. If Biden gets us embroiled in a war in Eastern Europe China is likely to invade Taiwan. Either way we are on the precipice of world war. And Mr. Biden and his friends do not appear to be up to this sort of challenge. They are purely political animals, interested primarily in their own power and in advancing a radical Progressive agenda.

Official estimates of China's inflation rate is 2.9%, but take that with a grain of salt. They won't report the real rate. And it's hard to determine in an economy like China's, as they are always manipulating currency rates and do not really have free market controls.

At any rate, we have two peacocks preparing to peck away at each-other. Unfortunately both peacocks have nuclear weapons.

This is a very dangerous time.



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The Resistance

Andrew Gillies

These 4 doctors are some of the biggest heroes of 2021, Dr Peter McCullough, Dr Robert Malone, Dr Mike Yeadon, Dr Pierre Kory. (and Joe Rogan). They represent the spear of hundreds and THOUSANDS of other doctors/virologists and epidemiologists who have been silenced by big tech, including:

Dr. Vladimir Zelenko (Nobel PP Nominee)
Dr. Kary Mullis (Nobel Prize winner)
Professor Luc Montagnier (Nobel prize winner)
Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche
Dr. Rima Laibow
Dr. Naomi Wolf
Dr. David Martin
Dr. Roger Hodkinson
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny
Dr. Judy Mitkovitz
Dr. Carrie Madej
Dr. Vernon Coleman Dr. Ben Tapper
Dr. Michael Lake
Dr. Christiane Northrop
Dr. Simone Gold
Dr. Sean Brooks
Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai
Dr. Jane Ruby
Dr. Ryan Cole
Dr. Kevin Stillwagon
Dr. Afzal Niaz
Dr. Rashid A.Buttar
Dr. Paul Thomas
Dr. Vanessa Passov
Dr. Jessica Rose
Dr. Christopher Rake
Dr. Charles Hoffe
Dr. Mark Mcdonald
Dr. Jeff Barke
Dr. Andrew Kaufman
Dr. Manuel Alonso
Dr. Amir Shahar
Dr. Patrick Phillips
Dr. Bryan Ardis
Dr. Franc Zalewski
Dr. Daniel Griffin
Dr. Zandra Botha
Dr. Rochagné Kilian
Dr. Joseph Mercola
Dr. James Lyons-Weiler
Dr. Henry Ealy
Dr. Jay Bhattacharya
Dr. Michael Palmer
Dr. Eddy Bettermann MD
Dr. Harvey Risch
Dr. Steven Hotze
Dr. Dan Stock
Dr. Sam Duby
Dr. Francis Christian
Dr. Chris Milburn
Dr. John Carpay
Dr. Richard Fleming
Dr. Gina Gold
Dr. Kevin Corbett
Dr. Michael Mcdowell
Dr. John Witcher
Dr. Jim Meehan
Dr. Chris Shaw
Dr. Anne McCloskey
Dr. Reiner Fuellmich
Dr. Christiana Parks
Dr. Robert Young
Dr. Amandha Vollmer
Dr. Judy Wilyman
Dr. Michael McConville
Dr. Stella Immanuel
Dr. James Nellenschwander
Dr. Julie Ponesse
Professor Sucharit Bhakdi
Dr. Paul Cottrell
Dr. Lee Merritt
Dr. Rochagne Killian
Dr. Larry Palevsky
Dr. Natalia Prego Cancelo
Dr. Hilde de Smet
Dr. Elizabeth Evans
Dr. Brian Hooker
Dr. Joel Hirschhorn
Dr. R. Zac Cox
Dr. Mohammed Adil
Dr. Ralph ER Sundberg
Dr. Johan Denis
Dr. Daniel Cullum
Dr. Anne Fierlafijin
Dr. Kevin Corbett
Dr. Pior Rubis
Dr. Pascal Sacre
Dr. Nicole Delepine
Dr. Lorraine Day
Dr. Yoav Yehezkelli
Dr. Nour De San
Dr. Kelly Brogan
Dr. Hervé Seligmann
Dr. Annie Bukacek
Dr. Mark Brody
Dr. Steven LaTulippe
Dr. Mark Trozzi
Dr. Scott Jensen
Dr. Byram W. Bridle
Dr. Andrew Wakefield
Dr. Larry Palevsky
Dr. Dan Erickson
Dr. James Todaro
Dr. Joe Lapado
Dr. Richard Bartlett
Dr. Ben Edwards
Dr. Pierre Kory
Dr. Heather Gessling
Dr. Bryan Tyson
Dr. Richard Urso
Dr. John Littell
Dr. Scott Jensen
Dr. Ben Carson
Dr. Peter Schirmacher
Dr. Zandra Botha
Dr. Pamela Popper
Dr. Theresa Long
Dr. Nancy Burks
Dr. Russel Blaylock
Dr. Shiv Chopra
Dr. Suzanne Humphries
Dr. Tori Bark
Dr. Meryl Nass
Dr. Raymond Obamsawin
Dr. Ghislaine Lanctot
Dr. Robert Rowen
Dr. David Ayoub
Dr. Boyd Hailey
Dr. Roby Mitchell
Dr. Ken Stoller
Dr. Mayer Eiesenstien
Dr. Frank Engley
Dr. David Davis
Dr. Tetyana Obukhanych
Dr. Harold Butram
Dr. Kelly Brogan
Dr. RC Tent
Dr. Rebecca Carley
Dr. Andrew Moulden
Dr. Jack Wolfson
Dr. Michael Elice
Dr. Terry Wahls
Dr. Paul Thomas
Dr. Stephanie Seneff
Dr. Richard Moskowitz
Dr. Jane Orient
Dr. Richard Deth
Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic
Dr. Chris Shaw
Dr. Susan McCreadie
Dr. May Ann Block
Dr. David Brownstein
Dr. Jayne Donegan
Dr. Troy Ross
Dr. Phillip Incao
Dr. Robert Mendelson
Dr. Theressa Deisher
Dr. Sam Eggertsen
Dr. Peter Doshi
Dr. Shankara Chetty
Dr. Elizabeth Eads
Dr. Kurt Malhom
Dr. Carolyn Bosack
Dr. Heiko Shoning
Prof. Retsif Levi
Dr. Aseem Malhotra
Dr. Patricia Lee
Dr. Daniel Nagase
Dr. Mobeen Syed
Dr. Bruce Patterson
Dr. Randi Juanta
Dr. Phillip McMillan
Dr. Peter Gotzche
Dr. Kurt Malholm
Dr. Sam Sigoloff
Dr. Suzanne Humphries
Dr. Ariyana Love
Dr. Pierre Gilbert
Dr. Nathan Thompson
Dr. Scott Youngblood
Dr. Peterson Pierre
Dr. Darell Wolfe
Dr. Mary Tally Bowden
Dr. Thomas Ynges
Dr. Guido Hofmann
Dr. Anne Mcclosky
Dr. James Grundvig
Dr. Amanda Vollmer
Dr. Kevin Stillwagon
Dr. Luis Miguel de Benito
Dr. Bruce Boros
Dr. Steven Gundry
Dr. Ray Page
Dr. Tess Lawrie
Dr. Andreas Noack
Dr. Mark Hobart
Dr. Peter Campbell
Dr. Peter Johnston
Dr. Eric Nepute
Dr. Bradley Campbell
Dr. Joseph Yi
Dr Wolfgang Wodarg
Dr Matt Shelton - NZ
Dr Shankara Chetty - SA
Dr Sam Bailey
Dr Wolfgang Wodarg
Dr Scott Atlas

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What's Next

Dana Mathewson

There's already a new variant of Wuhan virus.

New Variant on the Rise as Omicron Declines

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January 24, 2022

The Noose is Tightening

Timothy Birdnow

I wonder how many documents will disappear in the Ukraine when war breaks out? I mean, Biden is slow walking us to war with Russia and I'll bet the first thing the U.S. does is seize any documents relating to Hunter if we go in there.

GOP closing in on Hunter

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WI Judge Bans Ballot Harvesting, Drop Boxes

Timothy Birdnow

"No Authority to do it: Wisconsin Judge bans Ballot Drop Boxes, Ballot Harvesting

I guess better late than never, but where was this judge when they were busily stealing the election? There is no remedy in this case. It MAY prevent this in the future (unless Biden gets his "voting rights bill" - a huge misnomer as it really is a voter suppression bill designed to make conservatives stay home and not bother).

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First Do No Harm

James Doogue

The push is on to vaccinate perfectly healthy children who were already at miniscule risk from Covid-19. With the Omicron variant being even more harmless to healthy children, where is the medical justification for exposing them to serious harm?

Would The Medical Profession Take Unnecessary Risks?

We are far too trusting of the medical profession and health authorities especially at the highest echelons. The World Health Organisation, CDC, NIH, FDA, and Australia's own TGA and ATAGI all have blood on their hands.

Starting perhaps with the NIH which funded 'gain of function' research on corona viruses which is most likely what leaked from the Wuhan research facility causing this pandemic.

We then had the WHO first telling us there was no evidence of human to human transfer and advising against closing borders to travel from China. The various health authorities advised against masks, and lock-downs then changed their tune.

We have inexpensive, readily available preventative medications and treatments which have been banned but expensive, treatments approved by health authorities with minimal supportive research.

What we were told by the authorities who approved the vaccines about efficacy has been found to be untrue, but they accepted vaccine trial reports from Big Pharma at face value.

We were told heart problems and blood clots were just coincidences, until it became too obvious to ignore. Then we were told the incidents were 'very rare'.

We were told a double dose of the vaccine was 'fully vaccinated'. Now it's three or maybe more.

The truth from health authorities seems to shift as the public knowledge slowly increases. Not from their own research.

So no, I don't take for granted that medical authorities and practitioners automatically hold the principle of 'first do no harm' foremost in their minds. There are far too many financial, political and personal ambition influences getting in the way.

Writing for an online emergency medical publication First10EM - 'When Minutes Matter', Dr Justin Morgenstern wrote with umbrage about the expression.

"Don’t harm your patients. That seems simple enough. We obviously don’t want doctors purposefully hurting patients, but do we really think that they require the reminder? (And if anyone is psychopathic enough to be hurting their patients on purpose, do we really think that hearing someone say "first, do no harm” is going to stop them?)

Taken at face value, I find the statement insulting. It seems to imply that we are dumb or absent minded enough to require constant reminders not to hurt our patients."

But then Dr Morgenstern goes on to spill the beans about medical reality.

"Doctors consistently overvalue benefits and discount harms. Despite the endless repetition of "first, do no harm”, the evidence suggests that we tend to do the exact opposite. We err on the side of intervention, regardless of the harms."

That notion will start to sound familiar with the approach of our health authorities and mandated vaccines in mind. Morgenstern goes on, with medical examples where harm is often foisted onto patients knowingly.

"Consider the use of heparin for NSTEMI. When I read the evidence, I see clear harm without any benefit. However, in the very best light, heparin might cause a small decrease in non-fatal MI, but an equal increase in major bleeding. (Andrade-Castel lanos 2014).

If "first, do no harm” was truly a guiding principle in medicine, we would give more weight to the harm in this balance, and advise against heparin. Instead, guidelines enthusiasticall y recommend using heparin, completely ignoring the harm. (Amsterdam 2014) When it really matters, we ignore the words of Hippocrates."

Morgenstern doesn't stop at that example. There are plenty more. These aren't Thalidomide level harm, these are examples of harm done knowingly in everyday medical practice in the US.

"There are endless examples. When harms and benefits are equally balanced, we consistently discount the harms and tout the benefits.

PPIs are still widely prescribed for acute GI bleeds, despite no evidence of benefit and some clear indications of harm. We prescribe antibiotics for otitis media. We cast buckle fractures and Salter-Harris 1 injuries. We debride burn blisters. We acutely manage asymptomatic blood pressure. We use adenosine for SVT. We consistently ignore harms and fixate on benefits."

For our health authorities, medical practitioners and politicians it was too easy for them to believe in a 'harmless' vaccine which would be the one-stop answer to the pandemic.

They forgot about balancing harm with benefits, they forgot basic and readily available treatment protocols.

Many adults had pre-conditions which made getting vaccinated more justified given we were also threatened with job loss and exclusion from society. But at least we still had the ability to say no.

But the health authorities have not mounted a justifiable case for vaccinating healthy adults and even less so children. Specifically when taking into account what is best for that child, rather than trying to impose some joint responsibility to 'protect others'.

Our children cannot give informed consent. Where will the health authorities, the politicians, and Big Pharma be if your child suffers an adverse reaction due to an unnecessary and ineffective vaccination?

This moving music video 'Silence', is about their response to the many examples of dead and disabled victims of an unnecessary vaccine. Our politicians should be made to watch this. https:// vimeo.com/ 668431045

Notes
1. I know Hippocrates may not be responsible for the quote 'First do no harm's, and that it isn't part of the Hippocratic Oath. But it's a guiding principle often referred to in medical training.

2. I'm not writing about children with serious pre-conditions which could mean a virus like Covid-19 could cause a respiratory infection which could endanger them. Those children, which include obese, diabetic, immune compromised, or respiratory compromised, should consider any treatment or action which would reduce their risk of infection. In their case, some benefit from a covid-19 vaccine may outweigh the risk. That is a matter which should be taken up by the parents with the treating physician. It is not a decision to be made by the government or militant unions.

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