Vaccine Data War 2022 - Danish Om Study (General)

by dulan drift, Tuesday, January 04, 2022, 11:45 (182 days ago)

Continued from Vaccine Data War 2021

Omicron Study: Our findings confirm that the rapid spread of the Omicron VOC primarily can be ascribed to the immune evasiveness rather than an inherent increase in the basic transmissibility.

This confirms what everyone already knew - the vaccines don't work against Omicron. Yet saying that can get you banned from social media! We are officially living in a false reality. It's not the flat-earth society exactly - it's like knowing the earth is round but forcing everyone to say it's flat - so we can sell a special medicine that will prevent you from falling off the edge.

Pandemic of the Unvaccinated

by dulan drift, Wednesday, January 05, 2022, 06:16 (182 days ago) @ dulan drift

Biden: This is a pandemic of the unvaccinated. Not the vaccinated, the unvaccinated. That’s the problem. Everybody talks about freedom about not to have a shot or have a test. Well guess what? How about patriotism? How about you make sure you’re vaccinated, so you do not spread the disease to anyone else.

Biden, as ever, was following the advice of the health experts, led by Fauci who told us:
Vaccines prevent getting infected, prevent getting sick, prevent your hospitalization.

I'm not sure what it's like in the US but it's not a pandemic of the unvaccinated in Australia - in fact it's the opposite. 95% double-vaxxed - infections pushing 50k per day.

Pandemic of the Unvaccinated

by dan, Wednesday, January 05, 2022, 06:21 (182 days ago) @ dulan drift

I'm not sure what it's like in the US but it's not a pandemic of the unvaccinated in Australia - in fact it's the opposite. 95% vaxxed - infections through the roof.

I'm not sure what it's like in the US either, but with regards to patriotism, there's nothing more patriotic than standing up for one's constitutional rights.

Natural Immunity

by dulan drift, Saturday, January 08, 2022, 06:54 (179 days ago) @ dan

Here's a good one for the crazy file.

Study after study shows natural infection provides long-lasting immunity - induc(ing) a robust antigen-specific, long-lived humoral immune memory in humans.

Not only is it as good as double/triple/quadruple vaxxed - it's better.

A study in Austria reported the hospitalisation rate due to a repeat infection at 0.03 per cent.

Data from other studies put the reinfection rate at 0%!

But in many countries it's still not recognized as a reason for not getting vaccinated.

Dr. Lindsay Weaver, CEO Indiana Dept Health: Don’t rely on natural immunity to protect you. Even if you had a mild case the first time, your symptoms could be more severe the second time if you are not vaccinated and boosted.

Total rubbish - contrary to all evidence. Lies basically. Now here's the real crazy bit. A recent study found that:

previous COVID-19 was associated with increased adverse events following vaccination with the Comirnaty BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine (Pfizer–BioNTech)

So, going against the scientific data to force naturally infected people to get vaccinated is (a)providing zero additional protection, and (b)putting the vaxee's health at risk - for no reason - except to accommodate the health authorities' desire to exercise their tyrannical urges.

Novak Djokovic, who has recovered from a previous infection, has recently brought this into focus. Despite being given a visa to enter Australia, he was detained at the airport. He's now being held in a quarantine facility.

Meanwhile the rabid mob have been whipped-up in Australia to vilify the poor guy. Even if he does win an exemption to play he'll be walking into a cauldron of vile abuse. In fact i wonder if the health experts will arm the fans with vax-loaded syringes to throw at him while he plays - or maybe those South American poison-dart-type tubes would be better. Let's see how one of the greatest of all time goes when he's a walking pin cushion of covid-jabs.

Speaking of the rabid mob - this video from Melbourne captures a glimpse into the mindset that has taken hold in Australia. Some idiot, outraged by a (wrongly) perceived invasion of his social distancing space by a jogger, launches a brutal assault. So much opprobrium has been constantly fanned by the health authorities against the so-called non-compliant that it's no surprise police and even civilians are answering the call with violence.

https://videos.dailymail.co.uk/video/mol/2022/01/07/5174537170846827000/1024x576_MP4_51...

Moderna calls for 4th shot

by dulan drift, Monday, January 10, 2022, 06:01 (177 days ago) @ dulan drift

Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel, at a Goldman Sachs-organized healthcare conference: I still believe we’re going to need boosters in the fall of ’22 and forward.

And forward. So an endless stream of boosters, in fact. He cites an Israeli study that shows a 5-fold increase in antibodies after a 4th shot. (Btw, what's Goldman-Sachs got to do with running world-health?)

For a start, an increase in antibodies doesn't necessarily co-relate to vaccine efficiency in the real world - only means it causes an immune response reaction in the body - which may not be effective against the current Omicron strain. In fact, the information i've seen says it's not.

Finally, even some health experts have caught up to Formosahut and are starting to question the wisdom of having for-profit pharmaceutical companies dictating our entire Covid response.

Andrew Pollard: We can’t vaccinate the planet every four to six months. It’s not sustainable or affordable.

Monica Gandhi: It trains your immune system wrong. It doesn't train your immune system to recognize a variant. It trains your immune system to recognize the old ancestral strain that the shots are made of. That concept is the 'original antigenic sin,' is what they call it.

Moderna calls for 4th shot

by dan, Tuesday, January 11, 2022, 18:25 (175 days ago) @ dulan drift

Could This COVID Anti-Viral Pill Fuel the Emergence of New Variants?

This is an incredible exploration of an incredible fuck up of a Big Pharma and the US FDA, and it's in a very main stream publication. The article speaks for itself. The opening paragraph:

Some scientists have expressed concerns that an anti-viral COVID-19 drug that is being rolled out across the United States may help to fuel the emergence of dangerous new variants.

Bam! There it is. Full stop. But it's not a full stop, is it. They're still going to sell this shit and make the US taxpayer foot the bill for this drug that may very well give rise to a very deadly variant. It's incredible, and it's here in black and white. Who's minding the store? Who is protecting us?

Initially hailed as a potential game-changer because it can be taken at home, the drug has been shown to cut the risk of hospitalization and death from COVID-19 by 30 percent in these patients—a lower efficacy than Merck had originally claimed.

30%. That's probably less than gargling with saline.

Alongside the downgraded efficacy figures, some concerns have been raised about the drug's safety and the possibly that it might alter human genes.

Nothing to see here folks. Keep moving.

...experts have raised concerns about the possibility that the use of the drug could fuel the emergence of new COVID-19 variants, like Delta or Omicron, that are highly transmissible and/or may evade protection afforded by the vaccines to some extent.

A small price to pay for the enormous profits to be had by Merck.

"I am very concerned about the potential consequences now that molnupiravir has been approved," Michael Lin, an associate Professor of neurobiology and bioengineering at Stanford University, told Newsweek. "It would only be a matter of time, perhaps a very short time, before a lucky set of mutations occurs to create a variant that is more transmissible or immunoevasive."

Thank you, Michael, for your honesty and integrity. I'd be getting your resume in order if I were you. Do you still remember how to wait tables?

We're fucked. We're truly fucked. The fact that they'd let a drug like this on the market... I'm speechless. And their hold on public opinion is so strong that they don't even try to hide it.

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Treatments fueling new variants

Covid pill

by dulan drift, Wednesday, January 12, 2022, 10:23 (175 days ago) @ dan

Great post.

From the beginning of Covid we were posting material that can only be classified as 'lying - with deadly dangerous consequences'. We kept thinking - 'they'll never get away with this' - but here we are, two years later, 5 mil dead, our freedoms evaporated - but not a single person has been held accountable for any of it.

Pfizer admits 2-doses is useless

by dulan drift, Wednesday, January 12, 2022, 10:37 (174 days ago) @ dulan drift

Albert Bourla, Pfizer CEO: We know that the two doses of the vaccine offer very limited protection, if any.

We can safely read zero protection there. We already knew that but it's stunning to see Pfizer admit it's vaccine doesn't work while at the same time governments are punishing people for not taking it - even though they have exactly the same level of protection as double-vaxxed. Unvaxxed can still not travel interstate in Australia, or overseas, or work at most jobs. That's pure bastardry for the sake of bastardry.

The three doses with a booster, they offer reasonable protection against hospitalisation and deaths – against deaths, I think, very good, and less protection against infection.

Do they? Omicron is milder anyway in terms of deaths. And for how long?

Now we are working on a new version of our vaccine, the 1.1, let me put it that way, that will cover Omicron as well. Of course we are waiting to have the final results, [but] the vaccine will be ready in March.

Great. So a new vaccine rushed onto the market that may or may not work for five minutes.

The hope is that we will achieve something that will have way, way better protection particularly against infections.

The hope is we will continue to make billions from the forced vaccination of the planet and we don't give a shit if it works. A well-founded hope i'd say given the complicity of authoritarian governments.

Omicron makes vaccines obselete

by dulan drift, Wednesday, January 12, 2022, 12:22 (174 days ago) @ dulan drift

Luc Montagnier (Nobel prize winner)/Jed Rubenfeld: It would be irrational, legally indefensible and contrary to the public interest for government to mandate vaccines absent any evidence that the vaccines are effective in stopping the spread of the pathogen they target. Yet that’s exactly what’s happening here.

If mandatory vaccination is considered necessary to interrupt transmission chains and prevent harm to others, there should be sufficient evidence that the vaccine is efficacious in preventing serious infection and/or transmission. There is as yet no such evidence. The little data we have suggests the opposite.

One preprint study found that after 30 days the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines no longer had any statistically significant positive effect against Omicron infection, and after 90 days, their effect went negative – i.e. vaccinated people were more susceptible to Omicron infection.

Confirming this negative efficacy finding, data from Denmark and the Canadian province of Ontario indicate that vaccinated people have higher rates of Omicron infection than unvaccinated people.

That's interesting - i suspected vaccines weren't much use against Omicron - i didn't realize they were worse than useless.

I wonder why that is. Do vaccines 'wear-out' the immune system? It may be that some of the unvaxxed in the study had acquired natural immunity - i'm struggling to think of any other explanation.

Again, this highlights the human perversion in bullying the unvaxxed. The Djokovic case brings it into stark relief. The guy has natural immunity, meaning he is better protected against Covid (and less likely to spread it) than all of the 95+% of Australians who are double-vaxxed and supposedly protected (who are currently spreading Covid at the rate of close to 100 000 cases per day amongst themselves!) - but he gets arrested at the airport and incarcerated in one of Australia's notorious illegal immigrant detention centres.

Medical Experts want Rogan banned

by dulan drift, Saturday, January 15, 2022, 11:08 (171 days ago) @ dulan drift

270 medical experts have started a petition to have Rogan banned.

The petition (co-authored by Jessica Rivera): Spotify has a responsibility to mitigate the spread of misinformation on its platform, though the company presently has no misinformation policy. Mass-misinformation events of this scale have extraordinarily dangerous ramifications.

The hypocrisy is breath-taking. Medical experts have perpetrated the greatest whopper in the history of lying re the origin of Covid and now they have the audacity to claim Rogan, who has helped expose those lies, is extraordinarily dangerous!

Signee Katrine Wallace, epidemiologist, Chicago School of Public Health: Rogan is a menace to public health. Having things like this on the Joe Rogan podcast gives a platform to these people and makes it a false balance. This is what really bothers me.

Again, you've gotta be fucking kidding me. You're talking about balance in the media after you've de-platformed everyone who disagrees with you and now you want to ban the one mainstream person you haven't yet been able to crush.

These are fringe ideas not backed in science, and having it on a huge platform makes it seem there are two sides to this issue. And there are really not. The overwhelming evidence is the vaccine works, and it is safe.

For crying out loud - even Pfizer says two-doses, which was meant to be full-vaxxed, doesn't work - having a very limited effect, if any!

Co-author Ben Rein, neuroscientist Stanford Uni:
People who don’t have the scientific or medical background to recognise the things he’s saying are not true and are unable to distinguish fact from fiction are going to believe what [Malone is] saying, and this is the biggest podcast in the world. And that’s terrifying.

No, what's terrifying is this War on the Truth. If you don't like Rogan then don't listen to him. You can find wall-to-wall pro-vax cheering on every mainstream media platform across the planet. But that's still not enough for you, is it?

As usual, those calling for bans on anyone questioning the Covid cover-up or bio-state regime never talk about details. They invariably say they are pro-THE-science but refuse to engage in discussion of scientific details. It's all name-calling and meaningless generalizations about the need to protect us.

If you disagree with Rogan or anyone, then say why you intellectual chicken-shits. We'll have a discussion about the details - then listeners can make up their minds. But you'll never do that. The last thing on earth you want is focus on details and open debate - coz that leads to truth.

And the truth is medical health experts caused, then covered up the origin of Covid. Then used Covid to introduce a bio-state to entrench their power/money.

Any threats to that must be crushed at all cost.

Medical Experts want Rogan banned

by dan, Saturday, January 15, 2022, 19:15 (171 days ago) @ dulan drift

If you disagree with Rogan or anyone, then say why you intellectual chicken-shits. We'll have a discussion about the details - then listeners can make up their minds. But you'll never do that. The last thing on earth you want is focus on details and open debate - coz that leads to truth.

This is it. Why don't they debate? Why won't they sit down with other 'experts' like Malone and have an open, in depth, long debate. As you noted, they're just parroting sound bites.

I assume that Rogan's show is popular enough that this attempt will fall flat, but that's not the point. The fact that they're doing it sends a signal to all other podcasters that if they want to make it, there are issues they can't cover. It's censorship regardless of how it affects Rogan's show.

Djokovic Ban

by dulan drift, Monday, January 17, 2022, 06:16 (170 days ago) @ dan

Alex Hawke, Australia's Immigration Minister, has used his power to overturn a judge's decision to allow Djokovic to play in the Australian Open. So much for 'the rule of law'.

So what were his reasons?

Hawke: Mr Djokovic’s presence in Australia may pose a health risk to the Australian community, in that his presence in Australia may foster anti-vaccination sentiment leading to other unvaccinated persons refusing to become vaccinated.

You've already got 95% vaxxed and you've vilified/punished/leperized the remaining 5% - if they haven't submitted to this unprecedented coercion by now, i doubt the presence of a tennis player in Australia is going to make any difference one way or the other.

This is another example of the rise of Australia's fascist Thought Police - His presence in Australia may foster anti-vaccination sentiment - so let's get one step ahead and ban those thoughts/sentiments.

You would think the uncovering of the Covid-orgin cover-up would have some slight chastening effect on those prosecuting the War on Truth. It hasn't. The total lack of accountability for spreading those lies has emboldened authorities to roll straight onto the next issue. The message to the outside world is:

If you care about the truth or the evaporation of basic freedoms, don't come here. We will find you, we will crush you.

It's worth noting that the minister who made the decision is from the conservatives. The other side is pushing for even more draconian measures.

Myocarditis - mRNA Vacs

by dulan drift, Monday, January 17, 2022, 11:04 (169 days ago) @ dulan drift

Firstly, does AZ even exist anymore? (dumped on 3rd world countries doesn't count)

But trying to fathom the actual incidence of myocarditis in the young with mRNA shots.

TGA stats for second dose in teenage boys (it's) at 12 cases per 100,000 for Pfizer and 17 per 100,000 for Moderna

Leaving reports of under-reporting aside for a moment, that's about 15 per 100 000, which is:

1 in 6,666.

But that's per shot. If you look at in terms of your likelihood to have an attack of myocarditis (a very serious illness) then you need to look at it per course of an mRNA vaccine.

We're already up to 4 and counting in Australia and other countries so we can divide 6666 by 4

= 1,666

That's if you trust the pro-vax talking heads' figures. If you think half of the cases are swept under the carpet then you're looking at a risk factor in the 800's.

That's only myocarditis - known effect in the short term. You're still in the running for pericarditis.

Then there's the long term effects - whatever they are.

Myocarditis - mRNA Vacs - New Scientist

by dulan drift, Monday, January 17, 2022, 11:26 (169 days ago) @ dulan drift

New Scientist: Now a study in the US has analysed how often myocarditis occurs following infection with the coronavirus.

Great.

Researchers analysed the records of healthcare organisations that cover a fifth of the US population. They found that, during the first 12 months of the pandemic, males aged 12 to 17 were most likely to develop myocarditis within three months of catching covid-19, at a rate of about 450 cases per million infections.(45 per 100 000)

3 months is a very wide net. With no indication of whether it was caused by Covid or they simply had an attack in that timeframe. Are you using the same 3 month window post the vaccines?

Secondly, if they're in hospital, they're severe cases of Covid - so the figures don't include the percentage of mild or asymptomatic cases, thus skewing them significantly.

Thirdly, Omicron is known to be relatively mild - but the potency of the vaccine hasn't changed - it gets progressively higher in fact.

Djokovic Ban

by dan, Wednesday, January 19, 2022, 18:02 (167 days ago) @ dulan drift

This is another example of the rise of Australia's fascist Thought Police - His presence in Australia may foster anti-vaccination sentiment - so let's get one step ahead and ban those thoughts/sentiments.

This is exactly what flew off the page for me in this article. They're actually admitted that they're doing this to control thought. They admit it. At what point were they given the power to take action against other people for the purpose of controlling thought?

Djokovic Ban

by dulan drift, Thursday, January 20, 2022, 05:46 (167 days ago) @ dan

The scary part is the mob loved it. Very much like your story.

Djokovic Ban - Judge Reasoning

by dulan drift, Thursday, January 20, 2022, 18:51 (166 days ago) @ dulan drift

In a unanimous decision, Chief Justice James Allsop, Justice Anthony Besanko and Justice David O'Callaghan backed the Morrison Government's Thought Police ruling:

An iconic world tennis star may influence people of all ages, young or old, but perhaps especially the young and the impressionable, to emulate him.

He's in good company - corrupting the youth was the same charge the state got Socrates on.

This is not fanciful; it does not need evidence. It is the recognition of human behaviour from a modest familiarity with human experience.

What needs evidence is how being a tennis star who is unvaccinated, is guilty of anything. To be clear, he wasn't breaking any laws by not being vaccinated - he wasn't an anti-vax agitator - he was issued a visa by the Australian government before he came. He had an exemption because of a prior infection. He is safer than all double vaccinated in terms of spreading Covid.

Even if Mr Djokovic did not win the Australian Open, the capacity of his presence in Australia playing tennis to encourage those who would emulate or wish to be like him is a rational foundation for the view that he might foster anti-vaccination sentiment.

might foster sentiment - that's as Thought Police as you can get

The central proposition of Mr Djokovic's argument was that the Minister lacked any evidence and cited none that his presence may 'foster anti-vaccination sentiment.

Good point!

However, it was open to infer that it was perceived by the public that Mr Djokovic was not in favour of vaccinations.

So it's not about what Djokovic does or says - it's about inferring what the public might perceive about what he thinks. That's irrational.

It was not irrational for the Minister to be concerned that the asserted support of some anti-vaccination groups for Mr Djokovic's apparent position on vaccination may encourage rallies and protests that may lead to heightened community transmission.

The court added the minister was not obliged to provide a statement of reasons.

These are supposed to wise people. That's how broken human civilization has become.

Djokovic Ban - Judge Reasoning

by dan, Friday, January 21, 2022, 14:56 (165 days ago) @ dulan drift

Truth is indeed stranger than fiction at times, and this is a good example of one.

They know that, having natural immunity, he actually has better resistance against the virus than a vaccinated person, and so poses no threat to the community. (BTW, that story linked was in the AP a few days ago, but they have deleted it.)

Beyond the fuckupedness of this as it is, it's also very disturbing because it sets a precedent. Now, anything that may affect how the masses think is subject to censorship and, I presume, eventually criminal action. Isn't it like that already in China? And more recently in Hong Kong?

Djokovic Ban - Judge Reasoning

by dulan drift, Saturday, January 22, 2022, 06:21 (165 days ago) @ dan

Now, anything that may affect how the masses think is subject to censorship and, I presume, eventually criminal action. Isn't it like that already in China? And more recently in Hong Kong?

That's the frightening part. Something that used to be a cautionary tale from a satirical book is now reality - with most people cheering it on.

The point that many people miss is that it's incredibly hard to turn this tide back. The idea that this is a temporary loss of freedoms to fight the scourge of Covid is misguided. Power-addicts love control mechanisms - you hand them total control - they will never let that go. Especially when their poll figures are high.

Covid has set dangerous precedents for the future. Authority figures now know that not only will the public accept a loss of freedoms, they will embrace it - and become self-perpetuating enforcers to round up the dissenters.

Aus to mandate 3rd dose

by dulan drift, Monday, January 31, 2022, 06:07 (156 days ago) @ dulan drift

Daniel Andrews: I think it’s only a matter of time before the relevant federal agencies confirm that this is three doses, it is not two plus a bonus. As for fourth and fifth [doses], let’s wait and see how this goes.

I can tell you now how it will go - exactly the same as two doses - which, after a few months, is exactly the same as zero doses.

Then it’s only a matter of time before the relevant federal agencies confirm that this is five doses, it is not two plus 3 bonuses.

NSW Health: Eleven of the 49 people who died had received three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, 24 people had received two doses, two people had received one dose.

But they would have been even deader if they weren't vaxxed.

Bear in mind that when Andrews talks about 3, 4, and 5 doses, he's not saying it as a suggestion, he's talking about it being mandated for all. All Refusers will be banished from society.

That means, if you're unvaxxed, unless you're prepared to get 5 catch-up doses, you'll never be allowed back in.

Aus to mandate 3rd dose

by dan, Monday, January 31, 2022, 15:01 (155 days ago) @ dulan drift

Bear in mind that when Andrews talks about 3, 4, and 5 doses, he's not saying it as a suggestion, he's talking about it being mandated for all. All Refusers will be banished from society.

That means, if you're unvaxxed, unless you're prepared to get 5 catch-up doses, you'll never be allowed back in.

You'd think people would wonder why, if a vaccine works, such repeated doses are necessary. And with Omicron killing basically no otherwise healthy people... how have they managed to gain such popular support? I don't get it.

And there's more on the way with the US Army developing an all-in-one vaccine, which you'll no doubt have to take every six months. Maybe this will become like birth control pills -- we'll have to take them 21 days a month then get a week off.

At some point, I can't imagine there not being a severe political backlash. It might not happen until people start realizing how poor they've become, or their lives have become, as a result of all this government control. I can't help but think that much of the support for mandates is really a political statement against conservatives, which is stupid if that's the case. As I've pointed out before, it's progressives who have pushed the my body, my choice mantra for 50 years.

Aus to mandate 3rd dose

by dulan drift, Monday, January 31, 2022, 20:28 (155 days ago) @ dan

You'd think people would wonder why, if a vaccine works, such repeated doses are necessary. And with Omicron killing basically no otherwise healthy people... how have they managed to gain such popular support? I don't get it.

It seems so extraordinary in fact that i've even wondered if there's not some 'top secret' reason that we don't know about.

For the record, i think it's corrupt pharma/science/security culture that has doubled down when the heat came on - still thinks it can get away with it - thinks they're too big to fail. See it as chance to entrench centralized control.

But what if it's like the earthquake scenario we once discussed? The scenario where you knew you could predict earthquakes with 60-70% accuracy - would you disclose that - or keep it secret to avoid public panic and the impracticality of evacuating whole cities?

In that spirit, what could possibly justify, let's say a deliberate release of Covid and the over-the-top global vaccine push on the back of it?

1. Population culling - modeling says the earth needs to lose people weight fast - through a combination of Covid and vaccine adverse effects - fastest way to scythe through the frail - with some vaccine induced sterilization for designated non-breeders.

2. Alien encounter leading to the conclusion that humanity's best chance to survive is through genetic engineering - mass psychosis compliance to a bio-state is the only way to effect that as a species.

3. The whole of human existence is an alien experiment - this is the statistical endpoint.

Austrian Constitutional Court questions

by dulan drift, Monday, January 31, 2022, 20:45 (155 days ago) @ dulan drift

This is from the Constitutional Court of Austria, which is examining the justifications for the frightening mandate being instituted in Austria. There are some good questions - very interested to hear the answers. This could be the inquiry the world has to have.

The ‘lockdown for the unvaccinated’ is likely to be based, among other things, on the consideration that persons with(out) (i assuming a typo) Covid vaccination have a higher risk of hospitalisation than vaccinated persons, which is likely to entail a higher risk for the healthcare system

What is the effect of the ‘lockdown for the unvaccinated on the hospital burden, expressed in percentages?

We came to the conclusion that the lockdown for unvaccinated people in Austria is only justifiable in the event of the threat of an imminent overburdening of intensive-care capacity

The Constitutional Court therefore requests information as to whether the hospitalisation or death numbers given … include all persons infected with SARS-CoV-2 who are hospitalised in normal or intensive care units or who have died ‘of or with’ SARS-CoV-2? If so, why is this method of counting chosen?

The court asked for information on which virus variants were associated with these numbers, a breakdown by age cohort, and for “percentage allocation” outlining where infections occurred, such as family, work, shopping or leisure activities.

By what factor does wearing an FFP2 mask indoors or outdoors reduce the risk of infection or transmission?

In media reports, there was talk of up to 95 per cent (vax efficiency). Now, the general risk of dying from Covid-19 (not differentiated by age and health status) currently appears to be 0.1516 per cent.

What does a stated vaccination efficacy of, for example, 95 per cent refer to? What do absolute and relative risk reduction mean in this context?

The letter also requested the Covid-related hospitalisation risk over a one-year period for an unvaccinated 25-year-old compared with a double-vaccinated 25-year-old, and the same for a 65-year-old

In December, the Der Standard newspaper reported that there were one-third fewer Covid-19 deaths in 2021 compared with the previous year, but that weekly excess mortality was higher.

Is this true? If so, what was the total excess mortality in 2021 that could not be explained by Covid-19 deaths, and what is the explanation for this excess mortality?

Aus to mandate 3rd dose

by dan, Tuesday, February 01, 2022, 05:52 (155 days ago) @ dulan drift

For the record, i think it's corrupt pharma/science/security culture that has doubled down when the heat came on - still thinks it can get away with it - thinks they're too big to fail. See it as chance to entrench centralized control.

Same here. Good old fashioned greed and power grab at work.

1. Population culling - modeling says the earth needs to lose people weight fast - through a combination of Covid and vaccine adverse effects - fastest way to scythe through the frail - with some vaccine induced sterilization for designated non-breeders.

Hmmm... yet to be release chapter 15 (or so) of The Refuser visits that territory.

I've been thinking about related questions with regards to mandates. One is, at what point would the people supporting mandates stop supporting them? Let's explore some possibilities.

  • Frequency. At what frequency would people start to balk? Most people are apparently fine with every six months. How about every three months? Every month? Every week? I mean, there would obviously be a point. Every hour? Implants delivering continual dosage? (Actually, many would probably go for implants.)
  • Level of intrusion. Implants? How about if 'Science' decides that your fetus would be better protected if it's vaccinated at 8 weeks, and so the govt mandates a prenatal jab. Is that just dandy?
  • For those shouting 'my body my choice' when it comes to abortion but not vaccination, what if 'Science' finds that abortion, for whatever reason, increases the risk of infection, and so makes abortion illegal? Is that just dandy? Let's look at it another way. What if 'Science' finds that an infected mother is likely to pass it on to her fetus, and so abortion is mandatory? I mean, if we're going to be serious about public health...
  • DNA. What if 'Science' discovers a DNA characteristic that makes one not only vulnerable to covid and being a superspreader, but who also doesn't benefit from the vaccine... should they then be quarantined for life? Or worse? Again, c'mon folks, we need to tackle this thing.

One could argue that I'm venturing into logical fallacy land of slippery slope, but I'm really just asking questions, not posing arguments, the main question being the first. At what point would the frequency turn people against mandates?

Aus to mandate 3rd dose

by dulan drift, Tuesday, February 01, 2022, 06:18 (155 days ago) @ dan

I'm really just asking questions, not posing arguments, the main question being the first. At what point would the frequency turn people against mandates? >

Using the 'frog in the slowly boiling water' analogy, with some mass formation psychosis thrown in, i'd say people (meaning 70%) could be persuaded to accept almost anything.

The path we're on I'd predict QR-codes for scanning your DNA are not far away - followed not long after by 'breeding certificates' - in order to keep everyone safe it's important that only those 'genetically suited' to combating the Next Disease X are permitted to reproduce (unless you have an exemption, such as being rich and powerful).

Aus to mandate 3rd dose

by dan, Tuesday, February 01, 2022, 05:56 (155 days ago) @ dulan drift

It seems so extraordinary in fact that i've even wondered if there's not some 'top secret' reason that we don't know about.


I've wondered this with China's absurd approach of 0 tolerance. I assume they're still doing that for the Olympics, but if they keep it up, why? The virus isn't going anywhere. Their eliminating it entirely from China is impossible, so they'll just be trashing their economy. Do they know something the rest of the world doesn't?

Again, like you, I assume it' just a series of power trips and control mechanisms, but I have wondered...

Nikolai Petrovsky

by dulan drift, Tuesday, February 01, 2022, 18:19 (154 days ago) @ dan

Prof. Nicolai Petrovsky is a scientist at Flinders University, Adelaide, Aus. He developed a vaccine (CoVax-19) which has passed through stage 2 & 3 trials. He has taken it himself, saying: it would be a little unusual if we had someone else's vaccine rather than have the one we've developed ourselves.

However, he is now facing the sack coz he's refusing to submit to further injections of a TGA approved vaccine - namely AZ or the mRNA jabs.

Petrovsky: That could be very dangerous to do. There is no data on what would happen if you had a full course of one vaccine and then had another course of another kind of vaccine. Normally you would have to do clinical trials to establish the safety of that approach.

He then received a letter from the University

Petrovsky: It says that as of yesterday all payments will be suspended and that my position itself will be considered to be made redundant if I don't submit to having one of their vaccines. It's not that I'm not vaccinated nor is it that I'm against vaccines. I'm a vaccine developer. Nobody could be more pro-vaccine than myself.

Coincidentally Petrovsky was one of the very few scientists in Australia to question the natural-origin narrative - a stance that he says got him ostracized from the Aus scientific community. The above is the sort of payback they can inflict.

80-90% Omicron asymptomatic

by dulan drift, Sunday, February 06, 2022, 11:33 (149 days ago) @ dulan drift

The International Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation estimates between 80-90 per cent of Omicron cases globally are asymptomatic or with very mild symptoms, based on data from South Africa and the United States.

So why the fuck are we still living under the heel of an oppressive bio-state regime?

There is no justification. This is a bait-n-switch operation now.

Pretty sure i've just had it - came on 4-5 days after going shopping - weird 'filing' dream i often get when i'm coming down with something - a tickle in the throat - some congestion - bit of a headache - felt a bit woozy for three days - all pretty man-cold level - then fine.

Sucked on some benzadrine lollies, drank artemisa (wormwood) tea, ginger tea, vitamins C,D,Zinc. Don't know if that helped.

80-90% Omicron asymptomatic

by dan, Sunday, February 06, 2022, 12:08 (149 days ago) @ dulan drift

Pretty sure i've just had it - came on 4-5 days after going shopping - weird 'filing' dream i often get when i'm coming down with something - a tickle in the throat - some congestion - bit of a headache - felt a bit woozy for three days - all pretty man-cold level - then fine.

Yep, that's pretty much how I felt. I didn't even take a day off work.

Tokyo is recording 20,000 cases a day, which means in reality there are probably over 100,000 a day which means in short order everybody in the city will have been exposed to the virus.

At this point, literally any antivirus measures they're taking (for covid) are counterproductive.

80-90% Omicron asymptomatic

by dan, Monday, February 07, 2022, 15:19 (148 days ago) @ dulan drift

The International Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation estimates between 80-90 per cent of Omicron cases globally are asymptomatic or with very mild symptoms, based on data from South Africa and the United States.

So why the fuck are we still living under the heel of an oppressive bio-state regime?

There is no justification. This is a bait-n-switch operation now.

After reporting yet another day of record breaking numbers in Japan, and talking about how much Osaka was suffering, the NHK reporter then added that 25% of beds reserved for covid were full. Only 25%? With record breaking numbers? But then he did, sort of very quickly, add that many of those in the covid beds had come into the hospital for other reasons.

So essentially, a lot of people are getting a cold virus, most people don't even know they have it, and those that do have minor symptoms like, well, a light cold.

We all know that a bad cold and certainly the flu can really knock us on our asses, right? This is not even close to that.

Aus-approved Vacs

by dulan drift, Monday, February 07, 2022, 17:57 (148 days ago) @ dan

This is classic Vaccine Politics. Apart from the big ones involved in the Aus roll-out, additional jab-brands were okayedfor entry into Aus.


As of mid-January, those were Coronavac by Sinovac, Covishield by AstraZeneca, Covaxin by Bharat Biotech and the Russian vaccine Sputnik V by the Gamaleya Research Institute.

The BBIBP-CorV vaccine by Sinopharm in China is also recognised for anyone who is under 60 years old when they arrive in Australia.

So both Chinese vaxxes but no Medigen, Taiwan's brand.

Nothing to do with science whatsoever - pure politics.

It's disturbing that the noises made domestically about 'standing up to China' are just that - noises. When it comes to business, it's business as usual.

Stanley Plotkin

by dulan drift, Saturday, February 19, 2022, 10:49 (136 days ago) @ dulan drift

Found this disturbing video on Twitter. We've already documented how off-the-rails vaccinology has become but even i'm taken aback watching this - a leading vaccinologist confessing to the excesses of his industry.

When you're watching it you're thinking 'that guy must be in jail now, surely' - he's not - he's a celebrated vaccinologist.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1235601209542639616

Stanley Plotkin

by dan, Sunday, February 20, 2022, 18:41 (135 days ago) @ dulan drift

Testing on the mentally handicapped, why not! Babies of mothers in prisons, individuals under colonial rule...

Experimented on over a million people in the Belgian Congo? This is right out of the movies, except in the movie The Constant Gardener, the drug companies tried to cover up their experiments, which would make sense seeing as such a thing should indeed be criminal.

So this really is a case of truth being stranger than fiction!

Moderna 2016 sequence ID'd in Covid

by dulan drift, Thursday, February 24, 2022, 11:49 (131 days ago) @ dan

This is interesting. A sequence that Moderna had patented in 2016 pops up in Covid according to this paper:


A BLAST search for the 12-nucleotide insertion led us to a 100% reverse match in a proprietary sequence (SEQ ID11652, nt 2751-2733) found in the US patent 9,587,003 filed on Feb. 4, 2016 (10) (Figure 1).

Supposedly there's a one-in-three-trillion chance it's a coincidence.

The question is: How did a 2016 Moderna sequence become a key ingredient in Covid's mysterious furin cleavage site - the one that was so amazingly adapted to infect humans?

Curiously, the paper appears in Frontiers of Virology - the listed editor is Xin Yin. The reviewer is Jitao Chang - both from Harbin University, China.

What's going on with that? Here's an explosive finding suggesting an engineered origin - some are calling it a smoking gun - first gets published in a paper with a Chinese editor.

Have the Chinese turned? Is the thinking: Stuff carrying the can for Covid when it was a patented sequence from Moderna which was integral in engineering it.

The question of deliberate release also raises its ugly head again. Anthrax was deliberately released to drum up vax funding/usage - was Covid the same?

Moderna 2016 sequence ID'd in Covid

by dan, Saturday, February 26, 2022, 18:39 (129 days ago) @ dulan drift

Or it could be a smoke screen. I'm searching to find the actual patent, and I haven't been able to so far, but I'll keep looking.

Here's the bit from Figure 1 in the article:

Based on a BLAST search of the 12-nucleotide stretch coding for the FCS PRRA, a 19-nucleotide long identical sequence was identified in the patented (US 958 7003) sequence Seq ID11652. SEQ ID11652 is transcribed to a MSH3 mRNA that appears to be codon optimized for humans.

One of two things are going to happen. Either we find the actual patent, or we don't. Either way, this is a smoking gun.

If we don't find the patent, that means they either lied in the article or the patent was scrubbed. Again, either way a smoking gun.

If we do find the patent, then, well there's that.

If they lied about the patent in the article, I would consider that a very high level form of media manipulation, a double mind fuck whammy, if you will. I noticed a lot of right wing sites mirroring this info without finding the patent.

I want to find it! It's public information if it exists, and if it doesn't, well then... we go down a rabbit hole.

https://www.uspto.gov

Moderna 2016 sequence ID'd in Covid

by dan, Saturday, February 26, 2022, 19:21 (129 days ago) @ dan

Well, shit, I guess I should have RTFM. It is there indeed.

https://uspto.report/patent/grant/9,587,003

Maybe you're right. Maybe they're hedging their bets. This needs more investigation though. It seems like a suspiciously random and off-the-cuff drop of information into an article. They must have known what the ramifications would be with conspiracy theorists. So did they leave it understated so as to stoke division?

Clearly, they could have made an explicit claim had they wanted to.

Moderna 2016 sequence ID'd in Covid

by dulan drift, Saturday, February 26, 2022, 20:28 (129 days ago) @ dan

I saw an interview with Moderna's rep - he said they would need to 'look into it' but curiously he was pushing a lab-leak, which is not something i've seen from anyone in the establishment, let alone a vax exec.

I wonder if there's some mini-info-war going on here? We've got a Chinese editor publishing an astonishing coincidence that appears to finger Moderna as having something to do with engineering Covid - then Moderna hitting back by stoking the lab-leak.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1497107545059520512

Although it seems likely Covid originated from an Wuhan lab - it doesn't necessarily mean it was WIV. Maybe they're innocent. There are other labs there working on coronaviruses.

Researching Scripps, i also came across one of the board of directors, Ge Li, founder of WuXi PharmaTec, who has a lab in Wuhan. Could the Moderna sequence have found its way to Scripps, and then Wuhan via WuXi?

Although a deliberate release from WIV is unlikely coz you'd think you wouldn't do it in Wuhan, it may offer some cover for a nefarious actor wanting to set them up - then profit from the result through vaccines (a-la Anthrax). This is all wild speculation of course.

Walensky says vaxxed don't get Covid

by dulan drift, Thursday, March 31, 2022, 11:53 (96 days ago) @ dulan drift

Listen to the experts:

Walensky, 2021: Our data from the CDC today suggests, uhm, you know, that vaccinated people do not carry the virus, don't get sick, uhm, and and, it's not just in the the clinical trials but it's also in the real world data.


https://twitter.com/i/status/1509206752780238851

4th shots Aus

by dulan drift, Monday, April 04, 2022, 18:16 (92 days ago) @ dulan drift

AP: People can have a second booster shot (aka 4th shot) four months after receiving their first. (Which they had 3mths after the 2nd, which was 1-3mths after the 1st = 4 shots per year)

Peter Collignon, infectious diseases expert: The issue is the pandemic is not over. At the moment it does appear for the very vulnerable groups there is a benefit (of the booster).

The decline in antibodies over time is what the booster doses address, but at the moment there is limited data on whether it reduces the number of infections, hospitalisations and deaths.

The old no evidence routine - used as justification for determining health policy. BS decipherer: it doesn't work but let's jab on anyway while the goings good.

But it is important for the world to focus on making sure all countries are able to vaccinate their populations to reduce the risk of the virus mutating further. Global vaccine access is imperative … if we don’t make sure other countries are vaccinated it puts everyone’s progress and protection at risk.

This global intervention is a theme Lancet is pushing as well:

(T)he gradual effort to distribute COVID-19 vaccines to low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs) is threatened by vaccine hesitancy. In Africa in particular, the low vaccine coverage and the ubiquitous vaccine hesitancy in a concerning proportion of the population undermine efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

As Lancet admits: A history of colonial medical and vaccine research abuse in Africa diminishes trust in current vaccines.

Sure did. In fact only 11.3% of the 1.2 billion people on the continent of Africa are vaxxed.

So i wonder what the plan is for overriding ubiquitous vaccine hesitancy - making sure other countries are vaccinated...

Lancet: We advocate for humane, culturally relevant, and rapid public health action to address these issues.

The fact Lancet, a morally bankrupt institution that promoted the greatest academic fraud of all time, even uses the word humane gives me the creeps. It's a code-word for coercion - we won't wrestle you to the ground and give you the jab - we'll just make it impossible for you to earn a living/enter society/travel without it. Effectively a billion people from Africa are already banned from visiting any other continent due to the vax-passport.

This is where global totalitarianism is on the rise - bringing everyone on the planet in under One Health ring to rule them all.

4th shots Aus

by dan, Monday, April 04, 2022, 19:09 (92 days ago) @ dulan drift

Lancet: We advocate for humane, culturally relevant, and rapid public health action to address these issues.

The fact Lancet, a morally bankrupt institution that promoted the greatest academic fraud of all time, even uses the word humane gives me the creeps. It's a code-word for coercion - we won't wrestle you to the ground and give you the jab - we'll just make it impossible for you to earn a living/enter society/travel without it. Effectively a billion people from Africa are already banned from visiting any other continent due to the vax-passport.

This is where global totalitarianism is on the rise - bringing everyone on the planet in under One Health ring to rule them all.

Those three words in the same sentence are indeed chilling. They're moving towards humane rapid action.

Action by whom? Clearly they don't mean action by those getting the vaccine, meaning the action of making the choice to get the vaccine. You're right. They're talking about something else, coercion.

You are humane with respect to how take a negative action against another person or animal. You don't humanely hug somebody or lend them your car, you humanely kill them or amputate a limb.

So they're talking about taking negative or painful action against the unvaccinated, rapid action, but they'll make it culturally relevant, whatever that means. I bet they're still working on that one. It will likely involve paying off powerful or influential people to convince the masses that this time around it's all different.

I wonder if the unvaccinated in Africa have been informed that soon they will no longer have a choice.

4th shots Aus

by dulan drift, Wednesday, April 06, 2022, 09:35 (91 days ago) @ dan

On one hand we had a tragically incompetent response from Australia's Defense Force (ADF) to the recent floods (it took them 5 days to arrive) - on the other hand Australia’s vaccine rollout chief is Lieutenant General John Frewen.

At least we know why citizens were abandoned in the floods - guess the military leadership was busy with the war on the vaccine/lose-all-my-freedoms hesitant.

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Humane rapid action

by dulan drift, Thursday, April 07, 2022, 06:51 (90 days ago) @ dan


Those three words in the same sentence are indeed chilling. They're moving towards humane rapid action.

Action by whom? Clearly they don't mean action by those getting the vaccine, meaning the action of making the choice to get the vaccine. You're right. They're talking about something else, coercion.

You are humane with respect to how take a negative action against another person or animal. You don't humanely hug somebody or lend them your car, you humanely kill them or amputate a limb.

I don't really have a comment - just liked the way you phrased it.

So they're talking about taking negative or painful action against the unvaccinated, rapid action, but they'll make it culturally relevant, whatever that means. I bet they're still working on that one. It will likely involve paying off powerful or influential people to convince the masses that this time around it's all different.

Yeah, i wondered about culturally relevant.

There's a long history of collaborative corruption between various African rulers and foreign interests - to the point of cultural entrenchment - i wonder if that's what they mean.

It's quite weird - to the point that we've discussed before - what on earth are they up to? A lot of the vaccines in Africa are AZ - offloaded by wealthy countries after they realized they don't work - so what's up with the mania for enforcing them on people for Omicron - a relatively harmless disease in a continent where even the previous strains had a muted impact?

It has to be about asserting global control - data grabbing - entrenching centralized protocols on the planet - winding back individual freedoms.

Where are the politicians opposing this? In Aus, out of the thousand-odd politicians from both sides, there's maybe two or three that have raised questions. They were promptly ostracized by their own parties and shut down by the media. We're living in a 'democracy' with no representation.

Humane rapid action

by dan, Friday, April 08, 2022, 15:41 (88 days ago) @ dulan drift

It has to be about asserting global control - data grabbing - entrenching centralized protocols on the planet - winding back individual freedoms.

This interview is somewhat related to your comment.

I don't know a whole lot about David Morgan, but the ever voluptuous Daniela Cambone gets a lot of interesting people on her show. Among other things, Morgan says that the Ukraine war is about a lot more than Ukraine. It's about the future of the global financial system. He also predicts that some major event in the future, perhaps a large hack, perhaps a red flag event, perhaps not, could give western govts. the excuse to require everyone to prove their identity online, and this is in preparation for a move to digital currency.

A digital currency is the end of any anonymity in one's commercial life. I know a little, well a lot more than most people actually, about how these currencies work. China has already issued theirs. As a Bitcoin or Ethereum, they're fine, but in the hands of a govt., centralized, they're bad news.

Aus Football Star subbed-off with 'heart issue'

by dulan drift, Sunday, April 10, 2022, 20:20 (86 days ago) @ dan

News: Hosts of Nine’s Sunday Footy Show have suggested Port Adelaide midfielder Ollie Wines’ withdrawal from Thursday night’s match against Melbourne due to a “heart issue” may be linked to Covid-19 vaccination.

The 27-year-old reigning Brownlow Medallist was subbed out of the game at half time after experiencing nausea and dizziness, having played just 27 minutes during the embarrassing loss to Melbourne.

The club announced the following day that he was in hospital with a “heart irregularity – the cause of which is undetermined and will be investigated over the coming days”.

Had wondered when this might happen - there have been reports of athletes having severe vax reactions - but this is the winner of last year's Brownlow Medal (MVP), so high-profile.

The interesting thing is that the football commentators appear to have broken ranks with the expert messaging, by openly linking the symptoms to booster shots. Haven't seen that before from anyone in the mainstream Aus media. That may have something to do with one of the commentators, Matthew Lloyd, himself a former star, having suffered from Bells Palsy which he suspects was due to a booster.

There's a sense the lid is blowing on this - the intimation from the video is there's more going on than the authorities are admitting to.

In Australia, weirdly, they may be able to shut down the likes of Karl Malone and Peter McCullough, or even Djokovic, but they'll struggle shutting down the local football stars.


https://twitter.com/i/status/1512997299274027012

Online anonymity

by dulan drift, Sunday, April 10, 2022, 20:49 (86 days ago) @ dan


This interview is somewhat related to your comment.

He also predicts that some major event in the future, perhaps a large hack, perhaps a red flag event, perhaps not, could give western govts. the excuse to require everyone to prove their identity online, and this is in preparation for a move to digital currency.

That's already happening in Australia - it's being sold as anti-trolling laws.

Aus Gpovt website: The Bill is also an important part of the government's commitment to protecting Australians from online harms. It will empower Australians to 'unmask' the originators of anonymous defamatory posts made on social media, where the material is posted in Australia. In doing so, the Bill will seek to centre defamation disputes on the relationship between the victim and the author of the defamatory post.

That's gonna be great for the corrupt elites with their lawyers on tap. Any regular person (with no lawyer access) who dares to call them corrupt risks being crushed by a legal industry designed to protect those who are rich enough to pay for it.

A digital currency is the end of any anonymity in one's commercial life. I know a little, well a lot more than most people actually, about how these currencies work. China has already issued theirs. As a Bitcoin or Ethereum, they're fine, but in the hands of a govt., centralized, they're bad news.>

Yep, that's one of the big ones in a centralized data-scrape - bio-metrics, financials, location tracking - is there anything else they need?

Online anonymity

by dulan drift, Tuesday, April 12, 2022, 09:02 (85 days ago) @ dulan drift

Scott Morrison: I mean, social media has been eroding the civility of our country, and not just our society, societies all around the world. .. But what happens now is you whack a hashtag, put it out there in the social media, and then people report it.

You can’t have these cowards in their basements going around and trolling people. I mean, social media has given everybody a microphone and things that used to be said and now said, through social media, so I think social media really does undermine.

Firstly, the civility of our society was eroded by the elites lying to us over the origin of Covid (and well before then). If you've got the experts we rely on for information telling whoppers re the biggest event of our times - when we really needed to know the truth - that's the collapse of civilization right there.

In fact the only place you could find half-decent info was on social media/the internet - often from anonymous accounts like Billy Bostickson from Drastic on Twitter.

Morrison: I really do think it’s, it’s really undermining the cohesiveness of our society and that’s why we have taken such a strong stand standing up to those big tech companies and holding them to account.

Fuck the cohesiveness of society! We're not gonna all rally around your lies for the sake of cohesiveness. What's more, it's not the social media oligarchs that are the problem - they, along with MSM, are all for censorship - we saw that with them banning any talk that Covid might be a lab exit, as well as discussion on vaccine efficacy/adverse effects.

Frighteningly, this anti-trolling bill has massive public support. Anti-trolling might sound good but what does trolling even mean? First you have to define it. If it's limited to death threats or racial/sexual hate speech then i don't have a problem, but i don't think that's where this is heading.

Will dismantling a lawyered-up elite's arguments be considered trolling coz it hurts their feelings? We have seen a constant stream of lies from MSM/experts/politicians - will calling them liars or corrupt now be considered trolling?

As for unmasking the cowards in basements - there are very good reasons why those taking up the fight against the Covid Conspiracy prefer to remain anonymous - just ask Snowden or Assange. They courageously used their real names to expose government lies - how did that work out for them?

For example, some of the Drastic members are scientists from prominent universities - for sure they would have been shut down by their unis, sidelined, even fired for questioning the official scientific experts' narrative.

At this stage, despite the mountains of evidence - we still don't know if those responsible for causing/covering-up Covid will ever be held accountable - i'm doubtful they will. If they do succeed in permanently suppressing the truth, will they then come after those who they declare to be undermining the cohesiveness of society?

This bill smacks of being yet another official weapon in the the War on Truth - a blunt instrument to crush dissent - to punish those who dare to call out the institutionalized corruption that has destroyed the foundations of a civilized society.

Online anonymity

by dan, Wednesday, April 13, 2022, 16:03 (83 days ago) @ dulan drift

That's already happening in Australia - it's being sold as anti-trolling laws.

Aus Gpovt website: The Bill is also an important part of the government's commitment to protecting Australians from online harms. It will empower Australians to 'unmask' the originators of anonymous defamatory posts made on social media, where the material is posted in Australia. In doing so, the Bill will seek to centre defamation disputes on the relationship between the victim and the author of the defamatory post.

I haven't read the whole page yet, or whatever representation of this bill this is, but this jumped out at me:

If the poster cannot be identified, the Bill will enable victims to treat the provider of the social media service as a publisher for the purpose of potential defamation proceedings.

This enforces what is known as KYC, Know Your Customer. It's the end of anonymity. It says to hosts, like Reddit, for example, and Twitter, that they have to verify identity or they are liable for any defamation if the poster's identity cannot be verified.

This is an absolute nightmare bill. It ends the ability to anonymously post anything on the Internet. Bad news.

Online anonymity

by dulan drift, Wednesday, April 20, 2022, 18:34 (76 days ago) @ dan


If the poster cannot be identified, the Bill will enable victims to treat the provider of the social media service as a publisher for the purpose of potential defamation proceedings.

This enforces what is known as KYC, Know Your Customer. It's the end of anonymity. It says to hosts, like Reddit, for example, and Twitter, that they have to verify identity or they are liable for any defamation if the poster's identity cannot be verified.

This is an absolute nightmare bill. It ends the ability to anonymously post anything on the Internet. Bad news.

In nightmares you often see something bad happening but feel powerless to stop it. That's how this is playing out. It's being rushed through with a raft of other freedom/privacy restrictions without debate- with full support from both major parties.

China's no mRNA vaccines

by dulan drift, Wednesday, April 20, 2022, 18:36 (76 days ago) @ dulan drift

I'm curious why China hasn't deployed mRNA vaccines - they have the technology you'd have thought.

Do they know something? Or is it only nationalism?

China's no mRNA vaccines

by dan, Wednesday, April 20, 2022, 19:00 (76 days ago) @ dulan drift

I'm curious why China hasn't deployed mRNA vaccines - they have the technology you'd have thought.

Do they know something? Or is it only nationalism?

I've asked myself this with regards to their zero approach. I hadn't thought about the mRNA question.

Fauci's power delusion

by dulan drift, Monday, April 25, 2022, 06:29 (72 days ago) @ dan

Fauci: We are concerned about that, about courts getting involved in things that are unequivocally public health decisions. This is a CDC issue. It should not have been a court issue.

The point that I was making [was] that this is a public health decision, and I think it's a bad precedent when decisions about public health issues are made by people, be they judges or what have you, that don't have experience or expertise in public health

The fact that Fauci is arguing he is above the courts is an interesting insight into the minds of the One Health power-grabbers. They really believe they should have totalitarian-like control in the 'new normal'. He cannot see, or is unwilling to see that there are human rights issues involved with a whole bunch of Covid restrictions, be that lockdowns, vaccine mandates, masks, bio-data scraping, etc. Remember most opponents are not saying they are against masks or vaccines - only that they want the right to choose.

At least in the US the courts do provide some kind of checks and balances - in Australia there's nothing/no-one to challenge the dictums of THE science/health experts as they assume control of our lives. I've often been dubious about the US's role as world leader, but when it comes to someone/anyone making a stand on the evaporation of basic human freedoms, the world is looking to the US to challenge these power excesses before it's too late.

Fauci's power delusion

by dan, Tuesday, April 26, 2022, 14:57 (70 days ago) @ dulan drift

Fauci: We are concerned about that, about courts getting involved in things that are unequivocally public health decisions. This is a CDC issue. It should not have been a court issue.

The point that I was making [was] that this is a public health decision, and I think it's a bad precedent when decisions about public health issues are made by people, be they judges or what have you, that don't have experience or expertise in public health

The fact that Fauci is arguing he is above the courts is an interesting insight into the minds of the One Health power-grabbers. They really believe they should have totalitarian-like control in the 'new normal'. He cannot see, or is unwilling to see that there are human rights issues involved with a whole bunch of Covid restrictions, be that lockdowns, vaccine mandates, masks, bio-data scraping, etc. Remember most opponents are not saying they are against masks or vaccines - only that they want the right to choose.

I could not put it better. And by his logic, people or the courts should have no hand in anything for which self-described experts feel they should have the final say. Let's see. That could include basically everything. Environment. Transportation. Communications. News. Sex. I mean, why should people be able to decide what is allowed in the bedroom when we have experts?

At least in the US the courts do provide some kind of checks and balances - in Australia there's nothing/no-one to challenge the dictums of THE science/health experts as they assume control of our lives. I've often been dubious about the US's role as world leader, but when it comes to someone/anyone making a stand on the evaporation of basic human freedoms, the world is looking to the US to challenge these power excesses before it's too late.

Yes, I agree. It's the one bright spot in a country that has a lot of bad, bad shit going on. On the one hand, I do not like the emphasis and glorification of individuality and personal independence. On the other, the flip side of that is personal freedom, which I feel very strongly about. To put it in stark, romantic terms, I'd rather die free at 50 than live as a subject of someone else to 100. Those fences the CCP are rolling out pretty much tell the whole story there.

Fauci's power delusion

by dulan drift, Wednesday, April 27, 2022, 06:51 (70 days ago) @ dan

This sums up the state of the bio-medical cartel - by someone who should know. Also gives context to Fauci's call for absolute power to be given to that same group.


It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of the New England Journal of Medicine.

Marcia Angell

Adenovirus Vaccines & AIDS/Hepatitis

by dulan drift, Sunday, May 08, 2022, 10:30 (58 days ago) @ dulan drift

As Dan pointed out in the beginning, a normal safety trial for the new vaccines would have taken until 2023. There's a reason for that and we are now starting to see problems emerge that may not have been apparent in the beginning.

Science: Certain COVID-19 vaccine candidates could increase susceptibility to HIV, warns a group of researchers who in 2007 learned that an experimental HIV vaccine had raised in some people the risk for infection with the AIDS virus.

(F)our veteran researchers raise a warning flag about those COVID-19 vaccine candidates by recounting their experience running a placebo-controlled AIDS vaccine trial dubbed STEP. An interim analysis of STEP found that uncircumcised men who had been naturally infected with Ad5 before receiving the vaccine became especially vulnerable to the AIDS virus. The vaccine, made by Merck, had been the leading hope for what was then a 20-year search for a shot that could thwart HIV. But after the STEP results appeared, the field went into a tailspin. "It took a decade to recover."

Didn't hear much talk about that when the vaccines were being spruiked. It's interesting they mention it took a decade to recover - meaning it took a decade to sweep it under the rug so we can crank the industry up again for the next wave of risk-laden experiments.

There was the case of the Aus vaccine that caused trial recipients to test HIV positive, but we were assured it was a false positive. Now there is growing speculation that Adenovirus vaccines may be recombining in the host with natural adenoviruses to cause new diseases.

Apart from AIDS, the surge in hepatitis cases around the world amongst young children is thought to be a result of this process. That doesn't mean that the disease becomes apparent in a vaccine recipient - nor is it a vaccine adverse-effect as such - it simply recombines there to make a new adenovirus, which then spreads to other people, whether they are vaccinated or not.


The Expose: The theory behind the AstraZeneca virus going rogue is that the virus contained in the vaccine combines with the E1 gene from another circulating adenovirus, of which there are many. The result is a replicating ChAdOx1 virus. A wealth of scientific information and reasoning on the theory can be found here.

Because most people have been exposed to Adenoviruses throughout their lives they will be immune. But young children who have been forced to stay at home for the past two years are now being hit with a dangerous adenovirus on first exposure.

Justin Thyme on Twitter also has some interesting analysis.
https://dailyexpose.uk/2022/05/07/medicine-regulators-blame-covid-jabs-hepatitis-children/

The Origin of AIDS

by dulan drift, Sunday, May 08, 2022, 20:27 (58 days ago) @ dulan drift

An interesting video exploring the theory that AIDS resulted from a polio vaccine trial in DRC (Zaire). The vaccine production at a lab in DRC reportedly used chimpanzee tissue which is theorized to have contaminated the vaccine with HIV.

The trial involving 1 million subjects in central Africa, took place two years before the first HIV cases were recorded in the exact same area.

The video is a full-length documentary - about 1.5hrs - but worth a look - better than most of the crap on Netflix.

https://youtu.be/gRTpThZrDAY

It's become apparent that everything is a stupid narrative war - it's prosecuted like a trial lawyer - with the sole aim of getting your narrative up - the truth is neither here nor there.

People will tell themselves it's ok to lie coz they are acting to protect a 'higher truth' - but in fact it's nothing more than base self-interest - to secure money/power - to protect the status quo, their entrenched positions as influencers in that corrupt world order.

The Origin of AIDS

by dan, Sunday, May 29, 2022, 15:34 (37 days ago) @ dulan drift

I am going to watch this. My summer break is coming up in a couple weeks so I can do things like watch this and finish The Refuser.

Adenovirus Vaccines & AIDS/Hepatitis

by dan, Friday, May 13, 2022, 16:06 (53 days ago) @ dulan drift


Justin Thyme on Twitter also has some interesting analysis.
https://dailyexpose.uk/2022/05/07/medicine-regulators-blame-covid-jabs-hepatitis-children/

This says it all for me:
Precisely how Merck's Ad5 vaccine increased the risk of HIV transmission in STEP and Phambili remains murky.
And yet, it goes on.

Apart from AIDS, the surge in hepatitis cases around the world amongst young children is thought to be a result of this process. That doesn't mean that the disease becomes apparent in a vaccine recipient - nor is it a vaccine adverse-effect as such - it simply recombines there to make a new adenovirus, which then spreads to other people, whether they are vaccinated or not.

I've been following this as much as I can. Obviously you're ahead of me.

The Expose: The theory behind the AstraZeneca virus going rogue is that the virus contained in the vaccine combines with the E1 gene from another circulating adenovirus, of which there are many. The result is a replicating ChAdOx1 virus. A wealth of scientific information and reasoning on the theory can be found here.

Because most people have been exposed to Adenoviruses throughout their lives they will be immune. But young children who have been forced to stay at home for the past two years are now being hit with a dangerous adenovirus on first exposure.

Yep! And this is why China is going to get its ass kicked now. The population has not built up a natural immunity to covid, so now they're fucked.

But the young kids who were locked up all over the world, they're really fucked. The whole lock down reaction was so flawed. So now we have millions of kids around the world who didn't build up all sorts of immunity. They weren't out playing in the dirt, playing with each other, getting worms, stomach flu, colds, and influenza. The next few years are going to see a massive rise in child illness, and it may affect them their whole lives.

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