Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Failed Vaccine Narrative

 Human Variants,

Ilargi at The Automatic Earth, The Vaccines Don't Work (see: emperor, unclothed)
​  ​On Thursday, an internal CDC slide deck was “leaked”. On Friday, an “official” document was presented. The first is more interesting, because it contains things that are ostensibly not meant for public consumption (how to present…). The second is made up of a lot of official looking terminology. What else? But both largely say the same thing: there is no difference between the infection rates of vaccinated and non-vaccinated people. Of course that is then dressed up again in calls to get vaccinated, they can’t help themselves…
​  ​In colorful language such as “the war has changed” and “Delta spreads as easily as chickenpox”, the CDC tries very hard to undermine -even deny- its own findings.
...Pfizer wants to give everyone a booster shot this fall. I was thinking they must have made some improved version against Delta, but no, it’ll be a third shot of the same “vaccine”. But wait, we just found it doesn’t work against Delta. The Israelis give it a 39% efficacy, which is not even enough to get an emergency authorization. Get it off the market then.
​  ​Why would I get such a shot at this point in time? The only reason I can think of is that if I don’t, you’ll take my job away, and/or severely screw with my life, and rights, and freedoms, in other ways

CDC releases study showing 3/4 Delta cases are among the vaccinated, says masks are the answer

Vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals have similar viral loads in communities with a high prevalence of the SARS-CoV-2 delta variant

CDC Says Vaccinated May Be as Likely to Spread COVID as Unvaxxed, as Reports of Serious Injuries After Vaccines Surge

You’re doing it WRONG! White House Covid-19 spokesman yells at media for quoting CDC documents on Delta variant

Had COVID? You’ll probably make antibodies for a lifetime
People who recover from mild COVID-19 have bone-marrow cells that can churn out antibodies for decades, although viral variants could dampen some of the protection they offer.

Antibody Evolution after SARS-CoV-2 mRNA Vaccination...We conclude that memory antibodies selected over time by natural infection have greater potency and breadth than antibodies elicited by vaccination...

​"Et tu, Brute'?" 
The Wall Street Journal endorses ivermectin  Rupert Murdoch owns that rag. Rupert just left a sinking ship, didn't he?
Why Is the FDA Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug?
Ivermectin is a promising Covid treatment and prophylaxis, but the agency is denigrating it.

​I don't like Greg Abbot  He's a sleazy politician, but I have to give him credit for reading the entrails pretty accurately through the COVID pandemic, and moving in the right direction earlier than just about anybody. I think he gets good data, and acts decisively to gain an advantage.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signs order banning COVID vaccine, mask mandates
Abbot issues order days after CDC called for indoor mask mandates regardless of vaccination status

If you don't get your sense of smell back, COVID probably shriveled that part of your brain.
Alarming COVID study indicates long-term loss of gray matter and other brain tissue

  I remember in the 1990s when Apple was GOOD and NICE, and let people ​build​ "Apple clone" computers.  ​Now you can't hook-up without the jab.​
Apple removes dating app for the unvaccinated "Unjected" for trying to ‘cheat the system,’ as its creators cry ‘CENSORSHIP!’

​David Sacks was co-originator of Paypal.
Get Ready for the 'No-Buy' List
First Big Tech censored speech. Now they want to shut deplorables out of the financial system.

Thanks for these two, Charles: First from Jeff Bzos' Washington Post. Jeff is a fuel-burning Jack-Flash on a candlestick.
The Amazon rainforest is the world’s carbon sink. Parts of it now release more carbon than can be absorbed.

​Umar Haque is getting apoplectic. He just had an epiphany.
​  The Amazon’s the first one to hit a tipping point which we know of and can call one: it emits more carbon than it takes in, crippled, battered, left for dead. Bang. That’s one crucial planetary ecosystem dead. Did anyone much notice or even care? Did you? Are you just clueless, the way our institutions want you?
​  ​Then there’s the melting of ice sheets, whether in the Arctic, Antarctic, Greenland. Their disintegration has been swift and severe — faster, again, than predicted. Have they already hit a tipping point?
​  ​How about the ocean currents? There’s plenty of evidence, too, they’re slowing down, changing in strange ways unseen for millions of years.​..
We should be incredibly worried. It is not normal. Even within the pretty catastrophic range of “normal” for climate scenarios. We’re beyond even that abnormal normal. We’re rapidly, severely outpacing our very own worst predictions for planetary climate catastrophe. So fast, so hard, that you can feel it in your memory. That you remember: it didn’t used to be like this. Just a few short years ago. Within the mayfly span of a single human lifetime. And it seems to be accelerating every year, overheating, warming, how searingly hot it is, even in what used to be some of the coldest places or times on earth, in your life, in our world.
​  ​That’s really, really bad. It shouldn’t be happening like this, “climate change.” It’s too fast, too severe, too weird, too sudden, accelerating too hard, spinning out of control. It’s way beyond us now, shocking us every season, hitting us much, much harder than most of us ever thought it could or would, catastrophic discontinuity exploding off the axes of the graphs we used to confidently show each other to prove how intelligent we were
I can barely go outside today. You?

​Heat Tolerant With Air Conditioning

pictured with squash patch and banana plant​


  1. I think perhaps Pfizer might want to give another booster because the masses are sitting on suboptimal antibodies and if infected with Delta or other variant, this is EXACTLY where ADE could become a BIG problem. Any waning antibodies would allow the virus to enter the cells more easily, triggering more severe disease. Even if they develop a “new” spike variant-vax, it would not help due to the phenomenon of “original antigenic sin”- once primed, these people’s bodies will RECALL all of the OLD antibodies, not make new ones. This is a fuck up so large, it’s orders of magnitude larger than anything we’ve ever witnessed in mass medical experimentation.

    1. They might want to sell more of what they have as boosters, which was certainly part of the plan they were advertising to their shareholders last year. The business model with vaccines is repeat business, every year is great, but twice a year s even better!
      I think things are doing what they are doing, and will keep doing so, as far as ongoing mutations in this endemic virus. I never seem to catch it. I can't prove I'm immune, so I'll be starting routine nasal swab screens soon. At least the clinic is decent enough to stay on the fence. It's a tough political climate, and I feel like I'm being protected as much as they can. I've not been given an ultimatum.
      Thanks for dropping-in, ML...

  2. Umar Haque is misinformed. The world's oceans act as much larger and more resilient carbon sinks than the tiny Amazon rainforest. Ice sheet melting sets off climate cooling. While we're seeing warmer northern latitude summers now, it was as hot or hotter in the 1930s, followed by cooler decades, so much so that the climate alarmists of the 1970s and 80s predicted a new ice age. ALL of the published climate 'models' overestimated temperatures above measured temps over the past 30 years. And so on.

  3. I hope you are right.
    Still, I have to do my best every day to help us have a decent present, and to help the future as much as I can, because it has to be done differently, and that has not yet been worked out.

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    1. Thanks for the kudos. I do what I can, but I have a job and some gardens, too. :-)