Wednesday, August 25, 2021

What Goes Around

Going Around,

Fauci Dismisses “Freedom” In Call For Vaccine Mandates: “The Time Has Come. Enough Is Enough.”
“We’ve just got to get people vaccinated.”
(Tony Fauci knows full-well that the selection pressures created by non-sterilizing vaccines​, which allow vaccinated hosts to carry mutating coronavirus in their noses, is what is inducing vaccine-resistant viral mutants. It is usual and expected.)​
​  ​Fauci then dismissed freedom as an after thought, noting “I know I respect people’s freedom, but when you’re talking about a public health crisis that we’ve been going through for well over a year and a half, the time has come. Enough is enough. We’ve just got to get people vaccinated.”
​  “If we keep lingering without getting those people vaccinated that should be vaccinated, this thing could linger on, leading to the development of another variant which could complicate things.” Fauci further proclaimed.

​  Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine does not have FDA approval. Pfizer vaccine has a continuation of the EUA, Emergency Use Authorization, which shields Pfizer completely from any liability for all of those deaths and side effects. 
  Pfizer can keep selling and using all of their vaccine stock without any liability, and while making profit. Pfizer benefits from the good-publicity and the proliferation of vaccine mandates​, which arise from FDA approval of the similar, but legally distinct BionTech product. 
  BionTech has no real stock of vials in the US, and does carry some legal liability, which will adhere to their renamed product, when it is released here.
This is the "best of both worlds" for the fevered rush (why?) to get a needle in every single arm right away. 
  Pfizer's FDA approval research will be ready for submission in 2025. Pfizer eliminated the control group by unblinding the study and telling all the saline recipients that they got saline, and could get the real thing for free. Almost all of them did. 
Eliminating the control group was portrayed as noble, but it also obscures evidence of adverse reactions and deaths in the treatment arm. 
Full analysis here is bullet pointed and easy to read:

Peter McCullough MD: (It's an "Enhanced Carrier State" This hospital was like The Diamond Princess, but vaccinated.)
​  ​A groundbreaking preprint paper by the prestigious Oxford University Clinical Research Group, published Aug. 10 in The Lancet, includes alarming findings devastating to the COVID vaccine rollout.
The study found vaccinated individuals carry 251 times the load of COVID-19 viruses in their nostrils compared to the unvaccinated.
​  ​While moderating the symptoms of infection, the jab allows vaccinated individuals to carry unusually high viral loads without becoming ill at first, potentially transforming them into presymptomatic superspreaders.
This phenomenon may be the source of the shocking post-vaccination surges in heavily vaccinated populations globally.​..
​  The scientists studied healthcare workers who were unable to leave the hospital for two weeks. The data showed that fully vaccinated workers — about two months after injection with the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine (AZD1222) — acquired, carried and presumably transmitted the Delta variant to their vaccinated colleagues.
​  ​They almost certainly also passed the Delta infection to susceptible unvaccinated people, including their patients. Sequencing of strains confirmed the workers transmitted SARS-CoV-2 to one another.​..
​  ​The conclusions of the Chau paper support the warnings by leading medical experts that the partial, non-sterilizing immunity from the three notoriously “leaky” COVID-19 vaccines allow carriage of 251 times the viral load of SARS-CoV-2 as compared to samples from the pre-vaccination era in 2020.
​  ​Thus, we have a key piece to the puzzle explaining why the Delta outbreak is so formidable — fully vaccinated are participating as COVID-19 patients and acting as powerful Typhoid Mary-style super-spreaders of the infection.

​Here is that paper: Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 Delta Variant Among Vaccinated Healthcare Workers, Vietnam

Analysis of Public Health England statistics:
Latest PHE Data Shows Vaccine Effectiveness Down to Just 15% in the Over-50s, 37% in the Under-50s. Deaths Cut by 76% in Over-50s, But Just 12% in Under-50s

​Vaccines don't work for the immunosuppressed. Ivermectin does. How could they miss that?
Washington transplant patients removed from waiting list for refusing COVID-19 vaccine
The University of Washington Medical Center defends its decision, saying immunity suppression becomes an issue shortly after a transplant.

There is now a class action suit by members of the US armed services against the Pentagon vaccine mandate:
​  ​“The Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin (the “SECDEF”) has publicly notified Plaintiffs, via Memo, that he will seek authorization from the President of the United States of America (the “President”), to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine on or about September 15, 2021,” the plaintiffs note. “Upon information and belief, the DoD is already vaccinating military members in flagrant violation of its legal obligations and the rights of servicemembers under federal law and the Constitution.”
​  ​“Army Regulation 40-562 provides documented survivors of an infection, a presumptive medical exemption from vaccination because of the natural immunity acquired as a result of having survived the infection,” the legal complaint added.
​  ​“General examples of medical exemptions include the following… Evidence of immunity based on serologic tests, documented infection, or similar circumstances,”
the lawsuit cites.

​The best population-psychology analysis of the Afghanistan withdrawal debacle, still underway, which I have seen, by Ben Hunt; (Baked-in 20 years ago.)
​  ​How is it possible that the world’s preeminent “intelligence community” – the NSA and the DIA and the NRO and the CIA and whole alphabet soup of associated agencies – with still more trillions of dollars of resources at their disposal, would fail to identify the catalyzing impact of a State Dept. announcement that the gig was up and the US government was abandoning Kabul? I don’t think it IS possible.
​  ​You’ll notice what I’m not saying. I’m not saying that the White House or the US State Dept. are too smart to make a boneheaded announcement of an embassy withdrawal. I’m also not saying that they’re stupid. What I AM saying is that both White House staff and non-career State Dept. staff devote whatever smarts they have to the domestic political ramifications of everything they do. What I AM saying is that the White House does not give a rat’s ass about Afghanistan except as it impacts domestic politics. What I AM saying is that the White House relies on the DOD and the IC to advise them on what’s actually going to happen in a place like Afghanistan if they do this or they do that.
​  ​I think the White House got some bad advice and made a boneheaded move.
​  ​Or more probably still, I think the boneheaded moves of this White House – designed entirely with an eye towards domestic politics – were met with oh-sure-boss-whatever-you-say indifference by people in the DOD and IC who knew better but were only too happy to see a painful debacle unfold.
​ The dominant narratives today are all strawmen – intentionally magnified and absurd counterfactuals to which the projected narrative stands in oh-so-bold opposition. You think the Afghanistan endgame was mangled by the Biden White House? Why you must be in favor of Forever Wars! TM. You think the Biden White House has the most coherent and correct policy for Afghanistan of any Administration over the past 20 years? Why you must be in favor of Abandoning Our Allies! 
​   But that’s exactly what I think. I think the Biden White House has the most coherent and correct policy for Afghanistan of any Administration over the past 20 years AND I think that’s faint praise AND I think they completely mangled the endgame because all they think about is domestic politics AND I think the DOD and IC knew better because they of all people understand the Common Knowledge Game.
Everyone is gaslighting everyone. Everyone thinks they are a player.
​I suspect this man profoundly understands the weaknesses of the US military at ground level.​
Taliban Appoints former Gitmo Detainee as Afghanistan’s Defense Minister
​  ​Afghanistan’s new Taliban government has appointed former Guantanamo detainee mullah Abdul Qayyum Zakir as it’s acting defense minister, according to Qatari based Al Jazeera news channel on Tuesday, subsequently reported in Reuters.
​  ​He was among the first senior Taliban commanders to enter Kabul last week as the group overran the capital amid the U.S. troop exit, and after U.S.-trained national forces largely fled. Until being named as Defense Minister, Qayyum was deputy to the Taliban’s commander-in-chief, Mullah Yaqoob.

​Coming Around​

Jenny pictured in the shop with Fairy squash set out to cure 


  1. I have talked to several doctors this month about my sinus infection and all agree that I do not need a covid test. I got the impression that if you can breathe OK then you do not have covid. But I know lots of people who tested positive and had what they described as a mild cold.

    So, which of these scenarios makes the most sense to you?
    1) The tests are so widely inaccurate that only a fraction of the people who tested positive actually had covid and those with minor symptoms actually had something else. Many people who went thru the FLLC protocol did not have covid so their success showed nothing useful about Ivermectin, etc.
    2) A large number of people had covid and some manifested mild symptoms and some worse to fatal, depending on other factors such as comorbidities. Just like some people get over the flu in a few days and others are laid up for weeks.
    3) Somewhere in between and the data is so muddled as to be almost meaningless.

    And a question for all the covid believers: If TPTB wanted to depopulate the world what would they be doing different from what they are doing today? Or if in the USA they wanted a civil war what would they be doing different?

    dave b

    1. There is not an easy either-or way to interpret data these days. Fog-of-war is more the scenario.
      The rapid tests are pretty good, like the Abbot test. They have very few false positives, and false negatives are in people with low viral load in the nose or poor collection.
      PCRs has a LOT of false positive at the high amplification cycles they were using last year, and far fewer at 25 cycles, which is common this year, but labs don't want to tell how many cycles of amplification they are running, even to their clients, like our clinic. The number of infections with COVID runs about 6 times the number of positive tests. That's established pretty well. Most cases are mild enough to not seek care.
      The elites are in disarray and cannot come to agreement.
      It's not in them. It's going to be messier and messier.

  2. I have questions about antibody testing. A friend tested positive for COVID in Nov 2020 and definitely had it. He experienced the loss of taste and smell, mild fevers, chills body aches. He recently went to a local grocery store/pharmacy and had an antibody test with a negative result. Any experience or thoughts about this? Thank you.

    1. Antibodies fade over 6-12 months, even from actual infection. T-cell immunity and B-cell immunity do not, but they are harder to measure. T-cells and B-cells have your friend's back, and will rapidly make the right antibodies for another exposure.