Thanks Cat, for sending this contact information for those who will vote to decide upon injecting young children with COVID vaccines, which will clearly cause far more death and harm in their lives than will COVID, which they tolerate extremely well, and to which they will have lasting, natural immunity. I bccd all the emails into an addressee box and wrote a nice, polite and collegial email. There are also phone numbers.The FDA’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) will meet on Oct. 26 to discuss emergency use authorization of the Pfizer mRNA vaccine for children ages 5 to 11. Then the decision goes to the FDA Commissioner for her sign off.
Following the FDA decisions, Pfizer’s application will reviewed by the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) at their meeting on Nov. 2-3. And then the ACIP decision is reviewed by the CDC Director (the ever-anxious Rochelle Walensky).
The Biden Administration has already purchased 65 million doses of this vaccine for use in children. If we do nothing, these shots will start being injected into children within days of the ACIP decision.
Those killed by COVID vaccines exceeds those saved for all ages above 20, by Steve Kirsch's data:
Let's not get data down to 5 years of age, please. The trend is clear.
A 43-year-old mum who thought says she was doing ‘the right thing’ in getting her Covid vaccine – before suffering from a blood clot and stroke. Kerry Hurt, who in now in a wheelchair, had to have life saving treatment after a blood clot formed on her brain a week after having her AstraZeneca vaccine in April. As part of the operation she had a part of her skull removed and suffered a ‘massive stroke’ which resulted in the left side of her body being paralysed, YorkshireLive reported. A week later fluid built up on her brain which required another life saving operation to insert a drain in her skull, which required another three weeks in intensive care at the Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield.
Fauci predicts Covid shots for kids five to 11 will be available by early November
Government’s chief medical adviser makes prediction after FDA review panel finds that benefits for group outweighs risks
Concerned Mother Wants to Air TV Ad on Pfizer’s Dangerous Vaccine After Daughter Is Severely and Permanently Damaged — But Comcast Refuses Ad at Last Minute (Short ad, gets right to the point.)
Major US Cities Risk Losing One-Third Of Their Police Forces Due To Vaccine Mandates
Firefighters Say Florida County's Vaccine Mandate Causing Rifts Among First Responders That Compromise Public Safety
Many say they fear the vaccine because they’ve responded to daily calls to the homes of people who’ve been seriously harmed or died shortly after the injection, says a spokesman for the group, firefighter Jason Wheat. Others object because they feel they should have a right to choose what to put in their bodies or have religious objections.
Border Patrol To Fire Up To 5K Agents Over (rumored) Vaccine Mandate
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) said Sunday that his state is “actively working to recruit out of state law enforcement” as some lose their jobs due to COVID-19 vaccine mandates. DeSantis told Maria Bartiromo on “Sunday Morning Futures” that he’s hoping to sign legislation in the next legislative session that will give a $5,000 bonus to out-of-state law enforcement officials who relocate to Florida. “In Florida, not only are we going to want to protect the law enforcement and all the jobs, we’re actually actively working to recruit out-of-state law enforcement because we do have needs in our police and our sheriffs’ departments,”
A Tale of Two Civilizations looks at long and short term Chinese strategy for markets, trade and currency.
If I may compress:
Taiwan makes 2/3 of the world's computer chips and is contested between China, the Taiwanese, other Asian countries, other chip users, and the US/West. The first order of business for all, is to keep the chips coming. The second order of business is to deny them to one's competitors. China may have another order of business, if it needs a war to hold the country together. Taiwan does not want to be taken over again. It is already too much of Taiwan's history. Not mentioned is the interest of countries like Japan and Korea, which want Taiwan to be independent for reasons of economics, and also due to the threats they face if China overruns Taiwan.
China has seen the $US as doomed for 50 years, at least in some ruling circles. China has been building gold bullion stores since around 1980, and they are probably bigger than what is admitted, maybe several times bigger. This might be revealed when the $US appears weak, to support a global reserve currency, perhaps backed by gold, which would serve Chinese interests.
China sees the US as morally degenerate, which is more apparent in the western media, so China curtails Chinese media presentations that weaken family and traditional social structures.
China manages the Chinese economy as a command economy at the strategic level, but not at the day to day level, and is taking steps to gently deflate wealth bubbles that are making the poor get poorer.
The West is currently "defeating itself" to borrow from Sun Tzu's "Art od War". China is not interfering much. (Maybe fanning a flame, here and there.)
Meet Ray Epps: The Fed-Protected Provocateur Who Appears To Have Led The Very First 1/6 Attack On The U.S. Capitol
(He seems pretty convincing, but people caught onto him and chanted "Fed, Fed, Fed...", so he popped up in other spots, again and again, urging people to "go into the capital".)
Epps appears to have led the “breach team” that committed the very first illegal acts on that fateful day. What’s more, Epps and his “breach team” did all their dirty work with 10 minutes still remaining in President Trump’s National Mall speech, and with the vast majority of Trump supporters still 30 minutes away from the Capitol.
End of capitalism, transgender kids, NATO, reverse racism, WWII, censorship and more: What Putin spoke about at Valdai
Charles Hugh Smith: The vision of software eating the world is part and parcel of the compelling fantasy that humans will soon be free from the drudgery of work and scarcity and bask in near-infinite abundance due to techno-magic. Those most taken by this vision are never the ones trying to keep the software and robotics from failing, because those laboring to keep the whole mess from collapsing know the limits are far more real than the magical-thinking enthusiasts understand...
Software Ate the World and Now Has Indigestion
Software Ate the World and Now Has Indigestion
Consider all those apps which are supposed to be the epitome of automated productivity: if software is so great, then why do the apps need thousands of ghost workers to keep the kludgy mess semi-functional? Hidden behind the shiny happy facade of automated software wonderland, thousands of poorly paid humans have to do the hard bits that software fails to do or fails to do properly.
Where Stuff Comes From
“this dovetails in sinister fashion with the basic idea that any sufficiently advanced technology cannot be distinguished from magic. highly evolved capitalism becomes such a technology and the largess and plenty it produces gets mistaken for a property of the universe rather than a made thing, a thing that must be created rather than simply reaped.” ...
Click some buttons, swipe a card, tap a phone – and presto! Stuff appears, like magic.... As I type this, I’m sitting on a couch made predominantly from foamed polyurethane, my feet resting on a carpet made from synthetic nylon. I just sipped water from a bottle made of polyethylene terephthalate, which I then placed on a coffee table made of wood.
Boy, you keep yourself busy. Right away you start building on your land. Is it going to be a quest house? Garage for tools? Sorry to be so nosy, but I love hearing about your newest adventures...☺️🙏Holly EllerReplyDelete
It's the "Kitchen House", mostly kitchen, living/dining, a bathroom/laundry and some finished out attic space with windows at each end. It will be about 800 square feet with a 100 square foot screen porch.Delete
Omgosh that sounds so amazing...can't wait to see.ReplyDelete
Very nice John! We've been doing some deep cleaning in the house and shed/storage areas. Will be cleaning up a new garden area for next year next. Unfortunately it snows a lot here:) Dennis. Banned in BostonReplyDelete
Root crops store better in root-cellars when it's not hot... everything trades off to something.Delete
Trying to sleep at night in 90 degree heat and 90% humidity is problematic without AC...