Friday, November 5, 2021

Indecisive Victory

 Learning Synonyms,

"Died Suddenly" is the new "Rare" in the world of coronavirus vaccines. Lots of healthy young athletes are just dropping dead lately. Thanks Jeremy.
The list of sudden 'events' amongst the world's most fit and healthy, is extending daily.
The COVID vaccines are the most dangerous vaccines in human history... by a long shot
The smallpox vaccine used to be the most dangerous vaccine in human history. The COVID vaccines are over 800 times more deadly.

Here's the real reason Comirnaty is not available
It's all about liability. It will magically become available when the vaccine for children is fully approved, not before.
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​  ​T​​he reason Comirnaty isn’t available is because those shots would expose the company to liability since the fully-licensed product doesn’t have the liability waiver of the EUA product.
​  ​But once the Pfizer vaccine is fully approved in kids, then Pfizer gets liability waiver on all age groups due to a “feature” in federal law for child vaccines (NCVIA). At that time, they are done. They can market the COVID vaccine products under full approval for all age groups and face no liability when it kills or disables you.

​Are excess deaths in Scotland this summer and fall due to COVID-19 vaccinations? Why do the rises in excess deaths per age group track the vaccine rollout by age with about a 6 month delay?​ 
Thanks Doc. Robinson

​A university professor of ethics and philosophy who was recently fired for refusing mandatory COVID vaccination, talks about the ethical foundations of Canadian constitutional law​ (until recently). Bodily autonomy was held inviolable, except in acute public health emergency, with very safe and effective ttreatment

SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, which is created in response to vaccines available in the US, enters cell nuclei and inhibits DNA repair functions, causing increased rates of mutation and inhibition of adaptive immunity. This inhibits immune reasons and appears likely to increase cancer rates among recipients over time. stay tuned.

Whole, inactivated virus (traditional) vaccines, such as Sinovac, also have longer term adverse reactions in the kidneys, and seem to cause a sustained metabolic shift towards diabetes. This writer is "colorful" but checks his facts well.

Hundreds of trial participants at one center, with typical COVID-19 symptoms, were never tested forCOVID, due to staffing shortage, for instance...
​  ​In autumn 2020 Pfizer’s chairman and chief executive, Albert Bourla, released an open letter to the billions of people around the world who were investing their hopes in a safe and effective covid-19 vaccine to end the pandemic. “As I’ve said before, we are operating at the speed of science,” Bourla wrote, explaining to the public when they could expect a Pfizer vaccine to be authorised in the United States.1
​  ​But, for researchers who were testing Pfizer’s vaccine at several sites in Texas during that autumn, speed may have come at the cost of data integrity and patient safety. A regional director who was employed at the research organisation Ventavia Research Group has told The BMJ that the company falsified data, unblinded patients, employed inadequately trained vaccinators, and was slow to follow up on adverse events reported in Pfizer’s pivotal phase III trial. Staff who conducted quality control checks were overwhelmed by the volume of problems they were finding. After repeatedly notifying Ventavia of these problems, the regional director, Brook Jackson, emailed a complaint to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Ventavia fired her later the same day. Jackson has provided The BMJ with dozens of internal company documents, photos, audio recordings, and emails.​..

Members of the European Parliament were told in the spring that "green passes" would get the EU traveling again and revive the economy, then be phased out. That was a lie. They cannot even see any actual details of contracts with vaccine manufacturers. Everything of substance is completely redacted by page after page og black marker lines. They are about to be excluded from Parliament, if not "voluntarily" vaccinated , after "informed consent". Some are protesting this.

Children 5-11 can get $100 or a grocery gift card for $100 if they get the COVID vaccine. 
"Informed" consent?​ Why? Who benefits?

The main force of this vaccine mandate may have been in the announcement that it would soon exist... (I got fired, though the reason was changed the week before.)
Senate Republicans to formally disapprove, nullify Biden vaccine mandate on private employees
OSHA is expected to release a formal rule on the federal employee vaccine mandate in coming days

The Biden administration has released the new rule from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requiring 84 million private sector workers to get vaccinated for COVID-19. The administration has also announced its rule from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Assistance (CMS) requiring 17 million healthcare workers participating in federal health programs to be vaccinated. The White House is also pushing back the deadline for workers in those sectors, as well as federal contractors, to get fully vaccinated to Jan. 4, 2022...

​Charles Hugh Smith looks at why it has been hard to restart global supply chains, and why they can't catch up, or even slow down, without gross impairment.
​  ​What's absolutely out of stock are 1) stability and 2) the means to restore global supply chains to their previous working order. 
Unbeknownst to the vast herds consuming the goodies stuffed in those 8,000 containers per ship, the entire supply chain has been optimized to function within a very narrow band. Once it veers out of tha​t​ band, it unravels very quickly and cannot be restored to its previous optimization.
​  ​There are a number of reasons for this inability to put Humpty-Dumpty back together again.
1. Everything that's needed to restore stability has been stripped out by optimizing profits. Redundancy, excess capacity, stockpiles, multiple sources, domestic sources--all those cost money and are therefore the mortal enemies of increasing profits, so they've all been stripped out of the system long ago.
2. There is just enough of everything to function in the optimized band, and adding more capacity quickly is impossible. There are just enough gasoline/diesel tankers to make the optimal deliveries, and no surplus tankers to add to the network. And even if there were super-costly tanker-trucks gathering dust in a lot, there wouldn't be any surplus drivers with the credentials and experience to drive them.​..​
These multitudes of intermediaries generate long dependency chains which break if even one link goes down. 
3. The instinctive human response to scarcity is to stockpile what's scarce or even threatening to become scarce.​..
Count the intermediaries between the source of the stuff you need and your house and you'll have a decent grasp of your vulnerability to global supply chain breakdowns. Very few of us know enough to count the intermediaries, and we might reckon there's a few dozen at most. In many cases, the true number is in the hundreds once we count the components, specialty materials, glues, solvents, packaging, delivery, etc. in every part of the production and shipping chain.

​Julian Assange's forever-trial is the most critical battle for press freedom of our time, and he is held completely vulnerable ​in extended isolation.
​  ​Assange is being extradited because his organization WikiLeaks released the Iraq War Logs in October 2010, which documented numerous US war crimes — including video images of the gunning down of two Reuters journalists and 10 other unarmed civilians in the Collateral murder video, the routine torture of Iraqi prisoners, the covering up of thousands of civilian deaths and the killing of nearly 700 civilians that had approached too closely to US checkpoints. He is also being targeted by US authorities for other leaks, especially those that exposed  the hacking tools used by the CIA known as Vault 7, which enables the spy agency to compromise cars, smart TVs, web browsers and the operating systems of most smart phones, as well as operating systems such as Microsoft Windows, macOS and Linux.
​  ​If Assange is extradited and found guilty of publishing classified material, it will set a legal precedent that will effectively end national security reporting, allowing the government to use the Espionage Act to charge any reporter who possesses classified documents, and any whistleblower who leaks classified information.

​  Eleni sends this article, "The Decisive Battle", which describes the strategy of the Imperial Japanese Navy in WW-2 to strike the US suddenly, weakening its fleet, and hoping that it would attack immediately with the weakened fleet, so that Japan might temporarily maintain an upper hand. That was the only possible scenario in which Japan stood a chance to not be defeated, but it was under an embargo for oil, coal and mineral ores, and could either retreat and become a target for rivals, or attack. 
  The US had the advantage of being well stocked with materials, vastly more manpower, and an industrial base far removed from bombing attacks. The US did not attack promptly, and did not lose any aircraft carriers, which Roosevelt had removed in November, when he learned of the approaching fleet. (This author does not appear to know that.) 
  Risking everything on a decisive battle was a desperate strategy, and military experts in Japan knew that, but they had no good options. This author draws the parallel to the American political battle to unseat Trump's presidency at any cost, which was done (he thinks semi-fairly. I don't.) However, the large American population of working deplorables is more economically critical than the professional-managerial-class in the longer term, so has the same advantage that America had over Japan in a protracted conflict. 
  The sarcastic battle cry of this movement has now been raised: "Let's Go Brandon!"
​  "​For those of you who don’t know the context: at a recent NASCAR event in New Jersey, the crowd could be heard chanting ”Fuck Joe Biden!” after the race. During an interview with the winner of the race – a man named Brandon Brown – the flustered reporter, hearing the chant, then says on camera that the crowd must be very enthused for Brandon, as they’re all chanting ”Let’s go Brandon!” in his honor. Of course, they crowd is doing no such thing, and she and everyone else knows it.​"
​  ​This quirky, humorous greeting has become the name of 4 of the top 10 songs recently, which are rather crude, and typically "white-supremacist"​ rap style, though performed by African Americans, for some reason. 
  The casual "Let's Go Brandon" remark refers to a shared view of the pervasive lying of the corporate media, and simultaneously mocks it as a laughing stock. 
​This snide remark is intolerable to the professional-managerial-class, because it usurps their sarcastic tone of intellectual superiority. 
It's beside the point that they would commonly use no code words at all when talking about Chief MAGA Deplorable Trump last year. That was different!​
The premise of the author is that the "decisive battle" was won, but no lasting arrangement was made, so the redundant managerial class must eventually capitulate.

​Gone with Brandon​


  1. Here's a working link to the last article in today's blog:

    Keep up the great work, John. I really appreciate your continued efforts. _/|\_

    1. Thanks Bob, I updated it. Sorry the first link quite working.

  2. Lets Go Texas 5th Circuit!!! Oh ya, Bite Me Brandon!:)

    1. The "Beeb" has that story in a dry, bland sort of way...