Thursday, December 1, 2022

Diversified Censorship


  Why has Robert Malone MD attacked Peter Breggin MD and his wife Ginger Breggin, with a lawsuit for $25 million?
They seem to share common-cause in outing the dangers of the mRNA COVID-vaccines, with fairly minor differences.
  Dr. Malone does not sue those who call him a nut-case-tinfoil-hat-conspiracy-theorist for defamation, but sues Peter Breggin and his wife Ginger Breggin for "defamation" for their message that Malon's take on mass-formation-psychosis tends to let the elite owners, who pump it, off-the-hook.
Certainly, that can be settled better in a public debate... Such debate has been offered repeatedly.  Thanks Jay.
  I have to see this as both a form of censorship, which the Bregins cannot fight alone, as they lack the funds, and a divide-and-conquer technique.
  How has Dr. Malone been brought to this? 
Obviously, there are forms of coercion in our world, and those who are experts in their use.

The Path of Seeking and Speaking the Truth​  ​
On acquiring immunity to propaganda and ideology
John Leake meets with Aseem Malhotra  MD, and the Epoch Times reporter, Jan Jekielek​ after Dr.Malhotra gave a talk with Peter McCullough MD.
They make a pilgrimage to Dealy Plaza in Dallas, and stand in the spot where John Kennedy was assassinated 11/22/63.
President Kennedy had failed to be coerced, you see... LBJ was much more reasonable, as have been subsequent "presidents" of the imperial oligarchy.​

​  Pierre Kory MD reflects upon the life and works of faithful imperial functionary, Anthony Fauci MD, who is now "retiring"​,but recently gave a deposition, where he could not remember much.
​  ​In December 2020, Fauci marveled at the purported 90% efficacy rate of the Pfizer vaccine, heralding the development as "just extraordinary." As the pandemic wore on and "breakthrough cases" became the new norm, Fauci shifted to, "even if a vaccine fails to protect against infection, it often protects against serious disease." In May 2021, he referred to vaccinated people as "dead end to the virus." Today, as Fauci continues his push for more and more boosters unabated, even the New York Times is publishing stories carrying headlines such as, "Will Covid Boosters Prevent Another Wave? Scientists Aren’t So Sure." Vaccinated Americans accounted for a majority of COVID-19 deaths for the first time in August.  
​  ​Making matters worse was Fauci’s relentless disinformation campaign against the use of safe, effective re-purposed generic drugs in favor of high-priced, patented pharmaceutical products. Fauci dismissed critics as opponents of science, even at one point claiming to represent science itself. Yet when data have countered his preferred narrative, science has faced no greater foe than Dr. Anthony Fauci.  
​  ​For example, Fauci denigrated ivermectin, a readily available over the counter drug that has proven effective as a covid-19 treatment, despite his and the media’s constant citing of less than five of the 93 controlled trials in order to claim that ivermectin is ineffective. Ditto with Hydroxychloroquine, labeled as "dangerous" with "toxic" side effects, according to Fauci, who has provided no evidence to support his claims despite an even larger evidence base in support.

​Peter McCullough MD , People quickly get better on ivermectin in ​multiple ways. Ivermectin fights COVID through at least 4 mechanisms. Breathe easier.
Miraculous Recovery of Hypoxemic COVID-19 Patients with Ivermectin

​Spartacus looks at:  ​What's Really in the Shots?
​  ​This is complicated by there being no legal way to look at a bunch of the shots from different batches​, or to get answers to their contents. Some contain graphene, nifty self-assembling micro-circuits, which stop self-assembling when shielded from radio-frequency energy by a Faraday shield.​ Some contained something that magnets stuck to. Some have no mRNA at all in them, just empty little polyethylene glycol nano-bubbles with no Trojans inside. We know that a few batches caused the great majority of adverse events, but nobody is allowed to look at them and compare. 
The good news appears to be that some people got shot with blanks, but who?

  M. K. Bhadrakumar from Indian Punchline, Thanks for these, Eleni.
  Vladimir Putin sat down for 3 hours last Friday with mothers of living and dead Russian soldiers and took their unscripted questions. 
Putin admitted he had been wrong to not act sooner to stop the genocide in Donbass.
​  ​Wading through the 18,000-word transcript of an hours-long meeting that President Vladimir Putin took with the “soldiers’ mothers” last Friday in Moscow, one gets the impression that the fighting in Ukraine may continue well into 2023 — and even beyond.
​  ​In a most revealing remark, Putin acknowledged that Moscow blundered in 2014 by leaving Donbass an unfinished business — unlike Crimea — by allowing itself to be lured into the ceasefire brokered by Germany and France and the Minsk agreements.

​  ​The meet-up location of NATO foreign ministers on November 29-30— Bucharest — was where ten years ago, former US President George W. Bush persuaded America’s transatlantic partners that Ukraine and Georgia should one day join their military alliance. The foreign ministers duly “reaffirmed” that decision yesterday and left it at that.
​  ​However, their statement on the conflict in Ukraine emphatically stated that the NATO “will never recognise” Russia’s incorporation of four Ukrainian regions and underscored the alliance’s resolve to “continue and further step up political and practical support” to Kiev.
​  ​The NATO General-Secretary Jens Stoltenberg who is the mouthpiece of Washington, warned that despite Ukraine’s bravery and progress on the ground, Russia retains strong military capabilities and a large number of troops, and the alliance will continue to support Kiev for “as long as it takes … we will not back down.”
​  ​Such pronouncements betray the absence of any new thinking although developments on the ground are showing that Washington’s best-laid plans are floundering. And there are also growing signs of disunity on Ukraine issue among the US’ European allies and between the latter and the Biden Administration.
​  ​The neocons in the Biden team who are the driving force in the Beltway are still full of passionate intensity.​ 
(A mile wide and an inch deep?)

Biden says he’s prepared to speak with Putin about ending military activities in Ukraine
US President has no immediate plans to contact with Russian leader

​Pepe Escobar on the versatile new credit card...  Thanks FS.
​  ​The Eurasia Economic Union (EAEU) is speeding up its design of a common payment system, which has been closely discussed for nearly a year with the Chinese under the stewardship of Sergey Glazyev, the EAEU’s minister in charge of Integration and Macro-economy.
​  ​Through its regulatory body, the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), the EAEU has just extended a very serious proposal to the BRICS nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) which, crucially, are already on the way to turning into BRICS+: a sort of G20 of the Global South.
​  The system will include a single payment card – in direct competition with Visa and Mastercard – merging the already existing Russian MIR, China’s UnionPay, India’s RuPay, Brazil’s Elo, and others.
​  ​That will represent a direct challenge to the western-designed (and enforced) monetary system, head on. And it comes on the heels of BRICS members already transacting their bilateral trade in local currencies, and bypassing the US dollar.

​Also from FS, Our Currency, The World's Problem, parts 1 (background) and 2 (update)
  One important point about inflation, when one controls the global reserve currency, is illustrated by the Fed's massive creation of money in 2020, creating massive inflation in the world, which the raising of interest rates is largely EXPORTING to other countries. Inflation management by cutting domestic wages has nowhere to go. People can't live on what is paid, already. However, raising interest rates by the Fed "strengthens" the $US, so imports become cheaper. Notably, oil, which is still mostly priced in $US is much more expensive outside the US, in countries whose currencies have depreciated against the $US.
  This will be different when the $US is no longer the global reserve currency, won't it?

​Nonfinancial Investor  (took this picture of Lola barking at Jenny, son Steve, and granddaughter Tyler)


  1. The Breggins and Dr. Malone agree broadly on the medical issues and on the malicious actions of Big Pharma, CDC, FDA, AMA, WHO. etc. They differ in their speculations concerning the identity and motivations of the 'predators behind the curtain'. Based on these differences, the Breggins, who are staunch supporters of Donald Trump, were induced to launch an ad hominem attack on Dr. Malone. So far as I am aware, they have subsequently declined to retract or justify their statements. For the sake of balance, Dr. Malone's side of the story is available at:

    The predators behind the curtain are no doubt delighted by this unnecessary distraction ...

    1. That seems like a fair assessment. I have taken an hour or so to read Dr. Malone's legal filing and numerous of his blog posts last night. It seems like he is long-frustrated and demoralized at this point.
      It sure would be nice if the Breggins could negotiate and back off ascribing nefarious motives. If that would be enough, then everybody should just agree to stick to facts...