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2021-12-09 i

The Incidence of Cancer, Triggered by the Covid 19 “Vaccine”

Several months ago, we expressed at least “theoretical reservations” about vaccinating cancer patients or former patients who had been cured, because of the underlying mechanism of the gene injection on immunity.

Several geneticists had also expressed their concerns about the possible interference between active or dormant cancer cells and the activity of gene therapy on lymphocytes in particular.

Months have passed, and the vaccine madness has amplified, leading to the refusal of patients without a passport in hospitals (which, as is well known, are intended to receive only healthy people) and to the demand that patients be vaccinated  before receiving any treatment, including cancer patients.

We are in a world gone mad and yet these stories are multiplying, such as this young man of 22 years who had a chronic cough leading to an X-ray discovering a mediastinal mass. The two big Paris hospitals that received him refused to start the treatment (without it being explained in detail) if the patient refused the experimental injection, of absolutely unknown effects on the development of cancers.

The doctors’ justification? None: “that’s the way it is”, and we have accepted it!

Silence on the colleagues suspended for lack of obedience and even more on the objective reasons that made them prefer to lose their jobs, their remuneration, their houses, their families intolerant to these decisions as well, rather than submit to the presidential ukase to accept experimental drugs…

Would more than three hundred thousand caregivers (a figure that is probably highly underestimated given the number of hospitals and clinics currently forced to close beds and postpone interventions due to lack of personnel) be crazy, conspiratorial or delusional to the point of putting themselves in great personal, social, family, professional and psychological danger?

Have the doctors who claim that vaccination is safe taken the time to look at the statistics of the effects reported and accepted by the official agencies? Are the FDA, EMA, MHRA also “conspiratorial” when they release statistics as in the case of VAERS, which is entity of the CDC:

VAERS as of September 26, 2021

More than 726,000 Covid vaccine-related adverse events reported to VAERS as CDC and FDA overturn advisory committee recommendations on Pfizer’s third vaccine.

VAERS data released by the CDC included a total of 726,965 adverse event reports from all age groups following Covid vaccines, including 15,386 deaths and 99,410 serious complications between December 14, 2020, and September 17, 2021.[1]

Or Eudra Vigilance pharmacovigilance body of the European Medicines Agency

Or even the ANSM, our French agency, which shows more than 1200 deaths accepted as at least possibly related to these experimental injections.

All therapeutic trials for fifty years were stopped after a few deaths for investigation (53 deaths stopped the H1N1 vaccine). Here, thousands of deaths throughout the world and children are shamelessly attacked[2]. How can we continue to believe that this is a health policy?

Why this denial of the most solid sects on the part of theoretically educated doctors, capable of obtaining information directly from reliable sources and equipped with a brain?

Fear of the boss, of the director, who in a few months’ time will inevitably be called into question, since many countries are backtracking and even Germany wants to get out of vaccine terrorism, perhaps on the occasion of Mrs Merkel’s departure[3].

“The leading organizations of contracted physicians in Germany are demanding an immediate end to the “anti-corona” measures and an end to the “horror rhetoric and panic politics”. Obviously, French hospital doctors in Paris and elsewhere do not read German newspapers and are terrorized by the threats of their professional association, their minister, and become kapos[4] and terrorize their patients.

More and More Testimonies are Coming In 

Whatever their unacceptable reasons, testimonies are multiplying.

A young girl accompanies her friend to her mother’s funeral… such a mother, mother of a high school friend, 34 years old, in remission from breast cancer for two years, who is injected with the vaccine and collapses a few days later in a coma and dies after three days of hospitalization… Politically correct explanation: the cancer exploded and took her away. Close the chapter and the coffin.

What would Maigret have said? [Historic Police Investigator] 

But too many coincidences shock the police investigators in front of a corpse. Only doctors would not have the right to think about coincidences of time, for example: “temporality” is their key word…

Like the misleading slogan, “the numbers are always right”. Yes, if they are true and observed in the real world.

But how much confidence can we have in the rigged simulations that the government and the media feed us without ever specifying that they are only predictions or estimates? 5] But one can do what one wants with the figures, when one chooses them, or creates them to justify the chosen hypothesis, and the the results are totally blurred.

In any case, as far as “cancer and gene injection” is concerned, the vagueness unfortunately dissipates in front of the multitude of terrible stories.

From the colleague who sees multiple “balls” appearing under her armpits, which the check-ups in the hospital do not explain… Obviously no possible link with the vax. And yet the ganglions that appear some time after the injection are a frequent observation after these vax.

So clearly there seems to be three situations:

  • The appearance of a cancer rapidly after the injection (two weeks to a few months) and very progressive, in a person who was previously free of known carcinological pathologies.
  • The resumption of cancer in a patient who has been in complete remission for several months or years.
  • The rapid, even explosive, evolution of a cancer that is not yet controlled.

Beyond the testimonies that are pouring in from relatives and friends and on social networks, a Swiss newspaper has finally addressed the subject in a broader way.

Here are some excerpts from their article[6] and their references[7]:

“Can covid vaccines cause cancer?

In some cases, the answer seems to be yes. Certainly, there is no evidence that the covid vaccines themselves are carcinogenic. However, it has been shown that in up to 50% of vaccinees, covid vaccines can induce temporary immunosuppression or immune dysregulation (lymphocytopenia) that can last for about a week or possibly longer.

Furthermore, covid mRNA vaccines have been shown to “reprogram” (i.e., influence) adaptive and innate immune responses and, in particular, to downregulate the so-called TLR4 pathway, which is known to play an important role in the immune response to infections and cancer cells.”

Thus the authors conclude that it is quite possible that these immune changes could have unintended consequences on the condition of the recipient of the gene injection. A matter of common sense indeed!

“Thus, if there is already a tumor somewhere – known or unknown – or if there is a predisposition to a certain type of cancer, such a state of vaccine-induced immune suppression or immune dysregulation could potentially trigger sudden tumor growth and cancer within weeks of vaccination. It should be noted that lymphocytopenia was also frequently observed in cases of severe covid.

Post-vaccination reactivation of latent viral infections, including shingles virus, EBV (Epstein-Barr) and hepatitis virus, has also been observed.

“Vaccine-induced temporary immunosuppression is also a factor that may contribute to the post-vaccination spike in coronavirus infections seen in many countries.”

Frequency of Vaccine Related Adverse Event in Cancer 

There are already a few thousand observations in official adverse event reporting and online patient groups. There are certainly true coincidences or diagnostic delays due to delayed diagnosis related to containment. But we should not dismiss the huge problems that these real people affected in their daily lives and even more the responsibility that cancer doctors take by imposing the injection before any treatment or protocol continuation. Their main argument: “we did it right, without discussion” does not seem worthy of a once thoughtful profession.

In August 2021, Dr. Ryan Cole,[8] an American pathologist for many years, described a significant increase in certain types of cancer (e.g. endometrial cancer, uterine cancer) since the beginning of the covid mass vaccination campaign. More recently, German pathologists have also noted the problem of post-vaccination immune dysregulation and sudden tumor growth in some patients.

On the French networks, several testimonies coincide with the reappearance of vaginal hemorrhages in women over 85 years of age leading to the diagnosis of endometrial cancer and rapid death… The spike protein produced by the body following the injection is particularly attracted to the genitals, and this would be a new demonstration of this.

So until we know more, let’s be careful, both doctors and caregivers, and not play the sorcerer’s apprentice!

Caution is required with all experimental treatments and even more so when they are the result of a technique never used before in infectious pathology. First, do no harm must guide the decisions of any physician faithful to his Hippocratic oath.

 Dr. Nicole Delépine: Pediatrician, oncologist, former head of the pediatric oncology department at the R Poincaré Garches Hospital APHP France

Website and for the defense of children with cancer

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If the clot shots are "safe and effective" what's the problem?

The immediate problem is indemnification. Pfizer has been hesitant to go into some of the countries because of the liability problems, they don’t have a liability shield. So we work with the countries to try to do that. But I think also some of the other vaccine manufacturers may be able to go into countries because they’re operating through subsidiaries. This is all something that we’re exploring, and our goal, my goal, is to have vaccines available throughout the developing world based on what their countries decide. We’ve got financing available but the countries need to choose systems and then begin buying or receiving the vaccines.

— World Bank President David Malpass


"Pfizer has been hesitant to go into some of the countries because of the liability problems, they don’t have a liability shield" – World Bank President David Malpass

— Belvoir (@BelvoirPLC) December 3, 2021

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Why I prefer to rely on natural immunity

It’s not as cold and inhospitable in the land of conspiracy theories as it used to be

‘Did you hear it?’ said a friend of mine, red-faced with the flush of a piece of news she couldn’t wait to offload, as she rushed into a church hall where we were attending an event.

She was bursting with excitement because a mutual acquaintance had just been on a radio phone-in show banging the drum for the vaccine. I confessed I had not heard it, because I had no idea she was planning to go on. But it didn’t surprise me because this lady has had a go at me for being ‘one of those anti-vaxxers’ because I won’t have the jab — mainly because I’ve recovered from Covid.

She apparently made quite an impression on the radio. She took the programme by storm, asserting that everyone should have the vaccine because her husband nearly died of Covid despite being previously healthy.

‘What a cheek!’ was my instinctive comment, because that was not what my friend told me at the time. She rang me back then and told me the doctors had warned her that her husband’s kidneys were in bad shape which was why he was struggling to clear the virus.

When they discharged him they told him to change his lifestyle. She told me repeatedly in the months following his release from hospital that he was a new man because the whole experience had been a wake-up call.

But a year later, she’s on a radio phone-in publicly condemning those who don’t want the vaccine on the basis that if her husband can get it and nearly die, then anyone can.

I conclude that there is a lot of misinformation on both sides of this debate. It’s not just the so-called tin foil hat brigade who are churning out myths and hysteria — some of which seem to turn out to be true months later, for some strange reason I’m sure will be explained to us in the end.

For their part, my pro-vaxxer friends are saying just about anything to get the unvaccinated vaccinated so we can have Christmas parties and go on holiday, which of course would be nice. I do get that.

But can they make the leap that the unvaccinated don’t want to be vaccinated even if it is to facilitate leisure travel and evenings out? That is an inconvenience we’re happy to put up with. The long, dark evenings just fly by when you’re polishing your tin hat by the fire while googling the latest conspiracy theories, believe me. There’s never a dull moment when you’ve a YouTube virology lecture to watch.

Also, millions of us don’t fancy the jab for a host of different reasons. We are not all the same. I want to rely on my own natural antibodies having caught Covid and recovered from it during the notorious Delta period, albeit with my sense of smell and taste not quite what they were.

The only thing we tin foil hatters have in common is that we are resisting peer pressure. I’d like to know what evidence there is to show that the vaccine would make me less of a risk to others, especially when an Israeli study shows natural immunity is far stronger and longer lasting than vaccine immunity.

I sometimes get the feeling my vaccinated friends just want me to tick the box so they can get on a plane.

The builder boyfriend insists there is a sea change happening on this front, however. Several of his wealthy customers have told him they don’t care if they never see their villa again.

They have gone from stating, at around the time of the second jab, that everyone must be vaccinated, to stating, from around the time of the third jab, that they will not countenance any more being put into them or their children. Two of the BB’s richest customers have put their villas on the market.

‘I’ve had two jabs but I’m not having any more,’ a female friend in her early sixties tells me. And she is someone who gets on a plane every few months to go somewhere sunny. She seems suddenly not to care that her vaccine papers will soon expire, and that without a third jab, and a fourth or fifth one next year, she won’t be able to take a mini-break.

Are the ranks of the unvaccinated about to swell in numbers? I’m not recommending either strategy to anyone. I support the right of the individual to make their own decision.

All I can say is that it’s not as cold and inhospitable in the land of conspiracy theories as it used to be, back when the only people prepared to say they had not been jabbed were those with skins so thick they didn’t mind being condemned as moronic — which, completely incidentally, is an anagram of Omicron.

It’s not as cold and inhospitable in the land of conspiracy theories as it used to be. (read more)

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500 [mostly melanin minority] school staff fired for declining Covid jab

Nearly 500 public school employees in Los Angeles were fired after refusing to comply with a Covid-19 vaccine mandate, with the city making terminations permanent after previously suspending a number of workers.

The board of the LA Unified School District voted 7-0 to cancel 496 employee contracts on Tuesday, according to the Associated Press, after they missed a deadline to become fully immunized by November 15. Those who declined to take their first dose in mid-October had previously been placed on leave.

“Parting ways with individuals who choose not to be vaccinated is an extremely difficult, but necessary decision to ensure the safety of all in our school communities,” interim district Superintendent Megan Reilly said after the vote. “We wish everyone the best in their future endeavors and encourage everyone to get vaccinated.”

Though most of the fired employees were non-credentialed staff, some served in critical roles, including custodians, cafeteria workers and teacher’s aides, among other positions.

In contrast to many districts around the country, LA’s has established its own Covid-19 vaccine mandate for staff and students alike, getting ahead of a statewide requirement that will only come into effect once federal agencies hammer out approvals for all age groups. Currently, Los Angeles is urging students to meet a January 10 deadline for the second semester of class, a date many are unlikely to meet, as some 34,000 students in LA remain partially or completely unvaccinated.

However, as of Wednesday, the district said that a large majority of its 600,000 or so students had received their shots as required, or about 85% in total so far.

While noncompliant LA school employees are already getting their pink slips, students who decline vaccination and who receive no official exemption will be required to either enter an “independent study” program, or leave the school district altogether, potentially setting up a massive exodus of students from campus due to the mandate. (read more)

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Obsessing Over ‘The Health Of The Nation’ Conjures Some Very Dark Places
Hatred of vaccine dissidents expresses itself first in marginalization and demonization. Then it advances to punishment. The larger end game appears to have little to do with public health.

Twentieth-century authoritarian regimes were obsessed with cleansing the “unfit” from the national body. A revival of that toxic urge seeps toward us like gas under a threshold. The leakage is global. Nevertheless,
recent news out of Germany provides a unique lesson in the tenacity of a malignant ideology.

In mid-November, Germany’s Euthanasia Society declared COVID vaccination a requirement for physician-assisted suicide. Citing public health concerns, the nation that identified “life-unworthy-of-life” (Lebensunwertes Leben) redesigned the concept to include a newly despised caste. Unvaccinated sufferers wanting to die are no longer eligible for assisted suicide. They can be left to their torments, condemned to the anguish of living as a lesson to everyone else. In effect, they have been deemed “life-unworthy-of-death.”

History gives a glimpse into the mutation of cultural pathogens. In the early 1930s Germany embraced the notion of racial hygiene. An offshoot of Social Darwinism, racial hygiene advanced previous emphasis on social hygiene with its stress on public health.

That earlier social hygiene movement, begun in the 19th century, reached a peak in the Weimar years. It laid the foundation for German eugenics and became a prerequisite for the well-being of the German people. Under National Socialism, the health and welfare of an individual was subordinated to the health of the nation.

A variant of that moral infection returns under its old cover of public health. Here is the November 19 press release from Germany’s Euthanasia Society (Verein Sterbehilfe). Google translates:

Euthanasia and the preparatory examination of the voluntary responsibility of our members willing to die require human closeness. Human closeness, however, is a prerequisite and breeding ground for corona virus transmission. . . . In the difficult task of balancing the protection of our members, employees and doctors with the practical organization of our everyday life in the association, Dr. Martin Goßmann, the head of our medical team, is on hand to advise. More details can be found in our Code of Ethics.

The Code presents assisted suicide (Suizidassistenz) as an extension of palliative care. It “expands the patient’s options for action.” The unvaccinated are now excluded from that option.

The press release uses the term menschliche Nähe. Many media reports, using Google Translate, interpret it as “human closeness.” However, an ample German dictionary suggests “human contact.” In this instance, contact is more suitable than closeness. To English speakers, the word closeness carries implication of emotional connection. But that does not apply here. Germany’s euthanasia enthusiasts stake their claim strictly on spatial distance, not personal intimacy.

A more sensitive definition of nähe—nearby, at close range, within reach—better illustrates the lunacy at work here. Vaccination itself requires close contact between the jabber and the jabbee. The two must be physically adjacent, within touching distance. Likewise, the two common methods of assisted suicide—infusion or injection—require the same proximity. In the main, distinction between means of vaccination and assisted suicide is a distinction without a difference.

Moreover, there exits a no-hands alternative to supervised suicide that completely dispenses with “human contact.” Oral anesthetic combined with barbiturates or a sedative (typically phenobarbital) can be taken by individuals themselves. The attending angel can oversee from a distance to ensure that the patient falls into a deep sleep prior to succumbing to cardiac arrest from the barbiturate.

If the euthanizer has already been vaccinated and boosted, why not add a hazmat suit for surefire protection? Answer: protection is beside the point. Risk of contagion is a smokescreen for something more lethal than COVID.

Call it malice. Hatred of vaccine dissidents—even ones in pain or despair—expresses itself first in marginalization and demonization. Then it advances to punishment of the non-compliant. We are in the early stages of coercive retribution. But the Society’s vindictive decision hints at a larger end game that has little to do with public health.

Some media greeted the Society’s mandate as an absurdity. But no. It is much more than that. What appears absurd has purpose behind it.

Germany is the seedbed of Klaus Schwab’s megalomania and the aligned ambitions of globalist elites. They view nonconformity to vaccination diktats as insubordination, a threat to the utopian bottom line. Resistance to the reigning narrative is denounced as irrational. In the mind of our betters, it suggests mental illness, and poses a danger to the common good. Science denial is an error that has no rights.

The death penalty has been illegal in Germany for decades. Were it not for the ban, a few pellets of Zyklon B could be dropped into the would-be suicide’s oxygen tank. Again, no contact needed. But that would recall—among other things—the murder of psychiatric patients in Germany and its occupied territories.

In 1939, Adolf Hitler ordered the “mercy death” of mentally ill and handicapped patients. He authorized certain physicians, appointed by name, to assess incurables to be granted the kindness of death. By 1945, after some 70,000 “compassionate” killings, it was public knowledge that “psychiatry had renounced the care of the individual in favor of Medizin für das Ganze (Health for the Nation as a Whole), the stated goal of the Third Reich.”

Canada’s New Brunswick province has given food stores the right to ban the unvaccinated. Austria is proposing fines or imprisonment. True, Western democracies are not killing vaccine refuseniks. It is enough, so far, to tighten the screws gradually.

But there is a stench in the air. (read more)

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“It hurt to know that he got a shot without my permission, without me even knowing or signing any papers for him to get the shot,” Duarte said.

Furious Mother Alleges Barack Obama Academy Bribed Her Son to Get COVID Shot Without Her Consent

A California student was given the coronavirus vaccine without parental permission even though he was only 13, according to the student’s mother.

A woman identified as Maribel Duarte has a son who is a student at the Barack Obama Global Prep Academy, a public school in south Los Angeles, according to KNBC-TV.

The boy recently came home with his vaccination card, having agreed to be vaccinated when the offer of pizza in exchange for the shot was laid before him, the station reported.

Duarte said the school knew it was doing something wrong.

“The lady that gave him the shot and signed the paper was the one that told my son, ‘Please do not say anything. I don’t want to get in trouble,’” Duarte told KNBC. (read more)

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Bombshell Document Dump on Pfizer Vaccine Data

Have you seen the document dump on the Pfizer vaccine data? It’s a bombshell. No wonder the FDA fought to keep it hidden for 55 years.

Here is the quick takeaway:

By February of 2021, Pfizer had already received more than 1,200 reports of death allegedly caused by the vaccine and tens of thousands of reported adverse events, including 23 cases of spontaneous abortions out of 270 pregnancies and more than 2,000 reports of cardiac disorders. 

Bear in mind, this is Pfizer’s own data.


This report provides the data on deaths and adverse events recorded by Pfizer from the outset of the vaccine project in December 2020 to the end of February 2021, namely a very short period (at most two and a half months).

The Pfizer BioNTech vaccine was launched in the US on the 14th of December after the granting of Emergency Use Authorization on December 11, 2020. 

What is contained in this report is detailed evidence on the impacts of the “vaccine”, which can be used to confront Big Pharma, as well as the media and the governments. Bear in mind: data which is reported and recorded. 

This is a de facto Mea Culpa on the part of Pfizer.

We invite the “Covid-19 Fact Checkers” to peruse this Pfizer report.

(read more)

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Tonight, the Senate voted to overturn President Biden's vaccine mandate for private businesses.

This bipartisan vote is a crystal clear message to the @WhiteHouse: Back off, and stop this crazy federal overreach immediately.

— Senator Mike Braun (@SenatorBraun) December 9, 2021

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The Turn

When I saw the left give up everything I believe in, I changed politically. You can, too.

For many years—most of my politically cognizant life, in fact—I felt secure in my politics. Truth and justice, I believed, leaned leftward. If you were some version of a decent human being, you cared about those less fortunate than you, which meant that you supported a whole host of measures designed to even the playing field a little. Sometimes, these measures had unintended consequences (see under: Stalin, Josef), but that wasn’t reason enough to despair of the long march to equality. Besides, there was hardly an alternative: On the other end of the political transom lurked despicable creeps, right-wing orcs who either cared for nothing but their own petty financial interests or, worse, pined for benighted isms that preached prejudice and hate. We were on the right side of history. We were the people. We were the ones giving peace a chance. And, no matter the present, we were always the future.

This belief carried me through high school, and a brief stint in a socialist youth movement. It accelerated me in college, sending me anywhere from joint marches with Palestinians to a two-week hunger strike in Jerusalem trying (and failing) to lower tuition for underprivileged students. It pulled me to New York, to Columbia University, to more left-wing politics and activism and raging against Republicans whose agenda, especially in the 2000s, seemed like nothing more than greed and war.

And it wasn’t just an ideology, some abstract set of convictions that were accessible only through cracking open dusty old books. It was the animating spirit of life itself: The dinner parties I attended on the Upper West Side required dismissive comments on President Bush just as much as they did a bit of wine to make the evening bright, and there was no faster or surer way to signal to a new acquaintance that you were a kindred spirit than praising the latest Times editorial. It wasn’t performative, exactly. At least, it felt real enough, the reverent rites of a good group of people protecting itself against the bad guys.

I embraced my people, and my people embraced me. They gave me everything I had always imagined I wanted: a Ph.D. from an Ivy League university; a professorship at NYU, complete with a roomy office overlooking Washington Square Park; book deals; columns in smart little publications; invitations to the sort of soirees where you could find yourself seated next to Salman Rushdie or Susan Sontag or any number of the men and women you grew up reading and admiring. The list goes on. Life was good. I was grateful.

And then came The Turn. If you’ve lived through it yourself, you know that The Turn doesn’t happen overnight, that it isn’t easily distilled into one dramatic breakdown moment, that it happens hazily and over time—first a twitch, then a few more, stretching into a gnawing discomfort and then, eventually, a sense of panic.

You may be among the increasing numbers of people going through The Turn right now. Having lived through the turmoil of the last half decade—through the years of MAGA and antifa and rampant identity politics and, most dramatically, the global turmoil caused by COVID-19—more and more of us feel absolutely and irreparably politically homeless. Instinctively, we looked to the Democratic Party, the only home we and our parents and their parents before them had ever known or seriously considered. But what we saw there—and in the newspapers we used to read, and in the schools whose admission letters once made us so proud—was terrifying. However we tried to explain what was happening on “the left,” it was hard to convince ourselves that it was right, or that it was something we still truly believed in. That is what The Turn is about.

You might be living through The Turn if you ever found yourself feeling like free speech should stay free even if it offended some group or individual but now can’t admit it at dinner with friends because you are afraid of being thought a bigot. You are living through The Turn if you have questions about public health policies—including the effects of lockdowns and school closures on the poor and most vulnerable in our society—but can’t ask them out loud because you know you’ll be labeled an anti-vaxxer. You are living through The Turn if you think that burning down towns and looting stores isn’t the best way to promote social justice, but feel you can’t say so because you know you’ll be called a white supremacist. You are living through The Turn if you seethed watching a terrorist organization attack the world’s only Jewish state, but seethed silently because your colleagues were all on Twitter and Facebook sharing celebrity memes about ending Israeli apartheid while having little interest in American kids dying on the streets because of failed policies. If you’ve felt yourself unable to speak your mind, if you have a queasy feeling that your friends might disown you if you shared your most intimately held concerns, if you are feeling a bit breathless and a bit hopeless and entirely unsure what on earth is going on, I am sorry to inform you that The Turn is upon you.

The Turn hit me just a beat before it did you, so I know just how awful it feels. It’s been years now, but I still remember the time a dear friend and mentor took me to lunch and warned me, sternly and without any of the warmth you’d extend to someone you truly loved, to watch what I said about Israel. I still remember how confusing and painful it felt to know that my beliefs—beliefs, mind you, that, until very recently, were so obvious and banal and widely held on the left that they were hardly considered beliefs at all—now labeled me an outcast. The Turn brings with it the sort of pain most of us don’t feel as adults; you’d have to go all the way back to junior high, maybe, to recall a stabbing sensation quite as deep and confounding as watching your friends all turn on you and decide that you’re not worthy of their affection any more. It’s the kind of primal rejection that is devastating precisely because it forces you to rethink everything, not only your convictions about the world but also your idea of yourself, your values, and your priorities. We all want to be embraced. We all want the men and women we consider most swell to approve of us and confirm that we, too, are good and great. We all want the love and the laurels; The Turn takes both away.

But, having been there before, I have one important thing to tell you: If the left is going to make it “right wing” to simply be decent, then it’s OK to be right.

Why? Because, after 225 long and fruitful years of this terminology, “right” and “left” are now empty categories, meaning little more than “the blue team” and “the green team” in your summer camp’s color war. You don’t get to be “against the rich” if the richest people in the country fund your party in order to preserve their government-sponsored monopolies. You are not “a supporter of free speech” if you oppose free speech for people who disagree with you. You are not “for the people” if you pit most of them against each other based on the color of their skin, or force them out of their jobs because of personal choices related to their bodies. You are not “serious about economic inequality” when you happily order from Amazon without caring much for the devastating impact your purchases have on the small businesses that increasingly are either subjugated by Jeff Bezos’ behemoth or crushed by it altogether. You are not “for science” if you refuse to consider hypotheses that don’t conform to your political convictions and then try to ban critical thought and inquiry from the internet. You are not an “anti-racist” if you label—and sort!—people by race. You are not “against conformism” when you scare people out of voicing dissenting opinions.

When “the left” becomes the party of wealthy elites and state security agencies who preach racial division, state censorship, contempt for ordinary citizens and for the U.S. Constitution, and telling people what to do and think at every turn, then that’s the side you are on, if you are “on the left”—those are the policies and beliefs you stand for and have to defend. It doesn’t matter what good people “on the left” believed and did 60 or 70 years ago. Those people are dead now, mostly. They don’t define “the left” anymore than Abraham Lincoln defines the modern-day Republican Party or Jimi Hendrix defines Nickelback.

So look at the list of things supported by the left and ask yourself: Is that me? If the answer is yes, great. You’ve found a home. If the answer is no, don’t let yourself be defined by an empty word. Get out. And once you’re out, don’t let anyone else define you, either. Not being a left-wing racist or police state fan doesn’t make you a white supremacist or a Trump worshipper, either. Only small children, machines, and religious fanatics think in binaries.

Which isn’t to diminish the anger, hurt, and confusion you’re feeling just now. But it’s worth understanding that your story has a happy ending. The freedom you feel on the other side is so real it’s physical, like emerging from a long stretch underwater and taking that first deep breath in the cool afternoon air. None of it makes the lost friends or the lost career opportunities any less painful; but there’s no more potent source of renewable energy than liberty, and your capacity to reinvent—yourself, your group, your life—is greater than you realize.

So welcome to the right side, friend, and join us in laughing at all the idiotic name-calling that is applied, with increasing hysteria, to try and stop more and more normal Americans from joining our ranks. Fascists? Conspiracy theorists? Anti-science racist TERFs? Whatever. We have a better word to describe ourselves: free. (read more)

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(In this instance, the clot shot was beneficial.)

Vaccinated Washington Post editor dies of heart failure

A very influential American vaccine proponent has died after suffering from "sudden cardiac arrest".

Washington Post editor Fred Hiatt suffered “sudden cardiac arrest on November 24” and did not regain consciousness. Hiatt was a recipient of the jab after his employer imposed a vaccine mandate in July to “help safeguard the health and safety” of the newspaper’s staff.

The dramatic upswing in heart failure has been linked to vaccination.

Hiatt was directly involved in spreading false news, including the Russiagate hoax and lies to justify the attack on Syria. He published “at least” 27 editorials pushing for war in the six months preceding the invasion of Iraq, according to PBS’s Bill Moyers.

Lately, Hiatt had excelled in publishing editorials advocating forced vaccines, Big Tech censorship, hate speech laws, mass immigration, gun control, transgenderism and Critical Race Theory (CRT).

He had also relentlessly attacked Florida governor Ron De Santis for not imposing vaccine mandates, accusing him of “jaw-dropping cynicism”.(read more)

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Woman Stabs Her Infant Daughter to Death to “Fulfill the Last of Her Sins”

People can say “oh well, crazy people have always done crazy things.”

But we all know it was never at this rate.

Of course, no one is keeping track of the statistics on these types of events. But we all know that this virus hoax is pushing people over the edge. We all see the people in our own lives on edge. Probably none of them killed a baby yet – but eventually, someone you know will probably kill a baby.

That is where we’re headed as the government continues to drive people insane on purpose with this apocalyptic Simon Says game that is the coronavirus hoax.

New York Post:

A New Jersey mom who admitted to killing her 5-month old daughter told police she did it in order to “fulfill the last of her sins, murder,” according to court documents.

Kristhie Alcazar, 26, made her first court appearance on Monday after she was charged with murder for stabbing her baby to death at a home in Penns Grove on Friday night. She faces a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted.

A remorseless Alcazar reportedly told police “she would not change any of the events surrounding the murder,” according to an affidavit, obtained by ABC 6.

She also said she was of “sound mind and body” at the time.

According to the Salem County Prosecutor’s Office, police responded to a call with loud disturbances in the background Friday night.

When police arrived they found Alcazar arguing with another person as well as the body of the dead baby.

The infant had visible stab wounds to her chest, officials said. Multiple knives and evidence were recovered from the scene. The baby’s father was not home at the time of the homicide.

The infant’s cause of death was determined to be a homicide as a result of multiple stab wounds to the chest area.

She is due back in court again on Thursday.

A memorial has grown out front of the apartment building, ABC 6 reported.

“It’s a tragedy,” neighbor Wandy Burgos told the outlet. “She was a nice, nice lady.”

Yeah, I believe she was a nice lady.

Then all of a sudden she snapped and decided to stab her baby to death.

Single mother, of course – something which is also the fault of our Hebrew occupation government.

The masks, the vax, the endless vax regime, the lockdowns, the unbelievable fear of a fake virus and a brutal government, the fact of no conceivable finality to this endless void of progressively mutating nonsense and gibberish – all of this has collapsed the fabric of the social order. The media won’t print “this bitch killed her infant because all of this virus mania drove her insane.” (read more)

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[Lesbian] Justice Sotomayor ‘paraded her scientific ignorance’ in questioning during oral arguments on Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health

Sonia Sotomayor, [lesbian] Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, raised eyebrows and cast doubt on her fitness for her elevated office during oral arguments over the pending Mississippi abortion case, Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health.

Constitutional scholars were taken aback by her injection of politics:

“Will this institution survive the stench that this creates in the public perception – that the Constitution and its reading are just political acts?” Sotomayor asked. “I don’t see how it is possible.”

And her casual rejection of the Constitution as the arbiter of Supreme Court decision-making:

Justice Sonia Sotomayor even said at one point that the Supreme Court comes up with decisions all the time that aren’t directly grounded in the Constitution. This is a line of argument that, if taken seriously, would justify the Supreme Court swinging free of all restraint and rewriting the nation’s laws on the fly.

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“The pandemic will last as long as you comply.”

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no direct test for variants

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Is it in the end all just words?

Thoughts on how we get out of this.

We must break out of the awful hygiene prison our societies have become. The problem, is how. I can’t figure out a way through the towering concrete grey uninteresting stupidity of the bureaucrats. I can’t see how to change their direction or fix their vileness. And I will tell you another thing: While I am astounded by and immensely grateful for the response I have had here, by the many readers I have gained, by your interest in my ideas, and even by the volume of people who regard my views with hostility—in my own head, I have a very small hammer, and I am assaulting a massive stone fortress. I know a lot of other people are doing the same thing, but it can be hard to see them sometimes.

This is a post on how we might get out of this, and the first point is simple: However dark things look right now, we will get out of this. That is non-negotiable. You should never do their work for them by despairing of an end. It is supposed to seem hopeless. They manage the seeming of things, much more than the reality of them, and they work very hard to portray all resistance as futile. Probably more messaging resources go into casting the containment regime as invulnerable and undeterred, than anything else. This is important to them precisely because they’re not invulnerable.

A major aspect of this invulnerability propaganda, helped by containment itself, amounts to an enforced system of preference falsification. They want to compel or strongly encourage people to misrepresent their own desires and opinions all of the time. Masks are an excellent tactic here. Not only do they represent an effort to make the virus visible and omnipresent; they are also easily interpreted as a sign of belief in containment policies. If the medically indefensible and ridiculous community masking went away, we would be halfway to achieving our goals already. Social isolation and saturation press coverage are other important mechanisms for obscuring the true nature of public opinion and making you feel alone in your beliefs. Former Soviet-bloc countries also demanded that their citizens falsify their preferences, and we know from their experience that the project is a costly one, and the equilibrium it achieves is highly unstable and liable to unexpected shifts or even sudden collapse.

Dissent, therefore—even of the kind I engage in here—has a purpose. It is not just words, and it is not mere preaching to the choir. We have to sow doubt among true believers and ridicule the official line at every opportunity, but we also have to create a broader cultural space that is more interesting and more dynamic and more explanatory than their flat, boring world of interconnected largely false doctrines preserved in amber. Here the advantage lies wholly with us: The pervasive propaganda means many true believers on our side are intimidated into silence, while many false cynical followers on their side must always be goaded into miming sincerity. We want their true believers to be intellectually isolated, left on an island of absurd beliefs all by themselves. The more they seem out-of-touch, bizarre, and uncool, the more we are succeeding in this project. Here we have had substantial success already: Have a look at containment Twitter and see for yourself. It is nothing but a collection of the most unappealing, ridiculous, embarrassing people you could ever imagine. You would never want to be seen in public with any of them. They are a mess. We must have more of this.

Many object that our arguments are simply ignored or papered over by regime propaganda, and that nothing we say here gets anywhere. It is also common to hear about the futility of protests, and I have been known on occasion to express pessimism about the possibilities of legal challenges. This is the wrong view to take. They have to win every day, and we only have to win a few times. This is the great asymmetry at the heart of all dissident movements, it is why we seem small and powerless and yet they act with such inordinate rage and fear against the points we make.

Once they acknowledge more than handful of our arguments, once high courts uphold more than a few challenges, once a protest somewhere causes a country to back down on vaccine mandates, it is over for them. But it is a long way from here to there, and we can’t expect to get there immediately. Right now, we hope above all to increase the costs of containment and universal vaccination policies as much as possible. We want governments to pour more efforts into dumb fact checking, into awkward propaganda, and into enforcement. All of this has to be as expensive as we can make it. Most of our governments have already fully committed their resources. Effort spent on propping up lies is effort that the regime cannot spend on something more lucrative and interesting to them.

So that is what we can do. But the truth is that there are natural forces working also on our side, every minute. We aren’t alone in this, all of nature is bent against them.

To begin with, what is happening now is a self-imposed crisis. It a moment of transitional hysteria. I don’t know what things will look like on the other side, but periodic unannounced seasonal closures and forced mass vaccinations have never been part of the natural order of human society anywhere. This will end. This winter, it has been harder for the press to work up the hysteria they achieved last winter, and last winter they had to work harder to drive the hysteria than they did during the first infections of March and April. Next year, if they want to do this again, it will get harder for them still. One of the reasons the press love variants so much, is that they’re desperate for novelty. Corona more and more threatens to become uninteresting.

Here we encounter a simple truth of human psychology, that high levels of religious or ideological fervour cannot be maintained. These things wax and wane. The more intensely the initial mania is felt, the more likely it is to burn out before too long. The bureaucrats have been seized by the allures of containment ideology, and this has caused them to behave in very extreme ways. Sooner or later, however, their excitement will peak and begin to decline. They won’t abandon their beliefs, but after a time these beliefs will cease to be the most important thing to them. Corona will begin to compete with other priorities. Here Wokeness is an important comparison. A lot of Anglosphere faculty had long since signed on to the tenets of antiracism, before Wokeness ever took off as a cultural phenomenon. They balanced their concerns for equity with other matters, until Floyd’s  [fentanyl overdose] death and cynical press agitation set off a parareligious revival. They entered a period of intense manic excitement, and they are now coming down from that. The same thing will happen with containment. Already interest in lockdowns has steeply declined, compared to Spring or even Fall 2020. The same thing will happen to the vaccines, I promise. We just have to hold on.

Remember always that it is an enormous help to us, that none of this nonsense actually works. It is a complete joke, everything that they do. This makes containment, especially at the political level, a very awkward constellation of policies. As I’ve said before, containment hardliners can win temporary support for harsh closures, but these alienate reasonable people and they also fail to do anything about infections, at which point hardline politicians find themselves in a self-isolating political death spiral. The CDU, Angela Merkel’s centre-right pro-containment party, was badly hurt precisely by this dynamic, and the new coalition government has moved very slowly indeed to take up the same disastrous policies, because they know where they lead.

A final reason to hope that this will end soon, is more powerful but also less positive. For reasons I don’t fully understand, the bureaucracies which rule us have grown vastly more volatile and erratic over the past decade. This is probably down to informal changes that occurred after populist backlashes like Trump’s election and Brexit. These encouraged tighter alliances among different bureaucratic factions in the press, the government and academia. Before 2010, these different sectors functioned like semi-detached silos, and it was genuinely difficult for a single mania to sweep the whole system at once. I remember an exasperated university administrator in 2009, rolling her eyes at attempts by the WHO to foment panic over the Swine flu. Imagine a conversation like that unfolding in our world, where all the public health recommendations are absolute gospel at every institution of higher learning.

This tendency towards erratic, unstable policy choices has an obvious downside, and we are living through it. But it also means that they are at any moment likely to be seized by a new mania, and abandon the pandemic hell they have created to its own devices. Containment fanaticism has done a good job of seeding all manner of incipient crises, any one of which might set off a new bureaucratic stampede. If you doubt this possibility, consider America, where mass containment never really recovered from the BLM protests in summer 2020. The United States is far from over this mess, but there is even political space there for some states, like Florida and Texas, to opt out of the circus entirely. This is unthinkable for continental Europe right now.

Here at the bottom of this overlong piece, two concluding points:

1) Look at what gets banned and censored. This is what they are especially sensitive about, it is where they feel the most vulnerable. Vaccine side effects are the locus of their greatest anxiety; it is here also that they blatantly withhold data and even lie the most. Note the great contrast with lockdowns and masks, which hardly anybody has ever been banned for criticising. This is a place to push, even though I’m not totally sure how right now.

2) Some words for those who [correctly] insist that containment policies are centrally planned and directed by a global cabal: Not only [do I want to believe] this [is] wrong, but it risks blinding you to the broader, very human processes at work here, to their failures, and to the openings these failures provide. In my experience, these views also discourage among their adherents rigorous engagement with the facts of the virus (which almost always work in our favour), and in extreme forms they can be a thin disguise for resignation to the reigning political order, which is why I write against them now and then. But I also think that argument and dispute is generative more often than not, so I’m happy to disagree even harshly. I want above all to avoid a uniformity of discussion, of the kind they’ve created. (read more)

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(The spike protein mRNA gene therapy clot shots were made BEFORE the pandemic of lies was started. The clot shots were developed to kill or sicked, not cure.)

The god that failed

How to open the eyes of anyone who still thinks Covid vaccines are working as promised

Let’s say you wind up talking about the vaccine. (I know, what are the odds?)

And let’s say the folks you’re talking to are not crazy vaccine fanatics who think the only problem with Australia’s interment camps is that they don’t go far enough. They’re reasonable people. Maybe they’ve even been vaccinated and are not sure about boosters, or what to do about their kids.

They’ve heard nearly all Covid deaths in Britain are in vaccinated people. But they’ve also heard about the Centers for Disease Control report that the unvaccinated are at much higher risk. They’ve heard about the new variant too, of course.

So many [fake and manipulated] numbers. So much science! And despite the last 20 months, they still believe the public health authorities wouldn’t exaggerate the threat of Covid or manipulate data to scare them.

They are legitimately confused. And you have about five minutes before halftime is over to help them understand the truth.

What do you do?

First, don’t talk about all-cause mortality. We don’t know yet what’s driving that (though I have some upsetting charts to drop soon), and it’s just too weird and scary for most people to consider.

Second, don’t overwhelm them with detail. Marek’s disease, antibody-dependent-enhancement risk, healthy vaccine user bias, age stratification, clinical trial design manipulation, unadjusted confounders, declining titers, B-cell maturation, booster schedules, anti-idiotype antibodies, spike protein migration, vaccine induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia - don’t go there.

Even trying to explain that the CDC changed the definition of a vaccine - and yes, the CDC sure did change the definition of a vaccine - may be tough.

Now the United States and especially Europe have vaccinated vast numbers of their citizens with mRNA and DNA vaccines that appeared hugely effective in [sham] clinical trials. In many European countries, over 90 percent of all adults are vaccinated.

Yet not only has Covid not disappeared, many of those same countries, like Denmark, are now seeing record levels of infections.

If the vaccines work, what’s going on?

And if they don’t, why on earth would anyone not at very high risk from Covid agree to participate in further rounds of this failed experiment? Much less allow their kids to be vaccinated?

One question. One that leads to a hundred more. (read more)

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Let him think he is safe there.

“We didn’t have vaccines that block transmission. We got vaccines that help you with your health, but they only slightly reduce the transmission. We need new ways of doing vaccines.”

Bill Gates

See also: The Vaccines Don't Reduce Transmission

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It’s time to put Covid behind us

England’s ‘dangerous and unethical experiment’ of lifting all restrictions has been a resounding success.

A year ago this week, Pfizer announced the results of its Covid vaccine trials. Two weeks later, AstraZeneca announced the results of the phase-three trials for its own candidate vaccine. Both were impressive. By 8 December, jabs were going into arms and the world was breathing a sigh of relief. It took another gruelling lockdown in Britain to suppress the coronavirus while the vaccines were rolled out, but the end was in sight.

If we could have seen then where we are now, most would have agreed that things have gone… pretty well, actually. The so-called Delta variant caused this year’s restrictions to last longer than we would have liked, but fears about a new variant escaping the vaccine turned out [not] to be unfounded. The vaccine roll-out was a triumph and there was less public hesitancy than expected.

We always knew there would be an exit wave and we always knew that the vaccines would not prevent every hospitalisation and death. Those who were paying attention understood that Covid had become an endemic disease that most people would get in their lifetime, perhaps more than once. We always knew that the name of the game was to get the risks down to the level of flu.

Mission accomplished. In the six months between October 2020 and March 2021, there were 3.8million recorded cases of Covid [using the highly flawed PCR tests.] in the UK and 85,000 deaths. In the following six months, during which restrictions were reduced to nothing, there were 4.8million recorded [fake] cases and 14,000 [alleged]  deaths. Based on these figures, the case fatality rate fell from 2.2 per cent to 0.3 per cent. Since around half of all infections are not recorded, the infection fatality rate is now around 0.15 per cent, not much different to seasonal influenza. And remember that these statistics include a large number of deaths among the unvaccinated. For fully vaccinated people, [who do not die immediately] the risk of dying if you catch Covid is [supposedly] lower still.

A glance at the Covid mortality figures shows us that we are more or less where we expected to be. After two surges of the epidemic – in spring 2020 and winter 2020-21 – we have reached endemicity. A graph of hospital occupancy looks very similar. The numbers go up a little, they go down a little, but it is nothing a half-decent healthcare system couldn’t handle. Covid will remain a health issue for many years – possibly forever – but it is no longer a civil-liberties issue. Arguably, it should only be a minor news story from now on.

So why the hell are so many people still losing their minds over it? I don’t just mean the Covid-denying ‘smiley’ contingent, who adopted the Acid House logo as their emblem last autumn. They went crazy a long time ago. With the chances of another lockdown dropping close to zero, these erstwhile ‘lockdown sceptics’ went full anti-vax and now scour the internet for sudden cardiac deaths of athletes and the unexpected death of anybody under the age of 60, whispering darkly about the ‘clot shot’. I’ve written enough about these lost souls, but they are not the only fanatics entrenched in an extreme position.

Their opposite number, the Zero Covidians – or ‘frownies’ – have shown no contrition for being wrong on an epic scale since they described England’s ‘Freedom Day’ as a ‘dangerous and unethical experiment’ in July. The prospect of 100,000 cases a day was, in their view, nailed on and there was a real possibility of this rising to 200,000. Independent SAGE called on the government to revert to step two of the roadmap in which socialising indoors with anyone from outside your household was banned.

In the event, the number of cases per day peaked at just over 50,000 shortly before all restrictions were lifted. By the end of July they had fallen by half. Over the next two months rates rose and dipped in the manner of an endemic virus. Both smileys and frownies looked at the data, noted that things looked worse than they did at the same time last summer, when Covid rates were very low, and warned that winter was coming.

All it took was a mini-surge in October for tension to turn into hysteria again. On 20 October, NHS Confederation chief executive Matthew Taylor – who had warned in July that ‘dropping the requirements to wear masks and to socially distance… could lead to further mutations of the virus’ – called for measures, such as working from home and a mask mandate, to be reintroduced. He did this in a press release that began with the veiled threat that ‘[n]o one wants another national lockdown…’. Independent SAGE, the British Medical Association, various trade unions and every social-media user with #ToryGenocide, #JohnsonVariant or #FBPE in their profile joined the call for restrictions to be re-imposed. Britain was a rainy plague island, they said. The least we could do was take our lead from enlightened Europe where the virus was under control thanks to face masks and vaccine passports, they said.

No sooner had Labour leader Keir Starmer put his weight behind this campaign than it began to crumble. The infection rate peaked on 18 October before dropping back to levels last seen in August. As Eastern Europe suffered its worst outbreak yet, the calls to be more European became calls to be more like Western Europe and then to be more like the largest countries in Western Europe. With cases now on the turn in France and shooting up in Germany, Europe will soon be forgotten altogether. Britain currently has a lower reproduction (R) rate than any EU member state (except Romania). It is one of only five countries between Russia and Iceland where rates have been falling.

Needing a coping mechanism when the infection rate falls by a third is not healthy behaviour, psychologically speaking. But when cases began tumbling last month there was a tangible sense of disappointment from the #BorisTheButcher community. They insisted that it was nothing more than a temporary blip caused by the half-term school holidays – this despite the drop starting at least a week before the vast majority of schools broke up and despite that half-terms have never had such an impact on overall case numbers in the past. ‘Give it two weeks’, they said, as they so often do. When cases were still falling in November, they started a weird argument about when half-term was, as if the national infection rate hinged on a few private schools, the Isle of Wight and some factory towns in Leicestershire.

Much of the media dealt with the upturn in Britain’s fortunes in a much simpler way. They ignored it. In more than a few instances, they explicitly claimed that cases were still rising. Interviewing Boris Johnson on 2 November, two weeks after cases peaked, CNN’s lead anchor, Christiane Amanpour, asserted that ‘there’s a big spike in Covid in this country and the record here is worse than it is elsewhere in Europe’. The following day, deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam was asked in a BBC interview: ‘Why are schools not putting masks in place, with cases rising in school-age children?’ And Sky News tweeted: ‘With the UK’s coronavirus epidemic escalating by the day, it’s no longer a case of if Plan B will be triggered but when, say experts.’

Everyone knows the media prefer bad news to good news, but there was something almost pathological about this refusal to look the facts in the face. Could it be sheer ignorance?

On 9 November, the Evening Standard reported: ‘UK Covid deaths soar to 262.’ And the Sun ran the headline: ‘UK daily Covid deaths hit 262 in highest rise in a WEEK.’ It was a Tuesday. Anyone with even a passing interest in the statistics knows that the NHS always reports fewer deaths over the weekend and then catches up with the backlog on Tuesday. It is therefore almost inevitable that the ‘highest rise in a week’ will be seen on a Tuesday and that the figure will appear to ‘soar’ if you compare it to a Monday (which is what the Evening Standard did). When compared to the previous Tuesday, however, the number of deaths had actually fallen.

Whether the result of mendacity or stupidity, the media’s eagerness to maintain a state of panic was almost enough to make you believe in conspiracy theories. For those who already believed in conspiracy theories, it was all the confirmation they needed.

Senior officials in the health service made matters worse by making outlandish claims which veered into anti-vax territory. The Health Service Journal quoted ‘one of the most respected chief executives in the NHS’ saying: ‘This is far worse than January – the vaccine hasn’t saved us this time.’ On the same day, the chief executive of NHS England, Amanda Pritchard, beclowned herself by telling the preposterous lie that we ‘have had 14 times the number of people in hospital with Covid-19 than we saw this time last year’. When it was pointed out that there are actually 30 per cent fewer people in hospital with Covid than this time last year, she ‘clarified’ that she was comparing August 2021 to August 2020 and added the frankly unbelievable claim that she didn’t have more recent figures.

Pritchard told the original fib while calling on the public to get their booster shots. Perhaps she thought that by massaging the figures she could turbo-charge national paranoia and put a rocket under the vaccination campaign. If so, she may have been mistaken. Her words were nectar to the smiley-faced ‘sceptics’ since they appeared to prove that the vaccines were not only useless but that the hospitals were virtually empty last November, as they had claimed at the time.

Oh what a tangled web we weave. It is at times like this I envy people who pay no attention to the media, social or traditional. If the only things you knew about the Covid situation in January was that we were in lockdown, we’ve got vaccines, and life would return to normal once everyone who wanted a vaccine had been given one, you would have lower blood pressure and a more realistic outlook than those who follow every twist and turn. (read more)

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(Globalists might have to "accidentally" release smallpox.)

The CEO of South Africa’s largest private healthcare network says that the Omicron variant is “so mild” that it “may signal the end of COVID-19.”

— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) December 7, 2021

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A federal court in Georgia has entered a nationwide injunction against the federal-contractor vaccine mandate. 

Now ALL of the Biden Administration vaccine mandates have been halted.

Now, under my Order, vaccine mandates are not allowed in Texas.

— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) December 7, 2021

See also:

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.@NYCMayor outlines NYC’s new medical apartheid system wherein those who haven’t had at least two Covid shots from an approved list of pharmacuetic companies — largely racial minorities — will be banned from holding employment, patronizing restaurants, entering museums & more

— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) December 6, 2021

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Alex Jones declares WAR on Donald Trump unless he comes out against the corona injection agenda!

— Fuzzy ✝ (@fuzzyroes) December 3, 2021

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Genital necrosis with cutaneous thrombosis after COVID-19 mRNA vaccination

Thrombosis is a [not so] rare complication of COVID-19 vaccines that typically affects cerebral and visceral vessels. However, skin involvement is largely unknown. Here, we describe a case of genital necrosis associated with cutaneous thrombosis following COVID-19 vaccination.

pussy problemAn 84-year-old Japanese woman presented to our department with a three-day history of genital necrosis. She had received her first dose of Pfizer–BioNTech BNT162b2 mRNA COVID-19 vaccine 26 days before admission. Nine days after the vaccination, she developed increasing pain in her genital region. She denied any trauma or precipitating event. Her medical history was significant for deep vein thrombosis after orthopedic surgery, for which she had been receiving edoxaban over the past three years. She had no other risk factors for thrombosis.

On admission, she was well but febrile to 37.5°C. Dermatological examination revealed extensive necrosis with surrounding purpura that involved the mons pubis, labia majora, and perineum (Fig. 1a). Laboratory investigations showed a leukocytosis (15.9 × 109/L) with a left shift. The platelet count was slightly elevated (359 × 109/L).  The coagulation profile was unremarkable. Biochemical parameters were within the normal range except for an elevated C-reactive protein (11.6 mg/dL, normal <0.3   mg/dL).  A thrombophilia screen—including antithrombin, protein C, protein S, lupus anticoagulant, anti-cardiolipin antibodies, anti-β-2-glycoprotein-1 antibodies—was unremarkable. Serological tests for rheumatoid factor, anti-nuclear antibody, and anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies were all negative. Pelvic CT was performed to show  subcutaneous fat stranding without fascial thickening. No hemorrhage or hematoma  was noted. CT angiography detected no evidence of thrombosis. Skin biopsy showed epidermal necrosis, scattered neutrophils and lymphocytes in the dermis, and thrombotic occlusion
of  dermal  vessels with mild perivascular infiltration (Fig. 1b,c).  Immunohistochemistry revealed that the thrombi were positive for CD61, a platelet-specific marker (Fig. 1d,e). Based on the clinical and histopathological findings, a diagnosis of cutaneous necrosis with platelet thrombi formation and secondary infection was made. Treatment was started with ampicillin/sulbactam along with local wound care. Her fever, leukocytosis, and genital  pain resolved within the first week. The skin lesions also improved: more than 80% of the eschar had fallen off when she was discharged after one month of admission (Fig. 2a), and epithelization was almost completed another month later (Fig. 2b).

A small but increasing number of thrombotic events have been reported since the launch of mass vaccination campaigns against  COVID-19. Adenovirus vector-based vaccines (AstraZeneca  and Johnson & Johnson) are associated wit severe thrombosis with thrombocytopenia, while mRNA-based vaccines (Pfizer–BioNTech and Moderna) are also associated with some thrombotic events,  which do not always accompany thrombocytopenia. The exact pathogenesis remains unknown, but platelet activation is thought to be a key feature underlying these events.  For both types of vaccines, thrombosis typically occurs in unusual locations such as cerebral and portal veins. However, only two cases of skin involvement have been reported, both of which manifested as local skin necrosis at injection sites. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first case of extensive skin necrosis after COVID-19 vaccination that developed  outside the injection site. Although the mechanism of platelet thrombi formation in genital skin is unclear, the short time interval between the vaccination and the onset of symptoms may indicate a causal relationship. Therefore, our case extends the range of  cutaneous manifestations associated with thrombosis after COVID-19 vaccination. In addition, it should be noted that she developed thrombosis despite receiving edoxaban, which highlights the need to consider the possibility of thrombosis even in patients under anticoagulant therapy. Although rare skin necrosis should be recognized as a  possible manifestation of thrombosis associated with COVID-19 vaccination.
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pussy problems

That's true.

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Democrat Hill Staffers Are So Over Nancy Pelosi

Democrat congressional staffers want Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi replaced regardless of the outcome of the 2022 midterms, a new survey from 
Punchbowl News indicates.

According to the survey of Capitol Hill staffers, 62 percent of Democrat aides claimed they wanted Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer replaced whether or not the party makes gains in the House or Senate or not. Seventeen percent of Democrat staffers said Pelosi and Schumer should only be replaced “if Democrats underperform” while 20 percent testified they were content with keeping leadership the same.

While the 81-year-old Pelosi has maintained a grip on the House for years, there is
clear discontent in her party, especially among progressives. Combine that discontent with the Democrat-controlled Congress’s failure to pass bills key to a blue victory in 2022 and the frustration that came with a massive loss for Democrats in Virginia and you have a recipe for a possible leadership change, which has been discussed before.

The report follows apparent discontent in the White House as well, coming the same week that a key member of Vice President Kamala Harris’s staff, senior adviser and chief spokeswoman Symone Sanders, is set to depart the White House before the end of the year following the Democrat’s terrible poll numbers.

“I’m so grateful to the VP for her vote of confidence from the very beginning and the opportunity to see what can be unburdened by what has been. I’m grateful for [Harris chief of staff] Tina [Flournoy] and her leadership and her confidence as well. Every day, I arrived to the White House complex knowing our work made a tangible difference for Americans. I am immensely grateful and will miss working for her and with all of you,” Sanders wrote in a note to her colleagues.

The vice president’s communications director Ashley Etienne also resigned from her role a few weeks prior citing “other opportunities.” Her departure followed a series of reports from several corporate media outlets detailing internal conflict and friction between staffers and Harris in the vice president’s office.

Politico reported in June that Harris’s team often experienced a “tense and at times dour office atmosphere” as staffers were forced to deal with the fallout caused by the vice president’s refusal to visit the U.S. southern border and infamous laughing on camera when asked why. (read more)

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Democrats’ War On Language Is Engulfing Term ‘Illegal Alien’
The left is engaged in a language war. That's because changing language changes people's minds

The Associated Press ran an emotional plug for efforts to nix the term “alien” to describe an illegal entrant to the United States last week. It’s no secret what the opinion of the AP is, after the corporate outlet updated its stylebook in 2013 to remove not just “illegal alien” but even “illegal immigrant.”

But journalists and lawmakers alike would be prudent to brush up on their history. After all, “alien” is a reasonable and just term deeply baked into the founding of this country — contrary to the talking points of demagogues from Justice Sonia Sotomayor to the Biden administration.

Under a Biden order last April, U.S. immigration enforcement agencies were instructed to no longer use “alien” or “illegal alien” or “assimilation” in reference to immigrants. Alien was adjusted to “noncitizen or migrant,” illegal to “undocumented,” and assimilation to “integration.”

“As the nation’s premier law enforcement agency, we set a tone and example for our country and partners across the world,” Troy Miller, U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s acting commissioner, wrote in a memo at the time. “We enforce our nation’s laws while also maintaining the dignity of every individual with whom we interact. The words we use matter and will serve to further confer that dignity to those in our custody.”

California removed the term “alien” from its labor and education codes in 2015 and 2016, and New York City amended its charter and administrative code to ban the word in 2020. And a Colorado law signed in 2015 scrubbed “illegal alien” from government contracts in favor of the term “worker without authorization.”

Democrats are not letting up on the terminology fight. It’s a language battle. Lora Ries, a senior research fellow in homeland security at The Heritage Foundation, told me the left is pushing the linguistic change to erase the line between legal and illegal immigration.

“Under federal law, any individual in this country who is not a citizen is an alien,” Ries said. “And any alien who is here without permission is here illegally. If we are going to discuss and debate the issue of immigration and what our public policy should be, we should at least use accurate, precise terms.”

The linguistic initiative is fueled by the erroneous notion that there ought to be open borders. This much was signaled by Democrat state Sen. Julie Gonzalez in Colorado, the co-sponsor of the state’s new law. “That language has been offensive for many people,” she told the AP. “And some of the rationale behind that is really rooted in this idea that a person can certainly commit an illegal act, but no human being themselves is illegal.”

While California and Colorado are currently the only two states that have adjusted state statutes to fit the politically correct lingo, at least seven states this year have seen lawmakers try to squeeze through the terms “undocumented” and “noncitizen” into law. But “alien” is a term with a rich history in the U.S. There is nothing racist, xenophobic, or nativist about it.

William Blackstone’s description of the term “alien” in his 1770 “Commentaries on the Laws of England,” in which he described an alien as someone born outside the “dominions” of the king, set the bar for America’s usage of the term. Blackstone made a clear distinction between “natural-born” citizens and those from a foreign land — who he did not determine ought to maintain the same legal rights.

Twenty years after Blackstone’s work, President George Washington would approve the first Naturalization Act and instill the word “alien” into the American statutory lexicon. In 1798, President John Adams signed the Alien and Sedition Acts. The acts granted the president the power to expel “aliens” thought to be “dangerous to the peace and safety of the United States” or who may be engaged in “any treasonable or secret machinations against the government.”

“And in case any alien, so ordered to depart, shall be found at large within the United States after the time limited in such order for his departure. . . every such alien shall, on conviction thereof, be imprisoned for a term not exceeding three years, and shall never after be admitted to become a citizen of the United States,” section I of the acts state.

Fast forward and “alien” has been deployed on a federal and state level to identify those who are living in the United States without permission. Its definition from Merriam-Webster is “a foreign-born resident who has not been naturalized and is still a subject or citizen of a foreign country.”

“Proponents [of changing terms] want to persuade the American public that those here illegally are no different than those who followed the rules to come here lawfully,” Ries also said. “But America, like every other country, has a sovereign right to a lawful and orderly immigration system. And Americans, including lawful immigrants, want immigration laws enforced.”

As we have witnessed, the left is engaged in a battle to alter meaning. But it’s vital to look at the broader trend. There is a language war in general, and immigration is just the tip of the iceberg. Whether it be the pertinent word “riot,” terms about sex, “black,” or the phrase “pro-life,” transforming words remains a foremost concern of elite institutions captured by the left. Look no further than the attempts to conceal critical race theory, too.

Meanwhile, the Biden administration has fiddled while a record number of illegal aliens come into the U.S. There were 164,303 encounters at the Southern border in October alone, more than double last October’s 71,929 apprehensions. And the surge continues.

Not only is it pointless to denigrate reasonable norms through language reconstruction, but it is harmful. Using “illegal alien” when America faces a significant border surge is the moral thing to do. It’s long past time to stop pretending otherwise. (read more)

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Joe Biden Abolishes 90 Percent of ICE’s Deportations

President Joe Biden has slashed the deportation of illegal migrants from 25 cities by roughly 90 percent, so helping business groups with a flood of desperate, low-wage workers.

Biden’s business giveaway was revealed by the Center for Immigration Studies, which also showed that Biden’s deputies have reduced by two-thirds the deportation of criminal migrants who threaten Americans and the nation’s growing population of illegal migrants.

Only 18,713 illegals were formally “removed” — deported —  from 25 interior cities, such as Atlanta, Baltimore, and Miami, from January to July in 2021, according to the data from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency. The 2021 removal number includes only 6,000 migrants convicted of serious crimes, such as MS-13 migrants.

In 2019, under Trump, 186,019 migrants were removed from the 25 cities, including 17,553 migrants convicted of serious crimes. Amid the Trump enforcement, employers were forced to raise wages, especially for lower-income Americans.

In 2020, despite the coronavirus crash, Trump’s deputies removed 93,247 migrants from the cities, including 13,120 migrants convicted of serious crimes.
In 2021, the 25-cities’ deportation rate has dropped to roughly 3,000 per month since the Senate’s confirmation of Alejandro Mayorkas, Biden’s appointee to run the Department of Homeland Security.

In calendar year 2021, Mayorkas is on track to deport just 40,000 migrants from the 25 cities. Mayorkas’s annual deportations amount to one of every 275 illegal migrants living in the United States.

In 2019, before the coronavirus crash, Trump’s deputies removed 267,000 illegal migrants nationwide, including many who committed violent crimes in the United States.

Mayorkas’s likely deportation of 40,000 migrants in all of 2021 from the 25 cities is less than just one month of arriving “got-aways” — illegal migrants who are detected yet successfully evade the border patrol. So far, roughly 400,000 job-seeking migrants have sneaked across the border under Mayorkas’ lax rules.

The Biden ICE data does not include migrants who were turned back from the border — and sometimes deported to their homelands — under the Title 42 anti-epidemic rules.

Mayorkas is a Cuban immigrant and a pro-migration zealot. In a November Senate hearing, for example, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) asked him: “What should be a higher priority of the United States Government? Securing our border or giving amnesty to illegal aliens who are already here?”

“Justice is our priority,” Mayorkas responded, adding “That includes securing our border and providing relief to those [migrants] who qualify for it under our laws.”

No Democrats voted against Mayorkas’ confirmation in February. His confirmation was also backed by several GOP senators, including Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), Mitt Romney (R-UT), Dan Sullivan (R-AK), Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV),  Susan Collins (R-ME), and retiring Senator Rob Portman (R-OH).

Mayorkas’ policies reflect the U.S. government’s post-1990 policy of extracting migrants from other countries to work, rent, and spend in the United States. This economic policy pulls migrants from other countries via several channels — legal migration, visa workers, and illegal migration — so flatlining wages for employees, but spiking real estate values and the stock market for investors.

Mayorkas DHS refused to release some data that was formerly made public, according to CIS:

ICE has so far refused to provide information on whether the removed alien was arrested at the border or in the interior. Therefore, these statistics should be interpreted with caution because it is not clear to what extent they may reflect the level of enforcement at the border as well as in the interior. Nevertheless, it is possible to see in these records just how dramatically the new Biden policies have reduced ICE enforcement activity.

Mayorkas and his allies say they are using taxpayer funds to focus on the “worst of the worst.”

“ICE officers are not actually doing more effective enforcement, but are simply doing less enforcement” because of imposed bureaucratic barriers, CIS wrote:

According to ICE sources, because of the cumbersome process, and also because of sanctuary policies in some large jurisdictions, most ICE arrests are now handled by fugitive operations teams rather than by ICE officers working in jails, as had been the norm before the Biden policies were implemented. Routine arrests, once approved, now require a team of several officers who work for days to prepare a plan and execute each arrest, which now must take place in the community in an area not designated a “sensitive” location.

One ICE staff member told me that the process is extremely inefficient: “Instead of having one person working in a jail who can arrest four or five criminal aliens in a shift, now we have to send five or six guys out to make one or maybe two arrests in a shift.”

In addition to requiring what is essentially pointless busywork to seek an extra layer of approval for each arrest, agency leadership has also reduced interior enforcement by downsizing the number of working officers. This has been accomplished in many ways, including sending officers to work at the border and even by paying officers not to work. For example, ICE personnel recently were given extra “administrative leave” days off for Veteran’s Day and the Friday after Thanksgiving, which are not typically federal holidays.

Pending the arrival of new leadership in the agency, states should use their powers to ease deportations, Vaughan wrote:

With less immigration enforcement, American communities will continue to be saddled with the costs associated with illegal immigration, including displacement of U.S. workers, wage depression, more spending on social services and education, and additional crime problems. While Congress theoretically could intervene to impose stricter enforcement mandates and spending requirements, in the meantime state and local governments should act to discourage illegal settlement, penalize illegal employment, maintain strict eligibility requirements for all public benefits and driver’s licenses, and ensure that state and local law enforcement agencies are cooperating fully with ICE to identify criminal aliens.

Overall, legal and illegal migration moves wealth from employees to employers, from families to investors, from young to old, from children to their parents, from homebuyers to investors, from technology to stoop labor.

Immigration also moves wealth from heartland red states to the coastal blue states. Within each state, the extraction policy also helps move wealth and status from GOP rural districts to Democrat cities.

Immigration radicalizes Americans’ democratic, compromise-promoting civic culture and allows elites to ignore despairing Americans at the bottom of society. (read more)

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Exclusive — Blagojevich: ‘The Democrat Political Establishment Very Fearful of What I Know and What I Can Say’

Ex-Democrat Illinois governor turned “Trumpocrat” Rod Blagojevich said he believes current Gov. J.B. Pritzker tried to keep him in jail because the Democrat establishment is “afraid of what he knows” and “what [he] will say soon.”

In a video obtained exclusively by Breitbart News, Blagojevich, who was Illinois governor from 2003 to 2009, can be heard talking about his relationship with the current governor, some of the events leading up to his time in federal prison, and his standing with the party he left behind.

Blagojevich, who Chicago Magazine characterized as “real-life cartoon character, popular culture’s best example of a bombastic, narcissistic, devious politician since the fictional Senator Claghorn,” served 7.5 years of a 14-year sentence in a Colorado federal prison after being impeached and accused of trying to sell former President Barack Obama’s vacated Senate seat while he was governor, among other charges. 

“He charmed everyone but the General Assembly that impeached him and the jury that convicted him at his federal trial,” Chicago Magazine reported. 

The main charges surrounding the accusation were eventually vacated by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, though his sentence remained notably lengthy, and his request for Supreme Court review of his case was rejected twice. Former President Trump was his final hope, and in a highly controversial move, Trump commuted his sentence. Blagojevich went home on February 18, 2020 to his wife and children, and his supervised release officially ended in June 2021.

Blagojevich, whose story has regained public interest partly because of the release of Hulu’s new four-part miniseries Being Blago, was the speaker at the Arts and Ideas Exchange Speakers Series on Wednesday night at the Railway Exchange Building in Chicago, Illinois, the city where he grew up. In front of a room full of seated, attentive dinner guests in a hall laden with Christmas trees, red ribbons, and wreaths, the ex-governor blasted Pritzker for reportedly calling Trump “not once, but twice” requesting to keep him behind bars.

“J.B. called Trump not once, but twice, joining with most Republicans to say, ‘Keep him in, don’t let him out. Keep him in, don’t let him out,'” he told the attendees, his voice echoing and his hands moving excitedly as he recounted the story.

“….Why did he do it? ” he continued, before foreshadowing his willingness to expose the underbelly of his former party:

I truly believe its because J.B. Pritzker, Governor Pritzker and some of the Democratic political establishment is very fearful. They’re very fearful of what I know, and what I can say, and what I’m likely to say, and what I will say soon. That’s why I think that he did that.

Blagojevich also quipped that if anyone would try to sell a Senate seat, it would be Pritzker, who allegedly called the former governor asking to be considered for the seat at the time.

“Ok, by the way, if you want to sell the Senate seat, you’ve got your guy,” he said, drawing chortles from various guests in the crowd.

“…We had a nice relationship, and then calamity and [I] never heard from him again,” he said. (read more)

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George Soros' network of woke DA's he has bankrolled in cities across the US: How the Billionaire Democrat megadonor gave Chicago's Kim Foxx $2M and Philly's DA - where murder has doubled - got $1.7M
  • Soros donated $2million to a PAC that supported the reelection campaign of Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx
  • Cook County's murder rate is the highest  it has been since 1994
  • He also donated to a PACs that prop up Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón and Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner 
  • Soros is most known for donating to Democratic presidents Clinton and Obama
  • The Hungarian billionaire spent $3m on seven local DA races in 2016 
  • In 2020, he pumped $28million into Democratic elections across the US
Billionaire Democrat donor George Soros has bankrolled District Attorneys in America's most crime ravaged cities, where criminals are being allowed to walk out of jail on low cash bonds or aren't even being charged.

Soros, the most prolific Democratic donor, is most known for giving to Presidents Clinton and Obama but he has also been pumping money into a far-left effort to overhaul the criminal justice system by giving millions to a network of woke prosecutors in Democratic races. 

Among them is Kim Foxx, the State's Attorney for Cook County, Chicago, where murder is at its highest in nearly 30 years.

In 2020, Soros donated $2million to a PAC that backed Foxx in her re-election campaign. She won the race and has since offered deferred prosecutions and softball deals to criminals.

In 2021, there were more murders in Chicago than in any other year since 1994.

There have been more than 1,000 murders in Cook County, Foxx's district, this year.

Soros bolstered her re-election campaign by donating to the Illinois Justice and Public Safety PAC.

The PAC spent over $500,000 on materials to damage one of her challengers. It's a pattern that can be seen in other parts of the country.  

He has also donated to PACs that support Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón, who is being widely condemned for not cracking down on shoplifters and violent criminals.

Soros has also donated to the campaign of Philadelphia District Attorney Larry  Krasner.

He donated $1.7million to Krasner's campaign, according to The New York Post.

Soros also donated to Super PACS that prop up Democratic prosecutors and politicians across Republican states.

Republican pundits say he has blood on his hands now for the deaths of innocent people like those killed at the Waukesha Christmas Parade by Darrell Brooks, a career criminal who had been bonded out of jail days earlier for other crimes. 

In 2016, Soros pumped $3million into seven local district-attorney campaigns including races in Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico and Texas.  (read more)

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she got ahead by giving head

Half-black and half-subcontinental,
her assets were largely pigmental
and gender-related,
for people who hated
the Caucasian male Occidental.

As Vice President, Kamala Harris
did little except to embarrass
herself, and that “bong”
that you hear is the gong.
(You remember that show with Chuck Barris?)

2021-12-06 b

Splash! Another Kamala Harris staffer jumps ship

Kamala Harris must be uttering the rich lady's lament right about now: you just can't get good staff anymore.

This time, a big one has flown the coop, a veritable whale of a woman in significance, spokeswoman Symone Sanders.  She's by far the highest-ranking Kamala official now to get the heck out of Dodge.  Her exit follows a lot of other exits, which I wrote about here.  And apparently, it's not going to be the last one.  These guys (and this other one) plan to leave next. The herd is moving.

So why would Sanders do that?  Two reasons stand out.

One, working for Kamala Harris is reportedly hell.

Back in June, Politico wrote this sort of thing about being a staffer at House Kamala, as described by the New York Post:

"People are thrown under the bus from the very top, there are short fuses and it's an abusive environment," said the same source who claimed staffers are "treated like s---." "It's not a healthy environment and people often feel mistreated."

Sanders defended Kamala at the time, so it's not known if she was the reason staff felt as though they were "treated like s---" or she was just as badly treated by Kamala or her henchwomen as the others.  Maybe she did the anonymous quote for Politico as well as the on-the-record quote, talking out of both sides of her mouth.  But whatever the reason, it's well known that working for Kamala has always been a living hellscape.  Now that Kamala's polling favorability has fallen to 28%, she might be getting even meaner.

The other reason that Sanders is likely leaving is that she's written Kamala off as a lost cause, a sinking ship, a date with a loser.

According to the Washington Post in this glowing May 2021 profile, people said this sort of thing about her:

She is something of a classic — and often derided — Washington archetype: the consummate operator, able to skate from one type of politician (a democratic socialist) to another (an establishment favorite) depending on whose coattails seem more promising. She carries herself with a kind of self-promotional swagger that can rub people the wrong way. Not a lot of political staffers publish memoirs at age 30; hers is peppered with advice about getting ahead. "No one is going to hand you power or open the door for you to voice your opinion or your desires," she writes. "You have to demand it."

...and this:

"I think she has integrity," said Cornel West, a prominent Bernie supporter who has heard complaints about "Sister Symone" being a turncoat for eschewing Bernie for Biden. "Still, I was surprised by her shift. She spoke for Bernie with such heart and such power." Ultimately, West said, "I think she just wanted to go with a winner."

And some others said similar.  Those are just two quotes.

So if she's leaving Kamala, it's not surprising.  Sanders, based on her biography, is 31, an ambitious young political operative whose career has pretty well been meteoric, and she has said in the past that she might actually be interested in running for office herself.

Why spend years on a clearly sinking ship with a no-hoper like Kamala who currently polls at 28% and still doesn't know how to improve even her image, let alone her job prowess?

For someone like Sanders, being tied to Kamala may just be too much.

Sanders, on the other hand, has been pretty impressive in a "bite and claw her way to the top" sort of way. 

She's the daughter of a U.S. army officer who hails from Nebraska, non-Ivy, having gone to Creighton University and taken a gut major.

She's a former community organizer, from what looks like a Soros-backed group called the "Coalition for Juvenile Justice," one of whose organizational "core principles" is to "divert youth from the justice system," as well as "reduce institutionalization" and "eliminate racial and ethnic disparities," presumably in the sentencing of gang-bangers, thugs, and criminals.  She ran the shop that gave "fellowships" to formerly "justice-involved youth."  I found no evidence that she herself has a criminal record.

She worked for the Bernie Sanders campaign, then the Democrats in general, then as a commentator on CNN.  She gave TEDx Talks.

She famously body-tackled a snowflake protester who rushed the stage against Joe Biden (whom the Democrats got together and slated to win, muscling out the other candidates) on Super Tuesday, so we can tell she's a party loyalist and an insider on the big stuff.  Of her linebacker-style block, she proudly tweeted: "I broke a nail."

She's the author of a book titled No, You Shut Up: Speaking Truth to Power and Reclaiming America, whose blurb on Amazon reads:

In this rousing call to leadership, the self-described millennial spokesperson for the culture, CNN's designated "woke AF" former commentator, and the youngest national press secretary in the history of the United States shares her take-no-prisoners approach to life, politics, and career success, and shows a new generation how to be loud and powerful in their own right.

Many people — most notably white older men — may try to stop Symone Sanders from speaking up and out. But Symone will not shut up. And neither should you. In this inspiring call to action, Symone tells stories from her own life of not-shutting-up alongside loud young revolutionaries who came before her to help you find your authentic voice and use it to your advantage; to fight ideological battles more effectively; and to resist those who try to silence you. 

After that, she got the Kamala job, at what appears to have been a six-figure, likely $200,000 salary.

She was in the top tier of Kamala officials, one of the big 14.

Her live-in boyfriend is someone who was until recently known as the "night mayor of Washington, D.C.," AKA the "culture and nightlife" official of WDC, so to combine it with her youth and Creighton cred, she's probably a party girl.  It might have been why the Democrats decided to match her up with Kamala.

But now the verdict from Sanders is in: Kamala is a sinking ship.

Good alert: 'Rats always get off the sinking ship before the inevitable happens. (read more)

See also: A Kamala Harris staff exodus reignites questions about her leadership style — and her future ambitions


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Willie Horton and the Democratic Party's Greatest Fear

At seventy years old, Willie Horton is serving multiple lifetime sentences in a Maryland prison.  His case was once famous enough that we can be reasonably certain that this recidivist monster will never again be released to commit another crime.
The nation is safe from Willie Horton.  But the Democratic Party should not be.

Thirty-three years ago, this generally unremarkable piece of detritus provided an important lesson to the American electorate.

In 1974, Willie Horton and his accomplices robbed a gas station and viciously murdered its 17-year-old attendant.
Convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment without parole, he was locked up in Massachusetts for years, presumably ensuring that decent Americans would be safe from him from then on.

Unfortunately, despite a sentence that clearly provided no room for misinterpretation, the soft-on-crime Democrat government of Massachusetts, under then-governor Michael Dukakis, invited Horton to participate in an unsupervised weekend furlough program in 1986.  Yes, you read that right: a vicious murderer was set free for the weekend, on purpose; he didn't even have to plan a clever escape.  As one would expect, Horton failed to return, and he did who knows what for almost a year, until he was finally caught in Maryland, having beaten and knifed an innocent couple, binding the man, raping his fiancée, and stealing their car.

This Dukakis-era weekend furlough program became a campaign issue in the 1988 Democratic presidential primaries, when then-senator Al Gore brought it up as a valid knock against Dukakis, his rival for the nomination.
As soon as Dukakis was selected as the party's 1988 nominee, the George H.W. Bush campaign got to work making the same point Gore had made, recognizing that a general election population would be sensible enough to be horrified, even if the Democratic primary electorate was not.

Three decades have passed since then, and we now tend to attribute President Bush's victory to a very real public desire for a third Reagan term.  There is some truth to that.  But we may have also forgotten how much of a role the Willie Horton case played in that election.

This case, better than any other at the time, clarified for even the most casual observer just how different the two parties' views were — and remain — on the critical issue of public safety.

Fast-forward to November 21, 2021.  In the tranquil suburban community of Waukesha, Wisconsin, a vicious [black supremacist] bigot named Darrell Brooks — free on bail with multiple pending felonies, one being his recent attempt to run over his onetime girlfriend with his SUV — allegedly drove through a Christmas parade, running down as many innocent people as he could, killing at least five, injuring some sixty more.

Media-watchers have already begun to comment on how relatively little detailed coverage there has been.  We have noticed blatant photo-editing techniques used to lighten the perpetrator's skin in media photos.  We have seen a surprising lack of MSM interest in both the man's history and his apparent motive.  We have seen, if anything, a textbook case in how to all but bury a story too big to dismiss.

The night it happened, we knew he was a criminal out on a ridiculously low bail.  We knew he was a career criminal with a rap sheet a mile long.

But what we have learned since is that he is a test case of modern Democrat party policy — he is the ultimate conclusion of what today's Democrats refer to as "criminal justice reform," one of the fundamental campaign issues of the entire national party for several cycles now.

Everything that happened in his adult life (and likely his youth as well) went according to Democrat rules.  Released on pitifully low bail again and again, even after bail-jumping... sentenced to time served, which was often no time at all, even for felonies, even for violent even after trying to run over his to record his malevolent, violence-advocating, anti-establishment, anti-white, anti-music versions of "rap" under the name Mathboi Fly.

Yes.  A test case for the policies of the modern left in every way.

Republicans call for high bail levels for proven violent repeat offenders and bail-jumpers; Democrats call for an end to bail, and for the virtual elimination of holding even dangerous prisoners until trial.

Republicans call for stiff and certain sentences for convicted violent criminals; today's Democrats call for never-ending second chances, and even for the elimination of prisons themselves, as in the meantime, impatient Democrat governors and judges routinely throw open the prison gates on the slightest whim.

Republicans warn against the race-hustling, class division, and generally intolerant rhetoric of BLM, Antifa, and their pop culture mouthpieces; today's Democrats just double down on the venom, calling their foes "satanic," "evil," "oppressive," and much worse on a daily basis.  Democrats attack Israel to attack Jews; they imagine something called "white privilege" and demand we apologize for it; they deny our Founding Father's great principles and accomplishments by calling them all slaveholders — yes, even the ones who founded manumission societies.  Truth means nothing to today's left if it stands in the way of their party line.

Republicans warn against the cultural decline that has children more likely to be raised in a single-parent household than in a nuclear family unit; Democrats go so far as to champion single motherhood as an objective good, campaigning for ever more welfare programs to encourage such generational dependence.

Is it any wonder that our nation is suffering a massive crime wave?

Is it any wonder that overwhelmed and unsupported police are resigning and retiring in disgust and despair?

Is it any wonder that law-abiding, hardworking folk are fleeing the cities for saner environs?

Is it any wonder that people like Darrell Brooks continue to push their luck, again and again, ever more violent, ever more destructive, ever more saturated with a level of hatred that could drive them to pick out innocent strangers from a crowd and mercilessly mow them down with a car?

In 1988, such destructive lunacy was only the obsession of a minority of Democrat politicians.  Things have changed.  Today, it has infested their party, at not only the federal and state levels, but especially at the local level, in big and midsize cities from coast to coast.

The Obama, Clinton, and Biden campaigns made no secret of their disdain for America's criminal justice system and its goal of protecting the law-abiding citizenry.  The modern Democrat candidate campaigns as a righteous advocate of "criminal justice reform"...which is in fact the utter elimination of criminal justice itself.

Darrell Brooks is the poster child for this modern Democrat cancer.

Democratic strategists — and their allies in the media — know that his rap sheet, his crimes, his anti-white vitriol, his misogynistic outlook, his disrespect for the life, liberty, or property of other human beings, are in fact an example of the America that awaits us all if the Democratic Party continues to hold power.

If Willie Horton was the poster child of the 1988 election, then Darrell Brooks must be all that and more in 2022 and beyond.
(read more)

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Happy Hanukkah from Menorahsaurus rex.

Menorahsaurus rex.
2021-12-05 l

An elegy for the American Dream

[...] I want to tell a story, one of the most heartbreaking stories I’ve heard since my book came out. A woman I met in southeastern Ohio – which is really ground zero for the opioid problem and so many other social problems that all of us care about in this country – was telling me about a young patient she had who had become addicted to opioids. He was eight years old and he was already addicted to Percocets. The way that this kid became addicted to opioids is that he would do drug runs for his family. Because they didn’t have a lot of money, if he made a successful drug run, they would actually give him a Percocet as a reward. That was how this kid, at the tender age of eight, became addicted to opioids.

I think there’s a tendency in our politics on the right to look at this kid and say ‘You know, it’s a tragedy what’s happened to him, but it’s fundamentally a tragedy that political power can’t touch. Parents need to make better decisions. This child, God willing, needs to make better decision when he grows up.’

I think that ignores the way in which human beings actually live their lives – the cultural, economic, and environmental contexts in which this kid grows up. It ignores the fact that this kid lives in a community that has too few spare dollars to spend and too many spare opioids. That is a political problem. That is something that we decided to do using political power. We allowed commercial actors to sell these drugs in our communities. We allowed our regulatory state to approve these drugs and to do nothing when it was very clear that these substances were starting to affect our communities. That was a political choice and political power can actually fix it.

That kid lives in a community where even if he makes good choices later on in life, he lives in a place where there are virtually no good jobs for a kid of his educational status and his social class. If he wants to earn a decent wage, if he wants to work at a good job, those jobs in his community have largely gone overseas thanks to forces of globalisation that we unleashed because of political choices. We made the choice that we wanted that kid to be able to buy cheaper consumer goods at Walmart instead of having access to a good job. And maybe that was a defensible choice – I don’t think it was– but it was a choice and we have to stop pretending that it wasn’t. (read more)

See also: Here's how AWFUL [Democrat-run] Oakland, California is Today. Is it Unfixable?

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Santa, please bring ammo.


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Petra Mayer: 46-year-old National Public Radio book editor “died suddenly” from blood clots

— A long-time National Public Radio (“NPR”) editor is dead as mainstream media continue the agenda of normalizing sudden death of relatively young, healthy people.

Ms. Petra Mayer began her career at NPR in 1994. She’s essentially worked for the organization ever since. NPR reported that Ms. Mayer, 46, “died suddenly” at Holy Cross Hospital this past Saturday. Fox 40 in Sacramento also reported that Ms. Mayer “died suddenly.” Of course we know that “died suddenly” and “died unexpectedly” are mainstream media code phrases for post-injection deaths.

There is no concrete evidence that Ms. Mayer received mRNA or viral vector DNA injections. But there is plenty of circumstantial evidence that would effectively meet the preponderance standard in civil court.

Occam’s Razor strikes again

First, Ms. Mayer was a die-hard liberal. Her Twitter profile says “she/her,” and she frequently tweeted about “trans” stuff. A September Gallup poll found that 92% of self-identified Democrats have received at least one injection. An August survey by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation, the self-professed “largest LGBT rights organization in the United States,” found that 92% of self-identified “LGBT” have received at least one injection.

Ms. Mayer appeared eager to receive the injections back in March. She utilized a sad-face emoji in expressing disappointment that she wasn’t yet eligible for the shots at that time. Another Twitter user mentioned the vaccination site at Six Flags America in Annapolis that commenced in February.

[...] Finally, Ms. Mayer reportedly died of a pulmonary embolism, aka blood clots that formed elsewhere in her body, but broke loose and blocked arteries in her lungs. (read more)

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Are you scared?

The Vaccine Control Group Will Inherit the Earth

The trouble with natural immunity is that it’s free.

— Kambree (@KamVTV) December 4, 2021

I think it's time we had the conversation about how the vaccines don't work.

— Nick Holt (@nickholtpodcast) December 5, 2021

Turns out I'm an anti-vaxxer... with a PhD in Epidemiology and MSc in Health Economics and Policy. I wonder how many other epidemiologists are in the same boat?

— James Doidge (@james_doidge) December 5, 2021

I am 5 hours into my 12 hour shift and have already treated 3 vax injuries. Heart attack, 36y/o, Stroke, 44y/o and a lower leg blood clot, 29y/o.  All recently vaccinated. Heart attack and stroke patients are critical.  I don’t know which vax they had.

— Jenn, RN MSN (@PhilsandJenn) December 5, 2021


See also: No COVID in Cabo! California governor Gavin Newsom does it again - with a Thanksgiving vacation at $29,000-a-night villa owned by Russian oligarch who admitted dodging $248M in taxes - days after extending state's state of emergency

See also: Omicron: We Warned You The Covid Farce Would Never End

See also: Sudden Deaths” of Children Under the Age of 12 Start Surfacing After COVID-19 Shots Approved for This Age Group

See also: The FAA is telling pilots not to fly for 48 hours after receiving Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine

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I dare anyone to defend this as fair to women in sports. …Transgender swimmer dominates since joining Penn's women's swimming and diving team

— Susan Ferrechio (@susanferrechio) December 1, 2021


As a former competitive swimmer, this infuriates me & breaks my heart. This will ruin women’s swimming. He competed as a MAN for three years & now identifying as a woman, is dominating the women’s competition. This is so grossly unfair & absurd.

— Liz Wheeler (@Liz_Wheeler) December 1, 2021


The male abuser of women’s sports breaking women’s records. The abuse is coming for swimming!
“Penn’s Lia Thomas blasted the number one 200 free time and the second-fastest 500 free time in the nation on Saturday, breaking Penn program records in both events”

— WomensportsforWOMEN (@Joyce03352844) November 30, 2021

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Fauci the False, "La science, c’est moi."





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not sure anyone has heard but,

I resigned from Twitter

— jack⚡️ (@jack) November 29, 2021

See also: New Twitter CEO de-prioritizes free speech in favor of addressing ‘harm’

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The Rise of Rittenhouse Republicans

A new breed of politicians wants working-class votes

There was a telling moment, for the American Right, in Tucker Carlson’s interview with Kyle Rittenhouse. The 18-year-old had just been acquitted of murder charges for shooting three people, killing two, during riots last summer in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Carlson asked Rittenhouse whether he believed the government would protect him from threats he was receiving. “I hope so,” he said, “but we all know how the FBI works.”

You would expect that kind of statement from a “defund the police” advocate, but Rittenhouse is a former youth police cadet whose support for “Blue Lives Matter” was used to try and paint him as a racist and far-Right extremist. His world-weary cynicism about the FBI, expressed as Carlson nodded along approvingly, signals a major shift in a central axis of American politics.

Distrust of federal law enforcement was, until quite recently, a markedly Left-wing attitude, but it now represents a baseline among Republican voters. In February 2015, a Reuters poll found that almost 84% of Republicans reported a “favorable” view of the FBI. By February 2018, only two years into Donald Trump’s presidency, a different Reuters poll showed 73% of Republicans agreeing that “members of the FBI and Department of Justice are working to delegitimise Trump through politically motivated investigations.” Imagine how those same people feel now, after Special Counsel John Durham’s indictments have exposed the FBI’s role in perpetrating the Trump-Russia dossier fraud.

What does it mean when America’s law-and-order party comes to see law enforcement, along with much of the federal government, as fundamentally illegitimate? The answer is being worked out by a crop of Republicans whose project is to extend the politics of Trumpism beyond Trump. Blake Masters, a close business partner of tech investor Peter Thiel who’s running for a Senate seat in Arizona, has called for “standing up to the bureaucratic national-security state.” In a campaign ad, Masters describes a nation under siege from within, “up against a media that lies to us, schools that teach our kids to hate our country, and corporations that have gotten so big, they think they’re bigger than America.”

There are clear echoes in that message of Steve Bannon, Trump’s original campaign manager and another Thiel associate, who championed a war against the administrative state on behalf of American workers. Bannon lasted less than a year in the White House, but he now runs one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes, War Room, which has more than 100 million total downloads. In an appearance on the podcast this week, Masters told Bannon: “I consider that you simply don’t negotiate with terrorists. And I believe the Democratic Party, Schumer, Pelosi and Biden are holding us hostage.”

Masters, along with two other Thiel-backed political candidates — Hillbilly Elegy author J.D. Vance, who’s running for the Senate in Ohio, and Army Special Forces veteran Joe Kent, a self-described “Trump endorsed America 1st Congressional candidate,” who’s running for a House seat in Washington state — distinguished themselves from other Republicans by offering early and vocal support for Rittenhouse.

It’s easy to see why, since the Rittenhouse trial seemed tailor-made to illustrate the premises of their brand of populist nationalism. A young, working-class, white Trump supporter, Rittenhouse was subjected to a public smear campaign in which President Biden himself impugned him as a white supremacist in a campaign video. Meanwhile, the state prosecution deflected attention away from the evidence supporting Rittenhouse’s self-defence claims and onto his motives by suggesting that he had come to Kenosha looking for trouble — despite the fact that Rittenhouse could be seen on video, shortly before the shooting, offering medical aid to Black Lives Matter protesters.

As the prosecution bumbled its way through the trial and got publicly scolded by the judge, it only further proved the point of those who see an American regime spanning the upper layers of government, media, and business that is not only illegitimate but incompetent, run by emissaries of a “clown world,” as a popular phrase on the Right has it.

“Think about what this says about our disgusting elite leadership in this country,” Vance said in a video message recorded days before the Rittenhouse verdict. “If we don’t defend this young boy who defended his community when no one else was, it may very well be your baby boy that they come for.” The day Rittenhouse’s acquittal was announced, Masters tweeted: “This case reminded us that our justice system, like every other institution our ancestors built, is under siege, and that the besiegers are very close to victory.”

The rallying cry of the “Rittenhouse Republicans,” which at times approaches the rhetoric of revolution, is that the ruling class has become parasitic on the lives of ordinary Americans. “We despise our government & corporations benefiting from the security & labor of our working class solely for the benefit of elites who have no loyalty to our nation, rather they despise us & are using the wealth they generate to fund our decline,” Kent recently tweeted. Both Masters and Kent say they think Trump was the rightful winner of the 2020 election.

Aside from the specifics and symbolism of the Rittenhouse case, publicly supporting him makes sense in terms of the demographic changes in the makeup of the major political parties. While Wall Street business executives and upper middle class professionals now overwhelmingly back the Democrats, the Republicans have, by default as much as by choice, increasingly courted the working class. Over the past decade, the party’s biggest gains have been among white voters without a college degree, and in the 2020 election, it made some inroads with voters of all races without a college degree. (read more)

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Comment on how so few vaccine batches cause most deaths:

Given the tight requirements of consistency associated with an authorised product, it’s absolutely impossible that this [adverse events not occurring randomly throughout the vaccine batches & lots] is a chance event.

No: this is I regret to say unequivocal evidence of malfeasance.

The new (to me) observations in this document are absolutely extraordinary & upsetting.

In brief, they’ve uncovered striking evidence of what’s called DOSE RANGE-FINDING for lethal outcomes.

There are 4–5 different sets of batches / lots of the Pfizer vaccine, deployed in the USA, which show this DRF effect.

Worse, there is a quiet period between each of the lethal batches, the purpose of which is clearly BASELINE ESTABLISHMENT.

You really don’t need a vivid imagination to infer why this work has been done.

If you harboured any residual doubts about whether there is or not a depopulation agenda, this presentation destroys that doubt.

The final, chilling observation is that all three companies are doing similar, sinister studies.

They’re operating in such a way so as to not run over each other. When company A is deploying lethal batches, companies B & C are deploying only harmless batches.

Best wishes

— Dr. Mike Yeadon (read more)

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(I have taught preteens how to handle and shoot firearms, both handguns and rifles, but have never allowed them access to weapons without my supervision.)

Ethan Crumbley, 15

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I stopped believing all history once we lived through Russiagate and media hoax after media hoax. Why assume “journalists” of yesteryear were more honest, or historians less craven? You think Hardcore History guy would tell the truth about Biden? It’s fun stories - all fake

— Cernovich (@Cernovich) December 2, 2021

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How Planned Parenthood betrays women

Pro-choice activists are failing the vulnerable

Everyone I worked with at Planned Parenthood believed in the mission. Of course we did; how else could we deal with the long hours and low pay? Or the fact that basic things we needed, like upgraded computers and furniture for the waiting room, just “aren’t in the budget right now”? Or the stressful working conditions?

Pro-life culture was particularly hostile at the time, and many of us felt under siege in our Texas location. We ran drills so we all knew what to do if someone released anthrax in our building. Being hated is often clarifying, and we all believed we were doing good, even if in a sometimes shabby way.

It took a while to notice that the executive director was making six figures; that the administrative offices, unlike the clinic, never had broken chairs; that the clinic in the posh neighbourhood was nice and the clinic on the side of town where white people were a minority was not. Planned Parenthood was forever making headlines for testifying in front of Congress, or getting into a war of words with some hideous Christian fundamentalist who claimed abortion causes breast cancer (it doesn’t!). But it didn’t seem to be lobbying for healthcare expansion, or campaigning for compulsory training in abortion services for medical students. It wasn’t challenging politicians who claim to be pro-choice but only mention it when there’s an opening on the Supreme Court, instead of consistently supporting policies that would help the women who came to us in need.

But as hard as it was working in the hostile environment of Texas, back before people started to have hopes of flipping the red state blue, it also felt historically important. This is where American abortion rights were born, and this is where the greatest threat to those rights now lies. On September 1, the state blocked access to all abortion services for women beyond six weeks of pregnancy. Because most pregnancies are impossible to detect or confirm before the four-week mark, and because many women won’t realise they are pregnant until considerably later than this, the state has effectively blocked abortion access full-stop. The law was immediately challenged, and the Supreme Court has heard arguments, but so far it has not released any ruling. Still, with the way the court is packed at the moment, with a heavily conservative slant, it’s not looking good for supporters of reproductive justice.

It’s poetic, almost, that Texas is erasing a right that originated within it. Sarah Weddington was only 25 when she filed a lawsuit, in 1970, against the Dallas district attorney. She was acting on behalf of a pregnant client who was seeking to obtain an abortion, pseudonymously known as Jane Roe. Before long, Weddington found herself in front of the Supreme Court, making the argument that finally gave American women the legal right to terminate a pregnancy. But the focus of this landmark case, and the way it was handled by the professional feminist community, showed that it was only a matter of time before the pro-choice project came crashing down. Because from the very beginning there existed a gulf — one that I noticed on the frontline of Planned Parenthood — between the empowering rhetoric of the professional activists and the realities of those who found themselves pregnant and vulnerable, caught in the middle of a political battlefield.

The Planned Parenthood promotional materials always exhibited the bright smiles and shiny hair of healthy young women, confidently making the healthcare choices that were right for them. They aren’t the ones who needed our help. I remember a week of repeated calls from a young man describing his girlfriend’s symptoms over the phone, all of them suggesting pregnancy. “But she’s not pregnant right?” All I could do was say it’s impossible to diagnose pregnancy over the phone and urge him to tell her to come into the clinic. I could hear him telling her, “They say you’re fine,” and I wondered how long he pressured her not to get help — and if, by the time she was “allowed” to take a pregnancy test, it was too late to choose whether or not to end it.

The people who most needed assistance, then, were not the independent and beautiful poster children of a Planned Parenthood ad campaign. They were much more like the woman at the centre of Roe v Wade, whose name was actually Norma McCorvey. She already had two children. Her first became the centre of a custody battle between McCorvey and her own mother; her second was adopted outside the family. When McCorvey realised she was pregnant for a third time, she tried to get an illegal abortion, but she found the clinic had recently been raided by authorities.

Her young, idealistic attorneys immediately recognised the potential McCorvey’s story held. It was the kind of case that could make it all the way to the Supreme Court, due to her already troubled maternal history. But they also knew that this wouldn’t help her individually: if she stayed in the spotlight, McCorvey would have to continue the pregnancy. She made the sacrifice, in the name of women’s rights. But she found that the feminists who championed Jane Roe, a legal persona, had very little time for Norma McCorvey.

In the 2020 documentary AKA Jane Roe, McCorvey talked about how she was sidelined. She wanted to speak at a pro-choice rally, but the organisers were more interested in Gloria Steinem and other more professional, or photogenic, activists. McCorvey was poor, identified as a lesbian, and lacked formal education. Her story wasn’t one of triumph and empowerment; it was one of abuse by men, familial dysfunction, and addiction. She was in desperate need, but she wasn’t a particularly inspirational standard-bearer.

This same problem plagues the pro-choice movement today. In an attempt to “normalise” abortion, and thereby gain widespread support for reproductive rights, the movement focuses on an appealing minority: attractive, professional, financially stable women “shouting their abortion” on social media. It’s as if once we hear that the cute blonde girl got pregnant through no fault of her own and she really just isn’t ready for motherhood — she can barely take care of herself right now! — then we’ll finally understand that it should be fully legal and accessible. Lindy West, in a viral essay, compared getting an abortion to having a tooth removed, giving the sense that these decisions are easy to make, these services are convenient to access, and the procedure is comfortable to endure.

But pretending that the young, urban, middle-class woman who is choosing ambition over family is representative of those who need abortion services does nothing to help, well, anybody who isn’t that. (read more)


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