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People think the woke phenomenon is a contradiction but social justice itself is just an age-old divide and conquer psyop to keep the masses bickering amongst themselves instead of lynching all politicians and bankers.

Think of it as the sort of distraction often used by magicians.


Another Study

New research published in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research shows that experimental mRNA technology comes with serious risks that the medical establishment refuses to acknowledge.

Dr. Stephanie Seneff from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and naturopathic oncologist Dr. Greg Nigh took a closer look at the mRNA injections from Pfizer and Moderna to see how they might be causing serious adverse effects, discovering that they are much riskier than people realize.

Their paper, entitled “Worse than the Disease? Reviewing Some Possible Unintended Consequences of the mRNA Vaccines Against COVID-19,” explains that the jabs are very sensitive to temperature, and are easily damaged if not stored in perfect conditions.

“Both are delivered through muscle injection, and both require deep-freeze storage to keep the RNA from breaking down,” it warns.

“This is because, unlike double-stranded DNA which is very stable, single-strand RNA products are apt to be damaged or rendered powerless at warm temperatures and must be kept extremely cold to retain their potential efficacy.”

The type of mRNA delivered through the injections is also entirely artificial with no comparative form in nature. Nothing like this has ever been done before, and the chances of something going wrong are exceptionally high with a strong potential for “unknown consequences.”

“… manipulation of the code of life could lead to completely unanticipated negative side effects, potentially long term or even permanent,” Seneff and Nigh warn.

Vaccinated people are shedding disease onto the unvaccinated

As is already being seen, many recipients are developing antibody-dependent enhancement, or ADE, a phenomenon provoked by the introduction of lab-created spike proteins into the human body.

These spike proteins embed themselves within antigen-presenting cells, resulting in the creation of monoclonal antibodies that produce high levels of cross-reactive antibodies that react against endogenous human proteins.

“Given evidence only partially reviewed here,” the paper further reveals, “there is sufficient reason to suspect that antibodies to the spike protein will contribute to ADE provoked by prior SARS-CoV-2 infection or vaccination, which may manifest as either acute or chronic autoimmune and inflammatory conditions.”

There is also evidence to suggest that vaccinated people are shedding these spike proteins onto others, resulting in the spread of prion and neurodegenerative diseases. This is creating a pandemic in and of itself, and would not be happening if the jabs had not been introduced into the public.

Rather than rush to get everyone injected like the government and media have been doing for the past several months, it would have been preferable to take a more cautious approach, especially with something as new and unpredictable as mRNA genetic reprogramming.

22 thoughts on “Supplemental

  1. And the Aussie governments are going in for the injections whole hog. Talking to people about my skepticism and desire to wait….well, guess I’m going to be unpersoned.

    Some truly statist wet dream stuff being talked about, like banning travel between states unless having had the jab, barring employment, etc. etc.

    Definitely not the country I grew up in any more.

    1. If you were to contract the plague (which I have and ‘survived’), the statistical odds of survival are something better than 99%. If you’re sick and get the plague (or the flu) your odds of succumbing to it are much better. That was also true before COVID.

      I PERSONALLY know of two people who took the AZ and J&J injections personally who were very healthy and ended up in ICU fighting for their lives.

      Which should we dramatically over-react about?

    1. They want to go full mark of the beast on us. They are just short. of wanting to tattoo numbers on us.

      1. “When in the course of human events…”

        That line is at the heart of it all. And the spiritual discontent is raging right now. Something is up…maybe it is as obvious as we’ve determined.

        I need more ammo.

          1. O’Reilly was relating to Beck last nights call with Pres. Trump, said Trump was furious over the Afghanistan debacle (the incompetency is unreal). Trump said when they were planning the draw-down he made one phone call to the Taliban leader, told this cretin, “That if you lift one finger to harm anyone I will send troops in and kill all of you.” He said Trump then followed with, “If I were president this current situation would never have happened.”

            Leadership vs. Political amateurs who can’t find their rear-ends with a map and flashlight. They are a full-on embarrassing joke.

            Next we’ll hear Kim Jong-un will tested more nukes.

          2. The irony is that TRUMP is the political amateur and the feckless idiots currently running things (nominally) are the “professionals”.

          3. That is the lesson! They couldn’t operate a lemonade stand, in fact they hate kids that do by sending the health director to shut them down. I “fart in their direction.” (h/t Monty Python)

  2. Phrase For The Day:
    * “The Inoculation Epidemics”
    Aka — total-population often-fatal epidemic caused by inoculations [allegedly] intended to lessen the symptoms of a routine seasonal influenza suffered by an insignificant percentage of that population.
    Sounds legit.

      1. Yes it is. Shot on the indoor range at Defender Outdoors in Ft. Worth. Zeroed at 50 yds. on an AR with an 18″ Ballistic Advantage barrel. Shot two loads. Handload = 55gr Hornady soft point over Varget, and 55gr. ball–Guatemalan surplus mil spec. Originally paid 13.5 cents/round delivered. Happy to discover the difference in point of impact between the two loads is only 1/2 inch.

    1. The propaganda ministry keeps pushing vaxes and people need to choose for themselves, but there is a flip side to this, WSF. They REFUSE to carry news of people who are very very ill as a result of taking the vaccination.

      1. My skepticism is personal. One of my sons went from a normal bright toddler to Asperger Syndrome after receiving the “usual” multiple childhood vaccinations. Cause/effect? Who knows. My late son, the Medic, wouldn’t allow his children to receive more than one shot at a time and insisted on reading the information sheet folded into the boxes holding the vaccine. He said most health professionals never bothered. I can assure anyone those health professionals met the most stubborn and determined parent of their career.
        Further, the Medic, as a child, never received multiple inoculations.

  3. Sorry to say this, but I’m not sure I’d place much credence in “International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research” or anything involving a “naturopathic oncologist” from Portland, OR. These particular individuals might not be full of shit (and I personally think that “Eastern” and “herbal” medicine are under-valued in the US and the West), but anything “naturopathic” attracts a LOT of fakes, frauds, and outright fools.

    This is not just an allopathic MD with fellowships in cardiovascular disease and separately in cardiovascular epidemiology from elite institutions trying to shut down the “competition”. This is 25+ years of working and publishing as a medical researcher looking back at what pans out and what hasn’t. Also, I have an engineering MS from MIT (actually an “SM” because MIT) and I can tell you that there are idiots (well, not low-IQ idiots, more like fools) aplenty at MIT even. Again, I don’t know Seneff, but an MIT affiliation doesn’t guarantee competence any more than a Harvard affiliation does.

    That said, I have from the beginning been concerned about the long-term effects of the supposed mRNA therapy. And the medical establishment is circling the wagons to destroy the careers and lives of “heretics”. Peter McCullough, MD, was Professor at Baylor Medical Center and a respected clinician and researcher in cardiology and cardiovascular epidemiology. He is a man who has my personal and professional respect. He was forced to give up his position and affiliation at Baylor, and recently was sued for having given a talk where his slides indicated an affiliation with Baylor. Clearly they are going after him with not just both barrels but more of a USS Liberty-type multiphase strafing, napalming and torpedoing attack. This is Establishment Medicine in action. Shameful.

    Regardless of whether Seneff and Nigh are correct in their article, it will not be helpful to convince skeptical friends and relatives. The point is to persuade and get people you care about to come to our side, NOT to bludgeon them over the head with stuff that is so far out of their worldview that they cannot even consider it. If it is possible to bring them to a halfway point of understanding (and then work on “bringing them over” in the fullness of time) that is more of a win than hitting them with truth they instinctively reject. IMNSHO.

    1. Add to that the concern of respiratory bacterial infections resulting from people breathing in their exhalate all day long for 18 months. We won’t see the effect for years…but proper blame to all the Cuomo’s will never be given. The Fowch should be in prison for crimes against humanity. Not holding my breath.

    2. Not that I’m presuming to tell you how or what to blog, Larry. I hope it didn’t come across that way.

      As far as “Cuomo didn’t kill himself”, I’m thinking the addendum “but the world might have been a better place if he had killed himself a decade or two ago.”

      1. Re: Cuomo, I’m in a foul mood this morning so I hope Mike_C will forgive me for adding “better late than never” to the conversation.

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