Increasing censorship and suppression lays the foundation for greater unrest since it blocks genuine debate.
“Valuing voice is an antidote to dehumanization.” David McAlvany
Social media is a lens through which people see what the majority sees. What if the majority is wrong? How many have the courage to stick out amongst the masses? To be able to stand for freedom, seek truth, and to consistently better oneself by seeing multiple perspectives (including possibilities against the consensus of the day) is a challenge.
Labels divide us and we’ve been divided far too long.
“Hastiness and superficiality are the psychic disease of the 20th century and more than anywhere else this disease is reflected in the press. Such as it is, however, the press has become the major power within the Western countries, more powerful than the legislative power, the executive, and the judiciary.”
The real divide is not between left and right or black and white etc.- it’s between those who divide and exploit vs. everyone else. Unity is only found when the roots of corruption are confronted.
Children Rebel Against Masks on Flights – rules now more in line with WHO- old policy was anyone over the age of 2, now children from ages two to five don’t have to mask up if they’re unable to tolerate wearing one.
While the spectacle of civil unrest in the US played out, a friend of the US was busy bombing Syria yet that received very little coverage, perhaps because it was the 3rd attack in 10 days
Dominion machines hacked in real time Dec.30th during Senate hearing– this is in no way intended to endorse a side in the swamp that is US politics as it’s all really the 2 Party Illusion (aka Uniparty, aka Empire) but clearly there are serious trust issues that need to be addressed. Many other countries do not use machines at all and seem to do well with paper ballots
Mortality rates (for this pandemic we are in) in elderly countries are around 1%, and around 0.1-0.5% in younger countries (as per CDC IFR)
elderly couple in Spain shares sad kiss
Ivermectin (an anti-parasitic with anti-viral properties in use since 1981) is being used for treatment/prevention with great success in South America and a Dr. Pierre Kory made a presentation in the US Senate recently advocating for it’s use. It apparently is the best therapeutic that has been found so far (including HCQ) For more info see the PDF FLCCC-Ivermectin-in-the-prophylaxis-and-treatment-of-COVID Consult your doctor!
Vitamin D could prevent 90% of plague fatalities-PDF from German journal here Nutrients-12-03642
In other news…..
Trials are not designed to tell us if jabs will save lives- Diana Zuckerman PhD
Flamethrower drone torches wasp nests in China- terrifying really...and a clear marker of disconnection from nature
Antitrust suit involving 48 states aims to break up Fakebook for monopolistic practices- very little coverage on US media, this was from France24
Back to the plague though, I’ve included the following graphic for people to be able to understand the difference between CFR and IFR (as it pertains to ronafatality rates) IFR is a more realistic and accurate measure and was reported to be 0.26% back in March by the CDC.
Random comment of the day!- “Lockdown is a word that’s used in prisons, when the inmates become too unruly.
Quarantine is something you do with people who are actually ill. We need a new word for this, besides “Insanity.”
Given that, it now starts to make sense when folks argue that these climate policies are not worth the high cost; it’s not because they don’t care about the environment, it’s because these are anti-human policies that endanger survival and well being. That being said, we absolutely have to protect our soil, and clean our water & air as much as we can, but true environmentalism is much more than reductionist corporate carbontrading schemes. Furthermore, the climate debate and hysteria never seems to mention the unethical consequences of geoengineering
US almost ready to decriminalize weed but Senate (Rs) will likely reject it
If you’re bummed about the state of the world, watch this film. It’s based on the true story of a junkie/musician who reforms his life with the help of a ginger cat that he saves.
Sweden has seen an uptick in cases and deaths (still lower than much of Europe) recently and enacted more restrictions but they should be an absolute basketcase given that they’ve never gone above 20% mask wearing in their population even in the March/April peak and they had a much more relaxed set of restrictions from the start. Indeed as this YouGov graph shows, Nordic countries have been resistant to masks in general, in comparison to Europe.
One can make the case for masks though with data in other comparisons- this is Vermont vs. South Dakota- NPR
This picture is from a school in Ontario- as if school wasn’t depressing enough for children…..