mRNA palsy again? and the right to protest is more of a government whim: Links

1. Another case of what looks like some kind of palsy after getting the experimental mRNA device called a “Covid vaccine” by some.

2. The right to peaceful protest is now over.

3. The FBI refers to the events of January 6th as a “riot”. which is still harsh in that a few dozen people went into the Capitol building and did next to nothing. They were unarmed to boot, and the leader was a BLM communist in MAGA drag. So even riot is harsh. But it sure wasn’t an “insurrection”.

4. ‘I did nothing wrong’: Mom punched at DC rally is now out of a job, and fearful she can’t get one

(Daughter destroys parent for having the wrong politics. How communist is that on a scale of 1 to 10?)

[…] Two days later, Duke’s daughter, 18-year-old Helena Duke, mocked her mother on Twitter, writing, “hi mom remember the time you told me I shouldn’t go to BLM protests bc they could get violent…this you?”

Now, Duke has lost her job of 15 years at UMass Memorial hospital. The medical center issued a statement Friday saying that it had “been made aware that one or more of our employees may have been involved at the violence,” and delivered another statement within hours saying “a caregiver who may have been involved in this week’s violent events at the nation’s capitol” was “no longer a part” of the organization.

“I did nothing wrong,” Duke insisted to the Herald. “I was the one who was assaulted.”

(18 is old enough to get a job and get her own place to live)

5. WARMINGTON: Stay home unless you’re making a TV series

You can’t go to a pub, restaurant, a movie, your office, the gym, a yoga studio, your place of worship or to visit your parents or grandparents. No proper weddings, funerals, medical appointments, hair or nail appointments, graduation ceremonies, birthday parties, basketball, ballet, karate, swimming, or music lessons, either.

Heck, Premier Doug Ford and Mayor John Tory don’t want you to leave your house!

But if you are filming a TV show or movie, the stay-at-home rules no longer apply.

Meanwhile, Toronto’s streets are either dead or filled with rental signs and bylaw enforcement officers. You can be arrested if you attend a stay-at-home, lockdown protest, or have a game of shinny in a backyard rink.

But no fines were handed out at Ontario Place Tuesday to those participating in a television production.

What was there Tuesday were four giant production tents for wardrobe, production, dining, and makeup. There were dozens of movie trailers, cars, equipment, and, of course, people at work.

(Maybe if some Torontonians put on a yellow vest and do citizens arrests and write phoney tickets out like Larry David’s wife did for driving hummers, they might get the message that we are not amused. Surely a citizens arrest would be legal. It normally is and at least it would force authorities to explain why these people are so special.)

Thank you M., Wrath of Khan, Richard, EB., PC., Coram Deo, Kalloi87, and all who are paying attention.

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4 Replies to “mRNA palsy again? and the right to protest is more of a government whim: Links”

  1. #1. Okay, okay. I am reading that this works with the immune system in a way that does not involve a deactivated or attenuated virus.
    https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/why-are-mrna-vaccines-so-exciting-2020121021599
    First, scientists learned how to modify mRNA so that it did not produce violent immune system reactions. Second, they learned how to encourage immune system cells to gobble up the mRNA as it passed by in the blood. Third, they learned how to coax those cells to make large amounts of the critical piece of protein. Finally, they learned how to enclose the mRNA inside microscopically small capsules to protect it from being destroyed by chemicals in our blood.

  2. 4.
    If this would have been my daughter, I’d have dumped all her personal stuff on the pavement.
    Let her see how REAL Life is and fend for herself.

  3. An alternative to protesting is to peacefully withdraw consent.

    Protests aren’t always a good strategy for the people.
    Protests can be used by the opposition and made to work against the people. We can learn from January 6th: Don’t get set up and don’t get fooled again.

    Stop pretending we live in a real democracy.

    Stop voting for corrupt establishment political parties: Build a new party or develop one of the small independent parties.

    The oligarchs won control because of our consent, which is consumerism. Cut you cable tv, buy local, take care of your health to the best of your ability, reject Hollywood movies,…

    …Another alternative is to phone and write local political representatives and community leaders.

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