About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

4 Replies to “Austrian politician, Gerald Grosz rants on regulations”

  1. Everything in life has a price, right? So if we use Mr. Grosz’s café example, then the price of an espresso has spiked astronomically in terms of your time and money spent jumping through prerequisite bureaucratic hoops. What’s an espresso at the café worth to you? How does that cost compare to taking action against this fresh uprising of totalitarianism? We’ve all seen this mess play out before. Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany, Imperialist Japan. Communist Spain, Communist China. You get the point. They all used the same pressure of imposing traveling papers for every little thing. This is old hat! So you decide if that espresso is worth such a price, or if it would be cheaper to fight the tyrants now, before they seize any further power.

    • I don’t know if this helps or not. But I got this email at around the same time as yours:

      Gain of Function research…

      See page 7 of this document for this segment below. This document is in the Reiner Fuellmich website. Remember that video the other day when Fauci was being grilled about Gain of Function and EcoHealth and funding the lab in Wuhan?


      The CDC and NIAID led by Anthony Fauci entered into trade among States (including, but not limited to working with EcoHealth Alliance Inc.) and with foreign nations (specifically, the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the Chinese Academy of Sciences) through the 2014 et seq National Institutes of Health Grant R01AI110964 to exploit their patent rights. This research was known to involve surface proteins in coronavirus that had the capacity to directly infect human respiratory systems. In flagrant violation of the NIH moratorium on gain of function research, NIAID and Ralph Baric persisted in working with chimeric coronavirus components specifically to amplify the pathogenicity of the biologic material.

      By October 2013, the Wuhan Institute of Virology 1 coronavirus S1 spike protein was described in NIAID’s funded work in China. This work involved NIAID, USAID, and Peter Daszak, the head of EcoHealth Alliance. This work, funded under R01AI079231, was pivotal in isolating and manipulating viral fragments selected from sites across China which contained high risk for severe human response.10

      By March 2015, both the virulence of the S1 spike protein and the ACE II receptor was known to present a considerable risk to human health. NIAID, EcoHealth Alliance and numerous researchers lamented the fact that the public was not sufficiently concerned about coronavirus to adequately fund their desired research.11

      • Wow, I use to read about all this stuff years ago but it started to drive me crazy and most didn’t appreciate it , kind of like now:)
        Do you happen to know why human beings started ever allow government officials make us turn on each other ? Kidding that’s a big question . I was wondering if you can use visa gift cards to donate ?

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