1. Australia officials cannot seem to answer a single straight forward question about mRNA shots, or ‘passports’
(The driving a car analogy would be more meaningful if A. his numbers are honest, which they are not, and B. if people who did not drive a car had to wear a special tag and were denied basic rights because they did not drive a car. The analogy is garbage.)
2. Ted Talk with Bill Gates in 2015 where he explains what he is planning to do to us in the from of a prediction.
(Generally speaking, the best way to predict the future is to make it. Just ask the hedge fund guys)
(Ok so now I totally see the point of taking an untested brand new technology gene therapy which already appears to have killed more people than any other ‘vaccine’. No, no I don’t really.)
Britons face having to self-isolate for 10 days if they are in close contact with an infected person after June 21 even if they have been fully vaccinated, reports claim.
The threat of having to quarantine will likely undermine plans to return to normality next month, even for those who have received two Covid jabs.
It could also mean a far slower return to the office for some, as a single infection could still spark a mass quarantine of staff, even if most have been vaccinated.
Having a subsequent negative test would not be enough to bring about an end to the quarantine.
Government sources say it is crucial that the contract tracing system stay in place because it is still possible for vaccinated people to pass on coronavirus.
One told The Telegraph: ‘There is still a risk of getting the virus and spreading it on.’
The news comes as the number of people in hospital with coronavirus in Bolton has more than tripled in a fortnight as the Manchester borough grapples with an outbreak of the highly-infectious Indian variant.
4. Protest at the creepy needle site in Toronto where 12 year olds are lured into taking an unapproved injection in exchange for ice cream.
This next one is problematic. The claim is that its parents protesting their own children being injected while police stop them from doing anything about it. It is sufficiently tyrannical that the government has done this thing, making 12 year olds able to be injected without parental knowledge or consent. But in this video one gets the sense that this is protestors protesting that principle, rather than their own specific children, which would be an order of magnitude worse.
A pop up vaccine clinic in Canada that is offering kids free ice cream in exchange for a vaccine, no parental permission required. Police are guarding the front to stop parents from intervening.
Canadians should be outraged. pic.twitter.com/FDovr1HjUq
— Mike The Mad Scientist (@MadMikeOfficial) May 24, 2021
5. Targeted energy weapons still afflicting US diplomats on foreign shores, and probably a lot more people.
Thank you M., Pauline, EB., ET., Johnny U., Richard, Hellequin GB., MissPiggy, Watchman 2, Michelle, Howard, Mad W., Xanthippa and many more for your dedication and willingness to think through things that upset your world view. One of the costs of freedom.
(Please look for more about this restaurant and its people in comments by EB in today’s Reader’s Links post)
‘You have been given a choice between tyranny or an injection. You have chosen the injection. And now you will get tyranny’. – in honour of Churchill.