Biden removes all women’s rights in Afghanistan in an instant: Links 1, July 6, 2021

1. Pfizer vaccine efficacy drops in Israel amid rapid spread of Indian variant… but No10 insists two doses are still highly effective

(As usual, the only answer is more injections of more experimental goo which increasingly seems to be killing and maiming more people than the disease in groups up to late middle age)

Israel has downgraded the efficacy of Pfizer’s Covid vaccine amid the rapid spread of the Indian variant.

Health chiefs there now claim the jab blocks 64 per cent of infections, compared to 94 per cent in May before the mutant strain took hold.

Ministers reportedly described the data as ‘disturbing’.

But the same statistics showed the jab still protects against serious illness, slashing the risk of being hospitalised by 93 per cent.

For comparison, Israeli news website Ynet reported the efficacy figure throughout May was slightly above the 98 per cent mark.

The figures are in line with real-world data from Britain’s vaccine roll-out, which has saved tens of thousands of lives in the face of the rapidly-spreading Indian variant.

(The suppression of effective treatments in a way which is unprecedented in world history, perhaps even more than the treatment of recreational drugs under Raegan since you could still prescribe similar ones for medical reasons then, has to be a key to what is actually going on here.)

2. Just a fun article from 2016, not connected to anything at all really. Just fun. Scientists come up with a magnetic micro substance that can remotely affect the behaviour of living things.

“Badass” new method uses a magnetised protein to activate brain cells rapidly, reversibly, and non-invasively

Researchers in the United States have developed a new method for controlling the brain circuits associated with complex animal behaviours, using genetic engineering to create a magnetised protein that activates specific groups of nerve cells from a distance.

Understanding how the brain generates behaviour is one of the ultimate goals of neuroscience – and one of its most difficult questions. In recent years, researchers have developed a number of methods that enable them to remotely control specified groups of neurons and to probe the workings of neuronal circuits.

The most powerful of these is a method called optogenetics, which enables researchers to switch populations of related neurons on or off on a millisecond-by-millisecond timescale with pulses of laser light. Another recently developed method, called chemogenetics, uses engineered proteins that are activated by designer drugs and can be targeted to specific cell types.

Although powerful, both of these methods have drawbacks. Optogenetics is invasive, requiring insertion of optical fibres that deliver the light pulses into the brain and, furthermore, the extent to which the light penetrates the dense brain tissue is severely limited. Chemogenetic approaches overcome both of these limitations, but typically induce biochemical reactions that take several seconds to activate nerve cells.

(It goes on like that at The Guardian)

3. Afghan troops are surrendering to the Taliban en masse. Condolences to all the men and women who fought for freedom for the Afghan peoples and lost lives, friends, and health in those mountains, to see it all given away in this manner.

Afghan troops are filmed laying down arms as US general overseeing NATO exit says he’s shocked by how quickly they’ve surrendered to the Taliban and 1,000 are caught fleeing the country

Afghan troops have been filmed laying down their arms to the Taliban as the terror group shows off the American-made weapons it has seized after US and Nato troops beat a hasty retreat. 

The Afghan army is collapsing across the country and the Taliban appear to be winning the propaganda war with videos to prove that they will welcome surrendering soldiers – as long as they hand over their state-of-the-art weapons and Humvee armoured cars. 

The US left Bagram Airfield last week – its fortress in the country for nearly 20 years – by slipping away in the night without telling the base’s new Afghan commander who discovered they had gone the next morning.

(For people looking for entertainment of the enemy propaganda kind, it might be fun to search MSM sources, especially Canadian, to see how they report on the US departure. Will they talk about the fact that women’s rights in Afghanistan for so much as a public school education is now not just non-existent, but likely a death penalty offence? It is interesting that Biden said “The drawdown will be complete on September 11”. What is he signalling there? Why is it the party and people who exclaim on women’s rights the most work to its opposite effect? Because with the left, the point is never the point, the revolution is always the point. A proper understanding of that, gives real clarity to contemporary world events.)

4. ‘World’s MOST transmissible Covid variant’ has now been spotted in 31 countries: Scientists baffled why ‘more lethal, more infectious’ Lambda strain isn’t taking over from Delta

(Just FYI: Viruses usually, meaning pretty much always, mutate to a more contagious but less dangerous form. This is how evolution works. The good news, is that the Greek Alphabet only has 24 letters.)

The troublesome Lambda Covid variant has now been spotted in 31 countries after Australia became the latest nation to detect it. 

The mutant strain caught the attention of World Health Organization bosses after it was spotted in the UK, US and Germany. 

Thought to have originated in Peru last summer, it quickly spiralled and now makes up almost 81 per cent of the South American country’s cases. 

Doctors monitoring its growth fear it spreads easier than other strains, including the Indian version that has caused havoc across the world. 

But coronavirus-tracking scientists are puzzled about the true transmissibility of the variant, given it was first spotted in Britain and February and has yet to take off.

They have yet to uncover any proof the variant is actually any more contagious than existing strains, including Delta or ‘Delta Plus’. 

Others also insist there is no evidence to suggest it is deadlier, despite some doctors linking its spread to Peru having the world’s worst Covid mortality rate.

And a promising study showed both the Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines are effective at reducing serious illness caused by the strain.

Australia became the latest country to detect Lambda, it was revealed today. But the case also dates back several months. 

5. Nurse: More and more patients because of vaccination side effects

(Translated by Hellequin GB with much thanks)

We now have more people coming to the emergency room with questionable side effects such as sensory disorders, paralysis, permanent headaches after vaccination, visual disturbances, cardiological problems than we have ever had with corona patients.
And with all the strokes you can no longer ask whether they have been vaccinated and when.

As far as the CT values ??are concerned, we only differentiate between a positive or a negative PCR test.
The Ct value is not specified – not from the start.

When asked why there is no more influenza, I can only say that in March of last year we still tested for corona, influenza A and B when someone came with flu symptoms.
At some point in the course of spring 2020 that stopped and it was only tested for Corona.

And as for the marginalization of the unvaccinated, this ordeal continues.
Last week I received an e-mail from the management that those who have recovered and those who have been vaccinated can now take a break together again.
Unfortunately, one could not make the offer to the others.
I mean I don’t really care – all the vaccinated people should take a break together.
But I’m really fed up with this discrimination.
I’m starting to wonder why you don’t have to wear a mark as not vaccinated.
What are convalescent and vaccinated people afraid of?
They are supposedly super protected with it and nothing can happen to them anymore.
I haven’t understood this logic in this whole story for a long time.

Source: Pflege- und Krankenhauspersonal für Aufklärung (Educational Nursing and Hospital Staff)

Thank you Johnny U., Hellequin GB., PC., Sassy, M., ET., EB. and all who took the night watch for ET.

 

 

About Eeyore

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

3 Replies to “Biden removes all women’s rights in Afghanistan in an instant: Links 1, July 6, 2021”

  1. ITEM 5: I just posted on Readers’ Links a few photos and testimonies of a private FB account. It would be well worth getting access to the account.

    • I hold all the politicians responsible for this nightmare THEY have created – – I want to volunteer to put the rope around some of their necks after the trials.

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