Eric Clapton fights back, Vaxx seems not to prevent the disease very well: Links 1, July 23, 2021

There has been some discussion, most visibly on Stew Peters’ program, that these injections are actually nearly pure Graphene Oxide and less than 1% of the liquid is the actual mRNA material. Today I had a chance to ask a large group of scientists and doctors, very well known and qualified ones, who are all 100% against the use of these injections, what they thought of this theory. The answer from one of them was:

“Graphene oxide is black. These injections are clear. To produce the magentic effect it would need to be pure graphene oxide, and therefore would be black”.

Quoting from memory, but that was the gist of the answer.

It was my suspicion that the graphene oxide story was an attempt to discredit the actual science behind why these shots are a bad idea. So I was glad to clear that up.

1. Eric Clapton says he won’t play venues that require proof of vaccination

(CTV is a lot kinder to Eric Clapton than they are to any actual scientists or doctors who are opposed to the vaxx. Short of putting scare-quotes around one of Eric Clapton’s words, they report the story with less negativity than one has come to expect from the enemy propaganda outlet.)

LOS ANGELES — Eric Clapton will not perform at venues that require proof of vaccination.

“Following the PM’s announcement on Monday the 19th of July 2021, I feel honor bound to make an announcement of my own: I wish to say that I will not perform on any stage where there is a discriminated audience present. Unless there is provision made for all people to attend, I reserve the right to cancel the show,” Clapton said via statement posted onto architect, film producer and anti-vaxxer Robin Monotti Graziadei’s Telegram account.

The news follows U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement Tuesday that as restrictions on social gatherings lift, nightclubs must require guests to show a COVID-19 pass from the U.K.’s National Health Service upon entry for everyone over the age of 18.

Clapton has been releasing anti-vaccination and anti-lockdown statements and songs for close to a year now. In December 2020, Clapton joined fellow classic rocker turned anti-vaxxer Van Morrison on his song, “Stand and Deliver.” The song features lyrics including, “Do you wanna be a free man / Or do you wanna be a slave?” and “Dick Turpin wore a mask too.” Variety critics ranked it as one of the worst songs of 2020.

In an earlier release Clapton detailed a “disastrous” experience with the AstraZeneca vaccine for which he blamed “propaganda” for pushing on him. The musician continued on revealing that he suffers from “peripheral neuropathy and should never have gone near the needle.”

A rep for Clapton did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

(Mr. Clapton shows media savvy.)

2. The past and future global scam

3. 49 Fully Vaccinated New Jersey Residents Have Died From COVID-19

About four dozen fully vaccinated people in New Jersey have died from COVID-19, health officials say.

Forty-nine deaths among the population have been recorded since December 2020, the New Jersey Department of Health confirmed to The Epoch Times.

Some 5,300 people who had not gotten a vaccine also died with COVID-19.

The 49 deaths come from the pool of 4.8 million residents who have gotten a vaccine, making the death rate slightly greater than one in 100,000 fully vaccinated people.

“That means vaccines are about 99.999 percent effective in preventing deaths due to COVID-19,” Dr. Ed Lifshitz, medical director of the department’s Communicable Disease Service, said in an emailed statement. […]

As of July 12, nearly 5,500 people have been hospitalized or have died despite being fully vaccinated, according to reporting from 48 states and territories to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The death count stands at 1,063. However, reporting is voluntary and the number is likely an undercount, health officials say.

Other states have also recently reported breakthrough deaths.

4. Meanwhile, the population replacement through unrestricted illegal migration to Western culture nations continue unabated while travel by working natives is near impossible.

5. Foreign actors could blackmail, threaten voters and politicians next election: CSIS

Canadians should be on alert for foreign interference in the upcoming election, according to the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS).

In its special report on foreign interference threats, CSIS believes foreign actors may attempt to blackmail and threaten voters and politicians to influence the outcome of the upcoming federal election.

“State actors may use threats, bribery or blackmail to affect the voting behaviour of individuals inside or outside of communities,” reads the report.

“Individuals may be threatened or fear reprisal for themselves or their loved ones in Canada or abroad if they fail to comply with publicly supporting a particular candidate or contributing funds to the foreign state’s preferred party.

“While state actors may use coercive techniques to achieve their objectives, they may also use flattery, promise compensation, or appeal to an individual’s sense of pride towards another country to elicit the desired behaviour.”

(China, and for Trudeau. But frankly the NDP and “Conservative” party aren’t any different from what can be seen over the past few years. I highly doubt China will coerce for Maxime Bernier.)

Thank you all who contributed to this post. There are many and there is much more to come.

This weekend promises to be highly active now that France has passed its most fascist law since it was occupied by the Nazis. And other nations are following suit with the mandatory vaxx. France and the UK appear ready to have mass demonstrations. Which at this point seem more to be pressure valves than actually accomplishing anything at all.

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13 Replies to “Eric Clapton fights back, Vaxx seems not to prevent the disease very well: Links 1, July 23, 2021”


    I completely understand the female athletes’ objection to the skimpy little cheek-pants they have to wear seemingly in every event but there’s a reality that they’re going to have to face if they decide to be more modest. The fact is that the only reason I watch womens’ athletics is that the girls are unbelievably sexy and even though I hate porn, I just love watching Daphne Schippers’s perfect ass as she steams down the track and wins another medal.

    I truly do sympathize and would feel really dumb wearing such a uniform in front of all those people, but I promise you that revenue will drop off precipitously if they start wearing leggings and loose t-shirts. It’s just an unpleasant fact of life. The world just darn well works the way the world works…

    • I hear women talk exactly the same way about football and baseball players.

      Darwin is no fool. Reproduction has to be a really strong drive or we really wouldn’t bother with it when there is so much good on TV.

      • Have you ever noticed that the Olympic girls, no matter what their faces look like, are all really hot? That level of physical fitness makes you sexy no matter how much you might not look like Grace Kelly… Come to think of it though, Princess Grace wasn’t exactly out of shape herself and Elizabeth Montgomery had the most perfect physique a woman could have. It’s not a new concept and Beyonce works out vigorously for hours every day…

        • I really like this chick. I say “Chick” because it was my whole life until communist tacticians made the word evil, when it ALWAYS MEANT a perfect equivalent of “guys”. Guys & Chicks.

          It was just a hip term for females like guys was for males.

          Anyway this model has it right.

          • Reading what you and Chris Jones have to say, I no longer feel guilty — Years ago my girlfriend and I had a double date with a couple of University “Guys”, who after taking us to dinner very casually suggested we go to this remote beach and enjoy the evening. Upon arrival, it took about 10 seconds for them to suggest we go skinny dipping. We agreed to meet them down by the water. They stripped, we took their clothes and left. LOL. Many years later one of them became a politician and I had to figure a way of not attending a dinner honouring him. LOL. Hmmm “no matter what heir faces look like, are all really hot – you sound like a couple of good old boys. Tsk, tsk

          • There were two take aways on that clip, the model who is right about the patriarchy and Tim about how originally the idea was to have people who were committed to the community be the only ones who vote. The Founding Fathers wanted to make you go our of your way to register to vote and then to vote to ensure that the lazy unpatriotic people wouldn’t take over the government.

  2. If I was 25-years-old with no history of lung disease why on earth would I take the vaccine? It’s simple logic. Covid-19 is not pneumonic plague or ebola, it’s just a bad cold, and creates no threat to my life other than the threat of dying from the bloody vaccine if I get unlucky. I don’t get how the authorities can’t see that obvious piece of logic. Young people would have to be crazy to risk the vaccine when the “pandemic” represents virtually no risk to them at all…

  3. The people behind that “graphene oxide” research seem questionable to me. They use the word ‘fuck’ a lot for Doctors, that’s the first thing I noticed.

    You don’t need an overdose of graphene oxide to produce the magnetic effect. From SPIONS to paramagnetic proteins, there is a lot to choose from especially if something is harvesting iron from the blood. And hydrogel DOES contain magnetic particles.

  4. 3- So why base a vaccine passport on something that doesn’t work? 99.999 % effective preventing death due to Covid, it says. How is that? It isn’t known if the whole population was exposed to the virus. Only if it were known for certain that every vaccinated resident in that area was exposed could this claim begin to be true. And even then, how many millions of people have survived Covid-19 without the injection? So it is that this doctor’s claim looks more like wishful thinking.

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