Reader’s Links for December 12, 2021

Each day at just after midnight Eastern, a post like this one is created for contributors and readers of this site to upload news links and video links on the issues that concern this site. Most notably, Islam and its effects on Classical Civilization, and various forms of leftism from Soviet era communism, to postmodernism and all the flavours of galloping statism and totalitarianism such as Nazism and Fascism which are increasingly snuffing out the classical liberalism which created our near, miraculous civilization the West has been building since the time of Socrates.

This document was written around the time this site was created, for those who wish to understand what this site is about. And while our understanding of the world and events has grown since then, the basic ideas remain sound and true to the purpose.

So please post all links, thoughts and ideas that you feel will benefit the readers of this site to the comments under this post each day. And thank you all for your contributions.

This is the new Samizdat. We must use it while we can.

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

45 Replies to “Reader’s Links for December 12, 2021”

    • Kawasaki disease occurred at first in children with co-morbidities, but then in previously-healthy children. How was it known, exactly, how previously healthy the children were?

      Vascular inflammation disease that affects various organs (MIS-C or Kawasaki-like) comes after Covid-19 infection, but still occurs in vaccinated individuals. Both C-19 and vaccines contain the established pathogen that is the spike protein. Spike proteins cause inflammation. How to distinguish between C-19 derived Kawasaki and vaxx-derived Kawasaki? Only the proteins know for sure.

      If it is true that the C-19 virus has never been isolated (which I really don’t understand how this is true, but good doctors have said so) where is the solid predicate for subsequent studies?

      Just things that make me go Hmm.

      • It’s not that the COVID-SARS-2 virus has been isolated but it has NOT been isolated and purified – These distinctions are part of the game being played on us.

        Here is an article that attempts to explain what the difference is:

        By Julie Beal

        Hundreds of scientists questioned the discovery of HIV, alleged to be the first human retrovirus. They were critical of many aspects of this discovery, but they were all based on the fact that HIV was not provably isolated or purified. Since then, a handful of scientists have tried extending some of these criticisms to other viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, but their theories are flawed by a misunderstanding of, i) the difference between isolation and purification, and the limits of what can be achieved, ii) methods of genetic sequencing, and, iii) the uses and limits of PCR. All of these technologies have matured significantly since the 1980s and will be explored further in separate articles.

        There were plenty of valid reasons to question the alleged isolation of a HIV virus and hundreds of scientists agreed about this, including Kary Mullis[i] (the man who invented RT-PCR). But their arguments cannot be directly transferred to the rona (or other viruses) as this article seeks to show.

        The important thing to keep in mind throughout is that proof of isolation is not proof of something that causes disease. When an isolate of the rona is obtained, it is evidence that something very similar was inside the person the sample was taken from. The nature of this physical entity can also be confirmed by genetic sequencing, proteomics, electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, and yes, even RT-PCR. All of these details merely describe its form and constituents; they do not confirm that this entity causes disease but, for various reasons, it’s called ‘virus’ by those who study it.

        Proof of isolation is not proof of a naturally-occurring disease, either, because it’s possible to obtain an isolate from somebody who’s been infected with a virus that was designed and created by a human being.

        To find out if a virus-thing is able to cause disease, scientists look at symptoms and autopsy results, do experiments on animals, and see what happens to cell cultures infected with the virus, all of which seem like reasonable enquiries. But RT-PCR tests never prove disease.


    Muslim-Liberal Party Caucus Speaks To the Future of Canadian Society ( not legal but under Justine all things are possible)

    Liberal Muslim members of parliament, Omar Alghabra, Transportation Minister and Muslim who tried to introduce Shari’ah Law into Ontario before he switched to the Federal power, Muslim Ahmed Hussein, former Immigration Minister, the man who called Canadians racist and unCanadian, Iqra Khalid, aka as Loyal Sister Khalid by the boys at Palestine House, the Muslim who introduced M-103 and others meet on a regular basis to address Muslim communities issues.

    Open their meeting with prayer “In the name of God the most gracious, I want to welcome everyone to the Muslim-Liberal Caucus meeting.

    Try and open a meeting with the Lord’s Prayer

    George Orwell “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”

    Keep wearing your masks puppets – it will help with the transition to burkas.

  2. DAILY MAIL -Boris Johnson will address nation at 8PM TONIGHT as Covid alert level is raised from level 3 to level 4 due to Omicron surge: Cases of mutant strain rise by 65% in 24 hours with another 1,239 infections as total hits 3,137 and overall cases rise

    Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi revealed there are now Omicron cases being treated in UK hospitals

    Mr Zahawi said the variant represents a ‘huge bump in the road’ as the UK tries to recover from the pandemic

    LSHTM modelling suggests Omicron could cause anywhere from between 25,000 to 75,000 deaths

    Michael Gove is now said to be pushing for the introduction of stricter Covid-19 measures under ‘Plan C’

    But as Mr Johnson faces possibly his largest Tory revolt yet, Downing Street is resisting Gove’s calls

    Commons vote is set to be held on Tuesday over the Plan B measures where some Tories as expected to revolt


  3. DAILY MAIL – Manchester United’s big Covid outbreak: Red Devils struck by a number of positive tests with Tuesday’s clash against Brentford now in doubt… and is this why Victor Lindelof went off during Norwich win with breathing problems?

    A number of players and staff at Manchester United have returned positive tests
    It means their Premier League clash with Brentford is now at risk of taking place
    The news follows Tottenham’s recent postponements due to an outbreak
    Victor Lindelof went off with breathing difficulty during their win over Norwich


    There are fears the Omicron variant could continue to hit sporting fixtures as cases increase across the country.

  4. DAILY MAIL – Double-jabbed people who come into contact with Covid case should take daily lateral flow test for seven days from Tuesday, government says – but 10-day Omicron isolation is axed

    People who have had two jabs will not need to self isolate if they test negative
    They must isolate if they develop symptoms or test positive themselves
    Unvaccinated adults must continue to isolate if they are close contacts to a case
    Nadhim Zahawi revealed there are now patients with Omicron in UK hospitals

    […]People have been advised to order a box of seven lateral flow tests free of charge from NHS test and trace and to then log their results online

    […]It comes as new modelling suggests that, under one scenario, almost twice the number of coronavirus patients could be admitted to hospital compared with last year due to the impact of Omicron.

    […]The DHSC said anyone identified as a contact with a negative lateral flow test is ‘strongly advised’ to limit close contact with other people outside their household, especially in crowded or enclosed spaces and with anyone who is more vulnerable.

    […]Our latest analysis shows that boosters provide the best protection against the Omicron variant, please go forward when you are called.

    […]If you haven’t had any vaccine, a first and second dose still gives you protection against becoming seriously unwell. ‘Don’t worry about stepping forwards now – you will be warmly welcomed by our vaccination staff

    […]Mr Zahawi painted a grim picture of the spread of the mutant strain

    […]The minister’s call to potentially cancel Christmas for a second year running comes as scientists advising the Government have said tougher Covid restrictions may be needed to prevent Omicron causing anywhere between 25,000 to 75,000 deaths in England over the next five months.

    […]Mr Zahawi said 20million booster jabs have already been administered and ‘it is now a race to get all adults who are eligible for their booster jabs to be boosted as quickly as possible’.

    • sky news UK – Daily testing for double-jabbed COVID contacts

      The Government has announced that those who are fully vaccinated should take a daily lateral flow test for seven days if they come into contact with a COVID-19 case.

      Meanwhile unvaccinated adults must continue to self-isolate for 10 days if they are a contact of someone with COVID.

  5. CBC – Fauci on whether vaccine mandates could include boosters

    Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the U.S. pandemic response, speaks with Rosemary Barton on the pandemic, coronavirus variants and booster shots.

  6. Santa Claus is CONing to town! NYC holiday event kicks off

    Thousands of people dressed as Santas, elves, and other holiday characters – and even the Grinch! – have gathered in Times Square for the annual NYC SantaCon.

    The cost of tickets to enter the bars where the Santa-wannabes will be having their holiday fun will be donated to charity.


    An unauthorized demonstration took place in Greiz, Germany, where local police were deployed to patrol the rally against COVID restrictions.

    According to the authorities, about 50 vehicles, as well as water cannon, were deployed to disperse around 500 protesters throwing pyrotechnics, bottles and eggs at the officers.

  8. DEUTSCHE PRAVDA – Fact check: Why are there so many COVID vaccination breakthroughs?

    The number of vaccination breakthroughs is increasing in many places — and this trend is likely to continue with the omicron variant.

    These factors have been pushed by anti-vaccine campaigns online.

    But do vaccination breakthroughs really mean that COVID-19 vaccines don’t work?

    DW looks at the science.

  9. DEUTSCHE PRAVDA – Why Bulgaria has the lowest COVID vaccination rate in the EU

    Mobile vaccination teams are trying to help combat widespread vaccine hesitancy in Bulgaria, where mistrust in the government is commonplace.

    The country has the lowest vaccination rate in the EU.

  10. the gateway pundit – Man Takes 10 Covid Jabs in One Day on Behalf of Other People

    The Ministry of Health is investigating after a New Zealand man took 10 Covid jabs on behalf of other people in one single day.

    According to reports, the man who took the Covid vaccines on behalf of other people was paid to take the jabs.

    Vaccinologist and associate professor Helen Petousis-Harris was more concerned about the people who didn’t get their doses and brushed off concerns about the man who took multiple doses.

    “We know that people have in error been given the whole five doses in a vial instead of it being diluted, we know that has happened overseas, and we know with other vaccines errors have occurred and there has been no long-term problems,” Petousis-Harris said, calling the man’s actions “unbelievably selfish.”

    The New Zealand Herald reported:

    A man who was vaccinated against Covid-19 up to 10 times in one day on behalf of other people has been called “unbelievably selfish” and sparked an investigation.

    Astrid Koornneef, group manager operations for the Covid-19 vaccine and immunisation programme, said the Ministry of Health was aware of the issue and taking the matter very seriously.

    “We are very concerned about this situation and are working with the appropriate agencies,” she said.

    The ministry would not say where the incidents took place.

    Vaccinologist and associate professor Helen Petousis-Harris called the behaviour “unbelievably selfish” and taking advantage of somebody who needs some money.

    It could cause serious harm from the people who are not vaccinated, saying they are, and spreading the virus, she said.

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