1. Tony the Fauci at what has to be a shareholder’s meeting of ModeRNA or Pfizer, makes claims that have so little to do with science that he has to be the total and pure embodiment of science itself to sell this one.
DR. FAUCI: "Our booster vaccine regimens work against Omicron. At this point, there is no need for a variant-specific booster. And so the message remains clear: If you are unvaccinated, get vaccinated…if you are fully vaccinated, get your booster shot." pic.twitter.com/xkbKGWFMRl
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) December 16, 2021
(So the shots, which did not work against the minor variant of Delta, apparently does work against Omicron, which is supposed to be scary because of the massive number of variations it has from the legacy strain which the antibodies you make after the shot, target. But only so long as you get an additional shot of the same stuff. However many you have now, you need another. Then, you can be ‘safe’.)
Related: Twitter to punish people who post established truth: The injected can still spread Covid:
2. Euronews, the Soviet like propaganda organ of the European Union, explains that you all must submit your bodily autonomy immediately. Strong action must be taken etc. etc.
3. Netherlands: Like everywhere else, none of the Covid rules or restrictions apply. In the UK though we did learn you get fired for talking about the parties they have but we can’t.
Princess Amalia celebrated her 18th birthday in the Huis ten Bosch Palace garden on Saturday, and there were more people present than the maximum of four people allowed under the coronavirus rules. A spokesperson for government information service RVD confirmed this after a report by De Telegraaf.
It is not clear exactly how many guests were involved. Sources told De Telegraaf there were dozens of guests. In a letter to parliament, caretaker Prime Minister Mark Rutte said that 21 guests were invited and “not all came.” “The King has informed me that, on reflection, it was not good to organize it in this way,” Rutte said in the letter. “I think that’s a sensible response.”
The RVD and Rutte emphasized that all guests had been vaccinated and had taken a coronavirus test. “They also observed an appropriate distance. The family was convinced that they responsibly handled the coronavirus advice with this gathering outside and all the precautions taken.”
(Yeah I wanna see the videos before I believe they acted like the zombies they make of us)
(I wonder who didn’t get the board of directors position over at Jansen from the FDA?)
U.S. drug regulators this week formally strengthened a warning to Americans regarding a severe condition linked to Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine.
Blood clots and low blood platelet levels, known as thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS), are now listed as a contraindication, or a medical reason for somebody not to get the shot.
“Do not administer” the vaccine to individuals with a history of the set of conditions following the vaccine or any other adenovirus-vectored COVID-19 vaccine, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says in an updated fact sheet (pdf) for health care providers administering vaccines.
TTS has been reported in “a wide range of individuals 18 years and older” since administration of the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccine began earlier this year, regulators say.
(Some good news)
[…] Previous update:
After a judge found Virginia’s Fauquier Hospital in contempt of court in a lawsuit filed on behalf of a COVID-19 patient who was denied being prescribed Ivermectin, the hospital said Tuesday that it is complying with the court order.
Thank you M., Johnny U., Yucki, rdawg, Hans, ET., EB., X., C., and all who contributed this week so far.
You know, I’m strangely OK with this one:
Google told its employees that they would lose pay and eventually their jobs if they did not abide by the company’s COVID-19 vaccination policy, according to an internal memo obtained by CNBC.
Employees had until Dec. 3 to state their vaccination status to the company and upload the required documentation or to apply for a medical or religious exemption, according to the memo, CNBC reported.
Those employees who did not comply with the company’s policy by the Jan. 18 deadline would reportedly be placed on “paid administrative leave” for 30 days, according to the memo. Workers who do not meet the company’s requirements after the 30 days of paid leave would be placed on “unpaid personal leave” for up to 6 months.
Employees who still refuse to seek out a vaccine after the six-month deadline would be fired, CNBC reported.
Here’s a thought. How about all Google employees, vaxxed or not, who do not believe in forced medical testing on the unwilling, and consequently DO believe in individual bodily autonomy, quite Google and form a new company that:
Delivers real search results and not thought control
Does not prevent one side of an election from fund raising anywhere within its sphere of control (Yes Google did that to Trump)
Allows videos to be seen that the operator may disagree with, but is not a crime in the classical sense. Especially when it comes to medical opinions.
Then we have a win win! Google to Googleade!