Reader’s Links for February 11, 2022

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

38 Replies to “Reader’s Links for February 11, 2022”

  1. The social contract–seems like an applicable term–broke when the Trudeau government made claim to our bodies under fraudulent circumstances and real coercion.

    This contract is now being rewritten. Democracy has messy handwriting, but its message is clear. Transformation from Subject to Citizen is the order of the day.

    Those responsible must be held to account. This includes controlled opposition.


    Dug Ford mulling flying auto parts over the border. Funny how the government and legacy media blame truckers for costing the economy millions while the real waste is from government that won’t stop illegal restrictions.

  3. Amazing Polly Warning to Truckers

    The give-send-go people are trying to grab control of the trucker movement. Trojan horse alert. While everyone is focused on the court order to seize the money, these 4 “give-send-go” guys look like they are trying to usurp the movement. Eyes open.

    Amazing Polly says she was reported to Twitter and re-banned after submitting legitimate list of questions to this give-send-go tied group. So much for free speech, huh.

    • Justine Trudeau, Steven Guilbeault, Mark Carney, Chrystia Freeland, Omar Alghabra, Dough Ford, Christine Elliott, all the global elite should step down.

  4. twitter @disclosetv

    JUST IN – European Medicines Agency (EMA) investigates reports of “heavy menstrual bleeding and absence of menstruation” after mRNA Covid shots (Reuters)
    reuters – EU investigates reports of menstrual disorders after mRNA COVID shots

    The European Medicines Agency’s safety committee said on Friday it was reviewing reports of heavy menstrual bleeding and absence of menstruation from women who had received COVID vaccines from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna.

    The assessment was in view of reports of menstrual disorders after receiving either of the two vaccines, both based on messenger RNA technology, and it was not yet clear whether there was a causal link, the agency said.

    Menstrual disorders can occur due to a range of underlying medical conditions as well as from stress and tiredness, the EMA said, adding that cases of such disorders had also been reported following COVID-19 infection.

    Vaccination against COVID-19 was linked with a small, temporary change in menstrual cycle length, according to a recent study funded by the National Institutes of Health, which collected data from nearly 4,000 users of a smartphone app that tracks menstrual cycles.

    But the EMA said in December it had not established a link between changes in menstrual cycles and COVID-19 vaccines, after a study in Norway suggested some women had heavier periods after being inoculated.

    After reviewing the available evidence, the EMA’s Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC) said it decided to request an evaluation of all available data, including reports from patients and healthcare professionals, clinical trials and the published literature.

    The agency on Friday added that there was also no evidence to suggest that COVID-19 vaccines affected fertility.

  5. CTH – Tucker Carlson Interviews Dr Robert Malone

    Fox News host Tucker Carlson had an extensive interview with Dr Robert Malone to discuss the background events of the overall COVID-19 pandemic.

    The hour-long interview is being heralded as one of the deepest and most fascinating discussions as more information surfaces about how the COVID-19 pandemic has been exploited by large institutional interests.

    + VIDEO

      • Hard to believe this absolute clown has no idea of the number of people who have lost their jobs, businesses and lives from not getting operations and treatment on time.

        Doug Ford, you are a disgrace.

        Defender Children’s Health Defense CDC Report as of Feb4, 2022. Reporting numbers at less than 1%
        Vaccine adverse reactions 1,103,893

        Deaths 23,615

        Vaccine injuries 188,135 – – paralysis, heart attacks, myocarditis, Guilllian Barre Syndrome, Bell’s Palsy, pericarditis, blood clots, brain bleeds, loss of eye sight, pots disease, ………….

        Milo Edberg 6, just 6 years old was in the hospital for a minor procedure when a doctor suggested he be vaccinated. his mother was hesitant but said OK. The doctor assured her the vaccine was safe and harmless.
        That evening after receiving the shot, Milo was gasping for air, his mother called 911 and he was transported back to the hospital, intubated and diagnosed with myocarditis.

        He was perfectly fine and then he was not, he can’t even swallow his saliva, and cannot walk.

        How many people have died from the experimental vaccine?
        How many Canadians have been injured and their lives destroyed by these experimental vaccines?
        Who will look after them and pay the bills?
        How many people have died from missing treatments and operations?
        How many people have committed suicide?
        How many people have lost their jobs for not complying to YOUR mandates?
        How many healthcare workers, doctors, nurses, have lost their jobs?
        Children and young adults have a 99.97 survival rate IF they get Covid.

        Let me be perfectly clear.
        You Doug Ford, and Christine Elliott are the problem. You and all your “healthcare Officials” have denied old people proper drugs that could have saved them. You are either terribly stupid or just damn evil. You need to resign immediately and Christine Elliott with you.
        Shame on any police who support this tyranny.

    • The PCR test that was NEVER to be used to diagnose a disease in a human according to Kary Mullis, the man who won the Nobel Prize for inventing it.

  6. ctv – Lifting restrictions could cause anxiety for many as unknowns persist: experts

    As provinces begin lifting COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, psychology experts expect stress and anxiety to run high among those who remain wary of letting their guards down.

    It will take time for many to adjust, they say, but the quick approach some provinces are taking could make the transition more jarring.

    Alberta ended its vaccine certificate system on Wednesday, days before its mask requirements for students is set to drop, while Saskatchewan plans to do away with its vaccine mandate on Monday. Other provinces, including Ontario, have taken a more gradual approach to dismantling COVID-19 measures.

    Steve Joordens, a psychology professor at the University of Toronto, said it’s natural for people to feel conflicted as restrictions ease.

    Though many are tired of the mandates aimed at slowing the spread of the virus, there’s still some underlying fear.

    “In the back of our mind there’s this niggling anxiety of: are we doing this too soon?” Joordens said. “Are we going to end up getting our butts kicked again (by a new variant)? And given all the division we’re seeing right now, could this make things worse?”

    After two years of being told to avoid the virus, it will be hard for some people to switch their mindset, Joordens said.

    Limited PCR testing, which previously helped indicate how much COVID-19 was circulating, adds another complicated wrinkle by removing some of the information people used to weigh their own risk.

    Joordens expects the majority of people, even those who feel initial stress around reopening, will resume previous social interactions in public settings quite easily.

    But others, including people with conditions that make them more vulnerable, will have a harder time. For those who have linked certain scenarios — like large crowds and unmasked individuals — to threats of danger, Joordens said reopening could bring about conditions similar to post-traumatic stress disorder.

    “We really all need to understand that … we’re all weathering the same storm but we’re doing so in very different boats,” he said, adding that employers will need to be cognizant of that as work-from-home measures are relaxed.

    “Some of us, we’re feeling it on a much more emotional level. And those people are going to have a bit more trouble. They’re going to need a bit more understanding.”

    Sarah Olson, a mother of two in Calgary, said she’s feeling particularly anxious about her eight- and 11-year-old children going to class with unmasked peers next week.

    Olson, who had COVID-19 in December 2020, said she’s still feeling long COVID symptoms including “crushing levels of fatigue,” and worries about potential long-term impacts if her kids become infected. She also worries that many still don’t understand how the virus can impact people beyond short-term symptoms, as long COVID remains a largely mysterious condition.

    “I have every intention of still sending them to school with masks,” she said. “With Omicron not gone yet… it’s terrifying.”

    Raissa Zukowski, a 33-year-old Calgary resident who was born with spina bifida, feels the same way.

    Zukowski said she’s anxious about Alberta’s swift reopening approach, and often feels people don’t understand her trepidations.

    “Basically the response I get from a lot of people when I tried to explain it is: ‘Well, if you’re scared, just stay home,”‘ said Zukowski, who had a friend die of COVID-19. “I just wish more people would understand where people like me are coming from.”

    Dr. Scott Patten, a mood disorder and mental health expert with the University of Calgary, said anxiety can be heightened when people don’t feel they have the information they need to assess their risk, or when they don’t feel supported by those around them.

    That can be especially troubling for vulnerable groups, he said, adding that he expects them to experience “increasing anxiety through this transition.”

    “And that has secondary effects,” said Patten. “They may feel they need to take steps themselves to protect their safety, which could lead to greater isolation or withdrawal, which could also feed into the anxieties that they feel.”

    Patten said anxiety sometimes serves adaptive purposes — those anxious about getting COVID-19 were more likely to protect themselves by following public health guidelines.

    He said anxiety is maladaptive if it’s sparked by a situation where danger isn’t actually present. But COVID-19 has presented a real risk, especially for those more vulnerable to severe disease.

    “It’s probably going to take time for people to do things that they haven’t done in a while, and if those behaviors turn out to be safe, the anxieties will diminish over time,” Patten said. “(But) on the other hand, there are all these unknowns … so if people change their behaviours in ways that create actual danger and we have another big wave, there’s going to be all these negative effects.

    “It’s very difficult to predict what direction that’s going to go.”

  7. Pfizer postpones FDA request for Covid vaccine for kids under 5

    The company said it believes three doses “may provide a higher level of protection in this age group.”

    Pfizer-BioNTech is postponing its rolling application to the Food and Drug Administration to expand the use of its two-dose Covid-19 vaccine for children ages 6 months to 4 years.

    The move means that vaccines for this age group will not be available in the coming weeks, a setback for parents eager to vaccinate their young children.

    Pfizer said on Friday that it will wait for its data on a three-dose series of the vaccine, because it believes three doses “may provide a higher level of protection in this age group.” Data on the third dose is expected in early April, the company said.

    Pfizer said in December that two doses didn’t generate a strong enough immune response in its trial of children ages 2 to 4. For young children, Pfizer’s vaccine has a dosage of 3 micrograms. For children ages 5 to 11, the dosage is higher, at 10 micrograms.

    Still, the company asked the FDA this month to authorize these first two doses, with a plan to submit additional data in the coming weeks on a third dose. The full vaccination series would be three doses.

    The FDA was expected to publish an analysis of the Pfizer data Friday, ahead of an advisory committee meeting next week. The FDA said Friday the meeting has been postponed.

    Two people familiar with the FDA’s plans said there had already been a lot of pushback on the agency from outside experts who had concerns that Pfizer’s data wasn’t sufficient. The experts felt, one of the people said, that their concerns were “falling on deaf ears” within the agency.

    On Tuesday, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla told CNBC the chances are “very high” the FDA would authorize the vaccine for young children.

    “I think that they will be pleased with the data and they will approve,” Bourla told CNBC’s Meg Tirrell, while noting that the regulatory process still has to play out.

    Pfizer’s request for authorization for two doses was an unusual request, given that the first two shots didn’t work and there is no guarantee that adding a third dose will be sufficient.

    John Moore, a professor of microbiology and immunology at Weill Cornell Medical College, said Pfizer had to make a decision about which dose to study in the clinical trials.

    “They have to make the best guess about what dosage to use in young children and they got it wrong, they underdosed,” he said.

  8. PUTIN-MACRON: El francés se negó a hacerse una PCR para evitar que los rusos obtuvieran su ADN

    Moscú asegura que el presidente de Francia se negó a hacerse una prueba PCR antes del encuentro como marca el protoloco covid.

    Por eso , dicen, hubo que mantener la distancia de seguridad con esa gran mesa de 4 metros de largo.

    Según Francia, los servicios de seguridad de Macron se negaron a que se hiciera la prueba porque era darle a los rusos información sobe el ADN de Macron.

  9. Proposed bill by NDP would focus federal cash on climate change

    Northern Manitoba MP Niki Ashton is calling for a revamp to the Infrastructure Bank of Canada to see the federal government redirecting billions in funds to community-based climate-change initiatives.

  10. “LIVE Ottawa – RAW FootGE: FREEDOM Convoy 2022 Day 15 – Parliament Hill – Friday February 11 pt3” Ottawalks – Started streaming 8 minutes ago

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