Reader’s Links for February 24, 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.

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15 Replies to “Reader’s Links for February 24, 2022”

  1. German health insurance raises the alarm

    Vaccination side effects totally underestimated: At least ten times more cases than officially reported

    Andreas Schoefbeck, CEO of a big German health insurance, the BKK, is very concerned by the results of the analysis of the illness data of ten million policyholders. Critics have long doubted that the figures from the federal agency are realistic and have warned of an underreporting of cases. Now there is the first large-scale study that confirms this.
    If the figures are extrapolated for the year as a whole and for the population in Germany, it is likely that 2.5 to 3 million people in Germany have received medical treatment because of side effects of vaccination after corona vaccination.

    Four to five percent of those vaccinated went to the doctor because of side effects. Official numbers only speak of 0.3 percent.

    Schoefbeck calculates what that would mean for three million suspected cases in practice: 1.5 million working hours for doctors. 1,000 doctors would have nothing else to do for a year than continuously report suspected cases.

    Vaccination doctors should be careful not to inject the serum into a blood vessel. In practice, this means that the doctor pulls the plunger of the syringe slightly after the puncture and can thus determine whether blood is being drawn into the syringe. If so, he’ll look for another spot. This procedure was common practice in the past, but was no longer recommended for corona vaccinations because it can cause additional pain. Experienced physicians had little understanding for this, but were ridiculed or even scorned when criticized as not being up to date. Now the German federal agency for disease control (RKI) has quietly adopted that position. Animal models have shown that heart muscle inflammation can occur more frequently if the vaccine gets into the bloodstream.

  2. Whatever I thought yesterday isn’t good enough today. Not after seeing this article. Thanks Martin.

    Isn’t this the “Holy Grail”? Does it not answer so many questions? Doesn’t it take us from “nothing makes sense” to “ah-ha”? How about anyone who is not in the mood for themselves, their children or their friends to become digital slave “products” carries this article as their own eloquent “Vaxx Passport”? Share it far and wide even to those you know are hypnotized. Maybe they cannot unsee it.

    “Fauci, it vill be your jop to scare zee shit out uff zee vorld, ok?” said Schwab as he stroked the pussy in his lap. “Unt Gates you handle zee technological aspect–zee computing framevork. Unt Carney vill handle zee banking sector…”.

    Some saw the Senate not wanting to pass the Emergencies Act as the motivation for
    Dear Leader’s hasty recall. Others smelled the banks’ instant worry and hidden hands, knowing the arbritrariness of freezing accounts was but a stepping stone to an even greater threat to their own financial autonomy. After all, one of the first money lessons I gave my children was while walking downtown one summer afternoon. “You see the Parliament over there, guys? Now look at the buildings that face them directly here on Wellington Street.”

    Yes, the Royal Bank, Bank of Montreal, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Bank of Nova Scotia and maybe a couple of others sit directly across from Parliament with their grand brick and mortar representations. And it is anything but coincidental. Indeed, it both symbolizes and actualizes the Canadian banks are an extension of government, and to a great degree the weightier power in the balance of their fulcrum.

    In reality Trudeau has tipped his hand prematurely in a serious blunder. He has revealed to us the landscape he intends for our futures. From an economics perpective, government control over the means by which you divide and store the fruits of your labour (currency and savings), makes you a serf. People tend to be touchy about their money for good reason. No one wants to knock themselves out day after day, year after year at work, only to wake up one day to discover their Prime Minister–a man in way over his hair–has stolen or expired (digitally) their life’s savings. Curiously, people smell money danger faster, ostensibly, than they do the current injection threat to their own bodily safety and autonomy.

    Here is another smart money man, Rick Rule. He is a billionaire conservative (a seemingly rare beast). This interview nicely compliments the earthquake that will surely resonate from the great reveal that is the article above. Well worth watching:

    And here is an interesting insight from another man:

    As of this writing gold is up $60/oz, silver is up 3.3%, and Bitcoin is collapsing. Is this a Black Swan event? Is this the manifesting of a great red pill-ing? One can only hope.

  3. The only way we win is to get neutral people on our side before the autocrats. Watch this vid its about folks who remained neutral during history and in present day:

  4. national post – Leaked email shows Conservative MPs want colleagues to do more checks on frozen accounts

    ‘If verification cannot be provided, please do not communicate on individual cases’

    OTTAWA — Conservative MPs want their colleagues to use more restraint when sharing stories about bank accounts frozen under the Emergencies Act.

    In an email obtained exclusively by the National Post, Raquel Dancho and Dane Lloyd caution their fellow MPs not to share stories about constituents who have had their bank accounts frozen for supporting the trucker convoy without doing further checks.

    “In this charged environment, it’s critical that we communicate in a coordinated and accurate fashion. Doing otherwise gives the Liberals a chance to distract from their power grab and attack us instead,” the MPs wrote to their caucus colleagues Tuesday night.

    Dancho is the party’s public safety critic and Lloyd is the party’s emergency preparedness critic.

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau suspended the act on Wednesday, but earlier this week, Conservative MP Mark Strahl shared the story of a constituent named “Briane” who, according to Strahl, had her bank accounts frozen after donating $50 to the convoy. Conservative MP Marilyn Gladu said one of her constituents also had her assets frozen for buying a Freedom Convoy T-shirt.

    The Emergencies Act gives the government extraordinary powers to freeze the financial accounts of people supporting the convoy, but the RCMP has insisted they have only provided banks with the names of people who were “influencers” in the movement or trucking companies who had rigs parked illegally on Parliament Hill.

    “At no time did we provide a list of donors to financial institutions,” said the RCMP in a statement.

    Department officials testified to a parliamentary committee on Tuesday that the Emergencies Act would allow for convoy donors’ assets to be frozen, but said it was “very unlikely.”

    A leaked database of people who gave to a crowdfunding effort on the website GiveSendGo didn’t reveal a Briane from Chilliwack, B.C.

    In Lloyd and Dancho’s email they encouraged their colleagues to get letters from bank managers verifying that a constituent’s funds are frozen due to the act.

    “If verification cannot be provided, please do not communicate on individual cases.”

    In a statement Tuesday, Strahl said he verified Briane’s identity and saw proof that she donated to the convoy.

    “Briane is a real person. I have verified her first and last name and her address. I will not be sharing those details with anyone to protect her privacy,” he said. “While her name may not be on the hacked, stolen and illegally distributed GiveSendGo donor list, I have seen her donation receipt.”

    Strahl said he would not share further details about Briane.

    “To those of you, especially the media, demanding more details on Briane, having seen what has been said about her online today and what has been done to other convoy donors in the last weeks I am not going to help you dox her.”

    Conservative spokesman Christopher Martin-Chan said in an email the purpose of the memo was to help constituents.

    The purpose of the memo is to aid MPs in helping constituents; verification is important to avoid any misinformation or confusion.

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