Vaxx injury, doctors waking up, and who REALLY runs the USA: Links 2, April 19, 2022

1. Severe vaxx injury. I wonder how long this would last on Youtube

2. Queen’s BBC Jubilee excludes popular and iconic works of literature, includes the plagiarized and the woke

Among the selection is Canadian author Atwood’s 1985 dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale, which was later adapted into an award-winning TV series by Hulu.

Women’s Prize for Fiction winner Girl, Woman, Other by Evaristo also made the list, as well as Northern Irish poet Heaney’s 1966 collection Death of a Naturalist which received the 1995 Nobel Prize in Literature.

Life of Pi by Canadian author Yann Martel also features after its West End theatrical adaptation recently scooped a host of Olivier Awards.

The book was also adapted in 2012 into a blockbuster film starring Suraj Sharma, which won four Oscars including Best Director for Ang Lee.

Indian author Arundhati Roy makes the list with her 1997 novel The God of Small Things, which won the Booker Prize in 1997.

The 1962 cult classic A Clockwork Orange by English author Anthony Burgess is also among the titles alongside English-Indian author Salman Rushdie’s 1981 effort Midnight’s Children, with both books being later adapted into films.

Some notable titles did not make the list including the Harry Potter series by creator JK Rowling and JRR Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings.

(While not a Harry Potter fan, I think we know why Rowlings was not included. Her rejection of men in women’s sports based on the pseudo-reality that grants them an extra X chromosome merely by claiming to have one. The Daily Mail notices the badly done excuses for the choices and points out what appears to be hypocrisy to the uninitiated, but is dialectic force applied to move the culture ever leftward to those that get it.)

3. “Iron Beam” laser weapon counters multiple targets in live fire tests

(Personally I was against Iron Dome although OK with Iron fist. Iron Dome has no deterrent. The only cost of launching missiles at Israel was the cost of the missile. The iron Dome response missiles are about 1000X more expensive than the home made rockets the Muslims launch in their jihad against the one Jewish state. So a strong offensive response seemed more reasonable. Iron Fist, the small scale iron dome protecting tanks and so on, makes more sense. You can protect the lives within and the assets, and deliver a response on the spot. But THIS makes sense. It would be hard to overwhelm, and you could defeat basically any incoming missile within the realm of conventional physics. It would, if the processor is fast enough, be able to defeat the Russian hypersonic missiles they now have with nukes. because light is fast. Really fast. So I hope this gets deployed in large numbers around Israel.)

Rafael has successfully tested its Iron Beam laser weapon in various scenarios against steep-track threats, including UAVs, mortars, rockets, and anti-tank missiles. The weapon is set to complement Israel’s famous Iron Dome aerial defense system.

With its ability to intercept incoming missiles using anti-missiles guided by a sophisticated radar tracking system, Iron Dome has chalked up a remarkable success rate in recent Middle Eastern conflicts. But it has a number of drawbacks. The missiles that are the heart of the system cost over US$100,000 per shot and it has trouble with incoming threats at close ranges under 4 km (2.5 miles).

In contrast, Iron Beam is an optical fiber laser that can lock onto targets at the speed of light and destroy them within five seconds at a range of up to 7 km (4.3 miles). How powerful the laser is hasn’t been released, but it’s projected to soon be in the range of hundreds of kilowatts. In addition, each laser round costs about a dollar a shot, not counting hardware costs, and the ammunition is unlimited as long as electricity is available.

4. A few doctors appear to have had their morning coffee after two years of sleeping in.

This doctor also had a brush with reality. It may cost him though. Not promoting the pseudo-reality tends to have real consequences.

5. AT LAST! We know who is actually in charge of the United States of America. We always knew Biden was controlled, but now we know by who:

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3 Replies to “Vaxx injury, doctors waking up, and who REALLY runs the USA: Links 2, April 19, 2022”

  1. God, have mercy on Nikki Holland, and all those who have been injured. It is enough to make you crazy, watching a strong young person be turned into a virtual cadaver, all because of this insanity we are living. They will never tell her it was the vaccine.
    God have mercy on her and her loved ones. All we can hope for now is justice for her and others who have had their lives stolen.

  2. 3/ Adina Kutnicki would agree with you.
    Iron Dome enables appeasement. “Mowing the lawn” instead of salting the earth.

    While this analysis zeros in on the catastrophic failure(s) of the dangerous triad at Israel’s helm, namely, the Bennett’s need to deal with Lapid-Abbas arrangements, it is no less the case vis-à-vis the so-called guardians of democracy in D.C., in reality, the criminal, deep state ruling America; the heretofore birthplace and bastion of freedom and liberty.

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