Occasional good news pops up like spring flowers: Links 1, April 29, 2022

1. Denmark becomes first country to suspend Covid vaccinations as virus is brought under control

(As virus is brought under control is more likely damage control than anything to do with a virus)

The government will no longer issue vaccination invitations after May 15 – although a booster programme may resume later in the year

Denmark has become the first country to suspend its Covid-19 vaccination programme as its health authority said the virus had been brought under control. 

The Danish Health Authority said high levels of vaccination, a drop in the number of new infections, and stabilising hospitalisation rates were contributing factors to the decision to halt the national immunisation drive. 

Denmark’s government became the first EU country to remove all pandemic-related domestic restrictions on February 1, when it announced the virus was no longer considered a critical threat.

About 81 per cent of Denmark’s 5.8 million inhabitants are fully vaccinated with two doses of the vaccine, and a further 62 per cent have received a booster jab.

2. Italy Announces Rollout of Dystopian ‘Social Credit System’ to “Conserve Resources” – First of its Kind in the EU – Compliant Citizens Will Be Rewarded for “Good Behavior”

Social credit scores are already in use in various places around the world, but nowhere more than in the communist hell hole that is China. The dystopian measurement acts in a similar fashion to a traditional credit score, however, as the name indicates, one’s score has little to do with their financial prospects or ability to pay off debt on time – social scores are all about your level of compliance to the regime and acceptance of the approved narrative.

For example, if social credit scores were in full effect in the United States and you were to donate money to a company like the National Rifle Association (NRA) or buy stocks in oil – pretty much anything deemed far-right or environmentally damaging by the establishment – your score would take a hit. Too many hits and, you guessed it, there goes your purchasing power and ability.

3. And yet they banned Alex Jones from Twitter!

4. Warning: Elon Musk is Supplying Globalists With Technology to Control Our Minds

(Secondary warning: This could be very disappointing to those who hoped Elon was a path back to an individualist world)

  • Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum are ecstatic that transhumanist Elon Musk will start testing brain implants in humans this year.

During a 2017 World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting, Klaus Schwab asked Google co-founder Sergey Brin if he could envision a future where everyone has a brain chip.

Big Data digital tools are developing rapidly, said the founder of the WEF. “Can you imagine that in 10 years, when we are sitting here, we have an implant in our brains, and you all will have implants – we can measure your brain waves, and I can immediately tell how people react, or I can feel how people react to your answers? Is that imaginable?”

“That’s imaginable,” Brin replied, then sketched a transhumanist future where consciousness is shifted to machines.

“You’re basically transplanted to the internet to live forever in the digital world,” he said. “In your biological incarnation, you can then become very old.”

5. Governor signs law making ivermectin available without prescription

(Let us hope there is a kind hearted person who is business minded that lives near a post office in Tennessee)

Just one day after the Food and Drug Administration revived its war against COVID-19 treatment ivermectin, disingenuously calling it a “horse dewormer,” Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed a law allowing residents to access the treatment without a prescription.

The FDA’s renewed attacks this week developed when it said the word ivermectin was trending on the newly liberated Twitterverse under Elon Musk.

“Hold your horses, y’all. Ivermectin may be trending, but it still isn’t authorized or approved to treat COVID-19,” Joe Biden’s agenda said.

But on Wednesday, a report from Liberty Counsel confirmed that Lee signed into law a plan making the “award-winning antiviral drug … available for the treatment of COVID-19 without a prescription.”

Thank you all for all your efforts to attempt to pierce with shiny bits of reality,  the pseudo-reality so many kind of zombie-walk through.

And in that spirit, do try THIS search engine. Reminds me of the old days when you searched for something and actually got it instead of the communist view of it.



About Eeyore

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

8 Replies to “Occasional good news pops up like spring flowers: Links 1, April 29, 2022”

  1. Neuralink was founded in 2016, but “they” have been toying with this brain chip thing for a long long time.

    We have ways, just be good and comply,
    or a robot might stick one in your eye.

    When you are old and grey
    Take down this book
    And dream of the soft look
    your eye once had.

    This was the era
    When everyone was’t deemed sick
    Before the freaks
    put? a chip in your head.

  2. ** Moderna announces vaccine production facility to be built in the Montreal area **

    MONTREAL – Moderna’s new vaccine factory in the Montreal area will be able to produce 100 million doses of mRNA vaccines a year and will help develop top scientific talent in Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday.

    Trudeau was alongside Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel and Quebec Premier François Legault at McGill University to announce that the American vaccine maker plans to build its first factory in Canada.

    “It’s important to have manufacturing in Canada,” Trudeau told reporters, adding that the facility will create hundreds of jobs in the region.

    Moderna’s new facility will produce mRNA vaccines not only against COVID-19 but also ones that target various respiratory viruses, including influenza and respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV.


  3. ** Hamilton will move ahead with plans to terminate unvaccinated employees next month **

    A union representing public transit workers in Hamilton is vowing to fight a decision by city council to move ahead with terminating unvaccinated employees as soon as next month.

    City staff had previously recommended that council suspend the city’s mandatory vaccination policy, except for new hires.

    But during a meeting on Wednesday council voted to keep the policy in place for the time being.

    The decision paves the way for hundreds of non-compliant workers to be terminated after May 31, unless they provide proof that they have been fully vaccinated.

    “It is irresponsible for this city council to cast a vote to terminate hard working employees, who have served on the front lines for the last two years during COVID-19, especially during times without any protection,” Amalgamated Transit Union Local 107, which represents Hamilton Street Railway employees, said in a statement issued on Thursday. “To come to this conclusion now is disrespectful and completely unfair to all frontline city and transit workers who continue to work and serve this community daily.”

    The City of Hamilton has said that about 94 per cent of its employees are fully vaccinated and in compliance with the policy.

    However, that still leaves approximately 500 people who could now face termination.


    • That’s probably prudent.
      Otherwise they’d be cleaned out in hours by enterprising middlemen. Who could make a bundle re-selling it to poor critters like me – in the People’s Republic of Taxachusetts.

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