Reader’s Links for November 9th, 2022

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

24 Replies to “Reader’s Links for November 9th, 2022”

  1. “Captain Alan Dana: The Implications of the Experimental Covid-19 Injections on Air Travel” World Council for Health – Published November 8, 2022

    “Dr Chris Shoemaker: What You’re Not Being Told About Covid-19 mRNA Injections” World Council for Health – Published November 8, 2022

  2. I like this short video because it has nothing to do with anything going on today, except maybe on a level so deep I could care less:

  3. 38 min on the Doom Loop, which we are now into. AKA the central bank Catch-22. Printing money begets higher inflation begets higher interest rates begets more printing begets more inflation. There’s no way out, and central bankers have known this for years. Soooo,..enter stage left CBDCs. Miraculously these will be sold, or imposed under dire economic and financial circumstances. They will be utterly useless, of course, in terms of fixing the economies because they remain fiat in digital form. They will, however, have fantastic utility for control. The fly in the ointment remains Eastern demand for gold, which most certainly means a contest is afoot over the planet’s bifurcating operating systems.

    • Dr. William Makis, MD mention prion disease.

      “Richard Pottorff’s wife came down with CJD, a fatal prion disease, a week after getting the shot” stkirsch – Published October 25, 2022

      21:10 – Dr. Michael Alexander Marshall… Rachel Notley… 23:10 last year if she’s elected… “We need to figure out who isn’t vaccinated against COVID-19, why they’re not, educated them and then take the vaccines directly to them.”
      -Rachel Notley

      Educate Rachel Notley

      The COVID Pandemic and the mRNA Vaccine: What Is the Truth?
      Dr. Russell L. Blaylock – April 22, 2022


      It is also interesting to note that with the arrival of this “pandemic” we have witnessed a surge in hospital corporate chains buying up a number of these financially at-risk hospitals.[1 , 54] It has been noted that billions in Federal Covid aid is being used by these hospital giants to acquire these financially endangered hospitals, further increasing the power of corporate medicine over physician independence. Physicians expelled from their hospitals are finding it difficult to find other hospitals staffs to join since they too may be owned by the same corporate giant. As a result, vaccine mandate policies include far larger numbers of hospital employees. For example, Mayo Clinic fired 700 employees for exercising their right to refuse a dangerous, essentially untested experimental vaccine.[51 , 57] Mayo Clinic did this despite the fact that many of these employees worked during the worst of the epidemic and are being fired when the Omicron variant is the dominant strain of the virus, has the pathogenicity of a common cold for most and the vaccines are ineffective in preventing the infection.

      In addition, it has been proven that the vaccinated asymptomatic person has a nasopharyngeal titer of the virus as high as an infected unvaccinated person. If the purpose of the vaccine mandate is to prevent viral spread among the hospital staff and patients, then it is the vaccinated who present the greatest risk of transmission, not the unvaccinated. The difference is that a sick unvaccinated person would not go to work, the asymptomatic vaccinated spreader will.

      What we do know is that major medical centers, such as Mayo Clinic, receive tens of millions of dollars in NIH grants each year as well as monies from the pharmaceutical makers of these experimental “vaccines”. In my view, that is the real consideration driving these policies. If this could be proven in a court of law the administrators making these mandates should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law and sued by all injured parties.

  4. BBC – Cloudside man who served mince pies in lockdown jailed

    A man who broke Covid lockdown rules by serving wine and mince pies at a shooting club, then later attempted to destroy evidence, has been jailed.

    Licence holder Maurice Snelling broke tier three restrictions at Cloudside Shooting Grounds in 2020.

    At the time, venues in Staffordshire were only allowed to operate as a takeaway or a drive-through.

    Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court heard the 72-year-old claimed his premises was in Cheshire, which was in tier two.

    The rules there allowed customers to consume alcohol inside a venue if accompanied by a substantial meal.

    Snelling, of Cloudside, had pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice at an earlier hearing and was sentenced on Tuesday to six months in prison.

    He had claimed that because the grounds had a CW12 postcode he had not breached regulations, the Local Democracy Reporting Service said.

    ‘Angry and demanding’
    But Circuit Judge David Fletcher rejected this as the defendant had lived in the area for 30 years and had his bins emptied by Staffordshire Moorlands District Council.

    He said: “I find it hard to believe that Mr Snelling didn’t know which lockdown tier he was in.”

    The allegations came to light after residents reported concerns about gatherings at the club, between Congleton and Rushton Spencer, in December 2020 and January 2021.

    The court heard Snelling did not respond to requests by Staffordshire Police to review CCTV footage and he later contacted CCTV contractor, Welch Services, to ask for the hard drive to be removed from the system.

    Prosecutor Ben Lawrence said: “Mr Snelling was angry and demanding.”

    The company felt uncomfortable and instead gave a copy to the police, informing them Snelling might claim a leak had damaged the footage.

    Thomas Sherrington, mitigating, said his client genuinely believed the premises fell into Cheshire and since proceedings had started, he had suffered multiple heart attacks and the prognosis was “grim”.

    He added: “This has tarnished his reputation. He believed he was targeted by neighbours and this built up resentment of a man with good character.”

    But Judge Fletcher said the offence “strikes at the heart of justice”.

    The judge said: “[Snelling] is anti-establishment, especially to the police. He doesn’t like being told what to do. He treated police with resentment.”

    StokeonTrentLive previously reported the club had had its licence to serve alcohol revoked.

  5. twitter @SaitoJr

    Funcionários da Smartmatic (fabricante das urnas brasileiras), foram acusados de fraudar as eleições do Quênia..
    São as mesmas urnas do Brasil. E agora?


    SEPTEMBER 2022 – Philippines “The Manila Times”Smartmatic employees accused of hacking Kenya’s election

    THE Manila Times reported on Thursday that the “Commission on Elections (Comelec) wants brand-new vote counting machines (VCMs) for the 2025 midterm elections, warning that reusing the 90,000 old VCMs would lead to problems because the machines are already obsolete.”

    Comelec Chairman George Erwin Garcia “pointed out that 1,300 VCMs conked out during the last May 9 presidential elections,” and he is sure that “there will be more [VCMs that will malfunction and] that will give us problems in the coming elections.”

    According to Garcia, some 106,000 VCMs were used in the 2022 polls. Of these, 97,000 were owned by the Comelec, while the remaining 9,000 were rented from Smartmatic Corp. He added, “I will pursue to my last breath and blood the retirement of the 90,000 counting machines.”

    Is this a prelude to conditioning the minds of the public that Comelec would buy 90,000 VCMs from Smartmatic again? This sounds suspicious, considering that there have been calls since 2010 to ban Smartmatic from supplying voting machines to Comelec. In fact, I can still remember Garcia complaining against Smartmatic during the pendency of their electoral protest for the vice president position in 2016. He was not only complaining but, in fact, also accusing Smartmatic of cheating in favor of certain candidates.

    I advised my fellow electoral reform advocates not to lose hope because one of us, Dr. Nelson J. Celis, has already been appointed as a Comelec commissioner. Celis is a known adversary of Smartmatic. However, since his designation as one of the poll body’s commissioners, he has remained silent on this issue.

    Smartmatic allegedly hacked Kenya’s presidential election.

    The remaining half of this column should have been dedicated to the various suspicions of fraud against Smartmatic relative to the Philippine elections. However, a popular columnist from another broadsheet newspaper texted me on Thursday afternoon an online link to a report about three Venezuelans illegally breaching the election servers of Kenya, so I opted to discuss this instead.

    On Aug. 30, 2022, BREITBART published a story that said, “The Kenyan national police service’s investigative unit, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, allegedly determined in recent days that three Venezuelan nationals had illegal access to Kenya’s electoral commission servers five months ahead of the country’s general election on August 9, during which a disputed presidential vote occurred.”

    Raila Odinga, the presidential candidate of the opposition Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Coalition party in the August 9 general election, is contesting the results of the presidential vote. Odinga alleged that the vote’s results were fraudulent and has filed a petition with Kenya’s Supreme Court contesting the election results. A portion of the petition reads:

    “Combined with the capability of the foreigners and anyone in possession of the contents and information in the electronic devices to remotely access and manipulate the entire IEBC data; and the manifest discrepancies and irregularities manifest during the General Election and the tallying, verification of count and declaration of the presidential election result; it is the inevitable conclusion that not only was the presidential election not secure, it is not verifiable, accountable, neutral or transparent.”

    Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairman Wafula Chebukati claimed that “the three Venezuelan nationals recently arrested by Kenyan authorities were contracted by IEBC to provide support on behalf of Smartmatic International, the company contracted to provide electoral management technology by the commission.”

    The Kenyan Supreme Court nullified the 2017 presidential election after it found the commission did not follow proper procedures in tallying votes and transmitting the results. The same Supreme Court will decide the petition of Odinga on September 5.

    Venezuelan tres amigos

    “A separate forensic analysis by the East African Data Handlers on the six data transmission servers used by IEBC showed that several unauthorized individuals gained access to the system (… )” It was revealed that “Salvador Javier, Jose Gregorio, and Joel Gustavo, the three Venezuelans who were arrested on July 21, were also accessing IEBC’s systems before, during and after the polls.”

    “It seems as though there was a middleware that was intercepting, receiving, and/or sending information between the Kiems kit or the county tallying servers and the presidential tallying server and verification of specific forms,” according to the analysis.

    According to, Joel Gustavo Rodriguez Garcia, 38 years old, has been Smartmatic’s global services senior deployment manager since 2017. He directs and manages the Field Services Warehouse and Logistics and Technology Deployment of the business operations of Smartmatic, Panama. The deployment of electoral services and solutions to the technology company’s clients in America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, as well as the Asia-Pacific area, is part of his responsibilities.

    Caracas-born Jose Gregorio Camargo Castellanos, 32 years old, and Salvador Javier Sosa Suarez complete the cast of the tres amigos. Their LinkedIn accounts, though visible in the search list, can no longer be publicly accessed.

    The East African News reported on August 5 that, “The Smartmatic International BV, through its Integrated Communications Director Ms. Samira Saba, said the three were full-time employees of the company having handled elections in other countries like the United States, Belgium, the UK, Bulgaria, Albania, the Philippines, among others.”

    Did I read it correctly that these tres amigos have handled the elections here in the Philippines? Well, another story for the digging…

    With all of these horrendous election fraud stories going around, shall we still trust Smartmatic for our future elections?

    “If you are not a thinking man, to what purpose are you a man at all?” (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)

  6. global news –Greece protests: Petrol bombs hurled at police during workers’ rally in Athens

    Police in Athens, Greece detained at least 10 people on Wednesday after clashes erupted during a protest outside parliament against soaring inflation affecting households.

    Video showed police firing tear gas to disperse a group of protesters throwing stones and petrol bombs at officers.

    Thousands of workers went on strike demanding higher wages to cope with inflation, as Europe’s soaring energy prices and living costs trigger industrial action and protests across the continent.

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