1. Alex Berenson from January 18th: VERY URGENT: After four shots, Covid jabs sharply REDUCED immune function in mice
(Pretty sure we posted this before. But Mr. Berenson’s plea for attention on this is deserved. So anyone who missed it the first time, here it is again)
Mice who received more than four Covid vaccine jabs had a collapse in their ability to fight the coronavirus, Chinese researchers have found.
The damage extended past antibodies, the immune system’s front line of defense against viruses and bacteria, to the T-cells that form the crucial backup.
The researchers reported the finding in a peer-reviewed paper published December 22 in the journal iScience. In surprisingly clear language, they warned:
Our findings demonstrate potential risks with the continuous use of SARS-CoV-2 vaccine boosters, providing immediate implications [emphasis added] for the global COVID-19 vaccination enhancement strategies.
Later in the paper, the researchers were even more direct:
We found that the protective effects from the humoral immunity and cellular immunity established by the conventional immunization were both profoundly impaired during the extended vaccination course.
(In a whole nuther level of ‘anthropomorphize’, the Chinese used Humanized mice for this test, which makes their responses to certain things more typical of what a person would experience.)
(Hopefully Danielle Smith can put the kibosh on this plan)
As Edmonton inches towards two million residents, it’s looking to a concept that would see the city create 15-minute districts as a way to improve quality of life, help achieve its plan to become carbon neutral by 2050, and control urban sprawl.
The 15-minute city is an urban design strategy that the current city council adopted as part of the City Plan at the end of 2020. The next city council, and its successors, will make the decisions that either help bring this plan to life or leave it to languish. As the municipal election approaches, this is a good time to examine what this concept means for Edmonton.
So what is a 15-minute district?
The City Plan defines it as “small towns in our big city, where people can meet many of their daily needs locally.”
The goal is to create “a place where you can get all of the immediate needs and amenities within a 15-minute … distance of your home,” architect Shafraaz Kaba told Green Energy Futures. That could potentially include groceries, recreation, green space, housing, health care, small businesses and more — the district plans expected in early 2022 will define what will be included.
The city says it wants to make it possible — not mandatory, but possible — to get to those places without a car, by walking, biking, or taking transit.
(Worth keeping in mind. Canadian cities are ONLY growing because of illegal and semi-legal immigration by governments intending to destroy Canada as a polity, a culture and a people(s). They are making cities grow at ludicrous rates which creates problems which gives them the opportunity to implement solutions which they wanted in the first place. Thesis-counterrthesis-synthesis.)
3. WHO propaganda using logical fallacies to defend the vaxx
— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) January 21, 2023
(This is the correlation is not causality argument. What makes it a fallacy is that the fact that correlation is not causality does not mean that the events are not related either. [This may be a form of Argumentum ad Absurdum] And when new things happen and the only new variable is an experimental new technology that acts at a deeper level than anything ever used before, then it’s a pretty reasonable assumption that one caused the other. Triply so when scientists and doctors looked at the technology and predicted the specific results that actually happened, which suggests their model was better than the ones pimping the shots. Peter McCullough and Stephanie Seneff for two.)
4. The theme of this post appears to be repeating important articles which deserve a second look. In this case, its the opening 12 minutes of a Tucker Carlson episode from last week, which generated an essay called, “How the US deals with inconvenient presidents”.
(Many years ago, STRATFOR published an essay on the Nixon impeachment that was subtly different than this. but in its chief points it was the same. There was no reason why two journeymen reporters would have been handed this story, and it was all pre-written and pre-digested for them on the condition that they carried it from the parking lot where they met Deep Throat, the alias for an unhappy FBI guy that was passed over for promotion by Nixon, to the editor and it all had to be published when and how they were told. They were not journalists. They were not even FEDEX delivery people as the distance was shorter and they only had one pickup and one drop-off point. The facts that matter match the STRATFOR report on this which came out shortly after the death of the FBI man who was “Deep Throat” in this operation. The lead man on the Watergate Break in was IIRC, FBI G-man, G. Gordon Liddy. He wrote a book about it called, “Will” which was a fun read. After he got out of jail for the Watergate break-in, he spent the rest of his life debating acid guru, Timothy Leary on the college circuit. Hopefully there are videos out there of some of those. They are probably a lot of fun. All of this is from memory at the moment, so IIRC, Liddy also was at one point ordered to raid the compound/home of Leary when he was a college prof teaching students to “Turn on, tune in, drop out”. Leary himself did an awful lot of LSD.)
(Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you the next President of the United States)
“Russian oligarchs like Oleg Deripaska perform global malign influence on behalf of the Kremlin and are associated with acts of bribery, extortion, and violence.”
On Saturday afternoon, former FBI agent Charles McGonigal, who was head of counterintelligence in the New York Field Office and a part of the investigation into supposed ties between Trump and Russia, was arrested over his alleged ties to Russia.
CBS reports that McGonigal was arrested over “his ties to Oleg Deripaska, a Russian billionaire who has been sanctioned by the United States and criminally charged last year with violating those sanctions.”
As Business Insider reports, McGonigal “was involved in the investigation into the Trump campaign’s contacts with Russia during the 2016 election.”
Michael Driscoll, the FBI assistant director in charge, said in a statement, “The FBI is committed to the enforcement of economic sanctions designed to protect the United States and our allies, especially against hostile activities of a foreign government and its actors.”
Thank you all for your thoughtful attention and contributions to this effort.
First of a series of vaxx damaged people’s testimonies. Remember, they are taking away doctors’ licences for not pushing this stuff. Even charging some in ways that end in jail for helping people not get this. DO NOT FORGET. We must not let this pass unpunished. The media, doctors who knew, and others are guilty of probably the biggest crime in history. It’s like forcing the world into a game of Russian Roulette and not telling any of them.