Five items of interest and consequence: Links 1, March 17th, 2023

1. Dr. Peter McCullough on one of the processes in the manufacture of the mRNA Covid shots. This would be the substitution of a natural organic molecule with a synthetic one, which extends the amount of time say, the spike protein would normally and predictably exist in your body to a much longer and totally unpredictable amount of time. Very clever of them.

The US CDC indicates that 92% of adults have taken one or more COVID-19 vaccine injections. Among those, 92% have been with an mRNA product (Pfizer or Moderna). All recipients have been blinded to the complete ingredient list no one knows exactly what has been injected into the human body. There are some fundamental points known about mRNA. Natural RNA is made of two purines adenine and guanine and two pyrimidines cytosine and uracil. The replacement of uracil with its ribose ring (uridine) with N-1-methyl-pseudouridine, a synthetic product makes the genetic code for the Wuhan Spike protein better stabilized on lipid nanoparticles, long-lasting, and very efficient in terms of evading cellular destruction and able to undergo repeat reading by ribosomes for continued protein synthesis. Morais et al indicate that both Pfizer and Moderna chose development strategies replacing all uridine units with pseudouridine, making the entire strand completely “unnatural” to the human body. Thus vaccine consultants, companies, and patients unfortunately gambled on how long mRNA would be active within the human body. We now understand the quantity and duration of the disease-promoting and potentially lethal Spike protein cannot be known because the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of mRNA were not characterized.

2. Very odd story about Chinese anti-communist billionaire, Miles Guo. FBI raided his condo and arrested him for Fraud this week. Yet one cannot help but suspect that this is more about the FBI’s transformation into the KGB than Guo’s malfeasance. Yeah, he could be guilty of all this. But given the FBI’s acts of political deception and even terrorism, such as its involvement in January 6, taking a hard look at curious things surrounding their actions is well warranted.

Robert Malone adds this:

Of course, they are investigating whether somehow Miles Gau remotely set fire, rather than the possibility that the FBI or someone else (CCP?) set fire to the apartment.

Does anyone else find it shocking that a fire would “break out” while FBI agents were still inside Guo’s apartment? How does it burn for over two hours, causing vast amounts of damage? This was about six hours after he was arrested.

Also note that the newspaper manages to make the story about Steve Bannon!

We are now so used to the corruption, that the fact that this story literally does not make national media or news aggregator sites (like Google News), but instead is placed on the local affiliate news stations in the USA and foreign news sources seems normal.


3. Japanese lawmaker Mr. Hirofumi, Yanagase speaks out: “Just in the reported cases alone, there have been as many as 2001 cases of suspected vaccine-induced deaths.

4. Dr. Tim Ball, a Great Teacher Who Deserved the Order of Canada

(Caution: America Out Loud might not open with a VPN active)

We have recently said goodbye to dozens of outstanding scientists who fought long and hard in support of real science to contest the global warming scare. Dr. Tim Ball, Dr. Jay Lehr, Dr. Bob Carter, Dr. Fred Singer, and Dr. Patrick Michaels were the heroes I knew best.

It may come as a shock to some readers to see Tim Ball, Ph.D. (Climatology, Queen Mary College, University of London, England), on that list. Most people thought he was virtually indestructible and would live to 100, fighting the good fight with good humor and solid science for many more years to come. “Ball” was certainly the right last name for Tim. After all, the harder you throw a ball against a wall, the harder it comes back. Dr. Ball obviously followed the Churchill idiom that,

“If you have an important point to make, don’t try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time—a tremendous whack.”

Dr. Ball certainly gave the climate scare a tremendous whack. He was straightforward and honest, never hiding from the truth and always getting right to the point. And unlike most scientists who make many of us feel dumb by speaking in jargon only fellow experts can understand, Tim had a way of communicating that made the exceptionally complicated field of climate change understandable by everyone. With patience, humility, and the gifts of a natural teacher, Tim built up his listeners’ understanding and self-confidence. This was not surprising. After all, as a climatology professor at the University of Winnipeg, he won many outstanding teaching awards. All this resulted in him attracting a far wider audience demographic and swaying public opinion far more than we could ever hope to reach with our technical conference presentations and scientific papers.

And this is precisely why Tim was so often in the crosshairs of the climate alarmist movement. They knew he had a tremendous impact on the public through radio, TV, newspapers, and in presentations. Even today, the Bing search engine yields about 32 million results for “’Tim Ball’ and ‘climate change.’” During the day after one of Tim’s articles was published on the Drudge Report, he received approximately 1,000 e-mails from the public, 90% of which were supportive. And, believe it or not, he answered over 500 of these e-mails personally. The amount of work he did was incredible.

5. From Cancer.Ca: As a trans woman, do I need to get screened for cervical cancer?

If you’re a trans woman, you may not have given much thought to Pap tests and cervical cancer. And if you haven’t, that makes a fair amount of sense. After all, in order to get cervical cancer, you need to have a cervix — that is, the organ that connects the vagina to the uterus.

If you’re a trans woman and have not had bottom surgery, you aren’t at risk for cervical cancer.

If, however, you’re a trans woman who has had bottom surgery to create a vagina (vaginoplasty) and possibly a cervix, there’s a very small risk that you can develop cancer in the tissues of your neo-vagina or neo-cervix. The risk depends on the type of surgery you had, the type of tissue used to create your vagina and cervix and your personal health history. Talk to your healthcare provider to figure out your specific cancer-screening needs as part of your overall pelvic health following surgery.

It can be difficult to make cancer screening a priority, especially when there’s not a lot of information out there about cervical cancer risks for trans women. You may also be concerned about things like experiencing transphobia during the screening process. Maybe you feel you have more pressing health concerns. Or maybe you just don’t want to think about cancer screening.

(OK at least this makes slightly more sense than the post yesterday on this subject. But a better medical approach might be not to get surgery or take dangerous drugs that alter your basic sexual characteristics and fail utterly to make you what you feel you need to pretend to be. After all, as below:)


Thank you for the willingness to explore that 2+2=4 when it becomes increasingly dangerous to do so.

“In Soviet America, banks rob you”

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

One Reply to “Five items of interest and consequence: Links 1, March 17th, 2023”

  1. 2/ Excerpt rom WSJ, Oct 2017:

    […] Ahead of the party congress, Mr. Xi has had a bruising firsthand experience with what can happen when an entrepreneur goes rogue.

    From his luxurious apartment in Manhattan, Guo Wengui, a onetime Beijing property developer, has been bombarding Beijing with lurid disclosures—in widely discussed video interviews and Twitter posts—about alleged top-level corruption and Politburo members who have children out of wedlock.

    Not all of his sometimes outlandish claims about China’s leaders can be independently confirmed, but the exiled entrepreneur’s ties to former high officials—notably Ma Jian, a onetime spy chief who is now in jail after a bribery and abuse-of-power probe—lend him some authority.

    Mr. Guo, who is fleeing charges of corruption in China, had promised further revelations—contained, he has said on YouTube, in “91 folders and 18 videotapes” that he had spirited out of China when he left in 2015…

    Then the Hudson Institute, a Washington think tank, postponed an event featuring Mr. Guo, who said that he suspected pressure from the Chinese government…

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