Repost of Mt. Vernon School Board meeting with doctor’s testimony on Covid measures

We posted this video yesterday of a doctor who has a specialty in the area that would make him better than average physician on understanding the policies surrounding Covid, giving a polite and clear summation of his thoughts to a Mt. Vernon School Board.

Youtube has seen fit to deny us this expert opinion. So here it is again:

Direct link:

Below, a British Colombia Nurse discusses her own anecdotal experience working in a Canadian hospital about how there are now many many patients that are being hospitalized with peculiar issues within a month or so of being injected with the new tech Covid shots. This isn’t scholarly, but it is a solid testimony from personal experience.


Note the careful use of cute terms and replacement words for things like injection, vaccine or Covid19. This is what Samizdat sounds like, and a powerful indicator of where we are now in terms of a free society. People who do not have power cannot use direct terminology or they will be censored immediately instead of in hours or days, like the more powerful and of course, the narrative speakers who not only don’t get censored but get promoted even when they lie and contract themselves on a weekly basis. Fauci for instance.

Thank you Pauline for the video of the nurses. Lets see how long it stays up.

According to CBC, no comments should be allowed because they are racist and white supremacist

CBC once again lowers itself to the neo-Marxist trope to deflect from Canadians being good and sick of its constant anti-Canadian and anti-Western propaganda by claiming that comments are racist against women and people of colour reporters on their government mandated and funded networks and never mention the fact that Canadians just hate them for lying about every damn thing they cover, and being a club against anything conservative or traditional while lubricating and even forcing far-left wing extremist views and laws into a formerly free Canada.

The CBC takes public money, but now won’t allow the public reaction to its propaganda and blames it on Canadians for being misogynist and racist. To be frank, one has to be a little bit grateful for this. When the CBC is this consistently dishonest and evil, it removes any vestigial doubt we may have about their agendas.

From ZeroHedge:

In a move that can only be described as the pinnacle of embracing snowflake culture, the CBC has said this week it is going to close comments on all of its news links and video posts to Facebook pages to protect the mental health of its journalists.

Journalists – who used to be rugged and used to deal with varying opinions as part of the job description – are “fragile” and “in need of attention”, like many other Canadians post-pandemic, the CBC wrote last week. Increasingly, they are facing “vitriol and harassment” for doing their jobs, the report notes.

“For journalists, platforms like Twitter can be a great way to find sources and promote their work, but also a cesspool of hatred. Increasingly, reporters are also physically attacked,” Andre Picard told CBC.  

Women and journalists of color have seen increased abuse, according to CBC President Catherine Tait. In her opinion, those threats pose attacks to “free speech and democracy”.

And what better way to enable free speech, than to shut down all speech?

“That’s why beginning on Wednesday and for the next month, we will close comments on all news links and video posts to the Facebook pages belonging to the journalism division of the CBC (News, Current Affairs and Local),” the CBC wrote.

The report continues:

We have built significant audiences on social media platforms through our program and news accounts. These are vital ways to reach Canadians, and we believe in serving content to people there like we do on TV, radio, web and apps. In fact, some of our social channels boast record numbers, increasing reach and growing engagement with millions of Canadians. […]

Now, right from the seditious CBC itself. A billion + government funded operation a year, (as well as selling commercials) does the Trudeau trick of foisting its own evil, or the consequences of its own evil, on to the Canadians who they are supposed to serve. Just like Trudeau with all his scandals that the CBC helped him bury, now they do that for themselves:

We use this editor’s blog to explain our journalism and what’s happening at CBC News. You can find more blogs here.

There is ample evidence the mental health of many Canadians is fragile and in need of attention after 16 months of pandemic lockdowns, school closures and economic uncertainty.

Journalists are no different. Some recent articles on the well-being of reporters tasked with covering a crisis they’re also living through have many of us looking in the mirror to take stock of our health.

Compounding the stress and anxiety of journalists is the vitriol and harassment many of them face on social media platforms and, increasingly, in the field. As André Picard wrote in a recent column, “For journalists, platforms like Twitter can be a great way to find sources and promote their work, but also a cesspool of hatred. Increasingly, reporters are also physically attacked.”

The president of CBC/Radio-Canada, Catherine Tait, has also written about the increased abuse of journalists on social media, especially women and journalists of colour, and the threat such attacks pose to free speech and democracy.

If public discourse is a litmus test of the health of a society, the conversation on social media suggests we have a problem. It’s one thing for our journalists to deal with toxicity on these platforms. It’s another for our audience members who try to engage with and discuss our journalism to encounter it on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, where they are almost guaranteed to be confronted by hate, racism and abuse.

That’s why beginning on Wednesday and for the next month, we will close comments on all news links and video posts to the Facebook pages belonging to the journalism division of the CBC (News, Current Affairs and Local).

For the record, I have been to many events that CBC has covered and watched their “reporters” manipulate good people who were at protests and wanted nothing more than the preservation of freedom of speech for all, into being apologists for the KKK. I have seen them use dishonest camera angles to change the appearance of the number of people at events. Seen CBC avoid real grass roots events altogether while covering phoney staged left wing groups yards away from much bigger protests for basic freedoms for all. I have watched CBC invent the motives for large protests while using audio filters to make sure the actual message of speakers at a protest could not be heard while the “reporter” actually made up why they were there in that classic elitist left wing fashion of mocking the rubes.

Whatever vitriol and contempt the CBC receives, let it be known that they earned every single bit of it, the way a 1900s era miner earned every penny in his cheque at the end of a month underground. What a shame their “mental health is too fragile” to be able to handle the fruits of their efforts.

Eeyore for VladTepesBlog.

H/T M.

FACEBOOK removes and disallows interview with 45th president, Donald Trump!


Facebook removed an interview conducted by daughter-in-law Lara Trump that featured former President Trump, citing rules:

“Content posted on Facebook and Instagram in the voice of President Trump is not currently allowed.”

Truly despicable.

Gateway Pundit has the story here.

Facebook in the meantime earns real contempt. Let us hope President Trump’s new social media application guts Facebook membership.

Here is a 3Speak instance of the video now for when Youtube also disallows it.

CTV hits level of dishonesty beyond even that of CBC on Youtube

This is one of those things you can prove to yourself.

CBC as state mandated media, on most of it’s enemy propaganda videos know that the comments will torpedo any messaging they attempt to force on us . So they usually disable comments under their videos, especially when it comes to Islamic misbehaviour or anything involving non-white people being anti-social. This of course is repugnant for a state broadcaster, to make their messaging only one way, and forbid the people who are forced to pay the 1.X billion a year to float them, from presenting a counter-point of view.

But CTV has gone a step farther. And as CTV almost certainly is a recipient of Trudeau’s 600M$ a year media fund, they qualify as a state broadcaster by any rational metric.

To understand what CTV does, go to this video, and leave a comment.

Yours will appear to be the only comment there. But no one else can see it. You can prove this by opening a new private window or incognito window on your browser, which is not logged in to Google or Youtube and go to the same video. You will not see your comment.

This is an example of what I call, “Judo propaganda” and is the same thing Facebook and Twitter does. They allow people to exhaust themselves or spend time and energy to be part of what they think is a public conversation, but really isn’t. And it is more dishonest than the odious CBC, because at least when CBC says openly that no comments are allowed, you can post what you think somewhere else. Like a comment here for example.

But in this case, you are led to believe you left a comment, and in actuality, you did not. So you won’t bother to make your thoughts known elsewhere as you think you already did at Youtube.

Try it! You won’t like it.

The direct link to the Youtube video is here, for those that don’t know how to click through to Youtube.

And do leave a comment about the video above here in the comments.

Meanwhile, on the actual subject, a Conservative MP on the AZ injection:

Dr. Rand Paul dialogue with Fauci

I just got a text telling me that Youtube deleted the video of Rand Paul questioning Fauci on the theatre of dual masking. No idea if it was a mirror or all instances of it, but given my personal experience with Youtube censorship, its more than likely what this is, and so we must pay homage to our obligation to Streisand this video.

Below, FOX interviews Dr. Paul on this discussion:

This seems like a good time to repost the official state demographer of Sweden who looks at overall deaths for the last 120 years

Annals of Internal Medicine on Masks. Hard statistics.

Go Fund Me cancels co-founder of Greenpeace without explanation or notice

Patrick Moore has a superb Twitter feed. Those of you still on Twitter, please subscribe to him.


More from the doctor who the Daily Mail humiliated over Hydroxychloroquine use

In this presser, our Doctor not only describes her experience with Covid patients, but explains why she feels there is so much pressure against Hydroxychloroquine. Perhaps more importantly, she tells all Americans who want this medicine as a prophylaxis that she will help them find a doctor who will prescribe it to them.

THIS is the video Twitter censored Donald Trump Jr. from promoting

Agree or disagree with Hydroxychloroquine treatment, the way the elite, both political and industrial, are treating the public in totalitarian and unacceptable. Traditional Media and amazingly, even more so, social media these days are violating ethics and even laws to shape the ideosphere, the cosmos of thought, to conform to one narrative using grotesque vagaries like “potentially harmful information”.

Don Jr. was promoting the video below for which Twitter censored him, as well as the video.

(Skip ahead to about 4 minutes for the start)

Either you are a citizen and capable of making your own decisions, or you are a servant of the state. In Canada it is more clear each day which we are. In the US, its about direction.

The Twitter hack in 4 Tweets

Resignation letter to the New York Times of Bari Weiss

This was powerful enough that it was worth getting out of bed and posting.

I joined the paper with gratitude and optimism three years ago. I was hired with the goal of bringing in voices that would not otherwise appear in your pages: first-time writers, centrists, conservatives and others who would not naturally think of The Times as their home. The reason for this effort was clear: The paper’s failure to anticipate the outcome of the 2016 election meant that it didn’t have a firm grasp of the country it covers. Dean Baquet and others have admitted as much on various occasions. The priority in Opinion was to help redress that critical shortcoming.

I was honored to be part of that effort, led by James Bennet. I am proud of my work as a writer and as an editor. Among those I helped bring to our pages: the Venezuelan dissident Wuilly Arteaga; the Iranian chess champion Dorsa Derakhshani; and the Hong Kong Christian democrat Derek Lam. Also: Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Masih Alinejad, Zaina Arafat, Elna Baker, Rachael Denhollander, Matti Friedman, Nick Gillespie, Heather Heying, Randall Kennedy, Julius Krein, Monica Lewinsky, Glenn Loury, Jesse Singal, Ali Soufan, Chloe Valdary, Thomas Chatterton Williams, Wesley Yang, and many others.

But the lessons that ought to have followed the election—lessons about the importance of understanding other Americans, the necessity of resisting tribalism, and the centrality of the free exchange of ideas to a democratic society—have not been learned. Instead, a new consensus has emerged in the press, but perhaps especially at this paper: that truth isn’t a process of collective discovery, but an orthodoxy already known to an enlightened few whose job is to inform everyone else.

Please read the rest at

We suggest downloading and saving the page as it likely won’t be online long.

Adding tweets as we find them:

“The real story is the loss of the news altogether, and the news cannot report on it”