COVID-19: the aftermath

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Last week, the Robert Koch Institut (the German CDC) released over 2,500 pages documenting the meetings of the “Covid Crisis Team” between January 2020 and April 2021. They did so in response to long-running litigation by journalists at Multipolar.

This is a major revelation – a rough German equivalent of the Fauci email releases from 2021 – which takes us directly into the internal discussions of the pandemic managers throughout the 2020 lockdowns and the early stages of the vaccination campaign. You can download the minutes and agendas yourself here. They’re heavily redacted, but they provide a dismal view of the whole pandemic circus and its idiotic, hapless coordinators. It will take me weeks to finish studying them, but German Twitter has done the Lord’s work unearthing many of the more important revelations, as does this surprisingly critical ZDF article. Here I want to highlight just three points.

1. As Multipolar already reported, there is an intriguing moment in the minutes on 16 March 2020, where we read that preparations had been completed to raise the overall pandemic “risk assessment” – then at “moderate” – as soon as some redacted person (in all likelihood, the Health Minister Jens Spahn) should give the signal. This apparently happened the next day, when the RKI suddenly decided on no clear basis that Covid risk was “high.” On 16 March, you’ll remember, Neil Ferguson and his Imperial College team had just posted their notorious paper calling for rolling lockdowns. This accords with much other evidence suggesting that Covid measures were a prior political decision that required exaggerating the danger.

2. Covid risk: At multiple points, the RKI acknowledges that Covid was far less dangerous than they publicly allowed. On 16 December 2020, at the start of the second, nearly unending German lockdown, we find them discussing lockdowns in Africa, and noting that they “have consequences” that are “in part worse than the consequences of Covid itself.” On 19 March 2021, they emphasise that “Covid-19 should not be compared with influenza, because normal influenza waves kill more people, although Covid-19 is worrying for other reasons.”

3. Masking: On 30 October 2020, the RKI were positively overflowing with scepticism about the effectiveness of FFP2 or N95 respirators. They called the use of FFP2 masks a measure for healthcare professionals only, and said that without correct fit and when used by untrained personnel, the masks would “have no effect.” Mandating FFP2s for community protection was therefore “not evidence-based” because there was no reason to think they would work outside professional healthcare contexts. They even suggested the public should be made aware of this, which of course never happened. Instead, within a few months we got our first FFP2 mask mandates anyway.

There are other things here too, such as the question raised on 8 January 2021, about whether the time had come to “depart from the narrative of herd immunity via vaccination” now that vaccines were actually available; a remark on 5 March 2021 that restrictions for the unvaccinated and as-yet-uninfected were “not technically justifiable” and contrary to World Health Organisation ethical guidelines; and an extended discussion on 19 March 2021, about why no mortality-reducing effects were yet visible after 7 million of the most vulnerable Germans had been jabbed.

We were all called lunatics, hobby virologists, conspiracy theorists and worse for our doubts that Covid was all that dangerous, that lockdowns were worth it, that mask mandates made any sense, and that excluding the unvaccinated from public life was remotely justifiable. A lot of us were banned and ostracised for saying these things. The RKI release shows that our public health managers were having exactly the same discussions in private the whole time. Our politicians told us that all of this lunacy was necessary because we had to FoLlOw ThE ScIenCe. In fact the scientists were mere tools of the prior political decision to force this entire pandemic theatre upon us; they functioned merely to lend the pandemic policies about which they themselves nourished hidden doubts a pseudoscientific aura.

The worst thing is that nothing will come of this, and nothing will come of the still greater revelations likely to follow either.
where

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the

indictments?
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Elon Musk is one of the good guys. Not perfect, but probably not evil. Which is more than we can say for the former dfd fucktard overlords.

From the Tom Woods news letter:
Ready for some good news for a change?

The evil SOBs in Canada were smearing the heroic Dr. Kulvinder Kaur Gill, and demanding she pay $300,000 on very short notice as punishment for her criticisms of Canadian Covid policy, particularly lockdowns.

She had managed to raise about half that sum by crowdfunding, but the deadline was fast approaching and it wasn't clear what she would do.

Then Elon Musk intervened and said: we will pay the rest of your expenses.

The official statement read (remember, Twitter has been changed to the silly name X):

X is proud to help defend Dr. Kulvinder Kaur Gill against the government-supported efforts to cancel her speech.

Dr. Gill is a practicing physician in Canada, specializing in immunology and pediatrics. Because she spoke out publicly on Twitter (now X) in opposition to the Canadian and Ontario governments’ COVID lockdown efforts and vaccination mandates, she was harassed by the legacy media, censored by prior Twitter management, and subjected to investigations and disciplinary proceedings by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario that resulted in “cautions” being placed on her permanent public record. The legal battles that ensued cost Dr. Gill her life savings, and she now owes $300,000 in a court judgment due Monday.

When Elon Musk learned earlier this week about her crowdfunding campaign to pay the judgment, he pledged to help. X will now fund the rest of Dr. Gill’s campaign so that she can pay her $300,000 judgment and her legal bills. Free speech is the bedrock of democracy and a critical defense against totalitarianism in all forms. We must do whatever we can to protect it, and at X we will always fight to protect your right to speak freely.


This is very welcome news for the obvious reasons but also because the Canadian authorities surely assumed Gill would be unable to make this payment, and now she's in the clear.

None of this should have happened to her in the first place, but the attempt to destroy her utterly has failed, and that is a very good thing.

Let me note that after today my Online Business Masterclass, which is really darn good, just about triples from its current princely sum of $37, so give it one last gander and grab (we had a little glitch today but she's up and running again):
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OH THIS IS A GOOD ONE for the bendy fuck and the hackery fuck et al.

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we have seen a lot of wild and shady things from “health agencies” over the last few years, but this one was really in a class by itself.

the FDA took a safe, cheap, widely (including by they themselves) approved drug used by 250 million people each year and pretended it was somehow "not for humans."

if you want to argue efficacy, then argue efficacy.

but all this "you are not a horse, you are not a cow, seriously stop it"? that has no place in public (or any) health.

this was WAY over the line into “interfering with doctor patient relationships” and “outright lying.”

and a court has recently weighed in on it.


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THE FDA IS NOT A PHYSICIAN.

Again for those in the fringes of the left in the back shadows:

THE FDA IS NOT A PHYSICIAN.
and this was a big deal, a dispositive deal. why? because they shut off the human supply and (like they did with hydroxychloroquine) reached out to boards and agencies and barred its prescription. this is simply not done. 1000’s of drugs are used off label. it’s common as muck and generally safe and effective. it’s what doctors do. what is NOT safe or effective is to prevent this and drive people to unsafe ideas like “taking veterinary versions in dosages appropriate for a 900 pound horse.”

no one set out to do this or even would have tried apart from one thing:
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the FDA choked off the supply. they put the safe drugs in safe dosages already pre packed for human consumption and removed them from reach. doctors who tried to prescribe it could lose licenses. pharmacists who filled it could lose licenses. and enforcement was rabid. suddenly, a safe, generic wonderdrug was verboten.

now, call me mr cynical paws, but one cannot help but wonder if the reason for this was less than pure.

here’s the text for EMA (emergency use authorization) drugs like the covid vaccines, paxlovid, and remdesivir.

notice anything?

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yup. you cannot have an EMA if there is an adequate, approved alternative available. that’s quite an incentive set to gang tackle anything evincing efficacy off the shelves if you’re about to bring the most profitable pharma products in history to market at “warp speed” and your (up until very recently) commissioner scotty “show me the money” gottlieb just jumped ship for the pfizer board right in the middle of his term.

yeah. that’s a pretty astonishing and ugly incentive set for FDA and NIH alike and many of these folks (like fauci and collins) are not even required to disclose how much money they made from royalties. (could easily have been 8 figures apiece)

and this leaves me worried.

we get this as a settlement, but is anything really settled?

i have doubts.

no one is really paying any meaningful price. no one got in trouble, got accused of crimes, malpractice, or iatrocide.

and that just means there all still waiting in the wings to do it again and the grift goes on. same prison. no redemption.
he goes on to identify the person that crafted the tweet via FIOA requests. They and those that approved this higher up should be fired and charged with crimes.

Anyway, the shit posting will contine until the apologies are delivered.

I may be jUsT aN eNgInEer but at least i'm not a hypocrite government/corporate fucking shill throwing away people like bad produce in the face of obvious data.
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No one will ever apologize Brad. Crow is not very palletable.
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find a real news outlet. :fullretard:
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https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2309003

More things we knew:
Paxvolid is worthless at best
Among the 1288 participants who received at least one dose of nirmatrelvir–ritonavir or placebo and had at least one postbaseline visit, the median time to sustained alleviation of all targeted Covid-19 signs or symptoms through day 28 was 12 days in the nirmatrelvir–ritonavir group and 13 days in the placebo group, a difference that was not significant (P=0.60) (Table 2). Similar results were observed in the high-risk subgroup (i.e., participants who had been vaccinated and had at least one risk factor for severe illness) and in the standard-risk subgroup (i.e., those who had no risk factors for severe illness and had never been vaccinated or had not been vaccinated within the previous 12 months).
It had zero impact statistically on the time to alleviation of symptoms. The drug was bought and did not work.

However:
In a planned subgroup analysis involving high-risk participants, hospitalization or death occurred in 3 (0.9%) in the nirmaltrelvir–ritonavir group and 7 (2.2%) in the placebo group (difference, −1.3 percentage points; 95% CI, −3.3 to 0.7).
Problem: There was only one death in total so the difference here begs the obvious question on matching of morbidities and such in the trial arms. How well was that done, given that they did find among the high-risk people a difference in hospitalization and ICU admittance? It is not logical for these results to occur when the improvement time did not vary between the high risk and not-high-risk groups.

However, it is what it is.

But the real punchline is this:
From August 25, 2021, to July 25, 2022, a total of 1296 participants underwent randomization and were included in the full analysis population (Figure 1), and 1288 received at least one dose of nirmatrelvir–ritonavir (654 participants) or placebo (634 participants) and had at least one postbaseline visit.
In other words before full approval by roughly a year the study outcome was known but hidden and not published. As you probably recall you've seen "If Covid, Paxlovid" commercials yet the study says it won't help you get better faster. Of course the government was paying for it and had been since late 2021 but again, within just a few months it was known that it didn't work and yet this was concealed.

In fact the FDA had no evidence when they made this statement:
“Today’s authorization introduces the first treatment for COVID-19 that is in the form of a pill that is taken orally — a major step forward in the fight against this global pandemic,” said Patrizia Cavazzoni, M.D., director of the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research. “This authorization provides a new tool to combat COVID-19 at a crucial time in the pandemic as new variants emerge and promises to make antiviral treatment more accessible to patients who are at high risk for progression to severe COVID-19.”
And yet just a few months later the company had in its hands evidence that there was no statistical improvement in recovery time between using it and not, yet that study was not published, the FDA was (apparently) not notified and no statement correcting the record was made by anyone.

Now here we are in 2024 and the data comes out -- after being hidden for nearly two years.

This is the world we live in folks -- plenty of money to be made and yet what you're sold doesn't have to work and nobody has a duty to tell anyone as soon as they know, via a formal study, that it doesn't. In fact the FDA went on to give full approval nearly one year after these study results were known.

Should we expect anything different given what we know happened with Remdesivir where the government continued to pay for it and hospitals continued to push it on patients even after a huge multinational study was completed and published showing it was worthless -- and using it came with the significant risk of destroying your kidney function.

I guess not.

PS: Have you noticed anything interesting? When did "new variants" stop showing up and getting all manner of press?

WHEN PEOPLE STOPPED TAKING MORE SHOTS.
Where are the indictments?
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it just never stops, does it? these federal fiefdoms ignore every rule in the book, color way outside the lines, move the the hotwiring of viruses offshore when it gets too dicey to do it in the US, and then lie about every last bit of what was done in a festival of gaslighting that would have made geobbels blush.

and nothing happens to them.

no rules apply.

15,000 samples. 700 coronaviruses. witness the quivering outrage of ecohealth head daszak about his research being cut off (and the move to gmail and off the official emails so they can escape further FOIA).

this man was actually indignant about his research getting shut down. this is april of 2020, long after he knew damn well there had been a lab leak and covid-19 was his fault.

and all he cares about are the samples.

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the agency focus moves to “damage control” and “CYA.” (morens was senior advisor to NIAID director fauci)

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these guys game every system, every rule, and every ethical constraint.

then you ask some questions and suddenly “oh we have rules against answering that!” but this is inversion. it’s just “rules for thee but not for me” privilege being invoked with the flimsiest of pretext.

it’s a cabal circling the wagons.

the NIH is refusing to comply with @ZackStieber’s FOI request on the money they were paid for providing the genetic payloads for the mRNA vaxxes.

they are claiming exemption for trade secrets which is utterly ridiculous. this is about money.

the NIH was paid at least $400 million by moderna.

they seem to be owed quite a lot more including from bioNtech who also licensed the tech then licensed it to pfizer and who look to be stiffing the feds. (this all came out in an SEC filing)

so let’s recap:

NIH used taxpayer money to illegally fund gain of function on coronaviruses.

they created covid 19 then lied about it.

because they did, they also had the genetic code and a dodgy mRNA vaxx blueprint lying around

they licensed it at “warp speed” to moderna and bioNtech which is how these products got to market so quickly

they received large royalties for this and many of those royalties likely went to individual NIH staffers

those staffers do not even need to disclose what they got. there is no rule or regulation requiring it.

and now, when asked under FOIA to share the contracts, they are flatly refusing to let any sunshine whatsoever anywhere near this issue.

it’s a millimeter level map of where the treasure is buried.


these sorts of exemptions are often used to protect “trade secrets” like chemical compositions, non-patented processes, and other such competitively sensitive forms of commercial art. but this is none of that. this is about money paid to a federal agency and its employees.

it’s not classified. there is no profound business rationale for failing to disclose. this is the business of we the people created with our money, funded by grants with our money, and then paid back in royalties that went to agency and agents alike in unspecified fashion as those who made the rules and recommendations around a deeply dangerous experimental product alleged to mitigate the effects of the NIH’s previous experiment escape scrutiny.

those who made the mess were not only allowed to develop and advocate for a janky jab that made the whole thing worse, but they got buckets of cash for it. even daszak and his merry band of virology villains got shiny new sinecures and posts as “official fox to watch the henhouse.”

the “sunshine act” requires pharma sales people to disclose a ham sandwich that they bought for a doctor. yet somehow, these 9 or 10 figure dealings are simply opaque and no business of we the people?

no.

the word “egregious” seems altogether inadequate to describe this state of affairs.

if some group in syria had done this, we’d brand them a terrorist organization. we’d invade the country that sheltered them and carpet bomb them to the stone age. regimes would be overthrown. we’ve done a helluva lot more on a on a helluva lot less evidence.

but instead, this internal “rogue deep state” gets the wagons circled around it. this is not democracy. it’s not a republic. it’s not accountable government. this is plutocratic bureaucracy.

laugh if you like, but this meme is not a joke:


we just keep doing this, over and over. we all just sort of look at them like “oh, you scamp!” and then go back to life as before.

this isn’t even 20 years ago. it’s 4.

and already the most outlandish intrusion into lives and liberties in modern memory is just “old news” or “cheeky misbehavior”?

what’s a few hundred million between friends?

are we to somehow accept this as within the bounds of acceptable federal peccadillo?

are we seriously that out of outrage?

this is not a solution.


and we need better.

the simple, inescapable fact is this:

if we in this nation cannot muster the political will to crack this all open, expose every last bit, every sin, every shekel, and every subterfuge and then demolish once and for all this debauched conflict of interest conflagration masquerading as public health as we inject some actual accountability and consequence, then our form of government has failed and its time we admitted as much and looked once more to the profound insights of our founders.

they are no less true today.

probably, they are more so.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness

a government that does not preserve the rights of its people but rather that shields its own agents against its citizenry as they trample upon them for power and profit is no government at all. it lacks any claim to just powers. and this is intolerable.

quartering soldiers in our homes would be a speed bump compared to this.

a regulatory and security state of the size of today’s leviathan is simply incompatible with the rights of a free people. it is and always will be its own constituency.

there is no other outcome, no better or smarter or wiser people next time to “do it correctly.”

it will always be corrupt.

perhaps abolishing all these letter agencies will not entirely solve the problem.

but it’s a start.

the simple fact is that no federal agency that cannot withstand the sunshine being let in should be allowed to persist.

this seems a basic claim that should be so uncontroversial that even having to make it feels absurd.

if it’s all or mostly on the up and up, cool, sunshine will restore confidence.

and if it’s a bit dodgy and we need to cut come cancer out, then sunshine is the friend of reform.

but it seems like what people fear is that it’s so corrupt and compromised and disgusting that there is nothing left to save and that the sunlight would raze the NIH to the ground.

well, if this is so, then the sooner the better.

the case for “too awful to allow to be assessed” seems like a loser for everyone but the grifters.

it’s not going to get better by itself.


“your terms are acceptable.”
forget indictments, its time to get the rope

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go to link, summary of all of it
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Media outlets and writers who fomented Coronamania have, over the past two years or so, been retreating slowly from the fear and loathing they began brewing up in March, 2020. They’ve calculated that a Covid-weary, distractable public won’t remember most of what they said earlier in the Scamdemic.

Last Friday, in two, paired articles, New York Times writers Apoorva Mandavilli and David Leonhardt continue this strategically slow retreat from the Covid lies they’ve sponsored. For the first time, they acknowledge that maybe the shots they’ve praised have caused a few of what jab-o-philic readers will dismiss as minor injuries.

As he begins his summary of Mandavilli’s theme, Leonhardt admits that the notion that vaxx injuries occurred makes him “uncomfortable.” He’s not expressing discomfort about the injuries themselves. He’s concerned that the vaxx critics might be proven correct.
:dat:

but these people still deserve the rope
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"Just remember: The government did more to stop the distribution of 1vermectin and Hydroxychloroquin than it did to stop the distribution of Fentanyl."

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Maybe we are getting close to some fucking indictments.
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https://boriquagato.substack.com/p/nih-in-the-hotseat
this is rep james comer grilling NIH deputy director lawrence tabak. he asks about an email from david morenz, senior advisor to tony fauci at NIH to peter daszak, the head of ecohealth, the group funded by NIH who ran and funded the gain of function experiments at the wuhan institute of virology and was so instrumental in the campaign to brand any notion that this could be the source for what came to be called “covid 19” as a “conspiracy theory.”

it’s quite a set of questions.

video at link
peter dazak of eco health that funded wuhan research wrote:"i learned from our FOIA (freedom of information act, the legislation that allows citizens to demand to see the work of the government) lady here how to make emails disappear after i am FOIA'd but before the search starts so I think we are all safe. plus, i deleted most of those earlier emails after sending them to gmail."
this is so many egregious violations it’s hard to even know where to start.

this is destruction of evidence in the face of investigation. it’s also the use of untracked unofficial emails for official business which is supposed to be a no no. and, obviously, this all pales in comparison to the underlying actions it was intended to conceal.

but sometimes, you get al capone on tax evasion.

congress may be bad at science and worse at rooting out grift, but they’re actually pretty good at rules and laws like “you don’t get to destroy evidence and play hide the ball.”

ideal? no. but at least it’s a start. because not everyone was quite as smart at they thought…
If they don't go to jail, someone needs to get the rope
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More updates later.

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NIH senior adviser Dr. David Morens improperly conducted official government business from his private email account and solicited help from the NIH’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) office to dodge records requests, according to emails revealed in a memo by the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, which The Post obtained Wednesday.

“I learned from our foia [sic] lady here how to make emails disappear after I am foia’d [sic] but before the search starts,” Morens wrote in a Feb. 24, 2021, email. “Plus I deleted most of those earlier emails after sending them to gmail [sic].”

In the most shocking exchange, on May 28, 2021, NIH’s Office of the General Counsel instructed the agency’s FOIA office to “not release anything having to do with EcoHealth Alliance/WIV,” referring to the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

“[T]here is no worry about FOIAs. I can either send stuff to Tony on his private gmail [sic], or hand it to him at work or at his house,” Morens wrote in an April 21, 2021, email. “He is too smart to let colleagues send him stuff that could cause trouble.”

“We are all smart enough to know to never have smoking guns, and if we did we wouldn’t put them in emails and if we found them we’d delete them,” read a June 16, 2020, email sent just two months after EcoHealth’s Wuhan grant was initially suspended.
I think its funny these boomers really think email on federal servers is "deleted". Their incompetence is staggering at every level.
On Oct. 5, 2021, in an email sent days before the NIH would acknowledge EcoHealth funded the risky virus experiments in Wuhan, Daszak leaned on Morens to have “the NIH FoIA [sic] group actually help reduce the scope and make some useful redactions” about the grant.

The 35-page memo by subcommittee majority staff also suggests Fauci, Morens’ former boss at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), participated “in a conspiracy amongst the highest levels” of the agency to “hide” and potentially “destroy official records regarding the origins of COVID-19.”

Morens appeared before the subcommittee Wednesday afternoon to testify about his boasts of destroying “smoking gun” emails about the COVID-19 pandemic, which one former grant fraud investigator told The Post had been “flagrant and intentional misconduct.”

“He has violated the ethical standards of conduct for executive branch employees and has potentially violated criminal law,” said Diane Cutler, an ex-investigator for the US Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General.

Both Republicunts and Democrats on the panel were united in their denunciations of Morens.

The NIAID senior scientific adviser even laughed off damning emails of his “back channel” talks with Fauci as a “joke” and insisted they had nothing to do with FOIA queries.

Another shocking exchange on May 28, 2021, shows that NIH’s Office of the General Counsel instructed the agency’s FOIA office to “not release anything having to do with EcoHealth Alliance/WIV.”

Alarmingly, the emails released Wednesday show Morens lightheartedly discussed getting “a kickback” for his assistance to the disgraced Manhattan-based EcoHealth Alliance, which funded experiments on novel bat coronaviruses at the WIV between 2014 and 2021.

“Do I get a kickback???? Too much fooking money,” Morens joked with Daszak after EcoHealth secured a $7.5 million grant in August 2020. “I just hope it doesn’t culminate in 5 years in Federal jail, or even Chinese ‘re-education camp.'”


When asked after the hearing whether Morens opened himself to criminal prosecution based on his false statements, Wenstrup told reporters: “Yes.”
These fucks broke the law, knew it, tried to cover it, broke every ethical medical standard known both in research and in the subsequent vaxx rollout, and laugh about it to themselves.

They killed a million fucking people and literally made every human on the plant sick to varying degrees playing god in their little lab experiments.

They caused untold economic pain through the same and through their lockdowns, masks, and vaccine mandates - again for the entire fucking planet.

The time for indictments is here and now. We should do more, but alas we need to be more civilized than these animals, although they don't deserve such treatment.
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Watch Dave Smith annihilate Chris Como for 3 hours. Fuck these people.

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The clips are coming.



I know its not healthy to hate people, but I can't help but hate this man and his ilk
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https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/202406.0060/v1

"Significant mutations found in recent human cases, including PB2 E627K and PB2 M631L, also suggest links to serial passage experiments. However, further investigation is urgently needed to confirm these findings and to identify all H5N1 laboratory leaks that may have occurred with a focus on mallard ducks and other migratory waterfowl, which have the potential to infect a large number of poultry and livestock facilities around the world. A moratorium on gain-of-function research including serial passage of H5N1 is indicated to prevent a man-made influenza pandemic affecting animals and humans."

IE, humans playing around with viruses in labs.

We need to put a stop to all this GOF virus research before the scientists 'accidentally' release a literal Chimeric virus.
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They are going to try this again with bird flu, dont allow it. Oh by the way its also probably a lab leak.

https://boriquagato.substack.com/p/birx ... n-bird-flu
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Quote From Brix's book:
No sooner had we convinced the Trump administration to implement our version of a two-week shutdown than I was trying to figure out how to extend it. Fifteen Days to Slow the Spread was a start, but I knew it would be just that.
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I didn’t have the numbers in front of me yet to make the case for extending it longer, but I had two weeks to get them." end quote from previous post

Do not allow them to attempt to destroy the world...again.

No masks, no lockdowns, no shots. NONE of it worked the first time.

In the immortal words of Pete Townsend,
Just like yesterday
Then I'll get on my knees and pray
We don't get fooled again
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