Died Suddenly Garners Criticism — Died Suddenly, the widely watched documentary concerning the consequences of the Covid vax, is getting criticism from reputable places.
Dr. Robert Malone, who is gold standard for all things vax, has just published a Substack article saying the film is flawed. He is basing this on reporting by Dr. Josh Guetzkow who is Senior Lecturer in Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Guetzkow takes no issue with the claims by morticians and embalmers about fibrous blood clots being removed from the recently deceased. He calls them truly horrifying. He says, however, that the claim of a massive drop in Australian births is due to delays in data input by the government, and the high miscarriage rate in the Pfizer report to FDA is also a misrepresentation.
Guetzkow also said Microsoft founder Bill Gates 2010 Ted Talk statement can be considered with nuance.
The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about nine billion,” Gates said. “Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by, perhaps, 10 or 15 percent.
Women have fewer babies when child mortality drops and maybe that’s what Gates meant about promoting vaccines, Guetzkow said.
Well, Ok. Maybe. Guess that’s one way of looking at it if you want to be charitable.
On the other hand:
Smirking and giggling in triumph at the death of the guy with the dirt is not a good look.
Robert Malone Describes Hellish Vaccine Reality; Worse Than We Imagined — Dr. Robert Malone put on his Substack a few hours ago (Oct. 27) a video of a recent talk regarding the Covid “vaccine” along with a transcript.
If I didn’t believe in God, I’d be hitting the bottle 24/7 after reading it.
I’d suggest atheists pass on clicking the link or even reading further. Faith is required more than ever.
Malone says what has been injected into 5.4 billion arms for protection from Covid is not really a vaccine.
“These are gene therapy technologies applied to vaccination,”he said.
His early dream of treating those suffering from permanent misery by giving them new genes reached a dead end as the immune system invariably attacked new genes regardless of how beneficial.
“And that turned out to be the logic flaw in gene therapy,” he said. “And they still haven’t solved that.”
This technique, however, could be used to elicit a vaccine response, he realized. He filed the patents in 1989.
Merck bought the rights, and spent over a billion dollars before abandoning the project.
“It all sounds great on paper, and then, you got to make it work, and you got to deal with the consequences when things don’t go right,” Malone said.
The government, however, figured it might have a use.
“The CIA basically picked up the RNA part out of the trash can and pushed it forward and made it work,” Malone said.
And when Covid arrived, it was there.
The vax, however, was rushed and the FDA was coerced into bypassing standard tests.
Chemicals like polyethylene glycol were added because too long a delay after opening the bottle can cause toxic globs to form in the vax. Unfortunately some have hypersensitivity to this.
“Polyethylene glycol is probably responsible for a lot of the short-term anaphylaxis,” Malone said. “These are people that die within an hour or two after administration.”
Malone said the vax does not use not true RNA.
He used natural RNA when he developed the technique. This would only remain for a few hours due to the immune response, though.
University of Pennsylvania researchers replaced the uridine in RNA with pseudouridine.
“It makes the RNA last a much longer time so it can keep making protein,” Malone said.
But pseudouridine remains poorly understood.
“Folks have kind of gotten ahead of their skills all the way through,” Malone said. “They’ve pushed the technology because they want it so badly because the unmet medical need is so profound.”
Malone says that the courts have forced Pfizer to disclose an analysis of adverse events that have happened after authorization that the company wanted kept secret for seven years.
It included central general disorders, nervous system disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, respiratory disorders, skin disorders, infections, cardiac, vascular, psychiatric, blood and lymphatic, eye, immune, it goes on and on.
“They’ve known all this stuff,” Malone said. “This is data coming from all over the world accumulated by Pfizer by the pharmaco vigilance team, and this is what they’re reporting to the FDA, which the FDA of course then denied was actually happening.”
Malone said that the list is like nothing the experts have ever seen with such a product.
There is no question that the vax contains contaminants of small glass fragments and small metal fragments in many lots, Malone says
He said animal testing that was done not with the spike encoding RNA, but with the firefly protein called luciferase — yes Emerald Robinson, you were sorta right — using the least sensitive method for detecting where the product goes.
The vax periodically releases biologically active RNA fragments that can elicit immune responses, he said.
Also immune imprinting is happening hence the need for boosters. Malone thinks boosters are going to make it even worse.
“You actually become more susceptible to the viral infection,” he said.
Second Circle Of Hell
The vax was made with sincere intentions, says Malone. It wasn’t about power or money, and the CIA pulled the tech from the trash can for a legitimate reason.
“The technology to enable individuals to engineer bio-weapons has become so trivial that a college senior working out of their garage with stuff they can get off of eBay, can easily recreate the most lethal pathogen combinations that our government came up with in the bio-warfare program that we ran for years,” Malone said.
The CIA wanted to develop a temporary vax for a specific pathogen to give to special forces teams taking out those making the bad stuff.
This was thought to be just the ticket for everybody when Covid arrived.
By the way, DARPA, which is the CIA’s operational development arm, funded and built Moderna. Malone also said that In-Q-Tel, which is the CIA’s investment arm, built RNA manufacturing facilities in Canada.
“This is a CIA program,” Malone said. “There’s no ambiguity here. I’m not telling state secrets.”
Malone confirmed that the bio-warfare tech has now reached the point where pathogens can be engineered so they’re relatively specific for different ethnic groups based on their genetics.
Unionville-Chadds Ford Agrees To Parents’ Vax Wording — Kathleen Carmody has let us know that the Unionville-Chadds Ford School Board, Monday, Oct. 17, voted to use wording that allowed for exemptions to immunization requirements due to religious grounds or on the basis of a strong moral or ethical conviction similar to a religious belief or moral/philosophical grounds or whose physician certifies that the student’s physical condition contraindicates immunization.
The board initially sought to remove the wording moral-philosophical as a reason for an exemption.
As importantly the board also included the phrase or in accordance withlaw, regulations, or a legally binding order from the PA Department of Health and/or Chester County Health Department as a reason to exclude a child from class. The initial wording sought was programs or guidance established by the PA Department of Health.
“Both of these improvements are a noteworthy win,” Mrs. Carmody said.
She said that board members Robert Sage and John Murphy appeared to have played “the most significant role in correcting this alarming situation.”
Vax Honcho Calls Cops On Kirsch — Steve Kirsch, the brilliant inventor who now calls himself a journalist — his Substack page has nearly a million followers, after all, which is more than twice as much as than Daily Times, the Daily News and the Inquirer combined — had the police called upon him when he tried to contact Dr. Grace Lee at her Palo Alto, Ca. home.
Kirsch said he emailed and texted her but did not receive an response, so he went to her house. He rang the bell without getting an answer. He waited 20 minutes and then went back to his car and wrote a note. He returned to the door and hung the note. As he turned to leave he was confronted by two policemen.
He explained what he was doing and gave the officers the note. The officers let him go. When he looked back he saw the officers giving Dr. Lee the note which read:
Do you want to see the Israeli safety data? Please let me know yes or no. Lives are at stake. Steve Kirsch 650-xxx-xxxx.
Kirsch figures he did his job and that it’s time for Dr. Lee to do hers.
Ivermectin The Truth — Ivermectin: The Truth, a 15-minute film featuring highly respected and accomplished people like Pierre Kory, Paul Marik, Peter McCullough, Robert Malone, Chris Martenson, Richard Bartlett, and Mike Yeadon who were silenced for questioning the official narrative is worth watching.
Leave aside the question as to whether the Nobel Prize winning but patent-expired drug is a cure for Covid-19. It is undeniable that our government and media establishment shamelessly lied with the implication that Ivermectin was dangerous when taken in recommended doses.
We aren’t yet ready to buy that Queen Elizabeth is a space lizard but let’s consider this chart of Covid-19 deaths which shows U.S. deaths peaking at 10 per million on Jan. 13, 2021. As of Tuesday (Aug.30, 2022) its 1.3 per million.
This interactive timeline, however, shows that U.S. excess mortality of all causes was between 100 and 200 per 100,000 people at the Covid death peak. It’s now between 300 and 400 per 100K.
The increase can’t be Covid.
The timeline works with a slide near the bottom of the page.
Author and one-time New York Times reporter Alex Berenson is reporting that live births in heavily vaccinated Singapore are down 8.5 percent from last year. Swedish journalist Peter Imanuelsen is saying live births are down 14 percent in Sweden from last year.
Births aren’t down everywhere — the U.S. birth rate is actually up a teeny bit from 2021 — but Berenson’s and Imanuelsen’s reporting shouldn’t be dismissed.
And one doesn’t have to believe in space lizards to know that tyrants have always been and the powerful always want more power, and these people don’t consider the rest of us as anything important.
Until last month, this crowd had carved in stone that Earth’s population should not be more than 500 million. This would require eliminating 7 billion people to achieve.
Covid Sows Seeds For Totalitarian Harvest — Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of the mRNA vaccine, has published on his Substack an article by Dr. Mattias Desmet, who coined the term mass formation psychosis, which is a “specific kind of group formation that makes people radically blind to everything that goes against what the group believes in. In this way, they take the most absurd beliefs for granted.”
He cites an incident in the 1979 Iranian Revolution when people started to believe that the portrait of Ayatollah Khomeini could be seen on the surface of the moon. Crowds would fill the streets during full moons to look for it — and claim to be able to see it.
More significantly, those griped by this psychosis become radically intolerant of dissent, and radically willing to sacrifice for the collective. He cites an Iranian mother who turned her son over to the authorities to be hanged. She then actually put the rope around his neck.
Desmet is a well-published Belgian psychiatrist and statistician who is a professor at Ghent University.
Desmet is also the author of the recently publishedThe Psychology of Totalitarianism, which is also the title of the Substack article.
Obviously, mass formation psychosis is a stepping stone to totalitarianism.
“Totalitarianism is not a historical coincidence,” Desmet said. “It is the logical consequence of mechanistic thinking and the delusional belief in the omnipotence of human rationality. As such, totalitarianism is a defining feature of the Enlightenment tradition.”
He says his book focuses on the broader cultural–historical processes from which totalitarianism emerges.
He said the Covid response matches the process. Expert virologists were called upon to save us. They replaced unreliable politicians who had been answerable to the people. When the mechanistic experts failed, they changed definitions like Orwell’s pigs and consolidated power.
Desmet also said that the “explosive proliferation of mass surveillance technology led to new and previously unimaginable means for the manipulation of the masses.”
He said his book ultimately is about finding a way out of the current cultural impasse.
“The real task facing us as individuals and as a society is to envision a new view of humankind and the world, to find a new foundation for our identity, to formulate new principles for living together with others, and to reclaim a timely human capacity—Truth Speech,” he says.
College Mandates Should Mean Outrage — Haverford and Swarthmore colleges along with Villanova University mandates all students be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 to attend classes.
Widener University mandates the vax but cites on its website an allowance for medical exemptions, while Neumann College’s Covid page allows for medical and religious exemptions.
The only Delaware County college being smart is the community college.
“Beginning with the Summer I session and going forward, vaccination will no longer be required for students, faculty and staff,” DCCC’s website says.
Why aren’t parents outraged at the schools that mandate?
Your child must put a drug in his body that remains untested-to-standards; the long-term effects unknown; the concerns about the short term effects legitimate; and the ineffectiveness without dispute, else he can’t attend college, which is now a necessity for a professional career.
Unionville-Chadds Ford Immunization Issue Explained On Dom — Kudos to Kathleen Carmody who just ended an excellent segment of the legendary Dom Giordano Show regarding the goings on with the Unionville-Chadds Ford School Board.
The district, which includes municipalities from Chester and Delaware counties, Pennsylvania, is pondering whether they should take out the moral-philosophical clause in the immunization exemption policy.
Religious and medical exemptions would remain.
One board member described the change as mere semantics. This, of course, raises the question as to why bother then.