News Digest: Dec 3-5, 2022

Anthony Fauci and Hillary Clinton talking. What did you say when they asked a question you didn't want to answer? I'm sorry. I don't recall.

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What did you say when they asked a question you didn’t want to answer?

I’m sorry. I don’t recall.



  • Attorney Generals release full transcript of Fauci's 7-Hour deposition

    The full transcript of Dr. Anthony Fauci, who said “I don’t recall” 174 times when asked about his contradictory guidance on masking, social media’s censorship of lockdown critics, and more.


  • 71% of Americans Say Our Elections Are Rigged

    Congratulations to the Biden regime — and to America’s national security state which installed Joe Biden in the White House — for convincing 71% of Americans that our elections are rigged!

    Well done, everybody.

    The election wasn't stolen! Wethinks thou dost protest too much.


  • Matt Shelton, a Covid Hero of New Zealand

    This is very good. Lot’s posts from Twitter so go to the source to see images, videos, etc. Highly recommend. There are many, many doctors who have the done the right thing and have suffered for it. The video above is from one of links at the source.


  • The rate of respiratory infection among German children is now approaching 25%, as lockdowns continue to bear their awful fruit

    Without regular exposure to common pathogens, mothers can no longer confer crucial early immunity to their infants through breast milk.

    The German fever gauge, Grippe Web, suggests that nearly one in four German children under 15 are currently suffering some kind of respiratory infection.


  • Senator Gerard Rennick: Senate Speech in Australia Dec. 1, 2022


  • The Crimes Will Fit the Punishment: A Prophecy

    When left to their own devices and without choice or future, the most common of man will resort to the most extreme measures in a final assault.

    We are approaching this…

    Faster than the ‘speed of science’…

    Go to the source and read the whole thing. It’s short, but powerful.

    Fauci and others behind bars: I'm ready for justice, not forgiveness.


  • Critical Thinking in The Age of Censorship Pt. 1

    On the flip side, one of the most common “bad” fact checks I have observed is a generally correct story having a few tangential details that can be brought into question. Many (Trump was best known for doing this, and I believe the creators of Died Suddenly utilized this tactic as well) exploit this reflex to bait fact-checkers into debunking those peripheral inconsistencies and thereby promote the original story to the general public (who then focus on the core message rather than on the peripheral details when they see the fact check).[emphasis mine]

    Hmmm….I hadn’t thought of this. I wonder if this was a strategy of the documentary? The Doc is right, Trump did this kind of thing several times.

    The Failure of Public Education

    In the case of education, many different signs have shown that the American educational system has failed abysmally, and as the years go by, it continues to get worse. The response to this problem has been to try and optimize the educational process by standardizing it as much as possible. This is often highly counterproductive because it removes the aspect of the curriculum which allows students to creatively ponder the material and develop their insights toward knowledge.


  • France bans short haul flights - Agenda 2030 in full flow

    In the UK, by 2030, they want all airports closed except for Heathrow (England), Glasgow (Scotland) and Belfast (Northern Ireland). By 2050 they want them all closed.

    Within eight years they want shipping to contract with only freight ships operating without emissions. By 2050 they want all shipping to decline to zero.


  • Dr. Ryan Cole on whether the blood supply is safe: "We don't know"

    The parents of Baby Will are right to insist on unvaccinated blood. The safety of the blood supply is unknown. We have a medical community which is not trustable on anything vax related.

    Why Should We Believe Them?

    The medical community is still not seeing any connection between the vaccine and deaths. They don’t acknowledge the relationship except in a few rare cases. This is all willful blindness. So why should we now believe them with respect to the safety of the blood supply from vaccinated people?

    Here’s what Cole said about it:

    We don’t know.

    Nobody knows. I have clots from unvaccinated deceased that were transfused and formed large clots post transfusion and died.

    No blood bank is checking.

    “One cannot find, that for which they do not look”.

    This is akin to blood banks and hemophiliacs and HIV in the 1980s. It may not be a problem. However, it may be. There are assays academically available to check for circulating spike protein. It is criminal negligence to not assure the safety of the blood supply based on bureaucratic declarations without scientific explorations.


  • In memory of those who "died suddenly" in the United States and worldwide, November 21-November 28, 2022

    We must never, ever forget what they have done to us. No amnesty!

    Couple in a kitchen. Woman is looking outside. That guy out there just dropped dead... This climate change is getting really bad.


  • China in Five Tweets

    Go to the source and take a look at this. It’s disturbing, but necessary to know.


  • Health of Pure Bloods Threatened by Shedding of mRNA and Spike Protein

    Sadly, these careful development steps were skipped from the beginning in our military-style vaccine development program, and now the public is grappling with the issue of nucleic acid and Spike protein shedding as a potential concern among those who have worked so hard to remain healthy and free of COVID-19 vaccination. In the most comprehensive paper on shedding thus far, former Inserm researcher Dr. Helene Banoun has published the basis for which there is great likelihood that mRNA either on lipid nanoparticles or within exosomes is circulatory in blood and is secreted in every body secretion that would naturally expect to contain particles of this size.

    Spike Protein Shedding? Important Questions from Dr. McCullough:

    The pivotal questions are:
    1) for how long is a recently vaccinated person at risk to shed on to others?
    2) can shed mRNA be taken up by the recipient and begin to produce Spike protein just like vaccination?
    3) can shed Spike protein cause disease as it does in the vaccinated (e.g. myocarditis, blood clots, etc.)?

    The Doc’s Conclusion

    This research should preferably be conducted while the current products are paused and taken off to market to protect others at risk.  Until then, we simply cannot answer these questions for those who sacrificed so much to remain “pure-blood.”

     


  • Munk Debate: Mainstream Media Be it resolved, don't trust mainstream media.

    The most interesting thing about this debate is the percentage of the audience that swung over to “don’t trust the media.” Here are the percentages before the debate:

    • 48% Don’t Trust the Media
    • 52% Trust the Media

    After the Debate:

    • 67% Don’t Trust the Media
    • 33% Trust the Media

    This is apparently the largest swing ever in the history of these debates.

    From National Review(opens new window):

    To date, Taibbi and Murray won by the largest margin ever recorded at a Munk Debate. The result stunned the sold-out crowd of 2,630 viewers normally accustomed to smaller swings.

    Matt Taibbi, one of the debaters, wrote this(opens new window):

    In a wild and oddly nasty standoff, author Douglas Murray and I steamrolled Malcolm Gladwell and Michelle Goldberg in the most decisive win in the history of Canada’s Munk debates

    Yup, we DO NOT FUCKING TRUST the mainstream media. Excuse my French…


  • 1. Thread: THE TWITTER FILES

    Some highlights:

    18. Twitter took extraordinary steps to suppress the story, removing links and posting warnings that it may be “unsafe.” They even blocked its transmission via direct message, a tool hitherto reserved for extreme cases, e.g. child pornography.

    19. White House spokeswoman Kaleigh McEnany was locked out of her account for tweeting about the story, prompting a furious letter from Trump campaign staffer Mike Hahn, who seethed: “At least pretend to care for the next 20 days.”

    36.Twitter files continued:  “THE FIRST AMENDMENT ISN’T ABSOLUTE”

    Szabo’s letter contains chilling passages relaying Democratic lawmakers’ attitudes. They want “more” moderation, and as for the Bill of Rights, it’s “not absolute”


  • Elon Musk Releases THE TWITTER FILES: How Twitter Collaborated With "The Biden Team" To Cover Up The Hunter Laptop Story

    The Twitter Files that Elon Musk has released is a huge story and important.


  • McGill's "fact checker" fails to find critical flaws in Died Suddenly

      McGill’s Jonathan Jarry is back with another “fact check” in order to mislead people into thinking that they can ignore the embalmers

      Kirsch breaks it down:

      Jarry’s arguments in bold (followed by my commentary not in bold):

      1. The producers of the movie don’t want you to do your own research. It’s right in the subtitle of his story. What do you think…did Jarry even bother to ask the producers that question? I’d like to hear the recording of him asking them that question!! I’d be amazed if he ever contacted them at all. Why bother to even try to contact a source when you can just make up what you want them to say? So how does he know what they want? I talk with Stew frequently and he wants impact. If the fact checkers went to Ryan Cole’s lab and looked at these clots first hand(opens new window), I’m sure Stew would be 100% supportive. He wants the facts to get out. That’s why he made the movie.
      2. You can’t trust embalmers who have been embalming for 40 years to know what they are doing. Wow. Stunning conclusion. Lacks evidentiary basis. Yes, they are not medical doctors. But that doesn’t mean they are stupid.
      3. You can’t trust a room full of 100 embalmers who are seeing these unusual clots for the first time since the vaccine rolled out. Same comment. It’s just stunning how he can write all this stuff off because he said so.
      4. You can’t trust one of the most experienced pathologists in the US who is also an MD who has seen these clots first hand. Jarry is only going to trust his hand-picked MDs who have NOT seen the clots. Why rely on the testimony of Cole? Cole is a very experienced pathologist and he’s seen the clots and he’s an MD too. What’s not to like? Nah! Better to trust the MDs who have not seen the clots. That’s what a fact checker is supposed to do: find people who agree with you and ignore people with first hand knowledge of the evidence under consideration.
      5. You can only trust some MDs who have never personally seen any of these clots to assess what is actually going on. Actually, the criteria is whether they agree with you or not… whether they have seen the evidence under consideration isn’t really important.
      6. If there is footage put in the movie to illustrate a concept, if that footage is flawed in some way, it’s grounds for dismissing everything else, especially the most important parts. A favorite fact checker technique is throwing the baby out with the bath water, so if there is bad footage that is misleading, use that to discredit the entire film including all the excess deaths we are all seeing and the clots seen by the embalmers. Throw the baby out with the bathwater. By focusing on the technical errors, he can avoid dealing with the big issues.
      7. There is no need to take Ryan Cole up on his offer to actually go to his lab and look at these clots. After all, why would you ever need to actually look at the evidence? Yup, a good fact checker will avoid seeking out any evidence that goes against the views of the people who pay his salary.

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