Sunday, February 28, 2021

Yet Another, Authorized for Emergency Use, Experimental Vaccine. Johnson & Johnson.

 Johnson & Johnson's authorization brings the total to 3 experimental vaccines being injected into the arms of the unsuspecting. (US)  Before we all read about this latest emergency use authorization, refresh your memory or enlighten yourself by reading the report from October 13/20: Johnson and Johnson Halts Late Stage Covid Vaccine Trial After “Mystery Illness”

"Dr. William Schaffner, a professor of infectious diseases at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, said by email that “Everybody is on the alert because of what happened with AstraZeneca,” adding that it could take a week to gather information.

“It would have to be a serious adverse event. If it was something like prostate cancer, uncontrolled diabetes or a heart attack - they wouldn’t stop it for any of those reasons. This is likely to be a neurological event,” he said"

 Bearing in mind that Johnson and Johnson is not a company you should put any faith in.

also read the comment left by yaya:

From J&J - one more acronym for the ongoing list: SAE (serious adverse event).

They're not detailing the problem because they need to protect the participant's privacy.

Their major words of comfort are to their investors. They make it clear it's only a "study pause", not a "regulatory" order forced on them. So carry on; no big deal.

 True believers need not read the information below. For anyone else who is sane and sentient... check out this latest abuse of humanity

Anthony Fauci has been championing this one for a while: NIH
"Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to the Janssen Pharmaceuticals Companies of Johnson & Johnson for its single-shot COVID-19 vaccine, called Ad.26.COV2S or JNJ-78436725. The Janssen vaccine is a recombinant vector vaccine that uses a human adenovirus to express the spike protein found on the surface of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19. Adenoviruses are a group of viruses that cause infections in the respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts; the adenovirus vector used in the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine has been modified so it no longer can replicate in humans and cause illness. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health, and the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, supported late-stage clinical testing of the Janssen vaccine. It is the third COVID-19 vaccine in the United States to be granted an EUA by FDA. NIH Director Francis S. Collins, M.D. Ph.D., NIAID Director Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., and BARDA Director Gary Disbrow, Ph.D., released the following statements:

“This week marked a devastating milestone of 500,000 deaths from COVID-19 here in the United States. The loss attributed to the disease is almost unfathomable. To have a third vaccine that meets the expectations of an EUA for safety and effectiveness at preventing severe disease and death from COVID-19 brings us one step closer to protecting the American public, staying ahead of concerning viral variants, and finding our way out of the pandemic. I would like to thank the clinical staff who conducted the clinical trials of the vaccine as well as the thousands of study participants who helped us find the scientific answers necessary to reach this important day.” – NIH Director Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D.

“The Janssen COVID-19 vaccine is a very welcome addition to the arsenal of COVID-19 vaccines and other prevention strategies. When tested among 45,000 volunteers, the single-injection vaccine proved 77 percent effective in preventing severe/critical COVID-19 occurring at least 14 days after vaccination and 85 percent effective in preventing severe/critical COVID-19 occurring at least 28 days after vaccination. The vaccine was approximately 67 percent effective in preventing moderate-to-severe/critical COVID-19 disease occurring at least 14 days after vaccination and 66 percent effective in preventing moderate-to-severe/critical COVID-19 disease occurring at least 28 days after vaccination. Importantly, the vaccine was 100 percent effective in protecting against death from the disease everywhere it was tested. In addition to meeting the expectations of safety and effectiveness to support emergency use authorization, the Janssen vaccine has the advantage of requiring only a single injection and can be easily transported and stored without special refrigeration requirements. To get control of the COVID-19 pandemic, stay ahead of worrisome viral mutations, and protect the American public, we must vaccinate as many Americans as we can as quickly as possible. The Janssen vaccine provides yet another option to help achieve those goals.” – NIAID Director Anthony S. Fauci, M.D.           

The FDA’s emergency use authorization of the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine is exciting news on many fronts. A single dose vaccine stored at refrigerated temperatures and that prevents hospitalizations and deaths from COVID has the potential to change the trajectory of the pandemic in the U.S. and globally. Janssen and BARDA have a history of working together, developing treatments and vaccines for influenza and Ebola. To manufacture their COVID-19 vaccine in the United States, Janssen is working with resources we established after the 2009 influenza pandemic: our Centers for Innovation in Advanced Development and Manufacturing and our fill-finish manufacturing network. With the development of this vaccine, we are seeing the results of years of work on platform technologies and public-private partnerships coming to fruition.” – BARDA Director Gary Disbrow, Ph.D.

Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D., is Director of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.

Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., is Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.

Gary Disbrow, Ph.D., is Director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), in the HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response."

FDA Authorizes Emergency Use Of Johnson & Johnson's Single-dose COVID-19 Vaccine


Saturday, February 27, 2021

Armenia: The Push to Toss Pashinyan is still active

From earlier today!

  1. 10 Dead With Vaccine in Canada- Adverse Reactions Continue Their Higher then Norm Pattern

  2. Israel ESTIMATES Ship Explosion in Gulf of Oman was Iranian Attack- False Flag/False Crisis

Pashinyan is looking powerless right now

Unless he’s got some cards still left to play? We shall see. The opposition doesn’t look to forceful either. Unless the military gets active? Pashinyan is trying to prevent this uniting of forces.

Pashinyan wanted to sack the leadership of the military. The President refused to take the necessary actions..


PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian President Armen Sarkissian has sent the proposal to sack the chief of Army General Staff, Colonel-General Onik Gasparyan back to Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, his office said Saturday, February 27.

Pashinyan is going to re submit the proposal
"The President decided to send back to the Prime Minister a draft decree on dismissal of the chief of the General Staff of the Armenian Armed Forces. This step does not contribute to solving the current situation. I am resending to the President the request to dismiss the chief of the General Staff, expecting it to be signed in accordance with the established procedure," he noted.
The media rumour mill about the Iskander missile failures was, in my opinion, disinfo.
Enabling western media to blame Russia for this attempted coup- I simply don’t see this as credible.

 The so called civilian opposition, along side the military, is demanding Pashinyan step down.


There doesn’t seem to be a whole lot of popular support. Perhaps Armenians are looking to have some quiet time to contemplate their future? I don’t know?

“Overall, this is a power struggle between two worn-out camps with declining popular support. The former governing parties and Pashinian‘s government equally failed to deliver coherent strategies for developing the country. Pashinian and his team then marched into the 44-day Second Karabakh War against Azerbaijan (see EDM, November 25, 2020), pulling its military along to disaster. The Army had enjoyed hallowed status in Armenia under the previous regime (1998–2018), but little appears to remain of that status now.”
 Though there may be NO real desire for change within Armenia- There is plenty from outside of Armenia- The outside interests who have strong desire for change have been previously named. They are, again,as follows: The US. The EU. France, especially doing the bidding of another interested party- Israel. The PKK. Very influential in the EU and Israel (undoubtedly they have their lobbyists in the US) 

  A big question, perhaps someone who reads here can answer this. How integrated is the Armenian army with NATO?  Armenia has been looking towards NATO for some time now. How much progress had they made towards integration?  Check the news coverage over the past several years US Generals Visiting Armenia, US Military Instructors Training Armenian Recruits, Armenian Troops Participating in NATO Drills. US Praises US/Armenian Military Cooperation. Etc., Etc., It seems there has been a fair amount of intermingling between the US and Armenia. Over and extended period of time.

* Will Biden Save Pashinian?   Why Should We Assume Biden Wants Pashinian Saved? 

It looks to me as if the Biden administration wants him out!


Turkey’s preference is to promote peace, cooperation and economic integration in the South Caucasus. Hence the proposed establishment of a six-party mechanism.

Stability in the Caucasus, the Caspian and Central Asia would facilitate the transportation of energy and trade – which serve Turkey’s interests. The creation of a land corridor between Turkey and the Turkic republics via Nakhchivan, too, is good news for Ankara.

Peace between Azerbaijan and Armenia, normalization between Turkey and Armenia, and Armenia’s reintegration to address its economic problems are key to stability in the Caucasus.

The rise to power of coup plotters, who will launch a new war against Azerbaijan, or Armenia’s deterioration into a failed state due to Russian-American competition, would create many problems, including irregular migration.

Who would want/benefit from a failed state in Armenia?

It would seem that the coup attempt in Armenia will test the Biden administration’s commitment to containing Russia and defending democracies.

 The Biden adminstration wants to contain Russia, but, any claim of defending democracies should only be seen as a ruse. Right now I’m seeing the Biden administration preferring to push Pashinian out- in the guise of saving democracy.  A deadly game is afoot.

10 Dead With Vaccine in Canada- Adverse Reactions Continue Their Higher then Norm Pattern

 I've been tracking this for a bit now... Of course many of the figures are estimates and there is a lag in data. Estimated or actual. Or both.


Covid-19 Vaccine Data 

Feb 19/21 (always a week behind) - 10 Dead with Vaccine

As of the report, dated February 12/21:  1, 221, 539 were administered

The latest report dated February 19/21:  1,402,139 doses were administered

So we are looking at the stats for an additional 180,600 mRNA gene therapies masquerading as vaccines
 From those additional 180,600 injections, 278 adverse events have occurred. 27 of them serious.
The serious still being, most often, anaphylaxis. The rate of anaphylaxis is exponentially higher then usual.

Usually one would expect 1 incident of anaphylaxis per million.  As you can read there have been 27 in less then 200,000.  We’d be looking at more then 135 incidents per million.

This week it’s reported there have been ten deaths:

A total of ten reports identified deaths that occurred after the administration of a vaccine. Following medical case review, it has been determined that seven of these deaths are not linked to a COVID-19 vaccine and the other three are still under investigation.

Last week there were eight reported. So we’ve got two additional deaths in one week. With three of them being under investigation- Those will be swept under the rug, that I’m sure of.
Still it is a given considering  the side effects of this vaccine, such as nausea, vomiting and diarrhea which would be extremely hard on the elderly and could lead quite quickly to their death. 

Which is death by vaccine, any way you want to look at it!

  • 278 - New adverse event following immunization reports since last update
  • 251 new non-serious and 27 new serious
  • 1,235 Total adverse event following immunization reports
  • (0.088% of all doses administered)
  • 1,068 Total adverse event following immunization reports were non-serious
  • (0.076% of all doses administered)
  • 167 Total adverse event following immunization reports were serious
  • (0.012% of all doses administered)
  • 1,402,139 Total doses administered

Israel ESTIMATES Ship Explosion in Gulf of Oman was Iranian Attack- False Flag/False Crisis

 Wow, that is some serious weasel wording. "Estimates" 

What does that word actually mean?

Estimate defined: estimate implies a judgment, considered or casual, that precedes or takes the place of actual measuring or counting or testing out.

We now know that a judgement has been made without any actual investigation- The disinfo potential is huge. 



A ship owned by an Israeli firm, the MV HELIOS RAY, was (estimated)  hit by an explosion in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday, the United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) and a maritime security firm said on Friday. The current assessment in Israel is that the explosion was a targeted attempt against an Israeli-owned ship by Iran.

However, the cause of the explosion remains unclear.

"Investigations are ongoing. Vessel and crew are safe," the UKMTO's advisory notice said, advising vessels in the area to exercise caution.

The incident occurred at 2040 GMT, it said, but gave no details about a possible cause.

Maritime security firm Dryad Global said the MV HELIOS RAY was a vehicle carrier owned by Helios Ray Ltd, an Israeli firm registered in the Isle of Man. The ship was en route to Singapore from Dammam in Saudi Arabia.

A spokesman for Israel's Transportation Ministry said it had no information about an Israeli vessel having been struck in the Gulf.

A company with the name Helios Ray Ltd is incorporated in the Isle of Man. The ship was managed by Stamco Ship Management, Refinitiv ship tracking data showed. Stamco Ship Management declined to comment when contacted by phone by Reuters.

"Whilst details regarding the incident remain unclear it remains a realistic possibility that the event was the result of asymmetric activity by Iranian military," Dryad said in a report on the incident.

Refinitiv data shows the ship has set Dubai as its current destination.

The U.S. Navy's Bahrain-based Fifth Fleet said it was aware of the incident and monitoring the situation.

 NorthernTruthseeker is covering this as well

Friday, February 26, 2021

Dr Fausti Admits Vaccine Is A Failure For Transmission Reduction- Told Ya So!

 Hate to say you were all told this FACT, repeatedly. But you were.. This vaccine was never designed or proven to reduce transmission. Never. Ever. 

 Those media talking heads that have been pushing this, alt and msm, have been intentionally misleading or so inculcated with fear and disinfo that they took leave of the senses. Whichever? 

 This Meaghan McCain person (who ever she is) seems more bothered by the fact that Dr Fausti admitted to the failure of this vaccine. She seems bothered by his message more then the reality of the vaccine FAIL- Save for it being a mass experiment which is a win for the the pharmaceutical profiteers including, but certainly not limited, to Bill Gates.

Oh and she, Meaghan McCain, such a virtue signaling individual- can't trust that type!

Below the video I've relinked multiple previous reports that have discussed the failure to stop transmission issue with this so called vaccine. (mRNA therapy)  Long known. Check the dates on the posted information. Failure to stop transmission was known before the, ahem, vaccine was given EUA (emergency use authorization) and NOT approved.


It isn’t that Fausti is bad at his job. He's, in fact, been very good at misleading the herd.

He simply can’t keep on lying now that the vaccine is being rolled out- The Truth was inevitably going to bubble up to the surface. The vaccine doesn’t impede transmission. It never was demonstrated to do so.  There was NO SCIENCE, only spin, behind any claims of this vaccine doing much of anything beneficial. Unless one considers  causing harm and death by injection beneficial?  Those facts are being well obfuscated by the msm and some alt media darlings. Even that can only stand for so long, before it to will be bathed in the light.

Face it the masses have been played as fools. And they allowed themselves to be. By being lazy and not doing their own due diligence.

  1.  So you got the much ballyhooed Covid "vaccine"... And then you contracted Covid! Now What? 
  2.  Vaccinated Nurse Gets Covid "Positive Test Doesn't Necessarily Mean Nurse Has Contracted Illness" Oh, really?
  3. CovIdiocracy: False Hope, Hysteria Rules & More Vaccine Reactions and Deaths 
  4.  Covid Outbreak Hits Site of First in Canada Covid Vaccination Roll Out

In order for this experiment on humanity to be conducted the bar for this vaccine was set lower then usual. And the usual is quite low as it is. Including the EAU

  1. The FDA DID NOT "APPROVE" The Pfizer Vaccine, They AUTHORIZED it For Use. EUA = Emergency Use Authorization

In my opinion, based on all I've read and written this latest pandemic vaccine trope can only be seen as justification for  mass human experimentation. Without your informed consent! 

Don't Miss (much going on in this world) 


Thursday, February 25, 2021

High Fructose Sweetener is Toxic Swill, an alleged “Food Product” & Implicated in Sickness Fuel by the Covid Virus

Armenia & possible coup in the works? As the remake agenda progresses under the progressive Biden regime. 

From earlier today

High Fructose Sweetener- Disgusting and it's everywhere. It's been implicated time and time again with inflammation in our bodies. This inflammation causes diabetes. Cancer. And has been fueling the sickness induced by Covid. 

Revisit the PFYT report from December 2020:  Vitamin D and COVID 19: The Evidence for Prevention and Treatment of Coronavirus (SARS CoV 2)

We do not consume high fructose sweetener regularly. (Though it's hard to avoid and is include in many more products then it should be- so watch out for it)  This product is toxic beyond belief. And inflammatory. 

HFCS and sugar have been shown to drive inflammation, which is associated with an increased risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. In addition to inflammation, excess fructose may increase harmful substances called advanced glycation end products (AGEs), which may harm your cells ( 21 , 22 , 23 ).Sep 27, 2019
Study after study are taking their place in a growing lineup of scientific research demonstrating that consuming high-fructose corn syrup is the fastest way to trash your health.

 Fructose reprogrammes glutamine-dependent oxidative metabolism to support LPS-induced inflammation


Fructose intake has increased substantially throughout the developed world and is associated with obesity, type 2 diabetes and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Currently, our understanding of the metabolic and mechanistic implications for immune cells, such as monocytes and macrophages, exposed to elevated levels of dietary fructose is limited.

See previous post. Entirely

Here, we show that fructose reprograms cellular metabolic pathways to favour glutaminolysis and oxidative metabolism, which are required to support increased inflammatory cytokine production in both LPS-treated human monocytes and mouse macrophages. A fructose-dependent increase in mTORC1 activity drives translation of pro-inflammatory cytokines in response to LPS. LPS-stimulated monocytes treated with fructose rely heavily on oxidative metabolism and have reduced flexibility in response to both glycolytic and mitochondrial inhibition, suggesting glycolysis and oxidative metabolism are inextricably coupled in these cells. The physiological implications of fructose exposure are demonstrated in a model of LPS-induced systemic inflammation, with mice exposed to fructose having increased levels of circulating IL-1β after LPS challenge. Taken together, our work underpins a pro-inflammatory role for dietary fructose in LPS-stimulated mononuclear phagocytes which occurs at the expense of metabolic flexibility.


Typically, activation of the human innate immune system requires the rewiring of cellular metabolic pathways largely to favour glucose metabolism1,2,3,4,5. However, in the various nutrient environments they inhabit, monocytes will be exposed to a range of different carbon sources, the availability of which will likely dictate their metabolism and phenotype. One such carbon source is fructose, the second most abundant dietary sugar found in humans. Fructose is metabolised by glycolysis either by ketohexokinase producing fructose-1-phosphate, a substrate for aldolase B6 (in the liver, kidneys and intestines for example) or converted to the glycolytic intermediate fructose-6-phosphate by hexokinase (HK), albeit at a lower rate than glucose7,8.

 Fructose intake has increased substantially throughout the Western world, largely attributed to elevated sucrose and high fructose corn syrup consumption9 and is thought to exacerbate various non-communicable conditions such as obesity, type 2 diabetes and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease9. Chronic fructose consumption in these conditions has recently been shown to drive hepatic fructolysis, where the expression of lipogenic genes is enhanced10,11,12.

Typically, physiological levels of fructose in the circulation range from 0.04 to 0.2 mM13; however, there are several pathophysiological scenarios in which levels of fructose are elevated. For example, peripheral blood levels can exceed 1 mM in patients with haematological malignancies such as acute myeloid leukaemia and acute lymphoblastic leukaemia14. In addition, fructose concentrations in the bone marrow microenvironment of haematological cancer patients can reach up to 5 mM14. Alterations in the glucose to fructose ratio, particularly when glucose is scarce, enables acute myeloid leukaemia blasts to significantly enhance fructose uptake14. Localised mouse tissue microenvironments, such as the liver, kidneys and jejunum, also have elevated levels of fructose metabolism15. Therefore, there are various pathophysiological scenarios and tissue microenvironments where monocytes will be exposed to either equimolar concentrations of fructose and glucose or concentrations of fructose exceeding that of glucose
The impact of elevated fructose exposure on the immune system has not been investigated extensively. Chronic fructose exposure in rats results in a more inflammatory phenotype of bone marrow mononuclear cells16. While there is some evidence that lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-stimulated human dendritic cells are able to produce enhanced levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines when cultured in fructose as opposed to glucose, the underlying metabolic rewiring that enables this pro-inflammatory phenotype has not been investigated17.

Here we characterise how human monocytes and mouse macrophages respond metabolically and functionally to fructose exposure. We show that activated mononuclear phagocytes demonstrate plasticity in engaging metabolism of this alternative carbon source, yet it leaves the cells metabolically inflexible and vulnerable to further metabolic challenge. Fructose exposure reprogrammes cellular pathways to favour glutaminolysis and oxidative metabolism, which support an inflammatory phenotype in both human and mouse mononuclear phagocytes. Finally, we demonstrate that a short-term high fructose diet promotes inflammation in vivo, suggesting that our findings have pathophysiological significance.
Fructose exposure promotes an oxidative phenotype

We sought to investigate the metabolic response to fructose exposure in activated human monocytes in comparison to other monosaccharides (glucose and galactose) or complete sugar withdrawal. Galactose has been used previously to promote oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) in T cells by reducing glycolysis18. Using the Seahorse Bioanalyzer, we initially injected the monosaccharide (glucose, fructose or galactose) or media control containing no sugar. After 1 h, monocytes were stimulated with LPS and the corresponding extracellular acidification rate (ECAR) and oxygen consumption rate (OCR) were used to measure glycolysis and OXPHOS, respectively, for the duration.

Monocytes incubated with glucose demonstrated a robust increase in basal and LPS-induced ECAR (Fig. 1A). By contrast, monocytes treated with fructose or galactose had low baseline levels of glycolysis, only slightly greater than no sugar controls (Fig. 1A). In addition, monocytes treated with fructose, galactose or no sugar had only a modest increase in ECAR post-LPS exposure (Fig. 1A). Upon activation, glucose-treated cells reduced their OCR, consistent with the reported metabolic switch from OXPHOS to glycolysis upon activation3. Monocytes treated with fructose, galactose or no sugar had an initial burst of increased oxygen consumption and maintained higher OCR for the duration of the assay (Fig. 1B). This demonstrates metabolic flexibility of human monocytes, in this case towards OXPHOS when the cells are unable to engage in glycolysis.
I'll have more information on the affects of  the toxic swill Fructose Sweetener on your immune system at a later date.

Armenia: Coup In The Works? Whose Coup? War Maker Biden. NED 404 & Cached Finds..

Pashinyan is in trouble. Clearly. And he has been since the settling of the Nagorno Karabakh fighting.  But, who are the players behind this trouble?

  • 1- The people? To some degree, yes.
  • 2- Russia? They've got their friendlies in place. But, I'm not convinced of their involvement  to overthrow- Why bother? Really?
  • 3- The US and friends? I'm certain that, yes, the US and their friends, particularly in the EU maybe pulling strings behind the scene.

Let's recall 3 recent reports:

Updated 4:18 pm EST:

First up : November 19/20  Turkey and Russia Transforming Relations? Biden's "ancien regime" Will Be A War Maker, Both Foreign and Domestic

  Biden will appease the self identified left and their idea of social justice by waging war on new people in new places, for all the “right” reasons...

All the memes that appeal to the ‘do righters’ who believe themselves to be bringers of global justice when all these goals serve only to advance the multinational corporate ability to extort massively from the people at enormous expense, on many levels, to humanity. 
Do righters = Social Justice warriors = "woke"

Secondly - January 19, 2021- The Future of Armenia: Three Options For More EU Meddling

As was stated then by yours truly..

The Future of Armenia- is not for Armenia to decide

Have no fear the EU is going to keep it’s foot in the door and continue to force Armenian’s to bend to the will of the globalist capitalist western 5 + 1 eyes agenda. Remember that France’s Macron simply  couldn’t keep his mouth shut as Russia negotiated a settlement in this locale.? France and the US were extremely displeased with the agreement made between Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan.   

No one could have thought the settlement, which had the support of Iran and Turkey as well was, going to be allowed to stand without being challenged?

Thirdly: November 29/20   France's Whining Over The Nagarno Karabakh Agreement (Russia, Armenia & Azerbaijan) Continues On. 

 Yah, France. The leadership of that nation has no desire for peace in NK.  None. Nadda, Zéro  Zéro . Still awaiting the answer to the question - Why has France been getting a free pass in the media, alt and msm, for it's heavy handed and obvious involvement in Nagarno Karabakh?

By the way, no one ever stepped forward to explain why it was France was getting a free pass. Alt media? Anti imperial media? Oh, the silence was deafening.

Onto the latest!

PanARMENIAN.Net - The General Staff of the Armenian Army issued a fresh statement on Thursday, Febriary 25, maintaining that their previous statement demanding Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan's resignation was not pressured by any person or power.

The statement "is the clear conviction and position of the generals and officers, with a single goal of serving the salvation of the Homeland at this crucial moment. We confirm our position once again," the General Staff said.

The country is facing a serious political crisis after the top military brass demanded Pashinyan's resignation. The PM, however, claims he had already dismissed the chief of the Army General Staff. The parliamentary opposition has already weighed in on the matter, urging against bloodshed and calling for a peaceful transition of power.   
YEREVAN, FEBRUARY 25, ARMENPRESS. The opposition Homeland Salvation Movement demanding the resignation of PM Nikol Pashinyan is rallying in the Freedom Square in downtown Yerevan.

The ARF member Gegham Manukyan, one of the coordinators of the movement, said they will not give in to provocations and urged law enforcement agencies to thwart any such attempts.

Manukyan said the law enforcement agencies ought to join the military’s calls for Pashinyan’s resignation.

The ARF member Artsvik Minasyan added that they support the Armenian military.

Meanwhile, PM Nikol Pashinyan has called on his supporters to rally in the Republic Square after the Armed Forces General Staff issued a statement calling for his resignation. Pashinyan said this statement amounts to an attempted coup.

Homeland Salvation Movement... Sounds like a pro west/ pro NATO party. If you think about it this is a party that represents more war. "Homeland Salvation" And war doesn't benefit the Armenian people.

Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu     

Turkey on Thursday “strongly condemned” what it described as an attempted coup in neighboring Armenia, where Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan was facing calls by the military’s top brass to resign. 
“We strongly condemn the attempted coup in Armenia,” Turkish Foreign Minister
Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu told a news conference in Budapest. “We are absolutely against coups and coup attempts anywhere in the world.

 General condemnation? Better to dance with the devil you know? Or a clue as to who is fomenting the coup. (The US/EU/Israel/PKK alliance) Turkey has everything to lose if the aforementioned alliance tosses Pashinyan. Pashinyan has been a tool and a fool, but, he's been subdued quite a bit. Weakened, one would easily say.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan signed a decree today to create a working group tasked with reforming the military and to deepen security ties with Russia.

“We intend to establish even closer cooperation with our number one security partner, Russia. We are confident that as a result of this process, this cooperation will become more effective in the fields of security, military and military-technical cooperation," Pashinyan said at today’s government cabinet session.

Is this move by Pashinyan yet another suggestion to us, a clue, of who is fomenting the coup?

 One final item of interest, if one visits the NED site- And checks Armenia in 2019- a 404 error message is returned. However.. If you get the cached page it’s a very different reality. A sampling below and yes there is more at the link

Countering Misinformation about Armenia

Analytical Center on Globalization and Regional Cooperation


To promote a better understanding of Armenian politics and policy positions inside the country and internationally. The organization will hold study visits for independent journalists from Russia to meet with Armenian politicians and civil society, conduct interviews with leading Armenian political parties on their policy positions, monitor local media for disinformation and conduct trainings on fact-checking for local journalists in two cities.

Democracy, Security, and Foreign Policy

The Armenian Institute of International and Security Affairs


To promote informed public debate about Armenian foreign and security policy. The institute will produce analytical articles, host roundtable discussions, conduct trainings, and organize forums designed to promote development of a united policy agenda anchored in shared democratic values. The project will increase the availability of objective information on the importance of Euro-Atlantic integration and the interrelationship of domestic and foreign policy.

Independent Journalists’ Network


To provide news and analysis of Armenian current events on its website. The organization will produce daily news and analysis, including video reporting, as well as talk shows and in-depth video investigations on political and human rights topics. The grantee will provide analysis of key political developments, reforms, and problems facing the new government.
EVN News Foundation


To promote debate and discussion on current events in Armenia. The organization will publish articles on recent events and on the key social and political issues in the country. Its Armenian- and English-language coverage will provide domestic audience and international observers with objective analysis of the challenges Armenia faces in its democratic development.

EVN Report

EVN News Foundation

Supplement: $7,700

To promote debate and discussion on current events in Armenia. The organization will publish articles on recent events and on the key social and political issues in the country. Its Armenian- and English-language coverage will provide the domestic audience and international observers with objective analysis of the challenges Armenia faces in its democratic development.
Will the coup succeed?

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Talk Therapy Is A Better Treatment for Depression then Big Pharma's “Anti Depressants”

Big Pharma's "anti depressants" are like a sick joke on people who actually consume these things.. "Anti depressants" have a well known side effect (so called) they can actually worsen depression

Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are the most widely prescribed class of antidepressant drugs, and they work by increasing levels of a brain chemical called serotonin. While this boost in serotonin occurs within minutes to hours after an SSRI is taken, patients usually have to take the medication for about 2 weeks before experiencing any relief of symptoms. During this delay, the drug may actually aggravate depression, in some cases even increasing the risk for suicide.
Who can forget all the murders that took place when people took their "anti depressants"?

England’s most popular antidepressants have been linked to at least 28 murders, an investigation reveals.

It also uncovered a further 32 reports of users suffering from murderous thoughts since the 1980s.

 But pay no never mind to the reality of these drugs wreaking havoc on your brain. Let's read the latest report from Forbes, that I'd characterize as  yet another "no shit sherlock" item. 

  It’s so plainly obvious that talking, chewing the fat, interacting with other humans you feel comfortable with and are supportive of you is so much better for you then any stinkin’ pharmaceutical interference. Humans are social. They need face to face interaction. They need to talk in person. This is why the so called pandemic is having such deleterious affects on all of us locked down and terrorized by those governments and their media toadies enforcing repressive medical martial law.

Loneliness and Isolation Killing people sure came to pass- Drug Overdoses, Suicides It's all present- Thanks to the tyranny of good intentions.

March 23/20 : Trump, Making Sense? Social Distancing Contrary To Human Nature; Loneliness & Isolation Kill

“Humans are just really intrinsically social creatures. We are the most extreme example of a species that’s decided that collaborating with others is going to be my entire strategy,”

So important is social connection to humans that the lack of it is terrible for our health. America already has high levels of loneliness, considered a public health hazard in itself even before coronavirus isolated us further.

Forbes: Talk Therapy Better Then Anti Depressants

A new paper published in the journal Cognitive Therapy and Research argues that talk therapy is, in most cases, more effective at treating depression than antidepressant medications.

This conclusion is based on fifty years of data and theory comparing the effectiveness of traditional modes of talk therapy, such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and antidepressant medications, such as Prozac, Zoloft, and other selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs).
The authors, led by Steven Hollon of Vanderbilt University, point to a series of studies showing that people who talk through their depression with a mental health professional are more likely to (1) reduce the duration of depressive episodes and (2) to address the root cause of the depression, making relapse less common. By their estimates, patients treated to remission with talk therapy are half as likely to relapse following treatment as patients treated with antidepressant medications.
“Depression is the most prevalent of the psychiatric disorders and the second leading cause of burden worldwide,” state the researchers. “Cognitive therapy is the most extensively tested of the psychosocial interventions and has been found to be as efficacious as and more enduring than antidepressant medications.”
Their conclusions speak to the power of talk therapy while simultaneously casting doubt on the efficacy of antidepressant medications. In fact, it is their view that antidepressant medications can in certain cases have an “iatrogenic,” or harmful effect, in the treatment of depression. Here’s a summary of their logic:
    Depression is an “evolved” response to help people find solutions to complicated social problems. The authors view depression as an adaptive phenomenon — one that kept our ancestors “safe” by ruminating about complex social problems until they arrived at a solution. For instance, evidence suggests that people are more likely to engage in causal analysis and deep thinking when they are depressed. Studies suggest that depression-like symptoms such as lassitude and the loss of interest in hedonic persuits serve as the body’s way of redirecting energy to the brain to solve important problems. They state, “In melancholia, energy flows to the cortex and makes it resistant to distraction, presumably to keep the individual focused on the problem at hand (ruminating) until he or she arrives at a solution.”
    Antidepressant medications anesthetize us from feeling the physical and emotional effects of depression. Depression medication may help treat the symptoms of depression, but it comes at the cost of allowing people to identify the problems that are causing the depression in the first place. The authors use a classic experiment from biology to make their point. In this study, a team of scientists examined the evasive behavior of squid in response to an attack by one of their natural predators, the sea bass. They state, “Sea bass eat squid and squid try to avoid being eaten. Each species goes through an intricate series of maneuvers when they encounter one another that involve orientation and approach on the part of the sea bass culminating in attack and protective coloration and evasive maneuvers (including spurting out of an ink jet) on the part of the squid. Survival for the squid depends on how soon it starts its evasive maneuvers once a sea bass appears.” To study the effect of physical pain on a squid’s ability to outmaneuver the predatory sea bass, the researchers amputated squids’ swimmers in a test environment, making them more susceptible to predation. The catch was this: they either performed the amputation with or without anasthesia. They found that the squid that had been operated on without anesthesia started their evasive maneuvers earlier and were less likely to be eaten by the sea bass. Applying this logic to humans, the anesthetizing properties of antidepressant medications may help ameliorate the emotional pain caused by depression, but it doesn’t resolve the underlying “threat” that the depression is calling our attention to.
    Talk therapy gets us to the solution faster. Talk therapy, on the other hand, is a way to reduce the length of a depressive episode by providing a method through which people can root out the problems that are causing their depression. Therapeutic approaches such as cognitive behavioral therapy have been shown to speed up recovery time and to protect people from relapse. While cognitive behavioral therapy may not dull the pain of the depression per se, it is a true treatment for depression, not a mollification.
Whether or not you agree with their logic, there are a number of important learnings contained in their research. For one, it is almost always unrealistic to view medications as a panacea for any psychological disorder. If that were the case, prevalence rates for psychological illnesses would not be nearly as high as they are, especially in countries where prescription medications are widely available. Second, it reaffirms talk therapy as a first line of defense in the treatment of non-psychotic depression. The authors conclude, “Just as pain serves to signal to squids that have been maimed to begin their evasive maneuvers sooner, we think that depression signals to the individual that there are problems to be solved and that focusing attention on those problems (rumination) is the first step toward finding a solution.”

Mark Travers, Ph.D., is an American psychologist with degrees from Cornell University and the University of Colorado Boulder. He can be reached at…

A worthwhile read. 

From earlier today:

So you got the much ballyhooed Covid "vaccine"... And then you contracted Covid! Now What?

First:  Why bother with a vaccine that doesn't stop transmission and was never going to?

Second: Why would you be willing to take such an unknown risk with your body and health for a virus that is easily survivable?

Here's the report: So You Got Vaccinated … And Then You Got COVID. Now What? 

Flint was vaccinated against COVID-19 already, so he assumed he’d be immune. A social worker in New York who provides home hospice services to the dying, he was one of the first people in the country to get the vaccine. By the time he sat down in his father-in-law’s bedroom on Jan. 19, he’d been fully vaccinated for a week. The odds were in his favor.

But odds are fickle things. In a game of chance, not everybody gets to win, even if the odds of winning are high. Flint rolled … and he lost, diagnosed with a mostly asymptomatic case of COVID-19 on Jan. 25. That, by itself, wasn’t a shock. He’d known that some people would still get the virus despite being vaccinated. Even the mRNA vaccines’ famed “95 percent efficacy” was really a measure of how well the vaccines prevented symptomatic cases. But Flint didn’t expect to be one of the people who slipped through the cracks. More importantly, though, he expected somebody to care. “I thought there’d be some mechanism,” he said. But nobody asked him about his vaccine status when he got tested. There was nowhere to file that information with his doctor. And that was the part that confused Flint. “Shouldn’t somebody want to know?” he asked.

Oh, Flint. No one really wants to know. It would burst the delusion bubble.

Yep, they should. And they do. Efforts are already underway to gather information that will help scientists understand how effective the COVID-19 vaccines are in the real world. But “How well do vaccines work?” and “Should we be counting every vaccinated individual who gets the disease?” are two different questions.

That complication starts with some basic facts about the effectiveness of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines currently available in the U.S. Scientists say there is a difference between “efficacy” and “effectiveness.” Efficacy is the 95 percent number you get from a clinical trial. Effectiveness is what the number is once you’re vaccinating millions more people, some of whom will be older or sicker or more likely to be exposed to a virus than trial participants. It’s a metric that encompasses all the messiness of real life, including that vaccines won’t always be administered in ideal ways, said Dr. Kelly Moore, deputy director of the Immunization Action Coalition, an organization that works with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to educate the public on vaccines. “You have people who forget to come back for a second dose or come back late. Perhaps there’s a dosing administration error, or a storage problem,” she said. And that’s before you even start getting into whether new variants like the B.1.1.7 — originally found in the U.K. but expected to become dominant in the U.S. by March — might be more resistant to the vaccines than the variants those vaccines were tested against back in the fall.

The CDC will be tracking real-world COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness in multiple studies, using different methodologies in different places at different times. Some studies — like one that tracks groups of vaccinated and unvaccinated health-care personnel over time — are already underway.

Other studies are just getting off the ground. One CDC effort will piggyback on an existing system created to track the effectiveness of flu vaccines. At five medical research centers — in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington state and Wisconsin — every person who comes in with a cough or other respiratory symptoms can become a study participant. All of them will be tested for COVID-19. The ones who test positive are the cases; the ones who test negative become the controls. Researchers will then compare rates of vaccination between the two groups. Those studies are just beginning, though, because you can’t study the vaccine until people actually start getting it.

“It’s only as the vaccine gets rolled out to larger sections of the population that it becomes feasible to do. We’re just getting to that point now in Wisconsin,” said Dr. Ed Belongia, director of the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute’s Center for Clinical Epidemiology & Population Health — the flu vaccine-effectiveness research center in Wisconsin — on Feb. 11. “You can’t learn anything when only 1 percent of the population is vaccinated.”

The CDC is taking multiple approaches to this because the real world lacks something that’s easier to control in a clinical trial: randomization. Unlike in that lab setting, you can’t pick some people to get the vaccine while denying it to others. What’s more, people don’t just sign up for clinical trials randomly, and that affects the results. People who want to participate in a study may differ in some ways from the population as a whole. Doing different kinds of studies that compare groups in a variety of ways helps reduce some of the uncertainty in the overall results.

But none of these efforts will study vaccine effectiveness by counting all the individual cases like Flint’s. There is CDC research aimed at doing that, but it’s not about vaccine effectiveness. Instead, that project, a partnership with state health departments, is meant to spot trends in who the vaccine isn’t working for.

There is no real interest in tracking those who get the vaccine and then get Covid. Why would there be? Stopping transmission was never the intent for these vaccines. Therefore no one is going to keep track of what should be characterized as a FAIL.

You can read the entire article at the link provided. Nutshell- the 'vaccine' was never tested for or shown to reduce transmission. It's known. Why bother

Social immunity is establishing itself very well- no vaccine necessary.  I believe the massive global drop in cases- starting around the 8-10th of January 2021 already demonstrates that natural immunity has kicked in. And is doing exactly what should be done.

We'll Have Herd (Social) Immunity from Covid-19 By April of This Year (77% Drop In Six Weeks) John Hopkins Professor


Monday, February 22, 2021

Calling out the Sanctimonious Bill Gates.

And his exorbitant exploitation and wasteful use of earth's resources Which are claimed by the likes of Bill Gates to be limited. For us. But, not for him. Those that think themselves entitled.

Excerpts from an article written by:

Richard Wilk, Distinguished Professor and Provost's Professor of Anthropology; Director of the Open Anthropology Institute, Indiana University and Beatriz Barros, Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology, Indiana University

Billionaires have carbon footprints that can be thousands of times higher than those of average Americans.           

 While they dictate to everybody else how to live. And how it is they should make do with less, when most are just squeaking by anyway

Musk isn’t alone in seeing a significant increase in wealth during a year of pandemic, recession and death. Altogether, the world’s billionaires saw their wealth surge over $1.9 trillion in 2020, according to Forbes.

Those are astronomical numbers, and it’s hard to get one’s head around them without some context. As anthropologists who study energy and consumer culture, we wanted to examine how all that wealth translated into consumption and the resulting carbon footprint
Hypocrite Bill is the sole focus of my post- You can read about Elon Musk at the above link
Walking in a billionaire’s shoes

We found that billionaires have carbon footprints that can be thousands of times higher than those of average Americans.

The wealthy own yachts, planes and multiple mansions, all of which contribute greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. For example, a superyacht with a permanent crew, helicopter pad, submarines and pools emits about 7,020 tons of CO2 a year, according to our calculations, making it by the far worst asset to own from an environmental standpoint. Transportation and real estate make up the lion’s share of most people’s carbon footprint, so we focused on calculating those categories for each billionaire.
To pick a sample of billionaires, we started with the 2020 Forbes List of 2,095 billionaires. A random or representatives sample of billionaire carbon footprints is impossible because most wealthy people shy away from publicity, so we had to focus on those whose consumption is public knowledge. This excluded most of the superrich in Asia and the Middle East.   

We combed 82 databases of public records to document billionaires’ houses, vehicles, aircraft and yachts. After an exhaustive search, we started with 20 well-known billionaires whose possessions we were able to ascertain, while trying to include some diversity in gender and geography. We have submitted our paper for peer review but plan to continue adding to our list.

We then used a wide range of sources, such as the U.S. Energy Information Administration and Carbon Footprint, to estimate the annual CO2 emissions of each house, aircraft, vehicle and yacht. In some cases we had to estimate the size of houses from satellite images or photos and the use of private aircraft and yachts by searching the popular press and drawing on other studies. Our results are based on analyzing typical use of each asset given its size and everything else we could learn.
We did not try to calculate each asset’s “embodied carbon” emissions – that is, how much CO2 is burned throughout the supply chain in making the product – or the emissions produced by their family, household employees or entourage. We also didn’t include the emissions of companies of which they own part or all, because that would have added another significant degree of complexity. For example, we didn’t calculate the emissions of Tesla or Amazon when calculating Musk’s or Bezos’ footprints.
In other words, these are all likely conservative estimates of how much they emit.

Your carbon footprint

To get a sense of perspective, let’s start with the carbon footprint of the average person.

Residents of the U.S., including billionaires, emitted about 15 tons of CO2 per person in 2018. The global average footprint is smaller, at just about 5 tons per person.
Bill Gates: Massive mansions and private jets



   Bill Gates, currently the world’s fourth-richest person with $124 billion, is a “modest” polluter – by billionaire standards – and is typical of those who may not own a giant yacht but make up for it with private jets.

  Co-founder of Microsoft, he retired in 2020 to manage the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the world’s largest charity, with an endowment of $50 billion.

  In the 1990s, Gates built Xanadu – named after the vast fictional estate in Orson Welles’ “Citizen Kane” – at a cost of $127 million in Medina, Washington. The giant home covers 6,131 square meters, with a 23-car garage, a 20-person cinema and 24 bathrooms. He also owns at least five other dwellings in Southern California, the San Juan Islands in Washington state, North Salem, New York, and New York City, as well as a horse farm, four private jets, a seaplane and “a collection” of helicopters.

We estimated his annual footprint at 7,493 metric tons of carbon, mostly from a lot of flying.
Average global foot print- 5 tons. Sanctimonious Bill minimally a 7,493 metric tons of carbon
Asking average Americans to adopt less carbon-intensive lifestyles to achieve this goal can be galling and ineffective when it would take about 550 of their lifetimes to equal the carbon footprint of the average billionaire on our list.

Bill Gates should be a pariah, for so many reasons. He should not be a role model

Saturday, February 20, 2021

We'll Have Herd (Social) Immunity from Covid-19 By April of This Year (77% Drop In Six Weeks) John Hopkins Professor

Covid cases have dropped 77% in six weeks. Experts should level with the public about the good news

 Amid the dire Covid warnings, one crucial fact has been largely ignored: Cases are down 77% over the past six weeks. If a medication slashed cases by 77%, we’d call it a miracle pill. Why is the number of cases plummeting much faster than experts predicted

In large part because natural immunity from prior infection is far more common than can be measured by testing. Testing has been capturing only from 10% to 25% of infections, depending on when during the pandemic someone got the virus. Applying a time-weighted case capture average of 1 in 6.5 to the cumulative 28 million confirmed cases would mean about 55% of Americans have natural immunity.

Now add people getting vaccinated. As of this week, 15% of Americans have received the vaccine, and the figure is rising fast. Former Food and Drug Commissioner Scott Gottlieb estimates 250 million doses will have been delivered to some 150 million people by the end of March.

I've little faith in the vaccine's ability to reduce transmission so, in my opinion, that very idea should be discounted.

There is reason to think the country is racing toward an extremely low level of infection. As more people have been infected, most of whom have mild or no symptoms, there are fewer Americans left to be infected. At the current trajectory, I expect Covid will be mostly gone by April, allowing Americans to resume normal life.

Antibody studies almost certainly underestimate natural immunity. Antibody testing doesn’t capture antigen-specific T-cells, which develop “memory” once they are activated by the virus. Survivors of the 1918 Spanish flu were found in 2008—90 years later—to have memory cells still able to produce neutralizing antibodies.

Researchers at Sweden’s Karolinska Institute found that the percentage of people mounting a T-cell response after mild or asymptomatic Covid-19 infection consistently exceeded the percentage with detectable antibodies. T-cell immunity was even present in people who were exposed to infected family members but never developed symptoms. A group of U.K. scientists in September pointed out that the medical community may be under-appreciating the prevalence of immunity from activated T-cells.
Your own natural immunity :)

Covid-19 deaths in the U.S. would also suggest much broader immunity than recognized. About 1 in 600 Americans has died of Covid-19, which translates to a population fatality rate of about 0.15%. The Covid-19 infection fatality rate is about 0.23%. These numbers indicate that roughly two-thirds of the U.S. population has had the infection.

In my own conversations with medical experts, I have noticed that they too often dismiss natural immunity, arguing that we don’t have data. The data certainly doesn’t fit the classic randomized-controlled-trial model of the old-guard medical establishment. There’s no control group. But the observational data is compelling.

Please read the re-linked November 18/2020 report (below)

But the consistent and rapid decline in daily cases since Jan. 8 can be explained only by natural immunity. Behavior didn’t suddenly improve over the holidays; Americans traveled more over Christmas than they had since March. Vaccines also don’t explain the steep decline in January. Vaccination rates were low and they take weeks to kick in.

The very steep decline in cases has been covered repeatedly here at PFYT's, while the msm and it's alternative affiliates continue fear mongering

 WSJ continues

My prediction that Covid-19 will be mostly gone by April is based on laboratory data, mathematical data, published literature and conversations with experts. But it’s also based on direct observation of how hard testing has been to get, especially for the poor. If you live in a wealthy community where worried people are vigilant about getting tested, you might think that most infections are captured by testing. But if you have seen the many barriers to testing for low-income Americans, you might think that very few infections have been captured at testing centers. Keep in mind that most infections are asymptomatic, which still triggers natural immunity.

Many experts, along with politicians and journalists, are afraid to talk about herd immunity. The term has political overtones because some suggested the U.S. simply let Covid rip to achieve herd immunity. That was a reckless idea. But herd immunity is the inevitable result of viral spread and vaccination. When the chain of virus transmission has been broken in multiple places, it’s harder for it to spread—and that includes the new strains.

Herd immunity has been well-documented in the Brazilian city of Manaus, where researchers in the Lancet reported the prevalence of prior Covid-19 infection to be 76%, resulting in a significant slowing of the infection. Doctors are watching a new strain that threatens to evade prior immunity. But countries where new variants have emerged, such as the U.K., South Africa and Brazil, are also seeing significant declines in daily new cases. The risk of new variants mutating around the prior vaccinated or natural immunity should be a reminder that Covid-19 will persist for decades after the pandemic is over. It should also instill a sense of urgency to develop, authorize and administer a vaccine targeted to new variants.

Some medical experts privately agreed with my prediction that there may be very little Covid-19 by April but suggested that I not to talk publicly about herd immunity because people might become complacent and fail to take precautions or might decline the vaccine. But scientists shouldn’t try to manipulate the public by hiding the truth. As we encourage everyone to get a vaccine, we also need to reopen schools and society to limit the damage of closures and prolonged isolation. Contingency planning for an open economy by April can deliver hope to those in despair and to those who have made large personal sacrifices.

Dr. Makary is a professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Health, chief medical adviser to Sesame Care, and author of “The Price We Pay

 Reread the previous posts below

So the body's natural immune system function still offers the best protection for the human body! I'm shocked I tell ya! Stunned by this news.

And if you believe that, you should be made aware there is no shock on my part. No surprise. This is exactly what I'd expect our immune system to do. Build immunity. It's how our bodies work. It's how we've adapted to our environment, YES this planet is our environment, for a very long time. And we daily intermingle with all that lives on it. We draw immune boosting components from trees, plants etc. This is our home. The earth. Which is why locking yourself in your home and breathing through a mask are two of the most unhealthiest actions you can take to "protect" yourself.

The media has been avoiding mentioning the massive drop in cases because they are determined to  stay on their knees, in perpetual servitude to their big pharma paymasters.  Terrorizing the masses while promoting the disgusting Bill Gates as some type of hero/saviour. It's a disgrace. Truly! 

It's been a busy day at the blog. Please do not miss the earlier posts: