|Caitlin Johnstone, July 6, 2021|
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In a 1933 essay lamenting the rise of Nazism in Germany, Bertrand Russell wrote: “The fundamental cause of the trouble is that in the modern world the stupid are cocksure while the intelligent are full of doubt.”
Which is of course a dynamic that’s still at play in the modern world; the Dunning-Kruger effect is a thing, and one need only to look at American presidents to see that there’s little relationship between one’s intelligence and how far they can rise if they get it in their heads that they ought to be in charge of things.
But I think a much bigger factor in the problems our world faces is not so much about intelligence as empathy.https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/xh5-CtGmE3A?rel=0&autoplay=0&showinfo=0&enablejsapi=0
I was very nervous to share my multimedia piece “The Wizard” for Julian Assange’s 50th birthday, because I didn’t know how it would be received. I’d worked so hard on it and I had to access some deep tender bits of myself to bring it into existence, and I wasn’t sure how I’d handle it if people online decided to shit all over it because I simply did not have any armor over the inner parts that had created it. I knew if it attracted a lot of scorn and derision after I put it out in the world it was going to hurt a lot, because I’m a sensitive person and this was a sensitive piece for me.
I thankfully didn’t have to deal with any of that because it got an overwhelmingly positive reception, but it got me thinking a lot about how messed up our world is because people who let themselves be vulnerable so often choose to be silent, while people with no empathy or connection to others can speak freely.
Have you ever noticed how the major influencers on social media are able to simply ignore all the mountains of negative feedback they receive online and just go on with their days unbothered, but for you it’s hard to ignore even one niggling comment? Have you ever wondered how they do that?
I know I have. My biggest challenge in the few years I’ve been at this writing gig has not been the writing itself or coming up with new ideas or keeping it fresh and interesting, but dealing with the massive influx of attention it’s brought to me and my life. All of a sudden I’ve got all these voices in my world yelling at me for saying something they disagree with, or saying I’m a propagandist working for a foreign government, or demanding that I write about about their pet issue all the time or else it means I’m a sellout, or insisting that I’m a closet Nazi because of some unskillful comments I made after I first started writing, and a nearly infinite list of other gripes which I have no real way of dealing with, all because I started typing my thoughts out on the internet in 2016.
It’s been a real challenge trying to figure this all out. I see other influential voices simply not engaging much with the crowd, which I’ve tried but it feels a bit dishonest and elitist, like you’re dismissing people because they’re not as important as you are. It doesn’t quite sit right to act like other people’s opinions don’t matter as much as mine just because my voice wound up having more influence than theirs due to some strange twists of fate that I’ve never understood and over which I’ve never had any control.
I say this not to complain; my job is awesome and most people have it harder than I do. I say it because I know I’m not the only one who’s experienced this, and I’m sure the pressure is enough to silence many of those who do. I’ve got many years of intensive inner work under my belt, so if it’s hard for me I’m sure those who haven’t had the luxury of time to do much deep sea inner rabbit-holing are pressed much harder than I.
But you know who would have no problem simply dismissing the perspectives of others like they don’t matter? Narcissists and sociopaths. Those who don’t care about other people, those who view themselves as the center of the universe, or those who think they’re superior to other people.
Caitlin Johnstone ⏳ @caitozOn Psychopathy And Power “Throughout history our main problems have been caused by the way we keep designing systems which elevate psychopaths to positions of leadership, who then go on to make psychopathic decisions.” On Psychopathy And PowerDue to a very painful and disturbing revelation in my personal life I have had the unfortunate occasion to spend the last several days thinking a lot about psychopaths and what makes them tick. I…medium.com
You can see right away how this creates an imbalance. If those who don’t care about human connection are completely unintimidated by the attention of the crowd while those who care deeply about people are cowed by the spotlight, you naturally wind up with narcissists and sociopaths occupying the positions of influence in our society. Which says a lot about why things are as fucked as they are.
Combine this with the fact that the most influential voices in this model are those who have benefitted from the status quo, and the fact that wealth kills empathy, and the fact that money uplifts those who are willing to do whatever it takes to get ahead no matter who they have to step on, and it’s no wonder that we find ourselves ruled by sociopaths who manipulate public thought to their advantage.
Meanwhile the true artists and visionaries, those with the medicine for what ails us, are bullied into silence by people masturbating their inner wounds onto strangers on the internet.
I don’t see any easy solutions to this imbalance. We certainly don’t want to become heartless unfeeling creatures who dismiss the opinions of the crowd like they’re unimportant insects, but also we do need to find a way to continue speaking without having our light dimmed by those who are irresponsible with their inner misery. Near as I can tell, our best option is to become so deeply awake that we can continue to make art and speak out against the powerful even amid the vitriol and vituperation which comes the way of anyone who’s brave enough to shine bright. To become so conscious of our inner dynamics that abuse from strangers doesn’t silence us.
Here are some of my tools that I fall back on when people are mean.
(1) Take a minute. It’s not going to matter if I ever respond to a hurtful comment, let alone respond straight away. I can go have a glass of water, brush my teeth, hang the washing out, go for a walk, whatever, and it won’t actually matter. I have all the time in the world to respond, if I even choose to. And I don’t ever have to. I have a little saying I made up: “I am under no obligation to show up for a punishment I don’t deserve.” It’s surprising how many people think I do need to show up, though. But they are wrong.
(2) Zoom out a bit. Is it hurting anything real? I always remind myself that I’m not here to defend my little Caitlin ego. I’m trying to do this in the highest interest of everyone. I only really need to defend my reputation in as much as I need to keep my voice. If I am in danger of being silenced or having the influence of my voice marginalized by smears, then yes, I should defend myself, but if it’s just someone being impotently mean then I save my energy and shake it off. Which reminds me…
(3) Literally shake it off. I personally have found a lot of healing in shaking things off quite literally, as well as other kinaesthetic movements. If I feel like crying, I will have a big wail. I often tap around my body with my fingertips while yawning, coughing, burping, or dry retching to get things moving. I go with my physical impulses, like you do in improv theater or dance.
Hugging someone, talking it through, writing out what I’d really like to say, making art for myself out of the feelings it inspired, are all ways that I go towards the discomfort rather than slamming the door on it and vowing never to do anything ever again. The only way out is through in my experience. Pretending I’m fine just gets me stuck and I can’t create. If you have any other tools or strategies, please share them in the comments below. This is one area where we can all help each other.
And maybe, in the meantime, we can all try and be kind to those who create as well. Collective awakening is a team sport, and there’s only one side. It’s in all of our interest to elevate the higher aspects of ourselves and see the beauty in each other’s creations and give each other the confidence we need to fight another day.
3 Jul, 2021
Gary Heseltine is the vice-president of the International Coalition for Extraterrestrial Research (ICER). He is a former British police detective who retired in 2013 to create UFO Truth Magazine, a bi-monthly ezine. He has dedicated much of his life to researching UFOs.
In the second and concluding part of my series of what’s happening in the world of UFOs/UAPs, I set out the astonishing proof that indicates we are regularly being visited by super-intelligent visitors from outer space.
In my previous article, I outlined how the official policy of denying and debunking the evidence that our planet is being engaged by extraterrestrial/non-human intelligences is – at last – crumbling. And being replaced by a more open, grown-up approach to these phenomena, with even US senators, ex-presidents and former CIA directors admitting these ‘contacts’ cannot be explained.
The first indication of this shift came in December 2017 when the New York Times, no less, published an article about a hitherto unknown secret Pentagon program that had researched strange aerial objects encountered by a number of US Navy pilots off the east and west coasts of the United States.
The first of these involved the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz and its carrier escort of ships in 2004. What made this highly significant is that the fighter aircraft involved used Forward Looking Infrared Radar (FLIR) video to visually capture an actual object that had been seen both visually and on radar.
The video provided corroborative physical evidence of an unknown object flying around in US airspace.
The pilots have described the object seen as similar to a Tic Tac sweet i.e., white, pill shaped, with rounded ends. David Fravor, the first pilot to go public about the incident, estimated the craft to be approximately 40 feet in length, not too dissimilar to the size of the F18 Super Hornet he was flying.
Significantly, the highly trained Navy pilots had never encountered anything remotely like what they observed. The flight characteristics of the object seemed to defy the known laws of physics and aerodynamics.
The New York Times article went on to reveal that on two further occasions, US Navy pilots had encountered similar objects in 2015 off the east and west coasts of America and that they too had been recorded on FLIR video.
Once again, the videos provided corroboration of what the pilots had observed and matched the ship-based radar data. The audio commentary of the pilots involved in these incidents makes it perfectly clear that the objects moved in ways unlike any object they had ever witnessed before.
Unusually, the three videos, which have become known as the ‘FLIR1’ (Tic Tac), ‘Gimbal’ and ‘Go Fast’ respectively, were released into the public domain.
The person who ran that secret program was identified as Luis Elizondo, a former military intelligence specialist, who had recently resigned from the Department of Defense. Later, in a TV programme, Elizondo described what he and his team witnessed: “Imagine a technology that can do 600 to 700 G-forces, that can fly 13,000 miles an hour, that can evade radar and can fly through air and water and possibly space, and oh, by the way, has no obvious signs of propulsion, no wings, no control surfaces and yet still can defy the natural effects of Earth’s gravity. That’s precisely what we are seeing.”
The end of the official policy of debunking?
The confirmation of this secret Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) study was, in itself, a complete contradiction to the officially held US policy regarding UFOs/UAPs, which stated that since the closure of Project Blue Book in 1969, no such military/government research had ever been undertaken.
The secret program was called the Advanced Aerial Threat Identification Program (AATIP), which ran for approximately five years between 2007-2012 and had been supported to the tune of $22 million. This is a small figure in defence terms, but nevertheless not an insubstantial amount of money on something that had been officially dismissed and ridiculed for so long.
Following the release of that information in 2017, the mainstream media have at last begun to realise that there may be something to this story and have been keenly following developments. In addition, many scientists have become interested in the topic. The subject has finally begun to be treated seriously on mainstream US TV.
In 2019, the US Navy finally confirmed that the three Navy FLIR videos that had been publicly released in 2017 were authentic, and that their status remained ‘unidentified.’
In the years that have followed, numerous former military personnel have gone public about their involvement in the cases, especially in the 2004 USS Nimitz incident. Military pilots, radar operators, and technicians have given public statements about how these objects moved in ways that are beyond our current level of technology and that incredible performance data had been obtained.
This has resulted in some incredible disclosures. Kevin Day, a senior radar expert, who was on the carrier support ship USS Princeton, has stated that for a two-week period prior to the incident he had been tracking multiple targets that would often drop from 80,000 feet to 50 feet above the surface of the water in under one second!
All of these revelations are likely to come as a great surprise to the scientific and academic world, yet in reality they are nothing new. The objects that are being reported now with increasing frequency are moving in ways that have been observed by credible witnesses around the globe for over 70 years.
Let’s take a look at a good example.
The Belgium Wave
Between 1989-91, Belgium received approximately 2000 UFO/UAP reports from members of the public, police officers and military pilots. On the night of March 30/31, 1990, two F16 fighter jets were scrambled to intercept a ground visual and radar-confirmed target.
Whilst the two pilots did not get a visual sighting of the object, they did confirm strong radar contacts which resulted in a 70-minute-plus pursuit of the phenomena. One of the two aircraft was able to record its cockpit flight instruments, which later revealed significant scientific data. In addition, three military bases and four civilian airports – using different radar systems – all confirmed that they had tracked the pursuit and the unknown object.
In an unusual move, the Chief of Air Staff for the Royal Belgium Air Force, Colonel (later Major-General) Wilfried de Brouwer, held a press conference where he disclosed details of the incident and the videotape of the cockpit instrumentation taken during the event.
He said, significantly: “The day will come undoubtedly when the phenomenon will be observed with technological means of detection and collection that won’t leave a single doubt about its origin. This should lift a part of the veil that has covered the mystery for a long time. A mystery that continues to the present. But it exists, it is real, and that is an important conclusion.”
He added the following in 1991: “The Air Force has arrived at the conclusion that a certain number of anomalous phenomena has been produced within Belgian airspace. The numerous testimonies of ground observations… reinforced by the reports of the night of March 30-31 , have led us to face the hypothesis that a certain number of unauthorized aerial activities have taken place. Until now, not a single trace of aggressiveness has been signalled; military or civilian air traffic has not been perturbed nor threatened. We can therefore advance that the presumed activities do not constitute a direct menace.”
Given his rank, his comments are highly significant because they confirm that an unauthorized, unidentified craft of unknown origin had entered Belgium airspace that night.
Subsequent research confirmed that during the pursuit the object had been able to evade/break numerous lock-ons achieved by the chasing aircraft.
Indeed, the top civilian radar specialist in Belgium, Professor Emile Schwietzer, was brought in to examine the accumulated data obtained during the pursuit. At one point during a video interview recorded by a UK-based solicitor and researcher called Harry Harris, he said that the unidentified object had made one particular manoeuvre that had impressed him greatly: a sharp high-speed turn that pulled a g-force in excess of 30G. This is well above the tolerance for humans to survive, which is around 10/11G by highly trained personnel wearing special flight suits.
This type of high-speed manoeuvre was witnessed by the pilots and the radar operators who were involved in the events as they unfolded in 2004, 2014 and 2015, off the coasts of the United States.
Up to 20X the speed of sound
Did these new revelations bring about a significant change of opinion by some of the celebrity scientists? Yes and no.
In September 2019, the celebrated physicist, author and TV personality Michio Kaku spoke at a UFO conference in Barcelona, Spain.
On the subject of the US Navy revelations, he said: “We now know they fly between Mach 5 and Mach 20 — five to 20 times the speed of sound. We know they zigzag so fast that any pilot would be crushed by centrifugal force. That they have no exhaust that we can see.”
The explanations usually invoked for UFO sightings — meteors, weather balloons, even the planet Venus — can’t explain these live-action high-precision shots, said Kaku, leading to either of two possible conclusions: They are of human origin, representing a technology so cutting-edge that even leading scientists are puzzled by it. Or, he said, “maybe they are evidence of an advanced outer-space civilization.”
“We’ve reached a turning point,” Kaku concluded. “It used to be that believers had to prove that these objects were from an intelligent race in outer space. Now the burden of proof is on the government to prove they’re not from intelligent beings in outer space.”
The possibility that they were vehicles from other planetary civilizations, Kaku predicted, “has to be put on the table.”
It seems clear that the ‘Pentagon admissions’ and the three FLIR videos had caused him to take stock of the evidence that had been released into the public domain. Of course, other scientists remain locked in the debunking mindset that has been dominant for decades.
One is American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, who, in March this year, posted onto Facebook a still image from one of the FLIR videos, saying cryptically, “Not knowing what it is, does not count as evidence for knowing what it is.”
How can two highly distinguished scientists look at the same data and arrive at totally different conclusions?
In the world of UFO/UAP research, such inexplicable contrasts of opinion are not new. This is borne out by the history of prominent ‘debunkers’ deliberately being given huge coverage in the media over the course of several decades. From noted scientist Donald Menzel in the 1950s, to aviation expert Philip Klass, who was the world’s leading debunker for many years until his death in 2005.
But things have swung the way of us who believe that these incidents are evidence that we are dealing with extraterrestrial/non-human intelligences that are engaging with planet Earth.
No longer cranks or kooks
For the first time in nearly 70 years, the stigma of talking about the UFO/UAP phenomena is finally beginning to dissipate; people like me are no longer being called cranks or kooks. The recent US Navy report that demonstrated 143 mysterious sightings shows that it’s time for the best UFO research accumulated over the last 70 years to be recognized and studied and that scientists, academics and researchers should have an adult conversation about the subject and move forward together.
This is why the International Coalition for Extraterrestrial Research (ICER) launched publicly in May 2021, to raise the global implications of ‘Preparing for Contact.’ It comprises scientists, academics and leading UFO/UAP researchers, with national representatives in 27 countries on five continents. ICER believes that the more the scientific data is analyzed, the more it will conclude that we are dealing with off-world intelligences based on vastly superior technology that we cannot get even close to matching with terrestrial machinery.
We believe that governments have a moral responsibility to begin to prepare people for that eventual reality and we are currently creating educational ‘awareness’ programs, centered on the extensive evidential history of the phenomenon going back to the 1940s for all sectors of society, including the media, who have been victims of the decades-old cover-up. It is also important to state that the UFO/UAP enigma is not just about the United States, it is a global phenomenon and ICER believes a worldwide approach is needed moving forward.
From my point of view, I believe that scientists and academics will soon have a choice to make. They either stick their heads into the sand and dismiss everything out of hand and ignore the mass of scientific data that’s been recorded and continues to be collected on an almost daily basis by a vast array of military technology, or for the first time really open their minds to the possibility that ‘non-human intelligences’ may have found us and are, in a limited way, interacting with humankind.
The disciplines that have largely ignored the diligent work of the best UFO researchers, should now seek them out with an open mind and be prepared to learn from them about the rich history of the UFO/UAP phenomenon.
The subject of ‘contact’ is likely to have a huge effect on humanity and society in general, and surely it is now time for all of us involved in this enigmatic subject to work together for the benefit of the human race and help us prepare for a new reality.
Space travel is all very well. But in a world ravaged by Covid, with billions of people struggling for food and healthcare, it seems astonishing that obscene amounts of money are being spent on entrepreneurs’ vanity projects
Dr Lisa McKenzie
Dr Lisa McKenzie is a working-class academic. She grew up in a coal-mining town in Nottinghamshire and became politicized through the 1984 miners’ strike with her family. At 31, she went to the University of Nottingham and did an undergraduate degree in sociology. Dr McKenzie lectures in sociology at the University of Durham and is the author of ‘Getting By: Estates, Class and Culture in Austerity Britain.’ She’s a political activist, writer and thinker. Follow her on Twitter @redrumlisa.
(L) Jeff Bezos © REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne; (C) © Pixabay/Arek Socha; (R) Richard Branson © REUTERS/Simon Dawson
Space travel is all very well. But in a world ravaged by Covid, with billions of people struggling for food and healthcare, it seems astonishing that obscene amounts of money are being spent on entrepreneurs’ vanity projects.
It’s shocking to me that I even have to point this out. But when the world has been decimated by Covid, countless billions of people are living in poverty in both rich countries and poor countries, and when most of the world’s population has no access to good, safe and free healthcare, why are two obscenely rich men engaged in a space race?
In one corner, we have Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon and reportedly the world’s wealthiest individual but responsible for a company that is bad for the environment, wasteful and is known as a poor employer. In the other there is Sir Richard Branson, the entrepreneur behind everything Virgin, including Virgin Care which sued the NHS, taking millions out of Britain’s public healthcare system (particularly worthy of note at the moment as the Queen dishes out the George Cross to the NHS on its 73rd anniversary, after a torrid 16 months on the frontline of the pandemic).
Now Branson has a new toy, Virgin Galactic, and last week he was given a licence to undertake a crewed test flight to space, taking off from the company’s spaceport in New Mexico, with the focus of the flight “evaluating… seat comfort, the weightless experience and the views of Earth” in the space cabin as part of the “private astronaut experience.” Branson himself will be on board.
Yes, you’re right. As someone who has been crushed into cattle-like trains trying to get to work in the morning, I am indeed rolling my eyes at the prospect. But Branson’s adventure highlights a flurry of activity that is taking place in the realm of space tourism, as companies with what the press generously describes as ‘eccentric billionaire entrepreneurs’ at the helm – such as Branson, Bezos and Elon Musk – seek to bring space travel to ‘the people’. Or at least ‘their people’.
Branson has taken great delight in announcing that his new space venture is scheduled to take off on July 11, beating rival Bezos into sub-orbital space by nine days. His company currently has around 600 reservations for future trips, at $250,000 (£175,000) a ticket.
In 1890, when William Morris published his utopian book set in the future ‘News From Nowhere’, he presented a picture of socialism, artisanal respect for craftsmanship, and turning back time on environmentally damaging technology. And yet here we are in 2021, and our current ‘science fiction’ is quite the opposite – billionaires making money from damaging the world and the environment, and people playing Star Wars simply because they can, seemingly with no one holding them to account. Why is no one questioning how much private property and private wealth is too much? In a world that is so unequal, isn’t it wrong that this cannot be challenged, no matter how damaging and toxic it is to the majority?
I am not a philistine. I understand that there are legitimate reasons for researchers to know what happens up in space. It is, I believe, the human condition to want to know what appears unknowable, to want to see what you are told you can only imagine. As a working-class child growing up in a Nottinghamshire mining community, I didn’t see London or ride a train until I was 16. But I had long dreamed of doing both.
I am also aware space travel can help us here on Earth. For example, scientists from the University of Nottingham and the University of Exeter are involved in a project that recently saw thousands of tiny worms launched into space to help us understand more about muscle loss and how to prevent it. Spaceflight is an extreme environment that is regarded as an excellent model to enhance the understanding of ageing, inactivity and certain clinical conditions on different body systems. Studying changes in muscle that occur with spaceflight could lead to more effective therapies and new treatments for age-associated muscle loss and many negative changes to the body, with astronauts losing up to 40% of their muscle after six months in space.
And yet we have reached a stage where this costly privilege of entering such an extreme environment has become a deeply extravagant show of wealth that will be used so the richest people in the world can have a brief ‘out of this world’ experience.
Make no mistake, either: this is only just the beginning. These entrepreneurs are tantamount to the colonialists of old, always looking for new land and new markets to expand into. The difference, though, is that this isn’t a problem for a specific part of the world, whether it be America, or Britain, or Europe or Africa – it is a global problem.
Because, let us be honest – the evidence throughout human history is stark. When entrepreneurs who have a thirst to succeed seek to open new markets, their goals are seldom hampered by such things as ethics. And this is why governments and professional bodies across the world should be looking closely at what is going on and asking in whose interest this billionaire space race really is. ‘Just because you can, should you?’ is the question that I would hope is being asked in the corridors of power.
And even if our governments and so-called leaders are turning a blind eye to it all, it doesn’t mean the rest of us mere mortals should. In our horribly impoverished, unequal world it’s a scandalous use of money best summed by Gil Scott Heron poet, musician, and sociologist in his 1970 song ‘Whitey On The Moon’. ‘A rat done bit my sister Nell and whitey’s on the moon. I can’t pay my doctor bills, but whitey’s on the moon.’ More than 50 years later, the sentiment that inspired these lyrics seems as relevant as ever.
Every single American who has gotten vaccinated for Covid believes that vaccines are the only way to protect against viruses, and ironically, have become the centerpiece of a mass medical experiment to terminate several billion humans.
By SD Wells -July 5, 2021
(Natural News) In the same way the US has overused and abused antibiotics for humans and animals, rendering most of them useless, while creating superbugs that are immune to those antibiotics, the Covid-19 vaccines are creating super-virus “bugs” that vaccinated people are MORE susceptible to catch, transmit to each other, and then die from. Did you know that MRSA (methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus), the deadly bacterial superbug that’s spreading rampantly in US hospitals right now, is immune to antibiotics? Yes, MRSA is able to persist, despite treatment with multiple antibiotics, as this virulent bacteria that causes deadly staph infections has become IMMUNE to treatments.
The Covid-19 vaccines are artificially infecting the human body with a weak version (plus mimicking protein fragments) of the virus SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus), while the versions in the wild are already morphed and have become immune to those inoculations, rendering them all not just useless, but endangering the lives of the injected.
Every single American who has gotten vaccinated for Covid believes that vaccines are the only way to protect against viruses, and ironically, have become the centerpiece of a mass medical experiment to terminate several billion humans.
It’s mass-scale depopulation by design, and the vaccinated have no clue that they are the ones spreading their greatest fear amongst themselves, while vaccines ironically turn out to be their nemesis. Instead of dying from MRSA they’re dying from mRNA (just replace the S with an N). Instead of dying from morphing bacterial superbugs, they’re dying from morphing virus superbugs.
From MRSA to mRNA, the bacterial and viral superbugs will wipe out several billion humans
Some vaccinated sheeple will get sick and injured from the vaccine, then visit the hospital, only to catch MRSA and die from that. In case you weren’t aware, hospital means “place to die.” The vaccine is the catapult that wrecks your health permanently, and faster than the mercury in flu shots, or the Nazi gas chamber chemicals in chemotherapy, or even the fluoride in tap water. It’s a rush job and big pharma isn’t playing around anymore.
The new herd theory means the herd is spreading disease amongst themselves, while being weakened by insidious government-sanctioned vaccinations (that cause deadly blood clots).
The new strains of Covid are immune to the vaccines just administered to a few billion people around the world, but what makes matters worse is that the vaccinated are even WEAKER now, and the more virulent strains will be attacking them first. But there’s a caveat. All the vaccine injuries and deaths are now getting blamed on stronger “variants” of Covid, a convenient and planned cover-up from the beginning, before the creation and release of Covid part I.
The longer Covid spreads among the VACCINATED, the more ability it has to mutate into more virulent variants
Gene therapy vaccines are setting up the vaccinated for their worst fear, a flu that CAN kill them, along with inoculations that cause blood clots and heart inflammation. Even the healthiest soldiers in the US military are suffering “acute onset of marked chest pain” and myocarditis just days after getting the Covid toxic jabs, according to a clinical study published in JAMA’s Cardiology Journal. So if you’re one of those people who just can’t seem to find a source of real science behind the vaccine violence in America, there you go. There’s your clinical study documented by JAMA (an Allopathic favorite). Yes, all 22 healthy male soldiers from the clinical study experienced severe chest pain and were diagnosed with CLINICAL MYOCARDITIS, which can be deadly if it ends in heart failure.
So now what if those soldiers just caught MRSA or Delta Variant in the hospital where they were treated for Covid-vaccine-injuries? Who and what gets the blame, the unvaccinated? This is worth careful consideration. There exists zero medical rationale for getting Covid vaccines. They are classified by the CDC as medical experiments, and all the guinea pigs and the “herd” of uninformed sheeple are about to find out why.
Welcome to Fauci’s “two Americas” — the dying vaccinated and the informed refusers (who will enjoy longevity). Visit CovidVaccineReactions.com if you already got a toxic Covid jab or two and you are experiencing side effects, blood clots or other adverse events. Then tune your internet frequency to Pandemic.news for updates on these crimes against humanity being delivered under the guise of inoculation.
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The south-east Asian country has recorded just 36 deaths since the start of the pandemic, and officials now want to ditch measures such as counting infection numbers each day.
HAFJuly 5, 2021
A blueprint has been laid out by three leading members of Singapore’s Covid-19 taskforce to end 18 months of tough restrictions in order to restore quarantine-free travel and public gatherings.
The hope is to let people “get on with their lives” by scrapping tough rules and instead controlling the virus through other means.
“Instead of monitoring Covid-19 infection numbers every day, we will focus on the outcomes,” the trade, finance and health ministers wrote in a joint op-ed in the Straits Times.
“How many fall very sick, how many in the intensive care unit, how many need to be intubated for oxygen, and so on. This is like how we now monitor influenza.
“We can’t eradicate it, but we can turn the pandemic into something much less threatening, like influenza, hand, foot and mouth disease, or chickenpox, and get on with our lives.”
Full details of the roadmap have yet to be revealed, but ministers suggested measures such as breathalyser-style tests, more therapeutic treatments and greater personal responsibility.
Singapore’s proposal could be an early sign of the world starting to live with Covid after more than a year of restrictions across the globe.
Meanwhile, a group of doctors have penned an “urgent open letter” to Singapore’s expert committee on Covid-19 vaccination, calling for the vaccination of youths in Singapore to be stopped until the US CDC clarifies why a teenage jab recipient died.
“His name is Robert Sepehr, he’s a true anthropologist in a time of mostly fakes. A truth seeker and truth teller, and in my opinion will be vindicated as one of the great men of our time.” bionicman696
Germany sent a naval expedition in 1938 to New Swabia in Antarctica (German: Neuschwabenland) and discovered vast ice-free areas with warm fresh-water lakes, massive subterranean cavern systems, hot springs, and signs of vegetation. They began building a covert deep underground military base below the ice called and conducted research into advanced propulsion technology and saucer shaped aircraft based on alternative free energy. Forbidden Kingdoms of Inner Earth https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcf3y…
The Antarctic Germans were able to develop their spacecraft far in advance of anything possessed by the U.S., and defeated a massive post WW2 military attack by Allied forces in 1946, led by Admiral Richard Byrd who retreated after suffering substantial damage and casualties in Operation Highjump, which is still classified as Top Secret.
Some credible sources, Robert Sepehr for example, propose that the aliens are using Antarctica as a base.
by: Virgilio Marin
July 05, 2021
Former British cop Gary Heseltine claims that the UFOs spotted by the military came from undersea bases built and operated by aliens.
“UFOs are often seen coming in and out of the water so suspect that in our deepest oceans and trenches we may well have alien bases,” Heseltine, who spent six years working with the Royal Air Force Police and more than two decades with the British Transport Police, told The Sun.
“That sounds crazy but if you think about it we only know five percent of the oceans. We know more about the surface of the moon or Mars than our own oceans, so that would seem to me why UFOs are seen regularly coming in and out of the water.”
Last month, investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell leaked a video showing a UFO that seemed to have disappeared into the ocean. The video, which was taken aboard a Navy stealth ship in 2019, featured an aircraft flying above the water off the coast of San Diego before plunging into the sea. Officials speaking in the video could be heard saying that the object “splashed.”
The Department of Defense confirmed that the footage was taken by Navy personnel but declined to give more details for national security reasons. Corbell said that a submarine had been dispatched to look for the object but failed to find any sign of it. (Related: UNEXPLAINED: Navy submarines detect fast-moving unidentified vehicles underwater.)
Heseltine opined that such UFOs tend to dwell where there are nuclear weapons: “There is a massive correlation between UFOs being seen near nuclear facilities, whether it’s nuclear aircraft carriers, nuclear submarines, nuclear weapon storage areas, power plants.”
He noted that if the Third World War were to break out, it would pollute the world’s oceans, affecting the supposed alien habitats undersea.
“It’s as if they’re saying, ‘We don’t like nuclear weapons,’ so they show up,” he added. “Maybe they realize we could destroy this beautiful planet.”
UFOs spotted by the military might be extraterrestrial intelligence
Much is still unknown about the military’s recent UFO sightings, but Heseltine is confident that the renewed interest in UFOs will eventually show that these mysterious objects have an extraterrestrial origin.
“We know that ultimately this conversation will lead to confirmation that we’re being engaged with some kind of intelligence that is likely to be extraterrestrial,” said Heseltine, who is currently the vice president of the International Coalition for Extraterrestrial Research (ICER), a newly formed nonprofit composed of UFO researchers from 27 countries.
Former U.S. intelligence officials are also not ruling out the possibility that some UFOs are operated by extraterrestrial intelligence.
Christopher Mellon, who served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence for former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, said in an interview with Chris Cuomo last month: “There’s no scientific reason or basis to doubt that possibility … It’s possible somebody found us before we found them.”
The Pentagon and other intel agencies were expected to present Congress a report about UFOs late in June. Administration officials who were briefed on the report ahead of that disclosed to The New York Times that America’s intel agencies found no evidence of alien technology in the Navy’s UFO sightings. At the same time, however, they are still unable to explain the extraordinary movements seen in these encounters.
Heseltine noted that the sightings being investigated now were already seen and described in the middle of the last century when claims of a UFO sighting surged.
“Nothing has changed. All we have is better technical equipment like video on aircraft so we can pick things up easier, that’s why it’s being seen more,” he explained.
Noting the possibility that UFOs are alien technology, he said that people have to be prepared for a “massive psychological change.” (Related: Pentagon says test findings on UFO wreckage could “change our lives forever.”)
“Through awareness programs we want to prepare people for the shock of this new reality on a global scale because 95 percent of the world is in ignorance about it,” he remarked. “Seventy years of past history would say they’ve been here all that time, and they’re not a threat.”
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The study (which is not yet peer-reviewed) also found that more than half the hospitalised patients (52.5%) were Vitamin D deficient, suggesting Vitamin D deficiency contributed to the patients’ hospitalisation in the first place. It also found that patients who suffered severe or critical disease were more than 14 times more likely to be Vitamin D deficient than those who suffered mild or moderate disease, once confounding factors had been controlled for.
By Will Jones
5 July 2021
Researchers in Israel have found that Vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of a hospitalised Covid patient dying more than seven-fold.
Looking retrospectively at the pre-infection Vitamin D levels of the 253 Covid patients for whom such records exist admitted to the Galilee Medical Centre up to February 4th 2021, the researchers found that the mortality rate among the Vitamin D deficient (under 20 nanograms per millilitre) was 25.6% (34 out of 133) compared to 3.4% (4 out of 116) of the non-deficient. That’s an increase in mortality risk of over seven and a half times, or 653%.
The study (which is not yet peer-reviewed) also found that more than half the hospitalised patients (52.5%) were Vitamin D deficient, suggesting Vitamin D deficiency contributed to the patients’ hospitalisation in the first place.
It also found that patients who suffered severe or critical disease were more than 14 times more likely to be Vitamin D deficient than those who suffered mild or moderate disease, once confounding factors had been controlled for.
The figure below shows the Vitamin D levels of the patients and the severity of their illness, broken down by age; the lines indicate the strong correlations.
The researchers noted there is no evidence that using Vitamin D to treat hospitalised Covid patients improves outcomes (seems it’s too late by that point). However, there is some evidence that Vitamin D supplements reduce risk of acute respiratory infection in general, though not yet specifically for COVID-19.
The researchers recommended that further study of the potential benefits of protective Vitamin D supplementation for the Vitamin D deficient is warranted. Sixteen months into the pandemic, you have to say there doesn’t appear to be a hurry to investigate what seems to be a key factor in Covid risk and may provide a cheap way to save many lives.
Read the full study here.
NEWS PROVIDED BY Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS)
June 16, 2021
TUCSON, Ariz., June 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Of the 700 physicians responding to an internet survey by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), nearly 60 percent said they were not “fully vaccinated” against COVID.
Neither survey represents a random sample of all American physicians, but the AAPS survey shows that physician support for the mass injection campaign is far from unanimous.
“It is wrong to call a person who declines a shot an ‘anti-vaxxer,'” states AAPS executive director Jane Orient, M.D. “Virtually no physicians are ‘anti-antibiotics’ or ‘anti-surgery,’ whereas all are opposed to treatments that they think are unnecessary, more likely to harm than to benefit an individual patient, or inadequately tested.”
The AAPS survey also showed that 54 percent of physician respondents were aware of patients suffering a “significant adverse reaction.” Of the unvaccinated physicians, 80 percent said “I believe risk of shots exceeds risk of disease,” and 30% said “I already had COVID.”
Other reasons for declining the shot included unknown long-term effects, use of aborted fetal tissue, “it’s experimental,” availability of effective early treatment, and reports of deaths and blood clots.
Of 560 practicing physicians, 56 percent said they offered early treatment for COVID.
Nonphysicians were also invited to participate in the survey. Of some 5,300 total participants, 2,548 volunteered comments about associated adverse effects of which they were aware. These included death, amputation, paralysis, stillbirth, menstrual irregularities, blindness, seizures, and heart issues.
“Causality is not proven. However, many of these episodes might have resulted in a huge product liability or malpractice award if they had occurred after a new drug,” stated Dr. Orient. “Purveyors of these COVID products are protected against lawsuits.”
The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons has represented physicians in all specialties since 1943. Its motto is omnia pro aegroto, everything for the patient.
SOURCE Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS)