h/t – Ab

I could do a post like this every day, so productive is Ab at Fakeologist. (Be sure to use fakeologist.com/blog/ when you visit the site to get the latest.

Here is one that caught my eye that needs to be spread wide and far – It’s not PPE – it’s a religious garment. Ab is bringing to us a study done (quietly) at Stanford University (linked in an American Conservative Union article) [see note at end] showing what we all know anyway, that masks are useless. I regard them as nothing more than ritual shaming.

However, I am on the other side of a barrier in this debate, as arguing about the effectiveness of masks against something that does not even exist (SARS-CoV-2) seems not only moronic, but oxymoronic. That puts me squarely outside the framing of the debate.

However, and this is so typical of the totalitarian censorship going on around us, within the ACU article you will find Steve Cortes, whose Twitter account was suspended when he tweeted about the Stanford study. There is no shame in going maskless, and no honor at Twitter. Going without a mask requires a backbone, while censoring as all the mainstream sources are doing is the work of jellyfishes.

Anyway, Ab, you don’t hear this often enough, but thank you for your remarkable blog and all its content.

PS: You can bet that I downloaded this study, as such things have a way of disappearing from view in our brave new world. If the links to it are dead, contact me via the comments below and I will supply it to you.

PPS: This comment below by ScottRC clarifies the role of Stanford in this study, none at all.

15 thoughts on “h/t – Ab

  1. Just saw this too; no surprise, but still awesome news…I have the same caveat, as the paper continues the narrative that “it” is “out there” and deadly. “It” is way too small, so “it” passes through face diapers easily. What shall we do, eek!

    Oh, wait, it’s on a conservative site, so it must be white nationalist.

    So yeah, the good with the not-so-good, but I won’t wait standing up for Stanford to say it’s all voodoo.

    Ab, great job; it must be hellish in the GW North!


    1. Below (from the cited paper) is what many real empirical scientists have been saying for years; masks are harmful when used excessively and inappropriately. Now, combine excessive/improper use, unending fear and dread for 14 months with an experimental gene therapy/update/reboot jammed deep in your veins, and what health we shall have!
      “In normal conditions at the sea level, air contains 20.93% O2 and 0.03% CO2, providing partial pressures of 100 mmHg and 40 mmHg for these gases in the arterial blood, respectively. These gas concentrations significantly altered when breathing occurs through facemask. A trapped air remaining between the mouth, nose and the facemask is rebreathed repeatedly in and out of the body, containing low O2 and high CO2 concentrations, causing hypoxemia and hypercapnia [35], [36], [11], [12], [13]. Severe hypoxemia may also provoke cardiopulmonary and neurological complications and is considered an important clinical sign in cardiopulmonary medicine [37], [38], [39], [40], [41], [42]. Low oxygen content in the arterial blood can cause myocardial ischemia, serious arrhythmias, right or left ventricular dysfunction, dizziness, hypotension, syncope and pulmonary hypertension [43]. Chronic low-grade hypoxemia and hypercapnia as result of using facemask can cause exacerbation of existing cardiopulmonary, metabolic, vascular and neurological conditions [37], [38], [39], [40], [41], [42]. Table 1 summarizes the physiological, psychological effects of wearing facemask and their potential long-term consequences for health.”


  2. There is no shame in going maskless, and no honor at Twitter.

    Going without a mask requires a backbone, while censoring as all the mainstream sources are doing is the work of jellyfishes.


    This cannot be said, but also shown enough.

    We, the unmuzzled, the ones showing all their beautiful and meaningful face muscles, hidden behind beards or not, we the pro-immuners (I am not “anti” something that is useless poison, it is too silly and sick for that), are the resistance in this World War I (three, according to some historians, but this is the very first world wide war there is).

    I read your truthful words about my fatherpodcast, blog and platform for sharing useful and insightful information, as about the ongoing Coronacaust, the World War W:

    while in the livestream at Fakeologist.com/radio3

    join the Discord, POMmers, Mark, we met there!

    I am even more an outsider than many here, I got rid of all Clownworld and most of the Building of the Beast out of my life and that autonaturally makes you see Divinity, Gaia, with her exposed beauty in Zion and other magical highlights of her beautiful geology, well done that you still (can) visit those, cherish that Mark, and the futility and the actual lack of “power” given to those Crazy Apes, the Animal Farmers, the ones suffering from the mental disorder of goyism, where they see their fellow (and in alarmingly fast pace former) Homo sapiens (non-coroniensis subspecies; mutants, wombies) as “livestock”.

    The masked are the earmarked cattle.

    I go everywhere without mask and the schizophrenic craziness of the Corona Coma is clear when in my unmasked face at close than 6 ft they complain that “people are not behaving” and “togetherwegetthroughthis”, like robots, wombies I call them; wandering zombies, I HATE zombies, the whole thing, so this is my safe word let’s say)

    Either you’re with us, or you are against us.



  3. I ran into this study on another forum and want to point out a few things.

    It was not done at Stanford. Stanford has no affiliation with it. According to the Senior Director of External Communications at Stanford Health Care, the study’s author was “a visiting author at Stanford for a year, on matters unrelated to this paper.” https://twitter.com/LucyTelBar/status/1384674452550479874

    Nowhere on the NIH website is a connection to Stanford stated or implied, but it’s now widely being reported–by people in the conspiracy community–to be a Stanford study.

    As far as I can tell, the American Conservative Union’s website was the first to tout this as a “Stanford” study. If they were the ones who spread that obvious, low-hanging fruit misinformation, I think we can go ahead and write the organization off as an Intelligence project. It’s pretty easy to see that this paper has no connection to Stanford, and when people who love their face diapers but also love “authoritative” institutions like Stanford find out that “conspiracy theorists” are, in fact, falsely claiming it IS a Stanford study, they can easily dismiss not only everything in the study, but everything said by anyone who cites the study.

    It’s a continuation of what Trump did so effectively while in office: Taint the truth by speaking it.


  4. Mark- You’ve written a bit about the VAERS database, so thought you might be interested in this piece. It purports to be from an anonymous (but trusted and verified by the site hosts) internal medicine doctor. He analyzes the VAERS info and the communications from CDC, and flags his many concerns. Also some interesting comments (with pushback, and discussion, and interesting links.) They’re not “fakeologists” of course, but while fundamentally mainstream, they often take this sort of contrarian/ critical position on official narratives.



    1. That’s a really useful article, reinforcing what I m seeing with all of the deaths caused by vaccines, that the silence is deafening. It adds some credibility to this otherwise over-the-top post by Ab:.


      Bill Maher has good writers but is typically useless, using his opportunity to reinforce the asymptomatic carrier myth. One thing I have noticed about him is that after his Pete Ham stint, he was propelled right to front line punditry, and that without his writers, he is not funny.


      1. It was a slog, that HamHer vid, (the asymptomatic comment was egregious, even for the unfunny him) but had some good moments, considering the msm nature of the beast. Worse were the comments on it, a site that should know about all the varieties of FIRE industry chicanery, but somehow trusts the farmies to do honest work. A coven of clucking Karens, agonizing over how many imaginary angels can dance on the head of a nonexistent pin.


      2. Mark- Glad it was of some interest!

        Baja- Haha, indeed. I have a sick, morbid fascination with NC and its comments section… Such a bizarre alternate universe. But every now and then, they also have people with really great insights about their life experience, professions, etc. They can be very good when talking about things where they have “real world” knowledge – it’s just when they discuss media narratives with great credulity, that I feel more like an anthropologist studying a strange tribe.


    2. I just got back from the gym – after my comment above about Pete Ham, I forgot ear buds and had to listen to gym music. What should be playing but Badfinger and No Matter What. Ham sounded OK on studio cuts, probable voice-overs and corrections, some thought perhaps even McCartney overdubbing. But live, man, he sucked. His singing was like watching live childbirth … somehow he got it out.

      No wonder he was redirected to punditry and given a staff of very good writers.


  5. Hi Mark, there are new videos in English from Stefan Lanka on Dean Danes channel:

    just go to the channel to get them all. It’s worth the time.


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