There he goes again

This is futile, I know, as Dr. Mark Johnson and Governor Jared Polis are just actors, and following orders from above. I find Polis to be especially offensive, appearing in public as he does behind a mask, a man of so little dignity that he is willing to carry out any order coming down without any thought or conscience. He makes me want to puke. Johnson, on the other hand, has the benefit of a medical degree, meaning he really believes in viruses. At least we can forgive him his brainwashed state. Some might object to my reference to “3/11” in Johnson letter, but I am convinced that there is a prerequisite to holding any high office in our world, and that is to be a member of the elite by some sort of order, maybe masonic, but I do not know. The head of the public health department in a county of almost 600,000 people surely does not land there by accident. He has been vetted. My reference in the Johnson letter to abuse and fraud against the citizens of this county is quite deliberate, as a lawsuit is in order. Of course, that would have to go before a court whose members have also been vetted. C‘est la vie.

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A monumental court ruling

Commenter Paso Robles brought us a very interesting case, a ruling November 11 by a Portuguese appeals that the RT-PCR test is not a reliable test for SARS-CoV-2, so that all quarantines based on those test results are unlawful. The original ruling was, of course, in Portuguese, and found here. Paso also made a Google English translation version available here. Finally, Off Guardian did a short summary of the ruling here. I read, copied and printed the entire ruling. It turned out to be 13,000 words and 34 pages (MS Word). While that sounds like a lot, it read so easily that I was enthralled. Legal minds are, I think, the best minds around. I love the way they convert law to understandable prose.

The ruling involved four German national tourists who went to the Azores, where one of them tested positive for SARS-CoV-19 9 9after testing negative in Germany). All four were quarantined in their hotel rooms for fourteen days. But these guys were not to be messed with. They petitioned the court for a writ of habeas corpus, i.e., produce a body, a right we all possess if we live in lands with laws that are followed. (Not so much USA anymore.) It prevents detention of people without due process. I had forgotten all about it, but if I am quarantined, you can bet I am going to invoke it.

There is, of course, a world-wide news blackout of this ruling.

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Mask or no mask … makes no difference according to Danish Study

The video above from Dr. Andrew Kaufman is hot off the press. It is eighteen minutes, and you can be sure I downloaded it. Kaufman discusses a study that was finally published in the Annals of Internal Medicine after being rejected by JAMA, Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine (most likely political decisions from those quarters – I learned during my study of Climate Change that the prestigious journals are all on some level … bought).

The important conclusions, as noted by Dr. K, were that all analyses of results, statistically speaking, “crossed zero.” Imagine that you are studying the effects of using squirt guns to chase squirrels off bird feeders*. You have two feeders and so, when two squirrels are present, you can use one as a control group while hitting the others with the water. In the end, you find that squirrels left alone were 95% likely to return to the feeder, while squirrels squirted were 105% likely to return. The variance in the numbers, some less, some more, but crossing 100%, means that squirt guns are not an effective control for squirrels. That is my interpretation of the meaning of “crossing zero” – -2% to +5% with zero in between.

A real example from the study follows beneath the fold.

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Information on masking for customers and businesses, courtesy of Peggy Hall

I recently paid $29 for a webinar given by Peggy Hall of The Healthy American. Towards the end of the 2-1/2 hour presentation, Ms. Hall advised that she is a business woman making her living, so that while I might technically easily disseminate her video, doing so would not be a morally acceptable choice.

So, I decided that my best course of action was to re-watch the video and take notes, and then pass the notes along to you. I set aside today, Sunday, for this purpose, and then found that Ms. Hall has provided many notes to go along with the video. I think I am OK to use them ‘as is’, but will take them all down if I get an objection from that source.

I do recommend that you buy and watch the video. She is a good speaker with a fluid brain. If you doubt me, watch her below in action with the Orange County, California Commissioners.

The following day Orange County removed its mask requirement.

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Humanitarian barbed wire

Obfuscation in bureaucratic writing is the norm, and we see no shortage of it in this document from CDC called Interim Operational Considerations for Implementing the Shielding Approach to Prevent COVID-19 Infections in Humanitarian Settings.

Just that title alone contains the following euphemisms:

  • Interim (Permanent)
  • Shielding Approach (imprisonment)
  • COVID-19 infections (false positives from a non-functioning testing regime)
  • Humanitarian Settings (Prisons)

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Conversation with a public health official

Good afternoon Mr. Tokarski,

My name is xxx, I will be facilitating the response to your request for records from Jefferson County Public Health under the Colorado open records law. Based on department policy, we charge $25.00 per hour to search, review, and provide records under the Open Records Act, with the first hour being of no charge. The Colorado open records law does not require us to create documents that we do not have in our possession. Because requests #1, #5, and #6 would require us to develop documents or studies, we are unable to fulfill those. Request #2, #3, and #4 are primarily based on existing evidence that can be found in numerous publicly accessible sources for free. However, if you would like us to collect those studies for you, based on similar requests, I estimate that it will take approximately 24 hours of staff time to do so. With the first hour being of no charge, the total cost would be $575.00. This is simply an estimate and could increase or decrease slightly once we begin the process of going through the documents.

This will take a while to complete because many of our staff are working very long days to protect their community from this disease. We should be able to have this completed by December 4th, but this too is just an estimate.

Please let me know if you would like to proceed with this request and I will begin the process.

Thank you.

XXXXXXX

Official Title
Jefferson County Public Health

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Lies, damned lies, and tree-tossing

This is an excellent and brief presentation by Rachel Elnaugh, given to us via the Andrew Kaufman YouTube channel. If by chance it disappears from view, let me know, as I have downloaded it. It takes a long time to upload so I decided just to go with the link while it is available.

There is talk everywhere now of a “second wave” and a “spike” in positive tests for SARS-Cov-2, the name given the supposed virus that supposedly causes “Covid-19,” the disease that doctors were instructed to blame for flu, influenza and pneumonia deaths on during this year’s cold and flu season.

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Jon Rappoport nails it

I’ve been following Jon Rappoport for years. His work on the scamdemic has been outstanding, and today he offered up a post that neatly summarized what I (and Stephers) have thought from the beginning – there is not now nor has there ever been … a virus. They made the whole thing up, and are using the PCR machine as a testing device because it can be depended on to turn up false positives.

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The Defense is Rwaawwng

Since this pandemic narrative began, I have imagined a scenario in which the alleged virus had its day in court. In this instance, I pondered that the case of a novel virus causing a widespread disease did not “hold water.”

When I watched this recent discussion from October 14 between Dr. Tom Cowan and Sally Fallon regarding the sloppy science and trickery amidst this pandemic myth, I had a “positraction” moment. I could not help but envision the iconic film clip from “My Cousin Vinny,” that made the word “positraction” famous. (1) I suggest watching Dr. Cowan first (from the 7:30 timestamp to the 12:25 timestamp), and then for fun, watch Marisa Tomei as Mona Lisa Vito (see the linked video above). So classic.

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Quixotic but nonetheless satisfying …

In recent days I have witnessed the following:

  • A youth hockey tournament that was to take place in Aspen, Colorado, was cancelled by, I assume, the Pitkin County health department.
  • Our fellow writer Steve Kelly pointed out that medical people think that skiing should be cancelled due to gatherings in buildings around ski resorts leading to transmission of the supposed virus.
  • A sign in the gym where I work out warned all members to wear masks, otherwise “the county will shut us down.”

This is fascism, as Steve noted in the title to his piece.

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