Dr. Fell, I mean Fauci, responds to RFK Jr.

I do not like thee, Dr Fell,
The reason why I cannot tell;
But this I know, and know full well,
I do not like thee, Dr Fell.

I am just about through Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s book, The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health. It is inflammatory but heavily sourced. Fauci is, in my view, a monster, a criminal of historic proportions, while eugenicist Bill Gates could be a poster child for Asperger’s Syndrome. I like to connect dots, probably not warranted of course, but I wonder if Bill’s wife Melinda read the book. It came out in 2021 and she left him that year. One thing is certain – neither Fauci or Gates has glanced inside the cover. Also, they are shielded by a fawning press that attacks the attacker on their behalf.

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The real purpose of vaccines

Below the fold here I am going to reprint a comment left for us by TimR, with permission. The reason for this is that I do not want to take the time to essentially rewrite his words. I will leave well enough alone.

The reason I want to feature the comment is that it points to a source that perhaps hints at something I’ve long suspected, that the real purpose of (pre-Covid-19) vaccines was to protect industries from lawsuits. Pharmaceutical companies have now gone nuts with vaccinating kids, so another purpose would just be a profit center. I hope it is just saline.

I say “pre-Covid” because those vaccines are serving a real (and unstated) purpose having nothing to do with illness, and everything to do with a massive fake pandemic used to create a stampede to the vaccine. Time will tell, but I would allege that the purpose of those vaccines is depopulation. We know that people behind it, Bill Gates for instance, are eugenicists as well as misanthropes, that is, they want fewer people because in general, they hate people.

We all have our moments, I know. I disparage of humanity at times. But I do not hate people.

Here is TimR’s comment:

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Poornima once more and hopefully, finally

Mike Stone was a guest on Ab’s Fakeologist site, and did an hour+ interview, quite well done. I only have a few qualms, purely personal preference. I felt he was too deferential to Poormina Wagh, even after he learned that her degrees were fake, her research nonexistent, and no evidence of any FBI raid anytime. I also felt he dealt with Drs. Kaufman, Cowen, Bailey(s) and Lanka with too much reverence. Ask yourself, why did these five people come to prominence exclusively of all others? I do not know the answer to that question, and only suggest to be slow to trust anyone who self-appoints as a leader. Kaufman’s appearance on the scene, especially, had the look and feel, to me, of a rollout.

What I have learned from both Poornima and the Mike Stone interview:

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To quote MM

“Despite that, I would say things are looking pretty good long-term for those of us who refused the vaccines et al. The rest of the year will be turbulent, but I think that after the mid-term elections things may stabilize a bit. I think that is part of the plan. After that, the results of the great culling will start coming in, and will come in for decades. The primary result will be 10-20% fewer people on planet Earth, which—though achieved by murder—will have its upsides for those of us left. I expect the housing market to cool way off, for instance, due to a glut of existing housing. It will quickly go from a sellers’ market to a buyers’ market.” (Miles Mathis, side note in paper titled Charles Dickens)

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Covid vaxxing causes infertility?

I was going to link to this in a comment but decided it deserves more exposure, including 1,791 emails that go out when I post it. This link will take you to Fakeologist and a post titled Covid Vaccines and Infertility. I wondered about this as I wrote the post below, if they are finally making abortion less easily obtained due to a rise in infertility, making it far less an issue than ever before.

These people we are dealing with are, after all, misanthropists.

Give Ab a visit.

Snopes for dummies

Yes, I was tempted to work in the word “dopes,” but resisted the temptation.

As a young man in 1973 I watched a big-hit movie called The Sting. It starred Robert Redford and Paul Newman, and the plot involved an elaborate charade to convince a very wealthy man that he had a good chance of winning a pile of money if he bet on a certain horse. They had large chalkboards and men on ladders listing and changing horse racing outcomes and betting odds, all fake. The man bet, lost a bundle, but importantly, once the ‘sting’ had occurred it was understood that it be permanent. He could never know he’d been had.

I learned quite a bit from this movie, one thing that the expression “con-game” is based on the word “confidence.” In order to be stung, we have to trust the people sticking it to us. Without trust, people are much harder to fool. Thus in our world do news media outlets and journalists go to great lengths to project an aura of reliability, holding a code of ethical behavior that shields them as they lie with impunity.

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An unsettling video

Note to readers: On further reflection after having published this piece, I urge all to take any assertions about vax lots with a huge grain of salt. I am not sure it means what I thought it meant on viewing the Cowan video.

The link below the fold here is to a video by Dr. Tom Cowan, and offered to me and others by Stephers. In it Dr. Cowan, reciting the work of others, shows that most adverse events from vaccines are sporadic, and confined to specific lots. Further, he says, the episodes wherein hundreds of events, including deaths, are confined to various lots, are seemingly spread out over 38 states, with twelve states apparently exempt from such fallout.

Link to Cowan video. It is 26 minutes. Since it is BitChute, I cannot reproduce it here.

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2022: The Year of the Black Tiger — and the Year of SPIONS?

Writer’s Note: These are busy times for most of us. I will keep this relatively short, and perhaps fill in more details in the coming weeks. I simply aim, for now, to point out what the Machine may be telegraphing in the months to come. When I refer to the “Machine” orchestrating its next moves, I am not simply alluding to elite men and women sitting around a table sipping fine liqueur, nor frolicking by Moloch-revering bonfires. I am also hinting at whispers of technological intelligence and/or synchromysticism serving to define the experiences conferred in our shared reality. I know that is a mouthful, and I acknowledge this enigmatic phenomenon may be situated outside our awareness. Regardless, I urge readers to avoid allowing this conundrum to stump you, or to prevent you from perceiving the grander (and potentially symbolic) unfolding landscape — that we call reality.

As many already know, 2022 ushers in the Chinese Lunar Year of the Tiger. This is the year of the Black Water Tiger, and runs from February 1, 2022 to January 21, 2023. According to chinesefortunecalendar.com, the 2022 Chinese New Year Day is on Tuesday, February 1, 2022, but the 2022 Chinese Black Tiger Year starts more specifically on February 4, 2022 in China’s time zone — signifying the date when the sun enters the 315th degree on the tropical zodiac. (“That means the Chinese Lunar New Year is not the first day of Black Tiger Year. If a baby is born before February 4, 2022, then the baby’s zodiac sign is the Cow, not Tiger.”)

Interestingly, on February 4, 2022 (the official day of the Chinese Black Water Tiger), the thriller series “Suspicion” is expected to debut. When you click on the link to the series promo, do you see the title in all caps — SUSPICION? If you remove four of the letters, do you see “SPION”? This seemingly irrelevant tidbit may come in handy as you read on . . . 

Back to this new series . . . “Suspicion” — produced by Keshet Productions — is based on the award-winning Israeli series, “False Flag” (also produced by Keshet). Incidentally, Keshet, in Hebrew, means “Rainbow.” For me, this evokes the book, The Invisible Rainbow (by Arthur Firstenberg), in which it “should be noted that the title refers to the entire electromagnetic spectrum comprising the colors of the rainbow, including the invisible frequencies such as radio frequencies and the fields generated around conducting wires.” Strangely enough, the convergence of electromagnetic fields, radio frequencies, and conducting (nano)wires is the focus of this post. 

On December 21, 2021, it was reported by Defense One that a new universal COVID injectable treatment was developed — based on a Spike Ferritin Nanoparticle platform. The Walter Reed Army Institute of Research claims their vaccine platform will “work against not just the existing strain but all of its potential variants as well.” This process of vaccine delivery has been referred to as magnetofection. On that very same day, it was also reported that DARPA-funded carbon nanotechnologist extraordinaire (with alleged ties to Wuhan), Charles Lieber, was found guilty (convicted by a jury) of lying about having Chinese government ties. Did that signify an end to a particular element of the COVID operation? Was this indicative of the induction of a new element — perhaps iron? Was there a switcheroo from C to Fe?

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Part 10: mRNA Mavericks and Everyware ~ Re-assembling Life via Ribocomputing

An Inconvenient Truth About COVID Injections

Part 10 of the Series, “Of Monkeys, Mice and Men: From Natural Bodies to Digitized Bots”

“Of all the new frontiers opening up for computation, perhaps the most startling is that of the human body. As both a rich source of information in itself and the vehicle by which we experience the world, it was probably inevitable that sooner or later somebody would think to reconsider it as just another kind of networked resource . . . The motivations for wanting to do so are many; to leverage the body as a platform for mobile services; to register its position in space and time; to garner information that can be used to tailor the provision of other local services, like environmental controls; and to gain accurate and timely knowledge of the living body, in all the occult complexity of its inner workings . . . In every moment of our lives, the rhythm of the heartbeat, the chemistry of the blood, even the electrical conductivity of the skin are changing in response to [the] evolving physical, situational, and emotional environment. If you were somehow able to capture and interpret these signals, though, all manner of good could come from it . . . Doctors could easily verify their patients’ compliance with a prescribed regimen of pharmaceutical treatment or prophylaxis; a wide variety of otherwise dangerous conditions, caught early enough, might yield to timely intervention . . . The information is there; all that remains is to collect it. Ideally, this means getting a data-gathering device that does not call undue attention to itself into intimate proximity with the body, over reasonably long stretches of time.” (p. 48-49)

~ Adam Greenfield, author of Everyware: The dawning age of ubiquitous computing 

This is the final installment of a series I launched in December 2020 (see Endnote 1). Although I had intended to wrap up this series with a concentrated focus on transhumanism, given this topic saturation on the airwaves (see links in Endnote 2), I would like to circle back to what I touched upon (Singapore as a bioengineering propagator worldwide) in the Prologue and Part 1, and to which I promised I would return.

A Brief mRNA Refresher

In 2018, Moderna President, Stephen Hoge, stated, “Why are we so passionate about messenger RNA? . . . It starts with the question of life . . . And in fact, all life that we know flows through messenger RNA . . . In our language, mRNA is the software of life.” He elaborated that cells use messenger RNA (mRNA) to translate the genes of DNA into “dynamic” proteins, involved in every bodily function. 

Theoretically, mRNA prompts proteins to be made in our bodies — thereby placing drug factories inside us. In a 2018 interview with C&EN, Moderna’s Hoge asserted, “You could ultimately use mRNA to express any protein and perhaps treat almost any disease . . . It is almost limitless what it can do.”

According to pharmaceutical giant GSK — which, like Moderna, also manufactures vaccines based on mRNA technology — messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) is a biological molecule that is naturally produced in human cells and carries genetic code for the cells to produce proteins. The company purports that synthetic mRNA vaccine technology is a new platform for vaccines — which will disrupt the field of vaccinology. 

mRNA Mavericks in Singapore

For the record, I was not avoiding the most commonly discussed topic when it comes to the COVID injections — that of mRNA. Rather, I intended to complete this exploratory journey with discourse of mRNA, in my unique way, and I appreciate the patience exhibited by POM readers. 

As I implied in my Prologue, the task of penning this series was to examine what I referred to as the “alchemical marriage of synthetic biology and COVID,” and to provide evidence that biotech tinkerers were re-imagining humanity in a quest for re-genesis. I suspected early on that the impending injections would not only be mandated, but would represent a covert method of re-assembling nature, thereby possibly re-defining what it means to be “human.” COVID was simply a commercialized catalyst — akin to a pitch deck — in marketing advanced technologies that were waiting in the wings, with mRNA playing a pivotal role. My guess is . . . we have not seen anything yet — at least in terms of where they intend to take a human being. 

In reference to the slogan of the Great Reset — build back better — I posed the question, “Could building back — using a plethora of genetic modification projects — be a means to a dead end of humanity, and worse, to biological life itself?” I return to this question in this final installment, and to individuals who may have played (or continue to play) a central role in human genetic modification; and thus, may be considered progenitors of synthetic (or re-assembled) humanity, or perhaps may be more aptly termed “re-genitors.” 

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Polio … a rose by any other name

You’d never guess I was once a CPA, as my storage system is chaos. But then, maybe I just wasn’t a very good CPA. I have a stack of papers on the bottom shelf of my bookcase, crawling with 3M flags, and in no order. I come across something and think “Hmm, I want to hang on to that,” and then forget about it. Yesterday I was asked for information on Covid, and before deciding not to provide anything to someone who can look and discover for his or herself, I went through the stack. In so doing I came across a list of 57 points of information concerning poliomyelitis. In looking for this list on the Internet, I found that it was compiled by Forest Maready, and that it does not exist in the form I have it, but rather now exists as 36 points, the last 21 absent, on a Twitter feed. I have tried but cannot find a way to move the last 21 points from paper to screen in readable form. Maybe it does not matter.

Maready is a prolific author, his first and maybe most important book called The Moth in the Iron Lung. That title will be self-explanatory when I am done, and perhaps even obvious to many readers. But first, I want to present a graph:

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