Archives prior to Substack. What did I know and when did I know it?
This blog started from an email list in 2019. I have collected those posts, stripped out the pictures to get the length down, and posted them as:
I wanted to put all of my observations on a single platform, and give myself the ability to take a look at how my thinking had changed over time. The most interesting topics are vaccines in general, Covid in particular, the Russians, US and Ukrainian politics, and the social situation.
Here is an excerpt from my blog of March 17, 2020. How did I do?
I watched the video Doctors in Black - Plandemic, about the corruption in the United States medical establishment. It addresses the coronavirus and charges that the numbers are being jiggled. The powers that be are alleged to be manipulating the crisis in order to maximize their own profits from patents they hold on vaccines. This is most evident in their suppression of potential solutions such as hydroxychloroquine that don't funnel money into vaccine makers.
The video got well over a million views on YouTube before they banned it. It got reposted about three times. YouTube was busy just finding it and shutting it off. Like a mushroom, it keeps popping up. I have seen it again on Vimeo.com, Banned.Video, and Bitchute. It's a message that seems to really resonate.
The video excoriates the medical establishment and the pharmaceutical companies. I heartily agree that far.
Prior to Covid19, Judy Mikovits, had written a book entitled Plague of Corruption. She certainly makes some good points about the dangers of vaccines and the unscrupulous methods that the government and the pharmaceutical companies use to suppress bad news.
However, nowhere can I find balance. You have to say that overall vaccines have been a pretty good thing for public health. Fewer people get sick then used to. However, to claim that they are all safe, as the NIH, WebMD and WHO sites do for things like the HPV vaccine, the flu shot, the measles, mumps and rubella, and so on, is also wrong. The anecdotal accounts of injury don't square with it. Neither does the $3 billion paid out so far by the Vaccine Court.
Mikovits makes the very good point that if vaccines were safe, they would not have needed to set up the Vaccine Court to replace normal judicial process, having the federal government adjudicate parental claims on their own. Mitkovits describes how the processes is stacked against parents. Each parent one-on-one against the government, with very limited legal discovery, no class action possibility, and no way to use one case as precedent for another. And despite all this, the government has still had to pay out that $3 billion.
You can't say vaccines are totally safe. They aren’t. But that's not the question. The question is, is it better to be vaccinated or not?
My take is that it really depends on which vaccine and which disease. The parents have to find good information. However, with the government lying to us about vaccines as they do about the Russians, the schools, the economy and everything else, we can't know.
Vaccines are terribly tricky. The adverse effects don't show up until years, often decades after the immunization. Causality can only be established statistically, not in individual cases. And likewise the benefit is counterfactual – is what didn't happen. It is a terrible thing to adjudicate. The kind of thing that the courts are manifestly unsuited to handle, and yet it is thrown to the courts.
Ultimately it is up to us parents to decide, on a shot-by-shot basis, whether or not to vaccinate our kids. I try to read everything and make up my mind. It is not an easy problem. Whether you support vaccines or not, I think anybody will find it a source of interesting information.
We all know that vaccines are made from cultures of animal tissues. Those animals may be mammals such as mice or chimpanzees or even human embryos. They may also be chickens or other vertebrates. What the book claims, and I have not seen refuted, is that viruses endemic to these animals come along for the ride. In other words, when we are injected with a shot made from animal cultures, we not only get the antibodies we are supposed to, but we get the animal viruses along with it.
Some of these are retroviruses which have a way of secreting themselves in your system remaining dormant for a long time. The AIDS retrovirus is said to do just that, just waiting opportunistically until events such as frequent and unsafe sex practices or drug usage provide an opportunity for it to act, coming to life when the organism gets stressed.
Mikovits says that this is the mechanism by which children may get autism and other autoimmune diseases. If the vaccine is given to the wrong kid, who is under the wrong stress, the retroviruses get activated and play havoc with the system.
Anecdotally, among Oksana’s friends there is a mother with an eight-year-old daughter who has rheumatoid arthritis and there is another with a son somewhere on the autism spectrum. Goodness knows where these diseases came from, but we note that they were both vaccinated.
She is especially harsh about the vaccines for diseases that are mostly just inconvenient. She claims that the vaccine for chickenpox, a minor disease, can trigger shingles – the same disease in a more damaging form. The vaccine for measles prevents a kid from developing the healthy natural immunity that comes from getting that bug, which immunity can prevent other diseases later in life. She, like other authors such as Stephanie Seneff, is particularly harsh about the HPV vaccine. There are lots of anecdotes of kids’ lives being ruined by this one. It is especially troubling because if the kids simply practiced chastity – kept their pants on the way we were taught – they wouldn’t be exposed in the first place.
The author darkly suggests that these same mechanisms could be the underlying triggers for other later life diseases that we have seen proliferate within the last couple of decades, chronic fatigue syndrome and Alzheimer's disease. They cannot make a compelling proof that this is what's happening, but they raise interesting questions.
I would suggest that people who want to suppress voices such as Mikovits are on the wrong side of science. Science seeks the truth. These are areas in which we should be looking for the truth. We can be happy if these alarmists turn out to be wrong, but somebody should be investigating.
To gauge the depth of their hate, check out Judy Mikovits on Wikipedia, or read the plethora of nasty reviews on Amazon. Their venom is matched only by their vacuity. I haven’t read any piece, including this in the MIT Review of Technology, that attempts to rebut her points. Maybe she is onto something.
Meanwhile, we cannot ignore the benefits that vaccines bring. Everybody has to do their own cost-benefit analysis. My take would be that it's probably a good idea not to get vaccinated until your kid is more than two years old, past the stage of extremely rapid brain growth – and autism risk. And to work to keep the medical establishment honest. Mikovits’ case that they conceal information and lie to us is very strong. That should end.
One of the things that the book brings out is the severe conflict of interests that the principal players have. Bill Gates owns a portfolio of vaccine patents. He has a great financial interest in the vaccines that he's pushing. Likewise, Anthony Fauci owns vaccine patents. Isn't that a conflict of interest? Likewise, Mike Bloomberg is heavily invested. We should suspect these men's motives, and certainly strongly question whether or not they are seeking the truth. Do they suppress hydroxychloroquine because it doesn't work, or because they want something else to work that will put money in their pockets? Inquiring minds want to know.
A riff on Bill Gates, I have recently started using Windows 10 and Microsoft Word 365. I have been using Microsoft's products for 35 years now. They continue to get worse. There are things I could do in Windows 7 that I cannot do in Windows 10. Hell, there were features in Microsoft Word 30 years ago that were better than the product today. More than that, Windows 10 is bound so tightly to the Internet that I am sure that Gates can investigate my innermost secrets by scanning my documents. It tries to force my documents onto his cloud server whether I want or not. I wish Bill Gates would get out of my life. I do not trust his software, and I certainly do not trust his motives when it comes to handling viruses.
On a happier note, I recently made online contact with a French guy who has read one of the translations that I posted a couple of months ago. That made my day. I am quite sure that Mikovits would be thrilled to see Plague of Corruption translated into European languages. Given that the European Union’s health regime is just as corrupt, sclerotic and incompetent as those of the World Health Organization and the United States, she should welcome it. In any case, if you ask in a couple of weeks, I may have a copy of the book available.
I’ll close with that. I am not an anti-VAXer, but I do like the truth and I don’t trust bureaucracies much.
Coming back to the present, maybe there is some validity to the globohomo trope. This Jordon Trishton Walker guy has no conscience. Absolutely no concern for mankind – nothing beyond getting some action with another man.
Used to be that the spy agencies considered homosexuals to be security risks. They were too easy to compromise and blackmail. Not the only ones – Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein proved that. But probably easier.
Anyhow, hats off to Project Veritas. Since the judiciary and law enforcement agencies are so severely compromised, it appears that shining light in dark corners is the best protection that we the public have. Hats off as well to James O’Keefe, Julian Assange, Edward Snowden, Matt Taibbi and Glenn Greenwald. I love what they do. I can tolerate them being wrong occasionally – viz, IMHO, Greenwald on Ukraine – because they are honest and sincere. I note also that blanket categorizations such as globohomo, Nazi or Jew are dangerous. Jewish homosexual Greenwald is a righteous man. Glad to have him on our side. Mostly.
That’s the news from Lake WeBeGone on a quiet Saturday, where the kids and I just returned from a chilly walk.