Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Journal of the American Medical Association Publishes Study Showing Covid Vaccine Invades Human Breast Milk, Claims It Is "Safe"


These data demonstrate for the first time to our knowledge the biodistribution of COVID-19 vaccine mRNA to mammary cells and the potential ability of tissue EVs to package the vaccine mRNA that can be transported to distant cells.’ 
‘Little has been reported on lipid nanoparticle biodistribution and localization in human tissues after COVID-19 mRNA vaccination. In rats, up to 3 days following intramuscular administration, low vaccine mRNA levels were detected in the heart, lung, testis, and brain tissues, indicating tissue biodistribution.4 We speculate that, following the vaccine administration, lipid nanoparticles containing the vaccine mRNA are carried to mammary glands via hematogenous and/or lymphatic routes.5,6 Furthermore, we speculate that vaccine mRNA released into mammary cell cytosol can be recruited into developing EVs that are later secreted in EBM (expressed breast milk).’ 
‘The sporadic presence and trace quantities of COVID-19 vaccine mRNA detected in EBM suggest that breastfeeding after COVID-19 mRNA vaccination is safe, particularly beyond 48 hours after vaccination.


Israeli study links COVID vaccines to 25% increase in cardiac arrest, both males & females, based on data from emergency services


'“An increase of over 25% was detected in both call types during January–May 2021, compared with the years 2019–2020. That is to say, "increased rates of vaccination ... are associated with increased number of CA [cardiac arrest] and ACS [acute coronary syndrome]." By contrast, the trial "did not detect a statistically significant association between the COVID-19 infection rates and the CA and ACS weekly call counts."

Will California Go to War Against Doctors?


California’s legislature passed a bill in August that would allow the state’s medical board to punish doctors who spread so-called “misinformation” about COVID-19. Governor Newsom has until Friday to sign it into law. Will he go to war against doctors?

Newsom’s delay in signing the bill reflects the gravity of his decision. The governor knows that what happens in California usually doesn’t stay in California. If he signs this bill into law, other states will follow, and he’ll be tied to the outcome. Pundits across the aisle worry that the outcome could be ugly. With Newsom on the shortlist of Democratic White House hopefuls in 2024, this could be a profoundly consequential decision for his political career.

Writing in Fox News, Dr. Pierre Kory and Senator Ron Johnson explain what’s at stake

The bill in question, AB 2098, would allow the Medical Board of California to revoke a doctor’s license to practice medicine in the state for expressing an opinion “contradicted by contemporary scientific consensus contrary to the standard of care.” The problem is that “contemporary scientific consensus” has fluctuated wildly over the past two years.

One year ago, President Biden declared COVID as, “a pandemic of the unvaccinated.” Earlier that summer, he had stated, “You're not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations.” Now the bar has been lowered to, “preventing severe illness.”

Who can forget the whiplash on masks? In the early days, we were told to “STOP BUYING MASKS!” because “they are NOT effective in preventing the general public from catching Coronavirus.” On day one of his presidency, Biden ordered a mask mandate for federal workers and on federal land. Last summer, Biden said “if you’re vaccinated, you shouldn’t wear a mask,” before reversing course months later and urging Americans to mask up.


THIS IS BIG: Dr. Aseem Malhotra, who promoted Covid-19 vaccine on TV, calls for its immediate suspension

Writing in the peer-reviewed Journal of Insulin Resistance, one of the UK’s most eminent Consultant Cardiologists Dr. Aseem Malhotra, who was one of the first to take two doses of the vaccine and promote it on @Good Morning Britain says that since the rollout of the vaccine the evidence of its effectiveness and true rates of adverse events have changed. In a two-part research paper entitled “ Curing the pandemic of misinformation on COVID-19 mRNA vaccines through real evidence-based medicine,” real-world data reveals that in the non-elderly population, the number needed to vaccinate to prevent one death from Covid-19 runs into thousands and that re-analysis of randomised controlled trial data ( that first led to approval of the vaccines for BioNTech/Pfizer and Moderna) suggests a greater risk of suffering a serious adverse event from the vaccine than to be hospitalised with Covid-19. Read part 1 of the article: https://bit.ly/3dJuN3W Read part 2 of the article: https://bit.ly/3dMKIhV

PJ Watson on Georgia Meloni's Win in the Italian Elections


Woke librarians with hot pink hair and nose-rings are absolutely determined to give your children comic books showing underaged boys putting their mouths on the pee-pees of adult men


Woke librarians with hot pink hair and nose-rings are absolutely determined to give your children comic books showing underaged boys putting their mouths on the pee-pees of adult men

After Drabinski won, she posted on Twitter: "I just cannot believe that a Marxist lesbian who believes that collective power is possible to build and can be wielded for a better world is the president-elect of @ALALibrary. I am so excited for what we will do together. Solidarity!"

The influential Chicago-based Fobazi Ettarh, 32, who was most recently a librarian at Rutgers, is another example of what many call a modern "radical librarian." Ettarh, who is also an educator and writer, says she represents "librarianship, education, activism, and all the intersections in between."

"People that say what librarians do in their own time, out of the library, is their own business. As if white supremacy is something you only do on weekends," she wrote on her "WTF Is a Radical Librarian Anyway?" website.

"It is time to stop being shocked. [People of color] have been telling you this forever. Trans people have been telling you this forever. The disabled. The queer. Librarianship is not the last bastion of democracy. It is not inherently good and sacred. It is an institution. And like other institutions it is riddled with white supremacy, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, and so on, and on, and on... This is who we are."

Supporters of so-called "woke" libraries say they simply want their facilities to be more diverse and inclusive when it comes to gender and race ideology. Opponents say that young children should not be exposed to books like Juno Dawson's "This Book is Gay," (a current No. 1 bestseller on Amazon), "Genderqueer" and "Lawn Boy," which they say depict too-graphic illustrations of gay sex and are freely available to youths at public libraries.

Drag Queen Story Hour, which was launched in San Francisco in 2015, has become a mainstay for children at libraries all over the US and the UK. Drag queens in full regalia perform for children as young as two and three. Though at least two registered sex offenders were found to have been among the drag queens performing at a Houston public library in 2019, the program is still going strong.

Some librarians are fed up with the radical atmosphere. A 50-year-old male in a Western state, who did not want to be identified, said he arrives at work an hour early every day to avoid the younger library staff who he said are "totally woke and radical."

"It's all about the ALA here," he said. "They're the boss. Libraries want to be accredited by the ALA so they do whatever they say. They'll enact their policies across the board and it's insufferable. Librarians are some of the most dangerous people in society. They are very well-organized and they communicate very well. Libraries are lost. They are rotten to the core. So much money has been dumped into them by organizations with agendas."

The ALA first began getting major funding in the late 1990s from the Bill and Melinda Foundation and George Soros' Open Society among other progressive organizations. At its most recent conference, panels included subjects such as "Addressing Critical Race Theory Challenges in Your Library" and "Inspiring the Next Generation to Champion Social Justice through Speech and Debate.



BEYOND SICK! Drag Queen Dances While Little Girl Repeatedly Rubs Her Hand Up and Down the Crotch of “Little Mermaid” Costume While Another Drag Queen Spreads Legs Wide Open On Stage For Toddlers [VIDEO]


Pennsylvania Department of Education Publishes Toolkit for Teachers to Host ‘Gender Neutral Day’ for Third Graders



DEMONIC DEMS TAKE IT TOO FAR! Muslims, Christians and Jews UNITE To Demand Removal of Explicit Books From Dearborn, MI Public School Libraries [VIDEO]

Breaking: Nord Stream 1 Pipeline from Russia Loses All Pressure after Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Lost All Pressure Earlier Today – May Have Been Targeted Attack


Breaking Update; Nord Stream 1 Pipeline from Russia Loses All Pressure after Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Lost All Pressure Earlier Today – May Have Been Targeted Attack

Jaco Pastorius & Toots Thielemans
Three Views of a Secret

Monday, September 26, 2022

The Muslims Are Restless in England: "We'll Find Some Jews, We Want Their Blood"

This is a very real manifestation of evil.

And that seems very obvious.

And, I have to say, it might help us understand the state of our world today, if we would think of the government (Fauci, et al) as marching down the street, with needles in their hands, chanting, "We'll find ourselves some slaves to vaccinate, we want their blood."

That would be an apt comparison, except that it is not just Mohammed Hijaband his thousands of Jihadist Scuzlims. Instead, it's been the entire fucking government, and their corporate masters.

Rungis, the largest wholesale fresh produce market in the world, is on fire in Paris

Paul Marik speaks about the silencing of doctors who want to speak out about the COVID vaccines

ANOTHER FBI Agent Comes Forward Exposing Political Bias At Biden's DOJ

Urban Liberal Meeting To Deal With Crime MOCKED For Being Hilariously Insane Woke Nonsense

School Orchestra pof the J. Zarębski Music School in Inowrocław
Vivaldi: Flute Concerto Op. 10 No 3.
"The Goldfinch"

Sunday, September 25, 2022

What distinctions regarding anti-religious discrimination are not understood by this man?

Mitchell Silk, an ultra-Orthodox writer who once worked for the US Treasury, warns that the attacks occurring against Jews in NYC could also happen to other faiths, but made a most absurd mistake that won't help in dealing with the war against Islamic terrorism either, nor in defending Jews from Muslim antisemitism. First:
My Chassidic Jewish community in Brooklyn is confronted with an unprecedented level of hostility. Hate crimes abound. Chassidic Jews have been shot at, punched, kicked, violently shoved, or almost run over. During Covid, politicians prohibited our community from coming together to pray, celebrate, and mourn — even when masked and distanced — while permitting and even joining public protests. And now they are coming for our children.

The latest attack comes from The New York Times. On Sept. 11, the Times published a report of its year-long “investigation” into the crown jewel of our community, our education system. Despite the report’s thin trappings of investigative journalism, the charge — plainly stated — was that Chassidic-Americans are too corrupt, abusive of children, and illiterate to be treated as equal members of society.

The Times fired another salvo on Sept. 16, arguing essentially for vesting extraordinary authority in state government and local school boards to “protect” our children from our “failing” schools and better prepare them for the future. Oy!

I fear they have a very different vision for my children’s future than my wife and I do.

[...] Rather than feature even one story of success within our system, the Times chose to push a dehumanizing narrative of ethnic stereotyping. Its 275 interviews over more than a year did not yield even one single voice among the tens of thousands of families touched by our yeshivas in profoundly positive ways.

It is relatively simple to dismantle the Times’ house-of-cards case against our yeshiva school system. First, it claims our schools provide a poor education. Test scores, graduate success, and the parents of roughly 100,000 students in more than 250 schools say differently. Unlike most public schools, where grade inflation runs rampant and roughly 25 percent of graduates are functionally illiterate, our system delivers a high rate of academic success, with most alumni committed to life-long learning.
While I'm aware there are plenty of communities who're providing their children with proper education for topics like mathematics and the accompanying science-based exams, I find it galling the guy won't acknowledge it's insular tribes like Satmar who're guilty of dumbing down education while mooching socialist welfare, and a terrible shame people like him won't lament how Neturei Karta taint their overall image to boot. I've noticed there's Haredi representatives who point to what they see as positives, but refuse to condemn the most insular tribes who give the lifestyle a bad name for any particular reason. Such a failure of vigilance and refusal to question whether the Haredi lifestyle as a whole isn't a good influence is exactly why they'll never manage to combat this image issue properly. Of course, it's no shock if the NYT won't make distinctions either, and that's just as bad.

But now, look where Silk really bungles the impact of his defense for Haredi schools in the USA, when at the end, he adds a certain religion's house of worship to the issue:
But I won’t hold my breath because this campaign isn’t about improving the education in Chassidic schools. It’s about promoting a narrative that casts people of faith as intolerant, ignorant, and uncivilized. In service of this anti-religion narrative, facts will be invented, statistics massaged, and enemies of the people conjured out of whole cloth. The Chassidic-American community is the target today, but expect these attacks to come soon to a church, mosque, synagogue, or meditation retreat near you.
And here's where the guy really screws up royally. Why does he think sources steeped in anti-semitism would actually have any issue with the Religion of Peace, which is built upon koranic verses like 5:60, which describes Jews as apes and pigs. If Silk's really concerned about antisemitism, wouldn't he rather mosques not operate in the USA, based on what they could teach about Jews, and doesn't he realize a lot of the recent antisemitic attacks in the New York region could've been committed by Muslims too? How does Silk expect to combat antisemitism effectively if he won't acknowledge Muslim antisemitism is a serious issue? Talk about dampening the whole subject.

I'm hugely disappointed with Silk for obscuring the serious danger of Muslim antisemitism anywhere in the world, which only suggests that, despite his effort to present himself as a well-learned man, he remains oblivious to the threat of Islamic terrorism, and is failing to recognize that the leftist system is lenient on Islamic bigotry. Worse, it suggests he's not willing to take up the cause of people like Salman Rushdie, who paid terrible prices for speaking out agains the very belief system Silk downplayed in his article. If the leftist dominated systems haven't done what to defend against Islamofascism, why should we assume they'd actually put a stop to what's taught in mosques and madrassas? Silk's only suggested he's no different.