Monday, January 31, 2022
Sunday, January 30, 2022
Claire Bridges: Double-Vaccinated 20-Year-Old Model Develops Myocarditis, Suffers Heart Attack And Has Both Legs Amputated
A previously healthy model from Florida has been in hospital fighting for her life after suffering a heart attack earlier this month.
Claire Bridges, 20-years-old, was admitted to Tampa General Hospital on January 16th with severe leg pain and was diagnosed with myocarditis, rhabdomyolysis, mild pneumonia, cyanotic and acidosis.
A few hours after being admitted, her heart stopped. Fully vaccinated 20-year-old model Claire Bridges suffered a heart attack earlier this month.
Two weeks ago, Claire’s health rapidly deteriorated when her heart and other organs were impacted. She was quickly put in ICU on life support. Her father, Wayne, said about the ordeal:
“She has been through so much with this. The last two weeks have felt like two months.”
Wayne received a call from the ICU doctor saying CPR was being administrated because his daughter’s heart had stopped. Over the span of an hour and a half, the 20-year-old had to be revived two more times.
Doctors and surgeons worked together to come up with the next course of action for her heart and other organs.
The next morning, she was placed on a Tandem Heart and additional life support.
And only a few hours later, she was placed on continuous dialysis because of her failing kidneys.
While all of this was going on, pressure was building in her legs, not allowing blood to flow.
Ultimately, it was decided the damage to her legs was too severe and irreversible — they needed to be amputated. Both her legs were surgically removed on Friday. Wayne wrote on Facebook:
“When the moment came to let her know about losing her legs the doctor handled it beautifully but held nothing back. Claire whispered ‘I want Bionic legs‘ and smiled.”
The 20-year-old Floridian had both her legs surgically removed on Friday. Her dad is hopeful she will be able to continue her fight and do what she loves.
“We just know it’s a long road of recovery with the surgery, so we just hope that everyone holds her up with prayer.”
Two different GoFundMe pages were created to help with medical and living expenses. So far, more than $90,000 has been raised between the two fundraising pages.
One page reads in part: “Claire was admitted to Tampa General Hospital on Sunday, January 16th, with severe leg pain and Covid. Yes, she was vaccinated!”
Another four football (soccer to my American friends) matches were halted today due to medical emergencies in the stands.
What is going on with the beautiful game?
These emergencies seem to be happening more and more recently, both with players and spectators. Football is an intense game to play and, with the intense passion football fans have for the game, to watch too.
However, there does not seem to have been this many medical emergencies in previous years. Is it being reported more or are there new procedures to stop games immediately?
Maybe, but it is becoming noticeably obvious with more and more people questioning what is happening.
They are becoming so common, the same doctor has saved two people within the space of months.
According to this Twitter thread (which I know can’t be used as evidence but is interesting anecdotally all the same), there has been a 500% increase in deaths of FIFA players in 2021. 183 professional athletes and coaches have suddenly collapsed, 108 of them died. 2021 has broken all records for football players collapsing.
If COVID was the reason you would have expected a rise in 2020, however, the rates were pretty low. Vaccines are the obvious go-to answer for this terrifying trend.
Perhaps the 2021 variants have affected the heart more or it’s the spike protein whichever way it gets into your body (wild lab-created virus or lab-created vaccine).
Is this happening at such a high frequency in other sports?
Saturday, January 29, 2022
Starting sometime in December 2020, we began vaccinating people throughout the US and the rest of the Western World.
Here's my question:
Do you know anyone who has been
2) trying to get pregnant
3) had a miscarriage
4) lost the baby after 4 months
5) lost the baby after 6 months
6) had a baby?
7) had a healthy baby?
8) was the person you knew vaccinated, or unvaccinated?
Evangeline Lilly, best known for playing Kate Austen in ABC’s drama series “Lost” and for her role as Hope van Dyne/Wasp in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, took to social media to confirm her attendance at a Washington, D.C., protest over the weekend in support of “bodily sovereignty.”
The actress went on to explain she stands in opposition to government-mandated vaccine policies.
“I believe nobody should ever be forced to inject their body with anything, against their will, under threat of violent attack, arrest or detention without trial, loss of employment, homelessness, starvation, loss of education, alienation from loved ones, excommunication from society … under any threat whatsoever,” Lilly wrote in a post published on her Instagram page.
“This is not the way,” Lilly added about vaccine mandates. “This is not safe. This is not healthy. This is not love. I understand the world is in fear, but I don’t believe that answering fear with force will fix our problems. I was pro choice before COVID, and I am still pro choice today.”
Lee Burge: Sunderland Goalkeeper Develops Inflammation Of The Heart After Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine
Sunderland goalkeeper Lee Burge is expected to remain sidelined for another four or five weeks because of heart issues developed after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
Burge suffered heart palpitations recently and was shortly after diagnosed with an inflamed heart. Sunderland’s manager Lee Johnson believes that the heart problems affecting his goalkeeper could have been caused by his COVID vaccination.
The 40-year-old coach said on Friday: “It seems to happen a lot after these injections or COVID. The weighting would be on COVID but you can’t rule out, I suppose, vaccination.”
The manager added: “He [Burge] has 4-5 weeks when he has to keep his heart rate below 100bpm and have blood tests and hope it goes back to normal.”
Burge has largely been used as a back-up to Sunderland’s No. 1 goalkeeper Thorben Hoffman this season.
However, he has played nine times for the “Black Cats”, including in December’s League Cup quarter-final defeat at Arsenal. Data from December showed that around 75% of players in the English Football League (EFL) – in which Sunderland plays – have been either fully vaccinated, have had a single jab or were intending to be vaccinated.
Double vaccinated players totaled 59%, while 16% were set to get the jab, and 25% of players did not intend to get a COVID vaccine at that time.
HE SAID WHAT HE WOULD DO, HE DID IT, WE NEED HIM TO DO IT AGAIN!: Donald Trump, Playboy Interview, 1990
Rich men are less likely to like me, but the working man likes me because he knows I worked hard and didn’t inherit what I’ve built. Hey, I made it myself; I have a right to do what I want with it.
There has always been a display of wealth and always will be, until the depression comes, which it always does. And let me tell you, a display is a good thing. It shows people that you can be successful. It can show you a way of life. Dynasty did it on TV. It’s very important that people aspire to be successful. The only way you can do it is if you look at somebody who is.
I mean it; the houses, the planes and the boat are just investments. I paid twenty-nine million dollars for the Khashoggi yacht; two years later, I’ll be selling it for more than one hundred million dollars and getting a bigger one.
I don’t. But the Khashoggi boat is worth more only if I sell it. This new one will–believe it or not–be even more spectacular and bring tremendous acclaim to Trump properties in Atlantic City.
I have glitzy casinos because people expect it; I’m not going to build the lobby of the IBM office building in Trump Castle. Glitz works in Atlantic City, and yet the Plaza Hotel has been brought back to its original elegance of 1907. So I don’t use glitz in all cases. And in my residential buildings, I sometimes use flash, which is a level below glitz.
Props for the show.
The show is “Trump” and it is sold-out performances everywhere. I’ve had fun doing it and will continue to have fun, and I think most people enjoy it.
I love the creative process. I do what I do out of pure enjoyment. Hopefully, nobody does it better. There’s a beauty to making a great deal. It’s my canvas. And I like painting it.
I believe in positive thinking, but I also believe in the power of negative thinking. You should prepare for the worst. If I’m doing a deal, I want to know how bad it’s going to be if everything doesn’t work rather than how good it’s going to be. I have a positive outlook, but I’m unfortunately also quite cynical. So if all the negatives happened, what would my strategy be? Would I want to be in that position? If I don’t, I don’t do the deal. My attitude is to focus on the down side because the up side will always take care of itself. If a deal is going to be great, it’s just a question of, How much am I going to make?
Then I pushed him too far. I would have made a mistake. But I don’t. I push to the maximum of what he can stand and I get a better deal than he gets.
Total victory, yes. But I don’t want to dwell on triumph or defeat.
I think I’m fair, not tough, in business. But if somebody is trying to do an injustice to me, I fight back harder than anybody I know. When somebody tries to harm you or your family, you have an absolute right to fight back.
I’ve seen great deal makers go down the tubes because they haven’t known how to manage what they’ve had. Take [Saudi financier indicted for a felony] Adnan Khashoggi: He was a great deal maker but a bad businessman. Time will tell if Merv is a good manager. He is going to have to be.
That’s one hundred percent wrong. I was always very much accepted by my father. He adored Donald Trump and I’ve always known that. But I did want to prove to my father and other people that I had the ability to be successful on my own.
My father never made me work. I liked to work during summers. I don’t understand these teenagers who sit home watching television all day. Where’s their appetite for competition? Working was in my genes.
He was a strong, strict father, a no-nonsense kind of guy, but he didn’t hit me. It wasn’t what he’d ever say to us, either. He ruled by demeanor, not the sword. And he never scared or intimidated me.
Take one environment and it will work completely differently on different children. Our family environment, the competitiveness, was a negative for Fred. It wasn’t easy for him being cast in a very tough environment, and I think it played havoc on him.
[Pauses] Nobody has ever asked me that. But his death affected everything that has come after it…. I think constantly that I never really gave him thanks for it. He was the first Trump boy out there, and I subconsciously watched his moves.
I saw people really taking advantage of Fred and the lesson I learned was always to keep up my guard one hundred percent, whereas he didn’t. He didn’t feel that there was really reason for that, which is a fatal mistake in life. People are too trusting. I’m a veryuntrusting guy. I study people all the time, automatically; it’s my way of life, for better or worse.
I am very skeptical about people; that’s self-preservation at work. I believe that, unfortunately, people are out for themselves. At this point, it’s to many people’s advantage to like me. Would the phone stop ringing, would these people kissing ass disappear if things were not going well?
Japan gets almost seventy percent of its oil from the Persian Gulf, relies on ships led back home by our destroyers, battleships, helicopters, frog men. Then the Japanese sail home, where they give the oil to fuel their factories so that they can knock the hell out of General Motors, Chrysler and Ford. Their openly screwing us is a disgrace. Why aren’t theypaying us? The Japanese cajole us, they bow to us, they tell us how great we are and then they pick our pockets. We’re losing hundreds of billions of dollars a year while they laugh at our stupidity.
I have great respect for the Japanese people and list many of them as great friends. But, hey, if you want to open up a business in Japan, good luck. It’s virtually impossible. But the Japanese can buy our buildings, our Wall Street firms, and there’s virtually nothing to stop them. In fact, bidding on a building in New York is an act of futility, because the Japanese will pay more than it’s worth just to screw us. They want to own Manhattan.
When a man or woman cold-bloodedly murders, he or she should pay. It sets an example. Nobody can make the argument that the death penalty isn’t a deterrent. Either it will be brought back swiftly or our society will rot away. It is rotting away.
It was not long after the Korean plane was shot down over Russia. There I am up in my plane when my pilot announces, “We are now flying over the Soviet Union,” and I’m thinking to myself, What the hell am I doing here?
I told them, “Guys, you have a basic problem. Far as real estate is concerned, it’s impossible to get title to Russian land, since the government owns it all. What kind of financing are you gonna get on a building where the land is owned by the goddamned motherland?”
I was very unimpressed. Their system is a disaster. What you will see there soon is a revolution; the signs are all there with the demonstrations and picketing. Russia is out of control and the leadership knows it. That’s my problem with Gorbachev. Not a firm enough hand.
When the students poured into Tiananmen Square, the Chinese government almost blew it. Then they were vicious, they were horrible, but they put it down with strength. That shows you the power of strength. Our country is right now perceived as weak … as being spit on by the rest of the world—
I predict he will be overthrown, because he has shown extraordinary weakness. Suddenly, for the first time ever, there are coal-miner strikes and brush fires everywhere–which will all ultimately lead to a violent revolution. Yet Gorbachev is getting credit for being a wonderful leader–and we should continue giving him credit, because he’s destroying the Soviet Union. But his giving an inch is going to end up costing him and all his friends what they most cherish–their jobs.
Generally, these guys are much tougher and smarter than our representatives. We have people in this country just as smart, but unfortunately, they’re not elected officials. We’re still suffering from a loss of respect that goes back to the Carter Administration, when helicopters were crashing into one another in Iran.
Tough is being mentally capable of winning battles against an opponent and doing it with a smile. Tough is winning systematically.
I don’t want the Presidency. I’m going to help a lot of people with my foundation–and for me, the grass isn’t always greener.
Well, if I ever ran for office, I’d do better as a Democrat than as a Republican–and that’s not because I’d be more liberal, because I’m conservative. But the working guy would elect me. He likes me. When I walk down the street, those cabbies start yelling out their windows.
Many things. A toughness of attitude would prevail. I’d throw a tax on every Mercedes-Benz rolling into this country and on all Japanese products, and we’d have wonderful allies again.
I think of the future, but I refuse to paint it. Anything can happen. But I often think of nuclear war.
I’ve always thought about the issue of nuclear war; it’s a very important element in my thought process. It’s the ultimate, the ultimate catastrophe, the biggest problem this world has, and nobody’s focusing on the nuts and bolts of it. It’s a little like sickness. People don’t believe they’re going to get sick until they do. Nobody wants to talk about it. I believe the greatest of all stupidities is people’s believing it will never happen, because everybody knows how destructive it will be, so nobody uses weapons. What bullshit.
On a much lower level, I would never hire anybody who thinks that way, because he has absolutely no common sense. He’s living in a world of make-believe. It’s like thinking the Titantic can’t sink. Too many countries have nuclear weapons; nobody knows where they’re all pointed, what button it takes to launch them.
He would believe very strongly in extreme military strength. He wouldn’t trust anyone. He wouldn’t trust the Russians; he wouldn’t trust our allies; he’d have a huge military arsenal, perfect it, understand it. Part of the problem is that we’re defending some of the wealthiest countries in the world for nothing…. We’re being laughed at around the world, defending Japan—
I’d do the job as well as or better than anyone else. It’s my hope that George Bush can do a great job.
I don’t want to be President. I’m one hundred percent sure. I’d change my mind only if I saw this country continue to go down the tubes.
Friday, January 28, 2022
Facebook Is Doing To The Canadian Trucker's Convoy, What They Did To The Republican Party In The Last Election, SHUTTING THEM DOWN
TECHTWATS ALSO DID THIS:
Facebook just shut down the 600 000 strong Convoy to Ottawa group.— Adel (@AdeldMeyer) January 26, 2022
You know, people who stand together, sing together, travel together and question tyranny are extremely dangerous. 😏#StandWithCanada
AND THEN THERE'S THIS:
Meanwhile, IN CANADA 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/oEiMe17nDu— Canamerish ⏳🔥🎗 (@YourBrainstem) January 26, 2022
Can somebody get this guy a Big Rig and some diesel?— Traditional Canadian Girl 🇨🇦 (@canadiangirls99) January 27, 2022
I think the Freedom Convoy 2022 has found it’s spokesman 🎙 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/USjrgM2SqH
Israel Is Now #1 In COVID Cases Per Capita, Proving All The Draconian Measures Are Utterly Worthless
According to the Times of Israel, a leading health expert in the country said that 0.6% of the population was testing positive daily for the virus — most likely the latest variant, omicron, which is highly contagious but also very mild. Prof.
Eran Segal of The Weizmann Institute said at that rate, Israel currently leads the world in per capita infection rates, even though the population is required to get the latest version of vaccines available and despite heavy quarantine and lockdown regimes. However, Segal tried to excuse the high infection rate:
But Segal noted it was likely that Israel was not truly the country with the highest infection rate. Rather, he attributed the figures to Israel being a leading country in the number of tests performed each day, relative to its population size.
Israel is followed in the highest daily cases worldwide ranking by Mongolia, Peru, Canada and Georgia.
The fact is, either you’re the number one country, per capita, in daily infections — or you’re not. And right now, Israel is No. 1, period, no matter how you look at the data.
GO READ THE WHOLE THING.
Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Jeff BeckARMS 1983
JIMMY PAGE SET
Who's to Blame? (with Paul Rodgers)
City Sirens (with Paul Rodgers)
Boogie Mama (with Paul Rodgers)
Midnight Moonlight (with Paul Rodgers)
Stairway to Heaven (Instrumental)
With a Little Help From My Friends
ENCORE WITH RONNIE LANE
Thursday, January 27, 2022
Dr. Evil Klaus Shwab just admits that our dummy for a PM is on his payroll. Are you awake yet. The Great Reset. Agenda 21 Digital ID’s making any sense to ya??? Everybody is opening up and we’re getting more govt overreach. https://t.co/hhi1fiOvLe— Theo Fleury (@TheoFleury14) January 25, 2022
Quebec Canada Bans Unvaxxed From Buying Groceries at Major Retailers Unless They Are Accompanied by a “Health Warden” Who Will Ensure They Only Buy Food and Medicine
Obviously, this is a punitive measure and has nothing to do with Health.
HOW DARE the CDC or whatever bit of the anti-American US government, not tell the public what disease it gave this woman!
How DARE they! What are they hiding exactly. What
She continued: “Well tried to pet one, I touch the [crates] and walk in poop. Then was told to [meet] police at the scene. To talk about exposure. News crew was the[re]. I thought they were [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] so I to them. End up doing interviews. Talk to police and a lady with CDC. I’m will getting a letter. I’m very low risk for I don’t know what yet.”
Scotland, Britain, Israel, and Denmark are four of the world’s most highly vaccinated countries. They all have 90 percent adult Covid vaccination rates and 60 percent adult boosters.
Yet the vast majority of deaths are occurring in vaccinated people; serious cases are soaring; and infections are almost literally off the charts.
This is Covid vaccine failure at the most profound and basic level. SCOTLAND: Covid death rates (RATES, not raw numbers) by vaccination status for the last four weeks.
Death rates in vaccinated but unboosted people have been higher than rates in the unvaccinated each week. Also, 87 percent of total deaths occurred in vaccinated people in the most recent week:
NEW - Trudeau says the "small fringe" trucker convoy on the way to Ottawa does "not represent the views of Canadians."pic.twitter.com/IBOM3ju0yR— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) January 26, 2022
Whistleblowers Reveal DoD Medical Data Showing Military Cancer Diagnoses HAVE TRIPLED Since The Rollout Of The Experimental Vaccines – Along With a 10x Increase in Neurological Disorders and a Near 5x increase in Female INFERTILITY
This scientist asks why anyone thought it was a good idea to inject mRNA into a body to have your own body make the very protein which is the problematic one in terms of the disease.