Psychology of vaxxers. They are accepting the state into their body, becoming one with the government

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2021 Oct 22, 3:04pm   186,651 views  1,251 comments

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Maybe the battle is between those who unfairly benefit from credentialism, and those who don't.

Liberals defend their credentials which allow them to exploit those who don't have the same credentials. Credentials create monopolies, the ability to set high prices regardless of quality of service. It is a way to defeat free market competition.

The funding of universities depends entirely on the demand for their degrees, which they control. Their biggest horror would be a system where anyone could take tests to prove competence in a subject without paying for the years of classes and subjecting themselves to obedience to professors.

Thatcher and Trump refused to give the automatic respect many academics feel is their due. They gave the impression that they could see right through us, an uncomfortable feeling.
- Thomas Frank

Most of academia is less about learning than about paying for a paper proof of status and conformity. Non-conformists are expelled from schools, or failed out. Most teachers do not like their authority to be questioned. Bosses like the academic proof of conformity when they hire. The most "educated" are the most obedient.

Trump was a threat to their credentials and therefore a threat to their incomes and status.

The academic elite need a reason to hate those threatening themselves, therefore they use imaginary "racism", to which there is no defense. The accusation is the conviction.

Then they don't need to worry about the real class problem, which is independent of race. They would be uncomfortable looking at class, because they'd have to look at themselves and their unearned class privileges.

So their faith in the injection is faith in the "expert class" of which they are members, and they demand that the hoi polloi submit to it as an expression of the elite's power and prestige.

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852   Patrick   2023 Sep 20, 12:59pm  


During the lockdowns I was absolutely gobsmacked by how thoroughly so many of my friends fell for the psyop and succumbed to the mass psychosis.

I suppose I shouldn’t have been surprised. After all, most of them are quite convinced that carbon dioxide is a pressing threat to the survival of the human species, one which photovoltaic panels, wind turbines, and lithium-ion batteries will save us from; that race is a social construct; that the pay gap between men and women is real; and that a woman is whoever uses she/her pronouns.

Still, in this case, it all just seemed too obvious to me that the entire thing was a put-up job, a hysterical collective nervous breakdown cultivated by an unholy alliance of politicians greedy for power and pharmaceutical behemoths greedy for cash. I mean, we had the Diamond Princess results in March of 2020.

These aren’t stupid people, by any means. I’m talking PhD scientists, computer programmers, engineers. In terms of raw cognitive grunt this is a group with serious horsepower. So despite the fact that they’d largely swallowed every other mandatory absurdity in the prevailing culture, I retained a naive expectation that they’d eventually come to their senses and realize that COVID’s dangers were exaggerated.

No such luck. Most of them still haven’t comes to their senses. Even several months ago masks remained a common sight in professional settings, and of course, the majoity dutifully, even enthusiastically, lined up for their untested gene therapy injections. Which, as so many predicted before the rollout, have done absolutely nothing to protect anyone from the Coof of Doom, and have generally proved to be far more trouble than they’re worth what with all the myocarditis. Many of them got sick from the shots. That didn’t stop them from getting more. ...

“Smart people do this thing, so if you want to be smart you should do it too!” is in practice a highly effective argument for manipulating the behaviour of people who identify as smart. ...

The propaganda in favour of vaccination has been absolutely relentless for a couple of decades, now. The party line has been that any skepticism at all towards not just vaccination as a concept, but even the product safety of any specific vaccine, is a marker for anti-science obscurantism. ...

“Vaccine hesistancy” will get you branded a kook, in other words, and laughed at for being stupid. Smart people don’t like getting laughed at for being stupid. It is extremely important to them that they be thought of as smart people by other smart people, because being smart is central to their identities. ...

Notably, it is precisely the opposite ends of those traits which are strongly selected for in our academic institutions, probably more intensely than they select for intellect: low Openness, high Conscientiousness, high Agreeability, and high Neuroticism are all strongly preferred. That combination of traits tends to produce an intellectual community that values conformity far more than it values truth. When the majority of the world’s intelligent people are acculturated into a system that prioritizes obedience over veracity, looking at what the smart fraction do might not be a great guide to actually smart behaviour. In fact, it may be the precise opposite.
861   Patrick   2023 Oct 1, 2:24pm  


Unfazed by data, scientific research, or common sense, the maskaholics are back. In response to an uptick in Covid cases, they’ve begun reinstating mask mandates. So far, it’s just a few places—a college in Atlanta, a Hollywood studio, two hospitals in Syracuse—but the mainstream media and their favorite “experts” are working hard to scare the rest of us into masking up yet again.

Never mind that at least 97 percent of Americans have Covid antibodies in their blood as a result of infection, vaccination, or both. Never mind that actual experts—the ones who studied the scientific literature before 2020 and drew up plans for a pandemic—advised against masking the public. Never mind that their advice has been further bolstered during the pandemic by randomized clinical trials and rigorous observational studies failing to find an effect of masks and mask mandates. Scientific evidence cannot overcome the maskaholics’ faith.

It’s tempting to compare them with the villagers in Cambodia who erected scarecrows in front of their huts to ward off the coronavirus—but that’s not fair to the villagers. Their Ting Mong, as the magic scarecrows are called, at least didn’t hurt any of their neighbors. The mask mandates imposed harms on the public that were well known before Covid, which was why occupational-safety regulations limited workers’ mask usage. Dozens of studies had demonstrated “Mask-Induced Exhaustion Syndrome,” whose symptoms include an increase of carbon dioxide in the blood, difficulty breathing, dizziness, drowsiness, headache, and diminished ability to concentrate and think. It was no surprise during the pandemic when adverse effects of masks were reported in a study of health-care workers in New York City. More than 70 percent of the workers said that prolonged mask-wearing gave them headaches, and nearly a quarter blamed it for “impaired cognition.”

And the impaired cognition from wearing masks keeps the maskers from seeing how stupid masks are. This is meme-worthy:

862   HeadSet   2023 Oct 1, 6:53pm  

Patrick says

97 percent of Americans have Covid antibodies in their blood as a result of infection, vaccination, or both.

Vaccination did nothing to prevent catching, carrying or spreading Covid. Immunity is strictly from previous infection.
863   Patrick   2023 Oct 1, 7:16pm  

@HeadSet There are known mechanisms whereby the vaxx makes you more likely to catch and spread Wuhan Virus, like OAS and imprinting. The the statistics seem to show that it's true - the more vaxxed you are, the more likely you are catch the virus and get seriously ill from it.
864   Ceffer   2023 Oct 1, 7:42pm  

Strange thing, when I went over to visit the acquaintance in hospice at the Palo Alto VA, they gave us masks and there were signs all over saying they were required, but very few staff or visitors were wearing them.

When we were on the ward, the nurse at the window just poo pooed it, was not wearing a mask, and said to our group could wear them if we wanted to, pure tokenism, so they all went into the pockets. She had a sign in front of the window that said that masks were required.

Basically, the mask mandate has worn out its welcome, except for those who want to be Kommie slaves, want to impose that slavery on others, or who are too benighted to understand they are useless.

I also think the Cabal is only really interested this time around in using the production of the vaccines as a money laundering vehicle. Get the bales of billions from the crooked Guv to manufacture some shit in vials then buy them for distribution, then pump up the profits of the stock portfolios of the politicians. It's bribery by another name. I doubt they even care if all the vaccines wind up in the trash or in people's arms.
865   Misc   2023 Oct 1, 7:47pm  

Patrick says

HeadSet There are known mechanisms whereby the vaxx makes you more likely to catch and spread Wuhan Virus, like OAS and imprinting. The the statistics seem to show that it's true - the more vaxxed you are, the more likely you are catch the virus and get seriously ill from it.

It could also be the more Vaxxed a person is, the more likely they are going to take the stupid test for it and report it.
866   HeadSet   2023 Oct 2, 4:12pm  

Misc says

It could also be the more Vaxxed a person is, the more likely they are going to take the stupid test for it and report it.

I think the data is collected from Covid hospitalizations.
867   Patrick   2023 Oct 3, 11:17am  


In other words, she was fine and then she suddenly and unexpectedly collapsed while being announced on the homecoming court. Despite receiving prompt emergency medical care, Bre died at the hospital the same night.

The rest of the game and the next day’s homecoming dance were canceled by the school district.

McKean was an athlete who played volleyball, softball and basketball at her school, where her father is the athletic director. No cause of death has been released, pending results of an autopsy. My money is on some kind of heart attack, what do you think?

You know, back in the old days, a tragedy like this would have caused the parents to go nuclear, testify before Congress, and form some foundation like “Justice for Bre.” But nowadays, the bereaved parents just move on, because Bre wouldn’t have wanted them to dwell on the past or something. It’s very weird.

I think the only possible explanation for the murderous indifference of her parents to the actual cause of her death is that they themselves encouraged her to inject the toxic slime. The guilt of having done that is a strong impediment to telling the truth.
869   Patrick   2023 Oct 3, 4:30pm  


My virtual German buddy Eugyppius has a fascinating Stack today on a paper showing smart people were more likely to take the mRNA jabs.

The study drew on 750,000 Swedish men who were tested for their intelligence as part of their mandatory military service. The findings are clear: “The smarter participants had higher uptake and they got vaccinated more quickly.”

But the study has one fascinating hole. It shows smart people were more likely to take the jab - but not that the smartest people were. As Eugyppius notes, the top group represented

The equivalent of an above-average university student – the kinds of people who work as doctors and lawyers. We hardly needed a study to tell us that the most enthusiastic vaccinees are to be found precisely in this population.


What the study really explains, Eugyppius argues, is why near-compulsory mRNA jabs became national policy in wealthy democracies. In those countries, this smart-not-smartest group dominates politics and most businesses (if not startups).

He draws on a 1985 paper called “Intelligence and personal influence in groups” to argue that the most intelligent people cannot argue down persuasively and so have limited influence.

Instead, people who are somewhat smarter than average, with an IQ of about 120 (I’d go slightly higher, to 125-130), dominate debate. They can understand - if not formulate - somewhat complicated ideas and still argue them in ways less intelligent people can follow. The smart-not-brilliant range also contains enough people to form powerful and reinforcing social networks. The very top definitionally does not.

As Eugyppius writes:

"Ours is therefore an IQ 120 midwit society; it could not be any other way… since our midwit rulers are cognitively better endowed than probably 90% of the whole population, it’s easy for them to overlook the rare 10% of people who are smarter than they are. Accordingly, they throw all of their opponents into the same basket of intellectual deplorables…

The ideas which dominate our world are… those ideas which appeal to people whose intelligence is above average if less-than-phenomenal, and whose other personality traits optimise their institutional influence. They have the brains of upper middle-class professionals, and they’re also much more extroverted, conscientious and conformist than the broader population." [emphasis added]

I would add that though the paper was written in 1985, the increasing feminization of the media, academia, and medicine has likely accelerated this trend. I am surprised Eugyppius did not raise this issue, given his past comments about “head girls.” Maybe E is not in the mood to cause trouble today; I apparently am. ...

Many studies have shown that male intelligence is more polarized than women’s, especially in math and science. This skew seems biologically logical given that the potential Darwinian payoff for a man who is physically or intellectually exceptional is huge. DNA analysis has found Genghis Khan’s genes are present in 16 million men.

Here’s one recent paper showing sex differences in intelligence, from those notorious sexists at Duke University’s Talent Identification Program. You will not be surprised to hear that Duke’s servers no longer host the paper. Luckily, the Wayback Machine still does.

Not to put too fine a point on it, a skewed distribution at the right tail means the geniuses are mostly men. Not all. But mostly. (There. I said it.) The results are obvious in competitive open intellectual environments like chess, where men continue to dominate despite decades of efforts to recruit women.

(This distribution does not mean men are on average smarter than women; that issue is hotly debated and irrelevant to what’s happening at the right tail in any case.)

But those geniuses, male or female, are not necessarily extroverted or conscientious, and they are manifestly non-conformist. They appear increasingly isolated. Aside from chess tables and poker tournaments, their last strongholds are Silicon Valley and in hedge funds, two arenas where competition still can still be open and fierce, at least until the winners stifle it.

In academia and medicine, the head girl style increasingly dominates, producing a black hole of consensus views and narrow debate. (The elite media has its own dynamics, but it too has become more conformist and fearful of potentially unsettling views, less willing to tolerate smart, cantankerous men.

The result is a broad scientific ossification, now visible at the highest levels.

Now we come to the mRNA Covid jabs.

At first glance, they aren’t a natural choice for head girls (or boys). They’re revolutionary, not marginal. For much of 2020 reasonable people raised reasonable objections to their development. Then - in less than a week in early November 2020 - Joe Biden won. ...

Suddenly and without much debate, any debate, really, the jabs became the consensus. (Head girls don’t like illness, either. They spend a lot of time perfecting themselves and their environments. Disease has no place. So Covid particularly unsettled them.)

But the head girls didn’t know what the Pfizer and Moderna trials weren’t telling them. They didn’t know the potential deep risks of this novel biotechnology. And they didn’t know how to ask or what to ask.

They didn’t know what they didn’t know. Very quickly - within days - they didn’t want to know. To be a head girl, of either sex, is to understand deep in one’s gut that one’s job is to answer questions, not ask them. Especially when the answers aren’t clear. Questions without clear answers are the enemy.

All of which would have been fine if the jabs had worked as promised.

Only they didn’t. And - I will repeat, again - we do not know what, if any, long-term harm repeated mRNA injections cause. How could we? We started giving people mRNA at scale less than three years ago. Time is the only variable which can’t be modeled away. As Warren Buffett said about investing:

Some things just take time. You can't produce a baby in one month by getting nine women pregnant.

But we gave these jabs to more than one billion people on the basis of a few weeks of safety data.

Now we’re stuck. Not only do we not have answers to this ongoing experiment, the smart people - not the smartest people, but the smart people - don’t even want anyone to ask questions.

Which won’t make them go away.

I think it's likely that the greater range of male IQ (more idiots and more geniuses) is a direct result of the difference between having XX and XY chromosomes.

Females get two copies of X genes which may affect intelligence, but males get only one. So very good or very bad X genes for intelligence are blurred in women by the other X chromosome, but have their full effect in men.

And if you want to get really speculative, note that Jewish identity comes from one's mother. Rabbis may have recognized that there was something from a Jewish mother which produced geniuses, but not from a Jewish father, and so defined Jewish identity as matrilineal for that reason. Just sayin.
870   richwicks   2023 Oct 3, 9:05pm  

Patrick says

My virtual German buddy Eugyppius has a fascinating Stack today on a paper showing smart people were more likely to take the mRNA jabs.

The study drew on 750,000 Swedish men who were tested for their intelligence as part of their mandatory military service. The findings are clear: “The smarter participants had higher uptake and they got vaccinated more quickly.”

I want to point out again that an IQ test just checks the ability of people to recognize patterns, usually patterns they've seen before like Fibonacci series. It's said you can't improve your IQ - YES YOU CAN, take a few of them, you'll be a "genius" in no time.

It's a test of what people pick up in the education, maybe a test of confidence, but it's not a test of true intelligence.

I actually believe that the "dumber people" recognized their education as pointless, and the people that went through to pHD's in science blew through it. I would expect the middling people were the most likely to accept the vaccine uptake, and I'm in that group, yet at the same time, I finally figured out most of my education was bullshit.
871   Ceffer   2023 Oct 3, 10:30pm  

Well, smart people try to think more efficiently, which might tend to cause trust in established authorities, and give the vax the benefit of the doubt.

It wasn't an intelligence test, but it was a gullibility test. Gullibility is not necessarily an indication of low intelligence at all times, and represents an imaginative aspect of mentation i.e. the person has the imagination to believe something can be true as a way of exploring alternative postulates. Many nominally smart people can be gullible and distracted in many ways, it may be a positive trait in some ways but as we see detrimental to fatal in others depending on conditions.

Part of it is not recognizing the face and extent of systemic evil when it is staring you down. That is so ineffable, it requires a paradigm shift in basic thinking, not necessarily intelligence.

Also there is just plain 'Spidey Sense', a tingling when some piece isn't fitting right, an odd survival instinct that some people have and other don't. My wife and her sisters, none of whom were anti vax, knew instinctively NOT to take this one. The brother who did 'died suddenly'.

I knew immediately it was a psyops because I watched the preliminary info and had the background at least analyze the information and the fakery of what they were presenting and the crisis acting, which was pretty fake on its face. Other people who SHOULD have had this expertise apparently still could not.

I laid everything out to a pretty smart friend in Santa Cruz before he was vaxxed, and he really poo pooed it, preferring to being beguiled by propaganda and said, "Well, all vaccines have some complications" and let it rest there. Now, with a son in law 'dead suddenly' at the age of 58, he sees me differently, even though I do have an education that should have swayed him.
874   Ceffer   2023 Oct 4, 4:00pm  

Putty in their hands. From 'Beyond Esoteric' Brad Olsen.


So, what is secular feudalism but an engine for producing the death and suffering from which the entities feed? What is war but an furnace of death and suffering from which they feed?
876   Patrick   2023 Oct 6, 11:00am  


People aren’t dumb. But they are very skilled at finding ways to make themselves feel better and justify their decisions - especially when those decisions, like being injected with mRNA, are irreversible.

I’ve thought a lot about this recently, as this fall’s booster campaign has sputtered. Most people have rejected the idea of more mRNA. They’ve have had Covid after getting the shots, showing them firsthand that the vaccines don’t work particularly well, or they’ve had unpleasant (and sometimes serious) side effects, or both.

Yet most people are not pushing back on the new campaigns or complaining about the way the authorities and media now pretend that they never claimed the vaccines would prevent Covid. They are content simply to ignore the pressure. They haven’t entirely forgotten - many people are even more cynical about drug companies and health bureaucracies than they were in 2020 - but they’ve moved on.

And as long as the vaccines don’t have provably terrible side effects going forward, they are unlikely to look back.

This is why it is so important to continue documenting and publicizing the provably terrible side effects and deaths.
877   Patrick   2023 Oct 7, 7:46pm  



The truly terrible thing about all of this is how the bad actors are COUNTING ON US all moving on and not paying attention to the rising death toll all around us that they deliberately caused. It makes me sick, that they are such evil people, and also that human nature being what it is, they're getting away with it.

I want them held accountable.


I have to believe that there were a significant number of people who had bad side effects from the shot, but kept that info to themselves because they were on record supporting the shots and it would have been embarrassing to have to admit they had any negative effects or they just didn’t want to be called “anti-vax” or whatever.


This is excellent Alex, right on point! …It is beyond frustrating that no one has been held accountable for the lies and deceit-lockdowns, social distancing, you won’t get COVID if you get the jab, you can’t transmit if it you get the jab, where COVID came from, masking( I still have friends and relatives who are adamant about wearing a mask if you are even feeling symptoms)…

And no one talks about the early deaths that are happening everywhere.

And very few people with any kind of influence or national audience will address this.


Brilliant take on the psychological damage done over the past three years. You mention that there has been no push back against the vaccine rollout this autumn. To whom are we supposed to push back? We can get on Twitter and tweet-whine but there is no more organized protest. The legacy media has abandoned their responsibility to speak truth to power. Our leaders have been exposed as corrupt.

As a kid growing up in the 70's I always believed that if I discovered malfeasance or corruption all I needed was the courage to bring my discoveries to the press and the truth would be told. All that has changed. There is no place to tell the truth anymore, other than places like Substack and then the truth is being shared with other, like-minded people. The truth is malleable. We are living in terrifying times


Only fools choose to forget. It is imperative that we make noise about what happened, what the government said and did, so no matter how hard they try to forget they cannot hide from the truth. If the facts of what happened are allowed to be buried it will one day happen again. Never forget.


I am like Barbara. I fell for everything they told me initially. In spring of 2021, I eagerly took the first two shots. Eight weeks after the second one, I had a mild case of shingles, but I didn't connect it with the shots at the time. Then a friend's grandmother, who'd been vaccinated in December 2020, died of Covid in July 2021. And more breakthrough cases were happening.

The shots were not delivering what the government had promised, and I became skeptical. I bought Alex's Pandemia books as they came out. I started following the FLCCC. I put together a "COVID medical kit" to be prepared when the virus caught up with my family. When I tried to obtain Ivermectin before a two-month work assignment in Italy, my doctor wouldn't prescribe it. When I finally found a Teledoc to prescribe it, my regular pharmacist wouldn't fill it. My suspicions rose even further. The condescending "you are not a horse" campaign was in full force at the time. As a southerner, I felt insulted by the use of "Stop it, y'all."

When I returned from Italy in November 2021, I got COVID after a trip to Disneyworld. I've had worse flus. But after that, I had better immunity than the shots ever gave me, and the CDC was still telling me I needed to get a booster. This did not make any sense.

I stopped believing the government, and started believing my own common sense and the good science I was hearing from sources the government was censoring. And I began doing my best to talk sense into other people, too. Asking common-sense questions. Dropping little nuggets of information that they never hear from the main stream media.

If I had known in January 2021 what I know now, I would never have gotten those COVID shots. My faith in both the pharmaceutical companies and our government regulatory agencies has disappeared. I will never take another vaccination of any kind.

Now I know that God designed our amazing bodies to be able to deal with infectious agents of all kinds. There are many things I can do to optimize my immune system--like getting my Vitamin D levels up above 50ng/ml. I am healthy and enjoying life, free of the fear my government programmed into me. I am determined not to be manipulated by my government again.
878   Patrick   2023 Oct 9, 2:26pm  


💉 Finally, I present to you without (much) comment this weekend’s hilarious Seattle Times headline:

Suckers! And — hahahahahaha — they even used the weasel word “probably!” It’s probably working! Hahaha! Oh my gosh it’s so funny it hurts! Hahahahahaha! Somebody make it stop!

Whew. Thanks for that moment of levity, Seattle Times. Booster up!

Seriously, how many people have become so deluded they are now convinced a shot that makes them feel worse is actually good for them? Up means down, right means wrong, bad means good. It never changes with these people.

Me, I’ll pass. Hard pass.
879   Patrick   2023 Oct 9, 7:43pm  


Invisible threats

Both the SARS-CoV-2 virus and carbon dioxide (CO2) are invisible agents, which are blamed for the 2020 global pandemic and climate change respectively. Their mechanisms of action cannot be directly observed by ordinary people. German sociologist Ulrich Beck was prompted by the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster to explore the societal impact of the many anonymous and invisible threats of global scope resulting from modernity. He argued that, in what he called a ‘risk society’, people had become radically dependent on specialised scientific knowledge to define what was and what was not dangerous [2]. Today, as members of the public, we are instructed to ‘trust the experts’ who tell us that these invisible agents are responsible for untold damages to human health and the Earth’s climate. We willingly consume the cartoon depictions of a malicious SARS-CoV-2 virus, and images of chimneys belching particulates as truthful illustrations of these invisible deadly enemies. ...

The Covid lockdowns gave us a taste of how easily people can be terrified into relinquishing those things that are most precious to humanity – bodily autonomy, contact with family and friends, access to places we love, and the opportunity to share our gifts and serve our communities face-to-face.

Recognising the many parallels between Covid and climate change, we need to ask: Have we learnt our lesson? Are our eyes now open? Or will we fall for the fear-porn again?

A lot of people, maybe even the majority, still do not realize that they are being hoodwinked by fear-porn in both cases.
881   Patrick   2023 Oct 15, 2:10pm  


💉 The tragi-comedy among the healthcare harlots continued unfolding this week. It’s hard to know whether to laugh or cry. (But I laughed.) Here’s how it started: Canadian anthropologist, family physician, Ottawa school board trustee, and woke feminist Dr. Nili Kaplan-Myrth, MD, PhD, is not feeling well. Here she is, pictured in the Ottawa Citizen this year:

I want to, but I won’t say anything about her appearance, since that seems to trigger some people but — mask alert! And, the telltale eyes. Okay, I’m stopping.

On Friday, Dr. Nili tweeted her extreme vexation about getting covid again — the second time this month!

It was non-maskers’ fault. Dr. Nili was promptly and mercilessly mocked by shameless social media trolls since she is a delusional maskaholic — and still got covid twice in one month. So woke Australian doctor Claire Taylor, MBChB, BSc, a former neuroscientist who now runs a long covid clinic, sprang to Dr. Nili’s defense, and tweeted this in support:

So first, we learned that Dr. Claire, her son, and her doctor friends are all getting covid about every five weeks. If that weren’t bad enough, Dr. Claire — using Science! — has concluded it is now possible to be infected, not just frequently, but even by more than one covid variant at a time. Double covid. Triple covid. Quadruple covid. There’s really no upper limit. Covid doesn’t even wait for the last infection to end anymore.

Because there’s nothing else like covid out there. It’s unique. Apparently the human immune system is completely useless against it.

After starting that thought, Dr. Claire then wrote a 25-post thread about it, adding seven more postscripts. Last word freak.

Anyway, if you’re wondering whether the highly-credentialed ladies have considered jabbing as a possibility, the answer is both yes and no. Both doctors engaged in hand-to-hand social media combat with rude people suggesting their immune systems were destroyed by the jabs. Both doctors completely rejected the notion, because “safe and effective.” Dr. Claire claimed that unjabbed people are also getting covid all the time — but they just aren’t testing themselves like the morally praiseworthy jabbed people are.

Trust me when I tell you there is a lot of material in Dr. Claire’s 32-post thread and in the 486 responses. Since I’m short on time, go ahead and browse it for yourself if you like. It’s gold.

882   Patrick   2023 Oct 15, 2:16pm  


💉 In possibly the best — and most under-appreciated — news this week, only 2% of Americans have taken the new-and-improved covid booster shots. Weird. Pfizer’s stock tanked on the news, briefly dropping below pre-pandemic prices.

It couldn’t have happened to a nicer criminal organization, either.

People are rightfully enjoying the schadenfreude over all those wasted tax dollars and jab vials that will soon be incinerated, but I think there’s much more to the story than that.

Lat year, 18% of eligible Americans took the boosters (for some reason). This year, the public health agencies all ran the same positive propaganda, with the CDC’s Glorious Leader Mandy whatshername bravely going on TV and getting the latest, greatest booster shot ( or a realistic-looking facsimile thereof).

Two percent is nothing. It’s probably down to just the public health crowd and medical fetishists now.

I have two observations. Despite constant pro-jab propaganda, Americans finally seem to be wising up to the abject failure of mRNA technology. That in turn suggests that anti-jab messaging from independent sources like C&C is getting through the public-health noise. It also suggests that a lot of people probably have personal experience with bad jab outcomes now.

Did you notice that even medical-fetishizing healthcare professionals like Dr. Nili and Dr. Claire are pushing masks — not boosters?

Second, and more significantly, the wall-to-wall public health booster propaganda failed. Some believe this demonstrates the total collapse of “trust” in public health, and that may well be true. But note the difference this year: they aren’t using — because they can’t use — fear and censorship this time.

But at this point, the only tools public health has left that work are fear and censorship. And it’s not even close those would work at this point. Great job, public health experts.
886   Patrick   2023 Oct 18, 2:05pm  


Demand for mRNA Covid jabs has plunged. Americans have moved on from the virus.

But not every American.

Today we walk with Maggie Gordon on her quest to keep her Covid virginity intact.

Maggie seems nice, in a liberal white lady kinda way. She majored in women’s studies and graduated from Syracuse University in 2008. She is married. She writes for the “Houston Landing,” a local nonprofit journalism site.

And Maggie hates Covid.

Does she ever.

As Maggie explained in a column in Houston Landing Monday about the new booster, to avoid getting Sars-Cov-2 in 2020, she “reconfigured” her wedding, and she and her new husband “skipped holidays with our families in the Northeast to say safe.”

So when Pfizer and Moderna gave us the miracle of mRNA, Maggie was ready. When she couldn’t find a vaccine quickly in Houston, she drove “hundreds of miles” to a rural county near the Louisiana border where “they were offering shots to young, healthy adults even during what was supposed to be a phased release.”

Look, when you need a hit of that sweet mRNA, you do what you gotta do. ...

She rolled up her sleeve and took the shot, either her fourth or more likely fifth shot. (Let’s all take a moment to recall Covid jabs have never been tested past three doses in large or even medium-sized placebo-controlled clinical trials for healthy adults. We have no idea what their long-term effects might be.)

Then the story gets hinky. For Maggie admits the side effects from all her previous shots were brutal:

Every dose of the vaccines has hit me hard. I remember trying to peel myself out of bed after the second shot in April, 2021, knowing I had hours of work ahead of me at my home office, even if it hurt to blink. The fall 2021 booster hit me like a ton of bricks, as it wrapped itself in third-trimester fatigue.

Sounds worse than Covid for a healthy thirty-something woman. But Maggie wouldn’t know. As far as she knows, she has never had Covid, making her the last person in in America who has dodged Sars-Cov-2.

The vaccines must work after all!

Though work is relative. Sure enough, last Wednesday’s jab again laid Maggie low:

[I was] miserable on Thursday. I felt so dizzy and hot when I awoke in the morning to send our toddler off to day care that I had to lay down halfway through putting on her shoes. I went back to bed, where I cursed not being able to roll over onto my left side, due to pain at the shot site…

Am I the only one who suspects Maggie would be far better off dealing with the Omicron runny nose and sore throat than this misery? Especially since no matter how many shots she takes, sooner or later she will get Omicron. And then get it again.

Alas, she’ll have to learn that lesson herself.

Seems more and more that the only people who still fear Covid are those who’ve never had it.
890   Patrick   2023 Oct 19, 9:50am  


I was greeted this morning by a Tweet reminding me of the pure vitriol, contempt, and threats of reprisal for the “unvaccinated” those who made the wise choice of declining COVID-19 vaccination. Remember the novel vaccines were originally Pfizer, Moderna, and Janssen. All were genetic with no data on how long the genetic code would stay in the body, how long the lethal Spike protein would be produced, and with no assurances that the vaccine would protect against severe outcomes including hospitalization and death. The real victims of vaccine propaganda were those who rolled up their sleeves.


I responded with a perspective from clinical practice: “Everyday without prejudice or malice I take care of vaccinated with neuropathy, blood clots, heart damage and help families cope with vaccine cardiac arrest. I don’t blame them for their unhinged, hateful propaganda—they are the ones sick and dying not the unvaccinated.”

At this time there are no apologies, no requests for forgiveness from media anchors. So many people around the world were victims of an effective PSYOP engineered by the Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex and facilitated by the group psychological phenomenon of mass formation psychosis. If those spewing propaganda said they took the vaccines, we should believe them. If they are not telling us they are on their ninth shot by now, we should assume they are declining any more injections in quiet, shameful regret.

In clinical practice we are seeing new blood clots and hearing about cardiac arrests two years after the initial series of mRNA vaccines in 2021. More disease will occur in the now silent, vaccinated. Each person who propagandized and was in the mass formation themselves, evidenced by their personal vaccine card, will have to reconcile the unwise health choice of getting injected with pseudo-uridinated synthetic genetic code, loading their bodies with long-lasting viral Spike protein engineered in a Chinese biosecurity lab.

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