Monthly Archives: November 2021

Variant Propaganda

Dr Robert W Malone, an authority of sorts on vaccines, reports: While “The Guardian” is already concluding that the Nu variant originated in the unvaccinated, The Presidential Covid-19 Task Force in Botswana provides the detail that this variant was originally … Continue reading

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Risk Comparison

Interesting post from Ace. The Baris Thanksgiving Poll. There are a number of polls discussed, but the Kung flu section was the most interesting for me. The following discusses those findings but the link also has graphs that back up … Continue reading

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Hey, Wut?

Jesse Kelly asks: QUESTION: I certainly don’t want to be accused of being “anti science” or spreading “misinformation, but does anyone know why more people have died from COVID in 2021 than died in 2020 when 75% of the adult … Continue reading

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Blue-pilled Language

In some ways I wish this quip were more, um, better, but I’ve encountered at least two instances where I wanted to show this to someone, so it must be good enough. Blog it I shall. Michael Malice notes Blue-pilled … Continue reading

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Propaganda

In response to a typical snide remark on “the rabble”: It’s almost as if a constant barrage of propaganda has an effect on a poorly educated citizenry. James Lindsay notes Works better on Very Smart People who are easily manipulated, … Continue reading

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One Country After Another

Ireland: 94% of adult population vaccinated. Mandatory indoor mask mandates. Mandatory vaccine passports. COVID cases past month up by 275%. Back under partial lockdown, full lockdown could be imposed before Christmas. Keep complying. IM compares Sweden with Austria (the tweet … Continue reading

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Whitelash

Back in 2016, I posted a quote that I’ve used now and again, which was the nice way of putting this: “A big part of the reason white Americans have been willing to go along with policies that are prejudicial … Continue reading

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Masks and Medieval Peasants

I really like the way this is phrased. It’s from @BuckSexton (Twitter is apparently already working on censuring this, so no link). It’s stunning that there are still so many people walking around with cloth masks on as though it … Continue reading

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Hospitals Full of Vaccinated Patients

And it is not just Covid — it is “everything else”. Normally, I would hork much, most, or even all of an article I find from some place I’m not will be around in the future. I’ll assume that substack … Continue reading

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The Havana Syndrome

Or, as the title from Revolver phrases it, How Psychosomatic “Havana Syndrome” Backfired on The CIA and Destroyed Their Last Shred of Global Credibility. In the bad old days, diseases were strictly defined by their causes or by their symptoms. … Continue reading

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