A Mixed Bag of News: The Mask + Pilot Collapse + Autopsy Showing Death from Injection + Prince Charles and More
A collection of news.
This story is a collection of news. It’s mostly disgusting news but I am very elated about the cancellation of the travel mask mandate, even though the haters of joy will appeal.
#1. The Mask.
As much as the great resetters are moving straight ahead with their thing—in zigzags—the cancellation of the travel mask mandate makes me feel good in a way that words can’t describe, like a mountain has fallen of my shoulders, like I am suddenly protected from at least one variety of abuse. And yes, it may get reverted a million times over (and probably will because the great resetters are moving straight ahead) but in the immediate, it’s feels like… freedom?
#2. Hesitant doctors.
Levels of vaccine hesitancy among physicians may be higher than expected, with 1 in 10 primary care doctors not believing that vaccines are safe, according to a new survey.
Among 625 physicians, 10.1% did not agree that vaccines were safe; 9.3% did not agree that vaccines were effective; and 8.3% did not agree that they were important, Timothy Callaghan, PhD, of Texas A&M School of Public Health in College Station, and colleagues reported online in Vaccine.
The high proportion of hesitancy among primary care doctors "was certainly a surprise for us," Callaghan told MedPage Today. "We thought it might be a very small proportion of physicians who hold hesitancy about vaccines given that we have lots of evidence of the safety and effectiveness of vaccines. However, once we dug into the data, we found that concerns about vaccines in general were far more widespread in the physician population than we might have expected."
Confidence in vaccines among physicians was still higher than in the general public, as were rates of COVID-19 vaccination, with only 5.2% still unvaccinated at the end of the survey in May 2021. But high levels of vaccine uptake among doctors could have more to do with employer regulations or perceived risks of their workplace environment.
#3. A heartbreaking story with hope for justice.
Again, I usually don’t like sending stories of gloom but justice is in order! Whether the poor safety profile of this product is a result of negligence, a conspiracy, or greed, or all of the above, it’s awful for anyone to lose a loved one to a medical procedure that they had been promised was safe and effective (and mandatory)!
#4. A pilot collapsed minutes after the plane landed in Dallas. Luckily he survived.
Captain Bob Snow, an airline pilot who was forced to take an injection to keep his job, passed out a few minutes after landing in Dallas. He coded, had to receive three shocks, and he believes he might not be able to fly again. He is not happy about having had to take the injection! From what I hear anecdotally, incidents of this nature with pilots have become unusually common. Such things happened in the past, rarely, but from what I hear, now it happens very often. (More detail)
#5. It is not known if the girl had the injection. But there are too many stories like that. It’s not normal for kids to be having heart problems all over the place!
#6 Good business though!
#7. AZ CEO said in 2020 that not everybody can be vaccinated (Project Veritas, strangely on YouTube).
#8. There have been a number of studies, as well as anecdotal data, about COVID injections messing with innate immunity (possibly due to how the injections were programmed to make sure that natural defenses don’t destroy foreign synthetic mRNA on entry). Here is another study, for whatever it’s worth.
#9. A must-read by Winter Oak.
Jonathan Zachreson @JZachresonMore great opposition testimony from @TracyBethHoeg, who has used a calculated and politically free approach in analyzing Covid mitigations. She, like others, has been proven correct, even though some of her scientific opinions countered the narrative at one time. https://t.co/38fEM4p98e
I know I shared it before but it feels right to end the story on a philosophical note. It’s the only science fiction piece I’ve written in my life (I think). I did not mean it as an instruction manual!
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