Dr. Peter McCullough's Stunning Talk and More
In one corner of the ring, we have courage. In the opposite corner of the ring, mainstream journalism.
This story is yet another collection of striking and moving things. Also ironic things. And as it usually goes, in my head I am writing a couple of long-form essays but the news shows up, and here we go.
First off, here is a phenomenal talk by Dr. Peter McCullough.
The talk is about an hour long and worth every minute.
What I see is a conscientious human being who has achieved great mainstream prominence in the field medicine, who loves his patients, who has been working tirelessly treating COVID patients—and who somewhere along the way was faced with the crazy realization that things were no longer “normal” from any standpoint: be it public health, individual health, doctor / patient relationship, or the actions of the regulatory agencies.
Thus, in his talk, Dr. McCullough concludes: "We are in a free fall of a lawless state."
The illustration below is from Dr. McCullough’s presentation. It addresses the production of spike proteins.
What Dr. McCullough refers to is the following: In the advertised scenario for the product, the product was supposed to tell the cells close to the injection site to produce the spikes, with the “production line” limited to the injection site—and so the body would make antibodies, and hooray. However, it has since been discovered (or perhaps revealed) that the “production line” was not limited to the injection site at all, that the “factory” could run amok forcing the cells all over to body to grow spikes—which, in turn, were discovered (or perhaps revealed) to be dangerously toxic in their own right—and that it was impossible to predict or control the location or the amount of spikes grown. As a result, different people’s bodies reacted to the product differently, producing a wide range of responses and an overall large amount of short-term adverse events (with long-term effects still unknown).
So that’s the context for the technical slide below.
And here is the quote that goes with the slide: "By itself it's a deadly protein. It's a deadly protein It's the first time in human medicine where we are injecting the vaccines and asking the human body to make a potentially lethal protein."
Another phenomenal work. It is an essay by Charles Eisenstein called, “The Rehearsal is Over.” It is breathtakingly good and extremely appropriate for the moment.
One might say, “Oh isn’t it interesting that you are recommending a story by Charles Eisenstein right after he recommended a story of yours?” And perhaps it is interesting but I guess this is how synergy showed its face. The story is perfect. And that’s the dialogue (or monologue) I had with myself a year ago when I was pondering whether I should go public with my pandemic views, and ended up writing my first pandemic story (here it is with music).
And I have been thinking about this ever since from the standpoint of refusing to self-betray. I wrote a story about it some months ago called, “The Great Self-Betrayal and the Great Reset.”)
What I am trying to say is that Charles Eisenstein’s story is very special.
#3. The “newspaper of [dubious] record” was caught exaggerating child COVID hospitalizations by 837,000 cases.
To quote Yahoo! News,
In an article published by New York Times reporter Apoorva Mandavilli on Wednesday, Times readers were told that “nearly 900,000 children have been hospitalized with COVID-19 since the pandemic began.”
A correction issued on Thursday notes that the correct number is 63,000 between August 2020 and October 2021, which means Mandavilli exaggerated the number of child hospitalizations by 837,000 cases. Approximately 500 American children have eventually died from the disease. The exaggeration was included in a report on the debate surrounding whether and how to vaccinate children.
This one is fascinating reporting by Citizen Journalists in Northern Ireland. The story is about their investigation into what they found to be a completely baseless—but none the less media-amplified—tweet by Emma Keelan who had tweeted that her hospital was full of young unv-d COVID patients on ventilators, who were regretting their medical choices.
According to the investigation, however, about every aspect of that tweet was false—which did not prevent the BBC from, in the words of Citizen Journalists, “amplifying the misinformation.”
This investigation is a good addition to the horse series.
According to WAFB, in Baton Rouge, LA, they are offering to potentially expunge criminal records in exchange for getting a you-know-what.
Sounds legal to me.
And finally, a blast from the past. A 2003 article published in Australian news and called, “Farce mask: it's safe for only 20 minutes,” talks about how it’s uncool and un-Australian to exaggerate the benefits of masks or to profiteer from anxiety.
Given the state of Australia right now, I don’t quite have the good words to add to this.