The most dangerous drug ever!?

The most dangerous drugs ever unleashed on the human population in the history of medicine is what it says, and this is the abstract in single sentences to make it easier to read. Each sentence is also a lesson to be learned in itself.

SARS-Cov-2 was manufactured in a lab and unleashed on the world by China in late 2019.

Since then the politicians and political bureaucrats have been on a crusade to have a vaccine invented and everyone jabbed.

Medical science always tries to treat any disease early.

The earlier you can find and treat a disease the better the chances of survival are.

But with this virus, the politicians and political bureaucrats ignored and vilified known early anti-viral treatments and government policy is that there be no early treatment.

Medical scientists had been trying to invent a vaccine for SARS-Cov-1 since 2003 without success.

Vaccine development normally takes several to 10 years.

But, as if by a miracle, the world seemingly had several inside a year.

But what we have are not vaccines.

They do not pass the patentable, legal or clinical definition of a vaccine in that they do nothing to prevent infection.

They are gene therapy. They are patented as gene therapy.

Calling them a vaccine is misleading and deceiving in the extreme.

It is not fully known what is in any of these drugs.

They contain genetic material encoded with genetic instructions known as the gene sequence.

We do not know what that is.

They contain ingredients that are not listed as ingredients.

There are two very serious safety issues with the drugs.

When in the body they generate a synthetic spike protein which is a toxin and in one of the lipid nano particles is grapheme oxide, a substance known to be poisonous to humans.

The spike protein was seen in 2005 as a highly malleable bioweapon.

It has been known for a long time to be a dangerous toxin.

The injections destroy a persons’ innate immune system and they have destroyed the blood and organ donation systems.

In the rush to get these drugs into people, very basic safety tests were not done.

The real world data shows that these drugs are not working.

They are not stopping infections, nor transmissibility and nor deaths.

Now governments are selling and people are falling for this crazy logic of “take a booster – because the 1st two shots did not work”

When injected, the gene sequence causes the body to generate a synthetic computer generated spike protein.

The theory is that, when exposed to the virus’ real spike protein, the body will have an immunity to that as well.

There is zero clinical evidence that is occurring.

With a destroyed natural immune system the jabbed people are now the dangerous spreaders.

They have no protection, either from the jab or their natural immune system.

Safety and efficacy were never a concern.

There became a sense of urgency to get people jabbed up with a known to be dangerous spike protein.

The number of deaths and serious side effects are staggering.

Historically when deaths reported from a drug reached 50 on the CDC VAERS database, the drug was immediately withdrawn from the market for safety reasons.

VAERS is currently sitting on 23,817 deaths and 1,519,354 adverse events.

Experts have trawled through the global adverse events and estimate global deaths to be at least 500,000 with 10 mil side effects half of those serious.

The injections of these drugs has taken the lives of half a million people and destroyed the lives of 10 million more.

The evidence clearly shows they have not saved one life.

Anyone who thinks that a drug, that is unable to recognize a virus and prevent it’s infection, but will prevent you from dying from it, is living an illusion.

Psychopath defined

Sound like anyone you know? Psychopath:

Some of the more common signs to be aware of include:

  • socially irresponsible behavior
  • disregarding or violating the rights of others
  • inability to distinguish between right and wrong
  • difficulty with showing remorse or empathy
  • tendency to lie often
  • manipulating and hurting others
  • recurring problems with the law
  • general disregard towards safety and responsibility

Of course, the more fashionable tern is Sociopath. Defined as:

  • A lack of empathy for others
  • Little to no genuine remorse
  • The manipulation of other people
  • Lying and deceit
  • A sense of superiority over others
  • Little to no regard for right or wrong
  • The belief that rules do not apply to them
  • Getting into legal trouble or a little regard for the law
  • A lack of responsibility or engaging in irresponsible behaviors
  • Aggression or hostility
  • The exploitation of other people

Sounds just the same to me. There is then this from 8 Signs You Are Arguing With An Actual Psychopath.

1. They play the victim card

2. You have to explain basic human emotions to them

3. They seem to be completely different people sometimes

4. They make excuses

5. They lie

6. They are hypocrites

7. They accuse you of feeling emotions they are provoking intentionally

8. They deny their manipulative behavior

The last one is explained this way.

They will constantly tell you they didn’t do something even if you have proof of them doing it. Ignoring evidence is something they are known for.

Plus this: The Psychopathic Personality Inventory. Here’s the list:

  • Machiavellian Egocentricity (ME): A lack of empathy and sense of detachment from others for the sake of achieving one’s own goals[4]
  • Social Potency (SOP): The ability to charm and influence others
  • Coldheartedness (C): A distinct lack of emotion, guilt, or regard for others’ feelings
  • Carefree Nonplanfulness (CN): Difficulty in planning ahead and considering the consequences of one’s actions
  • Fearlessness (F): An eagerness for risk-seeking behaviors, as well as a lack of the fear that normally goes with them
  • Blame Externalization (BE): Inability to take responsibility for one’s actions, instead blaming others or rationalizing one’s behavior
  • Impulsive Nonconformity (IN): A disregard for social norms and culturally acceptable behaviors
  • Stress Immunity (STI): A lack of typical marked reactions to traumatic or otherwise stress-inducing events[5]

And then there is this: Research Suggests Politicians are More Likely to Be Psychopaths – some, of course, more so than others.

You don’t have to be an ax-wielding murderer to possess some of the classic psychopathic traits: lack of remorse and empathy, a sense of grandiosity, superficial charm, conning and manipulative behavior and refusal to take responsibility for one’s actions. For politicians, possessing excessive charm and a calculating mind would be considered assets.

The sort of person who likes to manipulate others who fall for their false charm and respond to their manipulative behaviour.

This has all occurred to me today watching Andrew Bolt: ‘Four big reasons’ why Daniel Andrews should go. To boil it down to its essence, because Daniel Andrews is not just stupid, not just a liar, and not just an authoritarian with no social conscience, but has also been an incompetent administrator whose mismanagement of Victoria has led to a series of deaths and a massive downturn in the future prospects for the state, he should depart the scene. He won’t but he should.

Freedom who needs it?


That’s from Instapundit which is headed by these words: “ANTI-DESANTIS AD THAT READS LIKE A MOVE TO FLORIDA AD.” It’s almost impossible not to see the ad as a joke, but it’s serious, and in so many ways. Mentally deranged is closer.

Big mistakes in failing to open to the world says Australian business

Australia’s Corporations Rebel Against Government’s Draconian COVID Lockdowns is from Zero Hedge in the US reporting on a story published by the Financial Times in London. It may be in the local press, but I haven’t come across it here. Still, an important story, you would think.

In the letter – which was reported on by the FT – the signatories allege that Australia is making “big mistakes” in failing to reopen to the world. By making the lockdowns so severe (and so unceasingly long), the Australian government is putting politics before the well-being of the Australian people ahead of the federal elections that must be held by the end of May – when the Senate’s present term is slated to expire.

The companies that signed the letter “…employ almost one million Australians” and warned that lockdowns were having “long-lasting” effects on the economy. However, this shouldn’t be news to Australia’s political elite: Economists at Australia’s central bank, the RBA, already lowered their growth projections after a stronger-than-expected Q2 GDP print.

But all the incremental data seen so far suggests that Q3 could be a disaster – well that, coupled with the intensifying economic pressure from Beijing, which is trying to win a geopolitical stare-down contest with the Australian government by blocking a growing number of imports.

As for Australia’s infamous “drawbridge” border policy, the letter’s signatories insisted that the decision to close Australia’s borders was a colossal mistake. 

“The borders should have never been closed,” Graham Turner, chief executive of travel company Flight Centre, told the Financial Times. “We’re making some very big mistakes here.”

“It’s time for corporate Australia to turn its disquiet and rumblings into a roar,” said Greg O’Neill, the chief executive of Melbourne fund manager La Trobe Financial, one of the signatories to the open letter sent by the Business Council of Australia. “It is time for courage and honesty. Not politics.”

Politics is politics. But courage and honesty would be nice for a change.

Their collective grief is insurmountable

This was on the letters page at The Australian today: The Grief of Parents. It is a lament from someone who can find almost no sympathy from anyone who could actually do something. We live in the saddest of times when this is the only avenue for someone to get this message out more widely.

The Grief of Parents

I am a member of numerous support groups for parents of children and young adults who have declared a transgender identity. In all these cases the declaration of a transgender identity has come completely out of the blue, giving parents good reason to be sceptical of their child’s sudden ideation. As parents who have raised and nurtured these young people, we are being increasingly marginalised and undermined by teachers, medical professionals and now the courts.

Our scepticism and calls for caution, due to the irreversible nature of hormonal and surgical interventions, are derided by health professionals who seem to have no qualms about turning these young people against their “unsupportive” parents. Families are being torn apart with the immediate “affirmation” of a nebulous identity by clinicians.

Many parents know their children have been groomed online. Many children come from backgrounds of trauma, such as family separation, bullying or sexual assault. Many are on the autism spectrum. All that parents want is caution, exploratory therapy and a return to the medical ethos of “Do no harm”.

The mental health of these parents is overlooked. They are struggling. Their collective grief is insurmountable. Having our children taken away from us (“Court dismisses appeal in transgender teen removal case”, 29/9) is not the solution. Too many families have already been destroyed by this phenomenon.

What will it take for our health officials to heed the calls of these distressed parents?

Judith Hunter, The Junction, NSW

It’s what the people want

So that’s what they get. From here.

Aside from the Internet spying, the militarized riot police, and the detention camps, everything is fine Down Under…

PART TWO: Where were we?

Oh yes, 70 percent of Australians were agreeing “sometimes people’s freedoms need to be restricted to keep Australia safe.” Land of the unbrave, home of the unfree.

Someone asked me after the first Australia post what I meant by a democratic police state. Pretty much this. If Neil and Karen are not just not standing up for their rights but begging for kneepads, their leaders are almost duty-bound to provide them. Give the people what they want, especially when what they want is more power for me!

Welcome to the Pandemia in its purest form, no pandemic required.

Scholars have noted that anti-Semitism runs hottest in Arab countries where Jews for all intents and purposes don’t exist. Similarly, the fear of Sars-Cov-2 appears strongest in places that haven’t seen it. (The same trend is clear in the United States, by the way. The nursing home workers who have seen Covid’s real impact more closely than anyone else are the least afraid of it, at least based on their unwillingness to submit to vaccinations.)

In any case, Australia has been happy to be a modern-day hermit kingdom, with its states competing to impose the strictest Covid rules.

Want proof? Here’s proof.

And they keep making fun of us in America. At least I think it’s supposed to be satire.


What a real pandemic looks like

Train travellers in Sydney wear masks during the Spanish flu outbreak in 1919. Picture: FileTrain travellers in Sydney wear masks during the Spanish flu outbreak in 1919

Here’s the subhead for the article:

The US has reached another ‘grim milestone’ and the fearmongering that ensued is yet another example of how ignorant and hysterical we’ve become.

The article is by Adam Creighton and is titled, Why comparing Covid-19 to the Spanish flu is absurd. Ignorant and hysterical isn’t the half of it. There also seems to be a wish to be frightened which seems near universal across the left on the way to some kind of outcome that you would really have to be nuts to endorse, but there you are. This is what the real thing looked like.

John Barry’s 550-page The Great Influenza, a magnificent piece of scholarship first published in 2004, chronicles a humanitarian disaster of epic proportions, the greatest tragedy the world has seen since the plagues of the Middle Ages.

When a new influenza virus wiped out 6 per cent of a 1018-strong French army battalion, incapacitating another quarter, within days in May 1918, the world learned of the unimaginable horror in prospect.

When the British ship City of Exeter transformed into a floating morgue sailing to Philadelphia from Liverpool, a quarter of its sailors dying en route, American doctors braced for a tragedy that was about to tear through the world.

More than 50 per cent of the population of Buenos Aires died, 3 per cent of all Africa and about 17 million Indians in less than a year.

Doctors had never seen symptoms so horrific, a disease so deadly….

Unlike Covid-19, people only died from Spanish flu, never with.

“Blood was everywhere, on linens, clothes, pouring out of some men’s nostrils and even ears while other coughed it up. Many of the soldiers, boys in their teens, men in their twenties – healthy normally ruddy men – were turning blue,” Barry writes of a typical scene at US Army camps in late 1918, where soldiers assembled before heading to France.

At Camp Pike in Arkansas 13,000 of the 60,000 young men stationed there were hospitalised within days. One in 67 American soldiers – more than 50,000 – was killed by the virus within a few months, more than died in the Vietnam War.

Women inhale a zinc sulphate solution in Sydney during the Spanish flu outbreak. Picture: File
Women inhale a zinc sulphate solution in Sydney during the Spanish flu outbreak. Picture: File

The carnage was so horrific, so sudden, many couldn’t take it. Colonel Charles Hagadorn, in charge of 40,000 soldiers at Camp Grant, where thousands died, a veteran of wars in Mexico and The Philippines, committed suicide as bodies piled up around him.

In Philadelphia, the worst-hit US city, authorities sent vans around the city to collect the bodies.

Briefly met up with my wife with two of her old friends in the park today and the moment I arrived one of them put on her mask. There is no level of contempt low enough for such fools who will create misery and harm for so many others before this scam has finally run its course. This is how the article ends.

Covid-19 will also change history, thanks to the hysterical over-reaction and self-inflicted damage of measures.

It won’t cause a war but it may have destroyed our liberal democratic society.

I wish I thought that was an exaggeration but it isn’t. Only time will tell.

Daniel Andrews is the worst premier in Australian history

It’s not just that he’s stupid, and not just that he’s a thug, but that he has no ability to understand any issue and the only means he has to deal with anything is through the use of force.

Marcus Tullius Cicero quote: The wise are instructed by reason, average  minds by experience...

Or in this case the wise rule by the use of reason, the average mind rules through what has been learned through experience, the stupid rule only by the use of force since they have no understanding of any of the issues they must personally deal with.

To see ourselves as others see us

This is direct from Instapundit. Dan Andrews is as thick and dumb as they come, but you would hope that there might be others in his government who see the massive damage the Victorian Government is inflicting on the State and on Australia’s good standing among the nations of the world.

SHOCK VIDEOS: What’s happening to Australia?

The Aussie government insisted afterward that the rioters were the aggressors, even scolding them for urinating on Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance. Is that the truth or just part of the state’s PR effort to keep the balance of popular opinion on the side of lockdowns by demonizing those who resist them?

The most disturbing video circulating today has no violence in it. It’s this scene of police officers in another part of the country interrogating a man in the interest of “public safety” about whether he knows of any protests coming up. I can’t tell if that’s because they’re worried about a riot in their jurisdiction too or if they’re really willing to go this far to prevent people from congregating in public for fear that they’ll spread the virus. Australia has lost very few people to COVID thanks to their lockdown strategy, but they’ve lost other important things in the process.

“All the more reason in America to: Thank God for Rednecks.Who else could keep us from turning into Australia?

As bad as things are getting here in the States, we can’t fathom how much worse things would be without these down-home heroes. Sure, they might carry their paranoid anti-government theories a little too far. But their paranoia is far from unfounded, and even if they sometimes over-react, they keep America from falling into the opposite extreme: creeping tyranny, Aussie style. You can’t boil a frogs if he flips out every time you reach for the knob.

Like them, I’d prefer the burdens of liberty to a warm, sterile despotism. And that seems like an old-fashioned, all-American instinct to me. I can’t see Davey Crockett “sheltering in place” because the Department of Public Health asked him to. I can’t see Teddy Roosevelt triple-masking. I can’t see Johnny Cash stanning Dr. Fauci.

So, my apologies to those anti-maskers in Virginia. I rushed to judge you last summer, and that was wrong.  May you continue to resist any whiff of conformism with righteous fury. May you give no quarter to the elite “consensus” of elite “institutions.” And may you never stop being pissed off. It just might save this republic.

“Except for certain quarters: College campuses are becoming insane COVID-19 security dystopias.”