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Feb 4, 2022Liked by James Lyons-Weiler

Knocked this one out of the park! Thanks!

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Feb 4, 2022Liked by James Lyons-Weiler

Seriously!

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James, your usual excellence -- but never less important, insightful, or attention-keeping because of that.

Once upon a time, we called such an unholy unity of the state, the media, the medical industry, and the entertainment industry as "totalitarian corporatism." We understood that fascism cannot exist without or independent of totalitarian corporatism. But like risk-benefit analysis for medical and public health decisions, which now also seems abandoned, some basic history lessons are likewise by the wayside.

We have a minor conversation (in terms of people, not topics) related to the present one in the comment section over here: https://americanexile.substack.com/p/in-support-of-michelle-rabin-phd If anyone wishes to join that discussion, you would be most welcome. Regardless of whether you are kindly disposed to my take on things or not.

James, thank you as always.

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There is hope. as many good movements are happening. The ICC as agreed to review the case filed in Britain. naming 16 defendents with fauci and both gates (B&M as the top 2 criminals in genocide under Nueremburg 2.0 Just as start but it is progress.

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Michelle Rabin is catching all kinds of flak for even suggesting some connection. Worth checking out her post, and -- if I may -- letting her know she is not an isolated "fringe" whatever. https://michellerabinphd.substack.com/p/the-era-of-the-big-lies

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Feb 4, 2022Liked by James Lyons-Weiler

Currently within the first 100 pages of Kennedy's book, having read Markson and Breggin recently.

I am taking all of this into account and coupling with with the context or arguments on social media with someone who works in IT at a hospital in AR. Having never known about studies re: IVM in 2020, he was quick to make fun of people seeking IVM as a treatment in 2021. His proof? "Doctors here know what they're doing."

Perfectly fine with towing the line of "stay home and wait to get worse," he is one of many people who, with some college or professional designation, equates the pedigree of his education and career with the pedigree of coronavirus knowledge.

If he did his day-to-day job with the same rigor of how he's come to understand the history of coronavirus treatment, he'd be fired.

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It's the distance between expectation and satisfaction that defines disappointment. Add in personal harm, and disappointment turns into activism.

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I was talking to a brilliant MD/PhD about candidates for a research position in the lab. A couple of them had majored in "public health." His take: People major in public health when they can't handle real majors-- the challenging ones.

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Even the history that y'all follow is broken. One such case, smallpox.

https://viroliegy.com/2022/02/03/edward-jenners-smallpox-paper-1798/

It's not just virology that is done virtually yet claimed to be real and repeatable, quantum theory has the same kind of bs magic:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcSIkt24P3WzN1n07l2C97Q

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James, you are a much more polite person than I am, especially with people not only attacking your professional acumen, but impugning your character.

I hope we as a nation can cleanup our government and boards without a revolution, but the depths of the intellectual dishonesty at every level seem to be pointing at a cataclysmic global correction as the only way forward.

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i suggest creating a draft of those desired laws to spread, much the way ALEC shares pre-written legislation.

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EXCELLENT.

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You are a hero, thank you for your service

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Para 3 starts of with an incomplete sentence - and leaves confusion.

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Must end. But when the narrative supporting team is in power, they will do everything in their power to prevent any change.

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Feb 4, 2022Liked by James Lyons-Weiler

name another time in history when doctors' first obligation was to the State. oh right, Nazi Germany. doctors love a captive patient population on which to experiment.

what surprises me is arts organizations acting as enforcement arms of the State. Artists are generally the rebels, the revolutionaries, the people who see through things, see things differently.

i spent 35 years working in the arts in NY, making costumes for Broadway shows, major dance companies and the Met Opera. i couldn't get in the door now. the Met voluntarily decided to require boosters before the FDA and CDC approved them. WTF? since when does a theater voluntarily turn away paying customers because they haven't had a flu shot?

down here in the free South, i've worked seasonally for an international arts festival for 40 years in a key position and i've been cast out without so much as a letter of regret. their policy for admission is even more draconian then NYC's but we are in a place where restaurants and stores are open to all and where other theaters are dropping completely or at least loosening up their entry requirements. sure, people in NY and CA might be used to showing papers to see a movie but here, we are accustomed to freedom. i predict that only the most diehard fans will tolerate this; others will find alternate venues for entertainment.

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Feb 4, 2022Liked by James Lyons-Weiler

For more about this kind of thing, as well as regulatory capture in general, I can't recommend strongly enough Malcolm Kendrick's 2014 book Doctoring Data. The suppression tactics are not new, and in some ways go back to Gallileo. Being a cholesterol skeptic, Dr. Kendrick has experienced a lot of this firsthand.

Also, the book is very funny! You feel like he's telling it to you over a pint at the pub.

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Hi James, I know it's a Friday but have a look at this correlation in increased mortality rates (in non-Covid deaths) as the booster programme begins.

https://nakedemperor.substack.com/p/update-correlation-between-increased

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Great article.

Paragraph 3 is missing some words in its first 2 sentences, though.

I think it should read: "It’s not as though there is no evidence countering the official narrative. When such evidence is presented, it is summarily ignored."

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Your list should include Asymptomatic Transmission

and Masks.

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Unfortunately asymptomatic transmission is real with covid.

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FALSE

dr Alexander Zinn, physician and vaccination victim.

"Anyone who claims that asymptomatic sick people infect other people should also be given educational leave: 'If we accept 'symptomless diseases' as a medical definition, our healthcare system will quickly reach its limits." Finally, there is a dig at the address of virologists and epidemiologists: "Should a virologist or an epidemiologist continue to claim that Sars-CoV-2 is a new virus against which there is no immunity after finally having Sars-CoV-2 with a If antibodies against Sars-CoV-1 are detected, his teaching position would have to be withdrawn."

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