Are We in a Model New Pandemic?

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In some areas of the world, together with Florida, the place I reside, life has been pretty regular for nearly a full yr.  Eating places opened final April, and other people have flocked right here from out of state and even from different international locations to benefit from the recent air and open companies.  This clearly doesn’t profit the globalists’ agenda, so, proper on cue, fearmongering is ramping up one other notch. The most recent worry du jour is a “double-mutation” of SARS-CoV-2, mentioned to focus on youthful folks.

April 5, 2021, the New York Submit1 reported the “double mutant” COVID-19 pressure has been detected in California — a state that has skilled a few of the longest and most restrictive pandemic measures within the U.S. On the time of that report, one case of the variant had been confirmed by a Stanford laboratory. Seven suspected circumstances have been nonetheless being screened.

Concern Du Jour: Vaccine-Evading Variants

The double-mutation virus allegedly has two mutations beforehand present in two separate variants, which “assist it latch onto cells,” the New York Submit writes.2 What they need you to worry now’s that this new variant could also be extra immune to vaccine antibodies. Youthful folks may additionally be extra vulnerable to it.3

Based on the Observer,4 “COVID-19 variants might beat vaccines inside a yr if pharma coverage doesn’t change.” In different phrases, they declare that until sufficiently excessive numbers of the worldwide inhabitants are vaccinated inside 9 to 12 months, the virus would possibly mutate to evade first-generation vaccines, rendering them ineffective.

Oklahoma has additionally confirmed the presence of variants — one that originally emerged within the U.Ok., and one other that emerged in Brazil. Based on The Oklahoman,5 “The quicker folks can get vaccinated, the slower the virus will unfold and fewer folks will likely be uncovered to variant strains of the virus, mentioned Dr. Dale Bratzler, the College of Oklahoma’s chief COVID officer.”

In different phrases, they’re placing everybody’s toes to the fireplace. Hurry, hurry. Get the vaccine now. Should you wait, it’s going to be your fault that the vaccine fails and everybody dies. CNN6 additionally warns that, until People “double down on security measures till extra persons are vaccinated,” extra contagious variants will unfold like wildfire.

Based on CNN, the variant often known as B.1.1.7 “is altering the pandemic’s playbook and will spell bother for youthful teams that have not but been vaccinated.”

‘We’re in a Model-New Pandemic’

Dr. Peter Hotez went as far as to state that B.1.1.7 ought to be considered a “brand-new virus” that’s “appearing in another way from something we have seen earlier than.”7 This “we’re in a brand-new pandemic” narrative can also be being parroted by Michael Osterholm, director of the Heart for Infectious Illness Analysis and Coverage on the College of Minnesota.8 Osterholm, nevertheless, claims that present vaccines are, actually, efficient towards the B.1.1.7 variant.

Based on Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, clusters of constructive circumstances amongst younger folks have been “linked to participation in youth sports activities and extracurricular actions.” In consequence, the CDC is now suggesting that such actions ought to be restricted, CNN studies.9

Should you’ve acquired the creeping suspicion that we’re about to face one other spherical of lockdowns across the U.S., your spidey senses are most likely working simply high-quality. In a current interview, Osterholm mentioned:10

“There isn’t a rustic on this planet proper now that has seen a giant enhance of this B117 that’s not locking down. We’re the exception. And so the underside line message from all of those international locations is, ‘we couldn’t management this virus till we did lock down.’

Now we have to do a greater job of serving to the general public perceive that that is brief time period. All we’re attempting to do is get by way of this surge of circumstances which might be going to happen over the subsequent six to eight to 10 weeks due to this B117 variant.”

The place, oh the place, have we heard that earlier than? “It’s going to be a short-term lockdown, simply a few weeks to flatten the curve and guarantee a functioning hospital system.” Proper. These short-term measures ended up lasting many months in lots of locations, though hospitals have been at no danger of being overrun.

We now have a yr’s-worth of knowledge exhibiting that lockdowns simply do not work. They trigger way more hurt than good. But they’re attempting to promote us the identical non-solution utilizing the identical justification as soon as extra. Because the outdated saying goes, “Idiot me as soon as, disgrace on you. Idiot me twice, disgrace on me.”

Dissenting Is Now Home Terrorism

The issue we now face is that logical considering is being vilified. Based on pediatrician and California state senator Dr. Richard Pan, individuals who criticize the COVID-19 vaccine should be labeled as home terrorists. In an opinion piece in The Washington Submit, he writes:11

“Vaccines don’t cease viruses. Vaccinations do. This frequent public well being saying means a vaccine does no good if we are able to’t get it into folks’s arms … however the general purpose of vaccinating a big majority of the U.S. inhabitants could in the end be hampered by the anti-vaccine motion until steps are taken to restrict its impression …

[T]o poison public opinion towards vaccinations, might lead to numerous American deaths. That’s akin to home terrorism … Some anti-vaccine leaders’ monetary well-being is dependent upon endangering everybody else’s well being and security. Social media firms shouldn’t be complicit on this harmful motion … Getting vaccinated is a patriotic act. So is talking as much as assist public well being efforts.”

With that manipulative and hostile diatribe towards law-abiding residents, Pan secures a lead function within the medical fascism directorate that’s spreading quicker than the virus.

He even stresses that native and public well being officers, not politicians, ought to be relied upon to guide us to security. In different phrases, he’s selling iatrarchy — that means authorities by physicians — which as Robert F. Kennedy Jr. factors out has been catastrophic in each occasion that it’s been tried. In his foreword to my new e book, “The Truth About COVID-19,” Kennedy notes:

“The medical occupation has not confirmed itself an lively defender of democratic establishments or civil rights. Nearly each physician in Germany took lead roles within the Third Reich’s mission to eradicate psychological defectives, homosexuals, handicapped residents and Jews.

So many lots of of German physicians participated in Hitler’s worst atrocities — together with managing mass homicide and unspeakable experiments on the demise camps — that the allies needed to stage separate “Medical Trials” at Nuremberg. Not a single distinguished German physician or medical affiliation raised their voice in opposition to those initiatives.

So it’s unsurprising that, as a substitute of demanding blue-ribbon security science and inspiring sincere, open and accountable debate on the science, the badly compromised and newly empowered authorities well being officers charged with managing the COVID-19 pandemic response collaborated with mainstream and social media to close down dialogue on key public well being and civil rights questions.”

Warfare on ‘Disinformation’ Is Actually Warfare on Dissent

Having a frank and open dialogue about execs and cons, dangers and advantages of vaccination or some other pandemic measure is extra prone to lead to optimum public well being than shoving only one aspect of the argument down everybody’s throat. However optimum public well being is just not what the technocratic, globalist elite are after. Their finish purpose is to control the lots into obedience in order that they’ll purchase much more of their property.

As famous by Ash Staub in his article12 “The Warfare on Disinformation Is a Warfare on Dissent,” the phrases “disinformation” and “misinformation” are merely used “to excuse incompetence and punish opposition.” He offers numerous examples proving that “theories or details that don’t match the official narrative, regardless of being true, are handled as misinformation or disinformation.”

I might add that that is notably true relating to well being data, seeing the way it’s nearly not possible to discover a single treatment or technique that works 100% for each single individual. There are not any absolute truths in drugs. All of it relies upon. Many particular person elements come into play. Staub continues:

“Whereas misinformation merely refers to inaccurate or deceptive data, the label of disinformation implies an intent to deceive. Each have served because the supply of a lot consternation and hand-wringing from media figures and politicians alike …

Whereas our incapacity as a society to agree on fundamental details is definitely an issue, what ought to be self-evident is that misinformation and disinformation naturally abound when there’s little or no belief in sense-making establishments.

If the data sources which might be deemed ‘authoritative’ are so typically mistaken or deceptive, and encourage little public confidence, is it any marvel that individuals flip to alternate options? Misinformation and disinformation are pure penalties of our public establishments’ inconsistency and incompetence.”

Most People Assume Authorities Officers Are Mendacity

Based on Staub, 69% of People “imagine their authorities deliberately lies to them,” and 61% “imagine the information media intentionally ignores sure tales or data.” These are record-low charges of confidence, and authorities and media would do nicely to take discover of the truth that censorship solely erodes belief, it doesn’t construct it.

The truth that they flip to censorship slightly than attempting to be extra forthright suggests they’re actually mendacity and haven’t any intention of stopping. Since they refuse to inform the reality, the one choice they’ve is to silence counter-narratives within the hope that, over time, objections will die out for lack of assist.

The issue is, reality has an enchantment of its personal, and so, in what seems to be a determined effort to keep up management, “disinformation” is now being referred to as out as “harmful,” certainly a type of “home terrorism,” as a result of if folks take heed to “dangerous” data, they could make selections that may hurt them.

Mainly, they’re saying that you just’re too silly to assume for your self. You’ll purchase no matter you’re offered, no questions requested, and they also need to be sure you’re uncovered solely to data that may profit you. Everybody on the planet should be insulted by censoring, as a result of, in the end, it’s an indication that authorities and media have zero belief in your capacity to make selections for your self.

“Simply final month, former NSA common counsel Glenn Gerstell called for an ‘built-in disinformation heart throughout the federal authorities’ that may make use of ‘counterterrorism’ ways to fight disinformation.

It’s not precisely clear what these counterterrorism ways would entail, however the concept establishments that so typically deceive the general public ought to be capable to determine what’s and what’s not ‘disinformation,’ with the assistance of a surveillance equipment designed to fight terrorism, is really unnerving,” Staub writes.

“When the one acceptable data is that authorised by the ruling administration, there will be no significant examine on state energy. Consent for the institution agenda can simply be manufactured, and opposition can merely be deemed ‘disinformation’ and handled as ‘harmful,’ deserving of censorship and elimination. With a silenced opposition, energy can due to this fact be exercised with impunity.”

Understanding the Plan Robs Their Energy

In a nutshell, authoritarians are taking excessive steps to regulate the general public discourse as a result of they know we don’t belief them. What’s extra, in addition they notice that if folks perceive the grand plan, their energy over the folks will likely be stripped away. The general public can solely be managed so long as we don’t perceive what they’re attempting to perform.

So, what are they attempting to perform? As detailed in lots of earlier articles, it boils right down to the worldwide implementation of a brand new financial system primarily based on technocratic ideology, that may so radically rework and dehumanize society that they merely can not “promote” it with honesty. The overwhelming majority could be horrified and refuse to associate with it.

Their solely choice is to sneak it in below the guise of one thing else. Proper now, that one thing else is the so-called COVID-19 pandemic. Below the pretext of public well being security, we’re advised we’d like censorship, lockdowns, social distancing, mask wearing, new home terrorism legal guidelines and vaccine passports.

We’d like none of these issues with a purpose to optimize public well being. These issues, nevertheless, are obligatory for the swift and easeful implementation of the Nice Reset.

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Supreme Court docket Justice Speaks Out Towards Censorship

For sure, with out Huge Tech monopolies aiding and abetting, the present stage of censorship merely couldn’t happen. The excellent news is, we could slowly be inching towards an answer. As famous by The Federalist,13 “Supreme Court docket Justice Clarence Thomas supplied a roadmap to eliminating rampant social media censorship from on-line monopolies on Monday.”

They’re referring to an April 5, 2021, ruling14 for writ of certiorari on the case of President Joe Biden v. Knight First Modification Institute at Columbia College, wherein Thomas weighed in on the flexibility of social media giants to regulate free speech. The Federalist explains:15

“Thomas concurred in an opinion to ship the case again to the U.S. Court docket of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit with directions to dismiss as moot, now that Biden is within the White Home.

The case, launched in August, questions whether or not the First Modification strips authorities officers of their capacity to dam third-party accounts on Twitter if the private account is used to conduct official enterprise. The decrease court docket dominated Trump violated the First Modification when blocking customers on the platform, which served as a public discussion board.”

Nonetheless, whereas then-President Trump was discovered to have violated free speech rights by blocking sure Twitter followers, Twitter confronted no repercussions when it deleted Trump’s account in its entirety, thereby violating the First Modification rights of 89 million folks, which is the variety of followers he had when the account was taken down. As famous by Thomas:16

“It appears slightly odd to say that one thing is a authorities discussion board when a non-public firm has unrestricted authority to put off it. The disparity between Twitter’s management and Mr. Trump’s management is stark, to say the least.”

Immunity With out Corresponding Duty 

Thomas highlights the monopoly energy of Huge Tech, stressing that when an organization has unilateral management over a public discussion board, it ceases to be a public discussion board. The answer, then, is likely to be to show them into public utilities, which aren’t allowed to discriminate towards any buyer.

“Right now’s digital platforms present avenues for traditionally unprecedented quantities of speech, together with speech by authorities actors. Additionally unprecedented, nevertheless, is the concentrated management of a lot speech within the palms of some personal events,” Thomas writes.

“We’ll quickly haven’t any selection however to handle how our authorized doctrines apply to extremely concentrated, privately owned data infrastructure resembling digital platforms … It adjustments nothing that these platforms will not be the only real means for distributing speech or data.

An individual at all times might select to keep away from the toll bridge or practice and as a substitute swim the Charles River or hike the Oregon Path. However in assessing whether or not an organization workout routines substantial market energy, what issues is whether or not the alternate options are comparable. For a lot of of right now’s digital platforms, nothing is.

If the analogy between frequent carriers and digital platforms is appropriate, then a solution could come up for dissatisfied platform customers who would recognize not being blocked: legal guidelines that limit the platform’s proper to exclude.

When a platform’s unilateral management is lowered, a authorities official’s account begins to higher resemble a ‘government-controlled spac[e]’ … This evaluation could assist clarify the Second Circuit’s instinct that a part of Mr. Trump’s Twitter account was a public discussion board.

However that instinct has issues. First, if market energy is a predicate for frequent carriers (as some students counsel), nothing within the document evaluates Twitter’s market energy. Second, and extra problematic, neither the Second Circuit nor respondents have recognized any regulation that restricts Twitter from eradicating an account that may in any other case be a ‘government-controlled house.’

Even when digital platforms will not be shut sufficient to frequent carriers, legislatures would possibly nonetheless be capable to deal with digital platforms like locations of public lodging … ‘[I]t stands to motive that if Congress could demand that phone firms function as frequent carriers, it might probably ask the identical of’ digital platforms. Turner, 512 U. S., at 684 (opinion of O’Connor, J.).

That’s very true as a result of the house constraints on digital platforms are virtually nonexistent (in contrast to on cable firms), so a regulation proscribing a digital platform’s proper to exclude won’t appreciably impede the platform from talking …

But Congress doesn’t seem to have handed these sorts of rules. On the contrary, it has given digital platforms ‘immunity from sure forms of fits’ … with respect to content material they distribute, 47 U. S. C. §230, but it surely has not imposed corresponding obligations, like nondiscrimination, that may matter right here.

None of this evaluation means, nevertheless, that the First Modification is irrelevant till a legislature imposes frequent service or public lodging restrictions — solely that the principal means for regulating digital platforms is thru these strategies.”

Thomas Confirms Illegality of Authorities-Sponsored Censorship

Thomas makes one other essential level in his assertion. He factors out that whereas personal entities are “not ordinarily constrained by the First Modification,” they’re certainly so constrained “if the federal government coerces or induces it to take motion the federal government itself wouldn’t be permitted to do, resembling censor expression of a lawful viewpoint.”

In different phrases, a non-public firm has the appropriate to determine what the sorts of speech it should enable and which it won’t, BUT, if authorities officers demand that they censor an in any other case lawful viewpoint on their behalf, then that firm is accountable for having violated the First Modification.

That is pertinent proper now, as elected officers are getting ever extra belligerent of their calls for that social media platforms censor sure sorts of speech, resembling “anti-vaccine” materials. As detailed in “Free Speech Threatened by Censorship Extremists,” what they’re doing is unlawful, but they’re doing it anyway. As famous by Thomas:

“The federal government can not accomplish by way of threats of antagonistic authorities motion what the Structure prohibits it from doing instantly … Below this doctrine, plaintiffs may need colorable claims towards a digital platform if it took antagonistic motion towards them in response to authorities threats.”