Vaccination: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

Sometimes when I have conversations with people about their long-range plans they talk about what they intend to do “when COVID is finally over”, usually referring to this coming spring and summer. I’m a curmudgeonly pessimist about the Wuhan Coronavirus, so I often say: “I don’t think it will ever be over. COVID is here to stay.”

Many business leaders and local elected officials (if they’re not Democrats and/or Socialists) are anxiously anticipating the day when the pandemic is officially declared to be at an end. The number of “cases” is rapidly declining, so there would seem to be cause for optimism. However, bigwigs affiliated with the Permanent Government and the New World Order are not so sanguine — they keep warning us that the danger is not yet over, and we should continue to be very, very afraid. Just yesterday St. Dr. Fauci informed the faithful that they will have to wear their masks through 2022, and perhaps beyond.

The video clip below features Jens Spahn, the Minister of Health in Angela Merkel’s cabinet. In it Mr. Spahn cheerfully discusses the likelihood that additional vaccination (beyond the initial two shots for COVID-19) will most likely be required.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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Jens Spahn: The Common Cold Provides Immunity from COVID

Long-time readers will remember Jens Spahn, who serves as Minister of Health in Angela Merkel’s cabinet. Mr. Spahn is notorious for grinding his iridescent glitter-spangled high-heeled boot in the faces of lockdown-resistant citizens (see, for example, here, here, here, and here).

In the following video Mr. Spahn acknowledges what has long been reported in Corona samizdat, but has been suppressed by the mainstream media and Big Tech: If you have recently had the common cold, it is likely to make you at least temporarily immune to the Wuhan Coronavirus.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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The Lidless Eye

I spent a couple hours at the retinologist’s this afternoon, where I received the latest in a series of injections to my left eye to treat my condition (wet macular degeneration). My eye was really only “lidless” for less than a minute, but I needed a good eye-related title for this post.

Here’s how the procedure works. If you are sensitive to descriptions of unpleasant things being done to the eye, you might want to skip the rest of this post. I would have done the same thing myself eight years ago, before I went through it for the first time. But by now I’m well used to it, and take it all in stride.

When I get to my appointment, the intake technician first checks the acuity of my eyesight in each eye. Then she preps me for the scan, which today involved the full dilation of both pupils.

After that I wait in the dimly lit waiting area (now rendered socially distanced) until my eyes are suitably agog. Eventually the next technician calls me, and I get a scan of both retinas using one of the amazing machines that they have nowadays — it’s astonishing the level of detail that can be instantly obtained and ported over to a digital file. Every six months I get a full scan, which involves receiving an intravenous infusion of yellow dye. The dye immediately migrates to the retina, allowing for a more detailed analysis of the situation. As a side effect, the chemical they use colors my urine an intense fluorescent yellow, as if I had eaten a highlighter pen. It must be disconcerting for someone who comes behind me in the gents’, if I forget to flush.

Next begins the process of numbing my left eye, which is achieved through a series of drops. Just before the injection, after the doctor has done a visual check of both eyes with a bright light, the left eye is treated with a series of antiseptics, including (if I’m not mistaken) Betadine. The doctor then clamps on a little device that forces my eyelids to stay open (hence the “lidless eye”), tells me to look at him, and in goes the needle.

The moment of injection is excruciating, but it only lasts for a couple of seconds. At that point I can see an outpouring of dark fluid from the needle, like a gusher from an oil well. Then my vision goes completely dark in that eye. It takes a couple of minutes until it starts to comes back. Meanwhile the technician administers a further regimen of antisepsis, plus some drops to help the burning and stinging, which nonetheless will continue for several hours, gradually fading away.

More often than not I get what I call a “dancing bubble” afterwards. It’s a tiny bubble of air that comes into the vitreo on the point of the needle. It looks dark, and it moves around, bobbing and jigging with the movement of my eye. It’s usually gone by the next morning.

The dancing bubble is with me right now, skipping merrily above the text, as if to say, “Follow the bouncing ball!” while everybody sings along.

As a result of all this, posting may be somewhat light this evening, although I do intend to get an item or two up before the news feed, if all goes well.

Death After Vaccination in the Diepholz District

An 89-year-old woman in Lower Saxony died “with vaccine” last Wednesday.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from the Weser-Kurier, a daily that serves Bremen and Lower Saxony:

89-year-old vaccinated against Corona — an hour later, she was dead

In the Diepholz district there was a death on Wednesday a short time after a corona vaccination. An 89-year-old from the “Haus am Richtweg” retirement home in Weyhe died about an hour after receiving the first vaccination. Whether there is a connection between the vaccination and the death of the elderly woman is now being examined, said District Administrator Cord Bockhop.

The 89-year-old was among a total of 315 people who were vaccinated with the BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine on Wednesday in a total of three senior facilities in the district. Bockhop reported that the vaccination took place around 12 noon. The vaccinated persons then remained under medical observation for 15 minutes. She was reported to have “no visible symptoms typical of allergies”.

“At about 12.45 p.m. the situation arose where the 89-year-old had to be revived,” continued Bockhop.

Two paramedics and two doctors were on site to accompany the vaccination team. In addition, an ambulance and the emergency doctor were alerted immediately. Nevertheless, the 89-year-old died about half an hour later.

The district was informed immediately, so that the Competence Center for Major Damage, in the State of Lower Saxony in Celle, and the Paul Ehrlich Institute (as prescribed in such cases) were informed. The Paul Ehrlich Institute will now examine whether there is a connection between the vaccination and her death. “At the moment the only connection that is visible to us is the temporal connection,” emphasized Bockhop.

The 89-year-old was “generally fit” and “well oriented” at the time of the vaccination. She had been informed in advance and also telephoned a relative after the vaccination and reported that she had now also been vaccinated.

Due to data protection, the district cannot provide any information about previous illnesses or other health problems, Bockhop continued.

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So Here There Be Dragons! (Part IIIA)

The essay below is the third in a series by our English correspondent Seneca III. Previously: Part 1., Part 2.

So Here There Be Dragons!

by Seneca III

Part IIIA — Synthetic evolution?

Introduction: This monograph and the one that follows look at recent and potential developments in the sphere of the hard sciences. There are six sections, Medicine, genetic & bio-molecular engineering, Quantum physics and electro-neural prosthesis [Part IIIA], and Artificial intelligence, Power generation and transmission and Astronautics and spaceflight technology [Part IIIB]. Whether these developments, individually or collectively, can be defined as synthetic or just accelerated natural progression I leave to the reader to decide.

1. Medicine

The full history of medicine is a long, fascinating and far too large subject to do justice to here. It has been a slow haul until recently, but now appears to be accelerating, so I will leave it to individual readers to pursue the past if they wish. Instead, I will bring into quick focus relatively recent developments.

  • 1954. First successful kidney transplant performed.
  • 1966. First simultaneous kidney/pancreas transplant performed.
  • 1967. First successful human heart transplant and the first successful liver transplant performed.
  • 1968. First successful isolated pancreas transplant performed.
  • 1981. First successful heart-lung transplant performed…
  • …and so on until…
  • 1998. First successful adult-to-adult living donor liver transplant performed.[1]

Physicians, surgeons, microbiologists, biochemists and pharmacologists, to mention but a few, have continued to progress our knowledge and skills during and since that era and these include drugs, vaccines, bone marrow replacement (from a closely related donor), microsurgery, laser surgery & precise neurosurgery and many others. They have together extended average human life expectancy, and researchers are now on the threshold of extending that expectancy even further.

A medical researcher at Harvard Medical School, David Sinclair, has been looking deep into cellular structure and trying to determine if the biological clocks in cells can be turned back and reset, and his recent experiments on the eyes of mice suggest it might be possible to reverse aging. Follow the link for the full 6-minute video listed in the notes.[2].

If this does prove possible in humans it would not necessarily be restricted to post-natal onset blindness occurring through either natural degradation as a result of aging or by physical damage. If this process turns out to be viable it could be further extended such that it might also be possible to use this technique to initiate the regrowth/repair of diseased or malfunctioning human organs and damaged/missing extremities such as fingers, hands, arms and legs.

2. Genetic and bio-molecular engineering

The potential for both of these practices, nuclear (RNA & DNA manipulation) and, say, in proteins and their constituent amino acids, is enormous. Serious advances in genetic engineering have already been made in the case of GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms) and GMMOs (Genetically Modified Micro Organisms) in both the animal and plant kingdoms.

Ribonucleic acid (RNA) is a polymeric molecule essential in various biological roles in coding, decoding, regulation and expression of genes. RNA and DNA are nucleic acids.

Ribonucleic acid (RNA) is a linear molecule composed of four types of smaller molecules called ribonucleotide bases: adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), and uracil (U). DNA is made of chemical building blocks called nucleotides. These building blocks are made of three parts: a phosphate group, a sugar group and one of four types of nitrogen bases. To form a strand of DNA, nucleotides are linked into chains, with the phosphate and sugar groups alternating.

Proteins are macromolecules formed by amino acids, and are polymers of structural units. They are large, complex molecules that play many critical roles in the body. They do most of the work in cells and are required for the structure, function, and regulation of the body’s tissues and organs.

This is a ferritin, an iron storage protein that makes iron available for critical cellular processes while protecting lipids, DNA, and other proteins from the potentially toxic effects of iron…

…and this is a piezo protein that cells use to sense touch.

Amino acids are small organic molecules that consist of an alpha (central) carbon atom linked to an amino group, a carboxyl group, a hydrogen atom, and a variable component called a side chain, A total of 20 different amino acids exist in proteins and hundreds to thousands of these amino acids are attached to each other in long chains to form a protein.

Furthermore, we are now able to observe atoms within molecules within cells, including in human cells. Writing in Nature, Yip and Nakane[3] report the sharpest images yet obtained by using a method termed single-particle cryo-EM (sub-zero Electron Microscopy), enabling the location of individual atoms in a protein to be determined for the first time. Breakthroughs reported by other groups have also produced notable improvements in the resolution of cryo-EM images. Ultimately, these developments will help researchers gain a better understanding, at unprecedented resolution, of how proteins work in health and disease, with the potential to aid the design of better therapeutics and perhaps even humans.

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Eyeless in Gaza

Actually, I still have both my eyes, and I’m not in Gaza. I just needed an eye-related title for this post.

I paid a visit to the retinal specialist this afternoon for a periodic injection to my left eye to treat my condition (wet macular degeneration). As a consequence, I’m dragging my feet a little bit this evening. However, there will be a news feed, and possibly another post or two.

I don’t have to go back for the next injection until two months from now, thank the Lord.

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Also: Starting tomorrow, a gaggle of family members will be descending on Schloss Bodissey. Posting may be light on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and possibly Boxing Day as well. I’ll keep up with comment moderation to the best of my ability.

Joyeux Noël!

Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi: The Side Effects of the Genetic Vaccine

Professor Doctor Sucharit Bhakdi is a German virologist and professor of microbiology. He is an ethnic Thai who was born in the USA and educated at schools in Switzerland, Egypt, and Thailand. He studied medicine at the University of Bonn. Prior to his retirement, he was a professor at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz and, from 1991 to 2012, director of the Medical Institute for Microbiology and Hygiene in Germany.

Dr. Bhakdi is 73 years old, and says he will never allow himself to be vaccinated against COVID-19. In the following video he explains about the four major risks associated with the new vaccine.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

See previous videos of Dr. Bhakdi here.

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It Was Vaccination, I Know

Professor Lothar H. Wieler is President of the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin, the national public health institute. He is a veterinarian by training. In the following video Prof. Wieler warns that people may die after being vaccinated for the Wuhan Coronavirus, but we shouldn’t jump to conclusions about those deaths.

MissPiggy, who translated the video for subtitles, includes these prefatory notes:

In this television appearance Prof. Wieler is already warning that people may die from the COVID vaccine. His statement is qualified by saying 2,500 to 2,700 people die each day in Germany, and they’re old so they might have had some other thing that made them die, and maybe it wasn’t the vaccine.

Funny how that works for the vaccine, but not for COVID-1984.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Whatever You Do, Don’t Go Against the Narrative

The following video from Bild talks about the adverse health effects of prolonged mask-wearing, especially as it concerns children. The report gains added significance from the fact that Bild subsequently removed it — evidently the paper had been notified by the Powers That Be that the video contradicted the Narrative on the Wuhan Coronavirus.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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Eyeing the Results

I’m about to head out to the retinologist’s office to get a periodic injection in my left eye to treat my condition (wet macular degeneration).

I have a lot of good stuff in the pipeline, but I didn’t have time to put together a post before leaving. So I’ll let this be a placeholder till I get back.

I know y’all are anxious to discuss the election, which seems to be morphing into the Big Cheat, as expected. The post-election ructions have already commenced, and I assume the Antifas will be out in force to make sure everyone is OK with the ordained official result — OR ELSE.

You can use this post as an open thread to leave comments about all that, or anything else in the news. When I get back I’ll moderate what has come in, before I lie down and cover my eyes to escape the dancing bubble.

See you later.

New Directive on Wearing the Corona Hijab in the Bundestag

A recent internal message from the president of the German Bundestag may reinforce the feeling that most ordinary people have of being stifled or suffocated by the loathsome Corona muzzle.

Hellequin GB has translated two articles about the news from the Bundestag. The first piece is from FOCUS Online:

Bundestag explains its irritating mask recommendation — and rows back

With the end of the parliamentary summer recess, the Bundestag will be full again. As everywhere, the Corona risk increases here, too. Bundestag President Schäuble reacts — with a message that raises questions in places.

In view of the increasing number of Corona infections, the Bundestag is increasing its security measures after the summer break. In a house message, Bundestag President Wolfgang Schäuble (CDU) urgently recommends wearing a mask in all buildings of the Bundestag from September 1st.

“This urgent recommendation applies to all people and all traffic areas such as the corridors and stairwells, lounge areas, sanitary rooms, catering areas (with the exception of the table) and the library, but also to boardrooms and meeting rooms,” the house message says.

Mask to take a deep breath “rather push it under your chin”

The in-house notification is supplemented by some information on handling, wearing time, disposal and the cleaning of mouth and nose covers. It recommends washing reusable masks at 60°C (140°F).

However, some sentences in the recommendation raise questions.

It says:

“After just 30 minutes of wearing, depending on the type of mouth and nose covering, there can be a significant increase in the CO2 level ​​in the blood, as the exhaled air may not be able to escape as easily. Constant loosening and tightening the mouth-nose covering does not make sense, however, as this increases the risk of contamination. In between, you should push it under your chin to take a deep breath, but keep it on.”

An increase in CO2 levels in the blood? The mask should be pushed under the chin?

Bundestag administration explains communication — and rows back

A spokesman for the Bundestag administration told FOCUS Online that the recommendations came from the relevant authorities such as the Robert Koch Institute. This includes that the mouth and nose cover should not be put on and taken off all the time.

“With a realistic approach, however, there is occasionally the need to ‘breathe deeply’ for a brief moment in suitable situations,” the spokesman explained the formulation in the internal communication. “On the other hand, pushing under the chin appears to be a ‘lesser evil’, even if it should be avoided as much as possible.”

The reference to the rising CO2 values ​​in the blood, however, is not based on scientific knowledge, but is intended to explain the “pushing under the chin”:

“The reference to the CO2 value serves only as a possible explanation for this need, but includes no scientific statement and in particular no claim of a health hazard.”

The Bundestag administration now wants to adjust the recommendations retrospectively.

“In order to avoid any misunderstandings, it is intended to revise the information in the annex to the internal communication,” said the spokesman.

FDP politician Theurer: “It is not without a certain bizarreness”

The recommendations met with mixed reactions from members of the Bundestag. The Deputy FDP parliamentary group leader Michael Theurer is surprised by the content of the in-house announcement.

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Outcast From Comcast, Plus an Eyeball Update

I went to the retinologist’s office this afternoon to get a periodic injection for macular degeneration in my left eye — which I was glad to receive, because the early symptoms of a flare-up had just begun to appear last weekend.

As a result, I’m only semi-functional this evening. There will, however, be a news feed, and possibly a couple of other posts, if all goes well.

As most of you know by now, my protracted summer fundraiser was made more interesting by my being cancelled by PayPal. I was forced to switch to snail mail as an alternate route for donations, which necessitated the exchange of a lot of emails with people who needed the snail-mail address to use.

In the process of all that correspondence, it emerged that most of my emails to Comcast accounts were being bounced. To the extent that I could decipher the bounce message, it seems that my mail server is listed as a spam host in their database. I experienced the same thing a few years ago with another company (Microsoft, I think), and it taught me that it can be a difficult and protracted process to get rid of a false listing as a spammer.

The problem has been further compounded by its not being 100% consistent — I think some of my emails to Comcast accounts got through.

So if you have a Comcast address and emailed me, and never heard back, that may be the reason. Please send me another message, and I’ll endeavor to reply by alternate means.

A final note on the fundraiser: there were at least five anonymous cash donations, with no name and no return address, two postmarked in Illinois, two in California, and one in Washington State (I think that’s all of them). Thank you all very much — you know who you are, but I don’t.

Dr. Bhakdi on the Dangers of Masks and the Risks of the COVID-19 Vaccine

Professor Doctor Sucharit Bhakdi is a German virologist and professor of microbiology. He is an ethnic Thai who was born in the USA and educated at schools in Switzerland, Egypt, and Thailand. He studied medicine at the University of Bonn. He is the former head of the Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene in Germany.

Dr. Bhakdi is 73 years old, and says he will never allow himself to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Below are two videos featuring Dr. Bhakdi. The first is a brief clip in which the doctor examines the possible legal consequences for those German public officials who issue mandatory mask orders.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

The second video is a 20-minute interview with Dr. Bhakdi. Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

Video transcript #1:

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Forced Corona-Testing of Schoolchildren

I reported last week on a school in Germany in which fourth-graders were forced to undergo coronavirus testing without the knowledge or permission of their parents.

The video below from Aurich TV is a follow-up to its earlier report. It includes an audio interview with the mother of one of the children who were tested.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

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