Saturday, June 08, 2024

Due to circumstances I'm too tired to post anything except

that 7th eve stuff, so go below the fold

My, how... modern-version liberal of her

“Even if we were to have a resounding blue wave come through, as many of us would like, putting it all back together again after we’ve gone through this MAGA nightmare and re-educating basically, which that sounds like a rather, a re-education camp,” Collins said.

“I don’t think we really wanna call it that,” she told voters on the call. “I’m sure we can find another way to phrase it.”

I find it really interesting she's not saying 'Trump nightmare' or 'Trump being defeated'.
"However, she doubled-down on the need to re-educate “MAGA” supporters in a statement to Fox News.

“We currently have lawmakers, including Rep. Elise Stefanik, who mis-quote or mis-understand the law,” she told the outlet. “Even if MAGA were to be resoundingly defeated, we would need to engage in widespread civics education, which both red and blue voters acknowledge has been slipping in recent years.”
Apparently the 'make America great again' idea really bothers her.

Our Dept. of 'Justice' at work:

"The Department of Justice has indicted Dr. Eithan Haim, a little-known surgeon who exposed Texas Children’s Hospital for secretly conducting transgender surgeries and treatments on minors, on four felony counts related to his alleged violation of a medical-records law.

Last year, Haim anonymously leaked evidence of the child sex-change procedures to conservative journalist Christopher Rufo. The documents revealed that Texas Children’s Hospital had continued running its transgender program, despite announcing that the program had been discontinued in accordance with Governor Greg Abbott’s 2022 directive equating such medical interventions with child abuse.
Assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Texas Tina Ansari, whose office is leading the criminal investigation, argues Haim had no right to share the medical records of minor patients with the public.

However, she neglected to mention that the documents disclosed were not patient charts, were redacted to protect sensitive patient information, and complied with HIPAA, which permits anonymized information to be disclosed generally, and even protected information can be publicized if it’s used to stop egregious medical misconduct."

Most of the media won't talk about it because the bad guys

are of a protected species.
"There is a pattern to the way these things tend to unfold: first, most media outlets and senior elected officials urge everyone to withhold judgment before we jump to any conclusions about what has happened. Then—when we discover that Islamists are responsible—the focus of the conversation immediately shifts to the “far right,” the xenophobes, the angry, racist mob.

The danger is not the people who did the killing, but the people who might be provoked by the killing—their specter of violence a bigger threat than the violence itself.

Or the victims themselves are transformed into the instigators of the violence perpetrated against them: Wasn’t Michael St├╝rzenberger, the blogger who was stabbed in Mannheim, an “extremist”? Weren’t the 12 staffers of Charlie Hebdo who were murdered in their Paris office in 2015 racist?"

That does seem to be the standard response when they can't avoid the fact that the motivation was "We are ordered to kill unbelievers."

In Sweden the gangs are using a lot of hand grenades, too.  And outside of Sweden there's little written of it, because Muslim gangs.

Friday, June 07, 2024

6th of the week, so

Hm. If this is true, here's another reason for that verdict to be thrown out

Because, at the least, can you say 'jury rigging'?*

*Which is nothing to surprise anyone in this case

Well, I have a response to the Admiral:

Kiss my ass.
'McRaven did not hesitate: “Just a show of faith…. Stay away from our institutions. You know every time you undermine the judicial system, every time you undermine one of our institutions, you undermine America…. So, to say this was not a fair trial undermines the most important institution that we have and that’s our judicial system. So this is really a plea for civility and I hope folks on the left and the right will listen and read the op-ed and try to be, again, try to rise above this.” 

As I recall, one of the very important things about the Constitution was recognizing that free people both can and should criticize the institutions of government when people think they've screwed up.  So yes, Admiral, you can take your advice and shove it.  And you can kiss my ass.

Thursday, June 06, 2024

Wednesday, June 05, 2024

"Researchers said the figure included deaths from Covid-19, but also the “indirect effects of the health strategies

to address the virus spread and infection”.

They warned that side effects linked to the Covid vaccine had included ischaemic stroke, acute coronary syndrome and brain haemorrhage, cardiovascular diseases, coagulation, haemorrhages, gastrointestinal events and blood clotting."

And yes, there's a lot more.

And this, which I can't copy from, a Japanese official apologizing for both damages caused by the vaccines and the suppression of treatments such as ivermectin.

This post will probably have someone calling me a conspiracy nut again.  As if I cared.

Speaking of the oozing sore on humanity's ass known as Fauci,

He and a bunch of other people have so much to answer for...
THE Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) monitored 2,000 pregnant women for adverse reactions post covid vaccination rollout, but have refused a Freedom of Information request to release the data. They admitted last April that they had it but cited the exemption that they planned to issue a report. They have still provided no publication date for the information recorded during the first six months of 2021.

Although birth rates had dropped before the covid pandemic and before covid vaccination, there is evidence that the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein can damage the ovaries and testes but made no statistical difference to the birthrate. It was only nine months after vaccinations were offered to pregnant women that a decline began to show.
(me: No SHIT?)
Government began pushing experimental covid vaccines to pregnant women before any of the jab manufacturers had completed reproduction toxicology reports or started trials in pregnant women. Thousands of women could be infertile thanks to these injections, while thousands have reported that they suffered miscarriages and stillbirths because of them.
Yes, some of this is hearsay; when government agencies are making excuses to NOT release information, can you say 'suspicious'?

Read it all, I'd suggest

Have I mentioned how much I despise Fauci?


I wonder what it would take to make Fauci lose his ideological bullshit?  Maybe losing that sweet pension for criminal acts like (at the least) perjury, multiple counts?

One day embedding links worked again,

and then it was Bloggered-up again.  So yes, I'm just pasting the text of the links for now.

Tuesday, June 04, 2024

Why yes, it does, because tyrant wannabes like Fauci

 tend to look jealously at the control the PRC has over people

Over in Britain,

"We can't do something to praise Britain for helping stop slavery, we want Britain considered Evil(because anything else will upset the BLM types)!"
Would make one hell of a movie, except Hollywood wouldn't touch it either.

A study may have been pulled because of political pressure?

Considering all the crap that's happened, why would that be a surprise?
"The study generated a lot of publicity due to its implications for immune suppression and cancers arising from repeat exposure to Covid infections and vaccination. The authors’ findings have since been confirmed in other peer-reviewed scientific studies, but in the highly-politicised environment at the time, they were new and controversial.

The study was then swiftly retracted under strange circumstances, with the lead author requesting the retraction of his own paper. Stranger still, the same editor who approved the paper for publication then did a 180 and approved its retraction. Some speculated that Jiang had been pressured to request the retraction in a politically-motivated effort to bury evidence of Covid vaccine harms.

Now, one of the authors of the study alleges that this was indeed the case."
I don't have time to read the entire piece right now, but the start is real interesting, and I don't want to lose it, so there's the link.

Monday, June 03, 2024

Guy who shoots two cops turns out to be an illegal alien,

suspect in other crimes, and with an illegal gun.  In NYeffingCity.  Why am I not surprised?

Yeah, there's enough TDS out there that they'd want him murdered in jail.  And I think they'd delight in the shitstorm that happened after because "It shows how the insurrectionists and Trumpists behave!" or something.  The level of stupid out there is incredible.

Jury selection has started in the Hunter Biden trial for a firearms offense that would've had an average someone in prison a long time ago.  Assuming the feds bothered to investigate or prosecute it.

The other day AP had a story about how terrible it is that he's being pursued for being a Biden, and how hard this will be on Pres. Gropey, and how terrible it is that the plea bargain was thrown out last year, etc.  With no mention that the part of the bargain that got it thrown out was "If he does this he cannot be prosecuted on any other charges."  Somehow that escaped their attention.  Amazingly.  I'll include the link in case you want to get further pissed at the media.

"House Speaker vows to retaliate", etc.  Tell you what, guy: when you actually DO IT, I'll believe it.  Until then you're just one more noisy politician who won't do a damn thing.

Well, that's a new-to-me boomstick: IWI Carmel

Ambidextrous controls, folding stock(can fire with it folded), side charging, looks interesting

Sunday, June 02, 2024

At headline at Yahoo 'News', 'Trump criticisms of justice system may help autocrats'...

 Hell, who do they think is using it now?

Corrupt, lying bastards at the NIH, Update

Fauci was the lead, and I wonder how much Collins was involved in this?
"New data from the National Institutes of Health reveals the agency and its scientists collected $710 million in royalties during the pandemic, from late 2021 through 2023. These are payments made by private companies, like pharmaceuticals, to license medical innovations from government scientists.

Almost all that cash — $690 million — went to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID), the subagency led by Dr. Anthony Fauci, and 260 of its scientists.

Information about this vast private royalty complex is tightly held by NIH. My organization,, was forced to sue to uncover the royalties paid from September 2009 to October 2021, which amounted to $325 million over 56,000 transactions.
Payments skyrocketed during the pandemic era: those years saw more than double the amount of cash flow to NIH from the private sector, compared to the prior twelve combined. All told, it’s $1.036 billion.

It’s unclear if any of the Covid vaccine royalties from Pfizer and Moderna, the latter of which settled with NIH by agreeing to pay $400 million, is even included in these new numbers. NIH isn’t saying."

Fauci needs that "I am the Science" attitude folded to eight corners and shoved up his ass.  'Disgusting' doesn't even begin to cover this.

Update: it seems that quoting from news articles involving unpleasant activities by the NIH makes me, still, a conspiracy nut.  At least according to this Anonymous.  At least he's consisten.

And the forecast went from

30% chance of showers to 60% chance of thunderstorms and a severe storm watch...

You like food? Like cooking?

You should watch this.  My son told me about the man, and I could lose track of time watching his videos

But the good, such as the probe, is somewhat balanced out by the racist bastards

who lie and try to hide it.
Hiring and admissions decisions, he wrote in his message last week, are "based on merit," not race, "in a process consistent with state and federal law."

But Dubinett himself directs a center within the medical school, the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, that houses a race-based fellowship experts say is illegal.
Nor has it explained how the percentage of Asian matriculants shrunk by almost 50 percent since 2018, with most of the drop occurring after a new dean of admissions, Jennifer Lucero was hired in 2020. That decline coincided with a sharp increase in the number of students who come from "medically under-served" areas or identify as "disadvantaged"—indicators that admissions officials say are being used as proxies for race.
While the trends don’t provide proof of discrimination, they are consistent with the accounts of racial gerrymandering from UCLA admissions officers. Lucero has allegedly told officials that the class should reflect the "diversity" of California, where racial preferences have been illegal since 1996, and has attacked those who raise concerns about minority candidates with low test scores. She even made the entire admissions committee sit through a two-hour presentation on Native American history after a Native American applicant was rejected, three sources said.

Etc. ad Bullshit.  Short version: "If you have a problem with less-qualified people being admitted because of their race, you're a racist!"

Sometimes the future isn't stupid

Mission engineers were confident NASA’s OSIRIS-APEX (Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification – Apophis Explorer) spacecraft could weather its closest ever pass of the Sun on January 2, 2024. Their models had predicted that, despite traveling 25 million miles closer to the heat of the Sun than it was originally designed to, OSIRIS-APEX and its components would remain safe.

The mission team confirmed that the spacecraft indeed had come out of the experience unscathed after downloading stored telemetry data in mid-March. The team also tested OSIRIS-APEX’s instruments in early April, once the spacecraft was far enough from the Sun to return to normal operations. Between December 2023 and March, OSIRIS-APEX was inactive, with only limited telemetry data available to the team on Earth.