Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Where do they go?

"The Collapse of Trust in Public Health" (Tucker):

"People undertook enormous personal sacrifices to comply, at great personal expense. The economic costs were huge but so were the psychological and social costs. The result was an epidemic in loneliness and a rise in deaths of despair.

How did it work? A new study in Nature by four epidemiologists looked at the experience of 87 countries with a variety of policies, some loose and some extreme in strigency. They sought to correlate state-at-home orders with virus control. The results: they were unable to do so. The relationship does not exist, which is to say that it is consistent with randomness. The policy was worse than useless." 
"Greg Hunt and the Spectacular AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine" (Viable Opposition):
"Oddly, it has become increasingly apparent that The Cult of COVID has it both ways; if you get ill or die after you get vaccinated with one of the COVID-19 vaccines then it isn't related to the administration of the vaccine but if you die within 28 or more days of receiving a positive test for COVID-19 then the cause of death was COVID."
"Texas Leads to Freedom" (Shamir).  Mostly on how to deal with the Davos Men, particularly by Russia.

"How Israel is Shaping Biden’s Iran Policy" (Sheikh). No surprise, considering the (((nature))) of the Khabinet.

Tweet (Max Blumenthal):
"The Biden admin rehabilitates Jamie Fly, a Project for a New American Century neocon who has spent years advocating a military assault on Iran, massive hikes in the war budget, and censorship of online alternative media."
"‘Where do Palestinians go for accountability?’ AP asks a dozen times as State Dep’t flounders" (Weiss).  Matt Lee, all by himself, continues his good work.

"Yemen war a quagmire for Saudi Arabia" (Bhadrakumar).  "Ansarullah: Our Ballistic Missiles a Nightmare for Saudi Regime".

"Is Eric Swalwell The Answer To Trump’s Prayers?" (Turley).

Twitter/Kafka:  "Suspended From Twitter... Radio Silence" (Lavinski).  Note
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