Here’s proof-positive that US academics, however theoretically sophisticated they purport to be, and however much they know about their own subfields, know nothing about propaganda, or about how “our free press” routinely misreports and/or blacks out important news, in service to their owners, and their advertisers (and the CIA). About this COVID-19 crisis, they know only what’s been dished out by the New York Times and NPR, which is to say that they know nothing, while presuming that they’re really well-informed.
So they’re too terrified to teach in person, and outraged by the expectation that they maybe should, considering how much it costs the students, and their families, to attend the schools where those professors teach. Nearly all these very comfortable professionals are so coked-up on fear that they can’t see how wrong it is to ask those students to sink into lifelong debt to pay for what they’d get a lot more cheaply from the University of Phoenix.
Although completely addled by the fear porn that they soak up from the Times et al., and evidently thinking that their schools owe them a living even if they won’t go near a classroom, these professors see themselves as radicals. Check out this (unwittingly) hilarious passage from “Colleges Face Rising Revolt by Professors,” which the Times ran on July 3:
“Until there’s a vaccine, I’m not setting foot on campus,” said Dana Ward, 70, an emeritus professor of political studies at Pitzer College in Claremont, Calif., who teaches a class in anarchist history and thought. “Going into the classroom is like playing Russian roulette.”
Does Prof. Ward think he’s an anarchist, or does he just make a living (and no doubt a fairly handsome one) yammering about “anarchist history and thought”—which he’ll now do only via Zoom, until he can bend over for that lucrative injection, whose (rushed) manufacture has been funded by a syndicate of predatory billionaires, to make themselves still richer?
Whether that guy deems himself an anarchist or not, Emma Goldman must be spinning in her grave.
Here are the links to Parts 2 and 3 of the great joint interview with RFK, Jr. and Dr. Judy Mikovits. Please share these far and wide! (And I advise downloading them.)
Hypoxia and hypercapnia—insufficient oxygen in the tissues, and CO2 overload—are common side effects of masking even for short periods (a problem known to surgeons, and studied by medical researchers), and here we have the children in New York City, and throughout Ohio, required to mask all day this coming term.
Not only is it anti-social, and psychologically unhealthy—with cloth masks likely to increase the risk of viral and bacterial infection (as noted in a study published by the British Medical Journal in 2015)—but those side effects can only make those children poorer students, because they dull the mind. And for what? As every randomized, controlled test of face masks has made clear, they don’t prevent transmission of respiratory viruses.
This crackpot policy is as gratuitous as it is unhealthy, not just because the masks are ineffective, but because kids seem to be immune to COVID-19. Instead of just hysterically insisting that their students all be masked, those teachers who are scared to death of catching the coronavirus should, first, tune out the terroristic coverage by the media, then start boosting their immune systems, and, if they can get hold of it, take prophylactic weekly doses of HCQ, along with zinc and Vitamin D; then try to keep their heads, and do their jobs.
The piece that I sent out last night has been proscribed:
“We can’t complete this request because this link has been identified by Twitter or our partners as potentially harmful.” [Screenshot attached]
What “partners”? “Potentially harmful” to whom? And is that “potential harm” worse than the “potential harm” of that vaccine?
It’s indefensible—a crime against humanity.
Part I of an investigative piece from May, now timelier than ever.
BTW, we can thank Obama/Trump, and, of course, the FCC, for pushing this—and the New York Times/Verizon, among others.
From Gary Kohls:
Note to Anti-over-vaccination colleagues: Given the fact that 1) 5G is known to damage DNA and, given the fact that 2) vaccines are also known to cause DNA damage, shouldn’t the vaccine corporations and their supporters in the NIH, the CDC, the NIAID, etc be forced to acknowledge the high risk of synergistic DNA damage and therefore be required to do extensive testing on all categories of potential patients (7 billion, according to Bill Gates) who are going to be at risk of exposure to both toxins simultandously (5G and each of the new experimental vaccines)?
Basic medical ethics would require doing double-blind safety testing on all age, racial, pregnancy, chronic illness, etc categories that will be at risk. Discuss. GGK
Some educated questions on that huge explosion in Beirut.
From Paul Lehto:
Though I am no munitions expert, I used to operate a gas plant and so am trained with regard to fuel explosions. The initial blast is orange, indicating a temperature cooler than nuclear fission. The white gray clouds are with the advancing pressure wave. There appears to have been a fire in progress before detonation.
The tell for a chemical munition is not visible in this video but occurs when you can see the colors when the plume slows down. Munitions experts would have to comment on that.
Possibly this could be a fuel-air bomb or “poor man’s nuke” ignited by an initial chemical explosion but that requires a means of creating a relatively ideal cloud of fossil fuel vapor somehow, either intentionally or by a relatively freak occurrence. Such an explosion creates an especially massive pressure wave like the one we see here that damaged buildings up to ten miles away and was felt up to a hundred miles away (it was a 3.3 earthquake equivalent).
Other videos would provide more information. Reports suggest there was a large cache of ammonium nitrate there. If that is true, it is a real head scratcher what that was doing in a port storage facility in a big city.
Were there secondary explosions? What did the plume look like ten seconds after detonation? Did anyone observe fuel somehow sprayed into the air? At this point there are lots of unanswered questions but it doesn’t seem nuclear and I imagine somebody has Geiger counters there. If it was just ammonium nitrate there is no reason to believe people in Beirut are any less aware of its danger than those of us living in areas less afflicted by war. So, this is a bit of a mystery right now.