And now, the finale
Thank you. I knew much of this, but your summary of events is excellent and worth sharing with friends and family who don’t quite understand. I’ve been doing research for two years and sharing my findings with two investigative reporters. I can confirm the truth of many of Kirillov’s accusations. These people thought they couldn’t lose and their complacency made them sloppy. You wouldn’t believe some of the things I have found as part of a standard public records search. I think the most horrible thing for me was understanding to what extent the people of Ukraine were for sale. Dangerous clinical trials were conducted there that never would have been allowed in the United States. Something monstrous. They all need to be exposed.
Kudos and thanks for the series with all its confusing, disturbing and illuminating parts. What seems as valuable as the information itself is the nurturing interaction of Substack community. It's such a wonderful illustration of how humans can problem solve and flourish we're free to collaborate and organize ourselves. The threats are horrid but the alliances are priceless.
Many favorites and undoubtedly powerful titles in the book list balancing historians, thinkers, specialists, observers and dirtbags in their own words. That said it was super disappointing 'When Google Met WikiLeaks' by Julian Assange was missing. Julian is an original tech warrior for the people. His legacy goes back to WANK worm and he's one of the most prescient voices of a generation. He has been the canary in the coal mine for truth tellers; his slow motion execution in London is a virtual barometer of decaying Rule of Law and human rights.
The eugyppius Substack is replete with COVID information with a European twist. The Ian Miller Substack (ianmsc) has the most extensive data on the silliness of masking. The relevantdata and metatron Substacks do detail drills on selected data that is often quite useful. The boriquagato substack is extensive and excellent as well, even if he refuses to use capital letters...lol. The nakedemporer Substack gives references from across the spectrum on COVID and related issues virtually every day. I have found all of these useful in addition to the ones you have listed. And Thanks for all you do. This is important work.
You, sir, are incredible.
since you asked for good reading:
great statistical analysis
Thank you for the important work that you have done, and continue to do.
Thanks for the recommendation. I'll try to be useful and not let anybody down.
Hmmm....knowledge is power. What to do with said power now? Is there a mechanism to unseat these people without bloodshed?
Thank you so so much on your incredible writings. A deep bow of respect for you and everyone involved uncovering these crimes against humanity. And for your long articles intelligently bringing all the threads together. Onward we go. 👍🏼💪🏽💚
_The Handbook of Fifth-Generation Warfare_, edited by Daniel H. Abbott
A 2010 collection of essays, mostly written by Uncle Sam's boys, about the future of warfare. Including memetic warfare. Very helpful for trying to understand what has been happening during the Covid atrocities.
Fantastic summary which took a tremendous amount of time and hard work. Blessings to all who contributed to these efforts.
I am glad you bring up DTRA funding of EcoHealth Alliance. I think it is a critical link between what was going on in Wuhan and potential bioweapons research in Ukraine, Georgia and elsewhere. NIH funding for Wuhan was late and small compared to the DTRA funding. DoD and CIA involvement in pandemic planning scenarios for more than 20 years should not be overlooked.
If you haven't checked out the book Vaccine A, you might want to. I read it at the recommendation of A Midwestern Doctor substack author. It is about the anthrax vaccines and evidence of dose tolerance testing on military personnel of lipid adjuvants. Interestingly, the adjuvant substance they probably used was approved in a flu vaccine for the first time in the US in 2020. Flu vaccines also have a long history with the military.
Additionally, the military researchers chose to pursue highly purified protein subunit vaccine tech even though whole anthrax vaccines were experimentally demonstrated to be more effective. The author of the book believes they had to turn to lipid adjuvants (alum was proving insufficient) because the highly purified protein subunit vaccines were not generating enough immune response.
That seems to lead us close to lipid nanoparticle encased vaccines that produce protein subunits from human cells. The lipid nanoparticles themselves are possibly being used as an adjuvant. Hence the elevated rates of certain ailments like guillain-barre syndrome in the control arms of mRNA vaccine trials, where they are probably given the lipids as 'placebo.'
Wow. I learned A few things! Some I knew, some I didn't. Thank you so much. If only people would open their eyes and get mad!!! Do something!! Nobody is coming to ' THE RESCUE"!!
I dearly hope this Deep Dive is coming out as a book. And if not, how do I persuade you to make that happen??
I looked through the list of substacks and noticed one that I think should be included. I found it extremely informative and useful. The War of Wars lays out the organization of the posts in his substack and should be the first item to be read.
The link: https://roundingtheearth.substack.com/p/the-wars-of-wars-part-i?s=r
Thank you so much for including me...
I am humbled!