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Oct/Nov Stream and Article Roundup
A lot of things have happened in the past few weeks; let's get eyes on them
October 27th - Senate Report on SARS-CoV-2’s Origins
Late last month, the US Senate HELP Committee published a report that suggested that SARS-CoV-2’s release was a research-related accident at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Substantial evidence suggests that the COVID-19 pandemic was the result of a research-related incident associated with a laboratory in Wuhan, China. A research-related incident is consistent with the early epidemiology showing rapid spread of the virus exclusively in Wuhan with the earliest calls for assistance being located in the same district as the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s (WIV) original campus in central Wuhan. The WIV is an epicenter of advanced coronavirus research, where researchers have collected samples of and experimented on high-risk coronaviruses.
The text of the report can be reviewed here:
This watered-down report makes no mention whatsoever of Ralph Baric or Peter Daszak.
October 28th - Vanity Fair and ProPublica publish articles supporting the Lab Leak hypothesis
The day after, Vanity Fair and ProPublica partnered on an article that analyzed communiques from the Wuhan Institute of Virology:
While everyone is laser-focused on the virology side of the Zoonosis-versus-Lab Leak question, it makes vastly more sense to examine the social and financial side of it; who funded who and when, who pushed for secrecy and coverups and when, and so on.
They want us thinking narrowly about bats and pangolins and gene sequences when we should be considering black budgets and questionable professional connections.
October 29th - Fifth Stream with Kevin McCairn - Webinar on Clyde Lewis Show
We had a good stream at the end of October, on the Clyde Lewis show. WTYL and Rumble links below:
October 31st - Emily Oster article in Atlantic proposes “Pandemic Amnesty”
At the end of last month, there was an article in the Atlantic that proposed the idea of a “Pandemic Amnesty”. That is, forgiveness for the unscientific and harmful lockdowns, vaccine mandates, and school closures that cost people our livelihoods and stunted children’s education.
We have to put these fights aside and declare a pandemic amnesty. We can leave out the willful purveyors of actual misinformation while forgiving the hard calls that people had no choice but to make with imperfect knowledge. Los Angeles County closed its beaches in summer 2020. Ex post facto, this makes no more sense than my family’s masked hiking trips. But we need to learn from our mistakes and then let them go. We need to forgive the attacks, too. Because I thought schools should reopen and argued that kids as a group were not at high risk, I was called a “teacher killer” and a “génocidaire.” It wasn’t pleasant, but feelings were high. And I certainly don’t need to dissect and rehash that time for the rest of my days.
This absolutely outrageous article garnered quite a few heated responses from some great Substacks:
The Atlantic were, themselves, part of the chorus of calumny against the unvaccinated. Now, they’re not even begging forgiveness. They’re declaring themselves to be absolved of all guilt. This is beyond grotesque.
For my part, I was practically shocked into speechlessness by the sheer audacity of it.
These people ruined millions of innocent people’s lives. They helped the overclass erode the middle class, destroy small businesses, and funnel all that commerce towards big-box stores and online merchants that weren’t required to close. They pushed a toxic, non-sterilizing (at least for the virus, but perhaps it is sterilizing if we go by the other sense of the word) vaccine on people which was developed by shady military biosecurity interests with zero transparency and sold to our governments under secret purchasing agreements that absolve their manufacturers of any legal liability for their failure. They ruined children’s education and language development. Police trampled protesters and acted as the tyrannical biosecurity state’s thuggish enforcers.
We don’t want amnesty for the perpetrators. We want new Nuremberg trials. Considering the magnitude of the wrongs committed against us, the international scope of the crimes, and the silent complicity of public officials, justice is not an unreasonable demand. People profited off of this madness. They should be made to forfeit that money to the people they harmed, and then promptly go to prison.
October 31st - Intercept article about DHS interference with social media
The same day the pandemic amnesty article came out, an article of exactly the opposite character was posted on The Intercept:
Behind closed doors, and through pressure on private platforms, the U.S. government has used its power to try to shape online discourse. According to meeting minutes and other records appended to a lawsuit filed by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, a Republican who is also running for Senate, discussions have ranged from the scale and scope of government intervention in online discourse to the mechanics of streamlining takedown requests for false or intentionally misleading information.
The actual leaked CISA doc can be read here:
The moment CISA was formed, instead of carrying out the duty they were initially charged with and ensuring the safety of America’s digital infrastructure, they started redefining people as a form of infrastructure, so they could expand their role to policing the contents of people’s minds. Then, they went about eroding people’s First Amendment rights, establishing web portals where they could notify social media giants of which posts were “disinfo” they wanted taken down.
Yet more proof that the Department of Homeland Security are a Stasi-esque organization and should be dissolved. Secret police and secret courts have no place in America and should never be tolerated.
November 2nd - Andrew Huff and Tom Renz Publish Report to Congress
This report was actually published on September 13th, but Google briefly censored the document, necessitating its republishing. It is now available again at its original source:
We recommend using decentralized and peer-to-peer alternatives (such as IPFS) to centralized cloud hosting, especially for small PDF documents with content that state and corporate entities are interested in censoring.
There are a lot of excellent authors out there on Substack covering the pandemic and the biosecurity theater surrounding it. Some of them are going overlooked, so let’s fix that.
DocKek’s analysis of COVID-19 and the vaccines is spot-on and very detailed. Give it a look when you can:
BioClandestine has been repeatedly banned from Twitter for revealing the truth about DTRA’s links to Ukrainian biolabs:
DCFPress have been tracking info on CureVac and ARPA-H, among other things. Their investigative journalism is top-notch and deserves to be seen:
Dr. Peter McCullough and John Leake have a Substack, where they’re tracking COVID-19 vaccine injury data:
Do Your Own Research have extensive info on the issues with clinical trials of COVID-19 antivirals:
Injecting Freedom is Aaron Siri, who is covering the litigation against the mandates:
Stay tuned. New articles and updates are on the way. Next, we’ll tackle the ongoing analysis of the vaccine vials and recent developments regarding the graphene/nanotech question.
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