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Sept 26, 2022. By Jeff Childers

Source: C&C NEWS ☙ Monday, September 26th, 2022 ☙ ADMISSION BY SILENCE


🪖 More commenters than usual reported last week that their C&C emails were disappearing and the Google was flagging links to the website as dangerous. It looks like they might be onto something:

I guess somebody doesn’t like it when you point out all their psyops narratives all the time. Would it help if I apologized? Or sent flowers or something?


🔥 LibsofTikTok ran an atypical multi-part post last week, exposing Wisconsin hospital chain UW health’s revolting pediatric gender surgical program.

Within 24 hours, UW Health had scrubbed its website and made all its gender-related YouTube videos private. Whoops! Never mind!

If there was nothing wrong with what these hospitals and doctors were doing, then they would defend it, not hide it. Hiding things suggests you know it’s wrong. I can even get a jury instruction that an attempt to conceal provides an inference of consciousness of guilt.

Here’s the young lady, Dr. Gast, the “gender surgeon” who performs the permanent experimental medical procedures on kids for UW Health:

This story shows the power of LibsofTikTok. With one tweet, she shut down the public face of UW Health’s gross medical program.

💉 In a video interview with the Atlantic last week, that weasel Fauci tried to slime his way out of responsibility for the vast harms he caused while advising two administrations about covid. He pitifully tried to make the case for having to break a few eggs to make an omelet, or the ends justifying the means, or something:

“You have to do something that’s rather draconian, and sometimes when you do draconian things, it has collateral negative consequences. Just like when you shut things down even temporarily, it does have deleterious consequences on the economy, on the school children, you know that, but you have to make a balance.”

In other words, Fauci just admitted he KNEW the mitigation measures were going to hurt kids. He just thought it was worth it. To HIM, it was worth it. The kids? Well, who knows. Who cares?

Fauci only offered two examples to justify the “draconian things” that he “balanced” for our own benefit: (1) “overrun” New York Hospitals, and (2) “ICUs in hallways.” It’s telling that’s the best he could come up with.

Both are lies that are trivially easy to disprove.

Even worse, Fauci tried to silence any opposing opinions. The authors and signers of the Great Barrington declaration publicly warned that the lockdowns wouldn’t work, and would cause enormous collateral damages. Fauci’s response to that age advice — proven correct in hindsight — was to secretly conspire with Francis Collins to cancel the scientists who signed the declaration. “You have to make a balance.”

Paul Alexander, a former adviser to the WHO and HHS, has compiled a [list of more than 400 studies]( showing that COVID-19 lockdowns, shelter-in-place policies, school closures, masks and mask mandates have failed to curb virus transmission or reduce deaths.

Fauci was wrong. He’ll never admit it, of course, but at least he’s being forced now to admit “collateral negative consequences.” That’s Fauci-ese for “we broke stuff.”

🚀 Last week, the American Conservative published a critical piece on the Ukraine war titled, “Holding Ground, Losing War.” The sub-head explains, “Zelensky’s strategy of defending territory at all costs has been disastrous for Ukraine.”

The Conservative plainly stated the article’s main point, that Russia hasn’t really started to fight yet: “Russia always had the resources to dramatically escalate the fighting and end the fighting in Ukraine on very harsh terms. Escalation is now in progress.“

But even within the context of the current, more limited conflict, the article describes the Russians being historically patient and deliberate, while the Ukrainians let themselves be pushed around like checkers in a game played by unsupervised two-year-olds.

According to the Conservative, Ukraine made the classic strategic error of valuing inches over lives. In other words, again and again Ukraine’s military — undoubtedly encouraged by U.S. intelligence agencies who craved headlines for their psyops — traded transitory minor territorial gains for significant lives and hardware.

As an example, the Conservative pointed to the recent “victories” in Eastern Ukraine, describing them as a propaganda win but a military disaster:

U.S. satellite arrays undoubtedly provided Ukrainians with a real-time picture of the area showing that Russian forces west of Izium numbered less than 2,000 light troops (the equivalent of paramilitary police, e.g., SWAT and airborne infantry).
The Russian command opted to withdraw its small force from the area that is roughly 1 percent of formerly Ukrainian territory currently under Russian control. However, the price for Kiev’s propaganda victory was high— … an estimated 5,000 to 10,000 Ukrainian troops were killed or wounded in a flat, open area that Russian artillery, rockets, and air strikes turned into a killing field.

Now that Russia has begun its mobilization — which is moving full steam ahead — the Conservative says the war has entered a new phase, provoking a critical inflection point: “Washington confronts a stark choice: Talk about having successfully ‘degraded Russian power’ in Ukraine and scale back its actions. Or risk a regional war with Russia that will engulf Europe.”

Europe, as the article notes, is on the brink of its own revolution, a rightwing ascension induced by the war’s social and political side effects:

Sanctions are hurting America’s European allies, not Russia… Discontent is growing, making it quite plausible that governments in Germany, France, and Great Britain will likely follow the path of their colleagues in Stockholm and Rome , who lost or will lose power to right-of-center coalitions.

You can add Sweden to that list. The Ukraine war may have the unexpected effect of cementing more rightwing nationalist governments in Europe. An equal and opposite affect.

🚀 On Thursday, the Russian Duma (their congress) held a meeting of the committee investigating Ukrainian bio-labs. Irina Yarovaya, Deputy Chairwoman of the State Duma, summarized the current findings from Russia’s point of view:

It has become clear that the Pentagon is working on secret plans of using tactical biological weapon of mass destruction. The Pentagon’s military biological activities violate the regime of non-proliferation of biological weapons and require the adoption of relevant measures at the international level.

Referencing documents and evidence that the Russians have collected from Ukrainian facilities, Yarovaya repeatedly stressed what is probably the most damning fact: the United States has not denied that any of the documents are authentic. To the contrary, Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland has equivocated about the purpose of the labs, refusing to tell our Congress that we have NOT been undertaking bio research there.

Instead, Yarovaya claimed that American officials are attempting to “distract attention by nuclear threats, while they are developing the most dangerous military-biological types of weapons of mass destruction.”

Here’s my take. It is inexcusable that American officials refuse to deny or otherwise come clean about the biolabs and the U.S. involvement in bioweapons research in Ukraine. Let me explain.

For the last 50 years, the threat of nuclear war has been successfully checked by the policy of “MAD” — mutually assured destruction. Nobody wants to start a nuclear war, because everyone loses.

But genetic editing offers the prospect of a new generation of targeted, untraceable weapons of mass destruction. International law bans this kind of research. If other governments somehow get the idea that the U.S. is ignoring international law precluding bioweapons development — hiding it behind the pathetic excuse of “pandemic preparedness,” say — then they will start doing the same thing.

They can’t afford to fall behind.

Because it is so hard to prove where a bio attack came from — just look at Wuhan — the current generation of bioweapons are inherently destabilizing. There’s no “MAD” for bioweapons, if you can’t prove who unleashed a pandemic, to know who to hit back. Bioweapons present the awful possibility of an unlimited arms race with no upper limit. Ever-escalating, tit-for-tat bioattacks can now be directly targeted at certain genetic or geographic populations.

See, e.g., monkeypox. Remember that one? The virus that never before had a mechanism for sexual transmission, which broke out simultaneously in a bunch of countries. Guess where it has hit hardest?

America’s ‘strategy’ — if you can call it that — of refusing to engage in the biolab discussion at all, and of trying to change the subject to nuclear threats, is an unforgivably reckless policy choice, in that it creates an information vacuum for Russia and other world actors to fill, and encourages people to interpret the U.S.’s silence as an admission.

Biden claimed his administration would be the most transparent in history. Time to put up or shut up.

👽 UFO News! The United States National Intelligence Manager for Aviation (NIM-A), which reports to the U.S. Director of National Intelligence, rolled out its new logo last week.

It has a UFO on it. See for yourself:

I don’t blame you for being skeptical. Here’s a link to the agency’s home page.

Don’t ask me. I did some searching for an explanation but couldn’t come up with anything that made sense except that military patches sometimes include fantastical elements. But, unless Chinese hackers took over the NIM-A website, this is the official agency LOGO. Not just a patch.

Does it mean that we have UFO’s in our arsenal? Are UFOs keeping a close eye on our high-tech sky fleet? Is it a joke of some kind?


I report, you decide.

Have a magnificent Monday, and I’ll see you back here tomorrow for more.


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C&C. Russian Election. Head-scarf Mandates. Myocarditis?

Source: Coffee & Covid ☙ Saturday, September 24, 2022 ☙ DOTS


🚀 Russia is already holding referendums in the occupied territories of Ukraine, which make up about 20% of the country. There are only two boxes on each ballot: a box to join Russia and a box to remain in Ukraine. Depending on which ‘side’ you are on, the referendum is either a shining example of democratic self-determination, or it’s a disgusting travesty of a sham election. In fact, the Economist’s story about the referendum this morning even has the word ‘sham’ right in the headline:

I won’t list all the various elections issues Remainers are rightfully complaining about, there are a lot. But one is that the election is being run by armed Russian soldiers, which might tend to depress the Remain vote for some reason. And the election’s lightning speed leaves no time for campaigning, education, or even any real discussion. Just hurry up and vote! Third, Remainers validly complain that many pro-Remain voters fled when the Russians occupied the zone, reducing their voting bloc.

On the other hand, the Russians appear to be making every effort to be transparent; for example, the soldier/proctors clearly don’t object to being recorded on video, and — from what I can tell — citizens are even being allowed to record video INSIDE polling locations, which you can’t do in Florida. I have seen no complaints about cheating or backdoor ballot deliveries or secret suitcases of ballots under tables.

Even better, they aren’t using machines. No electronics. It’s just paper. I wish America would go back to paper. The machines are a problem.

Remainers in the occupied territories also have understandable gripes about the legitimacy of the vote in general. To them, it probably feels a lot like it would feel here if the Mexican cartels held a “referendum” in South Texas about whether a bunch of Texas counties should join Mexico. Um, problem.

On the other hand, the referendum would have no chance at all if there weren’t a large group of Ukrainians in the territories, obviously profoundly unhappy with their existing government, who clearly prefer to live under Russian rule. It might even be a majority; there’s no way to tell now.

Pro-Ukraine Remainers are allowed to protest and rally:

Pro-Russia voters seem happy to vote to leave Ukraine:

Maybe even a whole LOT of them:

And the Russians may have invited foreign observers to monitor the fairness of the elections:

I can’t vouch for any of the videos; I’m just including them for flavor. During my research, I found pictures and videos of rallies and protests that were re-used from other past events, sometimes other causes, sometimes even the other side of the issue. So who knows? Everybody is lying.

There’s a strategic reason Russia is racing to complete the referendums. Once the occupied territories become part of Russia — a result that seems inevitable at this point — then Russia can claim self-defense, and can legally access previously-unavailable military tools. That’s where all the nuclear talk (on both sides) comes from.

This new strategy is Russia’s response to the recent Ukrainian military gains in the occupied territories. Russia has done this before; it was the strategy it used to annex Crimea. So Western military experts should have easily predicted this would happen, but of course, well, you know. Our brain-damaged experts have been completely useless for ages. They’re just bleating packs of ‘yes’ men now, apparently.

Swirling internet rumors suggest that the warp speed Russian mobilization announced this week is secretly a whole lot bigger than 300,000 new troops. Since I can’t confirm it from any official Russian source, I won’t cite the figures. Whether it’s 300,000, or more than 300,000, the timing suggests that the new troops will be used to hold the annexed territories. In other words, Russia could end the war by just hunkering down, loudly claiming legal entitlement to the annexed regions, and threatening a nuclear response to any continued hostility.

So get ready for all the people who claimed the 2020 U.S. elections were the fairest and cleanest elections in history to start bitterly complaining about the Russian referendum election. And, whereas criticizing U.S. election results makes you a domestic terrorist and an insurrectionist, the schizophrenic psyops teams are going to try to make it your moral duty to criticize the Ukraine election, including all-new Facebook profile flags or ribbons or something.

If you say the Ukraine elections were fair, you’re also a terrorist or insurrectionist or whatever. You can follow this, right? Criticizing U.S. elections = bad. Criticizing Ukraine elections = good.

It’s so simple!

🚀 Iran has been roiled with country-wide protests by thousands and thousands of angry women who are sick and tired of being threatened into wearing the muslim hijab, or headscarf. The genesis of the massive waves of unrest is disquietingly similar to the George Floyd protests here in the U.S. in the summer of 2020.

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Iran must deal decisively with protests, president says


What is undisputed is that a 22-year-old woman, Mahsa Amini, was arrested in Iran for not having her hijab on properly. According to reports, she was wearing a hijab, but it wasn’t the right kind or was out of place or something. After being arrested, she fell into a coma and several days later, she died. Widespread rumors in Iran claimed she was beaten to death, but Iranian authorities claimed Amini suffered from “pre-existing conditions.”

Sound familiar?

Mostly-peaceful protests broke out all over the country. Thousands of Iranians have been arrested, all over Iran, according to regional reports, and at least eight people have been outright killed by security forces.

Iran’s Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi told media that the government’s initial investigation showed it had done nothing wrong. “Reports from oversight bodies were received, witnesses were interviewed, videos were reviewed, forensic opinions were obtained, and it was found that there had been no beating,” Vahidi claimed. In a statement last week, Tehran police said right after her arrest, Amini “suddenly suffered from a heart problem” and was “immediately taken to hospital”.

But Amini’s father says the 22-year-old had no pre-existing health problems, and he says the police are responsible for her death.

Hmm. You know, I can think of ONE reason that an otherwise healthy 22-year-old might experience sudden and unexpected heart problems, especially when under stress. It’s given in two doses. But I’m not allowed to name it on Facebook, so mum’s the word. And I doubt the officials are going to suggest that possibility, either.

Seventy-four percent of Iranians are vaccinated:

Iran didn’t use the mRNA vaccines, but it did use AstraZeneca, well-known to have similar problems to the mRNA jabs. It would be ironic, wouldn’t it, if the government’s vaccine policy led to a George Floyd event? They can’t tell the truth to stop the protests, because that would probably lead to other protests. It’s a conundrum.

I don’t know; I’m not saying anything. I’m just saying.

Finally, mandatory headscarves are a lot like mandatory masks. Both are religiously based and include strong associations with social conformity and government compliance.


💉 God bless him, Tucker Carlson continues courageously reporting on problems with the jabs. Most recently, he discussed a Lancet study following up with kids 12-29 who suffered from myocarditis. Almost a third of the studied kids required chronic medication to manage the condition at three months, and a fifth (20%) said they still experienced pain.

Tucker also reported on Presbyterian Hospital’s goofy new advertisement for pediatric myocarditis — a condition that used to be so rare nobody’d ever heard of it before last year. People are upset at Presbyterian, not because it ran the ad — treating these vaccine injuries is important, as is awareness — but they are understandably upset because the ad ignores what CAUSED the kids’ heart damage.

True, so far it’s only Tucker. But Tucker’s audience exceeds the combined totals of the other networks. And there are signs the signal is getting through the noise: booster uptake is pitiful. NBC ran a story yesterday headlined, “Less Than 2% of Eligible People Have Gotten Updated Covid Booster Shots, 3 Weeks Into the Rollout.”

Oh no. (Sad emoji.)

NBC reported Dr. Scott Roberts, a Yale Medicine infectious disease expert, called the relatively low booster uptake “demoralizing.” He’s demoralized! He explained glumly, “I would expect a much higher proportion of Americans to have gotten the booster by this point.”

Dash it! Disappointed expectations!

Dr. Eeyore, I mean Dr. Roberts, blamed Joe Biden for the new jab’s pitiful performance, and he isn’t too optimistic about its future prospects either. “The fact that this booster came out days before Biden said the pandemic is over is a huge mixed message,” he sighed. “Now it’s going to be that much harder to convince those at risk who are on the fence to get a booster.”

Poor, poor experts. 🎻

Still, nearly 5 million Americans have taken the new shot, even though, as NBC admitted in its article, the jabs “were distributed without results from human trials.” There are a lot of customers who want even MORE spike protein out there, they can’t get enough of the stuff, and as long as that holds, and as long as the rivers of cash keep flowing, they’ll keep making them.

As for me, nope. No thanks. I’m doing fine!

Have a wonderful weekend. Enjoy this cooler weather, and I’ll be back on Monday with some seasonal pumpkin-spiced Coffee & Covid for you.


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Jeff Childers: Coffee & Covid ☙ Tuesday, July 19, 2022 ☙ CHICKEN


🔥 The Economist ran a story yesterday headlined, “Is America Growing Weary of the Long War In Ukraine?” Well. I was immediately suspicious, because the Ukraine war hasn’t been that long, not really, not when compared to the war on covid or any other war, for that matter.

The Economist ruefully noted that “even Mr Biden’s closest allies are asking whether America might soon tire of the burden,” and admits that Biden “is more unpopular even than Donald Trump was at this point in his presidency.”

My gosh! More unpopular than President Trump! And even though he’s heroically opposing the Russians.

Late in the article, the Economist put its tobacco-stained finger right on the squidge that marks the real problem:

Mr. Biden’s aim in the war is unclear. His administration has stopped talking about helping Ukraine to “win”, and instead speaks of preventing it from being defeated.

That’s the problem, all right. What IS the goal, Joe? If it’s “winning,” what does that even look like and how do we get there?

Yesterday I wondered if it was time to try de-escalating the Ukraine conflict to lower the risk of global thermonuclear war, which somehow triggered some people in the comments. I could not understand why until I saw this explanation, from the article:

> For Ukraine’s supporters, whether Democratic or Republican, the answer is for Mr. Biden to hurry up and win: give Ukraine more military help, do it faster and accept more risk.

It seems the pro-war Ukrainians want the U.S. to just skip the messy middle and jump right into direct war with the Russians, to teach them a lesson or something. But the Russians have nuclear missiles and doomsday submarines and even nuclear torpoedos for goodness’ sake. A fully-kinetic global war won’t help the Ukrainians, at all. Probably just the opposite.

It’s magical thinking.

Speaking of magical thinking, there also now seems to be a partisan split. According to the article, Dems are more willing than Republicans to personally sacrifice to help the Ukrainians. “Among Democrats, 78% would accept costlier fuel and 72% would bear more inflation to help Ukraine; among Republicans only 44% and 39% respectively would do so.”

It’s too bad we can’t just have a voluntary bump in the income tax or something for everyone who wants to sacrifice for Ukraine. But I wonder if the split is really partisan so much as just reflecting which news source people usually rely on.

🔥 On Thursday, the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv warned all Americans to immediately leave Ukraine by “immediate departure through privately available ground transportation options.” Various social media reports say the Embassy closed Friday and no employees remain there.

What does the Embassy know? Is Russia about to take Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital city?

After advising people to avoid large groups that could become military targets, and to immediately seek cover if they hear loud explosions or air-raid sirens, the Embassy offered the helpful tip that fleeing Americans should stop to get the jab: “Get a COVID vaccine to facilitate your travel.”

🔥 The next story may possibly be the most significant news I’ve ever reported, and I don’t think I’m exaggerating. The news is that Deputy Chairwoman of the Russian State Duma (congress) Irina Yarovaya gave an update yesterday on Russia’s official investigation into US Biolabs in Ukraine.

What the Russians are saying isn’t pretty. And they claim to have a mountain of evidence. So far, the U.S. has not deigned to respond to any of the deadly serious allegations.

Remember that back in May, the Russians presented evidence to the U.N. Security Council arguing that the U.S. had been performing illegal bioweapons development — AND TESTING — in Ukraine, including accusing the last three Democrat administrations of working with George Soros, Bill Gates, and big pharma to break treaties, develop illegal weapons technology, release bioweapons into Ukraine, test the weapons on soldiers and mental patients, and — most significantly — infect the Russian people and crops.

Specifically, the Russians identified a surprising list of key individuals and groups alleged to have masterminded the conspiracy:

  • The *Democratic National Party*
  • *Barack Obama*
  • *Hilary Clinton*
  • *Joe Biden*
  • *George Soros*

I am not making that up. That’s what the Russians are saying. A remarkable diagram shows all the alleged players that goes far beyond those named above, and includes Pfizer, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and others.

The Russians accused the top Democrats of facilitating the illegal research for military purposes in league with big pharma, which was brought in whenever there were tests or leaks, to develop lucrative treatments for the new diseases. In return, argued the Russians, big pharma funneled massive campaign contributions back to Democrats, making a sinister and demonic viral feedback loop.

U.S. corporate media — which furiously leapt on the made-up Russiagate story and for weeks breathlessly reported unsubstantiated allegations against Brett Kavenaugh — completely ignored the Russians’ incredibly serious accusations, fully discounting them as “Russian misinformation” to the point it wasn’t even worth mentioning. The Biden Administration even tried to setup a “disinformation governance board” run by a former Zelensky aid, in an apparent effort to screw an even tighter lid onto the news.

Last week, the Russians announced they intend to release a comprehensive report about the U.S. biolabs program soon — before the midterms — and yesterday, as I said, Chairwoman Yarovaya gave a status update to the Russian Duma, or legislature.

🔥 Yarovaya began her comments yesterday as follows:

“As evidence today, the parliamentary commission may already present the facts that bio laboratories supervised by the Pentagon on the territory of Ukraine did not meet safety criteria. In the current mode of their activity, they posed and pose a colossal threat for citizens of Ukraine and for the whole world.

The facility was not only insecure. Despite the fact that they were working with dangerous viruses and pathogens, there was also a leak. It is quite likely that this explains the growth of epidemics in Ukraine.

But most likely, those who created these laboratories were interested in ensuring [they] were not adequately protected, not only for corruption, but also in order to carry out a live experiment; in this way, to monitor what the reaction from the population would be, what the mortality rate would be, what the consequences would be.”

In other words, the Russians are saying the U.S. has been INTENTIONALLY negligent. The idea would be that the U.S. could deliberately leak pathogens and then hide behind the excuse it was just an accident, because everybody knows the labs are so shoddy. Like when your kids manically swings his arms around acting crazy and then “accidentally” punches his younger brother in the nose. Sorry not sorry!

The Russians’ theory sounds bonkers until you consider Wuhan. Starting in 2018, the State Department published a series of reports about how the biolab at the Wuhan Institute of Virology was so insecure and poorly-run. And then nothing whatever was done about it. Then the covid virus “accidentally” leaked and broke the world. So those State Department reports were retrospectively super helpful, in diverting suspicion that the virus was purposefully leaked.

It was just an accident.

The Russians also alleged that the U.S. culprits are hiding behind “animal research;” further concealing their guilt by genetically grafting human infection capabilities onto existing animal viruses, so they can claim natural origins for the newly-developed bugs. Like with covid. Or monkeypox.

If true, it would explain all the “veterinary reasearch” biolabs the U.S. has been building in all these third-world countries that lack oversight or effective supervision and what regulators there are, will — well — look the other way under the right circumstances. And probably pretty cheaply.

Yarovaya said the result of all this intentional negligence has been “unforeseen situations all over the world.” She fingered the U.S. for the novel monkeypox outbreak. “Everything related to coronavirus, monkey pox, should be searched in the test tubes of American laboratories,” she said.

By a totally random coincidence, the very same Wuhan Institute of Virology where covid was developed was also experimenting with monkeypox:


🔥 Because the Russians are naming specific individuals, it is starting to look like the Russians plan to launch a Nuremberg-style international criminal complaint along the lines that so many Americans have been wishing for. It also looks like the Chinese are siding with the Russians. The Chinese have good reasons to side with the Russians.

A 2017 article published in the Journal of Health Security is titled, “Taiwan’s Public Health National Laboratory System: Success in Influenza Diagnosis and Surveillance.” It includes some interesting statistics.

Taiwan has about the same population as the State of Florida. But for some reason, the article reported that the country has “1,251 microbiological laboratories in a tiered system that addresses medical, agricultural, food, and environmental needs.” That seems like a lot of biolabs; it would be the equivalent of 18 biolabs in every county in Florida.

According to the article, Taiwan has “a national BSL-4 laboratory in northern Taiwan affiliated with the National Defense Medical Center.” In other words, it’s military. It also has 31 “national labs,” which “serve as reference centers for the fields of virology, bacteriology, parasitology, mycology, and vector biology.”

Vector biology is the study of carriers, like ticks and mosquitos, that can transmit infectious diseases to humans.

The Russian allegations, and the justification they create for the invasion of Ukraine, also create a neat justification for a Chinese invasion of Taiwan.

In her most recent Substack letter, doctor Naomi Wolfe — who has led the effort to crowdsource the Pfizer document dump review — claims to have discovered information showing that Pfizer is partly owned by the Chinese Communist Party, or at least that the CCP owns a major manufacturer of the mRNA drug.

Wolfe says her project has convinced her that we are already at war and just don’t realize it yet. Facing the Beast – Outspoken with Dr Naomi Wolf.

🔥 All these allegations — completely ignored by corporate media — are incredibly serious. The Russians are accusing the U.S. of a biological weapons of mass destruction attack. It has long been the official policy of the U.S. that a bioweapons attack is equivalent to a nuclear attack, and would justify a nuclear response.

It doesn’t matter whether they’re right. The Russians appear to believe they are legally justified in retaliating against the U.S. using weapons of mass destruction. And they’re building the case using a lot of shady stuff that the U.S. and its deep-state corporate allies have been up to.

It sure would be a good time for the U.S. government to speak up and get totally transparent about the legitimate purpose behind all these labs. Assuming there IS a legitimate purpose.

But perpetrators, whoever they are, would almost certainly risk nuclear war to protect their secrets if only half of what the Russians are saying is true. So, wittingly or not, we are all involved in a deadly game of nuclear chicken.

And our driver is Joe Biden.

In any event, it is looking even more likely that Naomi Wolfe is right, that the Third World War already started over two years ago in January 2020, with covid. We all thought WW3 would be fought with global thermonuclear war. But that style of warfare is simply too expensive, so warfare has obviously evolved, or mutated. This World War’s arsenal actually appears to be constructed out of biological weapons — and their mandated therapeutics.

😷 A new study published yesterday in Scientific Reports titled, “Bacterial And Fungal Isolation From Face Masks Under the COVID-19 Pandemic.”


The researchers surveyed 109 medical-school volunteers on their mask usage and lifestyles, and then cultured bacteria and fungi from the face-side and the outer-side of their masks. This will shock you, but they found bacteria and fungi growing on the masks.

Bacterial colonies were found on 99% of the samples on the face-side, and 94% on the outer-side. The researchers found fungal colonies growing on 79% of the samples on the face-side, and 95% on the outer-side. They also found that longer mask usage significantly increased the fungal colony figures (but not the bacterial colony numbers).

Although most of the bacteria were non-pathogenic, they found several potentially pathogenic bugs: S. aureus (commensal bacterium; its overgrowth can cause various diseases); B. cereus (intestinal bacterium, causing food poisoning); Staphylococcus saprophyticus (urinary tract infection); and Pseudomonas luteola (an opportunistic pathogen).

The researchers detected several types of fungus:

The conclusion? The authors suggested “that immunocompromised people should avoid repeated use of masks to prevent microbial infection.”

Haha! Thanks experts! Immunocompromised people are the ones the experts always say should wear masks the most — all the time, if they can. Can you believe by giving that advice the experts were actually setting immunocompromised people up for even worse infections? So which is it? Should immunocompromised people wear masks or not?

What would we do without experts?

💉 WBOY ran a story last week headlined, “Antimicrobial-Resistant Infections Up 15% During COVID, CDC says.” Tell me it isn’t so.

Antimicrobial resistance is when bacteria and fungus become resistant to antibiotics, antifungals and other treatments. The CDC published its special report last week titled, “COVID-19: U.S. Impact on Antimicrobial Resistance, Special Report 2022.” The special report concludes that the threat of antimicrobial-resistant infections has significantly increased since March 2020, with resistant hospital-onset infections AND DEATHS jumping +15% or more during the first year of the pandemic.

Some resistant bug strains increased a whole lot more than +15%. Carbapenem-resistant Acinetobacter saw a +78% increase, and multidrug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa saw a +32% increase. Also up were Enterococcus (+14%) and Staphylococcus aureus, otherwise known as Mersa (MRSA) (+13%).

Now consider this odd fact: In its 2019 special report, the CDC said that antimicrobial-resistant infections had fallen by -27% during the entire period between 2012 to 2017. But the trend suddenly reversed in March 2020, for some reason.

It can’t have anything to do with the masks, can it? Just asking.

🔥 Emmaneul Macron’s odious Covid Passport was defeated in the French parliament last week, by a coalition of both left and right-wing populist parties. It’s a great example of what we can do when we put aside political differences and all work together.

📉 So this is crazy weird. The New York Post ran a story late last week headlined, “NYC Projects Enrollment Losses of Another 30,000 Students This Fall.” That can’t be good for business.

Mayor Adams told reporters that, “We have a massive hemorrhaging of students — massive hemorrhaging. We’re in a very dangerous place in the number of students that we are dropping.” By the end of the next school year, the district will be down to a total of 760,439 students.

According to the New York Department of Education, while its public schools have lost about -120,000 students over the last five years, for some reason New York’s charter schools have seen record GROWTH during the same time frame.

What could possibly explain this? Experts? Hello?

🔥 The Hill ran a story last week headlined, “U.S. Tourist Tumbles Into Mount Vesuvius After Trying to Snap Selfie.” I have to confess, I was worried for a minute that it was Joe Biden.

The tourist is okay. He hung on to a ledge until Italian park operators could lower a rope down and he scrambled back up. He lost his phone though. Lesson learned, I guess.

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Source: ☕️ Coffee & Covid ☙ Monday, July 18, 2022 ☙ JUDGMENT DAY


💉 Monkeypox roundup:

Turns out the pox can be pretty painful. NBC Dallas-Fort Worth ran a story Friday headlined, “Dallas Man With Monkeypox Describes Painful Symptoms.” The article reports that Dallas resident Luke Shanahan is recovering from a monkeypox infection. Luke said his symptoms were “100 times worse” than covid: “The pain and tenderness was constant,” he explained. “It’s like if someone took a ball of needles and kept on stabbing you with it.”

Not just one needle. A ball of needles. That’s like, ten boosters.

At one point, Luke felt convinced he was going to die. And he isn’t sure how he got infected, he says. “I was going to the bars,” he said. “I was out in public. I was going to pool parties.”

But, was he wearing his MASK?

Fortunately, after getting the smallpox vaccine, Luke is now recovering. He said he celebrated by putting an “extra” square of chocolate in his morning coffee. Delightful!

💉 Gateway Pundit’s monkeypox story yesterday was headlined, “New York City is Now the Epicenter of the Monkeypox Outbreak Which Accounts For 30% of All US Cases.” According to the NYD Department of Health, cases nearly doubled there last week.

The Health Department’s statement said, “There are now [489] cases of monkeypox in the city, which is more than 30% of the recorded cases of monkeypox per the CDC. New York City is the epicenter of the monkeypox outbreak in the U.S.” Manhattan’s borough president Mark Levine tweeted that 95% of the cases are in men, for some unexplained reason:

💉 The Hill reported last week that so many New Yorkers wanted the pox vaccine they actually shut down the Department of Health’s online appointment scheduler: “Monkeypox Vaccine Appointment Website Crashes in New York City.”

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100s line up at a pop-up Monkey Pox Vaccination site in Brooklyn NY #monkeypox #Brooklyn #vaccine


💉 A Breitbart article yesterday was headlined, “Gottlieb: Window for Containing Monkeypox ‘Probably Has Closed’.” CBS’ Face the Nation interviewed the former FDA commissioner yesterday about the pox. Gottlieb said it is now too late to contain the pox, and it will probably just become endemic:

I think the window for getting control of this and containing it probably has closed, and if it hasn’t closed, it’s certainly starting to close. 11,000 cases across the world right now. 1,800 cases, as you said, in the US. We’re probably detecting just a fraction of the actual cases because we have a very, we had for a long time a very narrow case definition on who got tested. And by and large, we’re looking in the community of men who have sex with men and STD clinics. … while it’s not going to explode, because it’s harder for this virus to spread, it’s probably going to be persistent, you’ll-you’ll have this as a sort of a fact of life, maybe spreading as a sexually transmitted disease, but also breaking out of those settings.

Finally, foolish Dr. Fauci is back, making the monkeypox rounds, now advising EVERYONE to vaccinate for Monkeypox, of course, because $cience:

So the bottom line is, the pox is painful, it is spreading fast in the gay community, for now at least, but it is — so far — not fatal.

Weird! It reminds me of this Biblical reference: “So the first angel went and poured out his bowl on the earth, and harmful and painful sores came upon the people who bore the mark of the beast and worshiped its image.” Rev. 16:2.

Just saying!

📈 A narrative pivot quietly popped last week, and worldwide corporate media outlets finally began to wrestle with the obvious excess deaths problem, all around the same time, for some reason.

The Week ran an article earlier this month headlined, “Non-Covid Excess Deaths: Why Are They Rising?” The article reported that the latest British government figures show excess deaths up +17% — but only +2% are covid-related. The UK Telegraph’s health editor said the numbers call for “an urgent investigation into what is behind the excess mortality.”

She also pointed out things are getting worse, not better. “[O]verall deaths [are] rising even though Covid deaths have been falling.” A UK Spectator data analyst observed that, strangely, AT-HOME deaths make up the largest cohort: the number of at-home deaths is +31.5% above the five-year average, compared with +12.1% above average in hospitals and +10.3% in care homes.

In other words, it’s mostly healthy people who are dying. Dying suddenly, before they can get to the hospital. For some reason.

Overall, “some 13,000 people more than average” have died at home so far this year in England and Wales, reported Spectator data analyst Michael Simmons. That’s a lot of people. Again, it’s mostly healthy folks: “In hospitals though it’s 7,200 below average and there have been 3,649 fewer in care homes too.”

British experts are baffled. Of course. They speculated that maybe the excess deaths could be related to high prices, or a lack of access to healthcare services, or possibly chronic stress and sedentary lifestyles from lockdowns. One doctor quoted for the story explained, “the reasons behind these horrific numbers are complicated and none of us fully understand them, so that is exactly why there should be an urgent and comprehensive government inquiry.”

It’s a nice sentiment, but I’m guessing there WON’T be an urgent and comprehensive government inquiry, for some reason. And, maybe the reason is because it’s NOT actually complicated. Maybe there’s a simple explanation that nobody wants to talk about.

My vote is for the investigation. Who’s with me?

🦘 In highly-jabbed Australia, around the exact same time earlier this month, ABC News Australia ran a story headlined, “Australians Living Longer but With More Chronic Disease, COVID ‘Excess Deaths’ Jump: National Health Report.”

The article begins with this sobering statement: “Life expectancy rates in Australia are continuing to rise but almost half of us are living with a chronic health condition.”

Half. Half of Australians are living with chronic health conditions? Can that be right?

The latest government mortality report found “that although Australia fared relatively well during the first two years of the pandemic, the country’s rate of ‘excess mortality’ — or deaths above the historical average — jumped substantially in 2022.”

Weird. The jabs were supposed to PROTECT against serious illness and death. Now half of Australians have chronic medical conditions and excess deaths are off the charts. Baffling!

And it seems to be getting worse, not better. The most recent periods are also the deadliest: “There was a marked change in January and February 2022, with 3,105 more deaths than expected in those two months alone.”

💉 Also, Cyprus, July 3rd:

💉 Also, New Zealand, July 3rd:

💉 Also, the Phillippines, June 27th:

💉 And, Scotland. Yesterday, the UK Times ran a story headlined, “Poorly Scotland Facing Deadliest Year on Record.” It reports that “suicides [are] up by at least a quarter [coupled with] a big rise in fatal heart conditions.”

Fatal heart conditions. Weird. Weird AND baffling.

💉 While it hasn’t broken into corporate media in the U.S. — not yet — some organizations are starting to notice the excess deaths problem here at home. The National Bureau of Economic Research published a report in late June titled, “Non-Covid Excess Deaths, 2020-21: Collateral Damage of Policy Choices?”

“From April 2020 through at least the end of 2021, Americans died from non-Covid causes at an average annual rate 97,000 in excess of previous trends. Hypertension and heart disease deaths combined were elevated 32,000.”

Again, we see that it’s healthier people who are more affected:

“Mortality from all causes during the pandemic was elevated +26 percent for working-age adults (18-64), as compared to +18 percent for the elderly.”

Public companies in the U.S. are required to publish quarterly and annual financial reports. They are doing their best to obscure the data, but the life insurance figures are continuing to look grim. For example, various non-corporate media sources reported that the U.S.’s fifth-largest life insurance provider, Lincoln National, reported +163% claims payouts for 2021:

2019: $500,888,808

2020: $547,940,260

2021: $1,445,350,949

Lincoln’s annual financial report cited “non-pandemic-related morbidity” and “unusual claims adjustments” to explain losses from its group life insurance business. Other public life insurance providers are also strangely down, “unexpectedly.” For example, an recent analyst’s report on life insurance giant Reinsurance Group of America (RGA) wonders about RGA’s mysterious revenue losses:

“Looking at its three-year median payout ratio of 29% (or a retention ratio of 71%) which is pretty normal, Reinsurance Group of America’s declining earnings is rather baffling as one would expect to see a fair bit of growth when a company is retaining a good portion of its profits. It looks like there might be some other reasons to explain the lack in that respect. For example, the business could be in decline.”

Baffling. I suppose there MIGHT be “some other reasons.” Who knows? It’s a mystery. Oh well!

🔥 We need to talk about the heat wave. First, check out this op-ed published in the New York Times late last week:

While you’re thinking about that, consider this headline from Indian news:

Weird. Low-jabbed Indians and Pakistanis aren’t dying from the stress of the high summer heat. Unlike high-jabbed Europeans.

🔥 Before you consider the corporate media’s narrative that “climate change” is overheating the planet and killing everybody by causing blood clots and strokes, take a look at these headlines.

Breaking news from 1921, from the New York Herald:

But the most under-reported news that corporate media isn’t telling you is that the Sun is casting huge tendrils of solar winds toward the Earth right now, to the point that even satellites are having to move out of the way just to survive. From the European Space Agency’s website last Thursday:

After reporting that its “Swarm” satellite narrowly dodged some space junk while relocating, the ESA said:

“Now a crucial step in the spacecraft’s ongoing journey to safer skies has to be quickly rescheduled, as violent solar activity related to the ramping up of the solar cycle warps Earth’s atmosphere and threatens to drag it down out of orbit…”

It suggested the Sun’s “violent” and unexpected solar activity could even be strong enough to “kill” satellites:

Wait, the Sun is killing satellites? Our Sun is entering a very active part of its ‘solar cycle’ right now. This activity is increasing the density of Earth’s upper atmosphere.”

Here’s a picture of the solar activity in question:

It’s SO weird that the world would be experiencing a violent and unexpected heat wave right now, huh? Plus, since the Sun is spinning, that solar ‘arm’ is moving even closer to Earth. It’s predicted they will cross paths sometime this evening around 8:00 EST. Nobody knows what will happen.

I keep telling you guys it seems like we’re living through the Book of the Revelation: “And the fourth angel poured out his bowl on the sun, and it was granted to it to burn up people with fire. And people were burned up by the great heat, and they blasphemed the name of God[.]” Rev. 16:8–9.

See? It’s hot as Hades. Literally.

🔥 Finally, for some reason the Russians are getting prickly about the weapons we’re providing Ukraine, in particular our high-tech HIMARS missile systems. Yesterday, Reuters ran a story headlined, “Russia’s Medvedev: Attack on Crimea Will Ignite ‘Judgment Day’ Response.”

Judgment Day. That doesn’t sound too good. Reuters explained:

“[Russian President Medvedev’s] comments were aired a day after a Ukrainian official suggested that Crimea, which most of the world still recognizes as part of Ukraine, could be a target for U.S.-made HIMARS missiles, recently deployed by Kyiv as it battles Russian forces.”

The trouble is the U.S.-supplied HIMARS missiles can reach Russian targets in Crimea, which Russia considers part of its national territory. But Ukrainian officials are saying they think Crimean targets are fair game because Russia is staging weapons and supplies in Crimea for use in Ukraine. So, fair’s fair.

But Medvedev just said that an attack in Crimea WILL ignite Judgment Day.

Now connect this dot: yesterday, Russia launched its brand-new super-gigantic, high-tech nuclear submarine, the Belgorod. It includes a number of unique features, like 2 megaton nuclear drone torpedoes that can race around at 130 miles per hour. Torpedos, not missiles. The torpedoes are designed to explode UNDER WATER with the force of 10,000 Hiroshima’s, creating a massive tsunami.


See those massive torpedo holes on the front of the sub? Those holes launch the Poseidon nuclear drone torpedos, which are named after the mythical god who controlled the seas. Some news reports estimate a tidal wave created by an underwater 2-megaton nuclear explosion could be up to a third of a mile high. Thus, the six torpedoes can target six coastal cities, like, say, Washington D.C., effectively wiping them off the face of the Earth in an hour — or less — with an unstoppable tsunami that would destroy or bury every single nuclear bunker along with every other above-ground structure.

If the launching of the Belgorad isn’t a message to Washington about Crimea, HIMARS, and Judgment Day, then I don’t know what else they would have to say to make it clear they mean business. Joe Biden, on the other hand, is a neurologically-impaired monkey playing with a box of unstable, torpedo-shaped hand grenades.

I have to give you one more, to round out today’s theme, and then I promise I’m done: “And one powerful angel picked up a stone like a great millstone and threw it into the sea, saying, ‘In this way Babylon the great city will be thrown down with violence, and will never be found again!’” Rev. 18:21.

I’d guess that a 1,700-foot tsunami could throw down Babylon, or any other city, with violence so that it would never be found again.

See? It’s like we’re now IN the book. That’s not a good sign. If you’re doing it right, where you want to be is NOT in the Book of the Revelation. That’s where politicians are SUPPOSED to keep us, OUTSIDE of the final book of the Bible.

I’m just a lawyer, not a reckless politician, but maybe — just maybe — somebody should consider de-escalating this whole Ukraine deal before something REALLY bad happens. I’m just saying. Don’t cancel me.

Have a marvelous Monday! I’ll see you back here tomorrow for more.


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