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We Must Never Forget, by Thorsteinn Siglaugsson

Thorsteinn Siglaugsson makes a persuasive case that the truth about Covid and the vaccines will win out, and is in fact already winning out. To his credit he caught on very early. From Siglaugsson at brownstone.org:

According to the UN, lockdowns are responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of children in the Third World. The disruption from school closures is leading to devastating outcomes for children. And as studies already show, lockdowns hardly had any effect on deaths from Covid-19, while they are surely to a large part responsible for the spike in excess deaths from other causes.

Now, when the attempts at slowing or stopping the spread of the virus, either through lockdowns or vaccination have failed, and it has become endemic, it is time to move on. But it is not time to forget. For if we forget we are in a danger of repeating this horrifying experiment.

In short, the situation is this: Information about the failure of lockdowns is slowly emerging. More and more information on the catastrophes caused by them is leaking out, even making it into the mainstream media now. People are starting to feel on their own skin the economic consequences and attempts at pinning all that on the war in Ukraine are doomed to fail.

Even if the majority of the vaccinated may still hang on to their belief that the vaccination did something for them, the spiking excess mortality and the obvious failure of the vaccines to prevent transmission are really too clear to be denied. And now it even turns out the original claims of efficacy were based on a falsification of data.

At the same time, most people have become complicit in the lockdown and vaccination narrative. They have repeated the mantras so often they themselves have become stakeholders; it is now their narrative also, which means changing opinion is difficult. It is hard to admit having been fooled, especially when you‘ve taken an active part in fooling others also. And if you‘ve been active in ostracizing your unvaccinated friends and relatives, there may even be no way back for you.

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Covid Rivals All the Horrors of History, and Now “We Have a Nation to Rebuild and a World to Save.” By Peter and Ginger Breggin

To rebuilt a nation and save the world is going to require integrity, courage, and moral clarity, all of which the Covid travesty revealed to be in short supply. From Peter and Ginger Breggin at rescue.substack.com:

An investigative journalist-author weeps for the pandemic’s genocidal corruption by U.S. and world governments she exposed, but says, “Where there is life, there is hope.”

Statue of Liberty - Lady Liberty Painting by Patricia Awapara | Fine Art  America
Statue of Liberty – Lady Liberty is a painting by Patricia Awapara, a Peruvian-born American artist who paints by allowing herself to “let go and trust my intuition,” she says. “If all comes together, the result is an artwork that surprises me, filled with exciting and contrasting hues, saturated with joy and free-flowing essence that elevates my Spirit. My purpose is to ignite positive emotions, not only within me, but also in anyone who comes across my work.” 

Definition of cognitive dissonance: psychological conflict resulting from incongruous beliefs and attitudes held simultaneously.

When I walked our two dogs today, the sun was shining. There is a robin nesting on top of our porch light, right outside our front door. Half of a vivid turquoise eggshell lies below the nest, and I’ve seen a parent arrive with a fat green grub for a newly hatched baby. Fluffy white clouds—the products of our nearby Finger Lakes—float across the blue sky.

What is in front of my eyes is utterly normal. This glowing scene brings a surge of memories. Picnics and walking barefoot on the lawn. Fourth of July celebrations and the sun warming my head like a benediction. Children chasing bubbles with dogs running joyfully through the green grass.

Meanwhile, awareness of danger and the knowledge I carry are churning in my mind. I look at this gorgeous summer day, and tears spring to my eyes. I have spent the last two and a half years trying to look around the next corner by synthesizing and analyzing all the data I can gather, from the science, medicine, psychology, economics, human behavior, history, cultural norms, current events, and the crowdsourcing of social media and through consumption of the evaluations and analyses pouring forth from minds greater than mine, through books, reports, research, Substacks, interviews, presentations, and media events.

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Does Fauci Bear Any Responsibility? He Says No, by Jayanta Bhattacharya and Martin Kulldorff

Fauci may say no, but an objective court of law would probably say otherwise. From Jayanta Bhattacharya and Martin Kulldorff at brownstone.org:

With millions of Americans getting infected and over 800,000 reported COVID-19 deaths, most people now realize that Washington’s pandemic policies failed. Lockdowns just postponed the inevitable while causing enormous collateral damage on cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, tuberculosis, mental health, education and much else.

So, the blame game is in full swing. At a recent Senate hearing, Dr. Anthony Fauci did not even attempt to defend his policies. Instead, he insisted that: “Everything that I have said has been in support of the CDC guidelines.”

Dr. Fauci, as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), has worked closely with the two CDC directors, Drs. Robert Redfield and Rochelle Walensky, throughout the pandemic, but he is now laying the responsibility on them. He did the same with his former boss, shortly after Dr. Francis Collins resigned as director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Dr. Collins fiercely defended Fauci throughout the pandemic. In October 2020, the Great Barrington Declaration criticized Fauci’s lockdown strategy, calling for focused protection of high-risk older people while letting children go to school and young adults live near-normal lives. A few days later, Collins—a geneticist with little public health experience—wrote an email to Fauci suggesting a “take down” of the declaration, and characterizing its Harvard, Oxford and Stanford authors as “fringe epidemiologists.” Fauci agreed with his boss, but when asked about the incident at the recent Senate hearing, he responded that it “was an email from Dr. Collins to me.”

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