Dr. Mark Geier exposes the FLU VACCINE FRAUD. He is not anti-vaccines, but he is anti-flu shots. His reasoning is accurate and reveals the obvious collusion between drug companies, the FDA and CDC. Dr. Geier is an MD and has a PhD in genetics and spent 10 years working at the National Institute of Health. He was a genetics professor at John Hopkins University and is also the author of over 150 peer-reviewed publications.
Dr. Geier worked on vaccine safety and efficacy for more than 30 years and was one of only four scientists that worked to replace the DTP vaccine that caused every child to become sick with a high fever at the time of vaccination. The revised DTAP vaccine, which is a more purified vaccine minus many of the dangerous adjuvuncts and now causes illness due to fever in only 3% of those vaccinated. Still, I would suggest we all stay clear of vaccines that weaken the immune system and have thimerisol, formaldehyde and other neurotoxins that cause disease…
… In a day when half the US population remained transfixed by the ongoing revelations about the contents of Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell” and the other half was doing everything in its power to ignore the news which the socials have conveniently been desperate to censor, a far less noticed but perhaps just as important investigative report authored by the unknown Typhoon Investigations, was released by Christopher Balding, Associate Professor at Peking University HSBC School of Business Shenzhen, China and also Bloomberg contributor (which is odd considering the clear anti-Trump bias of the Bloomberg media empire) exposing Biden activities in China which “the press has simply refused to cover”, and which reveals “how Biden was compromised by the Communist Party of China.”
In a series of tweets around noon on Thursday, Balding said that he had really “not wanted to do this but roughly 2 months ago I was handed a report about Biden activities in China the press has simply refused to cover. I want to strongly emphasize I did not write the report but I know who did.”
For two months I have worked on behalf of my colleague to ensure that this report helped others report on the documented evidence of Biden activities with regards to China. I want to emphasize a couple of things about my own involvement.
First, I did not write the report and I am not responsible for the report. I have gone over the report with a fine tooth comb and can find nothing factually wrong with the report. Everything is cited and documented. Arguably the only weakness is that we do not have internal emails between Chinese players or the Chinese and Bidens that would make explicit what the links clearly imply.
Second, I will not be disclosing the individual who did write this report. They have very valid reasons to fear for both their personal safety and professional risks…
… As you watch this video from Biden’s campaign today it is important to remember state government officials have already moved to define “essential businesses” and “essential workers” during the forced shut-downs. That is going to become a bigger issue downstream; however, for now just watch closely what Joe Biden is saying here:
The Dept of Transportation would be the agency enforcing a national interstate transit mask requirement…
… This comes as a response to the uptick in 911 calls made by individuals who call to report innocuous behavior or non-criminal behavior for what appears to be discriminatory reasons. The supervisors cited distrust and anxiety in minority communities and strain on law enforcement as the reasons for passing the act. They said they wanted to create a pathway for the people falsely accused to seek redress and to dissuade people from calling 911 unless necessary…
Fresh from labelling perfectly simple math as “misinformation”, based on complete lies, Facebook is now showing our potential readers another false warning.
This time it’s claiming OffGuardian “may be associated with dangerous content”. Specifically they mean QAnon, which they describe as a “dangerous conspiracy movement” which “inspires violence” according to “experts”:
Regardless of whether or not this is an honest description of QAnon (and it’s not), we are not now, and never have been “associated” with it. In any way. At all. Ever.
In fact QAnon has been mentioned in a grand total of 7 times in the roughly 4000 articles we have published. Four times to say they were mistaken, three times simply saying they exist.
Our criticism of this decision would be the only even faintly positive mention of QAnon we have ever made:
And this – this EXACT situation – is the reason we objected. This is the reason everyone should object. Because censorship spreads. It is subtle, quiet and contagious – and it must be opposed, on principle. Always.
You should oppose censoring the malicious the vulgar or the offensive. The ignorant, the ill-informed and the insane.
Government power thrives on precedent, and once you have ceded “It’s OK to censor X“, the state will simply start changing what words mean until they can claim all their critics said X. Subtle alterations to attitudes and social norms will twitch things around until Y and Z = X.
Bespectacled fascists in inoffensive sweaters will right cloying opinion pieces about how “A, B and C are all just one step from X“. D will be an “X enabler” and E will be “dog whistling to Xs in the comment section”.
And since they can silence people, protests and defenses will never be heard. After all, “we can’t have X sympathisers on social media”.
A lot of what QAnon says is misguided or foolish. But if you let them get banned, then all Facebook has to do is say “A is associated with QAnon” and then A is gone too.
Facebook has wasted no time in illustrating our point for us.
You have to protect all speech, not because everything is worth saying, but because you need to keep the power to silence people out of the hands of those who would abuse it.
First they came for the QAnons. Then they changed what “QAnon” meant. And they came for the QAnons again.
… A tranche of emails, text messages and photos, allegedly taken from a hard drive that belonged to the former vice president’s son and published by the New York Post, have been dismissed by many media outlets as “unverified” and potentially even “Russian disinformation.” Twitter even blocked the link to the original story. But now a man claiming to be a recipient of one of the leaked emails, concerning a business partnership with a Chinese firm, has confirmed the authenticity of the message, dated May 13, 2017…