‘Utterly twisting data’ — in other words Pfizer has been fraudulent to make billions of dollars for themselves. Jacindaland Ministry of Health authorities must have known all this, so who was behind this fraud here? Bloomfield?
This seems like a good place for Jacindanistas to visit as true to her ideology, her government is steadily replacing democracy with unelected authoritarian rule by favoured elites.
by Philip Reynolds of fee.org
In the heart of Washington, D.C., behind the doors of a building not unlike the others with which it shares a block, lies a most visceral testament to the horrors of communism—a political ideology still all too dominant in the world today.
The new museum, from the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, has been in the works for many years. It opened to the public on Monday.
Entering it is like walking into a vault. Or possibly a tomb. Passing by a wall with large, embossed words reading, “REMEMBERING the victims of Communism,” the space quickly darkens and narrows.
Pictures and small video screens containing images of regimes and victims alike emblazon it, evoking a somber tone. Beyond those images, on a larger screen, a six-minute film lays out the rise of Vladimir Lenin and the Soviet Union as a communist power.
The room then funnels visitors into the world of the gulag. Here, there are artifacts from the notorious Soviet prison camps, physical remnants of the millions of Russians who passed through them. In one case sits a teddy bear and next to it a “valenki”—a felt boot that shod gulag prisoners.
There’s also a replica of “black bread,” an oblong, charcoal-colored loaf that gulag prisoners relied on for sustenance. Small measurements show how much of a loaf would be doled out as rations to each prisoner, depending on their docility or misbehavior.
From 1934 to 1947, an estimated 10 million were sent to the camps. Another estimate puts fatalities between 1.2 million and 1.7 million from 1918 to 1956.
An informational panel explains how Josef Stalin, the longest reigning leader of the Soviet Union, intentionally used a famine to starve more than 3 million Ukrainians in 1932 and 1933. Some estimate the death toll reached 7 million.
In total, the museum estimates, more than 100 million have been killed under communist regimes in the past 100 years.
On one wall runs a film, a slideshow of simple, hand-drawn images depicting the hardship of life in gulags, prisons, and work camps from communist regimes around the world. The images were etched by the survivors. Testimonies of what other survivors witnessed while imprisoned are read aloud as the images scroll.
“Every case where [communism] has been tried, it leads to mass atrocities,” Ambassador Andrew Bremberg, the president and CEO of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, told me. “Truly, the worst examples of human suffering in history in terms of the most brutal, mass-murdering regimes.”
A broader scope of the suffering is played out in the museum’s largest space. There, a film animates the history of communism’s spread across the globe, detailing which nations fell to it. In one corner, the number of fatalities under communism, as well as those subjugated by it, rolls ever upward.
Informational panels throughout the museum detail specific atrocities, such as Pol Pot’s genocide of the Cambodian people, which wiped out 25% of the population of the Southeast Asian nation, and Mao Zedong’s failure in collectivizing China’s agriculture, resulting in a famine that killed anywhere from 20 million to 43 million people.
Juxtaposed to those are stories—written out and accompanied by photographs—of resistance to communism, ranging from peaceful demonstrations to armed uprisings: the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, the Prague Spring of 1968, and the Tiananmen Square massacre of 1989 in Beijing, to name a few.
Another recommended museum for Jacindanistas is the Terror Haza in Budapest.
by Guy Hatchard
Jacinda Ardern, who has escaped the continuing restrictions in New Zealand to visit Europe and speak at NATO, has met with her counterparts in France and Spain to suggest a global alliance to combat disinformation. Ardern spoke to them about the New Zealand capital grounds riot and played to her gullible audience by suggesting the threat to social cohesion and public health in New Zealand society was originating in Russia and might result in war.
Ardern has had talks with President Macron which reportedly included disinformation. I am not sure that the events in Wellington would have qualified as a riot in France. There were no molotov cocktails of the kind you see in the frequent French protests, mostly people were playing music, engaging in conversations, and enjoying camping out, whilst standing up for their rights—something legally allowed in New Zealand. I suspect that Macron probably relied on Ardern as his ‘one source of truth’ when it came to descriptions of NZ riots (??)
How is it possible that our lame duck prime minister can swan about in the military circles of Europe making outrageous claims about New Zealand society without being challenged by our press? Quite the reverse, Stuff newspaper seemed to enjoy reporting Ardern’s sensational characterisations of NZ protests.
It seems to me that many of the world’s current leaders are busy winding each other up with more and more outrageous exaggerations which only serve to up the fear factor among themselves. They are victims of disinformation, but it appears to be of their own making—acting like villagers rushing about in a panic when someone shouts out ‘snake’ when they have only seen a rope.
In such a panicked atmosphere, it is hard to strike up a rational conversation with our politicians. All parties have firmly closed the door to two-way communication with their constituents on pandemic policy. Public information has become limited to a succession of carefully-crafted, government-approved sound bites, which fade rapidly together into an aggregation of false interpretations and assumptions which inevitably take root in our social psyche.
We are daily schooled to be afraid. We are in the middle of a pandemic (??), which is clearly now milder than flu, promoting a vaccine (??) which doesn’t work and causes severe adverse effects. We are religiously trained to wear masks which studies show don’t work, whose constant use is proven to cause headaches and respiratory defects. Our every move is being tracked by Apps which collect our personal data that can and are being misused.
For almost a year now I have been writing at the HatchardReport.com long format refutations of disinformation being promoted by our government. I have consistently referenced my work to published scientific work in learned journals. Unfortunately solid information in the modern age has become fleeting and quickly forgotten.
No sooner have you shot down one canard such as the effectiveness of mRNA vaccines (they are not effective and don’t deserve the name vaccine) through reference to many studies, than a government advertising campaign starts up, as it did this week, telling the public in 30 seconds that mRNA vaccination provides greater protection than anything (yes anything) natural immunity can provide. Clearly the government’s advertising copywriters did not read this British Medical Journal article and couldn’t care less about the truth.
It is a rather one sided battle if the government has paid the media to report their false story and exclude your referenced discussion. It becomes an organised campaign to deceive the public when the referenced work of scientists is labelled disinformation likely to start a war by our prime minister. The absurdity should make us laugh, but the depth of modern psychological propaganda is being exploited to the full. It is no longer a laughing matter.
The Hatchard Report is available as a record and referenced source of science reporting intended to alert the public to the risks of novel biotechnology. Our public health authorities have never informed us honestly about the long term risks. Despite the effective collapse of early evidence compiled and widely publicised by Pfizer PR campaigns, our government has doubled down on mRNA vaccine use. Apparently our health czars have decided to follow the government and ignore the accumulating evidence of harm. It can’t be ignored any longer. They have to stand up to the government disinformation storm.
Last week I reported on a paper co-authored by Prof. Sander Greenland, perhaps one of the most experienced statisticians/epidemiologists in the world. He found a 50% increase in serious adverse events in the vaccinated compared to the unvaccinated group in the Pfizer trial. The authors point out that this finding is consistent with the findings of pharmacovigilance databases in Europe and the U.S. They also show that the risk of these adverse outcomes exceeds any possible benefit from reduced Covid-19 hospitalization.
Another article along the same lines is a case-control study from France, which found an 8-fold increase in myocarditis after the 2nd Pfizer injection, compared to millions of controls from the French population.
This is consistent with findings in other areas of the world. For example, a recent study of myocarditis & pericarditis from Hong Kong, found a rate of myopericarditis of 37 per 100,000. This is equivalent to 1 case per 2,700 male adolescents injected with dose 2 of Pfizer mRNA vaccine.
There are always going to be many unknowns associated with evolving scientific assessment, but there is accumulating evidence of substantial harm from the Pfizer injection which is accruing from several independent sources.
The long term risks should not and cannot be hidden from the public any longer. Nor should the government be allowed to continue making false assertions of safety and efficacy contrary to scientific fact. The misleading saturation advertising and the public posturing of our prime minister has become a scandal and an embarrassment to our nation.
by Roger Childs
How the mighty have fallen
!2 months ago in England New Zealand beat India to claim the title of world test champions. This week they reflect on losing 0-3 to England in a series where they had chances of winning each test. For example in the second test in Nottingham, they batted first and scored 553 – a very good total in anyone’s book – but ended up losing the match by five wickets.
Then in the third test have made 329 and with superb bowling by Boult they had the English reeling at 6/55. Danger men Root and Stokes were in the pavilion and a very handy first innings lead beckoned for the Kiwis. But they were one top bowler short and the team took the foot off the English throat and a 241 run partnership between Jonny Bairstow (162) and Jamie Overton (97) gave the home side the initiative.
A coaching revolution
Eyebrows were raised in both New Zealand and England when former opener and captain of the Black Caps, Brendan McCullum was appointed coach of the English team. It has proved to be a master stroke. McCullum was well known for his aggressive batting at the top of the New Zealand order and his positive “go for it” attitude as captain. There is something unnerving for opening pace bowlers when the batsmen at the other end comes charging down the wicket and hits you into the stand. More often than not the Baz approach paid off.
Certainly for the England team in 2022 McCullum has been a breath of fresh air and he has instilled in the players that element of risk-taking needed to win, sometimes against the odds. His impact was especially evident in the batting of Jonny Bairstow who hit aggressive centuries in the second and third tests.
Captain Joe Root got into the spirit of things with positive leadership on the field and after the humiliation of the 4-0 drubbing in the 2021–2022 Ashes series against Australia he was delighted to be leading a winning team. His batting also improved and his two centuries contributed to his award of “man of the series”.
Ajaz (Patel) is our number one spinner. –Captain Kane Williamson
Whereas New Zealand was a bowler short in the third test and should have played Patel, McCullum picked slow left-armer Jack Leach in the England team and the spinner proceeded to take five wickets in each innings. (Cricket fans will recall that Patel took all 10 wickets in India’s second innings late last year. Only two other players in the history of the game have achieved the feat.)
Out-played and out-coached
The Black Caps did have some bad luck. Speedster Kyle Jamieson took six wickets at an average of 27.50 if the first test before getting injured. Then in the second test skipper Kane Williamson couldn’t play because of covid. But the coach and captain did not do the best job in filling the gaps. Instead of playing the versatile Neil Wagner in the second test Matt Henry was preferred. He was hit all the round the park often because he bowled too short and wide. He ended up with just two wickets at an average of 97.50!
Unfortunately the often reliable Black Caps top order was out of form. Opener Tom Latham only got one good score – in the second innings of the Leeds test. Will Young, Kane Williamson, Devon Conway and Henry Nicholls also did not fire consistently.
However two players down the order were outstanding and had a number of excellent partnerships.
- Daryl Mitchell, son of the former All Black coach John Mitchell, scored 538 runs at an average of 107.60. (The highest aggregate and average in either team.)
- Tom Blundell netted 383 for an average of 76.60.
As for the Black Caps Caps bowlers, Trent Boult was head and shoulders above the rest and took 16 wickets for 28.93.
Looking ahead it might time for the Black Caps to get a new coach. Mc Cullum showed what a new broom could do for the English.
But, as in Jacindaland, it’s a good time to be a burglar as police don’t bother investigating them.
Vladimir Putin’s landmark speech on 10 February 2007 at 43rd Munich Security Conference where he openly criticized the US for its striving for a unipolar world, its unrestrained use of force and its disdain for international law.
For the first time since the end of the Cold War he made clear that Russia does not intend to fit in this kind of world order.
Despite his criticism, Putin didn’t seek confrontation but called for a new partnership on a fair basis.
The Western mainstream media, however, distorted his speech and portrayed it as a malicious attack.
Watch and judge for yourself.
Most people plant their gardens with little thought as to what plants grow well together. The secret to an amazing garden, though? Companion planting!
Companion planting not only takes nutrient uptake into consideration, but it also brings into account crop protection, pest management and positive hosting (aka. increasing the population of beneficial insects that will help manage your harmful pest population).
For this very reason I created an interactive companion planting chart that will help you plant the perfect garden (and maybe even make your neighbors a little jealous!). But before we get into that, we need to understand what companion planting is, and why it works so successfully! […]
The Dear Leader of Jacindaland visited BlackRock on her recent trip to New York: given how little BlackRock cares about things Dear Leader pretends she does, you have to ask why.
As homeowners become involuntary renters, the homeowners who are left will end up subsidizing those rents. From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com: Why are billion-dollar “capital” entities like BlackRock buying up hundreds of millions of dollars of formerly privately owned homes? It may be possible to divine the answer by looking at another number:
The millions of people on the cusp of being evicted from the places they rent.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are some 6.7 million of these people – who’ve had their rents increase by $250 per month, on average. The majority of these people earn less than $25,000 annually – and all of them have had the buying power of whatever they earn reduced by about 15 percent, via what is styled “inflation,” in order to make the victims of it think that the things they need to buy or pay for (like rent) cost more. In fact, their money just buys – and pays for – less.
Many of these renters have had their rent subsidized as part of what was styled “pandemic” relief,” an odd way of putting it since the “pandemic” didn’t force anyone to stop working (or hiring workers).
Rather, it was the government that did it. […]