I find it interesting that two of the most forced vaccinated industries, healthcare and airlines, are both now experiencing newspaper-worthy levels of staff shortages.
To be fair, there are compounding issues, like delayed care at hospitals and additional regulations for pilots, but I’d be curious to know stuff like:
# Staff out sick broken down by vax status;
Number of vaccinated staff who still got Covid vs. Ppl w/excemptions;
Absenteeism broken down by vaccination status/number of doses, etc.
I know people who work in Healthcare, and what I’m hearing on the ground is troubling, especially, it seems, lots of “weird neurological stuff.”
Skeptics of my position could argue this could be Covid-related, and it is possible, but since we HAVE DATA FOR THE VACCINES, especially given excess all-cause mortality rates from Israel and Australia (see here and here) correlating to vaccine administration not the disease, something is not adding up…
Here is a FDA report (PDF) that claims, according to this article:
“The clinical trials of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine found that the all-cause mortality rate of the vaccinated group was higher than that of the control group, months after the trials were launched, according to a recently released FDA report.
According to the report, which was released by the US Food and Drug Administration to provide background information on its August 2021 decision to grant full approval for the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine after offering limited emergency authorization of use in last December, six months after the vaccine’s clinical trial began, the total number of deaths reported in the vaccinated group was nearly one-quarter higher than the number of deaths in the placebo group.
The report emphasized that ‘None of the deaths were considered related to vaccination’.”
Strength in partnerships… I talk about my relationship with my husband, Louis Calitz, my switch to a keto diet and other lifestyle choices including quitting alcohol to get myself fighting fit for the future. Also: love, compassion and bitcoin! Take a look at this final part of the 3-part series.
Breaking the tax cap, pretending inflation isn’t affecting us all, and more!
The second in a three-part series, author, activist, attorney, Carla Gericke sits down with Eric Cervone of the Honest Offense to chart her life “From the Apartheid State to the Free State”. In this episode, we chat about Carla’s “Coming to America” story and her life as in-house counsel for Fortune 500 companies, and what happened after the dotcom bubble burst…
Do You Know What Manchester’s Budget Is and What You Are Getting For It? (Manch Talk 05/17/22)
This week, we go in-depth into Manchester’s upcoming City Budget. Tammy breaks down different parts and what we get for it… Tune in to learn more about how your very own environment works!
The first in a three-part series, author, activist, attorney, Carla Gericke sits down with Eric Cervone of Honest Offense to discuss her fascinating backstory, charting her life “From the Apartheid State to the Free State”. In this episode, Carla covers her early years and how she came to immigrate to the US (hint: it involves winning the Green Card lottery!).
Oooooof. It is going to get a lot worse before it gets better. Now out, a book called, “The Cult of the Constitution: The Deadly Devotion to Guns and Free Speech”.
Written by Mary Anne Franks, a professor at the University of Miami School of Law, who, last fall, penned a proposal for a “redo” of the First and Second Amendments in a Boston Globe op-ed:
“Speech and guns: two of the most contentious issues in America today, with controversies fueled not only by personal passions and identity politics but by competing interpretations of the Constitution. Perhaps more than any other parts of the Constitution, the First and Second Amendments inspire religious-like fervor in many Americans, with accordingly irrational results.As legal texts go, neither of the two amendments is a model of clarity or precision. More important, both are deeply flawed in their respective conceptualizations of some of the most important rights of a democratic society: the freedom of expression and religion and the right of self-defense. These two amendments are highly susceptible to being read in isolation from the Constitution as a whole and from its commitments to equality and the collective good. The First and Second Amendments tend to be interpreted in aggressively individualistic ways that ignore the reality of conflict among competing rights. This in turn allows the most powerful members of society to reap the benefits of these constitutional rights at the expense of vulnerable groups. Both amendments would be improved by explicitly situating individual rights within the framework of “domestic tranquility” and the “general welfare” set out in the Constitution’s preamble…”If you can stand it, read more HERE…
Franks’ suggestions are designed to subvert the individualistic nature of America and its Constitution, and she poorly argues that we should make our natural rights subject to “the common good.” In case you don’t understand why this is a bad idea, let me ask you this: Who decides what the “common good” is? Would the “common good” depend on who is in power at the time? Would it change every 2-4 years? Is there a magical definition? Of course not. Who deserves such power over another human? No one, that’s who.
Freedom means being free from someone else’s notion of what the “common good” is, because it is as unknowable as the billions and billions of humans on Earth. These illogical and irrational “thinkers” are again coming with their mumbo-jumbo nonsense to try to usher in an “equitable” (communist) future.
Fight this assault on our individual rights (our freedom) with every fibre of your uncommon being! Please and thank you.
This Facebook capture is from “This Day” in 2016, when it was being reported that conservative media was being censored by Facebook. For those who know me, I don’t have a particular skin in the game as to whether it is conservative or progressive voices (or anyone in between) being silenced… I have an issue with censorship per se. So, by the way, regardless of where you stand on the political spectrum, should YOU.
This week, we talk about the benefits of intermittent fasting, garden sales, and whether anything is allowed to follow logic and reason anymore…