I'd more or less expected news today from the SCOTUS regarding the AZ election law case. No word yet, although we may yet hear. In the meantime ...
Some might wonder how Robert Malone tweeting out a Michael Yeadon interview qualifies as news. Here's why in a nutshell:
Robert W Malone, MD
Inventor of mRNA vaccines and RNA as a drug, Bench to Bedside vaccines and biologics consulting.
Malone is a very big name in the field of mRNA vaccines. He also happens to be an outspoken critic of the current run of vaccines as well as of the government agencies that are either not compiling or not releasing the data that would allow for truly valid risk assessments. For example:
Why #vaccine safety & efficacy aren't known:— The Nation Speaks with @CindyDrukier (@NationSpeaksTNS) June 27, 2021
"FDA made a decision not to require the pharmaceutical companies to track this rigorously once emergency use authorization had been granted."
— @RWMaloneMD, inventor of mRNA technology
🔥WATCH on #EpochTV👉https://t.co/aUW53AMwIc pic.twitter.com/xo5EgMANrs
He has been censored for expressing his reservations, as well as for agreeing that the mortality and serious injury events associated with the vaccines have been significantly under recorded.
Michael Yeadon, on the other hand, was formerly head of research for Pfizer in the field of respiratory diseases--think, 'coronaviruses'. He has a doctorate in Biochemistry and his specific field of research expertise is in immunology. Yeadon, in partnership with Sucharit Bhakdi, has led efforts of scientists who are concerned about the safety risks of the current Covid vaccines.
In the interview that I'll link below Yeadon speaks at some length (about 50 minutes) about all those safety concerns and goes on to engage in what he himself admits he might--until recently--have dismissed as "conspiracy theories" regarding the origin and purposes of Covid. Therefore, when someone like Malone endorses this Yeadon interview as "Well reasoned, eloquent", one tends to sit up and take notice. For non-scientists Malone's endorsement of what the mainstream would consider controversial views (Yeadon speaks of his respect for Doris Cahill, for example) is meaningful. Yeadon speaks at length of his fears that a vax regime could lead to a form of biological totalitarianism, and suggests that this could have been the purpose of the Covid induced panic.
Here's Malone's tweet:
In case you have not seen it. Well reasoned, eloquent.— Robert W Malone, MD (@RWMaloneMD) June 27, 2021
Michael Yeadon Interview - Former Pfizer VP Speaks Out On Dangers Of mRNA Vaccines & COVID Illusionhttps://t.co/KoN5UVClB1
Michael Yeadon Interview - Former Pfizer VP Speaks Out On Dangers Of mRNA Vaccines & COVID Illusion
by The Last American Vagabond
Publication date 2021-04-11
Joining us today is Pfizer's former Vice President and Chief Scientist for Allergy and Respiratory, Michael Yeadon, here to discuss his expert opinion on the topics of COVID-19, mRNA vaccine technology, as well as suppression and outright censorship of medical and scientific experts.
Malone was on the Glenn Beck Show today. Fascinating & illuminating hour. Think I heard Glenn’s bringing him back tomorrow.ReplyDelete
Something dirty is afoot.
Wait, what? Dirty? How so?Delete
Tangential: I cannot understand how BitChute hasn't copied obvious user-friendly functionality like skip forward (they have skip backward but not forward??) and don't have any playback speeds between 1x and 2x? When I was a SW product manager we stole good ideas hand over fist from as many competitors as we could. I mean, what the heck?ReplyDelete
If you didn’t want to pay another company for their custom control (a thing like a fancy dancy list view), you did it yourself.Delete
Lot’s of code out there even for new controls.
If you go to full screen or picture in picture, the jump forward option is there. Rumble is sort of the opposite, btw: it offers forward in half-screen but both directions m full and p-in-p.Delete
A little OT but here we go …ReplyDelete
Scott Johnson links to this FDD article (link below) which quotes Iran’s new president as saying, back in the Green Revolution days when Iranians were protesting the fraudulent presidential election of 2009,
“Those who have proposed the elections were fraudulent and created doubt in the public’s mind have undoubtedly committed a grave crime and naturally will have to answer for the crime they have committed.”
Listening again to the Yeadon interview I am horrified by the idea of parents in the UK who face forced injections of their young children. What would I do? I'd be tempted to flee the country and ask for some kind of asylum (in Florida?) from this Mengele like medical torture. I suppose an alternative would be to feign conversion to Islam and then claim injections violate my religion (since playing the Islam card is about the only one that works against these fiends)ReplyDelete