Showing posts with label covid-19. Show all posts
Showing posts with label covid-19. Show all posts

Cops were called to a school bus after a 7-year-old autistic boy with a medical exception removed his mask.

Across the planet, governments are using their only tool — which is force, or the threat of — in a very futile try to fight COVID-19. Because the govt doesn't act on logic and reason and instead makes knee-jerk reactionary measures that nearly always end in loss of freedom, the citizens are growing weary of their actions. Children, who don't understand the complexity of such arbitrary dictates are hit the toughest when it involves issues like mandatory masks.

For people who are listening, the “experts” on the coronavirus are the entire opposite of consistent when it involves advising Americans on the way to react to the pandemic. Since the lockdowns began in March 2020, hypocrisy has been at the forefront and masks are on the most stage.

Despite little to no evidence of masks having sway on childhood COVID-19 transmission, schools across the country still force them to mask up at college — even outside on the playground. Children with autism, who have sensory issues, are hit hardest by this ridiculousness.

Illustrating just how ridiculous the dictatorship madness can get is that the following story out of Washington, D.C. As NBC Connecticut reports, a mother and dozens of concerned parents protested outside the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) in Washington, D.C. Wednesday night after police were called to a boy’s omnibus because the boy, who has autism, kept popping out his mask.

“I was hurt, like really hurt,” Chioma Oruh said about the instant police were called on her 7-year-old son, Jideofor or “Jedi,” after he kept removing his mask around the period of time ago, in step with the outlet.

According to Oruh, Jedi has multiple sensory issues thanks to his autism which is why he took off his mask on the bus.

“And he took the mask off on the bus because he includes a sensory processing condition, together with his autism,” Oruh said. “The trust I put in OSSE was just violated.”

Oruh said that last week, she put her two sons on the bus, both of whom have autism when she noticed it stopped just after rolling forward. She walked over to the bus to work out why it stopped and also the bus attendant told her Jedi kept beginning his mask.

The bus attendant told Oruh that her son’s refusal to wear a mask on the bus violated protocol and she or he must remove him. She refused, telling them she had a note from the doctor which excludes him from wearing a mask due to his autism. Oruh submitted the letter to the varsity district on March 11, weeks before this incident.

The note states her son Jedi “should not be excluded or sent home if he refuses to wear the mask as long as he remains symptom-free and has no known COVID contacts.”
After refusing to depart the bus, police were called, at which point Oruh pulled out her phone to start out recording.

“I was very annoyed. I used to be setting out to cry because I couldn’t believe how this happened,” Oruh said.

Luckily, nobody was arrested but the college district wasted no time blaming Oruh for the complete ordeal.

“An OSSE Division of Student Transportation driver entailed MPD support to assist de-escalate a situation during which a parent wouldn't leave a college bus, which was impairing the flexibility of the bus to move students to high schoolthe decision was made after the motive force and her dispatcher had been in conversation with the parent and there was disagreement about safety protocols for her child on the bus, and also the parent refused to go away the vehicle.”

However, Oruh explained she never entered the bus and he or she never started filming until after the police arrived. Also, she had submitted the letter to the varsity from the doctor which specifically stated Jedi didn't have to wear a mask because he has autism.

Oruh explained that situations like this one don't often end peacefully and other children with autism haven't been so lucky.

“Our children deserve health care interventions, right? therapeutic interventions,” Oruh said. “It’s bigger than my family, while it’s very personal to my household, and my children’s emotional health, and their sense of dignity. this is often not the worst possible outcome, scarily, and unfortunately, I purchase to kiss my baby to sleep. He’s still with me.”


3 logical fact-based issues to consider before taking the COVID-19 vaccine

 While the media resorts to accusing people of being “anti-vaxxers,” for not eager to take a fast-tracked coronavirus vaccine, and a few have gone thus far on even associate dissenters with being “anti-Semitic,” there are literally 3 very logical fact-based reasons why we must always question the protection of a coronavirus vaccine.

Multiple experts, including people who themselves actually administer vaccines, agree that fast-tracking a vaccine may be very dangerous.

According to immunologist and deputy editor of the journal Science Advances, Dr. Douglas J. Green, fast-tracking a vaccine could potentially be “catastrophic” and may not be rushed. He cites an example from 1966, during which two children actually died from an adverse reaction to a vaccine.

Two other historical examples that help maybe the potential danger of fast-tracking a vaccine, is that the Cutter incident from 1955 and therefore the mandatory flu vaccination campaign from 1976.

In 1955, 200,000 children received a polio vaccine from Cutter Laboratories which resulted in approximately 200 cases of paralysis and 10 deaths. In 1976, a compulsory vaccine campaign was imposed that likewise resulted in 53 deaths, and a comparatively high number of cases of Guillain Barre syndrome, which may likewise lead to permanent paralysis.

Normally, it takes around ten years to develop what's considered to be a “safe vaccine,” but now these Big Pharma/Vaccine companies — many of which are well-known for corruption and deceiving the general public concerning the hazards of their products — have produced a vaccine within a matter of months.

If that’s giant enough, the vaccine they're engaged in could be the latest technology, and new technologies generally involve new risks.

As I document in great detail in my 5-hour presentation, the large Pharma/Vaccine companies tasked with producing the coronavirus vaccine have terrible histories of consistent corruption and an untenable lack of ethics.

GlaxoSmithKline, the world’s most profitable vaccine manufacturer, for instanceencompasses a well-documented history of bribing doctors and health care officials. They’ve also experimented on vulnerable populations within us and Argentina and knowingly marketed dangerous products they knew to be dangerous. In Argentina, twelve of the youngsters died during their vaccine experimentations. the oldsters claim that they never gave their consent.

GSK is currently partnering with Sanofi to supply a coronavirus vaccine, which likewise includes a long history of bribery and corruption, and has more recently been charged with manslaughter because their drug Depakine was reportedly accountable for the deaths of 4 babies. they're also being prosecuted for misleading and false information about the drug.

Pfizer, who has already had its coronavirus vaccine approved within the UK, Canada, Bahrain, Kingdom of Saudi Arabiaand therefore u. s. too.

Like the aforementioned offenders, Pfizer also incorporates a long history of bribery and corruption and has likewise been caught experimenting on vulnerable segments of the population, both within us and Nigeria. In fact, during their experimentation in Nigeria, 11 children died, which the victims’ families say they never gave their actual consent for in the first place. Of course, Pfizer claims they did receive proper consent, but in line with diplomatic cables released by Wikileaks, the massive Pharma/Vaccine giant tried to blackmail the Nigerian government to forestall an investigation. This was also corroborated by an ex-employee.

Another company with an abysmal history of corruption, that has also been contracted to provide a coronavirus vaccine, is Johnson & Johnson.

Currently faced with several major lawsuits for fueling the opioid crisis within the US, Johnson & Johnson also includes a history of bribing doctors and officialdom. Even more disturbing still, a Reuters investigation found that J&J knowingly sold a powder product that they knew had asbestos in it, which causes mesothelioma, a rare type of cancer.

Along with Pfizer and another company tasked with producing a coronavirus vaccine named Astrazeneca, (see screenshot below) J&J is currently under investigation for helping fund terrorism in Iraq.

AstraZeneca corruption

According to Worldometers, a source trusted by governments around the world for statistics, 99.5% of active coronavirus cases worldwide are in “mild condition”.

When we take that into consideration, together with the actual fact that real-world studies show that anywhere between 25%-80% of infected people with COVID-19 don’t even know they need the virus — because they don’t even feel sick — the danger we collectively face from this disease is way further attenuated. In fact, to place this into perspective, the muse for Research on the civil right claims that children under the age of 15 are 6.83 to 20.07 times more likely to die of the flu or pneumonia than from this coronavirus, and in line with peer-reviewed research from Professor John Ioannidis on multiple countries during this pandemic, the danger of dying from COVID-19 for people under 65 is like the likelihood of dying in a very car accident whilst driving what would be considered a practical distance of travel.

It should even be said that getting vaccinated, historically speaking, doesn't guarantee immunity either, nor does it guarantee that we'll not spread the disease to others, and uncertainty that Pfizer’s chairman recently acknowledged in an interview.

In short, the authorities want us to require a fast-tracked vaccine, for a pestilence that's clearly not dangerous for the overwhelming majority of folks, and this vaccine doesn’t even guarantee that we won’t pass it on to others?

Please take a flash to logically consider that.

‘CommonPass’: New COVID-19 safety features Will Make fitness a Prerequisite for the journey

 Imagine standing at a TSA security checkpoint on your way home for the vacations. You’re preparing to travel through the awkward travel procedures instituted shortly after 9/11 when the Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) was created and aviation within us morphed into an exploration and seizure operation with the implied possibility of your detention and interrogation.

The initial outrage such expressions of implicit state violence caused timely eventually gave thanks to a begrudging acceptance. But now, a replacement layer of “security,” that would restrict freedom of movement even further, is being extended at several ports of entry in partnership with health technology industry leaders, academic institutions, and government health entities in additional than three dozen countries.

A new digital certificate called CommonPass, designed to function a clearance mechanism for passengers supported a health diagnosis underwent its first transatlantic test on October 21 under the watchful eye of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at Heathrow Airport in London. There, a gaggle of select participants commenced United flight 15 to Newark, New Jersey after being screened and tested for COVID-19 at the purpose of departure in an exceedingly largely ceremonial exercise that included initiative co-founders, Paul Meyer and Bradley Perkins.

The app’s first experiment passed with much fewer media fanfare last month on a Cathay Pacific Airways flight from city to Singapore and marked the start of the CommonPass pilot program launched by The Commons Project non-profit organization in-tandem with the planet Economic Forum.

Travel industry insiders claim that CommonPass will allow international travel resumes before a COVID-19 vaccine is formed widely available by applying standard methods for certification of lab results and vaccination records of travelers through the CommonPass Framework, supported criteria set by the governments of every port of entry.

A graphic from a Commons Project presser lays out the fundamentals of the CommonPass

J.D. O’Hara, CEO of 1 of the world’s largest travel services companies and one of the participants at Wednesday’s CommonPass tryout, hailed the app’s ability to “verify health

information in an exceedingly secure, verified manner,” while Roger Dow of the U.S. Travel Association released a press release praising it for paving a “way forward” for the world economy within the wake of the pandemic.

As the multi-sector, global response to the coronavirus tightens the noose around civil liberties, CommonPass stands out collectively of the foremost appalling and dangerous attacks on basic human rights within the name of public health and is rife with a possible for abuse so great, that it behooves us to seek out out more about the people and interests behind it.

In medieval times, the ‘commons’ denoted the de facto and collective ownership of land, which peasants wont to plow, sow and harvest or raise sheep and cattle. the increase of the land-owning classes in post-Magna Carta Europe, and England particularly, slowly eviscerated this kind of communal privilege through the enclosure system, which redistributed the commons to the proto-capitalist class in partnership with the monarchies and builds the system of oppressive labor exploitation called feudalism.

Starting in 1604, the Enclosure Acts of England created legal property rights for land that had belonged to the farmers and shepherds, forming the idea of modern-day capitalism. Today, that scene is being repeated because the Internet, an information ‘commons’ is being carved out by Big Tech and led by organizations just like the Commons Project, which avails itself of a reputation that connotes the whole opposite of its purpose.

Co-founders Paul Meyer and Bradley Perkins are the non-profit’s CEO and Chief medical practitioner, respectively. Perkins began his career over thirty years ago in the middle for Disease Control and, for nearly a decade, worked at the RAND corporation’s health care policy division, RAND Health planning board. Meyer, for his part, could be a Yale grad school graduate, who was writing President Clinton’s speeches years before receiving his graduation diploma from the storied institution. Both have extensive career histories within the fields of health and technology, though in very different areas and with strange bedfellows along the way.

In 2009, Perkins became the Chief Technology Officer for a publicly-traded cross-national operator of hospitals and clinics called Vanguard Health Systems. Vanguard had been established with funding from Morgan Stanley and controlled by the Blackstone Group since 2004, maintaining control at some stage in the company’s IPO in 2011. Two years later, Vanguard was acquired by Tenet Healthcare, creating the third-largest investor-owned hospital company within us with a complete of 65 hospitals nationwide and over 500 healthcare facilities.

Paul Meyer, center, is pictured in a very screenshot of a media briefing touting CommonPass

Besides being one of the largest healthcare companies within us, Tenet is additionally one in every of the foremost notoriously corrupt. the identical year it bought Vanguard, it had been slapped with a serious whistleblower complaint that disclosed the company’s fraudulent practices. That lawsuit resulted in a $514 million settlement. A more modern case involving a conspiracy between Oklahoma orthopedic surgeons at one of its facilities was settled for $66 million in 2019. But, Tenet’s problems return even further to the first 2000s when fraud and performing unneeded surgeries led to a mess of lawsuits and even a Senate investigation.

The Vanguard deal marked the top of Perkins’ tenure there, who chose to require a $1.9 million package rather than joining the newly merged conglomerate like its CEO and far from its staff did. He would progress to make an organization of his own called Sapiens Data Science; a health-tech platform that gives access to “credible scientifically validated data algorithms” and appears to form a “new revolutionary health ecosystem.”

Meyer’s background is more complicated, and his arrival on the healthcare scene runs through different channels linked to American intelligence cover operations dating back to NATO’s war in Kosovo and also the former Yugoslavia during the first Clinton years. it's his involvement with an infamous human-trafficking outfit called the International Rescue Committee or IRC, that ought to be cause for concern given his role within the Commons Project and flagship CommonPass app.

Before he was named Young Global Leader by the globe Economic Forum or Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute, and even before becoming a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations and receiving MIT’s 2003 Humanitarian of the Year award, Paul Meyer found himself in war-torn Kosovo installing a brand new Internet infrastructure system to switch the one destroyed within the war, only days after NATO bombs had stopped shelling the Serbian people.

Barely out of the school of law and having spent two years writing President Clinton’s speeches because the conflict within the former Yugoslavia was transpiring, Meyer was tapped by the IRC to steer a UN and personal relief effort called the web Projekti Kosova (IPKO) or Kosovo Internet Project, with tech-savvy local Akan Ismaili to handle the complex technical issues and Teresa Crawford from the Advocacy Project to “uplink” satellites within the region with the stated purpose of reuniting displaced Albanian families. The system was founded atop a building employed by country KFOR Civil-Military Cooperation CIMIC and British Royal Engineers were also brought onto the project, among others.

Eventually, the IRC gave the project to a non-profit organization “dedicated to providing wide access to the web in Kosovo.” IPKO is today the most important telecom, internet, and cable TV company in Kosovo. Meyer remains involved through the IPKO Foundation, which he co-founded to supply “free technology education” to Kosovar students.

By the 1950s, the IRC was known to be an “integral link” within the CIA’s covert network led by national leader protégé and former British minister, David Miliband since 2013. In 2018, the IRC was embroiled in an exceedingly child-sex trafficking scandal dubbed the “sex-for-food scandal” covered extensively by Whitney Webb in a very recent article. The organization’s cover-up of dozens of sex abuse, bribery, and fraud allegations resulted in the U.K. government withdrawing its funding from the organizations. However, no IRC employees were prosecuted over the 37 incidents detailed within the report.

Currently, the IRC is incredibly involved within the implementation of a biometric ID system for refugees of the continued conflict in Myanmar, a project funded by the Rockefeller Foundation-backed ID2020 Alliance, which also funds The Commons Project. IRC’s Mae La initiative, however, receives most of its funding through the notorious CIA-cutout USAID and intends to make a “blockchain-based digital identification” system using iris recognition technology to convey refugees' access to IRC’s services in Thailand. Long-term goals include rolling health, work, and financial data together into one ID system, that may determine access to food, healthcare, and mobility.

The difference between IRC’s Mae La project and therefore the Commons Project may be a question of sophistication. Class status, to be specific. But, it's essentially the identical idea and covers the identical interests of the groups and individuals who form a part of} the Commons Project’s board of trustees; many of whom are part of the digital tracking and healthcare technology space for years.

People like Linda Dillman, who ran Wal-Mart’s implementation of RFID employee tracking technology because of the retail giant’s CIO or the previous Chief Technology Officer for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Bryan Sivak, who is now a manager at Kaiser Permanente, one amongst the biggest healthcare insurance plan providers within the nation. Other trustee affiliations stand out, as well, like Will Fitzpatrick, General Counsel to the Omidyar Network, and George W. Bush’s Assistant Secretary of Defense, Health Affairs, Dr. William Winkenwerder, Jr.

At the core of those efforts is that the desire to make a DNA-based population screening agenda, which individuals like Perkins and Meyer are forcefully pushing forward. Perkins worked because of the CMO at an organization called Human Longevity, Inc., which “combines state-of-the-art DNA sequencing and expert analysis with machine learning, to assist change medicine to a more data-driven science.”

A microbiologist demonstrates a whole-genome DNA sequencing machine called a MiSeq at CDC HQ in Atlanta. David Goldman | AP

Meyer developed a precursor to CommonPass in 2016, when he merged his mobile health services company, Voxiva, which implemented the “first nationwide digital disease surveillance systems in Peru and Rwanda” in partnership with the CDC, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), with Sense Health to create a health messaging service called Well pass Meyer described as “an integrated platform… [that] helps overcome the challenges of deploying fragmented engagement and population health solutions.”

The reliability of the DNA-based, algorithmically-deduced health diagnoses used for the CommonPass experiment must even be called into question given the history of the corporate furnishing the technology. Prenetics, Ltd is that the Hong Kong-based, Alibaba-funded company that also performed the COVID-19 testing for the UK’s Premier League’s Project Restart, which used an identical health status app called Covi-Pass, covered by this author in June.

Prenetics’ COVID tests depend upon DNA-based technology it acquired in 2018 when it purchased DNAFit; an organization founded by South African businessman Avrom “Avi” Lasarow, who came on board after the merger as Prenetics’ Chief officer for Europe, geographic region, and Africa. Lasarow, who also heads the Premier League’s coronavirus testing program, just settled a civil case against him within the U.S. last May for nearly $60,000 surrounding allegations of “deceptive health claims”.

“Lifestyle genetics pioneer” Lasarow contains a long data of settling out of court over such issues, including a lawsuit brought by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in 2015, which accused Lasarow Healthcare Technologies Ltd., aka L Health Ltd., and two other defendants of constructing false or unsubstantiated claims regarding a “melanoma detection” app. As a part of that settlement, Lasarow was “prohibited from making any misleading or unsubstantiated claims about the health benefits or efficacy of any product or service.”
Prenetics has been reportedly acting on establishing a partnership with VSTE Enterprises, the identical company that developed the V-Code technology that underpins Covi-Pass, since May. Nevertheless, such red flags pale compared to the individuals and organizations that are behind CommonPass, itself, who have plans for a far vaster digital enclosure supported DNA population screening technologies through initiatives just like the Commons Project, which aims to fundamentally transform medicine and impose new limits on our freedom of movement because the CommonPass rollout is slated to quickly expand to other routes across Asia, Africa, dry land, Europe, and therefore the geographic region.

Just as Bush’s Aviation and Transportation Security Act opened the doors sure as shooting technology and security sectors to flourish within the wake of 9/11, this novel health-focused expansion of the national security state has bypassed all levers of democratic power to permit for the entrenchment of a far larger and more dangerous group of entities, within the health, technology, and life sciences industries along with an increasingly more powerful clique of federal health agencies and officials, like Robert Kadlec, who are pushing for a full-spectrum surveillance society.

Taking your shoes off at the airport and exposing your body to radiation has become routine now at every airport within the nation and most ‘temporary’ laws more experienced emergency legislation remain on the books nearly 20 years later. Precedent demands that we assume the identical will occur with the bulk of the new restrictions on our freedom of movement and quality of life currently being implemented throughout the country and therefore the world.

Rolling back these draconian measures isn't in any of their plans, as promised by the president of the U.S. Travel Association, Roger Dow, who confidently asserted after Wednesday’s successful CommonPass trail run, that the app will allow us to “navigate out of the crippling economic fallout of COVID-related travel restrictions and quarantine requirements,” adding that it'll “pay further dividends for more seamless and convenient travel even once the pandemic has subsided.”

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