“There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it.”—Aldous Huxley, author of Brave New World, said in a 1958 interview.
No doubt, you’ve probably seen the interaction between Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio and Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, last week.
While Jordan likely scored some political points from some, to me his questioning served as yet another reminder there is no help coming from Washington, D.C. or the GOP. Obediently wearing his mask, Jordan repeatedly asked Fauci when he was going to give us our liberties back. Hey Jim, Fauci never had authority to take our liberties away so stop acting like he can give them back.
Of course, Fauci has a massive ego and is certainly enjoying the limelight, but Jordan’s questioning did nothing but stroke that ego for him.
On Sunday, Fauci hit the media circuit where he lamented the “disturbingly large proportion of Republicans” who are hesitant to take a COVID-19 shot. He said: “It’s almost paradoxical. On the one hand they want to be relieved of the restrictions, but on the other hand, they don’t want to get vaccinated. It just almost doesn’t make any sense.”
The reality is we are free from all of Fauci’s so-called restrictions and have always been free from them if we only understood where our liberties come from, God, but we continue to be a nation of dependents. Take the “disturbingly large” number of Republicans saying they don’t plan to take the government’s EXPERIMENTAL medical advice. It’s a minority, 34 percent, according to a CBS News poll.
And for those 34 percent of GOPers, as well as 30 percent of independents and 10 percent of Democrats, have good reason to reject the experiment considering the unreliable information and talking points coming from the government and Fauci.
Fauci was speaking on Sunday primarily about when Americans can expect the Johnson & Johnson shot to be used again after it was suspended last week. Fauci reiterated the claim that it was suspended because of only six blood clotting cases, including one death, effecting only women, but the Centers for Diseases Control’s (CDC) date shows that it’s more frequent than that.
Children’s Health Defense has been tracking the CDC’s data reported on the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. The latest data dump was last Friday, and through April 8 there have been 56 reports of blood clots from the J&J shot. Oh, and the two m-RNA jabs have reported over 500 times as many blood clot events, 400 with Pfizer and 337 with Moderna, yet are still in use.
Oh, and ask the 43-year old Mississippi father Brad Malagarie, who suffered a stroke and was paralyzed hours after his J&J jab, or the family of John Foley, the 21-year old University of Cincinnati student who died a day after taking the same shot, if the adverse events are only occurring in women.
“In the last year, I have realized that my government and its advisers are lying in the faces of the British people about everything to do with this coronavirus. Absolutely everything,” Yeadon told Life Site News. “It’s a fallacy this idea of asymptomatic transmission and that you don’t have symptoms, but you are a source of a virus. That lockdowns work, that masks have a protective value obviously for you or someone else, and that variants are scary things and we even need to close international borders in case some of these nasty foreign variants get in.”
Yeadon added: “Or, by the way, on top of the current list of gene-based vaccines that we have miraculously made, there will be some ‘top-up’ vaccines to cope with the immune escape variants…. Everything I have told you, every single one of those things is demonstrably false. But our entire national policy is based on these all being broadly right, but they are all wrong.”
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