Monday, February 22, 2021

Event Update For 2021-02-21

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2021-02-21 - Cargo plane engine bursts into flame, debris falls onto town, plane makes emergency landing at Liège Airport in Grâce-Hollogne (Belgium):

Quote: "Pieces of metal fell on the town of Meerssen after a Boeing 747 cargo plane experienced an engine fire shortly after taking off from Maastricht, according to the Veiligheidsregio (the Dutch regional safety inspector) and Maastricht Aachen Airport (MAA). The Boeing 747-400 freighter plane was bound for JFK Airport in New York City, according to Longtail Aviation, the charter airline service that owns the plane."

Quote: "News of the cargo flight's emergency landing comes on the heels of a similar incident in the United States on Saturday."

Note: This is the 8th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2021...

2021-02-21 - Tractor, six fire trucks, ATV and fire station destroyed by fire near Crescent (Oklahoma):

Quote: "'Six trucks, a small ATV, a tractor and of course all the contents in the building, their protective equipment, their office, their tools and other stuff like that are going to be a total loss,' said Eric Harlow, Guthrie Fire Department Chief."

Note: This is the 718th tractor/tanker/semi to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-02-21 - Auto salvage business devastated by massive fire in coastal Whakatane (New Zealand):

Quote: "The owners of a Whakatane car wreckers yard were out of town when they received the call that their business was completely up in flames this morning. Matthew Lack and Nicole Rackham's RIP Car Wreckers went up in flames about 11am today, sending smoke across the Eastern Bay of Plenty town."

2021-02-21 - Underground electrical explosion causes blackouts in coastal Hull (Britain):

2021-02-21 - Recycling center fire breaks out in Tucson (Arizona):

2021-02-21 - Recycling center fire breaks out at 4 AM in coastal Dublin (Ireland):

2021-02-21 - Brush fire breaks out at Wetlands Park, again, in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2021-02-21 - More than 110 plant species in Australia had their entire ranges burned in the 2019-2020 megafires:

2021-02-21 - Tanker ship 'MEKONGTRANS 01' explodes and burns in coastal Quang Nai (Vietnam), 1 missing:

2021-02-21 - Yacht bursts into flame at marina in coastal Miami (Florida):

Note: These are the 114th and 115th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-02-21 - Car-hauler bursts into flame at car dealership in Arlington (Massachusetts):

Quote: "Police and firefighters were called to Mirak Chevrolet. A truck that was carrying several vehicles was on fire in the parking lot of the dealership."

Note: This is the 9th car-hauler to burn in 2021...

2021-02-21 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Gracey Herndon Road near Hopkinsville (Kentucky):

2021-02-21 - Tractor (backhoe) and two dump trucks destroyed by fire, other equipment and municipal garage heavily damaged, in Clinton Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The county lost a lot of equipment, including a brand new 2020 dump truck that was just delivered last month. They also lost a dump truck plow truck and a backhoe. Other heavy machinery sustained heavy smoke damage."

Quote: "Fire officials say it's still too early to determine how the fire started, but Assistant Fire Chief Brian Jack said it appears it started in one of the trucks because that's where most of the damage is."

Note: These are the 719th, 720th and 721st tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-02-21 - Dump truck bursts into flame at 1:56 AM while parked at business off of Mechanicsville Road and Asher Road in Mechanicsville (Maryland):

2021-02-21 - Box truck bursts into flame on Chamberlain Road in Kelowna (Canada):

2021-02-21 - Van bursts into flame in layby along Moss Lane in Myerscough (Britain):

2021-02-21 - Minivan bursts into flame at Walmart in coastal Port Arthur (Texas):

2021-02-21 - Minivan bursts into flame outside Taco Bell on West Sixth Avenue in Emporia (Kansas):

2021-02-21 - SUV bursts into flame inside car wash on Signal Mountain Road in Chattanooga (Tennessee):

2021-02-21 - Car bursts into flame at 4:20 AM on Carlton Crescent in East Herrington (Britain), 3.2 miles from the ocean:

2021-02-21 - Vehicle bursts into flame at home in Winterborne Kingston near Blandford Forum (Britain):

2021-02-21 - Snowmobile bursts into flame inside repair shop on Lancaster Road in East Hempfield Township (Pennsylvania):

2021-02-21 - Numerous cars and auto shop destroyed by fire in Auburn (Nebraska):

Quote: "Assistant Fire Chief Chris Jobe said he was told that there were an estimated 1,500 gallons of oil, as well as tires and unleaded fuel, inside the building complex. There were also 11 cars inside. Jobe said the fire was intensely hot. Windshield glass was melting, which is associated with 2,600 degrees or hotter. Another dozen cars parked around the building were burned, melted or were crushed by falling walls."

2021-02-21 - Barn destroyed by fire at 3:30 AM at animal sanctuary in Newcastle (California), dozens of animals killed:

2021-02-21 - Barn destroyed by fire on Zaring Road in Boone County (Missouri), 3 cows killed:

2021-02-21 - Warehouse destroyed by huge fire in Denton, Manchester (Britain):

2021-02-21 - Mobile home destroyed by fire on Oak Grove Road in Mahoning Township (Pennsylvania):

2021-02-21 - Home damaged by fire on Reynold Street in Hughestown (Pennsylvania):

2021-02-21 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 1 AM on Melcombe Way in Wake Forest (North Carolina), SUV overturns separately:

2021-02-21 - Home heavily damaged by fire on South Gordon Avenue in Wichita (Kansas), 1 injured:

2021-02-21 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Desoto Avenue in Ypsilanti Township (Michigan), nobody there:

2021-02-21 - Home destroyed by fire on South 600 West in Nibley (Utah), 1+ injured:

2021-02-21 - Home destroyed by fire at 1:30 AM on East Miami River Road in Colerain (Ohio):

2021-02-21 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Smyrna (Georgia):

2021-02-21 - Deadly fire burns shed at home on Seville Street near coastal Ormond Beach (Florida), 1 killed:

2021-02-21 - Deadly fire burns home in coastal Exeter (Britain), 3 killed, 3 injured:

2021-02-21 - Vacant church burns on Hull Street in Richmond (Virginia):

2021-02-21 - Pygmy sperm whale washes ashore on the Sonoma Coast (California):

2021-02-21 - Couple and three daughters die in the River Valki in Valen (India):

2021-02-21 - Man found dead at Mitchell Park in San Luis Obispo (California):

2021-02-21 - Woman drops dead on Main Street near the Androscoggin River in Lewiston (Maine):

Quote: "According to Lt. Derrick St. Laurent, the woman likely suffered a medical event, causing her death."

2021-02-21 - Woman, 61, found dead in the water at beach in coastal Pensacola (Florida):

2021-02-21 - Man found dead in parking lot at strip club in Phoenix (Arizona):

2021-02-21 - College student, man, found dead in Clarion (Pennsylvania):

2021-02-21 - Man found dead between two businesses in Waldorf (Maryland):

2021-02-21 - Woman has medical problem at bus shelter and dies in Winnipeg (Canada):

2021-02-21 - Child has 'medical emergency' and dies at home on Cricklade Road in Gorse Hill, Swindon (Britain):

Quote: "A child has died following a medical emergency in Gorse Hill last night."

2021-02-21 - Nigerian Air Force passenger plane crashes and burns after takeoff from airport in Abuja (Nigeria), 7 killed:

2021-02-21 - Mexican Air Force plane crashes and burns in Xalapa (Mexico), 6 killed:

Quote: "Local media reported that the plane left and runway and burst into flames."

2021-02-21 - Pickup truck hits car head-on at 3:01 AM, fire erupts, on I-85 in Greenville County (South Carolina), 2 killed:

2021-02-21 - Pickup truck veers off road, overturns into marshy area, on Route 146 in Uxbridge (Massachusetts), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2021-02-21 - Car veers off road just before 11 PM, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, on Mill Pond Road in Magnolia (Delaware), 1 killed:

2021-02-21 - Car veers off road in the wee hours, crashes into pole and tree, on Antoine Drive in Houston (Texas), 1 killed:

2021-02-21 - Car crashes, bursts into flame, near I-25 in Adams County (Colorado), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2021-02-21 - Sinkhole opens at Lake Cathie, near Port Macquarie (Australia):

2021-02-21 - Woman has 'medical emergency' in apartment in coastal Ipswich (Britain):

Quote: "Firefighters helped to extricate a woman from an Ipswich flat after she suffered a medical emergency."

2021-02-21 - Heavy rain and flooding hit parts of Wales (Britain):

2021-02-21 - Tropical Storm Dujuan approaches the Philippine Islands, evacuations ensue:

2021-02-21 - 'Pineapple Express' atmospheric river is headed for the rain-soaked US Northwest:

2021-02-21 - Bubonic plague outbreak kills at least 31 people in the Congo:

2021-02-21 - First confirmed human cases of H5N8 bird flu reported in Russia:


  1. Good morning Jonny, everyone. Things are ramping up considerably now. Marine and animal die-off continues, people dying from the Covid poison jab as well as from complications from the Gates-inflicted bio-weapon itself, JJFH taking its toll on people, buildings and infrastructure, non-leadership from Bejing Biden, and lots more (crop failures, rioting/"peaceful protesting," pollution of all kinds, etc.).

    U.S. life expectancy drops by a full year due to COVID-19 and fentanyl overdose deaths – Toll on minority communities is significantly more deadly – “We haven’t seen a decline of this magnitude in decades”

    Life expectancy in the United States fell by a full year in the first six months of 2020, the federal government reported on Thursday, the largest drop since World War II and a grim measure of the deadly consequences of the coronavirus p[L]andemic [the lockdowns and the poison jab to "remedy" the situation]. [more]

    Someone Please Tell Powell, Yellen And Biden That We Are Going To Need A Lot More “Weimar Money”…

    Volatility has returned to Wall Street, and it appears that our absolutely epic stock market bubble may be in serious trouble. The S&P 500 closed down for the fifth trading session in a row on Monday, and that represents the longest losing streak that we have seen since last February. Investors are starting to get quite nervous, because for most of the past year stock prices have gone in just one direction. Even as the real economy has imploded all around us, there has been tremendous euphoria on Wall Street as stock prices have surged to dizzying heights. If stock prices were allowed to crash, that would definitely not be good for the national mood at all.

    So what is the solution?

    This stock market bubble was originally created by unprecedented intervention by the Federal Reserve and by extremely wild borrowing and spending by the U.S. government, and in order to keep the bubble going we are going to need a lot more of the same.

    So someone needs to tell Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell that it is time to go “full Weimar” so that we can prop up this bubble for as long as humanly possible. [more; of course this will just make for the same crazy inflation that the ol' Weimar Republic had]

    Israel hit by worst environmental disaster in decades

    Although the exact cause of the disaster is still under investigation, the head of the Israel Nature and Parks association said the incident is the country's worst environmental disaster in decades. The cleanup of over 170 km (106 miles) of affected coastline will take a long time and consequences will be felt for years. [more]

    [2nd part coming up]

  2. 'People should be alarmed': air pollution in US subway systems stuns researchers

    People traveling on subway systems in major US cities are being exposed to unsafe amounts of air pollution, with commuters in New York and New Jersey subjected to the highest levels of pollution, research has found.

    Tiny airborne particles, probably thrown up by train brakes or the friction between train wheels and rails, are rife in the 71 underground stations sampled by researchers during morning and evening rush hours in Boston, New York City, Philadelphia and Washington DC, the cities that contain the bulk of subway systems in the US.

    The levels of these tiny specks of pollution, called PM2.5, were well above nationally determined safe daily levels of 35 micrograms per cubic meter in each of the cities. New York’s Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) system had 251 micrograms per cubic meter, followed by Washington DC with 145 micrograms per cubic meter. Philadelphia was, comparatively, the cleanest system but still breached the limit beyond which serious health hazards are risked.

    [2Record flooding affects more than 100 000 people in Acre, northwestern Brazil

    More than 100 000 people have been affected by severe flooding in Acre, northwestern Brazil, after multiple rivers overflowed and reached record levels around Friday, February 19, 2021. Authorities have declared the situation an emergency, saying the state is facing one of its most challenging times in history. [more]

    More than 59 000 people flee as Dujuan brings widespread flooding and disruption to Philippines

    More than 59 000 people have evacuated their homes as Tropical Storm "Dujuan" -- locally known as Auring, brought widespread flooding and disruption to the Philippines on Monday, February 22, 2021. As of 03:00 UTC (11:00 LT), the storm has weakened into a Low-Pressure Area (LPA) prior to crossing the Rapu-Rapu Islands in Albay and is forecast to traverse the central region in the next 24 hours. [more]

    [from There Goes The Food news]
    Extinction: Freshwater fish in 'catastrophic' decline

    A report has warned of a "catastrophic" decline in freshwater fish, with nearly a third threatened by extinction.

    Conservation groups said 80 species were known to have gone extinct, 16 in the last year alone.

    Millions of people rely on freshwater fish for food and as a source of income through angling and the pet trade.

    But numbers have plummeted due to pressures including pollution, unsustainable fishing, and the damming and draining of rivers and wetlands.

    The report said populations of migratory fish have fallen by three-quarters in the last 50 years. [more]

    [3rd piece follows]

  3. [today]
    Powerful eruption at Etna volcano, Italy

    Volcanic activity at Mount Etna, Italy intensified again at 21:10 UTC on February 22, 2021, and evolved into the 5th paroxysm since February 16 -- truly spectacular and most powerful in recent years.

    Methane, Sea Ice & Climate Update with Margo (Feb. 21, 2021) [~ 69 min. video]

    Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, February 20, 2021, #289​ ( Dane Wigington ) [~ 55.3 min. video]

    Tuesday, 23 February 2021
    Steven ben-Noon's view

    Weather Weapons Mixed With Natural Disasters [~ 17.5 min. video]

    [news from one of the "sacrifice zones"]
    Toxic legacy of uranium mines on Navajo Nation confronts Interior nominee Deb Haaland

    If, as widely expected, New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland survives her U.S. Senate confirmation hearing Tuesday and is sworn in as secretary of the interior, she will make history as the first Native American ever to serve in a presidential Cabinet.

    But representation is only half the battle. From day one, Haaland will also be expected to address a festering backlog of problems left behind by predecessors who lacked her perspective as a citizen of the Laguna Pueblo, one of America’s 574 federally recognized tribes.

    Among the most daunting: how to finally help shield indigenous people from the hundreds of inactive yet still toxic uranium mines that have been scarring their lands and poisoning them for decades.

    When the mines were active, companies recruited Navajo men to work them. They hired women and children as support staff; to save money and avoid leaving a paper trail, they “paid” them with sacks of sugar, flour, potatoes and coffee. Exposure to radioactive ore and toxic by-products such as arsenic, cadmium and lead was commonplace — a fact of everyday life. Navajo families crushed the poisonous rock to make concrete. Homes were built from abandoned mine tailings. Kids played in waste piles. Herders watered sheep in open, unreclaimed pits. Husbands came home covered in uranium dust; wives washed their clothes. Everyone drank the contaminated groundwater; everyone inhaled mine dust borne on the hot desert winds. They still do today.

    “They never told us uranium was dangerous,” says Cecilia Joe, 85, a Navajo woman who worked as a miner from May 1949 to June 1950. The federal government had studied and documented the danger in depth, but deliberately kept it secret. “We washed our faces in it. We drank in it. We ate in it. It was sweet.” [more]

    [laughable headline of the day]
    The Keystone Pipeline Is Good for America [read biased opinion by author, if interested]

  4. Snowstorms, the breach of the Arctic vortex and the effects of ice meltwater on the oceans

    Warnings by leading climate scientists regarding the high sensitivity of the atmosphere in response to abrupt compositional changes, such as near-doubling of greenhouse gas concentrations, are now manifest: According to Wallace Broecker, (the “father” of climate science) “The paleoclimate record shouts out to us that, far from being self-stabilizing, the Earth's climate system is an ornery beast which overreacts to even small nudges, and humans have already given the climate a substantial nudge”. As stated by James Zachos, “The Paleocene hot spell should serve as a reminder of the unpredictable nature of climate”.

    As snowstorms such as the “Beast from the East” (2018) and “Storm Darcy” (2021) sweep the northern continents, reaching Britain and as far south as Texas and Greece, those who still question the reality and consequences of global climate change, including in governments, may rejoice as if they have a new argument to question global warming.

    However, as indicated by the science, these fronts result from a weakened circum-Arctic jet stream boundary due to decreased temperature polarity between the Arctic Circle and high latitude zones in Europe, Russia and North America. The reduced contrast allows migration of masses of cold Arctic air southward and of tropical air northward across the weakened jet stream boundary, indicating a fundamental shift in the global climate pattern (Figure 1). [which see]

    A combination of ice sheet melting and the flow of melt water into the oceans on the one hand, and ongoing warming of tropical continental zones on the other hand, are likely to lead to the following:

    Storminess due to collisions of cold and warm air masses;

    As the ice sheets continue to melt, the cold meltwater enhances lower temperatures at shallow ocean levels, as modelled by Hansen et al. (2016) and Bonselaer et al (2018) (Figure 3A), as contrasted with warming at deeper ocean levels over large parts of the oceans. This transiently counterbalances the effects of global warming over the continents arising from the greenhouse effect;

    The above processes herald chaotic climate effects, in particular along continental margins and island chains. [more]

    [for those interested in philosophy]
    Invoking the Beyond - Collins / Jay Dyer [~ 111.5 min. video]

    Traffic Noise Is a Silent Killer

    Evidence of noise’s physiological effects—whether on cells and organs or entire populations—“is really coming together and painting a picture of the problem,” says Mathias Basner, a psychiatrist and epidemiologist at the University of Pennsylvania and president of the International Commission on the Biological Effects of Noise. Yet, he adds, few people are aware of the severity of what his colleagues call a “silent killer.”

    Estimates suggest that roughly a third of Americans are regularly exposed to unhealthy levels of noise, typically defined as starting around 70 to 80 decibels. For comparison, normal conversation is about 60 dB, cars and trucks range from 70 to 90 dB, and sirens and airplanes can reach 120 dB or more.

    Numerous studies link chronic exposure to environmental noise to an increased risk of heart-related troubles. [more]

    [2nd section awaits]

  5. Objective:Health - The Rise of Medical Technocracy and the Suppressed Truth of Viral Treatments - Interview with Dr. Lee Merritt [68.6 min. video]

    Biden's HHS pick is an advocate for sex changes for kids

    On Thursday, the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee will hold a nomination hearing for Dr. Rachel Levine, President Joe Biden's pick for Assistant Secretary of Health at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). There are plenty of reasons for the committee to be concerned about placing Dr. Levine in such an influential and powerful role.


    During Levine's time as Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Levine and Pennsylvania's Governor Tom Wolf drew headlines by engaging in a draconian campaign of threats against counties that questioned state COVID-19 guidelines and wished to reopen their local economies as local businesses fell further into despair.

    Additionally, Levine infamously forced COVID-19 patients out of hospitals and into nursing homes and long-term care facilities, exacerbating the spread of the virus to the elderly and infirm, among whom it proved to be most lethal. Levine repeatedly downplayed this criticism, arguing it was a necessary part of the state's coronavirus response, and that COVID-19 was already present in those facilities.

    While Levine was actively putting these elderly residents at grave risk, Levine chose to personally play by a different set of rules by quietly removing a parent from a nursing home facility early on in the pandemic.

    But while the draconian treatment of local Pennsylvania governments and the COVID-19 nursing home scandal should be enough to call Dr. Levine's nomination into question, Levine's commitment to imposing a radical gender ideology on our nation's children should perhaps be of even greater concern to the Senate HELP Committee. [more]

    Beijing sees warmest February day in 70 years

    Records from the meteorological observatory in Daxing district (南郊观象台) showed that at around 4pm on February 21, temperatures reached a high of 25.6 degrees Celsius. It was the warmest temperature on record in Beijing in February since 1951. [more]

    Environmental disasters across globe in January 2021

    The first month of 2021 saw a host of environmental disasters, including floods in Malaysia and the Philippines, a volcanic eruption in Indonesia, a massive forest fire in India, landslides in Papua New Guinea and an avalanche in Russia. [more]

    8 people drown attempting to cross flooded rivers in Zimbabwe

    The Zimbabwe Republic Police recently indicated that drowning cases countrywide were at 483 cases in 2020 compared to 411 cases in 2019.

    Lightning strikes kill 3, injure 3 others in Malawi

    Three people died while three others sustained injuries after being struck by lightning in two different incidents on Monday in Mangochi. [more]

    [thread continues below with 3rd comment]

  6. Snowmobiler dies following avalanche southwest of Chetywnd, British Columbia - 3rd such death for province within 9 days

    A 27-year-old man has died following an avalanche this weekend in northern B.C. [more; from Sat. 20th]

    Snowboarder dies in second fatal avalanche in British Columbia in as many days

    A 45-year-old snowboarder died in an avalanche in northwest Canada on Saturday [2/14], the second fatality in as many days, authorities said. [more; news video segment]

    Avalanche kills skier in Wyoming national park - at least 32 avalanche deaths in US this 2020-2021 season

    A skier was killed after getting swept up in an avalanche Monday in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, the National Park Service said in a news release.

    Matthew Brien, a 33-year-old resident of Jackson, Wyoming, had been leading a small group of locals who wanted to ski the Broken Thumb Couloir when the avalanche was triggered, the park service said.
    His is the latest of at least 32 avalanche deaths in the US in this 2020-2021 season, according to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. Twenty-three fatalities were recorded last season, with 25 deaths tallied in each of the two seasons before that. [more]

    South Africa and Zimbabwe - Flash floods in border towns of Musina and Beitbridge

    Flash floods were reported in towns close to the South Africa and Zimbabwe border after a thunderstorm brought heavy rain from 21 to 22 February 2021.

    In South Africa, flooding affected parts of Vhembe District, Limpopo Proince, in particular the town of Musina, where roads and homes were damaged along with electricity and water infrastructure. Images shared on Social Media showed a flooded hospital.

    Flooding also affected areas the border town of Beitbridge in Matabeleland South, Zimbabwe, damaging roads and some buildings.
    [more; 2 videos]

    Thousands of homes damaged by floods in Madre De Dios, Peru

    Flooding in Madre de Dios Region of Peru has affected at least 15,000 people and damaged thousands of homes. The government has declared a State of Emergency for 60 days for the region.

    After visiting affected areas, Peru's Environment Minister Gabriel Quijandria said that floods had damaged about 4,000 homes along with several schools and health facilities. Water and electricity services have been interrupted and around 3,000 hectares of crops damaged. Affected areas include Pueblo Viejo, Las Piedras, Laberinto and Boca Colorado. [more]

    [4th part below]

  7. Tuesday, 23 February 2021
    Vaccination data from Israel

    Uncovering of the vaccination data in Israel reveals a frightening picture

    This surprisingly shows that most serious hospitalized cases on February 10 or at a near date were in fact vaccinated with the first dose or up to two weeks after the second dose.

    We conclude that the Pfizer vaccines, for the elderly, killed during the 5-week vaccination period about 40 times more people than the disease itself would have killed, and about 260 times more people than the disease among the younger age class. We stress that this is in order to produce a green passport valid at most 6 months, and promote Pfizer sales.

    These estimated numbers of deaths from the vaccine are probably much lower than actual numbers as it accounts only for those defined as COVID-19 deaths for that short time period and does not include AVC and cardiac (and other) events resulting from the inflammatory reactions in tens of reports documented on the NAKIM site, which themselves are only the iceberg's tip, see here.

    This does not account for long-term complications described in a criminal complaint filed in December 2020 in France and which was translated to English, see here.

    Looking back, this explains why the serious COVID-19 cases increased as vaccination started, and why cases started to decline when vaccination was opened to the young and continue to decline as the vaccination national campaign is losing its momentum.

    We hope that this massacre will not include those below 13, as these have an increased adverse reaction rate, including death, to vaccines as shown by multi-decennial data from the VAERS reports in the USA.

    We summarise that the pandemic may be predicted for the coming weeks. The decrease in vaccinations and in vaccination age will cause a decrease in serious cases, mainly not because of the protection by the vaccine, but because fewer people will die from the vaccine and other adverse vaccine reactions. [more]

    [news from a Quack]
    The "Nocebod effect" - “Imagining It”

    Health Staff Injured By Covid Jab Are “Imagining It” – Telegraph

    Writing in the Telegraph today, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard claims that German health workers who reported feeling ill after receiving their Covid jab, were in fact imagining it. It’s an example of the Nocebo effect according to Evans-Pritchard. He says that exposure to fake news about the vaccine, can lead to some recipients believing that the dose has harmed them in some way, even when it hasn’t.

    Astonishing isn’t it? Twenty-two seniors died in a care home in Basingstoke, after they’d received the vaccine. 23 died in a Norwegian home. Reports have come in from the US of people dropping dead within minutes of having a jab. A woman in Wisconsin was declared brain dead after having her second dose. I wonder if Ambrose Evans-Pritchard blames fake news in those cases? [more]

    TruNews on statements by Biden's attorney -general


    Today on TruNews, we discuss the statements made today by the Biden Administration’s pick for Attorney General, including a terrorism loophole for Antifa, a vowed witch hunt against Patriotism, and a new crusade for gun control. [~ 93 min. video]