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And they're gone! The obscenity of Dr. Fauci's jobs-mageddon

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Yes, they are.....gone.

We are referring, of course, to all of the jobs created not only since the Great Recession bottom, but during the entire 21st century to date!

That's right. The 20.5 million jobs plunge reported for April essentially wiped out the "strong labor market" brouhaha of the 244 "Jobs Friday" reports since January 2000.

In fact, the 131.072 million nonfarm payroll jobs reported for April 2020 were actually below the 131.124 million jobs reported way back in February 2000 when Bill Clinton was still scurrying around the White House looking for some place to hide the blue dress.

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Plandemic documentary website hacked and defaced

Plandemic Mikovitz
The website for the viral Plandemic documentary has been hacked and defaced by what appears to be a very outraged leftist.

The documentary has faced intense backlash from Democrats, with journalists even taking the time to write scripts for leftists to use to counter any friends or relatives who may have watched it.

Despite being censored by YouTube, the documentary has been viewed millions of times on BitChute and other platforms. It features an interview with Dr. Judy Mikovitz, a virologist who claims that the coronavirus was created in a laboratory and that wearing a mask will endanger people and cause them to be repeatedly reinfected.

On Monday afternoon, PlandemicMovie.com website, which redirects to WatchPlandemic.com, was hacked and replaced with a black screen and bullet points claiming that the film is wrong and that Dr. Mikovitz, the focus of the documentary, is "bat sh-t crazy." The site normally features places for people to watch it, since it keeps getting censored and removed from various platforms.

Comment: You can still watch Part 1 here.

See also: Dr. Judy Mikovits framed by Dr. Fauci: Truth about her arrest and the one issue media can't "debunk"


Dr. Judy Mikovits framed by Dr. Fauci: The truth about her arrest and the one issue media can't 'debunk'

Ben Swann and Dr. Judy Mikovitz
A few weeks ago Dr. Judy Mikovitz burst on the scene as the subject of the eye-opening Plandemic film. In it, she divulged the incredible levels of greed and corruption in the science and medical fields, and the effects that those in power have on the course of public health and the production of vaccines in particular.

Soon after Plandemic was released, and after millions became further aware of the issues she was raising, a campaign of lies and demonization occurred with many articles and "fact checkers" cropping up and accusing her of all kinds of nefarious crimes.

In the following interview with Ben swann of Truth in Media, Dr. Mikovitz addresses the false accusations and the egregious conflicts of interest between corporate media, the medical industry and politicians.

Comment: Amidst the Covid-19 hysteria Dr. Mikovitzs' whistleblowing and damning information is some of the most important to reach public consciousness.

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UN-backed list of 'gender-neutral' terms met with brutal mockery online

UN Gender neutral words
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The UN has rolled out a shortlist of gender-neutral terms that should be utilized when you're unsure of a person's gender. The exercise in language-policing, however, seems to have seriously flopped, after it got shredded online.

The list was posted online on Monday by the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality, also known as 'UN Women,' and contains a handful of examples of words that should be used to try not to offend someone through misgendering him/her/them.



Democrat group that tracked anti-lockdown protesters' phones falsely accuses them of spreading 'Covid-19'

Comment: Snitches will be getting more than stitches if they keep this up...

coronavirus protests in Lansing
© Reuters / Seth Herald
Protester at Operation Gridlock demonstration in Lansing
A Democrat-linked advocacy group is blaming the spread of Covid-19 on anti-lockdown protesters in the US after tracking their cell phones cross-country. Despite the tempting partisan narrative, though, many never left their cars.

Anti-lockdown demonstrators traveled hundreds of miles to attend protests, almost certainly spreading the coronavirus to places where infections were rare, according to the Committee to Protect Medicare, a supposedly non-partisan group run by a former Democratic congressional candidate. The group provided a comprehensive analysis of smartphone location data from rallies in Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Colorado and Florida to the Guardian on Monday.

Comment: For the thousandth time, most of those who died from this coronavirus are senior citizens who had multiple pre-existing conditions, and the death rate is in par with seasonal flu.

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Personal pods, 'bumper tables' & pool noodle hats? Inventive 'social distancing' enforcers ensure New Normal is anything but!

Social distancing in Domino Park, NYC
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Domino Park, Brooklyn, New York.
As populations emerge from Covid-19 lockdown, businesses are scrambling to comply with the onerous social-distancing regulations still in place, deploying everything from repurposed pool noodles to hula hoops to keep people apart.

Schools and 'non-essential' businesses like restaurants and bars are preparing to reopen after lengthy lockdowns, but many governments are insisting on the need for continued "social distancing" - keeping people six feet apart at all times to prevent the spread of Covid-19. After months all but trapped in their homes, many people want nothing more than human contact. How to prevent them from sneaking in a peck on the cheek or a friendly hug?

Cafe Rothe in Schwerin, Germany has outfitted patrons with pool-noodle hats - lightweight straw fedoras topped with a pair of crossed foam noodles that prevent undesirable closeness. They're floppy enough not to do any damage should someone get too close, but ungainly enough to prevent anyone accidentally thinking life has returned to normal.


Is it time to launch an investigation into the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for 'crimes against humanity'?

Bill Gates
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Occasionally, humanity is confronted with a series of events, oftentimes accompanied with tremendous human suffering, that appear to be so intricately linked and coordinated that to explain them as mere coincidence or conspiracy theory is not only reckless, but potentially criminal in itself.

This month a petition was drafted for the federal government to call on Congress to investigate the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for "medical malpractice & crimes against humanity."

"As we look at events surrounding the 'COVID-19 pandemic," the appeal reads, "various questions remain unanswered."

"On Oct. 18th of 2019, only weeks prior to ground zero being declared in Wuhan, China, two major events took place. One is 'Event 201,' the other is the 'Military World Games,' held in none other than Wuhan. Since then a worldwide push for vaccines & biometric tracking has been initiated."


Ryanair CEO says UK's quarantine plans for incoming airline travelers is 'idiotic'

Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary
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Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary
The CEO of Ryanair doesn't think much of the U.K. government's plan to isolate incoming travelers.

During a Monday interview on BBC's "Today" radio program, Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary criticized the proposed idea, which would require all international travelers - save those from Ireland and a few nearby islands - to quarantine for 14 days upon arriving in the U.K., in an effort to stem the spread of COVID-19.

"It's idiotic and it's unimplementable," O'Leary said. The outspoken CEO further predicted that any such requirements would be abandoned by "the end of June."


Psychotherapist says lockdown zealots are behaving like cult members

stay home sign
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Psychotherapist Dr. Hugh Willbourn says lockdown zealots are displaying all the classic signs of cult members by doubling down on their beliefs despite having been proven wrong.

In an article on his website, Willbourn highlights the work of respected social psychologist Leon Festinger, who analyzed the beliefs of a UFO cult in the 1950's who believed that a flying saucer would rescue them from the apocalypse.

However, after the catastrophic earthquakes and floods they expected to hit the United States never arrived and their beliefs were totally disproved, "the cult members would become not less but more convinced of their beliefs."

Festinger identified five conditions that needed to be met in order for the cult members to double down on their beliefs and avoid cognitive dissonance.

1. There must be conviction
2. There must be commitment to this conviction
3. The conviction must be amenable to unequivocal disconfirmation
4. Such unequivocal disconfirmation must occur
5. Social support must be available subsequent to the disconfirmation.

"Festinger's five conditions and the behaviour of the cult believers correspond closely to the situation with Brexit, Climate Change and Covid-19: a prophecy is made, believers invest themselves, their time, money and prestige in it, the prophecy fails and the believers become more fervent," writes Willbourn.

Comment: These same lockdown zealots may have 'drama-junkie' personality traits that 'feed on' this autocratic opportunity.

Comment: It's definitely cult-like.

Duck-and-Cover And Burn The Heretics: The Modern-Day Cult of Corona


De Blasio's threat: 'You'll be taken right out of the water!" if beachgoers break Covid-19 rules

Central Park
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NYPD officer stands at the entrance of the Sheep Meadow in Central Park in Manhattan
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has warned that police will enforce social distancing measures on beaches over Memorial Day weekend - and will forcibly remove anyone who dares to take a swim. "Anyone tries to get in the water, they'll be taken right out of the water," the mayor said at a press briefing on Monday.

Though beaches in New York City have partially reopened, people are still required to adhere to social distancing guidelines by avoiding gathering in crowds.
De Blasio's warning about taking a dip at the beach appears to be impressing few, though, as people grow increasingly frustrated with Covid-19 lockdown measures. "He literally does not have the manpower to accomplish this," actor Adam Baldwin tweeted in response to the mayor. "Could you imagine riot cops in NYC coming out and beating and arresting people for swimming in the ocean?" another Twitter user quipped.