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Auschwitz Memorial says RFK Jr. speech at anti-vaccine rally exploits Holocaust tragedy

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© Associated Press/Patrick Semansky
The Auschwitz Memorial denounced comments made by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s at an anti-vaccine rally in Washington DC on Sunday as "exploiting the tragedy" of the Holocaust.

During a speech at the rally, Kennedy, a conspiracy theorist and prominent anti-vaxxer, warned of a massive surveillance network being created with satellites in space and 5G mobile networks collecting data.


Comment: To clarify, it was an anti-mandate rally, not an "anti-vaccine rally." And calling RFK a "conspiracy theorist" is also intended as a smear (someone who points out conspiracies with evidence is not a "theorist," after all). By mischaracterizing it, The Hill is clearly indicating they've taken sides (not that this is a big shocker).

See: Tens of thousands gather in Washington to call for an end to Covid mandates (UPDATE)


"Even in Hitler's Germany, you could hide in the attic like Anne Frank did," Kennedy said, illustrating his point that surveillance today is all-encompassing.

Comment: Comparisons of the current totalitarian control system to Nazi Germany are apt. The fact that 'official organizations' like the Auschwitz Memorial refuse to see this gives more insight into their mandate than they likely realize.

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Syringe

Pfizer CEO says frequent boosters 'not a good scenario,' hopes for yearly vaccine

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla
© Associated Press/Giannis Papanikos
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla on Saturday said people getting COVID-19 booster shots every four to five months is "not a good scenario" and argued that an annual vaccine would be a better approach to fighting the virus.

Bourla told the Hebrew publication N12 News in an exclusive interview that the best way to combat COVID-19 is a vaccine that can be administered every year, not with boosters received every few months, according to Reuters.

"This will not be a good scenario," he said when asked about people getting booster shots every four to five months, per the wire service. "What I'm hoping [is] that we will have a vaccine that you will have to do once a year."

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Tens of thousands gather in Washington to call for an end to Covid mandates (UPDATE)

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Tens of thousands of Americans marched to Washington, DC, to call for an end to COVID mandates. The Children's Health Defense is sponsoring the event and say they're expecting 20,000 people to participate in the mile-long march on Sunday.


Comment: Speaking of Rogan, here's how Vice reported on the march:
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(To be clear, Joe Rogan had nothing to do with the march). Once you've created a bad guy (or attempted to), better use it to it's full potential!

More from the Daily Caller:
Over 30,000 People Marched To 'Defeat The Mandates' In Washington DC

Over 30,000 people took to the streets in Washington D.C. for the "Defeat the Mandates: An American Homecoming" march to protest "draconian COVID-19 requirements" Sunday, Fox News reported.
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"You're going to hear a lot of people ... on the left say this is a big, anti-vax rally — it's people coming in to deny science" said march organizer and PragerU commentator Will Witt, according to Fox News. "But this march is about the mandate, and this march is about the Draconian measures that we're seeing all across this country right now, especially in places like D.C., New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco."

Nationwide, state and federal COVID-19 vaccination mandates are coming under fire. On Friday, a Texas federal judge blocked President Joe Biden's mandate forcing all federal employees and contractors be vaccinated.

The Supreme Court also blocked Biden's private sector vaccination mandate, noting that "Although Congress has indisputably given OSHA the power to regulate occupational dangers, it has not given that agency the power to regulate public health more broadly." However, the Court ruled to reinstate the vaccination mandate for healthcare workers.
And no anti-madate protest in the US would be complete without some lefties having a meltdown and mischaracterizing the attendiees. From RT:
A small counter-protest of just a handful of people could also be seen at the event, while one woman was recorded having a meltdown over the protesters, accusing them of being "white supremacists" and supporters of former President Donald Trump.



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CDC Finally Admits Cloth Masks Were Always Political Theater

Sun glasses, cloth mask and Ball cap fashion
© MaxPixel
Mask mandates have always been more about showing compliance than keeping people safe, and the CDC's latest embarrassing disclosure further proves it.

For two years now, to walk into a grocery store barefaced has been to risk soliciting dirty stares, at least in some parts of the country. But walk in with your face covered by a thin piece of fabric, preferably with some vaguely woke slogan, that you got overpriced on Etsy? You're golden.

Masks have been obvious political theater from the start, back when Anthony Fauci et al. promised we didn't need them and then flip-flopped and promised we did. But when sensible observers tried to point that out, the Big Tech-media cabal gleefully slapped them with "fact" "checks."

When The Federalist ran the headline "Many Studies Find That Cloth Masks Do Not Stop Viruses Like COVID" in November 2020, Lead Stories attempted to "fact-check" the piece, slapping a red "masks work" label over a screenshot of the original article.

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Dr. Peter McCullough: Official COVID 'narrative has crumbled'

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'The vaccines should be pulled off the market, they clearly are not solving the problem'

Dr. Peter McCullough - a renowned cardiologist and highly published medical scientist whose confrontation of the government's COVID-19 policies has drawn more than 40 million views on Joe Rogan's podcast - told WND in a video interview Thursday night the official pandemic narrative that has been fiercely guarded by establishment media and social-media censors is "completely crumbling."

That narrative, he said, included "false statements regarding asymptomatic spread, reliance on lockdown and masks - which obviously didn't work - the suppression of early treatment, the mass promotion of vaccines that failed."

"And now here we are, almost in complete free fall," McCullough said, referring to the record number of COVID-19 cases as officials acknowledge the vaccines don't prevent infection or transmission.

McCullough noted that in California, with the more contagious but much milder omicron variant now dominant, health care workers who tested positive for COVID-19 and had symptoms were told to go back to work.

Mr. Potato

Fincher's cult classic film 'Fight Club' gets a new anti-climactic ending upon release in China

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David Fincher's cult-classic 'Fight Club' has seen an official online release in China on the Tencent Video streaming platform, but it's not exactly the movie westerners might remember. Most imported films in China go through a censorship filter, making sure that the films are in line with the Communist party's ideals and portray law enforcement as the ultimate force for good, always triumphing over the villains. If that's not the way the original story goes - it gets changed, and the censors don't seem to really care about preserving the plot or maintaining coherence of the films they edit, and the changes are often drastic.

The latest film to get adapted is the 1999 classic 'Fight Club.' The original ending saw the main character (spoilers, if you haven't seen the film), who suffers from a split identity disorder, shoot himself in the face to kill his alter ego, Tyler Durden, and then proceed to watch a bunch of corporate buildings explode, sending an anarchistic message about the dangers and trappings of a society obsessed with consumerism.

NPC

Los Angeles school district to require students to wear 'non-cloth masks with a nose wire'

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Students in Los Angeles public schools will be required to wear "well-fitting, non-cloth masks with a nose-wire" and staff will be required to wear surgical-grade masks beginning Monday under the school district's latest round of pandemic protocols.

The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) on Friday updated its coronavirus guidelines, which are posted on its website, to essentially ban cloth masks.

"Masking will be required at all times, indoors and outdoors. It is required that all students wear well-fitting, non-cloth masks with a nose wire. All employees are required to wear surgical grade masks or higher," the updated guidance said.

Comment: How interesting it is that everything is focused on the positivity rate now. The focus started out on deaths, then moved to hospitalizations, and now it is this all encompassing 'rate'. And also notice that the rare severity of Covid has decreased (and exceedingly, exceedingly rare for children), yet the restrictions continue and in many places accelerate. Such things should give pause to people feebly obeying the Grand Priests of Pharma, but the world population has become so compliant that we are in for the proverbial 'ride' as destruction continues to collapse on all the denial.


Heart - Black

Mother: teachers manipulated child to change gender identity

Jessica Konen
© The Center for American Liberty via AP
This Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022, photo provided by The Center for American Liberty shows Jessica Konen, left, with her attorney and CEO of The Center for American Liberty, CAL, Harmeet K. Dhillon in San Francisco.
A mother who claims teachers secretly manipulated her 11-year-old daughter into changing her gender identity and name has filed a legal case against a tiny California school district.

Spreckels Union School District was responsible for "extreme and outrageous conduct" that led the student on a path toward transitioning as a boy and drove a wedge between mother and child, according to the claim filed Wednesday by a conservative legal group.

Jessica Konen said two middle school teachers who ran the school's Equality Club — later known as UBU (You Be You) — planted the seed that her daughter was bisexual in 6th grade and then introduced the idea she was transgender.

The legal claim — a precursor to a lawsuit — follows a dustup in the district last fall after the author of a book widely criticized as "anti-transgender" quoted the two teachers speaking at a conference about how to run an LGBTQ+ club in a conservative community.

Heart - Black

Saudi strikes kill and injure hundreds in Yemen

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© AP / Hani Mohammed
People inspect the wreckage of buildings that were damaged by Saudi-led coalition airstrikes, in Sanaa, Yemen, Jan. 18, 2022
Scores of people have been killed and potentially hundreds have been injured by airstrikes in Yemen, the latest escalation in the Saudi Arabia-led coalition's war against Houthi rebels in the shattered country.

Targets struck on Friday reportedly included a prison and an airport in the northern city of Sa'ada, various government facilities and a telecommunications building in Hodeidah. Many of the victims were rushed to Al-Gumhourriyeh Hospital in Sa'ada, which received 138 wounded and 70 dead, according to the aid group Doctors Without Borders (MSF).

Al-Gumhourriyeh is so overwhelmed that it can't accept any more patients, and at least two other hospitals in the city have received large numbers of casualties, MSF said. There are still many bodies at the scene of the most devastating strike, at the prison in Sa'ada.

"It is impossible to know how many people have been killed," said Ahmed Mahat, MSF's head of mission in Yemen. "It seems to have been a horrific act of violence."

NPC

Virginia school boards sue to block Youngkin order making masks optional

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Seven Virginia school boards are suing state Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) in an effort to block his executive order that makes mask-wearing optional in the classroom.

The plaintiffs, led by Fairfax County Public Schools, are requesting an immediate injunction of Youngkin's executive order, which gives Virginia parents the authority to choose whether their children should wear a face covering in classrooms.

The school boards are arguing that Youngkin's order violates a section of the state constitution, which says "The supervision of schools in each school division shall be vested in a school board."

They are also contending that the new governor's order is in breach of a law former Gov. Ralph Northam (D), Youngkin's predecessor, signed in March, which says schools in the state should abide by federal health recommendation to the "maximum extent practicable."

Comment: Youngkin seems like a pretty sensible guy. It's no wonder school boards led by fear and control are going after him.