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Statism in Commiefornia

“You know brainwashing is real when white people protest against white people for being white people.” – Kathy Zhu

 

(Yup…more about that in the video)

 

But brainwashing gets even more real when people shiver with excitement at the US’s $1.95 billion deal with Pfizer for 100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine. A vaccine which statistically won’t ever exist. Just as it doesn’t exist for the seasonal flu, or SARS, or MERS, or cancer…

 

(Wait Jeff, you know that annual flu shot that people line up for? Specially designed to exterminate that year’s unique strain mutation? That’s a vaccine man!)

 

Thanks Lucy, yes, of course. Let’s look at that.

 

In 2018, at least 186 children had died of the seasonal flu in the US. Dr. Anthony Fauci then explained why there isn’t a universal vaccine that can help protect us from the flu.

 

“It has to do with the flu virus’ ‘drift’ and ‘shift’”, said Fauci, which in simple terms means the virus mutates.

 

“This is so different from other important viruses like measles. The measles I got as a child is the same measles that’s in the vaccine that we vaccinated my children with. So you don’t have to worry about that change.”

 

“So what we’re fighting against is trying to get a [flu] vaccine that would induce a response against that part of the virus that doesn’t change from season to season or with a pandemic. We refer to that as the universal flu vaccine.”

 

They’re still searching for it.

 

Yet, somehow, after just a few months of the worst virus the world has ever seen, Pfizer has already sold its Covid-19 vaccine for close to $2 billion.

 

An announcement which resulted in a 4.28% rise in Pfizer stocks, with some of the recent activity including the Rothschild’s Asset Management buying close to 800,000 shares in Pfizer Inc…

 

Bill Gates is also making a killing on the stock market. And the Commifornia governor is now The only one who will decide what constitutes a meal with your drinks. I’ll give you a hint: Buffalo wings, fried calamari, sandwiches and salads need not apply.
“You know brainwashing is real when white people protest against white people for being white people.” – Kathy Zhu
(Yup…more about that in the video)
But brainwashing gets even more real when people shiver with excitement at the US’s $1.95 billion deal with Pfizer for 100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine. A vaccine which statistically won’t ever exist. Just as it doesn’t exist for the seasonal flu, or SARS, or MERS, or cancer…
(Wait Jeff, you know that annual flu shot that people line up for? Specially designed to exterminate that year’s unique strain mutation? That’s a vaccine man!)
Thanks Lucy, yes, of course. Let’s look at that.
In 2018, at least 186 children had died of the seasonal flu in the US. Dr. Anthony Fauci then explained why there isn’t a universal vaccine that can help protect us from the flu.
“It has to do with the flu virus’ ‘drift’ and ‘shift’”, said Fauci, which in simple terms means the virus mutates.
“This is so different from other important viruses like measles. The measles I got as a child is the same measles that’s in the vaccine that we vaccinated my children with. So you don’t have to worry about that change.”
“So what we’re fighting against is trying to get a [flu] vaccine that would induce a response against that part of the virus that doesn’t change from season to season or with a pandemic. We refer to that as the universal flu vaccine.”
They’re still searching for it.
Yet, somehow, after just a few months of the worst virus the world has ever seen, Pfizer has already sold its Covid-19 vaccine for close to $2 billion.
An announcement which resulted in a 4.28% rise in Pfizer stocks, with some of the recent activity including the Rothschild’s Asset Management buying close to 800,000 shares in Pfizer Inc…
Bill Gates is also making a killing on the stock market. And the Commifornia governor is now The only one who will decide what constitutes a meal with your drinks. I’ll give you a hint: Buffalo wings, fried calamari, sandwiches and salads need not apply.
The jury is out on tacos.
Watch on:
Statism is reaching new heights and if this makes you uncomfortable, remember that it’s okay to riot, loot, burn things and use force as part of a BLM mass protest, but it’s NOT OKAY to point your guns at these protestors to protect your property and your life. Just ask the St. Louis couple who has now been charged with unlawful use of a weapon.

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Big Holes in the Covid ‘Spike’ Narrative

Motorcycle accidents ruled Covid deaths? In the rush to paint Florida as the epicenter of the “second wave” of the coronavirus outbreak, government officials and their allies in the mainstream media have stooped to ridiculous depths to maximize the death count. A television station this weekend looked into two highly unusual Covid deaths among victims in their 20s, and when they asked about co-morbidities they were told one victim had none, because his Covid death came in the form of a fatal motorcycle accident.

Sadly, this is not an isolated incident. In fact the “spike” that has dominated the mainstream for the last couple of weeks is full of examples of such trickery.

Washington state last week revised its Covid death numbers downward when it was revealed that anyone who passed away for any reason whatsoever who also had coronavirus was listed as a “Covid-19 death” even if the cause of death had nothing to do with Covid-19.

In South Carolina, the state health agency admitted that the “spike” in Covid deaths was only the result of delayed reporting of suspected Covid deaths.

An analysis of reported daily Covid deaths last week compared to actual day-of-death in Houston revealed that the recent “spike” consisted largely of deaths that occurred in April through June. Why delay reporting until now?

We do know that based on this “spike” the Democrat mayor of Houston cancelled the convention of the Texas Republican Party. Mission accomplished?

Doesn’t it seem suspicious that so many states have experienced “delayed” reporting of deaths until Fauci and his gang of “experts” announced that we are in a new nightmare scenario?

Last week in Florida – which is perhaps not coincidentally the location of the Republican Party’s national convention – another scandal emerged when hundreds of Covid test centers reported 100 percent positive results. Obviously this would paint a far grimmer picture of the resurgence of the virus. Orlando Health, for example, reported a positivity rate of 98 percent – a shocking level – but a further investigation revealed a true positivity rate of only 9.4 percent. Those “anomalies” were repeated throughout the state.

“Cases” once meant individuals who displayed sufficient symptoms to be treated in medical facilities. But when the scaremongers needed a “second wave” they began reporting any positive test result as a “Covid case.” No wonder we have a “spike.”

Politics demands that politicians be seen doing “something” rather than nothing, even if that something is more harmful than doing nothing at all. That is why Washington is so addicted to sanctions.

The same has been true especially in Republican-controlled states in the US in response to the coronavirus. Faced with a virus that has killed about one-third as many people as the normal, seasonal flu virus in 2018, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has endorsed a partial shutdown of the economy resulting in millions tossed into the despair of unemployment. Then he arbitrarily shut down bars because massively increased testing showed more people have been exposed to the virus. And he mandated that people wear face masks. Neither shutting down bars (instead of restaurants or Walmarts) nor forcing people to wear masks will have any effect on the progression of the virus through society. But at least he looks like he’s doing “something.”

We are facing the greatest assault on our civil liberties in our lifetimes. The virus is real, but the government reaction is political and totalitarian. As it falls apart, will more Americans start fighting for their liberty?

Source

Big Holes in the Covid ‘Spike’ Narrative

 

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HEALTH “EXPERT” HYPOCRITES CAN’T BE TRUSTED

Brainwashed by media and politicians that we must believe the flacks and hacks they elevate and feature as “top experts” in the field, be it the scores of military wars they lie us into or the COVID War they launched, their hypocrisy and bias are clearly evidenced in the 11 July New York Times article “Experts Feel Torn on Dangers of Different Protests.”

Indeed, the world is in danger when physicians and health officials openly reveal their scientific insights into the virus pandemic depend on their political opinions, states Gerald Celente.

On 30 May, 300 epidemiologists and public health officials signed a letter supporting those protesting the murder of George Floyd by a policeman in
Minneapolis… despite their previous, dire warnings of the risk of the virus spreading if people gathered in large numbers at close quarters.

In part, their letter stated, “As public health advocates, we do not condemn these gatherings [the Floyd protests] as risky for COVID-19 transmission. We
support them as vital to the national public health.”

These are the same epidemiologist hypocrites who publicly had condemned protests in Michigan, Ohio, and additional states against the shelter-in-place
draconian lockdowns, claiming the mass gathering endangered public health by risking the spread of the coronavirus.

Facts don’t matter!

As evidenced by the pure hypocrisy of mainstream media’s so-called “public health” experts, their diagnoses are politically corrupt.

Source

Gerald Celente Trends

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Wanted: Contact Tracers

Please delete me from your contact list (email, phone, name, etc). I do not care if you are POSITIVE COVID or NEGATIVE COVID. This is a fake virus, a plandemic.

I will not comply. I will not get tested. I will not take any tests or vaccines.

What’s in a name? Everything. Find out about the latest attempt to package the Orwellian total police state surveillance grid as something wonderful and wholesome—and why you should never, ever say “contact tracing”—in this week’s edition of #PropagandaWatch.

This is sickening. How far are they willing to go? We will soon find out.

Gestapo style ideas. We are nearing Germany’s WWII style system in the USA and around the world.

Source:

The Corbett Report

Stop Calling It Contact Tracing! – #PropagandaWatch

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Becoming a Data Scientist {EDC Developer + Statistical Expert + Data Manager}

At an early age, I was drawn to computers. I did well in math; I love science and I started enjoying programming when my stepfather gave me a small computer to program games. This was my real experience with programming. I think the programming language was Basic. The computer had some built-in games and basic math problems in it but you could also play around with ‘Basic‘ codes and create your own.

Then I went to a technical school and into college where you take basic classes in information system /technology and took courses in telecommunication management.  Most of the courses were around IP, PBX and Network Administration.  As part of that curriculum, I took a basic programming course and VB.net. I really like that since it has a visual interface (drag and drop to create the interface) and when you click a button you create an event so I like the design aspect of it (I am known to be very creative) then I started to design for people (website design and development, small databases). A lot better than working in telecommunications. I thought VB was a great first language to learn. Later I took a Microsoft Access database development class and we learn database design (relational) and found out I was really good at that.

Before I graduated, I was already working for a well known pharmaceutical company as a database analyst within their data management and biometrics team. They really like what I did with their clinical operations data (investigator data – you know the one that now we need CTMS systems for nowadays). So this was a confirmation that ‘databases’ was my passion. I love designing it, managing and maintaining it.

During my early years in this industry, I spent a lot of time writing SQL codes and SAS programs.  We pulled the messy data (back in those years we used the Clintrial Oracle backend system) and very problem solving oriented. A business question was asked and we would go using either SQL or SAS and go into this messy database and figure it out the answer. I really enjoyed that.

In recent years, I take data from a {EDC} system then write scripts to summarize the data for reporting and put into a data warehouse and then I use a product called ‘IBM Cognos’, which points to the data warehouse to build those reports and worked with different users across different departments (a lot of different audiences for the data) with a lot of different interesting data in there. I have spent time using APIs to extract data via Web Services (usually in XML-ODM format) and generate useful reports in SAS or Excel XML.

People think that being a data analyst is just sitting around a computer screen and crunching data. A lot of it is design-oriented, people-oriented, and problem-solving. So when people ask a question, I get to dive into the data and figure it out the answer.

Next step is to get into predictive analytics and do more data mining and data forecasting.

Are you still excited about becoming a data scientist?

You can start by reading my blog about programming languages you should learn here!

Other tools and programming languages you should learn: Anaconda, R Programming, Python, Business Intelligence Software like Tableau, Big Data Analytics with Hadoop, create new representations of the data using HTML and CSS (for example when you use APIs, XML to extract data from third-party sources).

Anayansi, MPM, an EDC Developer Consultant and clinical programmer for the Pharmaceutical, Biotech, and Medical Device industry with more than 18 years of experience.

Available for short-term contracts or ad-hoc requests.  See my contact page for more details or contact me.

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