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    Interesting Parts Slipping Out

    Some pure underground Art..... Street Art is in itself a pure form of realism. Praying to read the word from the church of all that is of pure light through written word by the all-knowing all-seeing lord of the science. "It is the first time in all medical history that a less than effectiveness of a medicine is being blamed on those who.... chose not to take the medicine."
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    A good read for the road. JMO of course https://unherd.com/2022/01/how-our-universities-became-sheep-factories/ Arif Ahmed Arif Ahmed is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Cambridge, Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, and a campaigner for free speech.
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    Another sign along one of the curbs that I just past on this journey, I became aware of what may give a little directional flow for the other travelers in their hyper fear type of journey. Those passing lanes are so filled with fear and dangerous when travelers only listen to those that profess to know the only way and insist, they are the science. But for sure I believe in the sciences, all. (period) With some of the road signs I and many travelers have passed in the last !8 plus months have been like the fore telling of the second coming (in my discipline first) a few scientists (disciples) have stepped out from mortal humanity to raise to a level of a scientist form a heavenly status. With a specific scientist putting forth a form of gospel in a backlite manner to address the followers from near a burning bush. But Hey on a lower level the shit is still sneakin out .... https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/stacey-lennox/2022/01/15/two-omicron-studies-are-fantastic-news-that-should-end-mandates-and-restrictions-n1549676 Yep....schlocky tabloid.
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    With most situations things slip out that are at times not obvious, at some point in the ongoing situation. But, in time will slip through the press (AP) that of course the media then plays as in most slips, toward the obvious. Again But... in a lowkey way move to the reasons for the obvious in a fashionable finger pointing article. “People are feeling like they’re getting less than they bargained for when they put their co leaders of the free world in office. There’s a lot of emotions, and none of them are good," said Quentin Wathum-Ocama, president of the Young Democrats of America. “I don’t know if the right word is ‘apoplectic’ or ‘demoralized.’ We’re down. We’re not seeing the results.” Sometimes when the portrayed picture of paradise comes into focus after the obvious is realized and those that believed in their leaders slightly different view of the promised paradise see... the obvious as an after effect. For those that looked closer at the promises, predictions and read all the great story lines through the last 12 plus months it has become just another ground hog day. The slipping out most likely will continue.
  5. Sometimes things sneak out to just reinforce the obvious. The co leader of the free world was asked questions released by Craig Melvin on the “Today show”, not one of the schlocky tabloids. — Alex Thompson (@AlexThomp) January 13, 2022 “Craig Melvin called attention to recent pleas from high-profile medical professionals urging the older co leader of the free worlds administration to take both a longer view of the pandemic, rather than tackling it crisis by crisis, and a firmer stance on vaccine requirements. Is it time to change course? he asked.” The co leader of the free world had a very deep response, “It is time for us to do what we have been doing, and that time is every day. Every day, it is time for us to agree that there are things and tools that are available to us to slow this thing down.” In an interesting full of thought answer the co leader of the free world gave but, honestly I cannot figure out what it means; “Time happens every day, so every day is always now, when we are doing what we are doing”? A very deep though, something one might hear in? Our co leader of the free world did proceed to explain another well thought response in furthering a verbal exchange that went into another level of leadership that, lets remember, this no scientist trained old person here, I can`t seem to grab a clear understanding of that level of leadership. But once again just voicing an observation of another road sign along my journey, food for thought. The co leader of the free world made a statement “the millions of eligible people who haven’t gotten vaccinated should go ahead and do that because it “will save their lives,” “which, yeah, that would really help”??? These old eyes can`t seem to get a view of the picture that we are being told is just around the next bend in the journey. I`m wondering if our co leaders of the free world understand that the questioning and free thinking minions of theirs that the co leaders want to lock in the truck or locked in the basement are having trouble seeing their promised paradise. JMO - FFT - idle discussion - thought production....
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    NIH Reveals Wuhan Lab Partner EcoHealth Alliance Committed More Grant Violations By Zachary Stieber January 13, 2022 Updated: January 13, 2022 The nonprofit that funneled United States grant money to a high-level laboratory in China committed a slew of violations, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) revealed this week. (EPOCH TIMES)
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    Mandatory Employee Vax Reporting

    Ford, GM, Whatever Dodge is currently will be completely off the hook for liabilities. As for unrepresented salaried employee`s they will have good attorneys waiting in line. As for those that followed through prior to the judgement, they still my see a liability chance.
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    Mandatory Employee Vax Reporting

    Breaking: SCOTUS blocks Biden employer vaccine mandate
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    Being just a long-term laborer, I tend to focus of course on the daily decisions that affect not only myself but also those others around me trying to accomplish the similar life achievements. With the educational document from that little corn field school in Indiana I`ve pick up some bad habits. Over the years life experiences show one view and sitting in a classroom show another of the trip we all take on our journey's. Unfortunately, for me I kinda walked my journey somewhat backwards from most. With education I went through the typical lower-level learning as everyone but, had the opportunities to receive training in the real world, as some may call it before the next level of classroom experiences. This first training was unfamiliar to me at first but soon became realized to be a life experience in education systems, techniques and methods of controlling one's decision making. Basic intelligence gathering, recording and documenting at first. Then the training in filtering. This second step, filtering would lend a bit of a curve ball in my next steps in my journey. When time came, I went to (always part time because of my decisions) to see about expanding (possibly) my abilities in life. So, Boiler Up. It became apparent that the decision making was present on all types of issues, personal and intellectual. On the intellectual level it was kinda different from what I had just been through on that other path. While Boilering Up I became aware, fast, that the factors, ingrediencies given for decisions were given with boundaries. No problem, I listened and proceeded to well go along. Those Prof`s that had instructions in different disciplines with the society or public affairs were very, opinionated at least. Those Prof`s tended to put forth in my eyes loaded or pretty much weighted material to... stir the body to their decisions that, were already prepared as what is factual and/or correct. So of course, the student body was then made to ..... think as they were instructed. Not instructed as a fundamental outline of education, as in a deductive reasoning manner of education. This was a contrasting level of awareness I found on this type or manner of applying educational techniques. From hours of reading documents to listening to past and present communications to then move into a decision-making plan, to then moving towards reasons given by an instructor that was posted, agued and instructed as factors to base any decision the body should or could make, to pass the Prof`s course. This was the beginning of my furthering education. Am I an unhappy Boiler Maker in no way. Am I glad to have had training that allowed me to see the other curb running alongside my path, without any doubt. Now don`t get me wrong RedHonco (scientist) I believe in your rights fully when it comes to your views of the journey you`ve laid claim too. But over the years (way too many to recount or want too) in these old eyes there`s a few things that are not doing the best in the results column. Perception presented by some with some form of an ulterior motive, products that gain profit and those that believe in opinions over the factual balance of deductive reasoning of presented facts. I only differ from your points made by understanding my chooses in the type of ways I understand the information, that we all on a daily basis are currently bombarded with. The motives either ulterior or not, profit based benefits or not, opinionated or not get all jumbled together, this is from one slightly educated, life experienced trained member of this free society to a scientist and just my take and not judgmental in anyway, I have the bad habit to take in all the road signs along our journey, then try to make the best decision for myself, of course trying to make the right "decision" to best reach my sought-after conclusions for the best results. Is thinking for oneself, making the best intended decisions and seeing opinions as just the first steps towards understanding... is this really becoming the parts of our path in this land founded on the freedom of free thought.
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    AP instructs editors: Start downplaying case counts in our stories about COVID – HotAir I`m a shopper, of food for thought. The real reasonings behind some plans are slipping out.
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    Agreed with the shopping reference, completely. As for educational background there leaves little to question other than the medical field you pointed out. If you look at the subject matter within the column it never stated any medical refences that aren`t in a vane of using the educational backgrounds posted by the writer. At times different highly educated people cross fields of discipline in what is known as a scientific cross referencing partnering studies. This gives the basis of fact checking and counter views from the different disciplines. Using analytical investigation crosses many fields of discipline. Basing statements of investigation that reference know facts doesn`t have to be in one`s only fields of education. There are a few terms that have been slowly moved out of our society that are brought to mind, thought provoking statements and food for thought. In some shopper's minds let their eyes read the authors article and find those two terms.
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    Outstanding read, thanks fmccap.
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    Mandatory Employee Vax Reporting

    My complete alignment is and always will be with the freedom of choice, with no judgement on my part, of anyone's choice. This is a long post again, but I believe there are many questions within our CDC & FDA standards and rulings that most may not be aware of that can and most likely will hopefully be brought to some point in the discussions on the Federal Government's leveling of any vaccine mandates. It is unclear whether COVID-19 vaccines can be mandated while operating under an EUA, and courts have not yet ruled on this issue. The federal government’s authority to institute a general vaccine mandate is unclear, and has not yet been tested in the courts, though it is likely limited at best. The Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution gives Congress the power to regulate commerce between states as well as with foreign countries. Drawing on this authority, the Public Health Service Act (PHSA) authorizes the HHS Secretary to adopt quarantine and isolation measures to prevent the spread of communicable disease among states but does not specifically mention federal vaccine mandates. Read broadly, the PHSA might allow the federal government to mandate vaccines to prevent the transmission of infectious disease between states or from foreign countries, though such measures have not been adopted – or reviewed by courts – to date. It is clear that the federal government does have authority to mandate vaccines for members of the military, and those targeted mandates have been upheld by courts. In addition, federal law mandates certain vaccinations for immigrants seeking to enter the U.S. General vaccine mandates, however, are generally within the purview of state and local governments, as explained below, with the federal government playing a supporting role. For example, the increase in the number of states requiring vaccination to attend school is attributed to “urg[ing]” from the CDC after measles outbreaks in the 1960s. Otherwise, the federal government’s public health efforts have been largely focused on quarantine and isolation, rather than vaccine mandates. Current state vaccination laws for adults are focused on health care workers and patients in health care facilities, rather than the general population. State vaccination mandates for health care workers vary but generally include the requirement to offer certain vaccines, and in some cases document employee vaccination status (subject to exemptions described below). For example, 18 states require flu vaccine to be offered to hospital staff and/or require hospitals to report the status of employee vaccination to the state, and 15 states have measles, mumps, and rubella vaccination laws for hospital health care workers. How does the FDA emergency use authorization affect COVID-19 vaccine mandates? It is unclear whether COVID-19 vaccination could be legally mandated while the FDA’s EUA is in place. Current mandates apply to vaccines that have been fully approved by the FDA. By contrast, COVIBD-19 vaccines have been authorized under the FDA’s temporary emergency use authority. The EUA statute provides that individuals must be informed “of the option to accept or refuse administration of the product, of the consequences", if any, of refusing administration of the product, and of the alternatives to the product that are available and of their benefits and risks.” Some commentators have interpreted this provision to mean that individuals cannot be required to receive a vaccine that is subject to an EUA. Others have questioned whether the reference to “consequences” of refusing a vaccine subject to an EUA includes not only potential health consequences but also other adverse outcomes such as loss of employment. The legislative history does not contain any references to mandates for vaccines under EUA. The EUA law was created after the September 11th terrorist attacks, and to date, courts have not interpreted this provision. In addition to the legal uncertainty, some commentators have raised ethical questions about mandating a vaccine that is subject to EUA. The EUA authority requires less evidence of safety and efficacy compared to full FDA approval (usually based on the duration of safety and efficacy data available). Specifically, an EUA is permitted during a public health emergency, if the FDA determines that it is reasonable to believe the vaccine “may treat or prevent the disease, the known and potential benefits outweigh the known and potential risks, and no approved adequate available alternative exists" (emphasis added). By contrast, full FDA approval involves a finding that the vaccine is safe, effective, and pure. For COVID-19 vaccines, the FDA has set a high standard for determining whether to grant an EUA, including requiring data from at least one Phase 3 clinical trial that demonstrates the vaccine’s safety and efficacy “in a clear and compelling manner” and setting minimum efficacy and safety requirements. At least one vaccine manufacturer has indicated that it now has enough safety and efficacy data to submit an application for full approval to the FDA. But any "high standard" as mentioned set by the FDA is in full question, the statement along uses the term "high standard" but gives no discussion or data to put this vaccine as surpassing any standard levels of evaluation by the FDA. Which is key to the question of, does this "high or standard level of evaluation" make for a Federal Government Mandate, to be legal?
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    UPDATE: US Military Report States COVID-19 Was Created by a US-Funded EcoHealth Alliance Program at Wuhan Institute of Virology – RedState Hmmm Interesting "On Monday night 10 Jan. Project Veritas released a new report announcing that they’d obtained US military documents proving that Dr. Anthony Fauci had lied to Congress and, more specifically, “never-before-seen documents regarding the origins of COVID-19, gain of function research, vaccines, potential treatments which have been suppressed, and the government’s effort to conceal all of this.” "One document, an August 13, 2021 report on Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) letterhead from the Commandant of the Marine Corps Fellow, DARPA to the Inspector General of the Department of Defense carries the subject line: “SARS CoV-2 Origins Investigation With US Government Program Undisclosed Document Analysis.” The analysis reports that the 2018 EcoHealth Alliance coronavirus research proposal that DARPA rejected because it was too risky and likely violated the gain of function research ban was then funded by NIH/NIAID and carried out, and that SARS-CoV-2 – a/k/a COVID-19 – resulted from that research and escaped in August 2019." Kinda put`s some of Rand Paul`s Senate questioning in a new focus.
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    https://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2022/01/10/cdc-director-finally-admits-major-factor-behind-people-dying-from-wuhan-coronavirus-n2601633 ***Original post*** After years of government lockdowns, restrictions, school closures and mandates controlling the lives of the American people, Centers for Disease Control Director Rochelle Walensky is finally admitting what we already knew to be true. "The overwhelming number of deaths, over 75 percent, occurred in people who had at least four comorbidities. So really, these were people who were unwell to begin with," Walensky told "Good Morning America" Friday. "At least four comorbidities." "In other words, generally healthy people are not at high risk of dying from the disease. We've known this since summer 2020, and yet, healthy people have been forced to quarantine and work remotely, or not at all, since the pandemic started." "CDC director says over 75% of covid deaths were people with “at least four comorbidities” and were “unwell to begin with” pic.twitter.com/Oq6Oh2qk90 — Lucas Tomlinson (@LucasFoxNews) January 10, 2022 Further, during an interview with "Fox News Sunday," Walensky exposed the data on deaths from Wuhan coronavirus vs. with the disease is mixed together and therefore, completely contaminated. Regardless, the bad data has been used by government officials to justify shutting down schools, regulating private businesses and violating individual medical sovereignty with vaccine mandates. It is slipping out.... "The damage control is in place this morning with the "clarification" of the true meaning to all the "comorbidity" discussion on yesterday's discussion." Hmm
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