Denmark bans COVID vaccines for people under 50

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(Natural News) The Scandinavian nation of Denmark on Wednesday, Sept. 14, expanded the ban on Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines for individuals younger than 50 years old. Earlier, the ban only applied to Danes 18 years old and younger.

“The risk of becoming severely ill from COVID-19 increases with age,” according to the Danish Health Authority (SST). “Therefore, people who have reached the age of 50 and particularly vulnerable people will be offered vaccination.”

It explained that “the purpose of vaccination is not to prevent infection with COVID-19,” adding that “people aged under 50 are generally not at particularly higher risk of becoming severely ill.”

“Younger people … are well protected against becoming severely ill from COVID-19 as a very large number of them have already been vaccinated and have previously been infected with COVID-19. There is consequently good immunity among this part of the population.”

The SST defined the sectors of the Danish population who will instead be offered COVID-19 vaccines as people aged 50 years old and up; people younger than 50 who at a higher risk of becoming severely ill; healthcare and elderly care workers; workers in the social services sector who have close contact with high-risk COVID-19 patients; and relatives of persons at particularly higher risk.

It emphasized that “COVID-19 is a seasonal disease and that the number of infections are expected to increase during autumn and winter. [Thus], a large part of the population will become infected with covid-19 during the autumn, and we therefore want to vaccinate those having the highest risk.”


The SST also touched on Copenhagen’s earlier decision to ban COVID-19 vaccines for younger Danes, writing that children and adolescents rarely become severely ill from the [B11529] omicron variant.

“From July 1, 2022, it was no longer possible for children and adolescents aged under 18 to get the first injection – and from Sept. 1, 2022, it was no longer possible for them to get the second injection,” it said. (Related: Sweden and Denmark ban dangerous COVID-19 vaccines for young people.)

Berenson lauds Denmark’s decision as “significant”

In a Sept. 15 post on his Substack, investigative journalist Alex Berenson commented on Copenhagen’s decision to ban vaccines for a significant chunk of the Danish population.

“Denmark did not explictly say the risks of mRNA [shots] now outweigh the benefits for healthy people under 50,” he wrote.

“But that view is implicit in the announcement, which does not merely discourage, but actually bans shots for those people – even though Denmark expects ‘a large wave of infection’ in the next few months.”

Berenson emphasized that the SST “is not stopping shots because COVID-19 has ended,” but because “it now believes most people are better off getting the [Wuhan] coronavirus than taking more mRNA [vaccines].”

“In yesterday’s announcement of the new policies, Denmark explicitly dropped any effort to halt the spread of the coronavirus and said that it will focus only on protecting people at very high risk”

According to the investigative journalist, Copenhagen’s decision is “particularly significant because Denmark has an excellent national healthcare system and has aggressively collected data on COVID-19 and vaccines.”

He added that Denmark “was among the first countries to stop giving COVID-19 shots to healthy children and teenagers.” Now, other countries in Europe such as the United Kingdom are following suit.

Berenson also took jabs at the so-called “fact checkers” trying to twist words. These “fact-checkers” – the Associated Press in particular – previously insisted that Denmark’s move to halt vaccinations for Danes aged 18 and younger “wasn’t actually a move to stop vaccination.”

“Denmark didn’t ‘ban’ COVID-19 vaccines for children, except it pretty much did. Only the tiny minority of kids at very high risk from the [Wuhan] coronavirus will be even considered for the shots,” he wrote.

The investigative journalist sarcastically wished these fact-checkers “good luck” as they “try to spin” the SST’s Sept. 14 announcement. has more stories related to COVID-19 vaccines.

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Video shows camouflaged illegal aliens easily crossing southern border wall to enter US

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(Natural News) Fox News national correspondent Bill Melugin’s team has posted a video showing illegal aliens wearing camouflage suits, scaling down the United States southern border and fleeing into the country’s interior.

The group entered the U.S. within a 45-minute timespan near the border community of Naco, Arizona. Melugin reported that none of the illegals were captured. “Migrants were lowered down a wall, evading its ribbons of concertina wire, in what was seemingly a sophisticated smuggling operation,” the news portal Western Journal (WJ) said.

The video post did not indicate the date the footage was recorded, but the tweet went online on September 13 morning and as per the mainstream media journalist, it is just one of the many intrusions taking place on a regular basis.  The correspondent further said the man with the cell phone on top of the wall is a human smuggler who told the news team he crosses people over every morning.

“Naco is part of border patrol’s Tucson, Arizona sector, which DHS sources tell me has seen the most getaways so far in the fiscal year 2022 with approximately 160,000. The man with the cell phone on top of the wall is a human smuggler who told us he crosses people over every morning,” Melugin replied to his original social media post.

He added that the border patrol union officials told him the crossing happens when so many agents are pulled off frontline field patrol to do administrative and processing duties instead, and when the few agents who are on patrol are already occupied tracking down other groups.


Nearly five million undocumented immigrants crossed borders 18 months into Biden’s term

President Joe Biden’s administration has been “soft” in enforcing immigration laws, and analysts are saying that this has now resulted in record-setting levels of illegal immigration and drug smuggling. (Related: 4.9 Million illegal aliens blew past the US border in the 18 months since Biden was installed in office.)

According to the conservative think tank Center for Immigration Studies, the border patrol has apprehended more illegals than in any other year of American history in 2022 and the volume of apprehensions at the border correlates with the volume of illegals entering the country.

In a report released on August 16 by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), 4.9 million illegal alien invaders have crossed the borders in the 18 months since Biden was installed in office. This includes the 3.9 million nationwide total reported by Customs and Border Protection, which includes a whopping 3.4 million at the Southwest border, as well as approximately 900,000 gotaways who have entered the country undetected per agency sources.

FAIR President Dan Stein believes that the current government’s rollback of former President Donald Trump’s immigration restriction policies has triggered the current mass migration surge.

According to a report in Politico, these policies implemented during the Trump era, such as the “Remain in Mexico” asylum guidance, significantly reduced illegal border crossings during his term.

“The endless flow of illegal aliens and the incursion of lethal narcotics pouring across our border will not end until this administration demonstrates a willingness to enforce our laws,” Stein added.

Incidentally, at least two of the most current undocumented immigrant crossers came with sizable bags. WJ stated there is no way to know the contents of their packets, but drug smuggling is commonplace on the southern border.

FAIR reported 2,071 pounds of fentanyl and 12,989 pounds of methamphetamine were seized at the southern border in July, with much more getting through because Border Patrol agents are busy processing illegal aliens. The amount of fentanyl seized in July is equivalent to 469 million lethal doses.

Moreover, as the border crossers would not have health insurance, they would burden healthcare systems in border regions. Additionally, illegal immigration has a detrimental effect on labor conditions and can crush American wages.

Also, education costs for the illegals’ children have been causing “issues” in American public schools, according to the conservative group Judicial Watch. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that undocumented children and young adults have the same right to attend public primary and secondary schools as U.S. citizens and permanent residents.

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Calls for safe zone around Ukraine nuclear plant intensify as both sides accused of shelling

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(Natural News) United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres is calling for the area around the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Ukraine, which is currently occupied by Russian forces, to be demilitarized. He recently outlined specific steps that both sides should take to reach this goal.

The first step would see forces from both sides agreeing to refrain from military activity in the area surrounding the plant – a request that seems to support claims that Ukraine is responsible for at least some of the shelling in the area.

The second step would involve reaching an agreement on a demilitarized perimeter. He explained: “Specifically, that would include a commitment by Russian forces to withdraw all military personnel and equipment from that perimeter and a commitment by Ukrainian forces not to move into it.”

Although such an agreement would ease jitters around the world about the potential for nuclear disaster as fighting rages on in the area of Zaporizhzhia, the biggest nuclear power station in Europe, it appears that the sides will not be easily swayed.

Russia’s UN Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia commented: “If we demilitarize, then the Ukrainians will immediately step in and ruin the whole thing.” He added that Russian soldiers were currently defending the station.

Meanwhile, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), a nuclear watchdog, has ramped up calls for a security zone around the plant, where they say their experts have discovered extensive damage. Their report said that the situation there was not sustainable and that there is a risk of disaster if the shooting doesn’t stop.


The IAEA report noted: “While the ongoing shelling has not yet triggered a nuclear emergency, it continues to represent a constant threat to nuclear safety and security with potential impact on critical safety functions that may lead to radiological consequences with great safety significance.”

Although the Ukrainian president praised the report by the IAEA for its references to Russian military occupation, Russia maintains that Ukraine is responsible for the shelling in the area of the plant, which was seized by Russian forces not long after they invaded the country in late February but is still operated by Ukrainian technicians.

Russia accuses Ukraine of shelling nuclear plant

Russia has accused Kiev of ongoing shelling at the plant, and Russian President Vladimir Putin recently weighed in on the situation. He called claims that Russian forces were behind the shelling of a plant they are occupying “absolute nonsense” and asked, “Well, are we shooting at ourselves, or what?”

He believes that Ukraine is shelling the site to “create an additional crisis” and claimed that fragments from Western weapons had been found there. Another theory that has been put forth to explain why Ukraine might shell its plant is a desire to provoke Russia into returning fire, which may cause other countries to deepen sanctions against Russia.

One of the seven recommendations included in the IAEA report was putting an end to shelling. Shelling continued when a 14-member team from the IAEA visited the site last week. Most of the team left the plant two days later, but two officials are remaining at the site on a permanent basis.

The report also lists areas of the plant that have sustained damage, including a facility where radioactive waste is stored, a building that houses nuclear fuel, and a building with an alarm system. In addition, it noted that the power station was cut off several times from offsite power supplies that are considered critical for its safe operation.

The UN says that shelling at the plant, which is situated on the River Dnieper’s southern bank across from Ukrainian-held military positions and towns, could lead to an unlimited release of radioactive material.

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Our Current Societal Systems Are An Ever-Intensifying, Multidimensional Crisis


It becomes banal and repetitive to note we are in a state of crisis. Post-industrial civilization lurches inexorably from one crisis to the next, without resolving the previous crises. When were we ever not in a crisis? When I look back at my life, I recall an endless series of geopolitical emergencies — wars, diseases, environmental disasters, pollution, recession, cancer clusters, civil unrest, homelessness, gang wars, stagnation, terrorism, and so on.

Perhaps it is most accurate to define the basic characteristic of our society as one ever-intensifying, multidimensional crisis.

It does feel as if this multi-dimensional crisis is worsening rapidly, however. We may soon move toward a new crescendo of emergency, and a little beyond that, a deeper plunge into the unknown.

Why is this happening to us?

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I don’t think we can ever resolve the crisis (if we can even do so at this point; I still tend to believe, despite all evidence to the contrary, that we can, but only by embracing an unstinting, courageous dedication to radical honesty, to truth, wherever it leads us) until we correctly answer that basic, niggling question of “why?”

I find it infuriating to read newspapers like The New York Times because, while The Times catalogues many of the ongoing disasters in fantastic detail, it provides no greater context. There is little effort to pull back far enough so readers can get a hold on the overall pattern, except in some scattered editorials. (I realize that is not what journalistic enterprises are “supposed” to do, but I question that, as even the most avowedly “objective” news purveyors is shaped and saturated by an invisible, unstated ideology that permeates every page).

I believe that the primary reason we are in this increasingly accelerating planetary catastrophe is that we don’t know how to think, and then act, from a systemic and comprehensive point of view.

Our leaders do not reflect a whole-systems perspective. We, the people, are not educated into a systems-level vision that encompasses the relatively distant future, the evolutionary trajectory of the Earth, and other aspects of deep time or depth-of-field. Our education system is an obsolete weapon of indoctrination, designed to produce shallow conformity, to “manufacture consent.”

Economists — someone like Paul Krugman, who I enjoy reading — will talk intelligently about inflation, GDP, Quantitative Easing, labor policies, and so on. But they rarely, if ever, step back to interrogate the basic question of whether we can or should keep seeking more growth, more material progress, and more development, considering the fact that we live on a fragile planet with finite resources that are being rapidly depleted.

At this moment, Europe has a massive problem as Putin is choking off access to Russia’s natural gas, which the economies of Europe, particularly Germany, became dependent on over the last decades. Europe allowed Russia to amass financial and political power because Russian gas was the cheapest energy available and, therefore, politically expedient. With the current cut-off, energy bills across many parts of Europe and the UK have spiked as much as five times, immediately forcing many businesses to close. There is a likelihood that huge sectors of industry — for instance, car manufacturers in Germany — will be unable to produce this winter, as gas is rationed to keep people from freezing.

I don’t want to say I consider this a good thing, but in some ways, I do think it could be a good thing — but only if, somehow or other, a systems-level realization starts to kick in. And that is, still, almost nowhere to be found.

Out of curiosity, I looked up the amount of reserves of natural gas estimated in the world. According to, in 2017, there were nearly seven trillion cubic feet of natural gas. We use about 1/52nd of these reserves every year. In other words, we will run out of natural gas in under a half century.

Where are we with oil? According to The Christian Science Monitor (2013):

“BP’s annual report on proved global oil reserves says that as of the end of 2013, Earth has nearly 1.688 trillion barrels of crude, which will last 53.3 years at current rates of extraction. This figure is 1.1 percent higher than that of the previous year. In fact, during the past 10 years proven reserves have risen by 27 percent, or more than 350 billion barrels.”

Thus we have forty years left of oil, give or take. Apparently, when it comes to coal, we have a bit more time. Something like ninety years. But coal, obviously, comes at a much bigger environmental cost.

Along with accelerated global warming, I find this to be much bigger, more profoundly important news than the World Economic Forum’s “Great Reset,” Chinese totalitarianism, or even the Ukraine war. It suggests that the world is barreling toward a monumental contraction. Yet it is rarely discussed or trumpeted in the mainstream media — probably because the media is largely underwritten by oil companies and car companies.

What should be happening now is a global cooperative effort to re-design our energy and economic systems so that we can, as a species, survive this massive shockwave that is inevitably going to hit all of us.

But we are so far from that, it feels absurd to even mention it at this point.

Over the last few decades, it seems we have become even more stupid, more ignorant, more blinkered as a species. In some areas, however, there are signs of progress — as I will explore in future essays.

I believe we need a collective awakening that assigns the current form of  Capitalism to the scrap heap. The profit motive driving the strategies of corporations are antithetical to humanity’s future survival in a fast-changing world where warming accelerates as fossil fuel energy grows scarce. I realize that nobody wants to give up more power to national governments or to global control systems. The only logical alternative, then, would be some kind of decision-making and resource-assigning infrastructure, perhaps built on a blockchain, to facilitate people in rapidly assimilating all evidence on every topic of immediate concern, making an educated choice, and then acting together toward a shared, agreed-upon goal.

Such a “people-powered” platform could, at least in theory, make governments and corporations obsolete — this is probably why nobody will build it. But crisis can force rapid innovation and unanticipated developments.

What seems a more plausible outcome is we continue racing in the wrong direction until breakdown occurs. 

Doug Rushkoff just re-published his piece from a few years ago, “The super-rich ‘preppers’ planning to save themselves from the apocalypse,” which is a must-read. A small group of billionaire tech investors and hedge-fund managers invited Rushkoff to speak on the future of technology. But in fact, they were most interested in building escape bunkers and preparing themselves for imminent global breakdown. Rushkoff writes:

The billionaires who called me out to the desert to evaluate their bunker strategies are not the victors of the economic game so much as the victims of its perversely limited rules. …

“Yet this Silicon Valley escapism – let’s call it The Mindset – encourages its adherents to believe that the winners can somehow leave the rest of us behind.

Never before have our society’s most powerful players assumed that the primary impact of their own conquests would be to render the world itself unlivable for everyone else. Nor have they ever before had the technologies through which to programme their sensibilities into the very fabric of our society. The landscape is alive with algorithms and intelligences actively encouraging these selfish and isolationist outlooks. Those sociopathic enough to embrace them are rewarded with cash and control over the rest of us. It’s a self-reinforcing feedback loop. This is new.

Amplified by digital technologies and the unprecedented wealth disparity they afford, The Mindset allows for the easy externalization of harm to others, and inspires a corresponding longing for transcendence and separation from the people and places that have been abused.”

When I wrote Breaking Open the Head, I hoped that a second wave of the psychedelic revolution might be a catalyst that shifted people — particularly elite holders of financial and culture capital – into taking a systemic design approach to our imperiled world. Instead, it seems that Capitalism has assimilated psychedelics, reducing them to tools for creativity and mental health. This is also a trend I intend to critique in greater depth, soon enough.

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