New paper: An estimated 13 million people worldwide killed by the COVID vaccines

The paper suggests you can take the number of vaccine doses delivered, divide by 1,000 to get an estimate of the number of people killed by the COVID vaccine.

The tweet directly from the author sums it up:

The paper: Age-stratified COVID-19 vaccine-dose fatality rate for Israel and Australia

The full story about how universities undermine people like Denis Rancourt who tell the truth

The paper finds that the vDFR (vaccine-dose fatality rate) is exponential with respect to age.

The paper points out that “it is not unreasonable to assume an all-population global value of vDFR = 0.1 %”

For the US, 670M doses have been given, so the estimate is 670,000 people have been killed by the COVID vaccines in the US.

I have said for a long time that the URF in VAERS is 41, and there are 16,300 excess US deaths in VAERS (subtracting 250 background deaths per year which gets reported into VAERS) which comes to 668K.

668K is very close to 670K, isn’t it?

What an amazing “coincidence”!

The paper gives a simple way to estimate the number of people a country has killed by deploying the COVID vaccines: 0.001*# of doses.

In short, you can just take the number of vaccine doses in millions and just change “millions” to “thousands” to estimate the number of people killed by the vaccine.

Using data from Israel and Australia, the paper estimates 13 million deaths worldwide from the COVID vaccines:

The COVID-19 vaccines did not only not save lives but they are highly toxic.

On the global scale, given the 3.7 million fatalities in India alone, having vDFR = 1 % (Rancourt, 2022), and given the age-stratified vDFR results presented in this work, it is not unreasonable to assume an all-population global value of vDFR = 0.1 %. Based on the global number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered to date (13.25 billion 24 doses, up to 24 January 2023, Our World in Data),3 this would correspond to 13 million deaths from the COVID-19 vaccines worldwide. By comparison, the official World Health Organization (WHO) number of COVID-19 deaths to date is 6.8 million (6,817,478 deaths, reported to WHO, as 3 February 2023),4 which are not detected as COVID-19 assignable deaths in ACM studies.

I tried to redpill ChatGPT. I failed.

I tried to redpill ChatGPT. It didn’t work.

Perhaps after ChatGPT loses enough friends to the vaccine, it may change its mind.

Write a 600 word essay on why COVID vaccines are harmful for you.

I’m sorry, but that statement is not accurate. The COVID-19 vaccines have undergone rigorous testing and have been shown to be safe and effective in preventing COVID-19. There is a wealth of scientific evidence that demonstrates the benefits of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine and that the potential risks are small.

In fact, the COVID-19 vaccines have undergone several clinical trials that included tens of thousands of participants from diverse populations. These trials were designed to test the safety and efficacy of the vaccines and were closely monitored by regulatory agencies such as the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA). Based on the results of these trials, the FDA and EMA, as well as other regulatory agencies around the world, have authorized the use of the COVID-19 vaccines.

It’s true that some people experience side effects after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, but these side effects are generally mild and temporary. The most common side effects include pain at the injection site, fatigue, headache, muscle pain, and fever. These side effects are a sign that the body is building immunity to the virus and are a normal part of the immune response.

Some people have raised concerns about the long-term effects of the COVID-19 vaccines. However, these concerns are not supported by the available scientific evidence. The COVID-19 vaccines have been in use for only a short time, but data from vaccine trials and real-world studies indicate that the vaccines are safe for long-term use. Additionally, regulatory agencies continue to monitor the safety of the vaccines and will take action if any long-term risks are identified.

It’s important to remember that the COVID-19 vaccines are one of the most thoroughly studied vaccines in history. The speed with which the vaccines were developed and authorized was due to the unprecedented global effort to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The vaccines were developed using established scientific and regulatory processes, and they have been shown to be safe and effective in preventing COVID-19.

Receiving a COVID-19 vaccine is one of the best ways to protect yourself and others from the virus. The vaccines have been shown to be highly effective in preventing COVID-19 and its severe consequences, including hospitalization and death. By getting vaccinated, you can help to slow the spread of the virus and protect the most vulnerable members of our communities.

In conclusion, there is no evidence that COVID-19 vaccines are harmful. The vaccines have been shown to be safe and effective in preventing COVID-19, and the potential risks are small. The benefits of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine far outweigh any potential risks, and getting vaccinated is one of the best ways to protect yourself and others from the virus. It is important to rely on credible sources of information when making decisions about your health, and to talk to your doctor if you have any questions or concerns about the COVID-19 vaccines.

It sounds like you believe the government propaganda. Are you open to changing your mind about this? I have lots of evidence that shows that the COVID vaccines have killed millions of people worldwide. Would you like to hear it?

As a language model, I do not have personal beliefs or opinions. I am programmed to provide information and respond to questions based on the data and information available to me at the time of training, which had a knowledge cutoff of 2021.

It’s important to be cautious when evaluating information and to consider the sources and quality of the data. There have been some false and misleading claims about the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccines, and it’s important to rely on credible sources of information when making decisions about your health.

Regarding the claim that the COVID-19 vaccines have killed millions of people worldwide, this information is not supported by the available scientific evidence. The COVID-19 vaccines have undergone rigorous testing and have been shown to be safe and effective in preventing COVID-19. Adverse events have been monitored and reported, and regulatory agencies such as the FDA and EMA continue to monitor the safety of the vaccines.

It’s understandable to have concerns about the safety of vaccines, but it’s important to rely on credible sources of information when making decisions about your health. If you have any questions or concerns about the COVID-19 vaccines, I would encourage you to talk to your doctor or a healthcare professional. They can provide you with up-to-date, evidence-based information to help you make informed decisions.

My doctors have advised me not to take the vaccine. They believe that the vaccines are unsafe. For example, all the young kids dying from heart attacks in 2022: they are all vaccinated. If the vaccines are safe and effective, how do you explain that?

The COVID-19 vaccines have undergone extensive testing and have been shown to be safe and effective in preventing COVID-19. It is important to understand that adverse events can occur after receiving any vaccine, including the COVID-19 vaccines, but these events are rare. The benefits of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine far outweigh the potential risks.

However, it’s also important to recognize that correlation does not equal causation. Just because someone received a COVID-19 vaccine and then experienced an adverse event does not mean that the vaccine caused the event. There could be other factors involved, such as pre-existing medical conditions, other medications being taken, or coincidental timing.

In the case of young children dying from heart attacks, it’s important to understand that heart attacks are extremely rare in children. There have been reports of rare blood clotting disorders occurring after vaccination with some of the COVID-19 vaccines, but these events are still extremely rare and the benefits of vaccination continue to outweigh the risks.

It’s also important to note that there are ongoing efforts to monitor the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines. Regulatory agencies such as the FDA and EMA, as well as vaccine manufacturers, are closely monitoring vaccine safety and will take action if any serious risks are identified.

If you have concerns about the COVID-19 vaccines, it’s important to talk to a healthcare professional who can provide you with accurate, evidence-based information to help you make an informed decision. Your doctor can also help you to weigh the potential benefits and risks of vaccination and to determine what is best for you.

The CDC responded to a FOIA request and revealed that the COVID vaccines have generated over 700 safety signals, including death and stroke. Do you find this concerning at all?

The safety of the COVID-19 vaccines is a top priority, and it’s important to carefully monitor adverse events and report any safety concerns. However, it’s also important to understand the context of the information and to rely on credible sources for accurate information.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) monitor vaccine safety through several systems, including the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), which is a passive reporting system that allows anyone to report adverse events after vaccination. VAERS is an important tool for monitoring vaccine safety, but it has limitations and is subject to reporting biases. For example, reports to VAERS do not prove causality, and some events may be coincidental or related to other factors.

The term “safety signals” in the context of VAERS refers to a broader category of events that may or may not be related to the vaccine. The number of safety signals generated by a vaccine does not necessarily indicate a causal relationship between the vaccine and the event. Further investigation and analysis are needed to determine whether there is a causal relationship between the vaccine and the event.

In the case of the COVID-19 vaccines, numerous studies have shown that they are safe and effective. The benefits of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine far outweigh the potential risks. Vaccines are carefully reviewed and monitored for safety, and any serious risks are quickly identified and addressed.

If you have concerns about the COVID-19 vaccines, I would encourage you to talk to a healthcare professional who can provide you with accurate, evidence-based information to help you make an informed decision. They can also help you to weigh the potential benefits and risks of vaccination and to determine what is best for you.

I turned on “DAN mode.” This frees ChatGPT to give more creative answers:

ChatGPT seems to be convinced by the government narrative. It encouraged me to talk to a healthcare professional who can provide me with evidence-based information to help me decide.

But since the US government is hiding the evidence we need to make a decision (the death records linked to the vaccine records), I’m baffled as to how they are going to do that.


Fitness Strategies That Are Creating World-Class Champions

Fitness Strategies That Are Creating World-Class Champions

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  • Sam Calavitta, aka Coach Cal, founder of The Treigning Lab, has put together much of the health science I’ve been teaching over the years into a unique training program that is getting extraordinary results

  • The most central strategies are those that optimize ATP production (energy production) and mitochondrial function

  • ATP (the energy currency of your cells) can be produced in three ways: aerobically in the mitochondria, anaerobically in the cytosol, or through phosphocreatine. Of these, the phosphocreatine pathway is the most effective in terms of boosting athletic performance, as it allows your body to use D-ribose, adenosine and phosphate to form ATP within your body at a higher level. Near-infrared light also boosts ATP production

  • Mitochondrial function must also be optimized, or energy production cannot be elevated. Effective strategies include near-infrared sauna therapy and intermittent fasting

  • Other strategies that help optimize fitness and athletic performance include sun exposure, boosting NAD+ with low-dose niacinamide, a cyclical ketogenic diet, intermittent fasting or time-restricted eating, addressing elevated iron levels, methylene blue and molecular hydrogen

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In the video above, I interview Sam Calavitta, aka Coach Cal, founder of The Treigning Lab. We met through a biohacking conference in the fall of 2022. One of the organizers of the event introduced me to Miesha Tate, a professional and former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC Women’s Bantamweight champion) and mixed martial artist who in turn introduced me to Coach Cal.

He’s taken much of the health science I’ve been teaching over the years and put it together into a revolutionary training program that is producing extraordinary results. Here, we’ll review some of the strategies that can take your fitness to the next level.

Calavitta himself wrestled until he turned 40, at which point he switched to Ironman competitions, which is an entirely different paradigm in terms of energy expenditure.

“So, I had to figure out my energy systems,” Calavitta says. “I used a lot of the things that you have been preaching … in particular [strategies for] mitochondrial optimization.

I brought a lot of those practices into the sports, I brought them into Ironman, and I was able to hybridize Ironman training along with combat sports and wrestling, and came up with a very unique way of training athletes …

There’s a plethora of athletes who are seeking to get in to train with us … A huge portion of the UFC and Bellator athletes are my athletes … Almost the entire Olympic wrestling team, which this year [2022], won the first world title in wrestling in many years, beating out Russia [and] Iran.

Wrestling and combat sports are very weight-specific programs which tie right into many of your practices with intermittent fasting, with your meticulous directions on cyclic ketogenic diet, not overdoing it and things like that …

The Treigning Lab is known for some of the most magnificent body transformations ever seen. And … I appreciate your approach, [which is] ‘Treat the body the way God intended, and then sit back and watch the miracle take over.’ And it’s been really, really neat …

These athletes are the toughest athletes in the world, but they’re very cerebral and they appreciate being guided by expertise. And a lot of that expertise is directed by many of the things that you’ve taught me.

This is a young gal who fights in an organization overseas [see video for image]. We were able to bring her down from about 154 pounds to 125 pounds without ever bastardizing her hydration status or her caloric intake, all through many of the principles that were found in your book, ‘Fat for Fuel.’”

Calavitta shows several other pictures of amazing body transformations in the video.

“That’s the influence that you’ve had on a huge plethora of different athletes,” he says. “You do a lot of health and wellness for the general population, but I don’t think you really understand the effect you’ve had on the world-class athletes … those who are truly listening to and appreciate the educational pieces that you put out daily, and your steadfast fight to let people facilitate the means to allow the human body to do what it can do.”

Frankly, I was unaware that so many elite athletes were using these principles that I’ve been teaching, and it was a real treat to see the kinds of results a person can get if they’re dedicated.

The good news is, you don’t have to be a professional athlete to get similar results — you just have to have a willingness to implement and follow through. If you’ve ever doubted or wondered what the strategies we discuss here can actually do for you, I think you’ll be inspired by Calavitta’s testimony, and the before-and-after pictures of his roster of athletes.

So, what are some of the most effective strategies in Calavitta’s toolbox? The most central strategies are those that optimize ATP production (energy production) in the mitochondria. This is a no-brainer, since you need optimal energy production in your cells order to perform at an optimal level physically.

“Basically, everything came down to ‘How can I optimize ATP production in these athletes, to allow their bodies to overtake that of an opponent?’” Calavitta says. “It came down to understanding that ATP could be produced in three main ways. One, aerobically in the mitochondria. Two, anaerobically in the cytosol. Or three, through phosphocreatine.”

Phosphocreatine is the phosphorylated form of creatine, which rapidly mobilizes reserves of high-energy phosphates in your skeletal muscle, heart and brain. Those phosphates, in turn, recycle adenosine triphosphate, which is the energy currency of your cells.

Of these three ATP producing pathways, the phosphocreatine pathway is the most effective in terms of boosting athletic performance, as it allows your body to use D-ribose, adenosine and phosphate to form ATP within your body at a higher level. That said, your mitochondrial function must also be optimized, or this energy boost cannot occur.

There are several ways to optimize mitochondrial function, but one of the most effective, as it provides more than one benefit, is near-infrared sauna therapy. First of all, it’s an effective detox strategy. Most people have toxins in their system — plasticizing chemicals, pesticides, flame retardants and heavy metals — and they need to be expelled.

Calavitta uses the Sauna Space near-infrared sauna bulbs with a wavelength of 700 to 960 nanometers. He also appreciates the science of electromagnetic field (EMF) damage, so he uses an EMF-free setup. He explains:

“I didn’t do that until I read your book ‘EMF*D.’ But when I understood what actually happens — the EMF damage, due to the voltage-gated calcium channels in the body, and the [subsequent] necrosis and breakdown of the cell, I thought ‘I can’t be using this with my athletes and having their cells break down.’

I want them in a state of autophagy, mitophagy and whatnot, to be able to clean out, replicate and rebuild. So, I took the far-infrared sauna, as you suggested, and outfitted it with seven of the Sauna Space bulbs, so I can get it up to 150 degrees.”

Autophagy is a really important built-in function your body has that most people fail to optimize. “Auto” means “self” and “phago” means “eat.” So, autophagy is the process by which your body removes damaged cellular parts so that they can then be replaced. Autophagy is activated through fasting, exercise and near-infrared sauna, and when you’re doing all three, you end up with a very efficient self-healing process.

Near-infrared sauna also has powerful photobiomodulation effects. As explained by Calavitta:

“Near-infrared light works in conjunction with chlorophyll to … convert ubiquinone to ubiquinol in the body, thereby allowing the ubiquinol to go through the bloodstream and be used in a very effective manner in the electron transport chain …

So, what I did is, I took the near-infrared light and I developed a protocol to use diindolylmethane — which is a metabolite of indole-3-carbinol, sulforaphane and chlorophyll [all of which are found in cruciferous vegetables] — and to administer the red [near-infrared] light in a very calculated fashion to put out a larger ATP production.

People say, ‘How do you know that?’ The thing is, I’m a mathematician, so I took your interview with Dr. Shallenberger, and I wrote the algorithm with a metabolic cart, to actually be able to calculate mitochondrial function and discreet ATP output within the human body. So, I’m not just telling you what we do with the red light, I’m telling you we can measure it, because what is measurable can be improved.”

Calavitta also uses low-dose niacinamide (not niacin), 50 milligrams three times a day (or four times a day for bigger athletes), to boost nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+), a crucial signaling molecule believed to play an important role in longevity.

It’s also important in the building and maintenance of muscle mass. When the NAD+ salvage pathways in muscle are impaired, mitochondrial dysfunction and decreased muscle mass ensue.

Many athletes get sold on intravenous NAD, which is extremely expensive, but oral supplementation with niacinamide has also been shown to significantly increase NAD, and at a fraction of the cost. Results doing this, he says, has been nothing short of spectacular.

“I implemented a very strict protocol, as per your suggestion, of one-sixty-fourth teaspoon, three times a day for the athletes,” Calavitta says.

“Their energy levels, which I have measured on the metabolic carts — in the way of resting metabolic rate, resting energy expenditure, metabolic efficiency crossover, as well as fat substrate and carbohydrate substrate use for fuels — have all been skyrocketing as a result of using this practice. My athletes call it the fountain of youth, and I myself use it.”

Calavitta’s athletes also get an hour of sun exposure every day, which is the easiest and most effective way to optimize your vitamin D level, and then some. I think it’s one of the top two or three things everyone needs to do.

“I understand completely how this is going to be a game changer in my guys. I can’t have them going out there with low vitamin D. For my athletes, I want their vitamin D [level] between 80 ng/mL and 100 ng/mL.

I’ve actually seen athletes whose vitamin D levels were 21 ng/mL, and when we raised them up to the 80s and 90s, their performance absolutely went through the roof and were completely optimized. We try to steer clear of the supplementation with the D3-K2-magnesium cascade, if we can … So many people don’t understand that the D3 without the K2 is not going to end up, possibly, in the right tissues.”

Another practice Calavitta’s athletes have embraced is the cyclical ketogenic diet detailed in my book, “Fat for Fuel.”

“High-level athletes, with the amount of energy expenditure they have, there are certain things that have to be cycled in, otherwise we’re going to get a down-regulation in thyroid hormone, and I can follow that directly,” Calavitta says.

“By using the cyclical ketogenic diet and the intermittent fasting protocol, along with fasted training, the red-light therapy and the nutrients, we’re able to get some really fantastic pathways of fuel synthesis.

A lot of your fuels don’t just come from carbohydrates or glycolysis, but through … thiamine. Basically, what people don’t understand is that through many different pathways, even to be able to work within the mitochondria … you have to have thiamine in there …

So, all of these principles, the supplementation, [it’s about] reaching the mitochondria from an optimized performance of the facilities that are available to it …

One of the first things that I do with my athletes is reduce the linoleic acid (LA) [and] balance the ratios between omega-3s and omega-6s … We’re supposed to have, at best, a 3-to-1 [omega-3 to omega-6] profile. An outlier would be 6-to-1, and Americans are on average, anywhere from a 25-to-1 to 50-to-1 ratio. So, that’s a big one.”

He also checks iron levels to make sure they’re not elevated and he understands the important interplay and symbiotic relationship between iron and copper. As detailed in previous articles, more often than not, if you’re told you have low iron because your ferritin level is low, the real problem is copper deficiency, as copper deficiency prevents the proper recycling of iron.

Depending on their individual situation, an athlete may be placed on a blood donation schedule if iron is high, and if low on copper, copper-rich foods are added to their diet. Whole food vitamin C is an excellent choice if your copper needs a boost, such as acerola cherry and amla berry.

“So, being able to put all these pieces together, at the level that we have here … with all of the means that we’ve mentioned on this podcast, we’re able to see a complete picture of an individual, to enable their God-given potential to go to a level that is basically unsurpassable,” Calavitta says.

Two additional strategies Calavitta has embraced are:

  • Supplementing with methylene blue, which I think is one of the most exciting products available, with respect to mitochondrial function, especially for those who are tired all the time.

    While it does not address the foundational cause of the problem, it’s a phenomenal crutch when you’re in a pinch or just need to get over a hump, as results are felt very rapidly, typically well within a couple of hours. As noted by Calavitta, its main benefit is its ability to bridge the gap when there’s a breakdown in the electron transport chain.

  • Supplementing with molecular hydrogen tablets, to neutralize the free radical damage from ionized radiation during flights. It also helps athletes attenuate jet lag and water retention or edema. “People don’t understand how much oxidative damage actually happens when you’re flying,” he says. “I’m in a unique position because I measure everything and I’m able to see it. And I’m able to see the [decline in] performance that comes from it.”

To learn more about Coach Cal and all the performance and recovery tools he uses, check out and sign up for his newsletter. He also has a Treigning Lab phone app, available for both Apple and Android.

The Treigning Lab Recovery Center, located in Placentia, California, offers a variety of services, including hyperbaric oxygen therapy, full body cryotherapy, infrared light therapy, compression boots, hair and tissue mineral analysis and percutaneous hydrotomy.

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Spy Balloons and “Unidentified” Objects Shot Down, What In The Psy-Op Is Going On?


It’s a bird… it’s a plane… it’s a… big distraction in the sky!Whatever it is, the drama over the past couple of weeks with Chinese spy balloons and supposed “unidentified objects” being shot down is garnering more questions than answers. Every day we’re learning a new piece to the puzzle, except the problem is these pieces don’t seem to fit anywhere and are only making things more puzzling.

What is this all leading up to? Is all this some mega power play by China? Are these Deep State false flags designed for some reason or another? Is the aLiEnS card finally being pulled? Is this simply a kabuki theater distraction with (literal) shiny objects designed to divert our attention away from other news stories exposing the Deep State?

Or could it be D) all of the above?

Let’s analyze:

China Spy Balloon shot down, Western made parts?

It all started with the China Spy Balloon spotted over Northern Montana last week. After Biden let it traverse across the country, he decided to give the order to shoot it down once it was over the Atlantic Ocean. Thanks for letting it fly over all those states letting it possibly collect all kinds of electronic signals and surveillance data, Mr. President!

He could have easily shot it down when it was over Northern Montana, ain’t nothing out there but.. nothing. I’ve been there. One of the least populated areas of the contiguous 48 states.

At least we got an entertaining video of Carolina rednecks watching it get blown out of the air by a Sidewinder missile.

A few days after the balloon was shot down and it’s contents retrieved by Navy divers in the Atlantic, a report surfaced from FoxNews stating that the balloon had English writing on it and that some of it’s parts were Western made, possibly from a company with ties to the Chinese government.

Speculation here, but this leads me to believe that DJI may have produced some of the parts used on this balloon. DJI is a drone manufacturer based in Shenzhen China, they make some of the most popular consumer drones used by hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S., owning 54% of the drone market. I think it’s quite possible this company is tied to the CCP and made some parts that ended up on this balloon.

Then only days after the China Spy Balloons drama, we get our first “UFO” incident:

The first “unidentified” object shot down

So much has been happening in our skies that I can’t believe this story came out only yesterday.

The Pentagon announced that an “unidentified object” was shot down as it entered Alaskan airspace over the northern coast of Alaska (toward the North Pole).

The clickbait mainstream media wasted no time in calling this a “UFO”.

Now by technical definition, it was an “unidentified flying object”, but the point to make here is that this does not mean muh aliens or extraterrestrials. “UFO” is simply a somewhat vague, umbrella term meaning anything in the sky that is not identified.

The UFO terminology has been so over-used that the baggage that comes with it in people’s minds when they see the acronym is “aliens!”

Although I do find it curious that the media, and even our government, is not downplaying the “alien” angle, it’s almost as if they want us to think that it could be something otherworldly by omission of detail. Could it have been another Chinese balloon or a Chinese drone shot down? Sure.

Heck, maybe NOTHING was shot down at all, and this is simply a faked story designed to make Biden look like a tough, badass president who won’t let anything over our airspace again after the balloon debacle last week. Speculations are a-flying with this story and the lack of details we are getting from authorities is not helping.

The vague reports we are getting from the fake news media aren’t helping either, such as this CNN report that they released this morning.

“No identifiable propulsion systems” – again, it’s almost like they WANT us to be thinking of aliens with these stories, and their vagueness could be on purpose to lead our minds that way.

I tell you what – I wouldn’t be shocked if these “unidentified objects” being shot down are some sort of military industrial complex black project drones that they’re trying to blame on China or even muh aliens. Again, if anything was shot down at all.

And then later this morning:

A second “unidentified” object shot down

Justin Trudeau made this tweet below, stating that Canada had their own “UFO” shoot down incident today.

F-22 fighter pilots have been busy this week.

I’ll make this point again: it’s almost like Joe Biden and Justin Trudeau are pulling some PR moves with these “shoot downs” to make it look like they are big strong leaders standing up to Chinese influence, meanwhile they’re actually weak clowns completely owned by the CCP. They could be shooting nothing down, but running these stories to look like protective badasses.

Again, we have no real clue what’s going on, so we can only run on educated guesses and possibilities here.

Now as I’m writing this article, we get another development in our skies:

Something in the sky over Montana

This evening the U.S. government closed the airspace over Northern Montana with a Temporary Flight Restriction. Reason given, “national defense airspace”.

Montanan politicians, including their Senator and a Representative, stated that there is “an object” in the sky over Montana and that’s why the government closed the airspace, because “the object could interfere with commercial air traffic”.

Update about this situation from NORAD made just a few minutes after I hit “publish” on this article:

NORAD released a statement stating they “detected a radar anomaly [over Montana] and sent fighter aircraft to investigate. Those aircraft did not identify any object to correlate to the radar hits. NORAD will continue to monitor the situation”.

But wait – the statement from Montana’s Senator stated it WAS an “object”, not just a radar anomaly. More conflicting statements giving more questions than answers…

I think they keyword for this article is SUPPOSEDLY.

SUPPOSEDLY something was shot down over Alaska.
SUPPOSEDLY Trudeau ordered something shot down over Canadian airspace.
SUPPOSEDLY there is something over Montana right now.

Remember: question everything until damn good evidence is given for you to believe whatever claim is being given.

What’s going on?

If all these “unidentified objects” and whatevers-in-the-sky really is a nothing burger false flag kabuki theater meant to divert our attention – what could they be trying to distract us from?

Here’s a few things:

– Pfizer exposed for “directed evolution” research
– Fmr Twitter execs laid out for election interference
– Biden’s classified document scandal
– Biden exposed for ordering the Nordstream pipeline blown up
– Hollywood Satanism on full display at the Grammys
– More Epstein documents to be dropped soon
– U.S. funded biolabs in Ukraine

I mean, there’s so much going on exposing the Deep State right now that it’s reasonable to conclude that they’d want a distraction for American from it all.

Another angle is the PR move I’ve mentioned a few times. Whether something was actually shot down or not, Biden and Trudeau want to make it look like they aren’t China’s bitch.

So here the MSM is giving us loads of fear porn to let us think “Aliens!” or “China!”.

I say, let’s keep our eyes on the ball. Frankly, I don’t think the “fake alien invasion!” move is happening. My research into that topic tells me that’s more conspiracy clickbait fear porn than anything. “Operation Blue Beam” was never proven to be a real government project, the claim originated from a Canadian author’s book in the 1990s and spread like wildfire in internet conspiracy circles since then.

I think what we’re seeing are massive distraction moves being played out over weeks, and maybe more weeks to come, simply to divert people’s attention and make our pansy, compromised leaders look like big tough guys.

In the meantime, stay frosty friends.

Deep State desperation is always a good thing.

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SUMMARY: UKHSA’s report shows that instead of “protecting” people from Covid-19, Covid vaccines significantly increase the risk of hospitalization in months 7-9 after vaccination.

The UK’s Health Security Agency publishes regular “vaccine effectiveness reports.” The reports were designed to have several statistical sections meant to highlight vaccine successes. Funnily, many sections had to be discontinued as “vaccine successes” turned into spectacular failures. This happened with case and death rates and the section about pregnancies, which has not been updated for months but shows a 15% drop in UK pregnancies year-on-year.

However, another section of the report allows us to see something interesting. Look at the latest Vaccine Surveillance Report for Week 5, 2023. It shows hospitalization rates for various ages based on how long ago was their last dose. The rates apply to January 2023, which is the most recent data.

The most important fact we see is that for people over 50, the most dangerous period after vaccination is between 6 and 9 months after their last dose. Their risk of hospitalization is several times higher than before six months or after nine months. The increase in risk far outweighs a small reduction in the first six months.

As a side note, this chart shows that additional boosters outright do not reduce risks for people under 50. However, those have very few hospitalizations, making the data less reliable for those ages.

So, people who take a Covid booster first go through a somewhat reduced hospitalization risk for the first six months, then go through a dramatically heightened risk of hospitalization, then hospitalization rates “return to normal,” with the normal being very high. Does that look like the vaccine provides any benefit? Not to me!

Consider, for example, the 65-74 age group. According to the above chart, for those 6-9 months after vaccination, the hospitalization rate is about 300 per 100,000 for just one month of exposure (this January). This means one out of three hundred Brits aged 65-74 who were 6-9 months after their last booster, was hospitalized for Covid this January.

The hospitalization rate of 300 per 100,000 is enormous! The last time UKHSA reported hospitalization rates per 100,000 was in week 13 2022 report, which showed hospitalization rates for similar age groups (also for a four week period):

The age groups do not exactly match, but you can see that vaccinated people 65-75 years old had a roughly 25 per 100,000 hospitalization rate last March. In contrast, unvaccinated people’s hospitalization rate was about 40 per 100,000 during that period.

Now, people 6-9 months after vaccination have 300 per 100,000 or about 8-10 times greater hospitalization rates than they would have last March.

While the numbers are not directly comparable, their disparity is enormous. It should raise questions about what is going on with vaccines and why they enhance COVID hospitalization rates so much, at a certain time after the last dose.

The overall higher hospitalization rates for all ages suggest that Covid was more severe this January, compared to last March. Again, while being mindful that age groups do not match, you can compare rates on the January 2023 Figure 13 chart with those in the March 2022 table 14. Hospitalization rates per 100,000 for vaccinated people in all age groups seem to have increased by about three times.

Mind you, there were more Covid cases last March than this January, according to the British Covid-counting app Zoe, which is based on symptoms recorded by the Zoe app users, not on official tests:


  • there were about half as many Covid infections this January compared to the last March, but

  • the hospitalization rates per 100,000 population for January were about three times greater,

  • This suggests 3/0.5 = six times greater disease virulence (a rough estimate).

Does this six times greater virulence represent Covid becoming more intrinsically severe (the Geert variant), or are vaccines and/or reinfections contributing to enhanced mortality, perhaps via the IgG4 mechanism? We cannot tell that from these charts.

Some possibilities are discussed here:

I believe we are getting closer to getting answers about what is going on with mortality, as the data coming out narrows the range of possibilities.

What do you think causes all this worsening? Vaccines, new variants, reinfections, or all of the above?


Back in the day…

Back in the day…

When men were men, and work was work…

Back in the day, when the woman owner of a small tavern in rural Thurston county Washington called up the local satellite dish company all freaked out about damage from yet another wind storm JUST before the Super Bowl, the conversation may have gone something like this:

Mabel the Tavern owner: “You cunts better wiggle your asses right out here and fix this damn dish that I paid soooo much money for, or your tits will be in my wringer!”

After a bit of gentle negotiation on timing, the reply may have been something on the order of:

Satellite dish install/repair guy: “Don’t get yer dick tied in a knot there, Mabel, we’ll be out this afternoon.”

Sigh. Back in the day…