☕️ AY-FIRMATIVE ☙ Friday, June 30, 2023 ☙ C&C NEWS 🦠
Bad air in Florida; Danish VAERS study condemns jabs and regulators; eight new celebrity SADS cases; watch out for new SADS psyop; Farage de-banked; great news from Supreme Court; and more.
Good morning, C&C, it’s Friday! And what a Friday it is. First we deploy movie multiplier orders, and then the roundup: Canadian wildfire smoke hits Florida; blockbuster survey of Danish VAERS reports exposes massive problems with the jabs; no fewer than eight new SADS reports; the latest psyop effort to obscure SADS deaths backfires; Nigel Farage de-banked in England; Supreme Court issues two wonderful new opinions reversing long-standing liberal law, one on religious freedom and the other on affirmative action; and a hilarious jab comedy sketch that will tickle you to no end.
🗞 *THE C&C ARMY POST* 🗞
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🗞💬 *WORLD NEWS AND COMMENTARY* 💬🗞
🔥 Well, this is a new one. This morning’s air quality forecast in Northeast Florida has nearly climbed into the fifth danger category out of six. I’ve never seen anything like it.
That Canadian wildfire smoke sure is traveling a long way.
There’re a LOT of unanswered questions about those wildfires.
🔬 The Defender ran a story this week about a remarkable independent analysis published back in late March, in the European Journal of Clinical Investigation, as a letter to the editor. Kudos to the journal for printing it at all. The researchers’ conclusions, based upon Danish VAERS* data, confirmed yet another “misinformation” “conspiracy theory.”
(* Their reporting system is called something else, but for all intents and purposes works essentially the same way as our VAERS system.)
The Danish government has a robust regulatory system that, in theory, tested and approved all that country’s Pfizer jab batches, and then supposedly monitored the ongoing performance of the batches for “safety and efficacy.” So the researchers expected to see a “homogenous rate and distribution of” serious adverse events between batches. Meaning, no particular differences between the batches.
That’s not what they found at all. They found the reverse opposite of what they expected:
The informative chart above shows all the serious adverse events reported for Danish Pfizer shots. The researchers found the data organized itself into three distinct groups of batches. As you can easily see, one group, the blue group, or the “death group,” was particularly awful, with nearly 1 in 10 shots resulting in a serious adverse event. The second group, shown on the green middle line, was moderately dangerous — far more dangerous than any acceptable drug should be — with reported adverse events clocking in at around 1 in 400.
That’s bad enough. But the third group, including nearly a third of all doses injected into Danish citizens, was shocking, ringing alarm bells louder than if the dike had sprung a leak. Pfizer shots in the third group of batches, shown in yellow above, and tracking right along the bottom line of the chart, generated NO ADVERSE EVENTS AT ALL. None. Zip, zero, nada.
The implications are massive. I’ll offer four big ones.
1) The only explanation for the third batch, the “zero batch,” is that it must have been a placebo. Think saline. There is no other reasonable way to explain how NO adverse events at all could have been reported in that large sample.
It gets even weirder, if that’s possible. German researchers who followed up on the March study with public records requests would later tell the Daily Skeptic that “almost none of the harmless batches, unlike the very-bad and not-so-bad batches, appear to have been subject to any quality-control testing at all.”
In other words, for some reason, the regulators ignored the “zero group” shots.
This lack of testing of the “zero” group strongly suggests that the regulators must have known in advance these batches were placebos, and didn’t need to be tested. How would they have known?
2) The data also suggests the regulators didn’t fail at their job of eliminating the most dangerous batches. They must have seen it in the data. The giveaway is how few of the death batch jabs were injected into patients — since the “deaths shots” group included fewer than 5% of all injections.
This data strongly suggests that the most deadly batches were quietly discontinued — without any warning or follow up for injectees who got the dangerous shots.
Who has the juice to corral Danish regulators like this?
3) The existence of three discrete groups of injections, with dramatically different results, raises even more questions. Was Pfizer — with willing cooperation by regulators — experimenting on the public with the different dosages? Or, were the placebos deployed to lower the average number of total adverse events, to hide how insidiously dangerous the shots are?
I won’t to go there, since I can’t prove anything, but I’ll just say the depopulation theorists will have lots of comments about these figures.
4) In Denmark, as in the U.S., the voluntary reporting system is believed to drastically underestimate the number of adverse events. Historically, studies have shown VAERS represents only 1% of actual injuries. So the two bad groups were conceivably much, much worse than what the data shows.
In a sane, non-clown world, these findings — easily reproduced by anyone who wants to check — would be international front-page news and also grounds for immediate suspension of the jab program. But that’s not the world we live in. So, who cares, right?
One wonders what the U.S. data looks like.
💉 Former World Cup soccer star and Belgian all-star player Stephane Demol, 57, was suddenly and unexpectedly attacked by his heart on June 22nd. He didn’t make it. RIP.
Despite some effort, I couldn’t find any other details about the athlete’s mysterious cardiac event.
💉 Norwegian soccer star Cédric Roussel, 45, died of a sudden and unexpected heart attack last Saturday the 22nd, while enjoying a quiet lunch on a market terrace.
Emergency services quickly arrived at the scene, but despite rapid CPR, help came too late. The former footballer died on the spot at 2.30pm. He didn’t even make it to the hospital, not even with the emergency on-site treatment.
💉 Young singer and guitarist for alt-country, indie Rock Band QTY Dan Lardner, 31, died suddenly and very mysteriously in New York on June 11th, 2023.
News of Dan’s death was shared on the group’s Facebook page, saying only “Life is short and unforgiving. RIP Dan Lardner, we will forever love you.” No cause of death was released, nor ever will be.
💉 Young Brazilian country singer Gilmar Silva Pereira died suddenly on June 12, 2023 from a heart attack.
During a performance at a friend’s birthday party, Gilmar started to feel sick and was rushed to the hospital, where he soon headed off into the Great Hereafter. No other details have been released.
💉 Young guitarist for Australian metalcore band Polaris Ryan Siew, 26, died suddenly, unexpectedly, and mysteriously on June 19th, 2023.
The tragic news came a week after Polaris unexpectedly pulled out of its European summer tour citing a mysterious “personal crisis.” The band’s statement did not disclose Ryan’s cause of death, saying only ‘We ask that you please respect the wishes of Ryan’s family for privacy at this time.”
I guess medical privacy is a thing again now.
Ironically, Ryan’s band won the 2021 ARIA Award for Best Independent Heavy Album for their sophomore effort, The Death of Me.
💉 Former NFL and Arkansas quarterback, Ryan Mallett, 35, who was fit and athletic, mysteriously drowned while swimming in the placid Gulf of Mexico in Destin, Florida.
Destin sits on Florida’s so-called “Redneck Riviera,” and is well-known for its calm, clear waters. In response to news of the athlete’s untimely death, government-affiliated media quickly ran a series of fake news stories about deadly rip currents in the area. But the Destin Sheriff’s office issued a statement confirming that, in fact, there were NO rip currents in the area when Ryan died.
The Sheriff’s office also released a portion from the responding officers’ body cam footage, which showed typically mild conditions at the beach:
💉 Young Miss Bikini Ireland, ‘First Dates Ireland’ star, and fitness coach Judy Fitzgerald, 32, died suddenly, unexpectedly, and mysteriously on May 27th in her hometown of Limerick.
Judy earned a nursing degree from University College Cork, and then a post-graduate Midwifery degree from the University of Limerick. She heroically worked as a frontline midwife during the pandemic. She was also crowned overall European Fitness Model Champion in 2019.
No details whatsoever have been released about Judy’s untimely passing. Don’t hold your breath.
💉 In my daily research of mysterious, sudden celebrity deaths, I have noticed a new psyop. Lots of pro-jab accounts have suddenly started reporting historical celebrity deaths and cancers in a common template, using the ridiculous “on this day in history” prop.
The effect of these posts is to flood the search zone, to make it look like kinds of deaths are common, happen all the time. Here are just a few examples from this morning’s search:
All of a sudden, for some reason, there are tons of these “on this day” reminder posts. Of course, all they do is highlight how rare celebrity deaths really are. All of them put together don’t even come close to equalling the number of sudden and unexpected celebrity deaths JUST THIS YEAR.
🔥 Stupendous British conservative Nigel Farage, who led the Brexit movement, says he has been de-banked and may now have to leave England, where he’s lived his entire life.
Nigel isn’t selling marijuana, guns, international arms, nor is even a Canadian Trucker. He’s just a former politician and conservative pundit. Nigel said that the banks, including the bank he’s used since 1980, won’t give him any explanation for not wanting his business.
Nigel made the excellent point that, if it can be done to him, it can happen to anybody. Will Britain stand for this?
👨⚖️ The U.S. Supreme Court increased Americans’ religions protections in a key decision this week that overturned long-standing Title VII law. Fox News ran its story on the decision headlined, “Supreme Court Hands Religious Freedom Win To Postal Worker Who Refused To Work On Sunday.”
Postman Gerald Groff is an Evangelical Christian and told his bosses at the USPS that he could not work on Sunday because he believes the Sabbath should be devoted to worship and rest. His bosses predictably initiated a progressive-discipline purge of the religious postal carrier until things got so difficult that he was forced to resign.
Litigation ensued and went all the way up.
In a unanimous 9-0 ruling reversing a progressive 1977 decision, the Supreme Court tightened Title VII requirements on employers, making it abundantly clear they must work hard to accommodate employees’ religious beliefs.
Many of you are now familiar with the previous murky “undue hardship” standard, having just danced with it in relation to the jab mandates. After this week’s decision, employers may only deny a religious accommodation by showing that it would “result in substantial increased costs in relation to the conduct of its particular business.” Not just increased costs, but “substantial” increased costs.
Also significantly, the Court clarified that any hardships caused to co-workers are irrelevant, unless those co-worker hardships go on to impair the conduct of the business.
In other words, it doesn’t matter how an employee’s coworkers feel about the employee’s religious beliefs. Here’s how it played out in the Groff decision:
Faced with an accommodation request like Groff’s, it would not be enough for an employer to conclude that forcing other employees to work overtime would constitute an undue hardship. Consideration of other options, such as voluntary shift swapping, would also be necessary.
To give you an idea of the significance of this ruling, had the new decision been in play two years ago, it is likely there would have been NO jab mandates at all. I couldn’t begin to say how many times we sent letters on behalf of employees of all kinds — pilots and stewardesses, salespeople, pharma VPs, surgeons, executives, you name it — after the employers generically claimed that accommodating a jab exemption would be an “undue hardship.”
Unlike during the pandemic, now employers won’t be able wave their hands about undue hardship without giving a detailed explanation of exactly HOW an accommodation would cause undue hardship.
In another example from a current case, I am advising a regular C&C reader and executive who is navigating a harrowing Human Resources investigation merely for emailing two bible verses to other employees. This decision will be very helpful for my client’s case.
Somebody please explain to me how a virus caused the Republicans and democrats to shift places with regard to employee rights. Historically the democrat party called itself the “party of the worker.” The pandemic has completely reversed that. The democrats are now the party of big corporations and rights-less employees.
Isn’t that something?
👨⚖️ Another terrific, generation-changing, 6-3 Supreme Court decision issued yesterday. The Post Millennial ran the story yesterday headlined, “Supreme Court Rules That Affirmative Action In College Admissions Is Unconstitutional.”
In an opinion written by Chief Justice Roberts, the Supreme Court completely overturned its previous decision in Grutter v. Bollinger and struck down affirmative action in colleges and universities. In the 6-3 decision, the Court held that ‘affirmative action’ is unconstitutional because it violates the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment.
The Court, noting that race-based admissions at Harvard led to a greater than -11% decline in the number of Asian American students admitted, explained that general invocations of fuzzy buzzwords like “increasing diversity” are no longer enough to carry the day:
Universities may define their missions as they see fit. The Constitution defines ours. Courts may not license separating students on the basis of race without an exceedingly persuasive justification that is measurable and concrete enough to permit judicial review.
Responding to the Court’s decision, former Biden staffer Erica Marsh, pictured below, angrily tweeted a very unfortunate hot take, which will go down in the history of dumbest things ever said by democrats:
My goodness. No black person can succeed in a merit-based system? That sure must have surprised Justice Clarence Thomas. It’s also woefully racist. This is your modern democrat party.
Right on cue, whoever is running Biden’s twitter account responded promptly with a promise to try to evade the Supreme Court’s ruling:
One of my favorite posters, Terrence K. Williams, was none too happy about all the pushback against the decision from white liberals:
Another intelligent young man and MMA fighter responded in similar vein:
ABC interviewed an incoming Brown University minority student who completely agreed with the Supreme Court, shocking the hapless anchors:
🔥 Finally, in case that wasn’t enough good news, to cap off the roundup and further brighten your day, in this next clip legendary comedians Dana Carvey and David Spade riff on Fauci and the jabs:
That might be my favorite video clip so far this year. Enjoy!
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