- The answer, we shall see below, to the question "When
is a syringe not a syringe?" is "When it's a Kalashnikov."
And that brings us straight to the question of whether it is proper
to use humor when discussing tragedies. I have received a bit of criticism
for it and have cut back accordingly. But, of course, when the bozos in
charge of the tragedies make statements that are roll-in-the-aisles funny,
I have to quote them verbatim. And they often do.
- Next, there is the great Political Correctness issue
of the moment, which goes like this: Public health is a beautiful thing.
Public health requires that everyone use the miracles of modern science
by submitting to vaccination. If you raise doubts in your neighbor's
mind by speaking of the hazards of immunization in general, or the XXX
[name redacted] shot in particular, you are a worthless scumball, and ought
to be silenced.
- Needless to say I am having none of that. Yet it should
not be thought that I want to tell anyone to stay off the bottle. I mean
the syringe. I mean the Kalashnikov. Whatever. I'm a New Hampshire-style
conservative Republican holding the normal conservative, i.e., anti-liberal,
position that a Nanny state is not desirable. Let every man think for
himself, and if he wants a Kalashnikov stuck in his arm, that's fine.
- There are at least three amazing things that have lurked
in syringes WITH FULL APPROVAL OF GOVERNMENTS. One is an anti-fertility
toxoid that affects the chorion of young women; another is AIDS-infested
blood from Arkansas prisoners (who were probably given the AIDS in the
first place via a syringe, why not). Still another is nano-particles that
lead to death by way of a damaged lung. I shall now describe these, but
you can skip over the section if it's already part of your Weltanschauung
that government does malicious things.
- THE CHORION THING AND THE ARKANSAS PRISONERS' BLOOD
- Question: Why did the World Health Organization -- if
you can even imagine an entity operating under such a name -- undertake
to run a tetanus vaccine campaign in Philippines, Mexico, and Nicaragua?
It gets better: Why did the WHO choose as its target population only women
, no men (wait, who is more likely to step on a rusty nail in the shed,
a female or a male?). And better: why were only women of child-bearing
- Answer no prize if you get this right - WHO
wanted to lower the fertility in those countries. The tetanus shot had
a little something extra in it. As one would have known if one had been
following the research for anti-pregnancy drugs, the female body produces
hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) to help the fertilized egg settle into
the uterus. Thus, an ability to interfere with a woman's hCG would have
an aborting effect.
- In fact it was Catholic anti-abortion groups who figured
out what was going on. They noticed that many Filipina women were unable
to get pregnant. They asked Why were the women being required to get boosters
for their 'tetanus' shots, when everybody know a tetanus protection lasts
ten years? In 1994 these same groups grabbed a few vials of the offending
liquid and had them lab-tested. They contained hCG.
- The point of mixing actual hCG into the tetanus vaccine
is that they wanted the woman's body to react to the hCG not in the normal
way but as an invader. This was accomplished by tying it to 'the tetanus
toxiod.' Then, later, if the woman gets pregnant and she creates her natural
supply of hCG, her immune system fights against it. The WHO "Special
Programme in Reproductive Health" (oh dear) began in 1972, and by
1993 this vaccine was in use. Ohio State University participated in the
research. Rockefellers and the NIH did too, natch. And did I mention the
- Now to the incredible story of Bill Clinton's team, including
Vince Foster (who had to be taken out, but then so were dozens of Clinton
staffers). In the 1980s they sold blood, to Canada, from prisoners in Arkansas.
Any person with an IQ in the double digits can see that prisoners should
not be blood donors, as the likelihood of coercion is too great. This blood,
moreover, was contaminated with the HIV virus -- and also with Hepatitis
- A Canadian man, Mike McCarthy, who has hemophilia and
therefore needs occasional blood transfusions, caught onto the problem.
Of course he could get no help from our attorney general, Janet Reno.
He found that one of the "health companies" trafficking in the
blood was Connaught which, incidentally, was also named as a
provider of the aforementioned tetanus vaccine in the Philippines! (Leave
your conspiracy theories at the door, please.)
- JERRYISTICS # 3, 4, and 5
- A remarkable moment occurred in Parliament in regard
to the fact that the then cabinet member (later, prime minister) Paul Martin,
was being chased down because of his business dealings with Connaught.
As writer Paul Likoudis put it:
- "During the raucous session of Parliament where
Martin was grilled intensely by Commons members, Canadian Prime Minister
Jean Chretien jumped to the defense of his fellow Quebecois, and chastised
those asking Martin to come clean. 'I think the opposition is reaching
very far when they want to attack the minister of finance who is very well
known for his integrity. For the opposition to reach that far into the
past to try to find something against the minister who was doing his job
properly is making a mockery of democracy,' said Chretien."
- In my opinion, when an incident like that occurs, nothing
more needs to be said. It all clicks at that moment. Click! Allow
me to interject a mention of my project on "Jerryistics." That
is the name I give to 'epistemological tools' that can help us get around
some of the illogic and irrationality that comes at us from the media and
- My collection thus far has only two Jerryistics. Number
One holds that when the government frames someone up for a crime (such
as James Earl Ray for the assassination of MLK), we should take it as a
rebuttable presumption that the government itself was the perpetrator of
that crime. Logical, eh?
- Jerryistic #2 is as follows: a sudden gap in information
should be taken to mean (again, rebuttably) that someone is deliberately
hiding something. For example Greg Hallett, who has good reason to think
Adolf Hitler was Tavistock-trained in 1912, shows how every biographer
of Hitler skirts around that year. Woo-oo-oo.
- Now for Number Three. Nothing of merit could cause Chretien
to come up with the notion that to hold a minister accountable in parliament
"makes a mockery of democracy." The statement is itself absurd
and should lead right straight to another rebuttable presumption. Thus,
I hereby identify, as Jerryistic #3, a new epistemological tool, which
holds that when a politician resorts to 'value words' -- such as
apple pie or democracy it's an indication of guilt and
- For another tool, we can go back to the hCG story. In
the article "Are New Vaccines Laced with Birth Control Drugs?"
we find: "When the first reports surfaced in the Philippines
of tetanus toxoid vaccine being laced with hCG hormones, the WHO and the
Philippine Department of Health (DOH) immediately denied that the vaccine
- When "confronted with the results of laboratory
tests that detected its presence in three of the four vials of tetanus
toxoid examined, the WHO and DOH scoffed at the evidence coming from 'right-to-life
and Catholic' sources. So let's say that Jerryistic #4 will apply when
parties confronted with their guilt start to 'scoff.'
- And Jerryistic #5 will cover, as in the following, the
sudden morphing of a denial into a whole new excuse (in this case, two
- "Four new vials of the tetanus vaccine were submitted
to St. Luke's (Lutheran) -- and all four vials tested positive for
hCG! From outright denial the stories now shifted to the allegedly
'insignificant' quantity of the hCG present. But of 30 women tested subsequent
to receiving tetanus toxoid vaccine, 26 tested positive for high levels
of anti-hCGWhy were the women harboring anti-hCG antibodies? New arguments
surfaced: hCG's apparent presence in the vaccine was due to "false
positives" resulting from particular substances mixed in the vaccine."
- Bill Engdahl, who deserves to be trusted, because his
book "Seeds of Destruction" gives such a wonderful warning about
our imperiled agriculture, has pointed out, in an article at <http://globalresearch.ca>globalresearch.ca,
that the next thing we have to worry about finding in our syringes is nano-particles.
Unlike the Arkansas AIDS blood, and the surreptitious anti-fertility vaccination,
this potential disaster has not yet received coverage by activists.
- Engdahl notes that two approved vaccines containing nano-particles
are about to be mass distributed in Germany, despite the fact that Beijing
Chaoyang Hospital recently discovered, in the case of women who were exposed
to nanoparticles at their workplace, that serious lung damage is to be
expected. Their report said:
- "Pathological examinations of patients' lung tissue
displayed nonspecific pulmonary inflammation, pulmonary fibrosis and foreign-body
granulomas of pleura.Nanoparticles were observed to lodge in the cytoplasm
and caryoplasm of pulmonary epithelial and mesothelial cells, but are also
located in the chest fluid." (See Y. Song, "Exposure to nanoparticles,"
European Respiratory Journal, 9/2009, 559-567.)
- Of course it is not my wish to add a new fear. Quite
the opposite. If health officials are aware of the lung-damage threat
and would yet subject their people to it, all we have to do is understand
clearly that this is not an act of God. It is plain ordinary crime. We
should make the criminals do a little dance -- in an arboreal setting,
so to speak.
- Enough is enough. I recommend we find out who it was
that recently re-engineered the 1918 flu virus. Call me a spoilsport but
I say that's murder. And if he or she happens to be an American, working
for the government and thus performing such 'work' in my name, I want to
have a go at him/her personally. Why not? I can't very well look to the
government, i.e., the accused, to sort it out, can I? Ah, but that opens
another matter that cannot easily be discussed here. Please see my series
of articles entitled "Delenda est cabal."
- The present article is the final entry in my 'Autism
Ideas' series. Granted, this one did not discuss autism at all. I hope
it gives the autism families the notion that malice cannot be ruled out
in regard to the autism epidemic. I am ashamed to be the bearer to them
of the news that anyone could have knowingly caused their child's devastation.
But Mike McCarthy, mentioned above, says 1,000 hemophiliacs died from
the tainted blood, and it certainly looks if on no stronger grounds
that Cretin's defense of Paul Martin in parliament that those deaths
- I used to babysit for a hemophiliac boy who grew up to
be a fine choir director in Cambridge MA. At the age of 35 he died of
AIDS. That left a big hole in his family. And what wonders might
he have accomplished in music if some sick minds -- the minds of the cabal
had not played God with him!
- I once asked Dr Alan Cantwell why more gay men had not
kicked up a fight when he and others (such as Robert Strecker and Len Horowitz)
laid out the truth about AIDS, namely that it was a genocide. (Twenty five
million human beings dead so far.) He said they were too sad to handle
it, as so many of their friends had died.
- We can help each other. We are a society. Margaret
Thatcher said there is no society. What did she know? Poor thing.
- Mary W Maxwell, PhD, can be found at Trineday.com. She
welcomes republication of her articles.