Day From Hell Alert

     The C.S.O. has another procedure scheduled for later this morning. Once again it will involve a long drive, a lot of cutting (for her) and a lot of waiting (for me), a long drive back, and then postoperative care most of which will fall on my shoulders. When we get back there will be a slew of more mundane chores for me to address, as well. So I won’t be posting voluminously. Perhaps not at all, after this.

     However, this set of revelations deserves at least a squib of commentary:

     What if I told you that Anthony Fauci knew all along that the COVID vaccine could not possibly prevent either infection with or transmission of COVID?
     Not surprised? Neither am I.
     Now, what if I told you he just published a paper in a peer-reviewed journal admitting that fact, and calling for new types of vaccines to deal with the problem?
     Now that is a bit of a surprise and exactly the opposite of what he told everybody during the push to get everybody vaccinated.
     Fauci lied, and now he is admitting it. In writing. In a peer-reviewed journal.

     The only surprise here is that The Venomous Dwarf actually admitted his deceits, in black and white, in a peer-reviewed publication. Inasmuch as some of his admissions directly contradict testimony he gave to Congress, there should be consequences. There won’t be any, of course. They’d make our Ruling Elite look bad for trusting him, and exhorting us to trust him, in the first place.

     But the content of Fauci’s admissions is entirely unsurprising. One doesn’t even need a slew of medical knowledge – I don’t have much, myself – to grasp the crux of the matter. Read the whole article and see for yourself.

     The American medical profession as a whole cajoled us into accepting The Jab, as it’s come to be known. Doctors, nurses, and assorted peripheral persons did their level best to make it sound like something only a fool would decline. They kept that spiel in force through numerous “boosters” – what’s the proper pejorative for a drug that boosts the efficacy of an ineffective vaccine? – always with the subtext that by accepting these drugs into our bodies, we would not merely be protecting ourselves; we would also be “socially responsible.” We’d be helping to put the brakes on a dangerous pandemic disease. COVID-19’s killed millions, don’t y’know. Everybody should pitch in to ensure its demise.

     But the vaccines proved to be both ineffective and dangerous. The consequences for trust in the medical profession have been dire. But that is exactly as it should be. They chose to trust CDC, NIAID, Fauci, and the vaccine makers, despite repeated self-contradictions and back-and-fills. They then exhorted us to accept their representations – their trust — as if it were a guarantee. Employers and merchants who set their policies according to those representations were complicit, and deserve no better.

     Yet another episode in the ongoing erosion of trust in what was once the highest-trust society in the history of Mankind.

     I’d feel a fool to advise anyone to trust a medical professional today. Yet in a couple of hours I must entrust my wife, dearer to me than anyone else in the world, to the tender mercies of surgeons and after-care specialists once again. As the removal of her tumor involved serious peripheral consequences, I have no choice.

     Who was it who advised us to “Live fast, die young, and leave a good-looking corpse?” His counsel is looking better and better.

     Have a nice day.


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    • Adrienne on February 10, 2023 at 9:48 AM

    Prayers for a successful surgery for your dear wife, Fran.  God bless you both…

    • jwm on February 10, 2023 at 9:51 AM

    God bless, Fran.

    It’s scarier to have to trust the docs with a beloved, than it is to trust them for yourself. Interesting times are wearying, no?



    • SiG on February 10, 2023 at 5:31 PM

    Prayers for you both, Fran,

    I’m with jwm earlier today.  It’s harder to watch a loved one than to undergo it yourself.



  1. Prayers for you both.

    • Basherte1 on February 12, 2023 at 8:35 PM

    Heartfelt wishes for successful surgery and recovery.

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