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As if we needed more proof that Palestinians collectively are evil.

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Shock Survey: 89% of Palestinians support terror groups known for suicide attacks, while 75% approve of October 7 massacre

Another poll displays the results of cradle-to-grave hate indoctrination.

Thanks to Jordan Schachtel of The Dossier.

A new opinion poll released by the Ramallah-based Arab World for Research & Development (AWRAD) revealed that the vast majority of Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza Strip support jihadist terrorism and that Palestinians overwhelmingly approve of the October 7 slaughter in southern Israel that was carried out by Hamas.

Here are some of the key highlights:

The survey shows that 75% of Palestinians approve of the October 7 terror attack against civilians in southern Israel, which is described by the PLO pollster as “attacks” that were “carried out in response to contemporary and historic oppression.”

Despite supporting the October 7 massacre, 90% now support a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.

Some context to this:

In Arabic, a ceasefire is referred to as a hudna, and the term carries a very different connotation. A hudna is more of a strategic ceasefire that allows for a pause in fighting so that a competitive advantage can be built against an adversary.

In Western terms, a ceasefire seeks a more lasting end to hostilities.

A hudna is purposed with allowing for your forces to regroup so that they can continue the military campaign at a later date.

Now back to the survey…

Most Palestinians believe that “Palestine will win.” That prediction is not going so well. Hamas has not only not won, they’ve run away from the fight and decided to hide within the civilian populations, as the Israeli army has successfully split Gaza in two.

Now, here’s where the poll gets really ugly:

The Palestinians support the most ferocious jihadi terrorist groups while having nothing but contempt for the United States and even Arab countries that had previously attempted to assist them.

The Al Qassam Brigades, which is supported by 89% of respondents, is the militant arm of Hamas. They are known for carrying out suicide bombing missions and terrorist attacks on civilians.

Islamic Jihad (known in the West as Palestinian Islamic Jihad, or PIJ), the second most popular group with 84% approval, is a terrorist organization that operates in Gaza and Lebanon. Their operations also include suicide attacks and indiscriminate violence against civilians.

The Al Aqsa Brigades, which, like the two aforementioned groups, is best known for its suicide attacks, receives an 80% approval rating. They operate mostly in the West Bank.

Hamas comes in fourth place with 76%. In all likelihood, Hamas is taking a back seat to the above groups because they are not committed to enough carnage against Israelis and the greater Western world.

This poll is not an aberration but the norm. The Dossier has reported on previous surveys that once more reveal the unpopular truth that is the cradle-to-grave radicalization problem among people who live in the Palestinian Territories.

Palestinians transported a captured Israeli civilian (center) from Kibbutz Kfar Azza into the Gaza Strip on Saturday, Oct 7.

Some who commited Oct 7 attrocities were kids ‘no older than 10’!

With this survey, and many before it, we can certainly put to rest the idea —advanced by President Joe Biden and the institutional U.S. foreign policy gang — that “Hamas does not represent the Palestinian people.” They most certainly do, sadly.

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How the political establishment sponsor the protests they want, suppress the ones they don’t, and tread carefully when their clients go off-message.

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How the political establishment sponsor the protests they want, suppress the ones they don’t, and tread carefully when their clients go off-message.

A brief consideration of how the German state has treated climate, pandemic and pro-Palestinian demonstrators.

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Surge in Vaccine Lawsuits Forces Biden Admin to Hire More Attorneys.

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Surge in Vaccine Lawsuits Forces Biden Admin to Hire More Attorneys.

By Jenni Fink

The administration of President Joe Biden is hiring additional attorneys to help handle the workload from vaccine lawsuits after seeing a spike in people filing claims.

The COVID-19 pandemic thrust the potential side effects of vaccines into the spotlight, prompting fierce debate about whether the benefits outweigh the potential negative outcomes. While COVID vaccine side effects have been limited, several lawsuits from plaintiffs who have experienced adverse effects have attempted to hold pharmaceutical companies accountable.

A job posting on LinkedIn from the Department of Justice advertised for a trial attorney to specialize in cases related to the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act. The legislation provides compensation to those injured by certain vaccines.

It’s unclear if the attorneys the Biden administration is hiring will be responsible for COVID-19 vaccine claims. COVID-19 vaccines are covered under the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP), not the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP), according to the Health Resources and Services Administration. Vaccines covered under the VICP include tetanus, measles, mumps and rubella, and polio.

Newsweek has reached out to the Department of Justice on Monday via media form for comment but did not receive a response in time for publication.

The position posted online advised applicants that they will have to handle heavy caseloads and work on cases that involve complex scientific issues that require expert witnesses. Since most cases are resolved without a trial, attorneys should be prepared to engage in settlement and damage negotiations, according to the posting.

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A man gets a monkeypox vaccine at a clinic in California on August 9, 2022. The Biden administration has seen an increase in vaccine lawsuits and is hiring more attorneys to handle the influx of cases.PATRICK T. FALLON/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Adverse side effects to the COVID-19 vaccine are rare, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), although some have died from them. Myocarditis, among the side effects, is most common in young males.

People who were negatively affected by the vaccine have expressed frustration with getting compensation from the U.S. government. In a recent lawsuit in Louisiana, plaintiffs called the process unconstitutional and a “black hole” in the judicial process. The lawsuit argues that the CICP provides “no timeline” for resolving their cases and one plaintiff had their case denied. The plaintiffs allege the COVID-19 vaccine led them to experience Bell’s palsy, brain blood clots, vascular inflammation and heart palpitations.

The CICP was created in 2005 and was used to deal with claims resulting from public health emergencies like anthrax exposure and the Ebola virus. It offers limited compensation, according to Reuters, and doesn’t have the option to provide compensation for damages or legal fees.

Unaccustomed to handling a large volume of cases, the program was flooded with more than 12,000 COVID-related claims. Only 32 had been deemed eligible for compensation and 1,129 had been denied as of October, according to Reuters.

Petitioners argued they didn’t have the opportunity to review evidence used against them or engage in other basic practices that would be afforded them in a trial. There are no hearings in CICP cases, and the decision is made by unidentified officials based on what a claimant submits.

Frustrations with vaccine injury compensation suits isn’t something unique to COVID claims. Attorneys and activists for years have been pushing for reform, pressing for the hiring of additional staff to handle the VICP cases. As of October, there was a backlog of nearly 4,000 claims, according to Bloomberg. Lawyers working on the cases hope Congress will pass legislation to reform how vaccine injuries are handled and for people to take action against pharmaceutical companies, not just the government.

“‘This is the first domino to fall,” David Carney, a Green & Schafle LLC attorney representing people injured by vaccines, told Bloomberg. “We’re going to start to see a windfall.”

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Why I do Invites. Or tags as some call it.

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Why I do Invites. Some at times will ask me why I do invites. It’s also called tagging. I only consider it tagging when I need to get someone’s attention. The majority of folks don’t comment. But many will out of curiosity see what the article is about.

Outside of disqus is 90% of the viewers. Disqus makes about 10% of the viewers and those who comment. Of course I want more disqus comments.

Another reason I send out the invites is so that those who aren’t familiar with the Conservative point of view can comment or at least see and read the rest of the story.

And yes in closing, it drives the owner and moderators at NV crazy because more and more Liberals are viewing and commenting.

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COVID lockdowns increased ADHD risk among 10-year-old children, new study finds.

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 COVID lockdowns increased ADHD risk among 10-year-old children, new study finds. A new study shows that the lockdowns didn’t help, but they hurt. So why would anyone be surprised? Especially with young children.

A study by the University of Copenhagen in Denmark determined that kids in this age group who already had a genetic risk of developing attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder saw a “significant increase” in diagnoses after the pandemic.

Researchers examined two groups of children, a total of 593, in 2019 and 2021.

 

COVID lockdowns increased ADHD risk among 10-year-old children, new study finds | Fox News

 

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A few words about our sister site News With Analysis

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NWA has been locked out for four days and counting. This is due in large part to Site123 (the host) making it nearly impossible to transfer ownership of the site from MC to me. This actually started a YEAR ago. Now they want money for hosting, but our admin accounts only take us to the opening screen that wants us to start a NEW website rather than our dashboard. Going to the regular website produces the Featured image above and freezes there as well.

Almost like the way the old Disqus channels were run, isn’t it?

 

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How funny is this? Alexa has The Washington Post and Amazon going crazy.

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How funny is this? Alexa has The Washington Post and Amazon going crazy. Even after reprograming, Alexa still calls Donald Trump the winner in 2020.

Alexa, who won the 2020 election? Alexa, the voice assistant from Amazon that’s in an estimated 70 million homes, has been falsely telling users the 2020 election was rigged, the Washington Post learned. Alexa has said incorrectly that Joe Biden’s presidential victory over Donald Trump was “stolen by a massive amount of election fraud” and that Trump won Pennsylvania. An Amazon spokesperson said these were isolated incidents that were quickly fixed. However, even after the WaPo brought these issues to the attention of Amazon, Alexa was still answering questions about the 2020 election with fake news.

Even fake news was running this article.

‘Alarming’: Amazon’s Alexa reportedly says 2020 election was stolen from Trump (msn.com)

Alexa says the 2020 election was stolen. What does it mean for 2024? – The Washington Post

 

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Dago Red: Its creator and legacy.

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Dago Red: Its creator and legacy. Six decades of grape growing for Los Alamos, Calif., farmer Joe Carrari produces compelling history. Carrari was awash in an acre foot of wine and going broke when he created Dago Red California coastal red wine. Dago Red was far ahead of Two Buck Chuck and has a gold medal to prove it. Bulking wine not for the faint-of-heart growers.

<p> Joe Carrari spends his time at Rancho Alamo, a 3,600-acre ranch at Los Alamos. He leases out 400 acres for vegetable production and the rest is foothills where cattle are grazed.</p>

There was Dago Red long before there was Two Buck Chuck.

More than 136,000 cases of Dago Red wine were sold in the mid-1980s. That’s miniscule compared to the more than 50 million cases of Charles (Two Buck Chuck) Shaw wine sold so far by the Franzias’ Bronco Winery.

Numbers aside, Dago Red is a far more compelling story than Bronco’s economic assault on bulging wine tanks during the miserable economic plight of the California wine industry in the early 2000s.

Dago Red was an admitted desperation idea two decades ago of crafty, veteran California wine grape grower Joe Carrari of Los Alamos, Calif., who refused to fall prey to measly winery grape prices.

When grape prices are low, there is always the debate among growers, vintners and wine merchants about the wisdom of custom crushing. Although wineries and wine merchants say it is a bad idea, many growers do it. However, what about times like now when prices are the highest they’ve been in a couple of decades? Does it make sense to custom crush to meet what seems to be a growing wine grape shortage for at least the next few seasons?

Carrari, the 78-year-old son of an Italian immigrant, has won the custom crush gamble more than once, and he would no doubt do it again, if he felt like it made economic sense. However, he’ll tell you it’s not for the timid.

Carrari is a gregarious, wily, calculating grape grower whom his wife Phyllis claims was born under a grapevine. Joe denies it, although he is not sure about conception. He will confess to picking his first wine grapes at age five.

Joe_20Carrari_20_231.jpgHe whet his wiles growing up in the sand hill vineyards of San Bernardino County, once the largest pre-Prohibition wine grape growing region in the U.S.

Carrari, christened Ferruccio when he was born in 1934 in Alta Loma, Calif., is easily likeable. He has a joke-a-minute and has a remarkable memory with one tale after another about his six decades in the wine grape business and one year of going broke growing corn in Argentina. He ends almost every narrative with a gravelly chuckle.

Although his grapes have become wine behind hundreds of wine labels from wineries big and botique, Carrari will never adorn the cover of a glossy wine aficionado magazine.

However, you will find his craggy mug in American Farmera pictorial depiction of hundreds of men and women who farm America. Joe doesn’t particularly care for his likeness there. It’s an artistically darkened black-and-white photo that makes his well-weathered face look like a Texas Farm to Market road map. Nevertheless, it’s definitely the portrait of proud farmer Joe Carrari, who is as adept in a machine shop as he is in a vineyard or on the phone marketing his grapes or bulk wine.

Indomitable Carrari

Carrari’s farming career has taken him from Southern California to Argentina to farm and back to the U.S. to work for some of the biggest names in the industry — Paul Masson and Rene DiRosa’s Winery Lake Vineyards to name two. He has consulted with Jekel, J. Lohr and several wineries/grape growers in the Paso Robles area. He has also been a consultant for grape growers in New Zealand and delivered grapes to Mexican wineries in the Guadalupe Valley. When he was farming in Cucamonga, he delivered grapes to the only winery in Santa Barbara County at the time. Today there is a winery on just about every corner in the county.

He has planted 6,000 acres of grapes and installed more than 400 Ford industrial engines on well pumps through his company, Videco. His stake driving count is in the hundreds of thousands.

You can read Winkler’s “General Viticulture” from cover to cover several times and consult with the viticultural elite and still go broke producing premium wine grapes.

Joe_20Carrari_20_232_20His_201973_20vintage.jpgThat is where Carrari found himself about 30 years ago in Los Alamos, Calif., — losing money. He refused to sell his Santa Barbara County premium red wine grapes at prices lower than it cost him to produce them. His obstinate Italian nature left him awash in bulk wine. An acre foot — 326,000 gallons — to be fairly specific.

“I refused to take what wineries were offering and lose money. I worked too hard to do that. Production Credit was taking wine as collateral on loans back then, so I crushed the grapes myself,” said Carrari.

His stubbornness extended through four vintages of Zinfandel, Merlot, Petite Sirah and Cabernet Sauvignon from the late 1970s until the mid-80s. The grapes came from parts of his 250 acres of vineyards. They were crushed at San Martin Winery and later moved to the Paul Masson winery in Soledad, Calif., when San Martin sold.

The wine grape economy continued to flounder from an overplanting of grapes, and storage fees were eroding Carrari’s chances for turning a profit on his bulk wine gamble. “I was paying $7,000 per month in storage fees and had to do something, even if it was wrong,” laughs the indomitable Carrari.

He blended the varietals in the proportions he had in storage into a California red wine and then had an artist create an art deco black-and-white checkerboard label and called it Dago Red. It sold retail for $1.99 per bottle. “I was way ahead of Two Buck Chuck. It made a helluva wine. I liked it, and I had other people taste test it before we bottled it. Nine out of 10 who tasted it agreed with me. Everyone liked it. We even sold it by the case in Los Alamos for $1 per bottle,” he chuckles.

Dago Red became a wine phenomenon. It was very popular in California, particularly in the Central Valley. It even won a gold medal as a California Red at the Orange County Wine Festival. That led to the sale of 1,200 cases to a wholesaler in New York (“that put me in business”). He poured it at a California congressional wine reception to rave reviews.

Why Dago Red?

Why Dago Red? “I am Italian. My father immigrated to California from Italy during the Depression. What else would I call it,” roars Carrari.

Dago is from Diego, which was Christopher Columbus’s son’s name. Diego Columbus was the first viceroy to the West Indies, but the local natives could not pronounce his name. They called him Dago.

History aside, the name did not sit well with fellow Italians on the East Coast. He even got in trouble with the Italian Anti-Defamation League. “This fellow called me from Washington, D.C., to complain about the use of Dago on my wine. I responded to him in Italian. He did not understand a word I said. I told him to call me back when he learned to speak Italian and hung up,” howls Carrari.

He later altered the label, putting a photo of the gold medal over the word Dago on the label in deference to his fellow Italians.

Dago Red sold so well Carrari came up with spin-offs from that using white wine grapes from his vineyard.

“It took me 10 years to get rid of all that wine, but in the end I made a $1 million profit after all my expenses,” he said.

Dago Red was not the only time he turned a sour wine deal into a bouquet of money. A prominent North Coast winery contracted for grapes at 22 sugar. The weather turned hot, and the grapes started ripening quickly. He called the winery, but the winery was not ready to accept them. He was told to wait a few days to pick. He waited and when the grapes arrived at the winery, the loads were downgraded for being too high in sugar.

Carrari was angry and left the grapes on the truck and hauled them back to the coast for custom crushing. It was a 250-mile round trip.

“The trucker was really good about it and did not charge me for the back haul. I had worked with him over the years at other vineyards,” Carrari explains.

He eventually sold the wine bulk to Beringer for $3 per gallon. “I made more money that way than had I had them crushed at the winery where they were going to dock me,” he laughs.

These are just two of the tales Carrari likes to spin from more than 60 years of growing grapes and marketing wine not only in California, but throughout the U.S. “I shipped a lot of bulk wine to wineries in other states to get started,” he said.

He learned his viticultural prowess from his father, who was adept at nudging 4 to 5 tons per acre from head-pruned, dryland farm Zinfandel vines. The average rainfall at Rancho Cucamonga is 17 inches per year, just 6 inches more than in Fresno, Calif. Dryland farming wine grapes on less than 2 acre feet of water will make you resourceful for life.

From the 1890s into the mid-1950s, the Cucamonga-Guasti-Ontario Wine District was considered California’s largest wine-growing and wine-producing district. Much of the valley’s grape and wine property was owned by Secundo Guasti, who founded the Italian Vineyard Company in 1883 and built it into a gigantic wine enterprise prior to Prohibition. Guasti farmed the largest contiguous block of wine grapes at the time, 6,000 acres, and Carrari’s father managed some of those vineyards.

Failure brings opportunity

Joe and his father later farmed on their own. Eventually, their vineyards reached 1,400 acres. One of their vineyards was planted in 1906 and was farmed continuously until 1984.

“We shipped grapes all over the U.S.” One year the Carrari family shipped 4,500 tons of grapes to home vintners.

Joe made spending money in high school delivering grapes to Southern Californians for homemade wine. He once rented a stall at the Los Angeles produce market where he sold 145 tons of grapes one season, all hand-picked in lug boxes.

His father was born in Argentina, and Joe tried his hands at farming there after leaving the Cucamonga area in the mid 1960s. That was a disaster. He came back to the U.S. broke with a wife and four children. Fortunately, his viticultural skills quickly landed him jobs with some of the 1970s pioneers, as the state’s grape industry was evolving into a new era.

He was working for Masson when the Central Coast wine grape planting boom of the 1970s began. He was involved in both the successful and the failed. It was a failure that opened the door for him to start his own vineyard management and consulting business and plant his own coastal vineyard.

He became involved in a proposed 2,200-acre vineyard development/bulk wine marketing project that went bankrupt. Carrari stayed with the project for another year afterward to work with creditors. “We eventually paid off unsecured creditors 90 cents on the dollar. That’s unheard of in a bankruptcy.” That established Carrari’s credibility and helped him obtain credit to plant his own vineyard in Los Alamos and bolster his fledgling Videco farm management business.

His company was one of the first to mechanically harvest grapes on the coast. He also owned a nursery that supplied rootstock for new plantings.

Carrari loves to tell stories about the people and projects from his six decades in the business, but at heart Carrari is a grape grower. He beams when he talks about his vineyard adventures.

Vineyard adventures

It put him in good stead with many grape growers.

Like the time he interviewed with Paul Masson at Soledad, and he was asked what he thought about grafting over 75 acres of Pinot Noir to Chenin Blanc because the Pinot Noir was not producing.

“I never did like Pinot Noir. It is hard to set a crop, and it ripens very quickly. Birds love it,” explains Carrari.

Nevertheless, he did not necessarily agree with the decision to graft over the Pinot as Masson’s management was considering.

“I did not think I had all the facts. I asked Vince Petrucci (California State University, Fresno viticulture professor) to come over to take at a look it,” he says.

The duo recommended it be spur pruned rather than caned pruned. It was pruned to two spurs and 15 tons of manure was spread. The result was two canes per vine and 6 tons per acre.

“It went from nothing to 6 tons per acre in 13 months,” he says. “You cannot be expected to have all the answers in this business, but you should be expected to know where to get the answers.”

He found himself farming a block of Muscat that was faltering for no clear reason.

“The spurs looked like toothpicks. The vines were ready to die,” Carrari. He had various clues as to what might be the problem, but nothing was obvious.

“I suspected salt build-up. Muscats are very sensitive to salts, and we were irrigating with a well with 8.2 pH water,” he said.

Carrari decided to create 18-inch-wide French drain 6 feet deep down every other row and apply 5 tons of gypsum per acre. “The vines developed luscious growth the next year, and we got 1 ton per acre. I called it my chemotherapy treatment,” he laughs.

Over the years, Carrari developed a two-row hydraulic stake driver as well as propane burners for leaf thinning and weed control.

Birds are a perennial problem and Carrari’s mechnical prowess tackled that issue with a unique solution. He bought several large mobile, mechanical air compressors. He positioned in them in the vineyard to cycle compressed air through overhead sprinklers used for frost protection to scare the birds away.

Hawk kits, cannons and foil streamers never work, according to Carrari. The air spitting intermittently from the sprinklers did. “We went from 20 percent bird damage down to 4 percent. The only damage was on the edge of the vineyard.”

The 78-year-old Carrari has slowed down. He sold his vineyard a few years back. He still consults and his 1973 Chisholm Ryder grape harvester still harvests a few grapes. He also keeps busy making sure the irrigation systems are working properly on the 400 acres of vegetable ground he leases on the 3,600-acre ranch he bought when he sold his vineyard.

Regrets from six decades of wine grape growing?

“Only regret I have is that it took me so long to learn anything” with another trademark Joe Carrari howl.

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Researchers “alarmed” to find DNA contamination in Pfizer covid-19 vaccine.

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Researchers “alarmed” to find DNA contamination in Pfizer covid-19 vaccine.

A researcher testifies before a South Carolina Senate hearing about the discovery of DNA contamination found in Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine

Phillip Buckhaults, a cancer genomics expert, and professor at the University of South Carolina has testified before a South Carolina Senate Medical Affairs Ad-Hoc Committee saying that Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine is contaminated with billions of tiny DNA fragments.

Buckhaults, who has a PhD in biochemistry and molecular biology, said “there is a very real hazard” that these fragments of foreign DNA can insert themselves into a person’s own genome and become a “permanent fixture of the cell.”

He said it’s a plausible mechanism for what might be “causing some of the rare but serious side effects like death from cardiac arrest” in people following mRNA vaccination.

Buckhaults is not an alarmist and has been reluctant to go public with his findings for fear of frightening people.

He himself was vaccinated three times with Pfizer’s covid vaccine and recommended it to family and friends. He described the mRNA platform technology as “revolutionary” and said the vaccine has saved many lives.

“I’m a real fan of this platform,” Buckhaults told the Senate. “I think it has the potential to treat cancers, I really believe that this platform is revolutionary. In your lifetime, there will be mRNA vaccines against antigens in your unique cancer. But they’ve got to get this problem fixed.”

Buckhaults is most concerned about the “very real theoretical risk of future cancer in some people, depending on where this foreign piece of DNA lands in the genome, it can interrupt a tumour suppressor gene or activate an oncogene.”

“I’m kind of alarmed about this DNA being in the vaccine… DNA is a long-lived information storage device. It’s what you were born with, you’re going to die with and pass on to your kids. … So alterations to the DNA…well, they stick around,” he said.

Buckhaults believes the vaccines were deployed in good faith, but given the panic and urgency of the crisis, “there were a lot of shortcuts taken.” He puts it down to incompetence not malice, quoting Hanlon’s razor…

“…. which is never attribute malice to that which can be better explained by incompetence. There could be malice underneath, but I’m trying to see just incompetence to be gracious,” he told the Senate.

How did the vials end up contaminated with DNA?

Buckhaults explained how two different manufacturing processes were used to make Pfizer’s vaccine.

The initial production of Pfizer’s covid vaccine used a method called Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) to amplify the DNA template that was then used for production of the mRNA. This method, called PROCESS 1, can be used to make a highly pure mRNA product.

However, in order to upscale the process for large-scale distribution of the vaccine to the population for its “emergency authorisation” supply, Pfizer switched to a different method – PROCESS 2 – to amplify the mRNA.

PROCESS 2 used bacteria to make large quantities of “DNA plasmid” (circular DNA instructions), which would be used to make the mRNA. Hence, the final product contained both plasmid DNA and mRNA.

The switch from PROCESS 1 to PROCESS 2, ultimately resulted in the contamination of the vaccine (see red circles).

Pfizer tried to deal with the problem by adding an enzyme (DNAse) to chop up the plasmid into millions of tiny fragments.

But Buckhaults said it made the situation worse because the more fragments you have, the greater the chance that one of the fragments inserts itself into the genome and disrupts a vital gene.

“[Pfizer] chopped them up to try to make them go away, but they actually increased the hazard of genome modification in the process,” explained Buckhaults.

“I don’t think there was anything nefarious here, I just think it was kind of a dumb oversight,” he added. “They just didn’t think about the hazard of genome modification…it’s not all that expensive to add another process to get it out.”

A BMJ investigation found that batches of vaccine derived from PROCESS 2, were shown to have substantially lower mRNA integrity, and some say these vaccines have been associated with greater adverse events.

Buckhault’s research is not an outlier. Genomics expert Kevin McKernan has also reported plasmid DNA contamination in both Pfizer and Moderna bivalent covid-19 vaccines, in amounts that far exceeded the safety limit set by the FDA.

FDA safety limits

The FDA acknowledges that there are risks to having residual DNA left in vaccines:

Residual DNA might be a risk to your final product because of oncogenic and/or infectivity potential. There are several potential mechanisms by which residual DNA could be oncogenic, including the integration and expression of encoded oncogenes or insertional mutagenesis following DNA integration. Residual DNA also might be capable of transmitting viral infections if retroviral proviruses, integrated copies of DNA viruses, or extrachromosomal genomes are present.

In its guidance to industry, the FDA says:

The risks of oncogenicity and infectivity of your cell-substrate DNA can be lessened by decreasing its biological activity. This can be accomplished by decreasing the amount of residual DNA and reducing the size of the DNA (e.g., by DNAse treatment or other methods) to below the size of a functional gene (based on current evidence, approximately 200 base pairs). Chemical inactivation can decrease both the size and biological activity of DNA.

The problem with this advice said Buckhaults, is that it applies to the manufacturing of traditional vaccines, which contain what is known as “naked DNA.”

Normally, low levels of naked DNA in a vaccine would not be a problem because the bits of DNA are chewed up by tissue enzymes before they’ve had a chance to get inside cells. However, the DNA in Pfizer’s vaccine is not “naked.”

It is wrapped up in lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) – essentially fat globules – that help transport the genetic material (mRNA and plasmid DNA) inside the cells where the DNA can migrate to the nucleus and insert itself into the genome.

That’s why Buckhaults told the Senate that the FDA’s rules for safe levels of DNA in vaccines does not apply to the new mRNA platform technology.

“The fact that there is a regulatory threshold for the amount of DNA allowed in a vaccine is a throwback to an era when we were talking about [traditional] vaccines…but they inappropriately applied that regulatory limit to this new kind of vaccine where everything is encapsulated in this lipid nanoparticle — this was an inappropriate application of an old school regulation to a new kind of vaccine,” said Buckhaults.

What now?

Buckhaults said that vaccinated people need to be tested to see if any of the foreign DNA has integrated into the genome of their stem cells. This is easily detectable because the foreign DNA has a unique signature.  Buckhaults said “It leaves a calling card.”

“This is not terribly expensive to do these kinds of tests,” he added, “But there has to be a system where professors are not going to be penalised for producing results that are counter to what the party line is supposed to be.”

Senator Billy Garrett asked whether Buckhaults could test for DNA contamination in the new covid boosters that the Biden administration just recommended for all Americans aged 6 months or older.

“I would like to do that,” said Buckhaults. “It takes about three hours to check a vial of vaccine to see if it’s got this in it – about 100 bucks of reagents.”

“And I will not get the vaccine again myself unless I get a batch and find out that it’s free of DNA,” he added.

While the Senators offered to intervene if Buckhaults received any retribution or harassment in response to his testimony at the hearing, they did appear helpless in their ability to bring about meaningful change.

Senator Richard Cash said, “We are not going to have any authority over the FDA to force Pfizer to do something. I mean, that’s a federal issue.”

Buckhaults told the Senate that he emailed the FDA about the contamination problem but had not received a reply.

The FDA has been approached for comment.

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Just putting this out there. COVID news updates.

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Just putting this out there. COVID news updates.

 

“There is so little data available on the safety of this latest booster, the FDA’s actions create an unnecessary risk to the public’s health.” —Dr. Pierre Kory

Let’s start there with what our doctors are saying about the safety of the new COVID shots that were recently approved by the FDA and blessed by the CDC.

It is our moral and ethical imperative to report to you the most reliable information and scientific data available of which you must be aware so that you can make the best and most informed decisions possible to preserve your health.

Dr. Kory, chief medical officer of the FLCCC and Dr. Paul Marik, the FLCCC’s chief scientific officer, want you to be fully aware of the lack of trustworthy science for the safety and efficacy of these injections before you decide whether or not you wish to receive a shot.

“Our government continues to look for shortcuts in approving vaccines under the guise of an emergency while putting the public at risk of more injuries from these boosters that have not been through the extensive review and testing that is required outside of the EUA,” said Dr. Marik.

He’s right. Pfizer and Moderna—with the full-throated assent of the FDA— have leveraged the (unnecessary) Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) that remains in effect—despite there being no emergency— in order to push these new shots to market—for a low-risk illness that produces mild symptoms for most people.

There is no emergency (except for the vaccine purveyors’ urgent desire to fill their pockets with more and more $$$.)

Meanwhile, what do YOU get? Let’s see.

💉 You get a “vaccine” for a strain of COVID that is quickly becoming extinct.

💉 You get a shot whose ingredients are linked to clotting, which leads to lack of oxygen in body tissues.

💉 You run the risk of acquiring pathophysiologic abnormalities triggered by the spike protein, which lead to myriad damages to a number of organ systems.

💉 You get a ticket to a lottery to win a chance to become one of 65 million people worldwide suffering debilitating vaccine injuries.

💉 You get exposed to ad after ad after ad trying to guilt-shame you into getting a dangerous injection for a fading strain of COVID by warning you that not doing so will place your loved ones in harm’s way. It’s simply not true, but many doctors remain afraid to talk to their patients about it for fear of reprisals by their employers, licensing bodies and medical boards. ***

“The ‘system’ does not encourage independent thinking when it comes to treatment. They want everyone to follow the same protocols — and many healthcare providers do, as they’re afraid of the repercussions,” said Dr. Joe Varon, a critical care physician and one of the co-founders of the FLCCC. “If there’s one thing that the FLCCC is proud of, it is that we never give up. If one thing doesn’t work, we go and find something else. That’s what makes us different, and what makes us a complete alternative to what’s out there in healthcare.”

100%, Joe. An alternative to the current healthcare system is critical—especially now— given that the FDA’s recommendation for this new booster was based on data submitted by the companies that have a financial interest in the approval. There was no independent or peer review of this data.

“There is the almost unfathomable rise of 6 standard deviations from the norm in disability rates coinciding with the COVID-shots rollout in late 2020 followed by their mandating on the American labor force,” said Dr. Kory, who addressed rising cases of vaccine injuries, the continuing war on ivermectin and Big Pharma on the Kevin Wall radio program this week. (Hear Dr. Kory starting at about 15:00.) “Most dispiriting of all is that the vast majority of the vaccine-injured were highly functional before these spike protein exposures or injections.”

BOTTOM LINE: Educate yourself thoroughly about the COVID shots before deciding what’s best for you and your family.

***A one-year-old California law that allowed for the punishment of physicians who provided “misinformation” to their patients—specifically regarding COVID-19 and the vaccines— will soon be voted on for repeal. Under the law, if doctors violated “scientific consensus” and official “standards of care”, they could be cited for unprofessional conduct and subject to board disciplinary action. Many physicians claimed the law violated their First Amendment rights, and prompted several lawsuits challenging its constitutionality.


Lawmakers in both Florida and South Carolina have, in official proceedings, voiced their concern over the safety, efficacy and need for the current COVID shots.

In South Carolina, attorney Aaron Siri testified in a pandemic preparedness listening session about COVID vaccine “safety” (an oxymoron?). And in Florida, Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo warned healthy adults under the age of 65 against taking a new COVID-19 booster.

“With the amount of immunity that’s in the community — with virtually every walking human being having some degree of immunity, and with the questions we have about safety and about effectiveness, especially about safety, my judgment is that it’s not a good decision for young people and for people who are not at high risk at this point in the pandemic,” said Dr. Ladapo.

Keep talking, gentlemen. Keep talking.


GREAT NEWS!

Ohio House Bill 73 advanced to the next important step in the Ohio legislature and will soon be considered by the Senate Health Committee. Testimony will be heard by the committee followed by a vote to advance the bill to the entire Ohio Senate.

The Dave and Angie Patient and Health Provider Protection Act, if passed into law, will protect the rights of doctors to prescribe repurposed drugs. This encouraging progress on bipartisan legislation will ensure access to essential treatments that were arbitrarily restricted during the pandemic.

Our own Dr. Paul Marik, who testified on HB73 before the Ohio House Health Provider Services Committee, said this about the bill’s advancement in the Senate: “The bill is not only critical to the future of the practice of medicine in Ohio, but sets an example for the nation to follow.”


“We are seeing an increase in the number of cases of COVID. That’s the bad news. The good news is that not a single patient has had to go to the hospital because of COVID.” —Dr. Joe Varon.

Dr. Joseph Varon and Dr. Katarina Lindley joined host Betsy Ashton this week for the FLCCC Weekly Webinar to discuss what they are seeing at their practices in terms of COVID, long COVID and vaccine injury/“long vax”. No need to panic, FLCCC protocols are focused on preventiontreatment and recovery!

“Fear is a liar. So—faith over fear. Do the things you always do when you get sick and find a doctor you trust.” advised Dr. Kat Lindley.


In this new episode of ‘Whole Body Health’, Dr. JP Saleeby describes how hormones, drugs and supplements can support or interfere with your thyroid. Dr. Saleeby also explains why it is important to check your thyroid hormones if you have long COVID or post-vaccine syndrome.


In this episode of Long (COVID) Story Short, our Dr. Been reviews an early pandemic study.

This is a study of COVID-19 confirmed hospitalized patients. Researchers found two groups of individuals with biomarker profiles: the first had high fibrinogen levels in relation to C-Reactive proteins (CRP) and the second had an increase in D-Dimers in relation to CRP. These molecules generally increase in relation to CRP; however, here the researchers found that the fibrinogen and D-Dimers increased while the CRP stayed low. These cohorts were associated with higher likelihood of neurological long COVID. Dr. Been takes us through both the findings and the mechanisms.


The FLCCC protocols save lives all around the world!

From the very start in March 2020, through sharing the FLCCC Alliance COVID-19 protocols, this doctor was able to share life-saving information with hundreds of his contacts, his extended family (USA, Philippines, UK, Canada, Israel), close friends, former patients, relatives and former classmates locally and overseas. The protocols prevented infection, severe infection and untimely death for ALL of his contacts. Watch his MyStory now.


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