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Tuesday, 2 March 2021

It begins: Employer – ‘If you’re not vaccinated, you’re not working here.’ Welcome to the future of America?

 



Many citizens in the United States are facing the possibility of mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations, implemented by employers, cities, states, or even through federally-related regulations.


Across this country, millions of people have received one or both doses of the COVID vaccine.


To date, according to data presented at USAfacts.org, over 46 million people have received at least one dose, and over 21 million have received both doses of the vaccine.


Daily, many happily line up at vaccine clinics for their injections, and they proudly post their vaccination on social media, to congratulatory virtual fist-bumps.



There are many others, however, who are not so enthusiastic about receiving the vaccine.


A Gallup survey conducted in October of 2020 revealed that 42% of U.S. adults said they would not get the vaccine.


More recent research by the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor showed that as of December 2020, 71% of respondents agreed to receiving the vaccine, with 27% remaining “vaccine hesitant,” refusing to receive a vaccine even if it was offered for free and “deemed safe by scientists.”


Among health care workers, the KFF also reported that 29% were “vaccine hesitant.”


The reasons for refusal are multiple, and quite worthy of consideration.


Some are concerned about the speed with which the various available vaccines were developed, and the obvious resulting lack of long-term data on efficacy and potentially harmful side effects.


Indeed, former CDC acting director Dr. Richard Besser, who espoused his support for the vaccination, confirmed to Today that:


“We’ve never had a vaccine approved this quickly, and that will raise a lot of concerns for many people….


“This [the vaccine] is being approved based on two months of safety data, which isn’t a lot.”


Apropos of the lack of safety data, some are understandably concerned about the new use of mRNA technology.


Also, according to KFF, 51% of the “vaccine hesitant” have “concerns over the role of politics in the development process.” Given the fact that the viral outbreak itself was drenched in politics, from excuses for Trump-bashing to the excuses for many intrusive edicts and regulations, this is completely understandable.


Many would simply prefer to have the option to take their chances with an illness with high survival rate versus a brand new vaccine with no long term studies.


Other concerns lie with specifics. As reported in the Los Angeles Times, there has been no testing regarding the question of whether the recipient of a vaccine has a reduced risk of transmitting the virus to others. This fact leads many to question the point of receiving the vaccine at all, especially since it is presented as a way to protect others.


As one would expect, other legitimate objections come from review of reported adverse events related to the vaccine, as documented by the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, or VAERS.


According to a search of the VAERS database, as of February 18, 2021, out of 19,907 cases of reported adverse events related to the COVID-19 vaccine, there were 1095 deaths.


In addition, 403 reports indicated permanent disability. Also reported were 4,129 emergency room visits and 2,297 hospitalizations, and there were 33 reported birth defects.


Anecdotal reports in mainstream and social media of tragic deaths after receiving the vaccine, in combination with VAERS reporting, have not exactly increased confidence in the safety of the vaccine, either.

According to new data released Friday, as of Feb. 12, 15,923 adverse reactions to #COVID #vaccines, including 929 deaths, have been reported to the #CDC's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) since Dec. 14, 2020.


So a concerned citizen questioning the safety or efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine can simply refuse to have it administered, right?


Not so fast.


As it turns out, there are four notable -and legal- paths to requiring persons to receive the vaccine, with possible significant consequences for refusal.


First, the vaccine may be required as a condition of employment.


According to attorney Jon Zimring of Greenberg Traurig in Chicago, the most likely industries that would be pro-vaccine include health care, travel, and retail, “or other businesses whose employees are at risk or who present a risk to others.”


Robin Samuel, an attorney with Baker McKenzie in Los Angeles, told the Society for Human Resource Management:


“Employers may require vaccines before employees return to the worksite if the failure to be vaccinated constitutes a direct threat to other employees in the workplace because the virus is rampant and easily transmitted in the workplace.”


Legal expert and senior lecturer Joanne Rosen notes that employers have already made vaccines mandatory for certain workplaces. For instance, many health care workers are required to be vaccinated against the flu every year.


There are two primary exceptions to mandated vaccines at work, according to Michelle Strowhiro, employment law partner at McDermott Will & Emery. Strowhiro states that an employee can object if they have a disability or medical condition that would be exacerbated by the vaccine, or a sincerely held religious belief that does not permit administration of the vaccine.


However, an employer does not have to accommodate an employee’s “secular or medical beliefs about vaccines.”


As such, more letters like the one provided to us below are likely to go out to employees who have been hesitant to receive the vaccine.


This letter is from Andrew H. Banoff, President and CEO of Jewish Senior Services, a senior care organization, to an employee.


Implying that the recipient has been hesitant to receive the vaccine, Banoff asserts:


“We have been patient with those who had concerns about getting the vaccine, but it is now time to make it a Condition of Employment.”

This is our future. Despite the obvious lack of long-term studies on the safety and efficacy of the COVID vaccine, employees all across the country are facing the prospect of losing their jobs if they are hesitant to receive the vaccine.


But it doesn’t stop there.


A second way mandatory vaccines can be legally implemented is at the city level.


This happened in 2019 in New York City, when, in response to a measles outbreak, the measles vaccine was made mandatory for those who lived in four particular zip codes. Residents who did not accept the MMR vaccine or could not prove immunity to measles faced a costly $1000 fine.


It is quite conceivable that cities with outbreaks could easily resurrect such a requirement with the COVID vaccine.


Third, mandatory vaccinations could be implemented at state level.


The precedent has been set with the 1905 Supreme Court case Jacobson v. Massachusetts.


In 1902, there was an outbreak of smallpox in Cambridge, MA. An ordinance was enacted that required all residents to be vaccinated against smallpox, or face a fine of $5.


Jacobson objected to the mandate, and argued, among other things, that “his constitutionally protected liberty interests were being infringed by this mandate.”


The Court decided that “individual rights are not absolute, and states can interfere with rights to protect the public health, as long as it’s reasonable.”


Regarding the case, legal expert Joanne Rosen wrote that the Supreme Court:


“said that states have under their police powers, which is under the Constitution, the authority to enact reasonable regulations as necessary to protect public health, public safety, and the common good.”


Rosen continued:


“Vaccination mandates constitute exactly that kind of permissible state action to protect the public’s health.


“Even though it’s 115 years old, this continues to be the benchmark case on the state’s power to mandate vaccination.”


So, as multiple states issue edicts regarding masking and social distancing, with their concomitant limits on numbers of gatherers and the type of gatherings people are allowed to have, it is rather chilling to realize that we could be mere steps away from state-mandated, and Supreme-Court backed, vaccinations.


In fact, in New York, Assembly Bill A11179, which is presently listed as “In Committee,” proposes mandated administration of the COVID-19 vaccine.


The bill states:


“If public health officials determine that residents of the state are not developing sufficient immunity from COVID-19, the department shall mandate vaccination for all individuals or groups of individuals who, as shown by clinical data, are proven to be safe to receive such vaccine.


Fourth, there exists the possibility of mandating at the federal level.


Fortunately, according to Dorit Reiss, a law professor at the University of California Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, a federal mandate would “[a]lmost certainly not” happen, due the federal government’s “limited powers expressly spelled out in the Constitution.”


However, Reiss told Today, there are workarounds.


For example, it “would be within the federal government’s powers” to require vaccination in order to obtain a passport, which would clearly affect large numbers of people who travel internationally for work or pleasure.


This is where we are.


This is a time when choices are limited across the country as to whether we can see each other’s faces, come together to worship, meet for a simple coffee or meal, or even gather for a holiday celebration with our families.


As it turns out, we are also facing the possibility that we can be legally forced to receive a vaccination that between 27 and 42 percent of us are hesitant to receive – or face punishments such as a stiff fine or loss of a job.

lawenforcementtoday.com

Friday, 26 February 2021

WANTING TO START A WAR

STAY CALM-ALL THIS SHITSHOW IS WANTING TO DO IS CAUSE CIVIL UNREST TO CAUSE WAR!
WHAT BETTER WAY FOR POPULATION CONTROL?

GET US TO DO EVERYTHING AS USUAL

MEDIATE.AND MEDITATE! 

Wednesday, 24 February 2021

NASA is lying and covering up the cosmic war to end human civilization

 Health Ranger points out that NASA now claims they've landed a helicopter on Mars. They are lying, of course, since helicopters can't function in a near-vacuum, as they need atmosphere to generate lift from the spinning rotors. Mars has virtually no atmosphere, according to NASA.


What I'm revealing in today's Situation Update podcast is shocking and stunning: NASA is engaged in a massive cover-up about life on other planets, and the Pentagon now admits to studying UFO wreckage taken from crash sites. There is a cosmic war to exterminate humanity and transform Earth into a post-human future, and depopulation globalists are working in alignment with those anti-human forces to achieve this outcome.


This is way bigger than politics, economics or climate. This is the cosmic truth about the war against humanity.


CCP

 Washington responds to Beijing’s top diplomat. Earlier, the Chinese official laid out “red lines” he says the United States can’t cross when dealing with the communist regime.


Canadian lawmakers pass resolution accusing Beijing of genocide against the Uyghur ethnic minority. But Trudeau’s administration is not supporting the resolution.


Hundreds of British schools could become outlets for Chinese propaganda, as Chinese companies linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) look to buy them.


Calls to boycott the 2022 Beijing Olympics are growing because of China’s poor human rights record. The United States, UK, Canada, and Australia are among those supporting the movement.

Tuesday, 23 February 2021

BE CAREFUL! - "This is Serious, You Have No Idea"

Classified Alien Encounters Revealed By Traumatologist

America’s Great Threat - China

Mainstream Media Dying!!! Do They NEED Trump To Survive?

The Great Reset: Bill Gates & Farming - WHAT'S GOING ON?

Investigating a COVID hotel in British Columbia

What are the main points of the US Constitution?

 The main points of the US Constitution, according to the National Archives and Records Administration, are popular sovereignty, republicanism, limited government, separation of powers, checks and balances, and federalism.


According to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), there are six main points of the US Constitution, referred to as the “Six Big Ideas.” They include the following.


Popular sovereignty means that the people are sovereign or ultimately that the government represents the people. This means that the government has authority because the people grant it authority. The Constitution begins with “We the People.” By exercising the right to elect representatives and doing their civic duty by voting, the people are the source of government power.


Related to this is republicanism, which is a model of government that emphasizes that the people—or citizens—participate in order to advance the common good of the republic. This means that people have an obligation to fulfill their civic duty.


Because the US government exists because the people give it power, there is a limited government. The government's powers are limited to those powers the people determine and authorize it to have. The government is not omnipotent. The Constitution outlines the areas over which the government has authority.


Another of the six main ideas is that of separation of powers, which means that the Constitution outlines three main branches of government—the legislative, executive and judicial branches—and allocates various powers among them.


Moreover, through a system of checks and balances, another of the six main points in the Constitution, each of the three branches of government has several constitutional checks to oversee the operations of the other two branches in order to ensure the overall balance of power.


Federalism refers to the division of power of a centralized government and various local governments that are located closer to and presumably better understand the people they serve. This gives local government certain authority to self-govern.

Monday, 22 February 2021

Texas Freezing and Global Warming

 


A few days ago, my husband and I were chatting about the freezing weather in Texas and the resulting blackouts. My daughter got grumpy when she heard us and said, “So you don’t believe in global warming?”


“Not necessarily. If you want to convince me, answer my questions,” my husband said. “First, is it true that we have global warming? See how cold Texas gets and how much snow we are getting.”


“Scientists said these are caused by global warming! I can find out,” said my daughter.


“OK. Second, if global warming is true, is it caused by carbon dioxide or by human activities? Third, would it help if the United States and Europe stopped emitting carbon dioxide while China can do whatever it wants? You know, the emissions from China are more than those from the United States and Europe combined.”


“Global warming is an interesting topic for my writing, I guess,” I interjected.



“No! You can write about anything but global warming!” my daughter yelled.


“Why?”


“Because it’s stupid!”


“Why is it stupid? I am going to research it.”


“The scientists… the United Nations… NASA said global warming is true! If you doubt it, it is like you are saying the earth is flat!”


“Well, I don’t think the earth is flat, and I will do some research on global warming,” I said.



“But what you write is about socialism stuff. That’s politics. Global warming is SCIENCE!”


“OK, if it is a science, people should be allowed to debate about it based on evidence and data, right? Why are you so upset? I am just curious to find answers to your dad’s questions. I don’t think you would be upset if I wrote about whales and sea turtles, and checked which of them swims faster.”


At that point, I made up my mind to do the research and find out why my daughter was so nervous about this topic.


Explaining Texas Freezing as a Symptom of Global Warming

Since my daughter mentioned NASA, I researched NASA first. They’ve published a video showing the global surface temperature changes from 1880 to 2020. It looks like the global surface temperatures are getting higher, especially since 2005. The temperature increase at the North Pole is most obvious.


But why is Texas, in the Sunshine Belt, getting so cold? According to mainstream media, like the New York Times, a warmer Arctic Sea and thinner Arctic sea ice is the reason for colder continents in lower latitudes of the northern hemisphere. This is because the warmth weakens the circulating “jet stream” holding the cold polar air, so the frigid air escapes to the lower latitude areas.



Although this is the media’s standard answer, in scientific circles it is still considered a hypothesis and has been challenged by prominent climate scientists:


“It’s an interesting idea, but alternative observational analyses and simulations with climate models have not confirmed the hypothesis, and we do not view the theoretical arguments underlying it as compelling.


 … Coincidence does not in itself constitute a strong case for causality. Cold air outbreaks even more severe than occurred this winter affected the United States in the early 1960s, the late 1970s (most notably 1977), and in 1983, back when the Arctic sea ice was thicker and more extensive than it is today.”


—John Wallace, Isaac Held, David Thompson, Kevin Trenberth, and John Walsh, in a 2014 letter published in Science.


 “Over the past six or so years, there has been a surge of modelling studies ­­suggesting only a weak influence of Arctic warming on mid-latitudes. The magnitudes of the simulated responses are consistently weaker than observations might imply, for reasons that are uncertain and contentious.”


—Russell Blackport and James A. Screen, in a 2020 letter published in Nature.



Apparently, scientists haven’t found a compelling explanation for the extreme winter chill in Texas in the context of global warming. That is quite inconvenient for climate apocalypse advocates.


Global warming has been held as the culprit for all kinds of miseries, like hurricanes, droughts, flooding, wildfires, heatwaves, malaria, and rising sea levels. Therefore, extreme winter cold has to be caused by global warming somehow, right? Just as Liz Sherwood-Randall, President Biden’s homeland security adviser, told reporters on Feb. 18, “The extreme weather events that we’re experiencing this week … do yet again demonstrate to us that climate change is real and it’s happening now, and we’re not adequately prepared for it.”


Global Warming vs. Hurricanes

“Hurricanes have been depicted as the literal poster-child of the harmful impacts of global warming.”


—Christopher Landsea, American meteorologist


Thanks to Chapter Sixteen (Parts I and II) of The Epoch Times book “How the Specter of Communism Is Ruling Our World,” I was shown a gateway to an ocean of knowledge about climate change.

EPOCH TIMES

YOU ARE THE STORY - A Story By Summer Wind

Saturday, 20 February 2021

Something is not sitting right with me with Texas and it’s not just the weather.

I mean it really bothers me these millions of Texas families are suffering.

I couldn’t sleep actually...

So I woke up this morning, made coffee and got to researching.

I started pulling Biden’s EO’s this morning and I found something buried in the Keystone Piepline EO..... way towards the end of the doc.

It turns out that the same day Biden shut down the Keystone Pipeline, he also lifted the security on our power grid for 90 days (Trump’s EO the year prior secured our power grid by giving China no access.)

Here below is the snippet buried in Biden’s Keystone pipeline EO.

“c) Executive Order 13920 of May 1, 2020 (Securing the United States Bulk-Power System), is hereby suspended for 90 days. The Secretary of Energy and the Director of OMB shall jointly consider whether to recommend that a replacement order be issued.”

Just a small little paragraph tucked away in one of Biden’s EO’s the first day he was in office under the umbrella of “restoring science to tackle the climate crisis”.

You can find it here:

https://www.whitehouse.gov/.../executive-order.../

 

So I researched our energy transformers that supply our power grid.

Turns out, we have had zero transformers in this country that were manufactured in China prior to 2009. From 2009 -2019, China has manufactured 200 of our transformers, supplying 60% of our power grid.

Trump’s EO states this snippet, interestingly enough.

May 1, 2020 order, President Trump stated that

“the United States should no longer purchase transformers and other electric grid equipment manufactured in China. He signaled that it is important to end relationships that U.S. utilities have directly with Chinese businesses and multi-national companies manufacturing transformers in China, which are later plugged into the electric grid in the United States.

Chinese power equipment can be embedded with software and hardware that can be remotely accessed, enhancing China’s ability to commit cyberattacks. Because power transformers are huge and weigh between 100 and 400 tons, it is not easy to identify embedded software or hardware. There is also a potential hardware risk since counterfeit items can be easily put into large power transformers.”

You can read Trump’s EO here:

https://www.federalregister.gov/.../securing-the-united...

What prompted Trump’s EO was this prior report right here. The Department of Energy found in this report, that there were :

6 - US power transformer manufacturers

30- Chinese power transformer manufacturers.

You can read the report here:

https://www.energy.gov/.../04/f15/LPTStudyUpdate-040914.pdf

Most recent projects were completed in

Houston

Las Vegas

New Jersey

If you lookup “ Electric Panda”.... you will wonder why in the heck this isn’t front page news now with Texas.

Conclusively, Biden, on his first day in office, opened up the American electrical grid to China.

His very first day in office. 3 weeks later, 5 million are without power and struggling to keep their families warm, and many livestock are unable to survive the emergent conditions caused by my power and limited water.”

https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/2021/01/20/executive-order-protecting-public-health-and-environment-and-restoring-science-to-tackle-climate-crisis/?fbclid=IwAR3BVXXG2RvP8LAeWRexJix310R7SEKYZrKsg39Q8pnQWBU2JaIyXDtqrH0

There has been power outages everywhere actually-even in Canada-and this was passed on from friends to friends.

Keep your eyes open people!

Friday, 19 February 2021