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Bill Gates watch

I first expressed concerns about Bill Gates’s approach in 2013. Next earlier this year. I’m getting increasingly concerned about Bill Gates. This video is an indication of a fundamental moral problem with Bill Gates: Here’s a link to the Indian parliamentary report cited in this video: Link 1 | Link 2   (ALLEGED IRREGULARITIES IN THE […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs, Bill Gates, Bad Ideas

Italy’s covid experience was not particularly different to its previous “bad flu” years

Italy’s performance has been a big mystery – and I’ve not had time to study it. This is a placeholder post on this topic. Italy has been a mystery but Wolfgang Wodarg has provided some helpful clues (this is from May 2020). I'm also compiling a blog post on Italy's covid experience – do send […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs, Italy, Wolfgang Wodarg

Thanksgiving 2020

As years go, 2020 is not one that generates a lot of gratitude in my mind. Global pandemic, racial struggles, millions without jobs, local merchants closing up, a surreal election here in the US, and that is just what comes to mind in the time it takes me to write this. And yet, I am hopeful and thankful as I sit here thinking about this Thanksgiving that is upon us. I see the light at the end of the tunnel with the pandemic some time next year, I see new leadership in the US that is long on ...
Tags: US, Trends, Current Affairs

Except for Sweden, total mortality data CAN’T be used to estimate the magnitude of the pandemic

Someone asked me to do a similar analysis to my Sweden analysis, for the UK. It is crucial to recognise that we can’t do similar analysis for ANY other country. Any such analysis will be far more complicated. The following extract from my email response to this person outlines the reasons why we can’t simply […]
Tags: Travel, UK, Sweden, Current Affairs

Exposure Notification Express

I have New York State’s exposure alerting app on my phone and check it every day. It gives me great statistics about what is going on in my location. You can download it here for iOS and Android. It will also notify me if anyone who is using the app and has been with me gets Covid. I have not gotten any alerts in the month or two since I have had it on my phone. That’s great news and I have been healthy and that is good too. But there is an issue with the uptake of this app in NYS. ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Trends, USV, Current Affairs, New York State, GAEN, Exposure Notification Express

The capture of government by the science establishment

This is an extract from the current draft of the book I’m writing on pandemics. In this book I will not be discussing or debating the merits of lockdowns. I have discussed that issue at length in my complaint to the International Criminal Court. In that complaint I showed that there is no basis for […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs

New book project: A Pandemic of Pandemic Hysterias

This is a placeholder post – I’ve started this publicly today (22 November 2020) but expect this project to take many months to finish. In the meantime, I’ll be uploading a current version ever few hours or days and you can come by to fetch the latest version. I would like to invite people to […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs

New book project: Why Pandemic Hysterias Are Getting Worse

This is a placeholder post – I’ve started this publicly today (22 November 2020) but expect this project to take many months to finish. In the meantime, I’ll be uploading a current version ever few hours or days and you can come by to fetch the latest version. I would like to invite people to […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs

Analysis of the covid vaccine

I’ve not had time to study this fully – given the constantly changing information – but have provided initial views both in the book, Great Hysteria and the ICC complaint. In the supplementary complaint to the ICC I might provide more info. Here are some notes: 170 infections, 162 placebo, 8 vaccine.10 severe covid cases, […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs, Icc

COVID deaths figures are so compromised they can no longer be used

I’ve written in some detail in my ICC complaint about the problems with COVID death counts. I also wrote earlier blog posts on this topic: The BIGGEST SCANDAL: Flu deaths being counted as covid deaths COVID-19 deaths are counted DIFFERENTLY to deaths from other causes: THIS IS A SERIOUS MISDEMENOUR. Dr Mark Hobart – who’s […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs, COVID, Mark Hobart

Stories by Indians of their plight – separated from their family for nine months by Scott Morrison

This is a follow-up of my previous post. And remember – all this is for a PANDEMIC THAT DOES NOT EXIST. And in breach of all the laws of Australia (see my ICC complaint against Scott Morrison) Further, a comment on Facebook:   Surely this is a breach of Article 9 of the International Rights of […]
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Australia, Current Affairs, Bad Ideas, Scott Morrison

Indian students who’ve paid millions in Australia are being tortured en-masse by keeping families and children separated

SEE ALSO: Stories by Indians of their plight – separated from their family for nine months by Scott Morrison This is a second email I received (the first was in July 2020 but since I was in a government job I could not raise the matter publicly at that stage) – I’m noting it for […]
Tags: Travel, Australia, Current Affairs, Scott Morrison

Let me declare LOUDLY AND CLEARLY – there has been NO PANDEMIC this year

I’ll continue studying the madness we are seeing around us (and also learn something useful on the way, re: PCR tests and all that), but this matter – which I’ve elaborated in my ICC complaint, needs to put down as a clear marker: that THERE IS NO PANDEMIC. Regardless of whether PCR tests are good […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs, Icc

PCR testing – how many cycles are used in Australia?

We know that anything over 25 cycles is a pile of crap. It doesn’t have any diagnostic validity whatsoever (even assuming that PCR test are not measuring something other than SARS-Cov2). This is an extract from the 28 September 2020 report in the journal: Clinical Infectious Diseases published by the Infectious Diseases Society of America. […]
Tags: Travel, Australia, Current Affairs, Infectious Diseases Society of America

COVID-19 deaths are counted DIFFERENTLY to deaths from other causes: THIS IS A SERIOUS MISDEMENOUR.

Even while writing the ICC complaint I wasn’t aware of this fact – that on 24 March 2020 CDC changed the method for counting deaths ONLY from covid. All other deaths are counted using the old (2003) method. THIS PANDEMIC IS TURNING OUT BE A SINISTER AND CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE. SMELL SOMETHING FISHY? CDC has CHANGED […]
Tags: Travel, Cdc, Current Affairs, Bad Ideas, Icc

Some Thoughts On The Pandemic

When I go back and read my Jan 1st post on what would happen in the 2020s, I am reminded how hard it is to predict the future. The Covid Pandemic changed everything in 2020 and likely for years to come. And yet it was not one of my predictions, even though Covid was already spreading in China at the time I wrote it. We are nine months into the pandemic in the US and there is light at the end of the tunnel. We have two vaccines that have reported fantastic results and will soon be approved for...
Tags: Asia, China, US, Trends, Current Affairs, Life Lessons, Fda, Albert Wenger, COVID

Canadian doctor Roger Hodkinson’s testimony against covid mass hysteria to a professional committee

Someone’s shared this. It appears to be from this doctor. If true (it sounds true) – this is making note of:  
Tags: Travel, Science, Current Affairs, Roger Hodkinson

Almost Heaven

A decision issued yesterday by the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals absolves a defendant of claims of deceptive practices brought by the state Attorney General The Attorney General of West Virginia (the Attorney General) sued the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston... [Author: Legal Profession Prof]
Tags: Law, West Virginia, Current Affairs, West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, Legal Profession Prof, Diocese of Wheeling Charleston

A Portuguese court’s ruling against improper use of PCR tests

This extract is important. I’ll link it back to my main placeholder post on the tests (this one). ==SOURCE: LOCKDOWN SCEPTICS== In a recent decision, dated November 11, 2020, a Portuguese appeal court ruled against the Azores Regional Health Authority concerning a lower court decision to declare unlawful the quarantining of four persons. Of these, […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs, Bad Ideas, Azores Regional Health Authority

Constantly Wrong: Filmmaker Kirby Ferguson Makes the Case Against Conspiracy Theories Discordian writer and prankster Robert Anton Wilson celebrated conspiracy theories as decentralized power incarnate. “Conspiracy is just another name for coalition,” he has a character say in The Historical Illuminatus Chronicles. According to Wilson, any sufficiently imaginative group of people can make a fiction real. Another statement of his sounds more ominous, read in the light of how we usually think about conspiracy theory: “Reality is w...
Tags: Google, Politics, College, Iran, History, Current Affairs, Paul Mccartney, Stanley Kubrick, Ferguson, Jfk, Wilson, Facebook Twitter, Roswell, Josh Jones, Contra, Robert Anton Wilson

Watch Sassy Justice, the New Deepfake Satire Show Created by the Makers of South Park If any cultural, political, or technological phenomenon of the past couple of decades hasn’t been lampooned by South Park, it probably didn’t happen. But the 21st century has brought forth so much nonsense that even Trey Parker and Matt Stone, creators of that at once crude and multidimensionally satirical cartoon show, have had to expand into feature films and even onto Broadway to ridicule it all. The latest project takes the humbler but unde...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Comedy, Technology, South Park, Youtube, College, White House, Current Affairs, Broadway, Michael Caine, Donald Trump, Seoul, Peter Serafinowicz, Matt Stone, Trey Parker

MeWe is as bad as Facebook with censorship. Shutting down my MeWe account.

I’m shutting down my MeWe account This user was suspended for 72 hours for saying "Democrats vote on November 4th" in a group were politics talks are forbidden. Being muted/blocked by the group owner is ok -BUT-the 72 hours jail time is by design – which means that there is a real censorship at system […]
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Current Affairs

[UNDER REVIEW] MeWe is as bad as Facebook with censorship. Shutting down my MeWe account.

FURTHER ANALYSIS – THERE MIGHT BE SOME ERROR OF ANALYSIS HERE. SO WILL PURSUE FURTHER Sharing this – will study more closely when time permits. It is important to be sure of MeWe before I sign up again. — Sanjeev Sabhlok, Pope @Church of Reason & Liberty (@sabhlok) November 17, 2020     CLARIFICATION […]
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Current Affairs, Sanjeev Sabhlok Pope

Voters of Clarinda might benefit from knowing this about their MP, Meng Heang Tak

This is just ridiculous. First this: Here's a Victorian MP (Meng Heang Tak, Clarinda)who thinks that sharing information that is crucial to Victorian pandemic policies is a form of spam. I though MPs are supposed to be interested in public policy? (I've de-identified his electorate officer who sent this to me.) — Sanjeev Sabhlok, […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs, Clarinda, Sanjeev Sabhlok, Meng Heang Tak, Meng Heang Tak Clarinda

Design shortcomings for Parler to improve. We are abandoning Facebook but Parler needs to get its act together.

I’m noting these – so Parler can improve. It needs to get its act together quickly because I can guarantee the world is going to abandon Facebook and LinkedIn and other such Big Brother platforms soon, and we need a well-managed alternative. Not enough words can be put into a post – the word limit […]
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Current Affairs, Parler

My complaint to the International Criminal Court against the policies of Daniel Andrews and Scott Morrison

Have lodged a few minutes ago. Sharing: DOWNLOAD:  WORD | PDF  
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs, International criminal court, Scott Morrison, Daniel Andrews

This Veteran's Day, Broader Your Diversity and Inclusion Strategy

According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office, as of June 2019, 200,000 service members transition from military to civilian life annually. In the last several years, the federal government has taken many steps to support them — including the Joining Forces Initiative in 2011, which called for companies to hire and train 1.5 million military veterans and their spouses, and the the Forever GI Bill passed in 2017, which ensures that student veterans can take advantage of the educational b...
Tags: Navy, Iraq, Careers, Management, Communication, Afghanistan, Current Affairs, Bill, Best Practices, Gallup, Micron Technology, U S Government Accountability Office, DeVry University, Thiel, U S Bureau of Labor Statistics, Military Times

The Covid Rotation

Yesterday morning we got the news that Pfizer’s mRNA Covid vaccine developed in partnership with BioNTech saw 90% efficacy in phase three clinical trials. While this is terrific news, Wall Street saw it as bad news for companies that are doing well during this pandemic (Zoom, Peloton, e-commerce, etc). This is a chart of Jim Cramer’s Covid 100 index: Wall Street believes the end of the Covid pandemic is in sight and is rotating out of this group. I see that as terrific news, even tho...
Tags: Trends, USV, Current Affairs, Stocks, Pfizer, Jim Cramer, Peloton, Albert Wenger

Presidents Elected in Years Ending in 0

Ever hear of the Curse of Tippecanoe?  The name Curse of Tippecanoe (also known as Tecumseh's Curse, the Presidential Curse, Zero-Year Curse, the Twenty-Year Curse, or the Twenty-Year Presidential Jinx) is used to describe the death of Presidents of the United States in office while elected or re-elected in a year ending in "0". Read more on this here:American Indian Myths & Mysteries It is a strange coincidence that even Snopes will not dispute but every twenty years when Jupiter and Saturn...
Tags: United States, Ronald Reagan, Current Affairs, Jupiter, Libra, Astrology, Bush, Tecumseh, Tippecanoe, Virgo Garfield, Capricorn Reagan

Private sector (IGA/ Bunnings) is making up rules EVEN HARSHER than the DHHS’s ridiculous mask rules

An extract. I believe these rules are in breach of the law. But when there is total anarchy in Victoria I don’t think anything can be done about it but to boycott IGA. ====IGA=== I went to the cashier in IGA and a young cashier asked if I had a mask. I confirmed I have […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs, Victoria, DHHS, Iga, IGA Bunnings