Friday, March 24, 2023

Friday [1 to 4]


4.  There is an expletive laden rejoinder to this

... but shan't bother:

3.  DAD at NOWP

Colorado Man Thrown Out Of State Senate Gallery For Wearing Pro-Life Sweatshirt.

{DAD asks, “Is being ‘pro-life’ political”? }

A very good question. 

2.  MftWC one

Secret Government Documents confirm C**ID-19 Vaccine roll-out caused Excess Deaths in Australia to increase by 5,162%

5th pilot collapse in the past 3 weeks

Young male athletes now developing “turbo” testicular cancer – are C**id “vaccines” to blame?

How Fauci Used his wife’s NIH Position To Backstop his Pandemic Health Directives

After calling for a renewed moratorium on gain-of-function research, former CDC Director warns that a “great pandemic is coming”

High cost of living due to pandemic ushers in another major health emergency

In other news..

Studies show high percentages of transgender individuals have debilitating personality disorders, autism

Ford expected to announce huge losses in EV sales … other automakers are bound to follow suit

1.  Masks (TDS)

Respondents were also asked how often they had worn a mask in the last month. The vast majority (57%) said they had not worn a mask. But 6% reported wearing a covering daily, while 7% donned a mask twice a week and one in 10 people (9%) wore one once a week. Around a tenth of people said they put on a mask once (9%) or twice (10%) per month.

As with all knowledgeable medical people about masks v Cv and 57% overall, there's clearly no defence with these rags against a virus but sometimes I have donned one for a couple of minutes for a few reasons. 

The first is to stop macro things like someone coughing over me with droplets etc., and once home, that is binned and hands washed.  I never go out with one on because I get breathing problems within two minutes, so I wait until just before close contact.

The second is identity related ... occasionally it suits me to just go with the flow for that moment. Zorro could tell you about that.

The third is the story behind "nourishing obscurity" ... to concede on minor things now and then, whilst fighting on major scores.  Such a major score I'm in right now with our beloved NHS, a minor score is some mask freak before me, i.e. someone fanatical about it.  I can't see the point fighting over every little thing ... that is exhausting and if it's for under a minute, why not?

The fourth is related to that ... respect for the religious garb of others. I have no desire to do dirt on the pointy hatted livery of High Church or even the heebeegeebees of the deathcult. I've been in both mosque and synagogue and one respects their requests, as long as those are minor.

There is a fifth point ... sheer bloodymindedness, orneryness, contrariness ... the more someone on our own side TELLS me what to do and what not to do, the more I'm going to do the opposite, unless I think I'm being manipulated for a desired end result.  That's ongoing.  

This is a pretty fundamental point ... you don't rip away someone's security blanket unless there's high personal cost. For example ... abortion as a lifestyle or constant habit, abortion 99% or 100% ... eff your "my body is my own".  Yes, it is, but the baby's is his/hers.  And that's murder, lady if it's not a last resort where you would certainly die otherwise.

1 comment:

  1. A white guy telling whites to steer clear of blacks is racist but non-whites steering clear of white areas is not?