Oregon Senators Asked For C-19 Statistical Manipulation Investigation!

Oregon State Senators Kim Thatcher and Dennis Linthicum called for a grand jury investigation into the measurement of coronavirus statistics by the CDC and FDA.
Thatcher and Linthicum submitted the petition on August 16, 2021, and collected 1,718 Oregonians and 53,032 Americans’ signatures.
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Both senators shared their concerns over the measurement and reporting of C-19 vaccine adverse reactions, among which are fatalities and injuries.
A whistleblower, under sworn testimony, stated that the information shared under the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System is underreported by a factor of five.
Analyzing the C-19 diagnosis through PCR tests, the senators stated that the CDC and FDA’s setting of one test parameter, the cycle threshold, generated “false positives resulting in inflated numbers of COVID cases, hospitalizations, and deaths.”

Dr. Michael Mina spoke to The New York Times last year in August and clarified that the tests with too high of a threshold could detect not only live viruses but genetic fragments, too. Mina advised setting the cut-off at 30 cycles or less.
Thatcher was concerned about the cycle threshold of 28 when testing vaccinated individuals. In the petition, we can see that a low cut-off can “eliminate false-positive results and thereby reduce the number of vaccine ‘breakthrough’ cases.”
Both of the senators, Thatcher and Linthicum, shared they consulted large doctor groups, epidemiologists, and virologists on the subject of C-19 statistical reporting.
“Additionally, we are profoundly concerned that the scientific literature continues to provide empirical evidence that safe and effective treatments and management strategies for COVID infections exist but are not being made available to Americans most in need,” the letter stated.
SHF, a non-profit organization that helped the petition, stated that the petition was submitted one month before public release to ‘protect those involved.’
SHF stated that one study from March alleged that the CDC over-emphasized C-19 as the cause of death in compiling its statistics while “circumvent[ing] multiple federal laws” in the process.

The Independent Baselessly Insinuates Changes to Nike’s Israel Operations Boycott-related

Some anti-Israel advocates have been quick to attribute the recent announcement that Nike will cease various operations in the Jewish state beginning May of next year to the Oregon-based corporation’s support for the boycott, divestment, sanctions (BDS) movement. In a letter circulated last week, the sportswear giant announced to Israeli retailers that “the continuation of […]

The Great Barrington Declaration One Year On

From October 2-4, 2020, the American Institute for Economic Research hosted a small conference for scientists to discuss the harms of the Covid-19 lockdowns, and maybe hint at a path back to normal life. Organized by Martin Kulldorff, Sunetra Gupta, and Jay Bhattacharya, the conference made a scientific case for shifting away from the heavy-handed lockdowns […]
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Oregon Governor’s new mask mandate applies to outdoor venues and the vaccinated

Aug 27, 2021 By Jenny Goldsberry Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced a state-wide mask mandate Tuesday. Now, Brown expects all Oregonians, vaccinated or otherwise, to wear masks indoors and outdoors. The mandate will go into effect Friday. “Today we have 1,000 COVID-19 patients in our hospitals,” Brown tweeted along the announcement. “I’m continuing to take … Read more

How the U.S. unleashed Agent Orange in its own backyard

Published on July 26, 2021Written by The Daily Mail

When Carol Van Strum moved to Five Rivers, Oregon, in 1974, she thought she had found the perfect rural idyll. Surrounded by National Forest, her four young children could grow up close to nature. They loved fishing and playing by the river, fascinated by the little ‘dipper’ birds that sat on the rocks.

‘They knew everything that lived down there,’ she recalls. ‘There were beavers and otters in the river, and all the fish and herons and ospreys. So they just were part of that.’
Then one day the children fell sick, choking and gasping.
Down at the river, Carol found a scene of devastation — dead ducklings, crayfish and trout.
The cause seemed fairly obvious: a U.S. Forestry Service helicopter had been flying overhead the day before, spraying something over the land.
Nobody knew what it was but, ‘a lot of people assumed, “Well it’s the government doing it, it must be OK,” ’ says Carol. ‘We called the fire service and they said: “Oh no, it’s perfectly safe.” ’ But it wasn’t.
The chopper was spraying a herbicide known as 2,4,5-T — the highly toxic main ingredient of Agent Orange, the notorious chemical defoliant used to blanket swathes of South-East Asia during the Vietnam War.

The U.S. military had stopped using it in 1971 because of growing public health concerns — but here it was being used in the U.S.
Agent Orange was the most devastating and enduring blight inflicted on Vietnam during the conflict, believed to have caused death or serious injury to up to a million victims. Its most toxic element, a dioxin known as TCDD, would soon wreak havoc in sleepy Oregon.
The herbicide drifted on to the Van Strums’ land with disastrous effect. The family dog died and so did the garden.
And it wasn’t just the Van Strums who suffered. The miscarriage rate among local women shot up within a month: one would-be mother eventually had 14 miscarriages.
Hunters began to find deformed fish, water fowl and deer. Fawns were born with no eyes, goslings hatched with their feet facing backwards or with only one wing, frogs had six legs.
And, appalling as that sounds, there was a devastating human parallel — successive generations of Vietnamese children were being born with equally horrifying deformities, earning Agent Orange notoriety as the most destructive chemical used in the history of warfare.
The battle waged by Carol and another courageous woman campaigner, French-Vietnamese activist Tran To Nga, against the ‘herbicide from Hell’ and the industrial giants and governments responsible for its manufacture is revealed in a new American documentary, The People Vs. Agent Orange.
America’s mixed feelings about the Vietnam War might help to explain why Oregon’s Agent Orange scandal was never made into a thriller. It is certainly worthy of it, with menacing men in dark suits, phone-tapping, stolen evidence and signs of a monstrous cover-up.

Some believe a tragic fire that destroyed the Van Strums’ home in 1977 and killed all four of their children was an arson attack linked to the spraying protest. Carol, who almost committed suicide that night, still cannot talk about it on camera.
The Agent Orange nightmare began in South Vietnam in the early 1960s, where the U.S. military (copying Britain’s example in the earlier Malayan Emergency) started using the herbicide to destroy the enemy’s crops and remove jungle foliage that the North Vietnamese soldiers used as cover.
The agent, which could reduce huge trees to leafless skeletons, was 50 per cent composed of 2,4,5-T. This in turn contained the devastating dioxin TCDD.
Dioxins persist for a very long time in animals and have been described as ‘wreaking havoc’ on the human genome. They can cause chromosomal mutations leading to deformed babies, lethal cancers and other crippling ailments as traces of poison pass through generations.
A dioxin molecule has a half-life of two billion years, making it about as lethal as the plutonium in nuclear bombs. Environmental protection agencies consider dioxins one of the planet’s most hazardous pollutants.
Some 18 million gallons of the herbicide were sprayed on Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia in America’s Operation Ranch Hand, from 1962 to 1971. It was used heavily around U.S. camps and bases to remove foliage where enemy snipers could hide.
The U.S. companies that made it — principally Dow Chemical and Monsanto — have argued that there is insufficient evidence to prove Agent Orange was responsible for what has been alleged. (Although in 1984, seven chemical companies paid out $180 million — £131 million — to help persuade U.S. veterans to drop claims against them.)
The companies have also claimed they can’t be held responsible for the uses to which Washington put their product.
Their critics — including Dr James Clary, a retired U.S. Air Force scientist who was involved in Operation Ranch Hand — insist that both the U.S. and the chemical companies always knew Agent Orange was ‘extremely harmful’ to people but refused to dilute the dioxin content (the cheaply produced military version had more concentrated dioxin than the expensive civilian one).
The U.S. military stopped dropping Agent Orange on South-East Asia in 1971, under pressure from scientists who disputed the claim that it only damaged plants.
But vast reserves of it, in barrels identified by orange bands around them, remained.

Its use on U.S. forests and land considered ‘remote from sustained human contact’ continued to be allowed.
In the heavily forested hills and mountains of west Oregon, an array of toxic herbicides arrived with perfect bad timing.
The local logging industry used a controversial process called ‘clear-cutting’, in which tracts of forest were cleared of trees so new timber could be grown.
Much of the land wasn’t replanted, and instead turned into vast areas of brushwood. In the early 1970s, a new U.S. law banned clear-cutting unless the land was replanted within three years.
Suddenly, logging companies needed to clear areas of brush very quickly. The chemicals used in Agent Orange must have seemed the perfect solution — until they were washed into the water supply.
Local people soon realised there was something terribly wrong.
A doctor recalls seeing a rise in birth defects, including ultra-rare conditions, such as babies born with parts of their brain and skull missing.
Led by Carol Van Strum and her late husband Steve, locals set up Citizens Against Toxic Sprays (CATS) and took legal action.
The chemical and logging companies hit back with studies concluding that the chemicals were harmless, dismissing their opponents as tree-hugging zealots. A senior Dow company scientist claimed 2,4,5-T was ‘about as toxic as aspirin’.
Outside the courtroom, their tactics got much dirtier, say the protesters. A health study that an activist had meticulously compiled mysteriously went missing after her home was burgled. When protesters went to deliver evidence to officials in a nearby city, they were ‘followed by a shiny sedan with guys in suits’.
Two men in suits also visited Dr Renee Stringham, who had sounded the alarm about birth defects, saying they wanted to talk about the herbicides: ‘They didn’t really say where they were from. When they said: “Do you know at all times where your children are?”, I realised I didn’t. I said it was time to end the interview, as it was clearly a threat against me and my children.’
A van with tinted windows turned up outside the Van Strums’ house, the men inside it sidling up to the children to ask about the ‘deformed critters’ they kept in the freezer. As the van left, the back door flew open, revealing a bank of video cameras inside.
‘The phone company’s employees told us our phones were being tapped,’ says Carol. Her husband was followed as he drove along deserted country roads.
They never worked out whether it was the government, the loggers or the chemicals companies.
When they won a temporary injunction stopping the spraying of 2,4,5-T, the amateur activists were flooded with appeals for help from people across the U.S. reporting similar issues.
A study in Idaho, for instance, showed that the sperm of men working with herbicides became deformed after the spraying season.
Protesters in other parts of the U.S. even shot at spraying helicopters. The new documentary has footage, secretly shot by one of the pilots as recently as 2015, in which he finishes his shift red-faced and coughing up blood.
On December 31, 1977, Carol arrived home to find her house in flames. Her four children, aged five to 13, perished inside.
Police said the fire was ‘accidental in nature with the actual cause unknown’ but Carol, now 79, insists that firefighters told her it was arson.
‘It’s hard to talk about it. I just can’t, really,’ she says. But she makes clear that she believes her opponents in the spraying row were responsible.
‘They had done absolutely the worst thing anybody could do to me,’ she tells the programme. As her children had also campaigned against spraying, she reasoned, ‘the only thing to do was to keep going for their sake’.
The U.S. government severely restricted the use of 2,4,5-T in 1979, after the Oregon protest, and a few years later firms stopped selling it.
While helicopters no longer clatter overhead spraying 2,4,5-T, they still use the other herbicide in Agent Orange, a chemical called 2,4-D. It doesn’t contain dioxin but its safety is fiercely debated.
U.S. politicians and judges have dragged their feet over making reparations to Vietnam, apparently afraid of opening the floodgates.
Tran To Nga, the documentary’s other warrior mother, would love to change that. Working as a journalist aligned with anti-U.S. forces during the Vietnam War, she remembers Agent Orange as a ‘sticky powder’ that ‘drenched’ her body and made her cough uncontrollably.
She and her friends consumed water and food contaminated by it for months, and its terrible legacy revealed itself when she had her first child, a daughter, in 1968.
Everyone marvelled at the baby’s beauty until, after a few days, her skin ‘started to come off in pieces’.
She developed breathing and heart problems, then died.
Tran’s other two children survived but, like their own children, have suffered from incurable diseases such as blood and pancreatic disorders.
Tran blamed herself for 40 years until she found out Agent Orange had been responsible and that she still has dioxin in her body.
Now 79, she has diabetes, cancer and a rare insulin allergy, all probably caused by the defoliant.
She may not live to fulfil her pledge to appeal against a French court ruling in May that rejected her lawsuit against 14 chemical companies.
Meanwhile, dioxin from Agent Orange is contaminating the environment at scores of sites around the world, from the Netherlands to Japan, where the herbicides were produced, tested, shipped and eventually dumped.
In Britain, campaigners say biodiversity is being damaged by herbicides and insecticides used by farmers. In countries such as Brazil, Argentina and the U.S., there are far less rigorous controls on chemicals.
Agent Orange, according to Tran, is the mother of them all, though. ‘If we allow it to be forgotten, the tragedy of pesticides will continue,’ she says.
And whether we mean Vietnam or Oregon, no one has been made properly accountable.
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Are The COVID19 Magnetic Jabs Claims Real?

Published on June 5, 2021Written by John O’Sullivan

Fears that COVID19 vaccines are likely super-magnetic are borne out by a 2014 peer-reviewed PubMed paper which affirms unequivocally that nanometer-sized magnetite particles ARE added to vaccine solutions to boost DNA jab effectiveness. BBC beclowns itself denying all such ‘magnetic’ jabs claims.

The paper, which was first published in 2014 in the National Library of Medicine is titled ‘Superparamagnetic nanoparticle delivery of DNA vaccine.’ [1]
The ‘Abstract’ from the above paper tells readers:

“The efficiency of delivery of DNA vaccines is often relatively low compared to protein vaccines. The use of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) to deliver genes via magnetofection shows promise in improving the efficiency of gene delivery both in vitro and in vivo. “
Dozens of videos have appeared on social media claiming to show that there is a super-magnetized protein included in the experimental COVID19 ‘vaccines’ that astonishingly causes magnets, cell phones and other metallic objects sticking to people’s arms. See below:

Other peer reviewed published papers in respected journals that likewise validate the claims that this isn’t conspiracy theory but cold, hard scientific fact include
Fake news peddlers such as the BBC were quick to shoot down alternative media claims that many people who have had the unproven, toxic COVID potions were suddenly experiencing magnetisation of their arms where the jabs went in.
The BBC’s propaganda machine attempted to quell questions among the sheeple with this little ‘fact check’ fakery on May 22, 2021:

The lying BBC claims that:

Some people say there must be something magnetic in the vaccines and others have gone further to say it’s proof of a microchip – a theory which just isn’t true. BBC Reality Check’s Jack Goodman debunks the so-called #magnetchallenge.

However, the science tells a different story!

The above study from Science Direct [2] tells us:
“Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) have drawn attention because of their excellent superparamagnetic properties such as controllable size, large surface area-to-volume ratio, and nontoxicity. Surface functionalization of SPIONs with therapeutic molecules, including antimicrobial agents, has been successfully used in nanomedicine. Through application of an external magnetic field, antimicrobial-loaded SPIONs can be guided to the desired infection site allowing a direct and specific therapeutic effect with minimum side effects. The great advantage of SPIONs is their magnetic properties that allow direct delivery of matter into the pathogen zone without influencing the whole organism, which incites an increasing interest in the development of antimicrobial SPIONs.”

The BBC’s biased and dishonest video (watch here) makes no mention whatsoever of this proven technology. Why is that?

The following peer-reviewed studies show that BBC fact checkers are no such thing but merely servants of their eugenicist billionaire masters. We are under a sustained psyops attack by Big Media that wants to dupe us all into accepting the evil COVID jab.
To further emphasis the point, below is a selection of verifiable published science studies affirming that current medical technology provides the means such that COVID19 ‘vaccines’ may well contain super-magnetic proteins (SPIONs):

Superparamagnetic nanoparticles for effective delivery of malaria DNA vaccine.
Al-Deen FN, Ho J, Selomulya C, Ma C, Coppel R.Langmuir. 2011 Apr 5;27(7):3703-12. doi: 10.1021/la104479c. Epub 2011 Mar 1.PMID: 21361304

Polyethyleneimine-associated polycaprolactone-Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles as a gene delivery vector.
Kim MC, Lin MM, Sohn Y, Kim JJ, Kang BS, Kim DK.J Biomed Mater Res B Appl Biomater. 2017 Jan;105(1):145-154. doi: 10.1002/jbm.b.33519. Epub 2015 Oct 6.PMID: 26443109

Magnetofection: a reproducible method for gene delivery to melanoma cells.
Prosen L, Prijic S, Music B, Lavrencak J, Cemazar M, Sersa G.Biomed Res Int. 2013;2013:209452. doi: 10.1155/2013/209452. Epub 2013 Jun 3.PMID: 23862136 Free PMC article.

Recent advances in superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) for in vitro and in vivo cancer nanotheranostics.
Kandasamy G, Maity D.Int J Pharm. 2015 Dec 30;496(2):191-218. doi: 10.1016/j.ijpharm.2015.10.058. Epub 2015 Oct 28.PMID: 26520409 Review.

Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles: magnetic nanoplatforms as drug carriers.
Wahajuddin, Arora S.Int J Nanomedicine. 2012;7:3445-71. doi: 10.2147/IJN.S30320. Epub 2012 Jul 6.PMID: 22848170

All you need do is conduct your own internet search for ‘Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticle‘  and/or SPIONs and you will see countless examples that are apparently invisible/unavailable to those hard-working, diligent BBC ‘fact checkers’ striving so hard to get the planet ‘vaccinated’ against a non-existent deadly virus.
So, if unpaid citizen journalists can readily verify the truthfulness of these new claims, why is that highly-paid professional journalists cannot discern the same facts?
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[1] ‘Superparamagnetic nanoparticle delivery of DNA vaccine’ DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4939-0410-5_12
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About John O’Sullivan John is CEO and co-founder (with Dr Tim Ball) of Principia Scientific International (PSI).  John is a seasoned science writer and legal analyst who assisted Dr Ball in defeating world leading climate expert, Michael ‘hockey stick’ Mann in the ‘science trial of the century‘. O’Sullivan is credited as the visionary who formed the original ‘Slayers’ group of scientists in 2010 who then collaborated in creating the world’s first full-volume debunk of the greenhouse gas theory plus their new follow-up book.
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Joy Ann Reid says ‘Antifa are just anti-fascists’ amidst criminal charges in Portland

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MIT Researchers Infiltrate Anti-Maskers And Are Stunned To Discover They Do SCIENCE

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