Some recent highlights from my IG
I still really like short form messaging on Instagram. My shadowban appears to be temporarily lifted and these are some of my posts that took off this week.
This post set a new personal best with 7,227 likes. It was not about cars.
If my car stopped working every six months and I had to go out and buy a new one each time, I’d say that it was a failed product.
Quote from the 5th Circuit Court decision slamming the Biden Administration for using OSHA to implement a genocide:
"The public interest is also served by maintaining our constitutional structure and maintaining the liberty of individuals to make intensely personal decisions according to their own convictions — even, or perhaps particularly, when those decisions frustrate government officials.”
— Judge Kurt D. Engelhardt, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
"We cannot find better leaders to wield these monstrous powers with greater sagacity. No such leaders exist, nor can they.
These powers must be taken away and agency and liberty restored to residence with we the people where they rightfully belong."
— el gato malo on Substack
I get what they are doing to us. I just want to highlight how profoundly weird it is that they are doing this to us. Nearly all of mainstream media covering up crimes against humanity. Nearly all of the medical establishment enthusiastically blocking access to safe and effective treatments while recommending toxic junk. Social media robber barons committing racketeering every day by deleting stories of consumer product injury. People offering up their own bodies and their kids lives for a medical experiment. None of this was a forgone conclusion at the start. Yet here we are.
Quite literally everything that Fauci does makes things worse and that’s a feature, not a glitch. November 15, 2021:
Every facet of the pandemic response in the U.S. deepened and extended the misery in order to create the trillion dollar market for the v.
No early treatments at all. Blocking safe and effective treatments at every stage.
Ventilators that kill 90% of patients.
Lockdowns that spread illness in confined spaces between generations.
Closing schools which prevents children from developing herd immunity.
Injections that do not stop infection nor transmission and require "boosters".
I got 1,200 likes on a post about epistemology and that’s one of many reasons I love the medical freedom movement:
For the past 170 years, the left has argued that the working class has a unique epistemic position that is superior to the worldview of the bourgeoisie. I confirmed this in my thesis — parents of kids on the spectrum understand autism much better than bourgeois doctors who have financial conflicts of interest. With coronavirus, the left has abandoned this core principle. They now argue that monopoly capitalism & billionaire robber barons will save us. This is absurd. The left is now a bourgeois party dedicated to serving the interests of capital.
The notion that the billionaire robber barons at Pfizer & Moderna are somehow going to save us from coronavirus is the dumbest sh*t I've ever heard. Albert Bourla at Pfizer and Stéphane Bancel at Moderna have a fiduciary duty to their shareholders to keep us as sick as possible for as long as possible in order to sell us as much product as possible. If these injections actually stopped the pandemic they would be fired for hurting profits. Wake up.
I’m reading Giorgio Agamben, Where are we now? and he has a chapter on ‘science as the new religion’. The more I thought about it, the more I disagreed with the analogy.
People often say that "science is the new religion." But Fauci & Collins, the FDA & CDC, and Pfizer & Moderna do not care at all about actual science. C-19 xhots in adults were approved based on data showing that they INCREASE all-cause mortality. C-19 xhots in kids & "boosters" were approved based on no data at all. That's not science & it's not even marketing. These people are psychotic genocidal clowns who defile science in pursuit of personal wealth & power.
In the comments let me know, what are some of the best things you’ve read this week?