Pooled Sample Testing and Screening Testing for COVID-19 …
… The FDA is aware that there is a great interest in performing testing using pooled samples. Pooling samples involves mixing several samples together in a “batch” or pooled sample, then testing the pooled sample with a diagnostic test. This approach increases the number of individuals that can be tested using the same amount of resources. For example, four samples may be tested together, using only the resources needed for a single test. However, because samples are diluted, which could result in less viral genetic material available to detect, there is a greater likelihood of false negative results, particularly if not properly validated. …
One wise doctor’s statement sounds a little like a Dr.Seuss poem:
The Medico-legal Justifications for Refusing Experimental Vaccines that Have Not yet Been Tested for Long-term Safety OR Effectiveness. Especially with Vaccines that Haven’t yet been Tested on Lab Animals!!
I do not know what is in your vaccine.
I do not believe your vaccine is safe.
I know that many vaccines have been found to contain toxic adjuvants and toxic foreign materials.
I know that toxic contamination is present in vaccines which are easily preventable with current technology. This suggests intentional contamination of vaccines with toxic agents.
I know that many vaccines are not effective and actually cause the ailment they are purported to mitigate.
I know that adjuvants are put into vaccines to “shock” the immune system into extreme response, and that causes biological “crisis”, stress and damage to the immune system, the blood and the whole body.
I know that vaccine death and injury statistics and information are suppressed by media which receives billions of dollars in pharma advertising annually.
I know that vaccine death and injury statistics and information are suppressed by government in which pharmaceutical regulatory agencies are largely run and controlled by pharma industry executives, loyalists and lobbyists.
I know that vaccines kill hundreds of thousands of people.
I am aware of reports that vaccine experiments have caused tens of thousands of cases of sterilization, polio, autism and other diseases and injuries globally.
I know that vaccines are so hazardous that the vaccine industry lobbied for and received legal immunity from the harm vaccines are causing.
I know that taxpayers have paid billions of dollars to families whose members were injured or killed by vaccines.
I do not trust the vaccine industry, government agencies or international agencies which seem to be acting on behalf of vaccine sales and promotion and suppressing information of vaccine hazards.
I know that most vaccines have not been tested or proven safe.
I know that under current law all physicians and healthcare workers must have my consent to administer medicine to me. My consent is hereby denied and refused.
I know that if someone is not a doctor, such as an elected official or bureaucrat, they may not administer medicine at all, much less “mandate” medical treatments for the general population.
I know it is possible to mitigate and control all contagious diseases with safer and more effective means than vaccination.
Anyone who claims privilege to inject materials in my body without my consent is my enemy and is criminal – and prosecutable.
I will treat anyone who threatens to violate my body as a criminal assailant.
No, you may not vaccinate me or my children. If you try, I will exercise my right to self-defense against you and your accomplices to any extent I deem necessary to protect ourselves.
Forced vaccination is not authorized or permitted under Founding Law. If there is a code or statutory “mandate” for forced medication, it is unconstitutional, unlawful and unenforceable.
You may not attempt or threaten non-consensual vaccination, and if you do, you will be dealt with in a manner to restore rule of law, justice and to protect our right to personal physical security.
Your ignorance of vaccine hazards and medical rights and your inability to understand the facts above do not give you any immunity or any license to commit the crime of forced non-consensual medication.
Can you name every ingredient of your vaccine? Presumably not.
Can you predict the physical effects of each of those ingredients? No.
Can you predict the consequences of combining those ingredients? No.
Have you offered to personally take full responsibility to pay for any harm your vaccine causes? No.
Therefore, you do not have the slightest authority or privilege to forcibly administer vaccines.
Should nations let their enemies purchase land within their own borders? You’d likely give a resounding ‘no’ to this question, correct?
And yet, a former Chinese general with alleged ties to Chinese concentration camps recently bought an airstrip in Texas. And this isn’t just some random ranch in the middle of nowhere. It is 200 square miles (130,000 acres) of land between one of the most active Air Force bases in the U.S. and the border of Mexico.
As the world is being fear-mongered about “variants,” this is happening right under American noses.
Who is Sun Guangxin?
Sun Guangxin is a former General of the People’s Liberation Army in China. He owns two-thirds of real estate where the Uyghur concentration camps are located in the capital of Xinjiang.
The terrors that take place within the LAOGAI system can be seen and read about on the LAOGAI Research website. The pictures and nightmarish stories within will show you the brutal truth about socialism/communism.
Why Did Guangxin Purchase Land in the U.S.?
The former Chinese General purchased the land to allegedly build wind farms. The name of the property purchased by the Chinese firm is called the Morning Star Ranch.
Sun Guangxin, who has close ties to the Chinese Communist Party, purchased the land allegedly to build wind farms, Kyle Bass, founder, and principal of Hayman Capital Management and a founding member of the Committee on the Present Danger: China, told Epoch T.V. in a recent interview.
The wind farm project, known as the Blue Hills Wind development, is being managed by G.H. America Energy, the U.S. subsidiary of Sun Guangxin’s Guanghua Energy Company. [source]
Should We Be Concerned About the Morning Star Ranch?
Well. Perhaps, yes.
“You’ve got a former People’s Liberation Army general billionaire who has bought over 130,000 acres of Texan land, including a giant wind farm in an area where there isn’t particularly a lot of wind but happens to be right beside a very sensitive U.S. military installation,” Bass said.[source]
And the Morning Star Ranch has its own airfield. We’re not talking about just some cruddy dirt airstrip for a Cessna, either. We’re talking about a well-maintained, paved runway that’s somewhere in the ballpark of 4000-5000 feet. Current reports indicate that the former General may have expanded to 10,000 feet. The airfield is listed as permanently closed by the FAA (its call sign is TA81), yet it appears to be well-maintained.
Who Wants a (Reportedly) 10,000-Foot Long Airway in the Middle of Nowhere, Texas?
Or, perhaps a better question: WHY would anyone want an airway of this size in the middle of Nowhere, Texas?
Technocracy’s so-called “Science of Social Engineering” isn’t going according to plan as massive protests around the world disrupt the expected orderly response. As a result, Technocrats are applying physical pressure to crush resistance, such as water cannons, rubber bullets, tear gas and financial fines. ⁃ TN Editor
Hundreds of fines have been issued and dozens charged in Sydney after anti-lockdown protesters marched and clashed with police in what one deputy commissioner called “violent, filthy, risky behaviour”.
The Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, said on Sunday the previous day’s protests – in which thousands breached the region’s coronavirus measures to protest – were “selfish and self-defeating”, adding: “It achieves no purpose. It won’t end the lockdown sooner.”
The New South Wales premier, Gladys Berejiklian, said she was “utterly disgusted” by the scenes, saying: “It just broke my heart that people had such a disregard for their fellow citizens.”
Detectives are now combing social media and footage from CCTV and police-worn body cameras to identify and punish everyone who defied stay-at-home orders, which are now entering their fifth week.
Police said on Sunday they had issued 510 fines in the past 24 hours, with the “vast majority” coming from Saturday’s protest. At least 57 people have been charged over the unrest, including two for allegedly striking a police horse.
The state’s police minister, David Elliott, was scathing of Saturday’s disturbances, saying: “Sydney isn’t immune from morons.”
Victorian officials criticised similar protests in the state capital, Melbourne. The state’s Covid-19 testing commander, Jeroen Weimar, described those who took to the stresses as a “small minority having a self-indulgent tantrum”, with the Victorian premier, Daniel Andrews, warning that you “cannot vaccinate against selfishness”.
The Sydney region is struggling to contain an outbreak of the Delta variant that started in Bondi last month, amid a sluggish vaccination rollout and persistent violation of stay-at-home orders among family groups. A Guardian Australia analysis has found it could take months to recede.
Around half of Australia’s 25 million people are in lockdown across several cities and states, with anger growing at the federal government for a vaccine programme that has fully inoculated less than 13% of the population since it began in February.
New South Wales reported another 141 cases on Sunday, and two deaths, including a woman in her 30s who had no pre-existing conditions. “If anybody think this is a disease just affecting older people, please think again,” said Berejiklian.
The scenes in Sydney and Melbourne – as well Adelaide and Brisbane – were also reflected across Europe as people railed against Covid-19 measures and government restrictions aimed at improving uptake of vaccines.
In France, police deployed teargas and water cannon against some protesters, after an estimated 160,000 took to the streets in nationwide protests against President Emmanuel Macron’s health pass, which will drastically curtail access to restaurants and public spaces for unvaccinated people.
The demonstrators chanted “freedom, freedom” and carried placards denouncing “Macron, tyrant”, “Big Pharma shackles freedom” or saying “No to the pass of shame”.
Similar protests, attracting just over 110,000 people at 130 sites, took place across the country last weekend.
There’s quite a variety of opinions about FG in the west and since I have no personal knowledge of it I try to read between the lines and apply what I do know of human nature and recent history. Many western websites call the movement a “cult” with little evidence. My guess is that this is a reflection of the influence of the moneychangers on the organs of “public opinion”, because FG and the human compassion it preaches is definitely a threat to elite rule in any country.
The CCP itself is largely a creation of the western robber baron dynasties through their network of secret societies and overarching luciferian philosophy. China had its own organized crime groups of course, but without access to the rockefeller network they had no funding to mass organize and impose an iron fist on the entire country. Luciferianism (and its public face, communism) is a natural fit for organized crime in any culture.
Anyway, my initial takeaway from skimming the net is that the FG experience in china presages what is in store for Christians in north america when our “liberal” establishment finalizes our “marriage of the beast” (i.e. the importation of their chinese utopia back to the west). Open barbarism isn’t yet happening here because the population hasn’t yet been traumatized by the american version of mao’s “cultural revolution”, although the decimation of the economy under the covid hoax will go a long way toward that objective. Once a culture normalizes and monetizes mass barbarism, there is no turning back. See ancient rome.
This is why this site has long emphasized the importance of ending the luciferian influences in american medicine and its destructive impact on the human family. The natural family is the last outpost of resistance to the satanic agenda, and the loss of the natural birthing, nursing and ecstatic sexual imprint in this culture has done much to pave the way for the overlord’s planned nightmare.
Falun Gong was introduced to the public by Mr. Li Hongzhi in 1992 and became popular in China throughout the 1990s. By 1999, 70-100 million people had taken up the practice.
The core principles of Falun Gong, truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance, are rooted in traditional Chinese culture and resonated deeply with Chinese people across the country. Furthermore, news articles about practitioners’ kind and even heroic acts began popping up around the country.
So why, on July 20, 1999, did the regime begin to violently target Falun Gong?
There are three main reasons: The size of its following made communist leaders fearful of losing control of the people’s hearts and minds. Its guiding principles appeared incompatible with communist, atheist ideology, which the Party had forcibly imposed on the Chinese people during the Cultural Revolution. In addition, certain communist officials saw Falun Gong as an easy target and used its vilification as a tool for their own political advancement.
(1) WIDESPREAD POPULARITY
Falun Gong became immensely popular in the 1990s.
A 1998 study conducted by China’s State Sports Commission estimates that over 70 million persons were practicing Falun Gong in China at that time. China’s own state-run T.V. aired a news program around the same time, in which the anchor tells the audience “over 100 million people are practicing Falun Gong.” That would mean, in a country of 1.3 billion (at that time), 1 and of every 13 people in the country were practicing Falun Gong.
Some CCP leaders viewed such large numbers as a threat, especially since these figures exceeded the 60 million members of the CCP.
(2) IDEOLOGY, OUTSIDE COMMUNIST CONTROL
Communism is an authoritarian ideology, an “all or nothing” proposition. Its goal is to control all aspects of public and private life, including religion and spirituality. In China, churches, temples, and even health practices are allowed to operate only under the control of the CCP, but Falun Gong operates independently of communist thought and control. Some CCP leaders could not tolerate such independence.
The vast difference between Falun Gong’s tenets and the CCP’s ideology, which is officially atheist and Marxist, was another factor some in the upper echelons of the CCP could not tolerate. Falun Gong conveys belief in the existence of Buddhas, Daos, and gods and the conviction that anyone can reach a divine realm through self-refinement. Thus, some Party leaders saw Falun Gong as being in conflict with Party ideology. They also feared that Falun Gong’s strong moral code undermined the Party’s violent, Leninist tactics for controlling society.
(3) ONE MAN’S POLITICAL MOTIVATIONS
Then-CCP leader Jiang Zemin personally launched, planned, and executed control over the campaign to eliminate Falun Gong, even though members of the politburo advised him not to do so.
According to the Washington Post, “The crackdown [against Falun Gong] was undertaken to demonstrate and solidify the power of the Chinese leadership … Communist Party sources said that the standing committee of the Politburo did not unanimously endorse the crackdown and that President Jiang Zemin alone decided that Falun Gong must be eliminated.”
Citing a Party official, the same story noted that, “This obviously is very personal for Jiang.”
By all accounts, Jiang was incensed by Falun Gong’s immense popularity and saw it as undercutting his own legacy. He expected to eradicate the practice within three months after the start of his campaign.
However, Jiang also saw an opportunity to boost his authority, China experts say.
By painting Falun Gong as an enemy of the state, Jiang hoped to mobilize the country into a struggle, with himself at the helm, and thereby consolidate power. In a July 2000 article, then-CNN senior China analyst Willy Lam wrote that Jiang “seems to be using the mass movement to promote allegiance to himself.”