While walking on the Stone Arch Bridge on a spring day in 2020, Mayor Jacob Frey jogged by, sweating and breathing moderately. His airflow to his lungs appeared to be fine as there was no mask to obstruct his breathing. That evening, on TV, however, he was bizarrely, to my eyes, wearing a facial covering over his nose and mouth. Those were the early days. The virus narrative, seemingly coordinated on a worldwide scale between the WHO, CDC, NIH, and government leaders, was only just beginning to pick up steam. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests had not yet forced the release of Fauci’s embarrasing emails, vaccine production timelines were not yet in the daily news, and mandates, let alone passport requirements, were still on the horizon.
A few months earlier, in January, I’d come down with something—maybe picked up from my brother while celebrating Christmas 2019 who had days prior been in close contact with colleagues who’d themselves been in Wuhan not long before. I was sick about a week.
But in January the media wasn’t yet talking about SARS CoV-2. There was no testing. No daily case updates. So, did I have the flu? Walking pneumonia? Or was it perhaps “engineered spike proteins hitch-hiking a ride on a SARSr-CoV quasispecies swarm”? (Quotation from Unclassified Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency report published by Project Veritas on January 10, 2022.)
17 years prior, I’d lived in Asia during the SARS CoV-1 outbreak. Days after I participated in an athletic tournament in Taiwan, the first case emerged there on March 14, 2003. I remember people showing concern when a passenger toward the rear of the aircraft coughed most of the flight home to Indonesia. Only 15 years of age at the time, I too recall being a little worried. The mortality rate of infections was about 10 percent but thankfully it was not very contagious. The mortality rate was much lower for SARS CoV-2, but the fear was much greater. That previous experience in Asia perhaps led me to pay close attention when anyone was presumably speaking authoritatively about SARS CoV-2 and made me dig a little deeper to attempt to learn more about it.
Of course, what has been called SARS CoV-2 for these past two years should perhaps more accurately be referred to as SARSr CoV-WIH (as described by Joseph Murphy)—after all, it is now well established that it was being worked on at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
New Report Published: Gain-of-Function Research Conducted in Wuhan was First Declined by DARPA
On January 10th, 2022, Project Veritas released several documents, including this report, which apparently goes a long way to fully confirming those allegations. In 2018 DARPA declined to take on Project Defuse brought to their organization by Peter Daszak but the Fauci-led NIAID accepted and funded the EcoHealth Alliance’s work in the United States and in Wuhan even though DARPA felt, according to Murphy, that “the spike proteins being inserted into the variants were deemed too dangerous (gain-of-function).”
Lest you think this is a one-off in terms of project funding, take note that this is not the only NIH-funded research in Asia. On August 28, 2020, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) revised an award—grant number 1U01AI151797-01 REVISED—to ECOHEALTH ALLIANCE, INC. in support of the project titled: Understanding Risk of Zoonotic Virus Emergence in EID Hotspots of Southeast Asia, for which Peter Daszak, PHD is the Principal Investigator, with a budget of more than $7.5 million spanning 5 years.
From the Zoonotic Virus Emergence Project Narrative:
“This proposed EID Research Center (EID-SEARCH) brings leaders in emerging disease research from the US, Thailand, Singapore and the 3 major Malaysian administrative regions together to build an early warning system to safeguard against pandemic disease threats. This team will identify novel viruses from Southeast Asian wildlife, characterize their capacity to infect and cause illness in people...”
Who knows what they may have already discovered?
Mayors Make a Bold Move
Meanwhile, despite the inventor of mRNA suggesting that the Omicron variant is more likely to infect the vaccinated, and despite the fact that very few regular people are asking for a vaccine passport, and despite the fact that many multiple-vaccinated people are getting infected—including the Minnesota Secretary of State on January 12, 2022—the mayors of both Minneapolis and St. Paul today held a press conference laying out their new city-wide mandates. Did Mayors Frey and Carter already read the new data? Why do all roads lead to the vaccine? When did one-size-fits-all medicine become the acceptable norm?
Mayor Frey said the data are “exceedingly clear that more is needed to keep our cities safe,” but conveniently does not give reference to which data he is referring to. Presumably this is caused by the new variant, but data is far from clear on that as unvaccinated and vaccinated alike are falling ill.
Since the latest variant in particular doesn’t seem to discriminate between vaccinated and unvaccinated, but so far seems relatively mild in terms of mortality, one place to look for critical information is in the ICU bed data for the state’s hospital system. Contrary to the apparent surge in cases, recently, there is actually a decreasing trend in COVID-related ICU beds. As of January 6, 2022, there is a 31 percent decrease from the recent high of 369 in mid-December to 253 as of January 11, 2022. Meanwhile, it is disturbing that as of January 11, 2022, there are 54 hospitals with zero beds. Maybe those hospitals which reduced staff should not have done so quite so swiftly so that the number of staffed beds available would not be decreased artificially.
Here too is the most recent weekly report (January 6, 2022) on Covid-19 from the Minnesota Department of Health. On page 17 and page 18 the report shows decreasing deaths by week on a 7-day average and decreasing ICU hospitalizations by week on a 7-day average.
A Distraction from the Real Story
All this is a distraction from the real breaking news, which is that the fear-based coronavirus narrative is collapsing before the elites’ very eyes. It’s no longer (if it ever was) based on peer-reviewed science—it must be noted that science is a powerful tool when exercised appropriately. Tony Fauci, who was lifted up by the media so regularly, to my knowledge, has not treated a single coronavirus patient. Meanwhile, curatives like ivermectin which saw Dr. Joseph Varon’s protocol on thousands of patients at United Memorial Medical Center achieved much lower death rates than the national average, although in hundreds of interviews his successful use of ivermectin was left out until reporter Ivory Hecker blew the whistle on her news organization because she felt the viewers had the right to know. This data, of course, was suppressed by social media conglomerates in bed with our own goverment (see The Long Fuse: Misinformation and the 2020 Election).
The latest data suggests we no longer have pandemic levels of mortality. And yet the fear-based marketing continues. If there’s no pandemic, there’s no need for lockdowns and certainly no need for patrons of cafés and bowling alleys to display a QR code upon entering.
(It should also be noted that reports are coming through the grapevine potentially related to the vaccines themselves: see remarks by the Indianapolis-based insurance company OneAmerica suggesting 40 percent mortality increases in the 18-64 age bracket now versus pre-pandemic. This trend should be studied rigorously as scientists like Ryan Cole, who runs the largest diagnostics lab in the state of Idaho, has conjectured that the shots could be contributing to T-4 suppressor cell depletion which would decrease the efficacy of a person’s immune system.)
A Temporary Policy
This is a great opportunity for the majority of citizens in the respective cities, including owners of the various establishments being asked to make this request of their customers and patrons, to stand together and simply say, No. There is the practical matter that many of these businesses will lose traffic—my observation is that many of their customers tend to be less concerned about the coronavirus at this point. My bet is that those who were more concerned about the coronavirus and have taken one or more shots dine less often, on average. The result will therefore be less traffic, lower profitability, and if nothing is done, the closing of their doors.
Of course, there is a way out of this problem.
ABC News reported in July 2021 that Moscow had lifted its COVID-19 passport requirement for restaurants: “The softening of restrictions in the Russian capital reflects their devastating impact on restaurant owners, who pleaded with city officials for weeks to rescind them.”
Take note: When the restaurant owners kept up the pressure, the Mayor of Moscow canceled the passport.
In Minneapolis and St. Paul, this will take everyone working together, regardless of status. Work in groups to talk to your favorite restaurants. Ask for the manager, then the owner. Show them the data. Show them this article if you’d like. Why? Because it’s in the best interest of everyone to keep good restaurants in the Twin Cities open.
Even better, this is a chance for people to acknowledge that there are bonds between neighbors and friends and the owners of restaurants that are deeper than status. What matters in a dining experience is whether you enjoy the food, drink, decor, and conversation with family, friends, and strangers that become friends. Yes, this should be done safely—if someone is sick, it is a common courtesy not to unnecessarily put others at risk. But perhaps hundreds of millions of people in this country alone are arguably already immunized against the early SARSr CoV-WIH variants—whether naturally or by vaccination—while, again, the latest media frenzy around Omicron has not produced a surge in serious or fatal cases.
If they mean what they say, then it could come to pass that Mayor Frey and Mayor Carter will attempt to enforce their mandates, and that non-complying businesses could be pressured with fines. As a practical matter, if one business is made a scapegoat, it should be financially supported by its patrons through crowdfunding to lessen the impact and strengthen the resolve of other non-complying business owners.
Meanwhile, the others cannot back down. Not this time. Envision the world where we don’t have passports to discriminate against our neighbors and the obstacles in reaching that future, in making it our shared reality, will not seem so daunting. Take courage and solace that many people are working very hard to uphold the rule of law and our constitution. Join with them, and if there isn’t a leader in your area, become one.
Let’s make the following statement by Mayor Frey come true: “The policy is temporary and will go into effect in one week on Wednesday, January 19.”
It will be temporary if the people know the law, stand together, and encourage Mayor Frey and Mayor Carter to remove the orders.
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