By Jeff Childers
Good morning, C&C, it’s Tuesday — and January is just about wrapped! What a month. Today’s roundup includes: a disturbing new study links jabs with Turbo Mad Cow disease; an essay on the “study shell game” so-called experts use to dismiss our research; a SADS mad cow death close to home; another top scientist calls for an immediate stop to the shots; Brits protest the Beeb; and Kim Dotcom is now completely red-pilled, or maybe whatever comes after that.
🗞*WORLD NEWS AND COMMENTARY* 🗞
🔬 A new study published last week in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research, titled “Emergence of a New Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease: 26 Cases of the Human Version of Mad-Cow Disease, Days After a COVID-19 Injection.”
That’s pretty bad, but the worst part is, the poor victims didn’t even get to enjoy an undercooked hamburger! They just got a two painful shots in the arm that put them in bed for a few days. And now, THIS. The icing on the Fauci cake.
Mad Cow Disease, also referred to by its discoverers’ names, Creutzfeldt and Jakob, is called a ‘prion’ disease. If you thought viruses were bad, then you must have never seen a prion leaping at you while slowly driving around to the “public” dumpster behind the closed McDonalds in the middle of the night, looking to find a new home for that extra bag of trash that couldn’t even conceivably been crammed down into your government-issued collector, not after your six-year-old had already sat on top of the lid to squish the other bags down.
Anyway, your blood would have turned to ice, your hair would have instantly turned completely white, and your jab card would have flashed before your eyes, if had you suddenly noticed a prion while you were quietly stargazing in that empty parking lot, waiting for that perfect moment when traffic died down to “accidentally” heave your personal trash into the bin.
What? It’s a big corporation. They can afford it.
Getting back to the pointy end of the needle, Prions are a rare type of bad protein whose DNA is “folded” wrong. The shape of DNA is almost as important as its genetic encoding, and if a protein gets misfolded, bad stuff can happen. It’d be similar to mutating your DNA.
Even worse, the prions can somehow transmit their own misfolded shapes to other healthy proteins nearby who were just minding their own business. The prion bumps into the healthy protein, says “excuse me” and wanders off, and before you know it not only is the healthy protein patting its pockets and wondering where it left its wallet but then it finds itself refolding into an extremely uncomfortable pretzel-like figure.
Mad Cow disease happens when a person gets prions up in their brain, which I hardly need to point out is exactly where most people DON’T want prions to be. Because when someone’s brain cell proteins start misfolding, bad things can happen. Bad things like they slowly get more and more psychotic and then die painfully.
The study researchers, which posthumously included famous virologist Luc Montagnier, cited three previous studies from 2020 and 2021 finding a link between the mRNA jabs and prion diseases like Mad Cow. They explained that the spike itself has prions which are reproduced in the jabs — all confirmed in research done by others:
[I]t had been demonstrated clinically that the prion region of the SARS-CoV-2 injectables can produce prion behavior in their spike proteins… It has been suggested that there is a [misfolded] prion region in all spike proteins produced by the SARS-CoV-2 virus… [MIT researchers in 2021] identified a “GxxxG signature motif” within the coding sequence for the mRNA portion of the injections that they say increases the risk that misfolding will occur…[similar to] the bovine prion linked to Mad Cow Disease [which] also has a spectacular sequence of ten GxxxGs in a row.
Even though this prion region is found in the covid virus, the researchers noted that the remarkable prion region is found in the original Wuhan strain but not the Omicron lineage. The Wuhan spike, including the prion region, is the spike the jabs make.
This new study relied on all the prior research and analyzed a recent breakout of prion disease in France, where all the cases sprang up right after jabbing. Here’s how the researchers described the problem set:
Only 28 cases of Creuzfeldt-Jacob Disease were diagnosed in France between 1992 and 2019… Here we expand on that record with all of the [recent] 26 cases that we began to analyze a few weeks before an additional 50 cases of rapidly developing Creutzfeldt-Jacob Disease appeared in France very soon after the injection of a first or second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna injectables… [For various reasons] it is highly probable that the real number of cases of the new form of Creutzfeldt-Jacob Disease is greater than any European agency (or any other authority) has reported…
Bearing in mind from the outset that it usually takes decades for prion disease to manifest itself, the question we address here is: why and how can this same fatal disease quickly manifest itself following these injections?
(Italics in the original.)
It’s not JUST Mad Cow. It’s a new TYPE of Mad Cow disease. The researchers call it the “spontaneous emergence of a new, rapidly developing form of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease.” I call it Turbo Mad Cow.
Mortality is near 100%. All but one patient had given up the ghost by the time the study published this month:
The authors lovingly acknowledged Dr. Luc Montagnier’s work on this same subject prior to his death, and concluded with this sobering assessment:
The clinical facts reported in this article confirm an unnatural, injection related, new form of Creutzfeldt- Jacob Disease. The stereotypic post-vaccine symptoms appear almost immediately, or very soon after a jab, usually the second one, suggesting that the first injection is a potentiating event, all of which are followed by lightening-fast development of the disease progressing to its final conclusion in death.
But don’t worry — public health experts will tell us why this study isn’t worth bothering with. Let’s talk about that phenomenon — what I call the study shell game.
🐚 Academics have been playing the study shell game for a long, long time, and so during the pandemic they lorded their finely-honed gaming skills over we lay people, starting the instant after we crossed the forbidden line of medical tape and began reading medical studies for ourselves. The game looks something like this: Let’s say we insist that cloth face masks don’t stop covid.
First, the experts would pretend not to notice us nearly-invisible lay people at all, and try to cross to the other side of the street without seeming too obvious about it. Once we blocked their path and forced an answer, they’d suddenly thunder, “You have no evidence!” Bright-eyed and optimistic, thinking aha, now we have those insects right where we want them, we would reply, “But here’s a study!” For a brief, tiny moment the experts would peer down their noses, scrutinizing the grubby fistful of papers we shoved at them, carefully avoiding touching any of it, then they’d shout, “not peer reviewed!”
And we’d slink away, dejected, guessing that we needed a better study for next time.
It’s all a game. Lawyers play the same game, except with case law instead of medical studies. We play the game by telling the judge why he should ignore the other lawyer’s case law. “Your honor, counsel’s case is completely irrelevant. In his case, it was a TRACTOR. Our case involves a BACKHOE. Totally different, your honor. Backhoes go backwards, tractors go forwards. A child could see it.”
Lawyers have tons of tools to disqualify the other lawyer’s case law, even without having to provide any better case law ourselves, like: his case isn’t binding, or it’s been overruled or replaced by more recent cases, or it’s just a trial court opinion, or the holding was dicta, or the case’s facts aren’t similar enough, or it’s from the wrong jurisdiction, or it’s too old (I’ve heard that argued about cases from 2008), or it’s too new (and so the appeal isn’t final). And so on, and so on, and so on.
Most lawyers disdain lay people trying to interpret cases for themselves. Lay people — non-lawyers — don’t know the rules, and no matter how smart they are, they usually walk right into the propeller blades when they try to argue cases with a lawyer who’s done it hundreds of times.
Med/sci academics play the same game with their studies. Even without having to produce a better study, they can disqualify your study: it’s not peer-reviewed, the sample size was too small, the journal isn’t well-respected, the authors had conflicts, the authors are “antivaxxers” or “mask deniers,” it wasn’t double-blinded, it wasn’t randomized, it wasn’t controlled, it’s just one case, it goes against consensus opinion, the data is cherry-picked, the data is suspect, the limitations are too limiting, and so on.
But Jeff, the academics will snort. Those are all REAL objections!
No, they’re not. What rubbish. Stop spouting nonsense. I’ll give you two reasons that definitively prove none of those objections are valid reasons to dismiss a study.
First, the academics completely ignore all those same objections when it comes to their own preferred studies. Like back when we objected, “but your study showing masks work only includes data from three counties in Kansas during the lull between two covid waves.”
Were the academics fair? Did they sheepishly admit we were right, and the sample size was too small, the study period too short? Did they concede their study wasn’t peer-reviewed, which it wasn’t? Did they concede it wasn’t randomized and there was no control group?
Nope. The so-called “experts” pushed that stupid Kansas study as long and hard as they could. They’re probably still using it.
It’s just like with lawyers and case law. Lawyers don’t pick apart their own cases. Lawyers only do that to their opponents. In fact, rather than owning up to them, lawyers zealously DEFEND the weaknesses in their own cases.
So HYPOCRISY is the first reason that the instant objections aren’t real. The second reason is that NO study is perfect. Excluding fake and dishonest studies, all earnest studies add SOMETHING to the knowledge base. The real question for any study is what does this study add to what we already know?
Not, “how fast can we bury this inconvenient drivel?”
In other words, it’s dishonest to exclude an honest study from consideration. All studies are evidence; some are more evidence, or better evidence, than others. When there are conflicting studies, you have to weigh and evaluate them, and try to figure out why they disagree.
Take our Mad Cow study, for example. The researchers’ data is available. They cited their sources, including the award-winning virologist who discovered HIV. Anyone can take that same data, apply the same (or different) sources, and then propose different conclusions. Or offer a competing study for comparison.
But instead we’ll just get witty one-liners and the study shell game.
The study shell game is just a technique to avoid the argument, because if they get into arguing the merits, they could lose. It’s better for them to altogether avoid arguing.
💉 Coincidentally, back in March, 2021, Reuters reported that Jose Baselga, 61, AstraZeneca’s head of cancer research and development, died of “Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, a rare brain condition.” It must have been sudden because he was still working.
March 2021. What was happening in that month during the pandemic… Oh!
I’m not saying it was the jabs. I’m just saying.
💉 And now we have another one, another qualified scientist emerging from under the cancellation clouds to call for an immediate halt to all mRNA jabs. This time, it’s MIT’s Dr. Retsef Levi, a specialist in operations research, which concerns safety and quality in the manufacture of biologic drugs as well as health policy. In other words, he’s a legitimate expert, right in the sweet spot to be opining on whether the jabs should be halted.
Dr. Levi begins his main statement like this:
I’m filming this video to share my strong conviction that at this point in time all covid mRNA vaccination programs should stop immediately. They should stop because they completely failed to fulfill any of their advertised promise regarding efficacy. And more importantly, they should stop because of the mounting and undisputable evidence that they caused unprecedented level of harm, including the death of young people and children.
Here’s Dr. Levi’s complete statement:
Dr Retsef Levi, MIT specialist in operations research (“analytical methods to improve decision-making”) makes a pretty compelling argument that the mRNA vaccines are causing a spike in heart-related deaths & should be suspended forthwith.
The question is, how many qualified scientists have to call for a pause or stop to the jabs before the government agencies will even admit there are concerns, much less stop anything?
🔥 Late last week, a gigantic British crowd protested the British Broadcasting Network, which is like our PBS except a thousand times worse. The crowd chanted “shame on you!” and “take down the BBC!”
British Public chanting “SHAME ON YOU” to the BBC at a demonstration outside BBC Broadcasting House in London. Hated in their own country & spreading *FAKE PROPAGANDA* in other countries, especially India. https://t.co/iPtl3HTMGR
Those people aren’t mad about how the BBC reported the World Cup. You know what they’re mad about.
Keep it up, BBC. Keep it up. You’re doing great.
🔥 Kim Dotcom has swung all the way over and is now calling the Wuhan “lab leak” a deliberate act of bioterrorism.
It’s undeniable that Covid-19 was created in the Wuhan lab with US Govt funding and that the cleavage site in the spike protein was inserted in the lab to achieve maximum transmissibility in humans. Let’s say it how it is. This isn’t a lab leak. Covid-19 was released on purpose.6:20 AM ∙ Jan 31, 202317,960Likes4,767Retweets
Kim seems to think the so-called “lab leak” is really an act of war dressed up in a cheap, strap on, kids’ Halloween costume that resembles a cute, childish replica of a lab leak.
What do YOU think? It it WERE an act of war, might that be the reason why the DOD was involved in the covid response from day one? Is that why they used military-grade psyops on Americans? Is that why the international response was so remarkably homogenous? Is that why the jab testing and approval process was only a punchline?
I want to do the right thing. I hope if the IRS ever does audit me, it audits me as hard as the FDA audited Pfizer. See how easy that is? And I wasn’t even trying.
Have a terrific Tuesday! I’ll see you guys back here tomorrow for more.
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