Doctor Fauscist

By Dr. Mark Sircus

Now we have Dr. Anthony Fauci ready to do vaccine experiments on children while ignoring the harm the vaccines are already doing to elderly populations. “Hopefully, by the time we get to the late spring, early summer, we will have children being able to be vaccinated according to the FDA’s guidance,” said Dr. Fauci. The world is suffering from a mass delusional psychosis and Fauci, in significant part, is to blame. When will he be captured? Will he ever stop lying or trying to deceive masses of people?

We have psychopaths and sociopaths dressed up as politicians, public health officials, and billionaires, with egos the size of Jupiter, running the human race as hard as possible into the ground (mass graves). […]

Why have we allowed deranged lunatics to take over the world? It is anyone’s guess, but we have, and humanity is suffering greatly for it.

Dr. Fauci is extremely dangerous, and he’s hurting/killing many people and, in the process doing his best to destroy a country of over 300 million souls. The worst part is that politicians, other health officials, and doctors, and nurses who should know better are putting up with him allowing him to do this harm. The level of medical ignorance he is teaching goes over the top of the Richter Scale, but he did have his moments of sanity when he recommended against wearing masks. Now he wants you to wear two. 

When many people believe in obviously false and potentially distressing things based purely on hearsay, these beliefs are not considered clinical delusions by the psychiatric profession but are labeled instead as mass hysteria. Today, the public has been grossly misled about a range of issues from climate change to suffocating masks and the need for lockdowns and social distancing. 

Other prominent delusions center around the safety of vaccines and the soundness of our financial system. The most basic misconception, though, is the belief that the good guys are good. And after that that we can trust what the media is saying to us.

A huge misconception is about Pfizer and other pharmaceutical companies. […] The US pharma company is reportedly asking for military bases and sovereign assets from poorer countries to guarantee vaccines. I live in Brazil, one of the countries that refused to surrender to the fascist demands from Pfizer, and it was in the local news. […]

In England, people with learning disabilities have been given do not resuscitate orders during the second wave of the pandemic, despite the widespread condemnation of the practice last year and an urgent investigation by the care watchdog. Mencap said it had received reports in January from people with learning disabilities that they had been told they would not be resuscitated if they were taken ill with Covid-19.

The COVID pandemic has brought out the worst in man in many of our leadership and prominent corporations, which takes us right back into the lap of fascism. The governor of New York is a prime example, and it seems the law is going to catch up with him. He will be lucky if he does not eventually get charged with the manslaughter of nursing home residents for all the excess deaths that occurred. […] But what has the new medical fascism done with the old and the young? The Automatic Earth says:

“For the elderly it means having to spend their last years and days in near-absolute solitude. If you would ask them, many would say: just give me the virus, as long as I can see my children and grandchildren and friends while I’m still alive. But nobody asks them. They spent their entire lives just to be silenced. In order to eradicate a virus, we eradicate the very people who built the world we inherited from them.”

“For the very young it means stunted development. There is a ton of literature about how the first 5 or 10 years shape a child for life. Well, we just took a full year and counting away from that shape. We have no way of knowing to what extent that will affect them, but it won’t be zero. People are adaptive, sure, but that can be a negative thing just as much as a positive one. Caged animals adapt too; with neurosis. Children need to interact with each other, and with adults, to find their place in the world. How are they going to find that place now? 

In Canada Peel Health has issued guidelines to parents instructing them to keep any children who have been sent home because a classmate has tested positive for COVID-19 isolated in a separate room from all other family members for 14 days. “This is cruel punishment for a child, especially for younger children, 4-10 years old, ” Dr. Susan Richardson, a microbiologist and infectious disease physician who is also a professor emerita at University of Toronto, wrote. “Shutting a child off from their parents and siblings for up to 14 days in this manner could produce significant and long-lasting emotional and psychological effects.”

The ruling class is not friendly; it does not serve the best interests of the people. The modern tools of fascism are lockdowns, masks (suffocating muzzles), and vaccines. These are backed by censorship and propaganda campaigns in the mainstream press and by the digital giants, by Google, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. What does my favorite Nazi-type person have to say about vaccines? Pandemic will not end until the world is vaccinated, Merkel says. In the Age of COVID fascism, the truth is what they say it is. 

A New York Times article quotes doctors who say the mRNA technology used in COVID vaccines may cause immune thrombocytopenia, a deadly blood disorder. The White Housewhich is not even trying to hide its fascist activities, is pleading with the most prominent digital social media companies to censor anything and everything that would reduce COVID vaccine sales.

We read from Spain: second Pfizer shots halted after 46 nursing home residents die after the first shotDentists are reporting that masks are causing extensive damage to their patient’s mouths,causing gum disease, and we read on Fox News that COVID-19 patients with gum disease are nine times more likely to die, one study says! Those with gum disease were 3.5 times more likely to be admitted to intensive care and 4.5 times more likely to need a ventilator.

What Does the Church Say About What is Happening?

In early November, an Italian archbishop and foe of Pope Francis, Carlo Maria Vigano, launched an attack against those behind pandemic lockdowns across the globe, warning President Trump in a letter of the coming “Great Reset” whose architects are “a global élite that wants to subdue all of humanity, imposing coercive measures with which to drastically limit individual freedoms and those of entire populations.” 

“The purpose of the Great Reset is the imposition of a health dictatorship aiming at the imposition of liberticidal measures, hidden behind tempting promises of ensuring a universal income and canceling individual debt,” Vigano’s letter continues.

Six weeks later, one of the most influential Catholics in the United States, Cardinal Raymond Burke, has kicked it up a notch – slamming “secular forces” who want to “make us slaves to their godless and murderous agenda” in a Saturday homily. It sounds like both men are talking about the rise of the Fourth Reich. 

Bottom Line. They are after our souls, not just our bodies.

Medical fascism is creeping up everywhere. A radical bill proposed by the French Government that would see unvaccinated people refused basic services such as public transport has been put on ice after a massive backlash. The proposed law mandates that citizens have proof of a negative COVID test or “preventative treatment, including the administration of a vaccine” in order to “access transport or to some locations, as well as certain activities.” However, the Government has been forced to delay the legislation after angry protests.

Conclusion

Robert Gore writes, “Totalitarianism has never produced anything but destruction, destitution, and death and never will, regardless of the totalitarians’ lofty rhetoric. Totalitarians are vultures, not eagles, and the current kettle of vultures intend to dine on the corpse of history’s most advanced civilization.” Who is spearheading this most recent advance are health officials and public health organizations like the WHO. And most politicians world over are in on it.

FULL ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE: https://drsircus.com/general/fascist-doctors-return-with-cruel-treatment/

Dr. Mark SircusAC., OMD, DM (P)

Professor of Natural Oncology, Da Vinci Institute of Holistic Medicine
Doctor of Oriental and Pastoral Medicine
Founder of Natural Allopathic Medicine

SCIENCE OPENS THE “GATES” TO HELL!

THE MARSHALL REPORT

Gates Lab Meat is more like food for transhumanism….next the half human half clone creature will only need to recharge their bodies with their solar eye shields. Think of the money that will be saved from that green plan. Green as in Soylent Green?

How it works

They tell you it’s microbes. What they don’t tell you is that it also takes Cell Lines that come from- form stem cells.

They want you to think in terms of microbes. Not in the terms of embryonic stem cells which – due to ethical and moral issues – are controversial when used in research. However, they do it anyway in the name of science. They have developed induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) – essentially multipotent blood and skin cells which have been reprogrammed back to a pluripotent state therefore enabling them to differentiate into a far greater range of specialized cells.

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Quote of the Day

“I think hard times are coming when we will be wanting the voices of writers who can see alternatives to how we live now and can see through our fear-stricken society and its obsessive technologies. We will need writers who can remember freedom. Poets, visionaries – the realists of a larger reality.”

URSULA K. LE GUIN
Visionnaire and writer extraordinaire: Ursula K. Le Guin

Quote Of The Day

“Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not: nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not: the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.”

CALVIN COOLIDGE

Why Are Our Intellectuals So Dumb?

A conversation between William F. Buckley Jr., Paul Hollander and Ernest van den Haag that seems more relevant today than at the time it took place, in December of 1981.

Prepare for brain stimulation!

WARNING: If you’re a millennial, the following may cause severe headaches and confusion. If you’re a liberal, your brain might combust:

The art of conversation.

Cancelling the Classics? The Woke Crowd Comes for Homer’s “Odyssey”

By Matthew Pheneger

The “woke” crowd is now intent on tossing out Homer’s “Odyssey” and challenging classical literary tradition. They want to inculcate a Jacobin uniformity of belief in the minds of future generations. How much easier will it be to recast history in the rigid terms of oppressor and oppressed, of exploiter and exploited, when no one has the intellectual wherewithal to understand history in all of its facets and contours?

The featured image is “Odysseus and Polyphemus” (1896) by Arnold Böcklin (1827–1901) and is in the public domain, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

For well over a century, Homer’s Odyssey has been a mainstay of American high school education. Indeed, although it is common to allow educators a significant degree of independence with regards to which books they choose to include in their curriculum, the Odyssey occupies an almost hallowed place in American cultural life, symbolizing as it does the value of the quest, or journey, and the realization of the goal to which it leads. As an op-ed published in the Wall Street Journal this past December makes alarmingly clear however, the burgeoning “cancel-culture” or “woke” crowd is not content to merely silence the voices of the living. Now, they have set their sights on Homer and the classical literary tradition.

The article, authored by the essayist Meghan Cox Gurdon and entitled “Even Homer Gets Mobbed,” details a recent Twitter exchange in which a high school English teacher implored her followers to “Be like Odysseus and take the long haul to liberation, and then take the Odyssey out of your curriculum because it’s trash.” In response to the latter, a second teacher, employed at a public high school in Massachusetts, declared: “Hahaha. Very proud to say we got the Odyssey removed from the curriculum this year.”

Far from an isolated incident, Ms. Gurdon is keen to point out that this exchange reflects the most recent examples of a “sustained effort” to deny young people the pleasure of engaging with the literary treasures of the past. As one critic bluntly put the matter in an edition of the School Library Journal published this past June: “Challenging old classics is the literary equivalent of replacing statues of racist figures.” In addition to Homer, Ms. Gurdon suggests that authors ranging from Shakespeare to Nathaniel Hawthorne are seemingly at risk of being consigned to the rubbish bin of history.

In place of the classics, those hankering for their disposal appear to be advocating for a more “inclusive” curriculum consisting largely of young adult fiction and socio-political tracts that expound on various hot-button political themes. While there is certainly nothing wrong with teaching such works, the Twitter conversation Ms. Gurdon describes makes it clear that simply diversifying the curriculum isn’t the motivation here. Rather, it is to reduce the “subtle complexities of literature” to the “crude clanking of ‘intersectional’ power struggles.”

Indeed, as those of us who read dystopian novels such as Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World or George Orwell’s 1984 should recognize, power is the bottom line. To those who want to dispense with it, the emphasis that the principal works of the Western Canon have historically enjoyed is not a reflection of the intrinsic worth of the texts themselves, but of who wields the most power in society. Pursuing this Machiavellian logic through to its conclusion, it follows that if those who are critical of “old classics” can successfully disparage them in the public arena, the amount of power they possess will increase relative to those who allegedly have an interest in the perpetuation of such works.

But the degree of wisdom that a society has attained is not a question of power. Rather, we ought to consider its capacity for wrestling with nuance and complexity. Tempting as it may be to view the world through the black and white lens of “us vs. them” or “good and evil,” reality invariably proves itself to be one or more shades of grey. Homer’s poetry is a testament to this enduring truth. Consider, for example, the Iliad, which recounts the story of the Trojan War. The final scene of that epic is famous, not for a hair-raising depiction of combat between the Greeks and the Trojans, or of one side triumphing over the other, but for the fleeting moment of compassion in which the Greek hero Achilles finally lets go of his overbearing wrath and turns the body of Hector over to Priam, the aged Trojan King. Thus Homer shows us that even in the midst of the most protracted and bitter conflicts, humanity’s capacity for love and mutual understanding prevails over its baser instincts, at least momentarily.

Those intent on tossing out the classics don’t want nuance however. They want to inculcate a Jacobin uniformity of belief in the minds of future generations. How much easier will it be to recast history in the rigid terms of oppressor and oppressed, of exploiter and exploited, when no one has the intellectual wherewithal to understand history in all of its facets and contours? How much easier to keep society polarized when its members lack common cultural reference points or a willingness to engage with perspectives that clash with their own?

Though all indicators suggest that the assault on the classics will only continue to gain traction as the culture war drags on, such efforts may ironically do these time-honored texts a great service. As history attests, attempting to suppress something or construe it as “forbidden fruit” more often than not only serves to make the object of derision that much more alluring to those who are kept from it. That aspect of human nature at least is not so easy to re-program. Given the overwhelmingly positive response that Ms. Gurdon’s article has received, this appears to be no less true where Homer is concerned. As a simple Google search reveals, at least ten articles have already surfaced coming to Homer’s defense against these most recent ideological attacks.

Indeed, although Homer was traditionally said to have been a blind poet, his vision was seemingly prophetic when he composed these immortal lines:

Yea, and if some god shall wreck me in the wine-dark deep,
even so I will endure…
For already have I suffered full much,
and much have I toiled in perils of waves and war.
Let this be added to the tale of those.

SOURCE: https://theimaginativeconservative.org/2021/01/cancelling-classics-woke-crowd-comes-homer-odyssey-matthew-pheneger.html