Monday, January 17, 2022

Boosters Could Weaken the Immune System

by Martin Armstrong, Armstrong Economics:

Regulators at the European Union are warning that COVID-19 booster shots could compromise the immune system. The European Medicines Agency (EMA) stated that taking a booster shot every four months, as some have recommended, could weaken the immune system over time and adversely affect the body’s ability to ward off sickness.

GDP Forecasts Stumble Then Take a Dive After Retail Sales Data

by Mish Shedlock, Mish Talk:

Strong GDP but stumbling forecasts for the 4th quarter are overstated. Let’s discuss why.

After topping at 9.7% in early December, the Atlanta Fed GDPNow forecast forecast for the 4h Quarter of 2021 drifted lower then too a dive on the latest retail sales estimates.

Pfizer/FDA Corruption, Lethal Batches, and Autopsies Reveal Covid-19 Jab Genocide

by Corey Lynn, Corey’s Digs:

Not only were Pfizer’s trials a fraud, but the FDA knowingly approved it, putting millions of people at high risk. This report will show how autopsies reveal that the Covid-19 jabs are in fact killing otherwise healthy people, how there were intentional lethal batches released, and provide an incredible tool showing Pfizer trial fraud and the FDA’s negligence, so that people are armed with some of the most critical data to date in order to fight against this tyranny.

Facebook punishes Ron Paul with 90-day ban

by Christina Maas, Reclaim The Net:

For “misinformation.”

Facebook has banned former congressman Dr. Ron Paul for 90 days.

Facebook alleges that the Liberty Report host has shared “false information.”

Paul took to Twitter to announce the censorship, saying, “Facebook has restricted my Ron Paul Page for ‘sharing false information.’”

Rio De Janeiro to Invest 1% of Its Treasury in Cryptocurrency

by Sergio Goschenko, Bitcoin:

Rio de Janeiro, one of the largest cities in Brazil, will invest part of its Treasury in cryptocurrencies. The announcement was made by the mayor of Rio, Eduardo Paes, during Rio Innovation Week. The plan is to turn the city into a cryptocurrency-friendly hub, and there are other tax incentives that will also be put in place to achieve this objective, according to reports.

Fed Chair Faces the Ultimate Lose-Lose Decision

from Birch Gold Group:

The U.S. economy teeters between two catastrophes: wild and untamed hyperinflation that turns cash into wallpaper, or an epic crash that would make 2008 look like a day at the beach. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has led the U.S. government’s monetary policy to this point.

Now he’s attempting a nearly impossible feat…

He will need to thread the needle between the two economic disasters, between the frying pan and the fire, to return the U.S. economy to any form of sustainable prosperity.

Is Federalism Dead?

by Karl Denninger, Market Ticker:

One wonders.

Here and there a bit of it peeks out, yet for the most part it appears to be missing, a relic of a bygone era.

A relic that prevented all manner of mischief while it was strong, and indeed is one of the first and best checks against both tyranny and stupidity, the latter being distinguishable from the former in many cases only on the basis of intent.

Harken back to the national 55mph speed limit, a policy that had no means of actual enforcement as the federal government had no power to set speed limits on highways.  The States did, but not the federal government.

Teachers Across France Stage Mass Walkout Over Govt’s Ever-Changing COVID-19 Rules

by Katabella Roberts, Activist Post:

Teachers across France staged a mass walkout this week in protest over the government’s ever-changing COVID-19 rules for those working in the education sector which they say fail to protect both staff and students.

The French Ministry of Education estimated that around 31 percent of all school teachers across the country took part in the strike on Thursday, 38 percent of whom worked in primary schools and nearly 24 percent in secondary schools.

COVID Shots Could Cause ‘Crippling’ Neurodegenerative Disease in Young People, MIT Scientist Warns

from Childrens Health Defense:

Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., senior research scientist at MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, told Fox News vaccinating young people for COVID may cause serious neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.

Giving young people COVID vaccines will likely cause an “alarming increase in several major neurodegenerative diseases,” Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D. told Fox News today.

It’s “outrageous” to vaccinate young people for COVID because they have a “very low risk” of dying from the virus, said Seneff, senior research scientist at MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

PRESIDENT OF GHANA GOES ON NATIONAL TV IN GHANA TO TELL THE ENTIRE COUNTRY ABOUT THE SATANIC PLAN…

from Philosophers Stone Info Pureblood:

TRUTH LIVES on at https://sgtreport.tv/

Should You Move While You Can, Or When You Must?

by Charles Hugh Smith, Of Two Minds:

This gives an extreme advantage to those few who move first, long before they must. The financial advantage for first movers is equally extreme.

Moving is a difficult decision, so we hesitate. But when the window to do so closes, it’s too late. We always think we have all the time in the world to ponder, calculate and explore, and then things change and the options we once had are gone for good.

Moving to a new locale is difficult for those of us who are well-established in the place we call home. Add in a house we love, jobs/work, kids in school, a parent living with us and all the emotional attachments to friends, extended family, colleagues and favorite haunts, and for many (and likely most) people, moving is out of the question.