2021 HRR Special Report – How to save the life of a family member who took vax


People on YouTube are all asking who won the debate.  It was Robert F. Kennedy Jr.  He’s a man of science and he knows what he’s talking about.  I could care less what the pedophile asshole Allen Dershowitz has to say.  He preaches the narrative of the DemoCraps continuously.  Like Bill Gates, Dershowitz is not a scientist or a medical professional, and he knows nothing about what he’s talking about.

Big Pharma isn’t protecting us from a virus.  THEY ARE EXPERIMENTING ON US!

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Water Reticulation Challenges Make Fight Against Covid19 Cumbersome

With the Covid 19 scourge knocking on our doorsteps, one major way of combating its spread is dependent upon water availability for washing hands cooking,bathing and so much more. The present state of affairs in urban areas which are potential epicenters due to polpulation dynamics and magration trends is a time bomb.

In some Western locations in Bulawayo there are classic examples of deprivation with parts of Pumula going for 2 months without running water. BCC unveiled a 72 hour water rationing schedule. To further worsen the sorrowful state of affairs most back up boreholes drilled during the Mugabe era have since broken down worsened by the ballooning populations.

Some of those wells flow raw sewerage promulgating epidemics like the 2008 and 2018 Cholera and typhoid outbreaks that claimed hundreds of lives. The Covid 19 outbreak is an opportunity for leadership to focus on water reticulation development strategies through its key arms.

Urbanites have been ruralised with them spending more time in long winding queues in search of water disrespecting social distancing strategies to combat the spread of Covid 19. This endangers the vulnerable sections of society the children and the aged. Ablution facilities have not been exempted from this with more people having to relieve themselves in bushes this in itself is a breeding ground for more disease outbreak.

The Zimbabwe Chapter of the EFF calls on development focus to fulfill the MDGs. Economic Freedom Fighters- Zimbabwe President and who is also the continental (African) Chairman of EFF, Cde Innocent Luthutsha Gagu Ndibali pellucidly pointed out that water is a very important resource that should be availed to all at times. He also bemoaned siltation in our dams emanating from excessive deforestation and illegal gold panning activities on river banks and on dam walls. This has reduced the carrying capacities of major dams and reservoirs affecting animals, livestock and people without water.

Robson Amisi Melassi

Biden poll numbers sink as admin. refuses to acknowledge crisis at border

OAN Newsroom
UPDATED 4:00 PM PT – Wednesday, April 7, 2021

A sobbing and abandoned child was one of the latest scenes to come out of the growing crisis along the southern border. On Tuesday, reports detailed the boy’s plight. They said an agent patrolling the Rio Grande border came across the 10-year-old walking along a rural road in Texas.

The Nicaraguan boy said he awoke to find the group of more than 180 people he was traveling with had left him behind. He was taken to a border patrol facility where he was fed and given medical attention. CBP called the incident “all too common” and said smugglers often abandon children in remote areas with no regard for their well-being.

This was compared to a scene just days earlier, in which smugglers could be seen dropping toddlers from a 14-foot border fence in the middle of the night. The Biden administration, however, has steadfastly refused to describe the growing number of illegal immigrants as a “crisis.” Instead, the administration has referred to the border as a “situation” or “challenge.”

This lack of clear messaging could be the very thing to sink the Biden administration when it comes to the issue of immigration. New reports cited a Hill-HarrisX poll, which showed 44 percent of registered voters said Joe Biden bears the responsibility for the migrant surge. This was in comparison to the 28 percent who put the blame on President Trump.

Despite the pressure on the Biden administration to acknowledge the problem, it has continued to address anything but.

“Right now, [Joe Biden] and his team would rather talk about anything other than the border,” Ballotpedia Editor-at-Large Scott Rasmussen said. “They’re happy to talk about the Major League Baseball All-Star Game, they’re happy to talk about COVID response, happy to talk about infrastructure spending because at least at some level they can build popular support for each of their actions on those issues.”

Authorities in Texas have called the crisis “overwhelming” by saying they’ve never seen so many migrants risking their lives to cross the Rio Grande River. Republicans have also pressed DHS officials on why illegal immigrants are being released into the U.S. without documentation or court dates.

According to recent reports, border patrol agents have begun releasing migrant families in a move to ease pressure on agents and overcrowded facilities. The practice reportedly began in late March in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley. Agents said they stopped issuing court notices in some cases because preparing documents can often take hours.

CBP hasn’t said how many illegal immigrants were released without documents, however, almost 25,000 notices were issued in January and February.

Source: OAN Newsroom

A Year of Fear

Dr Gary Sidley analyses the language of fear that has been peddled throughout the pandemic.

By Dr Gary Sidley and cross-posted from The Critic.

The British public’s widespread compliance with lockdown restrictions and the subsequent vaccine rollout has been the most remarkable aspect of the coronavirus crisis.

The removal of our basic freedoms — in the form of lockdowns, travel bans and mandatory mask wearing — have been passively accepted by the large majority of people. Furthermore, the proportion of the general public expressing a willingness to accept the Covid-19 vaccines has been greater in the UK than almost anywhere else in the world. But has the government achieved this widespread conformity through the unethical use of covert psychological strategies — “nudges” — in their messaging campaign?

A major contributor to the mass obedience of the British people is likely to have been the activities of government-employed psychologists working as part of the “Behavioural Insights Team” (BIT). The BIT was conceived in 2010 as “the world’s first government institution dedicated to the application of behavioural science to policy”. In collaboration with governments and other stakeholders, the team aspire to use behavioural insights to “improve people’s lives and communities”. Several members of BIT, together with other psychologists, currently sit on the Scientific Pandemic Insights Group on Behaviours (SPI-B), a subgroup of SAGE, which offers advice to the government about how to maximise the impact of its Covid-19 communications.

A comprehensive account of the psychological approaches deployed by BIT is provided by an Institute of Government document titled MINDSPACE: Influencing behaviour through public policy, where it is claimed that these strategies can achieve “low cost, low pain ways of ‘nudging’ citizens … into new ways of acting by going with the grain of how we think and act”. Several interventions of this type have been woven into the Covid-19 messaging campaign, including fear (inflating perceived threat levels), shame (conflating compliance with virtue) and peer pressure (portraying non-compliers as a deviant minority) – or “affect”, “ego” and “norms”, to use the language of behavioural science.

Behavioural scientists know that a frightened population is a compliant one, so this was exploited as a way of compelling us to abide by the coronavirus restrictions. The minutes of the SPI-B meeting on 22 March 2020 stated: “The perceived level of personal threat needs to be increased … using hard-hitting emotional messaging.” Aided by the mainstream media, the British public were subsequently bombarded with fear-inducing information, images and mantras: Covid-19 daily death counts reported without context; inflated predictions of future casualties; recurrent footage of dying patients in Intensive Care Units; and scary slogans like, “If you go out you can spread it”, or “People will die”, often accompanied by images of emergency personnel wearing PPE.

We all strive to maintain a positive view of ourselves. Utilising this human tendency, behavioural scientists have recommended messaging that equates virtue with adherence to the Covid-19 restrictions, so that following the rules preserves the integrity of our egos while any deviation evokes shame. Examples of these nudges in action include: slogans such as, “Stay home, Protect the NHS, Save lives” and “Protect yourselves, Protect your loved ones”; TV advertisements where an actor tells us, “I wear a face covering to protect my mates”; the pre-orchestrated Clap for Carers ritual; ministers telling students not to “kill your gran”; and close-up images of acutely unwell hospital patients with the voice-over, “Can you look them in the eyes and tell them you’re doing all you can to stop the spread of coronavirus?”

Shaming and scapegoating has emboldened some people to harass those unable or unwilling to wear a face covering

And then there’s what the psychologists euphemistically refer to as “normative pressure”: awareness of the prevalent views and behaviour of our fellow citizens — through peer pressure and scapegoating — can prise us into compliance. The simplest example is ministers repeatedly telling us that the vast majority of people are “obeying the rules”. But normative pressure is less effective in changing the behaviour of the deviant minority if there is no visible indicator of pro-social conformity rooted in communities. The mandating of masks in summer 2020 — in the absence of strong evidence that they reduce viral transmission in the community — enabled the rule breakers to be instantly distinguished from the followers. Appearing unmasked in public places now felt comparable to failing to display the icon of a dominant religion while being among devout followers; even if no explicit challenge ensues, the implicit demand to conform is palpable.

The same covert strategies are now being used to promote the uptake of the Covid-19 vaccines. The tactic of fear inflation is evident in a recent NHS England document that recommends healthcare staff “leverage anticipated regret” on the over-65s cohort by telling them they are “over three times more likely to die”. The recommended follow-up statement is, “Think about how you will feel if you do not get vaccinated and end up with Covid-19?” For young people — who are at vanishingly small risk of suffering serious illness should they contract Covid-19 — shame is the selected tool from the behavioural-science armoury; the recommendation is that they should be told “normality can only return, for you and others, with your vaccination.” As for the healthcare staff who will administer the jabs, the psychological experts suggest an ego boost from being hailed as the, “latest ‘NHS Heroes’”.

So, what’s wrong with using these covert psychological strategies to improve compliance with public health policy?

In comparison to the government’s traditional tools of persuasion (such as information provision and rational argument) these methods of influence differ in their nature and subconscious mode of action. Consequently, three sources of ethical concern emerge: problems with the methods per se; problems with the goals to which they are applied; and problems with the lack of consent.

It is questionable whether a civilised society should knowingly increase the emotional discomfort of its citizens as a means of gaining their compliance. State scientists deploying fear, shame and scapegoating to change minds is an ethically dubious practice that in some respects resembles the tactics used by totalitarian regimes such as China, where the state inflicts pain on a subset of its population in an attempt to eliminate beliefs and behaviour they perceive to be deviant.

Fear inflation has led to many people being too scared to attend hospital with non-Covid illness

Another ethical issue associated with the methods of covert nudging used in the Covid-19 communications campaign concerns the unintended consequences. Shaming and scapegoating has emboldened some people to harass those unable or unwilling to wear a face covering. More disturbingly, fear inflation has led to many people being too scared to attend hospital with non-Covid illness, while many old people, rendered housebound by fear, will have died prematurely from loneliness. Collateral damage of this sort is likely to be responsible for many of the tens of thousands of excess non-Covid deaths in private homes. In a civilised society, is it morally acceptable to use psychological strategies that are associated with this level of collateral damage?

The perceived legitimacy of using covert psychological strategies to influence people may also depend upon the behavioural goals that are being pursued. It seems likely that a higher proportion of the general public would be comfortable with the government resorting to subconscious nudges to reduce violent crime – for example, to discourage young men from stabbing each other – as compared to the purpose of imposing unprecedented and non-evidenced public-health restrictions. Would British citizens have agreed to the furtive deployment of fear, shame and peer pressure as a way of levering compliance with lockdowns and mask mandates? Maybe they should be asked before the Government considers any future imposition of these techniques.

In 2010, the authors of the MINDSPACE document — one of whom is Dr David Halpern, a member of SAGE and the SPI-B — recognised the significant ethical dilemmas arising from the use of influencing strategies that impact subconsciously on the country’s citizens and emphasised the importance of consent. Indeed, they could not be clearer: “policymakers wishing to use these tools … need the approval of the public to do so”. They go on to suggest some practical ways of acquiring this consent, including the facilitation of “deliberative forums” where a representative sample of several hundred people are brought together for a day or more to explore an issue and reach a collective decision. I am unaware of any public consultation of this type being conducted to gain the public’s permission to use covert psychological strategies.

At an individual level, obtaining a recipient’s permission prior to an intervention is a long-established principle of ethical clinical practice. Informed consent is an essential precursor to any medical procedure, including vaccination. To ensure ethical integrity, healthcare staff should be encouraging each potential recipient to, consciously and rationally, weigh up the pros and cons of accepting the Covid-19 vaccine rather than nudging them towards compliance.

An open, public-wide debate about the ethical integrity of this approach is urgently required

The covert psychological strategies incorporated into the state’s coronavirus information campaign have achieved their aims of inducing a majority of the population to obey the draconian public health restrictions and accept vaccination. The nature of the tactics deployed — with their subconscious modes of action and the emotional discomfort generated — do, however, raise some pressing concerns about the legitimacy of using these kinds of psychological techniques for this purpose. The government, and their expert advisors, are operating in morally murky waters. An open, public-wide debate about the ethical integrity of these approaches — and the extensive collateral damage associated with them — is urgently required.

Dr Gary Sidley is a retired clinical psychologist with over 30 years’ experience working for the NHS. He is a member of the Health Advisory and Recovery Team (HART).

Source: The Critic

demanding justice by threatening to burn and loot other people’s property is peak leftism aids

Black Lives Matter activist threatens ‘all hell is gonna break loose’ if ‘George Floyd’s murderer is not sentenced’

A Black Lives Matter activist with a huge social media following threatened that “all hell is gonna break loose” if former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin “is not sentenced” for the death of George Floyd, the Daily Wire reported.

Maya Echols — a model with nearly a half-million TikTok followers — made her statement in video that she apparently took down, the outlet said. But the clip has been preserved for posterity:

“If George Floyd’s murderer is not sentenced, just know that all hell is gonna break loose,” Echols said. “Don’t be surprised when buildings are on fire. Just sayin’.”

What’s the background?

Chauvin’s high-profile murder trial began last week and is expected to last a month.

He’s accused of unintentional second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and manslaughter in connection with Floyd’s death. Video of Chauvin kneeling on Floyd’s neck for several minutes during the course of his arrest went viral last May, resulting in nationwide outrage, protests, rioting, and destruction that lasted all summer.

According to the Associated Press, there is concern as to whether Chauvin can get a fair trial with pressure on jurors and “with some potentially fearing the consequences to the city and country should they reach a verdict others oppose.”

More from the AP:

A high fence installed around the courthouse for the trial is a daily reminder for jurors of security concerns. On some days, protesters gathered just beyond it, holding signs that read, “Convict Derek Chauvin” and “The World Is Watching.”

Jurors are well aware that Floyd’s death led to months of protests in Minneapolis and cities nationwide. They’re aware, too, that thieves took advantage of demonstrations to break into, ransack and sometimes burn down stores. […]

Numerous people expressed unease about serving on the panel for Chauvin’s trial during the more than two weeks of jury selection. At least one who became teary-eyed was excused, as were others who were visibly unnerved.

Others displayed no such apprehension. A Black man in his 30s who was ultimately put on the jury wrote on a questionnaire that the Chauvin trial was the biggest case of his lifetime. And he added: “I would love to be a part of it.”

‘I don’t care if the whole city burned down’

Echols certainly isn’t alone in her sentiments. Days after Floyd’s death — when nationwide riots were in full swing — Ashley Gantt, a Black Lives Matter leader in Rochester, New York, spoke in front of a crowd and the media and declared she didn’t “care if the whole city burned down.”

“If there was looting, if there was things on fire, that is not what is important. What is important is why these things happen,” Gantt said, before telling reporters that they’re responsible “to make sure that’s the story that’s heard.”

She appeared to justify violence given that civil rights laws were passed after the rioting that broke out after the death of Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968.

“I am just tired of you guys not putting the correct narrative out there,” Gantt added. “I don’t care if the whole city burned down. We need justice. And that is the story that needs to be told.”

The Daily Wire said Gantt later tried to soften her words, saying that “of course” she does not want the city set on fire, but she does want people to understand that when it comes to “sustainable change, sometimes we have to do whatever it takes to get it.”

Hunter Biden Roomed With Notorious DC Homeless Woman In “Crack-Addled Version of The Odd Couple”

Hunter Biden’s recently released memoirs are a treasure trove of drug-addicted weirdness being publicly admitted by someone Joe Biden calls, “The smartest guy I know.”

After telling the world he used to smoke parmesan cheese, mistaking it for crack cocaine, Hunter Biden now also admits being part of a roommate situation he called a “deranged, crack-addled version of The Odd Couple.”

The oddly named, “Beautiful Things,” was released on Tuesday.

According to the book, Hunter once roomed with a homeless woman in DC named “Bicycles” who had seven children, “one on death row, another in prison for life. She didn’t know the whereabouts of the five others.”

“Almost anyone who lives or works in DC has at one time or another seen Bicycles–also known as Rhea, a homeless, middle-aged Black woman–weaving in and out of traffic or swerving around sidewalk pedestrians,” Biden explained.

Bicycles would use her “piercing voice that can be heard a block away as she shouts for everybody to get the hell out of her way, which she does almost continuously.”

The pair have known each other for decades, Biden buying crack from her while attending Georgetown University in the 90s.

In 2016, Hunter again started purchasing crack from Bicycles and eventually invited her to move into his apartment.

“She commandeered the TV and only watched those true-crime shows, with the volume turned way up,” he wrote.

Showing the once-homeless crackhead had more self-respect than Hunter, Biden said she “got mad when I left dirty clothes on the coffee table or spilled vodka on the rug.”

In another chapter, years after living with Bicycles, Hunter described his life at a Los Angeles hotel where a degenerate crew of drug dealers, strippers and drug users would constantly be entering and leaving his room.

Biden detailed, “An ant-trail of dealers and their sidekicks,” going in and out of his room day and night.

“They pulled up in late-series Mercedes-Benzes, decked out in oversized Raiders or Lakers jerseys and flashing fake Rolexes,” he explained. “Their stripper girlfriends invited their girlfriends, who invited their boyfriends.”

Noting the rowdy behavior of the guests, Hunter added, “They’d drink up the entire minibar, call room service for filet mignon and a bottle of Dom Pérignon. One of the women even ordered an additional filet for her purse-sized dog. When they finished, two or three days later, they’d walk out with the hotel’s monogrammed towels and throw pillows and comforters and ashtrays.”

Despite specifically naming multiple reasons for a hotel to be upset with him staying at their location, Hunter accused a hotel who asked him to leave of “racism” after other guests complained about “the parade of ne’er-do-wells traipsing in and out of [his] room.”

Source: InfoWars

23 day hunger strike my ass – more than half these people are obese