Fauci spins ADE infections

The Vaccine Hitler has revealed how he plans to try to spin the CASE NIGHTMARE scenario of Antibody Dependent Enhanced (ADE) breakthrough infections of the vaccinated population permitting virus mutations that will hit the vaccinated much harder than the unvaccinated:

Fauci warns of ‘worse variant’ that ‘could impact the vaccinated’ if Covid-19 is allowed to keep mutating in unvaxxed population

In his latest bid to promote Covid-19 jabs, White House medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci upped his pandemic warnings and cautioned vaccinated individuals about an even “worse variant” that could come after Delta.

Those who remain unvaccinated, Fauci claimed in a Sunday interview with MSNBC, are responsible for the coronavirus mutating. This has led to the Delta variant, which health officials have continuously warned is partly behind the mass rise in cases and could lead to another surge in the fall.

“There’s a tenet that everybody knows in virology: a virus will not mutate unless you allow it to replicate,” Fauci said. “Fortunately for us, the vaccines do quite well against Delta, particularly in protecting you from severe disease.”

But if you give the virus the chance to continue to change, you’re leading to a vulnerability that we might get a worse variant, and then that will impact not only the unvaccinated, that will impact the vaccinated because that variant could evade the protection of the vaccine.

You would have to be literally retarded and completely ignorant of how mutations work to not see the obvious lies in Fauci’s spin draft. Let’s count the lies, deceptions, and misrepresentations.

  1. Covid-19 is not mutating in the unvaxxed population any more than any other virus. It spreads freely there, subject to the natural immunities conveyed on a) those who have full immunity because they already had the disease and b) those who have partial immunity due to related coronaviruses and rhinoviruses.
  2. Those who remain unvaccinated are not responsible for the coronavirus mutating. 
  3. The giveaway is here: “particularly in protecting you from severe disease”. What’s happening with the vaccines is similar to the consequence of not taking all your prescribed antibiotics and killing off all the bacteria infecting you. Fauci is admitting the vaccines are non-sterilizing, which means it is mutating in the vaccinated population.
  4. The vulnerability Fauci references is the ADE scenario that Karl Denninger first laid out back in February 2020, the most serious of which is CASE NIGHTMARE KITTY, which would result in the death of every single vaccinated individual. Fortunately, it appears a lesser CASE NIGHTMARE scenario is in store, which is why the Vaccine Nazis are already pushing boosters on those who are vaccinated, as it is the vaccinated who will likely be most at risk from the mutated variants.
  5. That variant WILL evade the negligible protection of the vaccine, because it is the vaccine itself that has created the vulnerability. That’s what “Antibody Dependent Enhancement” essentially means.

Of all the things that never happened

This never happened the most:

A fit and healthy 42-year-old father has died of Covid-19 after refusing the vaccine because he thought he would be OK if he contracted the virus, his twin sister said.

John Eyers had been climbing the Welsh mountains and wild camping one month before his death last week, which came exactly four weeks after he tested positive.

His twin sister Jenny McCann from London said he was the ‘fittest, healthiest person I know’ and had thought he would only have a ‘mild illness’ if he got coronavirus.

She added that he had a ‘belief in his own immortality’ but before going onto a ventilator in hospital he told his consultant that he wished he had been vaccinated.

Mr Eyers died in intensive care after suffering from an infection and organ failure, and leaves behind both parents, Ms McCann and his 19-year-old daughter. 

Every newspaper appears to be running some version of this regret sob story now. “You’ll be sorry” is the current Vaccine Nazi narrative, combined with the threat of a mandate.

Isn’t it amazing how their last wishes – right before going on the ventilator – are always the same? 

Meanwhile, people who are having their limbs amputated and dropping dead of heart attacks after being vaccinated are still quoted as saying they’d do it again.

The retardery increases

The vaccine propagandists must be getting desperate if they think this sort of sob story is going to convince anyone to get the #killshot:

Dr. Brytney Cobia, a hospitalist at Grandview Medical Center in Birmingham, wrote in a recent Facebook post she is treating a lot of young, otherwise healthy people for serious coronavirus infections.

“One of the last things they do before they’re intubated is beg me for the vaccine,” she wrote. “I hold their hand and tell them that I’m sorry, but it’s too late.”

In her post, Cobia wrote that when a patient dies, she hugs their family members and urges them to get vaccinated. She said they cry and tell her they thought the pandemic was a “hoax,” or “political,” or targeting some other age group or skin color.

“They wish they could go back. But they can’t,” Cobia wrote. “So they thank me and they go get the vaccine. And I go back to my office, write their death note, and say a small prayer that this loss will save more lives.”

Of all the things that never happened, that never happened the most. First, the name is fake. Second, intubation has been proven to be a good way to kill Covid patients. Third, and most importantly, no one has died of Covid in Alabama since April. Karl Denninger demonstrates how dialectic can destroy rhetoric when applied properly.

This story is from Alabama.

Now I want you to look very carefully at this table. Here’s the source link, complete with four separate copies of the same bull**** story in different “news” outlets.

According to that table not one person has died since the end of April in Alabama from Covid-19 according to that graph which goes through 7/20 — yesterday.

What is “99{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6} (unvaccinated) of ZERO (all people who died of Covid in Alabama SINCE APRIL)”?


You’d have to be retarded to believe that sob story. And you really have to be retarded to get vaccinated against Covid. 

They cannot be instructed

Before some audiences not even the possession of the exactest knowledge will make it easy for what we say to produce conviction. For argument based on knowledge implies instruction, and there are people whom one cannot instruct.
– Aristotle, Rhetoric

Talk about impervious to dialectic! These people watch a man being carted off to the hospital, twitching and trembling from an obvious adverse reaction, and they just stand in line to take their turn. Remember this the next time you’re having difficulty walking someone through a syllogism.

The correct word

A spade should always be called a spade. And those who engage in foolish behavior and make foolish choices are accurately described as fools. There is absolutely no excuse for getting not-vaxxed; the information is available and anyone who believes a single word of the mainstream media hasn’t been paying attention since William Randolph Hearst was lying about the Spanish sinking the USS Maine:

She is being called a sheep. She did her research, she watched other people get the shot and they were fine (aren’t we all different) and so on. She did it to “help the community”. The road to hell is paved with good intentions. Those mocking her may want to go easy. I don’t think any of us are going to get out of this.

There is tremendous social and media pressure on people to have their messenger RNA modified with experimental substances. So, the way to alleviate that pressure is to counteract it with effective rhetoric, which will involve coming down hard on every single individual who gives into the pressure, and making poster boys and girls of those who experience the adverse effects.

Those who can still be saved from the not-vaxxes should be the primary concern, not those who have already been victimized by them as a result of their tragic credulity. Defending the behavior of the sheep is only going to result in more sheep, and more victims.

The effectiveness of rhetoric

One way to confirm that a rhetorical device is a killshot is when the phrase is literally banned by the media:

Australian Broadcaster ABC has announced that they will not allow the use of the word ‘apartheid’ in their coverage of Israel and Palestine in an effort to “be as objective as possible.” The network has also noted the term’s “specific meaning in South African history” as part of its reasoning for the move, according to an “internal advisory note” reported in the Australian. 
While some of the network’s coverage has managed to stay away from using the word, it has still made its way onto the airwaves, recently on ‘Q+A’ when Palestine advocate Randa Abdel-Fattah accused Israel of being based “on a racial apartheid system,” leading to a fiery debate during which the word was used multiple times. 

Now, the Australian organization is completely correct in the dialectical sense. The term “Apartheid” makes no literal sense outside of a historical South African context. Of course the same is true of commonly-used terms such as “Nazi” and “fascist”. And other highly-charged terms, like “racist” and “sexist” and “anti-semite” are far more often used as effective rhetorical weapons than in a literal dialectical sense.

So, this is little more than the usual “rhetoric for me, but not for thee” situation. And what it confirms is that “the apartheid State of Israel” is rhetorically effective in a way that “Zionazi” is not, because the best rhetoric always points toward the truth. 

The fact is that Israel is a segregated state, and if it survives over time, it will become even more of one. After all, it was not apartheid, but rather, the abandonment of apartheid that led to the transformation of South Africa from a quasi-First World state to one that is threatening to collapse into anarchy. But Israelis should not hesitate to prioritize the actual nation over the civic state, any more than the Americans, the British, or the Russians should. At least, not if they wish to survive as a nation-state.

And speaking of rhetoric, “highly complicated” is a media and academic euphemism for “yes, we know we’re being hypocritical.”

The Hulk learns who rules the Hellmouth

Truth 3: Israel is committing the crime of apartheid against millions of Palestinians. Discrimination against Palestinians and confiscation of their land, including in East Jerusalem, is one of the triggers of this latest round of violence. One should not ignore this context.

– Mark Ruffalo Retweeted, 19 May

“Equality, human rights, and prosperity for all from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea.” The fight for equality happening here in the USA should be the  guiding principle of our values in the Middle East and for our allies abroad.

– Mark Ruffalo, 20 May

Please watch @MehdiHasanShow special on the Middle East is the clarity we need in the fog or war. Why is this happening? How did we get here? What’s actually happened? Has it been fair? What about the children?  What can the USA do stop this ongoing conflict?

– Mark Ruffalo, 20 May

I have reflected & wanted to apologize for posts during the recent Israel/Hamas fighting that suggested Israel is committing “genocide”. It’s not accurate, it’s inflammatory, disrespectful & is being used to justify antisemitism here & abroad. 

-Mark Ruffalo, 25 May

Now, it is perfectly clear that Israel is not committing genocide, for the obvious reason that it isn’t. The 400-percent growth of the Palestinian population since 1950 is more than sufficient to disprove the accusation. That being said, I strongly suspect that if Americans were to require the Jews resident in the United States to live in a pair of large ghettos under conditions similar to those that the Israelis force the Palestinians to live in Gaza and the West Bank, such an action would be described as genocide too.

So remember, as always, there is no information content in rhetoric. Rhetoric concerns emotional manipulation, not factual accuracy or logical consistency, which is why the slaves of Hell always attempt to reserve the more effective rhetorical weapons for themselves while simultaneously denying the use of the same terms to others even when they are perfectly apposite.

The irony is that Israel is literally a national socialist state, as Zionism is a historical revision of the global socialism of the neoclowns now resident in the United States. It’s not very different than the post-Lenin conflict between Stalin’s national communism and Trotsky’s world revolution. But only those whose minds are firmly established in the dialectic are capable of reading that simple factual statement without spiralling immediately into cognitive dissonance, because the rhetorical antithesis between “Nazi” and “Jew” has been so firmly established that most people can’t even get their heads around the historical fact that the world’s first national socialist party was established in China prior to the founding of the Chinese Communist Party and had nothing whatsoever to do with the scattered remnants of a minor Middle Eastern tribe.

In fact, as it happens, explicitly national socialist parties were established in both China and Britain prior to the 1919 founding of the German National Socialist Workers Party.

But those who are engaged in rhetorical wars are always aggressively uninterested in the actual facts of history.

UPDATE: On the other hand, Ruffalo’s genuflection only rates a 4/10 on the cringe scale in comparison with John Cena’s 7/10 public self-flagellation:

“I have to say something very, very, very important now. I love and respect China and Chinese people. I’m very, very sorry about my mistake. I apologise, I apologise, I’m very sorry. You must understand that I really love, really respect China and the Chinese people. My apologies. See you.”

Pure Boomer hate

It’s surprising, but SNL can still pull it together when sufficiently motivated to break free of the ideological chains binding comedy these days. It’s fascinating to see that the one thing that transcends both politics and race at this point in the ongoing imperial collapse is the younger generations’ loathing for the generational behavior of the Baby Boomers.

It’s not only hilarious and very well written, (they even hit the “everyone else is just jealous” angle) but the hate is so pure and comprehensive that you would have sworn it had to have been written by a Gen-Xer. But apparently the Millennials have now had more than enough of the nonsense too.
Stopped by the house, give the grandkids a hug
Now get the fuck out, I’m trying to have fun….
I got the shot that’s just how it is.
You locked inside homeschooling my grandkids.
I know you want to live large like me
I got the big-ass house and the SUV.
I got the second house two and the third house three
The place in Vermont and the one in Miami
Damn, I got five houses? That’s a lot.
Good for me!

“You can tell this hit close to home because my boomer parents complained about it the entire time…”

It just kills them that no one admires their g-g-generation.

“Since 1975, I never imagined an SNL skit so obnoxious that it actually made me angry… Today changed everything. ? Wow.”

See, now THAT is how you identify nuclear rhetoric. These Boomers are genuinely angry about one little song-skit on SNL.

More SJW than SJW

North Face discovers that its converged marketing department doesn’t know anything about their own products or what goes into them.

It started with a nice gesture. Adam Anderson, the CEO of Innovex Downhole Solutions, wanted to buy his employees a Christmas gift. So he ordered 400 North Face jackets and asked that their corporate logo be included.

Then came the bad news. The North Face company would sell Innovex the jackets but wouldn’t include the energy company’s logo. The reason? Innovex was an oil and gas company, and it would be a bad thing for North Face’s public image to associate itself with the industry.

Not happy with that answer, Anderson struck back with some public relations of his own. It turns out the vast majority of North Face’s apparel—its hoodies, snow pants, coats and many other items in its product line, like backpacks and tents—are made with polyester, polyurethane and nylon, all of which come from petroleum. Even its fancy fleece jackets are made of polyester.

“The irony in this statement is that your jackets are made from oil and gas products the hardworking men and women of our industry produce,” Anderson noted in a letter he sent to Steve Rendle, CEO of VF Corp. (which includes the North Face brand), on LinkedIn. “I think this stance by your company is counter-productive virtue signaling, and I would appreciate you re-considering this stance.”

It would be even more Good, Beautiful, and True if the suppliers of the oil and gas products to North Face refused to ship them any products until Mr. Rendle backs down and sends Innovex the jackets with the logos on them. In fairness, though, I very much doubt that the denizens of North Face’s marketing department know where meat comes from.

Speaking of rhetoric, now that the rainbow freaks aren’t using it anymore, it would be useful to adopt the LGBT acronym for our own.

L = The Light of the World

G = The Good

B = The Beautiful

T = The True

When rhetoric works

The way to recognize whether rhetoric is effective or not is by the reaction of the targets. Rhetoric that inspires denials, protests, and wordy dialectical retorts is effective, but you can always recognize effective rhetoric by the attempts to ban it:

Conservatives chalked up a victory in the battleground of pejorative labels, concluding that the trending ‘Blue Anon’ branding of left-wing conspiracy theorists is sufficiently stinging after the term earned censorship bona fides.

The term made it into the online Urban Dictionary of slang words and phrases earlier this week, only to be removed by Sunday. A search of the term, a play on ‘QAnon’ that has been used increasingly in recent months to mock leftists, now comes up empty. Previously, the dictionary showed a definition for Blue Anon, noting that it’s “a loosely organized network of Democrat voters, politicians and media personalities who spread left-wing conspiracy theories, such as the Russia hoax, Jussie Smollett hoax, Ukraine hoax, Covington kids hoax and Brett Kavanaugh hoax.”

Conservatives interpreted the attempted disappearing of Blue Anon as a sign of success. “Wokies at Urban Dictionary zapped Blue Anon because it was too powerful,” journalist Jack Posobiec said Sunday on Twitter. Others predicted a ‘Streisand effect’, when attempts to hide something inadvertently bring more attention and interest to it.

Perhaps it would be worthwhile to define a seven-level Nicomachean Scale of Rhetoric, by which the effectiveness of various rhetoric can be judged.

  • (7) Thermonuclear. Example: racist, pedo, you have to go back
  • (6) Nuclear. Example: Holocaust denier, cuckservative, mudshark, superstraight
  • (5) Highly effective. Example: SJW, sexist, BlueAnon, feminazi, judeo-christian, Proposition Nation
  • (4) Effective. Example: tranny, slut, conspiracy theorist, anti-Semite, neoclown
  • (3) Mostly Harmless. Example: global-warming denier, glowie, incel, quisling, extremist
  • (2) Harmless. Example: truther, hypocrite, propagandist, agist, anti-science
  • (1) Give it up. Example: Dems are the real racists, crybully, TERF, handicapable
Keep in mind that the more amusing and memorable the variant of the term, the more biting it will be. Telling someone “you will never be a real woman” is always going to be more effective than simply calling them a “tranny”, particularly when the target isn’t at all gender-confused. It’s also more effective to say something like “calling her a feminazi is offensive to the German National Socialist Worker’s Party” than to just call her a feminazi.

Also, note that the more a rhetorical term ju-jitsus the other side’s rhetoric, the more effective it is. That’s why SJW and BlueAnon are far more effective than people with a dialectical inclination tend to understand, because it is simultaneously parrying the other side’s rhetoric while launching a rhetorical attack on the other side’s self-image.