Fauci’s Mask Flip-Flop, Explained (by Economics)

“After all, the winning assumption in economics is that ordinary folk operating in markets are motivated predominately by self interest. Why should we assume politicians and bureaucrats are motivated any differently than anyone else?”

DonnyFerguson.com

Last summer in an interview with CBS Evening News anchor Norah O’Donnell, Dr. Anthony Fauci said he had no regrets over advising Americans against wearing masks in public spaces early in the pandemic, even though his recommendations changed months later.

“I don’t regret anything I said then because in the context of the time in which I said it, it was correct,” said Fauci, the government’s top infectious disease advisor. “We were told in our task force meetings that we have a serious problem with the lack of PPEs and masks for the health providers who are putting themselves in harm’s way every day to take care of sick people.”

Fauci was referring to comments he made on 60 Minutes in March 2020. During that interview, Fauci said “there’s no reason to be walking around with a mask,” noting they should be used only for sick people as source control

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The Origin of Covid-19 — The Truth in 90 Quotes [QUOTE #6 : “Time to talk about lab safety.” — Dr Gregory D Koblentz & Dr Filippa Lentzos]

“Preventing the next pandemic should be a priority for all countries.”

Intel Today

“Barring some new, revelatory information, the Biden administration’s review of intelligence is unlikely to answer whether the virus came from a lab.”

Washington Post (June 15 2021)

June 07 2021 — The COVID pandemic has already claimed the lives of 3.5 million people worldwide and there is no end in sight to this global tragedy. Yet, nearly a year and a half since the first cases were detected in the Chinese city of Wuhan, the origin of the virus remains a mystery. On May 26 2021, President Joe Biden announced that he had tasked the US Intelligence Community to prepare a report on their most up-to-date analysis of the origins of COVID-19, including whether it emerged from human contact with an infected animal or from a laboratory accident. To be sure, there is no direct evidence of a lab-leak so far. But the Open Source Intelligence [OSINT] already available provides…

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Ted and Edie dance the Rumba.

Some interesting memories about life in Australia.

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“I saw it happen an’ that’s how I knows it…and I know why it happened..an’ I’m sorry it didn’t happen a long time ago, back when they could’ve made something with it.” Swertzy took a drag on his cigarette again and settled into the chair outside the Sedan Post Office and reflected on times past..his portly frame shifted to ease the rheumatic pain in his hip.

Heinie Schwertzferger explained..

“Ted and I first learned proper dancing with old Mrs Harris, who used to give dance classes in her home back in the fifties..over there in Towitta..when Ted and I were young blades..She would move the lounge table to one side and crank up the old gramophone player and she and her hubby would teach a group of us locals how to dance real proper like…you know..the Fox-trot, Military Two Step…those old ballroom dances of the day..”

“ A few of…

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Landline 2021

https://www.abc.net.au/news/newschannel/

Online Saviour: Going online saves struggling beef business

Pip Courtney

The decision to take their business online saved a couple’s struggling beef operation and provided a new secure market for dozens of other farmers.

https://www.abc.net.au/landline/online-saviour:-going-online-saves-struggling-beef/13375930

Diversifying After Disaster: Innovation aids recovery for Batlow apple growers

Luke Wong

Growers are implementing measures to help future-proof against fire and labour shortages, and some have turned to making cider as a way to diversify their income.

https://www.abc.net.au/landline/diversifying-after-disaster:-innovation-aids/13375906

La Mer (Beyond the Sea) – Avalon Jazz Band


“La Mer” is a song by Charles Trenet, based on a poem he wrote when he was sixteen years old. The song was first recorded by the French singer Roland Gerbeau in 1945. Vocals – @Tatiana Eva-Marie Violin – Gabe Terracciano Guitar – Vinny Raniolo Rhythm guitar – Sara L’Abriola Bass – Wallace Stelzer Filmed by Adrien Chevalier in Brooklyn, NY. Sound mixed by Mike Perez-Cisneros. Lyrics: La mer, qu’on voit danser Le long des golfes clairs A des reflets d’argent, la mer Des reflets changeants sous la pluie La mer, au ciel d’été Confond ses blancs moutons Avec les anges si purs, la mer Bergère d’azur, infinie Voyez près des étangs Ces grands roseaux mouillés Voyez ces oiseaux blancs Et ces maisons rouillées La mer, les a bercés Le long des golfes clairs Et d’une chanson d’amour, la mer A bercé mon cœur pour la vie

Organic Consumers Association’s COVID-19 Tribunal

“This tribunal of experts has gathered to empower you, to think for yourself and create opportunities for you to take action.”

The Most Revolutionary Act

Dr Mercola

Story at-a-glance

  • The first COVID-19 tribunal, sponsored by the Organic Consumers Association, features scientists, doctors, authors, activists and attorneys who expose the willful misconduct that runs like a red thread through the entire pandemic narrative
  • Collectively, the panelists, which include yours truly, have spent well over 75,000 hours investigating myriad events that make up the global response to COVID-19
  • Something very unusual happened in 2020. For the first time, doctors around the world were actively discouraged from helping, and prevented from saving, their patients
  • Esteemed doctors and medical facilities have developed effective treatment protocols for COVID-19, including Harvard, Johns Hopkins and Emory, yet all been suppressed and censored in an apparent effort to cause as much suffering and death as possible
  • Anne Garner, attorney and founder of New Mexico Stands Up! is filing a number of groundbreaking lawsuits on behalf of the American people to reestablish and protect…

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Jasper / The Tank Sisters.

Your stories, Joe, tell so much about Australian workmen’s culture in the glorious postwar years that lots of European migrants were confronted with. When I read these very well told stories I feel like watching some scenes from a very authentic movie! I hope, you don’t mind that I reblog it. I can only recommend these stories. They’re great fun to read! 🙂

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Jasper was a “Balt’ ”..ie; he was of those states centered around the Baltic Sea..perhaps he could have been Estonian…he was a tall ponderous sort of chap…with a long serious gaze, with one of those what are called “lantern jawed” faces. He always spoke in a slow , carefully chosen word way..I don’t wonder many philosophers came from the Baltic States..Jasper appeared to put a lot of thought into what he said before he said it…but then he didn’t ever say much of great import.

“You gotta watch those ‘Balts’ “ Jack Mitchell warned..’Ooo..they’re trouble..those bloody Balts”.

He always wore shorts in the summer..not short shorts like a footballer, but loose baggy ones to the knee. He would sit at the bar pint in hand with legs crossed in a peculiar effeminate way..that is; with his legs entwined like women do…and he would stare incessantly at one person or spot…

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