Tuesday, July 12, 2022

Stand firm against the gaslighting liberal world order

Every government degenerates when trusted to the rulers of the people alone. The people themselves are its only safe depositories.

— Thomas Jefferson

Recently one of Joe Biden’s lieutenants, Brian Deese, told an interviewer if high gas prices are needed to attain the liberal world order we need to stand firm.

What do they mean by “liberal world order”?  They’ve given us hints — have you noticed?

Unlike other despotic regimes, the West’s dissent enforcers are usually employed outside government directly, at least for now.  Make private forces do the dirty work of gagging troublemakers with threats, gaslighting, harassment, deplatforming, fining or firing.  Gives the impression of “the people” outraged rather than a cold-blooded bureaucrat.  But when necessary the regime swings into action with election treachery, sustained with a mockery of the rule of law.  And for a Hollywood touch it might send a twentyfold SWAT team to a recalcitrant’s home and haul her in cuffed.  Or for low comedy send a plump covid cop to chase a runner off a closed beach.

The liberal world order means no one should even think about dissent.  It means nothing less than the permanent suppression of all challengers to the approved narrative, perhaps achieved with the Final Solution (extermination of all undesirables), precedent for which is part of American history.  

The Covid War

We’ve seen the early stages of this liberal world order in the Covid campaign.  Normally, in battle, you hate the enemy and make no pretensions about it.  Not so with the Covid War.  The purpose was to kill as many of us as possible while feigning concern for our welfare.  Evidence: The astronomical number of adverse events on VAERS that are being ignored.  (For more evidence peruse the videos on my BitChute channel.)  Given that the enemy (human sheep) doesn’t see them as attackers, it worked wonderfully.  And as we’ve seen it’s still ongoing.  

How could our American leaders act this way?  And how could so many others be self-righteously obedient?

The spirit of free men has always been distrustful of authority, at minimum.  What happened, guys?  You consider yourself free but roll over to anyone anointed with the title of expert while standing in front of an American flag?  The information is out there, Google can’t hide everything, all it takes is some effort on your part.  Get off social media and do some real research. 

Most of us have heard about doctors promoting early treatment of Covid.  Are they charlatans or conscientious medical professionals?  You’re aware of what the CDC, FDA, Fauci, social media, Wikipedia, and the rest of the gang think of them.  I have no medical training, but I can read and make judgments.  So can you.

They were saving lives with HCQ and ivermectin and keeping people out of hospitals.  Dr. George Fareed, Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, Dr. Brian Tyson, Dr. Robert Malone, Dr. Harvey Risch, Dr. Peter McCullough, Dr. Simone Gold and others tried to convince authorities of the necessity of early treatment and the availability of drugs that were inexpensive, safe and efficacious. 

For instance, Dr. Harvey Risch, professor of epidemiology at Yale, testifying before the Senate Hearing on Outpatient Treatment on November 19, 2020 , told the panel:

So what did I find when I investigated hydroxychloroquine in early use among outpatients?  The first thing is that this drug is extremely safe — exceedingly safe.  We know this from common sense.  This is a medication that has been used for sixty-five years by hundreds of millions of people, in tens of billions of doses worldwide, prescribed without routine electrocardiogram screening. It’s given to adults and children, pregnant women, nursing mothers.  Such a drug must be safe, and it must be safe in the initial viral replication phase of this illness, which is in fact in outpatients initially similar to a cold or flu.  

In spite of its safety, surprisingly, in July the FDA posted a warning against outpatient hydroxychloroquine use on its website.  And they did this while at the same time the FDA had no systematic evidence of adverse events in outpatients, and the website itself says it justifies the warning based on evidence that it had on hospital patients, which [as] I said before is invalid [because hospital patients are not outpatients].

There are now seven studies [involving thousands of test subjects around the world] of early use of hydroxychloroquine in high-risk outpatients.  And every one of these studies has found significant benefit. . . . All of these studies showed a 50 percent or greater reduction in risk of hospitalization or death. . . . .

This body of evidence for hydroxychloroquine dramatically outweighs the risk-benefit ratio for Remdesivir, monoclonal antibodies, and for the difficult-to-use Bebtelovimab [?]  that FDA has approved for Emergency Use Authorization 

Do you think a Yale professor of epidemiology is a paid liar or the studies he cites are all flawed or bogus?  If so, what’s in it for him besides the axing of his reputation?  Money?  Who’s writing the checks?  Certainly not Big Pharma.  Remdesivir (brand name Veklury) is the child of Gilead Sciences, a pharmaceutical firm.  And what do you know, NBCNews, no less, had this to say about remdesivir on November 19, 2020, ironically the same day Risch and others were testifying in DC:

The antiviral remdesivir should not be used as treatment for hospitalized Covid-19 patients, the World Health Organization said Thursday, only a month after the Food and Drug Administration approved the drug to treat patients over age 12 who are hospitalized with Covid-19.

Earlier this year (2022) I tested positive for Covid and spent a day in the hospital but for other reasons.  They wanted to hit me with remdesivir, but I said no. 

Later, I saw a printed summary of my treatments with the word “disinformation” as the reason for declining remdesivir.


George Ford Smith is a former mainframe and PC programmer and technology instructor, the author of eight books including a novel about a renegade Fed chairman (Flight of the Barbarous Relic), a filmmaker (Do Not Consent), and an advocate of stateless market government.  He eagerly welcomes speaking engagements and can be reached at gfs543@icloud.com.


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