When Gustav Mahler was writing his song cycle “Kindertoten Lieder” at the dawn of the twentieth century, the threat of deadly childhood diseases like Scarlet fever and Diphtheria was still very real. The poems he set to music had been written some 70 years earlier by Friedrich Ruckert, who was consumed with grief for many… Continue reading On the deaths of children
Tag: Natural immunity
Risk vs Benefit – our risk and their benefit.
A look at the double standard on risk-benefit presentation over vaccines and immunity from infection..
Sinking the Narrative
As civilised society collapses around us in a dizzying slide down into some kind of primaeval swamp, taking with it all the markers that once kept it on track, there remain a few fundamental hooks or toe-holds that may save us. It seems impossible that 2022 could degenerate so rapidly into chaos, worse than that… Continue reading Sinking the Narrative
Our trusted sources..
The Black Swan – Australia’s Dr Fauci. Looking at the key role that scientific experts and trusted sources have played in facilitating Pandemic policies which favour corporate interests and government agendas contrary to public health and interests. Few people have had more influence over the development of the globally standardized and accepted narrative of the… Continue reading Our trusted sources..
From the AZ frying pan into the Pfizer fire.
The increasing hesitancy of older people to get vaccinated against the SARS-2 virus with the Oxford Astra Zeneca vaccine must be seen as an entirely rational response to the reported dangers from TTS blood clots – which no-one can deny are a reaction to this vaccine. Public confidence in it, already failing following the death… Continue reading From the AZ frying pan into the Pfizer fire.
Vaccine Hesitancy and Risk Management; whose choice?
Do we need vaccination against this virus, if the risks from untested drugs are greater than from the infection?