Tuesday, 4 August 2020

Open waters at the North Pole expected within 90 hours






Are we being gaslighted?: Wildly contradictory narratives from mainstream media

The wildly differing 
narratives on covid-19 from 
western mainstream media

On the one hand, we are being told by Dr. Fauci there WILL be a vaccine but it might mean regular jabs without guarantee of immunity.

While Dr. Anthony Fauci says he's hopeful that a COVID-19 vaccine will be available 'by late fall or early winter,' it may not be as simple as one jab for a lifetime of immunity, according to the LA Times.

For starters, a COVID-19 vaccine can be released if it's 'safe and proves effective' on as few as 50% of those who receive it, according to recently released federal guidelines. What's more, the definition of "effective" means that it simply has to 'minimize the most serious symptoms,' according to the report.

"We should anticipate the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine to be similar to the influenza vaccine," said Dr. Kathleen Neuzil, director of the Center for Vaccine Development at the University of Maryland. "That vaccine may or may not keep people from being infected with the virus, but it does keep people out of the hospital and the ICU."

Because of this, experts say that the first round of COVID-19 vaccines probably won't eliminate the need for masks, social distancing and other measures. So - after all the promises made by government officials, a vaccine may only reduce symptoms, and may turn into a recurring shot that only works on half the population.
Developing a vaccine capable of inducing “sterilizing immunity” — that is, the ability to prevent the virus from causing an infection — takes time and research, which might not be possible as death tolls continue to rise and the recession grows deeper. Yet with so many companies on the hunt for that vaccine, there is hope one of them might actually achieve it.
Scientists had studied other coronaviruses — SARS and MERS — and mapped the novel coronavirus' genome not long after the first COVID-19 deaths were recorded. 

They identified the spike protein on the virus’ outer shell, which the virus uses to infiltrate the host cell and created a three-dimensional model of the virus to see how antibodies block infection by binding onto the spike protein.

 Even so, scientists don't yet know what immunity against the virus looks like. That information typically comes from studying the body’s natural response to disease. The number of T-cells and neutralizing antibodies that fight off an infection can become a blueprint for a vaccine. -LA Times

The problem is that "the novel coronavirus hasn't been around long enough", according to Dr. Mark Feinberg, CEO of the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative - who noted that an Ebola vaccine went from Phase 1 to Phase 3 clinical results in just 10 months and was nearly 100% effective within 10 days of a single dose being administered.

On the bright side, it could reduce the spread of the virus, creating pockets of immunity throughout the country according to Dr. Peter Hoetz, dean of Baylor College of Medicine's National School of Tropical Medicine.
"Ideally, you want an antiviral vaccine to do two things," said Hotez. "First, reduce the likelihood you will get severely ill and go to the hospital, and two, prevent infection and therefore interrupt disease transmission."
For the current pandemic, "the bar does not seem that high," he added.
Meanwhile, Operation Warp Speed - the Trump administration's program to accelerate a vaccine, has a goal of delivering 300 million doses by January. The program has identified 14 'promising candidates' - of which seven have been identified as front-runners. Of those, three have had early clinical trials evaluated independently.
The vaccine being developed by Moderna and the National Institutes of Health was deemed “promising in an editorial published in the New England Journal of Medicine, and two studies in the Lancet delivered a similar message for vaccines being developed at Oxford University and by the Chinese company CanSino.
These vaccines have induced an immune response in people participating in early tests, but inducing an immune response does not always mean success in fighting a disease. For instance, scientists recently developed a vaccine for another respiratory virus that increased antibodies but failed its Phase 3 clinical trial. -LA Times

Other issues puzzling vaccine researchers include why some people produce high levels of neutralizing antibodies to COVID-19, while others do not.


Dr. Tedros says that there may NEVER be a vaccine
There may never be a 'silver bullet' for treating Covid-19, according to the head of the World Health Organization (WHO). 

Countries around the world are locked in a race against time to test and produce a safe and effective vaccine for the coronavirus.

But Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the UN agency, said today that scientists may never find one that works. 

He said for now, stopping outbreaks 'comes down to the basics', urging nations to continue with test, trace and isolate schemes. 

It comes as the WHO's top epidemiologist today said the infection kills 0.6 per cent of all patients — making it six times deadlier than seasonal flu.

Dr Maria Van Kerkhove admitted the estimate 'may not sound like a lot but it is quite high', killing one in 167 people. 

Official statistics show the pandemic already killed almost 700,000 people since it began in the Chinese city of Wuhan last December.

But the estimated mortality rate suggests 115million people worldwide have had the virus — nearly seven times more than the current figure of 17.6m. 

Researchers are hopeful a potential vaccine will be proven to work, allowing it to be administered to the global population.

Russia's health minister announced at the weekend that the country is planning a mass vaccination campaign for October.

Dr Tedros noted a number of vaccines are now in phase three clinical trials — the last stage of human testing.

The forerunners include Oxford University, which is still confident it could have some form of vaccine by the end of this year, and US-based firm Moderna.

But experts have repeatedly dampened expectations, warning that it won't be until 2021 at the earliest that a jab could be ready. 

In a media briefing today, Dr Tedros asked recommended countries participate in relevant clinical trials, and prepare for 'vaccine introduction'.

He said: 'We learn every day about this virus and I’m pleased that the world has made progress in identifying treatments that can help people with the most serious forms of Covid-19 recover.



Russia says it ALREADY has a vaccine after the Brits accused the Russians of stealing the information from them.

So if they have it how is this possible?


The Russian government is reportedly fast-tracking a questionable COVID-19 vaccine that will be put into “large-scale phase three trials this month” and distributed on a mass scale in October.

Whether or not the rushed vaccine will be effective remains a mystery, according to CNBC.

Moscow says teachers and medical professionals will be among the first tested before vaccinations are provided nationwide.

Health Minister Mikhail Murashko reportedly declared early clinical trials were complete on a vaccination that showed an immune response among those tested and had no side effects. The large scale application of the vaccine will determine whether or not the Russians have found a cure for the spreading pandemic, which has killed nearly 700,000 people.


The nation's top scientists, having examined key data and research, have declared there is no firm evidence to back the use of face coverings. Indeed, they argue that wearing the wretched things may actually hamper the fight against disease.

While 120 countries in the world ordered citizens to wear masks in public places to prevent the spread of Covid-19, the Dutch are doing things differently. Pictured, people enjoying a drink in Amsterdam

'Face masks in public places are not necessary, based on all the current evidence,' said Coen Berends, spokesman for the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment. 'There is no benefit and there may even be negative impact.'

This is a bold but highly controversial stance – especially as fears grow of a second wave sweeping through Europe. Last week, Downing Street joined the global stampede to enforce face masks in public spaces such as shops, supermarkets and stations, following Scotland, Spain and France, along with Holland's neighbouring nations of Belgium and Germany.

'We think masks have a great deal of value,' said Boris Johnson. 'Scientific evaluation of face coverings and their importance in stopping aerosol droplets has been growing. People should wear them in shops.'

But the Dutch disagree – to the delight of all the citizens I spoke with in Amsterdam. 'I hate wearing them,' said Aicha Meziati, 29, in the hip fashion store Das Werk Haus. 'They are horrible. People look like they have nappies on their faces.'

Margriet, a 24-year-old sales assistant in a pop-up drink shop, said it was hard to read people's facial expressions when they wore masks. 'You make contact with people better without them and it is easier to talk to them in the store.'

Is there REALLY a second coronavirus wave rolling across...
Holland's position is based on assessments by the Outbreak Management Team, a group of experts advising the government. It first ruled against masks in May and has re-evaluated the evidence several times, including again last week.

It believes they detract from a clear three-pronged message that has kept deaths from coronavirus down to less than half the rate in Britain: wash hands regularly, maintain social distancing of 1.5 metres and stay at home if suffering any symptoms.

The one exception outside of the medical frontline has been on public transport, where masks are mandatory on the basis it is difficult to stay apart on crowded buses, ferries and trains. 'We have seen this approach works,' said Christian Hoebe, a professor of infectious diseases in Maastricht and member of the advisory team. 'Face masks should not be seen as a magic bullet that halts the spread. 

'The evidence for them is contradictory. In general, we think you must be careful with face masks because they can give a false sense of security. People think they're immune from disease or stop social distancing. That is very negative.'

Hoebe, head of infectious disease control in Zuid-Limburg, the region hit hardest when the pandemic struck Holland, pointed to a Norwegian study showing 200,000 people must wear surgical masks for one week to stop a single Covid-19 case.



Melburnians now endure some of the strictest lockdown conditions in the world, as the Victorian government battles to contain hundreds of new coronavirus infections every day.

Many countries that were initially hit hard by the deadly virus are now reopening for the sake of rebuilding their economies, with social gathering limits dropped and dining establishments reopened.

Others, which had early success in containing the virus, are now being forced into secondary lockdowns due to infections rising beyond control.

Still, other leaders whose countries have skyrocketing infections and death tolls are refusing to implement lockdowns.



OPEN WATERS at North Pole expected in 90 HOURS

Right now, I can not think of ANYTHING that matters more than most.






Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) forecasts blue waters reaching the North Pole within 90 hours.

Veli Albert Kalliovia Facebook

Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) forecasts blue waters reaching the North Pole within 90 hours. 

Ships can now sail in open water all the way to 90 degree North within 90 hours from the eastern direction, the ice cap is also detached from all land connections first time ever stranding polar bears at sea on ice floes driven away from the land, many bears are falling into soft ice and perishing right now. 

Nuclear submariners are having difficulties hiding their submarines as open water is reaching them almost anywhere and risk of collisions between US and Russian submarines is growing, being also doing passes in close proximity engine noises are also revealing locations. 

Sea ice on eastern flank of Greenland and north of it have both spectacularly collapsed…

Collapse of North Pole ice cap is falling 4.8.2020 fast like house of cards falling down (ice blocks heading now to North Atlantic warm waters) one 100 metres thick ice shelf also collapsed yesterday with 81 kilometres long ice berg coming

Sunlight heating (black curve, all-time high)

Monday, 3 August 2020

Miscellaneous: Doctors speak out

Doctors Address COVID-19 

Misinformation - 2nd 

Meeting after Social Media 


How Trudeau gutted Canada's pandemic warning system

PROOF Trudeau aided the 

viral outbreak in Canada

BRUTAL: The Liberals GUTTED Canada’s Pandemic Warning System Before The CCP Virus Infiltrated. Now, The Auditor General Is Investigating

Methane, Arctic Sea Ice report - 2 August, 2020

Methane, Arctic Sea Ice & 

Climate Roundup with Margo 

(Aug. 2, 2020)

When Your Doctor is a Robot




Spiro Skouras

Last week an organization of doctors called ‘Americas Frontline Doctors’ went to Washington DC and gave a press release in front of the Supreme Court.

What This group of doctors said, directly contradicted official positions of the World Health Organization and the Centers For Disease Control regarding the coronavirus and treatment of the infection as the new experimental vaccine could arrive before the end of the year.
Members of the doctors organization have been fired from their jobs, they have had their website removed and the viral video has been almost scrubbed from the internet.
It appears censoring doctors who speak out against the medical establishment may only be a temporary solution. Just today, right on time the World Economic Fund released a video called ‘When Your Doctor Is A Robot.’
Will doctors and nurses one day be replaced by artificial intelligence and robots? After all, robots don’t ask questions… They follow orders.
Brookings Launches Global Health Financing Initiative with Grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundationhttps://www.brookings.edu/news-releases/brookings-launches-global-health-financing-initiative-with-grant-from-the-bill-melinda-gates-foundation/

When Your Doctor is a Robot | DAVOS 


BoJo set to BAN indoor gatherings

Five new deaths were reported in England today and five in Wales. Scotland recorded no new deaths while Northern Ireland no longer updates its figures on the weekend. The death toll is usually much lower on Sunday's and Monday's, due to a delay in reporting over the weekend. It comes as the Government reviews whether to ban indoor get-togethers and call an end to the "bubble" system. 


A major incident was announced today after senior police, local authorities and other agencies met this weekend to discuss the current regional outbreak. It is feared the army could be drafted in to support police in Manchester if necessary. Huge spikes of coronavirus have been seen in Manchester, Tameside and Oldham.


Several regions around the UK have gone back into lockdown this weekend, as the Government announced new measures for West Yorkshire, Greater Manchester and East Lancashire. There, people have to refrain from gathering indoors with others, as Matt Hancock warned residents did not heed social distance warnings. But very little will change with the latest regional measures, as most shops and restaurants can remain open.



Masks are muzzles’: Protesters rally outside BBC HQ & march to Downing Street after UK govt widens mask-wearing orders

Activists took to the streets of London a day after the UK cabinet expanded its guidelines for mandatory face coverings. The demonstration comes amid growing skepticism worldwide over the efficacy of such policies.
A large group of demonstrators assembled in Hyde Park on Saturday, where they listened to speeches denouncing the government’s anti-coronavirus measures. Piers Corbyn, brother of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, was among the speakers. 

Carrying placards reading “Stop the new normal, save lives,”“Freedom over fear,” and “Masks are muzzles,” the protesters then marched towards Downing Street, stopping outside BBC headquarters along the way. 

Victoria locks down

Victorians face fresh shortages of red meat, chicken, fish and even KFC across the state with new workplace shutdowns and restrictions to be announced today to hit the state’s abattoirs, fish markets and call centres.

Call centres will be shut down unless operating for emergency services after a coronavirus outbreak in a Centrelink call centre last month.

Abattoirs will not be completely closed, but their operations will be affected under tough new workplace rules for essential workers.

As anxious shoppers cleared supermarket shelves of meat and chicken on Sunday despite pleas not to panic buy, Victorian government sources also confirmed the new restrictions are likely to impact on supply chains.

Supermarkets and pharmacies will remain open under the new restrictions but some other retail outlets are likely to face reduced operating hours to be detailed this afternoon.

Restaurants will remain open for takeaway food and some delivery services.

A draft document outlining proposed Victorian business shutdowns obtained by The Australian Financial Review today states that construction sites, manufacturing plants and car dealerships will be closed under the new rules.

The list has been thrashed out during a crisis meeting of Victorian cabinet today with some businesses moving into different columns as talks continued.

Federal government sources told news.com.au there were some last minute attempts to ensure that construction remains open in some form with stricter workplace safety rules.

Earlier, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg warned Victoria needed to be careful that it didn’t shutdown essential services.

They need to bear in mind the balancing act,’’ he told Sunrise.

They have to ensure that those essential services are going to continue to be provided, like our energy supply and manufacturing and construction and also to ensure that we can stem the tide of these cases by following these roles with these strict new restrictions in place.”

News.com.au understands that the Victoria’s Industry department is running projections on the impact of the changes to be announced today on supply chains for red meat, poultry and fish.

Ministers in the Victorian government remain in crisis meetings this morning over the details of the changes to be announced by the Premier Daniel Andrews this afternoon.

And Victoria’s crisis council of cabinet, which was established to combat coronavirus, is right now meeting to discuss the impact of new restrictions.

Health authorities are expected to announce 429 new infections in Victoria today. More than 11,500 cases have already been confirmed in the state.


From Max Igan


Millions Locked Down Under 

Draconian Covid Rules in 


2 August, 2020

Submitted by Mish Shedlock of MishTalk

To combat a Covid outbreak, Melbourne initiated its most severe restrictions yet. Victoria, Australia Declares 'State of Disaster,' Locking Down Millions in Melbourne.
The premier of Victoria plunged the region into a "state of disaster" on Sunday, announcing even stricter lockdown measures, introducing a nightly curfew and banning virtually all trips outdoors after Australia's second largest state recorded 671 new infections in a single day.
Daniel Andrews told Victorians at a news conference that "we have to do more, and we have to do more right now," as the state battles to contain a devastating coronavirus outbreak that had already stripped residents of their freedoms, livelihoods and social interactions and made it an outlier from the rest of the country.
New Rules
  • "Where you slept last night is where you'll need to stay for the next six weeks."
  • Curfew between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m.
  • Only one person per household will be allowed to leave their homes once a day -- outside of curfew hours -- to pick up essential goods, and they must stay within a 5 kilometer radius of their home unless nearest shop is over 5 KM away.
  • Exercise can be taken for up to an hour a day, with one other person, but still within five kilometers of a person's home. 
What's Going On?

Australia Total Covid Cases
Daily New Cases

Total Coronavirus Deaths 
Questions of the Day
  1. Do these measures fit the outbreak?
  2. What if someone was in a hotel? Someone else's house? 
I expect there are some exceptions but we have not seen anything like this outside of China and a few cities in Italy. 
Meanwhile in the US

If we were to lock down hard for a month or six weeks, we could get the case count down so that our testing and our contact tracing was actually enough to control it,” Kashkari said.
Fed Independence?

The Fed hollers every time Trump or Congress meddles in monetary policy, but the Fed repeatedly meddles in fiscal policy.
And here's a new one: The Fed is willing to interject its beliefs about medical policy as well.

Ardern halts Trans-Tasman travel plans over Victoria