Open for business this weekend

For the first time in ages a certain website has opened their weekend links to non members. I completely forgot to look here or there until this evening (Saturday). Hope you are having a good weekend, a few links, hurriedly put together below. Most Austrians are aholes and wusses: When inflation gets high, apply numberwang! … Read more

Weekend Links 3/12-5/12

South Australia let in COVID from the ponzi states this week, but only to the fully vaccinated. Notice the big yellow bar on the right of the graph. Pass the popcorn! As we all know, the vaccine isn’t very good at preventing infection. This paper says there is a reduction in the infection rate … Read more

Alan Kohler agrees: #putlaberallast

Kohler, who writes at the New Daily and appears on ABC TV wrote this today: “Perhaps the best permanent answer to branch stacking is more independents, so they get the balance of power in the lower house, and the stackers and stackees can’t run the country unconstrained.” Slowly but surely, the tide is turning.

COVID Spike Proteins and vaccine spike proteins

OK, so in response to Stewie’s concerns about the spike protein and my own, I did some reading. Here’s what I found. First, the spike protein can do damage on its own. SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein Induces Degradation of Junctional Proteins That Maintain Endothelial Barrier Integrity SARS-CoV-2 spike protein alone may cause lung damage Spike Proteins … Read more

Beware of non-natural nucleotides

Since it looks as if I’m going to be forced to take the jab, I’ve been doing some reading about mRNA vaccines and came across this paper, published in March. It’s quite long and I can’t claim to understand all of it. I’ve clipped the section on safety below and noted in particular a … Read more

Election Campaign: #putlaberallast

I’m with the MB commenter formerly known as Gunnamatta: the best way forward for us is to campaign to reduce the liberal and labor parties’ primary votes down. Their mutual connivance around property and migration has gone on so long and is now so deeply embedded it is now no longer unreasonable to suggest that … Read more

Woke Weekend Links (5/5/21-6/5/21)

With some trepidation, I have tried to put myself in the shoes of some of my more social justice oriented acquaintances to compile a weekend links that reflects their interests. I’m not going to throw in many critiques – that’s your job. I don’t do pics and videos. Sorry.

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