in the UK Daily Telegraph last week illustrated a dilemma we all
face. Scientists have admitted that the AstraZeneca
increases the risk of the serious neurological condition
one of the many post-vaccination adverse effects.
identified the jab’s
engineered Trojan horse adenovirus delivery system as possibly to
is a rare condition which causes muscle numbness and pain, and can
hinder movement, walking, swallowing and, sometimes, even breathing.
here’s the rub, the article concludes that despite these serious
side effects, the benefits of Covid vaccines are huge and far
outweigh the risks. In fact, aren’t they wonderful? An AstraZeneca
spokesman, uncritically quoted in the article, crowed that their
vaccine had helped to prevent fifty million infections and five
million hospitalisations. So what are a few GBS cases [and presumably
deaths] compared to that? Their public relations team must have been
working overtime to produce this brazen fabrication, which is
inconsistent with official data.
number of eminent geneticists have cogently and scientifically argued
the reverse—that Covid vaccines are not only ineffective, they have
put and continue to put millions of lives at risk. The UK Daily
Telegraph chose to ignore them.
fast as we realise the extent of the health issues surrounding mRNA
and DNA vaccination, the authorities are busy denying, disguising,
and deleting them. Our latest example: cardiac
health assessments for NZ pilots
are no longer necessary for the under 40s (the age most liable to
mRNA vaccine-induced cardiac injury).
many countries have removed social restrictions associated with the
pandemic, the biotech industry and WHO, along with their government
and media supporters are doubling down on a new age of mandated
scientists involved in the GBS study, which was published in the
a need for more genetic engineering of viruses to try to fix the
adverse effect problems. Prompting us to ask the question is GBS
shorthand for Good Business Sense and pharmaceutical profits ? What
could possibly go wrong?
future direction of medicine
charge towards a risky and daunting medical future is visible
everywhere. A hapless mother who tweeted yesterday that she was
carefully feeding her children fresh natural food, was shouted down
by the troll pack. Didn’t she realise that the presence of
preservatives is essential to maintain health? Aren’t flavours
engineered in a lab to mimic their natural counterparts so much
better and safer?
pandemic restrictions and mandates are still very much to the fore in
New Zealand, but we are hoping for a change in policies. Will this be
question is: Are we going to exit the pandemic into a daring
bioengineered era replete with severe cardiac risk, or will we learn
from the adverse effect carnage of the pandemic and close off the
risks posed by novel biotechnology applications?
consciousness-based understanding of evolution points a way ahead
has been viewed for more than 150 years as driven by random mutations
and adaptive responses to the environment. Yet at the cutting edge of
every adaptive response is a purposeful, sentient act of
Dawkins has not just written one, but a whole string of books seeking
to suggest that evolution is driven by random events devoid of
subjectivity, awareness, and the sanctity of life. He has done so in
the face of the very obvious involvement of subjective
decision-making in evolutionary encounters.
whole endeavour of so-called rational science to exclude subjectivity
has inevitably run into problems as it brushes against the
involvement of the observer.
the heart of physics, measurement
theory and experimental results
have validated the role of the observer. One way to consider this
involves understanding consciousness as primary and matter secondary.
In this view, matter can and does rearrange itself to conform to the
evolving structure of consciousness.
is the interface between matter and consciousness. Has DNA evolved
over the ages to reflect advances in human consciousness, rather than
human consciousness evolving in response to random genetic mutation
as many people still currently believe?
Old Idea of the Genesis of Life and Evolution