When The FBI Does It, That Means That It’s Not Illegal

Federal agencies paid out at least $548 million to informants working for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), in recent years, according to government audits.

• A few informants became millionaires, with some Amtrak and “parcel” delivery workers making nearly $1 million or more.
• Many informants were authorized to commit “crimes” with the permission of their federal handlers. In a four-year period, there were 22,800 crime authorizations (2011-2014).
• The FBI paid approximately $294 million (FY2012-2018), the DEA paid at least $237 million (FY2011-2015), and ATF paid approximately $17.2 million total (FY2012-2015) to informants.

More: For the first time in memory, conservatives now connect the FBI hierarchy with bureaucratic bloat, political bias and even illegality.

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A discussion you won’t see on the CBC

Grab a coffee and take the time to listen to this group of experts engaging in the kind of open discussion that we desperately need to have today. Geert Vanden Bossche is one of the participants. The most common observation is that today’s mass vaccination program is completely ignoring the role that innate immunity needs to play in the fight against Covid.

“…it worries me that these leaky, incomplete, sub-optimal vaccines are immunotherapy of an unknown kind of consequence…”

Connecting Two Disparate Dots

Yesterday afternoon I had a long phone conversation with a childhood friend I grew up with in Vancouver and his wife. We spent much of the time talking about Covid and the insanity around it. He then asked me why I was skeptical about being vaccinated. I responded that I was not at all against vaccinations. In fact, I willingly got a tetanus shot a few weeks ago. What am I adamantly against are vaccine mandates and penalties for anyone who refuses the jabs. The logic behind this insistence hasn’t stood up against even the simplest questions.

Then a very different topic ran across my mind and I said, “I’m now going to explain the #1 reason I’m skeptical of the Covid jabs but will come at it from a completely different angle. See if you can connect the dots before I explain.” Shortly afterwards, this video appeared on my YouTube feed and Carl Benjamin parallels what I said very closely:

In point of fact, with my friends, I mostly focused on how the Waukesha tragedy had been memory-holed (hidden) within 48 hours after it happened. Why? Because it didn’t fit the media’s narrative.

Does it surprise anyone that the same despicable people who have so easily spit on the graves of those murdered on November 21st, would have any moral qualms about spinning a wide web of lies, half-truths, and obfuscations about a pandemic that occurred nearly two years ago?!? I will forever listen to everything they say with great skepticism. And, as I’ve done all of my life, will politely ask questions about anything that doesn’t make sense to me. Questions like these, for example.

The Covid Kardashian’s

Jordan Schachtel- There is no such thing as a public health expert

Fauci is not a public health expert, he’s a power drunk immunologist. Bill Gates is not a public health expert, he’s a maniacal technocrat. The CDC and WHO do not possess public health expertise, they are bloated bureaucracies offering historically poor recommendations for dealing with disease spread and other societal issues.

University of Saskatchewan: Some Identities Are More Equal Than Others

Your weekly reminder that Bruce Jenner is a woman,

“Trans health is a clinical interest of mine,” said Clark, who is a family doctor based in Regina and a faculty member in USask’s Department of Academic Family Medicine.

When she was training as a resident, Clark was working with a trans and gender diverse patient to prescribe them hormone therapy.

And Carrie Bourassa is not an Indian.

Carrie Bourassa – a scientific director of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research’s Institute of Indigenous Peoples’ Health and a professor at the University of Saskatchewan – is being investigated after her claims to an indigenous ancestry proved false.

The university hired Jean Teillet, a Métis lawyer, to probe Bourassa’s indigenous claims and will mainly focus on whether or not she misrepresents herself, according to CBC. Bourassa was put on leave earlier this month.

That is all.

Screw This

Dr Yusef Smith- I just quit being a doctor for the NHS. Here are 12 reflections:

You aren’t paid your worth in healthcare. £1800/month for my hours isn’t enough to keep me here. Apply the same time, energy & training to other fields, and you’d see 10x the return. There’s easier ways to earn £1800 without 7+ years of training/exams/sweat/nightshifts.

Americans don’t get it. Over here, the financials are completely removed from our individual clinical decisions. I can say that with absolute confidence.

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