"The more political the topic, the less reliable is Wikipedia." -Mathew's Law
This past Tuesday, I gave a talk during a webinar by the people at StopVaxPassports.org that was largely aimed at discussions surrounding Natural Immunity. I did not at the time realize that Frank Gaffney was emceeing the webinar. I recall seeing him talk on TV when I was growing up, and it is amusing to see Wikipedia now begins its characterization of him as a "conspiracy theorist" right from the get-go. And that is one of the reasons for Campfire.wiki.
For anyone who wants to watch, I am introduced at 19:36.
I enjoyed the talks and learned plenty from the rest of the panel. It was time well spent. While there were a number of excellent speakers, I have to say that Dr. Henry Ealy stands out as a truly excellent presenter on these current events.
Not a Pandemic of the Unvaccinated
Earlier today I was pointed to this article in The Expose showing that 4 in every 5 COVID-19 deaths in England since August are among the fully vaccinated. Steve Kirsch wanted my quick opinion on the data after talking about it with Dr. Robert Malone (now on substack).
I had to be very brief since I was running out the door, but I said that much like my analysis here on the UK data on all-cause mortality, a solid analysis would require some risk-adjustment (which I did for age only, which probably leave a bit of a bias, but I suspect that bias would show the unvaccinated doing slightly better in all-cause mortality). However, on my drive, I had a second thought, which is that at least the data shows the absurdity of the "Pandemic of the Unvaccinated" narrative.
If you want a little more color this topic, check out Metatron and el gato malo.
Tonight (soon) at 8:30 PM EST / 5:30 PM PST, I will be in Clubhouse building the Operation Uplift team, with outreach to other like-minded groups. You are welcome to join us.
Finally, here is the text of my talk for paid subscribers: