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Watch “CDC Suddenly Concerned About Covid ‘False Positive’ Tests?” on YouTube

Posted by M. C. on May 3, 2021

The CDC has issued new guidelines for measuring “breakthrough” Covid cases (a vaccinated person contracting the virus), recommending that the PCR test cycles be dialed down to below 28 to avoid false positives. False positives could undermine support for the vaccine. This move makes sense…but what about an entire year of testing the general population with a cycle of 40 or above? Are some false positives more equal than others?

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The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity : Refusal to Talk with Contact Tracers a Crime?

Posted by M. C. on July 7, 2020

One might not want to submit to an unconstitutional search of one’s mind. One might not want to submit to a police state measure. Mr. Day is way off base in his remark about “ignorance, stupidity, or obstinance” being the cause of evading the contact tracers.

Who owns the contents of your mind? Do you own them, or does Rockland County and its contact tracers?


Prior to arrest of a suspect of a crime, “The officer is free to ask questions before an arrest, but must inform the suspect that the questioning is voluntary and that he or she is free to leave at any time.”

“After placing the suspect under arrest, the officer will say something similar to, ‘You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have a right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you.’”

If a crime suspect need not say a word, having a right to remain silent, doesn’t a person allegedly in contact with a coronavirus-infected person, have the same right to remain silent? The person thought to be in contact is not a suspect in a crime, after all. Doesn’t freedom of speech include this right to remain silent?


Officials in New York’s Rockland County announced on Wednesday that they had issued subpoenas to eight people allegedly infected by the coronavirus for refusing to speak with contact tracers voluntarily.

‘The health of our county’ will not be ‘compromised because of ignorance, stupidity, or obstinance,’ Ed Day, the county executive, told reporters.

‘Failure to comply will be costly: $2,000 per day,’ Patricia Rupert, the county’s health commissioner, added, referring to the subpoenas, according to the Hill.

There are sound reasons to refuse to talk. One might be forced to be tested. The result might be a two-week quarantine. A test might be a false positive. One might be snitching on other people and not want to live with such behavior. One might not want to submit to an unconstitutional search of one’s mind. One might not want to submit to a police state measure. Mr. Day is way off base in his remark about “ignorance, stupidity, or obstinance” being the cause of evading the contact tracers.

Who owns the contents of your mind? Do you own them, or does Rockland County and its contact tracers?

This news item is infuriating. Looting a person’s mind under threat of excessive fines for no crime, also violating the Fifth Amendment, is on a par with smashing a window and looting a pair of sneakers. It actually is worse. The notion of a thoughtcrime is worse, because it invades your being.

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Jon Rappoport’s Blog « Contact Tracing

Posted by M. C. on June 2, 2020
“Hi Hank. So glad your deli is
finally open. I’ll have the Fauci baloney on rye with apocalypse sauce
and extra Birx pickles on the side…you know, the sandwich with the tiny
microchip in it…”

by Jon Rappoport

So I chose a state at random and started to look at their rollout of
contact tracing. The first group I found—what were they? A non-profit,
a government agency, a bunch of nameless robots with cushy jobs pulling
down secure paychecks for the rest of their lives?

Finally, on their site, way down on a page, I saw references to a
CEO. They’re a company. A business. Their new money maker is hiring,
training, and launching contact tracers.

They’re collaborating with two other groups I’ve never heard of, and
all three groups are plugged into state public health officials.

It’s as if these people want to conceal themselves, or perhaps more
accurately, distance themselves from the population, in their “vital

“Thanks for getting in touch with your question, Mr. Citizen.
Actually, that contact tracing issue comes under the CVDR. You can
contact them at their office. They may in turn refer you to the BGTD or
the GKTH2V…”

Vagueness is the cardinal feature of the whole contact tracing
program. Intentionally so. Words like “could” and “may” show up at key
junctures. We could do this, we may do that.

For example, when some pleasant android of the State shows up at your
home and knocks on the door, because you shopped at a hole-in- the-wall
hardware store where an employee was later found to be “positive for,”
or “infected by,” or “sick from” (which one is it?) the virus, and this
contact tracer asks you about your health, and asks you to get tested,
what happens if you say NO?

Are you put into isolation in your home, alone? For 10 days?
Fourteen days? Do other people in the home have to leave? Do you have
to leave? Do they take you to some fleabag hotel prison and put you in a
room and deny you visitors? If so, for how long? Suppose, while in
the fleabag, you still refuse to get tested? Do they keep you there for
a year? The rest of your life? Suppose you start coughing in the
middle of the night because the room is full of mold? Do they break in
and hold you down and take a swab and test it and then ship you with
your brand new false-positive result to a hospital and put you on a
ventilator? Meanwhile, are your children sent to live with relatives,
or are they hustled into foster care? And if the vaccine has been
approved, do they shoot you with it whether you consent or refuse? If
they let you refuse, do they extend your stay at the fleabag hotel? For
how long?

State governors are running the following psyop: “Yes, we’re opening
up the economy, but this is CONTINGENT on doing more and more contact
tracing and testing.” On a national level, Pelosi tried to make that
point the other day, but her Thorazine kept kicking in and caused gaps
in her speech. Finally, she managed to remember—“It’s the three t’s;
tracing, testing, and treatment.” Really. She and Joe Biden should run
together on the Mental Lapse ticket in the fall.

Go ahead. Read the CDC guidelines on contact tracing. Read HR 6666
and the new Hero Bill. Try to figure out EXACTLY how the tracing
program works. Count how many holes there are in the Swiss Cheese.

The bottom line is: they’ll do what they can get away with. They’ll make up reasons for doing it.

They’ll tap into every latent little fascist in your community and
put them to work tracing and snitching and testing and shooting up as
many people as possible. Including you.

“Hi, Jolene. What are you doing here? I thought you were cleaning
teeth at Dr. Homunculus’ office? What? You’re a contact tracer now?
It’s not enough to pretend you’re a Hell’s Angel chick on weekends?
You’re now an agent of the State? What’s that patch on your sleeve?
Didn’t the Stasi wear that in East Germany?”

In India, the government has released a contact tracing app. It’s
voluntary and mandatory. In “containment areas,” you have to have it.
Apparently, it’s been accepted on a hundred million cell phones so far.
Well, it would be. Don’t leave home without it. Otherwise, you can’t
gain access to work, or stores. India is chasing China for
most-repressive-government awards.

Of course, it’s happening in America, too. “We’d love to get you on
board. Install our new app and let us spy on you 24/7. It’s fun.
We’re all in this spying together. It’s Heaven on Earth. By the way,
your employer won’t let you work at the office without the app.”

Here, from the CDC, are a few statements about contact tracing.

“Based on our current knowledge, a close contact is someone who was
within 6 feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting
from 48 hours before illness onset until the time the patient is
isolated. They should stay home, maintain social distancing, and
self-monitor until 14 days from the last date of exposure.”

The precision is breathtaking, isn’t it? And they’re talking about
“close contacts.” Do the same rules apply to “ordinary contacts?”
They’re really going to try to estimate the “48 hours before” and the
“15 minutes?” Does the contact who maintains social distancing at home
stay at least six feet away from other family members at all times for
14 days? The answer: yes. Are you kidding?

“Contacts are encouraged to stay home and maintain social distance
from others (at least 6 feet) until 14 days after their last exposure,
in case they also become ill. They should monitor themselves by checking
their temperature twice daily and watching for cough or shortness of
breath [hopefully inducing fear and consequent illness]. To the extent
possible, public health staff should check in with contacts to make sure
they are self-monitoring and have not developed symptoms. Contacts who
develop symptoms should promptly isolate themselves and notify public
health staff. They should be promptly evaluated for infection and for
the need for medical care.”

So, again…just because you came in contact with someone who is
“infected,” you need to self-isolate at home, more than six feet apart
from family members, for 14 days? Yes.

“If possible, contacts should be asked to voluntarily stay home,
monitor themselves, and maintain social distancing from others.
However, health departments have the authority to issue legal orders of
quarantine, should the situation warrant that measure.”

Wait. What’s the difference between self-isolating at home and
quarantine? Well, quarantine must mean everyone except “the contact”
clears out of the house and stays elsewhere; or the contact is taken
from the house and put in a “facility.”

And under what circumstances would quarantine be ordered? Let’s see.
Refusal to get tested. Refusal to maintain the six-feet rule.
Refusal to stay home. Refusal to have a cell phone with the tracing app
installed. Refusal to take the vaccine. That would be my surmise.

Frankly, I prefer a Mussolini approach, if you’re going to install contact tracing:

“Listen up, everyone. The researchers never used proper procedures
to prove a new virus existed in the first place. That, and the fact
that the diagnostic tests churn out false positives like Niagara Falls
in the rainy season, make all case numbers and death numbers
meaningless. The whole COVID narrative is a fairy tale. No need for
masks, gloves, social distancing, or lockdowns. Get it? But we want to
know everything about you 24/7, so we’re doing contact tracing. This
is a police state. Cooperate, or pay the price.”

Contact tracing is just the forward edge of a MUCH larger program of surveillance.

In his devastating article, “The Brave New World of Bill Gates and Big Telecom,”
May 8, 2020, Robert F Kennedy, Jr. writes: “Suppose that computers
discover your [anti-lockdown] beach trip by tracking your movements
using a stream of information from your cell phone, your car, your GPS,
facial recognition technology integrated with real-time surveillance
from satellites, mounted cameras, and implanted chips. Desk-bound
prosecutors or robots will notify you of your violation by text while
simultaneously withdrawing your $1,000 penalty in cryptocurrency from
your payroll account. Welcome to Bill Gates’ America. It’s right around
the corner.”

“Recently, Bill Gates announced his financial support for a $1
billion plan to blanket Earth in video surveillance satellites. The
company, EarthNow, will launch 500 satellites to live-stream monitor
almost every ‘corner’ of the Earth, providing instantaneous video
feedback with only a one-second delay. According to Wikipedia, the
company expects its customers to include ‘governments and large
enterprises.’ 5G Antennas¬¬¬ deploying a vast array of ground-based 5G
spy antennas. Through his Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Gates
purchased 5.3 million Crown Castle shares currently worth a billion
dollars. The Foundation’s second-largest tech holding after Microsoft,
Crown Castle owns 5G infrastructure in every major U.S. market. It
operates and leases more than 40,000 cell towers, 65,000 small cell
nodes which are the central infrastructure for 5G and 75,000 route miles
of fiber to every major U.S. market that, instead of going to your
home, providing you safe, fast, wired internet, has been confiscated to
connect 5G cell towers.”

“Corporations will use Gates’ 5G surveillance system to sell products
and escalate AI capacity. Governments will use it to transition the
globe to a totalitarian singularity more despotic than Orwell ever
imagined. Silicon Valley titans like Elon Musk, Peter Thiel, and
Google’s Chief Engineer Ray Kurzweil talk longingly of ‘transhumanism,’
the process by which humanity will transition to become part-human,
part-machine via genetic engineering and surgical implants.”

“Bill Gates is investing heavily to accelerate this altered reality.
His ambition to tag us all with injected subdermal vaccine data chips
seems to be merely a steppingstone toward an all-encompassing
surveillance state.”

“…Microsoft has patented a sinister technology that utilizes
implanted sensors to monitor body and brain activity. It will reward
compliant humans with crypto currency payments when they perform
assigned activities.”

“The patent, WO [2020] 060606 has gained notoriety and the nickname
‘World Order 2020 666.’ Microsoft describes this device as a ‘Crypto
Currency System’ and explains that it is ‘capable of’ using body
activity data to mine bitcoin in response to compliance with assigned
tasks. People who agree to install the Microsoft harmful wireless
sensors will receive periodic ‘duty’ smart phone instructions to watch a
certain advertisement, listen to a specific song, walk down a specific
grocery store aisle, or to take a certain vaccine. This chip will
collect data from embedded sensors that monitor brain waves, blood flow,
and other body reactions. The system will transfer cryptocurrency into
the subject’s account after completion of the assigned task…”

Contact tracing? It’s a euphemism for Updated Slavery.

In the same way, Google and Facebook were just euphemisms for National Security Agency (NSA) Worldwide.

Memo to police departments everywhere: You know how sensitive and
finicky you are about private citizens videotaping you while you’re on
the job? Well, imagine how a few billion people are beginning to feel
about being surveilled inside and out, all the time. Take a look into
the immediate future. Your work is going to get a lot harder.

I had a dream the other night. As a 100-year-old crone, after
several plastic surgeries, fugitive Tony Fauci was sitting on his
country porch, in an undisclosed location, musing about the long-gone
days when he was king of the hill.

A dusty car pulled up in his driveway. A little fascist contact tracer stepped out and approached him.

“Hello, sir,” the tracer said. “Just here to check your body temperature…what’s that noise?”

“Oh,” Fauci said, “some old-school equipment cranking up. Pals of
mine at…installed it. You know, video cameras, movement sensors, remote
fever guns. They’re checking your temp right now. Laser probes are
taking a readout of your brain waves, blood flow, adrenaline levels.
That sort of thing.”

Fauci glances at his cell phone. “I see you bought two porn site
memberships on the Dark Web last week. Your wife is filing for divorce.
Oh…better watch out. Her lawyer is a tiger. And that Walmart
robbery? The cops have you down as a person of interest. Now what was
it you wanted?”

The tracer tries to stand his ground. But as he looks around, he
spots a group of men standing at the edge of the woods looking at him.
“Who are they?” he says.

“Some locals,” Fauci says. “They set fires in certain key locations.”

“What? What the hell does that mean?”

Fauci shrugs. “You’d have to ask them. Back in the day, they were
dispossessed during the COVID lockdown. They didn’t like that. I hear

“What rumors?”

“They’ve found a way to reverse-vector 5G. They send it back where it came from.”

Agitated—“Where did it come from?”

“Who knows? But I hear wherever that is, it doesn’t exist anymore.
Don’t pay any attention to me. I’m just an old man. Out of the loop
for long time.”

The tracer turns around and stumbles back to his car.

When he’s gone, another man steps out of the house and sits down next
to Fauci. He has a long beard. He’s wearing a baseball cap pulled
down low, and shades.

It’s Bill Gates.

Fauci says, “I gave you a few days of sanctuary, Bill, because I
needed company. But I think it’s time you took off. It’s not safe for
you, and it wouldn’t be safe for me, if a few of the good old boys in
the neighborhood found out you’re here. Know what I mean?”

Bill nods. “I had it going for a while,” he says. “I really thought we could…but then…”

“Face it, Bill. You didn’t think it through. Not far enough. Your
projections were based on incomplete data. About people. About how
much surveillance they would stand for. About how many brain-damaged
kids from your vaccines they would allow before they revolted…”

“But why? Why would I make such obvious mistakes?”

“Maybe it’s a genetic flaw in you, Bill. You should think about getting that fixed.”

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Mom of Newborn Reported to State for Eating a Poppy Seed Bagel – Hit & Run :

Posted by M. C. on August 12, 2018

(Drug) War is a racket and no one is safe.

When a mother in labor seemed to test positive for opiates, that alone was enough to get her reported for drug use. To make matters worse, she claimed that she hadn’t actually been using drugs.

Baltimore County mother Elizabeth Eden was in labor at St. Joseph Medical Center when a doctor informed her that she tested positive for opiates, WBAL-TV reports. Earlier that day, Eden had consumed a poppy seed bagel. She remembered hearing in a health class that the poppy seeds could lead to a false positive in a drug test.

“I said, ‘Well, can you test me again? And I ate a poppy seed bagel this morning for breakfast,’ and she said, ‘No, you’ve been reported to the state,'” Eden recalled. After giving birth, Eden’s daughter, Beatrice, was forced to remain in the hospital for five days. Eden was also assigned a caseworker, who conducted a home check. When the caseworker concluded that the poppy seed defense was legitimate, the case was closed. Still, Eden called the ordeal “traumatizing.”… Read the rest of this entry »

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