In a clear example of Scott Adams’ concept of “two movies on one screen,” Russian authorities are claiming to see an end in sight to the COVID-19 pandemic, whereas United States and European authorities are battening down the hatches and warning of a “dark winter.”
The mayor of Moscow, Sergey Sobyanin, says he sees light at the end of the tunnel vis-à-vis the pandemic. Although Moscow announced a new rule banning large-scale Christmas markets and mass gatherings, bars, restaurants, and cafes will be open for business. Smaller-scale Christmas markets have also sprouted up throughout the city to maintain a sense of holiday cheer.
This appears to strike a balance between being committed to curbing infections while not actively discouraging people from celebrating the holidays. American and European political leaders and scientists, on the other hand, have been more discouraging in their recommendations for how to celebrate Christmas and ring in the New Year.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, for instance, has admonished Americans “to do what you’re told” and that you really shouldn’t be seeing much of your family this Christmas. States like California have advised their population to stay home unless they need to work or run “permitted errands.”
And, naturally, a new strain of COVID-19 that’s ostensibly up to 70 percent more infectious than usual has cropped up in the UK just in time for Christmas. London and surrounding areas have imposed a lockdown about as harsh as the one in March, and many countries have imposed or are considering imposing travel bans from the UK.
COVID-19 cases are on the rise seemingly everywhere in the West, though what is complicating the response is the general populace’s unwillingness to endure new rounds of tighter restrictions and that a de facto two-week holiday period has begun. Cases are also rising in places that have adopted differing strategies, poking holes in the notion that tighter restrictions necessarily lead to better outcomes.
With that in mind, the answer this holiday season is not for the state to get more restrictive on religious and familial gatherings. The pandemic has been ongoing for three-quarters of a calendar year. People by and large know how to make smart decisions for themselves and their families.
GOP Congressman Proposes Bribing Americans with Stimulus Money to Take Experimental COVID Vaccines
How is this fiscally conservative?
A Republican Congressman is proposing to bribe Americans with federal stimulus cash in order to coerce them into getting experimental COVID-19 vaccines that have already shown to produce tremendous negative side-effects.
Congressman Steve Stivers (R-OH) intends to make the next stimulus check contingent upon receiving the controversial and novel vaccinations. Stivers aims to deny $1,400 for ailing Americans desperate for economic relief unless they are stuck with the Big Pharma shots.
“It should be debt for the right things,” Stivers said. “The quickest thing we need to do if we really want to help the American people, is get this economy turned back on — get people back to work, get kids back in school, get ourselves some herd immunity, get the vaccine distributed as quick as we can and get the uptake rate up. That’s why I’d be willing to accept a $1,400 stimulus check if people are willing to take the vaccine.”
Stifers apparently has no qualms about Americans being used as guinea pigs for these experimental shots pushed quickly through the “Operation Warp Speed” program that have many troubling side-effects.
Big League Politics has reported on how men are being warned to freeze their sperm before receiving the COVID vaccine due to fertility concerns:
The fake news media is actually telling men to freeze their sperm before getting a COVID-19 vaccine because it may cause infertility.
The University of Miami is conducting research into the experimental COVID-19 vaccine potentially causing infertility. They are conducting a study to determine whether or not the vaccine has these damaging effects.
“We’re evaluating the sperm parameters and quality before the vaccine and after the vaccine. From the biology of the COVID vaccine we believe it shouldn’t affect fertility but we want to do the study to make sure that man who want to have kids in the future to assure them it’s safe to go ahead and get the vaccine,” said Dr. Ranjith Ramasamy, a reproductive urologist with U Health.
WPLG Local 10 News offered an ominous warning: “To protect fertility, some men may want to consider freezing their sperm prior to vaccination.”
It will not be known for years exactly the negative health impacts that these vaccines will bring about to the public, and Big Pharma will be exempted from all liability coming from the shots. Many Americans have legitimate cause to have concerns about vaccines, and skepticism towards personally receiving it.
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