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Yesterday, New Year’s Day 2023, I posted a link to a Darkhorse episode on my Twitter feed with some words. I went to sleep and then just before dawn my mind starting waking and writing. By 5 am I had this article written in my mind so I started to type after my coffee was made. This is an important article.
No one here knows this about me, but New Year’s Day is what I call bad luck day. When I was around the age of 17, I decided to go tobogganing with my brother on the old snow covered mound near our house in Paradise, Newfoundland.
This day would change my life, albeit, in a superficial way. My brother took to the toboggan - standing up - at the top of the mound, took the ‘reins’ and went all the way down without falling and I thought it was so impressive that, of course, I had to do it too. So I retrieved the toboggan, brought it up the to the top of the mound, put one foot on, grabbed the reins and then put the other foot on. Down I went. And I mean: down I went. Somewhere about half-way down I fell and landed face first onto the mound. Now unfortunately for my face, I had managed to find the only rock that wasn’t buried in snow, and knocked out half of my front left tooth in doing so. Have you guys ever experienced nerve ending pain from exposure in a tooth in the cold winter air? It’s an insanely awful and painful sensation. I stood up and looked at my brother and felt the missing tooth with my tongue and screamed at my brother: “Do I still have a tooth?!” He kind of laughed and said something obnoxious like: “It’s not that bad.” That’s when I knew it was bad.
It was New Year’s Day. No dentists open. I had to wait 3 entire days to get it looked at and a little more to get it capped. The dentist did a great job, by the way. I couldn’t eat because even air hurt when it passed the open place where my tooth used to live. I never did find the missing tooth piece. My DNA is still there on that mound, no doubt. Since then, probably due to anticipatory induction, I have had no luck on New Year’s Day. I even learned later in my life to not do stuff I normally would do on this day, just out of excessive cautiousness. Isn’t that ridiculous?
So that’s why, until today, I have been ‘very careful’ on New Year’s Day and have a left tooth that’s never been quite right, or white, since then.
Yesterday kind of changed this - which is also: kind of big! And I have Heather Heying to thank. Heather Heying is an evolutionary biologist and a writer. She co-hosts the Darkhorse Podcast with her hubby Bret Weinstein and it is the 155th DarkHorse Podcast Livestream entitled: Unnatural Anti-Immunity, that I would like to acknowledge here in this piece. By the way, I think that partnering in both work and love creates exceptional synergistic force and power.
I quote her from this episode of the podcast where she describes why she thinks my writing and work is valuable after Bret raises its content value (thank you Bret). This is my own transcription of her words, as I replayed the episode from time stamp 1:28:00 - at half speed. Take into account that this is verbatim speak (people generally don’t speak as they write) but amazingly, her words need no explanation as she spoke them: it’s very clear what she was communicating. She begins by referencing my Substack post that you can read here:
Can I say before you go on I’ve not seen this post before - but I’m looking at it - and for those just listening - she starts the very beginning of the article which is entitled: “IgG4-related disease (IgG4RD) means FIBROSIS and organ destruction - that leads to death, eventually”. The article begins: “Lets get some definitions out of the way”. She defines fibrosis, connective tissue, collagen, Type I (III) collagen and presumably more. And just that, starting with that right up front so that the reader can - if they don’t already own those terms in their head and they can read them without having to refer back - they know exactly where to find them and you compare that to the Science Immunology paper - which I think was well done - um, but I ended up highlighting all of the these acronyms through it just as a way, like the first time they would use them, like, I can’t keep track of all of this. And so, this is not new, um, but, even the way that Rose has written her piece there - which I haven’t read, I immediately know that she is at least she attempting to be a clear communicator such that people can come to their own conclusions. And that’s not standard scientific communication style in part because it takes more words, and paper used to be at a premium, and journals used to be printed on paper. Like that’s the sort of explanation for why you have this really tight sort of, telepathic scientific writing style. Ah, but there’s not much excuse for that now, and even just having a little side bar glossary for all the terms on a paper like this would help a lot and that does… it creates a barrier to entry for almost everybody. The way that that Rose article looks like it shouldn’t have. Really.
I don’t think that her article has that barrier to entry. She’s inviting everyone in to read and to assess and frankly this is part of what those who would erect the barriers to entry really don’t want us doing. They don’t like what we’re doing, they presumably don’t like what she’s doing, they don’t like a lot of what these doctors and researchers are doing - saying: “You know what: I actually did train in something like this, or related to this, and I can assess these things and so I am going to communicate to all y’alls who don’t necessarily, you know, want to read Science Immunology, but we can assess it and say something about what it actually says”. And for many that is basically a breach - a breach of a contract between ‘elite’ and ‘not elite’; between ‘educated’ and ‘not educated’ - it brings power and agency back to people where it belongs.
HERE. HEAR. And thank you for seeing me.
The reason this struck me so hard is because she excellently communicated my process. Kind of freaky. We’ve never spoken; but she can see my insides. How cool is that? She knows and understands why I am spending so much more time writing this stuff up in the way that I do and she was able to tell everyone else this in a clear and concise way.
I immediately know that she is at least she attempting to be a clear communicator such that people can come to their own conclusions.
That is precisely my intention.
She not only understands why, but she understands the value in helping others to understand why breaching these ‘contracts’ is not only a good idea, but necessary.
She’s inviting everyone in to read and to assess and frankly this is part of what those who would erect the barriers to entry really don’t want us doing.
Yes! I am. Come on in! The wine is poured.
We are being force fed lies by ad agencies, social media and legacy media - constantly. Many of these lies are based in the bastardization of basic concepts in science, like natural immunity, for example, or even what it simply means to be alive. Top this bastardization off with re-defining words like ‘vaccine’ and censoring scientific discourse and what do you get? You get a pretentious, false version of a story whose origins are born from falsehoods, in the first place, and the greatest self-imposed disaster of our time, that may have very long-lasting, negative repercussions.
I do want to breach the dam of misunderstanding and I do want the lies to be revealed. And I know that I don’t need anyone’s permission to want these things, or to act on trying to see them realized. In the beginning of the movie ‘The Big Short’, the narrator says that Wall Streeters intentionally use big words to make people feel stupid, or to make them simply turn away from the subject matter altogether, out of boredom, when faced with terminologies like ‘collateralized debt obligation (CDO)’. Although it’s a movie, I think this is indeed a real Wall Street ‘thing’, and I know it’s a ‘thing’ in Science. I think this ‘thing’ is very much an intentional attempt to cordon-off the truth of a matter - and the truth of the matter is that, in many cases, things are not as complex as they may seem because they have words attached to them to make them sound so. For example, cat poop is still cat poop if you call it Feces Felidae.
Imagine if people called things what they were - how different our world would be! ‘I would like to sell you on this pile of junk bonds and call it a CDO to sound smart, Mr. Sucker! Enjoy!’ Housing market crashes…
I am not saying we don’t need fancy Latin phrases to describe biological entities and such, no no - it’s fun to do so! Carpe diem! But when it’s used as a tactic to keep people ‘not in the know’, then I think it’s time to re-define using easy to understand explanations and words that don’t alienate everyone out of the conversation. The conversation I would like to refer everyone to now, is the one that we’re not having, as a whole.
There is something very wrong in the world today. For example, Sudden Adult Death Syndrome has become a ‘thing’. Do you guys understand that this is the same tactic I described above? It’s putting some words or an acronym on something that equates to previously healthy adult people dropping dead for no reason. If they called it what it was, they wouldn’t be able to scare people into thinking that it’s because of climate change that these people are dropping like flies, and not because of… something else. Say something that they were injected with? Or perhaps constant excessive exposure to EMFs? Oh and no one is actually going to try to figure out why these people are dropping dead. It must be climate change, right? You watch. The next lockdown attempt will be enforced under the guise of ‘saving you from SADS’ because the planet is imploding. I have an idea, how about you stop exploiting developing countries and polluting every bit of land and water you see? How about that? Maybe that would make Greta happy.
Nature is a complex thing, a wonderful thing, and immunology is incredibly complex on its own, but in this current world we live in, where every single human being (and soon animals) is being told to inject themselves with products with as yet unknown long-term immunological effects, I think it’s time that everybody actually know what immunity actually is and what vaccination actually is.
That’s why I do what I am doing. I want everyone informed as much as they can be, so that they can make up their own minds about what’s best for them, and their families.
I think the conversation about the basics has been intentionally omitted, simply to keep a profit and control machine and enterprise running. People dying and getting perpetually sick is collateral damage, according to this enterprise, and that’s not ok with me. Especially, in the most recent COVID injectables context, since most people still have no idea that these particular injections that are being touted as ‘(conventional) vaccinations’, are no such thing. Not by any stretch of any imagination.
I don’t believe in drawing distinctions between people based on perceived value - especially when the ‘value’ is based on the baseless - like ‘currency’. I believe that every single living thing inherently has value. And when people have understanding, they can exert their value by making up their own minds. By being the individual that they are. By being the creative that no one else is.
My creative outlet seems to have become writing. I try my very best to be accurate in my own understanding and descriptions of the subject matter I write on, and I often do use definitions in my articles so that as a foundation, we can at least all agree on base definitions. I believe fully in transparent discourse and have found Substack to most useful as a peer-review writing platform. Seriously.
So once again Heather, from the bottom of my heart, thank you for seeing me and for publicly remarking on this see-ing.
P.S. We simply don’t know enough yet to definitively say how this is going to end. Yes, Pandora’s Box has been opened, and we will have to deal with the consequences. Together.
But in the meantime, don’t feel that you cannot understand what’s going on in the Science world. Fauci is not the science. He is a science experiment like the rest of us. One that likely got infected with a pathogenic strain of bacteria, no doubt, but still, an ongoing experiment. We are each a unique science experiment simply by our existences and thus, we can choose to be studied, or to be the studiers. I choose the latter in this particular context. Thanks.