Dad says FEMA tried to bribe him after teen son’s post-vaccine death

Ernest Ramirez on how FEMA tried to coerce him to change the cause of death for his son after his son died from the Pfizer vaccine.

16-year-old Ernesto Ramirez died of an enlarged heart five days after the jab, according to his autopsy which showed his heart was double the normal size. This story documents a father’s struggle for answers and justice. My exclusive report:

Following the death of his son, Ramirez decided to raise awareness around the issue. So he launched a GoFundMe page—but soon found his page deleted for “prohibited conduct” and his donations forfeited.

“Let me clear one thing up I am not telling anyone what to do you are all grown people all old enough to make up your own mind I’m just trying to tell people what happened to me and my son CDC put out a report saying that the vaccine effected about 60% of the teenage children.” — Ernest Ramirez

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The Death of Merit, by Scott Hogenson | Jan 14, 2023

America has always been a land of opportunity. That’s because our nation was founded as a meritocracy, the wellspring of excellence. This concept is central to American exceptionalism. 

The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were written in a time when almost the entire world was governed by systems of monarchy, absolutism or outright dictatorships that rarely, if ever, recognized individual merit. In this regard, America’s founding was indeed exceptional. 

Leftists detest America’s meritocracy. The reason is simple: recognizing merit means there will be winners and losers, a fact that motivates all of us to try harder with a belief in and reliance upon oneself. 

Those who exhibit greater merit – through hard work, resourcefulness, perseverance, innate aptitude and so forth – usually enjoy more success. Meritocracy motivates us to individualism and excellence, and is hardwired into the DNA of the human race. 

The polar opposite of meritocracy is equality of outcome, which requires the entire society, save for political and cultural elites, to exist at the lowest common denominator. It is the foundation of socialist and communist dictatorships, enforced through violence, because totalitarians know that living life at the lowest common denominator is contrary to human nature and natural law. 

It is no secret that merit is not now, nor has it ever been, universally recognized. The first lesson my father taught me as a very young child was “life isn’t fair,” and time has proved him correct. But the periodic unfairness of life doesn’t mean meritocracies are bad. To paraphrase Winston Churchill, meritocracies are the worst form of society except for all the others that have been tried. 

In making the case against merit, some conflate it with nepotism and fraud, both of which are antithetical to merit. The Harvard Gazette exemplifies this philosophical sleight of hand through this excerpt from Michael Sandel’s book The Tyranny of Merit: What’s Become of the Common Good? 

A recent article in The Atlantic by Xochitl Gonzales is more to the point, if not more eloquent, in its condemnation of merit. She simply declares it cow manure, only in less polished language. 

In recent days, we’ve learned that schools in Virginia have deliberately withheld notification that certain students achieved recognition as National Merit Scholars, which is a very big deal for teenagers applying to college.

Medical schools are diluting their curricula by diverting attention away from medicine and towards ideology in pursuit of identity politics. Merit in the healing arts is being replaced by the appearance and opinions of students. 

Nobody wants to be operated on by a surgeon who has not demonstrated merit. Nobody wants paperboys or lawyers or plumbers or auto mechanics who do not demonstrate merit. If you want to see what America would look like without merit, look no farther than academia. It’s littered with maladroit people who are not burdened by excellence. 

Authoritarians need to attack merit. It is a means of defiling individual effort and reducing society to a collective level that nobody would want to live in. That’s because merit is natural and equality of outcome is entirely unnatural. Supplanting merit with equality of outcome invariably results in a culture that resides somewhere between tragic and deadly.

The destruction of merit is more than an attack on natural law and American society. It’s also an attack on the biblical precepts of human behavior. The Bible has plenty to say about how to live our lives through effort and merit, going back as far as the time of King Solomon. 

The book of Ecclesiastes establishes the link between hard work and happiness. “Go, eat your bread with joy, and drink your wine with a merry heart,” writes the author. He goes on to tell us to enjoy our lives, “because that is your portion in life and in your toil at which you toil under the sun. Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with your might.” 

The Old Testament provides a millennia-old endorsement of effort and merit, older than Christianity. Yes, the concept of merit is natural and biblical, but it is also indispensable to a free and well-functioning society. 

Rational people celebrate merit because it is good. Those who demean it are perverse and seek only to deprive us of our dignity. To American Leftists, the collective is more important than the individual who seeks excellence by demonstrating merit, so merit must be killed. 

One remaining bastion of merit in America is professional sports. Team owners and fans will not tolerate meritless people playing in the NFL, the NBA or any other league. That is why I am a writer and not a receiver for the Minnesota Vikings; I lack the merit for that role. We do not tolerate equality of outcome in professional sports and it should not be tolerated anywhere else in society.  

We are witnessing the slow death of merit in America, and it’s being done for degenerate political purposes. The fight is engaged by totalitarians and normal Americans need to join that fight if we’re going to preserve it. 

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Konstantin Kisin at Oxford Union: Wokeness and climate change agenda have gone too far

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CDC Director Walensky: “Vaccinated people do not carry the virus, do not get sick…”

Short video

“I did not have sexual relations with that woman…” ~President Bill Clinton

Learn to recognize lying.

Making false statements (18 U.S.C.§ 1001) is the common name for the United States federalprocess crime laid out in Section 1001 of Title 18 of the United States Code, which generally prohibits knowingly and willfully making false or fraudulent statements, or concealing information, in “any matter within the jurisdiction” of the federal government of the United States,[1] even by merely denying guilt when asked by a federal agent.[2] A number of notable people have been convicted under the section, including Martha Stewart,[3]Rod Blagojevich,[4]Michael T. Flynn,[5]Rick Gates,[6]Scooter Libby,[7]Bernard Madoff,[8] and Jeffrey Skilling.[9]

The statute spells out this purpose in subsection 18 U.S.C. § 1001(a), which states:

(a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, whoever, in any matter within the jurisdiction of the executive, legislative, or judicial branch of the Government of the United States, knowingly and willfully—

(1) falsifies, conceals, or covers up by any trick, scheme, or device[ , ] a material fact;

(2) makes any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation; or

(3) makes or uses any false writing or document knowing the same to contain any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or entry

shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 5 years or, if the offense involves international or domestic terrorism (as defined in section 2331),[11] imprisoned not more than 8 years, or both….

Caveat: “Both the U.S. Supreme Court and the Florida Second District Court of Appeal have found deception used by police permissible; the U.S. Supreme Court in Frazier v. Cupp (1969), and the Florida Second District Court of Appeal in Florida v. Cayward (1989). Oral deception or lying during questioning to a suspect is permissible and legal, however manufacturing or fabricating evidence is not.”

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The Hydrocarbon Elephant In The Room Newsom Refuses To Address

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German authorities attempting to force vaccination of renowned Jewish composer and holocaust survivor Inna Zhvanetskaya

Renowned Jewish composer and Holocaust survivor Inna Zhvanetskaya is reportedly in hiding with friends after efforts by German authorities to send her to a psychiatric institution where forced Covid vaccines would be administered.

Authorities are prepared to hold  Zhvanetskaya in the facility for a year and forcefully administer the jab.

Zhvanetskaya posted a video on Rumble which describes her situation, ” The Ukrainian-born Jewish composer Inna Zhvanetskaya was sentenced by a German court to one year in a closed psychiatric ward and two forced corona vaccinations. 

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Scientist: ‘There Is No Climate Crisis’ And ‘No Particular Correlation Between CO2 And Temperature’

Source: Scientist: ‘There Is No Climate Crisis’ And ‘No Particular Correlation Between CO2 And Temperature’

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Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche on Covid: “It’s 5 past 12.”

October 11, 2022

This is technical. 40 minutes.

The transcript of the video in available in full, posted below the video, at the link above.

Geert Vanden Bossche, DVM, Ph.D

Co-Founder and CSO, Univac NV, Belgium

Geert Vanden Bossche obtained his DVM at the Veterinary Faculty of Ghent and his PhD in Virology at the University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart. Following his postdoctoral training in virology, immunology and molecular biology at the Free University of Berlin and Hohenheim (Germany), where he subsequently held adjunct faculty appointments, he transitioned to the Vaccine Industry where he served various senior roles in both early and late vaccine development at GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals, Novartis Vaccines & Diagnostics and Solvay Biologicals. He then joined the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to serve as SPO in Vaccine Discovery for Global Health. He is founder of UNIVAC llc in the US and UNIVAC NV in Belgium and visiting scientist at the REGA Institute, University of Leuven (Belgium). Geert is board certified in virology and microbiology, the author of over 30 publications, and inventor on several patent applications. He has presented vaccine- and adjuvant-related topics at multiple international congresses.

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The coldest summer day in Australia and nobody notices

Source: The coldest summer day in Australia and nobody notices

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“Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) recommends against routine universal use of asymptomatic screening for SARS-CoV-2 in healthcare facilities.”

December 22, 2022

Full paper here

Bud’s note: Former VP of Pfizer, vaccinologist, Dr. Michael Yeadon, explains in the following video interview that a-symptomatic patients do not transmit corona virus:

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