New Video : Pretzel Logic

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  1. Michael Spencer says:

    I have tried many times to get in, but I suspect that the censorship machine has struck!

    I keep getting the message: Media error: Format(s) not supported or source(s) not found

    Surely it can’t be the ‘Big Tech’ machine in operation Tony? They’d never try to censor you – would they? (Unfortunately this present format does not allow for a flying pig to be displayed!)

  2. Tom Bauch says:

    Sadly, the “vaccines” do not actually fit the definition of a vaccine. They are genetically modifying substances, not antibody creating substances created from the disease. I’d encourage you to do a segment on them, as people are hearing “vaccine” when actually the injections are modifying the human genome, our RNA. Never been done before, with a test period of months. Actually scary. No idea what the long term effects are, and already seeing some reports of bad side effects, usually related to allergy issues.

    • John Francis says:

      There has never been an approved mRNA or genetic coded biological to be used for human beings as a vaccine. Ever.
      This mRNA has little soldier microphages, however, and they will keep the mRNA in line, not allowing it inside the nucleus.

    • Andre Rohde garder says:

      Thats right, it is – by definition – not a vaccine, its a treatment.

      But if you called it a treatment you would have to compare it with other treatments like malariamedicine or Ivermectin and theres no big money in that.

      So nice to see Ivermectin getting listed by the way, now let it go viral…


  3. Gerald Machnee says:

    I can easily identify which people watch too much CNN when the conversation shifts to masks or Trump.

    • Rory Forbes says:

      Hey, I just encountered a scary level of ignorance from a med-teck, in a hospital, doing my pulmonary efficiency test. She was convinced that wearing masks will be the “new normal” and saw nothing wrong with that or the lock-downs. LOL … she wouldn’t even allow herself to listen to any contradictory information. These people “know what they know” (in an AOC sense) and have their own truth (in an Oprah sense). It’s blood scary.

  4. Rory Forbes says:

    We are at a point where not believing all these nonsense pandemic announcements is scarier than the risk of infection from he disease. The alternative to believing the official lies means exposing people to the void … if we can’t trust big government we’re lost.

    • Governments rely on ‘advisers’, as most representatives of the people in most nominal democracies are lawyers, knowing sod all about science. Also, they choose as advisers people who think like they do. The idealistic scientist who is motivated simply by the desire to make the world a better place is incomprehensible to them. They will always turn to fellow crooks. Honour amongst thieves.

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      • Rory Forbes says:

        From C. S. Lewis, from his 1948 book God in the Dock: Essays on Theology:

        “Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience. They may be more likely to go to Heaven yet at the same time likelier to make a Hell of earth. This very kindness stings with intolerable insult. To be “cured” against one’s will and cured of states which we may not regard as disease is to be put on a level of those who have not yet reached the age of reason or those who never will; to be classed with infants, imbeciles, and domestic animals.’

  5. I am quite confident that the BBC will report deaths due to the vaccine as ‘corona virus deaths’, hence inflating the already ludicrously inflated figures. I wonder if the general public really is so stupid to believe the absurd figures of 1500 deaths per day which has actually been reported. We should be tripping over bodies in the streets and carts would be wheeled around the cities to the lugubrious call of ‘bring out your dead’. Baa, Baaa.

  6. Garner Clay says:

    Read Eric Vogelin’s “New Science of Politics” (1952)

    Fascinating insight . . .

    “ The study of the phenomenon in its contemporary varieties, however, has become more difficult than it was at Hooker’s time. In the sixteenth century the dream world and the real world were still held apart terminologically through the Christian symbolism of the two worlds. The disease, and its special variety, could be diagnosed easily because the patient himself was supremely conscious that the new world was not the world in which he lived in reality.’’

    ‘Christians understood fantasy’

    “With radical immanentization the dream world has blended into the real world terminologically; the obsession of replacing the world of reality by the transfigured dream world has become the obsession of the one world in which the dreamers adopt the vocabulary of reality, while changing its meaning, as if the dream were reality.

    Now, goal to twist dreams into reality.

    “An example will best show the nature of the difficulty for the student. In classic and Christian ethics the first of the moral virtues is sophia or prudentia, because without adequate understanding of the structure of reality, including the conditio humana, moral action with rational co-ordination of means and ends is hardly possible. In the Gnostic dream world, on the other hand, nonrecognition of reality is the first principle.’’

    Wisdom is the enemy

    “ As a consequence, types of action which in the real world would be considered as morally insane because of the real effects which they have will be considered moral in the dream world because they intended an entirely different effect.’’

    “Sweet is bitter, bitter is sweet” — Isaiah 6.

    “The gap between intended and real effect will be imputed not to the Gnostic immorality of ignoring the structure of reality but to the immorality of some other person or society that does not behave as it should behave according to the dream conception of cause and effect. The interpretation of moral insanity as morality, and of the virtues of sophia and prudentia as immorality, is a confusion difficult to unravel. And the task is not facilitated by the readiness of the dreamers to stigmatize the attempt at critical clarification as an immoral enterprise.’’

    Thinking about cause and effect is . . . wicked!


  7. Bob Gutjahr says:

    It seems self-defeating to post the truncated version of videos on both YouTube and in your feed at NewTube. It promotes YouTube to a place of convenience to find the full-length version rather than incenting people to leave YouTube.

  8. Donna says:

    Flu seems to be disappearing because they are calling it covid-19.

    Of course, it does not make any sense unless you look at it from the perspective of control. If people are afraid of a virus that they perceive as deadly, they are more willing to comply with the orders from the government or the health directors.

  9. rah says:

    Daughter-in-law is an ICU nurse in a hospital in Indianapolis. Her patient work load has been varying a great deal between 1 and 8 patients. Says that currently they have 8 on ventilators and only 1 has COVID and all the patients currently in the ICU on ventilators are over 70 years old.

  10. Frances says:

    One doctor on youtube uses ‘vacations’ instead of ‘vacc…es’ to avoid the fact checkers, the algorithms, automatically removing his presentation.

  11. Bruce says:

    Perhaps we need a new label to replace Covid/Chinese/Wuhan “Pandemic”. I would suggest Seasonal Flu/ Severe Flu “Manufactured Panic”.

  12. William says:

    Regarding the suspected vaccine related deaths in Norway:

    The report that 23 people died in Norway within days of receiving their first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine was all over the news. What actually happened is a little different from the headline.

    All of the deaths were in frail, elderly patients in nursing homes. Sadly, each week in Norway 400 or so people die (0f natural causes) in nursing homes, so deaths are not unexpected.

    Only 13 of the 23 deaths were even suspected to be related to side effects of the vaccine. Of these, most were common reactions to the vaccine, including fever and nausea. These reactions, “may have contributed to a fatal outcome in some frail patients,” Sigurd Hortemo, chief physician at the Norwegian Medicines Agency, said in a Friday statement but none was definitively causing death.


  13. Thaipixie says:

    The UK has a life expectancy of 82 years. The average age of those who died from C19 is 84 years!!

  14. Dan Murphy says:

    Tony, I love your blog and agree with you much of the time, but even you are not immune from making hair brained statements.

    Saying that flu is disappearing due to being misdiagnosed as Covid-19 is very unlikely because flu almost always causes gastrointestinal issues (vomiting, diarrhea) and these are not Covid-19 symtoms.

    Second, we are just starting to hit the peak flu season, so the jury is still out. But CDC reports that as many as 198M Americans have or will get the flu vaccine this year, which is an all time record. Flu vaccines vary in effectiveness from year to year depending on how the virus mutates over the course of the year, and this year it simply may be more effective. We’ll have to wait for the flu season to progress to see if that is the case.

    Other reasons for a decrease in flu this year could simply be that people are not interacting as much due to covid restrictions, social distancing, and self isolating. Travel to/from Asia, where the flu originates each year, is way down, and people are prevented from traveling if they have temperatures, so it could also be that infected people are simply not entering the US.

    Be more careful with your allegations. Making silly statements that don’t consider all the data and possibilities diminishes your credibility, giving your critics and opportunity to marginalize your valid points.

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