Passing Observations 87

Dr Vernon Coleman

This is a long standing series of small items which have caught my eye or mind and which seem relevant, startling, amusing or all three. Occasionally, items which appear here may return as a longer piece. Mostly they will not.

1. Canada seems to be clamping down very tightly on internet freedom. I’ve noticed that a lot fewer Canadians are now accessing my websites. (On the other hand, a lot more government agencies are visiting every day – some of them hundreds of times.)

2. If you die within two weeks of being jabbed with covid-19 mRNA toxic gunk you are officially an unvaxed death. (This is done to reduce the numbers allegedly dying of the jab and to increase the number dying because they are not jabbed. Double whammy victory for the bad guys.)

3. The worst disease in the world is the one you’ve got.

4. Two film fans in the US are suing Universal Pictures because an actress called Ana de Armas (no, nor me) appeared in a trailer for a film in which she didn’t appear. The lawsuit demands at least $5 million in compensation because the viewers were `unhappy’. I like the `at least’.

5. There are no second-class citizens in the world. Just citizens and zombies.

6. A church recently had a notice on its door asking visitors to use the anti-sceptic liquid. Education is a wonderful thing.

7. The word `fact-checker’ is a synonym for `paid liar’.

8. The authorities now want to vaccinate squirrels. Good luck with catching them.

9. Are the jabbed still human? Well, orang-utans and chimps share 97% of human DNA so you don’t have to alter much to turn a human into something else. Cyborgs? Chimera?

10. Red phone boxes may be iconic but they are disappearing from our streets faster than banks. However, if more than 52 calls are made from a phone box in a year then the phone box won’t be removed. We should all find some coins and use the red boxes occasionally to keep them alive. They may well be the last anonymous way to make phone calls.

11. `We have to take out all the lawyers and shoot them like dogs’ – from the film `Jesse James’ starring Tyrone Power.

12. Banks close at lunchtime so that no one uses them. Then it’s easy to close them. Can’t the bank staff see what is happening? They will when they’re fired.

13. The Ervebo vaccine for Ebola was first developed in 2001 but only approved for use in 2019. That’s far more normal than the rapid roll-out of the deadly, toxic covid jab.

14. In Alabama between 1932 and 1972, 399 black men were deliberately denied effective treatment for syphilis to see what happened. Many people around the world are reluctant to accept vaccines of any kind because they believe that one million girls in Kenya were sterilised by substances hidden in vaccines. I think I believe it too.

15. We all have cancers growing in us all the time. Most cancers die and fail. The ones which succeed do so because the environment is perfect. Changing the environment is vital. So, for example, there is evidence showing that breast cancer thrives when a woman’s diet is dairy rich. And sugar rich diets encourage the growth of cancers. And low oxygen levels help cancers grow – that’s why people who wear masks are more likely to develop cancer.

16. A customer who put fake, nasty reviews about a restaurant on Trip Advisor was ordered to pay £7,455 to the owner.

17. A jailed drug company executive called Martin Shkreli was ordered to repay $64.4 million profits made by hiking the price of an anti-parasitic medicine by more than 4,000%. Shkreli is in prison for fraud but continues to control his drug company.

18. Now that Tony Blair has been knighted for services to war crimes, I wonder how many of those who helped support the deadly covid fraud will be rewarded in the honours list. (And why do so many people receive honours simply for doing what they are paid to do?)

19. I am delighted to see that lawyer Reiner Fuellmich is quoted as saying this recently: `The only way to end this is by the people rising up and telling the authorities that this is the end of the line.’ He added: `The courts of law, maybe we can use them to clean things up. But I am afraid that they are not even good for that. Because they are so infiltrated by the other side that we’re going to have to set up a whole new judicial system.’

20. Councils everywhere are cutting down trees. I thought we were supposed to be taking care of trees? One council has removed an entire woodland of mature trees and replanted the area with very young trees as part of the queen’s `green canopy’ project. Brilliant. It will take another 50 years for those young trees to grow to the size of the ones they cut down.

Copyright Vernon Coleman February 2022

Vernon Coleman’s latest novel (largely written before March 2020, since when he has been busy with other things) is called Dr Bullock’s Annals. It is the story of a young general practitioner in Victorian times.