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  1. Judge Orders Fauci to be Deposed on Social Media Censorship Michael P Senger 4 hr ago In a 28-page order, US District Judge Terry Doughty has ordered NIAID Director Anthony Fauci, former White House press secretary Jen Psaki, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, and other leading federal officials in charge of the response to Covid to be deposed in Missouri v. Biden—in which NCLA Legal is representing plaintiffs including Jay Bhattacharya and Martin Kulldorff against the Biden administration for its coercion of social media companies to violate free speech during Covid. Discovery documents in the case previously revealed a vast federal censorship army, with more than 80 federal officials across at least 11 federal agencies having secretly coordinated with social media companies to censor private speech, in what plaintiff Aaron Kheriaty described as potentially “the most serious, coordinated, and large-scale violation of First Amendment free speech rights by the federal government’s executive branch in US history.” “After finding documentation of a collusive relationship between the Biden Administration and social media companies to censor free speech, we immediately filed a motion to get these officials under oath,” Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, attorney for the plaintiffs, said in a statement. “It is high time we shine a light on this censorship enterprise and force these officials to come clean to the American people, and this ruling will allow us to do just that. We’ll keep pressing for the truth.” “For the first time, Dr. Fauci and seven other federal officials responsible for running an unlawful censorship enterprise will have to answer questions under oath about the nature and extent of their communications with tech companies,” said NCLA attorney Jenin Younes. Judge Doughty’s order goes further than a previous ruling for written testimonies. Fauci and the other defendants will now have to testify under oath. Apparently Judge Doughty is no big fan of “America’s doctor.” As the order states: Next, Plaintiffs argue that even if Dr. Fauci can prove he never communicated with social-media platforms about censorship, there are compelling reasons that suggest Dr. Fauci has acted through intermediaries, and acted on behalf of others, in procuring the social-media censorship of credible scientific opinions. Plaintiffs argue that even if Dr. Fauci acted indirectly or as an intermediary on behalf of others, it is still relevant to Plaintiffs’ preliminary injunction motion. The Court agrees. Lastly, Plaintiffs argue that Dr. Fauci’s credibility has been in question on matters related to supposed COVID-19 “misinformation” since 2020. Specifically, Plaintiffs state that Dr. Fauci has made public statements on the efficacy of masks, the percentage of the population needed for herd immunity, NIAID’s funding of “gain-of-function” virus research in Wuhan, the lab-leak theory, and more. Plaintiffs urge that his comments on these important issues are relevant to the matter at hand and are further reasons why Dr. Fauci should be deposed. Plaintiffs assert that they should not be required to simply accept Dr. Fauci’s “self-serving blanket denials” that were issued from someone other than himself at face value. The Court agrees… Finally, the Court is aware of a number of substantive reasons why Dr. Fauci’s deposition should be taken. The first is the publicly available emails that prove that Dr. Fauci was communicating and acting as an intermediary for others in order to censor information from being shared across multiple social-media outlets. The second is that Dr. Fauci has yet to give any statements under oath in this matter. The third is that the Court has no doubt that Dr. Fauci was engaging in communications with high-ranking social-media officials, which is extremely relevant in the matter at hand. Michael P Senger is an attorney and author of Snake Oil: How Xi Jinping Shut Down the World. Want to support my work? Get the book. Already got the book? Leave a quick review.
  2. A simple question for all you Flat Earthers ... Ok. I'm standing on your Flat Earth looking upwards at the dome, or firmament, which some of you maintain is made of thick glass or diamond. Why then can I not see a reflection of the Earth in the dome?
  3. 'The internet is alive and can enter your subconscious.' God help the internet then!
  4. Thanks, Nip. I watched the trailer. You know, I've seen so many of these lately yet it still turns my stomach and makes me so angry every time I watch. The human race is fucked, and for what? To feed the cravings of a few rich, greedy, shit for brains psychopaths? We need to be hunting the fuckers down and killing them NOW!
  5. See today's debate here - Lots of comments on TCW website here - https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/debate-on-covid-vaccine-safety-tomorrow-lets-hope-for-some-action-at-last/
  6. Yep, good luck with your next reincarnation Rishi as your Karma is out of the fucking window now ...
  7. Have you read Bruce Lee's 'Tao of Jeet Kune Do' book? Reading your post reminded me I have a copy to download ... [Click imageor use link below] https://webtrek.co.uk/ebooks/JKD.pdf
  8. Rishi Sunak is a Hindu. Hinduism is the world’s third largest religion, with more than 1.2 billion followers. The faith has its roots in India, where Mr Sunak’s family heritage is from. He was made Prime Minister on Monday, 24 October, 2022. Diwali, India's biggest and most important holiday of the year, is a festival of lights that celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, good over evil and the human ability to overcome. When is Diwali? Monday, 24 October, 2022. Just saying. I personally find it difficult to weigh why a practising member of the Hindu belief system would ever want to involve himself with the murdering, bloodthirsty WEF and the UK Government. His karma is certainly fucked now.
  9. Rishi, relaxing at home, pondering his next move... [The AI loves adding extra limbs for some unknown reason!]
  10. BoJo just came back to disrupt the process. He had no intention of taking the job again but wanted to ensure WEF-boy Sunak had no real competition. He hung on before pulling out to spoil any chance of another candidate entering the race.
  11. Why are people dying globally in an abnormal fashion? Why the non-science-based 6ft distancing measures? ... A New Way to Die: SADs https://rumble.com/v1nqxoc-a-new-way-to-die-sads.html?mref=ndb0d&amp=&mrefc=2
  12. Another extremely effective 'knot' that I again have used many times, mainly for towing cars. Don't be fooled by it's simplicity, I used this to tie a rope between my car and my speedboat and trailer and dragged it through soft sand while driving on the hard sand nearer to the sea. It's basically a half-hitch and the standing end of the rope is then passed through the 'lay' of the rope (ie. between the strands). When under tension the lay tightens and stops the half-hitch from becoming undone. Can be tied in seconds and is easily shook apart when finished. Once tied, easily remembered! BARGEE'S EYE SPLICE The name is derived from the fact that certain Bargee's used it to tie their barges to a horse when pulling them along the canal. It isn't, of course, an actual eye splice, but has just retained the name. It's a hard knot to find using Google, so practice it and remember it.
  13. I'd recommend everyone to learn how to tie knots. You need to learn while the information is available, not after the internet has gone down. It only takes a small amount of time and is actually quite therapeutic.
  14. I thought it might be helpful to add this thread for all would-be Off-Gridders as you never know when knots may become useful or even life-saving. Please feel free to add any knots or ropework you have personally found useful in the past or which you think may be of use in the future. I'll start you off with a knot I have used many times myself and can guarantee it's effectiveness .. THE CONSTRICTOR I've actually used this knot to replace a broken hose clip on a car engine. It's a 'ratcheting knot,' meaning that it retains the pressure you applied when tying it and never slips. A good way of getting it super-tight is to tie the loose ends around pieces of wood so that you can pull them very hard. I'm sure you could find many uses for such a knot, just don't tie it around anyone's neck (present parliament excluded!).
  15. Good post @Macnamara but could I just add that, apart from all the bits and bobs you'd need to build a DIY ernergy device, you also need knowledge, and this is where many would fail as they just expect Google and YouTube to be available when they hit difficulties! So I'd say it's important to gather knowledge (books, notes, skills, brainpower) to provide a successful, off-grid life when all the power goes.
  16. Yeah, they were really strong, but there may have been a bit of skylarking going on too! It was a day to remember though, that's the main thing. Open cockpits were great. I'm not great with heights but could happily sit looking straight down over the side of the cockpit. They were useful in other ways too, as witneesed by the number of times I've seen a glider land with a noob on an air experience flight with vomit all along the outside of the fuselage! No sick bags needed in these things! Do you do much flying @peter? I miss gliding. I did follow it up a few years later at a private club but never had enough spare cash to continue for long.
  17. And it's not the weird 3-strand helix the Queen lit up at her Jubbly!
  18. Alberta Premier Danielle Smith apologizes to unvaccinated citizens for scumbaggery... https://tapnewswire.com/2022/10/alberta-premier-danielle-smith-apologizes-to-unvaccinated-citizens-for-scumbaggery/
  19. I remember a beautiful Sunday afternoon out gliding with my instructor. I was only wearing a short sleeved shirt in an open cockpit Slingsby Cadet MkIII. Some thunder clouds drifted over and the instructor tried to gain some extra height from thermals under the cloud. We had only gained 1,000 feet from the winch launch so would have had to land soon without the thermals, however we eventually got to 4,000 feet and spent an hour and 20 mins in the air. I was bloody freezing and my arms were turning purple! Anyway, he eventually decided to get us back down to warmer weather however the updraught was so great we had to spin to lose height! Apart from the cold though I thoroughly enjoyed it.
  20. [New Links] https://webtrek.co.uk/ebooks/Airplane_Flying_Handbook.pdf https://webtrek.co.uk/ebooks/Instrument_Flying_Handbook.pdf https://webtrek.co.uk/ebooks/Pilots_Handbook_of_Aeronautica.pdf
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