Paul Haeder, Author

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Oh, I’ve written about the Zoom Doom, and those Zoom Rooms. The world, now, with so-called leftists, it is triple cancel culture, even in the benign chat feature of Zoom Doom. And so how are they going to proceed with the revolution? Cancel culture? Cut the feed. Pull the plug?

First, there is some bullshit etiquette on chat that I am unaware of? I thought the chat button and chat feature on Zoom was just that, chat. When we join a webinar, well, that’s all one might get to discuss or post links. It is not an interruption to those talking, presenting. I hope the hell they are not monitoring chat while giving a presentation. It is for the AUDIENCE, the listeners, who are not participants in the Zoom sense, but an audience.

Today, with my phone on one Zoom, and my laptop on another, after attempting to illuminate with facts and links — and some of the people in the chats were responding positively to the few things I posted — I was drum-rolled, 3, 2, 1 “host removed you from the Zoom meeting.” Twice!

This was one of the ones,

And, of course, I was listening to the speakers, and there are no ways to interrupt or even show one’s face, because this Zoom, like most, is just a live “talk.” I don’t know what Zoom Bombing is, but I can guess it’s people trying to butt in with marketing, or those with racist views. Me, well, I was riffing with the majority of the things stated here by the speakers. And, chat, in my book, should be ignored if one wants to fully concentrate on the speakers, but the host (moderator) puffed me away. Cancel culture at its worse, since I am a revolutionary and in the camps of much of what BAP does and stands for.

You know, freeing black prisoners is important, for sure, and when imprisonment is extended with the vaccines (sic) and the issues tied to forced vaccinations, well, I take that seriously, so I gave the chatters some links:

Almost everywhere, Rastafarians have been at the forefront of resistance against the “vaccines,” witnessed not just by leading protests but also in the production of numerous anti-“vaccine” songs of protest in Jamaica. One suspects that the government of Jamaica will be treading very carefully: always teetering on the edge, it would be reckless to provoke a massive, country-wide Rastafarian uprising. Indeed, the Jamaican government has been very careful: “Jamaica’s government is aware of the Rastafari community’s doubts, and prepared for the reality that not every Jamaican would take the vaccine, health ministry Permanent Secretary Dunstan Bryan told Reuters. ‘Herd immunity can be achieved without having all those populations vaccinated,’ he said”. Only 32% of Jamaicans said they would agree to be injected, according to a Gallup poll, making Jamaica one of the leading “vaccine” resistant nations in the world—and it is thanks to Rastafarian cultural resistance. Jamaica has thus vaccinated only 2% of its population thus far. Contrary to dire assumptions of doom, Jamaica has had among the lowest number of infections and deaths from Covid-19 in the Caribbean region, much lower than even some of its closest neighbours. Rastafarians “credit traditional medicine, like root wine and herbs such as neem, bitterwood and ginger, for helping fend off the virus, and do not want to take the vaccine”.

Johnnie Black Iron Williams (source)

As one Rasta Reggae artist, Jah Bouks, told Reuters: “It is a false alarm. They are fabricating a lot of things, government and scientists. It is a money-making thing you know”. In Grenada, Rasta musician Johnnie “Black Iron” Williams rejected not all vaccines, but specifically the Covid-19 injectables, saying that if they became mandatory his family would refuse and his five children would be home-schooled—there too, Grenada’s government has sworn it would not impose vaccination. This is despite the fact that Grenada has suffered some of the most extreme emergency measures of the region over the past year and a half. Rooting his concerns in a history of medical experimentation with Black people, and a belief that this vaccination campaign is biowarfare aimed at reducing population, Williams’ concerns were also rooted in knowledge of the marketed injectables, and the reign of silence that pervades public “discussion” about them:

“I do not know of any pharmaceutical product that does not come with side effects, so we must never ignore the side effects. If there are side effects, then there should be exemptions for people like myself, whose vegan dietary lifestyle is a part of my way of life. One of my main concerns is the ingredients used to create the vaccine and from my investigation, I became concerned that one of the ingredients in the vaccine is MRC5, which is tissues from aborted foetus”.

But I also pointed out in the BAP webinar, again, in the chat (it is not something that shows up on screens unless one starts chatting). Also, there is a Q & A box, and I’d expect the specific questions one wants to ask to be there. Comments about one of the speaker’s cute child and such, well, that is chat material. I gave them Linda Ford, who has written a big book on female politicals:

Imprisoning Women Politicals
Occupy Seattle and Ms Rainey, pepper sprayed at 80 years old.

In the Eye of the Beholder: USA History of Imprisoning Women Politicals — My Review of her book, Linda’s:

Part One of review and discussion of Linda G. Ford’s Women Politicals in America: Jailed Dissenters from Mother Jones to Lynne Stewart

I was born a protester … My mother had to go to the school a lot and talk to the principal.— Dorli Rainey,

I am being jailed because I have advocated change for equality, justice, and peace. … I stand where thousands of abolitionists, escaped slaves, workers and political activists have stood for demanding justice, for refusing to either quietly bear the biting lash of domination or to stand by silently as others bear the same lash.— Marilyn Buck, at her 1990 sentencing (epigram in Linda Ford’s book, Women Politicals in America)

Moving on, the other webinar, is/was on, lab leak racism, and I am way beyond that Biden-Blinken-Trump lie!

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Again, I put in some sources, for sure — from Zero Anthropolgy:

“Stop the Shot”: Resistance through Science, Religion, and Law

19 Aug by Maximilian C. Forte

On August 4, an interesting event took place: “Stop the Shot”. This was a video press conference organized by the Truth for Health Foundation in the US, which was live streamed online and has since been uploaded to various alternative video hosting platforms—on the main one advertised, it has already received three quarters of a million views. I was in the audience for the live event, and have since decided to write a summary report after reviewing and adding some complementary research.

The video press conference lasted from 12:00pm EST until roughly 2:00pm—a fast-paced event, with numerous speakers. Pre-conference releases from the foundation indicated that the event would present new information, shared by the lead attorney in a US lawsuit against the Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) regarding the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), and the under-reporting of deaths and injuries. We were informed that the presentation would include an update on the CDC Whistleblower affidavit, which indicates “more than 45,000 actual deaths have taken place following the COVID shot, versus the VAERS reports of only 11,000”. In fact, the news was even more astounding than that. In addition, the press conference was to provide previously undisclosed data from both Pharma-clinical trials and subsequent additional studies on the injectables related to “specific, serious, immediate, and long-term impacts on fertility in both men and women”. Finally, updates on medical studies concerning actual “vaccine” immunity would be discussed, as well as information about current lawsuits, and the theological implications of pandemic management.

Others, like Whitney Webb —

Bats as Bioweapons

As the ongoing coronavirus outbreak centered in China has spread to other countries and been blamed for a growing number of deaths, a consensus has emerged that this particular virus, currently classified as a “novel [i.e. new] coronavirus,” is believed to have originated in bats and was transmitted to humans in Wuhan, China via a seafood market that also traded exotic animals. So-called “wet” markets, like the one in Wuhan, were previously blamed for past deadly coronavirus outbreaks in China, such as the 2003 outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).

In addition, one preliminary study on the coronavirus responsible for the current outbreak found that the receptor, Angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2), is not only the same as that used by the SARS coronavirus, but that East Asians present a much higher ratio of lung cells that express that receptor than the other ethnicities (Caucasian and African-American) included in the study. However, such findings are preliminary and the sample size is too small to draw any definitive conclusions from that preliminary data.

Two years ago, media reports began discussing the Pentagon’s sudden concern that bats could be used as biological weapons, particularly in spreading coronaviruses and other deadly diseases. The Washington Post asserted that the Pentagon’s interest in investigating the potential use of bats to spread weaponized and deadly diseases was because of alleged Russian efforts to do the same. However, those claims regarding this Russian interest in using bats as bioweapons date back to the 1980s when the Soviet Union engaged in covert research involving the Marburg virus, research that did not even involve bats and which ended with the Soviet Union’s collapse in 1991.

Like much of the Pentagon’s controversial research programs, the bats as bioweapons research has been framed as defensive, despite the fact that no imminent threat involving bat-propagated bioweapons has been acknowledged. However, independent scientists have recently accused the Pentagon, particularly its research arm DARPA, of claiming to be engaged in research it says is “defensive” but is actually “offensive.”

The most recent example of this involved DARPA’s “Insect Allies” program, which officially “aims to protect the U.S. agricultural food supply by delivering protective genes to plants via insects, which are responsible for the transmission of most plant viruses” and to ensure “food security in the event of a major threat,” according to both DARPA and media reports. (source: Bats, Gene Editing and Bioweapons: Recent Darpa Experiments Raise Concerns Amid Coronavirus Outbreak by WHITNEY WEBB • JANUARY 30, 2020)

So, this “scientist,” Lee Siu Hin, he was talking, and stating that any narrative around the SARS-CoV2 as being anything other than a naturally occurring virus was just plain wrong. He is into scientism, and, while I do believe through researching research that DARPA did develop this bioweapon and that the jabs are also part of the other slow burn bioweaponry, as well as the economic bioweapons of lockdowns and mandates, I guess these so-called lefties do not do nuance. But again, it was in CHAT. No Zoom Bomb where someone just starts blasting the Star Spangled Banner and cuss words. These are just static live events, with a chat option.

The following I posted, and then I got the 3,2,1 bye bye —

These words were written in 1998 by Robert P. Kadlec, who went on to become a top biowarfare advisor in the George W. Bush Administration, and then most recently returned to government in 2017 as an Assistant Secretary under Trump. His cogent analysis brought to mind some disturbing facts :

[D]uring the previous two years, the Chinese economy had already suffered serious blows from other mysterious new diseases, although these had targeted farm animals rather than people. During 2018 a new Avian Flu virus had swept the country, eliminating large portions of China’s poultry industry, and during 2019 the Swine Flu viral epidemic had devastated China’s pig farms, destroying 40% of the nation’s primary domestic source of meat, with widespread claims that the latter disease was being spread by mysterious small drones…So for three years in a row, China had been severely impacted by strange new viral diseases, though only the most recent had been deadly to humans. This evidence was merely circumstantial, but the pattern seemed highly suspicious.

Furthermore, the particular features of Covid itself seem to fall into this same category. Early last year, Unz published the perspective of a retired forty-year veteran of American biodefense, who focused on the unusual epidemiological characteristics of the virus, which was extremely contagious but had a low fatality rate of 1% or less.

One important point he made was that high lethality was often counter-productive in a bioweapon since debilitating or hospitalizing large numbers of individuals may impose far greater economic costs on a country than a biological agent which simply inflicts an equal number of deaths. In his words “a high communicability, low lethality disease is perfect for ruining an economy,” suggesting that the apparent characteristics of the coronavirus were close to optimal in this regard. (Ron Unz)

I absolutely do not live off of the Unz Review, for sure, and the racists there in some of the sections, and consistent racism and misogyny are, well, part and parcel this country, left and right, no? And I am illustrating this to give myself a bit of breathing room in understanding how closed the American mind is, and with the Zoom Doom, you get escorted out of a fucking electronic chat room. This is not a live in person event where people are blurting out comments. This is an at-home, at-office, at-Starbucks static listening thing, where, first, one can put in all these rah-rah’s, and where some put in secondary and supporting sources. But to be cut off? That is the left, man, the same ideology of Trumpie’s cold cocking and sucker punching Black Lives Matter t-shirt wearing peaceful demonstrators at a rally.

I’ve been spat upon and had cola and beer tossed on me for not standing up for the National Anthem at sporting events. I never stand for that, or the pledge. Recrimination, that is the fake revolutionary, with this Silicon Valley-aided Zoom or Google Hangout, what have you. Workers World Party? Well, this communist is not invited to the “party.”

I just wonder how these people, many of whom I respect (Baraka, Abu-Jamal, Kimberly, Prashad, Zeese, Blumenthal) will question the narrative and paradigm tied to the trillions made by these pharmacueticals? I do not recall seeing anything in their writing questioning mRNA, and alas, that’s the rub: What’s Left of the Left? Che helps us all. Cut the power, Pete Seager, when Dylan comes a playing electric guitar — Zoom Doom, for sure.

Capitalism on a Ventilator - The Impact of COVID-19 in China & the U.S. ebook by Margaret Kimberley,Sara Flounders,Carlos Martinez,Monica Moorehead,Deirdre Griswold,Mumia Abu Jamal,Vijay Prashad,Lee Siu Hin

Capitalism on a Ventilator == The impact of COVID-19 in China & the U.S.

A new anthology from International Action Center and China U.S. Solidarity Network contrasting the effective Chinese response to COVID-19 with the disastrous response here in the U.S. It pushes back against the racist anti-China campaign in the media.

The chapters include articles by many published authors, including: Ajamu Baraka, Monica Moorehead, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Margaret Kimberley, Vijay Prashad, Lee Siu Hin, Sara Flounders, Carlos Martinez, Kevin Zeese, Deirdre Griswold, Max Blumenthal and more. Many of the chapters were first published in Workers World.

The Day Dylan Went Electric - HISTORY
The Day Dylan Went Electric
Bob Dylan shocked audiences at the Newport Folk Festival by strapping on an electric guitar and debuting a new rock ’n’ roll sound.

I was furious that the sound was so distorted, you could not understand a word he was singing,” Seeger says, in a newly posted video interview with Amy Goodman. “He was singing a great song, ‘Maggie’s Farm’ — a great song. But you couldn’t understand it.”

Seeger says he ran over to the sound man, and said: “Fix the sound, so you can understand him. They hollered back: ‘No, this is the way they want it.’ I don’t know how ‘they’ was. I was so mad, I said: ‘Damn, if I had an axe, I’d cut the cable right now.’ I really was that mad.”

The legend of his fury, misread Seeger says from the start, has grown larger with each passing year. “I wasn’t against Bob going electric,” he adds. “As a matter of fact, some of Bob’s songs are still my favorites. What an artist he is.”

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