Conflicting Science Welcome to 2022

Updated: Mar 14

Happy 2022 - to start off this post - A few media quotes and headlines for your consideration.


John Kerry - February 19, 2021.
John Kerry - February 19, 2021.

MIT News - July 20, 2021.
MIT News - July 20, 2021.

Dr. Lea Wen of CNN Health - December 24, 2021.
Dr. Lea Wen of CNN Health - December 24, 2021.

Recycle Nation - August 28, 2015.
Recycle Nation - August 28, 2015.

Yahoo! News/Visual Capitalist - July 2021
Yahoo! News/Visual Capitalist - July 2021

For the better part of a decade we have been besieged by a three-word phrase - Trust the Science. On the surface it appears to be a logical and responsible phrase. Sadly it has been hijacked for political expediency.


Just recently I read an article that suggested reusable cloth masks are no longer effective in the fight against COVID. In addition, the reuse of disposable masks is “not advised”. If the world were to adopt this new gold standard, historical mask usage (which had been less than a billion per year) could balloon to over 300 billion with no end in sight.


A trip to the grocery store or mall reveals that disposable masks are becoming a significant source of litter as parking lots are decorated with them across our great land. Each of these masks is made of polypropylene aka plastic. The same voices that are decrying the use of plastic water bottles and straws are advocating mandated use of disposable face masks.

Photo Via - Operation Mer Propre via AP
Photo Via - Operation Mer Propre via AP

While it is true that N95 masks are the among most effective face coverings, the looming environmental disaster could come with catastrophic consequences. Billions of these masks could ultimately pollute our waterways endangering our fragile ecosystem and sea-life; while billions of disposable needles and syringes (which are also not recyclable) are disposed of using mostly environmentally damaging procedures.


Barely a peep has been heard from our scientists and environmental advocates about these consequences. In a convenient ruse our leaders repeatedly scream “vaccination, vaccination, booster, booster”. The duplicity is troubling. Why does there appear to be so little focus on therapeutics and other preventative measures? Why do we hear so little about them?


Clearly, the vaccinations are not working as expected. I am not suggesting that they are of no value, but fully vaccinated people are being infected, getting sick, and infecting others. I have directly lived it in the past two weeks. classifying a person who is vaccinated who then contracts the disease as a “breakthrough case” might be the oxymoron of our times.

As mentioned in a previous blog post, our response to this pandemic has placed a significant and cruel burden on the youngest of us. Our youth are used as experimental subjects by vaccinating them for a disease that causes them virtually no harm. We have caused unthinkable psychological damage by forcing them to wear masks. We’ve stolen their education by shuttering our schools. In many cases where children rely on school for food, guidance and safety - we have locked them in their homes with unfit, and sometimes abusive guardians. We have added over $8 trillion to our national debt. Now, it appears we are creating an environmental disaster.


I guess the good news is that according to John Kerry and others of his ilk, we only have nine years left on this planet, with the turn of the calendar to 2022 it is down to eight. I will be looking forward to the gaslighting as we turn the page to 2030. Should be good times indeed.


This entire situation is unacceptable and must not be allowed to continue. I have developed a program I have named Wake Up, Speak Up, Step Up. Folks it’s time to Wake Up to the mind control tactics being used by our scientists and our leaders. It’s time to Speak Up against the atrocities. It’s time to Step Up for our children and grandchildren. They are crying for our help. We cannot allow those cries to be left unanswered.


- Elliott

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