Alex Berenson suspended from Twitter
He is now known as @genrescue
Here is a Google cache of some of his recent tweets.
Thanks Alex! Great work.
I’d say this was a fantastic encapsulation of where we are now.
And – as I have said before – we can treat censorship as confirmation. Now we know which truth that scares them the most, namely, that these “vaccines” are like “COVID chemotherapy for everyone” that both the marketing departments AND the agents of the state want to force everyone to take them in advance of getting “COVID cancer.” And they’re mandating them.
Note: these “COVID chemotherapy” treatments won’t stop “grandma” from getting “COVID cancer” from you – the best they can do is protect you from a bad case of COVID cancer. For a limited time.
And they’re mandating them.
Its fascinating to see how much of a difference an individual can make. Most people go along with the herd – to get along. Life is easier that way.
But – fortunately – there are outliers like Alex. His substack is here:
These are not vaccines.
He does great work, I’ll miss the unicorns.
Berenson was not actually “suspended,” he was permanently banned.
I am so glad that I do not have a Twitter account. These fascists are not going to make money off of me.
Berenson was a heads up about a lot of good information. And almost intentionally clueless about other issues like Ivermectin. Some journal articles he would review, others he refused to look at. An enigma.
everybody: follow him on substack for only $6/month! I expect him to be even more fired up now. He admitted he was self-censoring on twitter, and they STILL banned him.
I have followed Alex Berenson for free on substack since I can’t afford to support everyone speaking science. He has value so support him if you can.
His latest is on the response on Vietnam where the government have ordered people not to leave their homes even for groceries for two weeks. Order is being enforced by military.
Where all this goes remains to be seen. Presumably the Vietnamese government will not starve its citizens to death to reduce case counts for a virus that roughly 997 out of every 1,000 people survive. (Though, at this point, who can be sure?) But the Vietnamese economy and global clothing and shoe supply chains are already starting to feel the pinch.
But maybe the biggest question of all remains unanswered: why now?
Inevitably, the media and government are blaming the Delta variant. But the variant was widespread worldwide well before the explosion in cases Vietnam saw two months ago.
But Vietnam did see one big change this summer: the beginning of a mass vaccination program. Vietnam didn’t depend on Chinese vaccines, either (not surprising, given the long history of conflict between the two countries). It has mostly used the AstraZeneca DNA/AAV vaccine, along with the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines – the same trio that have dominated Europe.
The pattern is exactly the same as we saw in Israel and Britain in January, and many other countries over the spring. The first dose of mass vaccination campaigns is associated with a huge spike in cases.