“Your beliefs will be the light by which you see, but they will not be what you see and they will not be a substitute for seeing.” – Flannery O’Connor
It seems the gods are more pissed off than usual. With hundreds of millions of locusts swarming East Africa, a virus running wild that Johnson & Johnson simulated before the outbreak; with Trump and his sad sack of hyena’s from Gehenna unleashing moist turds for the sick, poor and elderly by considering f**king with Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security, and dropping more shyte on our water supply with its replacement of the clean water rule, there is little to raise a cocktail to.
But apparently the gods went to rest for a spell and a bit of good happened:
But the gods awoke and the shitf**kery continued, where televised theatrics from shysters and jokesters called an impeachment trial resumed. The poor innocents who still believe in Santa Claus, the Easter bunny and that one political party here in the States is better, different, more empathic, more caring, or just less of a dick than the other party were pleased as punch with the opportunity to one-up themselves in misery by diving into the deepest of guano pits, wasting a few more minutes, hours, days by watching devilry that can never be unseen and lies that can never be unheard.
Sadly, the gods always demand sacrifice, so it probably upset their other-world crib that 73 people did not have the virus. Not to worry, as the gods always have at their command, dickheads, masquerading as humans, ready to continue to wreak havoc in any and all forms upon humanity.
Prior to the coronavirus outbreak, The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security hosted Event 201, a high-level pandemic exercise focused on a coronavirus outbreak — yes they ran a simulation of exactly what we see unfolding right now, before it happened!
The pandemic exercise was conducted in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. During Event 201 Johnson & Johnson was asked specifically about a coronavirus vaccine.
When asked, the Johnson & Johnson representative talked about the need for regulatory flexibility for an accelerated vaccine, financing and business. Not once did he mention safety or effectiveness. In today’s news, we see that Johnson & Johnson are currently working on a vaccine and they’re “pretty confident” they can quickly develop one. – via activistpost.com and embedded video
“Sometimes too much to drink is barely enough.” – Mark Twain
Tonight’s musical offering:
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 (3rd and 4th movements) – Dima Slobodeniouk – Sinfonica de Galicia
(brilliant stuff, here)