Nothing to See in Israel with COVID, Please Move Along

Israel on guard as coronavirus fear lingers

If you had to swivel your head to read the schizophrenic headlines populating Israel’s newspapers and websites, you will injure yourself and need a neck brace. Just look how the story is changing depending on the day: September 8, 2021

COVID-19 cases in Israel continue to rise despite vaccines, booster shots and freedom-crushing restrictions

Haaretz, September 10, 2021

COVID Continues to Shrink in Israel, Serious Cases in Decline

Jerusalem Post, September 13, 2021

Coronavirus in Israel: New cases at 7,700, R rate climbs to 1 again

You now know what it is like to be a yoyo.

So let us deal with the facts:

Fact 1–Israel is the most COVID vaccinated nation in the world.

Fact 2–Israel is now battling its FOURTH wave of infection and vaccinated people are getting sick, being hospitalized and dying.

Despite these facts, the Israeli medical establishment is pressing forward with plans for new jabs. At some point, the Israeli people need to speak out and call out this charade. The vaccines being administered in Israel and the rest of the world does not produce immunity. It stimulates some immunity in some people. It makes some vaccinated people extremely ill and some die. A genuine vaccine is supposed to produce overwhelming immunity. That is not the case with COVID.

Jim Hoft’s latest piece on the COVID nightmare in Israel shows the Israeli Health Minister admitting the government is lying to the people. Read it here.

Israel is the canary in the mine shaft. It is a preview of what the countries pushing the unproven vaccines are likely to face in the coming months. I regret taking the Moderna vaccine in March. I will not be making that mistake again.

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35 Responses to Nothing to See in Israel with COVID, Please Move Along

  1. MapleLeaf says:

    Regarding the facts:

    Fact #1- Israel used to be the most vaccinated nation on the planet, that is no longer the case… several including Canada have surpassed it.

    Fact #2- The vaccines seem to break the prior relationship that existed between cases and deaths… fewer people are dying, though this area is exceptionally difficult to figure out how much it has helped, since the first waves weren’t primarily DELTA.

    It is true, however, that whatever effect the vaccines have declines with time and decreases in efficacy as new variants emerge. I think it was a grotesque miscarriage to introduce things like vaccine passports, and mandatory vaccination for those under the age of 40 unless they had some other medical condition. Concern should be with ensuring first and foremost that intensive care facilities remain available to those who need it, and lower hospital admissions does advance that.

    Pushing these vaccines on younger age groups, especially those under 30, will increase visits to hospitals compared to if people actually got the damn virus. There is some evidence that admissions are twice as high for male youth under the age of 20 for heart inflammation, than for actual COVID. And that doesn’t even take into consideration the longer term impacts to their health.

    I had my second Moderna shot a month ago, and ended up with side effects that far exceeded the first shot. One such effect was episodes of shortness of breath. Combined with a few other symptoms, I checked myself into a hospital and they performed an ultrasound on both my heart and lungs. They said things looked good, but for the following two weeks my breathing didn’t return to normal (didn’t feel normal, it was shallower and more strained), even though oxygen levels were good. Everything seems to be alright now.

    No way I’m playing another round of mRNA roulette.

  2. Tosk59 says:

    Re Fact 1: Israel is the most COVID vaccinated country in the world, if you look at the FT chart at: Israel is 5th if you sort by ‘Total Doses Per 100 Residents’ and 22nd if you sort by ‘Percent fully vaccinated.’

    They were ‘first out of the gate’ but other countries have caught up and passed them by.

  3. Sam says:

    CDC data needs to be taken with a grain of salt like any US government data. All data are published with a political angle. Especially now when justification for lockdown, mask mandates and now vaccine mandate. When Fauci has gone from masks don’t work to 6 month old babies should be vaccinated, we’ve jumped the shark. What is definition of covid infected? What is the definition of covid caused hospitalization and ICU admittance? What is the definition that covid caused death? We know that Alameda County, California reduced their death count by a whopping 25% because they even counted someone that died in a car crash but tested positive as a covid death. What about hospitalizations?

    Here’s an article in state media:

    A new study suggests that almost half of those hospitalized with COVID-19 have mild or asymptomatic cases.

    If this was such a life altering pandemic that schools were shut and people locked down wouldn’t there be a massive effort to determine the origins? But here we are with obfuscations, diversions and no grand jury. Wouldn’t there be a real effort to collect correct data on the basis of sound definitions. Instead they even change the definition of vaccines.

    The correct labeling is Scamdemic! Cui Bono?

  4. Sam says:

    One when the cameras are on – another when she thinks the cameras are off.

    They’re laughing at you.

    Take a look at the pictures. This why it is theater. They don’t even care we know it.

  5. Sam says:

    The Great Barrington Declaration.

    As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies, and recommend an approach we call Focused Protection.

    Coming from both the left and right, and around the world, we have devoted our careers to protecting people. Current lockdown policies are producing devastating effects on short and long-term public health.

    Like so much in public policy, common sense focused on benefits to the vast majority of Americans not just the Top 0.5% is never the aim. It is always sophistry to benefit a tiny elite.

    • JerseyJeffersonian says:

      I signed it months ago when first I necame aware of it. Not a medico, just one of those increasingly superannuated citizens.

  6. Gerald says:

    regret getting AZ shots in June/August, developed very high blood pressure within 2 weeks of first shot (never had high blood pressure in my life) still dealing with it, Doctors at a loss to explain it. Only reason I took the shots was because of the threat to introduce covid passports, AZ seemed the less dangerous of all the shots. will not be taking boosters or any other unproven jabs in the future. Annoyed with self more than anything as I swore not to take any of the first tranche of over quickly, under tested ‘vaccines’ It was obvious they would all either be faulty/dangerous or ineffective.

  7. Barbara Ann says:


    The hot mic incident involving Israel’s health minister is better than any argument I could ever make for science never being beyond politics. He admitted that the ‘green pass’ vaccine passport scheme is about coercion and not based on medical or epistemological science. Vaxx mandates by employers of the kind “Biden” is a fan of are pure coercion. Scientifically justified political decisions are only ever as trustworthy as the politicians who claim to act on the science. But you trust the politicians right?

    Here is a machine translation of the event being covered by the Israeli news organization that captured the footage:

  8. Leith says:

    In Israel is vaccine given to the Palestinians? Or just to the chosen?

    • Rod says:

      I was wondering the same thing. It seems that vaccinations rates have increased.

      For what it’s worth:
      “RAMALLAH, Tuesday, September 14, 2021 (WAFA) – Six people died of coronavirus in Palestine in the last 24 hours as 2753 new cases were recorded, according to the daily report on the pandemic in Palestine by Minister of Health Mai Alkaila.
      She said that the six deaths occurred in the West Bank where 855 new cases were confirmed and 784 recoveries.
      The Gaza Strip recorded 1805 new cases and 1155 recoveries, while East Jerusalem recorded 93 new cases and 66 recoveries.
      Alkaila said 185 people are getting treatment in hospitals, and 76 are in intensive care, while 19 patients are on ventilators.
      She said that over 1.2 million people have been vaccinated against COVID-19 with over half a million getting the second dose.
      The West Bank recorded over 50% vaccination rate, while the Gaza Strip over 28%.”

      WAFA News Agency

  9. Datil D says:


    There are many reports of nurses, paramedics etc leaving, suing or being fired because of mandates. Gives the observation that those in a position to know are more afraid of the jab than the disease.
    Personally I’m glad to be in the control group and plan to stay whatever it takes. Of course the focus on the mandate takes away any focus on the broader agenda the virus is being used for.

    • Eric Newhill says:

      Some people’s immune systems really don’t like spike proteins; doesn’t matter the source, even if the source is the “vaccine”. The vaccine is Russian roulette. You can pretty well know if you’re susceptible to bad case of covid (most of us are not), but you have no idea how you will react to the jab. I will not take it.

  10. Deap says:

    Nothing to see here either folks, one more creepy Biden incident now well scrubbed from the media but still available on C-Span.

    Biden’s Sept 10 visit to Brookland School, where Biden yet again gets handsy with a young kid who looks exceedingly uncomfortable.

    Then Biden wanders off while Dr Jill is nervously flailing around making whatever canned points she is required to make.

    Best viewed for both Bidens’ body language -do turn the sound off, if you can still find it. C-Span.

    • Pat Lang says:


      Link to the 10 September visit?

    • Artemesia says:

      Didn’t see Biden “getting handsy” with children — while posing for the “legacy photo” he put his arm across the shoulder of the (husky) young man who introduced him, but that’s all I saw.

      Jill entered the event as if it were all about her.
      I have not yet wrapped my mind around the reality that she & Joe are leaders of USA.

      But the thing that Joe did/said that fit into Col. Lang’s description of him as a “cheap thug” was in his off-the-cuff remarks before he launched into prepared speech. He was talking about the event being outside, and said, “When I saw all the chairs, I thought, ‘What the hell?’ ”

      Not a huge gaffe, but that’s not something a Very Important Person should say to elementary school students.
      (Perhaps even more obscene was the number of times he said, Get vaccinated; “If you get 100% vaccination I’ll have you all to the White House for lunch.” Children have 99.9% rate of recovery from Covid, and are being permanently injured by vaccine.

      Brookland is a mixed, rapidly gentrifying neighborhood. There used to be a much larger Black population. They lived in modest, 1940s era single family homes that are now being bought up by renovators, fixed up then sold off at very high prices.
      The Catholic Shrine of the Immaculate Conception and Catholic University are there, and very many religious orders used to own large tracts of land and buildings for their monasteries, novitiates, seminaries. The Orders are selling off those properties to developers who are building million-dollar townhouses clustered around the requisite Starbucks, Barnes & Noble, Whole Foods to appeal to Millennials. It’s a quick commute by Metro into the heart of DC workplaces.

      The few times I’ve been to Mass at the Shrine, the congregation was large and predominantly Hispanic.

      • Pat Lang says:


        Believe someone else called him that in a comment.

        • Artemesia says:

          Apologies for the misattribution. I failed to review your comments to find a more precise expression of your regard for our leader.
          If I recall correctly, your assessments were somewhat more elegant, though not radically different.

          PS Deap– yes, looking again at first few minutes, he did have hands all over that same young boy, and the boy was uncomfortable. Just because the boy was a bit larger than B.’s usual gropees does not make him any less vulnerable.

      • Larry Johnson says:

        If you look at the photo of Biden surrounded by kids in Trump gear in Idaho, Biden has his hand around the waist of the 12 year old girl. And he’s holding her tight.

  11. Deap says:

    Here is the C-Span link when I view the video, but when I copy it, it copies with a different title than the school visit event. What is good is this is the raw footage of the whole event, not just the truncated media clips. Just the first few minutes are the most interesting in my mind showing Biden at his Biden best – creepy and wandering:

    Again, no reason to turn the sound on. Hope this link works because the title of it does not correspond to the Brookland school visit -Sept 10

    • Pat Lang says:

      Deap This link does not work for me.

      • Deap says:

        Try a search for ? The title is “President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden on School Safety”

        Maybe it got banned because they did not use her full first name – First Lady Dr Jill Biden. (!)

        The link works when I use if from my own post here. Not sure what is going wrong.

  12. tedrichard says:

    the great irony about israel is they tend to see an anti semite bent on hurting jews and the israeli state under every rock yet it now appears the israeli leadership has done and will do far more damage to jews and their own nation than any conglomeration of anti semites ever could.

    seeing how the politicians in israel have handled covid and vaccines give a whole new meaning to karma!

  13. Jose says:

    PL, try opening link in new window – cursor over link, right click. open in new window.

    That young man did not like to “felt up,” he should file sexual assaults charges.

    Concerning the “3rd jab” please read this first:

  14. walrus says:

    Latest advice is that Israel’s experience with Covid is that vaccination is highly successful but not perfect in protecting its citizens impaired to not being vaccinated at all.

    From Harretz:

    “ Despite breakthrough cases among the immunized with the rise of the delta variant, COVID-19 is increasingly becoming a pandemic of the unvaccinated in Israel. Those that have yet to receive even one shot of a COVID vaccine are only 17 percent of the eligible population in Israel, but they currently represent 65 percent of all serious cases in the country.

    According to Health Ministry data, the ratio of unvaccinated people among the severely ill has continued to rise as more people are inoculated against the virus. As of September 13, out of the 664 severely ill patients, 437 were completely unvaccinated and 168 had received two doses. Only 59 had received the booster shot. The ratios are similar when analyzing new infections.

    When calculating per capita, the contrast is even more stark. For every serious case of an Israeli over 60 that had received the booster shot, there are 33 serious cases of unvaccinated Israelis in the same age group.“

  15. Deap says:

    Live theater is finally back in our town – I even used to be on their board of directors years ago when they were a fledgling operation – but now when I went to get a ticket I learned they demand 100% vaccination.

    The private sector punishment begins to take hold.

    Working at a polling place today – California Recall – we hand out masks, ballots and hand sanitizer. Only thing missing are temperature checks.

    What is interesting however is how many probably GOP voters demand to drop off their 100% mail-in ballots in person, because they simply do not trust the main-in system and are quite vocal about it. I personally trust things even less once the dropped off ballots get into the hands of self-interested county election office employees and their Dominion Voting Systems, but I persevere.

    Thank a volunteer poll worker – otherwise everything would be “electronic”. Watching the voting process change over the past few decades, the complexity of the actual voting process in this state today – the multi-step protocols and ballot options – make the job far too complex for most well-meaning volunteers – and ripe for irregular counting and discounting when things finally reach the official elections offices.

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