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By Lance Welton on 09/24/2021

Elizabeth Holmes And Theranos: Female Psychopath Or Pakistani Immigrant Grooming? (Or Both?)

Is there more to the Theranos debacle than we are being told? Indeed, could there even be a immigration dimension to what has happened to Elizabeth Holmes and her once-hailed company?

The Main Stream Media are awash with salacious reports of Holmes’ federal trial for major fraud [Elizabeth Holmes trial: Theranos cared more about PR and raising money than patients, former lab chief testifies, by Ethan Baron, Mercury News, September 24, 2021]

If convicted, she faces up to twenty years in jail.

Holmes dropped out of Stanford aged 19, in 2003, to set-up her company “Theranos.” She claimed to have developed equipment which could diagnose multiple serious illnesses using only miniscule drops of blood. This miracle piece of technology would mean that patients could constantly be aware of their own health status. They could test themselves, quickly conveying the results to their medics. Endorsed by Bill Clinton, Henry Kissinger and many others, “The Next Steve Jobs,” who even dressed in black like her supposed idol, was running a company worth $9 billion by 2015 [Elizabeth Holmes on trial, by Samuel Fishwick, Evening Standard, September 2, 2021].

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By Lance Welton on 09/24/2021

Elizabeth Holmes And Theranos: Female Psychopath Or Pakistani Immigrant Grooming? (Or Both?)

Is there more to the Theranos debacle than we are being told? Indeed, could there even be a immigration dimension to what has happened to Elizabeth Holmes and her once-hailed company?

The Main Stream Media are awash with salacious reports of Holmes’ federal trial for major fraud [Elizabeth Holmes trial: Theranos cared more about PR and raising money than patients, former lab chief testifies, by Ethan Baron, Mercury News, September 24, 2021]

If convicted, she faces up to twenty years in jail.

Holmes dropped out of Stanford aged 19, in 2003, to set-up her company “Theranos.” She claimed to have developed equipment which could diagnose multiple serious illnesses using only miniscule drops of blood. This miracle piece of technology would mean that patients could constantly be aware of their own health status. They could test themselves, quickly conveying the results to their medics. Endorsed by Bill Clinton, Henry Kissinger and many others, “The Next Steve Jobs,” who even dressed in black like her supposed idol, was running a company worth $9 billion by 2015 [Elizabeth Holmes on trial, by Samuel Fishwick, Evening Standard, September 2, 2021].

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By Paul Souvestre on 09/23/2021

The official Narrative of the Mostly Peaceful Protest at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 has been promulgated: A horde of anti-democratic Nazis attempted to overthrow the U.S. government. General Mark Milley, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff recently revealed to have notified Red China of U.S. war plans in event of hostilities, called it President Donald Trump’s “Reichstag moment” [Top US general warned of ‘Reichstag moment’ in Trump’s turbulent last days, by Martin Pengelly, The Guardian, July 14, 2021]. Milley conveniently forgot that a communist set fire to the Reichstag, and that President Paul Von Hindenburg, not Chancellor Adolf Hitler, issued the ensuing decree. In other words, the Reichstag analogy doesn’t really work. But another event at about the same time does: 1934’s February 6 Crisis in France.

The story is little known in the English-speaking world, so here is a Cliff Notes synopsis:

After the Franco-Prussian War ended the Second Empire of Napoleon III, there arose in the subsequent Third Republic extremist movements such as the French Communist Party on the Left and the Croix-de-Feu [Cross of Fire] and imitators of Mussolini’s fascists on the Right. In the 1930s, in true French fashion, two sensational crime stories accelerated the Third Republic’s internal collapse.

After a prostitute named Violette Nozière used prescription sleeping pills to murder her father, the Right denounced her as an example of the Third Republic’s degeneracy, while the French Communist Party lambasted capitalism and its allure for driving Violette to murder. Both sides were then well-primed for an even bigger case—the Stavisky Affair of 1933–1934.

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By J. R. Kipling on 09/22/2021

 

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Arriving in DC about 9 a.m., I noticed that streets were empty. I had never seen it this quiet. Then, weirdly, I drove past an electronic traffic sign set up by the Washington DC government displaying the message "No Pasaran"… i.e. "They shall not Pass."

 

Where had I seen that before? Ah yes, it was the message slung by Communist militias across the streets of Madrid in 1937 while awaiting attack by Franco’s Nationalists.

Then I got it. Washington DC was a city under siege—at least in the fantasies of the Biden regime and its adherents. Yes, it’s Madrid 1937 all over again and the forces of light and progress are besieged by "hate" and "intolerance" from backward people who live in the hinterlands of Iowa or Alabama.

By Ann Coulter on 09/22/2021
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By F. Roger Devlin on 09/21/2021

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 Dr. Ed Dutton is hardly the first person to notice the similarities between feminists and witches: it is a favorite theme of feminists themselves. There is even an entire Wikipedia article devoted to “Feminist Interpretations of the Early Modern Witch trials.” But Dutton’s new book Witches, Feminism and the Fall of the West is probably the first study to bring the best in evolutionary theory to bear on the question.

Historically, witch trials were characteristic not of the Middle Ages but of the Early Modern era, peaking in the seventeenth century: a circumstance often perceived as ironic in view of the simultaneous rise of modern rationalism.

The political economy of witchcraft, The Economist, October 31, 2017

But there is both a climatic and an evolutionary explanation for this timing.

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