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WHO Rejects Vaccine Passport For International Travelers

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In a statement released following a virtual briefing on Monday, the WHO’s Emergency Committee on international health standards officially recommended that governments avoid making vaccine passports mandatory, a trend that is already catching on in the UK.

Specifically, the committee advised governments “do not require proof of vaccination as a condition of entry, given the limited (although growing) evidence about the performance of vaccines in reducing transmission and the persistent inequity in the global vaccine distribution. States Parties are strongly encouraged to acknowledge the potential for requirements of proof of vaccination to deepen inequities and promote differential freedom of movement.”

To justify this position, the WHO cited both limited data on vaccine effectiveness in reducing transmission, along with the deep inequalities in availability that the WHO has long complained about, while at the same time enabling the man is perhaps, more than anybody, responsible for the fact that poor nations will likely wait years for adequate vaccine supplies.

As we have reported, this man’s name is Bill Gates.

Incidentally, the Committee also exhorted governments to do whatever they could to support Covax, the WHO-sponsored and Gates-designed program to supply enough jabs to vaccinate the populations of more than 130 countries. However, the program hasn’t managed to allocate nearly enough vaccines, and many poorer nations – beyond the 92 officially eligible for aid via Covax – have no idea where vaccine supplies will come from, sine the choice to respect patent law has created massive international supply bottlenecks. Instead of allowing an “open vaccine” that could be produced anywhere, emerging markets must compete for jabs on the free market.

After telling governments to try to keep quarantine restrictions for travelers within the bounds of common sense, the WHO added that governments should also work to “Reduce the financial burden on international travelers” whenever possible while enforcing quarantine measures.

Meanwhile, over in the US, CDC Director Dr. Walensky, whose fearmongering has launched her to front-page coverage in the past, warned that COVID cases have continued to climb even as vaccination numbers have risen, a reality that hasn’t escaped millions of Americans, who are walking on with their masks on as if nothing has changed.





Clover Health Shares Pop For Second Day On Now-Debunked “Short Squeeze” Narrative

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It appears the crowd over at WallStreetBets may be as relentless as they are oblivious. 

Shares of Clover Health – most recently known for plunging after noted short seller Hindenburg Research accused the company, and its resident advocate Chamath Palihapitiya, of failing to disclose a DOJ inquiry before going public – were up as much as 10% Monday morning on what appears to be a now-debunked notion that the company was sporting short interest that rivaled GameStop.

The company became a hot topic on Friday of last week, spiking 20% on the day to close the week, after S3 Partners – a company that is supposed to specialize in data analytics – apparently incorrectly reported during the week that Clover’s short interest as % of its float was more than 140%.

That led to reports like this one, from Benzinga, stoking the fires on Reddit’s WallStreetBets board with talks of yet another potential epic squeeze. The pump was also helped along by Twitter users and traders looking to bottle up some of the GameStop magic again:

Which is all good and well – except the denominator that S3 used to calculate its “short interest as a % of float” number – reportedly an incorrect float number used produced by FactSet – appeared to have been acknowledged as incorrect before the end of the day Friday.

The data was quickly challenged by others on FinTwit:

S3 issued a correction on Monday morning at about 0755EST, tacitly blaming FactSet


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The Age Of Over-Abundant Elites

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Authored by Mark Jeftovic via BombThrower.com,

I’ve been reading Peter Turchin’s “Ages of Discord”, which tries to look at patterns of societal strife that he found in previous, pre-industrial civilizations such as Rome and France, and examine how it holds up in a post-industrial era. It bears some resemblance to other cycle theories like Strauss and Howe’s “Fourth Turning” or other long-wave models like Kondratiev Waves (K-Waves). The basic premise behind these ideas are that societies undergo cyclical or pendulum-like dynamics between relatively steady states of prosperity and stability, the internal dynamics of which then produce the conditions that precipitate reversions into turbulent periods of strife and chaotic change.

The important thing to keep in mind is that to that the likes of Turchin and other historical statisticians, the periods of societal discord that they try to map may look like this:

Turchin: Long-term dynamics of sociopolitical instability in France, 800–1700 (data from Sorokin 1937).

But when experienced in real life look more like this

St. Bartholomew’s Day massacre, 1572 by François Dubois

If there’s one thing in this highly polarized world that everybody probably does agree on it’s that we are almost certainly already in one of these periods of discord right now.

What I’m finding most interesting from Turchin’s take on this isn’t that periods of stability are not terminated by resource depletion (a la the climate alarmists), or any other “limits to growth” per se. While population growth in pre-industrial societies may bump up against “neo-Malthusian” limits, it sets up a counter-cyclical decline in population growth. How these forces interact in a transition from stability to chaos is that an over-abundance of elites creates a situation of the political class splitting into factions and fighting over the spoils of what is now a shrinking pie in terms of real economic wealth:

 “According to this theory, population growth in excess of the productivity gains of the land has several effects on social institutions. First, it leads to persistent price inflationfalling real wagesrural misery, urban migration, and increased frequency of food riots and wage protests.

Second, rapid expansion of population results in elite overproductionan increased number of aspirants for the limited supply of elite positions. Increased intra-elite competition leads to the formation of rival patronage networks vying for state rewards. As a result, elites become riven by increasing rivalry


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“It’s A Money Grab” – JPMorgan-Backed European Soccer ‘Super League’ Sparks Global Fury

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12 of world football’s soccer’s biggest and richest clubs announced Sunday they’ve formed a breakaway European “Super League” – with clubs Manchester United, Liverpool, Barcelona Real Madrid, Juventus and A.C. Milan among those to sign up. No German or French clubs have yet to be associated with the breakaway.

The breakaway league is due to start in August.

As Reuters reports, the clubs would share a fund of 3.5 billion euros ($4.19 billion) to spend on infrastructure projects and to deal with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The money would not be available to spend on players.

“We will help football at every level and take it to its rightful place in the world. Football is the only global sport in the world with more than four billion fans and our responsibility as big clubs is to respond to their desires,” said Real Madrid president Florentino Perez, the first chairman of the Super League.

The move sets up a rival to UEFA’s established Champions League competition and was condemned by football authorities and political leaders.

UEFA issued a strong statement jointly with English, Spanish, and Italian leagues and football federations, saying they were ready to use “all measures” to confront any breakaway and saying any participating clubs would be banned from domestic leagues, such as the Premier League.

“The clubs concerned will be banned from playing in any other competition at domestic, European, or world level, and their players could be denied the opportunity to represent their national teams,” UEFA said.

We thank those clubs in other countries, especially the French and German clubs, who have refused to sign up to this. We call on all lovers of football, supporters, and politicians, to join us in fighting against such a project if it were to be announced. This persistent self-interest of a few has been going on for too long. Enough is enough.”

World soccer’s governing body FIFA expressed its “disapproval to a ‘closed European breakaway league’ outside of the international football structures”.

French President Emmanuel Macron and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson both issued statements condemning a breakaway and supporting UEFA’s position.

“The president of the republic welcomes the position of French clubs


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Russian Jet Intercepts US, Norwegian Patrol Aircraft In 2nd Major Incident In A Week

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A major intercept incident between Russia and US-NATO allied aircraft has occurred over the far northern Barents Sea on Monday.

"A Russian fighter jet on Monday reportedly intercepted and escorted US and Norwegian patrol aircraft," The Hill reports. "The Russian Defense Ministry said the incident over the body of water near Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russia involved a MiG-31 fighter jet," it continued, based on initial reporting by Russia’s state-run RIA news agency.

NATO member Norway shares a far northern small section of Arctic border with Russia, thus the region of the Barents Sea has always been a highly sensitive defense sector for the Kremlin, for which it keeps fighter jets at Arctic bases at 'the ready'. 

It comes as tensions are still soaring over Ukraine, and after last week a Russia MiG-31 had intercepted a US spy plane near Russia's far northeast Kamchatka Peninsula over the Pacific Ocean.

That prior incident was captured by Russia's Ministry of Defense in a subsequently published video…

Moscow has also recently denounced the US Air Force's additional longrange bomber presence in Norway, out of which recent missions have flown over the Baltic and North seas in a 'message' to Russia

While there was a noticeable uptick in 'intercepts' and aerial 'shadowing' incidents between Russia and the US over the final year of the Trump administration, new tensions with the Biden White House have once again centered on Ukraine after widespread reports of a major Russian troop build-up in Crimea and near Ukraine's eastern border earlier this month. 

This latest intercept further comes less than a week after Biden introduced major sanctions on Russian officials and select companies accused of involvement in the SolarWinds hack, which resulted in 10 Russian diplomats being expelled from US soil to boot. 





NY Requires Nursing-Home Workers To Sign Paperwork If They “Opt Out” Of COVID Jab

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Now that nearly 130MM Americans have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, the CDC announced Monday that all adults aged 16 and over across the US are now eligible to receive the vaccine.

Almost 130MM people 18 or older have received at least one dose of a vaccine, or 50.4% of the total adult population, the CDC pointed out. Almost 84MM adults, or about 32.5% of the population, have been fully vaccinated.

What's more, Dr. Anthony Fauci hinted on Sunday that the US government will likely move to resume use of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine this week, though possibly with restrictions or broader warnings about the rare, but potentially deadly, blood clots.

The news comes just as demand for vaccines in the US appears to be reaching an inflection point, as more states report growing stockpiles of unused jabs as demand for vaccinations tapers off.  Dr. Scott Gottlieb has warned that a demand crisis might be at hand in the US, putting the entirely theoretical 70% herd immunity threshold out of reach – at least temporarily.

Clearly, public health officials across the country are starting to worry about waning vaccine demand, because after nearly half of New York nursing home workers refused the vaccine, the state's Department of Health us taking steps to pressure nursing homes to get these compliance numbers up. While some health care workers say they haven't yet had an opportunity to get the jab, Zero Hedge has been chronicling reports about health-care workers declining the jabs in surprising numbers, in states from California to New York and elsewhere.

Like the old saying goes, "sh*t rolls down hill," and as the state leans on nursing homes to raise staffer vaccination numbers, the homes are being required to force employees who refuse the vaccine to sign "paperwork" affirming their decision.

As the New York Post reported last night, New York's health department brass are now requiring nursing homes in the state to give every worker an opportunity to get vaccinated. And if they refuse, they must


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“We Made History Today” - NASA’s Ingenuity Helicopter Makes First Flight On Mars 

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After some delay, NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter was given the “all-clear for takeoff” on Sunday. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) sent instructions for the Mars helicopter to liftoff. By early Monday morning, history was made and would make the Wright brothers proud as Ingenuity lifted off on the Red Planet.

JPL tweeted Ingenuity “made history today by being the first craft to achieve controlled, powered flight on a planet beyond Earth.” 

During today’s historic ascent, JPL released the first photo from the flight. 

The 4-pound helicopter rose a little more than 3 meters, hovered briefly, and returned to the surface. Ingenuity’s altimeter shows flight time and altitude reached. 

NASA’s rover Perseverance tweeted a short GIF of Ingenuity’s flight. Throughout the day, more images and pictures will be released. 

“We can now say we’ve flown a rotorcraft on another planet,” MiMi Aung, NASA’s Ingenuity program manager, told her team earlier this morning in the flight control room. “We together flew on Mars. We together have our Wright brothers moment.”

She added that “We don’t know from history what Orville and Wilbur [Wright] did after their first successful flight. But I imagine the two brothers hugged each other. Well, you know, I’m hugging you virtually.”

Ingenuity’s initial flight was scheduled for April 11. A problem occurred on the helicopter’s onboard computers that engineers on Earth were able to correct. 

Mars’s super-thin atmosphere is just 1% the density of Earth’s, making it more challenging for the helicopters’ blades to spin around 2,500 revolutions per minute to generate lift. For comparison, on Earth, most helicopters operate at about 450-500 revolutions per minute.

As for future flights, at least five are scheduled in the coming weeks. Each flight will be more complex, operating at higher altitudes and longer flight times. 





US Suffers 3rd Mass Shooting In 24 Hours As 5 Wounded In Louisiana 

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Murderous daily after murderous day, America quickly descended into a chaotic hellhole under the Biden administration as three multiple shootings were recorded within 24 hours on Sunday, according to Reuters. The surge of mass shootings comes as the Biden administration attempts to enforce stricter gun control. 

The latest mass shooting occurred late Sunday in Shreveport, Louisiana, where at least five people were injured when gunfire erupted. 

"We responded this evening to a traffic congestion and during that congestion, numerous shots were fired," a Shreveport police spokesman told reporters.

The spokesman said many of the gunshot victims were transported to several regional hospitals. 

Across the US, it was the third multiple shooting in 24 hours. Earlier in the day, three people died in Austin, Texas and authorities are searching for a former detective wanted in connection with the fatal shooting. Separately, three people were killed and two wounded in a shooting at a bar in Kenosha County, Wisconsin, on Sunday morning. 

Sunday's shootings come as the US is already on edge over a surge of mass shootings in the past month. 

So much for "unity" under the Biden administration – if former President Trump were still in power – the media would be crucifying him by now. 

The timing of the mass shootings comes as the Biden administration signed several Executive Orders allegedly designed to "curb gun violence" but really designed to abolish the Second Amendment and the Bill of Rights.





“No Medical Science” Behind Michigan Mandate To Mask 2-Year-Olds, Doctor Warns

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Mich. Gov Gretchen Wilmer is clearly seriously uncomfortable with Michigan’s newfound status as one of the epicenter’s of the US COVID outbreak, and while colleagues like Gov. Andrew Cuomo insist on moving ahead with reopening plans, the Wolverine State is now directing residents as young as two years old to mask up.

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services said in a press release on Friday that the state planned to expand its COVID-19 restrictions — what Michigan’s DHHS calls “the strongest public health order in the Midwest” — and require masks be worn by “children ages 2 to 4″ in order to “further protect the state’s residents.”

In the press release, the state said that “expanding the mask rule to children ages 2 to 4 requires a good faith effort to ensure that these children wear masks while in gatherings at childcare facilities or camps,” the announcement says, adding that the order “follows recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance.”

State public health officials also pointed out that while several key COVID metrics have been slowing – the share of COVID patients without hospital beds, the COVID case rates and the percent positive of tests coming back positive (although the speed of the declines has slowed somewhat) – the head of one of the state’s biggest nursing organizations warned that “Nurses are exhausted. Many hospitals are close to 100% capacity. RNs around the state are being put in the impossible situation of having to decide which patient to attend to. Nurses are working up to 18 hours at a time, often without breaks,” said Jamie Brown, president of the Michigan Nurses Association.

“We are begging for everyone in the community to do their part. Stay home. Wear a mask. Get a vaccine when you are able. We are barely able to keep our heads above water. We are in crisis. We need our communities’ help.”

While cases have climbed back in Michigan (driven in part – according to the press release – by variants like B.1.1.7) deaths have crept higher, but only slightly.

Source: mSightly

The order in its current form is set to last through May 24. As Michigander parents scramble to mask


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Lordstown Motors’ “Endurance” All-Electric Pickup Fails To Endure Baja Race

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Lordstown Motors' electric pickup truck, Endurance, did not endure too long in the SCORE San Felipe 250 in San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico, on Saturday. 

The electric vehicle startup hyped its entry into the Baja, Mexico event for weeks, only completed less than 40 miles of the 280-mile course before withdrawing. 

According to automobile news website Autoevolution, the Endurance only completed 14% of the course until it had to meet up with a portable charging truck. The vehicle was stationary for 2.5 hours. 

Before the 40-mile (64.3-km marker), GPS tracking on the Endurance showed the e-truck slowing down. Shortly afterward, it veered off the racecourse to meet up with the Lordstown truck carrying the charging station on a nearby highway. TFL Truck reports that it stayed in the same spot for 2.5 hours, recharging and/or undergoing repairs.

As for what happened next, we won't know until Lordstown issues a clarification in this sense.

Shortly after, Endurance withdrew from the race. The exact reasons have yet to be provided by the company.

"What a ride we have had getting to the SCORE International San Felipe 250," Lordstown's Facebook page read. "The Endurance's hub motors, battery pack and software performed very well today, and everything we did and experienced in Mexico has provided us with valuable insights into how the Endurance's technology performed and responded to the demanding and treacherous conditions."

"We are stopping here and taking our incredible learnings back to Lordstown. Thank you to everyone at Lordstown Motors, our partners at Brenthel Industries and Elaphe Propulsion Technologies, and all of our champions – your hard work, dedication and passion for the Endurance is the reason we made it to Mexico, and the reason we'll keep going as we continue into our Beta builds ahead of start of production


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