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A Passage from Bangkok to Mumbai: Tracking a Killer
While Americans have the freedom to fly on planes without masks and a seemingly “return to normal” signal in the air, the Chinese in Shanghai, after weeks of brutal lockdowns, can be seen on reels with teams of government health workers donned in hazmat suits tackling suspected COVID-19 carriers and jabbing PCR swabs up their noses.1
Even small children are seen drudging and waddling along, sweltered in expensive adult hazmat suits.2 Do the Chinese know that SARS-CoV-2 is only spread from a symptomatic person to a susceptible person by aerosol? Do they know hazmat suits are not needed; in fact are not used by healthcare workers in urgent care centers all over America that diagnose the mild Omicron infection every day?
The mental contagion of mass psychosis is more infectious than the virus itself! Do the Chinese know that household pets are not vectors for SARS-CoV-2? Then why are they killing the pets in their pandemic response efforts?
In this issue of the McCullough Report, we have two grassroots activists who give us updates from Thailand and India. Mr. Adithep Chawla from Thailand, an engineer, and turned professional blogger, updates us on the official government statistics released to the public on both the infection and the ill-fated mass vaccination program.3 From Mumbai, India, Ms. Sumita Roy gives her accounting of how the completely opaque vaccine program has become a menace for Indian society across all religions and up and down the caste system.
In both segments, it is clear that it doesn’t matter what vaccine killed the whole virus, antigen, mRNA, or adenoviral DNA; it is the act of capitulation to the hypodermic needle which signifies an important step in a social credit/passport system.
Because all the vaccines are loaded with side effects and have a palpable risk of death, each and every victim plays a game of Russian Roulette with their health in order to eke out a few more months before the next spin of the gun barrel in this agonizing and deadly game.
The big news from India came one day after the Roy interview; she wanted you to know that previous McCullough Report guest Prashant Bhushan has prevailed against mandatory adult vaccination in India after a yearlong battle.4 Meanwhile, the Indian authorities have advanced the vaccines toward a more strategic target—the large Indian child/youth population. Our music segment for this show is “Summer Day or Summer Night” by Christian Thibodeau.5
So let’s get real, let’s get loud; on America Out Loud Talk Radio, this is The McCullough Report!
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