The Living Force
Previous to this Coronavirus thread was the Bird Flu-Swine Flu-Vaccines thread. I posted there twice in April 2009 regarding Dr. Stefan Lanka and referenced him in this thread as well - post #10,737. The article I referenced is dated to 2005 whereas the pdf @cholas referenced is dated 2015. I remember Dr. Lanka won a court case regarding the measles virus in Germany:"Dismantling the Virus Theory" Dr. Stefan Lanks
JANUARY 27, 2017 by DAVE MIHALOVIC
Biologist Proves Measles Isn't A Virus, Wins Supreme Court Case Against Doctor
In a recent ruling, judges at the German Federal Supreme Court (BGH) confirmed that the measles virus does not exist. Furthermore, there is not a single scientific study in the world which could prove the existence of the virus in any scientific literature. This raises the question of what was actually injected into millions over the past few decades.
Virologist Dr Stefan Lanka who won a court case over the non-existence of the ‘measles virus’ files charge against German ‘government virologist for Corona’ for crimes against humanity
I haven't read the pdf yet, but I'm not going to quibble over whether viruses exist or not. I seem to recall Dr. Lanka said a virus could morph to a bacteria to a fungus and vice versa all around. If he can succeed in bringing down this global Covid scam, he can say whatever he wants!
I have to think the malevolents running this entire Covid Kills show must be laughing their a**es off at how extremely gullible and ignorant people are! Quite the circus here in central Ohio with so many people insisting their lives are in mortal danger unless they and everybody else gets the vaccine - and I thought masks were bad! Meanwhile, one tiny step forward by the legislature:The fact that teeny, tiny little invisible bits, which are Naturally produced by ALL living BEINGS, are being used as invisible Boogie Men, and that it is the Money Maker for Big Pharma and the Medical Industry is why the Powers that Be have turned his research, and Many other researchers into a Circus of disinformation.
Ohio's Republican senators all voted for a bill giving lawmakers the power to change or revoke public health orders and state of emergency declarations Wednesday afternoon.
Senate Bill 22 passed 25-8 and now heads to the Ohio House. It would create a six-person committee with equal membership from both chambers. The committee would advise the General Assembly on the governor's public health state of emergency orders and any state agency's health order such as a mask mandate, curfew or limited indoor dining.
Ohio has been under a state of emergency since March 9. Senate Bill 22 would set a 90-day expiration date on all public health states of emergency. They could be renewed by the General Assembly indefinitely in 60-day increments, but the governor would have to convince lawmakers to do it.
That's a lot longer than the original draft of the bill, which limited states of emergency to 30 days.
Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff, the chief medical officer for the Ohio Department of Health, said last week that 30 days "is not a sufficient amount of time for any quarantine or public health order to play itself out."
McColley said he took the doctor's words into consideration, but the decision to change the bill ultimately came down to where his fellow Republicans stood on the matter.
That's why lawmakers could revoke a state of emergency after 30 days and a public health order after 10 days. Anything lawmakers rejected couldn't be brought back for 30 days.
"The committee’s recommendation is not a pre-condition for the General Assembly acting on any order," McColley said. "The committee truly has an advisory role."
Will DeWine veto it?The short answer is yes.
DeWine has vetoed all previous attempts to curb his authority during the pandemic and told reporters this bill was "a grave, grave mistake."
And so, the show goes on . . .Republicans haven't been able to override his vetoes, but this time might be different. One reason is they simply hold more seats in the House and Senate after the November 2020 election.
The other is it has more support. Three Republican senators who voted against previous bills decided to vote yes on SB 22. (Sens. Stephanie Kunze, R-Hilliard, Kirk Schuring, R-Canton, and Matt Dolan, R-Chagrin Falls.)