"Fully Vaccinated" Covid 'Advisor' MD Passes Out In Bathroom, Wakes Up In Pool Of Blood With Fractured Neck, Blames Shower Steam and Urges People to "Get Vaccinated"
Narration As Inversion-Craft, Masochism As Social Status: Covid Propaganda May Eclipse Soviet Or Nazi Propaganda As Total Assault On The Human Mind
“But I don’t want to go among mad people,” Alice remarked.
“Oh, you ca’n’t help that,” said the Cat: “we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.”
“How do you know I’m mad?” said Alice.
“You must be,” said the Cat, “or you wouldn’t have come here.”
—Chapter 6, Pig and Pepper, Alice in Wonderland
I generally don’t address Covid propaganda anymore—unless I can add something new to the tapestry of hair-pulling despair, or maybe give Mark Crispin Miller a well deserved coffee break. It’s possibly becoming so twisted, the propaganda, that it’s a) turning funny, and b) losing its power to grab souls.
I avoid sarcasm most of the time but not in this piece:
It Started With A Head
This morning I saw a frightful image on my screen of a man’s head, so disfigured it looked like he’d been beaten with heavy pipes by a drug cartel collecting an unpaid debt.
He had, in fact: The cartel was either Pfizer, Moderna, or J&J. The victim was in full Stockholm Syndrome mode, as was the CNN correspondent who told took the gravely injured doctor’s own interpretation of his tale at face value (if she is real, and not AI.)
Here’s the image I saw:
The obscene headline that accompanied this image was this:
“A Doctor Known For Assessing Covid Risk Fell Ill With The Virus. Here’s What He Wants You To Know.”
Before we proceed, allow me to take a sledgehammer to this ubiquitous phrase of MSM: “Here’s what he wants you to know.” It’s got groomer undertones, and no proper journalist would use it.
What follows is an attempt at linguistic analysis and de-programming of what I would have to call “occult propaganda.”
The incredible piece is linked here.
Full text here—boldfaced passages, inserted commentary, and subheads mine:
A doctor known for assessing Covid risk fell ill with the virus. Here’s what he wants you to know
Sun, July 16, 2023, 4:11 AM EDT·3 min read
“A doctor known for advising people on the risks of Covid-19 got a double surprise: He got Covid, and he wound up needing stitches because of it.”
[The opening blow, seeking to split the mind, MK Ultra style, with “known” (authority figure representing all that is good) who gets “Covid” (think “AIDS,” circa 1985: None of us are safe now/heterosexual aids etc) and needed stitches “because of it.”
Message: “Covid,” (as “HIV” also did in its day) morphs into many kinds of updated monsters, finds people where they live, where their guard is at last down, when they least expected its arrival, sort of like Chuckie.
One reads on, wondering how the good doctor got so badly beaten up by this “double surprise” the reporter calls “Covid.”
It was a mere positive PCR “test” and a mild cold. He was “fully vaccinated” and his second shot was a “bivalent booster,” not just any old second shot. Also, he had never had “Covid” before. But now, he’s in the club.
“Dr. Robert Wachter, who chairs the Department of Medicine at the University of California at San Francisco, said he had not tested positive for Covid until last week, according to posts from his Twitter account. He said he was fully vaccinated and had received his second bivalent booster in April.”
Somehow, the falling piano (facts out in the open) makes no sound. The reporter takes no notice of it.
Instead the story inverts itself, does a backflip in mid air. It’s like a magic show. We are told not that being “fully vaccinated” does not protect even the true believers from “Covid” ie was and is a baseless, multi trillion dollar hallucination. Not a single sentence like: “Why didn’t his two (rounds of) vaccines offer protection?”
Instead we’re Alice in Wonderland, tumbling backward, begging an ominous rabbit to explain things to us.
Turkeys can find “fresh corn;” and we can find ourselves in fields of fresh propaganda. It splits from previous propaganda tenets, but never announces it has done so.
“He said his symptoms started with a dry cough on July 9, and by that night, he had a fever, chills and a sore throat. Wachter said he made a mistake the following day when he took a shower while feeling these flu-like symptoms.”
[The mistake of our Twitter Odysseus MD was not to take these two experimental injections, but rather, to take a shower. The shower appears as a kind of character, who leads the hapless doctor down a path of danger. Co-conspirator with the shower, we encounter the Trash Can, who gets his own image in the article. Message: Beware of showers, steam, and metal trash cans.]
“I work (sic) up in a bloody pool on my bathroom floor,” he wrote on Twitter. “There was a dent in the lid of a trashcan, likely where my head had hit. I remembered nothing. As I managed to get up, it was clear that my face was going to need stitches, and more than a couple.”
“Wachter said he required stitches on the back of his head and on his forehead, which he shared in a photo of himself with a black eye. He declined an interview to go into more detail about his illness and recovery.”
The Shower Mistake, And A Word About Overriding Instincts
“Wachter became a highly followed doctor on Twitter for sharing his own risk gauging and Covid advice during the pandemic, and he has urged people to get vaccinated. He said his Covid “case is a cautionary tale” and warned people to avoid the shower mistake he made.
Exactly What Happened
“While the instinct to take a shower when you’re sweaty and gross is understandable, stepping into hot water when you’re dehydrated and flu-ish can cause your blood vessels to dilate, leading to a dangerous drop in blood pressure,” Wachter wrote, adding that was exactly what happened to him earlier this week.
“He said he was lucky to have his future son-in-law available to drive him to the UCSF emergency room. He was admitted to the hospital.
“Doctors sent him for two CT scans and later an MRI, due to the extent of his injuries on the front and back of his head, he said.
“He said a head CT scan showed a subdural hematoma, which happens when blood collects between the brain and the skull. A neck fracture appeared in one of his vertebrae in another CT scan.
“Wachter’s MRI didn’t show any additional damage, he said. He added a message of thanks for his colleagues who stitched him back together.
“Luckily, at my age a few scars don’t bother me much, and I believe my wife likes me for reasons other than my previously seamless brow,” he said.
[Message: Unlike you, some American citizens are good, and nothing shakes their faith in the 2020 Covid Manifesto, nor its endless mutations. BUT—No matter how good you are, Covid can still get you. Follow the bouncing Psy Op ball.]
“After 24 hours in the emergency department, Wachter tweeted that he is home and isolating. He said he’s taking the anti-viral medication Paxlovid to help lessen the severity and duration of the illness, as well as the chance of long Covid.”
[Message: Good people isolate. Mutation of doctrine: Good people take Paxlovid following loss of consciousness, head injuries and neck fractures, to ward off “long Covid.” You’re meant to understand he already has short Covid, based on his PCR test. Good people don’t wonder how many positive PCR tests accompany clinical diagnoses of a new 2020 illness known as “Covid.” Good people are just as happy if it’s 30% as if it’s 100%. Fauci said, in 2020, that positive results result from PCR cycle threshold of “thirty five or mooore” are phantom “infections.” (Go to 4:23 in the linked YT clip. Remember this? Remember thinking/hoping that this clip, this strange Fauci slip-up, would snap everybody out of all this?)
Back to our story.
Covid Caution With A Human Face, Touches of Perestroika in 2023—Good People Are Allowed To Adjust Covid “Caution” Downward
“As far as future brushes with Covid, Wachter said he doesn’t think he will change his behavior, as long as cases remain low. “I’ll continue being relatively careful, but no more than I’ve been,” he said.
Favored Child Syndrome: The doctor is “known for assessing Covid risk, but never treated a single Covid patient.” This is consistent with the Covid Cult’s elevation of random people to authority figures while genuine professionals with expertise are reduced to dangerous criminals, as soon as they object to issuing protocols that kill their patients.
“While he has not treated any Covid patients, Wachter said he wears a KN95 mask in clinical settings. Sometimes he’s removed his mask in non-crowded meetings, he added.
“I will, however, be more careful about showering or taking a hot bath or hot tub when dehydrated. That’s one important takeaway from this mess,” he said.
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Aesop’s Moral Of The Story: Be More Careful About Showering. And Get Your News From CNN To Stay Safe
Postscript: I looked her up, Christina Zdanowicz—she is a real person. “Senior Producer For Social Discovery.”
(What is that? It doesn’t sound like a journalism job.)
She writes not only for CNN but also Poynter (both funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.) She wrote this piece about a woman who had to travel out of state to get an abortion.
Conclusion: Real journalists” today are indistinguishable from AI and if AI replaced them, it would somehow hurt less. Or would it?
"Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast."
—Alice In Wonderland
Footnote: One of hundreds of comments beneath the CNN article:
“I haven't gotten the COVID shots yet and I've been able to stay healthy and COVID free up to this point even though I've had to fly from the US to Asia 14 times since the start of the pandemic and travelled thousands of kilometers on trains and buses with people coughing and sneezing up who knows what kind of viruses. We're constantly surrounded by viruses and germs so this thing about "staying at home" to avoid getting sick was just ridiculous. If your body is in a compromised state and your immune system is not firing on all cylinders so to speak, you're going to get hit even if it's just with a simple cold. The things I've done are make it a point to eat foods that are not inflammatory, avoid processed foods as much as possible, get good rest and moderate exercise, ie not exercise to the point to sheer exhaustion but enough to break a good sweat.”