The jab:  Is it driving the 386% increase in airline mayday calls?

“What is causing steep rise of in-flight medical emergencies since 2021?

SQUAWK 7700 is the airline radio code that indicates a serious issue onboard the aircraft. It can be input by pilots or instructed by Air Traffic Control, and it alerts controllers and ground crew to prepare for the arrival of the aircraft.

I pulled the chart from a report detailing an inquiry conducted by veteran Virgin Australia Capt. Shane Murdock, who was fired from Virgin for refusing the COVID-19 shots. Captain Murdock who also gave a fascinating interview with reporter Charles Kovess on TNT Radio.

The dramatic increase of SQUAWK 7700 codes since 2022 was apparently compiled by a bot set up by the X account @GCFlightAlerts. It posts when a pilot squawks 7700 anywhere in the world.

Between 2018, and 2019, the mayday average was 29.1 per cent of all distress calls. During 2022, mayday calls increased by 272 per cent. In the first three months of 2023, the increase was 386 per cent. The graph shows there was an instant, steep increase when the vaccines were mandated to pilots.

Obviously Captain Murdock’s research should be the subject of a massive, international inquiry conducted by official aviation regulators.

Large commercial airliners are always flown by a Captain and First Officer. If one of them has a cardiac issue in flight, the other pilot can (in theory) fly the plane. Nevertheless, the stunning increase in mayday calls should be rigorously scrutinized.

Is this alarming trend juke a fluke or gross overstatement? How many of these Code 7700s are for medical emergencies on board, and how many are a result of mechanical issues? Was the supply chain for aircraft spare parts and electronics disrupted during the pandemic, resulting in an increase in mechanical glitches?

I strongly welcome reader feedback about this story. Is Captain Murdock the only airline industry veteran who is talking about this?”

John Leake and Dr Peter McCullough, on Substack

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It’s a fair question, is it not? What is causing the steep rise of in-flight medical emergencies since 2021?

Yet again, the significance of this preliminary information, and the scale of incidence, call for immediate and thorough investigation by appropriate parties, which might reasonably include the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Air Services Australia, airline operators, and insurance companies, to name a few.

Yet again, some basic data analysis would tell us a lot more than we know now.

Yet again, if anything conflicts with the official narrative on ‘safe and effective’, we cannot expect it to be given the scrutiny and disclosure it deserves.

So, the question for all you air travellers is, Do you feel lucky?

The jab:  “a full ventilation of all the facts”

The statement

FASA (the Freedom Alliance of South Africa, AD) has approached the High Court in Pretoria, South Africa, to review and set aside the authorisation of Pfizer’s vaccine products on the basis that the authorisation was irrational and unlawful.  If successful this will result in the removal of Pfizer’s mRNA vaccines from the domestic market.  The case is under the custodianship of Advocate Erin-Dianne Richards, briefed by Daniel Eloff of Hurter Spies.  The lawyers explain the significance of the case:  “FASA’s aim is to subject the South African regulator’s decision to judicial scrutiny.  They argue that the regulator’s decision was based on flawed and inaccurate trial data analysis presented by a heavily conflicted Pfizer, and that it is therefore legally invalid.  Their aim is not only to ensure legal compliance – but to set precedent requiring a higher level of statutory scrutiny in the case of future vaccine authorisations in the interest of public health.  Whatever the decision of the Court, this case is important.  While it has arguably been possible to suppress and distort facts in the public narrative either for or against the vaccines, this will not be possible before our Courts.  This case will see a full ventilation of all relevant facts pertaining to South Africa’s authorisation of the Pfizer vaccines.”

The source

Dr Aseem Malhotra (@DrAseemMalhotra), eminent UK cardiologist, in a tweet ( )

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The application was lodged on 23 March 2023.

My take on it

Dr Malhotra, who is a co-applicant, recognises that that this case has significance beyond South Africa:

“South Africa’s Constitution and its Constitutional jurisprudence has motivated, inspired and led the World.  My personal hope is that here, too, the South African judiciary will lead the way towards a global rectification of a serious injustice.”

I share his hope, and I pray that it is so.  To date it would seem to me that courts in other jurisdictions have flown in the face of reason to find ways of avoiding “a full ventilation of the facts”.

But Why ?

Global cooling??

The statement

“If CO2 is warming the atmosphere since 1900, can someone explain why all raw data (worldwide) show cooling?  It’s cooling in Australia.  And the US too!  If there is warming, why is it that the area of snow cover is stagnant?”

The source

Kevin Loughrey, Independent candidate for Ballina in the NSW State Election on 25 March 2023, in a pre-election advertisement in the Byron Shire Echo (of which Hans Lovejoy, see item above, is Editor).

My take on it

These contra-narrative data won’t be popular amongst the mainstream information peddlars, challenging as they do, one of the primary assumptions on which climate change alarmism and CO2 demonisation are based.

Come to think of it, I was just reading over the weekend about polar bears being on the increase too.

Yes, freedom of belief is one of the primary freedoms.    And when the data don’t all align, it comes back to what you believe, which generally is about whom you believe.

CO2: Australia sequesters some five times as much carbon dioxide as it emits.

The statement

Australian forests adsorb 940 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per annum compared to our domestic and industrial emissions of 417 million tonnesAdd to that the absorption of carbon dioxide in continental Australia to the carbon dioxide adsorption of 2,500,000 square kilometres of continental shelf waters and Australia sequesters some five times as much carbon dioxide as it emits. Australia does more than its share of the heavy lifting for global sequestration of carbon dioxide.

The source

Professor Emeritus Ian Plimer, Australia is already at Net Zero, in The Spectator, 24 May 2022

My take on it

This article is for those who are taken in by the concept of Net Zero, in order that they might look at another perspective. (I’d prefer not to give the Net Zero notion any oxygen.)

Net Zero relies on multiple assumptions including that the globe is getting dangerously hotter, and that this is caused to a significant extent through the generation of carbon dioxide by human activity. It’s a narrative that fits the globalist agenda, rather than the truth.

As to the first assumption, please see my next post.

And perhaps a few words on carbon sequestration. Sequestration means a withdrawal into seclusion. Carbon sequestration refers to the removal of carbon from general circulation. Biological carbon sequestration happens naturally through photosynthesis, the process whereby plants use solar energy to combine carbon (in the form of carbon dioxide) with water to produce carbohydrate (especially glucose) and oxygen. That carbohydrate is a building block that enables the plant or tree to grow and reproduce. It is also an energy source for that growth, in which case the chemical equation of photosynthesis is reversed to that of respiration, some of the carbohydrate combining with oxygen to yield carbon dioxide and energy. Over time, plants and trees may be cropped, or burned off, or simply die, in which case carbon is released to the atmosphere as carbon dioxide (or methane) once again. It’s just a matter of time.