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In this "monopoly edition" of Perspectives, Matt Stoller, author of Goliath: The 100-Year War Between Monopoly Power and Democracy, forecasts the actual amount of the Wall Street bailout; the coming disappearance of most small business; the problems that emerge when monopolies control health care; the emergence of a Wall Street-oriented "planned economy"; the failure of progressives to stop the theft of trillions, and much more.

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Libby Handros & John Kirby

The first part of what promises to be a brilliant documentary on vaccines and things viral. With Dr. Judy Mikovits.
This has been up and down off and on YouTube, thanks to arcane and immoral censorship decisions.

In this "back to work" edition of Perspectives on the Pandemic, John Kirby talks with Dr. David L. Katz, the author of the much-debated March 20th New York Times op-ed, "Is Our Fight Against the Coronavirus Worse Than the Disease?"

Read the op-ed, here: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/20/op...

Watch previous episodes of Perspectives on the Pandemic here:
Episode 1: https://youtu.be/d6MZy-2fcBw
Episode 2: https://youtu.be/lGC5sGdz4kg (Currently Offline)
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Episode 3: https://youtu.be/VK0Wtjh3HVA
Episode 4: https://youtu.be/cwPqmLoZA4s
Episode 5: https://youtu.be/k0Q4naYOYDw
Episode 6: https://youtu.be/3f0VRtY9oTs
Episode 7: https://youtu.be/2JbOvjtnPpE

A transcript of this interview can be found https://www.thepressandthepublic.com/...

00:58-How to minimize the risk of COVID-19
03:52-Comparing the responses to a global pandemic
08:53-Who is most at risk
13:44-Is our global response warranted?
17:17-Comparing COVID-19 to the flu
20:55-Is the risk really that high?
23:53-What is the fatality rate versus other common risk factors?
25:29-The risk of labeling COVID-19 as a ?pandemic?
26:14-Are the COVID-19 tests reliable?
28:58-Should we be concerned about herd immunity?
30:16-On the chances of getting a vaccine
31:47-The return of ?measles parties??
34:30-Breaking down the pros and cons of herd immunity
37:25-Is lockdown making the problem worse?
40:01-How to really hashtag Flatten the Curve
45:45-Can we really trace the exposure for every person?
48:06-Is authoritarianism growing in the name of public health?
50:37-Who can we trust when this pandemic is over?
54:54-Industries? roles in the pandemic

Dr. Katz discusses his proposal for "total harm minimization", a plan that seeks to protect people both from Covid-19 and the host of ills that result from social isolation and economic shut-down.

David L. Katz, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP, FACLM is a preventive medicine specialist and globally recognized authority on lifestyle medicine. He is the founder and former director of Yale University?s Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center (1998-2019); Past President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine; President and Founder of the non-profit True Health Initiative; and Founder and CEO of Diet ID, Inc.
Katz is a Fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine; the American College of Physicians; the American College of Lifestyle Medicine; and Morse College, Yale University. He earned his BA at Dartmouth College; his MD at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine; and his MPH from the Yale University School of Public Health. The recipient of numerous awards for teaching, writing, and contributions to public health, Katz was a 2019 nominee for a James Beard Foundation Award in health journalism, and has received three honorary doctorates.
He holds multiple US patents; has over 200 peer-reviewed publications; has published many hundreds of on-line and newspaper columns; and has authored/co-authored 18 books to date including multiple editions of leading textbooks in nutrition, preventive medicine, and epidemiology. Recognized by colleagues as the "poet laureate of health promotion," Katz has given keynote addresses in all 50 United States and in countries on 6 continents.

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Libby Handros & John Kirby – Ref. 7824

In this long-awaited follow-up to his interview in late March, Dr. John Ioannidis discusses the results of three preliminary studies, (including his latest, which shows a drastically reduced infection fatality rate); the worrisome effects of the lockdown; the Swedish approach; the Italian data; the ups and downs of testing; the feasibility of "contact tracing", and much more.

Watch previous episodes of Perspectives on the Pandemic here:
Episode 1: https://youtu.be/d6MZy-2fcBw
Episode 2: https://youtu.be/lGC5sGdz4kg (Currently Offline)
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Episode 3: https://youtu.be/VK0Wtjh3HVA
Episode 4: https://youtu.be/cwPqmLoZA4s
Episode 5: https://youtu.be/k0Q4naYOYDw
Episode 6: https://youtu.be/3f0VRtY9oTs
Episode 7: https://youtu.be/2JbOvjtnPpE

A transcript of this interview can be found https://www.thepressandthepublic.com/...

Here are the links to his studies:
COVID-19 Antibody Seroprevalence in Santa Clara County, California
https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.11...
Population-level COVID-19 mortality risk for non-elderly individuals overall and for non-elderly individuals without underlying diseases in pandemic epicenters
https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.11...
What Other Countries Can Learn From Italy During the COVID-19 Pandemic
https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama...

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Dr John P.A. Ioannidis is a professor of medicine and professor of epidemiology and population health, as well as professor by courtesy of biomedical data science at Stanford University School of Medicine, professor by courtesy of statistics at Stanford University School of Humanities and Sciences, and co-director of the Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford (METRICS) at Stanford University.

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Libby Handros & John Kirby – Ref. 7833

the famous and famously censored documentary

Perspectives on the Pandemic Episode 1: Dealing with Coronavirus, a fiasco in the making? As the coronavirus pandemic takes hold, we are making decisions without reliable data.

Watch previous episodes of Perspectives on the Pandemic here:
Episode 1: https://youtu.be/d6MZy-2fcBw
Episode 2: https://youtu.be/lGC5sGdz4kg (Currently Offline)
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Episode 3: https://youtu.be/VK0Wtjh3HVA
Episode 4: https://youtu.be/cwPqmLoZA4s
Episode 5: https://youtu.be/k0Q4naYOYDw
Episode 6: https://youtu.be/3f0VRtY9oTs
Episode 7: https://youtu.be/2JbOvjtnPpE

A transcript of this interview can be found https://www.thepressandthepublic.com/...

Interview highlights:
00:50-Dr. Ioannidis summarizes his article titled “A fiasco in the making? As the coronavirus pandemic takes hold, we are making decisions without reliable data” (linked below)
03:47-The truth about COVID-19’s death rate
06:21-What makes COVID-19 different than the Swine Flu
08:43-How do we get accurate data on COVID-19?
09:47-The Diamond Princess Cruise Quarantine
15:12-Should everyone be tested?
16:47-Italy & COVID-19
23:06-Is self-isolation the best cure?
27:06-Medical supplies shortage in New York
29:48-But wait, what is a coronavirus?
34:00-What is this pandemic’s outcome?
36:26-Identifying COVID-19 cases
38:59-Why is COVID-19 putting a stress on the medical system?
41:22-The “New Normal” in the face of COVID-19
43:36-Is the cure worse than the disease?
46:55-Are we over-preparing for the affects of COVID-19?
47:55-The role of politics in the United States’ COVID-19 response
49:23-Are the current isolation orders creating a bigger problem?
52:20-High risk populations
53:39-Biases in our COVID-19 response
56:11-The World Health Organization’s role
57:40-What can we learn from this pandemic?
1:01:33-How long will the COVID-19 lockdown last?

Dr John P.A. Ioannidis is a professor of medicine and professor of epidemiology and population health, as well as professor by courtesy of biomedical data science at Stanford University School of Medicine, professor by courtesy of statistics at Stanford University School of Humanities and Sciences, and co-director of the Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford (METRICS) at Stanford University.

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https://www.statnews.com/2020/03/17/a...

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Libby Handros & John Kirby - Ref. 7815

Perspectives on the Pandemic Episode 5: In this highly-charged follow-up interview, Knut Wittkowski says his initial claim has been vindicated: The lockdowns - always a dubious proposition for a respiratory virus - came too late in the U.S. and elsewhere, and were therefore even worse than useless. By turns emotional and darkly comic, Wittkowski ranges across all the essential topics of the crisis, and gives answers you are unlikely to see in the major media. Not to be missed.

Journeyman Pictures. John Kirby and Libby Handros.

John Kirby interviews Knut Wittkowski. Journeyman Pictures. This video was REMOVED from YouTube by the Alphabet Overlords.

Knut Wittkowski spent twenty years as head of The Rockefeller University's Department of Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design.

As Dr. Wittkowski has been accused of misrepresenting previous affiliations and not disclosing potential conflicts of interest, he would like to declare that he (a) never was or claimed to have been a Professor at The Rockefeller University and (b) currently is the CEO of ASDERA LLC, a company that discovers novel interventions against complex diseases including one that could potentially be effective against virus (including coronavirus) diseases.

Perspectives on the Pandemic - Episode 6: When Dr. Dan Erickson and Dr. Artin Massihi held a press conference on April 22nd about the results of testing they conducted at their urgent care facilities around Bakersfield, California, the video, uploaded by a local ABC news affiliate, went viral. After reaching five million views, YouTube took it down on the grounds that it "violated community standards." We followed up with the doctors to determine what was so dangerous about their message. What we discovered were reasonable and well-meaning professionals whose voices should be heard.

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Episode 2: https://youtu.be/lGC5sGdz4kg (Currently Offline)
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Episode 4: https://youtu.be/cwPqmLoZA4s
Episode 5: https://youtu.be/k0Q4naYOYDw
Episode 6: https://youtu.be/3f0VRtY9oTs
Episode 7: https://youtu.be/2JbOvjtnPpE

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Libby Handros & John Kirby

another in a series of superb interviews by John Kirby on the current 'pandemic'

A Midsummer Night Players production of Ibsen's last and greatest dramatic work.

Directed by Emanuel E. Garcia

Starring Julia Maria Seemann, Colton Stuart, Lana Percival, Patrick McTague, Michaeljohn Butcher and Hayley Morris

Filmed in collaboration with Ray Dickinson of Soulhaven Creative Productions

A unique film adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's last and greatest theatrical work

Directed by Emanuel E Garcia

Filmed by Soulhaven Creative Productions

n this conversation I propound a novel theory about the role of Horatio in Shakespeare's Hamlet. See also "Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of Hamlet" in Sherlock Holmes and the Three Poisoned Pawns, Breese Books, Cambridge, UK: 2008. (http://amzn.com/1901091295)

References cited in the video:

William Shakespeare: Hamlet

Edited by G. R. Hibbard

Oxford University Press, 1987

I quote Hibbard’s note on p. 166 referring to line 186 of Act I, Scene 2, when Horatio says “I saw him once. He was a goodly king.” (line 186)

This occurs at about 2 minutes into the video

At 6:09 of the video I quote from Hamlet’s To be or not to be soliloquy,
Act III, Scene 1, lines 77-81

Who would fardels bear
To groan and sweat under a weary life
But that the dread of something after death,
The undiscovered country, from whose bourn
No traveller returns . . .

Etc.

At 7:20 when I speak about Hamlet hearing the ghost while he is with Gertrude, this is a reference to Act III, Scene 4

At 7:30 when I speak about the guards and Hamlet, I refer to Act I, Scene 5, when the Ghost is uttering ‘Swear!’ lines 157 – 189

AT 8:22 or so Act I, Scene 1 lines 58 on

Marcellus: Is it not like to the King?
Horatio: As thou art to thyself.
Such was the very armour he had on
When he th’ambitious Norway combated.
So frowned he once when in an angry parle
He smote the sledded Polacks on the ice.
‘Tis strange.

AT 9:30 Act 1, Scene 2, line 186:

Horatio: I saw him once. He was a goodly king.

(and a few lines before that that I mutter)

At 10:49

Horatio says he’s come to see the funeral – this refers to:

Act I, Scene 2, lines 176-78

Horatio: My lord, I came to see your father’s funeral.
Hamlet: I pray thee, to not mock me fellow-student;
I think it was to see my mother’s wedding

At 11:20 Osrick’s invitation to Hamlet’s duel with Laertes – Act V, Scene 2

11:53 Horatio at Ophelia’s mad scene, Act IV, Scene 5

12:24 the end of Hamlet, Act V, Scene 2

At 14:00 Act I, Scene 4, lines 48-53

Horatio:
What if it tempt you toward the flood, my lord?
Or to the dreadful summit of the cliff
That beetles o’er his base into the sea,
And there assume some other horrible form
Which might deprive your sovereignty of reason
And draw you into madness? Think of it.

At 16:30 I refer to my novella, “Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of Hamlet” in
Sherlock Holmes and the Three Poisoned Pawns, Breese Books, Cambridge, UK: 2008

At 27:19 Act I, Scene 5, lines 174-5

Hamlet:

There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy

And Act III, Scene 2, lines 49-50:

Hamlet:
Horatio, thou art e’en as just a man
As e’er my conversation coped withal.

At 38:00 and on

A reference to The Interpretation of Dreams, by Sigmund Freud, 1900.

A modified excerpt from Shakespeare's Othello, performed as part of the Butterfly Creek Theatre Troupe's 2018 Bard in the Yard production "Trials and Tribulations," Eastbourne, New Zealand. Starring Julia Maria Seemann as Desdemona Tuari Dawson as Othello Anne Manchester as Emilia Directed by Emanuel E. Garcia Filmed by Hayden Rogers

The Asterisk
Written and Produced by: Emanuel E. Garcia
Directed by: Michael Riddell, Stephen Riddell, Emanuel E. Garcia
Cast: Man – Emanuel E. Garcia
Woman – Renee Christie
Director of Photography - Michael Riddell
Lighting Assistant – A.J. Murtagh
Sound Designer - Stephen Riddell
Music Composed by Michael Riddell
Music Performed by: Jake Church - Guitar Susannah Keel - Flute Annabel Lovatt – Cor Anglais Thomas Nikora - Piano
Filmed at The Newtown Community Center, Wellington, NZ
This short film uses many sounds from freesound.org
Copyright 2015 Emanuel E. Garcia and Riddell Productions

William Shakespeare's Macbeth Adapted and directed by Emanuel E Garcia
Filmed live at The Gryphon Theatre, Wellington, New Zealand, 5 May 2018
A Midsummer Night Players production
CAST: Macbeth: Emanuel E Garcia Lady Macbeth:
Julia Maria Seemann
Banquo: Kent Edward Norris
Duncan: Michaeljohn Butcher
Ross: Jamie Wallace-Thexton
Malcolm: Richard Christy-Jones
Macduff: Hayden Rogers
Lennox: Matt Ruglys
An English Doctor: Phil Saxby
Hecate: Julia Maria Seemann
The Three Witches: Richard Christy-Jones, Matt Ruglys, Phil Saxby
Voices by: Michaeljohn Butcher, Emanuel E Garcia and Julia Maria Seemann
STAGING AND SCENE DESIGN: Julia Maria Seemann, Emanuel E Garcia
CREW:
Lighting Design: Aaron Blackledge
Percussion: Naoto Segawa
Sound Design: Laurie Ward
Stage Manager: Jutta Chisholm
Filmed by Fish & Swallow Productions

From the Director:
Macbeth – ancient Greek tragedy, medieval morality play, Renaissance poetic masterpiece or modern psychological drama as relevant now as ever? As with most things Shakespeare, Macbeth is all of these and more. Among the four great tragedies Macbeth holds the exceptional position of being the briefest – and, to my mind, the most profoundly poetic and psychologically enlightening, dealing as it does with the very roots of good and evil, and the illusions of existence. "There's no art," says King Duncan, "to find the mind's construction in the face" – and this may well be the central motto of the play. Who can be trusted? The Thane of Cawdor betrays Duncan and then the newly christened Thane of Cawdor, Macbeth himself, betrays Duncan yet again, fatally. How to explain how an ostensibly good and honest soldier and servant like Macbeth, who rescues Duncan from traitors, can turn traitor himself? A head wound from battle? A superstitious encounter with witchcraft? The goading and the love of his ostensibly child-less wife Lady Macbeth? Ingrained madness? Is any character in the play what he or she seems? Shakespeare combines elements of mysticism and psychology when he introduces the Three Witches and Hecate (real characters or imagined?), and he adds the element of sexual seduction and its own alliance to power and violence in the duet between Lady Macbeth and Macbeth, which provides the fulcrum for the action of the play. I hope that our production will stimulate further questions and possibilities of interpretation in this incomparable Shakespearean wedding of poetry and dramatic action. Midsummer Night Players are a Wellington-based troupe dedicated to the adventurous and original presentation of theatrical works, old and new. Our last full-scale production was Emanuel Garcia's one act play "Some Kind of Love" which ran at The Gryphon last June and starred Julia Maria Seemann, Scott Ransom and Caitlin Morris on cello. Smaller recent programmes include Shakespearean evenings of excerpts.

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