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What’s Up?

Here are some of my very favorite recent comments.

Arthur Morris/BIRDS AS ART

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Those who wish to paint me as some sort of conspiracy theorist can keep their heads buried in the sand, ignore solid information from many knowledgeable folks (including doctors), obey all government orders, wait for the COVID-19 vaccine (that is never coming), and line up to have their chips implanted. For those who state that they will never again come to the BIRDS AS ART Blog for the free photography instruction that I have provided for I don’t know how many years — 3044 posts before this one — I wish them only the best.

Adam Rubinstein is a doctor on the front like treating COVID-19 patients.

All I can say is I have first-hand experience, and you are wise to be a skeptic. The lockdown was prudent, albeit too late for an unknown virus with unknown modes of transmission, mortality, etc. The whole intent was to minimize the number of casualties and prevent an overwhelming surge on existing resources. It turns out the virus on first pass targets certain demographic groups, is less deadly than originally projected, and therapies are few and far between. Hydroxy/Azith are still unproven, Resdes has yet to demonstrate efficacy other than shortening the course – no effect on viral load or mortality, and convalescent serum is an unknown.

For those who want to join the crazed pols who want to shut the country down until a vaccine is developed, you may as well kiss your arse goodbye.

Well said Doc.


Trust science. Trust the experts — Fauci is one. Anyone who doesn’t buy that is promoting needless deaths (and reactionary thinking). End of story.

Yes, Shut up. Be scared. Lock down. Do what we say even if it makes zero sense. And don’t ask any questions. Way to go dhm. Please explain why everyone who shops in Walmart is not dying, causing outbreaks, if you would. Kudos to the gym guy in Belmar, NJ who is opening on Monday despite the governor’s orders.


Tilo Samteer

Artie, You don’t subscribe to flu shots. Will you also avoid a covid19 vaccine, should it become available? Wearing a mask protects others, not the wearer. See Andrew Cuomo’s daily presentation.

Arthur Morris/BIRDS AS ART

Hi Tilo, The only way I will get a COVID 19 “vaccine” is if I am chained down. If you feel that it is important to be injected with carcinogens, toxins, aborted fetal cells, animal DNA, parasites, antibiotics, fungi, insecticides, and disinfectants, that is your choice. Do understand that at present there are ZERO approved vaccines for any of the previous coronaviruses. Heck, maybe you’ll get lucky.

with love, artie

ps: And the jury is still out on masks. If you remember, the CDC originally stated that nobody should wear masks. Right now I believe that all folks should wear masks when they are in fairly close contact with others as when shopping). Do understand that I have gone shopping four times in two months

byron prinzmetal

So whom do you trust from a medical perspective that has national stature that people listen to?

Nobody. I do trust the advice I get from Dr. Cliff Oliver of San Diego.

From LA Mayor Garcetti’s Facebook Page

Los Angeles, CA

On May 13, Los Angeles County health officer Dr. (Barbara) Ferrer said that the stay at home order would stay in place for at least three more months. Yesterday, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti mandated that anyone who goes outside for any reason must wear a mask.

Yesterday, a new order from Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti requires Angelenos to wear masks or “face coverings” whenever they leave home, in an effort to stop the coronavirus from spreading. What about L.A. County? In her daily coronavirus briefing this afternoon, Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer says the county health order is clear: “Masks are in fact mandatory across the entire county when you’re outside of your home, not with members of your household, and in any kind of contact with other people. The reason you wear a cloth face covering is so that you can protect other people from your respiratory droplets.”

Face Masks Pose Serious Risks To The Healthy

In an article posted by Patrick Wood; he wrote, in part:

With the advent of the so-called COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen a number of medical practices that have little or no scientific support as regards reducing the spread of this infection. One of these measures is the wearing of facial masks, either a surgical-type mask, bandana or N95 respirator mask.

When this pandemic began and we knew little about the virus itself or its epidemiologic behavior, it was assumed that it would behave, in terms of spread among communities, like other respiratory viruses. Little has presented itself after intense study of this virus and its behavior to change this perception.

This is somewhat of an unusual virus in that for the vast majority of people infected by the virus, one experiences either no illness (asymptomatic) or very little sickness. Only a very small number of people are at risk of a potentially serious outcome from the infection—mainly those with underlying serious medical conditions in conjunction with advanced age and frailty, those with immune compromising conditions and nursing home patients near the end of their lives. There is growing evidence that the treatment protocol issued to treating doctors by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), mainly intubation and use of a ventilator (respirator), may have contributed significantly to the high death rate in these select individuals.

By wearing a mask, the exhaled viruses will not be able to escape and will concentrate in the nasal passages, enter the olfactory nerves and travel into the brain. Russell Blaylock, MD

As for the scientific support for the use of face mask, a recent careful examination of the literature, in which 17 of the best studies were analyzed, concluded that, “None of the studies established a conclusive relationship between mask/respirator use and protection against influenza infection.” Keep in mind, no studies have been done to demonstrate that either a cloth mask or the N95 mask has any effect on transmission of the COVID-19 virus. Any recommendations, therefore, have to be based on studies of influenza virus transmission. And, as you have seen, there is no conclusive evidence of their efficiency in controlling flu virus transmission.

Click here to read the whole article with references.

Dr. Russell Blaylock, a nationally recognized board-certified neurosurgeon, health practitioner, author, and lecturer. He attended the Louisiana State University School of Medicine and completed his internship and neurological residency at the Medical University of South Carolina. For 26 years, he practiced neurosurgery. In addition, he’s had a nutritional practice. He recently retired from his neurosurgical duties to devote his full attention to nutritional research. Dr. Blaylock has authored four books, Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills, Health and Nutrition Secrets That Can Save Your Life, Natural Strategies for Cancer Patients, and his most recent work, Cellular and Molecular Biology of Autism Spectrum Disorders.

More on Trusting Dr. Fauci

In the Alert: Non-photography-related Post: Trusting Dr. Fauci blog post here, many rose to Dr. Fauci’s defense: “You’ve made mistakes too.” “He changes his position as new data comes in.” “So, you discount all the expertise from a leading epidemiologist because he changed his opinion based on additional information?”

Dr. Fauci in position …

Consider This

Thanks to Cliff Beittel for providing a link to this article From Newsday: Dr. Fauci Backed Controversial Wuhan Lan With US Dollars For Risky Coronavirus Research By Fred Guterl on 4/28/20.

He wrote:

Dr. Anthony Fauci is an adviser to President Donald Trump and something of an American folk hero for his steady, calm leadership during the pandemic crisis. At least one poll shows that Americans trust Fauci more than Trump on the coronavirus pandemic—and few scientists are portrayed on TV by Brad Pitt.

But just last year, the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the organization led by Dr. Fauci, funded scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology and other institutions for work on gain-of-function research on bat coronaviruses.

In 2019, with the backing of NIAID, the National Institutes of Health committed $3.7 million over six years for research that included some gain-of-function work. The program followed another $3.7 million, 5-year project for collecting and studying bat coronaviruses, which ended in 2019, bringing the total to $7.4 million.

Many scientists have criticized gain of function research, which involves manipulating viruses in the lab to explore their potential for infecting humans, because it creates a risk of starting a pandemic from accidental release.

SARS-CoV-2 , the virus now causing a global pandemic, is believed to have originated in bats. U.S. intelligence, after originally asserting that the coronavirus had occurred naturally, conceded last month that the pandemic may have originated in a leak from the Wuhan lab. (At this point most scientists say it’s possible—but not likely—that the pandemic virus was engineered or manipulated.)

Dr. Fauci did not respond to Newsweek’s requests for comment. NIH responded with a statement that said in part: “Most emerging human viruses come from wildlife, and these represent a significant threat to public health and biosecurity in the US and globally, as demonstrated by the SARS epidemic of 2002-03, and the current COVID-19 pandemic…. scientific research indicates that there is no evidence that suggests the virus was created in a laboratory.”

The NIH research consisted of two parts. The first part began in 2014 and involved surveillance of bat coronaviruses, and had a budget of $3.7 million. The program funded Shi Zheng-Li, a virologist at the Wuhan lab, and other researchers to investigate and catalogue bat coronaviruses in the wild. This part of the project was completed in 2019.

A second phase of the project, beginning that year, included additional surveillance work but also gain-of-function research for the purpose of understanding how bat coronaviruses could mutate to attack humans. The project was run by EcoHealth Alliance, a non-profit research group, under the direction of President Peter Daszak, an expert on disease ecology. NIH canceled the project just this past Friday, April 24th, Politico reported. Daszak did not immediately respond to Newsweek requests for comment.

The project proposal states: “We will use S protein sequence data, infectious clone technology, in vitro and in vivo infection experiments and analysis of receptor binding to test the hypothesis that % divergence thresholds in S protein sequences predict spillover potential.”

In layman’s terms, “spillover potential” refers to the ability of a virus to jump from animals to humans, which requires that the virus be able to attach to receptors in the cells of humans. SARS-CoV-2, for instance, is adept at binding to the ACE2 receptor in human lungs and other organs.

According to Richard Ebright, an infectious disease expert at Rutgers University, the project description refers to experiments that would enhance the ability of bat coronavirus to infect human cells and laboratory animals using techniques of genetic engineering. In the wake of the pandemic, that is a noteworthy detail.

Ebright, along with many other scientists, has been a vocal opponent of gain-of-function research because of the risk it presents of creating a pandemic through accidental release from a lab.

Dr. Fauci is renowned for his work on the HIV/AIDS crisis in the 1990s. Born in Brooklyn, he graduated first in his class from Cornell University Medical College in 1966. As head of NIAID since 1984, he has served as an adviser to every U.S. president since Ronald Reagan.

A decade ago, during a controversy over gain-of-function research on bird-flu viruses, Dr. Fauci played an important role in promoting the work. He argued that the research was worth the risk it entailed because it enables scientists to make preparations, such as investigating possible anti-viral medications, that could be useful if and when a pandemic occurred.

The work in question was a type of gain-of-function research that involved taking wild viruses and passing them through live animals until they mutate into a form that could pose a pandemic threat. Scientists used it to take a virus that was poorly transmitted among humans and make it into one that was highly transmissible—a hallmark of a pandemic virus. This work was done by infecting a series of ferrets, allowing the virus to mutate until a ferret that hadn’t been deliberately infected contracted the disease.

The work entailed risks that worried even seasoned researchers. More than 200 scientists called for the work to be halted. The problem, they said, is that it increased the likelihood that a pandemic would occur through a laboratory accident.

Dr. Fauci defended the work. “[D]etermining the molecular Achilles’ heel of these viruses can allow scientists to identify novel antiviral drug targets that could be used to prevent infection in those at risk or to better treat those who become infected,” wrote Fauci and two co-authors in the Washington Post on December 30, 2011. “Decades of experience tells us that disseminating information gained through biomedical research to legitimate scientists and health officials provides a critical foundation for generating appropriate countermeasures and, ultimately, protecting the public health.”

Nevertheless, in 2014, under pressure from the Obama administration, the National of Institutes of Health instituted a moratorium on the work, suspending 21 studies.

Three years later, though—in December 2017—the NIH ended the moratorium and the second phase of the NIAID project, which included the gain-of-function research, began. The NIH established a framework for determining how the research would go forward: scientists have to get approval from a panel of experts, who would decide whether the risks were justified.

The reviews were indeed conducted—but in secret, for which the NIH has drawn criticism. In early 2019, after a reporter for Science magazine discovered that the NIH had approved two influenza research projects that used gain of function methods, scientists who oppose this kind of research excoriated the NIH in an editorial in the Washington Post.

“We have serious doubts about whether these experiments should be conducted at all,” wrote Tom Inglesby of Johns Hopkins University and Marc Lipsitch of Harvard. “[W]ith deliberations kept behind closed doors, none of us will have the opportunity to understand how the government arrived at these decisions or to judge the rigor and integrity of that process.”

You can access the article here (complete with the advertisements).

The Newsweek article above seems to support much of the controversial information presented in Plandemic. What do you think?

The rebuttal at here began like this: She makes head-scratching assertions about the virus—for instance, that it is “activated” by face masks. Considering what Dr. Blaylock has to say about masks above, that statement would surely have me doubting whatever else the author had to say …

22 comments to Alert: Non-photography-related Post: Recent Comments, More on Masks, and More on Dr. Fauci …

  • In response to Barry’s comment above, adjuvants like aluminum (a neurotoxin) are still very common in vaccines, and mercury remains in the multi-vial flu vaccines that even most doctors seem to administer (single-vial flu vaccine may be mercury-free) . What people should do is get the vaccine package insert (but they’re trying to ban those, of course) which lists ingredients and even, sometimes, the manufacturing process. One of my favorite inserts is for SHINGRIX, a shingles vaccine my wife was considering. It’s made with Chinese Hamster Ovary cells (Wuahn wet market maybe?) and Salmonella minnesota, among many other ingredients.

    Those who think vaccines are without risk should take a look at this 9-minute video, comments from doctors recorded over two days of the W.H.O. Global Vaccine Safety Summit last December:

    Among other things, these very pro-vaccine docs admit that adjuvants are a big problem (but necessary for the next generation of vaccines). They worry that testing is too short term, and that different vaccines with different adjuvants from different manufacturers (never tested together) might interact. They also lament that front-line physicians are “going wobbly” on vaccines–meaning more and more doctors have the same kinds of concerns vax sceptics do. Once you see the pro-vaxxers’ concerns, you really should watch the film Vaxxed 2 to see real parents and real injured children (the ones still living) tell what happened to them. It’s hard to watch, but truth is like that sometimes.

    Did you know you can’t sue a vaccine maker in state or federal court, but instead there’s a “no fault” “vaccine court” established by Congress that’s spring-loaded against claimants, but has nonetheless paid out $4.2 billion for vaccine injuries (maximum $250,000 for a dead child) since it was set up in 1986?

  • avatar Anthony Ardito

    Your spider senses are tingling…You know something’s not quite right. Keep digging for the truth.

  • avatar Barry

    I’m not some kind of god, just a scientist. I actually agree with you on many aspects of western medicine – too much medication, too many side effects and too embroiled in money and politics. Big pharma is a criminal organisation driven entirely by profit with scant regard for the consumer. Look at the opiate problem and the mass dissemination of highly profitable drugs like statins with almost no evidence of real-world efficacy. It’s all about the money. There is no money in prevention, education or healthier lifestyles. It’s down to the individual to make healthy choices and just use medicine when absolutely necessary. Are we on the same page after all?

  • avatar Anthony Sakal

    In 2014 it was not the Obama Administration that prohibited funding corona virus research. It was the NIH itself. Our Class 4 labs had experienced at least two, and most likely three, close calls, concerned with virus leaks outside the lab facilities, hence it was concluded that the potential risk posed too great a danger to permit research on American soil. What is the best way to prevent such events from happening? Don’t fund them. In 2015 Fauci, using grant money, provided by the Obama Administration, partook in a workaround. Such grant money, which was available, provided by US taxpayers, was permitted to fund corona virus research in wealthy Wuhan China, not directly but indirectly. Consider why such funding was illegal in the US. Research might have dangerous consequences. Also consider that our Class 4 labs are infinitely better qualified to manage potential pathogen mishaps than China Class 4 labs are. Actually there is only one and that is the Wuhan lab. Like most other things, created in China, the quality is subpar, baed upon what we expect. So was the Wuhan laboratory, itself, which raised the eyebrows of all western researchers regarding potential mishaps. In addition our laboratories are located where a possible mishap, should one occur, could not easily infect the local population. Remote and isolated Plum Island provides far better containment opportunities than Wuhan which is located proximal to a huge population center. No matter how you look at this American tax dollars helped subsidize the monster that obliterated a lot of our elderly and is now about to do the same to our economy where many of the dominos have yet to fall. If you consider what happened to the population in Wuhan an accident I can’t disagree. If you consider what happened in the rest of the world, and especially America, you can’t help but conclude that it was deliberate. How rational was it for China to lock down Wuhan and prevent the citizens from traveling to Beijing and Shanghai? It was very rational. So why was it ok for these same potentially infected people to travel to Western Europe and America. Furthermore, why was the WHO touting the non infectious aspects of what turned our to be the most infectious and easily transmitted disease since the Great 1918 Influenza pandemic? They did this because they wanted to level the playing field. China does not have a lot of explaining to do using their well honed propaganda media apparatus. Americans, other than, maybe, our media, figured out just how inexcusably culpable they are. The question is now not how guilty they are, it is how they are going to be made to pay for what they propagated and deliberately disseminated? That is what the next US election is very much about. It would be my suggestion to vote for whomever China does not support and that should not be too difficult to figure out. Russia is passé. It is all about China now.

  • Artie:
    Please advise name of the doctor in California.
    Tom Torget

    • avatar Arthur Morris/BIRDS AS ART

      Hi Tom, Dr. Cliff Oliver. LMK if you would like me to send my Health Basics file; it contains his contact info and the story of how he inspired me to quit trying to kill myself with food.

      with love, artie

  • avatar Matt


    I went back to a few days ago and found that the video had been removed from its own website. Just “Coming Soon” and nothing else. Tonight I rechecked it– typed in, hit enter, and was redirected to, where you are faced with a huge, yellow-framed “!Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead”

  • avatar Matt

    Excellent, Artie. Eye-opening.

  • avatar Stacy Baird

    PS, I believe in the use of Properly tested vaccines.

  • avatar Stacy Baird


    Living in Hong Kong, a city dramatically affected by SARS, where there was a concern about the influx of Mainland Chinese visitors and returnees in February, our numbers are extraordinarily small. Just over 1000 cases, around 4 deaths. And as case number 225, I believe the numbers. There are several things done here. Asians will easily put on a face mask, even if they only have a cold, so when a crisis occurs, masks, as well as easily and regularly sterilized Sheets of plastic Appear everywhere- yes plastic sheets are placed on elevator buttons and other commonly touched surfaces. Regular cleaning of common areas, social distancing and testing, Testing, testing. Initially self reporting and frequent temperature takes at transit and congregation sites (eg, airport and building entrances). But to address a near-second wave from those of us returning to HK from elsewhere in the world, the government imposed Rapid testing upon arrival at the airport and mandatory 14-day self quarantine enforced with a cell phone app or Bluetooth wristband. Gatherings were limited to four individuals. Bars were briefly closed, but then reopened with social distancing, temp tests, etc. With weeks of no community spread cases, the government is now beginning to lift restrictions. Groups of eight may now gather in public. School openings are being scheduled with strict rules to reduce risk of transmission. People are cautiously going back to work.

    When I was in New York in March, people were behaving as if there was no health issue. If I wore a mask, people looked at me strangely, so I relented and put my mask away. In Asia, if you are in public without a mask, people look at you strangely. When my family all returned home, we each, having travelled from different parts of the US, isolated in our own bedrooms, my wife retreating to a mattress we put in the living room, our live in help would put our meals outside our doors. When it turned out I was infected, our behavior saved my entire family from transmission. After a couple days, I was collected and taken to hospital, my family to government quarantine and our apartment sterilized by the government. We all received excellent care. Had we been living as we were in LA with my senior citizen in-laws, having returned infected from NYC, with no testing available, not even temp checks at the airport, I would have likely infected everyone and although my symptoms were extremely mild (slight fever and small cough), it would have likely been more serious for them, possibly deadly.

    So whether there is research showing the efficacy of masks, or other restrictions, taken together, In an international travel hub, in close proximity to the first major outbreak, the measures clearly work.

    The spectrum of ailments from COVID-19, from small temp, to known sensitive populations, to possible issues with rashes, heart disease and even hearing impairment (yes, there is some research in this area, and I’m experiencing it), with some Patients (not in the vulnerable populations) showing slight symptoms for weeks then falling off a cliff, becoming very ill, even dying, there is much we don’t know. What we do know is how it is transmitted and that soap and typical disinfectant will kill it on your hands, the most common means of transmission, it’s hard to say we don’t know what to do. A vaccine will protect people from their own bad habits and the bad habits of others. Wash your hands, don’t touch your face. If you are sick, even mildly, stay home. Soon testing will be widely available so you will be able to distinguish the common cold from COVID-19.

    • avatar Arthur Morris/BIRDS AS ART

      Thanks for sharing your experience, Stacy. I am glad that you were not hit hard. I agree on the screw-up in NY that included the governor mandating that nursing homes accept COVID-infected folks … That did not work out well.

      with love, artie

  • avatar Tilo

    Artie, where did you get the information what vaccines contain? Aborted fetal cells, parasites, insecticides, fungi. Really? Your sources, please. Also: no value in the Salk vaccine against polio? Smallpox vaccine?

    • avatar Arthur Morris/BIRDS AS ART

      You can start here:

      I am talking specifically about flu vaccines here.



      Beyond the mercury-based preservative thimerosal, a known neurotoxin that has been linked to many serious health conditions including autism, vaccines are rife with other often questionable components, such as:

      Egg protein
      Monosodium glutamate (MSG)
      Polysorbate 80
      Aborted human fetal tissue

      • avatar Hector Fernandez

        Arthur Morris an antivaxxer… that’s news to me. What does your doc from SanDiego think about this?

        • avatar Arthur Morris/BIRDS AS ART

          He advises that folks never take a flu shot.


          • avatar Barry

            I can’t help but comment.
            Yes, vaccines once contained minute amounts of ‘toxic’ material such as thimerasol but as a precautionary measure these were removed quite some time ago even though the intake of mercury from environmental sources such as oily fish are orders of magnitude greater. The same applies to aluminium. Formaldehyde is produced naturally in the body as part of cell metabolism. The same applies to the others. The autism argument, put out by a totally unethical and self serving ‘doctor’, was comprehensively debunked years ago. Vaccines do not ‘contain’ foetal cells – some vaccines are grown in lab cultured cell lines derived from human fibroblast cells (connective tissue). All these anti vaccine arguments are simplistic not to say infantile in their complete absence of understanding of the science.

            That is not to say that there is no risk. In life there is no such thing as zero risk. Driving a car results in tens of thousands of deaths every year. The point is that the risk is tiny compared to the benefit. Without some risk there would certainly be no medicine and probably no life on earth either since risk is the driver of progress and evolution itself. Without vaccines we would be back in the dark ages with populations ravaged by polio, smallpox, diphtheria and the rest with no recourse to any help other than quackery and superstition. Flu pandemics have wiped out millions in the past. With vaccines millions of children grow into healthy adults instead of being cut down before reaching their teens which was the ‘norm’ until this last century. This anti-vaccine, anti-medicine propaganda is dangerous beyond belief. That is also not to say that we should not be vigilant and constantly question what we do and how we do it. That is the very essence of scientific endeavour. When you have a medical qualification in at least one of the biosciences you will be qualified to comment but blind belief in pseudoscientific quackery is plain irresponsible and risks leading the uneducated into a black hole of misery.

            I quit having faith in Western medicine about 25 years ago after I got off of Prilosec (had been on it for seven years) and Dr. Oliver completely cured my bleeding ulcer in three months as he said he would. With vitamins and minerals and licorice tablets. Then he got me off all of my heart meds with improved diet and exercise and supplements. I once told that story to a Western medicine cardiologist ono on an IPT. He said, “I am glad that it worked for you but I would have done it with meds.” Are you frigging kidding me? In short, you can take your “medical qualification in at least one of the biosciences” and stuff it. You have your beliefs and I have mine. a

            ps: you sound a lot like a god of some sort.

            pps: I should have mentioned that neither Dr. Oliver nor I am in the “stick your head in the sand and drink green tea” camp. When he had a strangulated intestine, he went right to the hospital. I have had two hernia surgeries and also had my gall bladder removed, all well done thanks to Western medicine docs.

  • avatar Frank sheets

    Thanks for this Artie, good information.

  • avatar Bharat Varma

    Wearing a well fitted mask in the presence of other people is a very good idea. Protects both.

    Do try and minimize the duration of wear (there is a slight reduction in the oxygen intake with an N95 mask that can be dangerous to those with impaired breathing function or doing vigorous exercise).

    Also consider using a face shield along with a mask when shopping. Alternatively, a pair of goggles covering the eyes.

    Truly impressed by the regularity of your blog posts.

    Please keep them coming, they are much appreciated. 🙂

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