Author Archives: Walter H. Schneider

Some selected COVID-19 Statistics

Some selected COVID-19 statistics and research were posted to my FB status, 2021 08 11 10:41 am. They are no longer accessible at FB but now posted here. Those graphs and comments are now posted here, before they become completely lost. Here goes: Some selected COVID-19 Statistics Vaccinations – 22 top-ranking countries Source of graph (graph is interactive at the source) Daily new COVID-19 deaths per million people – US, UK, Israel, India, Canada Source of graph (graph is interactive at the source) Daily new confirmed COVID-19 cases per million people – US, UK, Israel, India, Canada Source of graph (graph is interactive at the source) From the American Journal … Continue reading

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FB censorship is capricious and illogical

FB censorship is capricious and illogical. Apparently FB fact checkers prefer irrelevant climate information to that from reputable sources. Yesterday, 2021 08 10 at 2:03 AM, Randall Stone had posted a meme, as the initial posting for a FB discussion thread: 1000 year StormCYCLEIs proof of climate change!Is it me or do others see something wrong here? The first comment posted (by FB) after that initial posting stated: [FB] See how the average temperature in your area is changing.Explore Climate Science Info  I responded to that: How “the average temperature in your area is changing” has absolutely nothing to do with the topic of this discussion thread. Randall Stone replied: … Continue reading

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History of child- and youth-mortality rates

Especially with respect to the history of child- and youth-mortality rates, one should never judge the past by today’s standards. There is a serious flaw in the reasoning related to children who died while attending Canadian residential schools. Was the mortality rate for children much better in general society? Never blindly trust statistics that are shown in isolation and don’t permit comparisons. Invariably, such statistics present advocacy numbers that brush the history of objective mortality statistics out of existence. The reality of mortality rates for children in developed nations during the interval the Canadian residential schools were in operation was that during the end of the 19th Century, in general … Continue reading

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The face of FB shadow banning

Updates2021 04 11: to show FB censorship in the guise of a support message 2021 05 31: to illustrate FB censorship of a link to an article in Canada’s National Post The face of FB shadow banning shows itself quite clearly in this: Given that they are interesting if not hot topics for which I had wanted to start discussion threads, and that I have close to 3000 FB friends, it seems hardly possible that as much as a week or even a month later there has not been a single like or comment on many of my initial postings at my FB timeline. Postings since just May 1: Is the … Continue reading

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Is this FB shadow banning?

Is this FB shadow banning? On 2021 04 29 I posted a link to an ABC article on my FB timeline. 19 hours later the posting had not received a single like or comment. Here is a screen shot of the posting: Given that it is a hot topic for which I had wanted to start a discussion thread, and that I have close to 3000 FB friends, it seems hardly possible that almost a whole day later there has not been a single like or comment on the initial FB posting. The posting is listed in my FB activity log. I have no problem with accessing it on my … Continue reading

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FB censorship reaches absurd levels

FB censorship reaches absurd levels. Today I tried to post a comment on a FB-friend’s timeline. Facebook prevented me from doing so, twice, without offering an explanation. Here is the comment that offended Facebook. My previous comment vanished into the black void. To put the COVID-19 pandemic [în India] into context, have a look at the appended graph (interactive at its source). Source of appended graph: https://tinyurl.com/4vb87562 The curious aspect of that is that not even the fact that the graph came from a reputable source (Our World in Data), and that the data displayed in the graph comes from an impeccable source (Johns Hopkins University) prevented Facebook from censoring … Continue reading

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FB censorship intrudes into family life

FB censorship intrudes into family life but not only that. In the name of political correctness, it censors the truth and not merely opinions. The other day, on Facebook, I shared a photo that showed a car with a sheet of plywood stuck in the windshield.  The caption was, “Was gonna go through insurance but sold the plywood and bought a brand new car.” Lumber prices have gone through the roof. The caption of the photo is almost too true to be funny. My daughter shared the photo and posted it at her FB time line, as the initial posting for a new discussion thread. She explained there to someone … Continue reading

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Support, a euphemism for censorship

Updates2021 04 11: to show  screen shot of FB spam notification 2021 04 12: to describe the next stage of FB censorship Support, a euphemism for censorship — A “support message” is not a support message when FB sends it to its clients. That is when the  support message is a notification that a comment a FB client had wanted to post in a FB discussion thread will not be displayed by FB. The other day I wanted to post a comment but found that it never made its appearance in the FB discussion thread it had been intended for. Today I received a Facebook “support message” that solved the … Continue reading

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Recovering All the Past with Amaury de Riencourt

Recovering All the Past with Amaury de Riencourt, a review by Frank Zepezauer (first published in the Jan/Feb 2000 issue of The Liberator) Recovering All the Past with Amaury de Riencourt By Frank Zepezauer, Resident Philosopher In 1974, Amaury de Riencourt wrote a book which helped to recover a past that feminists were busily trashing. It was Sex and Power in History[1]. The title is somewhat misleading. Feminists at the time were trashing the entire past, all of humanity’s story going back to our departure from the higher primates. Which meant not only all of history, what has been written, but all of pre-history everything that happened before the written … Continue reading

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Recovering the American Past with Brian C. Robertson

Recovering the American Past with Brian C. Robertson, a review by Frank Zepezauer (first published in the Mar/Apr 2000 issue of The Liberator), presents information about gender roles that modern feminism opposes, censors, or derogates. Recovering the American Past with Brian C. Robertson by Frank Zepezauer, resident philosopher Have you ever heard of the National Congress of Mothers? Until recently I didn’t know about them myself and I’ve spent a lot of time studying women’s organizations. It so happens that the NCM was actually the biggest women’s lobby in American history. Founded during the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt, it had 190,000 members by 1920 and over one million by 1930. The National Organization for Women, … Continue reading

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