April Open Thread

04/04/2021303 Comments

Spring has sprung! I hope you've had a chance to turn off the computer, go outside and enjoy some natural sunlight. In this age of COVID insanity, going outside and living a healthy life is itself an act of defiance.

If you do insist on computing during this spring season, then I hope in between reading about the end of human freedom and the end of humanity itself you're also spending some time nourishing yourself with truth music, like "Good Fortune" by Vera Violent. Or perhaps you'd prefer to laugh-not-to-cry at the latest Covid Sea Shanty.

Otherwise, since this is the first weekend of the month I'll be opening up the monthly open thread. Corbett Report members are encouraged as always to log in and use this comment thread for sharing information, asking and answering questions, advocating ideas, advertising truth actions or whatever else is on your mind.

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  1. mkey says:

    Gravitas: Pfizer’s abusive vaccine deals

    A mainstreamy look at Pfizer’s villainous business practices. This got me thinking about how, even if the people in position of “authority” in the countries/failed states being blackmailed know about the scam, with people being in a state of deep hypnosis thanks to the global media, their hands are pretty much tied and it’s not to be expected that they can turn the tide without the media cooperation, thanks to the sheer number of crazies out there.

    • zyxzevn says:

      I think it is a good way to explain people how big corporations
      can get have power over governments and scientists.

      • mkey says:

        I think it’s all about the government, in the end. The “private” corporations are there to muddy the waters and represent a strawman.

        • Fact Checker says:

          Agreed, but with a qualification.

          What it’s really “about” is force, and the use of it. Governments are the entities empowered to apply force against people, who have no recourse of alternative power source to which to turn. Therefore, corporations can only become the vicious, predatory monsters they are today by merging with the State apparatus, and the ability to use force that goes with it.

          However, the corporate form is an extremely efficient hierarchical organized structure that the Controllers put to very effective use. Like David Icke has long said, They work through both governments and corporations to accomplish Their designs.

          • campj says:

            “What it’s really about is force” is a line I’ve often heard. It’s far too polite. What it’s really about is the authority to KILL you if you don’t comply.
            Corporations are a creation of the state. They do not occur naturally, as other organized investment does. As such, they are beholden to the state. They are not born, and so have no inalienable rights, but only those the state gives them, which the state can just as easily take away. Thus they cannot be severed from the state, and therefore are NOT private businesses. They should be bound just as the state is from such as restricting freedom of speech, religion, etc.

            • Duck says:

              “…be bound just as the state is from such as restricting freedom of speech, religion, etc…”

              The state is bound by NOTHING other then its peoples standards of behavior and willingness to accept… consider that King George took less in taxes and impinged on his subjects activities LESS then the U.S. Federal Government does.

              • campj says:

                I did not say the state was so bound. Only that corporations should be equally bound, and not be allowed to escape by means of being “private businesses”.

        • zyxzevn says:

          IMHO, the visible government are just puppets.
          It would be interesting to make a full list of who are really in control.
          I think that there are different groups of bank-criminals, war-criminals,
          weapon-dealers, royalty, etc.

          • mkey says:

            Of course, the people voted in are puppets. The real deal “workers” are the employees of countless agencies and ministries. These people are members of the permanent state, the second ring to which the majority of the public is completely oblivious. And it’s just the second ring.

            They write “laws”, decrees, directives and push on the long term politics. Without them the four year cycle would prove as a large detriment to efficiency and plan execution would be significantly slowed down.

            The third ring consists of some important business people and career politicians who are not officially active anymore, but are exerting influence through the permanent state.

            I consider this machanism to be similar to what I already descrived above; the permanent state is used as the foundation for the lever through which pressure will be applied by the people in the third ring on people in the first ring, should by some freak chance they develop a conscience.

            Fourth ring would be big business people, bankers and some politician all time superstars. This is also probably the final ring in which “money” has any importance.

            Now, as to how many rings there are and in which does the priest class come in, I wouldn’t even speculate. Not that I would even imply that the priest class is forming the top ring.

            What I wanted to say with the above comment is that the government is the god in many people’s eyes, not corporations. What was once represented by the king god, who had to be of the “right” descent which formed the basis for his divine right to rule, has been replaced by this supranatural entity nobody can even define what it is without using the word “dogma”.

            Corporations are just a spinoff on top of that. But I’m not discounting the possibility of a corporation becoming the next god, if the plebs are to become too wise to the current god.

            • aye01 says:

              “if the plebs are to become too wise to the current god.”

              cur-rent dog

            • Fact Checker says:

              “Fourth ring … is also probably the final ring in which “money” has any importance.”

              Deep stuff. Thanks.

              It makes me laugh when people harp on the “It’s-all-about-the-money” meme. Fractional-reserve banking and fiat currency have always been merely tools. A system of incentives to keep the Useful Idiots dancing to the tune of the predatory, spidery pied pipers who pull the strings from the depths of the web. (Okay, I’ve mixed enough metaphors for now…)

              For the Spider Men, human food and money are of no interest. Frivolous playthings used to control the blind Herd of goyim.

    • ad says:

      they are a clever bunch of vultures, indeed. but check what they arranged in israel. anything goes it seems.

      the trick with all the collateral is exactly what happens every so many years with their so called ‘economic crises’. they bring in the monopoly money and you loose your real estate, the moment they pull the plug. nice and easy.

      in fact these contracts make it highly profitable for pfizer to kill as many as they can, so they may consume each and every piece of collateral agreed upon.

      and what about military bases, imagine why that would be interesting.

      it has the same smell as the sell off of greece. it’s what i fear will be the plan behind the 1.5 billion loan to suriname. real assets against virtual money. not good for us.

    • weilunion says:

      SARS CoV‑2 may well be a man-made virus, and the Wuhan Institute of Virology might have been set up to take the fall for its creation.

      (We have termed that institution “The Oswald Institute of Virology,”–set up to take the fall for the creation of the virus rather like the way Lee Harvey Oswald was “painted red” in order to set up “the Communists” to take the fall for the assassination of JFK.)

      A recent article in the liberal New York Magazine discusses the Wuhan Institute of Virology and gain-of-function experiments performed under the joint auspices of that institution and the Pentagon-funded EcoHealth Alliance of Peter Daszak. Daszak is advised by David Franz, the former commander of Ft. Detrick.

      Funded by USAID (a State Department subsidiary that serves as a cover for CIA covert operations), that program saw Chinese researchers partner with, among others, Ralph Baric.

      In the detailed analysis presented by Nicholson Baker in the article, no mention is made of the Pentagon funding of EcoHealth Alliance, nor the disturbing information about DARPA’s research into bat-borne coronaviruses detailed in the consummately important article by Whitney Webb.

      The upshot of the story–in our opinion–is to introduce and substantiate the “Chinese lab leak” origins of the virus in the minds of a relatively liberal reading audience.


      • mkey says:

        I still haven’t seen any proof that the actual virus even exists. Why would the bother to create something like that artificially when they can simply employ policy and make everyone believe in its existence and effectiveness?

        • vadoum says:

          “I still haven’t seen any proof”
          spot on, thank you.

          but as for the concentric rings of influence (your words above),, I’m happier thinking of them as blocks in layers of a pyramid; circles are too sophisticated for dominators.

          I’m guessing that there are many pyramids of globaloney. the capstones are missing, but the blocks from the bottom up are still supporting the basic form, and influence is arranged from top-down.

          If I had to demolish a pyramid (tedious job), I guess one starts block by block from one side, until reaching the center, then gravity could help: so who or what is at the core of these pyramids? They need to be dustified.

      • candlelight says:


        At least it was gratifying, no matter the political agenda, that Robert Redfield, former director of the CDC, opined that SARS2 is a product induced in a laboratory.

        At least we got that straight, finally.

        And, anybody not quite sure about the existence of microbes should get their hands on a microscope.

        This ain’t the 1300’s.

    • zanj says:

      Charity begins at home, right? just take a look at the “gentle” promotion among the immigrant community right here at home i.e all places of worship are receiving prompts would curl your hair if not already curled this passed year. You want proof?

      …check out relevant community partners! Please keep the link internal or work from a waitlist. Once the link is made public, it is open for anyone to get an appointment.

      STEP 1 through 8:

      Go to link https://novelhealth.ai/practice/pliable-llc-903637 , http://www.doh.wa.gov

  2. Sisyphean Stunt says:

    I for one, have turned off the computer. I had an extremely positive time this morning at my local Stand in the Park, in the East of England. We have been organising small maskless shopping trips for several months but since we started standing in the local park, our numbers have grown week on week.

    I hope we can keep up the momentum.

    Green shoots, grass roots community forming.

  3. spider says:

    I’d like to share a couple of videos with you.

    The first is a music video “Free Fallin'”


    The second is a German doctor summarizing the scamdemic so far. Not a lot of new material for me but it might be good to send to your health care or immune system denier friends.


  4. Manasarovar says:

    Update on vaccination in Italy. The clouds are getting darker.
    Mr. Mario Goldman Sachs Draghi is starting to push down quite hard on the gas pedal of the Agenda.

    After the latest legislative decree about Covid, the vaccine will be mandatory for all the health workers and pharmacists.
    If they refuse they will be demoted to other roles, a new job inside the hospital where they must not have any contact with other people, which is unlikely to happen in most cases
    Otherwise they will be suspended without pay at least till the end of 2021.

    Basically telling people that their body does not belong to them anymore. It belongs to the State.
    If you don’t accept it, just go back home and be quiet, without any pay.
    Let’s see if at least this time someone will start to open his eyes a tiny little bit.

    • zyxzevn says:

      Time to create a separate/private healthcare that does sell its soul to Big Pharma.
      Costs less, far better health, better science.

      For someone who does energetic healthcare, the official healthcare is a scam anyway.

    • Fact Checker says:

      Thank you for the urgent impressions from that once-great nation, the cradle of Rome, Italy.

      “Let’s see if at least this time someone will start to open his eyes a tiny little bit.”

      That’s not how it works. The Covidist True Believers will only interpret the refuseniks as evil, selfish, reckless barbarians, who don’t Trust Science and who endanger others with their backwardness. It’s a narrative that is both logically self-reinforcing, and emotionally ego-reinforcing for the Covidist. They will believe that the State is righteous and just in imposing this sentence of ostracization and starvation. This will not “open his eyes” whose eyes are not already open. The Herd will not interpret it (accurately, as you do) that this is tantamount to State ownership of every body. Rather, they merely see it as a matter of morally correct or incorrect actions, with the State being a wise and faultlessly reliable guide and arbiter of what’s right and wrong. The more severe the State becomes in its persecution of the non-believers, the more effusively the True Believers will laud and thank the State for the very clarity of its judgments.

      On the other hand, this strong-arm tactic will certainly force the compliance of a very large plurality of the non-believers, out of sheer terror of calumny and starvation. Once those former outsiders have opened their bodies to penetration by the toxic State, they will afterward tend to reinterpret reality so as to rationalize and justify their capitulation, after the fact, and they will, more and more, adopt the trappings of the Covidist Cultists. (As long as they survive.)

      The Gravity of totalitarianism only pulls in one direction. Compliance, submission, acceptance, and enslavement. At this point, there is no structure of resistance to the Fall of Mankind. Families, churches, civic institutions, schools, and even knitting clubs have all been ideologically disbanded, and replaced with Covid enforcement psychological programming and behavioral conditioning. The Gravity of totalitarianism has therefore become irresistible, and Humanity is in full free-fall.

      • Manasarovar says:

        Thank you for the reply Fact Checker.

        Don’t get me wrong.
        I am deeply aware that the Herd is not gonna suddenly wake up and realize the trap they have fallen into.
        A problem is not real until it does affect you personally, right? It might sounds cynical but that’s how our selfish egocentric world works for the majority of people. Your problem is not my problem, it is not even a problem until it causes me some sort of trouble. That’s how it goes in our society.

        Not expecting anything from the Covid devotees, but some of them will maybe start questioning the tyrants narrative if they aren’t able to even buy groceries because their business has been completely destroyed or if one of their relatives has been forever damaged by the salvific jab.

        Again, I am not trying to be too cynical, but that’s probably the only way they could start at least questioning the despotic restrictions. It does not mean that they will suddenly be able to understand the whole scam, but maybe they will react in some sort of way. Maybe not, but that’s an option.

        • Manasarovar says:

          I don’t have any expectactions from those whose eyes are still closed after one year of scamdemic.
          Personally I have been smelling the scam since the very beginning. Not that I am particularly smart, I am just a human being with a brain still working, not so stupid to swallow all the childish lies that they want us to swallow.

          I remember how it all started here, with the first news of this deadly virus spreading in China.
          And how it magically jumped (well, viruses don’t jump but whatever) from Wuhan to Codogno, here in Italy.
          Not to a big city with an embarassing number of people travelling and flying from one place to another, not in New York, not in Moscow, not in Berlin, not in London, Madrid, Tokyo or Los Angeles.

          The virus came directly from China to here, but not in Milan, not in Rome, in Codogno, an insignificant little lost town who nobody knew it even existed before the scamdemic.
          First lockdown there for 15 days, but then the evil virus decided to spread to the rest of the region and finally to the whole nation. Italy was a big infected hotspot while the rest of the word was completely unaffected by our dear Sars-cov2. Cause we know, it can take some time before a virus can find the courage to cross a border…

          The Herd was ready to give up his freedom in the name of public health without any hesitation. No question at all. Stay home, be safe. But hey, it was just a couple of weeks to flatten the curve no?
          So the tyrants started to realize that the experiment was giving better results than they were even expecting. Time to go on with the show.
          Suddenly the virus was everywhere. Iran, Spain, France, England, the whole Europe. And then the States, Canada, Australia, Brazil, India, Japan. We all know the rest of the nightmare.

          The farce was clear since the very beginning.
          So nothing to expect from those who have never had not even a little doubt in front of such a big tragic lie.
          That said, I am not giving up on Hope. Me and the people around me have been drawing our line in the sand long ago. It’s no time for receding.
          In the end, if things might get really bad, there must be some Samurai left who is willing to teach a Seppuku on line class. That could be an honorable option too. 🙂

          Sorry for the long and maybe boring post.
          Writing down my thoughts it’s a great help and a good therapy in this crazy time we are going through.
          Thanks a lot James for giving people the opportunity to share their opinions here.
          It’s important.

    • Arby says:

      Dan Dicks reported that they just changed the Employment Standards Act here in Ontario where I live. Now bosses can send unvaccinated people home, without pay. Is this terrorism? I’m terrified. After being harangued by a security guard where I’ve shopped for years, this bit of news just tipped me over the edge. I can’t shake the dread.

      Dan Dicks reports: https://www.bitchute.com/video/jqW9wGafqf3n/

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Keep us posted.

      • Emily says:

        I live in Ontario too and have some hope that the lawsuits against the plandemic filed by Rocco Galati, Reiner Fuellmich, lawyers throughout the U.S.A. and Canada and all around the world will actually help to turn things around. Look at how Florida and Texas are holding out. All the tickets that have been handed out in Ontario for not wearing masks or social distancing or gathering with people are being thrown out and not even on the dock when the defendant comes to court–they are, and always were, unconstitutional. Perhaps the justice system will be the tip of the spear of change. We don’t just stand back and wait for the results of lawsuits, of course, but it’s a potentially course altering strategy.

  5. Lumen says:

    What saddens me greatly is that this has been going on for so long. Look at the destruction of peoples and countries. It’s only when the Rooster comes home that some wake up. Over the years, I’ve often heard, ‘It’s not happening to us, so who cares.’ Maybe it’s our time now. Should I laugh or cry!

    • weilunion says:

      Both. Laugh behind tears for you are right. It is known as socio-centricity, and it pervades all societies. This, coupled with ego-centricity, can really be used to refer to those people in: N. Americans.

      But they are not alone. It is the thinking of the tribe and tribalism seems to be where we are heading: post-modern feudalism

      • Duck says:

        the problem is that people do not think of their ‘tribe’ … if they did they would boycott companies that fire the vaccinated.
        Feudalism is coming because the majority of people have few or no friends that they can trust or relay on and no value other then hedonism or loyalty to anyone but their own pleasure and convenience .

        • weilunion says:

          Of course I am in full disagreement with most of your views which is fine.

          Feudalism is coming, or is here, due to the failure of capitalism. It is a system that puts profit before people in every arena and thus concentrates wealth and power at the top in a few hands, in late stage capitalism, this means large transnational corporations.

          Capitalism denies democracy, which is obvious, and thus people do not think democratically nor critically.

          If you think tribalism is a better system, then you are in luck. As societies dissolve and friends and family become distinct, you should be able to find a tribe, perhaps your own, to live in.

          For those of us who wish to live in civilization, we are not interested in retreating to the past.

          Bu t it might all be irrelevant as the collapse of civilization and human consciousness and material existence just might beat you to the punch.

          • Duck says:

            “..Capitalism denies democracy, which is obvious, and thus people do not think democratically nor critically…”

            Athens was a democracy.. it was also a slave state. Democracy is the rule of the mob over every one else.

            “..Feudalism is coming, or is here, due to the failure of capitalism..”

            NO, first off capitalism has been TOO successful which is why even poor people can own computers and talk on the internet… it has also created a super class of people with MORE power vs the citizen then the king or knight in 1400 vs the peasant… the peasant in 1400 would get angry and act when squeezed by the king…today they swallow their UBI and shrug.

            “..Of course I am in full disagreement with most of your views which is fine….”

            It would be boring otherwise 🙂

            • weilunion says:

              It is boring. Democracy is incompatible with slave economies and they hardly go together. Did the slaves have democracy? Of course not. There was no real democracy in Greece.

              Wage slavery, the modern form of slavery under capitalism, is also incompatible with democracy for the same reasons. The tiny elite who own the wage slavers and the slaves.

              How anyone can defend an economic system that is right in your eyes failing and that is tied to a form of slavery is incomprehensible.

              As Marx gleefully noted, capitalism is unfettered and capable of creating technology to raise all boats. The speed of technological development is amazing.

              However capitalism is distinguished both by the private ownership of the means of production, i.e. ownership in our day by transnational corporations; they own the technology and tools. And this is the problem. For putting profit before people is the capitalist system.

              Now, if cooperatives owned the means of production and could then appropriate it through collective agreements, voluntary, all of this would change. But only a few .001% own it all and thus it is dictatorship or what we call the dictatorship of capitalism. That is why capitalists hate democracy, competition and love the State for it provides them cover and support.

              1.2 billion people have no electricity in the world. Edison invented electricity over 130 years ago. What happened?

              The owners of the eans of production in this case electricity, found it unprofitable to provide electricity to the 1.2 billion. Why? No profit. And profit comes before people all the time

              Now with cell phones it is different. Banks have tied cell phones to their business plan so now you can go to Latin America and see people living on three dollars a day but they have a cell phone. Why? To pay the capitalists, borrow from them and be controlled by them.

              Capitalism does not distribute the goods according to need, but according to profit.

              To be sure, as Marx and I and others note, capitalism is a big improvement over slave societies and feudalism. The ‘peasant’ as you state, which is really now the wage slave, is squeezed everyday by the new Lords, the landlords. They are squeezed by banks, government beholden to the rich and on and on. Is the squeezing a bit less, sure. At least you don’t live in the barn with the farm animals instead, you rent the barn from the capitalist or bank.

              Those of us who hold my views understand that if there is no democracy at work there will nevr be democracy in society. And we speak not of liberal democracies which are failures but of worker-citiens democracies.

              As to the UBI, it is simply a way of keeping the transnational capitalist global system alive. For what they receive in UBI goes right back into the pockets of the landlords, the banks, the big pharma, etc. At the end of the day, in the opportunity of capitalism, the mass majority of people are broke.

              [SNIP – Please keep comments to 500 words or less. Longer comments can be split into multiple posts. -JC]

              • Duck says:

                “.. Democracy is incompatible with slave economies and they hardly go together. Did the slaves have democracy? Of course not. There was no real democracy in Greece…”

                Not true.. the Athenians ALSO abused OTHER CITIZENS WHO HAD THE VOTE. 51% of the people or a single Dictator can do exactly as much evil to the citizen.

                Democracy, dictator, king, or parliament are ALL only as good as the people… immoral people become slaves every time

              • Duck says:

                “..At the end of the day, in the opportunity of capitalism, the mass majority of people are broke…”

                Compared to WHAT? Lol..

                Compared to hunter gatherers the poor are fabulously wealthy… compared to the king 200 years ago YOU (and I) are fabulously wealthy.

                DESIRE always gets bigger FASTER then wealth… thats why the rich are so greedy and the poor so ungrateful for the good things that have that did not exist in the past…. hmn… people suck now I think about it 🙂

  6. Manasarovar says:

    This pastor in Canada knows how to deal with the cops showing up at his Church on Easter weekend.
    Sorry for the GooTube link.


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Calgary, Canada

      Pastor Artur Pawlowski yells at and chastises 6 cops,
      “Do not come back you Nazi Psychopaths!
      Unbelievable sick, evil people!
      You Gestapo Nazi Communist Fascists! “

    • dots4eyes says:

      May I suggest that hurling abuse at people, even people who are in the wrong, is not very Christian? Surely a pastor should be concerning himself with the salvation of sinners. Had he called them all to repentance, I think the effect would have been the same!

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I think that the Pastor was very appropriate in his action. He has had previous run-ins and citations because they fed the homeless.

        Certainly, there are times to “be calm”, according to the situation.

        However, those police need to get real. They need to reflect on what they are doing.
        Someone needs to tell them, “Will your children be proud that their parent is a Gestapo Nazi Communist Fascist? When you tuck your children in bed tonight, tell them that you are doing exactly what the Nazis and Fascists and Stalin supporters did during World War 2.”

        • mkey says:

          These people are playing several roles at the same time. It’s like a fractured personality, otherwise they wouldn’t be able to reconcile their action. I bet among them there were several moms, dad, church goers. Bit that’s just the other role that gets shut down when thile they do their “job”. The only time the two roles meet is the paycheck day.

      • mkey says:

        May I suggest that you do not understand the importance of dealing with evil and how incredibly important it is to repulse it with any means available?

        The pastor did well, he took action from the heart. He did so in a very limited scope however, because the nazi order following scum has no right to impose on any grounds, not just a church on passover.

        BUT if we ALL do exactly what he did and clean out our front yard, that will prove to be very much sufficient to dispose of these parasitic non thinking brain damaged order followers.

        The only thing I resent to the pastor is that he didn’t use the most appropriate adjective to deal with these people. He probably ramped it up to “nazi” because they weren’t budging and it is such a heavy loaded term (that goes largely missunderstood because it simply means not-see), but he managed to repulse them, peace be with him.

      • Arby says:

        Nonsense. He’s denouncing abuse.

      • cu.h.j says:

        No I disagree. He spoke the truth. They were behaving like Nazis in this instance and he spoke accordingly. His spirt and the spirit of justice compelled them out. He shamed them and they knew they were in the wrong. This type of “no” is necessary now and leaders must raise the level of “no” to stop this tyranny.

        This is an excellent example of how to use anger in an appropriate way, in my view.

        What they were doing was disgraceful.

      • bleak says:

        Says who? The Roman Catholic church? You’ve been lied to. From the early bishops/politicians of Christianity until now. LIED to. Jesus demonstrated Righteous Indignation (aka ANGER) many times throughout the NT and other texts that were considered heretical by the early church and destined for destruction (Luckily, a lot of them were discovered buried in the desert, Egypt 1945). So read Matthew 21 and stop believing those who told you anger is not Christian. BTW, anger and violence are not the same thing.

      • Duck says:

        “… Had he called them all to repentance..”

        The majority of people have no conception that they have any sin to repent for… even Jesus could not help people who dont think they need his help.

        Calling them out in such a shocking way might make at least some of them think about their actions.

        • vadoum says:

          dots4eyes, considering the above, and the notion of doing unto others,, He was acting as a good christian, being honest and on the side of the truth, but your right, he didn’t heal them, and the result of his rage could have,, well I think they came with loaded guns, trying to help people get over the flu that nobody had..?

          Using anger as a force to heal or teach is described by Tibetan spiritual master Chogyal Trungpa (in “Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism”) as “crazy wisdom”, or in martial arts “crazy/drunken monkey form”. Its only used by the masters because if it goes wrong the anger can self propogate and things get worse..

          But this age-old topic is why were still copping grief from bad players, because its easier to be a coward and pull a trigger than it is to guide that coward through a transmutation.

          I dont think its possible to force someone to ask for forgiveness (“repent”). and that multibodied thing that was imposing itself in his doorway has proven to be an uncaring aggressive automaton and willing to impose slow death of many for the benefit? of a few,,, No. until those types come begging for forgiveness, the moral high ground for the good of all is to not entertain an iota of their fetid narrative.

          Respect to the pastor for his courage (french: heart time) heading us in the right direction.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Edmonton Canada (Calgary and Edmonton are both in Alberta, Canada)

        April 8th – Activist Post
        Police Block and Barricade Canadian Church Over COVID-19 Violations

        Health officials in Alberta, Canada, made the decision to “physically close” a local church building until its leaders agree to finally comply with coronavirus regulations.

        Police vehicles blocked entrances to the parking lot of GraceLife Church in Edmonton Wednesday morning and temporary fencing was erected around the building. The congregation has met normally since summer 2020, despite requirements that church gatherings limit capacity, require masks, and practice social distancing.

        Over the last nine months, the province’s health department fielded more than 100 complaints about GraceLife and conducted 18 inspections, resulting in multiple fines and orders to comply. Its pastor was arrested and spent a month in jail refusing the conditions of bail, that he agree to follow health regulations.

        The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, which represents GraceLife and its pastor James Coates, said the move to barricade private church property prevents citizens from “exercising their Charter freedoms of peaceful assembly, association, and worship.”

        As officials surrounded the church, dozens of GraceLife members gathered outside and sang hymns, according to a report by the Globe and Mail.

        “Please pray for wisdom as our elders navigate this new development!” one member tweeted, posting a screenshot of the view of the new fencing from the church’s security camera….

    • 8Gc58 says:

      Awesome to see! Thanks.

      A couple of more links:

      Longest clip at Odysee:

      Longest clip at GooTube:

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Here is a “Quiet Obedient Response” to a Good Friday Catholic Church service in southwest London…

      In contrast to Calgary’s Pastor Artur Pawlowski, this response is what Authorities desire. Worldwide lockdowns would end tomorrow if every minister stood firm and tall like Pastor Pawlowski.

      Zero Hedge – Easter Sunday April 4th
      “”Brutal” Abuse Of Power: Watch As UK Police Break Up “Unlawful Gathering” Easter Service In London”
      (VIDEOS in article)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      UPDATE – Monday afternoon April 5th
      Mainstream Media desperately tries counter-measures

      If people have not noticed, Pastor Artur Pawlowski’s rant got a lot of mileage. It was being posted all over the place.
      Well, on Monday the New York Times came out with the following article.
      NOTE the keywords all you cracker peckerwoods who are radical, over-the-top Christians.

      How White Evangelicals’ Vaccine Refusal Could Prolong the Pandemic (NYT via Yahoo)

      Stephanie Nana, an evangelical Christian in Edmond, Oklahoma, refused to get a COVID-19 vaccine because she believed it contained “aborted cell tissue.”

      Nathan French, who leads a nondenominational ministry in Tacoma, Washington, said he received a divine message that God was the ultimate healer and deliverer: “The vaccine is not the savior.”

      Lauri Armstrong, a Bible-believing nutritionist outside of Dallas, said she did not need the vaccine because God designed the body to heal itself, if given the right nutrients. More than that, she said, “It would be God’s will if I am here or if I am not here.”

      The deeply held spiritual convictions or counterfactual arguments may vary. But across white evangelical America, reasons not to get vaccinated have spread as quickly as the virus…

      …The opposition is rooted in a mix of religious faith and a long-standing wariness of mainstream science, and it is fueled by broader cultural distrust of institutions and gravitation to online conspiracy theories. The sheer size of the community poses a major problem for the country’s ability to recover from a pandemic that has resulted in the deaths of half a million Americans. And evangelical ideas and instincts have a way of spreading, even internationally.

      There are about 41 million white evangelical adults in the U.S. About 45% said in late February that they would not get vaccinated against COVID-19, making them among the least likely demographic groups to do so, according to the Pew Research Center.

      “If we can’t get a significant number of white evangelicals to come around on this, the pandemic is going to last much longer than it needs to,” said Jamie Aten (“expert”)…

      [Different anecdotes of people are mentioned, including Dr. Simone Gold.]

      …Distrust of scientists has become part of cultural identity, of what it means to be white and evangelical in America, Prof. Elaine Ecklund said…

      …an outreach project to educate evangelicals about the vaccine.
      The project includes a series of short, shareable videos for pastors, answering questions like “How can Christians spot fake news on the vaccine?” and “Is the vaccine the Mark of the Beast?”….

  7. mkey says:

    Ready to take your life back? (featuring: Anderson Cooper as a snake)

    The government of Canada and its paid shills continually say one of their biggest priorities is to “build vaccine confidence in communities so that everyone can make an informed decision on vaccination”. This is something repeated by doctors, scientists, and politicians alike. When you hear that statement, what do you imagine them doing to help people come to an “informed decision”?

    Would you have guessed it’s to pay people hundreds of thousands of dollars to find the best way to manipulate you? That’s right, it’s not to inform you about the potentially dangerous blood clots caused by the AstraZeneca vaccine or the fact that getting vaccinated doesn’t protect you or others from getting or transmitting Covid-19, it’s to lie and trick you. Let me say that again, the government’s idea of helping you make an informed decision is paying people to trick you into doing what they want you to do. When you have a friend like the government, who needs enemies.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I love that WhatsHerFace! She’s got a sailor’s mouth for telling what is going down.

      Tactic #3
      Getting Lives Back drew on the powerful motivation to return to the activities and people they are missing without promising that life will ever fully go back to normal.

      WhatsHerFace repeats this propaganda tactic so it sinks in.

    • vadoum says:

      is that an actual quote? its an oxymoronic statement.

      “build vaccine confidence in communities so that everyone can make an informed decision on vaccination”.

      ,,,part of the new level of degraded dissolving incoherent understanding, but I suppose those concepts arent even in the dictionary because they are biased, might even be unwoke.

  8. OldBullLee says:

    Regarding sunlight and the Scamdemic:

    ‘Simulated Sunlight Rapidly Inactivates SARS-CoV-2 on Surfaces’
    “The present study provides the first evidence that sunlight may rapidly inactivate SARS-CoV-2 on surfaces”

  9. Byron says:

    Hello friends,

    Hat tip to James and Aimee.

    I would like to invite like-minded people in the Nanaimo or Victoria, BC area to email me at [SNIP – no email addresses in the comments, please. People can get in touch with me if they’d like to connect with you directly. -JC]

    Suggested Reading:


    Also, the “Bioinitiative Report” 2012 pdf

    Finally, if you have not been exposed to Claire Edwards’ work on 5G technology I suggest research on the subject.

    Best regards,


  10. zyxzevn says:

    The vaccine as bioweapon
    Dr Lee Merrit Interview – New American
    ..when it comes to the new vaccines, Dr. Merritt, a former military doctor who studied biological warfare, reviews previous animal studies on the technology underlying the vaccines and paints a dire picture.

    It is interesting that she knows about anti-viral drugs,
    (like Ivermectin, HCQ) but doctors who are younger do not.
    (who “educates” the doctors??)
    She encourages boosting your immune-system.
    And fears the long-term effects of vaccines, because the mRNA did not work
    in any known animal studies.

    • zyxzevn says:

      Naomi Wolf: Corporate Dictatorship/Fascism is close
      (Sometimes translated to German)
      Naomi Wolf at the German Corona investigation committee (with Reiner Füllmich)
      Naomi explains how she sees steps towards complete dictatorship being
      taken during the Covid crisis.

      May help to inform people that do not see the dictatorship of medical martial law.

    • zyxzevn says:

      Dr David Martin – When Science Sold Out
      Federal funded research is a racket, the
      laws in the US and EU makes this easier.
      The money goes into the pockets of companies via patents.
      And the people have to pay for it again if they are used.
      This system blocks research that is actually important,
      and only funds research that is profitable to lobbying companies.
      Also blocks funds to research that could put companies in problems
      due to safety or false marketing.
      This system has made scientists into puppets.

    • zyxzevn says:

      Anthony Patch talks about the vaccines and coronavirus in 2014
      (I do not know how long the video stays up on reddit)
      The idea is that the artificial virus was created to push
      people into taking the vaccine.
      And the vaccine contains agents that change your DNA.
      A change that makes you behave more like a slave.

      Updated for 2021:
      The vaccine contains mRNA, but could potentially do the same
      if injected regularly.

      My criticism:
      This is nothing new, agencies have been doing mind-control since ever.
      They use fluoride, drugs, sugar, smartphones, news, TV, sex, opioids, etc.
      They all make you a slave in a way.
      Why not put zombie-drugs or date-rape drugs directly into the vaccines?
      Or did they (CIA) create mRNA that creates these drugs.

    • zyxzevn says:

      Latest vaccine flip-flop gives the vaccine game away


      If you want to know why people get blood-cloths:

      SARS-CoV-2 binds platelet ACE2 to enhance thrombosis in COVID-19
      SARS-CoV-2 and its Spike protein directly stimulated platelets to facilitate the release of coagulation factors, the secretion of inflammatory factors, and the formation of leukocyte–platelet aggregates. Recombinant human ACE2 protein and anti-Spike monoclonal antibody could inhibit SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein-induced platelet activation.

      The last sentence seems to explain what the mRNA vaccines can do to our bodies: The ACE2 combined with anti-bodies of the immune system, can trigger the platelets to activate and cause blood cloths.

      Note: The disease can be treated via http://www.c19ivermectin.com

  11. healer says:

    if you haven’t been to planetlocdownfilm.com I recommend it.
    The video of David Martin is one of the best and most thorough you are likely to see or hear on the subject of the origin, manipulation and criminality of the corona virus. He also makes the point that Big Pharma is poised to make even more money when the fungal and bacterial respiratory infections hit due to excessive use of masking!

    And don’t miss the Catherine Austin Fitts videos if you haven’t seen them.

  12. phil_m says:

    James, I know Patreon has shut you out, but what about Paypal? I ask since that is how I am sending money and don’t want it going into the Paypal’s black hole.

  13. Victor says:

    Don’t know if it’s been mentioned anywhere here but anyway.

    Found this one while reading articles on

    Australian (Aussie) produced documentary.

    “Silenced, Censored & Ridiculed (The Medias Lies)”


    or (get it while it’s still there, even the producers provide the bitchute link at gulag-tube.)


  14. Nick says:

    Hi community just wondering if anyone has anything enlightening to say on the germ vs terrain theory issue. I’ve been looking at the whole dr Kaufman and cowan arguments with an open mind and was amazed to see a very fired up dr mikovitz when questioned on virus proof a month ago. My thoughts.. on one hand it seems like a very flat earth style attention diverting psyop. On the other if virus is a fiction it gives a starkly different view to medicine at large over last century. Seems to boil down to kochs postulates can’t apply to virus cause they express thru cells so can’t be truly isolated.. but if that’s the facts then how can you have anything but association to rest your theory on if you can’t actually see what you say is there? Happy to elaborate if required but would love views from anyone with knowledge on the subject. I’d love james to do a deep dive on this but imagine it’s waaaaaaay down the priority list at this point!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      There have been many, many, many discussions on past Threads concerning the issue(s).
      If you have a strong interest, use the “Ctrl” + “F” keys to open up a search box when you are on various Threads. Then enter keywords.

      I believe the most recent discussion along this line was when Corbett Report Member MagicBullet did some first-hand investigations…
      “I called Dr Eimi Nakayama, Asso. Prof. Dept Microbiology at Osaka University”

    • cu.h.j says:

      I would also love if JC did a deep dive on this topic. My guess based on my educational training in molecular and cell biology in which I only scratched the surface at the bachelors level, is that living systems are far more complex than the “experts” even realize. I suspect that the “terrain” has far more influence on transmission of diseases and that germ theory has been used to further the biosecurity paradigm and technocracy. I do still think germ theory has validity to explain part of how people get sick, but does not explain everything like the “experts” claim but they won’t admit that. I’m sure there are some people who won’t catch diseases despite multiple exposures based on their individual terrain/biochemistry. Environmental conditions, air quality, diet and state of health are also very influential.

      What I have observed working in hospitals is that this year in 2019 there does appear to be a new respiratory illness that presents with low oxygen saturation and blood clotting abnormalities and I have not observed these symptoms in previous years working in hospitals. I do think there is a virus that plays some part in the disease process but that there may be other factors at play that have been ignored because they don’t fit the narrative. The “experts” who are directing this fiasco are manipulating data and stifling science that contradicts the narrative and health care providers including doctors are just going along with it.

    • TracyPete says:

      Nick, germ vs terrain theory caught my attention. Regarding “…if virus is a fiction…,” at the end of an online speech, Dr. Cowan referred to Arthur Firstenberg’s book “The Invisible Rainbow.” I’m a few pages from finishing the book and, while I personally hit my capacity with college physics, I was able to gain a good understanding from his book about the significant relationship between electricity and illness in plants and animals, and radiation’s affect on the earth. As an example, my great-grandfather’s disease and death in 1930 could have been caused, in part, by his early, cutting-edge electrification of his homestead on the plains of Nebraska, as shown in the graph provided on pg. 219 of the book.

      Prior to Firstenberg’s book, I set aside the Mikovitz book I was reading, and I read Dr. Cowan’s book, “The Contagion Myth,” and because of this, and the great research Corbett and others have provided on the subject of radiation, and 5G, we have vastly limited WIFI in our home and reduced EMF exposure. I purchased an RF meter to be sure we saw progress, and learned how to use it from a great online site. I can now use the meter to track changes in exposure levels. I also measured points at our two closest cell towers, and various points in the neighborhood. Currently, we are sitting in a fair location relative to others who live closer to the towers. In addition to protection from EMF, Cowan’s interviews also led me to the science of earthing, and Clinton Ober’s book on the subject, and the health benefits of raw milk, and the widely varying laws in the U.S. Also, on the topic of terrain theory, if you haven’t seen it, Del Bigtree’s interview of Dr. Zach Bush is great, too.

      Perhaps this is elementary, but I gather, in all of these writings and interviews, and in the presentations of the many brave doctors and scientists trying to spread information on early treatment for illness, like Mercola, McCullough, Fareed, Brownstein, and AFLD group, that it is about the transfer of oxygen to the cell. If correct, Firstenberg demonstrates that this is key in radiation poisoning. There is so much information on the topic of early treatment that I compiled a help sheet and supplies in the event our family became very ill. I did become ill, and the treatment worked for me. I am relatively new to Mercola, and I recently found he has more detailed instructions for Brownstein’s H2O2 nebulizer treatments which also worked for me.

      It’s hard to keep up with the great content providers, like Corbett, and others. I will be looking to learn more about these related topics – protection methods like minimizing EMF exposure, earthing, EMF protecting stones and other personal and architectural protection. This, while I work to give and get information from city employees on 5G implementation. I thank James Corbett, though, and so many in his community, for providing access to a fine network of sources and support.

      • mkey says:

        Just to point out something you probably know, but still bears mentioning: RF meters have a set frequency range in which they can measure reliably.

        Also, I’m interested to know more about the anti EMF stones.

        • TracyPete says:

          Yes, indeed. I started with the Acoustimeter RF Meter AM-11 to get my home within a decent range. I would still like to purchase a Stetzer meter, and I believe it may have been Michael Neuert, at the EMF Center, who advised that there would be new meters to read over 6 V/m. For curiosity, I would like to have that meter because we are now in 5G territory, and many of the readings I’m getting are at the maximum 6 V/m.

          Regarding the stones, I first heard about such a thing in an interview – now removed from YT – by Dr. Cowan with the owner of EMFRocks. I didn’t want to experiment with something at that price – called “Tesla” crystals, so I searched out information on crystals/stones and found shungite. There are several sites, and apparently different types of protective stones. I understand shungite is perhaps the “best,” but I want to see if I can find any recent studies. I thought I would purchase an inexpensive shungite neck piece to see what my multimeter (which I purchased to test my earthing products) thinks of it.

      • redrose says:

        Westonaprice.org is a good source for info on terrain vs contagion.

        • TracyPete says:

          Yes, and Weston Price has a great page to search for a location to purchase real, unpasteurized milk. I found a local farm about a half hour from my home. It’s not allowed in my state to sell at the grocer. The farm is a great place a young couple started just four years ago. Feels like we’re making those connections Corbett talks so much about.

  15. mr_shelby says:

    I live in Thailand where it seems that everyone believes, because they believe that everyone else believes. Barely a face in sight on the streets, but quite normal in parks and on beaches (few masks). Indoors is different if a public space, people are now sipping coffee in between mask-wearing. Yet, people will spend time in a bar or restaurant unmasked, then like a Pavlov’s conditioned dog, they automatically put the mask on when they venture *outside*. I can’t fathom it, except for fear of shaming / virtue signaling. I went from having a great time in a packed Irish bar on St. Patrick’s day in Bangkok (no masks or distancing obviously, sorry to rub it in!) to being hunted down by 5 security officers in a shopping mall the next day for not muzzling up. I explained medical exemption. They later found me again & asked me to wear the mask they gave me under my chin to “make others feel more comfortable”. Interestingly, more Thais I talk to will volunteer their opinion & they see through it – the flawed PCR, 95 deaths but constant fear-porn case-demics, Govt tracking (we have a lot of apps here). Govt just told everyone to go nuts for Thai new year (1 week public holiday usually marked with chaotic water-fights) then of course u-turned & said bars may close at 9pm, no water fights…Now we have a call for anyone who has attended a “hot spot” cluster of bars pretty much covering all of Bangkok’s best nightlife spots, should immediately get a test. It is almost as if they are going out of their way to launch a new case-demic, bring in some curfews etc, silence the political unrest & justify *not* reopening for tourism – as recently officially notified to all embassies for timeline this year. The media calls it the “fourth wave”, we never even had a first wave. A seeming majority of foreigners here drink the official narrative cool-aid & are fiending for the vax. On the public transport there is a dystopian announcement voiced by a well-spoken Englishman “Wear a mask to protect against C-19, cover your mouth & nose (said aggressively), refrain from talking”. Domestic flight announcement “Please refrain from drinking or eating and wear a mask at all times, failure to comply will result in punishment by law.” I know I am lucky to have relative freedom of movement here & interprovincial travel but feel like I am on borrowed time. Even in Corbettreport there is little on how Asia fits in with the reset. Can’t afford QE / stimulus. Perhaps “debt swaps for nature” as many families own plots of farmland. If anyone can point me to some sources documenting / theorising how Thailand & Asia fits in with the Great reset, please let me know, thanks.

  16. Thom says:

    An hour +20 minutes on “germ theory” and the SARS C0V2 “COVID-19” hoax.


    link: https://www.bitchute.com/video/kkHYrYFFHCBP/

    Any Canadians on here please consider signing this petition against government implementation of Vaccine passports.

    Petition to the Government of Canada

    Section 6 of the Charter of Rights and Freedom says Canadians have the right to enter, remain in and leave Canada;
    Section 2a of the Charter of Rights and Freedom says Canadians have freedom of conscience and religion;
    Section 15 of the Charter of Rights and Freedom says Canadians are not allowed to be discriminated against based on, for example, mental or physical ability (health);
    COVID-19 passports are being spoken of as the way to revive the travel industry but they stand to put the final nail in the coffin of the travel industry;
    Canadians have the right to informed choice when it comes to vaccines and other medical treatments, they cannot be forced or coerced;
    COVID-19 passports could be used to restrict the rights of people who have refused a COVID-19 vaccine, which would be unacceptable and create a society of have and have-nots, and the gap between those groups has only grown thanks to COVID-19, and we stand at the precipice of the gap getting larger still;
    This is not a partisan issue, it affects Canadians of all stripes and for various personal reasons, and therefore should not be treated as such; and
    Canadians want their freedom of movement and right to privacy of their personal health data to be positively affirmed by the government.
    We, the undersigned, citizens of Canada, call upon the Government of Canada to commit to not rolling out any e-vaccination status/immunity passport to the Canadian public for travel, work, public events or otherwise.

    link to House of Commons Canada e petition here: https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-3236

  17. mkey says:

    BBC Panorama | The PCR TEST FRAUD.

    The closing frame.

    The government says it demands the highest standards and “will be fully investigating all the allegations that have been made”.

  18. weilunion says:

    As fascism continues to claim black lives in the US, one should well remember the murder of Martin Luther King, Jr.

    He Couldn’t Breathe Either–Still Can’t–and Didn’t Get Resurrected


  19. Deb says:

    James, what is your take on Brazil’s current situation regarding the plandemic? Over here the media keeps on reporting crazy death numbers and new variations of the virus, plus vaccinating people with its own version of the vaccine.

  20. sewd says:

    I spent Sunday with about 14 various family members in Alberta. It was such a nice time talking and laughing and being human beings. Hearing kids laugh and play is balm to my soul. Also, every week I go to a ‘non-compliant wiener roast’ with a bunch of people and we laugh and hug and get in each others faces and spaces to share germs and viruses to keep our immune systems and mental health strong! Stay strong people, get together and hug your friends and family.

  21. Tina says:

    So yesterday I tried to log in to Facebook and was told: “Your account has been disabled. You do not follow Community Standards.” I have connected with intelligent, well-informed, and like-minded people from all over the world for the last twelve years on this platform. Since last October, Facebook’s censorship suddenly became more aggressive. I had two posts blocked where I talked about the connection between covid and Vitamin D deficiency, and was given a 30-day ban for “hate speech” (all covid or vaccine related comments). Yesterday’s permanent deactivation of my account came after I posted a picture of the Jewish Star of David with the words “not vaccinated” on it to convey the message that unvaccinated people will become a second class persecuted group and experience the segregation, discrimination, and stigmatization that Jewish people did during Nazi Germany. Because of this, my twelve-year-old Facebook account was instantly deactivated. It’s been about twenty-four hours now that I’ve been experiencing a mild depression and an overwhelming sense of powerlessness. I know that social media is not real life, but this was a reminder of the direction we’re going in. Growing up in the ’70s and ’80s in a free society, I never thought I’d live in a time when the United States would become a fascist totalitarian (bio)surveillance state. It makes my heart ache. I know we (the people) are the majority, but the tiny group of psychopaths running the world are so very, very powerful.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I’m sorry to hear that. Any type of long invested loss can bring some sorrow.

      Perhaps, in this new decade we all can forge fresh and better paths.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I deleted my facebook account a year ago when the Covid-1984 scam started because I found it disgusting how people that I used to like were supporting this agenda. It was also a vicarious existence and I’m actually making more “real” friendships now. I think social media can be a way to connect with people who are far away, but that in person direct contact is better. Real face to face conversations and time spent with friends is always better than via the internet, IMHO.

      But I understand how you feel, to actually feel the shock of what is happening on a visceral level. This is no longer something that might happen later but it’s in our face now. And the time will come when we must stand up against it.

      • hugo.c says:

        I only created a Facebook account because remote friends wanted to use it as a place to ‘stay in touch’. After about 4 months I could see what it was: surveillance. I deleted it.

        That was about 9 years ago.

      • Tina says:

        Yes, this is my attitude today: maybe this was a blessing in disguise and will nudge me back to real-life interactions/friendships. Good perspective and advice. Thank you.

    • Duck says:

      Why are you on fakebook anyway?

      Anyone worth actually keeping in touch with is just a phone call away 🙂

    • yelv says:

      They are only “powerful” if you let them be. We outnumber them by millions to one and as long as we stand together as some have shown in this discussion.

      • cu.h.j says:

        I agree with you. We need to stand up and say no in a very clear way and they will back down. Peggy Hall at The Healthy American knows all of the legal particulars that it’s important to understand. And as a back up here in the US we have our guns (or we should have a lot of them). I’m ready to use mine.

    • rats says:

      Well I think I’ve found the way to decouple from Fb! Been meaning to close my account for a while – perhaps I could use my exit to make a statement like you have (kudos for that BTW) and have Fb do my chores for me. We don’t need them – plenty of other places to find connection.

    • Emily says:

      Why “Build Our Own Prisons” as Catherine Austin Fitts asks? We should use social media that supports free speech–there are so many alternatives now. It’s like banking at a local credit union or supporting a local mom and pop instead of Walmart. If we took our business elsewhere these fascist corporations would collapse.

  22. HomeRemedySupply says:

    ***WORTH WATCHING*** (via InfoWars) video uploaded April 4th, 2021
    Like Event 201, but with more juice

    “SPARS Pandemic Scenario” Exercise (completed October 2017)
    (about 1 1/2 hours)(Show Notes contain LINK to documents)

    SAMPLE PDF Intro:
    SPARS Pandemic 2025-2028: A Futuristic Scenario for Public Health Risk Communicators
    Source: Center for Health Security [Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health]

    This 89-page document is a self-guided hypothetical exercise scenario for public health communicators and risk communication researchers eager to deepen their understanding of the communication dilemmas that could arise when medical countermeasures are developed and distributed during a pandemic.
    The SPARS Scenario features an outbreak of the novel SPARS coronavirus first identified in a major U.S. city in 2025.
    In the United States, an existing drug is repurposed to treat SPARS symptoms while federal regulators work with a pharmaceutical company to fast-track the production of a SPARS vaccine.

    (H/t to Joe.s)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      by Derrick Broze – November 19,2020 via TheLastAmericanVagabond.com
      The SPARS Pandemic of 2025: Echo Chambers and Vaccine Opposition
      In 2017, the Johns Hopkins Center of Health Security ran a simulation of a coronavirus pandemic known as SPARS. What can we learn from this exercise?


      …A lesser known exercise involving the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security took place in 2017. This exercise also involved a coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world between 2025 and 2028. While the exercise has received very little press, the details and findings of the simulation are extremely relevant to COVID-19.
      The SPARS Pandemic, 2025-2028
      In October 2017, the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security released their report, SPARS Pandemic, 2025-2028: A Futuristic Scenario for Public Health Risk Communicators. The report is written from the perspective of someone in 2030 who is looking back on a pandemic which swept around the world between 2025 and 2028. The document states that the creators identified major socioeconomic, demographic, technological, and environmental trends which they believe are likely to emerge during this period. The two trends they said are likely to influence public health emergencies are “varying degrees of access to information technology” and increased “fragmentation among populations along social, political, religious, ideological, and cultural lines.”….

      (H/t Broc West’s Twitter)

  23. ross.s says:

    Wanted to share my experience at the doctor’s office with y’all. I work in a warehouse in Portland, Oregon and I run warm, so my masks end up as wet rags on my face after 10-15 mins. I went in to argue for a mask exemption b/c I had reached my breaking point. But first I had to go into the belly of the beast. Earlier in the pandemic stuff wasn’t this strict at this location, but now I have to go into a triage intake area where I answer the same GD covid questions via a laminated piece of paper and a dry-erase marker. I hand this to the receptionist after being bombarded by COVID warning posters plastered on the plexiglass, and 6ft markers on the floor. I’m so done w/ all this, but even more so in this environment. I’m then corralled into a “green tape area” and at this point my patience has run out. I fill out this odd questionnaire about my cognition (do you have hallucinations?) and after I hand the completed form to the nurse I ask her about the form I’ve never had to fill out before. I’m sure I had some attitude, and I was sighing heavily but I was otherwise compliant.

    The nurse gets less than an inch from my face and answers my question with not a little bit of snark: “It’s to help people!” I note her proximity and she makes some excuse about how she has to operate the scale I’m standing on. Total intimidation/power move. Doesn’t even give me the 18″ of space common in the West. I’m convinced that the battle lines have been drawn; even a nurse in an industry that exists ostensibly to help people cannot remain professional and confronts my dissent with hostility. When in the exam room I compliment her before saying that “all of this is so dehumanizing” to which she responds “we all have to do it.” “That doesn’t take away the sting.” I tell her. I continue to argue my case to my PCP but no exemption. My appt with the doc. turned into kind of a gripe session about all the COVID nonsense, and I was surprised to hear that she hadn’t heard of the Hydroxychloroquine Lancet article being pulled. I didn’t expect to win, but the doc’s lack of awareness (or denial of awareness) or lack of curiosity was remarkable to me.

    These Branch COVIDians have dug in their heels and will not relent. I’m getting out of this crazy city.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I would also want to book a trail and get out of there.
      This 2020 era has disrupted and destroyed so many lives.

      • ross.s says:

        Thanks HomeRemedySupply

        That’s the truth. In fact my 6-year relationship ended thanks in no small part to the disparities between my and my partner’s views on the whole COVID quagmire. I was outspoken about all this nonsense when I was her caretaker. I would argue with the nurses and doctors at the hospitals about the irrational rule of only letting one person visit per stay. Family was in town and couldn’t even visit their sick relative, but they made an exception for her mom (insert eye-roll). In one of my phone call complaints I challenged this rule I said to the nurse “None of this makes sense.” Her reply: “I know.”

        Another hospital wouldn’t even let me be a visitor in the ER because she complained of vomiting and nausea (2 of a list of about 15 symptoms, all of which could describe every single ER patient). I knew exactly why she had the symptoms but that didn’t matter to them. A doctor had to rule out COVID before she could have a visitor. Absolutely ridiculous. The people in positions of power place ZERO trust in any of us, the but they demand unquestioning faith from their subjects.

        This community keeps me sane. I love you all.

    • mkey says:

      Has there been any explanation as to why a warehouse worker needs to wear a mask? Do you get customers in the warehouse? Also, are they giving you a hard time due to your normally high body temperature?

      I think most of us got a taste of how insane people around us can get. I bet a majority of them were just waiting to get in the driving seat and become very important. In fact, they probably feel more important than Jesus.

      • ross.s says:

        The explanation is Emperor Brown’s executive order. There are usually only 2 people in the entire warehouse, and when the other person isn’t my boss, the mask wearing is lax. But yeah, no customers and plenty of ventilation. My boss has been incredibly flexible in offering me more breaks to walk outside, but that’s as far as he’ll go. It’s a small business and I understand that he doesn’t want to run the risk of being fined from the state and incurring unforeseen charges. This is the problem with one-size-fits-all. Every body is different, and every environment is different.

        I feel you with those with chips on their shoulders. It’s a noble profession to get into, but there’s a reasonable link between having a highly respected profession and an inflated ego/purpose. I watch YoungRippa and I’ve seen chippy responses to his tweets about COVID nonsense in which a self-proclaimed “card-carrying epidemiologist” demands he cite his sources. There’s no more conversation, only mandates and finger-wagging. Somehow it’s unreasonable to think that a global pandemic is more complicated than a singular authoritative narrative.

  24. Bova says:

    Thank you for this forum James. Many on this thread seem to be of a high caliber intelligence. That said unfortunately I am not and can not for the life of me share a compelling link. So I urge all to search “Patrick Roddie, respiratory illness and deaths” This man testified at a 2015 or 2016 epa hearing on airplane emissions and a few years later predicted massive respiratory illness casualties from this pollution aka CON-trails. Not sure if it’s related to rona but his prediction of respiratory failure and death was spot on…

  25. Duck says:

    NEWS (you guys may have seen this already but..)

    Amish, Mennonite Communities in Pennsylvania May Have Reached Herd Immunity: Medical Center


    The big LOL is that the authorities are worried that they wont choose vaccination now.

  26. Byron says:

    “Why of course the people don’t want war. Why should some poor slob on a farm want to risk his life in a war when the best he can get out of it is to come back to his farm in one piece? Naturally the common people don’t want war; neither in Russia, nor in England, nor in America, nor in Germany. That is understood. But it is the leaders of the country who determine policy, and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy, or a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship. Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is to tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country.” Hermann Goering, head of the Nazi army’s equivalent of the United States Joint Chiefs of Staff-April 18, 1946. Committed suicide during Nuremberg Trials. “Today Americans would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order; tomorrow they will be grateful. This is especially true if they were told there was an outside threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated, that threatened our very existence. It is then that all peoples of the world will plead with world leaders to deliver them from this evil. The one thing every person fears is the unknown. When presented with this scenario, individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the guarantee of their being granted to them by their world government.” Henry Alfred Kissenger, formerly Heinz Alfred Kissenger, Evian, France, at a Bilderberg meeting on May 21, 1992.


  27. hugo.c says:

    If you’re interested in current geopolitical posturing and stupidity I recommend:


    The TL;DR is:

    * Ukraine has been building up military forces and equipment along the ‘line of control’ between the government and the Donbass separatists (and of course they are responding).
    * NATO allies are doing military drills in the Black Sea
    * Ukraine’s President Zelinsky has stated that Ukraine will ‘take back’ the Donbass and Crimea
    * Russia has reinforced its forces on its border with Ukraine and within Crimea

    This is scary for multiple reasons.

    I will reply to this post with two follow ups; the first how I see the historical background to this, and then a rant on why this is batshit crazy. Please feel free to point out ways in which you disagree with my opinions or statements, and even better if you think I’ve omitted something very important which is germane to the topic.

  28. hugo.c says:

    One of the problems with people of the “West” talking about Crimea is that they know almost nothing of its history. Counter to this is that the peoples of Crimea, Ukraine and Russia are very familiar with this history. Suffice to say that Crimea has been a problem and potential or actual crucial asset for Russia for at least 150 years, or 5 generations.

    Crimea is a peninsular into the Black Sea. It has onshore and offshore natural gas fields and a strong agricultural economy, with tourism also strong. It is thus a critical asset for Russia from a strategic military perspective (only warm water port) having other important contributions (food, energy, tourism). It has a dominant Russian speaking population and has been a summer holiday resort for Russia’s wealthy for generations.

    Tsarist Russia lost the Crimean war (October 1853 to February 1856) and this weakened its “empire”. The war is largely portayed as a yet another intra-Christian war. I suspect Crimea’s strategic significance is downplayed. This is highlighted by the “reclamation” of Crimea by Russian Communist forces in the heavily foreign influenced “civil war” in Russia after the revolution in 1917. Crimea (Autonymous Soviet Socialist Republic of) became a part of the USSR in 1922.

    During WWII Crimea was invaded by German and Romanian forces (1941 to 1944) during which standard ‘ethnic cleansing’ (gays, gypsies, infirm and Jews) by death occurred. Following recapture the Russians did ‘ethnic cleansing’ for collaboration with the Nazi’s by deportation.

    In 1954 the USSR cedes Crimea to the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. This may have been a major screw up. Time will tell.

    After the 1989 “fall” of the Berlin Wall, in 1990 the Russian leadership is promised (in words, not writing; another error by Russia) by the USA Sec of State James Baker that NATO will not expand into central and eastern Europe: “not one inch eastward” of a re-unified Germany. Russia has good reason to fear a unified Germany, it was the last nation to attempt to conquer it (Germany go to within 50 Km of Moscow). Of course, before that we have Napolean wanting Russia’s “lebensraum”.

    In 2014 the USA invokes a coup in Ukraine to seize influence. This threatens Russia’s warm water port and Russia annexes Crimea. A plebicite is held in which 90+% of the populace vote to join Russia. How reliable this vote is I have no idea. But, look it: minus a few years in WWII it had been a Russian territory or protectorate for almost 100 years.
    To understand the importance of Ukraine and Crimea to Russia’s land defences look at this map:


    and look at the Dnieper river and where is flows. Then look at the Donets Hills and the Russian Central Highland and see their military strategic value.

    • hugo.c says:

      Before the rant below, a little of what has happened in Crimea since the “annexation”.

      Russia has built a bridge that connects its mainland to the peninsular. Again, I suggest that this highlights its significance to Russia. This will enhance Crimea’s tourism as people can drive rather than fly or ferry to Crimea from Russia, but maybe its got more to do with rapid military deployment (see above).

      The sea to the north east of Crimea, the Sea of Azov, has been a recent flashpoint. The new bridge’s height above mean sea level (33 metres) prevents large ships from passage. This may be another strategic aim of the bridge. There is some Ukrainian/Russian protocol for admitting ships under the bridge. A few years back some provocative idiot tried to skip this process and found themselves looking at a Russian Navy Destroyer at very close quarters (I’m talking metres here). There have also been numerous USA military flights very close to Russia’s air borders with the provoceteurs turning on their weapons, but not firing.


      Crimea is the natural place for anyone to provoke Russia. It will not, can not, lose access to its only warm water port. It and the Donets Hills and Central Russian Highland are critical to defending Russia’s south western flank. You may not feel this, but Russian military planner do, in their bones. See the map referenced in the post above. Its so bloody obvious that every military planner knows this. I mean, I am not militarily trained and can see this.

      Why is USA/NATO prompting Ukraine to declare that it will “take back” Donbass and Crimea? They are poking the Bear below the belt. This is obviously very sensitive territory. At the simplest, they are just trying to provoke Russia. Whilst the regular Russian citizen is most likely going about life as usual, its leadership are well versed in history and the background political shenanigans and deceptions. They will not fall for this, and the NATO military brass know this. So, why?

      • redrose says:

        Thanks for the Crimea history. I haven’t kept up with it for last few years…

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Ukraine, Crimea, Russia, NATO
        The other day I meant to thank you for posting about this situation.
        I have been picking up articles on it.
        Here is a recent one…

        SOUTHFRONT.ORG – April 6, 2021
        Kiev’s Forces Are Primed For Attack If They Can Overcome Their Own Minefields

        Open and wide-scale hostilities appear unavoidable in Eastern Ukraine.

        Kiev is on the war path, with the “unwavering” support of the US and NATO.

        Over April 5th, and going into April 6th, the Ukrainian Armed Forces (UAF) continued their usual activities of deploying more troops to the demarcation line.

        Russia is also transferring forces to the border with Ukraine and in the Crimea.

        In total, over the last 24 hours 7 separate ceasefire violations were recorded, each including a high number of shots and shells.

        Two UAF soldiers were killed.
        Near the Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR), the UAF has several armored personnel carriers deployed at the village of Schstastye.
        Still, the LPR said its militia was fully prepared to deal with any Ukrainian provocation, as according to them 60% of Kiev’s military hardware was entirely non-operational.
        The Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) reported that its militia had thwarted an attempt by a Ukrainian sabotage group to conduct reconnaissance near the borders of the Republic in the area of the village of Shumy near Horlivka.

        Incidents of Ukrainian servicemen being blown up by their own mines continue…

        ..Ukraine is continually blaming Russia for the concentration of forces, while it keeps shelling both the DPR and LPR.

        It is negotiating with its allies, speaking with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and others.

        NATO’s military attaché and its advisers are expected to arrive on the front line in Ukraine and provide their military expertise in the potential upcoming hostilities.

        The active movement of military transport aircraft between NATO countries and the Ukraine continues.

        The United States and its allies continue to saturate the Ukrainian army with military equipment, including UAVs, electronic warfare systems, anti-tank systems, MANPADS and other modern high-precision systems.

        Meanwhile, the US carried out a typical diplomatic maneuver when a war may break out….

        • hugo.c says:

          Hi HRS,

          Here’s another of my favourite central Asia analysts, Pepe Escobar, on the dangerous Ukraine/Crimea situation in which he includes the NordStream 2 pipeline and much greater geopolitical analysis. I like him. Great writing style and well informed.



          “A possibly hopeful sign is that on March 31, the chief of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces, General Valery Gerasimov, and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley, talked on the phone about the proverbial “issues of mutual interest.”

          Days later, a Franco-German statement came out, calling on “all parties” to de-escalate. Merkel and Macron seem to have gotten the message in their videoconference with Putin – who must have subtly alluded to the effect generated by Kalibrs, Kinzhals and assorted hypersonic weapons if the going gets tough and the Europeans sanction a Kiev blitzkrieg”

          “As part of his current Energizer bunny act, Zelensky made an extra eyebrow-raising move. This past Monday, he visited Qatar with a lofty delegation and clinched a raft of deals, not circumscribed to LNG but also including direct Kiev-Doha flights; Doha leasing or buying a Black Sea port; and strong “defense/military ties” – which could be a lovely euphemism for a possible transfer of jihadis from Libya and Syria to fight Russian infidels in Donbass.

          Right on cue, Zelensly meets Turkey’s Erdogan next Monday. Erdogan’s intel services run the jihadi proxies in Idlib, and dodgy Qatari funds are still part of the picture. Arguably, the Turks are already transferring those “moderate rebels” to Ukraine. Russian intel is meticulously monitoring all this activity.”


          See: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fe/Caucasus-political_en.svg/2000px-Caucasus-political_en.svg.png

          The last part is very worrying. Russia had its own problems with separatist terrorists running under an Islamic Jihadi banner in the Caucuses, particularly Chechnya and North Ossetia. I’ve little doubt the US/NATO/CIA were involved, but the uppity Chehnyans got their arses handed to them by the Russian military.

          Then you have the Syrian proxy war, in which the Russians are invited to be involved by Syria and they do so for three reasons; their military base in Syria, keeping control over these radicalized forces and maintaining influence in the region. They try to carefully get control of Idiot new-Ottoman Erdoghan via threats and bribery/mutual self interest, including a gas pipeline. He then kicks off that recent idiocy between Armenia and Azerbaijan which the Russians need to come and and sort out.

          Anyway, check out Escobar’s piece. He normally talks about the BRI to which this relates. Its the “Great Game” but this time not around UK’s India, but the central Asian “republics”.

          • expaten says:

            I just read the presidential decree that Escobar links to. Zelensky is an absolute nutter if he thinks he’ll be able to re-integrate Crimea by force. He’ll never have the support of the local population there, and I strongly doubt a majority of Ukrainians living on the mainland would support further bloodshed just to get Crimea back. Most Ukrainians would just prefer to be able to travel there by train like they used to. But war? That’s complete and utter insanity.

            As for the Kiev/Kyiv-Doha flights, these existed back in around 2009-2010, so that’s not new, but the change in the militant stance of the Gulf States probably has a lot more to do with this link being re-established.

        • hugo.c says:

          Oh, and thanks for the SouthFront piece.

          • hugo.c says:

            And here’s an interesting “Letter to the President” from VIPS regarding the Ukraine situation, which calls for calm heads and diplomacy. I could not agree more:


          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Zero Hedge – Friday April 9th
            Turkey Confirms 2 US Warships To Enter Black Sea As Ukraine Posturing Grows

            Turkey’s foreign ministry on Friday confirmed that it’s granted permission for US warships to use the Bosporus and Dardanelles straits to enter the Black Sea at a moment tensions with Russia over Ukraine are spiraling higher with tit-for-tat threats. Given it revealed the initial notification was two weeks ago, a pair of American warships are expected imminently to enter the Black Sea.

            The foreign ministry said in a statement while referencing the treaty that regulates passage through the straits: “A notice was sent to us 15 days ago via diplomatic channels that two U.S. warships would pass to the Black Sea in line with the Montreux Convention. The ships will remain in the Black Sea until May 4.”…

            …And Reuters notes the significance of the timing as follows: “The United States has informed Turkey that two of its warships will pass through Turkish straits to be deployed in the Black Sea until May 4, Ankara said on Friday, as Russia has bulked up its military forces on Ukraine’s eastern border.”

            Late Thursday an unnamed US defense official had told CNN the warships would be deployed “in the next few weeks in a show of support for Ukraine,” and further the deployment would “send a specific message to Moscow that the US is closely watching,” according to the report.

            Importantly, all of this comes just days after Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky personally urged NATO to immediately expand its Black Sea presence. He had said in a phone call with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, “Such a permanent presence should be a powerful deterrent to Russia, which continues the large-scale militarization of the region and hinders merchant shipping,” the president’s press service indicated in a readout.

            Zelensky had also traveled to the site of frontline renewed fighting in the Donbas region on Thursday in a show of support to Ukrainian national forces who are clashing with Russia-backed separatists…

            …But Russia’s Defense Ministry on Thursday announced naval maneuvers of its own, confirming that it’s moving more than 10 navy vessels from the Caspian Sea to the Black Sea in order to conduct naval exercises….

    • expaten says:

      The reason why Khrushchev “gifted” Crimea to Ukraine was purely for administrative purposes: the peninsula gets virtually all (or used to get virtually all) of its fresh water and electricity from mainland Ukraine–it was madness to continue to pretend that it made more sense to handle administration from Rostov or Taganrog as opposed to Kherson, Zaporizhia (Zaporozhe) or wherever. I lived in Ukraine from 2001-2011 and travelled to Crimea many times and the connections were obvious.

      Part of my extended family lives in Crimea and they couldn’t care less who runs the place–Russia or Ukraine. What EVERYONE was happy about, except the ultra-nationalists (of which in Crimea there weren’t many) and the Tatars (who suffered after the war and regained a lot of their historical territory and rights since 1991) was that no one died during the Russian takeover of Crimea. Eastern Ukraine? Very different story with what? 15,000 dead at this point and still climbing?? That’s just FUBAR (the rest of my extended family is from Lugansk region and have seen firsthand the killing, the bullshit and all the rest that Simon whatshisname at Vice reported on in 2014-2015. What EVERYONE there (except for the ultra-nationalists on both sides) can agree on is that no one would care who runs the show as long as the fighting stops. When you’re too poor to move or do anything about all the shelling, your home is worthless but you have nowhere else to go, you just have to suck it up, and often that means shutting the fxxk up: live on the Russian side and had enough? Better shut your mouth. Live on the Ukrainian side and had enough? Better shut your mouth.

      The US obviously had a huge influence in the shit that went down at Maidan (Independence Square) but the long and the short of it is that for a long time ethnic Ukrainians didn’t know where they really stood: do we believe in Slavic brotherhood or westernization? I’m pretty sure all but the ultra-nationalists would have preferred a peaceful outcome rather than all the fighting since Ukrainians have never held much historic animosity towards Russia (the Holodomor aside, of course). What they do all agree on is that they don’t want corrupt governments running the show (e.g. Yanukovich, Poroshenko, Tymoshenko et al), but you get the govt you deserve and Ukraine is no different: did Yushchenko in 2005 do ANYTHING to undermine the oligarchs and eliminate corruption? The fxxk he did. He had a 6-month window in 1H2005 which he had absolute authority to do anything; he could have upended all of that, but instead he chose to do diddly squat. Ukrainians to this day remain pissed that, mainly, he didn’t bother to end immunity from prosecution for lawmakers across the country (the single biggest obstacle to progress and reforms) and want their country back: no US, no Russia, just moving forward much like Georgia has except preferring no NATO influence. Ukraine doesn’t need Nato.

      [SNIP – Please keep comments to 500 words or less. Longer comments can be split into multiple posts. -JC]

  29. hugo.c says:

    Here’s where I call in Prof Alfed McCoy and others. China has beautifully “abused” the USA. The deal goes like this: “you get to use our cheap labour force, but we get access to your technology”. From that China builds up its production (offshored by the USA) and builds its economy. It invests this in its people and infrastructure to keep the ball moving. Meanwhile the USA runs stupid wars which help its weapons industry but ignores the rest to the point that it runs a “financialized” economy whilst China runs a “we make stuff that you need” economy (but you cant buy our weapons, they’re for us). Meanwhile, Putin rebuilds Russia out of the Chicago Boys economic “deregulation” destruction and in doing so rebuilds a national identity and some pride. Meanwhile, both are buying USA treasury bonds to keep the USA happy but also investing in gold and other independent financial resources, and most importantly forming non-USA controlled financial exchange mechanisms. Then out rolls the Belt and Road Initiative to out trade the IMF and World Bank at their own game (aka Asian Infrastructure and Investment Bank, or whatever its called).

    This is the backdrop. The failing hegemon is poking with its ineffective military because TPTB in USA/NATO/Wall Street/City of London cant think or dont care.

    There is a counter-point to Crimea/Sevastapol. It is China/Taiwan. I’m not doing another 3000 character history here, just look up the Boxer Rebellion and look at a damn map and the level to which China was humiliated by Western capital since the 1800’s. They, like Russia, will take this bullshit no more, and have learned the tricks played.

    Again, the failing hegemon and its associated bankers, global corporatists and hangers on are poking sensitive places to justify a windfall for the weapons producers and bankers. They are all playing regular 2-D chess, with the “West” using 2 to 3 move forward analysis and the Russians and Chinese 4 to 5 move forward analysis.

    Caveat: I think China’s “social conformist” app happiness is one of the most dangerous things ever developed. Even with Russia’s influence and control over poltical discourse, I’d rather live there. But, I’d much rather live in a place where people can speak their minds without oppression. Sadly, when central Asian despots are asked by the BBC about suppression of free speech they get asked by the despot’s foreign minister “What about Assange?”.

  30. Bova says:

    Just watched “Stand in the Park” and would like to share our stand in a bar with a live band playing. My wife of 40 years and i were hugging and swaying to the music (with masks on) were told to stop or we would have to leave. “Sick society” and “insanity” is abundant in WA state. Thanks for the video James going outdoors now. Over and OUT…

    • ross.s says:

      Bova that is disgusting. I’m sorry you were accosted like that. I fear that the “cafe/bar culture” is being absolutely decimated. In these places the idea of meeting new people, talking to strangers, high-fiving in celebration of sports, or even trying to pick up someone in a bar is a thing of the past when you have employees inserting themselves between genuine human connection because of absurd regulations. No thought, only adherence. Oregon is no different, I’ll see people walking down the sidewalk in the middle of the night wearing a mask. My goodness…

      • cu.h.j says:

        I also experience the frustration and disgust at my fellow humans in my city (the majority of people) who are complying with this madness. It’s really hit me hard as a person with severe soul crushing depression at “normal “ times but this stress has really impacted my mental state. There are some positives though that this has finally shown me beyond any doubt that our governments are the enemy and also that totalitarianism technocracy is trying to take over-for real. It’s no longer just an idea. So this has forced me to take action and also to try to make deeper connections with people of similar mind.

        • ross.s says:

          More power to you, cu.h.j! I’m certainly better off than some who have severe mental health issues, but I can commiserate with you, that these regulations and their current/ensuing fallout is far more harmful than the virus ever was. The politicians don’t care about mental health no matter how often they drone on about it. And its exacerbation may be better for their iron fists in the long-run. They just want control and taxpayers by any means necessary. I’ve gotten better at this “radical acceptance” thing; like when people cross the street to maintain distance is still shitty, but I can deal better with it. Sometimes I’m childish and just blow raspberries when someone masks up to pass me. It’s subtly insulting to deny fellow humans the benefit of the doubt. And that stuff just chips away at me. People need proof of health now, it’s absurd. Most of us are driven by self interest, and that is the most important thing for a healthy and free society. Me not wanting to harm myself translates into community health. Glad you’re here, though. Stay strong 🙂

        • lizzie says:

          Sorry to hear that you get so down cu.h.j. It’s helpful to hear other people describe how they feel, you ain’t alone on that for sure. I hope you can keep finding the nicer moments that lift you up. But let’s be honest it’s shit. I’m so pissed off at nearly everybody I know. It’s one thing when power hungry billionaires and their friends commit crimes against humanity. But when those people on our wavelength are committing crimes against humanity it has a bitter taste.
          I had a cruel hard blow this week. So not only was I bed bound with a “flu type illness”,
          I was made to feel like a dreadful person by my boss and boyfriends mother who could not stop berating me to get a test. All sympathy was replaced by anger. I was not in the humour to tell them that I do not wish to feed the beast and end up in a much ado about contact tracing nothing nightmare.

          • cu.h.j says:

            I’m sorry to hear you were sick and hoping you are feeling better. Vitamin and zinc are good to shorten the duration of illness. No one should push you to submit to medical testing.

            It really seems like people have turned off the “common sense” part of their brain and that’s very disappointing. Anyway I hope you are feeling better now.

            • lizzie says:

              Thanks, I listened to my body, took zinc, C and sat out in the sunshine as it has been superb weather here.
              I’m over it now, it felt like it was the detox my body and brain needed.
              I’m so glad I’ve got my PCR test virginity!!!
              Last week a colleague had a close contact, well actually they worked outside together in a field 🙄who tested positive. My colleague had to take time off work to wait for not one but two negative tests. You bet that if you get a positive they won’t test again.
              That’s a hell of a lot more false
              positives when the double testing is on negative side.
              The whole thing is doused in lies and no matter how many people believe in it, I will not take part.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                lizzie says:
                “I’m so glad I’ve got my PCR test virginity!!!”

                A rare woman now-a-days.
                I smiled when I read your line.

          • ross.s says:

            “All sympathy was replaced by anger.”

            Great way to put it, lizzie. This is exactly how I felt when at the doctor’s office being given a large dose of hostility from the nurse over my objections to all these regulations. Ugh

  31. colosseum says:

    I recently came across this phaenomenon called “pluralistic ignorance” that perfectly fits with the current vaccine narrative:

    “In social psychology, pluralistic ignorance is a situation in which a majority of group members privately reject a norm, but go along with it because they assume, incorrectly, that most others accept it. This is also described as “no one believes, but everyone thinks that everyone believes”. Pluralistic ignorance is a bias about a social group, held by the members of that social group.”



    Everyone gets persuaded to get vaccinated because they (falsely) assume that everyone else supports mass vaccinations, for lack of an accurate perception of the real consensus/dissent (that people do not express for fear).

  32. 8Gc58 says:


    I hear people are talking about “nano worms”. Personally, I reckon this doesn’t look suspicious at all. It simply just looks darker fibers that is moved by air or heat. What do people here think? Just another distraction?

    Preliminary Mask Examination:

    • mkey says:

      IMO just conspiracytainment.

    • redrose says:

      It was embarrassing to watch that silly “nano worm” viseo. Obviously just a fiber moved by breath….

    • 8Gc58 says:

      I’ve been reflecting on why I published the above comment related to the “Nano Worm” idea, mind manipulation, and what’s going on in today’s world.

      Having heard about the idea for a while, I decided to check it out. And, ended up watching the Crowhouse video, linked above. The video looks more like an April fools joke than a serious video. And, that reason made me question my judgement. How can anyone believe that this fibre is alive when it looks so dead to me? Is there something I don’t see? Do I miss something?

      Let’s say the World Nano Worm Organisation (WNWO) entered the scene, with “leading experts” and “fact-checkers”, and said that this video indeed shows alive nano worms and that all nano worms look dead when being alive and moving.

      If I trusted the WNWO it is very likely I would have believed them, and ignored my senses and gut feeling about the video. After all, I am no expert on nano worms. With repetitive events like this, it is not far fetched to believe I would have stopped believing my judgement completely, become very insecure, and always reached out for finding answers.

      Isn’t this exactly where most people are today, in this 🤡🌍?

      Now, if Mr JC were to chime in, and make a 3 hour documentary on nano worms in masks, then what? Well, I would have to go through and read all related articles. Maybe I would change my mind. Maybe not.

    • 8Gc58 says:

      The Last American Vagabond
      New Reports Of Black String-Like Objects On Masks & Swabs – Danger Or “Conspiracy Theory”?

    • 8Gc58 says:

      I feel like getting a microscope to do some investigations myself. If I find time, I’ll report back.

      • cu.h.j says:

        That would be great if you would. I think these black “worms” are just fibers. But I could obtain swabs from work and examine them if I had a microscope, or I could mail it to you and you could analyze it.

        • 8Gc58 says:

          I’ll let you know if I do get a decent microscope. I still also believe these “worms” are nothing but fibers. However, I am not certain as I have no experience with looking at fabrics etc. through a microscope.

    • overtone says:

      I think you guys are right that the videos of “nano worms” don’t prove anything as of themselves.

      However, just because a specific assertion is unproven does not mean the entire premise is necessarily unworthy of further consideration.

      I worked in the science department of a large bookshop in Oxford for several years in the 1990’s and I know that at that time the two hot topics in science and technology publishing were computing and nanotechnology.

      We all know that from that point that computing has exploded and become an integral part of our daily lives. I have always been interested, on the other hand, as to the fact we have rarely heard more of nanotechnology in the mainstream in the subsequent years.

      Call me a fruitcake but I have always found that suspicious.

      We know nanotechnology does exist and is given real world applications and we know that we are experiencing a burgeoning drive towards technocracy by powerful interests with mendacious intent.

      In that context I would say that this is a phenomenon that merits further investigation and should be given due consideration.

      • 8Gc58 says:

        I agree with you, overtone. I would like an explanation on what the “worms” are. If they are just darker fibers, I would like to have that confirmed. If it’s something else, I would like to have that confirmed as well. It doesn’t look suspicious to me. Then again, I have no experience with microscopes nor nano tech.

        If the fact checkers debunk the nano worms claim, then I will get really suspicious on the origins of these “worms”.

        I am certain there is floating with nano tech in the world today, without us knowing. And not talking about in the lame stream media is telling.

    • bogn says:

      I wouldn’t dismiss the claims about nanofibers yet, even if they are not coming from masks. I have a long video talking among other stuff) about Morgellon’s disease but half of it is in Croatian. (
      It is a real disease, albeit controversial – it is even right here in the head of the hydra of resources – sorry about posting this:
      The disease is pretty mysterious. Those tiny fibers have been found to be everything from bacteria, ticks, and fungi to purely causing delusional symptoms. There are claims in the video about the fibers being with a weird composition (inorganic), potentially piezoelectric nanoparticles.
      Start watching from 2:00 if interested. You can use English autogenerated subtitles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mN5YC1q9pkw&t=7s

    • 8Gc58 says:


      Johns Hopkins University confirms: You can be vaccinated with a PCR test, even without knowing

      Inspired by a parasitic worm that digs its sharp teeth into the intestines of its host, Johns Hopkins researchers have developed tiny, star-shaped micro-devices that attach to the intestinal mucosa and can deliver drugs into the body.



      • nosoapradio says:

        Wow! Thanks for that greatreject link 8Gc58!

        Fascinating, as it contains the link to the original paper.

        The discussion of the original paper neatly ties together the profusa Lumee tech, the Quantum dot tattoos and all the other franken-gadgetry evoked on these boards for micro-monitoring our every bodily bio-electro-chemical reaction while also boasting the capacity to introduce so-called “drugs” (read anything they want) into the human body. Both the function and means of delivery of this new tech is… formidable.

        Here’s an extract of the discussion from the original paper linked in your link:

        In recent years, dynamic microfabricated smart integrated devices have been developed, which can be controlled by electrical or chemical signals, but these are large centimeter-scale devices (34, 35). Submillimeter-scale miniaturization of dynamic devices is challenging due to the bulkiness of existing batteries and challenges with reduced wireless power coupling to electrically small antennas. Theragrippers overcome this challenge by using energy derived from the triggered release of thin-film differential stress. They operate like a small compressed spring in the form of a thin-film bilayer that stores energy, which can be released when the trigger is dissolved or softened. [update on the ancient tech of the poison dart: nsp] In our study, the devices are autonomously triggered by physiological temperature. When combined with an appropriately tailored hydrogel patch, theragrippers offer significant tunability and enhancement of drug release characteristics. We note that, other than drug patches, alternate functional modules such as biosensors or microchips could be attached to the theragrippers, opening new possibilities for smart GI-resident diagnostic, monitoring, and therapeutic devices.

        Anal swabs are evoked in your greatreject article that would seem to best adapted to this prototype but I can’t help thinking about the proximity of the cribriform plate to the brain and such old studies as this one, the first to come up in a random google search:

        “Intranasal Administration as a Route for Drug Delivery to the Brain

        A variety of compounds will distribute into the brain when placed at the cribriform plate by intranasal administration…”


    • 8Gc58 says:


      Nano-worms, nasal vaccine or not, the deep nose nasal PCR test is suspicious. Maybe it’s simply done this way to make it as uncomfortable as possible. There are easier, cheaper and far more efficient ways of testing. So, for the record, here are machine-translated excerpts from some old articles on this topic from Norway.

      Saliva samples for testing for SARS-CoV-2 infection.

      The purpose of this review is to summarize the findings of studies on the detection of SARS-CoV-2 in saliva, and whether diagnostic accuracy using saliva samples compared to the use of deep nose and / or throat samples can be calculated.

      The result of the comparison showed good diagnostic accuracy in patients with symptoms tested with rRT-PCR on saliva samples the patient took himself compared with deep nose or throat sample.


      Researchers believe the authorities have chosen the wrong test strategy.

      The test method the NTNU researchers have arrived at will easily be carried out using saliva samples.


      Takes saliva samples: Here they test a new strategy to beat down the coronavirus.

      The researchers at NTNU covid-19 Taskforce are tired of waiting for the health authorities. Now they have started testing a self-developed test strategy they claim will put an end to the corona pandemic easier, cheaper and faster than today’s measures.

      – The samples are very reliable, almost on a par with brush samples in terms of sensitivity. The specificity is the same, says Christensen.

      This means that the chance of incorrect test results with saliva samples is small.

      – When can such a test regime be ready for use in Norway?

      – As soon as there is a political will to do it, we will make it happen, Almaas says.



  33. HomeRemedySupply says:


    Texas Rangers Welcome Back 40,000 Fans on Monday
    Fans fill the stands at the North Texas “Globe Life Field” during the first inning of a baseball game between the Texas Rangers and the Toronto Blue Jays, Monday, April 5, 2021.
    (60 seconds)

    Tuesday April 6th via Activist Post
    Texas Bans Vaccine Passports
    (60 second VIDEO of Governor in article)

    Governor Abbott said,
    “Everyday, Texans are returning to normal life as more people get the safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine.
    But, as I’ve said all along, these vaccines are always voluntary and never forced.
    Government should not require any Texan to show proof of vaccination and reveal private health information just to go about their daily lives.
    That is why I have issued an Executive Order that prohibits government-mandated vaccine passports in Texas. We will continue to vaccinate more Texans and protect public health — and we will do so without treading on Texans’ personal freedoms.”

    • mkey says:

      I’ve seen that. And welcomed it, even if you would probably need to sauce me up really well to get me to go to a baseball match :p

      Media onslaught incoming.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      VACCINE PASSPORTS – Texas vs Florida policy
      Government sector & private sector

      A head-fake by Governor Abbott and other states who “banned vaccine passports”.
      Evidently, Florida got it right. Florida finds it unacceptable for the private sector (businesses) and the government to impose vaccine passports.
      The other states do not ban the passports in the private sector.

      David Knight goes over this in his video entitled “No, TX Gov Abbott Did NOT Stop VaccinePassports”.

      The first 3 minutes give a good summary.

      (H/t to Hanky)

      • mkey says:

        I was ruminating over this Abbott situation and couldn’t remember where this video was mentioned. This is one of those 20 searches Goolag managed to give me what I was looking for.

        • I watched Abbott giving the daily live sit-down scamdemic fearmonger reports in essentially the exact same manner as Whitmer, Murphy, Cuomo, Newsom, Inslee, Pritzker, Beshear & the rest of the blatant NWO terrorist governors.

          If he isn’t an NWO puppet pretending to be a good ol’ boy Texan (a la G.W.) I’ll be very surprised.

  34. corbeaux says:

    It’s nice to see that someone in Canada can stand up to absurd and illegitimate mandates (this should be available somewhere else than youtube but that’s how it was sent to me)


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      corbeaux, I agree. The Pastor Artur Pawlowski video has really gone viral. He has been interviewed on various news stations, and his message has caught a lot of attention.

      North of this comment, is a SUB-THREAD of the Calgary Pastor yelling at 6 cops:“Do not come back you Nazi Psychopaths! …You Gestapo Nazi Communist Fascists! “

      His YouTube Channel is on his Facebook page.

  35. TimmyTaes says:

    I’m currently reading “American Values” by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. It is an excellent book and I recommend it to you all. As the author points out in the chapters on the Cuban Missile Crisis in the early 1960’s. If JFK and Khrushchev hadn’t been the leaders of their respective countries at the time (both JFK and Khrushchev were WWII combat veterans); we would all be dead. Both the American military and CIA and the Russian military and KGB were arguing for nuclear war. General Curtis Lemay was “beside himself” yelling at JFK to nuke the Soviets. “If only 60 million Americans die and 180 Russians die. We win.”
    This is how these MF killers think. If you can call it thinking. JFK and Khrushchev were brave men who gave us the decades of life we had and have today.
    Read the book.

  36. Deni says:

    I would go with an overused song that sings ever true in a revolutionary way, to keep fighting :”We’re not gonna to take it” by the Twisted Sister

  37. ross.s says:

    Hey, NASA can see through walls now. Don’t worry, this is just for helping people like firefighters. Definitely won’t be used for surveillance. Can I say, I abhor government acronyms. That is all 😛


  38. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Zero Hedge – Wednesday April 7, 2021
    246 “Fully Vaccinated” Michigan Residents Catch COVID-19, 3 Die

    …The Detroit News reported that as many as 246 vaccinated Michigan residents later tested positive for the deadly bug, including three who have died.
    The cases were reported between Jan. 1 and March 31, and the 246 had a positive test 14 or more days after the last dose in the vaccine series, said Lynn Sutfin, a spokeswoman for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services….

    • cu.h.j says:

      I guess people should stop supplanting natural immunity with experimental drugs because it’s probably worse for your health than just living life like a “normal “ person. Your know without masks and “physical distancing” that actually prevent strengthening our immune systems.

      And this Covid shot isn’t a one time thing they want to make it annual.

    • 8Gc58 says:

      Same thing going on in Norway. Luckily, it’s just “bad luck”. 🤡🌍


      Seven fully vaccinated residents were infected – now Norwegian Institute of Public Health (FHI) is looking for answers.
      FHI says they have not registered an outbreak among vaccinated people with the same extent as at Gystadmyr residential and activity center in Ullensaker: – We are left with several questions that we do not have answers to, says the municipal chief.

      That so many fully vaccinated people become infected and ill has not happened before, confirms chief physician at FHI, Preben Aavitsland, to VG.

      – We think it’s just bad luck, but we are considering all possibilities, he says.


    • candlelight says:


      First line of your zerohedge article states “So much for the COVID jabs being “100% effective” at preventing “serious illness.”

      Well, guess what? Pfizer or Moderna didn’t make that claim of being 100% effective. They said 95% effective of keeping people out of the hospital and/or dying. A 5% of 1.7 million Michiganders inoculated calculation still renders 85,000 souls still at high risk. 246 testing positive after being inoculated, with 3 dying, are extremely low numbers. No?

      Playing devil’s advocate here, but still…..

  39. donette says:

    What has become of your friend at Media Monarchy? Thanks..

  40. bobel says:

    Hi James,

    For a solutions watch video, it would be helpful if you detailed all the ways someone could use the internet and remain anonymous. For example, be able to access the internet without having to login biometrically/with a pass and not have their IP address tracked. Additionally, alternatives to Microsoft? I’m asking this in case the internet ends up becoming regulated e.g. you would need a pass or something to access it/or if your browsing history impacts social credit score etc.

    • Duck says:

      “..use the internet and remain anonymous…”

      That is not something I would bet my life on… the best you can hope for is to keep yourself confusing and isolate your ID’s.
      A good way is to have a selection of installs on several USB3 hard drives or thumb drives and unplug your internal hard drive… even then I would bet that at least SOME players can finger print your system hardware…. have multiple OS’s and use them for doing different things.
      HAVE A DETACHABLE hard drive for your PERSONAL files and family photos and stuff and never let that touch the PC when its online.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7c_GOduMbA PArrot linux… you can use the ‘anon surf’ button. Super EASY TO USE..better off getting the HOME edition…. worth using as a daily driver PC

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yveTy-mf3u8 Tor in general… LISTEN to how your mobile phone being near your PC can dox you even when your on TOR

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjCqCAgMuXc WHONIX (pretty use.. you use the shared files folder in virtualbox to get any files OUT of your machine…)

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLFFSPRiQo8 TAILS.. safer then Whonix but not good to use

      “..alternatives to Microsoft..”
      Linux is still MOSTLY good…. I doubt that will be the case for much longer… got to say Haiku is looking pretty slick but OpenBSD looks like the most secure OS there is out there right now…. but its not super easy like linux I’m too dumb to use it 🙁

      “..or if your browsing history impacts social credit score etc….”
      It already does… I hear it messes with what kind of deals you get offered by insurance companies depending on if they WANT you or DONT want you as a customer.

    • Duck says:

      In addition to other post… every computer made in the last few years has got pretty much the equivalent of a FULL 486 PC sitting on the CPU doing “stuff” you have zero access to. Outside forces can do stuff on your computer even when its ‘turned off’
      A few makers will sell laptops with it disabled

      Wish I could afford one of those system 76 laptops because they are super slick

    • hugo.c says:

      Hi Bobel,

      Two parts: Threat analysis/classification and Solutions.

      I’m a professional IT person and well versed in this topic, but there are a wide range of opinions on it. Here’s my take.

      The IT Security community speak of “Threat Analysis” which means “who/what are you trying to defend yourself against”. Lets define two classes of threats and then types of actors within those classes.

      Active Attacks (i.e they take over access to/control of your computer), with 3 actor types; A) military intel, B) cyber crime, C) low-level, in decreasing levels of capability. For A) forget it. If they want in, they’re in. For B) the most common attack mechanisms are dangerous links, usually in email, and dangerous attachments. So, ALWAYS read the address bar whenever you are logging in to any web service. It should start https:// and look at the whole abc.def.com type name before the last /some/other/string part. It should be exact and correct. E.g https://corbettreport.com/members/login, NOT https://corbettreport.com.in/members/login. See the difference? For C) these attacks are dealt with by keeping your software up to date. As for opening attachments, dont, unless you verify the sender, or do a save-as and open it on the ‘research computer’ I describe below.

      Passive Attacks/Surveillance, in which some group wishes to learn about you, your traffic, your preferences etc., with the types A) Government, B) Commercial. For A) they just record all traffic and then uses searches on it, but they also mine B) for data. B) is about recording everything you do when you use their services. They will say “you need two factor authentication” and demand a mobile phone number and with this they get all of your human details. Only do this with services you wish to be linked to you. E.g Banks, Government Accounts.

      We are identifying the threat actors and we are partitioning our behaviour and hardware to counter those threats.

      • hugo.c says:

        Solutions: So, there is nothing that can really be done about the A) type attackers, but you can make life difficult for them and largely defeat B) and C).

        You minimally need 2 computers and a BACKUP system. 3 computers is better.

        The backup system allows you to regularly, easily copy data from the Secure Computer to external storage. You do this once a week or whatever, and once a month (or whenever) take a full back and put that in a safe place which is not in your immediate location. E.g you give a copy to a friend who lives a suburb or two away and they store it in a dry place. Actually, make this a swap with them for their data, you safeguard each other’s data.

        This is the MOST IMPORTANT STEP.

        The “Secure Computer” is not connected to any wireless network. If you can run and secure a local area (wired) network, fine. If not, NO NETWORKs. On this computer you can peruse your media, do whatever work you like (e.g producing your revolutionary blog).

        To this, and the BACKUP system you add with one general purpose computer or two, the Research Computer (RC) and My Computer (MC).

        From the RC you boot a secure Operating System, like TAILS, on a USB stick. You have a second USB stick for storing data. On the RC you go wherever you want using TorBrowser (which comes auto-configured on TAILS). Do what you want, but never login to anything. Browse YouTube, Library, whatever and read stuff or SAVE audio or video to the data USB stick. You transfer the saved data to the Secure Computer for viewing.

        From the MC you do “public things”. Banking, govt and whatever accounts you wish to be allowed to be associated with you. You may also want to create a ‘view’ here too. Declare that you are interested in things you should be by opening sites at “approved” locations. This is “official you” where you do things you need to and paint a boring picture of yourself.

        RC and MC can be the same computer and you boot between their local operating system and the USB stick. The risk is in infection at the low-level almost hardware layer of the computer (e.g BIOS). This is rare, because these exploits are extremely powerful and expensive. These attacks are only used when absolutely necessary, as when exposed, their huge potential is extinguished.

        For super-extra-security you do the sorts of things that Snowden and Poitras did: the SC is purchased new with cash a fair distance from where you live. You never install anything on it, just boot the secure OS from USB. AND you only ever use it on some public Wifi, like a library or cafe, and you keep changing that location. A pain in the arse. But, this is if you’re trying to defeat A) type actors (which they were).

        So, assuming you have the 3 computer setup and *religiously* maintain the separation of activity you have 3 realms. Your Secure Computer is known to nobody. Its only interaction is via USB stick with the other computers. You dont need software updates or anything. You may wish to temporarily connect it to a network to install updates, but if so ONLY DO THAT and then disconnect. On the RC you get to “do your thing” and on MC you have a public profile that allows you to do interactions of “official you”.

        • hugo.c says:

          On Tor, VPNs, encryption and DNS:

          Now, James and I disagree about Tor, so make sure you listen to his and other opinions.

          Firstly, I view the Internet, as JC has characterized it, as the “Library of Alexandria”, and like librarians who stood up against the PATRIOT act, I view my “borrowings” (viewings) from the library as personal information which should required judicial warrant before being made available to a government.

          BUT, if the govt it recording all traffic and we have these huge information processing machines (computers) they can snarf it all up and work out who is viewing what, then the govt gets to see all “borrowings”. Snowden comes on the scene reveals all this surveillance. When using non-encrypted access to a website, the passive monitors know both the site *and* page. The Internet Engineering Task Force gets pissed; the US govt has subverted the purpose of the Internet. (The CypherPunks were talking about this years and years before as a huge risk). Response: Encrypt all the things.

          The great people at the EFF and many major commercial sponsors create Lets Encrypt, which hugely accelerates the deployment of encryption for web sites.

          See: https://letsencrypt.org/stats/

          What this encryption does is hide (from passive surveillance) which *page* at a site you are viewing. It does not hide the site itself. That is exposed through DNS. To hide the site, you need something else than your computer to issue the DNS query, or to use the encrypted DNS extensions.

          Tor is a way to push the DNS query to the edge from which you emerge of the Tor network. The same is true for a VPN. Tor is basically a distributed, multi-layer, voluntary VPN service. So, Tor or a VPN will push this DNS query away from your computer and your ISP. Tor is a 6000+ node network (https://metrics.torproject.org/networksize.html). No VPN has this coverage. And, in this case size matters. Every mil intel org wants to survel the planet, and the 5EYES group have the greatest coverage.

          So, as your TorBrowser keeps, every 10 minutes by default, reforming paths through the network your emergence keeps moving. This makes the “correlation attacks” harder for whoever is monitoring.

          Enter, “encrypted DNS”. This was a huge battle, as one can use DNS lookups both for monitoring and defense. Allowing people to use non-local DNS resolvers skirts local defense, and people dont change these things so it creates a huge collection point for people running said ‘encrypted DNS’ services. Enter CloudFlare and their service, or Google and their service. These are now huge accumulators of statistics on site visits.

          What we want (and I have not looked into this) is for VPNs and Tor to use these services such that millions of people’s queries are collected into a set of ‘buckets’. Thus the encrypted DNS services get info about which sites are being visited but not knowing who is doing it.

          Did I mention that its complicated?

        • rebel1984 says:

          That’s alot of work, good advise for super secret spy. For those not wanting to go to those extremes, pick a Linux distribution (Tails uses Linux) and encrypt the file system. That will give someone reasonable security. Clear your browser settings on exit. Cookie autodelete (Firefox) is great, Adblock is a must. Avoid using free email services, if you do free email services isolate in a container (Firefox), or avoid the web GUI altogether using Thunderbird for mail.

  41. 8Gc58 says:


    In case you wonder why you should NOT use a smart phone, listen to the below podcast, and check out the research paper.


    Security Now – A Spy in Our Pocket

    Full show: https://twit.tv/shows/security-now/episodes/813?autostart=false
    Show notes: https://www.grc.com/sn/SN-813-Notes.pdf

    The research:
    Mobile Handset Privacy: Measuring The Data iOS and Android Send to Apple And Google
    Abstract—We investigate what data iOS on an iPhone shares with Apple and what data Google Android on a Pixel phone shares with Google. We find that even when minimally configured and the handset is idle both iOS and Google Android share data with Apple/Google on average every 4.5 mins. The phone IMEI, hardware serial number, SIM serial number and IMSI,handset phone number etc are shared with Apple and Google.Both iOS and Google Android transmit telemetry, despite the user explicitly opting out of this. When a SIM is inserted both iOS and Google Android send details to Apple/Google. iOS sends the MAC addresses of nearby devices, e.g. other handsets and the home gateway, to Apple together with their GPS location.Users have no opt out from this and currently there are few, if any, realistic options for preventing this data sharing.


  42. lizzie says:

    This Good read by a former mainstream journalist, Julie Ballard, hits the nails on the heads about the shamdemic. .

  43. HEDGE110 says:

    Just wanted to share a ‘Solutions Watch’ win I had recently. I got an opportunity to ponder the question, ‘What would you do for 20 pieces of silver?’

    In NSW, Australia the Government has recently introduced the ‘Dine & Discover NSW’ initiative. 4 x $25 vouchers for dining or entertainment per person – https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/dine-discover-nsw

    Spoiler alert – all you have to do to get the voucher is;

    1. a MyServiceNSW Account
    2. proof of identity documents such as your NSW driver licence, Medicare card, Australian passport.
    3. a mobile device (iOS or Android) to download the latest version of the Service NSW app and use the vouchers.

    But wait there’s more;

    ‘Dine & Discover NSW vouchers can only be used within businesses that have implemented a COVID Safety Plan and are registered as COVID Safe.
    If you are going out;
    a. make sure you check-in to your location
    b. maintain physical distancing from others
    c. practise good hygiene.’

    So what was my win? I refused to download the vouchers. I took the $100 hit. I didn’t accept my 20 pieces of silver. I felt a bit of apprehension as I informed my wife of my position. Despite not wanting to know ‘the details’, she supported the decision and we enjoyed a date night and paid full fare. That’s my Solutions Watch win!

  44. taxpayer says:

    Bloomberg recently posted a podcast lamenting that some folks don’t want the “vaccine,” claiming to face a “well-funded” opposition movement. Unlike this site, Bloomberg generally doesn’t link to their sources, but at 20:10 they have a brief extract from Corbett. Link is https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.megaphone.fm/BLM7070525890.mp3?updated=1617662773
    They did not credit Corbett, which seems a violation of the CC BY-NC 4.0 license but perhaps it’s “fair use.”

  45. overtone says:

    Where is New World Next Week? 💚

  46. 8Gc58 says:

    Our beloved fascist leader in Norway, Erna Solberg, has been fined by the Norwegian Police.


    Solberg is the country’s prime minister. The police therefore consider it appropriate to react with punishment. Solberg has therefore been fined NOK 20,000, police chief Ole B. Sæverud concludes.

    – Both [Solberg and her husband] have had roles that fall under the organizer when it comes to Friday. They have helped to carry out events, says Sæverud.

    Solberg and her family gathered more than ten people two days in a row during the winter holidays to celebrate the Prime Minister’s 60th birthday.

    The police themselves decided to start an investigation after NRK revealed that they were too many during the celebration of her 60th birthday.

    Prime Minister Erna Solberg later regrets that the family had broken the rules for infection control, and that she herself has broken the recommendations.

    The family gathered two nights in a row and were more than ten when they ate dinner together. “I should probably do better,” said the Prime Minister.

    – I who every single day stand and tell about infection control to the Norwegian people should have known the rules better. But the truth is that I have not checked the rules well enough, and thus had not realized that when a family goes out together and there are more than ten people, it is actually an event, says Erna Solberg.



  47. 515 says:

    That CNN clip with Dr.Leana Wynn (I would Lena Way but that’s just me) is interestingly enough being “interviewed” by Chris Cuomo, brother of Andrew Cuomo the Governor of New York (and person who covered up tens of thousands of deaths he signed off on) where they are currently testing what? Vaccine Passports. I live in Iowa and nowhere has the red/blue fight manifest itself so severely at a state level. Our Governor Kim has replicated Trump policy, even policies he couldn’t get passed. Iowa outlawed abortion, eliminate ALL forms of estate tax and are trying to bring back the death penalty .. having said all that I hate myself for feeling comforted knowing we will likely follow Texas and Florida in banning vaccine passports. It forces a dilemma that puts my honest beliefs regarding charity and community against my only red line which is my autonomy. That is not open for debate and one of few issues where I draw a line and from there it is not one step back.

  48. r3ality says:

    Finally happened: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7TvL4GlQyMBLlUsTrN_C4Q “This account has been terminated for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.”

    Made sure to cancel the Patreon as well.

    Censorship Day

    • rebel1984 says:

      That’s what brought me here. I like to view on Roku platform big screen while exercising. Noticed the channel was missing today. I’m assuming Corbett will publish on Corbett Extras for now, until that account gets terminated too. If anyone has any ideas how I can bring it back to the big-screen and navigate with a remote please share details. I know I can connect a HDMI cable from main PC – looking for something more permanent. Raspberry Pi project + RSS feed?

  49. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Is a BIG EVENT going to happen this summer?

    The VIX
    The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) has real-time index that represents the market’s expectations for the relative strength of near-term price changes of the S&P 500 stock index often called “the VIX”, a Volatility Index.
    Volatility, or how fast prices change, is often seen as a way to gauge market sentiment, and in particular the degree of fear, stress, worry or risk among market participants.
    The higher the number on the VIX, the more market volatility which exists. (Culled from Investopedia)

    The VIX has been moderately low. (17 level) The stock markets are in a “boring stage” with no big price swings.

    Bloomberg had an article on Thursday afternoon, April 8th entitled:
    “Giant VIX Options Trades Bet That Stock-Market Calm Won’t Last”
    LINK via Yahoo ~~WWW finance.yahoo.com/news/giant-vix-options-trades-bet-191344132.html
    (Bloomberg) — As calm descends on a U.S. stock market that’s posting one record after the next, it appears that one options trader is making a big bet that the serenity is not going to last.
    Somebody shook up options screens Thursday morning with a wager that the VIX Index will rise toward 40 — and won’t be lower than 25 — in July, up from about the 17 level where the volatility gauge currently trades.
    The trader appears to have made several block trades, buying a total of about 200,000 call contracts. That’s almost as big as the total daily volume of VIX calls, based on the 20-day average, data compiled by Bloomberg show…
    …With the cost of protection dropping amid the market’s ascent, some are loading up on protection in case things turn south.

    “With VIX being priced in the low 17 area, I would imagine we would see more of these larger-sized bets going forward,” said Kris Sidial, co-chief investment officer at Abrus Group. “I think smart money understands that, although volatility has contracted a lot in these last two months, we are still seeing signs of excess market fragility appear from many different angles.”…
    The trade comes as a rising S&P 500 Index makes hedging inexpensive.
    (i.e. Insurance if stocks crash.)
    The cost of options protecting against a 10% drop in the biggest exchange-traded fund tracking the S&P 500 index a month from now relative to bets for gains of the same magnitude is the lowest since late February 2020….

    Zero Hedge – Friday morning April 9th
    “Calm Before A Storm” – New VIX ‘Whale’ Bets On “Market Fragility” Breakout This Summer
    (It cites Bloomberg & has a brief VIDEO)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      July Reopening

      AstraZeneca has pledged to make no profits from its COVID-19 vaccine during the pandemic — but that pledge could expire as early as June 2021, according to an agreement with a manufacturer. “


      Biden says July 4 could become Independence Day from the coronavirus in the US


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      by Robert Wheeler – April 7th TheOrganicPrepper
      A new cyberattack simulation, Cyber Polygon, will occur in July 2021…
      ENTITLED “Is 2021’s Fictional Cyberattack Simulation Prepping Us For a Cyber Pandemic? “


      The WEF, Russia’s Sberbank, and its cybersecurity subsidiary BIZONE announced in February that a new cyberattack simulation would occur July 9, 2021. The event will simulate a supply-chain cyberattack similar to the SolarWinds attack that would “assess the cyber resilience” of the exercise participants.

      From the Article written by Whitney Webb and Johnny Vedmore, “From Event 201 To Cyber Polygon: The WEF’s Simulation Of A Coming Cyber Pandemic” :
      The exercise comes several months after the WEF, the “international organization for public-private cooperation” that counts the world’s richest elite among its members, formally announced its movement for a Great Reset, which would involve the coordinated transition to a Fourth Industrial Revolution global economy in which human workers become increasingly irrelevant. This revolution, including its biggest proponent, WEF founder Klaus Schwab, has previously presented a major problem for WEF members and member organizations in terms of what will happen to the masses of people left unemployed by the increasing automation and digitalization in the workplace.

      How do the event coordinators describe Cyber Polygon 2021?

      The newly updated event website, Cyber Polygon 2021, ominously warns as the world is more interconnected and global digitalization accelerates “a single vulnerable link is enough to bring down the entire system, just like the domino effect. A secure approach to digital development today will determine the future of humanity for decades to come.”….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        July 9th, 2021 – Cyber Polygon Event

        At James Corbett’s 5/23/2021 article “MIT: Covid Skeptics Champion Science” is a “Recommended Video” from “Computing Forever” Dave Cullen entitled: The Cyber-Attack Narrative is Underway.

        It includes current Cyber Attack Incidents and also a Klaus Schwab video where he talks about it. Cullen gives us data and other information surrounding this Cyber-Covid.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          One minute VIDEO from the Year 2020 Event…


          Next simulation exercise
          July 9, 2021

          ~World Economic Forum
          TWITTER Patrick Henningsen

        • heather.m says:

          I just started familiarizing myself with the prospects of a massive cyber attack since you shared that video by ComputingForever. Just wondering if anyone has advice as to how to prepare, money-wise. If such an attack(s) would result in the destruction and reformulation of how we save, how we invest, and how we spend, what would be the best way to deal with money I have say in conventional banks and in traditional investment portfolios? Should I pull it all out and buy gold? Is there no way to avoid what is coming next as far as the Great Reset goes? I’m pretty young and not very wise but I know that things are only going to get worse as far as government control goes and I want to be at least somewhat prepared.

          • mkey says:

            You will probably want to diversify. Invest in items you might not be able to purchase tomorrow.

          • cu.h.j says:

            I have gold, silver, and lead and have some land and property. Investing in self sustaining things like a garden and some emergency food would be good. Communication is important too, actually critical to survival. Having a CB radio or above is a good idea.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Personally, over the past years, I have been buying well-known U.S. Mint silver coins. I want an easy-to-verify, easily traded type physical currency for small amounts.

            I also have some crypto and some cash.

            I’m not rich, so this stash is nothing to write Mom about.

            However, as things move closer to a Central Bank digital currency and the IRS becomes more data monitored, I will probably bump up my physical precious metals holdings and cash.

            I save stuff… Tools, hardware, old lumber pieces and all kinds of wild stuff. I try not to buy stuff that I don’t really need. I prefer to purchase things second hand or go to a Thrift store.

            Awareness is a commodity which I highly value.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Just for the record…

      MarketWatch – April 23, 2021
      Really? The market will collapse ‘by end of June?’
      ~~WWW marketwatch.com/story/really-the-market-will-collapse-by-end-of-june-11619199491?siteid=yhoof2


      Well, the 401(k) “Death Watch,” is under way.
      “A huge collapse is coming,” warns longtime market prognosticator Harry Dent. He adds, “This thing will be hell,” it could be “the biggest crash ever,” and the start of “the next big economic downturn.”

      When? By the end of June, if not sooner, it seems.
      That’s less than 10 weeks away. Oh well.

      Dent’s forecast seems to have struck some kind of chord: For about a week or longer the article was the most popular article at ThinkAdvisor.com. But although he may be unique in setting a deadline, he’s not the only guru predicting disaster.

      Just this week I got a note from Jonathan Ruffer, an eminent money manager in London, with this dire warning: “I take it pretty much for granted that the 40 year bull market is ending, and that it will be replaced by hard investment times.” And Jeremy Grantham (also born in England, but long based here) recently concluded that stocks, bonds and real estate are all in a bubble and may well collapse together in the next year or two. Longstanding gloomster John Hussman estimates the S&P 500 SPX, +1.09% could end up losing us all money over the next 20 years even before you deduct inflation, and suspects a quick 25-30% market slump may be ahead…

      …The bears have had plenty of logic and math on their side. But most of them have been predicting various reruns of the Great Depression for most of the past 20 years. Not just in 2000 and 2007, which were good times to get out of stocks, but also the rest of the time, which weren’t…

      …These forecasts are always guaranteed to generate a lot of attention. More important, fears of a market crash have kept vast numbers of ordinary people out of stocks completely. In my day to day conversations I’m struck by how many otherwise sensible people think, not simply that the stock market is risky, but that you can, and possibly will, “lose everything.”

      Why is this? And why do I (and many others) find myself peeking at the latest iceberg warning? It’s hard wired into us, psychologist Sarah Newcomb tells me. Warnings trigger our body’s stress, flight-or-fight responses, she says. “The story that there may be a market boom may move us slightly, but the story that they may be a market crash moves us more,” she says….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      June 28, 2021 – Basel III – GOLD SILVER
      …While full implementation of the Basel III rules has been pushed back until January 1, 2022, the largest players in the gold market (USA, Switzerland, EU nations) have targeted June 28, 2021 as the date by which they plan to be in compliance.
      This shift in behavior implies that significant changes in the precious metals markets lie just ahead, with famed commodities trader Andrew Maguire calling for a $500 boost for gold and a $10-$12 boost for silver over the next 20 weeks…

      New Rules for Banks
      Previously, banks could hold gold on their balance sheets in the form of unallocated paper gold contracts without holding physical gold in tangible form.
      These paper contracts were considered as “good as gold” when it came to determining how much capital a bank needed to maintain on its balance sheet.
      Under the old rules, there was little incentive to hold physical gold, as it was only valued at 50% for reserve purposes.
      Basel III rules move physical gold from being considered a Tier-3 asset to being considered Tier-1, which allows physical gold in bullion form to be counted at 100% value for reserve purposes.
      Gold in unallocated paper contracts will no longer be considered an equal asset.
      For this reason, banks using paper forms of gold to help meet reserve requirements will have to convert those positions to physical metal, or risk becoming too undercapitalized to continue to function….

      From March 2021 Basel III and Gold

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Will the LBMA receive an exemption from Basel III rules? [Video]

        Andrew Maguire addresses speculation around the LBMA’s attempt to avoid the sting of Basel III rules.
        Andrew Maguire believes the impact of Basel III rules on the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) is unquestionable. According to the precious metals expert, despite their persistent attempts, the LBMA will not escape the effects of the new rules on June 28th 2021.
        Basel III delay for LBMA?

        At the close of Q2 this year, Basel III will make unallocated gold trading impossibly expensive, with market makers experiencing an 85% haircut on each trade. With tens of thousands of tonnes of fractionally-held gold and silver cleared every year in the London market it’s no surprise that, as Andrew Maguire put it, the LBMA fought “tooth and nail” to obtain an exemption.

        Upon citing Covid-19 disruption as justification, the LBMA has been granted a 6-month delay before Basel III rules directly affect day-to-day trading. However, Andrew Maguire believes the key player in the Loco London market will feel the sting of Basel III long before 2022…

        EU and Swiss Basel III implementation
        Andrew Maguire predicts Switzerland and the European Union’s adoption of Basel III rules in June, will expose the LBMA to these new standards despite the sanctioned delay.

        As the primary global physical trading hubs and refineries are centred in Switzerland and Europe, in Andrew Maguire’s opinion, the LBMA cannot completely escape the marketwide effects of this historic ruling. Additionally, all market-making LBMA bullion banks also have a physical presence in the EU and Switzerland.

        As Andrew Maguire sees it, the inseparable relationship between these pivotal bullion markets and the LBMA means there is no avoiding the impact of Basel III. The precious metals expert believes the new rules will still impact the hundreds of tonnes of unallocated gold cleared each day in the London market….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Ronan Manly has written some excellent in depth articles.
        Ronan is a precious metals analyst with BullionStar whose blogs
        often cover current themes including what’s going on in the
        London gold market and the gold activities of central banks.

        May 11, 2021
        LBMA misleads Silver Market with False Claims about Record Silver Stocks
        (Long article, but with details.)

        In a shocking retraction, the bullion bank dominated London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) has just announced that it has been overstating LBMA silver vault holdings by a massive 3,300 tonnes of silver.

        This overstatement relates to the total quantity of physical silver bars that the LBMA claimed were being held in LBMA vaults in London as of end of March 2021.

        These LBMA vaults in London are
        three banks, namely the infamous JP Morgan, the equally infamous HSBC, and the maybe not so infamous ICBC Standard Bank, and three security vaulters, Brinks, Malca Amit and Loomis…

        Crime Scene London
        For those who may not know, it was in early March 2021 when the LBMA suddenly and mysteriously decided to change the reporting lag on its London vault silver holdings…

        …And so why did the LBMA suddenly change its reporting lag on London silver holdings to 5 business days from 1 month previously?
        Why of course it was to try to make it look like there was ample silver in London, when actually there was a silver availability problem, the problem (for the LBMA) being that there was massive demand for physical investment silver that outweighed available supply…

        …Recall that the iShares Silver Trust (SLV) then made a prospectus change that same week…
        …Recall that, a group of ETFs, and not just SLV together accounted for held in the LBMA London vaults:…
        …Recall also that in mid March the acting chairman of US regulator CFTC, Rostin Behnam, is on record trumpeting the fact that the COMEX had the “market structure” to
        “tamp down what could have been a much worse situation in the silver market.”
        Tamp down means to drive down by succession of blows, to put a check on, reduce. Are all of these things related? They sure look to be….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        AUSTRALIA exposed
        Perth Mint does not have the physical Gold and Silver

        (According to Perth Mint’s published financials.)

        Perth Mint confirms through a recent press release to its customers that it is running a fractional reserve metals scheme. We break it down right off their annual report.

        Rob Kientz of “GoldSilver Pros” breaks it down in the following video. He also corrects Peter Schiff.
        Perth Mint is approaching insolvency.

        Asking Questions about Perth Mint’s Precious Metals Assets

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Via Zero Hedge – May 23, 2021
        Basel III and the New Role For Gold by Tom Luongo

        Last week both Martin Armstrong and Alistair MacLeod wrote about the changes to the Basel III rules and how they will greatly affect the physical and paper gold markets if implemented in their current form.

        MacLeod’s article from last week is an excellent primer on the definitions and inner workings of the rules, the gold market and the changes to the rules. The short redux is that the advantage to using unallocated accounts, savings accounts which are linked to gold by holding futures contracts, will end.

        We’ve discussed parts of this in the past. The process of creating fake supply to control the price of gold is on the line with these rule changes.

        These rules are coming at the end of June for the European Banking System which will adopt the new Basel III rules.
        In short, the incentive to have exposure to gold as a pile of credit will go away if the banks can’t use any of that as part of their reserve calculations for their ASF – Available Stable Fundings.

        Moreover, any physical gold they hold will be held at a 15% discount.
        Bottom line: these rules will make it impossible for the LBMA member banks to hold any exposure to unallocated pools of gold derviatives –futures and swaps — on their balance sheets.

        It will force a liquidation of those positions and end any fractional reserve leveraging of gold used to suppress the price. There will still be futures markets but the whole of the gold trade will collapse back to simply coordinating supplies of gold from producers to consumers through time, like any other commodity market.

        In effect, Basel III, if implemented in its current form, would change the gold market from a speculative one based on perceptions of the efficacy of monetary policy to control real interest rates to one that should force price discovery in an almost purely physical market….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        June 2nd, 2021 – UPDATE to U.S. Mint Statement on SILVER SHORTAGE
        Via “CoinNews.NET”
        U.S. Mint Offers Point of Clarification Regarding Shortage of Silver
        Today, June 2, the United States Mint offered a “point of clarification” to a public message issued last week regarding the postponement of 2021 Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars.

        In their initial message, the U.S. Mint in part briefly discussed a silver shortage, stating:

        “The global silver shortage has driven demand for many of our bullion and numismatic products to record heights.”

        In their clarifying statement released today, the Mint said:

        “In a message released Friday, May 28, we made reference to a global shortage of silver. In more precise terms, the silver shortage being experienced by the United States Mint pertains only to the supply of silver blanks among suppliers to the U.S. Mint.”

        Blanks are the disc-shaped planchets coining presses strike to make coins. The Mint has been rationing their silver bullion and silver numismatic products due to a limited supply of silver blanks.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      UPDATE – June 2021 Open Thread – SUB-THREAD
      mohammed says:
      “Does anyone think something big is about to happen this summer?
      Like the big “hack” or even aliens psy-op?
      Or am I being too paranoid this time?”


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      June 30, 2021 – CDC’s eviction moratorium order set to expire

      QUOTE from Realtor’s Group which complained thatthe CDC’s moratorium “shifted the economic burdens of the pandemic from renters to landlords.”
      “In doing so, the CDC shifted the pandemic’s financial burdens from the nation’s 30 to 40 million renters to its 10 to 11 million landlords—most of whom, like applicants, are individuals and small businesses—resulting in over $13 billion in unpaid rent per month. Since then, the CDC has twice extended its moratorium, which is currently set to expire on June 30, 2021 (unless extended, yet again),” the application states.

      “The total effect of the CDC’s overreach may reach up to $200 billion if it remains in effect for a year. And due to the government’s sovereign immunity, its inability to provide timely rental assistance, and the judgment-proof nature of the tenants covered by the moratorium, that massive wealth transfer (and accompanying government-sanctioned unlawful occupation of property) will never be fully undone.”

      Via Zero Hedge from Epoch Times
      Supreme Court Asked To Halt CDC Eviction Moratorium

      • mkey says:

        This is an interesting situation. It could very well lead to deflation of the real estate market bubble, provided a significant portion of the leasers are forced to try and sell their property to get out of the predicament. Further exacerbated by the fact many will be enjoying the rent too much to try and get a place of their own. And, of course, in the upside-down bizarro world of paranoia and mass psychosis, those who do the right thing (i.e. settle their debts) turn out to be schmucks.

        For how much do these leased-can’t-evict properties go around these days, anyway?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      UPDATE (but this might be closer to 2022 Big Event)

      40M Americans Bracing For End Of Student Loan Moratorium As Politicians Acknowledge “Unsustainable” Debt
      Zero Hedge – June 8, 2021

      President Joe Biden is still reportedly mulling whether to cancel up to $10K in student debt per borrower, a plan that, as we have pointed out in the past, would mostly benefit the Democrats’ wealthier, college-educated voters.

      In Congress, several plans were kicked around earlier his year before President Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus was ultimately passed. But analysts at Goldman Sachs believe a more scaled-down plan is the most likely.
      With the moratorium on student loan payments set to expire on Oct. 1, a critical headwind that has allowed (mostly middle-class) Americans to bolster their savings substantially.

      According to Bloomberg, “there’s an unwelcome side of the return of business-as-usual after the pandemic: They’ll have to start repaying their student loans again.”

      “More than 40 million holders of federal loans are due to start making monthly installments again on Oct. 1, when the freeze imposed as part of Covid-19 relief measures is due to run out. It covered payments worth about $7 billion a month, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York estimated. Their resumption will eat a chunk out of household budgets, in a potential drag on the consumer recovery.”

      The problem is that even before the pandemic started, Americans were starting to slack on their student loan payments. In a sense, politicians were fortunate when COVID-19 hit, if only because it gave the government cover to impose the moratorium.

      [GRAPHS which show how people had stopped paying on their student loans over the years (which never can be forgiven in personal bankruptcy courts)]

      Politicians already recognize that America’s student debt burden is already unsustainable. Of the government’s $1.7 trillion student loan portfolio, almost one-third is unpaid. That $435 billion is comparable to the $535 billion that private lenders lost on subprime mortgages during the 2008 financial crisis.

      Repaying is especially difficult when recent graduates are finding trouble earning high wages in the labor market And with the US economy is still 7.6 million jobs short of pre-pandemic levels, many more of them are likely to be out of work now..

      Minority borrowers and older borrowers also struggled to keep up with payments before the pandemic….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      AnimalsArentFood says:
      Feels like stage 2 of the rapid global takeover is coming this summer or fall…
      …what do you think ?….


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Third Week of June 2021

      Gareth Soloway
      In his most recent Friday June 18th, 2021 interview, Gareth Soloway alerts everyone to some predictive price actions in the markets. He shows some technical graphs which indicate potential future market activity. We could see a further sell off in the stock market. It is well worth watching this interview on Kitco News.
      Entitled: ‘Fast’ market sell-off is coming warns Soloway; Stocks haven’t done this since start of pandemic
      20 minutes.

      Several market related events occurred around June 16, 17 and 18.
      ~~ The Federal Reserve implied that they might raise interest rates (twice) within the next 18 months or so. (i.e. Traders are a bit worried that the Fed could raise rates sooner than expected.)
      ~~ Friday marked “quadruple witching day,” the quarterly simultaneous expiration of U.S. options and futures contracts, a market event that has in the past spurred record trading volumes as investors and dealers buy and sell derivative contracts and shares to replace expiring positions.
      As Reuters pointed out: “A near-record dollar amount of single stock equity options -totaling $818 billion – is set to expire at the close of trading on Friday afternoon.”
      For the week, most major stock indexes were south or flat.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Concering July 31st, 2021 and after in the U.S.

      Associated Press – June 24th
      CDC extends eviction moratorium a month, says it’s last time

      WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration on Thursday extended the nationwide ban on evictions for a month to help millions of tenants unable to make rent payments during the coronavirus pandemic but said this is expected to be the last time it does so.

      Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, extended the evictions moratorium from June 30 until July 31. The CDC said that “this is intended to be the final extension of the moratorium.”

      A Biden administration official said the last month would be used for an “all hands on deck” multi-agency campaign to prevent a massive wave of evictions. One of the reasons the moratorium was put in place was to try to prevent further spread of COVID-19 by people put out on the streets and in shelters.

      As of the end of March, 6.4 million American households were behind on their rent, according to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Nearly 1 million said eviction was very likely in two months, and 1.83 million said it was somewhat likely in the same period.

      The extension announcement Thursday was accompanied by a flurry of eviction-related administration activity, including by the Treasury Department and the Justice Department. New Treasury guidance was issued, encouraging states and local governments to streamline distribution of the nearly $47 billion in available emergency rental assistance funding. And Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta released an open letter to state courts around the country encouraging them to pursue a number of alternatives that would protect both tenants and landlords.

      Gupta’s letter states that “eviction filings are expected to overwhelm courts across the country,” unless additional steps are taken. ….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      …continuing this SUB-THREAD of
      “Is a BIG EVENT going to happen this summer?”

      DATES to NOTE – June 21 through June 25

      Zero Hedge via Activist Post – June 24th, 2021 – Patrick Wood
      “FAA Warns About “Electromagnetic Radiation” Around Alaska’s HAARP Facility”

      HAARP was deactivated in the early 2010s but it may be springing back to operational status in 2021 as the FAA issues a flight advisory about electromagnetic radiation over its location in Gulkana, Alaska. Its purpose is shrouded in secrecy but it is directed at Earth’s ionosphere. ⁃ Technocracy News & Trends Editor Patrick Wood

      By: ZeroHedge
      A longstanding topic of great speculation among curious minds is HAARP, a controversial Alaska-based research facility that studies the outermost layer of Earth’s atmosphere: the ionosphere.

      HAARP (short for High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) has been at the center of wild speculation that its high-power radio frequency transmitter facility can control the weather. Though those claims have yet to be confirmed, conspiracy theorists say otherwise.

      HAARP has fallen out of the news cycle in recent years for inactivity, but there’s reason to believe that it’s being fired back up for “scientific research.”

      A notice to airmen (known as a NOTAM) was issued by the Federal Aviation Administration on June 17 with the beginning date of June 21 through June 25.

      The NOTAM places “temporary flight restrictions” around Gulkana, Alaska, where the HAARP facility is located. It reads that planes are restricted from flying in the Gulkana airspace due to “electromagnetic radiation for scientific research.”….

  50. 9tH says:

    Congrats! Kicked out of gootube after all. 🙂

  51. Paul says:

    I’m just wondering what the stated cause was of being deplatformed from YouTube?

    It isn’t always the most recent video released but don’t they usually send an email?

  52. kfel says:

    I know the Corbett report has detailed a relationship between the AstraZeneca vaccine and eugenics, and Bill Gates and eugenics, but I’m wondering what are the absolute best sources connecting eugenics/nazis with the entire pandemic and covid vaccine, including pfizer, moderna, J&J, etc. thank you !

  53. 8Gc58 says:

    Thrombosis and Thrombocytopenia after ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 Vaccination

    We report findings in five patients who presented with venous thrombosis and thrombocytopenia 7 to 10 days after receiving the first dose of the ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 adenoviral vector vaccine against coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19). The patients were health care workers who were 32 to 54 years of age. All the patients had high levels of antibodies to platelet factor 4–polyanion complexes; however, they had had no previous exposure to heparin. Because the five cases occurred in a population of more than 130,000 vaccinated persons, we propose that they represent a rare vaccine-related variant of spontaneous heparin-induced thrombocytopenia that we refer to as vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia.


  54. Frisian says:

    NCTV (Dutch National Coordinator for Counterterrorism) tracks citizens without authority with fake accounts on social media.
    Photos of the individuals would also be collected, presumably those posted by the individuals themselves on social media. The NCTV tracks political campaign leaders, religious leaders, and left-wing and right-wing activists, among others.


    Also a article about the NCTV in NRC (Dutch newspaper):
    Former chief NCTV Paul Abels wants sentences in this article removed. Just before publication he threatens by text message that “as a former intelligence officer” he can assure that “it will take us little effort” to find out the identity of NRC’s sources. The sentences he objects to give “pre-eminent” opportunity for “judicial investigation” into the sources. So they had better be removed “for the safety of your sources.” NRC refuses to do so.


    Welcome in the Netherlands.

  55. lizzie says:

    This might have been posted already. Not one but two WEF members both died recently in mysterious circumstances.

    The Merkle and Putin chat about it seems bizarre, was it another branch of globalists sending a message to WEF?
    Was the conflict internal? Civilian attack? Unless it was a bone fide terrorist we would have heard about it by now.

    • 6-DayCalendarWeek says:

      Just read your linked article, first I’d heard of this.
      Fascinating, sounds very much like a 007 script (except the [City of] London-based globalists are the worst-of-the-worst IRL).

    • mkey says:

      That’s a very interesting account, but I found most interesting is thar the two of them discuss the pandemic as if they don’t know what it’s truly about.

  56. flammable says:

    Since Trump’s presidency I noticed a huge wave of censorship and people irrationally throwing away freedoms. I don’t think Trump was put into office just for false hope against the deep state. He was there to create a learned helplessness that would escalate to the point of people supporting lockdowns. The presidency was still seen as a sacred and powerful office. When an openly crude and disrespectful individual is in that position people are understandably terrified by the possible harm he can cause. It traumatized many to the point where they will sacrifice all logic just to oppose him in some way.

  57. Philemon says:

    Reposting on the Open Thread:

    Regarding the Science Says presentation: My favorite philosopher of science is unquestionably the late Paul Feyerabend. Reading Against Method in graduate school was one of my red pill experiences. Feyerabend is a much better historian than Kuhn and I think his epistemological anarchism is very much on the mark. If method and theory aren’t separable then justification is internal to a mode of inquiry. It’s not truth-relativism, rather justification-relativism. There’s no universal method of inquiry or justification. Trying to impose such a thing will cripple knowledge production.

  58. flammable says:

    The previous use of asymptomatic spread referred to one species which collects a pathogen that CANNOT infect it and spreads the pathogen to another species which CAN be infected. An example are multiple reptile species carrying salmonella bacteria. No matter how much salmonella the reptiles collect they do not get infected. However humans handling these creatures have been infected with salmonella.

    So this creates a lot of confusion for those who know what asymptomatic spread meant before. If everyone is spreading asymptomatically, what is the risk if no one can be infected but only spread it? Apparently asymptomatic and symptomatic can for the FIRST TIME IN HISTORY be switched on and off at will. The Sars-Cov-2 virus can somehow completely restructure the entire human microbiome to prevent infection or allow infection. That is amazing.

  59. Mielia says:

    odysee exclusive (too spicy for gootube)

    about Peter Gotzsche (formerly Cochrane, booted out for alleging that is has become compromised (not sure whether only around the topic of vaccines) – and has gotten a new sponsor (Bill and Melinda Gates foundation)) (two books of him mentioned, potentially a good addition to your personal crisis of science list folks)

    and then mainly about Immune System & Vaccines

  60. studiotwoseven says:

    …is this the sort of stuff you would be looking for if the human trial of an optogenetic rollout was being tested?


  61. studiotwoseven says:

    …oh and (sorry!) here is a redirect if you don’t know what that previous post is about


  62. 8Gc58 says:



    Greta Thunberg donates $ 100,000 to covid-19 vaccination

    – We have the funds needed to correct the imbalance in the world when it comes to the fight against covid-19. Just as with the climate crisis, we must help the most vulnerable first, Thunberg said at a joint press conference with the WHO.

    – It is completely unethical if rich countries now vaccinate young and healthy people while the elderly and sick are not vaccinated in poor countries. This is a moral issue, Thunberg said.

    Thunberg fears that unvaccinated delegates from poor countries will not be able to attend [the climate conference].

    – It must happen in the right way. The best thing would of course be to get everyone vaccinated as soon as possible, so that everyone can participate on equal terms, Thunberg told the BBC.



  63. Abductedbyfire says:

    Here’s some fun trivia, because I’m a nerd: My husband and I decided to watch all the X Files starting with Episode 1. Season 1, episode 11 “Eve” is about eugenics. This may not be news to most but it blew my mind since this is the first time I have watched the show. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the topic is portrayed (accurately, in my opinion) in a very disturbing light. Anyway, just wanted to share. Thanks for reading!

  64. Marc Moïni says:

    From Reddit, in case these are useful to anyone here:

    “(Part 2) Never before seen 9/11 photo, discovered in a photo book I received from a late relative. The photos have never been digitized nor seen by anyone other than her — until now.”


    • Fact Checker says:

      The comments are disheartening.

      It’s always weird to find that people still believe the official faerie tale.

      The picture clearly shows a massive outward explosion, yet the commenters all smugly parrot the outlandish, reality-denying official talking-points.

      • flammable says:

        I think the testing for fireproof steel beams is also part of establishment science. Hitting a steel beam with controlled flames is not the same a completed building with utilities, load, and aging hit by a large plane and catching fire. I believe a fire can take a skyscraper down and any claims of preventing that are just to make money off a building project. Still, I also believe explosions happened at all the WTC buildings.

        It’s not just these photos showing outward explosions but debris was sent flying nearby buildings. A collapse cannot possibly shoot steel and concrete hundreds of feet away into a building. There were also settlements with 9/11 victims families who proved their loved ones suffered explosion damage as evidenced by their bone fragments. A collapsing building can destroy most evidence but explosions in the targeted locations will guarantee it.

  65. Fact Checker says:

    As a wholly-inadequate tribute to the late, great Alan Watt, someone on bitchute posted this April 2006 appearance of Mr. Watt on Coast-to-Coast A.M.:


    15 years ago, and he described exactly what is now happening in tremendous detail, with deep historical background and sourcing. Very much worth a listen. He was under-appreciated in his time, and tragically as far as I can tell he has been instantly all but forgot, even by those to whom he was hugely influential.

  66. Steve Smith says:

    Dear fellow Corbetteers. I come to you tonight seeking counsel.
    One comes to believe as he grows old that he knows his own heart. How emotionally devastating it is to discover a dark little nugget of betrayal lurking within me.
    I live in Florida. A state that only went insane for a couple months. And when I say state, I mean the State government.
    The freaking counties and municipalities are a mixed bag of batshit crazy boomers. And the people are downright hopeless for the most part.
    But my distress is caused by discovering that I admire Ron De Santis. The Republican Governor of the State who is pretty damned well informed and truly doesn’t seem to be part of the psyop.

    I can’t like a statist! Especially if he is politician!
    Somebody please talk me through this paradox!
    Signed, confused anarchist

    • Duck says:

      “….Dear Confused anarchist
      It sounds to me like your a little ‘Gov Curious’ which is perfectly fine, whatever people say. It may be that these feelings will pass in time or you may want to explore the Political lifestyle full time. Just be honest with those around you (as long as they are not likly try to lynch you or form an internet hate mob!) and be yourself. It perfectly normal to feel this way, especially in these trouble, high stress times.

      Signed Abby….”

      More seriously, people function in groups and groups need a leader. As long as the leader takes care of his group he deserves some respect… leaders reflect the people they rule for good or ill

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I also like some of the actions which Ron De Santis has done.

      Great Barrington Declaration Scientists with Gov. DeSantis in Florida

      De Santis stood out amongst other Governors who banned “mandatory vaccines”. He included private businesses, whereas other Governors (such as Texas) only banned mandatory vaccines in State public institutions.

      As far as the term “statist” goes…
      I don’t care what type of category a person fits into…race, religion, political bent, ideology, occupation, philosophy, etc.
      What counts in my book is the individual’s actions.
      I support anyone’s specific activity which promotes beneficial actions.

      We’ve all known assholes in every category. Just because assholes are in my preferred category, doesn’t mean I support them.

      • Duck says:

        ‘…. Just because assholes are in my preferred category, doesn’t mean I support them…”

        Pretty much anyone WITH power probably IS an asshole, other wise they would not have it…kinda like puppies round a food bowl some nastier person would have snatched it.
        Personally think its better to support people who do something good in general rather then expect them to “be” good… after all, for all the faults of the American and British Empires they sure beat living under a Soviet or Nazi one.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Duck says:
          “Pretty much anyone WITH power probably IS an asshole, other wise they would not have it.”

          I go back to Corbett’s stuff about Psychopaths and Sociopaths who prefer to dominate others. There is nothing like ruthlessly rising to the top for these folks. Dr. Fauci and Bill Gates are good examples.

          However, that said, not all bosses are sociopaths nor psychopaths. I have had some good bosses in my times.

          • Steve Smith says:

            “ However, that said, not all bosses are sociopaths nor psychopaths. I have had some good bosses in my times.”

            HR, I’ve had good bosses and some mean ones and some apathetic ones but I’m not sure that I’ve had psychopathic ones. There were many that I never got to know very well so who knows?
            But I learned early in life because of a father who was a sailor that hierarchies are pretty important.
            I’ve sailed with captains who I would never choose to sail with again but I obeyed orders even when I disagreed. Just as I have followed instructions that I didn’t agree with or understand at various jobs. Until I could extricate myself from the organization.
            So it wasn’t really much of a surprise that I quit working for others and started my business back in ‘96.
            Just as it wasn’t really a shocker that I stopped doing boat deliveries with other captains.
            I just discovered that I don’t have the temperament for submission.

            But I understand why many bosses think that they must drive people and browbeat their subordinates.
            They’ve been conditioned to believe that the bottom line is the ultimate goal. Money, power, job security. These are what drives their decisions and demeanor.

            While I have maintained a business that has supported a couple of households for a quarter century. I was never foolish enough to believe that accomplishment would be considered a success by the world. Because in truth, I never intended to make a lot of money or to “grow” the business. My motivation has always been to make friends, please customers and make a living all while maintaining a civil relationship with my employee/partner, a 40 year marriage and a sometimes tenuous grasp on sanity.
            I was successful at that. But even my extremely humble little business, as well my marriage, is a hierarchy. Can’t work otherwise.
            But I try not to be a dick about it. 😉

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              I started laughing…That last line is a winner.

            • Duck says:

              Steve Smith

              “… I’m not sure that I’ve had psychopathic ones…”

              Actually, you probably have… he was probably just a cold person who would charm you too your face and fire you the second it suited him.

              In a properly balanced society they either scum it up in ‘gin lane’, or do the dangerous nasty things normal people are scared or repulsed by.

              Some time in the last , maybe 50 or 70 years, we got societal AIDS and stopped judging people AND started moving around more.

              Without proper societal sanctions on them low level Psychopaths have run wild like bunnies in Australia… you see them in offices, HR depts and pushing papers for the Gov.

  67. 8Gc58 says:


    I’m using a lot of different online email services for the purpose of testing different solutions. One of the service I’ve been using is discreet.email:

    Discreet.Email is a secure email service provider (Secure ESP) with a global ecosystem designed to reduce the risk of a single local entity or government gaining access to our user’s information and messages. Discretion is our number one goal! We have parts of our ecosystem spread across Europe, the Caribbean and North America (soon to include Asia).

    Right now the domain got deactivated:
    Domain discreet.email was deactivated.

    Unable to connect to the database!
    Please contact your server-administrator.

    Very suspicious.



  68. robster says:

    Anyone has more background on how non-vaccinated people get sick from being around vaccinated people? See https://open.lbry.com/@makiafreeman:8/covid-vaxxed:2. We know contagion of viruses is a myth, but if this is true, then what would be the mechanism?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Non-vaccinated people get sick from being around vaccinated people?

      I don’t know much about it, but I appreciate the post Robster!
      I’ll be looking into this further.

      Coincidentally, there is this recent news from the Miami Herald…
      Miami private school Centner Academy won’t employ vaccinated teachers, staff

      “I believe strongly in Health Freedom and “my body, my choice” and for that reason, did not prevent employees from choosing to take the COVID-19 vaccine prior to April 21, 2021,”
      (Leila Centner) she wrote.
      “However, reports have surfaced recently of non-vaccinated people being negatively impacted by interacting with people who have been vaccinated.”

    • nosoapradio says:

      Hi Robster,

      Corbett commenter zyxzevn had posted the following link with a certain Yolande Norris Clark who at just around 43 minutes and 5 or 10 seconds into her exposée, as she’s addressing women’s reactions to the “vaccine” attempts to describe how the phenomenon might work. She doesn’t believe in “Germ theory” or even “shedding” either but evokes bio-resonance. Whatever the case may be, she is exceedingly articulate:


    • mkey says:

      How is shedding confirmed? If the same critieria is applied as for cocrap, then we can readily assume that data is not statistically relevant.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Page 69 – Exposure of the Pfizer Clinical Trial Protocol

      An occupational exposure occurs when a person receives unplanned direct contact with the study intervention, which may or may not lead to the occurrence of an AE (Adverse Event).
      Such persons may include healthcare providers, family members, and other roles that are involved in the trial participant’s care.

      The investigator must report occupational exposure to Pfizer Safety within 24 hours of the investigator’s awareness, regardless of whether there is an associated SAE (Severe AE).
      The information must be reported using the Vaccine SAE Report Form.
      Since the information does not pertain to a participant enrolled in the study, the information is not recorded on a CRF; however, a copy of the completed Vaccine SAE Report Form is maintained in the investigator site file.

      — Heard about this from an InfoWars video, and so I had to search for the document myself because there were NO friggin’ SHOW NOTES at Infowars, (as usual).
      WWW banned.video/watch?id=608ae63efa4c1203126555e9
      Just 2 cents here…
      It makes sense that when a person has something toxic in their system, the body often responds by trying to expel it…whether vomit or breath or sweat or poop or pee (notice my use of medical terms).

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        ANECDOTES of Bizarre Physical Phenomena
        There are many anecdotes from people on this webpage.
        Very interesting.

        • cu.h.j says:

          My guess is that there is no harm for people who aren’t “vaxxed” being around people who are with this experimental gene therapy.

          It doesn’t make sense that they would pose a threat because the way the drug is supposed to act is force the body to make the antigen. I just don’t think these reports make much sense logically. I have been around “vaxxed” people and I’m “un vaxxed” and I have had no side effects whatsoever.

          I think this is to make people who question the experimental injection appear paranoid and crazy. When the most rational and logical reason for not wanting it is because you chose what goes into your body, period. That should be the end of the discussion at that point “I don’t want it, okay no problem” no further mention of it after that point.

        • robster says:

          For some reason the vids and “actors” here look staged to me. What if this too is a giant psy-op like covid itself is? These stories all seem to persist the virus theory hoax, just a different method of “contagion”. Now I do believe that sick people have an effect on others by mechanisms yet to be identified, but the fact that even on the Pfizer website one can easily discover “incriminating” information makes me suspicious. This stinks. I’ll see if I can find examples in my own circle of trust, then I’ll start worrying more. Until then I’m taking these stories with a grain of salt, as there is a lot of controlled opposition out there.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        via MERCOLA.COM – April 26, 2021

        Researcher Gets 1000s of Responses to Survey on COVID Vaccine and Menstrual Cycles

        FULL TEXT
        A researcher at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign posted April 7 that she was doing a survey on changes to women’s menstrual cycles after the vaccine. Initially, associate professor Kathryn Clancy anticipated that perhaps 500 or so would respond.

        So far, though, more than 25,000 women have filled out her survey. Meanwhile, various vaccine and medical watch boards are seeing similar comments, and gynecology experts are offering a variety of explanations.

        “The idea that a vaccine might affect a woman’s cycle is a tough one to explain from a biological standpoint,” Health, an online health website said. It could be coincidental. It could be a reaction to stress or physiological responses that could occur after any vaccine.

        One doctor, Mark Turrentine, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine in Texas, also pointed out that menstrual disturbances were not reported as side effects in the clinical trials. On the other hand, women’s health expert Dr. Jennifer Wider told Health that “there just isn’t enough data to show that the vaccine could impact menstrual cycles.”

        “Could the vaccine interact with the body’s hormones or are there other factors at play like stress? That remains to be seen,” she said. [END]

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        UPDATE – Bizarre Physical Phenomena – “Shedding”

        April 29, 2021 – GreenMedInfo
        Miami School Asks Staff Not to Take COVID Jab; Global Media Assault Follows; Pfizer Trial May Support School’s Concerns

        …Fact #3: There is a Plausible Epigenetic Molecular Mechanism in Biology Whereby the Vaccinated May Affect the Health Status of the Unvaccinated

        The third major substantiating factor behind identifying the potential harm the vaccinated may have on the unvaccinated concerns the discovery of so-called horizontal information transfer within biological systems mediated by extracellular vesicles (EVs), which include a virus-like phenomenon known as microvessicle shedding and/or exosome-mediated transfer of nucleic acids. This falls within the category of epigenetics….

  69. mkey says:

    MODERNA Vaccine Wreaks Havoc on Lytton BC and Local Doctor Blows Whistle!

    The good censored doctor Charles Hoffe tells a rather chilling tale about how Moderna’s experimental therapy is being applied in his small locale. He also touches on how he’s being payed on work provided, which does not account for paperwork, so he and other doctors in a similar predicament are expected to handle the redtape required to report adverse reactions on their own time. Which, presumably, many will opt not to do.

    • mkey says:


      Why won’t anyone listen to the doctors? How could it be one giant conspiracy, how could all the doctors be in on it?

    • mkey says:


      This guys lost his tinfoil hat sometime during the examination.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks for that Dr. Charles Hoffe interview.
      I am noticing common themes…
      …other medical professionals refuse to acknowledge and will try to censor any type of Vaccine Adverse Event.
      …the reporting system for Adverse Events is snarled up, suppressed and often not even known.
      …in many cases victims of the Adverse Events did not inform themselves about the DNA changing shot. They “trusted” the narrative and Authorities, and did almost no research.
      …I am finding from comment forums and conversations that many people believe a myth. They think that the shot will prevent them from getting the Covid infection and also prevent them from spreading Covid.

      Remember a few months ago?…
      …Videos of women having spastic body convulsions?

      Thursday April 29th, Del Bigtree on The Highwire interviewed three ladies who were in those videos many of us watched.
      It is a long interview.
      VIDEO – Go to the 35:40 mark to get a visual of the women with spasms.

      All three women worked in the medical field.
      None of them had ever heard of the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) even though they had in previous years seen other people or patients who had vaccine injuries.
      One of the women, after three months of submissions was finally accepted by the VAERS.

      None of the women did any serious, hard-study homework about the Covid medical devices (vaccines) prior to getting the jab.
      In fact, it sounds like they ONLY followed the mainstream media and never did any deep dive research about this Covid era.

      A HUGE common theme:
      90% of the medical establishment either refuses to treat them, or refuses to acknowledge that their injuries are the result of the jab.
      Mainstream Medical does not want to see vaccine injuries…and they strain to be blind to them.

  70. mkey says:

    Lettre ouverte d’anciens militaires à nos gouvernants

    Deepl translation:

    Mr. President,
    Ladies and Gentlemen of the Government
    Ladies and Gentlemen of the Parliament,

    The hour is grave, France is in peril, several mortal dangers threaten her. We who, even after retirement, remain soldiers of France, cannot, in the present circumstances, remain indifferent to the fate of our beautiful country.

    Our tricolor flags are not simply a piece of cloth, they symbolize the tradition, through the ages, of those who, regardless of their skin color or creed, have served France and given their lives for her. On these flags, we find in golden letters the words “Honneur et Patrie”. Now, our honor today lies in denouncing the disintegration that is affecting our country.

    This deterioration, through a certain anti-racism, has only one goal: to create on our soil a malaise, even a hatred between communities. Today, some speak of racialism, indigenism and decolonial theories, but through these terms, it is the racial war that these hateful and fanatical supporters want. They despise our country, its traditions, its culture, and want to see it dissolve by tearing away its past and its history. Thus, they attack old military and civilian glories with statues, analyzing centuries-old words.

    This disintegration, along with Islamism and the suburban hordes, is leading to the detachment of many parts of the nation, transforming them into territories subject to dogmas that are contrary to our constitution. However, each Frenchman, whatever his belief or his non-belief, is at home everywhere in France; there cannot and must not exist any city, any district where the laws of the Republic do not apply.

    Delay, because hatred takes precedence over fraternity during demonstrations where the power uses the forces of order as auxiliary agents and scapegoats in front of French people in yellow vests expressing their despair. This while infiltrated and hooded individuals vandalize businesses and threaten these same forces of order. However, these forces are only applying the directives, sometimes contradictory, given by you, the government.

    The dangers are rising, the violence is increasing day by day. Who would have predicted ten years ago that a teacher would one day be beheaded at the exit of his college? We, the servants of the Nation, who have always been ready to put our skin to the test – as our military status demanded – cannot be passive spectators of such actions.

    Therefore, those who lead our country must imperatively find the necessary courage to eradicate these dangers. For that, it is often enough to apply without weakness the laws that already exist. Do not forget that, like us, a great majority of our fellow citizens is fed up with your wavering and guilty silences.

    • mkey says:

      As Cardinal Mercier, Primate of Belgium, said: “When prudence is everywhere, courage is nowhere. “So, ladies and gentlemen, enough procrastination, the hour is serious, the work is colossal; do not waste time and know that we are ready to support the policies that will take into consideration the safeguard of the nation.

      On the other hand, if nothing is undertaken, laxity will continue to spread inexorably in society, ultimately causing an explosion and the intervention of our active comrades in a perilous mission to protect our civilizational values and safeguard our compatriots on the national territory.

      We see it, it is no longer time to procrastinate, otherwise, tomorrow the civil war will put an end to this growing chaos, and the deaths, for which you will be responsible, will be counted in thousands.

      First signatory generals:

      Lieutenant General (ER) Christian PIQUEMAL (Foreign Legion), Lieutenant General (2S) Gilles BARRIE (Infantry), Major General (2S) François GAUBERT former Military Governor of Lille, Major General (2S) Emmanuel de RICHOUFFTZ (Infantry), Division General (2S) Michel JOSLIN DE NORAY (Troupes de Marine), Brigadier General (2S) André COUSTOU (Infantry), Brigadier General (2S) Philippe DESROUSSEAUX de MEDRANO (Train), Air Brigadier General (2S) Antoine MARTINEZ (Air Force), Air Brigadier General (2S) Daniel GROSMAIRE (Air Force), Brigadier General (2S) Robert JEANNEROD (Cavalry), Brigadier General (2S) Pierre Dominique AIGUEPERSE (Infantry), Brigadier General (2S) Roland DUBOIS (Signals), Brigadier General (2S) Dominique DELAWARDE (Infantry), Brigadier General (2S) Jean Claude GROLIER (Artillery), Brigadier General (2S) Norbert de CACQUERAY (Direction Générale de l’Armement), Brigadier General (2S) Roger PRIGENT (ALAT), Brigadier General (2S) Alfred LEBRETON (CAT), Medical Officer (2S) Guy DURAND (Service de Santé des Armées), Rear Admiral (2S) Gérard BALASTRE (Marine Nationale)

  71. mkey says:

    What to do with your vaccination record card

    Thanks to TFTP for the laugh.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Three Easy Steps to Prepare your Vaccine Records for Authoritarians

      Get a whiff of that…a whole new twist to answering the Authoritarian request,
      “Papers please. Hand over your vaccination records.”

  72. mkey says:

    Parents Take Over School Board, Elect New Members, Immediately Vote to End Mask Mandate

    “They [school board] have the audacity to leave when we come here as peaceful parents to talk to them,” a parent is heard saying on the video.

    After the school board officials vacated the premises, the parents invoked a legal procedure known as Robert’s Rules of Order. According to KNST, the parents then voted in a new school board.

    That new board then voted unanimously to end the mask requirement in all Vail schools.

    Whether or not this procedure holds merit remains a contested issue as school board members are elected in the city’s election process by voters. However, according to the person who took the video below, they claim the entire process was legal.

  73. robster says:

    The first house ever to be sold for ₿Itcoin in The Netherlands: https://twitter.com/DocumentingBTC/status/1388192059044110339. Let’s see where this is headed…

  74. candlelight says:

    Linked below is a lecture by G. Edward Griffin that was filmed on April 3, 1969. Many of you may know that, like James Corbett, Griffin is a rather staunch acolyte of Carroll Quigley.

    One has to assume, however, given the nature of this lecture, that it predates Griffin’s becoming acquainted with Quigley’s writings, otherwise, its tone, direction and philosophical underpinnings would be thoroughly different. In other words, what the lecture lacks in its entirety, is any reference to, or inference of Quigley’s treatise, which Griffin describes in later years as “The Quigley Formula”.

    On many, many levels, this 52 year old lecture is a fascinating “period piece”. And like a prism, it can be viewed through any multifaceted light of ones choosing.

    That I was engaged in and was supportive of the antiwar movement in the United States at the same time Griffin was filming this, all I’d like to say is that objectivity is at a premium.

    QFC: What’s your take?


    • nosoapradio says:

      huh. April 3rd, 1969… I remember that day very clearly. One of my better days. “Objectivity is at a premium”. Well. My curiosity’s piqued. May have to take a look at that link after Duck’s HigherSideChats interview and a swim in the sea.

      • candlelight says:

        Interesting you remember that particular day clearly.

        Actually, I had my dates wrong. I didn’t participate in the antiwar movement for another year and a half, until October of ’70…I believe.

        Anyway, a swim in the sea sounds great. That’s what I call seizing the day!

        • nosoapradio says:

          Actually nothing particularly momentous to anyone but myself happened that day. Emotions help engrave the images… that can offer retrospective insight on subjective reality…

          And no carpes in this salty sea but seizing days is the best way to remember them I guess! Memory, however… A whole other intriguing topic for another Corbett page!

          Have a good one yourself!

    • Fact Checker says:

      Do you know what “acolyte” means?
      ‘Cuz, like, I don’t think you do…

      • candlelight says:

        To tell you the truth, I looked it up before using “acolyte”, because it does have, or can have, a heavier meaning than what I wanted to convey. So, here’s the corresponding Merriam-Webster definition(my emphasis):

        Synonyms & Antonyms of acolyte

        one who follows the opinions or teachings of another

        “a highly influential economist whose acolytes can be found at many major universities”

        Also, another synonym is “adherent”.

        I wasn’t using it in a religious sense. But, given the fact that the writings of Quigley inform quite a bit of Corbett’s world view on geopolitics and 3D chess as its allegory, I thought “acolyte” as defined above was appropriate enough.

        The old Griffin lecture, though, in my opinion, is an eyeopener. And, yes, you could say the use of the word “acolyte” is an ever slight dig at the idea of following any dogma too closely.

        It is funny, though, that in a much more recent talk, Griffin does explain that in his opinion – and I’m paraphrasing – Quigley was actually quite fine with he idea of a secret, behind-the-scenes, society. He also mentioned that Quigley, himself, was a Council on Foreign Relations member.

        I’ll throw this out as a question/s: Was Quigley a 60’s whistle-blower on the inner workings of a global secret society, whose name is nonexistent, or unknown, according to Griffin?

        Was Quigley, then, to this unnamed secret society as Edward Snowden is to the intelligent agencies? Is there any equivalency?

        • candlelight says:

          intelligence, sorry. lol

        • Fact Checker says:

          Quigley was an apologist and advocate for the “Anglo-American Establishment.”
          He wuz for it–not agin’ it.

          • candlelight says:

            I’m not sure if he was for or against “the network” as much as he seemed to me to be more of an impartial, professorial sleuth, having simply an intellectual interest in uncovering historical information and piecing whatever he could together, come what may. But, then again, how many secret societies do you know, who would invite anyone other than a “friendly” to look over their record books for a whole two freaking years?

            It does seem from interviews that he strongly felt that his work was being misinterpreted by others – notably the conspiratorial minded far-right, to whom on record, Quigley gave exceptionally short thrift…. Well, either he was being completely straight up, or he was purposely backing away and downplaying his findings in subsequent years for some unknown reason.

            For instance, regarding your basic conspiracy of influential groups of Wall Street financiers controlling the country, was Quigley understating and/or covering-up when he said

            “…In fact, they never were in a position to ‘control’ it, merely to influence political events.”

            See: http://www.carrollquigley.net/biography/Making-Birchers-Bark.htm

            Was Quigley being honest? Was he lying? Or, a little of both?

            I suppose it would be logical to assume that in exchange for the access Quigley was granted, there would be a certain amount of control applied to the narrative of his work, such that not only could “the network” influence political events, as Quigley claimed, yet failing to mention, it could influence political writing, as well. His own.

            Exposure and influence peddling all-in-one?

            • Duck says:

              “…“…In fact, they never were in a position to ‘control’ it, merely to influence political events.” ..”

              I doubt very much that ANY group can really have its way all the time- if they could you would already be eating bugs in a coffin apartment.

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