Holiday Open Thread

12/28/20211,250 Comments

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It's the end of year hiatus, so while you're here, why not kick back with the Twelve(ish) Days of Corbett and participate in the Holiday Open Thread?

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  1. Valhalla Awaits says:

    I’ve been listening to the audiobook of Becoming Supernatural by Dr. Joe Dispenza. I think (almost) everyone here could benefit from checking out his work if you’re not familiar with it already.

    What I believe would be especially beneficial is where he speaks about negative thought & emotion patterns and how eventually they manifest as sickness in the body. What we’ve all decided to take on here is a heavy burden of negative knowledge about the world. We don’t have to bury our heads in the sand to stop the obvious stress & anxiety that come from this research and knowledge, but we can learn how to undo some of the damage and even recognize these patterns so that we can stop them in their tracks.

    Happy Holidays to everyone and James. Enjoy your time on this planet and laugh at the absurdities of life.

    • Steve Smith says:

      I read his book “Evolving The Mind” awhile back. It was a game changer for me. I often draw upon what I learned there.

      I hope that I come across this work soon.

    • frankwd says:

      I have a problem with people like Dispenza running a business off of people that are searching for a more “spiritual life” or are hoping to find relief from the pain they are suffering from. Joe Dispenza is a huckster. He uses Pseudo Quantum physics combined with “new age” philosophy to sell fantasy. Spiritual “awakening” is not an ego affirming “happy” pursuit. People have to face the reality of existence as it truly is, and not turn it into a “Positive, affirming” thing. Sorry if this sounds harsh…. I am not a subtle person but I mean well.

      • Steve Smith says:

        Does sound a bit harsh but hey that’s how you feel.
        It also sounds like something someone who hasn’t really read much of what the guy wrote would say too.
        I found a lot of value in what I learned about how my own brain works from his book.

      • Valhalla Awaits says:

        So we should just accept harsh reality, stew in negativity, and be miserable? Oh man, I should’ve come to you first for advice! What was I thinking asking successful happy people??

      • Valhalla Awaits says:

        So I guess I shouldn’t listen to Michael Singer either, who had VERY similar mystical experiences to Dispenza, who went on to build Medical Manager which was acquired by WebMD in a 5 billion dollar stock deal. Another huckster trying to sell me on spiritual awakening in his books I guess.

        Tell us Frank, what wise advice do YOU have for us?

        • scherry says:

          Dang. Y’all really so happy that you can’t tolerate opposing opinions? Your responses to Frank says a lot about how these books have really changed your lives. Lol. So funny. Have a nice day.

          • Valhalla Awaits says:

            The problem scherry is that the majority of people who follow alternative media are negative. They want the world to be a terrible place with no hope of fixing it so that they can have no responsibility in their life.

            Whenever you try to bring up something positive, miserable people always try to tear it down. It’s just getting frustrating. Why spend time in these spaces when its mostly negative? I’ve been following Corbett for 6 years now but this past little while people have just completely given up hope in the comments here.

            The people you’re around make you who you are, and that includes who you spend your time around online. Maybe this place just isn’t right for me anymore. I’d rather not wallow in misery forever and create an amazing life for myself.

            • Rene Rose says:

              The problem Valhalla Awaits is that you are assuming a lot about Frank. All he did in his comment is share what he thought of Dispenza. He did not say to just “stew in negativity”. You then pretty much went on the attack because he didn’t affirm your choice of how you deal with the situation we find ourselves in. What we all need to do is learn to LISTEN to one another. We won’t always agree but we shouldn’t attack those with different views. Was everyone supposed to just agree with you? Or like the “normies” always say agree or just shut up? I personally was happy to hear another view. I want to hear as many as I can because, as Jordan Peterson says everyone is blind to a lot of their own faults, and hearing others opinions helps me see my blind spots. Yes Steve. I agree you need to be less harsh. We all do. We are all in this together. Happy Holidays all. To you and yours James, bless you and my Sincere thanks for your exhaustive work on so many important subjects.

            • Fact Checker says:

              “The problem scherry is that the majority of people who follow alternative media are negative.”

              Why is that necessarily a “problem”?

              As the great Thomas Ligotti has intoned:

              “Once and for all, let us speak the paradox aloud: ‘We have been force-fed for so long the shudders of a thousand graveyards that at last, seeking a macabre redemption, a salvation by horror, we willingly consume the terrors of the tomb… and find them to our liking.’”

              Songs of a Dead Dreamer and Grimscribe

            • Jed says:

              Go make an amazing life for yourself and screw everyone else who’s being exterminated. And FU to everyone who brings up this negative stuff — spoilsports!

            • EngineeredPhilosopher says:

              The problem Valhalla is, when people are looking for authority (the state, religion, gurus, ideas and ideologies) to handle their inner insecurity instead of handling it (in) themselves (i.e. where it happens).

              It is the old snake ouroboros problem: The existence of inner and outer authorities are the reason for fear and insecurity which in turn is the reason for authority. How can we brake the vicious circle? By reading books? No, but by understanding ourselves. Right now not tomorrow.

              Disclaimer: I do not know this Dispenza guy so this responds neither negatively nor positively on the veracity of his teaching.

        • mecabunnyzilla says:

          Books by Michael Singer include,

          1. The Surrender Experiment, my journey into life’s perfection.
          I just read this book. It is a narrative and an easy read. If you ever spent any time on a path to awakening, this is a nice compliment.

          2. The Untethered Soul. This book is how he looks at things over the last 40 years of life-changing experiences.

          Also, there is an only course by Micheal Singer called

          I am happy to buy these books and learn any wisdom from him. The same with his online course.

      • openlens says:

        Heehee. Wartime, peacetime, desert or jungle, primitive or “cultured”, no matter where you are or when it is,
        I assure you, from deep experience, that you will ALWAYS…


      • EngineeredPhilosopher says:

        You are right frankwd that spiritual “awakening” is not an ego affirming “happy” pursuit. But how can you be sure that it never starts out as such?

        Spiritual “awakening” is not an ego affirming dwelling in frustration and negativity just as well. But how can you be sure that it never starts out as such?

        Rose is right you should both learn to listen.

    • j.a says:

      Hi James, I just wanted to let you know what I experienced in my small town in New Jersey. Our TownHall had been closed for about a year and a half so I have been paying our Taxes and Water bill in a Drop Box. One day in August I saw that it was open so I decided to go in and pay my Tax bill. As soon as I opened the door I saw what looked a 65 in flat screen TV with a Camera on top. It immediately put a square on my eyes and I believe it to an iris scan of my eyes and took my iris biometrics just like in the movie the Minority Report. I don’t know how many databases it has been shared with and it was taken without my permission. I could not believe it and have not gone into the Town Hall since that day. I am also a Federal employee and am waiting on my Religious Exemption Request. I have decided a long time ago that I am not taking the shot at the risk of losing my job. My Agency is 95% Vaccinated. I just wanted to share. Thanks GA

    • ad says:

      personally, i cannot do much with the positive vs negative analysis. it sounds too abstract to fit anything in particular, so it’s where your thinking stops. or not quite, but in such a way that it becomes childish, it defies analytical thinking as well as becoming physically active. it makes you easy to control, it makes you turn your back on the world, it makes you crave for magic, for that is wat a child understands.

      i noticed for quite some time the rising interest for magical representations in some of the alt media. they started expressing funny word combinations. the words they use are well known from science and technology, but the verbal constructs are extremely impossible. for example, what would be the meaning of “needing a higher frequency of your consciousness”? and how are low frequencies bad and high frequencies good? and what about “energy”, “dimension” and “vibration” in the way they are used in non-technical descriptions of reality.

      it seems to me this is not just something of people lost in their “negativity” mode, but there also seems to exist an active source to feed it, to help it keep on track and even deepen it. i wonder whether it has anything to do with the global “new religion” that would have to replace all other religions. this “new religion” would consider science to be god and as a functional necessity, scientists its priests. it would explain why technical terms are used in magical fashion, comparable to the use of latin in the catholic church of old times.

      ok, up to here i tried to suggest that “positive” and “negative” is part of a bigger plan.
      i will now try to explain the fundamental drive that produces the state of depression that makes such categories seem real and important.

      In biology, man is part of the tree of life, living on a branch called ‘Primates’, together with gorillas and some apes. Millions of years ago, an ancestor of this branch was hit by a genetic defect, in our times known as the GULO-mutation. It destroyed the body’s production of gulonolactone oxydase, an enzyme needed in the liver to make Ascorbic Acid or Ascorbate, from glucose.

      We need Ascorbate for some 300 processes in our body, such as the immune system and the production of all connective tissue, including the formation of blood vessels and wound repair.

      Ascorbate is almost synonymous with life itself. It is omnipresent in living nature, plants and animals alike. And therefore, this GULO defect was easily compensated for by eating plants and animals, as they incidentally already did.

      So the mutation went unnoticed and even present day humans are largely ignorant of its existence.

      • ad says:

        Let’s just take a goat, one of our far nephews in the tree of life. Under stationary conditions, a goat produces 5 to 10 gram of Ascorbate a day. Under stress however, this production rate may rise to a tenfold 50 to 100 gram a day.

        ‘Stress’ here is anything perceived life threatening by the animal itself, through sensory perception.

        The absolute production turns out to have a linear relation with body weight. It differs among mammals, between species as well as between individuals within a species. 100-300mg per kilo bodyweight seems a rather typical base production between mammals.

        For humans, the situation is similar in first analysis. Without the GULO mutation it seems extremely feasible we would follow the general mammalian pattern. There is an important difference however.

        Unlike goats and co., humans suffer from an extra stress factor, that makes them more stress-sensitive. I propose to call it “virtual stress”. This is an extremely important concept, so let me elaborate.

        Of course, humans live in the natural world too, just like goats do. But apart from that, humans build a model of their world in their consciousness, based on all their own private experiences and even on experiences of others through our sophisticated methods of communication and registration.

        But much more interesting are the dynamic consequences of the existence of a virtual world in our heads. That’s were thinking enters the stage. We can visualize a copy of this internal world or part of it to simulate some problematic situation, trying to find out where it will lead us, so that we can look into the future. this is what happens in your head when thinking, all by itself.

        Furthermore, there is a very essential idea, that, unfortunately, i can not find any reference for. It seems pretty obvious though, in a logical as wel as in a practical sense.

        The idea is, that the physiological system that basically tries to keep homeostasis in most biochemical processes cannot discriminate between real stress, coming from the outside world via the senses, and virtual stress coming from a virtual world, a simulation of reality in our head purely by a thinking process that tries to figure out future outcomes.

        Consequently, depending on the individual, a thinking process around almost any subject may produce fear at some point and start the physiological process of a stress reaction.

        Depending on the totally subjective level of fear, this may quickly deplete Ascorbate stores in the body, resulting ultimately in a lock-down of the thinking process, as the brain carrying this process is by itself a power user of Ascorbate.

        you will not even notice losing consciousness, or rather exchanging your consciousness for an earlier version, that still works in spite of ascorbate depletion. you essentially fall back on your parents, you are back to toddlerdom, visualizing a virtual world from within a toddler type of conciousness, commonly called depression.

        • ad says:

          and yes, as you said, this is how “eventually they manifest as sickness in the body”, because the immune system can do nothing without ascorbate!

          and indeed, research associates all sorts of medical conditions with depression, always wondering about the connecting principle without ever explaining the ascorbate connection, although this seems to be the fysiological foundation of psychosomatics.

          see for example: or

          you said: “We don’t have to bury our heads in the sand to stop the obvious stress & anxiety that come from this research and knowledge, but we can learn how to undo some of the damage and even recognize these patterns so that we can stop them in their tracks.”

          this all sounds so meek, so fatalistic even. for we should not be stressed at all! we should ask ourselves howcome we get stressed in te first place. stress is animal stuff. animals get stressed when they perceive a real danger, through their senses!

          animals cannot think themselves into stress. an animal knows only fear when there is acute danger! when your thinking leads to fear and stress, there is something pretty wrong with your thinking itself. your brain was not meant to switch itself off!

          then the “damage” you mention. this is even worse. you do it to yourself! there is no damage in understanding things. on the contrary, we should be glad with all of this “knowledge”, it is all for free! through their alt media, they dump it on your head to stress you into depression! they spill all their beans, because they are so confident that they will get you.

          you should not go along with that, this is where the action should arise!

          if you manage to keep your brain focussed by taking all the ascorbate you need, you better say “thank you stupid!” and use it against them! there is no need for positivity nor negativity, there is need for understanding what is happening and creativity to get them instead. that way you may be able to send them their heroic stories of deceit back to explode in their faces.

          remember: fear is for animals. our consciousness is infinitely stronger than that. our virtual fear must be integrated and neutralized by the mental environment we create for it. this is what all these gray cells were meant for. but without ascorbate, it just does not work!

          so you better take your 10 gram of ascorbate a day and stop being manipulated!

          at the same time, you will never get sick again, even their ridiculous “bioweapons” are powerless against ascorbate.

          some actual research (1963):
          and there they used extremely small doses of ascorbate to relieve 40 depressions.

          oh, i almost forgot: ascorbate is usually fraudulously denominated “vitamin-c”. it is not a vitamin, it’s an essential nutrient.

      • Steve Smith says:

        Have you heard of something called Formula 216?

        “Now suddenly and unexpectedly a small human study reveals a natural molecule derived from olives can read-through the mutated GULO gene to produce the enzyme once again. Blood levels of vitamin C doubled from 23 to 47 micromole/blood sample (Source: Redox Biology). It was a very historic moment. Whatever foot dragging modern medicine has practiced has been overcome by a chance discovery.”

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Thanks for this Steve.
          I like reading many of the Bill Sardi articles.
          He does a great job on these type of topics.

          While the following may not contain the molecule associated with Formula 216, I still like the Olive tree.

          Olive Leaf.
          The North Texas climate is not condusive to Olive trees. When the temperature gets much below 28 degrees F, they get hammered.
          Currently, I have two Olive trees now with electric heating pads at the base, because the temperatures at night have been below freezing.
          I use the Olive Leaf for the blender smoothies, and have an alcohol tinture in the making.
          Personally, I find Olive Leaf provides some health benefits.

          • Steve Smith says:

            I am glad to hear that there is a use for the leaves. I have some 100 proof vodka leftover from my last batch of cannabis tincture and an olive tree that is probably nearly ten years old which hasn’t produced an olive yet.

            Listening to guys like Christian at the Ice Age Farmer I get worried sometimes about the temperatures in the near future. As it is I have to cover up a number of my fruit trees for even the rare frosts we get here. The kratom trees have to be protected if it is going to drop to 40.
            Needless to say I keep them pretty low.
            The coconut grew so much last year that its probably on its own this winter. Crossing my fingers.
            I just want the coming mini ice age to hold off for a while. Along with the tyrannical dystopian global future that is being created for us. I probably won’t live that much longer.

            Does heating up the trunk of the tree really protect the tree from frost damage? I didn’t know that but I am sure as hell going to try it if it is true.

            • mkey says:

              Depending on the genus of the olive tree you have there, you might not see any olives for another 20 years. Some species take their sweet time to mature before they are able to yield olives. In my area it used to be said that olives are planted for the grandchildren to enjoy.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                I didn’t know that! When I first got my ‘toddlers’ and planted them, they produced some Olives. Not since though.

                I’ve been thinking of you.
                I was wondering if you had built an off-grid cabin or something, ‘cuz I hadn’t seen ya in awhile.

              • Steve Smith says:

                Sounds like lychee. Around twenty years to bear fruit so I hear. Mine is 5. Heck, I’ll younger then than G. Edward Griffin is today. By a little. And you don’t need teeth to eat a lychee.
                What the heck. I’m optimistic.

              • mkey says:

                I’ve taken a breather to recompose my thoughts during the holiday season. There’s just too many things going on at the same time, way too much clutter.

                Some friends have been going through turmoil due to the “vaccine mandates”. Political idiots are trying to scare people into submission; considering the exhausting effort, things are not going that well for them so tyrants do what tyrants do and they get angry and sulky. Like spoiled little brats that they are.

                The conflict between the people seems to be relatively minimal.

                I have also been talking to some local groups, things are pretty far from rosy, diammetrically opposite, in fact. Seems that even the majority of the minority who are able to see through the propaganda are completely blind to the statistical chicanery.

                I barely managed to get any points accross and this is, again, with people who don’t believe the official high tales.

                “Cases” are on the rise for the last couple of days, we are breaking many records. Like the record of the number of people who were able to notice that the gubment was somehow able to expand the “testing capacity” from 10-12k daily to 20+k over the new year’s eve, basically.

                Nobody seems to notice, nobody seems to care.

              • Steve Smith says:

                “ I’ve taken a breather to recompose my thoughts during the holiday season. There’s just too many things going on at the same time, way too much clutter.”

                I’ve been doing a lot of that lately.
                I don’t know what you think of Jeff Berwick. But I like watching his videos where he walks around with his dog and talks. The guy is all over the board but I tend to agree with his take on things sometimes.
                The unusual video he uploaded today was serendipitous for me. I have been working lately on trying to maintain the awareness that my thoughts are not necessarily or even very often really my thoughts. They are my mind’s thoughts.
                I guess I have been realizing that it is time to loosen my grip on the “real” world and focus more on the reality that what I am here to work on is not related to whats going on out there. By disassociating to some degree. By shutting out some of the clutter and turning down the noise.
                Seems that I’m not the only one getting that cosmic message.

              • mkey says:

                I’m not that much into Jeff, walk and talk thing is OK for some things, I guess, but for me a structured approach is better.

                In regards to olives, I wanted to add that just accross the canal from where I live, on the island that is also a national park, there’s an olive tree that’s supposedly 2 thousands years old. And it still bears fruit. So good things do come to thoae who wait.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              I planted a few kratom seeds, but they never took.
              I know a a couple making some great money selling kratom.

              Around 5 years ago, I was talking to a young, busy and affluent mother. Botanicals and then kratom came up in the conversation. She and her husband sold it, and I got their website. I ordered a small 5-types sample pack and seeds.
              I just wanted to try it. I tried a small amount, but don’t care for the effects. Haven’t touched it since.

              I told a co-worker about the kratom couple. He’s done about every drug there is.
              Come to find out, he was friends with the husband who lived nearby his house. He told me that one day, the husband said, “Look at this.” The husband started showing his ‘checkbook’ ledger. He would point again and again showing how much money he made week after week. 10k, 8k, 12k, 14k, 9k, etc.

              • Steve Smith says:

                “I planted a few kratom seeds”

                I didn’t know that they produced seeds. I got mine as a cutting.

                I bought the tree a few years ago when I read somewhere that the FDA was trying to get it banned in the U.S. I hadn’t tried it but knew that it must have some medicinal benefits if they were trying to ban it.

                The Thai girl at the head-shop where I found the tree gave me a few capsules of powdered kratom which I tried and actually only noticed a feeling of wellbeing. So I decided to purchase a kilo from her and tried it again. I soon discovered that for me at least, there is a fine line between the feeling of wellbeing and nausea.
                I use it predominantly for pain relief now. And only what I grow. A cup of tea will usually relieve my lower back pain before I finish the cup but I don’t feel any buzz from it. Doesn’t seem to help with headaches for some reason.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                I kept my kratom for pain relief in case I ever need it.

                One of my (ex)wife’s grandsons has a terrible history with drugs, many times sleeping in someone’s shed or doing something weird.
                One time at a halfway house, the ‘manager’ had some kratom. Despite warnings of “go easy” on the dosage, the grandson took a large amount and ended up vomiting for a few hours.

                He and his older brother were an experiment of NOT being encouraged to work and be productive as kids. From their very early teenage years, they and their mother lived with my wife and I in a large house.
                If I tried to get them to do a simple chore or to help me on a home project, I was loudly chided by both women.
                One day I walk into the older boy’s bedroom while he was playing video games, and his large trashcan was overflowing with trash scattered on the floor. I suggested that he take it out. He said, “Naw. I’ll let the maid do it when she comes Wednesday.”
                He was so-called “Homeschooled” and thus played video games all day, everyday…with no exposure to real life tasks.
                One day when he was 18 or 19, I asked him if he wanted to earn some cash to help me at the book warehouse. I had a total of about 40 employees, but had a big shipment to process.
                As I watched him try to work with the other young guys, it was an embarrassment for him. He didn’t know how to tape a cardboard box, nor how to use a screwdriver.
                Everyone was moving like rockets, and he was at a loss of any type of competency.
                Fortunately, later, he went to work at Sam’s and gained competency and confidence. Now, he has a young teenage daughter to support. He taught himself to play the guitar on YouTube, and is very good at it.

              • Steve Smith says:

                That is a good thing about many natural medicines. They seem to let one know how much is too much without doing too much damage.
                I have heard that some folks who have a real problem with addiction can build up quite a tolerance though so I suppose its different for everyone. But I do favor medicines that aren’t fatal if abused.

                The story of wife’s grandson makes me think of the prodigal son story from the Bible. He is a lucky man. But someone must have done something right in raising him.
                You don’t mention a father ever being there. But thankfully they had a grandfather figure to help lay down a foundation that he could return to when he matured.

        • ad says:

          yes, thomas levy seems to be promoting it pretty heavily. but so far, no info about the effectiveness compared with gulo. theoretically, many molecules may fit like a particular enzyme. it’s like having a ring with many keys, if you cannot get inside, you try them all and may find one that opens your door, be it with some pushing and cracking. that’s where the efficiency comes in.

          same with endocrine disruption. artificial molecules may become quite a surprise inside the human body.

          from second hand i know a guy in mallorca who was told by a physician that he was producing his own vitamin-c. actually, this may be quite common in olive countries. the point remains how much.

          vitamin-c production without the gulo mutation adapts production level to overall c-need. that is for 300 processes. this need may vary pretty extremely. almost all vitamin-c research from the past, that is from the 1930’s onwards, used milligrams instead of tens of grams and many found little or no effect. that’s what they call the effect of a paradigm, the idea that vitamin-c is a vitamine, which it is not.

          ideally, production would be adaptively fluctuating between a few hundred milligram and a few hundred gram, these being the extremes of need. and that seems quite a range.

          i know very little about this control system. you would need at least one sensor and one control variable. if the level of gulo would itself be the control variable, the system would not work to specification. there would be c-production perhaps related to the amount of olive magic available, but to a volatile level.

          so it’s interesting, but currently not really convincing. however, it proves again, that olives are good for you.

          furthermore, i would be interested to find out your thoughts about my “comments” on the subject of ‘gulo and the human mind’, if any..

          • Steve Smith says:

            “ there is a very essential idea, that, unfortunately, i can not find any reference for”

            “The idea is, that the physiological system that basically tries to keep homeostasis in most biochemical processes cannot discriminate between real stress, coming from the outside world via the senses, and virtual stress coming from a virtual world, a simulation of reality in our head purely by a thinking process that tries to figure out future outcomes.“

            Dispenza talks about this in his book Evolve The Mind. I remember him writing about an experiment where one group of people were taught and practiced a simple pattern on an actual keyboard and another were taught and practiced the same thing regularly for an equal time period only by focusing on it. And the virtual practicing students did equally as well as the other group.
            He was relating it to how we can either heal ourselves with our minds or make ourselves sick with the same process.

            I think you make a strong point in thinking there is likely a connection between the lack of ascorbate and how people respond to stress. It goes a long way toward possibly explaining the irrational behavior that so many people have displayed in relation to the obvious propaganda of late. Mass Formation Psychosis?
            Could something as simple as not being able to produce our own ascorbate have allowed the human race to become susceptible to domination and control.
            I remember hearing or reading about a group of people somewhere that was going through a really severe viral epidemic or something and it turned out to be scurvy.
            The simplest and most obvious places are usually where to look for the problem.

            You’re right that we should be smarter than to allow ourselves to get so stressed out. But sometimes our minds are our worst enemy. Recently someone wrote about their fears of invasive nanotechnology invading them via their toilet paper. I can’t tell you how often I have to stop my mind from following the myriad pointless and hopefully unlikely scenarios to the tragic conclusions that it conjures up every time I stop paying attention.
            Humans will always find something to be scared about until they reattain the enlightened fearless state that they were born in. And thats not easy to do these days.

    • mkey says:

      When talking about stress, we really need to pay attention to what it really is. And what it is, it is the fight or flight response mechanism which the lymbic brain institutes in event of perceived danger to the bodily autonomy. The problem is, our brain does not know whether we are confronted by a bear or we are staring at some colorful world maps on the television. Perception is everything to the brain.

      In the fight or flight mode vessels in the brain constrict, reducing intelligence and so is less blood made available to the viscera, hampering the cell reproductive processes. This state is not viable or healthy in the long run and is triggered by people’s perception of the surrounding.

  2. Jimi says:

    James, I think it would be fun if you did an open source investigation of whether the cops who stopped the rooftop show at the end of Peter Jackson’s massive new “Beatles: Get Back” doc were actors or not. I mean was it a coincidence that hidden cameras were set up in the lobby? Or that they shut everything down exactly as the recording finished? Even Paul looked excited when saw them arrive…

    Watch Paul’s head: back and to the left… back and to the left. 😉

    The truth must be known!

    Seriously, happy holidays.

  3. cu.h.j says:

    Thank you James for all of your exceptional work to further freedom for humanity. Blessings to you and your family! Have a wonderful vacation.

  4. mutig says:

    To cure pandemic doldrums this works very well:

    It’s a transcription of an 18th century Spanish piece for harpsichord, based on a traditional Spanish dance form:

    If I can’t avoid going to a shopping mall (Christmas muzak and plastic dancing Santas) during the holiday season I listen to something like this when I come home. This group performs very much according to 18th century performance practices, so hunting oboes, valveless horns, violins and violas strung with gut strings:

    And I listen to this all year:

    All of these need a good sound system.

  5. alexb says:

    Happy festive season all.

    I usually go to RT to read the latest UK articles, I’m fully aware that the organisation is state sponsored and therefore biased, but I prefer it as a source over other MSM offerings. I’ve noticed recently that RT has removed its UK option(and probably US too) from its site menu, I’ve explicitly asked them why and await a reply.

    Could this be significant of some development? Perhaps the state sponsored news site was only meant to give the impression of divergence with other MSM sources and is now falling into line.

  6. Jed says:

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
    to everyone who comes here,
    to the Corbett Report,
    the truth last resort,
    no shit, I’m being sincere!

  7. pearl says:

    I found something that I think is worth sharing.

    Along with my daily scope of world rumblings, I require something to soften the blows. I decided to re-read “The Lord of the Rings” and wondered if there was a good audio version for when I can’t sit still. Wow. Is there ever!!

    The reader is a gentleman called Phil Dragash who’s produced, hands down, the best audio version of any book I’ve heard, let alone Tolkien’s trilogy. It’s called a “soundscape”, his exceptional narration enriched with immersive ambiance. Here’s the link to the first book:

    Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring – Soundscape by Phil Dragash:

    • Valhalla Awaits says:

      Just started listening, thanks Pearl!

      I love LOTR, but sadly I never made it through the books. As much as I have always loved reading, I guess I was just a little too impatient as a kid. I should give them another go now.

      • pearl says:

        Same here! Little patience, I mean. But I’m glad I gave them another chance, due to the movies, because as is so often the case, there were numerous parts where I’d exclaim, “Hey! That wasn’t in the movie!”

        It’s much richer; and this audio, well, I’m just thoroughly impressed. Truly a gift to LOTR fans.

  8. donilo says:

    A poem, inspired by my new understanding of the role of structured water in our planetary system.

    Watered Wisdom

    Life looping – long lines snake and
    hiss through grass and groin,
    we taste the air with eager tongues –
    and welcome all, with all to join.

    Softly pelting rain sends odors of plants
    as heralds for the sweetened earth,
    giving rise to spasming ecstacy
    to feed thirsty souls.

    Gathered within, the liquid odors flow,
    disregarding gravity, they stay mindful
    of the electric beckoning & bending calls
    of vast space and order beyond.

    All this, hubris denies.
    Instead, it hurls impotent cries
    to fill polluted skies
    with limp and feckless hate.

    One wisp of watered wisdom
    sends hubris to its fate –
    to swirl in whirlpooled eddies
    away from Heaven’s gate.

    Peace and good health to all…

      • alexb says:

        I recently watched an episode of “INSIDE THE LIFE OF AN ANTI-VAXXER — HighWire Episode 129” where Del Bigtree talks about the program to reduce disease spreading mosquitoes in Brazil by the introduction of GMO male “Transgenic” mosquitoes. I remember James covered this topic in the past too.

        Del Bigtree refers to a Yale study where tens of millions of these mosquitoes where released in Jacobina, Bahia, Brazil. The claim is that they were released in to the wild with the assurance that the off spring would die straight away, thereby reducing the mosquito population. This is not what happened, and now hybrid mosquitoes are spreading far and wide. But we should not draw parallels with covid vaccine technology – after all the vaccine was so well tested before being rolled out…

        • Caerla says:

          I missed that one! I’ll check it out. I worry about that sort of thing because they released some in my state, too.

        • Agreed says:

          Speaking of technology, there are lasers now that can INSTANTLY vaccinate you as told from academic outlets too. There’s also one where you vaccinate the food itself by feeding it the poison liquid and what have you… you know what the point is everyone… Salute to James! Grateful for it and everyone else!

      • WAYNED says:

        Properly unpleasant isn’t it?! All they do is name things and describe in terms of size, not function. Seems bypassing the immune system is sort of a stumbling block for accepting the rest, but read on.
        No info, just you will have nano and you will be happy talk. But it is nonetheless interesting how the hint at global warming without spelling it out. It implies all and maybe that’s the scariest part.

        I remember when infomercials were obvious sales pitches, they stood out. Now that is all info.

        • Duck says:


          Since there is nano particles in deodorants paint and all kinds of other junk chances added it’s already affecting most people health already.

          I recall reading that fibers from clothes washed in machines were in the ocean f fish that people eat 🙁

          • WAYNED says:

            I literally have been wondering what we have been wiping our behinds with. I see nanoparticles all over the place. Maybe because it was the first supply chain cut, and the fastest way to get anything into your system without injection is eyes, under the tongue, and down there… below.

            Or facial tissue. Or fabrics. Or cereal. Yes, it’s probably too late.

            • Duck says:

              On the toilet roll I think the scare was just so they could measure the fear uptake….like a radioactive dye checking the gut.

              I do worry that now Amazon delivers food they could literally poison individuals aka paranoid schizophrenia fantasies…. I recall a journalist finding her laptop arriving with spyware installed

          • Agreed says:

            I mean it could also be the plastic. It’s everywhere(the air, the poles). It harm us but ideas are bulletproof (our mentality is definite! :))

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Spike Ferritin Nanoparticle Covid Vaccine coming very soon from the U.S. Army

    • WAYNED says:

      I think she is a very appealing speaker, and her information seems totally upfront. I don’t think she is interested in lying. Important information, good viewing. Thank you!

  9. DeepSeekARRR says:

    hey all!
    I just wanted to invite everyone to watch the first episode of sword art online, as well as take note of the words on the screen at the opening scene of soylent green.
    keep an eye on the dates given 😉

  10. WAYNED says:

    Not sure if any have endured the long series on C-Revealed. Not sure how I got the link, and a mixed bag, but also some very frank, but most inflammatory also most unsourced… Still some good info, but you have to endure some people who seem to harbor the approach that they have no problem with vaccines, just not this vaccine, or even that they are legally mandate-able, which I find impossible as a consideration. so it is hard to endure many of the conversations, but there was good info.

    In particular today. A really excellent video by “Tim Gielen” called “MONOPOLY Who owns the world.” I have no idea when it was produced, just watched and feel it’s a crystalized version of reality that clarifies the predicament.

    I do not like sharing links, but found this to be very clear graphics and simply-stated facts by a good speaker. With subtitles so the accent does not interfere, but in very clear and good English.

    Surely there is another way to search for it, but think it’s worth it. Also love feedback on this one.

    All be well this coming new year. And happy new year to James and James. Especially enjoyed re-viewing superb though dense, recent documentaries. The clarification of the information as they come to their separate conclusions, the “summing up” to help finally contextualize all that preceded… Really superb. Helpful.

    A weighty truth in the final chapters of part 2. It hits with a deep impact that lingers and refocuses. It’s as one who has suffered grievous injuries, and absent help, finally wills oneself to assess the extent of their injuries.

    We are in triage.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      You are absolutely right about
      MONOPOLY – Who owns the world? – Tim Gielen

      Anyone can verify the Yahoo Finance data.

      James Corbett had it linked under the “Recommended Viewing” with his October 11th article Breaking the News: How the First Media Moguls Shaped History,

      • WAYNED says:

        Mr Corbett is so MIRACULOUSLY sourced, it is difficult to view all. And know this is a subject tremendously covered here, one of the “draws” for me to always return.

        It is a perfect presentation for sharing with uninitiaed and people on the fringes of knowledge, like me.

        I always feel we are living through the world of the misguided valedictorians. All those “yes” students who bothered to remember dates in association with lies in history, and could do all the rest also. We are living in their world, it seems. And they demand compliance! And look down on us through training and conditioning. I only picked up the pace on grades and caring about some subjects, fulfilling the lie requirements, so I could maybe go to school. I was in top 10pct. Smart, but not interested in the story telling. I excelled when I cared to, is how it wws often put to me.

        • cu.h.j says:

          JC is extremely well sourced and has a brilliant mind and spirit, and a kind heart too. He’s an excellent teacher. I would definitely take a history class he offered and have learned so much from his presentations and material. I always hated history in school and found it dreadfully boring. I couldn’t remember the dates because the subject matter was presented in such a dull fashion.

          It’s cool that he studied physics too, so has some solid math and science skills as well.

          • Alex says:

            my thoughts exactly! I might add James’s humor on top of his incredible ability to quickly put together documentaries and then to present the material in such an engaging way. He feels like a much appreciated friend!

    • s511 says:

      Thank you WAYNED for the link. I shared the video with my children whom are about the same age as the moderator. That helps.;-)

    • westerncivic says:

      Watched the monopoly video. Hard not to like for what it makes clear. Pretty high production values for what is claimed to be a grass roots production…

      And then if you follow up, it takes you straight to Q land. 🤦‍♂️

      Can’t Truss it…

      • vjdeen says:

        I thought so too…seems to be a well funded production and it ended a bit utopia sounding.

      • merci says:

        Indeed. I checked the website shown at the end of the documentary ( and it has some Trump propaganda. Anyway, I find that the angle and the style it presents its narrative is good as it’s clear, solid and relatively simple.

        Who is Tim Gielen?

  11. WAYNED says:

    Another thing. Did Biden violate the law in some way when he spoke about the unvaccinated? WE are in for a long, dark winter? A threat? It would seem so after the blessings bestowed on the “vaccinated”. The altered?

    • Arby says:

      Let me know when that gangster does ‘not’ violate the law or any moral precept? If he and his druggy son, and his former boss, can get away with Ukraine, then they can get away with anything. As long as they are useful servants the TCC/GPPP will look after them. Unless it decided to eat them. With predators you never know.

  12. Kman says:

    Blessings to you James and the family. Best wishes for the next spin around the SUN…KMAN, editor, Digileak – News Not Noise

    Spoken Word
    “We Don’t Comply, We Don’t Obey! 5 min 30 sec
    Sun Dance Prayer & explanation …2 min 30 sec
    Written and produced by Kman

    Sun Dance Prayer and Explanation by:
    Eyah Muzzapha, a.k.a. “Rain in the Face”
    Lakota, Dakota, Nakota nations…plains Ojibway


  13. dregeye says:

    I’m still ‘promoting’ the all women Japanese Metal band, LOVEBITES, who sing all songs in English and consistently encourage us toward empathy, self-empowerment, perseverance, integrity, dignity, personal-responsibility and unity-in-love.
    The imagery used in this particular video was, at first, uncomfortable for me, having a history of being targeted by Christian-cruelty following years as a “preacher/pastor” which led to embracing wholeness rather than “original sin” and all that goes with that false-premise.
    Considering LOVEBITES’ previous release (10 days) was about Vampires, I let go of my own challenges with the possibly confusing images that are intended to represent humanity (the guy) struggling with the ‘plandemic’.
    Their LIVE performance of this song is amazing!
    I encourage all to explore LOVEBITES’ near 50 song catalog of excellent compositions, all with lyrics that acknowledge the challenges we face, while offering support and encouragement without anger, violence or exclusion.
    While their concert videos are highly recommended and numerous songs are on u2b, mostly via ‘fan uploads’, their official u2b channel offers the audio from these phenomenal LIVE shows.
    One of my ‘favored’ songs is “Bravehearted” with music & lyrics written by drummer Haruna, a 4’9″ powerhouse of tasteful fills, accents, transitions and unobtrusive yet relentless double-kick workouts that will challenge any and all Metal drummers! A ‘line’ from which is suitable for today’s world: “If you want to escape destiny
    Be prepared to burn through the blazing sun”
    Oh, I have my own original music on u2b also:
    Soon to be moved to Odysee !

  14. candm says:

    Across different sources, I’ve seen much about graphene in masks, vials, blood, etc. and also the possible interactions with 5G. Is there enough verified info out there to address it with the Corbett Report, or maybe they have and I missed it.

    I don’t usually do merch but would buy a Corbett Report shirt. Or maybe I’ll commission my daughter to make one with her Cricut.

    Brock and the Jameses are our heroes. Here’s to a freer 2022.

    • Duck says:


      I don’t know much about those things but I will say that people appear to have gotten a good deal crazier in the time period after digital TV,smartphones and home wifi… cutting those things out can’t fail to make life better

      I don’t want to go all full foil hat but anyone with a home router should run ethernet cable and turn off wifi because your internet speed will be 2x or more faster and you won’t be sitting in as much RF…at least turn it off wifi overnight when you sleep

      • cu.h.j says:


        I’m going to try turning off the wifi at night and see if it makes a difference on my mood.

        I’ve read some of the theories on 5G and it seems like there isn’t conclusive evidence of harm, but a lack of evidence does not mean that it is safe. It’s not reassuring to me.

        The hypothesis of graphene in injections and masks and such being affected by 5G seems far out to me, rather there is no evidence of this at this time.

        Graphene does interact with EMFs but even in the body? And how does this happen? What’s the molecular mechanism?

        These are hypothetical questions that a person should consider before jumping to conclusions. So I think your way of looking at it is sound.

        People have noted nanotechnology and the potential existence of a biosensor, but this sensor would have to be hooked up to something larger to work and would probably need to be larger than the material in the injections. My opinions are based on very limited knowledge of mechanical things. I know enough biology to know that something that small would have a hard time picking up biological signals from our bodies.

        Also, I thought EMFs don’t penetrate deeper into the body, but rather bounce off the skin?

        • vadoum says:

          cuhj: “Also, I thought EMFs don’t penetrate deeper into the body, but rather bounce off the skin?”

          V: microwaves seem to have no trouble penetrating into closed cars or going through steel roofs and cinder-block walls in 2 way transmissions phone to tower to phone. and/or whats the difference between a cup of water in a microwave oven (the water boils, from the center outwards) vs a human body submerged in elecrto smog while walking down a busy city street, being exposed to hundreds of wifi signals thousands of mobile phone signals plus the towers feeding those phones, all being exaggerated by the likely partial reflection/signal compression and augmentation from buildings..

          best description Ive heard: “mobile phones are water destructuring devices” (to begin understanding water “structure” look up Masuro Emoto)

          My guess is that there is a dosage factor at play; weve always been exposed to myriad forms of radiation; but suddenly we’re playing with threshold levels of exposure, both in frequency and amplitude; like sex in movies and general public TV: when I was a kid sex was alluded to and glimpsed, these days the mainstream drinks porn like it was a glass of water.

          I’ll bet others here could give more pointed details about your question. From the listening I’ve done: excess microwave exposure in the 3-4-5g ranges 4sure aint healthy. Add it to the list of bodily assault.

          I sleep off grid, no emf signals, or almost zero. even if its a placebo effect, the clarity real or percieved, helps my general state, big time.

        • Duck says:

          EMF is a lot of things, which act differently on different substances….you can block microwaves with the microwave oven (mostly…) but Very low frequency is what they use to talk to deep water submarines because it goes right thru most things…
          I can tell you that an RF burn off a badly set up ham radio hurts like hell even though there is no actual burn to see.
          I know that you can f up a brain and induce gross effects with RF and on mood the Russians had their medical lidar machine and there are plenty of studies that show bad lffects from long term low intensity exposure but it’s kinda a hit and miss thing since frequency and power and exposure are random.

          I know that very low frequency sound can have massive health and mood effects on humans. You can make people depressed or agitated…. I don’t think they NEED a nano antenna inside the body screw with people’s minds.

          I will post some links when I am on a real computer

        • robster says:

          Perhaps you’ll find “The Invisible Rainbow” an interesting read, for a different view on the harm that EMF does to us.

    • J.P. Wheeler says:

      Bear with my word salad…

      Well what do we know? We have two electronic microscopic studies showing Graphene in these vaccines. Why is it in there? Is it an adjuvant like mercury or aluminum in your average vaccines? Possibility(by the way, that’s a whole other can of worms). The question stands, why is it in there? Why have they found trace amounts of it in pandemic PPE? Stuff like masks, PCR tests, yadda yadda yadda…etc. We know for a fact that Graphene oxide poisoning causes symptoms that are not dissimilar to “covid.” Respiratory symptoms, loss of taste and smell, etc. Graphene is electro magnetic, it reacts violently when exposed to electro magnetic frequency.

      What do we know about cellular technology and EMF. Long term exposure to even 1 GHz(or even less) of EMF cause cancer in humans, we’ve known this since the nineties when cell phones first went mainstream. In the short term, it can cause mood disorders like depression, insomnia is big one. WiFi constantly bathing your home in RF signals is not good for you at all. You should be using Ethernet or at least reduce your use of WiFi(like Duck said, turn WiFi off at night if you must use it). 4G exposes us to between 4 and 8 GHz of EMF, 5G can expose us up to 67GHz.

      So what do we know? Graphene reacts violently to EMF. We have millions of people injected with this stuff. What is going to happen when 5G is implemented world wide? This is just a theory, I know it sounds like science fiction. I’m not going to die on this hill, but it’s something I think needs to be researched further.

      Either way, do what you can to limit exposure to RF!

      • Duck says:

        “..Either way, do what you can to limit exposure to RF!..”

        No way can that be bad advice… RF does unpredictable things and humans have never before sat in such a soup of EMF.

  15. richardb says:

    James, I have been a fan of yours and James Evan Pilato for years. U am also a fan of many other libertarian/conservative podcasters. Unfortunately, many of them are almost aware of much of the insanity you point out, but they don’t know the roots and nitty gritty you dig up as to why this “shit happens.”
    So, please for 2022, make a concerted effort to reach out to them.
    The important ones are:
    Elijah Schaffer
    Sydney Watson
    Tim Pool
    Eric July
    Salty Cracker
    They all have huge followings and if they start referencing you or even pointing out the reasons that the “Great Reset” is so insidious our freedoms will prevail.
    Thank you.

    • Duck says:

      I read the PDF and, NOT a radio engineering expert here, TBH it sound’s kinda like an insane person wrote it.

      My main objections being

      1) assuming you can get nano particles into the brain getting them to attached specific parts would be very hit and miss so you dont know what your gonna be able to do

      2) Just hitting a single neuron, or even a bunch of random ones, with electro stimulation is not going to give much effect in most cases, the pattern of firing is redundant which is why I can whack my head or drink whisky and not forget how to do stuff… you hav to take out AREAS of the brain before stuff starts not working right.

      3)Getting a swarm of nano bots to do stuff like set up a network and monitor the whole body system is probably even harder then I think, but getting it to happen to thousands and thousands of people is not probable

      4)Actually gathering that amount of data and using it is pretty much impossible… I don’t care how much they pretend they have unlimited computing power the NSA has a devil of a job running their monitoring of the internet which is a tiny fraction of the data even a small town’s worth of people would generate from whole body sensors,

      Your talking huge amounts of computing power, huge electric demand, and massive amounts of heat to dump…. they would need literal alien tech to manage that amount of information which is why Technocray is still a stupid idea

      • Fact Checker says:

        It’s all “literal alien tech”.

        It’s astonishing to me that that’s not obvious to everybody at this point.

        • Duck says:

          Ultra-Terrestrial agents of deconstruction…..

          • CRM114 says:

            Hello Duck.

            1) Nanoparticles easily pass the blood brain barrier. They also self create lattice structures. Please see Nose-to-Brain Translocation of Thin Graphene Oxide Nanosheets.

            2) At first they will act as biosensors to try to understand what is happening where.

            3) Getting thousands and thousands of people to do anything has already been shown to be incredibly easy.

            4) Where is your evidence that the NSA has a difficult job monitoring the internet?

            I agree it is an insane and terrible idea, but that’s what makes it seem all the more likely that this is what they are trying to do.

            • Duck says:


              1)I don’t doubt that they can get thru into the brain-I just don’t think they can be positioned in places reliably enough to be useful as control devices…. monitoring thought is even less likely since thought is a pattern diffused thru the brain

              2) I don’t doubt that you could get some monitoring but how useful would it be? At best as good as a Fitbit or apple watch which people carry willingly

              3)getting people to do something is easier than getting random nano units to work under such random circumstances… maybe in a lab but not reliably wild in the real world

              4) Bryan Lunduke did a talk ‘their watching you’ which you can probably search and find online still….big break down of what the NSA has built and how much storage they have. Google too afai remember… NSA diverts a river to cool their servers.

              He also did ‘IOT will kill us all’ …. he is a computer guy not a conspiracy guy but I

              would LOVE to see him interviewed by Mr Corbett

              • CRM114 says:

                Graphene active sensor arrays for long-term and wireless mapping of wide frequency band epicortical brain activity


              • cu.h.j says:

                Here’s an interesting article about a nanowire probe that could be used as part of a brain machine interface:


                From this article, it seems like this type of technology is not well advanced. Also it seems like they would have to do surgery to advance the probe into the right spot, or at least a person would have to undergo a medical procedure to get the probe to the right area of the brain they are trying to monitor or affect.

                Also, everyone’s brain is a little different and our brains change a bit all the time. Brains are extremely complex.

                How could they direct the stuff in the injection into just the right part of everyone’s brain? And what if we each have a unique brain and the parts in it are in slightly different spots?

            • Duck says:


              Like I said. Possible in lab where you control the animal…. they are us in my it as a sensor but that does not make it a system on it’s own.
              I DONT say such a thing is impossible but I do think it’s impossible to do IN MASS by injecting people.

              “…The amplification of the wide frequency band activity requires a DC-coupled system, which implies the digitization of signals with large DC-offsets. In order to digitize signals with such a large dynamic range and minimize quantization noise, a two-stage transimpedance amplifier has been implemented (see schematic in Fig. 2e). The first stage converts the I…..”

        • Jed says:

          Re. alien tech.:
          So are we, what other animal on this planet wears a space suit?

          • Duck says:

            True… and they do keep having articles about octopus DNA being alien 🙂
            but even alien tech has limits set by physics…. I don’t believe that the NSA has it’s own CPU foundry where they make super chips and their SSD storage may be super expensive but it’s not fundamentally different then what you have in your PC.
            They probably do not have new kinds of computers anywhere but the lab

  16. whaugen says:

    Open threat comment… I think Internet could go down in 2022 also, so maybe possible solutions watch video, ‘What to do when Internet Goes Down’ was thinking need to know more about IPFS. I’m USA AT&T U-verse (legacy so what to do immediately when Internet goes down, assume ISP’s (Internet Service Providers) might also go down, but if ISP still up what to do… potential #SolutionsWatch, covered before but again would be good for me going into 2022. (If only seven on IPFS, want to be there.)

    • Duck says:

      Mobile phone networks will survive disruption better than land line internet I think…. you can hotspot it USB tether your laptop or see if your local Ham radio club is doing mesh network.

      When the internet goes down got real you will be more worried about the card readers on stores not working and people freaking out that they can’t buy food than ipfs. 🙂

      • minnie says:

        Copper wire landlines are being phased out in the UK. Mobile is the way they want us to go.

        • Duck says:


          POT over copper was a great system with stowager gear exchanges… I had a pal who helped built the last non computer exchange before it became all electronic….he told me back in the day he dropped a wrench and melted the copper power bus bars coming off the massive lead acid battery used to power the phones in an electric outage.

          Mobile is cheaper for them to set up…. but pretty sure if the in internet dies even POTS would only have local service cause they route calls over the net

    • minnie says:

      Could be an electronic power blackout instead (or both). I still watch Youtube for climbing videos, and I couldn’t help noticing this TED talk from a think tank mouthpiece, titled “A Catastrophic Blackout is Coming”.

      Seems to be a strong hint that power blackouts could be on the authoritarian drawing board.

      • Duck says:

        They might want short outages to scare people but the internet of today makes THEM more powerful since they can know what most people are up to and message much more directly/personally to the public.

        All the disruption and crazyness indicate that they are worried themselves… secure oligarchies do not need to be brutal and violent. Like the unabomber said only incompetent cops need to beat people, smart ones trick them

  17. Jai says:

    Does anyone know where I can buy the Scamdemic hoodie Corbett is wearing? Seems like a great conversation starter while wearing out in public.

    Also, are there any Canadians here? Would love to connect

      • bleak says:

        FYI, it was taken down by red bubble dot com for violation of their “community” guidelines. I should have seen this coming but I didn’t. In their lengthy guidelines I can only assume it was the “Harmful Misinformation” bit that did it although I’m sure they could construe any number of their guideline points as being in violation.

        Meanwhile, they took another design down but I put it back up. It says “I GOT MY COVID SHOTS” and “WE CAN DO THIS” and has a drooling cartoon character. See for yourself…

        redbubble dot com /shop/ap/97694723

        If they delete it again I’m going to ask why? because it doesn’t contain “harmful information” and the portrayal of a “vaccine” taker is totally arbitrary. If they refuse to allow it, I will delete my red bubble dot com account.

        As a side note, I hope I didn’t step on the toes of the original creator of the “SCAMDEMIC” design on James’ hoodie. Wherever JC got it from is a good question. It is good minimal typography which I love and couldn’t help myself. Some satanic leftie writer even said “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery” so what could be wrong?

        • bleak says:

          OH NO they took the above down too. Looking at etsy but etsy isn’t self contained ie you have to find a middleman printer with etsy hooks.

          “NO VACCINE PASSPORTS”, “VACCINE THIS (middle finger)” and others are permitted on REDbubble but not “SCAMDEMIC” or the above sticker. If I had to speculate, I’d say… I really have no idea.

    • MotherWit says:

      Ashamed to say I’m Canadian. In Vancouver BC.

  18. frankwd says:

    James, I wonder if you have considered that this current situation regarding the global tyranny we are seeing, is a battle between the old “consciousness” and a new “higher consciousness” that is evolving. We have the lower form of consciousness (more ego based) struggling to maintain control at any cost, opposed to the people that are interested in evolving to a higher consciousness. Is this a spiritual “awakening” playing out in the physical world. Those that are too fearful of this evolution will believe any lie told to them by the tyrants. So, we have the physical world reflecting the spiritual struggle, for the expansion of “awareness”. The ego (the Fauci types) will fight to the death for their survival. I know you report on very real worldly physical issues, but maybe it would be interesting/different to do a podcast on the layer beyond. I am not talking about the phony spirituality of self-help gurus or the “new-age” spiritual philosophies. I see the Corbett report as a beacon of truth in this world. Could the Corbett report investigation apply to the realm of the soul and the nature of existence itself? The layer beyond the “physical self” is one place we could search for a possible “Solutions watch”. Thanks for all the amazing content. – Frank

    • Duck says:

      Pretty sure the awakening is gonna be into the NWO 1 world religion… the Q thing is just another dry run but people are almost back to the pagan worldview… like in the Screwtape letters, people will believe in forces and demons but disbelieve in God.

      The new religion project has got to be at least 150 years along now… theosphy, spiritualism, and the new age all mainstreaming the occult world view to the masses….

    • Fact Checker says:

      What if the refuseniks and the Corbetteers are the ones resisting the transcendental awakening, by clinging to their “egos” (aka individuality aka “freedom” aka “personal sovereignty”)?

      In fact, what if the ego-clingers (the resisters and dissenters) are so irredeemably crippled by their attachment to the “status quo” that the leaders, the uplifters, the transcendental shepherds (the “Fauci-types”), knew that they had to trick the myopic masses with this child’s story about the “virus pandemic” for their own good and to usher in the mass awakening that will only come from the Great Biodigital Convergence?

      If this is the case, then it is us stubborn refuseniks that will be “left behind” as all the wireheaded jacked-in transhumans ascend to the Higher Consciousness, after which the obsolete Human v.1.0 quantum-ego-trippers and reactionaries will be mercifully euthanized with cleansing fire, as the glorious Harmonized Hive of Humanity 2.0 begins preparations for conquest of the next “unenlightened” planet…

      • westerncivic says:

        Musings in response to FC’s above comment:

        Seems unlikely, in spiritual terms, that enlightenment would come from a lie like this.

        While I feel an almost primal drive toward collective intelligence myself, which will require free associations with the minds around me; I can’t see it being imposed from “above.”

        Given the pattern of manipulation of good human intent toward deceptive domination machinations, I think we can expect something similar here.

        Hence the first Tack.

        Other than maybe profit driven concerns around covid, I don’t see refusniks as egoists (how msm); Ego taming, I believe, comes naturally as we mature… if such is allowed without trauma anyway.

        • Fact Checker says:

          Thanks, ‘civic. Glad someone groks what I’m getting at.

          You say it’s “unlikely, in spiritual terms, that enlightenment would come from a lie like this. …I can’t see it being imposed from ‘above.’”

          Continuing to play devil’s advocate, Evil Fact Checker responds:

          Spiritual enlightenment ‘from above’ has been pretty much an omnipresent feature of society since time immemorial, to the point of being taken for granted by the overwhelming majority of humans who ever lived. That’s the whole idea of priesthoods. From the ‘priests’ perspective, your resistance to the Great Transformation is merely a function of your ‘blindness,’ or as I suggested initially, your ‘ego-attachment.’ Like the mother of a scared baby bird, the ‘enlightened ones’ may just know you need a ‘nudge’ to take flight into a whole new and grand way of being…

          If all this is true, then it would mean that the true process of enlightenment for someone like you, or to be presumptuous most Corbetteers–and Mr. Corbett himself!–is to eventually ‘let go’ of the primitive notions of “freedom” and “individuality” and even “humanity” and embrace dissolution into the welcoming collective hive mind, and leave behind all the isolation and frustration of ‘quantum’ (individuated) consciousness…

          • westerncivic says:

            From above… of course you are correct.

            Perhaps this is the key apocalyptic point of the day.

            …that this time it truly will come from the people. Again, to be demonstrated where it happens,-the first Tack.

            I, for one, am all in to find out. ✊💛

            • jo-ann says:

              It is said that the answer comes from within, not from without.
              Perhaps meditate on the situation?
              Is a hive not simply a collection of individuals with a common purpose or goal? The oligarchs are providing us their goal for mankind, which demands we give up being human to achieve it.

    • bleak says:

      There is going to be no massive “new awakening” of any type. Only greater mass narcolepsy and delusion. It is up to the individual to see to his or her deficiencies. That is the way it’s always been and always will be on this burning corpse planet.

      If more people knew where they came from and where they are going, maybe something would change. Want to know more? Read the Nag Hammadi scriptures at gnosis dot org especially the Apocryphon (Secret) Book of John.

      • Fact Checker says:

        “The One is without boundaries
        Nothing exists outside of it to border it
        The One cannot be investigated
        Nothing exists apart from it to investigate it

        The One cannot be measured
        Nothing exists external to it to measure it”

        …so…what’s the point of reading this doggerel, then?

        • bleak says:

          There are so many points that I don’t know where to begin. Despite your contempt, I will try. It’s not something to be read like fiction or a blog. There’s an outer ‘ear’ and an Inner ear…

          Well… consider the God of the Old Testament. So what did God of the Old Testament say to humans in so many words? Why was God so angry, jealous and vengeful? Here is one extreme example…

          And the Lord said to Samuel: “See, I am about to do something in Israel that will make the ears of everyone who hears about it tingle.” -1 Samuel 3:11


          Samuel also said unto Saul, The LORD sent me to anoint thee to be king over his people, over Israel: now therefore hearken thou unto the voice of the words of the LORD. Thus saith the LORD of hosts, I remember that which Amalek did to Israel, how he laid wait for him in the way, when he came up from Egypt. Now go and smite Amalek, and utterly destroy all that they have, and spare them not; but slay both man and woman, infant and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and ass. -1 Samuel 15:1-3

          Nice huh? Is that sacred scripture or a teenage girl’s fantasy book?

          Know this. The Old Testament of the Christian Bible is comprised of three Judaic books…

          The Torah
          The Books of the Prophets
          The Books of the Writings.

          The Jewish Bible (Tanakh) is the same as the Christian Bible’s Old Testament (Septuagint) but in different order.

          “Torah” can refer to all of traditional Jewish learning, but “the Torah” usually refers to the Torah; the written Torah, also known as the chumash (the five volumes or Pentateuch, sometimes referred to as the Five Books of Moses).”
          – myjewishlearning dot com/article/the-torah/

          But there are four levels of Torah knowledge!

          Peshat – the plain, literal meaning of the text.
          Remez – hints, not stated explicitly.
          Drash – homiletics, homilies, stories.
          (Midrash – expert insight of drash with deeper meaning.)
          Sod – secret, esoteric, not taught publicly, higher learning.
          – thejc dot com/judaism/books/the-origins-of-kabbalah-1.6753

          There is esoteric Judaism just as there is esoteric Christianity. I’d hazard a guess that 95% of Christians today are at the “Peshat” level of Bible studies ie the plain, literal meaning of the text. I can’t speak for Jews but maybe they’re slightly more informed.

          But wait there’s more…

          • bleak says:

            I assume you see the striking contrast between what the ApocJohn calls “the One, incorruptable…” and the God of the OT. If you can’t or won’t concede that there is no point.

            A sod (esoteric) teaching in Torah is the Ein Soph.

            EIN-SOF (Heb. אֵין סוֹף; “The Infinite,” lit. that which is boundless), name given in Kabbalah to God transcendent, in His pure essence: God in Himself, apart from His relationship to the created world. Since every name which was given to God referred to one of the characteristics or attributes by which He revealed Himself to His creatures, or which they ascribed to Him, there is no name or epithet for God from the point of view of His own being. Consequently, when the kabbalists wanted to be precise in their language they abstained from using names like Elohim, the Tetragrammaton, “the Holy One, blessed be He,” and others. These names are all found either in the Written or the Oral Law. The Torah, however, refers only to God’s manifestations and not to God’s own being which is above and beyond His relationship to the created world. Therefore, neither in the Bible, nor in rabbinic tradition was there a term which could fulfill the need of the kabbalists in their speculations on the nature of God.

            The term also shows that the anthropomorphic language in which the kabbalists spoke of the living God of faith and revelation does not represent the totality of their theosophical theological approach.
            – jewishvirtuallibrary dot org/ein-sof

            Contrast this with Christian gnostic’s view of the God of the OT (Demiurge from Platonic literature) and what Jesus Christ the Saviour and Son of the true God taught them.

            Ein Sof
            Valentinians believed that God is incomprehensible and cannot be known directly. Therefore he defies accurate description. He is infinite, without beginning or end and is the ultimate origin of all things. He encompasses all things without being encompassed. Everything including the world lies within the deity and continues to be part of it. The Godhead manifests itself through a process of self-unfolding in the subsequent multiplicity of being while maintaining its unity.

            – gnosis dot org/library/valentinus/Brief_Summary_Theology.htm

            Valentinians were one of the two main sects of early Christians. Their teachings and books were stamped out of existence by the early Roman church and it was sealed exactly the same as “settled scientists” have done with our current dilemma. That is except for the discovery in 1945 Egypt, the Nag Hammadi scriptures.

            Do you see now how you’ve been lied to? That is “the point” for starters.

            • Duck says:

              As I said above… awakening to the NWO religion.

              • bleak says:

                What “NWO religion”? It’s from the Torah and ancient Christian texts. Ancient. Nothing “new” about it.

                As I’ve said before to you many times.

              • bleak says:

                What’s more, if there were such a thing as an NWO religion, do you think they’re going to start preaching esoteric Judaism like the Kabbalah and Christian Gnosticism?

                Is your main complaint the absence of Jesus Christ? Yes, that is their goal but it’s nothing new. It’s as old as the Council of Nicaea circa 320 AD when Jesus was described in a set of books designed to trap the mind in a state of hopeless dependency. A dependency not on Jesus Christ but on the church of Jesus Christ. To date, I haven’t read a single word where Jesus said to his disciples “Go forth and form a Church and a Religion and place your highest intellects as the authoritative leaders who’s very words and interpretations of me are laws.”

                No, he never said that AFAIK.

              • bleak says:

                ack *whose not “who’s”

            • Duck says:

              Hey bleak, happy new year

              “..they’re going to start preaching esoteric Judaism like the Kabbalah and Christian Gnosticism?….”

              What else have they been pushing out since theosophy? Spiritualism, the repackaging in the 60s as New Age, and the NAR… all funded and driven by spooks and oligarchs.

              Kabbalah is so mainstream now I see people with the tree of life as a vanity tat these days. Gnostic thinking is pretty normal now, even in big box Churches

              Big money doesn’t repainted culture with such things after sanding off the Christian varnish with the culture war

              “.. your main complaint the absence of Jesus Christ?…”

              Personally? Yeah.

              But that does not really matter when pointing out the obvious trajectory of the NWO spiritual drive. It’s just another front in their drive to remake the world.

              You should be happy… your ideas are so imbibed that people don’t even see them… fish in the water and all that.

              • bleak says:

                “Mainstream” is your source for factual statements on the Torah/Bible as literature. I see. The opinion of an OT dude with no knowledge or understanding of what he believes in. Got it. Forest for the trees and all that.

                Yeah, happy brave new 1984. Have fun with yourself and please stay entertained.

            • Fact Checker says:

              “Do you see now how you’ve been lied to?”

              I have no doubt everything you wrote was a lie…but I didn’t understand a word…so…


              • bleak says:

                I didn’t think you would understand it. Still, it was good for me to get it out.

              • Duck says:

                Fact checker

                Have you actually checked the facts as to how much money the oligarchs have spent on New Age religious activities? Do you have figures on how much they spent subverting the Catholics? Or what they put into the NAR?
                Kinda interested tbh, assuming you know something of the matter

            • cu.h.j says:

              I think the God described in the OT was a misinterpretation based on harsh living conditions at the time. An enlightened being cannot support murder and ruthlessness. It makes no sense to me. I know that murderous Gods are written in other religions too and I don’t think it makes sense with respect to natural law. Some things are obvious, that acting barbarically does not lead to good outcomes for anyone with a conscience.

              What good does it do? Not much in my opinion. In self defense and self preservation violence can be justified, or to eliminate a dangerous person or animal, but beyond that to kill and harm out hatred and the desire to seek retribution, I’m not sure about. Is retribution really justice? When I really sit with this, something tells me no. A person with a conscience has to live with their actions every day.

              • Jed says:

                I like listening to Jordan Maxwell go off on the Bible, says just about all modern translations have the tense wrong, says they’re gods not god, makes sense to me. Plugs right in with the ancient Cuneiform tablets. Long story short, our creators are colonizing yahoos and we’re created to be slaves. I don’t always believe everything I think or what other people I respect think, but it does explain everything.

              • Duck says:

                “…I think the God described in the OT was a misinterpretation based on harsh living conditions at the time…”

                No, if you read the Bible you can pretty easily see that it’s the same story all the way thru.

                Every one has a choice, we either submit ourselves to God, or try to be our own gods which ends up with us being enslaved by the devil.

                It’s a choice, until it’s not anymore.

              • cu.h.j says:


                It’s funny you say that because I had a friend who thought humans were genetically engineered by aliens, that they manipulated the DNA of primitive life forms on earth.

                I’ll check out what you mentioned.

              • bleak says:

                cu.h.j, I think there’s more to it than misinterpretation but I agree with everything else you said so well.

                Biblical Theophany’s are contained within the Old Testament and in Revelation in the New Testament. Most Christians will contend the appearance of Jesus Christ was a Theophany so books of the New Testament also contain Theophany’s.

                I think esoteric Judaic mysticism holds many answers. So much stuff to read. What I find glaring is Jewish Kabbalah in the Torah (and therefor in the Bible) points to a higher God than the OT God. AND this knowledge is not contradictory to the ancient Christian gnostics who held the OT God was not the highest form of Divinity but a lesser, evil and manipulating Archon god. They had a pre-Genesis cosmogony for this world. One which makes perfect sense because… well look around, I don’t have to tell you.

            • Duck says:

              As anyone can look up theosophy and the Fabian side of the NWO are intertwined.
              Anyone can read about the Rockefeller money pushing interfaith and weakening of doctrine
              Anyone can go over the visup’s TheFarm and listen about Barbara Hubbard and the funding of the New age.

              Don’t need to argue religion, just history….the soft soap church and the woo woo new age is just a re run…and that it’s a big favorite of the new world order types is not a secret

              • bleak says:

                Not everyone can conflate ancient Christian and Jewish texts from their sources with covert psych ops and agendas and without ever having picked up a single one of said ancient sources or even a commentary by an accredited scholar about them. Not everyone can attribute meticulous research done by scholars throughout centuries to “a big favorite of the new world order types” and arrogantly to boot as if their semi-literate, unqualified and uncited uh “musings” were somehow factual.

                No, not everyone can do this. It takes a “special” someone. Can you guess who that special someone is, Duck?

                Before you begin to ponder the answer to that question [Duck takes off his Nike’s and loosens his drool napkin in preparation for some serious thinking], take a moment to tell me which of the following Jewish web sites I’ve cited in my previous comments are in on it so I can avoid using them.

                Is it
                “jewishvirtuallibrary dot org”, “myjewishlearning dot com”, or “thejc dot com” (“The Jewish Chronicle – The World’s Oldest Jewish Newspaper. Since 1841.”)?

                Is it one, two or all three? Don’t tell me it’s ALL THREE !!! Tha hell you say, Duck !!!

                Oh right, you didn’t read my comments. Sorry, I forgot you get activated when you see certain cryptic key words. My bad. But feel free to go back and try to read them. Or have your nanny read them to you.


            • Duck says:

              Bleak, stop with the boomerism about my drooling…. you know in a few years it’ll be your problem too 😉

              “…without ever having picked up a single one of said ancient sources or even a commentary…”

              Last time we were arguing it was about religion…as I recall you were pretty hesitant to admit the jesus you like was the snake rather then the son of the old testament God… glad you are past that stage but I am not arguing THEOLOGY with you… I am saying that the rise of New Age reimagining of gnostic and woo woo is 109% funded and approved by the NWO types and has been from its inception…. Alice bailey, Lucis trust, even the CIA funding of psychedelics and the sex Nd feminist revolutios, and (as i hear) the changes to the catholic way of donng stiff.. oh and throw in the NAR on the fake Christian pile.

              History not theology… the rise of gnostic thinking is beloved by the NWO…why else would they pay for it?

              Becoming a gnostic and opposing the Grrat Reset is on par with joining that other rich man’s toy, BLM and thinking your gonna get fairness and justice… lol

              • bleak says:

                Nah, you’re crazy and don’t know wtf you’re talking about. I never “admitted” Jesus was the snake. Maybe Jesus was the snake in the garden, maybe he wasn’t. Maybe it was an emanation of Christ, maybe it wasn’t. I’m not the OT guy, you are. However, I don’t scoop it all up from the web like you do. REREAD my comments to you. I’ve said all I have to say to you unless you grow a brain and stop conflating things that should not be conflated. It’s not “all the same.” The Bible is “all the same?” yeah sure right ok buh bye.

              • bleak says:

                Here’s the old threads. I love the parts where I have to tell Duck where the baphomet symbol and The Torah came from. You still have no clue about any of it lol.
                bleak says:
                06/12/2021 at 7:39 am
                Me: “The Kabbalah is Jewish mysticism from the Torah which is ESOTERIC knowledge or teachings about realms of existence.”

                You: “NO…it is NOT from the Torah… much more in line with the Babylonian jewish Talmud”

                BOOOOOOOOOONK wrong

                Source: “Kabbalah is the mystical teachings of the Torah handed down through the generations.”
                Here’s the thread that got us started. I still stand with all my comments and rebuke everything you say because it is complete bullshit.
                And what I said about the snake in the garden…

                I understand more now what Jesus said to John in the ApocJohn. The snake was the God of the OT, the “First Ruler”. He was jealous of Adam because Adam had something he didn’t and so he set Adam up. So the story goes.

                All this was wasted on Duck but maybe one single person might find it interesting/amusing. Nah but I had a good laugh. Ah nostalgia and a flame thrower.

              • Fact Checker says:

                “Becoming a gnostic and opposing the Grrat Reset is on par with [bla bla half-baked analogy that loses its train of thought]…”

                Only with a dose of gnosticism may the Great Reset be faced.

                The implementers of the Great Reset are doing the work of the Demiurge, an entity or force that was (conceptually, at least) properly described only by the Gnostics. The Great Resetters are the agents of wicked materialism on Earth, driven by their earthly lust to steal the entire world, while dooming the dumb masses to mind-wiped eternal slavery while lost in an incorporeal “metaverse” which is actually just eternal Gehenna. The Demiurge is wicked precisely because It constructed this infernal planet, along with its intractable injustices and systemic cruelties. The Great Resetters are fulfilling and perfecting the Demiurge’s plan.

                You seem to think that the Great Resetters are trying to escape material reality. They are not. They are trying to monopolize material reality, and to marginalize and contain the masses on “virtual” (incorporeal) reservations. The Great Resetters are so attached to earthly pleasures and bodily existence that they are committing every atrocity imaginable against their fellow men, in hopes of achieving immortality, clinging to this shit world for eternity. The are the Children of the Demiurge, which they see clearly with eyes wide open, whereas YOU worship the Demiurge under Its assumed name, without understanding Its true nature, like a good obedient goy.

                You worship what you do not know; we worship what we do know, for salvation is from the Jews. –John 4:22

                Happy New Year.

              • bleak says:

                Damn FC. You was feigning ignorance. You sly dog. That was one of the most articulate comments I’ve read on why we need to know what the ancient gnostic Christians knew. We need to emulate them. I’m picking my jaw up from the floor where it dropped.

              • Fact Checker says:

                bleak, I wasn’t feigning ignorance (with my dismissal of the text of the Apocryphon)! Quite the opposite:

                I was being a smart-ass!

            • Duck says:

              Crazy as I may be there is not really any counter argument coming from you as to how the NWO religious project is pretty much in line with the new age reinvention of gnosticism.

              ALICE BAILEY and Fabian Socialism and theosophy and the LUCIS TRUST sitting on the UN council of churches, (and being g involved in setting up Occupy Wallstreet)

              The NWO loves the New Age woo woo… let’s not forget Murice Strong and his eco ark of the covenant going to ground zero. They fund this stuff…anyone can look it up, and they have since theosopsy at least

              It’s just history…well, I kinda think it’s more but I’m just crazy

              • bleak says:

                If by “reinvention of gnosticism” you mean a counterfeit gnosticism, OK yeah. That much is probably true. But you have not framed it that way before this. IF that is what you mean.

              • bleak says:

                You fail to mention the biggest purveyors of false Christian gnosticism (aka secular gnosticism) because you know nothing about them, namely Thelema, Aleister Crowley’s group of slap-happy dark occultists. Their “Gnostic Mass” has done so much to slant the early Christian gnostics in the public’s eyes. Eyes like yours who are drifting on a rudderless boat in the waters of Lethe. You spot a shiny object on the beach and think you know what it is but you don’t. You won’t know until you swim to the beach, pick up the object and examine it on all sides. Then, if it’s not to your liking, you throw it away. If it is, put it in your pocket. This is the way it works. Not clawing and scratching at web sites of random facetwits and britannica’s etc. Read a book. Read a lot of books. Read books that are counter to your views <— this one.

            • Duck says:

              If by “reinvention of gnosticism” you mean a counterfeit gnosticism, OK yeah. That much is probably true….”

              That’s a religious discussion…I had 3 beers so meh on that right now 🙂

              I am just pointing out that gnostic thinking as understood by academics and historians IS the NWO one world religion… like I said the Lucis Trust is a fine example of the religious side of their project…. but the Fabians were into that stuff too. Any look into the New Age shows that it’s an oligarch project, even today with Nexium and the ‘unicorn killer’ Einhorn.

              That stuff IS the neo religious ‘awakening’ that’s coming…blame it on crowley if you like but even he was just a tool for British intelligence… and they are totally up the backside of the deep state just like the satanic temple weirdos… that founder guy who just died, psy war officer was he not?

              • bleak says:

                “I am just pointing out that gnostic thinking as understood by academics and historians IS the NWO one world religion”

                Nope, wrong. NHS discovered in 1945. Popularity rose. The End.

            • Duck says:


              Lol…. gnosticism in no way arose from the 1945 digging up of their trash pit…unless you are the only true, knowing, gnostic in the world of pretenders

              The druze are a fine example from the middle ages, as are folks like the cathars…. more modern examples being Mormonism (god from the planet kolob…lololo) and I guess you yourself called Crowley one and he predates 45 as do the theosophists…. all have variations on the same trans humanist crap which is why those ideas run h ads and in hand with nwo players so often.

              • bleak says:

                I haven’t said “gnosticism arose from 1945 on.” Read what I said…

                POPULARITY [of gnosticism] rose since then. Tangentially to any covert ops, committees, agendas etc. You seem to have a reading comprehension problem. Just sayin’.

                And as long as I’m just just sayin’… I’ll say this again. You know nothing of thelema/Crowley. You think you know it all and that is your main problem. When I say ‘you know nothing’, believe me because you really don’t as I’ve shown many times over the course of last year. You can change it [do it for schwaby baby] but you need to admit it when you’re wrong. Which is, like, all the time. Poor Duck.

            • Duck says:

              like are you ever going to tell me that Thesophy is not
              A)gnostic in its outlook
              B) Part of the NWO ( lucis trust…Fabian socialism..ect..)

              Are you going to tell me that “non-theistic” satanism is not
              A)gnostic in outlook
              B)part of the intelligence world NWO
              C)created by a legit psy spook

              • bleak says:

                Theosophy is NOT “gnostic” in outlook !!! Why ? Why ??? Why ?????????? BECAUSE… she/they/it never recognized the historical Jesus as the Son of God the Father, the one true Savior of humanity AND the ancient Christian Gnostics absolutely positively DID. Why is that so hard for you to understand? So, NO, I’m not ever going to tell you that.

                As I said before and quoted Blavatsky, I don’t think Theosophy started off that way but maybe they were co-opted like so many other religions not the least of which was Christianity. Those who seek power and control find the side entrance and go to work. Or the front door in the case of the Roman church. Nice pope you got there sport.

                Krishna’s are a perfect example. Swami Prabhupadha (the founder/leader of the Hare Krishna movement in the west) was slowly poisoned to death and Jews infiltrated ISKCON. That’s a matter of record. But NO, the “spiritualist movement” of the 18th-19th centuries was NOT Christian Gnosticism even in the remotest sense. Why ??????????????????????????????????????? Because… they didn’t hold the historical person of Jesus Christ as the one true Savior of humanity while Christian Gnosticism did. That is why.

                Your last glitchy bit above (whatever “”not-theistic” satanism” means lol)…
                A)NO and LOL
                B)No doubt
                C)Yes and NO as in who exactly are you talking about? Laveyins (yes), occultists in general (generally no), the Golden Dawn (no), the Temple of Set (not sure), Wiccans (no), McDonalds (yes) ???

                -postimg dot cc/Z0DhNbq4

                It’s still all one big occult wash to you but if you’re going to fight them then you’d better get your shit together.

              • bleak says:

                Addendum to the above:

                I don’t consider Ophites or Simoneons (followers of Simon Magus) as true disciples of Jesus Christ who rebuked them (and all practitioners of sex-magic and sorcery) after the resurrection in Pistis Sophia. Read the book especially the commentary by GRS Mead…

                A History of Gnosticism
                by Giovanni Filoramo
                it’s OOP and kind of expensive but worth it. Klaus needs to get busy and get it back in print.

            • Duck says:


              “…Theosophy is NOT “gnostic” ..BECAUSE… she/they/it never recognized the historical Jesus as the Son of God the Father, the one true Savior of humanity AND the ancient Christian Gnostics absolutely positively DID….”

              1) The “historical Jesus” you are talking about IS NOT the son of the OLD TESTAMENT GOD in gnostic teaching.

              The (So called) ‘christian’ Gnostics believed that a the jesus you talk of was a bringer of knowledge of how to get saved… and in some of their writings was identified as the ONE THAT HELPED ADAM AND EVE TO EAT THE FRUIT….perfectly within the bounds of theosophy.

              “…As I said before and quoted Blavatsky, I don’t think Theosophy started off that way but maybe they were co-opted like so many other religions not the least of which was Christianity…”

              Cant argue with you there- when things get power they attract bad people.

              “… Nice pope you got there sport…”
              No a Catholic, while I think they are greatly missled the Jesus that they officially worship is the same Jesus that I worship, and not a counterfeit

              “… NOT Christian Gnosticism even in the remotest sense. they didn’t hold the historical person of Jesus Christ as the one true Savior of humanity while Christian Gnosticism did. That is why….”

              AGAIN… The ‘christ” in so called “christian Gnosticism” did NOT atone for the sin of mankind… the christ of Gnosticism = teacher who brings info NOT A SAVIOR.

              Gnosticism says that gnosis -Knowledge- is what saves.

              “…(whatever “”not-theistic” satanism” means)…..”

              As in teaching a materialist outlook and saying that the satanic symbology is just ‘for show’ or to ‘focus the mind’

              “…A)NO and LOL..”

              Since they tend to teach humanistic will to power type stuff I’d say YES.

              “…occultists in general (generally no),..”
              DISAGREE Occult circles are full of intel people and have been probably forever.
              Probably having a bunch of criminally minded weirdos is useful for that kind of work.

              Secret Agent 666 by Dr Spence gives a pretty good window on that world.

              “… the Golden Dawn (no),..”
              As I recall (from Secret agent 666) they were full of anti government intrigues until Crowley got sent to stir them up Sunstein style and baset them on each others throats… funny thing is order of the 9 angles did the exact same stuff to those neo nazi’s ( atomwaffen…? Cant recall the name)

              “…Wiccans (no)..”
              Actually I’m thinking that the early ones WERE into that world, it just kinda got popular on its own. Crowley and Gardener were mates as I recall,

              “…It’s still all one big occult wash to you but if you’re going to fight them then you’d better get your shit together…”

              It really IS rather like there are just a million flavors of the same turd,

              If the same people pushing the NWO have ALSO been pushing all these flavors of religion then chances are all that occult crowds NOT GONNA FIGHT the NWO

              • bleak says:

                duck said: “The “historical Jesus” you are talking about IS NOT the son of the OLD TESTAMENT GOD in gnostic teaching.”

                Yeah and? The God of the OT is not the one Jesus called “Father”. Jesus was/is ABOVE the God of the OT (aka Yaldabaoth). Still, it is pretty powerful though. Definitely above me.

                duck said: “AGAIN… The ‘christ” in so called “christian Gnosticism” did NOT atone for the sin of mankind… the christ of Gnosticism = teacher who brings info NOT A SAVIOR. Gnosticism says that gnosis -Knowledge- is what saves.”

                He was both; teacher and Savior.

                duck said: “AGAIN… The ‘christ” in so called “christian Gnosticism” did NOT atone for the sin of mankind… the christ of Gnosticism = teacher who brings info NOT A SAVIOR.”

                Your indoctrination.

                A “rule of faith” (regula fideli) passed down by the church hierarchy provided the only sure means of obtaining the correct interpretation. The thinking went that the bishops and presbyters, having obtained their “rule of faith” from the apostles and ultimately from Jesus himself, were the true possessors of the pure doctrine of Christ. (Since only proto-orthodox clergy counted as legitimate, this reasoning was circular; it amounted to “our theology is correct because it’s our theology.”)
                – gnosticismexplained dot org/jesus-christ-in-gnosticism/

                As for the rest; crowley, thelema, theosophy etc etc, I DON’T CARE. Believe whatever you want to believe. I comment on your solipsistic cog-dis crap in the hope that there is at least one person reading this who will come to know Jesus without the fog of distortion, conflation, obfuscation and hard lies the Roman church handed down to people like you from the start.

                The Savior said to them, “I want you to know that all people born on earth from the foundation of the world until now are of dust, and though they have inquired about God, who he is and what he is like, they have not found him. The wisest of people have speculated on the basis of the order and movement of the universe, yet their speculation has missed the truth. It is said that philosophers voice three distinct opinions about the order of the universe, and they disagree with each other. Some of them say that the world governs itself, others say that divine forethought governs it, still others that fate is in charge. All these opinions are wrong. Of the three opinions I have just mentioned, none of them comes close to the truth. They are mere human opinions.
                -The Wisdom of Jesus Christ, Nag Hammadi Scriptures

              • Fact Checker says:

                Duck: ” The ‘christ” in so called “christian Gnosticism” did NOT atone for the sin of mankind… ”

                That’s exactly the point. Gnostics don’t go in for the barbaric blood magick angle of the Bible, and that’s exactly their strength. The Gnostics realize that a “God” who demands blood from its creations on pain of eternal torment is, self-evidently, wicked in nature. (And then they come up with a bunch of retcon fan-fiction to try to reconcile their laudable moral sense with some aspects of the seemingly laudable snippets of the NT.)

                So by “criticizing” the Gnostics for disavowing the satanic blood-atonement black-magic built into the entire “conventional” Christian Canon, all you’re doing is “outing” yourself as a devotee of a demonic, wicked sky monster. Fair enough if that’s your thing, but it’s not the Gnostics’ job to follow your evil religion. It’s their job to morally rise above your Jewish superstitions, even as they incorporate some iconography from it. The Gnostics are a massive “level up” from you, because you are weighed down, morally speaking, with a fundamentally satanic metaphysical narrative.

                (There are, of course, “levels-up” from Gnosticism, too, but that’s an entirely separate matter. As between you and bleak, you are in the one-down position, clinging belligerently to an absolutely abominable and mind-crippling delusion, inculcated in you by trauma-based mind-programming narratives.)

              • bleak says:

                FC, I’m curious about what you consider “levels up” from Christian Gnosticism. Holding my speculations but I have them. You have my word that I won’t claim my specs are right if they are not.

              • cu.h.j says:

                I think FC is an atheist and probably favors ideas of religion that don’t harm others as being above those that do favor harm and barbarity.

                He would probably like Buddhism as a practice. Sorry to intrude, but just speculating.

                I understand why someone would be turned off by the passages of the OT and why someone would doubt that a being or force that is enlightened would exhibit the human failings of retribution, hate, murder, and jealousy.

                If God exists, and I do think that there is a force that is present in all living things, I think that this being or force is not mean or hateful, but rather a type of teacher, who helps a person understand.

                When I was a young child, about 2 and 1/2, I remember feeling like I had been here before. My own personal belief is that we are reincarnated again and again to learn.

              • Fact Checker says:

                Good guesses, c u hj!

                I’m not going to try to exhaustively disgorge my taxonomy of levels of consciousness, but on the dimension of morality the short of it would be:

                Abrahamic Monotheism < Pagan Pantheism < Gnostic Henotheism < Nontheistic Buddhism < Religion-neutral libertarianism (Non-Aggression Principle) < Ecumenical Nonexistence

                The levels of understanding empirical reality are something totally different, and the levels of that dimension don’t correspond to the levels of morality in any linear way. (Most reasonably high levels of empirically accurate consciousness don’t give any guidance on moral questions.) However, there are many religious frameworks that purport to be both ontologies and ethical imperatives, and bleak and Duck each subscribe to such belief-systems. Gnostic Henotheism is better aligned with empirical reality than is Abrahamic Monotheism, as well as being morally superior. Abrahamic Monotheism is both low-morality and deep-low-empirical-fit, whereas Gnosticism is high-morality and moderate-low-empirical-fit.

                So bleak is “leveled-up” on both dimensions, relative to Duck.

            • Duck says:


              “…comment on your solipsistic cog-dis crap in the hope that there is at least one person reading this who will come to know Jesus without the fog of distortion, conflation, obfuscation and hard lies..”

              I really was not having
              A religious debate… I was painting out that gnostic and variations of gnostic ideas in the New Age religious movement ARE the NWO religion, or at least beta tests of it…this is evidenced by the super high spook count in its moves and shakers and the big oligarch bucks that is spent on it.

              • Fact Checker says:

                Again, Duck, the “spook count” and financial investments in “new age religions” is infinitesimal in comparison to the obsessive psychodrome of Judaic Zio-globalism.

  19. Paul Cardin says:

    As you will be aware James, the Japanese government has openly declared to their population that taking a COVID-19 vaccine risks myocarditis and pericarditis.

    I have a documented history of heart disease in my family as many people do and I thought that this, along with the Japanese government’s declaration would be enough to fend off the jabbers when they come knocking.

  20. stephen says:

    Several ‘thought leaders’ or personalities within the alt-right are going full retard and exposing themselves as true midwits, claiming ‘no conspiracy’ to Scamdemic 2019+, or that the Great Reset is just Steve Bannon-tier boomer CT a la Q. These guys are genuinely ignorantly, but because they’re young, and they got a following post 2016 and the Rise (and fall) of Trumpism, they think they’re hot shit and are always right about everything all the time. /pol/ has been analyzing this rift in recent days, and it’ll be interesting to see how much they double down and how this affects the alt-right broadly.
    I’m all for critical analysis of JQ (Jewish Question), of critique of Zionism and much else the alt-right will openly discuss (e.g. racial issues) and point out (something that too often ‘normie’ conspiracy and alternative media eschews, for obvious reasons). I can’t identify myself with these Nazbols, or White Nationalists or Nazis or whatever it is they would prefer to be called, or others would prefer to call them, if they are going to give fascism such a bad name with such a plethora of bad takes, backed up by arrogant narcissism. Plus, we live in a civnat society for the foreseeable future, so I don’t know what kind of legs racial separatist movements like a Greater Idaho Project has, unless there is a total civilizational collapse scenario, which doesn’t seem the most likely scenario compared to a slow burn collapse, a la the Roman Empire (at least for a U.S. analogy). I’m not against efforts towards self-segregation, especially after getting more redpilled on targeted crime upon whites, the general anti-white sentiment of institutions (government, media, increasingly law, etc.), the Summer of Rage that was Floyd death related BLM rioting, targeted demographic replacement a la White Genocide evidence and theory, etc. Most folks are not going to be able to regionally self-segregate along racial or political ideological terms, however, so I guess we’re stuck with trying to make the best of things with our differing backgrounds, cultures, worldviews, etc. (especially since diversity will be state & establishment-enforced, as it has been in the U.S. [and increasingly in Europe] since post Civil War and certainly the civil rights era of the second half of the 20th century).
    I don’t really expect sites like Corbett, or similar libertarian or conspiratorial sites to delve to deeply into issues such as the JQ or race, but this is in an open thread invitation, so there you have it. Ya’ll might not have your fingers on the pulse of alleged alt-right tier fracturing chatter, however, so these developments might be of some interest to a few of you.

    Examples of statements (and responses) to alt-right Covid, et al, position(s):

    • cu.h.j says:

      The thing I don’t like about some “alt-right” writings is overt racism and sexism. Perhaps this is my take or ignorance of the discourses in this sphere. I have read some inflammatory stuff online, particularly overtly sexist and offensive comments that women should go back to being essentially the property of men with no rights as free individuals. Also, people like Moldbug who advocate for a return to monarchy seem to support authoritarianism.

      I think people should be free to associate or segregate from whom ever they choose.

      Also, some of the hatred of “Jews” is distasteful and I may be thrown into that basket based on ancestry despite the fact that I have never supported the idea superiority to other people. Should people be judged based on who their parents are? On DNA?

      Some of the “alt-right” material I have read on line also supports the idea of racial superiority or superiority based on IQ. I think these ideas are false and based on the same type eugenics that the parasite “elites” are using to subjugate humanity.

      • stephen says:

        All I did was lurk 4chan /pol/ to get a good handle on those issues you mention, regarding animosity towards Jews, Israel and Zionism. Corbett’s been on Red Ice back in the day. Red Ice (Henrik Palmgren) is doing a good job setting the record straight on the Jewish Question and pro-white narrative(s). Honestly, you must have your head stuck in the sand and not be willing to do research in good faith to find the answers why people are done with Jews in the West. Look no further (for now) than Ghislaine Maxwell’s court records being sealed. It’s clearly a Mossad honeypot sexual blackmailing and exploitation operation they’re covering for, with Les Wexner as the ostensible financier. I’ve been listening to Ryan Dawson on Red Ice from a few weeks ago discuss the erstwhile trial. Check that one out on Bitchute if you are curious as to why Americans/European Westerners don’t care for Jews. Dr. Kevin MacDonald did his culture of critique series detailing Jewish group evolutionary strategy, E. Michael Jones has written several books (i.e. The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit) which I’m sure does a more erudite job at addressing Jewish historical influence. Not that you will, but anyone could go down the rabbit hole and come to very ‘alt-right’ tier conclusions regarding the JQ, generally speaking, in short order. The origin myth of the 20th century (a.k.a. the Holocaust™ and related World War revisionism) is another redpill that one need only spend a few hours, weeks or longer for a more detailed understanding (much like 9/11) to appreciate how bunk the official narratives and other Jewish claims are for that alleged historical event.

        I’m pretty sure Moldbug is not alt-right. I’m not familiar with him at all, other than he’s been dismissed by other alt-right personalities (such as some of the ones associated with the quotes in my previous post). I think Moldbug is Jewish, too, which must be a sort of awkward culture to be associated with considering. The alt-right does have dissident Jewish thinkers or allies in it, but they’re probably few and far between. Ron Unz of the Unz Report ( comes to mind, and several Jews have spoken critically of Israel and Zionism (I wouldn’t include limited hangout Noam Chomsky in this group, although I’m not very familiar with Chomsky, either). I’ll have to reply to this post with those names, as I’ll have to research for those limited examples*. Gilad Atzmon is Jewish musician who’s been on Red Ice, and who’s critical of Israel/Zionism.
        You can find Brother Nathanael (a Jew who converted to orthodox Christianity) to find good exposés on Judasim/Israel/Zionism. Adam Green of Know More News is another Bitchute channel to find critical Zionism and Jewish content. Do a gestalt, rabbit hole dive on, I don’t know. Research the origin of the recent ‘Qui?!’ meme.

        If you want a somewhat pro-Jewish perspective that is critical of anti-whitism, go to Jared Taylor and American Renaissance ( I’m sure there is plenty of evidence to support a racial disparity intelligence variation. Francis Crick (co-discoverer of the DNA molecule) got cancelled for referencing this interpretation of data.

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

        • stephen says:

          Jews & Feminism:

          Happy Holidays:


          Ryan Dawson on Red Ice discussing Ghislaine Maxwell:

          Brother Nathanael:

          The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements:

          The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit: And Its Impact on World History:

          Eric Zemmour:

          Research Bobby Fischer’s quotes/views on Jews:

          I want to try and be somewhat magnanimous and not Jew-bash or be unnecessarily racist, etc. I’m sure this is all pushing the envelope of acceptable discourse on the (libertarian/voluntary anarchist) Corbett Report, which is far more inclusive of all comers than the ‘alt-right’, generally speaking. I like the Corbett Report and Media Monarchy and have a more normie-tier conspiratorial background. I voted for Obama in ’08 and Kerry in ’04 and liked HRC for the Democratic Primary in ’08. I got older and more redpilled, I guess, though. It’s happened to a lot of folks recent years, and these kind of ideological and worldview conflicts are going to continue to bleed into our respective spheres. I would bet even James Evan Pilato is getting more conservative and ‘radicalized’ in this regard, although not to the extent to where I’m at probably 😉 You can’t be a ‘normal’, white American after the 2020 summer of BLM/Antifa, Democrat-Party sponsored rioting and rage and not be more conservative, return-to-traditionalism-oriented and ‘racist’ (in-group preferential), I submit.

          Will New World Next Week or the Corbett Report ever address these conflicts that are coming into each others spheres? I foresee more fracturing along these lines (within conspiratorially-friendly and libertarian-esque communities), and frankly I don’t expect the Corbett Report to side with a worldview and positions which I present in the previous post, even though CR doesn’t shy away from criticism of Israel and specific Jews (like 9/11 culprits) when they present research. I would like to hear what the James’ might have to say on these types of cultural and ideological conflicts, however (where ‘third rail’ topics like Jews, Israel and race and race relations – and the polarized perspectives on these – are discussed at relative length).

          Or we could all just not talk about all these room-looming elephants for fucking ever…

        • cu.h.j says:

          I’ve read Giliad Atzmon’s books, The Wandering Who and Being in Time and they were quite interesting. He certainly was raised in a pro Zionist Jewish culture. I have also read The Holocaust Industry by Norman Finklestein as well.

          The notion of identity and tribalism can be toxic and I realize that this has been used to make people support or accept barbaric behavior by people who identify within that tribe. But, when people are assumed to support it may not be accurate and does not allow for the possibility that individuals can rise above that and reject and fight against a system that is evil. Murder, exploitation, theft, slavery, torture, etc are wrong, in my opinion.

          I did have family members who were marked for deportation to camps in Nazi Austria, they wore yellow stars and had to flee. They weren’t religious people and they weren’t Zionists, but secular citizens of Austria. They lost all of their wealth and came to the US in poverty. I was not raised in any prescribed identity, but rather as a unique human being, an American. I don’t want to be put into a category, but viewed as an individual. I think all people have the same value in the eyes of God. We are all children of God and it is ones actions that they should be judged by.

          I also don’t think I am knowledgeable of “alt-right” discourses and certainly don’t think white people should be hated and killed. I’m sure I fit into that category as well.

          • cu.h.j says:

            What I think the parasite class have done is exploit a tendency for people to try to fit into groups, which may be an evolutionary strategy. They have no loyalty to others who think they are in the same group and see themselves as superior to everyone and now they want to get rid of people who they think aren’t worthy of existence. It is beyond race and tribe at this point.

            They are a cancer to humanity because of what they have done and what they are doing. Their behavior is a threat to our survival as a species. And I think that humans can form alliances with one another to remove this threat. It is an evolutionary challenge perhaps.

            • cu.h.j says:

              I also think that I’ve become more conservative as I’ve grown older, if that means supporting peoples rights to practice their religions and self determination and less government. In fact, I think no government would be the ideal condition.

              America has a unique cultural make up and some of the founding fathers were visionary thinkers, particularly Ben Franklin. It’s too bad that the central bankers were able to ruin this country, at least temporarily.

              I also think MLK was a positive influence on America, to be a unified country based on moral principles and people having equal rights.

              I voted for Obama as well, “hope and change” but voted from Trump in 2020. I now realize I had been fooled and that both political parties are completely corrupt and bought by the central banks. I don’t think I’ll vote again.

              The rioting in the summer of 2020 was terrible. It was much worse than the riot of 1992 in LA.

              I don’t see conservatism as being supportive of racism, the belief in superiority of certain races. I think people should associate freely with who they are comfortable with, but also respect one another and if people want to interact with others outside of their groups that’s fine too. I want to live in a society where mutual respect is the norm.

    • Duck says:

      “.. Plus, we live in a civnat society for the foreseeable future, so I don’t know what kind of legs racial separatist movements like a Greater Idaho Project..”

      They are very deliberately working on stoking hatred and fear, first of blacks/browns vs whites and now of whites vs blacks and browns…. pretty sure civ nat is going to become Patchwork… a set of small nations easy to beat down with banker power.

  21. westerncivic says:

    Ok, so thought to text is here???

  22. westerncivic says:

    Bad feeling of the day:

    Biden’s no federal solution is actually a precursor to state run border checkpoints.


  23. vadoum says:

    “christmas 2021, I should’a been there” print the hats,,

    “Its beginning to look at lot like,,,,” (2:25)

  24. frogsoup says:

    Happy New Year Pal! enjoy your time off! cheeeers!🤜🏼💪🏼💯🍾🍾🍾

  25. sand says:

    I just want to leave a great big THANK YOU for all your great research and many productions.

  26. Jeremy says:

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year James! I love the “Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself” sweater!

    This next year, I will be moving from South Korea to New Hampshire to join the #freestateproject

    I’ve lived and taught English for ten years in South Korea. I love it, but I hate wearing a mask when I teach. Plus they have started the vax pass here for libraries, saunas, restaurants, etc. My boss at my school wanted all teachers to get vaxxed. I was the only one who refused. Plus I refuse to wear a mask on the street when 99% are masked. South Korea has just lost its charm.

    My suspension is that they will unleash a full push for their bio-security state after the presidential elections, March 9th. I will leave before then.

    So here’s looking forward to a Happy New Year in the relatively freer state of New Hampshire!

    I wish you and your family the very best James. I really appreciate all you do.



    • Agreed says:

      Hey man, good to know there’s people that have similar backgrounds to me! That motivation you got it! Our knowledge is the best in pioneering education! Cheers!

  27. Happy holiday James and Broc. Iain Davis of passes the 9/11 truth and Covid 1984 litmus tests.

    From the UK, Iain Davis: Please accept a small gift from me. I’ve put together a selection of resistance music to inspire, amuse and hopefully enjoy. (Parental discretion advised). (1:11:05)

  28. seasons says:

    If you heard about an IPO from a business that needed nearly 100% share of the market in order to make a profit would you invest in it? If the investors and owner of that blamed consumers that didn’t buy from them for not keeping their business afloat would you do the same? Or would you think they are insane to believe such a scheme would ever work out?

  29. NAF says:

    A #SolutionsWatch recommendation:
    To sing out the truth.
    An example: the music “Jornalixo” by Estraca:
    OK, it’s Portuguese rap, but the lyrics ( do advise the use of translation tools.
    International music community, should consider to make an English version of this one.

  30. NAF says:

    A #SolutionsWatch.
    OK, it’s Portuguese rap, but the lyrics ( do advise the use of translation tools.
    Also to international music community @ZubyMusic et al, make an English version.

  31. Tagourramt says:

    Hi, I am a middle aged Dutch Moroccan woman who listens to the Corbett Report while doing my household chores. It helps me maintain my sanity. I get validation from a white man who uses sources so I am not crazy. The WOI series made me leap with joy. It answered so many questions for me.
    I do know that I am not the target audience for this show but I take my info and validation where ever I can get it. The reason why saying this, is because James Corbett had to make an episode to tell the audience about war propaganda in movies while I get heart palpitations every time I see a movie poster with a US soldier with the US flag on the background. Netflix is a nightmare for me. Half is white and pink washing racism and colonialism and the other half is war propaganda.
    Am I the only one who is disturbed by this oxymoron? Who are these people who actually believe it is okay to bomb black and brown people if it is done by vegan drag queens?
    And know of the term intersectional imperialism but it isn’t going beyond the memes.

    So are there any more people like me?
    How much cleaning and decluttering have you got done while listening to the Corbett Report

    • jo-ann says:

      Hi, Tagourramt. I, too, am not the typical Corbetteer. I am a retired female chemist and also listen to podcasts while performing chores to keep my sanity. No one in my circle of friends and family is aware of how the world really works. I have tried to influence those in my very limited circle, with little luck. They belive the propaganda in the corporate media. I am alone, surrounded “normies.”

    • Duck says:

      …oxymoron? Who are these people who actually believe it is okay to bomb black and brown people if it is done by vegan drag queens?…”

      They really DO think that’s ok…the management class are a pox, they can’t leave other people alone.

      They have no real principles or morals or beliefs, being a predatory class of NPC who do the will of anyone who gives them status and power

      • MotherWit says:

        I can attest to this. They are only interested now that the guns are on them and their children. No concern of the 1980’s deaths in Central America, no concern for their products made from prison and/or child slaves. No concern for any country bombed into the stone age, their organs harvested, children vulnerable, resources stolen. I’ve tried for decades, only now realizing that they just don’t care. Too comfortable in the heart of the empire (comfortable while useful, but that’s coming to an end now).
        Their veneer of respectability and progress is no longer hiding that they themselves are “little psychopaths”.
        I too, listen to Corbett, and others, while I make my natural medicines, and other chores. I want to be prepared to back up my conclusions. Others “don’t have time”, while they spew sport stats for hours. I have concluded this is their karma. Yet hard to silently stand by while my own, and children’s rights, are evaporating without even an acknowledgement. Arrested Development is needed so any Empire can kill/loot/pillage/rape others.

    • minnie says:

      I’m a middle-aged mixed race woman who’s watched or listened to just about every Corbett Report video since 2013. I didn’t think he had a “target audience” – certainly it’s never occurred to me to wonder whether I was in such a thing or not! Apart from that, I could not agree more with what you say.

      My sister throws a tantrum if I so much as point out that Obama (or Obomber as I prefer to call him) must be either a puppet or a psychopath who’s happy to kill women and children, as long as they live in the Middle East or north Africa.

      I don’t agree with Frankwd above about a battle between an “old consciousness” and a new “higher consciousness”. Maybe a new consciousness is developing, but I don’t see it as a battle. I see this as more of a behavioural issue. Many intelligent people cannot bear to see the truth, to see the world as it really is. If it’s pointed out to them, they erupt in anger or storm out, because it’s too much for them to bear. The idea that our developed society has evolved towards a better understanding of race or gender issues comforts them and they don’t want to countenance anything that might distort that rose-tinted vision.

      The Belgian academic Mattias Desmet has been speaking about this kind of thing a lot. He calls it “mass formation”. I don’t know if he’d be up for an interview with James – that would be a great one to watch.

      • cu.h.j says:


        I agree. He would be an excellent guest to have on. This whole thing is built on psychology. If we can change affect the minds of men, we could end this. We have to break the spell that has been cast on people.

      • mutig says:


        I also wanted to respond to frankwd about the “old consciousness,” as he calls it, and “higher consciousness,” but by the time I logged in and found the comment again I had no more time, so I’m glad you brought it up here. I’m afraid I would prefer that it were a “battle,” as frankwd says, so that what it actually is would be clearly evident. Unfortunately the proponents of “higher consciousness” are not just the rosy visionaries they appear to be. They are the followers, some them probably unwittingly, of the creators of the theosophical movement, who invented or who first promoted the idea of the Age of Aquarius, higher consciousness, The Great Awakening. What they mean by awakening is not what we mean by waking up to the Matrix, but a transition into a New Age. According to historians, in the ancient world the signs of the zodiac were part of the system of divination and interpreting omens and did not refer to future eras. The zodiac signs as emblems of periods of history were the invention of Alice Bailey, disciple of satanist and New Age occultist Helena Blavatsky. This video presents the lines between Theosophy, the New Age movement, Freemasonry, and the New World Order, often in the protagonists’ own words:

        A former freemmason reveals what he knows about Freemasonry and its relations with other movements. Unfortunately the video is five hours long, but one can scroll through it for the camera-on-the-page documentation:—Altiyan-Childs:8

        I find it alarming that number of the spokespersons for the red pilled seem to be falling for the “higher consciousness” lines. I’ll try to post more when I have time to look up URLs.

        I looked up Mattias Desmet. He is probably the source of the “mass formation” buzz all over the internet. What he outlines does describe much of what we see happening, though as usual, psychiatry doesn’t seem to me to account for all the complexity of the human being, either individuals or societies. Some of the people fearful of Covid-19 certainly fit within his paradigm. But I know people who like their jobs and belong to functional families and communities. They don’t read what we read, and they had the injections so they could visit their grandchildren. Some of them are insecure, and I think being conventional is a kind of validation for them. I have a student who said, “even if it’s a lie I want to believe it.” Some people I know are generally very rational, but some issues are a matter of a kind of self definition rather than a position arrived at by evidence and reason. I know people who would not read any newspaper other than the Herald Tribune any more than James would wear a pin striped suit. Do most people know why they have chosen a particular look? The very fashionable would say that it is the current fashion.

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

      • fpoerner says:

        I’d like to see James tackle the Mass Formation thing, too. A good insight for me there was why people under the influence crave the current situation so much. It’s because it’s a way to channel the profound, diffuse fears they used to have. They don’t want these back and fight the idea of returning to the ‘old normal’.

        (First thing I thought when Doc Malone brought this theory up was “the Davos psychology departement propably knows this research too…”)

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Mass Formation
          Here is a Sub-Thread which unites another Sub-Thread on the topic.

          My take is that a fundamental Voluntaryist | Anarchist concept is foundational in this understanding of “Mass Formation”. That is…
          It is a self-evident truth that man is inherently endowed with inalienable natural rights and liberties, as opposed to the ideology that the group’s objectives are much more important than these inherent rights of the individual.

          The further one strays from the self-evident truth, then the more delusional a group becomes…and thus the group seeks control of the individual into a mass formation.

        • Steve Smith says:

          “ I’d like to see James tackle the Mass Formation thing, too”

          I haven’t watched it yet but this video was uploaded by Keith Knight today.


        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          January 10, 2022 – By Dr. Robert Malone
          [Very Indepth Article]

          Mass Formation: Deployed on You After Over 200 Years of Study
          Junior academics cited by “Forbes”, AP, Reuters and “The Independent” have not done their homework

          …Clearly, Google was not the only corporation triggered by Joe Rogan podcast # 1757 which previously reached #1 podcast ranking worldwide, has been referred to as “the most important interview of our time” and has been seen by over 50 million viewers.
          But what absolutely has been generated by all of the coopted reactionary press and Big Tech titans metaphorically tripping over their shoelaces is a massive trove of real time data validating the brilliant Mass Formation intellectual synthesis developed by Professor Desmet over the last two years.

          In this coordinated propaganda and censorship response, we can clearly see the hands of the BBC-led Trusted News Initiative, the Scientific Technological Elite, the transnational investment funds and their World Economic Forum allies which control Pfizer and most of Big Pharma, Legacy Media and Big Tech (and many national governments) acting in real time to suppress a growing awareness by the general public of having been actively manipulated using crowd psychology tools to generate clinically significant fear and anxiety of COVID-19 (otherwise known as “Coronaphobia”) to advance their agendas on a global scale.

          Multiple governments have now admitted to actively using fear and ‘Mass Formation’-related theories as a tool for totalitarian population control during this outbreak.
          This is occurring at the same time that Omicron is destroying the legitimacy of government and WHO propaganda concerning the “Safe and Effective” mRNA vaccines and associated mandates….

  32. vjdeen says:

    Hi guys,

    By now, most of you may have seen a small clip of Overlord Billy Gates being optimistic about 2022 and inviting you to check out his year in review at Gates Notes.

    So I did, as I am sure a Gates prediction or outlook is something of a manifesto these days.

    You can check out here:

    There are some alarming things in here if you are in the habit of reading between the lines. These include:

    waning trust in government
    his overt call for more social media censorship
    advocacy for a new normal
    specific mention of education being online in stead of in person

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Good post vjdeen.
      Derrick Broze had a write-up on it, and Corbett Member wolfgang made some important points.

      One EXCERPT
      In his attempt to push for regulation and censorship of the Internet, Gates attempts comparisons with “network TV shows” not being able to show explicit sex scenes or use profane language before 10 p.m.

      “These rules exist to protect people. So why couldn’t our government create new rules to protect them from the most tangible harms created by social media?,” Gates asks. “They wouldn’t be easy to enforce, and we’d need public debate about exactly where the lines should be, but this is doable and really important to get done.”

      Gates ends his rant by stating that videos claiming the COVID-19 shots cause infertility should not be allowed to spread widely.

  33. MEFF says:

    Dear James,
    Thank you so much for your message and I hope you have great rest and time with your family. You are a very important moral support to for me, and I’m sure for us all. We appreciate all your honest work and for informing us. WISH YOU THE BEST.

    I hope you can make a show about the 2022 predictions or possible scenarios according to your experience and all the information you have. We know we are in a very difficult time and hard to guess what’s going next apart from the vaxx, the passports, the new virus, etc. Besides that, it’d be interesting to know your opinion about for example, E.T. or reptilians as you’ve never mentioned them, and I personally think this mafia belongs to other kind of humans or entities controlling the world for thousands of years. Do you think there’s a coming huge catastrophe?

    Thank you James, sincerely from Mexico!!!!

  34. Paul says:

    Special thanks to the Mises Institute for publishing this article by Murray Rothbard that I had not previously read:

    The Conspiracy Theory of History Revisited

    I think this article should be linked from nearly every article published. It is so relevant.

    I do wonder how some “Austrians” would respond to their beloved Rothbard here, but most of the ones that seem to never discuss any current conspiracies are the same ones that don’t have to answer questions, as they are basically forgiven for not being anywhere near the problems that have, literally, turned the world upside-down. They will always be covering the same topics that as the world burns for the next 50 years nothing but articles on Marxism, Fascism, Capitalism, Socialism, Democracy, Anarchy, etc. Nothing about the actual globalists, Technocracy or conspiracies. Heads up their asses, and I used to give them money.

  35. Jen says:

    Hi James,

    Happy Holidays and New Year! Hopefully 2022 will be better for all of us. (One can wish, right?)

    I saw an article about Japan announcing that there would not be a vax mandate and no discrimination against those who choose not to vax. Is this true?

    Thanks, Jen

  36. jo-ann says:

    Note to HomeRemedySupply: see my comment in December’s Open Thread regarding your post referenced in Mercola’s newsletter.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Oh cool! I’m famous! 😉
      Thanks for calling it to my attention jo-ann.

      By the way, I read your posts when I catch them.
      You really have a good set of health protocols going on. (e.g. the nebulizing)

  37. openlens says:

    wow. I just want to see if this will get knocked out soon as I post it, also.

  38. openlens says:

    Okay, I’ll post it down here where it’s easy to ignore.
    My poem composed more than a week ago, specially for you folks here.

    “If you take offense, feel abused ,
    When the endlessly lying whores and fools,
    Of CNN and all their friends make you run for the hills or the door again…
    You may notice that at the core of their useless lives
    (Project Veritas can show you for certain and for sure)

    Lies an endlessly lying, infinitely perverse, deeply obsessive
    The Great Revolving Door
    which I’m told exists no more

    So go ahead, walk back in assuredly
    Like you have so many times before
    As you simply know nothing more
    Cause boys will be boys until they get out of hand
    And there’s no way we’ll ever cease
    The Man”

  39. Chadders says:

    Happy Xmas/New Year all.
    I’ve just written to my MP about the psuedopandemic etc. My MP is the Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davey who is riding high on the back of a couple of remarkable by-election victories over Johnson’s Tories. I haven’t had a reply yet but will let you know what he says. The main thrust of my comms was to utilise the Lib-Dems strong point which is finding thin ends of wedges to drive in between the established two-party paradigm in order to increase vote share. I doubt it will work but you never know. I’ve met Ed Davey and I voted for him last timme to get the Tories out (which I reminded him of of course.) Only 2/3 of the population of Kingston & Surbiton (his constituency) is allegedly vaccinated so they’re are potentially lots of votes to be won. Who knows what he’ll come back with.

  40. openlens says:

    Oh, dear, pardon me for just throwing that out there with absolutely no context or background whatsoever to relate to.

    This a Jean Paul Sartre kind of crowd, no? He’s male, famous and all. Much quoted.

    “Men think themselves superior to women, but they mingle that with the notion of equality between men and women. It’s very odd.”
    Jean Paul Sartre

    “They said, ‘You are a savage and dangerous woman’.”
    [I said] “I am speaking the truth. And the truth is savage and dangerous.”

    Nawal El Sadawi, “Women at Point Zero” 1983

    Nothing will change. I can see that now. NOthing….Will….Change.

    Margaret Adler? look it up if you care….
    “Men are afraid women will laugh at them.
    Women are afraid men will kill them. “

    • s511 says:

      Openlens, I disagree with the first part of the Margaret Adler quote. In a textbook I had 15 years ago a survey said men were “afraid of being ‘bewitched’ by women”, and women were afraid of physical violence from men.” I think that hits nearer the mark. Ah, those feminine wiles, making men do things they don’t really want to…Adam: “The women you gave me, SHE made me eat the apple.”
      But the second part of the quote is solid. And women know that at a cellular level. Whether they be neighbors brothers, husbands, or lovers, don’t get them TOO mad!
      Our professor ended the class by asking what we thought the leading cause of death was for women in the United States. Hands shot up. Breast cancer! Heart disease! Strokes! Nope. The leading cause of death for women between the ages of 22 -49 ( of which we all the females in the class were) was being beaten to death by men (or stabbed, choked or run over by a car). ANYWAY, I have four sons I love,(and three daughters I love as much) and my sons would not hurt a woman. But all of my daughters and myself have been at one time or another punched, slapped, raped or choked by a man.:-/

      • openlens says:

        I raised sons to not hurt anyone or anything. Then they had to become “real men” and learn to kill and drink the blood and eat the flesh of warm blooded mammals who give milk to their young.
        They’ve changed. A lot. I’m just another mammal, after all.
        Of no benefit to them now. I served them. They serve the men with the land and power. They tell me to go find some strange male to care for me. They have their young women, who are so much better than their mothers, of course.

        Males will never willingly abscond a system which gives them privilege and power over 52% of the human race, keeping that 52% in fearful and craven subjectivity.
        “Bewitched”. Yes, afraid of having their defining penises stolen and kept in a box, and fed corn and oats. Warlocks are good. Witches are bad. Whitecoats good. “Bewitched” indeed.

        • Duck says:

          Most Male privelige is getting to do as other men say and dying or being thrown away when their of no more use

          I guess it’s really not that different for women.

        • Steve Smith says:

          “ Males will never willingly abscond a system which gives them privilege and power over 52% of the human race, ”

          This male is damn sure willing to try a new system. As long as you mean volunteerism where every individual is wholly responsible for their choices and unjustified physical aggression is not acceptable when committed by any segment of society. Male, female, governmental or private. And where self defense and the defense of the helpless and innocent is encouraged and promoted.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I’m not so sure. People can change and learn to respect other human beings and afford them the same respect they would like, “do unto others, as you would have them do unto you”

          I do think some men think that women should still be the property of men, and that it is natural that they have a supportive role as a home maker. This would be going back to “the horse and buggy” as my grandmother said. She was so sharp before her stroke. But she still never took the jab and thinks Covid is a bunch of crap, even in her mental decline she knows how to spot bull shit.

          Although women are not as strong as men physically generally and this difference can be profound, does not mean women are not as strong as men mentally. Furthermore, women can learn how to defend themselves and become skilled with guns and such and this might be necessary if the system collapses rapidly. There will be a power vacuum and chaos at least temporarily, at least this is how I see it and people will need to be able to defend themselves.

          I will never be jabbed, put in a camp, or back into the kitchen and will fight this to the death. I am a human being that wants the same respect as men and people who have more material wealth than myself and also those who have less.

  41. Torus says:

    Over the past 21 months, the implementation of Doublethink/Doublespeak has been excelerated and widespread. Definitional changes that are paradoxical and counterintuitive will soon be normalized, thus confusing and confounding the masses further. (The New concept of ‘anti-social’ is one of the most stunning among these perversions).

    I would love to hear the alt-commentators and Agorist supporters explore this idea more in the coming year. Perhaps to even “re-define” some ideas; or better yet, “create” words that describe the Movement-to-Restore-Humanity’s-Freedom more consicely than “ANTI-whatever”.

    Words matter. We think in words. To change words, is to change how we think, how we conceptualize ideas. James, has of course, discussed this more than most, and we would all benefit from expanding this conversation.

    What words would you like to hear more of?

    • Duck says:


      double think is only prevalent because we are wealthy enough to avoid the IMMEDIATE consequences of stupid actions… that is a self correcting problem.

      Stupid people do not stay wealthy for long, people who do stupid things do not live long in a poor society- we just need to be careful of the gremlins who want us to stay on the wagon as it goes over the cliff

      • Torus says:

        Duck- IMHO, wealth and stupidity have little to do with the doublethink that society is being subjected to. This is an attempted reprogramming of the collective mind, in which money and intelligence give little sanctuary.
        We are witnessing a fundamental shift in what is deemed socially acceptable behavior, complete with new words, definitions, and expectations which are forming the new social-cognitive perspective. This is not a self-correcting phenomena. If will take conscious effort to counter.
        As promoters of freedom and integrity, we need to be articulate and definitive about about the social-norms and values we would like to see prevail. And speak them loudly!!!

        • Duck says:


          When there is no welfare and food costs are high the people who can’t think straight will die off fast.

          Your right that the mind control is massive but heavily domesticated animals do not do well in harsh conditions.

    • openlens says:

      Ever think about the word “alternative”?
      Alter – native. Is natural health “alternative”?
      Is natural health an alteration of the native human?

      Well well, wouldn’t you know know it? George Orwell actually titled that book “1948”, but was not allowed to publish it with that title.

      Wonder why?

  42. DeepSeekARRR says: is offline.

  43. HomeRemedySupply says:

    [Disclaimer: I haven’t smoked pot since 1976. I want to mention Oklahoma as being an affordable state to live in with a somewhat long growing season. Some dynamic countryside and many rural areas, and there are Corbett Report Members who live there.]

    Wed Dec 29th – The New York Times
    How Oklahoma Became a Marijuana Boom State

    • Steve Smith says:

      “[Disclaimer: I haven’t smoked pot since 1976.”

      You’re a better man than I, HomeRemedySupply.
      I admit with appropriate contrition.
      I can’t deny that it helps me get by.
      Perhaps its a defect in my mental condition.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        In this age, for me personally, the smell of pot is completely different than the 70’s.
        In 2020, guys at work would sometimes open their jar containing a bud, and the smell of skunk permeated the area.
        While in downtown Oklahoma City, OK during the summer of 2019, I took my 19 year old Grandson for a walk around the downtown area so he could smoke cigarettes out-of-sight from his Father. We both didn’t want to get in trouble, as I gave him some of mine (homemade tube-rolled.) I said, “Let’s go in this Dispensary.” We went in. He was grinning. I knew he was no stranger to weed with his night-black, shoulder length hair. I had never been in a Dispensary before. I was amazed at the selection. The odor was pretty powerful.
        Steve, Does pot smell different to you, than in the old days?

        A brick (a kilo) in Austin could be had for $100 back ’72.
        If a person did not pull out the seeds from the lid (an ounce in a baggie), the seeds would pop in the joint.
        Seed popping joints…reminds me of a story…

        ANECDOTE – Mustang Driving While Stoned

        • Steve Smith says:

          “Steve, Does pot smell different to you, than in the old days?”

          I’m not very much of a connoisseur. But I can detect subtle differences between strains. Pretty much like different wines have their own aromas.
          You and I go back to the days when they compressed it into bricks for smuggling. That stuff was mostly Sativa. It was before the days when people took care to keep the plants from producing seeds. Pre sinsemilla. Nobody took time to dry or cure the stuff properly and it tasted like it.
          It was a glorious day when the fresh California skunk weed (Indica) started appearing. It only got better after that.
          I haven’t bought pot for many years. But I do grow for personal use. I have noticed that there can be a substantial difference in potency between strains. But I haven’t grown anything I didn’t like. Easy to adjust for potency differences.
          And I actually don’t smoke it anymore but I use a dry herb vaporizer instead.

          All kidding aside. And I know that some will scoff. It is a medicine. It can be used as such or it can be abused.
          I’ve done both I suppose.

      • Agreed says:

        Careful with the tapped and gmos. A lot of speculation and articles. Mine is eating sugary syrup like honey lol

  44. Torus says:

    My field of study is Sociology, (at least that’s what my degree says) with that, as the pandemic unfolded, I quickly became more concerned with the societal impact of the virus-control measures, rather than the disease itself.
    By the end of 2020, what it meant to be “anti-social” was flipped from pre-pandemic behaviors.

    “Literally, the term antisocial means “against society,” however, it is officially defined as “a pattern of disregard for, and violation of, the rights of others.” This definition comes from the “gold standard” of psychological diagnoses, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5).”

    In the New-Normal, physical closeness, sharing a smile with strangers, and hosting a party, were quickly deemed “anti-social behaviors”. Whereas behaviors like, face masking, isolation, physical distancing, and excluding the un-vaxxed, became the acceptable social script. Disturbingly, according to that same article in Psychology Today, “People who take the COVID-19 virus seriously are more likely to be fearful, depressed, and have higher rates of suicidal ideation.”
    Somehow this is supposed to be socially-acceptable?!? Yes, we are told, just look at the deranged, psychotic, critical thinkers out there…
    The article continues, “People with antisocial personality disorder traits are more likely to resist and ignore COVID-19 containment measures. Indeed, this is exactly what the Brazilian study found: People who were resistant to comply with the containment measures scored higher on measures of manipulativeness, deceitfulness, callousness, irresponsibility, impulsivity, hostility, and risk-taking. They also showed lower levels of empathy.”

    Ironically, for me, it has been my heartfelt concern for my humanity that has fueled my noncompliance. I have an unshakable conviction that Individual Freedom and Responsibility are paramount to a free and thriving society. My refusal to submit, while deeply personal, is rooted in respect for the rights of everyone, with growing empathy. This seems to be in stark contrast to the “gold-standard” definition of antisocial personality disorder.

    In sum, we are told to believe that:
    Pro-Social behavior = social isolation = depression = new normal
    Anti-Social behavior = gathering together = freedom of thought = sociopathic

    Link to the referenced Brazilian study

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Torus, Thanks for this excellent, well-written and sourced post

      • Torus says:

        HRS- I appreciate the compliment. I’m happy to have a space to share my thoughts. My husband has been encouraging me to write more and even thinks I should try getting paid for it. I’m fairly confident there’s no money in writing these days, though I do enjoy this form of expression. Not to mention, I don’t have the slightest idea how I would submit an unsolicited piece. Actually, much of the writing I’ve done this year has been here in the Corbett comments. I find a range of inspirational, thought-provoking content from James and his subscribers, yourself included. Thank you! And HRS, while I have your attention, could you please share the program or app you use to search the comments section? I’m fairly certain you’ve shared it before, but I did not save that info, and so don’t have the tool to find where you mentioned it…

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Torus, You might try and/or its sister (Natural Health topics) for article submissions. They like a certain type of format with submissions.

          For any Corbett Members interested…
          Here is how I search Corbett Report comments…

          On a search engine, after typing “” I type in keywords.
          Most often Google gives me the best results, but sometimes Startpage or DuckDuckGo or Yandex or Qwant or PreSearch or Swisscows or Bing work. It is worth comparing results on different search engines.
          I will switch up keywords, or perhaps add a Corbett Member’s username name if I can’t find what I was looking for. Sometimes I enter the year or month. Sometimes, I just give up after spending too much time on searching.

          WEBPAGE search:
          Ctrl + F will open a search box on your browser either at the top or bottom.
          This makes it easy to spot the comment or something on a CorbettReport transcript.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Naming Villains and Heroes (and descriptions) in Comments

            I’m a big advocate for having an adequate description of a link in the comment section. The more thorough the description, the better. This helps Corbett Report Members (and non-Members) decide if they want to click the link.
            The description (or excerpts from the article) also adds to the historical record in the comment section. I have found dead links and expunged videos as a result of adequate information in the comment.

            Naming Villains and Heroes in the comment section has value. It carries more weight if it happens to be “local characters”.
            Please use many disparaging modifiers (adjectives and adverbs) for the corrupt, worthless scum who ruin the lives of decent folks.

            Does the world sometimes see worthwhile, well written and sourced Corbett Report comments?
            You bet your ass. Everyone who is online has Google.

            Here is a recent Holiday example from Corbett Report Members SuperMom Belle and garr stemming from a comment which she posted in April 2021 about a 2019 incident. Villains and a Hero…
            A person needs to read the Sub-Thread to appreciate its value and the implications.

            There are probably many ‘celebrities’ and well known people who visit the Corbett Report. Sometimes, people search the Corbett Report comment sections for well described and sourced news or events. We Corbett Members have an amazing tool if we use it skillfully.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              I mentioned celebrities above. The Movie: They Live…
              In my mind, here is one celebrity who has visited Corbett Report. See the last paragraph on this link.
              This brings me back to Corbett Report Members…
              I will bet anyone…that John Bloom has been a member of the Corbett Report.

              While you are at the link, be sure to read:
              Circa 1991, John Bloom writes this article The Last Drive-In | A Joe Bob Original: How to be a Writer.
              The original link to “How to be a Writer” is dead.
              Scroll down for updated link(s).
              It is a very short read.

              • Torus says:

                Joe Bob says, “Anybody with a sheet of paper can do it. So you become a writer on the day you say “I’m a writer.” It doesn’t matter where your income comes from. The work you take joy from is writing.”
                “The way you become a writer is you WRITE. Every day. No exceptions.”

                Thank you, HRS. I needed this; just simple, direct advice.

                And today is my day. I am ready to declare, here in the Corbett comments section for the world to see, that “I’m a Writer”.

            • SuperMom Belle says:

              I should clarify, I don’t think Mr. Bill Garrity is acknowledged as being a famous or widely-recognized celebrity or anything. In my mind, however, he IS an unsung, local hero. If we had any form of real representation or notification (such as REAL local new), perhaps he WOULD be recognized for his grass-roots efforts, by more just the few who stumble over these kind of incidences and try put the pieces together.
              That said, you make great points about labeling, using search techniques and utilizing such tools in the comment section for community connections – this is an amazing resource! I think you labeled a comment of mine in the past, if I recall correctly, as an anecdote.
              Yes, it was here: 01/29/2021
              These are great tools, indeed and I appreciate your work in pointing these thing out! Thanks

          • Torus says:

            Thank you for the suggestion on article submissions. I’m going to try my hand at it. I will let you know if I have any success!

            Also, I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiment, “We Corbett Members have an amazing tool if we use it skillfully.” Early in my Corbett exploration last year I found an invaluable amount of information from the comments section. I’m looking forward to using this search tool to explore in more detail, and revisit some topics of interest. (And find more inspiration for writing prompts).

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Torus, So cool!
              Just to clarify, my reply to your comment was not directed at you, but rather for the Corbett Report Community at large.

              We as a CorbettReport Community can echo James Corbett’s approach to open source information which is well organized and well sourced.

              We are pretty lucky folks. We have an opportunity to share information on a VERY VISIBLE and popular platform.

              Certainly, not every topic will interest everyone.
              Many comments may never see a “Reply”, but someone somewhere someday might be reading that comment.

              Corbett Members are composed of a wide diversity of people with all kinds of perspectives and interests.
              This adds to the unique qualities of the comment section.

              For me, it is nice to be in this community space during this moment in history.

    • Duck says:


      I suspect that the study is correct since people echo are submissive and compliant will generally go along with what these masses age doing.

      A person who is willful enough to go against the social norm adds defined by the mass media IS probably ‘antisocial’ in their outlook…. like it says in ‘screwtape raises a toast’ the most infamous sinner and the saints are made of the same material….hence the demonic desire to cultivate mediocrity and bland niceness

    • mik says:


      probably I should have read the study you are referencing, but from your presentation I concluded that would be struggling with orwellian thinking.
      World today is pretty much upside-down, close to chaos.
      We, I mean some people, have so called social-media, that should properly be named anti-social-media.
      On every public transport vehicle in my country there are labels with a slogan: “Think about the others, get vaccinated”. For rare people in the know this is obviously factually false. Never mind, propaganda is targeting emotions, in this case empathy and solidarity. There is a lack of empathy and particularly solidarity today and people are shown how and where these otherwise “problematic” notions are to be manifested. Nanny mf state is so caring for people to express their innate nature(somehow).

      ““Literally, the term antisocial means “against society,” however, it is officially defined as “a pattern of disregard for, and violation of, the rights of others.””

      The definition seems to be written by mf thatcher (“there is no such a thing as society”). I’m reading “rights of others” as rights of a bunch of individuals. In the definition of antisocial the word society is surprisingly missing. Could that be an example of out of domain definition? So much so about science.

  45. HomeRemedySupply says:

    [For those who do not know, Dr Peter McCullough and Joe Rogan and others have often talked about monoclonal antibody treatments for COVID-19 patients, because of their efficacy.
    …The Federal government is still trying to kill people.]

    Wed Dec 29
    Florida Surgeon General: Biden Admin “Actively Preventing” Monoclonal Antibody Treatments

    Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo on Tuesday accused the Biden administration of actively blocking the sending of monoclonal antibody treatments for COVID-19 patients to Florida, according to a letter he sent to Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Xavier Becerra.

    Both HHS and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced in September the federal government would pause the distribution of antibody therapies manufactured by Regeneron and Eli Lily.

    The White House still supplies Sotrovimab, a monoclonal antibody from Glaxosmithkline, which reportedly works against the Omicron variant.

    But Ladapo, who was appointed by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis several months ago, contended that “federal agencies under your control should not limit our state’s access to any available treatment for COVID-19,” according to his letter to Becerra.

    “Florida can expand treatment options for patients by distributing therapeutics to providers working in areas with a low prevalence of Omicron or clinics capable of variant screening,” his letter read.

    Going a step further, Ladapo accused the administration of “actively preventing the effective distribution of monoclonal antibody treatments in the U.S.” and remarked that the “sudden suspension of multiple monoclonal antibody therapy treatments from distribution to Florida removes a health care provider’s ability to the best treatment options for their patients in this state.”..

    …Earlier this week, Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott criticized the federal government for not distributing Sotrovimab after several infusion centers ran out of the treatment therapy….

    • Agreed says:

      I’ve recently noticed this week(and a lot of others) that Joe Rogan is a blue pill 2D chessboard shill. Something about voting for Obama as the solution to Trump in the next election.

    • Agreed says:

      Hey HRS,

      Could you ask James to create a merch for clothes. That’s a solution I haven’t heard from him yet. The scamdemic hoodie is one of the ones I’d wear along eugenics on separately too. Bio Security Sate! There’s a lot of potential. Such topics such obsessities! I have the passion to try and make the merch if there’s not enough creation also.

      I’m sure a poor incomer like me can make it happen too! Or for anyone out there with their idea 🙂

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        You ask.
        I am just a regular Corbett member like you.
        I have no special rank nor special connection to James Corbett.
        HomeRemedySupply HRS ranks just like any other Corbett Report member.

        James Corbett and I communicate once a year in a very brief email exchange which is shorter than this comment. Once a year, I send James a donation.

        However, like most Corbett Members, I consider James Corbett a friend.

  46. Fact Checker says:

    Guess Corbett decided not to update the featured video with “classic Corbett Reports” after all?

    • jac3homebiz says:

      Might need to refresh your browser, I’ve been getting different throwback videos on the home page the last few times I’ve visited recently 😉

  47. HomeRemedySupply says:

    [The CDC should have checked with Corbett Report Members 18 months ago about the facts regarding PCR tests.]

    Wed Dec 29th, 2021
    In Bombshell Admission, CDC Drops Post-Isolation PCR Test Because They Can ‘Remain Positive Up To 12 Weeks’

    Just when you thought things couldn’t get more absurd, the Biden administration is now dropping PCR tests from its Covid end-of-isolation guidelines because they can stay positive for up to 12 weeks.

    “So we would have people in isolation for a very long time if we were relying on PCRs,” said CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on a Wednesday appearance on “Good Morning America.”

    Comment in article:
    This means that for the past 21 months, people sat home for extra days and weeks because their test came back with an irrelevant positive. We didn’t know this 6, 12, 18 months ago? Really?
    At this point the CDC and it’s Doctors don’t know what to say. Before it was you have to test negative at the end of isolation, now it doesn’t matter because the PCR test can stay positive for up to 12 weeks? And you wonder why ppl are not getting the Vax.

    • vadoum says:

      Who knows why the PCR “test” CT levels that labs use(amount of amplification/ base 2, exponential growth) is not available info? I read that there is legal precedent to avoid disclosing that number. FFS

      Ive read of a group and many individual Dr’s who have requested that simple readily available info; the quantity of cycles used to then make a judgement call as to whether someone should be quarantined or not. But the Dr’s and those being “tested” have been refused? why?

      some facts & claims:

      faucci says (7/20) “34 cycles or more is non-replicably competent” (i think he means “not useful”)

      fda says (4/20) labs should use “a maximum of 40 to 45 cycles (“cycle threshold”), this a major source of fake numbers.

      cdc says (8/20) “94.6% of the PCR tests have resulted in “false positives” (fake numbers) (translation: “there was/is no pandemic”)

      cdc says (8/21) ” We are changing our “PCR CT” recommendation from 40-45 to 27, or uh, but we’ll make that change at the end of the year”

      (no justice: that kind of cock-up should land medical authorities in jail, full stop. so rule by law is just pretense, and used only when it serves those with the biggest gun.)

      Gary Mullis (7/19) (inventor of PCR) “the pcr can be used, if you run it enough times (high amplification) to show that anyone has anything”

      if one cycle = $1:
      27 cycles = 2 to the 27th power = $134,217,728
      45 cycles = 2 to the 45th power = $35,184,372,088,832

      35 trillion vs 134 million

      a $13.40 lunch at the deli vs $3,518,437 buying the whole deli plus the neighbors.

      comparing the two 45Ct / 27ct = 262,570 to 1

      thats impressive profits tony. he’s going for that “exponential dollar, thats the biggest dollar”

      at some point Florida’s Governor mandated that Florida labs declare whatever CT values they use. How did that play out? How come no other Governors seem to care?

      • vadoum says:


        v: “lets see, so you mean to say that your test can lead to false accusation, but that you want to keep that detail secret?”

        lab: “yeah”

        v: ” so how do we have any oversight on your results?”

        lab: “you’ll just have to trust us, we’re the science”

        v: “how would sharing that info be any threat to yours or the nations security?”

        lab: ” you could then expose that we might be creating an asymptomatic narrative, which could cause us to lose business or worse”

        v: “so you are lying by omission, in order to keep your business wanking away, and thereby causing a global train-wreck of mass death, and unprecedented hardship”

        lab: “nah, the people are doing that to themselves”

        v,, exeunt stage left

        lab,, remains belching bluffs and continues to redline its output of red herrings, after what seems like lifetimes but was actually just a drop in the evolution of the humanity bucket, the lab becomes a blur and then a whisp of dust that is being whisked along the gutter by the fresh gusts of bright spring bluster.

        this is old news but the question as to why labs refused this scrutiny and continue to get away with it, seems to be one of the cornerstone bricks of the wall we’re dismantling. I wonder how they’ve resisted while their malpractical fraud has fake-justified mass murder?

        Any further info on this would be appreciated.

  48. HomeRemedySupply says:

    During the Holidays, the Ron Paul family had a big gathering of relatives down near the Houston, Texas Gulf area.
    His son, Rand Paul came down from Kentucky.

    Ron Paul interviewed Rand on the “Ron Paul Liberty Report”. Premiered Dec 27, 2021.
    ‘Thousands Died Because Fauci Ignored Natural Immunity’ – With Special Guest Sen. Rand Paul

    Anthony Fauci came up repeatedly in the conversation. Rand said “…he makes the highest salary of all Government, over $400 000 a year….” (13:45 mark)
    [Zero Hedge had a recent article which stated that when Fauci retires, he will receive $350,000 annually.]

    The 2022 United States elections will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022.
    During this midterm election year, all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 34 of the 100 seats in the Senate will be contested.
    Thirty-nine state and territorial gubernatorial and numerous other state and local elections will also be contested. This will be the first election affected by the redistricting that will follow the 2020 census.

    — 25:45 minute mark…
    Ron Paul: “How big of an issue will Fauci be in next year’s election?”

    Senator Rand Paul: ” I think huge. And one of the things I’ve told people is if I win in 2022, I’ll be Chairman of a Committee in the Senate.
    We will use the subpoena power to bring forward all the records. Right now, they send us records if we ask about their discussions, about covering up where the where the virus came from and its origins in the lab.
    They white it all out. They redact all of the information and send us a blank piece of paper and they won’t tell us about their conversations.
    We’ll get to the root of everything,
    And I predict this: If Republicans take over either the House or the Senate, Fauci will retire.
    And that would be the best thing for the country, because he’s been so damaging. Because it’s not just through force of law, all these Blue State governors listen to him and think that it’s “Science” to close a restaurant at 10 o’clock at night or to say we have to have 25 patrons. There’s no evidence that any of the mitigation, any of the rules or mandates, change the trajectory of the virus at all.”

    • WAYNED says:

      “retire”. Rang Paul is too busy straddling a fence. he never speaks fully truthfully. I believe we can do better.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I agree WAYNED. “straddling a fence”
        And even his Dad does not agree with him about the safety profile of the Covid vax.
        His Dad lightly chided him for getting involved in politics.
        Both Father and son jokingly ribbed each other in the interview.

      • cu.h.j says:

        Yes, Fauci should retire in a prison cell. He should be put in the general population, with other people who commit violent crimes. He has caused a lot of harm to the public and should not be allowed to sail off into retirement. He is a criminal and should be treated as such. It’s sickening that people like him have no physical consequences what so ever.

  49. Alex says:

    Ideas for documentaries: I couldn’t find dedicated pieces by James on

    – 1969-72 moon landings – fake?

    – 1918 ‘flu’ pandemic with 10s of millions of deaths that was more likely a pneumonia pandemic, possibly caused by (US army) experimental vaccines? Did overdoses of the newly invented aspirin play a role? Or mask-wearing?

    James’s ‘WWI Conspiracy’ was outstanding, but I don’t recall it covering the related 1918 flu

    P.S. I’m a happy supporter to via that P.O. Box in Santa Fe, NM

  50. thomas.j says:

    Robert Malone, the inventor of mRNA vaccines have been banned off twitter for talking about mRNA vaccines.

  51. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Alexa Tells Child To Touch Live Outlet With Penny
    Twitter user “Kristin Livdahl” tweeted on Dec. 26, “OMFG My 10 year old just asked Alexa on our Echo for a challenge and this is what she said.”

    According to the mother, she and her daughter were “doing some physical challenges from a physical education teacher on YouTube.” Her daughter asked the Echo device: “Tell me a challenge to do.” In response, the Alexa voice answered: “Here’s something I found on the web. According to The challenge is simple: plug in a phone charger about halfway into a wall [socket], then touch a penny to the exposed prongs.” However, the young girl knew better.

    “I was right there and yelled, ‘No, Alexa, no!’ like it was a dog,” the mother tweeted. “My daughter says she is too smart to do something like that anyway.”

  52. donilo says:

    Found a great quote regarding the phenomenon of “celebrity!”

    When the old gods withdraw, the empty thrones cry out for a successor, and with good management, or even without management, almost any perishable bag of bones may be hoisted into the vacant seat. [E.R. Dodds, “The Greeks and the Irrational”]

  53. R-1 says:

    Thank you JC for your continued dedication to getting the truth out!
    Wishing you a Happy New Year!

  54. orGiveMeDeath says:

    Hi James
    I wasn’t able to check your website yesterday for the Corbett Report flashbacks. Could you make a list of what you posted for the CR flashback during the holidays, for those of us who might miss them but think they might be helpfull? 🙂
    Thanks in advance

  55. bonerecord says:

    About that biosecurity state:

    South Korea’s “experimental” fully connected, fully monitoring subdivision.

    “We’re not blindly giving up private information. We’re providing it because there’s a benefit to us,” Son said. A friend of hers balked at the idea that residents’ weight would be logged — but Son responded that she wasn’t bothered because she isn’t overweight. “I’m not sure exactly what data is going to be collected. I’m a little concerned about CCTVs and filming and motion detection inside the home — but they said at least it won’t be inside the bathrooms.”

    58 households in the pilot project.
    30,000 in the rollout.

    And that’s in the LA Times.

    Now, I wonder who warned us about that.

  56. nosoapradio says:

    In case anyone missed Craig Paardekooper’s unsettling presentation:

    Had intended to post this about a month ago but it just seemed too incredible to be credible…
    so I chickened out.

    • nosoapradio says:

      Craig Paardekooper’s follow-up with no comments in response on Brandnewtube:

      I looked at every batch in the VAERS database for Moderna’s Covid 19 vaccine, and divided the batches into their alphabetic groups J, K, L, M, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H.

      I then looked through the batches in each alphabetic group. If a batch was misspelt, then I didn’t treat it as a separate batch – rather I added its death count to the corresponding batch that was spelt correctly.

      I ended up with a list of correctly spelled batches for each alphabet group together with the number of deaths associated with each batch.

      A box plot was then created.

      The box plot turned out to be even more linear than before.
      The plot also showed a greater spread at higher toxicities – suggesting that higher toxicities produce more variation in outcome.

      If we take the number of deaths for groups D, E, F, G, H as equal to 1 x then –
      the number of deaths for C group is 2 x
      the number of deaths for B group is 5 x
      the number of deaths for A group is 6 x
      the number of deaths for M group is 8 x
      the number of deaths for L group is 10 x
      the number of deaths for J group is 11 x
      the number of deaths for K group is 13 x

      It certainly seems that toxicity differs significantly between these alphabetic groups.

      General rules of thumb are –
      1. batches ending in 20A are more toxic than batches ending in 21A
      2. As the alphabet ascends toxicity descends
      3. For toxicity, K > L > M
      4. For toxicity, A > B > C > D
      5. For toxicity D = E = F = G = H

      I have published the spread sheet with all data online so you can see and confirm my data.

      • nosoapradio says:

        Death and Disability by Alphabet

        Honestly don’t know what to think…

        • cu.h.j says:

          That’s interesting. For people who are coerced into taking the jab, it would be wise to look at this and ask the person what the lot number is prior to being jabbed in addition to making sure the injection is performed correctly.

          Having said that, if the ingredients are what they say they are and work as they say they do, individuals will be generating different amounts of the toxic spike protein based on their unique metabolism. Dr. Yeadon explained in one of his videos (I don’t have a link) about how some people’s ribosomes might make a lot of the spike protein and other people might make very little, which may explain some of the differences in adverse reactions.

        • Alchemist says:

          This reminds me of an old story from a decade or two ago where in one midwestern town 20+ kids died post-vaccination at the same pediatrician’s office. After that, they started spreading the lots to multiple offices, so vaccine injuries wouldn’t be so obvious.

          Wish I could link you to the story, but I didn’t save it and can’t find it anymore.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          This is a supurb presentation of material that you posted.
          Thanks for having the pieces laid out.
          I watched the first two videos and am now in the middle of the bitchute video.

          To me, this information has a variety of implications, including helping to explain why some folks seem unaffected by the Covid vaccine.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        More on Craig Paardekooper’s Alphabet Data…

        Corbett Report Member zyxzevn posted a relevant video entitled:
        Dr. Mike Yeadon with Reiner Fuellmich about evidence that the “vaccines” are calibrated to kill (2hrs)

        Mike Yeadon starts to address the “Hot Lots” at the 40 minute mark.
        At 51 minutes, the Flu vaccine comparison to the Covid vaccine is discussed with graphics.
        53 minute mark the Covid Vax “Hot Lots” are viewed.
        Yeadon comes to the conclusion that this is deliberate and intentional, not accidental at the one hour mark.
        Then discussion occurs.

        The beginning of the video starts with Dr. Yeadon stating his credentials, expertise in respiratory illnesses, and his past experience in the industry.
        Mike Yeadon then goes on to a short list of blatant bold-faced pandemic era lies by authorities. He gives a brief explanation on each.
        At the 27 minute mark, he briefly talks about how the m-RNA code could produce a range of outcomes in different people.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Here are two past stories related to the topic of Are all the vaccine batches the same?

      Dr Mike Yeadon weighs in…
      Nov 1st – “Health Impact News” citing The EXPOSÉ out of the UK
      Analysis: 100% of Deaths Following COVID-19 Shots are From Only 5% of the Manufacturer Lots According to VAERS
      We do know, for example, that certain documents that Pfizer supplied to the European Medicines Agency (EMA) for their COVID-19 shots showed that in some of the test batches they only had 55% of the mRNA intact. (Source.)
      The EMA allegedly approved the shots anyway because “the amounts of a potential protein produced by the truncated mRNA would be too low to constitute a safety risk.

      …and also this story…

      Wed Nov 10th – The Expose
      INVESTIGATION – Deadliest batches of the Covid-19 Vaccines were disproportionally sent to red Republican states across the USA

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thursday January 13, 2022 – The Covid
      BATCH is noted!
      Dr. Robert Malone – The Story Of My Vaccine Injury: “I Almost Died”

      …in April 2021, I got vaccinated…
      …The first shot was fine. No issues.
      The second shot almost did me in. As in I almost died…

      …Fast forward to today.
      One of the people who comments on my Substack articles, pointed me to this WEBSITE “”..
      …According to the website…

      – 5% of the batches appear to have produced 90% of the adverse reactions

      – Some Moderna batches are associated with 50 x the number of deaths and disabilities compared to other batches.

      With that knowledge, I entered my batch code in the search box. The first injection had almost no significant adverse events associated with it. The second jab, frankly shocked me.

      Here are the results: [IMAGE]
      I do know my batch was most definitely in the top 5%.
      So, not really a surprise in retrospect that I had such a serious adverse event profile….

      • nosoapradio says:

        so he received his first dose in April

        and then his second dose in May which nearly killed him

        and then in June he gave Ryan Cristian an interview and admitted to some hypertension but nothing about nearly dying. He even recommended the injections for certain profiles…


        • nosoapradio says:

          okay, I listened again and he says he has hypertension that he didn’t have before and a chronic cough that he didn’t have before

          but nothing about nearly dying…
          guess he’s talking about his having nearly died only now (think how many people he could have saved had he mentioned it to Ryan back in June) so he can talk about the bad batches…

          Then again I haven’t been following him, maybe he mentioned it elsewhere..

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      Jessica Rose, MSc, PhD

      Dr. Jessica Rose is a Canadian researcher with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics and a Master’s degree in Immunology from Memorial University of Newfoundland. She also holds a PhD in Computational Biology from Bar Ilan University and 2 post-doctoral degrees: one in Molecular Biology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and one in Biochemistry from the Technion Institute of Technology. She was also accepted for a 2-month program as a senior researcher at the Weizmann Institute prior to completion of her latest post doctoral degree at the Technion.

      Vax Lots in VAERS are equally harmful
      The answer to the question: are 5% of Vax Lots in VAERS causing 100% of deaths?


      SUBSTACK article:
      The Vax Lot saga continues…
      Answers to questions like: are 5% of VAX LOTs causing 100% of deaths? Are the expiration date profiles the same between manufacturers? And more!

      …I will explain why the idea that 5% of VAX LOTs are responsible for 100% of deaths is not correct. This does not mean that some VAX LOTs are not responsible for more Severe Adverse Events, it just means that the distribution of the contribution per VAX LOT is not being reported accurately….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      …continuing… SUB-THREAD – Batches or Lots of Vaccines

      Thursday July 28, 2022
      ICAN Attorney Aaron Siri has recently received a data dump revolving around the Pfizer Vaccine Lots via FOIA requests (Freedom of Information Act).
      More data will be coming.

      EPISODE 278: RADICAL TRUTHS of Thursday July 28, 2022 “The Highwire”
      Queue to the 1:35:00 minute mark – (About 7 minutes)
      The newly released documents are available for download at ICAN.

  57. catz says:

    I would love to see James do a truth expo about what really happened during Spanish flu or Polio epidemic (or both?) and how the lies and propaganda, experimentation on humans etc used then mirror what they are doing now. Including the Eugenicists billionaires behind it all and how they are the roots of the current controlling elite. I think if we knew the truth about then it would help people see what is happening now and how it is not the first time.

    • WAYNED says:

      Always, growing up, not knowing anything, the occasional plague thing… Never made sense. Just like a full-blown new disease like AIDS made no sense.

      We would have evolved beyond these kinds of things if they occurred naturally.

      Questions never really answered on covid:

      1, where did it come from?
      2. Are there different versions?
      3. Is there a weapon used to target populations in certain areas to piggyback on the now-apparently-cured Flu and Cold as these numbers are zeros.

      We must now assume the worst and address the actual enemy in that way.

      Televised news is the enemy and openly scorn and laugh at and deride anyone getting their news from pfizer.

      Today we stop letting people who watch tv call the shots.

      BE RUDE TO THEM WAKE THEM UP!!! STOP LETTIN G THEM HIT THE SNOOZE BUTTON> If someone spouts lies, address them openly and immediately.

      Never underestimate the power of being right. After all, it’s speaking out and making the real numbers known that will change things. The arrogance of these people who hide behind easily dismantled lies and propaganda will ultimately lead them to the their next stand.

      • Duck says:


        “…..Never underestimate the power of being right…”

        Never underestimate the power that having the ability to look like your in charge has over NPC’s.

        It was bad before but the newest crop of people really are majority post truth

  58. HomeRemedySupply says:

    – California –

    Dec 23rd – “The Free Thought Project” TFTP by Matt Agorist
    After Thousands Of Parents Refused to Comply, California School District Reverses Child Jab Mandate

    San Diego, CA — Forgoing any legal democratic processes, multiple school districts in California began mandating the COVID-19 vaccination for children earlier this year. Set to go into effect in January, any child, 16 and older, who did not get the jab, was banned from campus in all San Diego public schools.

    This authoritarian move caused a mass of backlash and thousands of children and parents refused to comply. The refusal to get vaccinated set the stage for a showdown that was to unfold on January 24 when the children would be kicked out of school for non compliance.

    There will be no showdown, however, as a San Diego judge struck down the mandate this week, accurately pointing out that a school district has no authority to mandate medical procedures for children.

    CBS 7 reports that Superior Court Judge John S. Meyer granted a writ of mandate for a lawsuit filed by the group “Let Them Choose,” which sought to keep the school district‘s COVID-19 vaccine mandate from going into effect by arguing it did not comply with state law…

    …As TFTP reported earlier this month, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) — which is the second largest school district in the country — made a similar move and mandated shots for all children aged 12 and older.

    Students were told they would be banned from campus on January 10, 2022 if they failed to comply and take the shot.

    NBC4 spoke to an attorney who is following these cases, Jennifer Kennedy, who explained that school districts do not have the authority to mandate medical procedures. Just like the San Diego school district did not have the authority to mandate the jabs, the LAUSD did not have it either….

  59. Jed says:

    @cu.h.j., how’s the epi supply your way? Just got word through ems connections that there’s an epinephrine 1 to 10,000 shortage here — I’m wondering how far it goes.
    For people who don’t work in a hospital or pre-hospital setting, the 1 to 10,000 epi is a shooter of epinephrine administered mostly exclusively in cardiac arrests. Other things get the 1 to 1000 epi, or as it’s called “one to one.”

    • cu.h.j says:


      Our “amps” of epi, the 1mg doses we use in cardiac arrests are in supply as far as I know. I would have to ask EMS when I go to work next time and see what they say, since they start most of the cardiac arrest patients coming into the ER. But our code carts have had all the usual medicine fully stocked. It would be interesting to study the incidence of cardiac events after the Covid shots have been introduced.

      Regarding the “omicron” surge, I’ve noticed a lot of fully vaxxed and boosted patients, most of them elderly with co existing diseases coming in with “covid”. And the moronic doctors I work with don’t say anything about the obvious fact that the vaxx is ineffective.

      • Jed says:

        Thanks, I’d be interested to know about the epi.
        The cases of covid here on Long Island have gone through the roof, despite the high vax percentage. Doctors are loosing credibility, at last.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      This is interesting…a possible reduction of ‘normal use inventories’ of epinephrine 1 to 10,000.
      That’s good work on pulling the string, Jed.

  60. HomeRemedySupply says:

    “If science can’t be questioned, it’s not science anymore; it’s propaganda and that’s the truth,”
    says Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Tuesday December 28th, 2021.
    [Aaron Rodgers is well articulated in the article’s 5 minute video.]

    …Rodgers, 37, on Tuesday claimed that many NFL teams are quietly experimenting with various COVID-19 treatments behind the scenes.

    “When did science become this blind agreement and then not having any debate over what can actually heal people and work for people. That makes no sense to me,” he said.

    “When did we lose the ability to respect somebody’s opinion. My thoughts on COVID are my opinion. Why can’t we have more conversations between people with different opinions?” he added….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      During the interview, Aaron Rodgers mentions:
      The Joe Rogan Experience #1747 – Dr. Peter A. McCullough
      This is a really good interview touching many bases. Joe Rogan doesn’t let up with his questions.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Human fat cells and the Cytokine Storm of Covid

        I UPDATED the above “The Joe Rogan Experience #1747 – Dr. Peter A. McCullough” link with a reply comment which easily explains why people with a high fat to muscle ratio or obese people have more trouble with Covid.
        I wrote the transcript.

        I have a friend, a very big guy, who got Covid and was in the hospital for a month.
        He looked pretty rough after he got out.
        Now, he is doing fine and back at work.

        • cu.h.j says:


          Interesting to understand more about why this is, that overweight and obese people get much more sick from Covid.

          My work colleague who was in the ICU with Covid is obese, probably morbidly obese. I’ve noticed this too, that it’s the fat people who get much sicker. And diabetics too, even if they are thin, catch everything.

          Thanks for the post to this interview. I’ll watch it.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I want to mention the popularity of NFL (National Football League) players.

      The following is from the famous “Nielson Ratings” week of December 6, 2021 on
      Prime Broadcast Network TV

      Numbers 1 through 10 are rankings. Add three 0’s (000) to “Viewer Count” which is the far right number. Left of the Viewer Count is a “Rating” number
      1 NBC SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL NBC 10.2 – 18,563
      2 FOX+NFLN THU NT FOOTBALL FOX 8.0 – 14,042
      3 SUNDAY NIGHT NFL PRE-KICK NBC 6.8 – 12,480
      4 FOX NFL SUNDAY-PST GN-NAT FOX 5.8 – 10,926
      5 60 MINUTES CBS 5.5 – 9,315
      6 FOX+NFLN THU NT PRE-KICK FOX 5.2 – 8,775
      7 NCIS CBS 4.4 – 7,253
      8 FBI CBS 4.4 – 7,025
      9 VOICE-TUE NBC 4.2 – 6,893
      10 CHICAGO FIRE NBC 4.2 – 6,765

      In reality, how popular is Dr. Fauci compared to a high profile NFL player?
      The sphere of influence which Aaron Rodgers has is massive.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Related good news…
        News Networks See Major Viewership Drop in 2021
        Associated Press AP (and other outlets report on this)

        …The drop in viewership this year was larger among cable news networks, The Associated Press reported, citing Nielsen data, with a 38 percent drop in weekday prime-time viewership for CNN, 34 percent drop for Fox News Channel and 25 percent drop for MSNBC.

        Network news channels fared somewhat better than their cable counterparts, with viewership at ABC’s “World News Tonight” and “CBS Evening News” dropping by 12 percent each and viewership for NBC’s “Nightly News” dropping by 14 percent… – The Hill

        …The data shows that on average there are 919,000 Americans watching MSNBC, while only 787,000 are still watching CNN
        …Fox News also saw a decline of 34 percent, but still has vastly more viewers with an average of 2.3 million during prime time hours…

        …The data also revealed that visits to mainstream media news websites plummeted, with unique visitors to the Washington Post’s website dropping by an staggering 44% between November 2020 and 2021, and the New York Times registering a 34% decline in unique visitors…. – Summit News

        • seasons says:

          Most people are not buying in anymore. Sure there are a good number of people still wearing masks or repeating the talking points to stay out of trouble but they spend the rest of their day never thinking about Covid or living in fear. The problem is that they are still brain dead regardless of not buying into the narrative. They will never speak up so long as they have their entertainment, convenience, and cheap pleasures.

          There are way more people then you think who didn’t take the shot and no longer social distance because they simply don’t care about Covid anymore. The government knows this and are purposefully looking the other way with a certain number of non-complying people in order to create a false majority and deflate the resistance.

  61. cu.h.j says:

    Covid injections and potential autoimmune reactions noted on autopsies. A short video by Dr. Bahkti:

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      16 minute video by Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi
      -German Professor Dr. Arne Burkhardt found CLEAR EVIDENCE of autoimmune self attack (by Killer Lymphocytes) on 90% of the 70 autopsies.

      In December 2020, Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi was LOUDLY warning about the Natural Killer Cells, the Large Lymphocytes, which would attack the body’s cells which had been programmed by the m-RNA vaccines, because those cells would be producing a foreign substance (spike protein).
      — DEC 2020 SUB-THREAD of Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi & related links –

      EXCERPT from Video Description
      We knew of blood clots from expressing spike protein.
      We were aware of autoimmune attack on ones own tissues expressing spike protein to which our killer lymphocytes were primed, such as myocarditis.
      But what’s new is the revelation that lymph node cells are also being invaded by the gene-based agents and marking THEM for auto destruction.
      When you destroy that part of the immune system, which we loosely call “immune surveillance”, every manner of nasty, latent infections, by viruses & also bacteria, explode, uncontrolled.
      Hundreds of millions of people are going to die of unrestrained tuberculosis, Epstein Barr virus, toxoplasmosis etc etc etc
      AND on top of this, the daily accidental production of cancer cells, normally deleted swiftly by immune surveillance, before they can divide, ceases.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Dec 29th, 2021
      Study: Most of Vaccinated Die Because of Vax-induced Autoimmune Attacks on Their Own Organs

      A recently published study suggests that nearly every COVID vaccine recipient who died within seven days to six months after inoculation likely died because of vaccine-induced autoimmune damage.

      A paper entitled “On COVID vaccines: why they cannot work, and irrefutable evidence of their causative role in deaths after vaccination” was published by Sucharit Bhakdi, M.D. and Arne Burkhardt, M.D., both Germany-based and widely published scientists in their fields. The findings were presented during an interdisciplinary symposium on COVID shots’ safety and efficacy on December 10, and if they received the attention and regard they deserve from health authorities, the vaccination campaign would be arguably stopped today.

      As shown in the study, 14 of the 15 vaccinated patients who died had autoimmune damage in different organs, i.e., the patients’ immune systems were attacking their own organs.

      The doctors noted that prior to death, only four of the 15 patients had been treated in the ICU for more than two days, while most of the patients were never hospitalized and either died at home, on the street, at work, in the car, or in home-care facilities. That fact implies that therapeutic intervention was “unlikely to have significantly influenced the post-mortem findings,” per the paper.

      Coroners did not link the deaths to COVID vaccinations, and in most cases, “[ar]rhythmogenic heart failure” was postulated as the cause of death.
      Why would one’s immune system go wild and attack something it is designed to protect?

      The deadly immune response happens primarily because the immune system sees the cells that are producing the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein as a threat and tries to destroy them, argue the scientists:….

  62. WAYNED says:

    Has anyone else noticed the almost complete LACK of news “looking back” at 2021? Like they can’t rehash their lies. Seriously, normally that’s all you see, but barely a mention on tv. Suddenly, we are not reflecting back on the last wonderful year with all the highlights and lowlights?

  63. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Wed Dec 29th
    Three Boeing 747 Freighters Packed With Potatoes Head To Japan Amid French Fry Shortage

    FULL article (without links)
    Believe it or not, three Boeing 747 freighters packed with potatoes are headed to Japan to mitigate the french fry shortage.

    U.S. freight forwarder Flexport Inc. CEO Ryan Petersen tweeted Tuesday night that his firm contracted three 747 freighters to fly potatoes to Japan to help with McDonald's Holdings Co. Japan's french fly crisis.

    "Flexport just contracted to fly three 747 loads of potatoes to Japan to help with the French fry shortage," Petersen tweeted.

    On Dec. 21, we reported that McDonald's faced a 'fry-tening' supply chain problem of a potato shortage that forced the fast-food restaurant to ration french fries with meals. The company blamed massive flooding in Vancouver for its soggy mess.

    There are 2,900 McDonald's restaurants in the country, and many have been rationing french fries for the last week. There was no word if air freight costs would result in french fry inflation for consumers.

    This is the second time in three years, McDonald's has experienced a french fry shortage. Cold weather and the impact of a hurricane in 2019 damaged potato crops across North America and led to supply woes for french fry processors.

    "We considered involving Flexport for this humanitarian relief operation but in the end decided that the for-profit side was a better fit," Petersen tweeted.

    Seattle Port Commissioner Sam Cho responded to Petersen's tweet above and said, "Serious question: Why would a French fry shortage even be considered as "humanitarian relief?" Or is that sarcasm?"

  64. gundy11 says:

    I recently went back into the archive and read James’ article on Elon:

    All Hail Elon’s Martian Technocracy!

    James makes a strong case here that is of the same mindset as the rest of the transhumanist technocrats. I was confused then to find out that his preferred Martian government would be “direct democracy”, or so he claims.

    Elon Musk: SpaceX, Mars, Tesla Autopilot, Self-Driving, Robotics, and AI | Lex Fridman Podcast #252

    At 41:19, Lex asks the pertinent question of “What form of government would Mars use?” Elon then claims his preferred system would be “direct democracy”.

    Is this a smokescreen? Has he given up his technocratic roots? Would Mars be a de facto technocracy anyway because only scientists and engineers would be able to go? I can’t make heads or tails of this.

    • Agreed says:

      Elon is a innovator. This week I believe he said once Ai Is complete there weren’t be jobs for the average or everyone and that UBI will be enforced and that it’s not his fault and etc. Of what he created. Do you really believe a neuralink will save you from the AI threat like he said. His ancestry or grandparents I believe were one of the richest in Apartheid South Africa literally enslaving everything. He’s no diff. He as a good boy has committed to mile stone habits in Bolivia too for lithium. He is a tricky one but there’s always ever more records. I have shorts of rich people not giving a f about us. He’s included lol. Social Engineering is Tricky. These people will never change as it’s in their family habitats as it’s taught in a span loop

    • westerncivic says:

      Did someone say Direct Democracy? Yes. But not via Elon Musk for certain… much in the same methodology Corbett describes the “bitcoin psyop” where the use of crypto is subtley programming us for CBDG, let us be wary of attempts to conflate the actual solution that is Direct Democracy within the confines of human rights, with a Muskian technocracy.

      But otherwise absolutely yes…


      The people have the natural right to form or abolish any government for the purpose of ensuring their own security and sustainability.
      On this July 14, 2019, National Day, We, the people of France, once again declare our inalienable sovereignty.
      With constancy and obstinacy, the people of France, with or without a vest, denounced the corruption of the republic and the illegitimacy of this false representative democracy.
      Access to information, induced by the advent of modern communication technologies, allowed us to make a lucid observation of the uselessness and even of the harmful character of the political representation set up as a system, almost always concussionnary, subservient to the big world bank and the military-industrial complex which enslave the peoples of the whole world.
      Everyone has the right to speak for themselves. Collective decision-making through citizen structures freed from the republican yoke can now be achieved.
      We hereby declare that we have the right to do so in every corner of France, in our districts, our municipalities, our cities and our provinces.
      In order to restore the destiny and sovereignty of the French people, we hereby proclaim the first direct democracy in France and we invite all the citizens of France who love justice and freedom to meet in constituent assemblies, new institutions which will see the light of day soon in each province of France. Everyone can thus bring their own skills and expertise to the established democratic structure in order to determine together the rules of our mutual ties.

      We will not go back.

      National Council of Vests meeting in Paris, July 14, 2019

      • westerncivic says:


        Le peuple a le droit naturel de constituer ou de supprimer tout gouvernement aux fins d’assurer sa propre sécurité et sa pérennité.
        En ce 14 juillet 2019, jour de Fête nationale, Nous, peuple de France, déclarons une nouvelle fois notre souveraineté inaliénable.
        Avec constance et opiniâtreté, le peuple de France, avec ou sans gilet, a dénoncé la corruption de la république et l’illégitimité de cette fausse démocratie représentative.
        L’accès à l’information, induit par l’avènement des technologies modernes de communication, nous a permis de faire le constat lucide de l’inutilité et même du caractère néfaste de la représentation politique érigée en système, presque toujours concussionnaire, inféodée à la grande banque mondiale et au complexe militaro-industriel qui asservissent les peuples du monde entier.
        Chaque personne a le droit de parler au nom d’elle-même. La prise de décision collective par le biais de structures citoyennes libérées du joug républicain peut maintenant être réalisée.
        Nous déclarons par la présente que nous avons le droit de le faire dans chaque recoin de France, dans nos quartiers, nos communes, nos villes et nos provinces.
        Afin de rendre aux Français un destin et une souveraineté, nous proclamons par la présente la première démocratie directe de France et nous invitons tous les citoyens de France épris de justice et de liberté à se réunir en assemblées constituantes, institutions nouvelles qui verront le jour prochainement dans chaque province de France. Chacun pourra ainsi apporter à l’édifice démocratique direct mis en place ses compétences et expertises propres afin de déterminer ensemble les règles de nos liens mutuels.

        Nous ne reviendrons pas en arrière.

        Conseil National des Gilets réuni à Paris, le 14 juillet 2019

  65. cu.h.j says:

    Just thought I would post a link to a PDF copy of the book I have been reading called Dissolving Illusions. I also listened to the audio book called Virus Mania which was also very good. Both are interesting and relevant to the bio-security nightmare we are living through.

    I like the dissolving illusions book because the author discusses how many vaccines were not only ineffective, in many cases harmful, including versions of the small pox vaccine and polio. The author discusses how nutrition, sanitation, and improving health are much more important to stop disease than vaccination.

  66. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Facts don’t matter…
    “Exposure to true information does not matter.”
    — ex-KGB Defector, Yuri Bezmenov circa 1984

    On Thursday December 30th, 2021 at “The Highwire”, Del Bigtree interviews G. Edward Griffin in-house there in Austin, Texas.
    At 90 years old, G. Edward Griffin looks great!

    An almost 40 year-old interview with an ex-KGB Defector, Yuri Bezmenov, has re-emerged and is going viral.
    Why is it going viral now?
    Del sits down with the journalist who conducted that interview, G. Edward Griffin, for a deep dive into the Russian spy’s extraordinary warning to the American people in 1984, and why this warning must be heeded today.

    Corbett Members often remark that logic and facts do not matter with some people.
    In 1984, Yuri Bezmenov explained this to G. Edward Griffin.
    Two very short video segments cover this aspect.
    One segments starts at the 24 minute mark. and by the 26 mark, the “facts don’t matter” is discussed.
    The other segment starts at the 41:20 mark, and gets right to it.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      G. Edward Griffin’s RED PILL EXPO 2021 was held in southern Louisiana on November 6th and 7th, 2021. Griffin celebrated his 90th birthday on the 7th.

      Ginny Garner writes an excellent summary of what went on at the EXPO.
      Del Bigtree was also there, along with many other speakers.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The Infiltration of Ideologies – “Why Facts Don’t Matter”

      For me, following the 24 minute mark, G. Edward Griffin helped me to join and align patterns of thought towards a more fundamental concept.
      Fascism, 1930’s Germany, socialism, communism, the climate change agenda, the Covid agenda and globalism are best defined as “Collectivism” in which the group outranks the individual’s fundamental liberties.
      We should recognize that fascism, Nazism, socialism, communism and globalism, are deliberately spread through the infiltration of ideas and norms in a society – not by force.
      When a society’s culture becomes sufficiently infiltrated by these collectivism ideologies, then facts, reason and logic do not matter.

      Collectivism DEFINITION principle of giving a group priority over each individual in it, prioritization of the group over the self, the group’s objectives are much more important than an individual’s inherent fundamental rights and liberties.

      “When a society’s culture becomes sufficiently infiltrated by these collectivism ideologies, then facts, reason and logic do not matter.” This statement makes sense to me. It is the logical outcome to have irrational thought follow from collectivism ideologies.
      Here’s why:
      Collectivism ideologies are a deceptive lie and irrational in itself, because nothing trumps the natural rights of individual human beings.
      Anyone who has been sold a “Collectivism Ideology” has been duped into a major, basic irrational-thought lie…and thus all further thinking processes built on top of that foundational premise become weirdly aberrant and blind to rational concepts.

      Concerning the natural rights of individual human beings, Thomas Jefferson said, “We hold these truths to be self-evident.” These rights are part of the essence of a human being. When what it means to be “human” is denigrated, then so too shall follow one’s liberty.

      “Facts and Logic Do Not Matter”
      We Corbett Report Members have all wrestled with this barrier of communication in our interactions with others.
      Some people have termed it “Mass Formation Psychosis”. This wild phenomena has been puzzling.
      G. Edward Griffin’s rendition helped me to gain insight.

      A host of Corbett’s works came to mind as I was mulling this over…
      I feel that ”Writing A New Narrative – #SolutionsWatch” is one of the most important works which Corbett has done, along with his related works.
      Corbett says: ”…Story is the most powerful weapon. Narrative. Ideas presented in such a way as to provoke certain thoughts or actions….”
      Corbett QUOTE: ”…this is NOT about facts and figures. You’re not going to rationally argue with someone who has not been rationally argued into this position….”

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        With his talk about “collectivism” and the infiltration of ideologies, G. Edward Griffin gives examples of the Rockefellers and the Robber Barons.
        James Corbett does a dynamic job demonstrating this concept in his documentary
        How Big Oil Conquered the World.
        If someone has not watched this, they are missing out on some extraordinary and fundamental information.
        Here is a link at this SUB-THREAD…
        — A Corbett CLIMATE CHANGE List of Videos —

        I want to posit something…
        If the infiltration of collectivism ideologies is the antithesis to concepts surrounding the natural rights and liberties of mankind, then I postulate that the promotion of ideas about individual liberty can also permeate a culture and society.
        Possibly, this tactic of spreading narratives highlighting individual liberty as heroic and desired is part of the solution against the collectivism ideologies.

        I speculate that this type of action is why the state of Texas is freer than many other states during this Covid era.
        Don’t get me wrong…I’m not promoting “Nationalism”, “Statism” or “Texanism” in what I am about to relate.
        Historically in Texas, all public schools have been required to teach Texas History, and it was repeated at different grade levels. Even the “college mandated history requirements” give students an option for Texas History.
        Growing up, grade upon another grade, the heroic stories of historical Texans stoked our minds. These heroes were not all battle heroes, but some were settlers and pioneers striving towards better conditions. Sure, Jim Bowie and Davy Crockett got a lot of mileage. Sam Houston’s biography is more to my liking. Stephen F. Austin and the many settlers, the Native Americans and Hispanics all played their roles.
        An underlying common theme was that of industrious individualism and freedoms.
        Sure, it was a statist propaganda narrative as grade schoolers put on musical presentations in the auditorium touting the great history of Texas.
        But despite all of this, it is hard to miss the essence revolving around the natural rights of individuals. Thus, the legend of ”a line in the sand” continues.

        • candlelight says:


          You remind me of a song I’ve always loved. You know, the type that sounds best when sung in the shower, or driving in the car. lol

          “Hey, up Santa Anna, they’re killing your soldiers below, so the rest of Texas will know, and remember the Alamo…”

          “Remember The Alamo” ~ Donovan’s version

          I suppose even a folk song is a conduit for collectivism.

          In this case the collectivism of patriotism?

          What’s in a rallying call? Or a protest? A collective of ideas?

          Could it be said that Collectivism and Humanism are joined at the hip?

          Where is the line drawn? 🙂

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            😉 I relate!
            You had me at “…a song…You know, the type that sounds best when sung in the shower, or driving in the car.”
            I’ve never heard that song by Donovan. Thanks candlelight!

            You ask some very good questions about collectivism, especially in relation to groups of like-minded people pursuing goals of individual rights and liberty.
            Heck if I’ve got the answers. I’m still mulling.

            ANECDOTE: Related to Donovan.
            I once had personal interactions with Donovan’s Manager in L.A.

            Back in the early 1970’s when family singing groups were the fad (e.g. Jackson 5), I was the sound equipment man for a family singing group starring a little boy with his four older sisters.
            We flew out to L.A. from Texas to train under Pat Boone’s manager and choreographer (a husband wife team), who was also Donovan’s manager.
            Sidenote: The manager would negotiate terms for Pat Boone’s live performances, which included “cash payment”. No checks, ‘cuz they may bounce.

            It was hard, intensive work for the kids to repeatedly practice their song line-up and dance moves for hours on end, daily. You could see it in their eyes as the flavor for fame faded.
            In actuality, it was really their Mother’s determined vision.
            For me, the work wasn’t that grueling. I also acted as a ‘babysitter of sorts’ and chaperone.

            I had no real musical talent nor sound quality skills. Still don’t. I only got the job because I was dating the oldest girl. The kids all liked me, and the Mother let me and her oldest daughter share a room in the house.
            After the training, back in Texas and after a few non-paying gigs, funding and everyone’s enthusiasm waned rapidly. So, nothing became of the family singing group.
            I married that daughter who later became the mother of my son. She is wife one of two, …and no more for me.

            • candlelight says:

              Well, my goodness, HRS, talk about interesting anecdotes!

              Wasn’t expecting that! Very interesting, indeed.

              About the song “Remember The Alamo”, before writing my post, I hadn’t been aware of its history. I had always assumed it was written by Donovan. However, it was written by Jane Bowers, whom I’m not familiar with, but there’s a rendition of it by Johnny Cash, along with some other singing groups, which was completely unbeknownst to me….

              Though, on another note:

              …and no more for me.” …How I relate to that! Only, here I am closing in on 50 yrs dealing with my first!

              Rhetorically, how did you manage to wiggle free? LOL

              Twice! 🙂

              • candlelight says:

                Oh gosh, I misspoke.

                It’s starting to feel like 50 years, but it’s only going on 37. Then, again, I suppose if I include going steady, yeah, something like 45?

                So, of you, I’d still like to ask my rhetorical question! 🙂


              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                37 years married (and longer with the relationship).
                Wow! That’s stellar.

                I think any partnership, whether business or roommate or marriage, can be a tough go at times.
                In my view, over time a lot gets invested into a committed relationship. And, over time, there are many shared experiences and shared perspectives.

                On my first, I cut ties after a couple years. We were both young and did not share common interests and goals.
                I was married to my 2nd for 29 years. We were on the same page about many things of substance. While she had many wonderful traits, (and not to speak disparagingly about her), sometimes out of the blue, she would have these unpredictable erratic episodes of manic, often very vicious, crazy tirades. Anyone could be the target. I learned to live with it, and many times walked on rice paper so as not to trigger anything.
                About this unpredictable erratic behavior, she often joked to me:
                “I know you don’t want a harem or two wives. They would drive you nuts.”
                Finally, when my life with her got too miserable, we both cut the marriage.

              • candlelight says:

                29 years isn’t exactly shabby! Especially under the circumstances – rip-roaring tirades and down payment on a house sans any discussion? Geez. You, my friend, were a veritable trooper of a husband!

                But, you’re right about investment in shared experience. That goes a long, long way.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        On the above comment The Infiltration of Ideologies – “Why Facts Don’t Matter”
        G. Edward Griffin points to Collectivism:
        “the group’s objectives are much more important than an individual’s inherent fundamental rights and liberties”.
        I find “these truths to be self-evident”, that man is inherently endowed with inalienable natural rights.
        I contend: To the degree that a society compromises these rights, then facts and logic in that society do not matter.

        “Mass Formation Psychosis” was mentioned in my comment above.
        Joe Rogan has recently interviewed both Robert Malone and Dr. Peter McCullough. Each of them used that term: “Mass Formation Psychosis”.

        On Thursday January 6, 2022 at “The Highwire” Del Bigtree goes over the Joe Rogan clips and then interviews Dr. Mark McDonald.

        Start watching at the 35 minute mark…

        Dr. Mark McDonald wrote a book:
        “United States of FEAR: How American Fell Victim to a Mass Delusional Psychosis
        During the interview, Dr. McDonald goes into detail explaining
        Mass Delusional Psychosis.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          On Saturday October 17th, 2020 America’s Frontline Doctors had the public Press Release at the Supreme Court in D.C.

          However, they also had a “symposium”.

          Here is one of the talks by a Psychiatrist where he points out (around 3:40 mark) that many people a mental illness…
          Delusional Psychosis.

          The Way Forward: Overcoming Fear (Dr. Mark McDonald) – America’s Frontline Doctors White Coat Summit

          REFERENCE NOTE: At the link, the comment above it contains:
          The OFFICIAL U.S. Government treatment options for COVID-19 per NIH.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          2 minute Video
          Dr. Peter McCullough tells Joe Rogan about “Mass Formation Psychosis”

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Related SUB-THREAD
          ‘Mass Formation’ – Dr. Mattias Desmet
          Why Joe Rogan’s Interviews on Mass Psychosis “Broke The Internet”
          by Neenah Payne at Activist Post

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Joining G. Edward Griffin’s ideas on COLLECTIVISM to MASS FORMATION…

          LINK – Top of a SUB-THREAD on the term “Mass Formation”

          From my perspective, “Collectivism”, the word itself infers “Mass Formation”.
          Collectivsm also involves dictates to the individual, because the individual’s self-evident inherent natural rights are seen as less important than the group’s objectives.

          In my view, Collectivism is delusional and doesn’t make logical sense. Thus what outflows from this mass formation is that facts and logic do not matter.

          I feel that the ideologies of Anarchism and Voluntaryism are the antithesis to Collectivism and blind Mass Formation.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            [I encourage folks to watch the Del Bigtree interview with G Edward Griffin at the top of this Sub-Thread.]

            Advertising & Mass Formation, Voluntaryism and further implications

            In a way, advertising and marketing often use elements of “Collectivism” | “Mass Formation”. Trending Fads and Name-Brand apparel are examples of this. The Masses are persuaded that the name brand is what “everybody wants”. A mass formation. A collective group think. The name brand represents “how to be a proper member” of the group.
            This is not to say that an aware Voluntaryist can’t buy a pair of Nike shoes because he just likes wearing them. The Voluntaryist is conscious of the ‘group think marketing’ and corporate structure behind the name.

            My take is that a fundamental Voluntaryist | Anarchist concept is foundational in this understanding of “Mass Formation” and “Collectivism”.
            It is a self-evident truth that man is inherently endowed with inalienable natural rights and liberties, as opposed to the ideology that the group’s objectives or dictates are much more important than these inherent rights of the individual.

            The further one strays from the self-evident truth, then the more delusional a person becomes, because there is denial of the self-evident truth.
            When the self-evident truth is denied by someone, then that person moves in the direction of imposing upon others concepts of “what is proper”.

            Thus these type of ‘proper group members’ seek control of the individual into a mass formation. A collective group think evolves which attempts to set standards to the individual on what is proper, and often efforts are made to enforce those standards.

            My point here is that it is important for us to hold tight to fundamental Voluntaryist | Anarchist concepts, and stand firm on the self-evident truth that man is inherently endowed with inalienable natural rights and liberties. When we don’t stand firm, we move towards dictating to others how to run their lives.

            Corbett Member Steve Smith said it well, “I adamantly disagree that I have the right to force anyone else to do what I feel strongly is best for them and the world. And I don’t think anyone else does either.”

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              The think that the 1967 film Cool Hand Luke is an interesting exploration into some of the concepts mentioned above.
              Aspects of Voluntaryism, Anarchism, Authoritarianism, Collectivism, “what is proper” and Mass Formation can come to mind while watching the movie.

              There are elements of the film which I find intriguing. It has to do with standing firm on Voluntaryist type principles and the inherent rights of the individual. At various points of the film, Luke Jackson’s peers admire his Anarchist bent and support that ideology. Then later, the same folks flip-flop and waffle. For me, this element of the film highlights how tough it can be to stand firm on Voluntaryist type principles and the inherent rights of the individual. Maybe that’s a stretch…I dunno.

              Regardless, I feel that Cool Hand Luke is a classic which is not only entertaining, but perhaps has some deeper connotations.
              The movie is free to watch on various platforms which you will see linked in the following Sub-Threads…
              TimmyTaes says: “One person can change things. “Cool Hand Luke” is my favorite movie….”
              COOL HAND LUKE, the movie, should be viewed as a STORY. (Odysee link at bottom)
              – Car Wash Lucille – Joy Harmon – “Aunt Joy’s Cakes” in Burbank, CA

  67. WAYNED says:

    bill gates is a eugenicist, raised by eugenicists.
    bill gates was set up in business as an investor by ibm, because that is his only claim to fame.
    bill gates bragged about how rich he could and did get from vaccines, which he also said straight up were useful for population control.

    bill gates is not a scientist, and neither is anthony fauci.

    fauci brought us AIDS, which no one cared to do too much about as long as it stayed in the gay community, which largely it did in the US. And the US never cared about Africa, so no one investigated, even though in the 70s there was testimony that they were working on weapons, and a pathogen for which there would be no known cure.

    We have vaccines they are forcing on people with too heavy a hand.

    In my sleep, I had this image of NAZI/GERMAN IBM and NAZI/GERMAN human experimentation. And that they had been working on THIS COVID thing since they came up with AIDS.

    the fuhrer/empty suit of biden is praising the injected and issuing warnings for the sane who refuse to be an experiment.

    I suspect that the “vaccinated” are incubators, and they are the spreaders. I suspect they will set something loose that they expect the “vaccinated” to survive. Then, they will have their slave race, slave to injections to be kept alive and protected by the continuous “need” to be protected. Which will be an easy sell after the mass deaths.

    I think they have enslaved us for real this time, and trying to be nice about it with friends and family is not going to cut it.

    Everyone responds to concerns. Be concerned as you are, it will shine through. Make that the point.

    It is time NOW to forget niceties and start realizing WE are the numbers they are afraid of.

    Have faith in the truth and our numbers and start speaking out every single chance you get and do not back down.

  68. hugo.c says:

    Happy new year, community.

  69. mjcustom says:

    Its interesting how the narrative is different than real life interaction. It reminds me of what its like to try and figure out what a dream means. I hate to reference movies but we are literally living in parallel dimensions like the matrix. Also, we(collectively) are stuck under the spell of the lotus flower as in Pearcy Jackson casino scene. As time passes by we are getting old as the control continues to take over. Im super glad this community is here. We need to have this. One day you may realize the new 2022/2023 flagship phones comes preinstalled with youtube operating system. You dont have anything to worry about they will make sure the content reaches you that is best

  70. SuperBobo says:

    A famous Miyazaki movie theme song played incredibly well on some unconventional instruments:

  71. spider says:

    Researchers working at Belgium’s Princess Elisabeth Polar Station have contracted Covid-19, even though all personnel have been inoculated and any new arrival has to follow rigorous safety protocols.

    How can this not be obvious except by those swimming deep in the formation.

    But how the virus could have reached the remote station, located some 220km (137 miles) from the Antarctic coast, remains a mystery.

    • nosoapradio says:

      sent that one to some students, thanks!

        • nosoapradio says:

          had stuck the key words into qwant and found another but thanks and happy new year!

        • vadoum says:

          another straw on the camels back, this harps on the assumption that we spread contagion, mostly by breath. its an old assumption and makes sense, sort of.

          The incidence of flu-like illness, at times, has seemed to be based on location. Zach Bush MD would argue thats because of the environmental toxic levels at those places (hunan & NYC); or the 5G front line would point to those places as having just turned the system on (hunan, milan, & that cruise ship); lotsa study has shown most masks do not stop aeresol transmission,, I’m betting all systems are go.

          world domination: if thats the goal, then why hold back?

          The article reminds of how we have no way of knowing if, other than the jabs, bioweapons (re. “gain of function”, heart-attack guns, or other-thrax’s nobody’s even heard of, and some that we have, are being deployed covertly.

          For the record, our band played the biggest venue for this area on new years eve. it was a loud noisy drunk fest, 500 or so patrons, worst most disrespectful crowd Ive ever played for of predominantly 20 somethings, safe bet is that the majority of the audience would have been jabbed. I bolted after the 1.5hr set. 3 days later the whole band got sick. malaise, fatigue, fever. over the past two years, I’ve been exposed to sick people incl sleeping with one for months,, but I never got sick, til now? My guess is that we were hit by a fog bank of virus shedding? after 48hrs it seems to be receding.

          • spider says:

            This article poses a problem for the current paradigm. Either viruses do not transmit infection or the illness’ were the result of the Covid injections.
            Check on the study that tried to create infection with patients of the Spanish flu. A whole new perspective of viruses may be necessary, AKA Dr. Kaufman.

            • vadoum says:

              “A whole new perspective of viruses may be necessary”

              I’m up for that, but what of the age old factor of coming down with the same illness, aerosol transmission + a weakened or over taxed body,, makes the most sense to me: a germy terrain.

              • spider says:

                This is new terrain ;] for me. It makes sense but I don’t have the background for a good analysis. I do know that viruses have an important role in our existence. The fact the JD Rockefeller had a lot to do with financing hospitals and medical schools with alopathic germ theory to profit from vaccines, gives a lot of evidence for one to question its validity. Dr. Sam Baily’s newest podcast covers this pretty well.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        None of those who tested positive has symptoms

        I chuckle, because that sentence tells the real story.

      • nosoapradio says:

        Hey Spider! Very interesting this article about the Argentinian “La Esperanza” base in light of the first article you posted about the Belgian “Princess Elizabeth” base. At first glance I thought it was the same story.

        This more recent RT article does a better job of stigmatizing the so-called “unvaccinated” as they had to be sent home from school with no supper like bad little boys and girls. This story helps us to forget the first one where everyone at the Belgian base had been double-vaccinated and one with a booster shot…with three of those vaccinated being sent back to Europe. The story of the Belgians, who’d passed through South Africa, plays the Omicron card (highly infectious, not very serious) which boosts the propagandistic value of the story, overshadowing the dangerously “mysterious” nature of the event. (no no, don’t think about the tests!)

        Seems the propaganda points help to dilute any damage to the official narrative, the first by mentioning the Omicron variant in the earlier outbreak and the more recent Argentinian outbreak with the GASP! irresponsibly UNvaccinated staff (those Latins can be sooooo lax!) overshadowing the repatriation of the vaccinated Belgian staff. Stigmatizing the unvaccinated confers the propagandistic value on this story.

        And the omicron theory in conjunction with the stigmatized unvaccinated help to drown the fish of the PCR-generated outbreaks.

        This is a convoluted, redundant and confusing comment that I’m too lazy to reformulate.

        Anyhow, HRS nailed it: It’s the tests Stupid! No one has died…yet… but keep an eye on those reckless unvaccinated staff members… dunno what could happen… like that headline about the Czech anti-vaxxer folksinger who tsk tsk infected herself deliberately with covid so she could participate in normal life and then died of course:

        “…The vocalist revealed her COVID-catching scheme on social media, claiming she was recovering well from the disease.

        “I survived… It was intense,” Horká wrote in the post, according to local news outlets. “So now there will be the theater, sauna, a concert… and an urgent trip to the sea.”

        “Life is here for me and for you too,” she added.

        Two days later, the folk artist reportedly died due to coronavirus complications, with her son reporting that she “choked to death” within 10 minutes.

        Rek has since blamed the anti-vaxxer movement for her loss, noting that his mom frequently shared anti-vaccine articles to social media.

        “I know exactly who influenced her,” said the bereaved son, who reportedly tried to convince Horká to get immunized to no avail. “It makes me sad that she believed strangers more than her proper family.”…”


  72. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Texarkana, TEXAS is in northeast Texas, very near the borders of Oklahoma and Shreveport, Louisiana, but also trespassing into the state of Arkansas. Ross Perot is from Texarkana. In 1992, he ran as an Independent Presidential candidate against President George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton (Arkansas Governor).

    Wednesday December 29th, 2021 –
    — FISH Rain From Sky in Texarkana —
    [One minute video and photo slide show in article.]

    TEXARKANA, Texas (KTAL/KMSS) – It “rained fish” for a few minutes in Texarkana Wednesday afternoon as storms moved through the area.

    It happened around 4:30 p.m., according to James Audirsch, who works at the Orr Maxx used car dealership on Summerhill Road. He says he and his co-worker Brad Pratt heard loud noises and looked outside only to see fish falling from the sky…

    …Small fish could be seen sprinkled throughout the parking lot of the dealership, as well as the one across the street and the tire shop next door. Some were 4-5 inches long and appeared to be young white bass.

    “Raining fish” is believed to be the result of a rare meteorological phenomenon in which a water spout moving over water sucks up small creatures such as fish and frogs, carrying them along until they lose steam before dropping their stunned passengers.

    Strong winds created by tornadoes or hurricanes can also send small species raining from the sky, according to the Library of Congress….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Dec 29th – Texarkana Gazette by Lori Dunn
      — Storm rains bushels of fish on Texarkana —
      [Photos in article.]

      TEXARKANA — At least four locations in town reported a free-fall of fish either during or in the aftermath of two storms that blew through here Wednesday afternoon.

      Among the places that pelted by fish were Discount Wheel & Tire and Tiger Stadium, both on Summerhill Road on the Texas side of town…
      …Arkansas-side resident Melissa Curry was the first to call the Gazette to report the strange occurrence. She and her husband were leaving their home Wednesday afternoon when they discovered as many as two dozen small fish scattered around the back yard and side yard of their Victorian home.
      “There were every bit of 20 fish out here.,” Curry said. “we were flabbergasted. “…

      …A reporter witnessed at least 15 to 20 shiny dead fish in the pile, some 6 to 7 inches long and with a girth of a couple inches or more. When he arrived and opened his car door, maybe an hour after the fact, the air smelled like fish, like the mild scent that hangs outside a fish market or at a fishing dock along a lake.

      Simply put, the air smelled fishy.
      All of the fish had their heads busted open, Brigham said.
      Brigham believes the fish, which he called shad, must have been dropped from from pretty high up.
      “They were bouncing off the concrete,” he said.
      Across the street at McClarty Ford, 3232 Summerhill, an employee told a reporter that the silver fish were all over the parking lot and he actually saw some of them falling from the sky during the storm….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        The Texarkana area is no stranger to stuff falling from the sky…

        In 2007, Reporter Jeff Ferrell of Shreveport’s KSLA News 12(CBS) went to a small town near Texarkana in Arkansas and did a story on Chemtrails. Lab tests were done on the collected samples of stuff falling to the earth. Alarming quantities of Barium were found in the samples.
        A 4 minute classic Jeff Ferrell news story video follows at the link, which is in a comment under a James Corbett interview about Chemtrails.

        Seeing this KSLA story and not being far from the area, prompted me to do Chemtrail lab tests for aluminum as part of an Environmental Science class project in Dec 2007/Jan 2008.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          — 9/11 Hijackers and Jeff Ferrell —

          Shreveport’s KSLA News Reporter Jeff Ferrell was recently mentioned at James Corbett’s ”False Flags: The Secret History of Al Qaeda — Part 2: 9/11” documentary.
          Jeff Ferrell covered this…
          The story of Shreveport dentist, Dr David M. Graham and his personal encounters dealing with three of the 9/11 hijackers reads like a southern-style John Grisham novel.
          Prior to 9/11, Dr David Graham reports the “future hijackers” to the local FBI.
          Following 9/11/01, Dr. David Graham contacts top government officials.
          Later Dr Graham dies a slow gruesome death following “radiator fluid” poisoning in Texas.

          News Videos and articles at the link.

  73. Jed says:

    They’re sucking CO2 directly out of our atmosphere? What is wrong with these people, plants love CO2 — sick

  74. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Dec 31st by Thomas Lifton
    IRS wants its cut from looters and other thieves

    …the New York Post reports:

    Steal any property or deal any drugs this year? Well, the IRS wants it reported as taxable income. (snip)

    “If you steal property, you must report its fair market value in your income in the year you steal it unless you return it to its rightful owner in the same year,” the IRS told sticky-fingered Americans.

    The agency also reminded those who’ve pocketed any by cash selling narcotics — or through any number of unspecified “illegal activities” — to report their earnings.

    “Income from illegal activities, such as money from dealing illegal drugs, must be included in your income on Schedule 1 (Form 1040), line 8z, or on Schedule C (Form 1040) if from your self-employment activity,” the bureau said.
    [Summary and image]

    The IRS did not say whether career thieves could deduct work expenses such as ski masks, crowbars and getaway vans on their tax forms.

  75. daveM says:

    Today, 12/31, I discovered Judy Wood and her explanation for the WTC towers turning into dust. I never heard some of her stories.
    There were 14 NYC firefighters in an elevator on the second floor. The building above them turned to dusk and for only a moment they had sunshine. All survived. She shows where they were in the final rubble.
    On 9/11, there was a large hurricane off the NY coast. That important detail has been put down the memory hole. We are told it was a clear, sunny day.

    She has a website.

    Here is the video from a Breakthrough Energy Conference in 2012.

    I could not find this video from her site. Her site’s videos are not this 2-hour version.

    In cosmology, transmutation occurs in a plasma behavior called a Z-pinch. A pair of plasma filaments can pinch or compress the space between them.

    Plasma physicists duplicated conditions on the solar surface for the SAFIRE project. They found elements from transmutation on the anode of the experiment. These elements were not in the chamber at the start. That is the only mechanism to explain their presence.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Hi Dave,
      You may want to take a look at this link…

      In 4 minutes, Richard Gage goes through some of the Judy Wood stuff, there’s also a link to where James Corbett discusses her, and tons of information is listed at “My thoughts”.

    • vadoum says:

      I read that book a decade ago, but I think the evidence shown is still relevant.

      I looked at the links that HRS is offering you, both corbett and AI911 read or sound like fact checker sites that have already decided they know best, yet give no empirical basis. They just say so. In fact Corbett was surprisingly anonoyed by DR Wood. To be fair, she has a PHD in materials science & forensics,, I’ll be checking on the bad physics claim he makes.

      Dr. Judy Wood
      F25tehbruar8fyso r27e, 2d01m1 ·
      Dr. Judy Wood earned a Ph.D. Degree from Virginia Tech and is a former professor of mechanical engineering. She has research expertise in experimental stress analysis, structural mechanics, deformation analysis, materials characterization and materials engineering science.

      JC starts with Judy Wood’s description and analysys of a billiard ball falling would not pass a highschool physics test, though he makes the claim without providing the detail. That was surprising because he doesnt seem to be usually that slack. just sayin, credentials like that do usually come w knowing about “the conservation of energy”

      Other comments about her validity suggested the same as I: that there were several modes of destruction in action all at once. each one giving plausible deniability for the next, or a birds nest of threads to follow.

      Being a builder, and having substantial experience with steel manipulation (steel boat building), I have a more than common-man perspective with regards to how structures especially built with steel behave. The change of position or disappearance of the structural mass in 13 seconds, is briefly explained by the AE911 as having spread out. surely every truck that left that site had a number and the drivers had names and addresses and their loads would have been weighed before dumped. but info like that, when you’ve got a few trails to obscure, is probably long gone.

  76. zyxzevn says:

    The Genocide Agenda

    Interview wwith Dr Sam White, about the suppression of Doctors and reporting

    About 25 minutes in they start discussing about differences
    between lots of “vaccines”.
    It appears that this is an organized effort, where the vax-companies are
    testing different parameters.
    They have specific testing periods well coordinated.
    During these tests the side-effects become much higher, and
    these side-effects are following a clear graph.

    They seem to be working towards a hard-to-trace way to
    maim or kill the people.

    This seems to follow the same conspiracy-pattern that we see
    in world-war one as documented by James Corbett.
    Many people were thinking they were working towards peace.
    But on the background the small group were steering towards world war one.

    This time it seems the same pattern.
    Most people may think that they work towards a good goal,
    Some think to stop a disease.
    Involved politicians think they are creating a communist state.
    Businessmen think they are creating monopolies and profits.
    But on the background a small group is working on a hidden global depopulation.

  77. jo-ann says:

    In case you are interested in the initial Pfizer covid vaccine documents released in response to a FOI request, you can find a link on this web site, along with an interview of a Canadian M.D. (Dr. Daniel Nagase) who presents a summary of his interpretation of the early safety data.

    I am not sure of his interpretation because he doesn’t make any comparison with the control group. I have downloaded the documents myself to verify his interpretation.

  78. Alchemist says:

    Spiritual wars can’t be won by fighting back solely on the physical plane. Resolution/ solution ideas for 2022:

    1. take care of yourself physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
    2. Raise your vibration; which in turn will raise the collective vibration (listen to uplifting music, sing, dance). *don’t punish yourself if you’re not the cause of someone else’s suffering. It’s ok to be happy.
    3. personal development (exercise, eat whole foods, drink enough water, forgive, practice gratitude, etc.)
    4. psychic development (strengthening the clairs, telepathy, remote viewing, energy neutralization/ transmutation, etc.) *proceed with caution*
    5. Face your fears.
    6. Heal past trauma; which could be standing in the way of your spiritual growth
    7. Open your heart (can only be accomplished after completing #6)
    8. Study the spiritual sciences ( Rudolph Steiner archives Anthroposophy:
    9. Prayer, meditation, kundalini, mindfulness, yoga
    10. Spread the word of Jesus. “The truth will set you free.”
    11. Step into your power (WWJD?)
    12. practice self-defense (physical & spiritual)
    BONUS: Learn how to build a shelter in the woods with your bare hands

    • nosoapradio says:

      Thank you Alchemist, for this very sensible and practicable list of recommendations.
      I was wondering if you could explain what Kundalini is. Of course I can search it, and in fact I have but I’m curious what your take on it is?

      It’s ok to be happy Aaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhh!!! YES!!

      HAPPY New Year to all!!!

      • Duck says:

        Afaik kundalini the serpent fire spirit that practitioners try to get to move thru them… not sure I would like to work on getting myself possessed like that even if melting ice with your body heat is probably a pretty slick trick

        Not saying that I’m anti yoga as an exercise but Crowley was kinda into that thing for spiritual uses so there is more than just stretching to it

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Speaking of Yoga.

          In Texas, we do a lot of Verbal Yoga.
          We know how to stretch the fish stories.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I think you would like Yoga Duck. Vinyasa yoga is my favorite. It like a meditation that’s also good exercise.

          Maybe there’s a class in your area or you could find a video that you like just to try it out.

          • Duck says:

            I do yoga as stretching from time to time, I need to get back into Tai Chi. I just don’t do yoga the way actual yogis, or Alistair Crowley, do yoga… as a spiritual practice.

        • Alchemist says:

          Hi Duck. Yes, it’s true that some Christian fundamentalists take issue with yoga and kundalini; esp kundalini since the coiled snake some envision during meditation resembles the snake in the garden and both lead you to the “fruit” / 3rd eye awakening.

          If you are convinced the snake is pure evil, then maybe this isn’t for you.

      • Alchemist says:

        Hi nsr and happy new year !
        Kundalini is a meditation technique used to activate energy centers in the body known as chakras. Each chakra has a corresponding endocrine gland and targeted attention to these areas helps balance the whole system. The goal is to maintain a good flow of energy in your body (and let it radiate out into the world). You start at the root and work your way up to the crown. I think a lot of people who practice this want to activate their third eye chakra, but there are other benefits as well.

        • nosoapradio says:

          Well, Alchemist, thank you very much for that concise, articulate and informative reply.
          Now please allow me to bore you with the reason for my question by “briefly” reiterating an anecdote I left on these boards at the time it occurred; namely, August of 2019.
          On my penultimate day of summer vacation on the southern coast of France when the world was still innocent of the apocalyptic technocratic nightmare that would befall us all just a few short months later,
          as I was indulging in my daily routine of languorous sunrise swims, when the vast panorama of the dimly lit Mediterranean seemed to belong to me only,
          I suddenly spotted a very large praying mantis whose brilliant green was enhanced by the sea-weed stained yellow buoy on which it was precariously perched, piercing the pre-aurora dusky ambiance like a beacon. This string of buoys were bobbing quite a ways off shore, relatively far from the beach and I was as intrigued by the beast as I was by its incongruous location. And then, as I was going back and forth in the slow laps of my alternating breast and back strokes, in anticipation of the magic moment when the sun barely crosses the horizon in a flash point of brilliant light, I realized with near horror that the creature was turning its head to follow my movements! It’s bulbous eyes were fixed on me! For some reason, at that moment, it seemed impossible for an insect to have an articulated neck. But there it was, staring at me with its head turning slowly to the speed of my passing, back and forth… I started feeling like it was silently beseeching me to save it from its predicament but I couldn’t touch the bottom of the depths and I saw no practical way of swimming it back to shore… on my head?? So after long semi-vocal interrogations and explanations, once the sun had graced us both with its spectacular dawning light, I bid the creature adieu in a gesture of slow and regretful abandonment.
          I hastened to the bakery and after buying my bread which was still hot out of the oven, I rushed home to see what google would produce if I typed “praying mantis”. And once I’d made the visual verifications, and checked the likelihood of such a specimen being stranded in the middle of the Mediterranean bay, I yielded to my skeptical curiosity and clicked on a site describing the spiritual signification of encountering a praying mantis on a buoy. Well no mention of the buoy of course but, the sage writings assured, the divine creature symbolized Kundalini, introspection, stillness and meditation.
          And Buddha knows, after one gigantic and improvised leap, I’ve become quite still since then…

          • nosoapradio says:

            Incidentally, come to think of it, another appeared a few months back, literally on the doorstep of my “new” Spanish apartment building. It seemed quite terrified of me, somewhat injured perhaps, and “ran” from me as I took a couple of fascinated photos of it… I didn’t try to “save” it either, and besides a few soft questioning words, just left it alone as I headed off to the nearby beach… I comforted myself with the thought that there isn’t much passage through the front door of “my” building. An amused neighbor, to whom I smiled with embarassment, saw me talking to it…

            ps: please excuse my liberal and probably superfluous, use of quotation marks.

            • Alchemist says:

              Sounds like the mantis is trying to tell you something 🙂 The thought of you swimming through the Mediterranean with a praying mantis on your head is pretty funny. That’s something I would do.. or at least I’d consider it haha

    • Steve Smith says:

      “2. Raise your vibration; which in turn will raise the collective vibration”

      This video came across my Bitchute feed the other day. It is called The Earthing Movie.

      It got me to thinking how little I go barefoot anymore. There was a time when I only wore shoes if I absolutely needed to. I don’t remember being sick much back then.
      After watching the movie I decided to go back to the practice. The downside is having to use mosquito spray because they simply love my blood but I think it will be worth the trade off.

      The first thing I did was to take an 110 volt appliance wire with the plug still attached to one end and made an improvised grounding strip. I removed the prongs from the plug leaving the ground pin. I attached the other end of the green wire to some aluminum tape that I can put against my skin. By plugging it into any grounded outlet, I can be grounded while sleeping or sitting in my chair browsing the Corbett Report.
      For the past couple of days I’ve gone barefoot outside while gardening and working around the yard and wearing or sleeping on my jury rigged device inside.
      Perhaps it is just the placebo effect but I have been sleeping really well. In spite of all the moronic celebratory explosions that send my dog into convulsions of terror. And I have been waking up with and maintaining a more positive mood.

      Anyhow, just thought I would mention Earthing in case anyone else, like me needed to be reminded of it. The movie/ documentary is pretty impressive. And come to find out, there are over 20 peer reviewed studies that seem to validate the claim that staying grounded is crucial for maintaining health.

      • Zzzap says:

        Thank you for reminding me of this.

        Happy New Year to my favourite virtual forum friends.
        I wish to meet you all one day.

        Take care

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Gosh! I appreciate the anecdote, and also your clever engineering.
        I’ll definitely check out The Earthing Documentary (2019).

        For mosquito bites, I use an enzyme supplement which breaks down proteins. I take some tablets of the Papaya Enzyme by American Health and powder them. I put the powder in a baggie. When I get a bite, I lick my finger and wet the bite. Then I stick a licked finger into the powder and rub the powder on the bite. The itch stops quickly because the enzyme breaks down the proteins affiliated with inflammation.

        One natural mosquito bite deterrent is to take an old sock, fill it with 50% cinnamon powder and 50% corn starch. Then beat the sock against exposed body parts. A cloud of the mix will come out. Works great, but messy. Cinnamon powder repels bugs and ants.

        I don’t like to put on an oily (or messy) mosquito bite deterrent, so I won’t use an essential oil mix.
        However, I have formulated a water based tea that works pretty good.
        I even bought wholesale teabags thinking that I might sell it, but for now, I don’t think the marketplace/price/profit mechanics would work.

        Here are some of the ingredients which you can get at any Indo-Pak grocery…
        Cloves (then grind to powder), Ajwain, Cinnamon powder, Kala Jeeri, Neem powder. Go heavy with the first three. If you have any Wormwood or Rosemary or Thyme or Peppermint growing in the garden, then add some of that.
        After adding water, make a ‘sunshine’ tea out of the mix. I put the mix in teabags, so I can then add the tea to a spray bottle without the clogging problems. It only takes a few ounces of the powder for 16 ounces of tea.
        I apply it by spray or by washcloth to exposed skin. It works for chiggers too. [But papaya doesn’t work on chigger bites which are the result from the bug melting skin with an enzyme and then drinking the slurp.]
        It smells like cloves and is not oily.
        I grow some other plants for my mix, but this formula should get results, and it probably is “no biggie” if you are short on some ingredients.

        I posit that coconut’s MCT oil would be a good mosquito bite deterrent for various reasons, but I don’t like oils on my body and never experimented.
        MCT is mostly caproic acid, caprylic acid, capric acid, and lauric acid, which not only have anti-microbial aspects but lauric acid has been used to keep flies off of cattle.

        • Steve Smith says:

          There is a wealth of information in that post HRS. It has been screen shot and saved. Thanks very much.
          I abhor putting the deet on my body only slightly less than I hate donating blood to mosquitoes. It would be wonderful to find something natural that really works.
          I have rosemary and peppermint growing and I will obtain the other ingredients and brew up a batch soon!
          Happy New Year!

        • mutig says:

          If you moisten your hand before adding a few drops of essential oil and rubbing it in, the water helps with distribution, and it absorbs quickly and isn’t greasy.

          For years, whenever I went to the mountains a cloud of mosquitoes would hover around me, and I would be covered with bites. The people I was with wouldn’t be bothered at all. In the summer I got very little sleep. I tried all available mosquito repellents, finally asked a pharmacist what to use next. He recommended vitamin B1, or perhaps it was B2, don’t remember now. I tried his recommendation and after a few days mosquitoes would approach me but fly away. I haven’t had problems with mosquitoes since then. I did read that taking a single B vitamin over time can cause deficiencies in other B vitamins, because the receptors are all occupied. But after the mosquito problem is solved, taking a B complex somehow maintains sufficient levels. A pharmacist might be able to tell you whether it’s B1 or B2, or search it.

          Also, homeopathic Apis is supposed to help with itching and stinging problems. I haven’t tried it for itching, because the mosquito problem was prior to my self education in homeopathy.

      • Alchemist says:

        Earthing, yes! That’s a good one. I’ll watch the documentary you linked. Thanks

      • vadoum says:

        we’re told that aboriginals often die in prison because they cant feel the ground.


        our job is to sing country. That word doesnt imply a “nation”, it implies the very ground where one is standing

    • cu.h.j says:

      I agree with this. There is power in the unseen and that which can’t be known with the eyes and ears.

      I think people can use the unseen force to shift things a bit. I know that when I have done work in the spiritual realm it has helped me and shown me things, and also I have been able to shift things in my immediate environment.

      If there is a God, or a force of good that exists, we will win in the end, I believe.

      My life has been saved twice, perhaps by God, or perhaps just amazing luck. But I chose to believe that is was the former and that I am here for a purpose, that my life was spared for a reason.

      • cu.h.j says:

        I also remember several months ago, a 4 day old infant who cam into the emergency room in cardiac arrest and we helped revive him. He was transferred out to a pediatric specialty hospital, and he had an extensive work up and nothing cold be found. He fully recovered and was discharged.

        I remember speaking to the tearful parents and told them to continue to pray. And I remember saying a prayer for this little one. One of our doctors who is a pessimist thought that he would die after he left our hospital, but he survived.

        Maybe this was luck too, who knows. But I remember his life force re entering his body and it was incredible.

        • Alchemist says:

          “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” – Nikola Tesla

          I’m glad it turned out well for the baby and you got to witness that miracle ❤️

  79. MinistryOfFumble says:

    A present for you all. I’ve been using this for a while and to be clear I do support authors I believe in and will buy books – but some of these books are out of print or by authors I just wouldn’t give a penny to. You’ll find Neil Postman here, and Anthony Sutton, Carroll Quigley – which can be hard to find. All Margaret Sanger’s books are here as well as articles about her. See what you can find. I think Ms Austin Fitts is in there too.

    Happy new year.

    Edit – I wasn’t sure if this is allowed so apologies if it has to be removed. I just think it is a useful tool.

  80. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This article is a great “Thread” of short videos.

    January 1st, 2022 – Saturday – Zero Hedge
    COVID, Ivermectin, And ‘Mass Formation Psychosis’: Dr. Robert Malone Gives Blistering Interview To Joe Rogan

    “Our government is out of control on this,”
    Malone continues.
    “And they are lawless.
    They completely disregard bioethics.
    They completely disregard the federal common-rule.
    They have broken all the rules that I know of, that I’ve been trained for years and years and years.
    These mandates of an experimental vaccines are explicitly illegal.
    They are explicitly inconsistent with the Nuremberg code.
    They are explicitly inconsistent with the Belmont report.
    They are flat out illegal, and they don’t care.”

    • cu.h.j says:

      Dr. Malone got off the fence and started calling things how they are! He probably realizes that his kids or future generations freedom is at stake now and feels compelled to speak up.

      Who would want to live in a medical dictatorship? It’s miserable for everyone. It makes no sense at all.

  81. nosoapradio says:

    As I sit here in my characteristic state of chronic procrastination, I feel graced by the heartening cacophony of unbridled bird-song and warm sun filling my balcony, the lull of the adjacent Mediterranean’s ebb and tide and the purring of my cats luxuriously basking in the brilliant penetrating rays enhanced by the promise of an afternoon walk on the beach

    the material world is miraculous when filled with conscious gratitude for its existence.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I often try to envision the images which surround you there.

      I’ve gone to the maps with their images to gain a better picture in my mind. However, I don’t want a real postcard photo – I want the mental image which I have created that contains its beauty, pensiveness, sounds, scent from a glass of vino tinto….

      I enjoy playing in the treasure chest.
      It’s part of the wealth of a human being.

      I share that procrastination attribute, often preferring to bask in other simple pleasures.

      In fact, you are not alone when you said:
      “I’m an adept of immediate gratification, pleasure and convenience, and I’m anything but self-sufficient and debt-free!
      I prefer wallowing in the ambient beauty of my new environment, my two young feline companions, my glass of vino tinto and copious Corbett consumption…”

      • nosoapradio says:

        You represent a fascinating element here: that of seemingly random memory chambers.
        Within the total absence, yesterday, of an appropriate reply lived an ardent desire to do so… so, I accorded myself the reprieve of an illuminating night’s sleep… which ultimately allowed me to perform this morning’s Corbett comment review and here, once again, you’ve linked back to captured cells of past thoughts, echos of passionate expression, and among them, my own. Some I’d much rather forget (imbibed as they are with the fatalism of excessive alcoholic intake) and others…

        reliving these echos of another world where I lived in another country with completely other creatures, and within a seemingly random logic, broken signals of the Stack once again came through:

        “…That platform would be defined by the productivity of its accidents, and by the strategy for which whatever may appear at first as the worst option (even evil) may ultimately be where to look for the best way out. It is less a “possible future” than an escape from the present…”

        not even the most troubling sample but with every extract of the Stack as unsettling and strangely thought-provoking as the next…

        and then there are the old Corbett contributors… namely GBW for example, who’ve simply vanished from these boards… would love to know how he’s faring in all of this

        ever emerging stack of madness…

        These digital prints, words formulated on a keyboard that represent, at least within the consciousness that typed them, the more or less uncomfortable, joyful, fearful, hopeful, teasing, berating, intense convictions and their attendant emotions, of human experience…

        You seem to serve as the steward of a time machine where the bliss of imminent vacations irrigated with the nectars of the Côte du Rhône or the horrors of witnessing mass formation as people around the world clap at their windows and balconies in utter ignorance of the fact that in doing so, someone’s just shoved a foot through their door… that they’ll never again be able to close…

        so, that’s my reply to you as the sun is about to rise above the horizon…

        At some time you evolved from Wordcount comment patrol to steward of the Corbett Report time machine. Or perhaps you have a double mandate? At any rate,

        I wonder when and if I’ll have the luxury of revisiting this message as a nostalgic time-travelling entity of the future? See you there!

    • vadoum says:

      the Upanishads say, if you can keep that up 24/7 you will arrive; or the enlightened breakthrough can only happen when one sees the divine in everything. even preying mantis.

      • nosoapradio says:

        I’m unfamiliar with the Upanishads but I think I see what you mean.

        The preying challenges the praying to detect the divine within both.

        • vadoum says:

          the prayer of preyor,,, that treads into juxtaposed rapids. (i have posted this before but couldnt resist, i hope the mantis approves “what we need is clarity”)

          Seeing divinity in all is a big idea, for the Upanishads its protocol for “enlightenment”.

          I’m not too sure how the beatific vision occurs? but I do remember that it does, did, more than a few times. One gets a cognitive and emotional double edged sword to wield. one obvious answer is “when we feed spirit, it feeds us”; whether the negative is only to bolster the positives resolve, as you say the “preying challenges”. If that floats your boat then keep paddling.

          I only have one semi-direct experience of “kundalini rising”, that I facilitated, but in someone else, characterized principally as an upward surge of heat,rising gradually up the spine & profound release of emotional tensions . I’ve never experienced it myself.

  82. mgrace says:

    Hey James! A Hearty thank you for your continued diligence! Here’s an update from ITALY: Since October I’ve been doing two swabs a week to be able to work (required for all workers in the country). This gives you a basic “green pass”, valid for 48 hrs. Since last month I’ve been driving my son to school as you need a GP to use public transport. E decree has just been announced saying that from Jan 10, that will no longer be sufficient; only the VACCINATED will be able to use public transport, effectively making it impossible for millions of people to get to work. The un-vaxxed won’t even be able to have a drink at an outdoor terrace or have a quick coffee at a bar. This time the proposal to make vaccination obligatory for all workers didn’t pass, but that’ll be the next step.

    I published a song recounting the sudden arrival of the first lockdown (here in Italy we were the first Western country to do it).

    Be well!

  83. westerncivic says:

    AYVs blew up the vaccine mandate at Rose Bowl (it was NOT enforced) and ran a “Cancel Billionaires” banner and “no machine cops either” banner the length of the parade route (except the first corner) in front of and “in tandem” with the only component of the people’s after parade this year, a clearly well funded “demand for climate action” group wheeling a large globe with about a half dozen folks in animal costumes.

    The “cancel billionaires” banner was the more popular banner, to the point where people would gather with it… somewhat to the frustration of the paid organizers of the demand for climate action. 🤷‍♂️

    Some indications the goodyear blimp took in our protest encampment in the rose bowl parking lot as well.

    I’m beat. Today we relax in L.A.

  84. nicolasn says:

    I have a question – why does James not talk about the flat earth?

    But allow me to elaborate, as I imagine this raises eyebrows…

    I became aware of the 9/11 deception around the same time as James. For a decade, I mostly studied eastern philosophy, classical systems of medicine, organic agriculture etc., while having ‘regular’ jobs – that I mostly enjoyed! – and looking after my family.

    Through a friend, around 2017, I started learning about the laws that prohibit people from speaking about revisionism surrounding events in WW2 (I won’t go down that rabbit hole in this comment…), which angered me quite a bit, but still, life went on.

    Then, 2020 hit. I learned about the deception of virology and the germ theory, about how ‘HIV/AIDS’ is really comparable to ‘Sars-Cov-2/COVID’ (what microbe? – definition of disease? – meaningless tests? – politicians only listening to ‘some’ scientists etc.) and then came across James’ work, which I devoured!
    ‘Climate change’, eugenics, Rockefeller medicine, new world order, transhumanism, voluntaryism, central banking… so much fell into place. Thanks so much, James!

    Whereas in the past I was mostly focused on psychology etc., 2020 and 2021 being what they were, I could not stop learning about human society. Being based in the UK, I was learning about common law and the original definition of democracy.
    To my absolute surprise (my jaw dropped to the floor – I said ‘No!’ out loud in front of my laptop), one of the clearly well-educated, well-spoken, well-read speakers I had been listening to also had presentations about the earth being flat!

    So, right… what did he have to say?

    And well, people, it takes some time to digest, but it so obviously is. We do not live on a spinning ball.
    How can there be a vacuum in ‘space’… why does our atmosphere not simply get sucked away, if there is no physical barrier? How can we be spinning (at ever-changing, insane speeds, on top of that) without feeling anything? How could the mystical force called ‘gravity’ be sucking most things towards the centre of the ball (not helium, or boats…), but also cancelling out all sideways forces (seeing as we’re spinning at changing speeds, but also chasing the sun – as the whole solar system is said to be moving, so one side of the ball should feel more pressure than the other)? How come the moonlight emits light that is physically cooling (objects are hotter in its shade), if it’s supposed to just be reflecting sunlight? How come you can see the sun and a crescent daytime moon at the same time, if the shape of the moon is said to be because the earth is physically in between? How come you never see the moon approach the sun during a solar eclipse, but even more absurdly, the moon sometimes is in sight somewhere else in the sky during the eclipse? How can planes fly/land north/south without having to account for the rotation of the earth, seeing as the spin is supposed to be faster near the equator?

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

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Actually, the “Flat Earth” topic has been briefly mentioned on New World Next Week.
      There has been various discussions in the Corbett Report comment sections on Flat Earth.
      You may have heard about “The Law of 7 Eleven”

    • Welcome to Corbett Report!

      wrt flat earth, here are some questions for you.

      -What is the shape of the flat earth? Square, rectangle, ellipse, triangle, pentagon, hexagon?
      -How do you know which it is?
      -How thick is it? How do you know?
      -Is the sun revolving around the earth or the earth around the sun? How do you know?
      -What happens at night? Why is it day for half the world? Can you explain how this is possible with a flat earth?

      As far as planes flying “without having to account for the rotation of the earth”.
      I remember when I was in public school I asked my teacher “If the earth is spinning really fast, why do I land at the same place if I jump in the air?”
      To answer your questions related to this, the earth’s atmosphere is ALSO spinning at the same speed as the earth and this is why you don’t land hundreds of meters away when you jump up and land.

      • Fact Checker says:

        planes flying “without having to account for the rotation of the earth”.

        Good Christ this one shows such a lack of basic intuitive kinetic understanding it is astonishing.

        The plane doesn’t fly into orbit for the same reason your car doesn’t launch into flight when you drive straight, and doesn’t take flight when you drive over a hump.

        Gravity holds you down unless you add significant energy to defeat gravity to move away from Earth. Freakinfrockblockers.

        Flat Earthers are hopeless. Not worth ANY time.

        • vadoum says:

          so agree,
          but wtf is a frockblocker? (I searched, bt am hoping yours is better than what I found)

          • Fact Checker says:

            It’s an expression of pure, guttural, post-verbal exasperation with the Flat Earth Society.

            • vadoum says:

              in ze vings frau frockblocker vaits if a bit impatiently for ze next chance to veild her clot shotter, spike pretension bullets of rehashedaganda, yarns from yor, lies that still work, whose sole intent is to derail lines of thought, or ensnare attention.


      • nicolasn says:

        -What is the shape of the flat earth? Square, rectangle, ellipse, triangle, pentagon, hexagon?
        -How do you know which it is?
        -How thick is it? How do you know?

        I don’t know any of the above, but it’s not a spinning ball. It would be great if we all tried to figure it out. But no-one is allowed to go to the North Pole, or Antarctica (or beyond), so we can’t say.

        (It’s like with, say, 9/11. We can’t know EXACTLY what happened, but we can puzzle many of the pieces together, and what we definitely know is the official story is a lie.)

        -Is the sun revolving around the earth or the earth around the sun? How do you know?

        We are static. The sun is revolving around us. Just like the stars, it has these patterns, these cycles. You know, because you can see it with your own eyes.

        -What happens at night? Why is it day for half the world? Can you explain how this is possible with a flat earth?

        The plane is very large. The sun is quite small. If there is a flashlight in your face, it’s very bright. If it’s at the end of your street, you can barely see it. That’s how this is possible. The sun only illuminates part of the plane because it is much smaller.

        But again, I ask: “How can there be a vacuum in ‘space’… why does our atmosphere not simply get sucked away, if there is no physical barrier? How can we be spinning (at ever-changing, insane speeds, on top of that) without feeling anything? How could the mystical force called ‘gravity’ be sucking most things towards the centre of the ball (not helium, or boats…), but also cancelling out all sideways forces (seeing as we’re spinning at changing speeds, but also chasing the sun – as the whole solar system is said to be moving, so one side of the ball should feel more pressure than the other)? How come the moonlight emits light that is physically cooling (objects are hotter in its shade), if it’s supposed to just be reflecting sunlight? How come you can see the sun and a crescent daytime moon at the same time, if the shape of the moon is said to be because the earth is physically in between? How come you never see the moon approach the sun during a solar eclipse, but even more absurdly, the moon sometimes is in sight somewhere else in the sky during the eclipse?” etc. etc. etc.

        And why does NASA obviously fake their video’s? (You’ve seen all the green screen glitches and the errors with the augmented reality, right?)

        The official model is impossible, when you honestly look at it.

        Check out David Weiss. His presentations are great, full of visuals.

        • Duck says:

          Turtles all the way down! 😉

          These books are pretty good though… they did movies and cartoons too

        • -What is the shape of the flat earth? Square, rectangle, ellipse, triangle, pentagon, hexagon?
          -How do you know which it is?
          -How thick is it? How do you know?

          “I don’t know any of the above…”

          Come on Nicolas, if you are going to posit a theory that the earth is flat surely you could at least tell us the basic shape?

          -Which of our countries are at the outer most edges of the earth?
          You’ve got to know the answer to that one!

          -Surely some dude would have gone to one of the many outer edges of the earth by now and taken a cellphone photo? There is no excuse not to have done that today. Cellphones/cameras are ubiquitous. Where are these photos?

          -Show me a drawing of what you propose the layout of the countries are on the flat earth.
          Once you’ve done that I’ll prove to you in less than a minute (once and for all) that the earth is round.

        • vadoum says:

          either you are a troll in which case your sucking on peoples attention which is not welcome,
          you didn’t get far with physics, which is understandable though the questions you pose are pretty ordinary. in that case i suggest you look into it. The phenomenon you mention are all achieved with limited thinking or relativistic thinking, which is a huge part of the mindkontrol machina.

          I like to pose the flatearth question to people to see if anyone did understand 3d geometry & laws of bodies in motion back in high school. everyone I ask, so far, thinks theyre a spheroid passenger; but when asked to prove that its a ball vs a plane, most cant.

          nicolas: “How could the mystical force called ‘gravity’ be sucking most things towards the centre of the ball (not helium, or boats…),”

          bro, you’re questions are sinking fast, Im trying to chuck you a bucket, the fastest way to bail, or are you headed to the center of the ball? I dont mean to interfere.

          one line of thought goes:
          0 dimension = a point, a description of location, but no form so doesn’t “exist”
          1 dimension = a line, a direction, a vector, yet neither does it have form so doesn’t “exist”
          2 dimensions = a “plane” of infinite vectors minus the other vectors on other planes, but still, no “existance”
          3 dimensions = compounding of planes, up down and over there, all synced up. xyz exists we call it reality.
          4 dimensions = (now’s when I may piss off real math people) can be conceptualized (which is the part of being human that keeps nudging what we call “mystery” into view) but hard to actualize, from my 3d perspective. If we are trying to transcend space time it can be alluded to but not be “replicably competent” T fauci,,,at least for most of us.

          Fun for the kids: the corner of the room happens because 3 lines meet at a common point, and are perpendicular to eachother. Now imagine a 4th line running through that “common point corner of the room” that is seperate from the first 3, yet is also perpendicular to all 3,, got it? thats the 4th dimension. It cant be seen from the 3rd.

          so which one do you think the earth is?

          “The laws of kinetics,and bodies in motion that have repeatable results to 3 decimal places, is the only science that has any credibility” poor paraphrase of T Mckenna

      • bleak says:

        Uh square.

        8. It is not possible that the Gospels can be either more or fewer in number than they are. For, since there are four [corners] of the world in which we live, and four principal winds, while the Church is scattered throughout all the world, and the pillar and ground 1 Timothy 3:15 of the Church is the Gospel and the spirit of life; it is fitting that she should have four pillars, breathing out immortality on every side, and vivifying men afresh.
        -(Saint) Iranaeus, Bishop of Lyons and author of the 5 volume set “Against Heresies”

        Iranaeus is partly responsible for why we have four gospels in the Bible and not five or more. For there were more than four gospels. He had them on his desk. He read them. He copied parts into his harangues (which was good for later scholars to reference). I’m sure perfect copies exist in the vat i can archives which only select few will ever read.

        Imagine reading the full Gospel of Mary Magdalene. The best copy remaining is missing ten pages. It takes place after the resurrection as in Matthew 28. An “exploded view” of Mt28.

        If the earth is flat, I guess the moon is also flat. Mars? Flat. Saturn? Yep, it’s flat too. Not the sun though? Yes my son the sun is also flat. Flat as a pancake.

        Square. What else could Jack Dorsey name his company?

        • Alchemist says:

          4 gospels, 4 seasons, 4 elements

          Have you studied astrotheology? Funny enough, Santos Bonnaci, one of the leading experts in astrotheology, started off as a “ball earther” and halfway into his career switched to using the flat earth model.

          I’m glad you brought up Iraneaus. I agree with Duck that the New Age movement has been infiltrated, but how far back does that go? Did that begin ~100 yrs ago or long before in the Patristic Age? Why did early Christian writers include the astrological references?

          If the original writers were not corrupt and astrology in the NT rightfully belongs there, then the New Age is an astronomical fact and simply a continuation of Christianity.

          • bleak says:

            “Have you studied astrotheology?”

            A bit. I don’t claim to be an expert. If Zacharia Sitchen is “astrotheology” then yeah. One of my favorite books on the subject is The New View Over Atlantis by John F Michell. Originally written in the 80’s(?) and updated in 2001, it shows how the ancients used megaliths, monoliths, natural rock and hill formations, and “ley lines” to “map” power-spots and the earth’s natural energy grid and how they were astrological in nature. The earth has it’s own energy network as Tesla showed us. The examples in the book (mostly on Briton) are undeniable.

            (woops another of those pesky OOP books. Funny (ha ha) how that “works”.)

            And I must’ve logged over 500 hours of podcasts from Jordan Maxwell, William Cooper and Mark Passio, all who imo, are experts on the subject (RIP Bill Cooper, you tried but the fog was too thick and got magnitudes thicker since.) Lloyd Pie is another person that should be studied.

            My contentions with Duck are many but I never said that intelligence agencies weren’t involved in creating, influencing and funding major disinformation campaigns, operations and cultural trends because they most certainly were. The “new age conspiracy”, “the Aquarian conspiracy”, Laurel Canyon and others are all agency AFAIK.

            My main contentions with Duck are that he insists the ancient Christian gnostics were not true disciples of the living Jesus Christ when they absolutely, unequivocally and demonstrably were. Only contentious polemical OT thumpers programmed by the likes of Irenaeus, Athanasius, Eusebius, Tertullian and others would contend they were not. That and his blind insistence that Christian Gnosticism is the “new world religion” or part of it when it can’t be because that would mean a greater understanding of Jesus Christ which is the last thing NWO types want to see.

            Astrology is inseparable from Christian orthodox canon. How did the “three wise men” find the infant Jesus? The stars. What are the days of the week named after? The planets. Christ elaborated on that theme (which you can read in the Apocryphon (Secret) Book of John in the NHS) but the early usurpers couldn’t allow the hordes to read it.

            So much backstory to everything we were taught. As old as the hills. No silly cabal or agency is responsible for all of it. How insane to think so.

            • Alchemist says:

              Thanks for the book recommendation. I know a little about ley lines and Earth chakras, but would like to learn more. It should be common knowledge that these energy fields exist, but for some reason it’s hidden. Steve Smith recently brought up the benefits of earthing.. it’s all connected.

              Man Claims He Can Tap Into an Ancient Energy Field (4 min)

              Regarding the new age, I think many Christians are put off by it bc they haven’t explored the esoteric elements of Christianity and/ or because they’re only aware of the hijacked version of the New Age movement. The new age is not a new truth; it’s a new experience of the truth.

            • Alchemist says:

              Since we’re talking about Flat Earth and natural energy…

              Has anyone here watched the 7 part series, The Lost History of Flat Earth, that was making the rounds last year? It takes conspiracy theories to a whole new level;) The narrator keeps saying that MSM serves half truths with half lies; which might be happening here as well. Who knows? Either way, it’ll open your mind to interesting possibilities. It’s a little Q-esque, but mesmerizing nonetheless.

              The Lost History of Flat Earth: Part 4 “Back to the Future”

              Odysee DOTCOM /@EWAR:3/lhfe-1-4:0

              Part 4 has to do with old buildings, like cathedrals, originally being used as power generating centers that harvested electromagnetic energy from Earth to provide clean energy to surrounding cities (similar to what Tesla envisioned). Also discussed are aqueducts and strategic city planning to harvest water energy.

              • Zzzap says:

                Thanks for sharing !

                Love this ancient technology.

                The same way that our body has an electromagnetic meridian system, I believe the earth does too.
                I believe they were termed “Ley lines”


                Add the power of a pipe organ, key lines, and some sound frequencies , and some churches were known to have some healing properties.

              • bleak says:

                Alchemist, I hope you find this…

                It took me awhile but I watched all seven episodes (in order). Compelling. Very compelling!

                And it’s not “scientific” per se. Why should it be? The first parts are rather more apophatic logic. What’s missing from this picture? What is the reason it’s missing? Is that pure conjecture or…? Is it plausible that…? Does that plausibility fit with this plausibility? And this one and this one too?

                That their most widely used psychological weapon (“plausibility” or “plausible denial”) is a two-edged sword seems fitting and right.

                Then he turns to some documented, verifiable world events. Things buried and all but forgotten. There was not one single “yeah but…” out of me for over six hours.

                I looked for photos of the construction of the Arc de Triomphe. You would think that photographs (or daguerreotypes) would’ve been taken for something so uh monumental. I couldn’t find one. This doesn’t mean they don’t exist. Show me one though or tell me where.

                And that’s just one “old world” construction.

                It was really episode VII that put the wammy on my head though. V and VI too but wow VII. Oh yeah “hidden in plain sight” for real. No spoilers from bleak. Watch them yourselves and see if it doesn’t have some effect on how you view this world.

                I’ve been saying ‘we’ve been lied to about everything’ for over a decade but I drew the line at the FE. No longer.

              • nicolasn says:

                Welcome aboard, Bleak!

                The earth is definitely flat, as in, there’s no curvature and the spinning ball stuff is bs, but I’m not blindly convinced by the model presented by Eric Dubay and David Weiss, as there do seem to be two different star trail circles in the sky at night (one around polaris, but also one in the south…?) So is it a circle surrounded by an ice wall? Are there other continents beyond Antarctica? Why do all our political ‘leaders’ go to Antarctica, anyway? What’s out there? What about the fact that the continents are shown on the moon? What is the moon anyway? etc…

                So, from flat earth (no, it’s not just virology that’s pseudoscience, it’s also astrophysics and history – see Fomenko) to the ether and atmospheric energy, to a (very recent!) unified civilisation (perhaps called Tartaria? did ‘Ancient Rome’ even exist?), to previous resets (are ‘Great Resets’ perhaps regular occurrences?) due to the ‘mudflood’ or another cataclysmic event (see ‘melted buildings’ – Petra in Jordan carved out by hand?!) which could perhaps be due to energy weapons (comparable to what was used to make the towers turn into dust?), to the giants that lived before, or even among ‘us’…

                Here are tons of links, in the order I’ve given above. Have fun with it!





                (map of earth -and more- projected on the moon?)

                (This one is as captivating and as wide in its scope as Ewaranon… Some guy wrote this blog in 2016, many of the links aren’t working anymore, and there’s no trace of him online anywhere now… of course, there’s Judy Wood’s work, but this guy is the only person I’ve ever heard mention ‘Brookhaven national laboratory’ in the conversation around 9/11. Could the towers have been ‘shot’ from that lab in Long Island?)


                (Mystic woman from the east, great episode on atmospheric energy, very thorough on history, also delves into old texts like Vedas etc. I’m not paying attention to ‘prophecies’ etc. -maybe I will- but again, I always say to research far and wide!)


       another series, more than 20 episodes, quite short each – strangely, the guy is a guitar nerd and decided to compose music to each episode, then talks about all his studio equipment 🙂

       (melted buildings)

       (Giants! Books the size of a room! see for yourself…)


    • Jed says:

      If you live near the coast you can see the curve by looking at sailboats a few miles out. You’ll see it with your own eyes.

      • nicolasn says:

        Hi Jed, I don’t think you’re familiar with the endless presentations with powerful zooms. Ships seem to go over a physical horizon, because our eyes can only see so far, and what is far seems very small, and seems to sink in the ground or sea. But when you zoom in, the boats are still in full view. There are endless video’s online of people zooming in on objects that should be miles below the supposed curvature, but still in plain sight nonetheless.

        • Nicolas you didn’t read Jed’s post carefully.
          He didn’t talk about disappearing ships.
          He talked about seeing a curve to the horizon!!!

          • Jed says:

            They do disappear, you’ll see a whole ship, then just the stack, then smoke — I’ve seen it when I used to go offshore fishing as a kid, and sailing most of my adult life. Long Island is flat and you loose sight of it after 12 miles or so and the light colored beaches disappear first, the water towers last. In Montana, you can see for a hundred miles, ‘cus there’s mountains. Unless the point is that nothing’s real and this whole existence is a virtual reality playing out between my non-existent ears then maybe they’re on to something, but if they’re saying in our objective reality that the Earth is flat, I’d say no way @Nicolasn, we’re on a ball.

            • Jed says:

              But even if it is flat, there’s still a death cult on it that’s using fear and trickery to kill us. I’m gonna focus on that for now.

              • Jed says:

                They’re called “Globalists”? Lol

              • Zzzap says:

                Watching a ship sail away and disappear over the horizon was enough to convince us the world was curved. What happens when the a powerful zoom lens brings those ships back into focus?


              • Steve Smith says:

                Unless I missed it, he didn’t prove that ships don’t disappear over the horizon. What he did is provide another reason why objects moving away from the viewer will appear to get lower. And when zoomed in on using a telescope the object can be brought back into view in its entirety.
                And though he didn’t provide video or photographic evidence. I believe that the effect he describes is true. As long as the object has not crested the horizon.

                Can you please provide a link to a video where a ship has gone over the horizon, which is something around 14 miles away very roughly speaking, then brought back into full view as mr. Dubay claims is possible?

              • Zzzap says:

                Sure, here is another link of ships reappearing with a zoom lens.


                To take this example even further, imagine how far the light is seen from a lighthouse on a night on the ocean. The distances that visible light is seen from a viewer does not make sense on a ball earth.



              • Steve Smith says:

                “ Sure, here is another link of ships reappearing with a zoom lens.”

                Again, the video doesn’t demonstrate what you claim. The boat in the video did disappear from sight but it didn’t crest the horizon.

                Show me a boat 14 miles away from the observer being brought back into view.
                I maintain that it can’t be demonstrated. No matter how powerful your telescope is. It can’t see around corners.

              • Zzzap says:

                Not sure what you don’t see. I’m a fan of open source investigation, so go to a shore and try it yourself!

                Here’s another link:


                You can clearly see that a boat is zoomed back into view after being hidden by the horizon.

                What about the fact that you are able to see mountain ranges in the distances that should be hidden behind curve?


                Again, all this address in the 200 proofs. Surely it should be easy to disprove ?

                Maybe more than this forum can handle, try your question out here: I bet it has been answered:


              • Steve Smith says:

                @ Zzzap .
                Regarding the lighthouses. Simply bad math.
                Ask yourself why the lighthouses are not visible from fifty miles away. Or sixty miles away. Are the telescopes not capable of seeing the light? Of course they are. But not if the lighthouse is beneath the horizon. Which they are when you cannot see them any longer. Even with a telescope.

              • Zzzap says:

                50 miles away? Would viewing something that is 275 miles away be helpful?

                “The following video shows all the longest distance proofs for flat Earth such as rail guns hitting straight-line targets over a hundred miles away and the world record horizon zoom which captured mountains 275 miles away! Thousands to tens of thousands of feet of supposed curvature would make this video impossible if Earth were truly a globe”

                Link above in reply to your other comment.

                I remember pondering this at a traffic light. I just watched my odometer in my car twirl past the 45,000 km mark after owning it less than a year. I knew that the earth’s circumference is around 40,000 km and I found it hard to believe that I already travelled the entire circumference of the earth? Really, in less than a year I could drive around the earth?

                “ Earth’s circumference is the distance around Earth. Measured around the Equator, it is 40,075.017 km (24,901.461 mi). Measured around the poles, the circumference is 40,007.863 km (24,859.734 mi).[1]

                Well, let’s do some basic math. Travelling 100 km and hour for 24 hours would give me 2400 km driven per day. 40,000 km divided into 2400 km/day gives me roughly 16 days of full time driving?
                Does that seem like a lot to you?

                It would only take me 16 days to drive around the earth?

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                I concede.

                We live on a Pizza.
                It is composed of the earth’s CRUST with VEGGIES on top and is full of CHEEZY jokes.

              • Steve Smith says:

                “ Really, in less than a year I could drive around the earth?”

                As fun as this is, I will have to leave you with this.
                The current sailing record for circumnavigation is 41 days. So yeah. Pretty sure you could.
                And Wikipedia says:

              • Zzzap says:


                I thought I’d give you some time to collect your thoughts and coordinate them into a thoughtful argument. I don’t try to force a horse to drink, so I can’t assume you’ll understand the material if you can’t finish consuming it.
                Don’t you find it amazing that people like Bill Nye, Neil De Grass Tyson, and this Heather character in the video all proclaim that one of the easiest ways to tell will live on a globe is to go to the beach and watch a boat sail over the horizon? And yet it is so clear and easy to do an experiment yourself where boats sail over a horizon, completely out of view, demonstrating that the sailed over the curve.

                New technology and stronger zoom lenses bring that ship right back into view – destroying their proof.

                Indoctrinated globe believers forget that you are on a supposed sphere. The curve does not only happen out in front of you towards the water. The curve should be left and right of you as well.

                SteveSmith, seems like your focus is too narrow and are only looking straight out.
                Look – you should see curve everywhere!!

                The two videos I sent you clearly show this.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Here’s a link that summarizes a few experiments that can be done to show that the earth is not flat and in round:

      I tried to find a site that lacked insults and calling people “conspiracy theorists” because they think the earth is flat, or that it might be flat.

      This trend of insulting people and calling them “deniers” actually does not add any validity whatsoever to a persons argument.

      • cu.h.j says:

        There were some insults here, my apologies. Nevertheless, the examples are good, particularly with shadows and the existence of time zones.

      • nicolasn says:

        Hi, I thank you for your comment, there is indeed no need for insults or condescendence, we’re all (hopefully) just trying to learn stuff and live our best lives. Unfortunately, not everyone shares this maturity, not even on this thread.

        The article you’re referring to reminds me of a ‘fact-checker’ with regards to COVID for instance. It refers to the Flat Earth Society (which is a government-led disinformation campaign, no-one believes what they say) and all of the science in the article is very easily ‘debunked’ (for a lack of better word) and it’s funny how half of the ‘proofs’ come from ancient times (we’re in 2022!)- but I don’t want to use hundreds of words here – I suggest any of David Weiss’ presentations

        Also, I raised many impossibilities with the current model, and there’s the obvious fakery from NASA with green screens and augmented reality gone wrong, but no-one’s addressing this…

        Have a good day, anyway 🙂

        • cu.h.j says:

          Can you explain how they are debunked particularly the effect of gravity?

          This is the strongest evidence for a spherical earth. Look back at the article and explain how shadows and gravity can be debunked. It would be interesting to know why the laws of physics no longer apply.

          • Steve Smith says:

            I am trying very hard not to be insulting but it is difficult.
            It seems that Nicolas has done quite a bit of lazy investigation into this but has neglected to inform himself of some simple physics such as buoyancy and displacement.
            I respectfully suggest that Nicolas listen to or watch some material made by a few science minded debunkers and then seriously look into the science as best he can.
            He is exhibiting the signs of a choir member in a cult. If you only listen to the doctrine of the cult you will certainly be led astray. If you listen to the people who have a different story with an open mind and then successfully debunk their false facts with your own true ones then you’re on solid footing.
            If you’re only repeating the words of others you’re likely abetting deception.

          • mutig says:

            Someone had better tell the airlines the earth is flat. They’re still flying the polar route.

            • Fact Checker says:

              This is a bad argument against Flat Earth, actually, because no flights ever fly over Antartica–it’s controlled airspace.

              So this is common grist for the Flat-Earthers’ mill, since they insist that the air space is closed specifically to conceal the fact that there’s no South Pole, but instead, flying in any direction will lead to an ice-wall, or the diamond firmament, or the edge of the disc, or whatever.

              (I hope it’s obvious I’m not espousing those arguments, I’m just giving a little warning to anyone foolish enough to argue this point with a Flat-Earther.)

          • Zzzap says:

            I also thought it would be VERY easy to debate anyone who would argue with the shape of the earth.
            Don’t be fooled, this has been argued for a long time,

            This book claimed to have 200 proofs the Earth is NOT a spinning ball,

            I definitely thought I could help the lost souls.
            Do your best and enlighten us all,


            • cu.h.j says:

              I found another link that’s better about some of the physics of the spherical earth argument:


              When I have time, I will go back and look over the material on gravity and I think light refraction is also involved, but I will review.

              To be honest, it’s been over 20 years since I took a physics class. I took three semesters of calculus based physics as part of my requirement for a bachelors in the biological sciences, so my physics is still pretty basic and will have to review.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Here’s an interesting guardian article I found relating to the flat earth theory. This article mentions a professor and researcher in math and physics who has supporting research that the shape is not a perfect sphere.


                It might be interesting to get his book.

                I think a person cold spend years researching this.

              • Duck says:

                Flat earth is a psy op to make conspiracy theory look dumb … I also think it’s kinda useful as a gauge of who is most susceptible to media Mind control

                But a daylight map is a pretty good example of why it’s physics don’t work

                How would the daylight line work on a flat earth…?

              • Zzzap says:

                Ah yes The Foucault Pendulum.
                I remember visiting the Ontario Science Ctr here where they had a version of this. I thought it was interesting that when our class got there on a Monday morning, the scientist student had to get it “started” by pushing it as it was resting motionless when we arrived.

                Anyway, this is addressed in the link above and I’ll quote:

                The Foucault Pendulum

                “140) Foucault’s Pendulums are often quoted as proof of a rotating Earth but upon closer investigation prove the opposite. To begin with, Foucault’s pendulums do not uniformly swing in any one direction. Sometimes they rotate clockwise and sometimes counter-clockwise, sometimes they fail to rotate and sometimes they rotate far too much. The behavior of the pendulum actually depends on 1) the initial force beginning its swing and, 2) the ball-and-socket joint used which most-readily facilitates circular motion over any other. The supposed rotation of the Earth is completely inconsequential and irrelevant to the pendulum’s swing. If the alleged constant rotation of the Earth affected pendulums in any way, then there should be no need to manually start pendulums in motion. If the Earth’s diurnal rotation caused the 360 degree uniform diurnal rotation of pendulums, then there should not exist a stationary pendulum anywhere on Earth!”

              • cu.h.j says:

                Correction, this professor in the guardian article is a geological engineer.

              • cu.h.j says:


                This could be true:

                “Flat earth is a psy op to make conspiracy theory look dumb … I also think it’s kinda useful as a gauge of who is most susceptible to media Mind control”

              • Duck says:


                The flat earth is part of the post truth mindset…. unlike tran sex it’s not officially backed up and this provides a good gauge of the loss of connection with reality.
                Jung and Dulles knew each other…chris knowles over at secret sun blog thinks that they came up with the MK projects as a way to remake the world from the ground up thru the mind.

                I can not say that I think he is wrong.

                The majority of people are post truth. Post logic, and crippled in their ability to divine actual reality.THAT is the aim, animals run on emotion and basic drives just like the majority of people today under 30….and it worsens generationally. Most people would fail the gom jabba if your a Dune fan 🙂

                Double think and double speak are to destroy YOUR connection to reality and make you into a Stockholm syndrome slave

            • Zzzap says:

              Ok how about this way :

              “What’s your best evidence that the earth is a ball?”

              Does it start with “experts“?

              Please research the 200 proofs .

              • cu.h.j says:

                Based on the small amount of material I have read, and I did look at the link you posted, I still think the earth is not flat.

                Even if we exclude NASA photos, the existence of time zones, day and night, and phases of the moon are enough to nudge me in the direction of a more round or spherical shape. There’s some debate around the symmetry it seems, perhaps it’s elliptical.

                Though there are well thought out arguments among flat earth supporters and I can understand why one would distrust NASA, I think the evidence is more compelling for a round or semi-spherical earth. Additionally, I don’t think deception around the shape of the earth serves any purpose for our psychopathic rulers.

                What do they gain by lying about the shape of the earth? It’s always good to look at motive, and what someone stands to gain. I see no gain here. Because I don’t think there is a motive to lie, I think the earth is probably not flat, like the ancient Greeks attempted to prove centuries ago and made a compelling argument.

                I also don’t think insulting people to support a position is compelling either. So, I don’t like the insults thrown at the “flat-earthers” either.

                As a rounder earth supporter myself, I would still like to form community with the flat earthers to stop this threat to our existence, the scamdemic.

              • Zzzap says:

                NASA is the biggest black budget black hole in existence sucking in over 30 billion dollars taxpayer money for the fake moon landings alone. But it is about much more than just money.

                The modern Atheist Big Bang Heliocentric Globe-Earth Chance Evolution paradigm spiritually controls humanity by removing God, or any sort of intelligent design, and replacing purposeful divine creation with haphazard random cosmic coincidence.

                “The heliocentric theory, by putting the sun at the center of the universe … made man appear to be just one of a possible host of wanderers drifting through a cold sky. It seemed less likely that he was born to live gloriously and to attain paradise upon his death. Less likely, too, was it that he was the object of God’s ministrations.” -Morris Kline

                By removing Earth from the motionless center of the Universe, these Masons have moved us physically and metaphysically from a place of supreme importance to one of complete nihilistic indifference. If the Earth is the center of the Universe, then the ideas of God, creation, and a purpose for human existence are resplendent. But if the Earth is just one of billions of planets revolving around billions of stars in billions of galaxies, then the ideas of God, creation, and a specific purpose for Earth and human existence become highly implausible.

                By surreptitiously indoctrinating us into their scientific materialist Sun-worship, not only do we lose faith in anything beyond the material, we gain absolute faith in materiality, superficiality, status, selfishness, hedonism and consumerism. If there is no God, and everyone is just an accident, then all that really matters is me, me, me. They have turned Madonna, the Mother of God, into a material girl living in a material world. Their rich, powerful corporations with slick Sun-cult logos sell us idols to worship, slowly taking over the world while we tacitly believe their “science,” vote for their politicians, buy their products, listen to their music, and watch their movies, sacrificing our souls at the altar of materialism.

                Why They Lie To Us About The Flat Earth Suns1

                Our eyes and experience tell us the Earth is flat and motionless, and everything in the sky revolves around us. When we cease to believe our own eyes and experience we must prostrate ourselves at the feet of the very pseudo-scientists who blinded us, to treat them as “experts,” astronomical “priests” who have special knowledge only they can access, like the Hubble telescope. By brainwashing us of something so gigantic and fundamental, it makes every other kind of lesser indoctrination a piece of cake!

                Earth being the flat, fixed center of the universe, around which everything in the heavens revolves denotes a special importance and significance not only the Earth, but to us humans, the most intelligent among the intelligent designer’s designs. By turning Earth into a spinning ball thrown around the Sun and shot through infinite space from a Godless Big Bang they turn humanity into a random meaningless, purposeless accident of a blind, dumb universe! It’s trauma-based mind-control! They beat the divinity out of us with their mental manipulations.

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

              • Zzzap says:

                And the end-game of this deception is world domination which they plan on ushering in based on a fake alien invasion like in ID4 and other sci-fi movies. A hundreds years ago nobody believed in “aliens.” Nowadays everyone’s sure they exist because of NASA, Disclosure Project and other propaganda programs.

                “When I was a little kid, I once asked my 90 year-old great-grandfather if he thought aliens existed. He laughed heartily and said of course not. Later on I asked my 60 year-old grandfather the same question. He said he wasn’t sure if they existed or not. When I first asked my 30 year-old dad about it, he said there were billions of galaxies and planets just like ours and so there were most likely other forms of life out there somewhere. Nowadays when I ask my 9 year-old students who believes aliens exist, in every class, almost every student raises their hands. NASA and the Hollywood Masonic propaganda machine have been in overdrive for the past 60+ years trying to inculcate us into a belief in extra-terrestrial aliens, and it seems to be working.”

              • cu.h.j says:


                But the Greeks figured this out centuries ago. It made the most sense at the time. And why is the big bang godless necessarily?

                If you think about it, they mystery of what existed before the big bang, supports an agnostic view, that leaves room for something “more.”

                Is life less mysterious if we know the earth to be round? What if it’s an elliptical shape and not flat, who cares?

                I don’t think there’s any concrete evidence that a god exists, but the fact that we exist at all leaves room for the possibility. If the earth was flat, does this prove god exists? I don’t think it does.

                And I do think earth is special because we are here and we have a diversity of life on the planet. There probably are aliens if there is water on other planets. And it would be nice to get to meet them some day, if I could.

              • bleak says:

                cu.h.j. said “Additionally, I don’t think deception around the shape of the earth serves any purpose for our psychopathic rulers.”

                Distraction. Distraction from their earthly lies, distraction from knowing our true selves, the nature of the rulers, and the world we live “in”… uh on.

              • bleak says:

                I am currently reading the 200 proofs article.

                What if someone (with substantial finances) rigged a drone with telemetry, gps, cams… set it up in the air about 100 feet to HOVER there for 24 hours (or longer, the tech exists). Keep it at the same latitude/longitude within 5° plus/minus with error correction. Erect a 100 foot pole in the ground (for easy visual confirmation) and fly that baby up there.

                This would either confirm or disprove #21 in the article.

                “21) If the Earth were truly constantly spinning Eastwards at over 1000mph, helicopters and hot-air balloons should be able to simply hover over the surface of the Earth and wait for their destinations to come to them!”

                If after 12 hours the drone was 180° longitude/latitude and returned to it’s original position after 24 hours, the earth is spherical. But if the drone were at the same longitude/latitude and never waivered, the earth is flat.

                What’s wrong with it besides the money?

              • Fact Checker says:


                If you kept the drone at constant longitude, as you suggest, it would necessarily follow the rotation of the Earth and just stay stationary relative to where you raised it. You would never be able to untether a drone from the magnetic field and tidal lock of Earth’s gravity so as to get the drone to achieve inertia independent of Earth’s pull, without blasting the drone not only into orbit, but in fact outside the Solar System.

                Good lord, what am I doing?!?!?!

              • Zzzap says:

                bleak, factchecker

                LOL – Awesome, I promise you either way you will become more appreciated of whatever the shape of what we live on is exactly anyway.
                Fact Checker:
                LOL – Please, next time you’re brewing a number to defecate, pull up a the link, sit down with your favorite beverage or vice, and use your fact checker analytical skills on this, even for little old me.
                My skin is thick, I can take it.

                It took me a long time to go through the proofs. I enjoyed learning about the Michelson-Morley and Sagnac experiments.

                18) The Michelson-Morley and Sagnac experiments attempted to measure the change in speed of light due to Earth’s assumed motion through space. After measuring in every possible different direction in various locations they failed to detect any significant change whatsoever, again proving the stationary geocentric model.

                There is a great video clip of a gopro camera, void of any fish lens, mounted atop a high-altitude weather balloon. Apparently, it reached an altitude of something over 120,000 ft. Two things I found amazing:

                1) A localized HOT SPOT!! The sun is also seen in the footage with the clouds underneath it clearly showing a localized warm spot from the reflection of the sun. Clearly demonstrating it isn’t 93 million miles away! – JAW DROPPING. So much so, I will go back and revisit it with a timestamp link.

                2) No curve at all in the video footage. The horizon is completely flat left to right the entire time.

              • Zzzap says:

                High altitude camera footage without fisheye lens:

                Timestamp starts at 36:23.



                During my research, I found a lot of footage of this exact experiment. Tying a camera to a weather balloon and filming it all.

              • bleak says:

                One argument against a flat earth that I don’t see mentioned anywhere…

                Over-the-horizon radar.

                Did the military spend billions (trillions?) on it just to fakeusout? They didn’t need to do that cuz we were already faked as fook.


                Duga was responsible for Chernobyl btw and don’t let anyone tell you different.

              • bleak says:

                FC said “If you kept the drone at constant longitude, as you suggest, it would necessarily follow the rotation of the Earth and just stay stationary relative to where you raised it.”

                Well yeah, that’s the point. If the earth were round, longitude readings would change. But if the earth were flat, longitude would stay constant.

                FC said “You would never be able to untether a drone from the magnetic field and tidal lock of Earth’s gravity so as to get the drone to achieve inertia independent of Earth’s pull, without blasting the drone not only into orbit, but in fact outside the Solar System.”

                Not inertia but constant correction (aka auto-pilot) to maintain the same longitude/latitude despite gravity, wind etc. I think even Python could do that lol. [In his secret underground lab in a parallel universe, the smarter (but slightly uglier) alternate-bleak whips out his raspberry pi. print(“Goodbye World!”)]

                FC said “Good lord, what am I doing?!?!?!”

                What you are destined to do.

              • Zzzap says:


                Quoting again

                “Whether at sea-level, the top of Mount Everest, or flying a hundred thousand feet in the air, the always horizontal horizon line always rises up to meet the eye-level of the observer and remains perfectly flat. You can test for yourself on a beach or hilltop, in a large field or desert, aboard a hot-air balloon or helicopter; you will see the panoramic horizon ascend with you right at eye level and remain completely flat all around. If the Earth were actually a big ball, however, the horizon should sink as you ascend, not rise to your eye-level, and it would dip at each end of your periphery, not remain flat all around. Standing in a rising balloon, you would have to look downwards to the horizon, more and more the further you ascended; the highest point of the ball-Earth would be directly beneath you and declining on each side.”


                I took a couple of basic cartography courses in University. When working on contour maps, I found it interesting to think an entire coast line of a continent (Africa for example) has a shore line that would be at a uniform ‘sea level’.

                Absorbing what I was drawing, I was scratching my head to make sense of the fact that the entire land mass had a uniform sea level. When you look at the land mass on a globe, you can clearly see the curve even though I know the natural physics of water is to remain and find its own level.

                Make any sense?
                The first contour line of the entire continent is at a flat ‘sea level”.

              • Fact Checker says:


                “If the earth were round, longitude readings would change.”


                Good holy Christ on a goddamn stick, humans are hopeless.



            • Duck says:

              Actually I was talking about the map that shows the line of daylight as it travels across the earth…. it’s not a straight line as a flat earth would give…. byron
              T either easy I don’t really care if the earth were flat it would make zero difference to what’s actually going on…. on alien life the Collins brothers discussed house old that ideas is, I know they talked to mr corbett but I think it’s a Jay Dyer interview about their book which I have not read.

              • jo-ann says:

                If the earth was flat, there wouldn’t be a line because there would be no dark side.

              • Zzzap says:

                I admitted earlier that I thought I could easily debate ANYONE who disputed that the earth was NOT a ball.

                I ran into a book ( linked above ) that had 200 solid proofs I was wrong.

                DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH .

                I’ll also admit that it took longer than a couple of minutes on a forum posts for me to believe I was fooled.
                I had to try and experiment for myself!

                I’ll ask again, what’s your best UNREFUTABLE proof we are on a ball only 23,000 miles large?

                As for the dateline and seasons: Here is a post from the links I provided earlier for some good solid research on this topic.

                I’m not here to convince anyone, just telling you how and what resources convinced me I was duped.

                How Seasons work on an infinitely flat and expansive plane ? :


                You’ll notice that the first topic ever taught in schools to babies is that the earth is a round globe earth.
                I see the indoctrination begins early.

              • cu.h.j says:


                I was looking into this topic more and found a weird article that was kind of hard for me to fully understand, but the gist of it is that it seems like there are people who study language to control narratives online.

                It’s kind of creepy:

                This has nothing to do directly with “flat earth” theory, but that state actors try to control the narrative and it sounds like they have a mathematical model for doing so.

                What this means to me is that people should look at primary sources as much as possible. I am biased towards the round earth model. But why is the government trying to manipulate discourses? It’s creepy and perhaps we can learn more about how they are doing this to shift the narrative.

              • Zzzap says:


                LOL – I love it . I peeked an interest?

                You say:

                “What this means to me is that people should look at primary sources as much as possible”

                One of the first lessons I learned for myself studying this topic was this exact thing.
                I began to trust myself. I began to think of myself as a primary source.

                The earthing video that Steve Smith sent above sparked this again for me.

                Ever try and meditate on this answer yourself?

                I ask you why do we need to trust the “experts”? Who are they anyway? Fauci ?
                What is the best argument you have to convince yourself you live on a spinning ball?

                Personally, I became skeptical of my own solutions when they relied on “experts”.

                Well the task now is to test your “experts” as best you can.

                I’ve updated some links above. Have you seen what experiments you can try for yourself?

              • cu.h.j says:

                I also do trust laws of physics as well and math, and though I am certainly biased based on my education, still think the round earth model is a better one.

                However, when you said this has been debated a long long time, you were right. And the discussion is more complex than I initially thought.

                Flat earth hypotheses must also be made on models, like the round earth model, and laws of physics must be considered.

                Thus, in my spare time, will see if I can find something that compares different models and how they fit into what we know about physics.

              • Zzzap says:

                “I also do trust laws of physics as well and math, and though I am certainly biased based on my education, still think the round earth model is a better one.”

                Careful, this could be construed as me ignorant of those things.
                I know you did not mean it that way, my skin is thick and I could not care if you did.
                I will tell you that when I finally succumb to the idea that I was misled, I did’nt have to change any of the way I performed my physics calculations. The car started the same way, and my eggs tasted exactly the same.
                It did teach me to scrutinize everything I was taught.
                Including the differences between words like “theory” and “scientific theory”
                Anyway, a personally journey for anyone who wants to try.

              • cu.h.j says:


                I didn’t mean to insult you. I need to review the round earth model and how that relates to the laws of gravity. When I review this I will post something here.

                Physics is a fascinating field of study, and I have only surface understanding, but will attempt to find theoretical models of the earth’s shape and see what one seems more probable.

                Either way, I don’t think people should find this topic divisive.

                I think our government, controlled by wealthy elitists want to divide and rule and have studied ways to do this and I found it interesting that “flat earth” was mentioned in what I posted above.

                What I have learned from exploring this topic, glossing over it really, is that narrative is very important to them. So, “flat earth” exploration has revealed to me that narrative is something they care about and triggering division.

                Back to earth shape, I will continue to try to find models.

              • Zzzap says:

                I know you didn’t cu h.j ! Virtual hug!

                Love everyone here – the more people who take time to scrutinize and sift through the shit they are shoveling is tough unrewarding work. We are really working the trenches together to understand some truth or sense of what is really happening. The more views and perspectives on the matter, the better.

                To scrutinize the world, we live on does seem like a natural place to go. The ‘open source’ and ‘investigate for yourself attitude’ is what has me here, and the idea of a flat earth model takes that same dedication to understand.

                I think why the new user @nicolasn brought this up in the first place?

              • nicolasn says:

                Hi Zzzap, very true. All I want is to learn. In some old texts, it is said that we can perceive truth in three ways: through personal experience, through reasoning, and through testimony. But neither is reliable, so as much as possible, all three need to be used in conjunction.

                Research far and wide.

                I came to see that the heliocentric model is impossible, but that still brings up an unbelievable amount of questions (Eric Dubay, David Weiss, or Ewaranon haven’t figured it all out either, and are mistaken on some bits, I think).
                What I would like to see of course, is people working together to come to more answers, but just like with the germ theory, the belief in the ball runs deep.

                My skin is not as thick as yours, I think. I pulled out of this chat quite quickly when I noticed people’s resistance, and personal attacks towards me. It’s a shame people don’t see that most of the time, when accusing people of this or that, it’s actually what they themselves are guilty of.
                Why accuse me of being lazy or idiotic without knowing anything about me, or even bothering to read my initial post more carefully?

                No-one acknowledged the obvious NASA fakery or other points I raised, for instance.

                People talk of ‘basic physics’… but we are said to be spinning (which is constant acceleration – and at huge, variable speeds on top of that) so how could we not feel anything? Would the magical force called gravity be working in different directions, and at varying degrees, all of the time?

                Or how could moonlight be making object colder, if it was a reflection of the sun?

                Anyway, there is so much to look into, it’s tricky to convey much in these little boxes in a forum. People need to take the time, look at many presentations, and yes, check stuff for yourself! We can see too far! The phases of the moon make no sense! …

                For me, this kind of forum is clearly not the place… I was just testing the waters. I’ll wait for the rare opening in ‘real life’ with people… Well done for your steadiness, anyway.

                I’m just annoyed every time I watch James Corbett and see that spinning ball on his computer…! 🙂

                There really is much to look into, James. 🙂
                It would be amazing if you had the courage to do a presentation on it, or interview someone on the topic!


                and anything by Eric Dubay and David Weiss.

                But also look up Fomenko when it comes to history, and search for Tartaria, mudflood, giants, melted buildings, atmospheric energy…! It’s really exciting. History has been re-written before. We not only know where we are, we also don’t know where we come from…

                Have fun, people, have an open mind, keep learning! (Be excited when it turns out you were wrong about this or that!)

              • Zzzap says:

                Its suppose to be a truth site devoted to open source investigation – but we’ll believe the NASA experts.

                FYI: I have brought up this topic before and shared my moonlight experiments with Jed. You’ll notice many characters who ask questions, but never perform experiments for themselves. All trust is in outside experts. When indoctrinated at an early age, this is the strongest belief we have but one of the easiest to disprove!

                I’ll also note here that there has not been one response to any of the flat earth questions posed to the audience here. The water here is still too frigid for this topic.

                “I’m just annoyed every time I watch James Corbett and see that spinning ball on his computer…!” 🙂

                Me too buddy! Me too!


                I know you’re not after a debate.

                What flavor do you think taxes are?
                Do you think the federal reserve is a ginger bread house?

              • Steve Smith says:

                “Its suppose to be a truth site devoted to open source investigation – but we’ll believe the NASA experts.”

                You’re not asking people to simply be skeptical of NASA. You are expecting people to reject the work and research of the best scientists of the time going back over two thousand years.
                You’re asking me, someone who has sailed small vessels around continents and across oceans using navigation based on the works of greatest minds throughout history to admit that it has all been a millennial long hoax. And I’m not just talking about little electronic GPS devices.
                Though I didn’t have to rely on the sextant and the nautical almanac for my voyages. My father and older brother did. They built a boat and sailed from California through the South Pacific and as far as the Tasman Sea before it was lost in a storm did. Did NASA fake that?

                You present evidence that consists of video which has no frame of reference and I am expected to take the honesty of the creator on faith. He says that the object is two hundred miles away and you’re nuts if you don’t trust him.
                But you’re also nuts if you have any faith in The great astronomers and thinkers.

                I enjoy the dialogue with you guys sometimes but I do resent the unwarranted pomposity that so often accompanies it.

              • Jed says:

                @Zzzap, I did the Moon temp. experiment, pretty wild — I recorded the light area to be a little (very little) bit colder than the shade.
                I did more research into the flat Earth thing — brought binos to the beach, again — same results, distal objects disappear from the bottom up, showing this world to be round. That’s looking S’ on the Atlantic, when I go N’ and look out to the LI Sound (looking N’E’) I can even see the curve (with E’ CT in the background). But who knows, this reality could very well be a dream, a collective dream. I don’t know where you live but you’re welcome to come here and see for yourself, I’ll show you, I live on E’ Long Island.
                Really though, time and energy are better spent battling the forces that are trying to kill us with this vaccine mandate, among other things.

              • Steve Smith says:

                I shouldn’t assume that you are familiar with celestial navigation and how directly related it is to the mathematical calculations that are based upon and derived from the roundish earth model.
                Here’s a link that discusses it in detail.


              • Zzzap says:

                SteveSmith –

                Thank you again for your quick and guttural written response! Some may keep thought s to themselves, and learn and discover silently on their own, however, I appreciate the fact that you took the opposite route.

                I think what you are experiencing is called Cognitive Dissonance.

                Firstly, don’t shoot the messenger!

                (Hint: use Cntrl+ F to bring the search bar and RESEARCH all links given by all the users.)

                These soulless creatures who DARE question the narrative do not magically flip flop the shape of the earth underneath your feet.

                Whatever it is, I can assure you that it has been that way forever.

                Experts have all made their claims centuries ago, but I think its important to investigate who [experts] are and who dictates the science.

                Doesn’t this all seem very familiar? I guess we should resort to Dr. Fauci, because HE is clearly the ‘science’.

                Have you hit the snooze button a couple of times in your life regarding this topic?

                You have access to a sail boat and you have eyes, I’ll assume you can read the stars.

                Ever test the mathematical model yourself?

                Ever pick a big and distinguishable landmark on the shore and then decide to sail away from it?

                According to our current world model, it won’t take you very long before you can no longer see it because you sailed ‘beyond the curve”.

                Maybe bring your math skills and a pair of binoculars?

                Test how far you can see your landmark.
                Even better, do a test every day for over a year as you charter clients on expensive fishing adventures. Somedays the weather will bring skies that are foggy and dark. On magical days, you will be welcome to calm waters and clear skies.

                You will then begin to question the numbers you’ve marked on your boat as you measured the distances. Despite the fact that we are trained to ignore what are eyes and bodies can easily see!

                Even if you test with MATH – a globe model makes no sense.

                Ever take timelapse photography of the night sky while you were focused on Polaris?

                Ever stop to think that the result looked a lot like a clock? Everything rotating around a center star?

                Ever wonder why all constellations have never changed and remained fixed in the sky?

                Ever wonder who invented the Astrolabe or Astrolathe?
                Amazing how Vikings could easily navigate the world using these tools – however, not what I was taught.

                Ever wonder how programs like Stellarium know exactly where all the heavenly bodies will be on any given time in either the future or past? Hint (Astrolathe)

                Always lots to learn. Don’t hit snooze or Dr. Fauci will tell you what’s good for you.

                Try to enjoy the feeling of cognitive dissonance I also experienced.

                Know that you can fill it with whatever you want – and not what only Dr. Fauci is telling you.

              • Steve Smith says:

                Are you incapable of replying to the points I actually made in my post? Or are juvenile attempts at trying to insult me the extent of what I can expect from you?

              • Zzzap says:

                Interesting, re-reading these posts, it seems you never answer the questions.

                Insults don’t further the discussion, and I’m immune to your attempts at them.

                As ususal, it’s clear you have nothing to add to the debate on hand.

              • cu.h.j says:

                “Know that you can fill it with whatever you want – and not what only Dr. Fauci is telling you.”

                What does Fauci have to do with the shape of the earth?

                You mean Eratosthenes of Cyrene 2000 years ago is similar to Fauci?

                And regarding Fauci, some of what he says is true. He mentioned pathogenic priming and that masks don’t work, then later lied about it.

                I think the issue with earth shape is that flat earth supporters don’t believe in gravity, or not understand that we wouldn’t feel the rotation of the earth.

                Some people will always think the shape is round, because it is intuitive to them. Some think the shape is flat or a disc of infinite size that extends forever and they believe this intuitively. Who ever is right, what difference does this make?

                What consequence does this have on the here and now and the situation at hand?

                And what does this have to do with Fauci though? Are you implying all scientists who support a round earth are like Fauci?

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                For the record…
                “Flat Earth” snubbed and ridiculed on stage at the Activist Event “Defeat the Mandates: An American Homecoming” on Sunday January 23 in Washington, D.C.

                I think this is a great approach in activist action.
                The Press and mainstream use this silly “Flat Earth” idea to discredit the movement.

                These type of silly ideas always get mileage during times of activist action against the Powers That Should Not Be.
                Anyone with common sense knows that the PTSNB use this type of disinfo to marginalize activist actions.

                Any non-stupid truther recognizes that the Powers That Should Not Be will perpetuate and promote weird off-the-wall theories into the truther camp in order to discredit them.

                I don’t have a problem with people sanely discussing these nutty ideas.
                But I do have a problem with their loud promotion/dissemination which positions the truther camp as fringe weirdos.

                We are playing for all the marbles here.
                I ain’t gonna have a few folks jam the gears.

              • Zzzap says:

                What documentary does Corbett have regarding the History of Big Oil/Pharma?

                Who owns those institutions?

                Please do your own research: IT’s all there!!

                ” The fact of the matter is, however, that Eratosthenes’ calculations were made assuming the Sun to be millions of miles away so that its rays would fall perfectly parallel even in points as divergent as Syene and Alexandria. This faulty premise led to his faulty conclusion, which was eventually exposed upon the invention of the nautical sextant. Using sextants and plane trigonometry, by measuring the Sun’s angle at two points on Earth simultaneously and factoring their distance from each other, the Pythagorean theorum reveals both the height and dimensions of the Sun. Using this method, the Sun and Moon have repeatedly been calculated to be approximately 32 miles in diameter, 3000 miles from the surface of the Earth. High altitude balloon footage has also filmed lighting hot-spots on clouds proving the Sun to be local and acting as a spotlight, and not a burning ball of gas millions of miles away as supposed by heliocentrists. After Eratosthenes, the globe-Earth theory completely disappeared from philosophical thought and recorded history for almost two millennia. Geocentric flat-Earth cosmologies continued to reign supreme, with even Eratosthenes himself, touted as the “Father of Geography,” depicting the Earth as flat in his famous 194 B.C. map of the world. Crates of Mallus invented the first model globe-Earth around this time as well, but it failed to have any effect on the world at large.”

                I also remember a NASA shill actor having to admit that the model that this ancient expert (no one today can measure the earth now?) would also work true on a flat plane.

              • cu.h.j says:

                The sun is a star a ball of gas that serves as a heat source and provides light. Our planet would freeze without the heat from the sun.

                A round earth model makes more sense to me than a flat model. And not every single scientist/ “expert” is corrupt.

                Similarly not every scientist is ethical thus requires scrutiny from the public.

                Also this debate as Duck has noted makes no difference to the tyranny that threatens the survival of our species.

                Neither does the virus/no virus debate. IMHO

              • Steve Smith says:

                “Also this debate as Duck has noted makes no difference to the tyranny that threatens the survival of our species.

                Neither does the virus/no virus debate. IMHO”

                You’re a smart lady. I agree. And as fun as it can be sometimes to engage with people who are so attached to these distracting narratives, (I’m a big sci-fi fan too).
                Most of the time the conversations become unpleasant and counterproductive.
                Not worth the time to try to relate to folks who are more interested in getting you to accept their premise rather than objectively discuss it.
                And then make comments like this:

                “Thank you again for your quick and guttural written response! Some may keep thought s to themselves, and learn and discover silently on their own”

                What did I say to deserve that?

              • Zzzap says:


                You’re back, even though you have clearly said you are not interested in this debate.
                Since you’re keeping a record, I’d like to add the following:

                1) You have not added anything meaningful or intelligent to this conversation, instead simply dismissing it. What’s with you always trying to control the narrative?

                2) What is your motivation for constantly monitoring discussions here? What level of truth are we allowed to discuss here? Can we speak of anything regarding OPERATION HIGHJUMP?

                3) You have not provided any meaningful information or links to why you think the world is a pizza.


                Don’t get lazy in your research.

                Are you claiming your brother and father are experts because they built a boat and navigated the globe in it? Were they the first and ever to do so? Can you provide resources and exactly what proof they have?

                Let me know when you’re setting off on your boat and what landmark you used to start your experiment. Maybe you can post a photo or video?


                My grocery store is becoming sparser and it is the dead of winter. Never witnessed that ever – frightening times.
                I hope that Arby finds as many pine needles and maple leaves. He will feel much better.

                Arby, stay strong buddy! I’m in the same boat as you! – I’m praying for you!

                I have enough for tea and to feed the families around me. I remember hunting rabbit and squirrel as a kid. We do have squirrels in our city trees. I have already bagged a few of them. I guess we’ll learn to love the taste of racoon and canadian geese.
                Anything deep fried, right Duck?
                Fun times ahead!
                Anyway, trying to keep my mind off my hunger:

                I’m confused when you say “our planet would freeze without the heat from the sun”
                Nowhere in the research I have done or in the links I provided, does it state that a flat earth model discredits the heat from the sun.
                I have not witnessed my non ball earth suddenly freezing. In fact, I enjoy the same seasons and weather you do!
                I feel the heat from the sun, my plants feel it and I believe in photosynthesis.

                Discovering you live on a motionless flat PLANE-t seems to hurt people’s EGO.

                It was CLEAR to me that the PHYSICS of what we were told happened on 9/11 did not make sense.
                I remember watching three towers fall on their own footprint by two aluminum airplanes that had a combined mass the fraction of what those building weighed. I always thought intelligent expert people who understand simple PHYSICS could definitely tell us the TRUTH.
                How could the PHYSICS of the entire 911 saga not reveal the TRUTH?
                Professional “experts” distort the truth. It involves having you discredit yourself and believe in their authority.
                The numerous professionals over the decades that have been censored for providing a model of the earth, do so that explain what is actually happening to the world around as viewed through observation and experience.

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

              • Zzzap says:

                I don’t think it’s anyone’s intention to propose a new model that does not fit with what we actually witness.
                There are many flat earth shills.
                The links I have run into and shared with you, seem to make the most sense based on logic and experiments we can do and verify for ourselves.

                2021-2022: trudeau dictates the Science in kanada.

                Some people believed the ‘Science’ and got injected, others believed in ‘science’ and did not. What’s true?

                Personally, I’d rather die knowing the cells in my body are not being influenced by a big pharma funded product of eugenicists.
                I’d rather die knowing TRUE science then being prescribed their ‘Science’.

                Don’t hit SNOOZE on the research.

                Do you expect James Corbett to cover this topic for you?

                James Corbett, will you?

              • Zzzap says:

                cu h.j. :

                The similarities between the science being dictated during this COVID1984 scamdemic is a lot like flat earth debate.

                Who needs science when we have “JUDICIAL NOTICE”?

                When I see the following it reminds me of the flat earth topic:

                MASK = GRAVITY (remember it’s only a theory)

                VAXSANE = GLOBE BELIEF

                NORMAL BEINGS (made with > 70% water) = trust natural PHYSICS of water to illustrate TRUTH

                You can live your life without the mask (gravity) by just enjoying the normal laws of buoyancy and density and the natural PHYSICS of water you can see for yourself!

    • Alchemist says:

      Let’s play a game.

      Heads: it’s flat

      Tails: we’re on a spinning ball hurling through space thousands of miles per hour

      Suddenly I feel dizzy.
      Must be the wine.

    • “I have a question – why does James not talk about the flat earth?”

      One blue sky above us
      One ocean, lapping all our shores
      One earth so green and round
      Who could ask for more?

      And because I love you
      I’ll give it one more try
      To show my rainbow race
      It’s too soon to die

      Some folks want to be like an ostrich;
      Bury their heads in the sand
      Some hope for plastic dreams
      To unclench all those greedy hands

      Some want to take the easy way:
      Poisons, bombs! They think we need ’em
      Don’t they know you can’t kill all the unbelievers
      There’s no shortcut to freedom

      One blue sky above us
      One ocean, lapping all our shores
      One earth so green and round
      Who could ask for more?

      And because I love you
      I’ll give it one more try
      To show my rainbow race
      It’s too soon to die

      Go tell, go tell all the little children!
      Go tell mothers and fathers, too:
      Now’s our last chance to learn to share
      What’s been given to me and you

      One blue sky above us
      One ocean, lapping all our shores
      One earth so green and round
      Who could ask for more?

      • Steve Smith says:

        (But if you don’t agree with me we’ll die! This issue is the plainly the most important in creation.
        Of course terrain and germ theory is as well. So’s climate change and immigration.

        We can always talk later about freedom, the future and the beauty of ecology.
        But more pressing at the moment is discs and globes and something called blockchain technology.)

        Seriously Fawlty, yours was a beautiful poem. Please forgive my lighthearted reply. 🙂

        • I wish I could have written those lyrics!

          Pete Seeger was the songwriter.
          The lyrics are so meaningful/appropriate, even more so today, 50 years after they were written.

          The album was ‘Rainbow Race’.
          1.   “Last Train to Nuremberg”
          5.   “My Rainbow Race”
          7.   “Old Devil Time”

  85. westerncivic says:

    I can’t help but wonder if certain upthread comments aren’t designed to make it difficult for some of us to associate. And they do.

    Its sort of like the stooge who shows up at an anti lockdown protest with a trump flag, only worse.

    Racial or cultural superiority theories are a non starter for anarchists. F that hierarchy nonsense right out of the gate.


    • cu.h.j says:

      I agree that bigotry, like racism, sexism, and cultural superiority are distasteful characteristics.

      But I think that these type of arguments are created by pitting people against one another and collective blame.

      I remember a really polite black patient I treated 6 months ago told me that “all lives matter” when I apologized for the wait. He said he understood that there were people who were sicker than he was who needed to go first.

      Of course black lives matter and all lives matter. No one is superior in the eyes of God, IMHO

    • Duck says:

      I don’t think everyone here is an anarchist, but that aside just because you and someone else don’t agree there is nothing stopping you associating with anyone you DO agree with.

      As to cultures… I 100% think Europeean culture is far better than others but I also 109% have zero desire or right to force it on anyone else who thinks their own is better

      surely in an anarchist world people will be free to be as obnoxiously racist as they like?

      No government would be authorized to break up and integrate white only neighborhoods or black nationalist communities or Turkish ghettos or any other weird grouping people choose…mormon only towns, Muslim only areas, whatever people like
      Industrial society homogenized people horribly

      • cu.h.j says:

        I agree with your assessment of European culture. Particularly because I think I have more rights here than I would in an Islamic country, being a woman. I think women are people, just like men and have the same natural rights of association, work and education and such.

        Also, I don’t think people should be forced to integrate or forced to separate.

        I happen to enjoy meeting people from different backgrounds, races, and cultures, so long as they also respect me and my culture (which is American).

        I have had friends from different races growing up in a city, Asian, Samoan, black, Hispanic, white etc. and I have found that the friends I have had were pretty good friends. This is why I try to get away from categorizing people and assuming that they will be a certain way based on what other people do in their group. There are always exceptions. And when a person is racist, they sometimes miss out on friendships and other relationships they could have with different types of people.

        I remember being a kid and lacking prejudice. I didn’t see different people as “less than” or “better than”.

        • Duck says:

          It’s not about better or worse in my mind. It’s about respecting people’s rights..even if I think what they do is stupid and barbaric.

          Imo the worst fault Europeans, and especially Americans, have is wanting everyone to do things their way… be that wearing pants and speaking English and becoming Christian’s back in the day to later on demanding that everyone be open to free trade and central banks and finally accept trans kids

    • Steve Smith says:

      westerncivic says:


      I have to ask:

      Even BLACK Billionaires?

      • Duck says:

        Not many black billionaires considering how many blacks are on the earth.. lots and lots of Jewish ones though considering that they are a tiny tiny fraction of the population.

        • cu.h.j says:

          There is Oprah. But she’s only one I know of off the top of my head.

          Yes, lots of Jewish billionaires who are also psychopaths. People who’s only goal is to amass wealth and forcibly manipulate and control populations are psychopaths first and foremost.

          Also, the fundamental error, of believing that ones ethnic or racial group is superior, allows this type of dehumanization and exploitation to continue. No matter who does it, it’s still wrong.

          • Duck says:

            Oprah is pretty interesting in that she was the prime programmer of where middle class stay at home women back in bet prime.

            All those soft brains getting their update off the TV, massive influence I’d bet


      I saw a t-shirt yesterday, it said:


  86. DMOZ says:

    came across this recently – quite an interesting (retro) perspective on our last few years that corresponds with/is echoed by material here along with Catherine Austin Fitts (Solari) and Michael Hudson the economist/historian (

    see these two articles by Prof Fabio Vighi posted on Q2 and Q3 of 2021.

    from 16August2021

    followed by:

  87. HomeRemedySupply says:

    There is A Secret League of Men Who Put Out Propaganda

    The most important question to ask is:
    “Where do I join?”

  88. sgzon says:

    Potential devastating viral video/meme for the covid-19 jab.

    Recall, at least how it is in the U.S., that television commercials for big Pharma drugs list a large number of side effects. Magazine advertisements also list the side effects. Most people have seen those commercials and magazine advertisements. So they are acclimated to them. Yet, they them those pushing the Covid-19 jab list none of the side effects.

    The idea is to juxtaposition/show a bunch of those commercials/advertisements’ side effects to the Covid–19 jab advertisements that have no list of side effects.

    Couch-potato normie thinking. Hmmm…Surely the Covid-19 jab must have some side effects. All other drugs do. What are they hiding?…

    Here’s the list of side effects as reported to The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

    Perhaps title the video, Safe and Effective???

    • Torus says:

      It would be a good idea except unfortunately, they covered their asses on this one. Big-pharma is NOT doing any advertising for these jabs. Really, you will not find a single ad, not even their own websites.
      The United States is one of the few countries that allows Direct-to-Consumer prescription drug advertising. You are correct on that. There are regulations for pharmaceutical companies on what they must disclose in an advertisement or commercial, and even more on what they do not have to say. According to the FDA website….

      What must product claim ads tell you?

      At least one approved use for the drug
      The generic name of the drug
      All the risks of using the drug
      Under certain circumstances, ads can give only the most important risks

      However, Pfizer, Moderna and J&J are NOT advertising their “vaccine” products. The news outlets, CDC, FDA, and Trump/Biden administration have been promoting their product for them. With out a formal paid-for advertisement, they do not have to follow the rules of disclosure. The media basically regurgitates all the pharma studies but conveniently leaves out severe adverse events. There is no liability or accountability here. It’s disgusting dishonesty and not excusable.

      • Torus says:

        And just to clarify, just because they haven’t started advertising yet, doesn’t mean they won’t. They were not legally allowed to advertise for a product that wasn’t fully approved, so that’s everything under emergency use authorization. Now that Comirnaty (Pfizer’s gene therapy) is approved (though still not available in the US) there will likely be commercials for it in the future. It will be interesting to see if they list myocarditis, seizure, paralysis, and death as rare but possible side effects. Or just stick to swelling at injection sight, fever, and fatigue.

        • sgzon says:

          The vaccines are: Safe and effective — Safe and effective — Safe and effective — Safe and effective — Safe and effective — Safe and effective — Safe and effective — Safe and effective…

          Yep, no advertising there. smdh/face palm

  89. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Monday January 3rd, 2022
    Life Insurance CEO Says Deaths Up 40% Among Those Aged 18-64
    [2 minute video in article. He said disability claims are also up.]

    The death rate for those aged 18-64 has risen an astonishing 40% over pre-pandemic levels, according to the CEO of Indianapolis-based insurance company OneAmerica.

    “We are seeing, right now, the highest death rates we have seen in the history of this business – not just at OneAmerica,”
    said Scott Davison, head of the $100 billion insurance company that’s been in operation since 1877 and has approximately 2,400 employees.

    The increase represents “huge, huge numbers,” among “primarily working-age people” who have employer-sponsored group life plans through OneAmerica, according to The Center Square.

    “And what we saw just in third quarter, we’re seeing it continue into fourth quarter, is that death rates are up 40% over what they were pre-pandemic,”
    Davison said during an online news conference last week.
    “Just to give you an idea of how bad that is, a three-sigma or a one-in-200-year catastrophe would be 10% increase over pre-pandemic.”

    “So 40% is just unheard of,” he added…

    …According to Davison, the majority of deaths being filed are not classified as due to Covid-19.

    “What the data is showing to us is that the deaths that are being reported as COVID deaths greatly understate the actual death losses among working-age people from the pandemic. It may not all be COVID on their death certificate, but deaths are up just huge, huge numbers,”
    he said, adding that the company has seen an “uptick” in disability claims – at first short-term, and now long-term….

    • Jed says:

      A jump like that could wipe out their supply of 1:10,000 epi shooters.

    • Torus says:

      Wow!! So pre-pandemic there were less overall death claims. Now, post-vaccination, there are 40% more. If that isn’t a red flag, I don’t know what is.
      Is there still any question that the problem of the pandemic and resulting vaccine solution are part of a depopulation agenda?
      I will not comply

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Brian Shilhavy of Health Impact News, expounds on the information presented in “The Center Square” about the statistics from Indianapolis-based insurance company OneAmerica.
      Crisis in America: Deaths Up 40% Among Those Aged 18-64 Based on Life Insurance Claims for 2021 After COVID-19 Vaccine Roll Outs

      …Scott Davison (OneAmerica Insurance) made his comments last week during an online news conference, and he was not the only speaker.

      Brian Tabor, the president of the Indiana Hospital Association, was also present, and in a follow up interview he confirmed that what Davison was seeing in insurance claims was supported on the “front end” in the hospitals.

      Brian Tabor, the president of the Indiana Hospital Association, said that hospitals across the state are being flooded with patients “with many different conditions,” saying “unfortunately, the average Hoosiers’ health has declined during the pandemic.”

      In a follow-up call, he said he did not have a breakdown showing why so many people in the state are being hospitalized – for what conditions or ailments. But he said the extraordinarily high death rate quoted by Davison matched what hospitals in the state are seeing.
      “What it confirmed for me is it bore out what we’re seeing on the front end,…” he said…

      …The number of hospitalizations in the state is now higher than before the COVID-19 vaccine was introduced a year ago, and in fact is higher than it’s been in the past five years, Dr. Lindsay Weaver, Indiana’s chief medical officer, said at a news conference with Gov. Eric Holcomb on Wednesday…

      …Indiana shows 57% of the population in the state having received at least one dose, and 52% being “fully vaccinated.”
      This suggests that the increase in deaths after the roll out of the COVID-19 shots could be even higher with life insurance claims in other states….

      • scpat says:

        I’ll add evidence to this story:

        As far as I know, the information I am going to share has not been published in any news article yet. During the most recent Board of Supervisors meeting which occurred on January 4th for the County of Kern, California, the public health director Brynn Carrigan made some stunning comments. When I watched this, I had just read the article that you referenced about the Indiana insurance company seeing huge, historical numbers of deaths, and so when I watched this the below dialogue I was stunned. Below is a dialogue that I transcribed between Kern County Supervisor Mike Maggard and Kern County Public Health Brynn Carrigan. The video is linked below.

        Supervisor Maggard:
        “Are you confident that we will continue to have adequate hospital capacity to treat those that are gravely enough ill that they must go to the hospital?”

        Public Health Director Carrigan:
        “…if we follow along with what the projections have indicated — the State’s modeling has indicated — we will well exceed our capacity to care for those that need hospitalization. We’re seeing a significant number of people who don’t have Covid-19 that are gravely ill and need hospitalization as well, so we need to take all that into consideration and do everything that we can as individuals to prevent getting sick with Covid-19, and just improve our overall health.”

        […] “We are seeing unprecedented call volumes in our 9-11 system. We are seeing more calls for service than we’ve ever seen historically in our system, and they’re calls for a whole wide variety of things. We’re also experiencing that ambulances are having to be taken out of service so that they can be decontaminated and sanitized after they transport a patient that is Covid-19 positive, or suspected, and so that takes a toll on the 9-11 system.”

        Queued video of the dialouge:

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Below in a REUTERS story of Monday January 3rd, 2022, it cites a Dec 30, 2021 study (Journal of Translational Medicine) which contains this line:
      “Recent evidence points to the possible contributions of triggering and persistence of autoimmune activation in SARS-CoV-2-infected COVID-19 patients.”

      Starting in May 2020, they recruited 6,000 employees of Cedars-Sinai Health System in Los Angeles, CA and gathered all health, ethnic, and lifestyle information on them.

      I searched the study’s related links, but could not find any reference as to a Covid Vaccination status.
      However, I am assuming that most of these employees have gotten the jab, because it is in LA and also is a health system.

      Here is the Reuter’s article (which has links)…
      COVID SCIENCE-Virus leaves antibodies that may attack healthy tissues; B cell antibodies weakened, not defeated by Omicron
      Jan 3 (Reuters) – The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to corroborate the findings and that has yet to be certified by peer review.
      Coronavirus leaves survivors with self-attacking antibodies
      Months after recovering from SARS-CoV-2 infection, survivors have elevated levels of antibodies that can mistakenly attack their own organs and tissues, even if they had not been severely ill, according to new findings….

      • nosoapradio says:

        Indeed, HRS, it would seem there’s a very avid vaccination culture at Cedar-sinai hospitals in LA.:

        The January 3rd, 2022 article you linked says: Jan 3 (Reuters) – The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19.

        But already a year earlier:


        Cedars-Sinai Frontline Workers Receive First Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine

        and by August 4th, 2021:

        Los Angeles, Aug 4,2021
        Mandatory Vaccines for Cedars-Sinai Employees

        …To date, 86% of Cedars-Sinai staff are fully vaccinated. We are implementing this policy to ensure that the remaining members of our team get vaccinations as soon as possible. Doing so will help keep our patients, employees and the community safe.

        And incidentally I found the results of the following study provocative:

        From BMJ Open:

        February 2021:

        Seroprevalence of antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 in healthcare workers: a cross-sectional study

        …After adjusting for potential confounders, seroprevalence was also associated with Hispanic ethnicity (OR 1.98, p=0.001) and African-American race (OR 2.02, p=0.027) as well as contact with a COVID-19-diagnosed individual in the household (OR 5.73, p<0.001) or clinical work setting (OR 1.76, p=0.002). Importantly, African-American race and Hispanic ethnicity were associated with antibody positivity even after adjusting for personal COVID-19 diagnosis status, suggesting the contribution of unmeasured structural or societal factors.

        In brief, beginning on 11 May 2020, we enrolled a total of n=6318 active employees working at multiple sites comprising the Cedars- Sinai Health System, located in the diverse metropolis of Los Angeles County, California. The Cedars- Sinai organisation includes two hospitals (Cedars- Sinai Medical Center and Marina del Rey Hospital) in addition to multiple clinics in the Cedars- Sinai Medical Delivery Network. All active employees (total n~15 000) were invited to participate in the study by providing a peripheral venous blood sample for serology testing and completing an electronic survey of questions regarding medical history, social history and work environment in addition to COVID-19- related symptoms and exposures…”

        From the above, I’d say there’s a pretty sure bet, the participants of the “recent studies” described in your link were indeed vaccinated.

        • nosoapradio says:

          ok scratch all that. I wasn’t quite awake when I hastily put that comment together. my bad. forget it.

          on the contrary, the samples were taken (may 2020) before mass vaccination began on Cedar Sinai employees (December 2020). study published two months after vaccination began.

          I’ll try to check duration of study and other methodologies etc but mind muddled with tons of work to do.


          (but the ethnic conclusions of the study might seem provocative?)

          • nosoapradio says:

            But the second study referenced in your linked article speaks about vaccinated French people, of course.

            Immune escape of SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant from mRNA
            vaccination-elicited RBD-specific memory B cells.

            and there is that pesky little finding from the first study discussed in your linked article above:

            “…Interestingly, prior studies have demonstrated lower antibody levels among exposed, asymptomatic individuals, a phenomenon which may be attributable to a highly efficient cell-mediated immune response. It has been suggested that higher T- cell levels, whether virus specific or otherwise, may play a role in this finding; however, further research is required…”

            which would seem to refute the wisdom of insistantly trying to create antibodies by force vaccinating the world population, especially as the title of the article linked seems to suggest that these:

            antibodies [that] may attack healthy tissues

            (which is probably why you linked this article in the first place!)

            so, I really should stop procrastinating, putting my ignorance along with my chaotic and approximate thinking on display here and get back to churning that hamsterwheel!

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            May 2020 was when the recruiting of participants first began. This could have taken awhile.

            After they secured participants, and qualified them, and collated their data into the system, then it appears to me that they moved forward with monitoring particpants.

            To me, it appears that as the months passed, blood test samples and other health information were collected from particpants. Changes could be monitored with periodic testing and health report updates. Since everyone worked in the Sinai system, the blood samples and other testing are conveniently in-house.

            Dec 30, 2021 is when one study was posted in The Journal of Translational Medicine which contains the line:
            Recent evidence points to the possible contributions of triggering and persistence of autoimmune activation in SARS-CoV-2-infected COVID-19 patients.”

            I tend to speculate that the study includes vaccinated staff.
            You caught some important relevant dates:
            August 4th, 2021
            and also the February 2021 study.

            • nosoapradio says:

              All of my students are sick and miserable except 1 who was very sick over the holidays with her entire family and is mostly better now. Most have said they “tested positive” for covid. One confessed that he had the third (booster) shot last week and was very very sick for a few days. I have two unvaccinated students: one is not sick at all and hasn’t been since the beginning of the mayhem and the other I haven’t spoken to yet this year. This is all very troubling. It really doesn’t seem to be the ordinary seasonal flu situation.

              The one who hasn’t been sick told me he takes 2400 ui of vitamine D per day and has been doing so for at least a year. He also says he’ll leave his comfortable high-responsability pharmaceutical job, where he’s the only unvaccinated person left, when they force him to choose between it and remaining unvaccinated. He’s not sure what he’ll do after that but he has a lot of friends in the same position.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Geez. That is a very, very interesting anecdote.
                Thanks for this info.

                We all know that the Covid vaccines are toxic in various ways. For example, the manufactured spike protein can stay in the system for 15 months.

                I’ve been wrestling with why we do not see more adverse reactions (or illnesses) in the vaccinated population.

                Your post of Craig Paardekooper’s alphabetic vaccine batch groups presentations helped to shine some light on it.

                Heck, there could be a lot of folks who got a saline solution instead of an m-RNA. We just don’t know for sure.

                And another factor, I suppose, since each individual has their own unique immune system, then some folks will be less affected by the jab than others.
                Example: The mercury in the kid’s vaccines did not affect everyone the same way.

                Anyway, I’ve been wrestling with this mystery.

              • cu.h.j says:

                It would be interesting to compare the incidence of illness among the vaccinated (jabbed with the gene therapy) and the un-vaccinated. I suspect the vaccinated are sicker this year. I have not been sick for over two years. I had the start of a cold about a year ago, but it went away without any vitamins or anything.

                I think the infection control person at my hospital is shocked that I have continued to test negative despite being un-vaccinated. I have to do bi-weekly testing and it’s been the PCR test and my results are always negative.

                We have had a flood of patients, overwhelmingly elderly with other diseases come in with Covid and they have all been vaccinated and most of them have had the booster as well. We have had a few people with Covid who were un-vaccinated as well.

                It seems like it’s more similar to the flu this time, with less hypoxia (meaning that they don’t need oxygen supplementation) and many are discharged from the emergency room. We have had some flu this year as well. We are doing a swab test that is tested for Flu, RSV, and Covid all off the same swab.

                Two of the doctors said “we’ll all get Omicron” but I thought to myself “yeah, all of the vaccinated will get it, but I won’t”. I rarely get sick from anything anymore. I have been taking zinc, Vit. C daily for the past week. I think it’s pretty obvious the vaccines (gene therapy shots) aren’t working and I suspect they are making it worse.

              • cu.h.j says:


                I think you’re right that some people have probably received saline and/or they don’t respond in the same way. Maybe their body doesn’t make a lot of the spike protein. That’s what Dr. Yeadon said, that the dose is inconsistent based on a persons unique metabolism. Some people’s ribosomes might make a lot of the spike protein and other peoples might make very little or maybe none at all.

                And regarding traditional vaccines, some people seem to tolerate them. I had all of the standard childhood vaccines in the US for kids born between 1970-1980, including MMR. But I didn’t get that vaccine until I was 5.

                I didn’t learn vaccines could be so toxic until recently and that there were significant problems with old vaccines until I read the book Dissolving Illusions. I think any parent should read that book before deciding to vaccinated their children.

              • nosoapradio says:

                micro-update: That student of mine who takes Vitamine D and who refuses the injection just informed me that he needs to postpone his next two classes because his wife has come down with covid-1984. Without wanting to give way to hysteria, from my window of perspective, it’s total crazinesss in France.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Steve Kirsch writes a good point by point take on this insurance news article…

      This is huge. Something is killing healthy people at an unprecedented rate. It isn’t COVID. Could it be the “safe and effective” COVID vaccine? I think so. Here’s why.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I want to interject an important 16 minute video by Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi which explains the mechanics of Covid vaccine injuries and death…

        CLEAR EVIDENCE of autoimmune self attack (by Killer Lymphocytes) on 90% of the 70 autopsies.

      • seasons says:

        I don’t get how people will just say it is not the vaccine and move on with their lives. Why not demand a real investigation? Better yet, if you don’t think it is the vaccine then demand an investigation into another cause. A 40% spike in deaths? Well it is not the vaccine so everything is fine.

    • zyxzevn says:

      How could that be?

      Columbia University study reports over 150K Americans killed by the COVID vaccines
      Lots of deaths.

      How bad is my batch?
      Also see:
      Even worse for certain batches, and many may be placebo.

      360X increase in the rate of adenopathy after vaccination
      The vax causes auto-immunity and other immunity problems

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      UPDATE from the Insurance Industry in India

      Dec 30, 2021 – Fortune India
      Life insurance death claims shoot 41%, up 3.5x in 2021
      The life insurance industry is likely to post a 200-300% increase in claims this year, hurting the profitability of most insurers.

      …Latest data from Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) shows the death claims rose by 41% in FY21 to ₹41,958 crore. Whereas, earlier in FY20, the death claims rose by 11% to ₹29,793 crore. The death claims further rose drastically by five to ten times earlier this year in April amid deaths during the second Covid-19 wave, before cooling off as the pandemic situation came under control during the second half of the year. However, industry experts still see a multifold rise in claims ahead.

      “While Covid-19 claims have decreased, we have seen an increase in non-Covid-19 deaths, which have risen even more than past levels due to co-morbidities being triggered by Covid-19,”
      says Vighnesh Shahane, MD & CEO, Ageas Federal Life Insurance. The life insurance industry, says Shahane, would yet post a 200-300% increase in claims this year. This would seriously impact the profitability of most insurance companies….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Life/Annuity Insurance Benefits And Claims, 2016-2020 [CHART – Excerpt below]

      Death benefits (add 000 to make it “billions”)
      2016 — $73,996,171
      2017 — $74,942,626
      2018 — $77,076,010
      2019 — $76,038,700
      2020 — $87,670,442
      2021 (no data)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      UPDATE to this SUB-THREAD
      Starts: Life Insurance CEO Says Deaths Up 40% Among Those Aged 18-64

      Thursday Jan 13th – Epoch Times by Petr Svab
      Nationwide Surge In Deaths Among People Aged 18-49: A State By State Overview

      Deaths among people aged 18 to 49 increased more than 40 percent in the 12 months ending October 2021 compared to the same period in 2018–2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an analysis of death certificate data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) by The Epoch Times.

      The agency doesn’t yet have full 2021 numbers, as death certificate data trickles in with a lag of one to eight weeks or more.

      The increase was notable across the country and in no state was COVID reported in more than 60 percent of the excess deaths. Some states experienced much steeper hikes than others…
      [State Stats are given]

      …CDC data on the exact causes of those excess deaths aren’t yet available for 2021, aside from those involving COVID, pneumonia, and influenza. There were close to 6,000 excess pneumonia deaths that didn’t involve COVID-19 in the 18–49 age group in the 12 months ending October 2021. Influenza was only involved in 50 deaths in this age group, down from 550 in the same period pre-pandemic. The flu death count didn’t exclude those that also involved COVID or pneumonia, the CDC noted.

      It’s not clear why the mortality spike seemed to exhibit a geographical trend. Overall, a part of the surge could be likely blamed on drug overdoses, which increased to more than 101,000 in the 12 months ending June 2021 from about 72,000 in 2019, the CDC estimated. About two-thirds of those deaths involved synthetic opioids including fentanyl that are often smuggled to the United States from China through Mexico.

      For those ages 50 to 84, mortality went up more than 27 percent, representing more than 470,000 excess deaths. Almost four out of five of the deaths had COVID marked on the death certificate as the cause or a contributing factor.

      For those 85 or older, mortality increased about 12 percent with more than 100,000 excess deaths. With more than 130,000 COVID-related deaths in this group, the data indicates that these seniors were less likely to die of a non-COVID-related cause from November 2020 to October 2021 than during the same period of 2018–2019….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Continuing this SUBTHREAD of
      Life Insurance CEO Says Deaths Up 40% Among Those Aged 18-64

      It seems that the overall immune system of vaccinated people is tanking…

      Dr. Nathan Thompson: Bloodwork On Vaxxed Patient Is TERRIFYING!
      (Video – 18 minutes but one catches the punch line by 8 minutes)

      Dr. Nathan Thompson goes through a healthy patient’s charts who got the vaccine.
      He shows the immune system characteristics of before and after.
      “After” – near the 7:00 minute mark.
      “Before” – 3:45 minute mark

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      13 January – BBC News
      Hospital waiting lists hit six million in England

      The number of people on a hospital waiting list in England has hit six million for the first time.
      And about one in 20 of those has been waiting – for routine care such as knee and hip surgery – for more than a year.
      The figures are for the end of November – before the Omicron variant of the Covid-19 virus hit the country.

      Also, in December, nearly 27% of patients arriving at an emergency department waited more than four hours to be seen – another record high.

      Patients needing a bed on a ward also faced record delays.
      More than 120,000 – almost one in three of those admitted – spent more than four hours waiting for a bed.
      And nearly 13,000 waited more than 12 hours – another high since records began, in 2010.

      Demand for ambulances was also high, with crews struggling to reach patients on time.
      On average, it took more than nine minutes to reach an immediately life-threatening callout in December – the target is seven.
      For emergencies such as strokes and heart attacks, it took more than 53 minutes on average – it is meant to take less than 18.
      Both figures, however, showed slight improvements on the performance in October….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Tying in a short SUB-THREAD
      Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi – Dr. Arne Burkhardt found CLEAR EVIDENCE of autoimmune self attack (by Killer Lymphocytes) on 90% of the 70 autopsies.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Continuing this SUBTHREAD of
      Life Insurance CEO Says Deaths Up 40% Among Those Aged 18-64

      Saturday January 15, 2022 – The Expose
      Official data suggests the Triple Vaccinated are developing Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome at an alarming rate
      (Click on LINK – Lots of info & graphs/images]

      An in-depth investigation of 5 months worth of official UK Government data published by the UK Health Security Agency seems to confirm predictions previously made by The Expose that the Covid-19 “booster” dose would provide a very short lived temporary boost to the immune systems of the vaccinated population before decimating their immune systems much more rapidly than had already been seen in people who had received two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.

      In short, official UK Government data strongly suggests that the Covid-19 vaccinated population are developing some new form of Covid-19 vaccine induced acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.

      The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) publish a weekly Vaccine Surveillance Report, with each report containing four weeks worth of data on Covid-19 cases, hospitalisations, and deaths by vaccination status. For our investigation we analysed 5 of these published Vaccine Surveillance Reports containing data from August 16th 2021 to January 2nd 2022, in order to get a clear picture on the effect the Covid-19 vaccines are having on the immune systems of the vaccinated population, and this is what we found….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thursday January 20, 2022 – By Michael Snyder
      New Data From Life Insurance Companies Confirm That Americans Are Dying In Unusually Large Numbers

      …According to Reuters, the amount of money paid out by global life insurance companies absolutely skyrocketed during the first three quarters of 2021…

      The global life insurance industry was hit with reported claims due to COVID-19 of $5.5 billion in the first nine months of 2021 versus $3.5 billion for the whole of 2020, according to insurance broker Howden in a report on Jan 4, while the industry had expected lower payouts due to the rollout of vaccines.
      “We definitely paid out more than I had anticipated at the beginning of last year,” said Hannover Re board member Klaus Miller.

      Let’s assume that claims in the fourth quarter of 2021 came in at the same pace as the first three quarters of 2021.
      That would add another 1.83 billion dollars, and it would give us a grand total of 7.33 billion dollars for the year.
      So basically the amount of money that global life insurance companies will pay out for 2021 will be approximately double what they paid out for 2020.
      Needless to say, that suggests that the death rate for those covered by such policies roughly doubled.

      In that same article, it was reported that one life insurance company actually had its claims in the Americas more than triple during the third quarter….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Continuing this SUBTHREAD of
      Life Insurance CEO Says Deaths Up 40% Among Those Aged 18-64

      Thursday January 20, 2022 – Defender – Children’s Health Defense
      40% Rise Nationwide in Excess Deaths Among 18 to 49 Year Olds, CDC Data Show
      Death certificate data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show excess deaths increased by more than 40% among Americans 18 to 49 years old during a 12-month period ending in October of 2021, and that COVID caused only about 42% of those deaths.

      Excess deaths are defined as the difference between the observed number of deaths during a specific time frame and the expected number of deaths during that same period.

      State-level data for the same 12-month period also show increases. For example, in Nevada, excess deaths were as high as 65%, with COVID accounting for only 36%.
      The District of Columbia saw an even greater increase than Nevada — 72% — with COVID not being a factor in any of the deaths.
      Increases in excess deaths were most noticeable in the Midwest and western and southern states, while states seeing the lowest increases were primarily from the Northeast.
      On the low side, New Hampshire was the only state to see no increase in excess deaths for the 18 to 49 age group, nor did it record any COVID deaths among that group…

      …Steve Kirsch, executive director of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation: “So, the insurance companies had a wrong assumption and are blaming the wrong party perhaps because they didn’t have the data to see what was really behind the issue or they didn’t want to challenge the narrative and get in trouble. It could be a combination of the two reasons.”
      Dr. Robert Malone argued the vaccine should be considered as the potential cause….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Wed Feb 3rd – Mike Adams
      The Die-Off Is Here: Life Insurance Payouts Skyrocket 258% as Post-Vaccine Deaths Rapidly Accelerate

      In a little-known Reuters story that garnered almost no attention in the corporate media, Dutch insurer Aegon revealed its third quarter, 2021 life insurance payouts skyrocketed 258% compared to third quarter, 2020 payouts. The difference, of course, is found in covid vaccines. In 2020, vaccines weren’t yet available, so payouts for Aegon only reached $31 million. But after three quarters of aggressive vaccinations throughout 2021, the death benefit payouts hit $111 million, an increase of 258%.

      From Reuters via Yahoo Finance:
      Dutch insurer Aegon, which does two-thirds of its business in the United States, said its claims in the Americas in the third quarter were $111 million, up from $31 million a year earlier. U.S. insurers MetLife and Prudential Financial also said life insurance claims rose. South Africa’s Old Mutual used up more of its pandemic provisions to pay claims and reinsurer Munich Re raised its 2021 estimate of COVID-19 life and health claims to 600 million euros from 400 million.

      Insurance companies are slowly coming to realize the truth about covid vaccines, even as the complicit, murderous mainstream tries to cover up the accelerating deaths. The death signals now emerging in the finances of insurance companies can’t simply be swept under the rug, and given that a 258% increase was recorded for Q3, 2021, it begs the obvious question: How much worse will this be for Q4, 2021? Or Q1, 2022?….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Funeral Services making money – Life Insurance companies not so much

      Friday Feb 4th, 2022 – Zero Hedge
      Long Funeral Homes, Short Life Insurers? Ex-Blackrock Fund Manager Discovers Disturbing Trends In Mortality
      [Many IMAGES in article.]

      …Ex-Blackrock fund manager Ed Dowd…has spent the last month analyzing breadcrumbs associated with a rise in excess mortality vs. pre-pandemic levels. Given that we’re now in the middle of earnings season, there are some pretty big crumbs rolling out of the insurance and funeral services industries which are beginning to paint a disturbing picture.

      A few key observations:
      ~~~ Mortality worsened in 2021 vs. 2020 despite widespread vaccinations
      ~~~ A spike in Mortality among younger, working-age individuals coincided with vaccine mandates
      ~~~ The spike in younger deaths peaked in Q3 2021 when Covid deaths were extremely low (but rising into the end of September)

      On Tuesday, financial insurance company Unum reported that their Life segment saw an increase of 9% in their ratio of payouts vs. premiums (Benefit ratio), a 17.4% increase in 2021 vs. 2020 despite widespread vaccinations, and a 13.3% increase over 2019.
      …On Wednesday, Dowd noted that funeral home company Carriage Services saw a 28% increase in September 2021 vs. 2020, and a 13% increase in August vs. the same period. Funerals and cremations are up 12% and 13% respectively on the quarter.

      In general, funeral homes saw an uptick in business in Q3, and Dowd will be closely monitoring Q4 reports which are expected around Feb. 15 – less than two weeks away…

      …Dowd also noted on Wednesday that Lincoln National’s death claims are up 13.7% y/y, and up 57% in Q4 vs. 2019. CFO Randy Frietag explained on Thursday that in 2021, the share of young people dying from Covid doubled in the second half of the year…
      …Meanwhile, Reinsurance Group of America noted in their Thursday earnings call that Q4 was impacted by a meaningful level of Covid-19 mortality claims despite the fact that the Covid-19 vaccines have been around for more than a year…
      …Also noting a spike in younger deaths which peaked in Q3 2021, is Hardford Insurance Group, which reported that mortality is up 32% from 2019 pre-covid levels, and 20% from 2020 pre-vaccine levels…

      …mRNA inventor Dr. Robert Malone noted the troubling data in a recent appearance on Steve Bannon’s “War Room”:..

      …Reinsurance Group of America…reported a profit in Q4 2020 …yet they registered a loss in Q4 2021 with more than 60% of the country fully vaccinated (and around 75% who have received at least one dose)….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      UPDATE of Sub-Thread
      Life Insurance CEO Says Deaths Up 40%

      February 10th – Thursday
      [53 minute VIDEO included.]
      Steve Kirsch Blockbuster — Embalmer Richard Hirschman finds ‘novel, bizarre clotting’ in 65% of deaths…

      Richard Hirschman has been an embalmer for over 20 years. In 2021, he started noticing very odd blood clots that he had never seen before. In Jan 2022, 65% of his cases exhibited these clots. The only rational conclusion is that the clots, which are deadly, are all associated with the COVID vaccines. Nobody from the mainstream media or medical community wants to touch this story. It’s not just Richard who is seeing this; it is everyone in the industry he’s talked to about it. They are all seeing it, but Richard is the only person in the US (so far) willing to speak out about it…

      …Over half the deaths seen by this funeral director were likely caused by the COVID vaccines.

      Fifteen embalmers are all seeing odd fatal clotting in people that first started in 2021. As many as 65% of cases are affected. Here are some of the most important things I learned from Richard:

      He started noticing the strange clots around May or June 2021. He’d never seen anything like it before in his life. However, he admits they could have started much earlier and he just never noticed them before because he was very busy.
      He is not aware of any cases where the strange clots were seen in unvaccinated cases (except for one unvaccinated person who received a transfusion)
      He started formally tracking the number of patients with the strange clots in late 2021.
      He says currently over 50% of the bodies he embalms have the strange clots which he uniquely associates with the vaccines/boosters. This is the bombshell. The CDC says deaths from the vaccine are 0% and this embalmer, who has no conflicts of interest, says it is now over 50% of the cases he sees. They can’t both be telling the truth. One of them is lying.
      In Jan 2022, 37 out of 57 (65% of all cases) had these suspicious clots. That’s huge….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      UPDATE to Sub-Thread Life Insurance CEO Says Deaths Up 40% Among Those Aged 18-64

      Saturday Feb 12 – Steve Kirsch – [VIDEO interview]
      EXCLUSIVE: Embalmer reveals 93% of cases died from the vaccine
      Anna Foster is an embalmer with 11 years of experience in Carrollton, MO. In this exclusive interview, she reveals that 93% of her last 30 cases died due to clots from the COVID vaccine.

      Anna Foster is an embalmer with 11 years of experience in Carrollton, MO. She speaks out for the first time in this exclusive interview:
      The big news is that she found the unusual clots in 93% of the last 30 people who she embalmed. This is significant because she isn’t selective about who she embalms.
      Not all embalmers will see a 93% clot rate. Richard Hirschman only sees these clots in 65% of his cases.

      Either way, we have identified what is the #1 cause of death in America today; a killer that is much bigger than COVID.
      This is a massive health issue since it is killing a huge number of people. Her embalmer friends have noticed it as well and have never seen it before in their careers.

      The clots are only associated with people who have been vaccinated. They were only observed after the vaccines rolled out.
      The clots are life threatening and are almost certainly the root cause of death in all of these cases.

      The doctors and coroners in her area are completely unaware of the problem.
      When 93% of people who die are killed by a single cause, this merits immediate investigation by the CDC as to the cause.

      However, I am certain that the CDC and all legacy media will continue to ignore this story.
      I will continue to interview more and more embalmers who will relate the same story as you will learn in this video.

      I am hopeful that after over 100 embalmers say similar things, someone in Congress will take action on what is likely the most serious preventable health problem in our nation’s history.

      If the vaccine doesn’t kill you, it can rob you of a limb [Image of foot]

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Feb 13th – Steve Kirsch

        Fact checks fail to explain away the telltale blood clots found by embalmers after the COVID vax rollout

        Whoops! The fact checks do NOT explain the observations. SMOKING GUN confirmed!

        I’ve written 4 Substack articles on embalmers and clots that started appearing after the vaccines rolled out:

        ~~ News today: Embalmers confirming most everyone are noticing these telltale clots since Jan 2021 (posted on a private chat with 14,000 embalmers) (Feb 11)

        ~~ Over half the deaths seen by this funeral director were likely caused by the COVID vaccines 65% of cases seen by Richard Hirschman have these clots (Feb 7).

        ~~ Embalmer reveals 93% of cases died from the vaccine. Anna Foster reveals that 93% of the cases she has seen recently have the telltale clots (Feb 11).

        ~~ Embalmers find veins and arteries… A link to the Jane Ruby interview (Jan 27)

        On Feb 7, I predicted what would happen

        In particular, in the Hirschman article that I published on Feb 7, I wrote that Naseem Ferdowsi was doing a fact check for PolitiFact. I went even further: I predicted what she would say, and I pointed out the reasons her arguments were completely wrong and didn’t fit the facts.

        Just two days after I wrote that, on Feb 9, Ferdowsi’s fact check was published by PolitiFact and it had all the defects that I originally outlined. The Poynter Institute published a version of her “fact check” on Feb 10 as well entitled There’s no scientific evidence that vaccines are responsible for strange blood clots observed by embalmers.

        In short, the fact check failed to explain the observed evidence. It didn’t address any of the points I made just two days earlier.
        Anyone who disagrees with that had better be able to address the points I made in my earlier article.[LINK] Otherwise, they are willfully disregarding the facts.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Continuing this SUBTHREAD of
      Life Insurance CEO Says Deaths Up 40% Among Those Aged 18-64

      February 13th, 2022 James Corbett posted a SUNDAY FLASHBACK on the Home page entitled:
      What About Excess Mortality? – Questions For Corbett #073 which originally aired on Feb 12th, 2021

      NOW was later added as a descriptive to avoid confusion in the time-stamp of comments.

      I am going to link to a comment…
      British Mathematician & Professor of Risk Management, Norman Fenton, walks Del through UK data on the incredible peak of excess deaths that occurred in the U.K. at the same time as the covid vaccine rollout.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Continuing this SUBTHREAD of
      Life Insurance CEO Says Deaths Up 40% Among Those Aged 18-64

      Corbett Member zyxzevn has an excellent post with a handful of links…

      The first link, a 10 minute video, briefly walks a person through government statistics which manipulate the death count as a result of the vaccines.

      1 – Bloodclots (65% per shot) as shown via D-Dimer levels after injection
      2 – Immunity deficiency (100% for tested patients after injection)
      3 – Embalmers seeing very odd blood clots since the experiment’s rollout. These were never seen before and now happen in 65% to 90% of deaths. And only with people that had spiked blood.
      4 – Autopsies showing clear auto-immunity and spike-proteins in suspected experiment victims

      Also mentioned
      1) Many vaccine injuries on social media with many extreme cases. Severe injuries (like myocarditis) are about 1% per shot or more.
      2) Vaccine injury databases all over the world (like VAERS) show huge increases in reports. With scientific studies have proven that these reports are only the top of the ice-berg.
      3) a $100 billion life insurance company reported a 40% increase in deaths in people under 65 in Q3 and Q4 of 2021.
      4) The DoD medical database (DMED) showed significantly elevated rates for a large number of symptoms after the vaccines rolled out. And the defense tried to cover it up by changing history.
      5) Differences of 1000x in reported vax injuries per lot

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thursday Feb 24th
      UPDATE to this SUB-THREAD
      Starts: Life Insurance CEO Says Deaths Up 40% Among Those Aged 18-64

      A former Blackrock Portfolio Manager, Edward Dowd gives us even more current information about Funeral Homes and the startling rise in death rates along with some more data from Insurance Companies and how they have seen a rise in death claims.
      — Short SUB-THREAD —

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        IMAGE of Newspaper Article & Life Insurance Company via Edward Dowd×900

        Edward Dowd TWITTER

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Thursday Feb 24, 2022 – Zero Hedge
        German Health Insurer Reveals ‘Alarming’ Underreporting Of Vaccine Side-Effects

        A large German health insurance provider revealed on Wednesday that Covid-19 vaccine side-effects are vastly underreported, according to Welt.

        After analyzing data from over 10 million individuals, BKK ProVita board member Andreas Schöfbeck, over a 7.5 month period beginning in early 2021, 216,695 policyholders out of 10.9 million were treated for vaccine side-effects.
        This compares to 244,576 reports out of 61.4 million reported by the Paul Ehrlich Institute – a German federal agency.

        Germany has a population of around 83 million people.

        Schöfbeck called the data an “alarm signal,” adding “The numbers determined are significant and urgently need to be checked for plausibility.”

        “The data available to our company gives us reason to believe that there is a very considerable under-recording of suspected cases of vaccination side-effects after they received the [COVID-19] vaccine.”

        “If these figures are applied to the year as a whole and to” the entire population of Germany, Schöfbeck estimated, then “probably 2.5-3 million people in Germany been under medical treatment because of vaccination side effects after [COVID-19] vaccination.”

        As Jack Phillips of The Epoch Times notes:

        Schöfbeck concluded that based on their data, “there is a significant underreporting of vaccination side-effects” in Germany.

        Another letter that was sent out by BKK (pdf) suggested that vaccination side effects reported across Germany are at least 10 times more common than what was reported by the Paul-Ehrlich Institute, reported the Nordkurier newspaper on Wednesday.

        Schöfbeck’s letters were also sent to Germany’s Standing Vaccination Commission and the German Medical Association.

        The letters did not elaborate on the severity of the side effects, nor did they provide a breakdown of the symptoms, or which vaccines caused the side effects. Germany’s drug regulator has approved COVID-19 vaccines manufactured by Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, NovaVax, and Moderna….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Edward Dowd… DEATHS increased in 2021…

        IMAGE – Graphs of 2019, 2020, 2021
        Ages 15 – 44 (working age)
        Statistics across Europe indicate that excess deaths in younger age groups have increased up to 9X since 2019

        Larger Image

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Edward Dowd interviewed by Alex Jones on InfoWars with graphs in video…
        March 11th, 2022
        “Death By Government” – Edward Dowd Exposes a Vietnam War’s Worth of Excess Deaths in Millennials [VIDEO]

        GRAPH IMAGE of Exhibit 4
        (A 2 minute clip is on the webpage)

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Edward Dowd GETR (IMAGES available)

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          SCRIPT about recent Ed Dowd interviews Steve Bannon – Alex Jones

          …“So, just to put some numbers on this, starting in the summer into the fall, with the mandates and the boosters, there were 61,000 excess Millennial deaths.
          “Basically, Millennials experienced a Vietnam War in the second half of 2021. 58,000 people died in the Vietnam War, US troops [over the course of 10 years], so this generation just experienced a Vietnam War [in 6 months].
          “I think this is the smoking gun: that the vaccines are causing excess mortality in all age groups and it’s no coincidence that Rochelle Walensky refuses to answer Senator Ron Johnson’s letters. They’re hiding. Fauci’s gone. She’s gone. They’re hiding.
          “So, I’m going to put a word out there. It’s an old word but it should be re-introduced into the conversation. It’s called democide: Death by government. So the government, through the mandates has killed people.”

          Ed says that his insurance expert collaborator will not be doing any press conferences but he is taking this report to a financial group that’s on the wrong side of this fraud and that through them, his identity will be made public.

          Ed also says that a very senior chief risk officer/actuary just reached out to him, wanting to compare notes, so he thinks this is only the beginning of the response from the financial community.

          On his GETTR account, Dowd is posting the tables for the other age groups. The excess mortality rate for the GenX cohort, aged 45 to 64 also shows a clear early-fall mortality spike, consistent with that of the Millennials, with 101,000 excess deaths since August 2021…

          …The over-65 Baby Boomers saw 306,000 excess deaths, which he describes as a “World War II” event, saying, “291,000 people died in World War II from the US.”…
          …“We’ve had 1.1 million excess deaths since the pandemic began, many of which occurred in the second half of [2021], which is, again all you need to know….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      US Mortality Monitoring – Death, Excess, Ranking, Map, Historical

      USMortality is a United States mortality monitoring activity, aiming to detect and measure excess deaths related to seasonal influenza, pandemics and other public health threats. Official mortality statistics are provided weekly by CDC.
      During the current COVID-19 pandemic, information on its mortality impact is of major concern. Kindly note that any use of data or information originating from the USMortality website must be appropriately quoted and acknowledged.

      [Further descriptions about methodology at website.]

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Remember Aaron Siri‘s lawsuit against the FDA for the Pfizer Study documents?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Excellent encompassing article with graphics and video…

      Monday March 14, 2022
      Steve Kirsch
      Ed Dowd: “Millennial age group, 25 to 44 experienced an 84% increase in excess mortality”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      RE: Life Insurance CEO Says Deaths Up 40% Among Those Aged 18-64
      Long SUB-THREAD continued…

      March 12th and 14th, 2022
      Blood Clots Like Hailey Bieber’s Are Happening in ‘Younger and Younger People’

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      SUB-THREAD “Excess Mortality” continued…

      Tuesday March 15, 2022
      Military Doctor Testifies in Court That a Superior Ordered Her Not to Discuss Data Showing Massive Spikes in Illness After Vaccine Mandate

      …Dr. Theresa Long, a flight surgeon who holds a master’s degree in Public Health and is specially trained in the DMED, gave emotional testimony on March 10.

      She and two other flight surgeons reviewed DMED last year and made some stunning discoveries about the high incidence of apparent vaccine injuries among members of the military.

      According to the whistleblowers, certain disorders spiked after the vaccine mandate went into effect, including miscarriages and cancers, and neurological problems which increased by 1000 percent.

      Dr. Long testified that she was contacted by high level officer the night before the hearing, and told not to discuss her findings regarding the explosive military medical data in court. The whistleblower reportedly said she felt threatened after she tried to get her superiors to address the findings, “fearing for her life and for the safety of her children.”

      Since the whistleblowers came forward with the DMED data, the DoD has thrown cold water on their conclusions, saying the increase in vaccine injuries was caused by a “glitch in the database.”

      Politifact contacted Peter Graves, spokesperson for the Defense Health Agency’s Armed Forces Surveillance Division, who said the data for 2021 is correct, but for some reason, the data for the five years prior was inaccurate. Graves told PolitiFact by email that the division reviewed data in the DMED “and found that the data was incorrect for the years 2016-2020.”

      In other words, for five straight years, the data was seriously corrupted and none of the DoD’s data analysts figured this out, and then it fixed itself on its own in 2021. The DoD has since put out new numbers showing more illnesses among the troops for the years prior to 2021.

      Staver asked Long a question about the DMED data during the hearing, and she answered: “I have been ordered not to answer that question.”
      Judge Merryday reportedly asked Long: “Ordered by who?,” and the doctor explained what happened the night before the hearing…

      …Dr. Long also testified that the data shows that deaths of military members from the vaccines exceed deaths from COVID itself….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      This is worth noting…

      Friday March 18th, 2022
      Credit Agencies To Remove “Tens Of Billions Of Dollars” In Medical Debt From Reports

      …Some of the largest credit reporting agencies are going to be removing “tens of billions of dollars” in medical debt from consumers’ credit reports, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal.

      The change is expected to take place this summer, with Equifax, Experian and TransUnion all participating.
      About 70% of all medical debt is expected to be removed from credit reports, even debts in collections, as a result of the change.

      The agencies said: “This is an important step to support consumers in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. These changes reflect our ongoing commitment to helping facilitate access to fair and affordable credit for all consumers.”

      In addition to new, unpaid debts not making their way onto credit reports for a full year after being sent to collections, debts that were previously in collection and have been paid will also be removed from credit reports. Normally, they could stay on reports for up to 7 years, the report says.

      The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has helped catalyze the change, saying in March that it was going to “hold credit-reporting firms accountable for not taking enough action against companies that report erroneous medical debts.”

      A TransUnion spokesperson told the WSJ: “As the CFPB is our primary regulator, we have continual engagement with them on a variety of issues.”

      Unpaid medical debts of less than $500 will also be removed from credit reports.
      The CFPB says that, currently, $88 billion in medical bills is spread across 43 million credit reports.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Jessica Rose, MSc, PhD

      Dr. Jessica Rose is a Canadian researcher with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics and a Master’s degree in Immunology from Memorial University of Newfoundland. She also holds a PhD in Computational Biology from Bar Ilan University and 2 post-doctoral degrees: one in Molecular Biology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and one in Biochemistry from the Technion Institute of Technology. She was also accepted for a 2-month program as a senior researcher at the Weizmann Institute prior to completion of her latest post doctoral degree at the Technion.

      During the first 39 minutes of “The Highwire with Del Bigtree” on Thursday March 24, 2022 “Episode 260: WINNERS, SINNERS, & THE DEATH OF A GENERATION”, Del leads into the interview with Jessica Rose, MSc, PhD while discussing the alarming number of vaccine injuries around the world.
      VIDEO: or

      On Jessica’s SUBSTACK, she has the following article with IMAGES/GRAPHS. It is very telling…
      What is killing the millenials?
      Drugs? Suicide? Injections? Cancer?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Continuing this SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance

      January 14, 2022
      France: Court rules COVID Vaccine-related Death a Suicide
      Businessman’s Multi-Million Dollar Life Insurance Not Paid

      …In France, the case of a wealthy elderly Parisian businessman who insured his life for many millions and died from COVID-vaccination caused a great resonance. The insurance company refused to pay money to the relatives of the deceased, and the court found the company to be right. At the same time, the insurance company argued its refusal precisely by the fact that death occurred as a result of the vaccination: taking experimental drugs and treatments (including vaccination against coronavirus) is excluded from the policy. The judge’s verdict is as follows:

      “The side effects of an experimental vaccine are being made public, and the deceased could not have professed ignorance when voluntarily taking the vaccine. There is no law or regulation in France requiring him to be vaccinated. Therefore, his death is, in fact, a suicide.
      The Court recognizes the qualification of an insurer who legally regards participation in the third phase experiment, the lack of evidence of which has not been proven, as the voluntary assumption of a fatal risk not covered by the contract, taking into account the declared side effects, including death is covered and legally recognized as suicide.”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      […continuing SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes]

      Wed May 18, 2022 – Petr Svab via The Epoch Times – Zero Hedge
      Mortality Among White Collar Workers Jumped 24 Percent Between 2020 And 2021, Life Insurance Data Show

      The increase in deaths not attributed to COVID-19 in the working-age population during the summer and into the fall of last year hit white-collar workers more than the blue- and grey-collar ones, according to life insurance data.

      In the white-collar sector, mortality jumped 24 percent in the period the data pertained to (April 2020-September 2021). Less than 64 percent of those were attributed to COVID-19. In the blue-collar sector, mortality increased by 19 percent, of which over 80 percent was attributed to COVID-19.

      As The Epoch Times previously reported, prime-age mortality was particularly elevated in the 12 months ending October 2021, where there was an excess death spike of more than 40 percent in ages ranging 18–49, compared with the same period in 2018–2019, based on death certificate data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The majority of the excess deaths weren’t attributed to COVID-19.

      A recent study by the Society of Actuaries (SOA), an international professional organization, corroborates the CDC data. It relies on a survey of group term life insurance providers that yielded data on claims made from 2017 to 2021 and reported to insurers by Sept. 30, 2021 (pdf) [LINK].

      The life insurance data show an increase in excess mortality since the second quarter of 2020, along with the COVID-19 pandemic, including a particularly sharp hike in the third quarter of 2021—39 percent above what would have been expected based on 2017–2019 data. That quarter was exceptionally devastating for age groups 25–34, 35–44, 45–54, and 55–64, in which mortality soared 81 percent, 117 percent, 108 percent, and 70 percent above the baseline respectively.

      Deaths attributed to COVID-19 accounted for about three-quarters of the excess mortality during the 18 months the study looked at. But among those under the age of 45, COVID-19 accounted for less than 38 percent of the excess deaths, the study says.


      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Among industries with the largest number of COVID-19 deaths, the worst hit was public administration with nearly 13,000 life insurance claims related to the disease. Yet those only accounted for less than 52 percent of the sector’s excess mortality, which rose 24 percent during the pandemic months.

        Several other white-collar industries also experienced high excess mortality—22 percent in both doctors’ offices and educational services. COVID-19 claims accounted for nearly 80 percent and 70 percent of the spike respectively….

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        56 page Report – pdf
        Group Life COVID-19 Mortality Survey Report

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      – FERTILITY, Impotence, even penis size –

      Short SUB-THREAD – Can Covid Lead to Impotence?
      Some studies find higher rates of erectile dysfunction among men recovering from the illness…

      Also Walgreens data shown – Vaxxed vs UnVaxxed

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      SUB-THREAD May Open Thread
      – VARIANTS – GEERT VANDEN BOSSCHE – Higher infection rates among vaccinated

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      IMAGE GRAPH – 3rd Quarter Non-Covid Deaths – dramatic rise×1024.png
      Data are from 20 U.S. insurers’ employer sponsored group-life programs.

      Feb 23rd, 2022 – The Wall Street Journal
      Rise in Non-Covid-19 Deaths Hits Life Insurers

      U.S. life insurers, as expected, made a large number of Covid-19 death-benefit payouts last year. More surprisingly, many saw a jump in other death claims, too…

      …Globe Life finance chief Frank Svoboda told analysts and investors earlier this month.
      Among the non-coronavirus-specific claims are deaths from HEART and CIRCULATORY issues and NEUROLOGICAL disorders, he said.
      “We anticipate that they’ll start to be less impactful over the course of 2022 but we do anticipate that we’ll still at least see some elevated levels throughout the year,” he said…

      …Industrywide, death-benefit claims usually vary only slightly year-to-year, so the recent increases are outside the norm…

      …Non-Covid-19 excess deaths jumped in last year’s third quarter, after negligible or modest counts in earlier quarters, some life insurers said. Those numbers line up with results from an ongoing Covid-19 survey of 20 of the nation’s leading sellers of group-life insurance to employers by the Society of Actuaries Research Institute. [SEE GRAPH]
      In the third quarter, the survey shows, incurred claims counts were 37.7% higher than a pre-pandemic baseline, with a nearly 50-50 split between claims directly tied to Covid-19 and those that weren’t…

      …Hartford Financial Chief Executive Christopher Swift said the company had “experienced higher levels of non-Covid excess mortality during the quarter,” including HEART, STROKE and CANCER causes of death….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Fake News about Life Insurance Mortality which targeted Alt Media

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Continuing this SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance – Funeral Homes
      Life Insurance CEO Says Deaths Up 40% Among Those Aged 18-64

      July 2022
      Matthew Erickson: 39-year-old Colorado man avoids amputation after Turkish doctors pull several 4-inch (10-centimeter) long blood clots out of his leg.

      Clots found in alive people.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      July 15
      FUNERAL HOME director John O’Looney (UK) gives more details
      “Funeral Home Whistleblower: Hospitals Are Covering Up Baby Vaccine Deaths By Cremating Babies Themselves”

      Funeral home director John O’Looney (UK) was interviewed by Maria Zeee (Australia) yesterday, where he discussed that hospitals were directly cremating babies who allegedly died after a COVID vaccine, most of them prenatal, rather than going to a funeral home.

      He states that he has never seen anything like this in his professional career as a funeral director, and that the only reason as to why hospitals were doing this was to prevent this information from reaching the public.

      Mr. O’Looney became a whistleblower early on in the vaccine roll outs, as he had bury so many young, previously healthy people in their early to mid-20s shortly after receiving COVID-19 vaccines, and his embalmer was seeing things in the arteries of those who were vaccinated that he had never seen previously.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      …continuing…SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes

      PROBATE Filings
      Texas estate cases filings 19% up in 2021 over 2020, 34% over 5 year average.
      Arizona Probate filings up 40% in 2021 over 2020 and 47.5% over 2019.
      Ohio saw a 20.78% increase in 2021 from 2020.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      …continuing…SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes

      Mary Pat Campbell deals with actuary type information. Actuaries have a deep understanding of mathematics, statistics and risks.
      She has a WordPress website: Actuarial News which sometimes has some interesting stories.
      She also has a YouTube Channel with a very low view count:

      I appreciate viewing some of her information, because it does not contain the AlternativeMedia “Anti-Vax” Bias.
      I like to get other perspecitives.
      Mary’s August 19, 2021 quote:
      ”My own advice is this: vaccination does cut the risk for an individual by a lot (for most of the available vaccines), so if you can get vaccinated, I recommend doing it. I got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine back in April, as that’s the one I could get at the time…All that said, it’s up to you, if you’re not vaccinated.”

      I’ve used her data/News Story on this SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes
      IMAGE GRAPH – 3rd Quarter Non-Covid Deaths – dramatic rise
      …deaths from HEART and CIRCULATORY issues and NEUROLOGICAL disorders…HEART, STROKE and CANCER causes of death….

      Mary presents some interesting GRAPHS and information on some of her Substack posts…
      July 7, 2022
      Top Causes of Death in U.S. for 2021 by Age Group
      Millennial Massacre Part 2: Increase In Mortality for Ages 18-39 for 2020-2021 Mainly Driven by Drug Overdoses and COVID
      Middle-aged Massacre (too!): Increase in Mortality for Ages 40-59 in the U.S. for 2020-2021 Mainly Driven By COVID
      GenX also had increased drug overdoses; increasing amount from natural causes

      Regardless of any taint surrounding Covid-19 or vaccine related deaths, there seems to be an epidemic Drug Overdose problem in the U.S.

      An aside:
      July 30, 2022 – Reason Foundation State Plan Projection Tool
      [Link to the correlating Substack article in shownotes.]
      Mary discusses the major Pension Funds (which also are mimicked by smaller and more localized pension funds.)
      I encourage folks to view the 16 minute mark, where she demonstrates the 2007-2009 financial collapse and the ‘health’ of the pension funds.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      2 1/2 minute video
      UK Funeral Director John O Looney has said that miscarriages are way up and suggest as high as 74% of vaxxed women miscarry in Australia, according to his source. Also that new contracts issued by hospitals in UK to undertakers to deal with the uptick.

      Hat tip to Corbett Member Hotfoot.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Continuing this SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance – Funeral Homes

      Totality of Evidence – Website

      Do NOT miss out on viewing this website.
      Website by Just call me Jack – (Jack of all trades, master of none!)
      …in South Australia??

      Lots and lots of information listed on this webpage….
      — Excess Mortality —

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      August 4, 2022
      …the UK Government published indisputable evidence that the Covid-19 Vaccines are deadly and are killing people in the Thousands: Mortality Rates are lowest among the Unvaccinated in all Age Groups

      We finally have indisputable evidence that the Covid-19 vaccines are deadly and killing people in the thousands, and it has been quietly published by the UK Government whilst they had you distracted by the resignation of Boris Johnson as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and the resulting leadership contest between Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak to replace him.

      An official report published by the UK Government confirms the mortality rates per 100,000 are the lowest among the unvaccinated population in every single age group in England. And the data reveals the gap between the unvaccinated and vaccinated population in terms of mortality rates is widening by the month.

      This has resulted in the partly vaccinated, double vaccinated, and triple vaccinated populations being more likely to die of any single cause than the unvaccinated population among all age groups in England as of May 2022, the most recent month with data made available by the UK Government….

      • Duck says:

        “….This has resulted in the partly vaccinated, double vaccinated, and triple vaccinated populations being more likely to die of any single cause than the unvaccinated population among all age groups in England as of May 2022, the most recent month with data made available by the UK Government……”

        While I think the vaccines ARE making some people sick and even killing them an alternate reason for the effect might be that the sickest kind, especially if already under care, of people are the ones who are least able to avoid doctors getting needles into them.

        Dont get me wrong, I actually know at least one person that I would bet cash was sickened by the vaccine, but he was already vulnerable to anything that hit his system.

        I kinda think its causing chronic inflammation which is why its a slow rather then a fast kill, they will be able to keep it unclear for a long time I think.

        Until they have masses of people they know personally dropping dead normies will keep on ‘norming’

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      From Thursday August 11, 2022 “The Highwire”…

      The attorneys for ICAN obtained documents for the 5 companies below.
      The Video describes how anyone can obtain these documents.

      5 Largest Life Insurance Companies In U.S. Show Increase Death Payouts in 2021

      …By taking similar legal action, attorneys for the Informed Consent Action Network have now obtained the annual statements from the five largest insurance companies in the U.S.

      Annual statements from 2017-2021 were obtained from Met Life, New York Life Group, Northwestern Mutual Group, Mass Mutual, and Prudential America Group.

      Below is the chart showing Ordinary Death Benefit numbers for each year. The red highlight signifies the years of the COVID pandemic response.

      Looking at the data as a percentage and comparing the pre-pandemic baseline years of 2017-2019, numbers begin to approach those described by OneAmerica CEO Scott Davison. Mass Mutual, Northwestern Mutual Group and New York Life Group lead the pack all showing over 30% increase in Ordinary Death Benefit payouts compared to the pre-pandemic baseline years of 2017-2019.
      All five groups show increases of varying rates….

      VIDEO – Episode 280 Rigged
      Queue to around the 42 minute mark with Jefferey Jaxen reporting. He later describes how a person can get the documents.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      …continuing…SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes

      AUSTRALIA – ABC News
      Non-COVID deaths are up a significant amount this year. What’s driving the increase?

      There has been a significant increase in the number of non-COVID deaths since the Omicron wave took off, and that has doctors worried.

      There were an additional 4,000 non-COVID deaths, or a five per cent increase, in the first four months this year, compared with the pre-pandemic average.

      The director of the Mortality Data Centre at the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Lauren Moran, said among the additional 4,000 deaths, more people died of chronic diseases compared to similar periods prior to the pandemic.
      “We can see that for dementia, there’s been around a 20 per cent increase this year of the total number of deaths when we compare it to prior years, and around 18 per cent higher than expected for diabetes,” she said.
      Ms Moran said that while some of the increase could be put down to natural variation and increases with an ageing population, the deaths are statistically significant and confirm a trend that began late last year.
      “It is unusual for us to see such a high increase of deaths during the summer period,” she said.

      The Australian Bureau of Statistics can’t say what lies behind the higher death rates….
      Article found at…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      …continuing…SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes

      August 10, 2022 – By Mary Pat Campbell
      Excess Mortality in England
      [See CHARTS & GRAPHS and images]

      A quote
      ”Heart attacks and other cardiovascular issues are a major source of recent excess deaths.”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      REFERENCE – REFERENCE – Data Source

      …continuing…SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes

      The Society of Actuaries (SOA) is a global professional organization for actuaries.

      U.S. Individual Life COVID-19 Mortality Experience Study – Third Quarter 2021 Update
      This report is presented in the form of a Tableau dashboard and is the fifth public release from this report series and contains the results of an excess mortality analysis for the third quarter of 2021. Data from 28 companies representing approximately 69% of the industry’s face amount inforce were included in the analyses in this report. A total of 2.9 million death claims from individual life policies from 2015 through September 30, 2021 make up the basis of the analyses. The report also compares the experience under COVID-19 of the insured population versus the general population.

      U.S. Individual Life COVID-19 Mortality Experience Study – Third Quarter 2021 Update: Tableau Dashboard
      COVID-19 Mortality Study: Actual and Expected Relative Mortality Ratio Examples
      COVID-19 Mortality Study: 2020 and 2021 Relative Mortality Ratio Examples
      Tableau – Brief Instructions for first-time users

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thursday, August 11, 2022 by: Ethan Huff
      Covid jabs linked to sharp death increase in the Netherlands

      (Natural News) An independent Dutch researcher has published a paper revealing that all-cause mortality has increased substantially in the Netherlands ever since Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” were introduced.

      The preprint study looks at about 350 municipalities across the Netherlands, evaluating excess death rates in comparison to jab uptake. Every area where lots of people got injected has seen all-cause mortality skyrocket, the data shows.

      Since the second half of 2021, study author and computer scientist André Redert discovered, the Netherlands has seen a sharp uptick in his country’s “vaccination-correlated mortality-rate,” which now averages around 5 percent.

      “This means that 5 percent of the deaths were distributed in ways consistent with vaccination rates,” explains Patrick Delaney, writing for LifeSiteNews.

      “While this pattern does not prove these deaths were caused by the shots, it does prove that there is correlation between them, and plenty of evidence already exists of excessive death rates in highly vaccinated nations around the world.”

      EuroMOMO Bulletin says “an elevated level of excess mortality” persists across Europe….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      …continuing…SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes

      Sept 2nd, 2022 – MERCOLA – (Two article titles)
      Did Lockdowns Cause Increased Mortality Rates? (LewRockwell)
      Statistics indicate COVID jab is the ‘elephant in the room’ when it comes to excess mortality rates (LifeSite)
      ‘Far more people died in 2021, after the rollout of the COVID shots, and in 2022, than during the height of the COVID pandemic in 2020.’

      ~~~ Emerging statistics on excess mortality rates paint an alarming picture. Far more people died in 2021, after the rollout of the COVID shots, and in 2022, than during the height of the COVID pandemic in 2020.
      ~~~ Mainstream media are trying to divert your attention from the elephant in the room — mass injection with experimental gene transfer technology — to anything and everything but that.
      ~~~ The Telegraph blames the unexplained excess deaths on lockdown effects. Many didn’t have access to routine medical care during lockdowns, and are now dying from chronic diseases that went untreated.
      ~~~ U.K. Office for National Statistics (ONS) data released August 16, 2022, show excess deaths in England and Wales were, as of August 5, 14.4% higher than the five-year average, which works out to 1,350 more deaths per week than normal. A majority of these excess deaths were cardiovascular in nature — a primary adverse effect of the COVID jabs.
      ~~~ In the U.S., we lost 349,000 younger Americans to something besides COVID and non-natural death between April 3, 2021 and August 13, 2022, and that’s not counting the tens of thousands of death records that the CDC has inexplicably deleted. As much as 15% to 25% of the death reports that could indicate a COVID jab death are missing. Other data show that during the fall of 2021, Millennials, aged 25 to 44, had an 84% increase in excess deaths.

      [GRAPHS and many details in article with references]
      …He describes how, at the very end of May 2021, an “odd signal” developed in his COVID tracking models. This odd signal came in the form of an ICD death code (International Classification of Diseases code) called R00-R99, which stands for “Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings, not elsewhere classified.” In other words, deaths from undetermined causes.
      As a result of this odd signal, he started tracking these R00-R99 deaths…
      …Disturbingly, he discovered that death records were inexplicably being redacted and deleted during a very crucial time period….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      …continuing…SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes

      Sept 2nd, 2022 – By Enrico Trigoso at Epoch Times
      Embalmers Have Been Finding Numerous Long, Fibrous Clots That Lack Post-Mortem Characteristics
      (IMAGE: Fibrous clots found in corpses by Richard Hirschman.
      Richard Hirschman, a licensed funeral director and embalmer in Alabama.)

      Several embalmers across the country have been observing many large, and sometimes very long, “fibrous” and rubbery clots inside the corpses they treat, and are speaking out about their findings.
      Numerous embalmers from different states confirmed to The Epoch Times that they have been seeing these strange clots, starting from either 2020 or 2021.
      It’s not yet known if the cause of the new clot phenomenon is COVID-19, vaccines, both, or something different.
      The Epoch Times received videos and photos of the anomalous clots, but could not upload them due to the level of gore.

      Mike Adams, who runs an ISO-17025 accredited lab in Texas, analyzed clots in August and found them to be lacking iron, potassium, magnesium, and zinc.
      “We have tested one of the clots from embalmer Richard Hirschman, via ICP-MS. Also tested side by side, live human blood from an unvaccinated person,” Adams told The Epoch Times.
      He found that the clots are lacking key elements present in healthy human blood, such as iron, potassium, and magnesium, suggesting that they are formed from something other than blood…

      — Drastic Increase in Clots —
      Richard Hirschman, a licensed funeral director and embalmer in Alabama, recalled that he has been in the trade since the tragedy of 9/11.
      “Prior to 2020, 2021, we probably would see somewhere between 5 to 10 percent of the bodies that we would embalm [having] blood clots,” Hirschman told The Epoch Times.
      “We are familiar with what blood clots are, and we’ve had to deal with them over time,” he said.
      He says that now, 50 percent to 70 percent of the bodies he sees have clots.
      “For me to embalm a body without any clots, kind of like how it was in the day, prior to all of this stuff … It’s rare,” Hirschman said.
      “The exception is to embalm a body without clots,” he noted.

      — Clot Analysis — …. [ARTICLE continues with MANY STATISTICS and DATA and ANECDOTES]

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

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      August 29, 2022 – By Eugyppius at A Plague Chronicle – via LewRockwell
      Exhaustive Study of German Mortality Data Finds Excess Deaths Tightly Correlated With Mass Vaccination

      Excess mortality in Germany 2020–2022 [LINK] is a preprint by Christof Kuhbandner (a psychologist at Regensburg) and Matthias Reitzner (a statistician at Osnabrück) that applies sophisticated actuarial analysis to the publicly available all-cause mortality data provided by the German government. It turns out that when you account for historical mortality trends, the virus no longer looks so dangerous, and the vaccines no longer look so great.

      From the abstract:
      In 2020, the observed number of deaths was close to the expected number with respect to the empirical standard deviation.
      By contrast, in 2021, the observed number of deaths was two empirical standard deviations above the expected number.
      The high excess mortality in 2021 was almost entirely due to an increase in deaths in the age groups between 15 and 79 and started to accumulate only from April 2021 onwards. A similar mortality pattern was observed for stillbirths with an increase of about 11 percent in the second quarter of the year 2021.
      Something must have happened in April 2021 that led to a sudden and sustained increase in mortality in the age groups below 80 years, although no such effects on mortality had been observed during the COVID-19 pandemic so far.

      [GRAPHS and TABLES – article continues]

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

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      A medical Army officer who discovered a sudden increase in disease coinciding with reports of side effects alongside COVID-19 vaccines—which the Army has dismissed as a data glitch—said he faces involuntary separation after being convicted but not punished for disobeying COVID-19 protocol….

      Specifically, the number of cancer cases among active service members in 2021 nearly tripled in comparison with the average number of cancer instances per year from 2016 to 2020, Bashaw said in his declaration….

      NOTE: Many more details to this spider-web of a story on how older data has been altered.
      August 26, 2022
      TITLE: “Drastic Increase In Non-Infectious Diseases In Military Explained As Data Glitch: Whistleblower”
      Authored by Ella Kietlinska and Joshua Phillip via The Epoch Times via ZeroHedge

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes

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      …continuing…SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes


      Sept 4, 2022 – Margaret Menge Substack – Crossroads Report
      Sudden deaths in a college town
      Three Indiana University students and at least three others died suddenly and unexpectedly a year ago within an 8-week period. What happened?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

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      — STEVE KIRSCH — ???? – A quick dismissal because of “his experts”.

      On Tuesday August 23, 2022, Steve Kirsch posted this (with links and image)…
      Computerized Thermographic Imaging and Live Blood Analysis Post C19 Injection
      I’m on the road and just got this. Is this legit? I am very skeptical. Seems like a lot of conjecture.

      [IMAGE – Two blood slides are compared. One shows ‘clean’ free-floating blood cells, while the other shows ‘clumping’ and ‘stacked’ and warped blood cells.]
      [A VIDEO and article is linked]
      … From Ana Maria Mihalcea, “I interviewed a Brazilian Biologist and Researcher, Felipe Reitz, who is doing Computerized Thermographic Imaging in the C19 injected and correlating this with Live Blood Analysis. The clots are everywhere, even in young athletes in their 20’s, it is absolutely heartbreakingly shocking. These are completely asymptomatic. For the love of humanity, please look at these images and the video we did.

      As an Internal Medicine Physician of over 20 years’ experience, I have never seen anything so devastating in its implications. He has found the same thing in children, as young as 2 years old.

      If this visual proof does not help doctors stop the jabs, or people not to get them, I do not know what will. Maybe whole-body Computerized Thermography needs to be standard of care for all C19 injected people.”….

      There ended up being a total of 672 Comments or more, but very early after Steve published his post, he commented…

      Noteworthy is how rapidly Steve Kirsch dismissed the imaging in the comment section.
      QUOTE: ”Thanks. My experts were unimpressed”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Elements of the following article have been previously mentioned, although this article gives a good overview with sourced links…

      September 8th, 2022
      Adults Aged 35–44 Died At Twice The Expected Rate Last Summer, Life Insurance Data Suggests

      Death claims for working-age adults under group life insurance policies spiked well beyond expected levels last summer and fall, according to data from 20 of the top 21 life insurance companies in the United States.

      Death claims for adults aged 35 to 44 were 100 percent higher than expected in July, August, and September 2021, according to a report by the Society of Actuaries, which analyzed 2.3 million death claims submitted to life insurance firms.

      The report looked at death claims filed under group life insurance policies during the 24 months of the COVID-19 pandemic, from April 2020 to March 2022. The researchers used data from the three years before the pandemic to set a baseline for the expected deaths.

      While COVID-19 played some role in the majority of the excess deaths for adults over the age of 34 during the two pandemic years, the opposite was true for younger people. For people 34 and younger, the number of excess non-COVID deaths was higher than those related to COVID, the data show.

      During the third quarter of last year, deaths in the 25-to-34 age bracket were 78 percent above the expected level and, for people aged 45 to 54, 80 percent higher than expected. Excess mortality was 53 percent above the baseline for adults aged 55 to 64.

      The Society of Actuaries (SOA) asked all 20 of the participating life insurance companies how they determine the cause of death for the purpose of recording claims. Of the 18 that responded, 17 said they list COVID-19 as the cause of death if it’s listed anywhere on the death certificate, while eight of the 18 said they go further and communicate with relatives and the medical examiner and look at other sources to try to determine the true cause of death….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Continuing this SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance – Funeral Homes

      September 27, 2022 – Margaret Menge
      THREE death spikes of Americans ages 18-64 followed the vaccine rollout
      (See GRAPH)

      There were three death spikes following the introduction of the Covid-19 vaccines in mid December of 2020, according to the most recent data from the National Center for Health Statistics, which is part of the CDC.

      The line graph above shows deaths from ALL CAUSES for people ages 18-64 starting in January of 2019 and extending through May of 2022.
      The data comes from the “cause of death” information taken from death certificates.
      For the purposes of comparison, 2019 is the baseline year…

      …The highest number of deaths BEFORE the vaccine was in April 2020, when 75,508 people ages 18-64 died from all causes.
      Monthly deaths did not come anywhere close to 80,000 until AFTER the vaccine was introduced, in December of 2020…

      …For cause of death, the CDC shows Covid-19 as the fourth leading cause of death in 2021 for the 18-64 age group.
      The leading cause of death was “malignant neoplasms” — cancer. This was also the leading cause of death in 2019, the base year.
      But the second leading cause of death in 2021 for 18-64-year-olds was accidents, which was third on the list in 2019.
      The third leading cause in 2021 was “diseases of the heart” — which would include heart attacks.
      Deaths from so-called “diseases of the heart” were up 11 percent from 2019 to 141,587 among Americans ages 18-64….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      October 2022
      EUROPE – Excess Mortality in July 2022

      European Parliament Member and attorney Mislav Kolakušić (Croatia) shows a map of Europe with each country’s excess mortality and also with each nation’s vaccination rate.

      Mislav Kolakušić is part of a group of very outspoken parliament members in Europe who have been pushing back against the tyranny in Europe.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      …continuing…SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes

      Nov 2, 2022 – Alex Berenson Substack
      [Funeral Corporate profits near 1/2 billion]
      The funeral business is booming. And not because of Covid

      …Today Service Corporation International, the largest for-profit funeral operator in North America, had its quarterly earnings call.
      SCI had another great quarter, you’ll be pleased to hear! So far in 2022 the company has made almost $500 million in profits – and its stock rose more than 10 percent today after its earnings report…

      …As Thomas L. Ryan, Service Corporation’s chairman and chief executive, told investors Wednesday morning:
      “What we would have expected is, why wouldn’t we go back towards, let’s say, a 2019 level, maybe you get a percent or so growth of 2019, I would expect that. So that would be a reasonable level that we think would stabilize. And that’s kind of what we anticipated…”

      “What we’re telling you is, the third quarter of this year, we did 15% more calls than we did in the third quarter of 2019. That is not what anybody would have anticipated and that has just a very de minimis amount of Covid deaths [emphasis added] in it.”….

      Article continues – SEE IMAGES

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      […continuing SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes]

      Published Monday November 21, 2022 – 68 minutes
      World Premiere: Died Suddenly

      There are a lot of interviews and footage regarding the Funeral Home business and “stringy clots”. I’m glad I watched this film. It may be a good disemmination piece for the right audience.
      Fortunately, Stew Peters was not a dominating character of the film with only a few brief clips.
      The military interviews were worth noting.
      The Eugenics agenda is covered with some classic clips from the past.


      Mark Crispin Miller has been logging the vaccine injuries and deaths. There is a tremendous archive of “stories” on his SubStack.

  90. Broc West says:

    Happy New Year you awesome people!

    Don’t have anything particular to add other than I hope you’ve all had the best possible holidays wherever you are.

    Thank you, as always, so very much for your continued support of The Corbett Report.

    Back next week 😉

    Love ya’ll xx


    • Fact Checker says:

      Looking forward to another year of Brocwestian visual razzle-dazzle!

    • jo-ann says:

      I concur with Fact Checker. Also, I recall you provided some valuable ideas to one or more episodes of The Corbett Report in the past year. Happy New Year!

    • Torus says:

      Happy New Year Broc!

      I just rewatched “Designing Humans for Fun and Profit” It was amazing and hilarious! So incredibly well done! James’ content is significantly enhanced by your talented and creative work. Much love!
      Thank you!!

    • nosoapradio says:

      Just wanted to wish you a very very belated Happy New Year to you too, Broc West.
      Today is the first anniversary of my unintended UFO photos.
      I’m aware that UFOs are not politically correct on these boards but. Can’t help that. Dunno what I photographed, could be drones or something but, they’re, as of this moment, still unidentified flying objects.
      May your year be full of exciting and mysterious discoveries!
      And keep up the awesome and very funny, clever and insightful work!

  91. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Evidently, James Corbett is a Presenter at the 2022 Health Freedom Summit
    30+ of the nation’s true health experts, front-line journalists, and legislators sharing practical strategies to strengthen our health, freedom, and sovereignty.
    Better than a shot in the arm: 30 speakers you need to hear before you put your health in the hands of Bill Gates…

    Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
    Catherine Austin Fitts
    Del Bigtree
    JP Sears
    Dr. Paul Thomas
    Erin Elizabeth
    Alana Newman
    James Corbett
    Dr. Sherri Tenpenny
    Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi
    Sayer Ji
    Peggy Hall
    Dr. Jim Meehan
    Mary Holland Esq
    Polly Tommey
    Dr. Stephanie Seneff
    Dr. Margaret Griesz-Brisson
    Brandon Amalani
    Dr. Anthony Phan
    Dr. Robert Malone
    Thomas Renz
    Mike Adams
    Stephanie Lind
    Dr. Joseph Mercola
    Dr. Nick + Andrea Gauthier
    Eddie Stone
    Jake Carter

  92. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Remember in September 2021 when President Biden decreed the National Vaccine Mandates?
    Then, businesses started to implement the Vax mandates, and people had to quit their job or get the jab.

    Tuesday January 4th, 2022
    The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics came out with recent numbers…

    Zero Hedge
    A Record Number Of Americans Just Quit Their Job, As Job Openings Surpass Unemployed Workers By A Record 3.7 Million

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      From “Business Insider”…

      …the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that 4.5 million people quit in November…
      …That’s up from the 4.2 million workers who left in October….

    • Jed says:

      They just quit, rhymes with gas lit, and dumb shit. They just took off their shirts and walked off the field.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        You are on top of things.

        …Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown just returned to action in Week 16 after serving a three-game suspension for providing the NFL with a fake COVID-19 vaccination card.
        Days before returning from suspension, there was still doubt regarding whether or not head coach Bruce Arians would allow him back on the team.

        Antonio Brown took his jersey off and threw it into the stands before abruptly leaving Sunday’s game against the New York Jets.

        Late in the third quarter with the Buccaneers’ offense driving downfield, television cameras spotted Brown taking his uniform and shirt off. He tossed it into the stands, giving it all away to fans, before making his way towards the tunnel…

        …Fittingly, Brown’s stunning and theatrical departure comes just days after he blasted reporters for focusing on the “drama” of his vaccination status and not football.

        Brown was already on thin ice with Arians, with Tom Brady‘s support being the only reason he remained on the roster. It’s fair to think this might be the last time Brown plays for the Buccaneers.

        Jan 2nd
        WATCH: Antonio Browns takes off jersey and throws it into stands, shockingly leaves mid-game vs. New York Jets

    • And with all of this record number of Americans quitting their jobs and record number of deaths (40%+) since the vaccine rollout, O My chronic variants, etc. etc. all this bad news…

      U.S. stock markets are at record highs. 🙁

      • westerncivic says:

        Yes. They are making a huge bet that workers will keep wearing their masks and do what they’re told.

        Have folks recovered from Stockholm syndrome yet?

        The 3 Tacks.

  93. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Saturday Jan 1st
    Interesting Shift – Australian Government Now Casually Saying They Will Pay for Adverse Reactions to Vaccine in Booster Phase,
    Media Calls 79,000 “The Rare Few”

    [2 minute news video in article]

  94. westerncivic says:

    Any friendly Corbetteers in L.A. want to grab some coffee in coming days?

    • cu.h.j says:

      I’m not in LA, still in northern CA. If I was in Southern CA, I’d definitely love to have a coffee!

      There have an excellent place in Silver lake I used to go to that had amazing overpriced one cup at a time brew. But it was amazing. Haven’t had a better cup of coffee that they had.

  95. jo-ann says:

    Congressman Troy E. Nehls (R-TX-22) entered the transcript of the Joe Rogan Experience #1757 – Interview with Dr. Robert Malone, MD into the Congressional Record after Twitter and YouTube removed the interview from their platforms. Dr. Malone is a widely published mRNA vaccine expert who went on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast to raise concerns over the COVID-19 vaccine.

    Links to transcript download and video may be see at:

  96. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Wed Jan 5th, 2022 – Motorius – By Steven Symes
    New Law Will Install Kill Switches In All New Cars

    …While it might also seem like a sci-fi tale, soon enough the United States federal government could force automakers to install kill switches authorities can access and use to shut down any newer vehicle…

    …According to an article written by former U.S. Representative Bob Barr, hidden away in the recently passed infrastructure bill, the very one I warned before would negatively impact drivers across the country if it were to pass, is a measure to install vehicle kill switches into every new car, truck, and SUV sold in this country. The regulation likely won’t be enforced for five years, so maybe there’s time to do something about this.

    As we’ve seen both in this country and others recently, what constitutes “law-abiding” can change drastically overnight. For example, in September a car was pulled over in New Zealand and the occupants arrested when police discovered the trunk was full of Kentucky Fried Chicken meals. They were smuggling the fast food to customers in locked-down Auckland, against quarantine measures. Yet not too long before, delivering restaurant orders to people was considered a reputable, legal activity.

    It gets even better: Barr points out that the bill, which has been signed into law by President Biden, states that the kill switch, which is referred to as a safety device, must “passively monitor the performance of a driver of a motor vehicle to accurately identify whether that driver may be impaired.” In other words, Big Brother will constantly be monitoring how you drive. If you do something the system has been programmed to recognize as driver impairment, your car could just shut off, which could be incredibly dangerous…

    …But wait, there’s more. This kill switch “safety” system would be open, or in other words there would be a backdoor. That would allow police or other government authorities to access it whenever….

    • Jed says:

      With the kill switch that’d be all of Chuck’s predictions, they’ve all come to be — circa late 80’s, early 90’s — we (carpentry crew) thought he was nuts, we’d listen then we’d laugh. He would go off about: implanted micro-chips, the UN, rainbow money and the Fed., bar codes and 666, satanic rulers and their symbols and auto kill switches in cars. We’d laugh, and it’s all true, all of it and more. Sorry Chuck, my bad.

    • jo-ann says:

      I wonder if police cars will also have kill switches? That might not work out for them. (ha-ha)

  97. garden says:

    somewhat mundane comment/observation to add for contemplation:
    while browsing the ingredient lists of dish soap the other day (I keep looking for one that does disolve grease well, with fully biodegradable ingredients – haven’t found one yet btw) I took special note of 7th Gen which now list their ingredients as “Safe & Effective”
    a prediction for 2022: we will see this catch phrase come up in many more psychop ways to induce conditioning of the mind for their narrative
    keep an ear out for the phrase being used

  98. westerncivic says:

    Copied from yahoo:

    Macron estimated that approximately 90% of those eligible for the vaccine have taken their jabs while a “small minority” continues to resist the shots.

    “How do we reduce that minority? We reduce it, sorry for the expression, by pissing them off even more,” he said.

    The president said his government would need to pressure the unvaccinated by “limiting, as much as possible, their access to activities in social life.”

    “So we need to tell them, from Jan 15, you won’t be able to go to the restaurant anymore, you won’t be able to down one, won’t be able to have a coffee, go to the theatre, the cinema,” Macron also said.

    Western Civic typing now:

    These are declared acts of war on humanity. Macron and those like him are military targets.

  99. Steve Smith says:

    I relate to Vin Cognito (Caggiano) a lot . Probably because of the guitar thing but also because our ages are so close, Plus I spent my earliest childhood days a few blocks from where he lives. (Boy has it changed) I’ve learned a lot from him just by watching some of his videos. Some of them repeatedly.
    But my favorite part of the videos that he is doing with James where they are delving into the songs of the Beatles is the opportunity to just hang out with them. Thats what it feels like. Just a couple guys sitting around, talking about something that motivates them on a deep level and enjoying each other’s company. Not focusing on making the video so much as just being normal friends.
    Its great therapy for this socially isolated boomer.

  100. westerncivic says:

    I wish I knew much better what is happening in Chile. Huge opportunity there with the rewriting of the constitution and a protest mandate for direct democracy

    However since this plan stopped the massive protests, it’s clear the establishment is pulling out all the stops for some sort of republic.

    This could be a huge step forward, side stepping much uglier scenarios…

    Is the atmosphere prohibitively contaminated with covid think?

    Will Bo#RiC the young politician be a help or a hindrance?

  101. Torus says:

    Please share

    Defeat the Mandates March in Washington DC
    United We Stand, in Peace We March

    Sunday January 23, 2022
    11:30 am EST
    Meet at Washington Monument and March to Lincoln Memorial

    This coincides with a WORLDWIDE March against Mandates

    Link to the Defeat the mandates DC website
    We want to be…free.
    Free to work.
    Free to travel.
    Free to learn.
    Free to question.
    Free to speak.
    Free to pray.

    Free to say no.

    Partnered with:
    The Unity Project
    Children’s Health Defense
    Global Covid Summit

    Let’s bring our energy together!
    If you can’t make it to DC go to your state capital and march to defeat the mandates!

    James and All please spread the word. Let our voices be heard.

    • bleak says:

      Try this one…

      Pro-Vaccine Big Pharma Execs Invite You to D.C. to “Protest Against Vaccine Mandates” – Did You Forget What Happened on Jan. 6th 2021?

      conspire (v.)
      from Latin conspirare “to agree, unite, plot,” literally “to breathe together,” from assimilated form of com “with, together” (see con-) + spirare “to breathe”

      “We all breathe the same air.”
      – John Kennedy, June 10, 1963

      • jo-ann says:

        Thank you for the link. It was an interesting view point, although the headline was misleading. These medical “superstars” are not Big Pharma executives; they are medical and scientific experts in their fields and serve as consultants, even to government agencies such as DOD and DARPA. I do not think that this organized march is a set-up, but would not be surprised if the event is infiltrated by state actors.
        Until recently these physicians probably lived in a totally different paradigm and didn’t take time to learn about the history of Rockefeller Medicine and corruption of Big Pharma, CDC, NIH, and FDA. The same can be said about many physicians worldwide that only now realize something is very wrong. Indeed, R. F. Kennedy Jr is not anti-vaccine, and is a Democrat. That doesn’t mean that he cannot fight for our medical freedom and for ‘safe vaccines’ in a court of law. These brave men have drawn the line and defined the hill they are willing to die on – with boots on.
        I would argue that we need all these dissenting professionals to help convince our families, friends, and neighbors (who give authority to the white coats) that the government health experts and their policies are not based on science and that we are heading towards medical and financial tyranny.

  102. Fact Checker says:

    Well, according to this post, Alison McDowell has contacted all the presenters at the “Greater Reset III” (including James Corbett), protesting against Derek Broze’s endorsement of a “play-for-pay” video game called “Splinterlands” that Broze (seemingly by his own admission on social media) is promoting to children in Mexico as a means of “improving their situation”. You just can’t make this stuff up:

    McDowell’s presentation is not exactly…organized, shall we say?…to the point where it takes a lot of effort to understand WTF she’s going on about.

    However, if you take the time to parse through, it sure does look like there’s a game being peddled to kids, with some level of Broze’s involvement, where they get a “crypto-wallet” and perform in-game tasks to mine crypto. This is, of course, the whole nine yards of training kids to be “crypto-slaves,” as projectively ideated by the publication of “UN PATENT 2020-060606”. You know the one.

    It’s all extremely creepy, disturbing, and conspirataining AF.

    I would also note that the musical acts at this Greater Reset III event are: Broze himself, under the stage name “33” (with its obvious masonic allusion), as well as another act “SO/BELOW”…another masonic allusion, as in the masons’ motto, “As above, so below.”

    • Torus says:

      I respect Alison McDowell’s strong distaste for gaming-turned-crypto-mining, (and simultaneous data mining of youth). And I can respect that there are different view points on how this game, “Splinterlands”, might benefit or harm the users. Personally, I think using ones time and energy building life skills is far better than gaming, even for “real crypto”. But apparently Derek Broze thinks this can benefit impoverished kids. Sounds like there could be a solid debate here.

      What I do not respect, is Alison McDowell’s approach in this disagreement. In the letter she wrote to the participants in the Greater Reset III it says “we will assume all who continue to decide to participate in Broze’s event with this knowledge are in fact aligned with his view affirming child labor and ‘self-ownership'”.

      Does this seem childish to anyone else? Guilty by association.

      There is not one independent journalist I agree with on absolutely everything. There is not one activist I 100% align with. Not Broze, not Corbett, no one. For Alison McDowell to project the views of Derek Broze to all these activists is not only disrespectful but presumptuous.

      She is making a threat. The letter continues, “We plan to make it known to the public that all speakers were advised of this in advance and that their participation reflects at least tacit approval of this predatory venture tied to global capitalist interest.” Perhaps contacting Derek Broze directly, sharing her perspective, and asking him not to promote this game, would have been a more appropriate approach?

      Maybe this game is predatory, maybe it does data mine and waste time. ??? Derek would be wise to dive deeper before promoting it.

      • jo-ann says:

        Indeed, McDowell’s statement seems immature and akin to extortion. Bad reflection on her.

      • Alchemist says:

        She could have taken a different approach, but WTF Derek 🤦‍♀️

        • pearl says:

          My thoughts exactly!

        • cu.h.j says:

          I looked up “Splinterlands” and on the surface, it seems pretty benign.

          I looked at their privacy policy here: They aren’t suppose to collect data from children without parental consent according to the policy.

          When ever someone uses social media, they put their privacy at risk, it seems.

          It would have been much better if Allison McDowell would have educated Broze as to why she thinks this game is helping the great reset.

          I think she could improve her communication skills and be much more effective to deliver her message to potential allies.

          Anyway, a respectful debate about blockchain technology would be a good idea.

          • Fact Checker says:

            You really think “benign” game developers pay little kids to play their games? Out of the “goodness of their hearts”???

            You really need to backread McDowell’s stuff, and watch some of her deep, long-form interviews, because you clearly don’t even see what the issue is.

            Sometimes, c u hj, you really need to LURKMOAR.

            • cu.h.j says:

              I will go back over her material. I find it pretty disturbing especially given the current situation.

              I am curious about the game and considered trying it to see what exactly it is, but don’t want to give up my IP address to this company, or have some weird malware installed on my computer.

              The privacy issue seems like the biggest detractor, but there may be other nefarious issues with it that I could only discern by playing it myself. On the surface, the game looks like a waste of time, bad for ones mental development, and privacy risk. I also see that it encourages a vicarious existence, like all social media and gaming, sort of like living in the matrix rather than the real world. That in and of itself is damaging and unnatural.

      • matthew.s says:

        Alison is HOLDING THEIR FEET TO THE FIRE. She exposes people she does it by making them CHOOSE a side. Everyone should watch her do it to Naomi Klein and now she is doing it to Broze and Catherine Austin Fitts– No doubt she is a pit bull– but don’t forget she is one of the best researchers out there bar none.

        The Game the elites play is Good Cop Bad Cop and make no mistake they CONTROL Both narratives that are being heard. Whitney Webb and Greenwald expose themselves when they go against here. Luring children into the metaverse through paying them through games is PURE EVIL. Nobody who is on the side of Nature and Humans can be for this – it is that simple.

        Expose them all Alision — you shine a bright Light and are the TRUE TRUTH TELLER. Greenwald again and again shows who he is when he takes money from billionaires – don’t forget that. And I am not buying all the Joe Rogan hype either —

        • Fact Checker says:

          I agree pretty heartily with your comment, except I don’t think it’s fair to lump Whitney Webb in with the likes of the despicable sodomite Gatekeeper Glenn Greenwald.

          Webb is also one of the best we’ve got. Her mistake was popping out kids at an inopportune historical moment, making her economic situation more precarious than it should have been, which makes her more dependent on, and open to, as many sources of income as possible (unfortunately including blockchain). However, both her work, and that of Professor Taoist on Unlimited Hangout, is strongly against blockchain-for-kids, and she’s kept her eye on the Ed-Tech ball very well. I still hold out naive hope that the rift between her and McDowell can be mended…

          And yes, Rogan is a tried and true devil puppet One! Hundred! Percent! In! (As da Mag would say.)

      • matthew.s says: