Episode 405 – Designing Humans for Fun and Profit

07/09/2021109 Comments

Welcome, Esteemed Globalist Supergopher. Here is your access link to the secret online briefing session of the Committee of United Nazis, Tyrants and Sociopaths. On today’s livestream, your deep state briefer will walk you through what we’re telling the public about our ambition to transform the human species through biodigital technologies . . . and reveal what we’re actually doing to engineer a perfectly compliant, perfectly controlled, cattle-like subspecies.

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The Future of Medicine is Personal | Anantha Shekhar | TEDxIndianaUniversity
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Creating the sixth sense – David Eagleman, Baylor College of Medicine
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Regina Dugan’s Keynote at Facebook F8 2017
Time Reference: 4:26

 

Watch Elon Musk’s Neuralink monkey play video games with his brain
Time Reference: 5:45

 

Life In Our Image – The Ethics Of Altering The Human Genome
Time Reference: 9:55

 

Dr. Charles Morgan on Psycho-Neurobiology and War
Time Reference: 12:08

 

Brain Science from Bench to Battlefield: The Realities – and Risks – of Neuroweapons | CGSR Seminar
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Groundbreaking ‘superhero’ vaccine based on Olympic athlete DNA could transform society
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Euan Ashley livestream with Anne Wojcicki
Time Reference: 18:00

 

Bidirectional electromagnetic control of the hypothalamus regulates feeding and metabolism
Time Reference: 18:55

 

Flipping a Switch Inside the Head
Time Reference: 19:37

 

José Delgado, implants, and electromagnetic mind control
Time Reference: 20:38

 

 

Human Augmentation – The Dawn of a New Paradigm
Time Reference: 21:15

 

Life In Our Image – The Ethics Of Altering The Human Genome
Time Reference: 26:55

 

Livewired: The Inside Story of the Ever-Changing Brain
Time Reference: 28:35

 

Biotechnology/Nanotechnology | Andrew Hessel | SingularityU Germany Summit 2017
Time Reference: 30:09

 

Dr. Charles Morgan on Psycho-Neurobiology and War
Time Reference: 32:07

 

Annie Jacobsen: Inside DARPA: The Pentagon’s Brain
Time Reference: 34:45

 

Dr. James Giordano: Battlescape Brain: Military and Intelligence Use of Neurocognitive Science
Time Reference: 35:43

 

Wearable/Implantable Nanotech Is Your New Normal & Experimental COVID Injections Are Its Fast-Track
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RRNews 234: New Global Warming Solution – Smylex
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Whitney Webb Dissects the Wellcome Leap into Transhumanism
Time Reference: 40:20

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  1. rma says:

    My psychopathic handlers, henchmen who were appointed to control me by Kangaroo court, seem to only know how to do one thing, and that is, checking boxes. Yes, if I don’t answer their harassing and intrusive phone calls, so they can “check the box,” that I answered the phone, I will be whisked away by the police against my will. Do they care how dangerous, disruptive, and what a violation, beyond words, this is? No!

    And how did the Court come to the decision that I should be constantly monitored, harassed and violated? Because they ran an independent Predictive digital test with a secret proprietary Algorithm, that profiled my demographics as a “bad risk” of my supposed future behavior. Yes, Judges are now looking into their crystal balls to predict and determine decisions that will affect peoples’ future lives.

  2. Fact Checker says:

    “Hope you guessed my name.”

    Ah, yes. You go by many names.

    Of course, regarding that “devilishly handsome James Corbett,” it would seem that his “couple weeks off” were spent painstakingly producing another absolute treasure of a piece! The production values are off-the-charts here. The whole conceit of the WEF Zoom chat is just beautifully executed, and the Rumsfeld gag in particular! LOLIRL!

  3. Jesse says:

    Monsanto has already laid the ground work for enforcing patents of nature in the corrupt court system. Those that get this MRNA vax do not worry any future kids you have will not be big pharma property? That is all conspiracy theory.

  4. Paul says:

    Just wondering why all of the videos are being uploaded in 360p? Odyssey supports higher resolutions, and on many screens these days native 360 is either tiny or pixelated.

  5. donsandy says:

    Technology is a tool. Tools can be used for good or evil, life or death, survival or destruction. There will always be people who use tools for what they believe is survival, but they destroy. Their perspective is limited to “their” survival or the values they believe are necessary to promote the only people who matter to them.
    This is why communication of all ideas, ongoing debate of all ideas, is necessary.
    Who will debate, discuss, old/new ideas, incessantly? INTELLECTUALS! Who will try to control ideas by controlling intellectuals? People who fear other people, ideas they disagree with or don’t understand, e.g., intellectually lazy people who believe their ideas are the only safe ideas, practical ideas, and using violence is necessary to kill bad ideas, which always means killing people. For them, it’s self defense, a necessary evil, or perhaps not evil at all.
    Whatever the rationalization, they will stop at nothing to get/keep control of ideas/humanity. Their focus is narrow and deadly, limited and lethal. Their mind is closed, too frightened to think, obsessed with their fears.

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    In case you missed it…

    At the 40:20 mark, Whitney Webb comes on. She discusses kids and the Wellcome Leap into Transhumanism.

    Director of The Wellcome Trust is Jeremy Farrar.
    Back in February of 2020, Jeremy Farrar played a “quarterback” role in making sure that the Covid-19 official story was that the Sars-Cov-2 virus came from an animal(s), not from a lab in gain of function research.

    Jeremy Farrar corridated with Fauci (NIH/NIAID), Francis Collins (NIH), W.H.O., teams assigned to write the “science”, along with the publication of the literature. He “masterminded” the official story by coordinating the players.
    Because he is not a public government employee, his non-governmental communications are shielded from Freedom of Information Act requests.

    You can see the Fauci emails which elude to his role in the whole charade.
    https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-1649-whitney-webb-dissects-the-wellcome-leap-into-transhumanism/#comment-112788

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Episode 405 – Designing Humans for Fun and Profit was so much fun!
    I really enjoyed being in the classroom with this approach.

    The last line…this was Sympathy For The Devil with frosting on the cake…
    “Pleased to meet you. Hope you guessed my name.”

    • scpat says:

      Indeed. You beat me to it, but I’m still going to post the video anyway.

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GgnClrx8N2k

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        SONG: “But what’s puzzling you is the nature of my game.”

        Top-of-pyramid Evil Guy with striking good looks says:
        “…It is almost within our grasp. We almost have completed our dream of achieving the speciation of the human species into:
        Us, The Superclass
        and
        the compliant human cattle subspecies that we will rule over forever.”

        Speciation – DEFINITION – the formation of new and distinct species by splitting a single lineage into two or more genetically independent ones.

  8. colosseum says:

    Hi James,

    Today I was listening to Reiner Fuellmich in session with David Martin and he (David) did a deep dive in the world of patents around coronavirus(es). Some truly astounding findings in there that is absolutely worth listening to.

    A recommendation for you and everyone else:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jtc-_0tkeog&t=16225

    • zyxzevn says:

      https://youtu.be/Jtc-_0tkeog?t=12344
      Reiner Fuellmich

      The inventor of the mRNA vaccine explains the lack of safety.
      Also about corruption and censorship.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      BUMP
      BUMP
      BUMP

      Thanks Colosseum! There are some powerful revelations here with David Martin.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Starting at around the 6:00:00 mark regarding the injection of the ‘Spike protein’ sequence, David Martin states “…everyone of these is, in fact, a synthetic artificial sequence… …the exact sequence seems to be elusive.”

        On this SUB-THREAD, several things to note:
        Dr. Fauci and then Dr. Barney S Graham of NIAID | NIH, and then Lund University’s “Modeling of the Virus to create Synthetic Structures for Vaccines and other”. Via Lund, Dr. Andrea Thorn (Universität Hamburg) points out that all these different players involved in making the spike for the vaccines have different models, and there seems to be no real concern on having an exact, standard model.

        In the 3 minute Bloomberg video, Dr. Anthony S Fauci states:
        “…the work that my Institute did in the contribution to the development of a successful vaccine, actually more than one vaccines for Covid 19.
        The original component of the vaccine that is being used by virtually all the companies: the Spike Protein of the novel coronavirus, the configuration in which is used in the vaccine, was developed by scientists in my Institute that I direct. So we feel very good about that.…”

        https://www.corbettreport.com/futurevaccines/#comment-101369

    • Thanks colosseum. Excellent information in that clip!

      Yes this is the same Dr. David Martin who I recently provided a link to here for his take on “How Did We Get Here”.

      https://forbiddenknowledgetv.net/dr-david-martin-the-illusion-of-knowledge/

      • colosseum says:

        Thanks for the video FT!
        There are clearly some great insights in that presentation (although I do not fully embrace the idea of insurance companies as the sole culprits, but surely they play a significant role).

        The image of the DNA/tapestry is definitely powerful and makes sense: after all, the whole reductionist approach to medicine and life has been a sham all along.

        The idea of chromosomes as antennas is not far-fetched at all, and it goes in line with the much-undervalued electromagnetic approach to the mechanism of life by Robert Becker et al.

        I strongly suggest Becker’s book Cross Currents:

        https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/705404.Cross_Currents

        As well as the more recent one on the same topic: The Invisible Rainbow:

        https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/51353279-the-invisible-rainbow

      • Fact Checker says:

        Hey FT. You know, I’m glad you revisited this because I have been thinking more and more about this Martin character since our last exchange, and some parts of this presentation have only gotten more and more disturbing upon reflection.

        First is his disclosure about his marriage. He laments that his marriage failed solely on account of his ex-wife’s “depression,” that he “just wasn’t magic enough” to overcome. Think about the implications of this. If taken at face value, it means that he abandoned his emotionally devastated wife, and blamed it entirely on her and her psychiatric condition. Then, he maintains that he did everything he could, but that her “depression” was just more powerful than his “magic.” In other words, he considers himself blameless and without fault. It moreover implies that he gaslighted the shit out of his wife while they were married, psychologizing and clinical-izing their conflict, so that she was always solely to blame, and made to believe she was batshit crazy to boot. After reflection, his disclosure about his marriage alone pretty well demonstrates that he is a narcissist, and a damn-near sociopath. (He clearly regards himself quite highly, un-ironically calling himself a “prophet” and strutting the stage like a Silicon Valley corporate guru.)

        Second, is the even more disturbing sequence where he brags about being approached by “THEM,” and being “offered the World” should he join them. He says he declined…but then in the same breath he admits that he allowed “THEM” to copy his passport stamps in order to create forgeries! In other words, he admits to being a willing intelligence asset, participating in criminal fraud for espionage purposes! So in what way did he “turn them down”? And all of this is volunteered very much in the manner of boasting.

        The guy’s a creep. Sorry. Compromised by his own (unsolicited!) admission. I think everyone should be very leery of him, and his purposes. He says he wants to be told, “Well done, good and faithful servant.” But who is his master?

        • colosseum says:

          In D.Martin there is always this religious fervor that is mixed up with his narrative and I have always tried to separate the character from the facts. Even Hitler, in his utter unjustifiable psychopathy, was writing interesting stuff in Mein Kampft.

          One thing is for sure: he seems to hint very high-level connections, and whether that is true or not (he could be simply boasting), It would be interesting to find out more about his background.

          • Fact Checker says:

            “there is always this religious fervor that is mixed up with his narrative”

            That’s an understatement. His messianic pretensions border on self-parody.
            Not only does he expressly fancy himself a “prophet,” but he is downright giddy about the Current Year hastening toward Armageddon: comparing himself to Noah seeing a pair of giraffes approaching on the horizon, he is gleeful about the prospect that he is about to carry his pets through the oncoming cataclysm. Somehow he thinks that his “secret knowledge” of life insurance underwriting will be his “Ark” of deliverance? Really weird, when you think about it.

            It all rubs me very much the wrong way in retrospect, although I admit I was pretty caught up in his charismatic delivery while watching it. (That’s the most dangerous part.)

          • urthp says:

            The big lie (German: große Lüge) is a gross distortion or misrepresentation of the truth, used especially as a propaganda technique.[1][2] The German expression was coined by Adolf Hitler, when he dictated his 1925 book Mein Kampf, to describe the use of a lie so “colossal” that no one would believe that someone “could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously.”
            The ring of truth from 100 years ago. We are slow learners.

        • I am sure Dr. Martin is not a saint and probably has a few skeletons in his closet, like most of us.

          You have a very imaginative mind and are ummm… projecting onto Dr. Martin.

          First is his disclosure about his marriage. He laments that his marriage failed solely on account of his ex-wife’s “depression,” that he “just wasn’t magic enough” to overcome. Think about the implications of this. If taken at face value, it means that he abandoned his emotionally devastated wife, and blamed it entirely on her and her psychiatric condition. Then, he maintains that he did everything he could, but that her “depression” was just more powerful than his “magic.” In other words, he considers himself blameless and without fault. It moreover implies that he gaslighted the shit out of his wife while they were married, psychologizing and clinical-izing their conflict, so that she was always solely to blame, and made to believe she was batshit crazy to boot. After reflection, his disclosure about his marriage alone pretty well demonstrates that he is a narcissist, and a damn-near sociopath.

          He talks about his wife’s depression for a total of 30 seconds!
          He says nothing more than she was in a state of depression and despite his best efforts as a ‘magical’ person (jokingly) he couldn’t break through her depression. That’s it. That was the extent of his discussion about his wife!

          From that, you came up with the following ‘implications’…
          1. He abandoned his wife.
          2. He blamed his wife’s mental state entirely on her.
          3. He considers himself blameless for her depression.
          4. He gaslighted his wife to bring her to her state of depression.
          5. They had a conflict due to her depression.
          6. He had psychologized and clinicalized their conflict making her feel she was ‘batshit’ crazy.
          7. He is a narcissist.
          8. He is a sociopath.

          Second, is the even more disturbing sequence where he brags about being approached by “THEM,” and being “offered the World” should he join them. He says he declined…but then in the same breath he admits that he allowed “THEM” to copy his passport stamps in order to create forgeries! In other words, he admits to being a willing intelligence asset, participating in criminal fraud for espionage purposes! So in what way did he “turn them down”? And all of this is volunteered very much in the manner of boasting.

          You are mixing up two different events.

          In 2006 he said he was approached by the CIA and State Dept. and they asked for his passport to photograph stamps in it.

          Back in 2006 he may have thought he was doing his patriotic duty in helping them with their work.

          Years later (the second event) when another group talked about ‘giving him the world’, not knowing he had already traveled the world, he politely declined.

          Are you projecting again?

          1. Martin admitted to being a willing intelligence asset.
          2. Martin participated in criminal fraud for espionage purposes.

          • Fact Checker says:

            Hey FT, I want to start by saying that I’m glad you brought this presentation up, because at the very least, it’s provocative and fascinating. I’m not trying to start a fight with you in any sense.

            That being said, Let me go through your response:

            From that, you came up with the following ‘implications’…
            1. He abandoned his wife.

            I didn’t “come up” with that. That’s necessarily true based on the fact that they are now divorced. Call me old-fashioned, but I actually take the act of making wedding vows seriously, and I think it is a significant thing when somebody breaks them. That is especially true for somebody so aggressively pious as this Dr. Martin. If you can’t keep a solemn vow, why should anyone trust your pious pronouncements about being a “good and faithful servant”?

            2. He blamed his wife’s mental state entirely on her.

            Again, I didn’t “come up with” this. He states outright (apropos of nothing at all, really) that her “depression” was the singular cause of his own “sex drought” and the failure of their marriage. I’m not “making stuff up.” I’m just unpacking the necessary implications of what he says outright.

            3. He considers himself blameless for her depression. Again, that’s what he says, by saying his “magic” just wasn’t enough, because “depression was just just more powerful than [his] magic.”

            4. He gaslighted his wife to bring her to her state of depression.

            This is an inference–an extremely strong one–based on the circumstances he describes, in combination with his rather domineering persona as depicted in the video. Think about. He divorced this woman “because of her depression.” But he did everything he could to “work his magic,” only to find his efforts unavailing. This is a classic, self-serving, one-way interpretation of events. As soon as you induce the mind state of the wife, and consider things from her perspective, even based on the limited available facts, it follows necessarily that he attributed all their conflicts to her psychiatric condition, which is an extremely problematic dynamic. Take into consideration his swaggering attitude, and I’m gathering a prolonged gas lighting relationship.

            5. They had a conflict due to her depression.

            C’mon. He says this outright. In fact, I’m not saying that, he is! My whole point is that the reasonable inference is that he unfairly attributed their conflict to her depression. (In reality, it was probably because he’s an overbearing cad, and that’s why she became depressed!)

            • Fact Checker says:

              6. He had psychologized and clinicalized their conflict making her feel she was ‘batshit’ crazy.

              He psychologizes her in the presentation. I’m not “coming up with that.”

              7. He is a narcissist.

              Yes, this is my strongly supported judgment. Narcissists often reveal their narcissism by telling stories where they depict themselves as in the right, whereas if you step back and think about what they’re saying, it’s actually quite obvious they were in the wrong, and decidedly so. If his wife was truly clinically depressed, he should have a damn good reason to justify divorcing her. Her being depressed is a reason to stay and support her–not an excuse to leave her! C’mon! He’s using his own moral failing as an excuse! It’s contemptible.

              8. He is a sociopath.

              This is also my supported opinion. It is less supported than that he’s a narcissist, which is precisely why I qualified it that way. (“Damn-near.”) You can agree or disagree, and I’m happy to hear contrary evidence, but you cannot say there’s no basis for this judgment, based on what he directly admits.

            • Fact Checker says:

              1. Martin admitted to being a willing intelligence asset.
              2. Martin participated in criminal fraud for espionage purposes.

              Once again, I did not “make up” either of these. They are simply rephrasing what he says outright in his presentation, in a non-flattering light. (He admits these things with an off-putting pride, I might add.)

              You say he “thought he was doing his patriotic duty.” Yes, as does every intelligence asset, when they first start getting entangled in the corrupting web. But once they are going down that corrupt, dishonest road, they are compromised by the dishonestly inherent in that first fraudulent act–and then they just get embroiled deeper and deeper. If he came out and said he regretted it, and renounced his participation, that would be one thing. But he doesn’t. He brags about it onstage.

              • ccuthbert2001 says:

                factchecker,

                your psychoanalysis of someone whom I am assuming is a total stranger is not only way over the top from that tiny bit of info, it’s disturbing.

            • “Hey FT, I want to start by saying that I’m glad you brought this presentation up, because at the very least, it’s provocative and fascinating. I’m not trying to start a fight with you in any sense.”

              No problem at all.

              Perhaps you took personal offense to his “Take that fact checkers!” statement less than 30 seconds before he talks about his ex, and that led you to lash out on him? 🙂

              I hear all of your arguments to defend what you said about Dr. Martin and his ex’s depression.

              I still think it’s amusing to have come to all of your conclusions based on the 30 seconds he devoted to the topic that fly by before you can barely bat an eye. 🙂

              Perhaps others here can weigh in with their thoughts?
              The 30 seconds occur at the 109:35 mark in the video below:

              https://forbiddenknowledgetv.net/dr-david-martin-the-illusion-of-knowledge/

              • flammable says:

                We should be wary of all people delivering this information especially a possible intelligence asset. However what Dr. David Martin reveals does not appear to be “insider” or “whistleblower” information that only he can verify. It is publicly available records that anyone could have found if they put the work or knew where to look.

              • MagicBullet says:

                I agree, the 30sec about his wife is neither here nor there with anything, except he is trying to get buy-into him as a real person from the audience.

                His offers from the elites sound similar to the same offer situation that Alex Jones got. Is it truth? Is it a limited hangout? A paradoxical intent to manipulate the audience? I don’t know, and even if his info is openly available, I’m not sure I would like this guy if I was an elite.

                His joking narcissism is also neither here nor there with the validity of what he says except that it is part of his motivation to be special-we can only pray for the better.

          • Steve Smith says:

            The idea that there should be some checklist of criteria that someone must meet before you can give yourself permission to consider the information or opinion that they are providing is silly.
            When is that demanded of anyone?
            Does one question a doctor about his private life before they agree to consider the diagnosis he offers?
            Does one even demand that of friends?

            I haven’t watched the interview yet. Now I’m not sure I should. Maybe he kicks his dog.🐕

        • vadoum says:

          factchkr,
          “some parts of this presentation have only gotten more and more disturbing upon reflection.”

          Ditto

          He well could be riding the wave of medical establishment arrogance that is the front line of those that would demonically dominate. They are simply living on stolen faith. most people trust the DR’s and their impeccably vague fairy-tales that they call knowledge.. why trust someone who says they know even when they dont?

          Your predictions of his relationship with his depressive wife is exactly what my father (retired psychiatrist) did to his 2nd wife. I’m first hand witness to exactly the dynamic you accurately describe.

          Its easy to spin doubt about him because of the points you make, and I could name a few less obvious,, so what then? He is some form of distraction, to filibuster our attention? a gatherer of hopium addicts ID’s? A dbl agent performing as a master deceiver to gain confidence of certain hard-case audiences that will be corralled and dealt with once herded?

          He may be also be a good guy? too soon to tell, but my bullshit meter is occasionally spiking around these details about him.

          I see many pyramids of economically oriented power. Perhaps the Insurance mob could be at the peak of one, especially because they’re tied to the commerce of death.

          • Fact Checker says:

            “so what then? He is some form of distraction, to filibuster our attention? a gatherer of hopium addicts ID’s? A dbl agent performing as a master deceiver to gain confidence of certain hard-case audiences that will be corralled and dealt with once herded?”

            Yeah, I sense the last of those. A Pied Piper. That’s what he seems to be getting at with his Noah’s Ark parable. He’s gonna load up a menagerie of anti-vaxxers and skeptics onto his Ark, where he can be the petty prophet and patriarch. “With two swingin’ babes of every race,” as the song says.

    • pearl says:

      Very interesting conversation. So the term “new normal” was scripted by Moderna years ago (he originally said it was Merck but corrected himself minutes later, did I understand that correctly?)!

      He says, starting at 5:11:15, “Peter Daszak, the person who was independently corroborating the Chinese non-lab leak non-theory because there wasn’t a lab leak; this was an intentional bio-weaponization of spike proteins to inject into people to get them addicted to a pan-corona virus vaccine. This has nothing to do with a pathogen that was released and every study that’s ever been launched to try to verify a lab leak is a red herring.”

      We may therefore conclude that the Highwire’s latest episode covering the whole Fauci thing is just more theatre. Del Bigtree is either being played or he’s one of the players.

      • candlelight says:

        Pearl,

        Unless you were just being a little tongue-in-cheek, based upon whatever convolutions Dr. Martin is expressing here, I would certainly not jump to any conclusions that would denigrate Del Bigtree in any way, at least not on account of Dr. Martin.

        Martin’s coming off like he’s the latest and greatest sole arbiter of truth, whereas some of what he has to say sounds like utter baloney. It’s far more likely that Martin is the player, and we’re the ones being played.

        Can anyone even interpret what Martin is saying here? Because I really can’t make full heads or tails out it.

        Okay, he’s saying the spike proteins were intentionally weaponized. Fine. I think we all know that. Nothing new about that statement. But, what does he mean “this has nothing to do with a pathogen that was released…”? Also, is he simply trying to say that a lab leak suggests an unintentional exposure and therefore is a red herring, because in reality it was intentional? Is he just playing semantics?

        Granted, his thorough chronological knowledge of patents concerning gene sequencing is impressive, and very useful in making a strong case against Fauci & co. But, again, just like the weaponization (gain-of-function) of the spike wasn’t new, the knowledge of pre-covid patents wasn’t exactly new, either, it’s just Martin’s info is seemingly complete.

        But…

        I think his idea expressed in his “How Did We Get Here” presentation, of life insurance companies ruling the world to the exclusion of the central banking system is utter nonsense. As if the two don’t go hand in hand, or cut from the same cloth? Bullshit. As an aside, I thought it was funny when he mentioned about the business model of term life insurance and went on to infer that the life insurance companies were instrumental in shipping young men and women off during WWI to die as being beneficial for that particular model…. Yeah, right? What a frickin dummy.

        So, is he a player, oh, definitely. A distraction of some sort, yup. And about the half dozen, or so, personal flaws the man has per Fact Checker’s critique, above, most certainly for sure.

        • Fact Checker says:

          “the business model of term life insurance and went on to infer that the life insurance companies were instrumental in shipping young men and women off during WWI to die as being beneficial for that particular model….”

          Right! That’s another one. He never finished that thought! It was pretty clear that he was in the middle of saying it, when he suddenly realized what he was saying made no sense, and so he just resorted to smirking all knowingly at the audience and nodding his head meaninglessly. (His bowtie might have started spinning at that point? Or perhaps that was my imagination.)

          • candlelight says:

            Or perhaps it’s the Martin Effect: One sees the bowtie whilst hearing the yarn…pure hypno-magic!

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Regarding: Dr. Martin and other “whistleblowers” or alternative pundits, and even mainstream media.

              I’m interested in the information which gets presented. I think we all are.
              The messenger of that information (even if its Kim Kardashian) doesn’t interest me too much, except for context.

              All that said, combining recent info from Martin, Bigtree, Mercola and others…
              For me, my real take-away on all this information…
              It seems very evident that people were conspiring and planning for a soon to happen “medical intervention event”, and people conspired on how to shape THE OFFICIAL STORY.
              https://www.corbettreport.com/summer-open-thread-2/#comment-112963

              It is a cookie-cutter 9/11 event scenario. All these people and entities were getting their ducks in a row “knowing in advance” that soon a global “medical intervention event” was going to happen.

              • candlelight says:

                All well and good. But, don’t forget, HRS, you’re like that proverbial one in a million. Maybe you can extrapolate and absorb all these points of view (information) which are at times disparate and contradictory such as what Pearl describes with Martin v Bigtree. Which leads me to ask again, what exactly is Martin saying regarding the lab leak as being a red herring? Why a red herring? And why is he saying a pathogen (which he doesn’t name) that was released (and he doesn’t mention from where) has nothing to do with the weaponized spike? What is he implying, what is he talking about? 1. That SARS-Cov-2 doesn’t exist? Or, 2. Whatever pathogen released has nothing to do with the engineered spike? Or, 3. The engineered spike didn’t originate from Wuhan Lab, and it’s a wild goose chase to verify same? Is he implying it was planted on the Chinese to frame them(which I wouldn’t doubt)? Bigtree doesn’t venture there. Is that on somebody’s part an intentional discrepancy?

                You’re getting the big picture from all these various sources of information/points of view – though, hopefully fully excluding any from Kim Kardashian – so please tell me the meaning of this little piece of the bigger picture Martin is painting here? Because I’m confused.

                You mention the plandemic is a cookie-cutter 9/11 event scenario. Yes, it certainly seems that way. But, twenty years on, information/knowledge leading to the conclusion that 9/11 was an inside job…and $2.75…will get you on the subway.

                9/11 Truth swarmed with covert operators, purveyors of
                disinformation and misinformation from the get-go, embedding themselves into the movement to confuse and misdirect, and water it down. Some of the biggest players I contend were put in place prior to the event, itself, so-called “whistleblowers”, who served to propped up the official narrative, not crush it.

                The same damn thing can be going on as we type. Only, twenty years from now, the subway won’t be $2.75, it’ll be $7.75.

              • pearl says:

                The question ought to be, what isn’t a red herring nowadays? But seriously, you’re right: that was stated but not elaborated. Fuellmich should’ve followed up, but I think they, too, were dazzled by charm. Your thoroughness shames me, Candlelight. I just took it for granted that he meant the whole Fauci thing was a red herring to distract from the vaccine push, transhumanism and the gradual implementation of Agenda 21, ’cause that’s how I see it. Come to think of it: isn’t that one of the narcissist’s traits, to reflect back to us our idealized self? I just read something about that in Sam Vaknim’s book not too long ago. Hmmmm…

              • candlelight says:

                It’s not that I’m being so thorough, Pearl. I’m just asking questions about what Martin is trying to express. I mean, talk about manufactured sequences, I think his method of communication is a form of intentional obfuscation.

                But, maybe that’s just me. Others may be more adept at deciphering his words. But, I really don’t know what he’s talking about, what he’s referring to, and why he’s saying what he’s saying, when it comes to the red herring thing, and the idea about a released pathogen having nothing to do with anything…. It’s just strange. He seems like one of those people who throw some truth out there, and lace the rest with their own spin, even if it’s total hogwash in some cases, and people still eat it up. It’s the double edged sword that is the Internet of truth and the Internet of lies.
                Not much we’re going to do about it.

              • candlelight says:

                I looked up Sam Vaknin. Never heard of him before. A self professed psychopathic narcissist, is he?

                I don’t know if I’d take much of what he has to say to heart. Even before looking him up, his idea about one of a narcissist’s traits is to “reflect back to us our idealized self”, seemed totally wrong. Yet, now I see it makes sense. Because, ironically, it’s precisely what a narcissist would think from their hard-wired, warped perspective – they believe their own cool-aide, they can’t escape their own self-idealization, believing in their own minds they’re some sort of perfect beacon for the rest of the world. Yet, nothing could be further from the truth. All of that self-idealization they’re beaming to a normal person is more akin to a cautionary tale, an example of something to avoid like the plague, certainly not something to identify with. That would be like drinking poison, if you ask me. If I were reading Vaknin, I’d definitely keep mindful, with each sentence and word, of what he is, and the place he’s professedly coming from.

                Anyway, I appreciate that you brought the matter up about Martin and Bigtree. I think it’s important. It’s really an example of how two “truth tellers” who seemingly are not on the same page create dissonance of the cognizant kind. It’s an unfortunate fact, but it is what it is. At this point in time, after so many years, it’s almost like I just need to feel things with my gut, and sort things out that way, because like you joked, what’s not a red herring these days? So very true.

                By the way, while I have you, I had wanted to ask you where’s your bud? I haven’t seen a post by mbp in quite a while. Sooner or later mbp’s going to have to take a break and get off that hamster wheel, no? 🙂

                Be good.

              • pearl says:

                I discovered Vaknim through Corbett member “Duck” who linked to one of his videos sometime back (he’s got tons!). Try as I might, I found most of them quite dry and dull (that’s a reflection on me, not him), but in small doses, the topic is interesting, otherwise it’s just depressing and everybody, including me, begins to look like a basket case. Anyhow, I’m usually a better reader than listener so I downloaded his textbook on narcissists, read it for a full day and voilà! I’m an expert! Can’t you tell? 😉 But yes, he’s got an interesting, checkered past and has been diagnosed as a narcissist! There was a horror movie I saw on tv several years ago with the ridiculous title: “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” (it was actually pretty good!). Vaknim is like one of the characters, a reluctant vampire who teaches the young Abe Lincoln to recognize and hunt the remorseless vampires who are conspiring to take over the world. Don’t laugh! It could really happen! But yes, he is just another source, like all the others we sift through in our free time and then, hopefully, discuss here (and how!), which makes for one of the most interesting places to read. I’m thankful for this most diverse community and its many perspectives, and for James Corbett whose comment policy allows for just about anything but unexplained links and 501 words.

                Speaking of perspective, didn’t you know? ManBearPig has taken up with her previous moniker NoSoapRadio, and I see she also contributed to this conversation just further down. As usual, good stuff!

              • candlelight says:

                I hadn’t a clue….almost. In other words, now that you mention it, I seem to very, very vaguely remember, fleetingly, something of the sort, some connection between mbp and nosoapradio. I’ve noticed nosoapradio on occasion, but not knowing/remembering it was really mbp, I hadn’t paid much attention. I certainly never would have picked up on nosoapradio as no soap radio. Funny that for some weird reason, whenever I saw a nosoapradio post, the name reminded me of Nosferatu…. Could be why I shied away? 🙂

                I’ve always tended to want to avoid assigning a gender to mbp, but since you have, I’ll be indulgent:

                Reading her post below, I will ad and slightly modify a little something to an age old adage:

                “A zebra can’t change her stripes, only her handle”

                Absolutely loved her description of dear old Sibel – “…such notoriously seductive controlled opposition pseudo-whistleblowers as Sibel Edmonds.” For sure, Sibel couldn’t have been more destructive to the truth movement if she tried….

                Unfortunately, though, I have a real problem with calling out the Covid-19 pandemic as an illusion. It was planned and it was hyped, but to say it is an illusion is a mistake. It may not be the black plague that it’s been hyped to be, but I think it meets the criteria that defines “pandemic”.

                If Covid-19 is accepted simply as an illusion, or worse, that a SARS-CoV complete with its protein spikes doesn’t exist, then…bingo!

                What do you get?

                You get holographs. You get no planes flew into the trade towers. You get division. You get confusion and delusion. You get a whole bunch of nonsense and bullshit, and people led unnecessarily off course.

                You get people like Martin who are cleverly preemptively poisoning a deep well of truth… that is, if he is indeed denying manufactured SARS Corona viruses, no matter what their engineered gene sequence, are out there getting people sick.

                Great that he’s telling us the patent history. Great that he’s telling us the entire aim of the project is to get the spike injected into the arms of humanity. But, uncannily, he seems to completely avoid in any direct way the topic of the virus, itself. as if the only way people are, or will, get the spike is through a needle.

                He creates an odd disconnect by insisting on calling it – whatever “it” is, that’s been “released” – an “alleged pathogen”.

                Why?

                That’s the real illusion here. Forget that there’s a real coronavirus circulating around the world causing in some people a severe acute respiratory syndrome aka SARS.

                Yes, it was manufactured.

                Yes, it was planned.

                Okay, so it’s not novel. The patents prove it.

                But, an alleged pathogen? Alleged?

                Huh? What am I missing, after all those goddamned patents? An “alleged pathogen“?

                Go figure.

            • nosoapradio says:

              Illusion.

              Yes, the use of this word in my comment below would warrant clarification.

              As I typed that word I was thinking of

              the overblown, deliberately misinterpreted, 35-cycle-PCR-induced pseudo-stats on the number of covid cases, the disappearence of the flu, the institutionalized practice of counting death from diabetes, car accidents and a whole host of other causes as “Covid deaths”, etc etc

              as conjuring the “illusion” of a pandemic.

              I am not a subscriber to the rather popular idea on these boards that “viruses don’t exist” or “viruses are not what they’re historically and propagandistically described as being”, though I do not negate the possiblitiy of these propositions being proven fact.

              I have, on the other hand, always negated their utility and efficaciousness when urgently attempting to convince the now vaccinated population that they shouldn’t be (given that such an exercise was even ever possible.) I argued that promoting the “viruses aren’t what you think they are” message would only serve to further discredit those sceptics questioning the nature of the covid-19 virus and its mass-implemented remedies, from lockdowns to so-called mass “vaccination” campaigns, even if, in fact, it turns out to be true that viruses are not what we think they are.

              On the contrary, when discussing the covid-19 “virus” I have supported the views of distinguished French geneticist Alexandra Henrion-Caude who has, from the beginning, before any David Martin ever skipped onto the alt-media scene, been discussing gain-of-function patents which would imply a genuine synthesized “virus” and thus a genuinely synthesized pandemic. Her interviews and activism, that are as stigmatized as they are censored, have had a devastating effect on her repuation within the French establishment intelligentsia where she formerly enjoyed high responsibility and prestige.

              So I’m what might be called a “Covid sceptic” which, just as “Climate sceptics” do not question the existence of climate change, does not mean I question the existence of Covid-19 or the pandemic, contrary to what my use of the word “illusion”, when considered outside of the context of my other comments, may have indicated.

        • pearl says:

          Honestly, I’m torn concerning Del Bigtree, but even so, I should’ve kept it to myself until I had proof, which I doubt I ever will. Having watched the latest Highwire episode earlier in the day, I was annoyed by his high praise of Jon Stewart the “master” of comedy. I seem to remember Stewart playing a significant role concerning the surviving emergency workers of 9/11, coming across as a true man-of-the-people. (Damn, my memory sucks, so I can’t recall the details, but they’re around here somewhere.) Anyway, even though I always believed covid-19 was a released bio-weapon, there’s something off about the late night talk shows (which aren’t even remotely funny anymore) putting out the story for mass consumption. Same goes with Tucker Carlson. I’ve not forgotten his 9/11 truth mockery. Short memories in deliberately confusing times.

          Since I left my comment, lots of good insight concerning Dr. Martin has been expressed. He shall be regarded with equal skepticism, if not more.

          • Alchemist says:

            One of the best vaccine truthers, Dr. Suzanne Humphries, called him out as a player years ago, so you are not alone in thinking this (then she jumped on the Q train. I always thought she was too smart to actually fall for Q, so I don’t know what to make of that).

            I treat the spotlight reps (RFK jr, Del Bigtree, etc.) as a bridge from lie to truth, but I don’t listen to them regularly, because I find that they distract from the big picture and, deliberately or not, lead us astray.

        • ccuthbert2001 says:

          candle light,

          “Okay, he’s saying the spike proteins were intentionally weaponized. Fine. I think we all know that. Nothing new about that statement. But, what does he mean “this has nothing to do with a pathogen that was released…”?”

          I think what he’s saying is the following: there is NO virus, therefore there is no spike protein from nature. Therefore, the “spike protein” has nothing to do with a pathogen, released or otherwise.

          This is correct. There is no virus that causes covid. We have been through this before in various comment sections. There are no scientific journal articles that show the isolation/purification of any virus, and no studies that show any causation nor even correlation with this nonexistent virus and da covid.

          IT’S A HOAX.

          Therefore there is no spike protein from a novel corona virus. I have suspected that tptb have developed a pathogen which they are calling the spike protein.

          The fact of the matter is there ain’t no virus, and we have absolutely no idea what is in those jabs.

          What we do know is that whatever is in those jabs is not for your health and well being.

      • cu.h.j says:

        Is the lab leak a red herring? There was a lab in Wuhan. Perhaps it was a toxin, or an actual virus.

        It sure looked like a viral pneumonia to health care providers, some of them got sick.

        The idea that it’s not been isolated needs to be addressed. I need to look into that more.

        Del Bigtree I think is giving a platform to people who have different views. I don’t think he’s controlled opposition.

        • flammable says:

          A virus leak from a lab might be a red herring but I would not rule out another type of leak or intentional release.

          There are existing patents from 2008 to 2019 that matches every aspect and component of the Sars-Cov-2 virus prior to the outbreak. This includes each segment of the gene sequence, the method of detection via RT-PCR, the S1 spike protein, and a spike protein vaccine.

          This means the so called novel Sars-Cov-2 virus was known to be in existence for many years prior to the Wuhan outbreak. The only leak possible would be something that can exploit the coronaviruses already in our bodies.

          • cu.h.j says:

            Interesting you say that. Dr. Woodarg (the german physician who spoke out about past pandemic hoaxes) said something similar, that Sars-Cov 2 isn’t new.

          • ccuthbert2001 says:

            “This means the so called novel Sars-Cov-2 virus was known to be in existence for many years prior to the Wuhan outbreak.”

            No it does not. It means they have been prepping for this hoax for 20 plus years.

      • nosoapradio says:

        All my poor over-taxed brain will strive to retain is the crucial fact that there was no leak, only a deliberate campaign to create an illusion of a pandemic with the ultimate objective of injecting the world population, or at least a significant percentage of it, with a very potentially devastating substance.

        (Also that examining patent records might have some forensic merit which is what French geneticist Alexandra Henrion Caude has been doing since at least early last year.)

        The “lab-leak” campaign might just serve to exacerbate the antagonism between China and the West while keeping the vaguely skeptical minds away from the more terrible systemic truth. Whatever the case may be, yes, the lab-leak BS is akin to the 9/11 LIHOP theory promulgated by such notoriously seductive controlled opposition pseudo-whistleblowers as Sibel Edmonds. It’s just as deceptively close to the truth as to attract people who sense the lies but who need to find some conformist middle-ground “moderation” in their interpretation. And with such seductive pied-piper personas holding the torch, who can resist? The lab-leak theory is only useful as a means of highlighting the MSM’s “about-face” hypocrisy but in doing so probably plays into their deceptive limited hangout game.

        Once I began to keep in mind that everyone has an agenda (including myself, of course) which dictates not only our perceptions, our interpretations of events but the way we portray them more or less accordingly in more or less controlled environments, I began to better understand why an alt-truth torch-bearer like Bigtree, who’s preoccupation is (as I understand it) with proving vaccines are dangerous rather than revealing vast conspiracies to control humanity, might be slightly off base on this particular issue. Whereas folks like Stewart and Oliver are obviously manipulated and manipulative puppet-mouthpieces of the Blackstone et al owned-mass media entrusted with perception management, the creation and maintenance of mass hysteria along with gatekeeping, damage control and a host of many other secretive, self-serving activities.

        The kittens are ripping up the rug and scratching the furniture in an attempt to strong-paw me into playing with them so better go, as I’m a tenant here, not an owner! Jeepers! Talk about conspiracies! 😯

        • pearl says:

          I was hoping you’d jump in!

          Not leaked as in, Oops! Oh no! See what those bad actors did! Now we need to vaccinate the whole world to keep us safe! but rather intentionally released to jump start the long desired brave, new world.

          I’m so glad you mentioned Alexandra Henrion Caude: I was finally able to hear her via an english interview by Planet Lockdown. I downloaded the first one, but have yet to hear the second. Huh! I just noticed they have one with Dr. Martin too:

          https://planetlockdownfilm.com/full-interviews/

          Kittens! What bliss!

          ps. Thank you for the kind words accompanied by music which you posted yesterday. I would’ve missed it entirely were it not for seeing Alchemist’s name in the sidebar and my curiosity to read what she had to say! As I’m positively clueless on Jung, I didn’t want to interrupt a rich discussion with my simple acknowledgment there.

        • nosoapradio says:

          sorry, “Blackstone” should be “BlackRock”…

      • weilunion says:

        Part one

        For those interested in DARPA and Dugan, it is important to note that the hacker community has been and continues to be working with DARPA. Yep,the freedom fighters on the web.

        DARPA is multi-disciplinary and relies on hackers for their work.

        You can go to page 91, online, (https://biodieta.noblogs.org/files/2020/05/Cult-of-the-Dead-Cow.pdf) to see, from the Cult of the Dead Cow, how it works. I will post some:

        “A year after Peiter Zatko, a hacker known as Mudge, top government sponsor, Richard Clarke, resigned from the Bush White House, Mudge rejoined BBN Technologies. Starting in 2004, he worked at BBN on research and development for US intelligence agencies, and he trained people who would become the core of the NSA’s elite hacking unit, Tailored Access Operations. Over the next sixyears, he worked on a lot of things he can’t talk about. “I think domestic lives have been saved as my ideas went operational,” Mudge said. He told me that lives in the Middle East were also saved because his tools were used instead of bombs. In 2010, the new head of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency asked Mudge to come in house and lead the agency’s cybersecurity efforts. Mudge had thought about DARPA before, but he hadn’t been enthusiastic about the agency’s prior leadership. The new boss, Regina Dugan, he liked. And DARPA, founded in 1958 in response to Russia’s stunning Sputnik satellite, had the coolest mission in government: “the creation and suppression of strategic surprise.” Like many positions inside DARPA, the post was for a fixed three-year term, during which he would award grants for offensive and defensive breakthroughs in security. But the opportunity was incredible.”

        • weilunion says:

          Part Two: But do go and read the whole thing for it puts the entire DARPA institute into a very different light.

          “Mudge convened the meeting by telling them that his DARPA slot had given the entire hacking community, at long last, “a seat at the table.” Now, he said, “let’s not waste this opportunity.” As they brainstormed priorities, Song asked about something different: a change in process. DARPA funded the big guys—defense contractors, other major corporations, and some university departments. Those operations knew how to navigate the paperwork, come up with slick pitches, and leverage their previous work. This left out talented small teams and individuals who had great insights from being hands-on hackers and no idea where to go from there. The son of a liquor-store owner, Song had used a small-business grant to startArbor Networks. He said DARPA should go small as well, and Smith agreed. Mudge had spent enough time around government to realize they were right, and he convinced Dugan. “The process itself was an impediment,” Dugan said. Mudge announced the Cyber Fast Track not long after, the first program at DARPA aimed at giving small amounts to small teams, instead of large amounts to large ones. Mudge funded nearly two hundred proposals, all of which let the researchers keep their own intellectual property. Among the recipients was Moxie Marlinspike, whose invention Signal would come years later, and Charlie Miller, who studied flaws in near-field communication as those protocols were getting embedded in more smartphones. At Def Con in 2011, Miller was presenting a near-field talk and bumped into Mudge, who was also speaking. Miller told Mudge some of the things he was interested in and asked if DARPA would buy him a car he could hack. “Submit and find out,” Mudge said, so Miller did. He got the car and hacked away. Building on that work later, Miller hacked a moving jeep being driven by a Wired reporter, prompting a mass recall and drawing global attention to the safety issues of computerized vehicles. The initial equipment and the money was one thing. But DARPA’s backing became even more important when a car company, upset at Miller’s revelations, threatened to sue. Mudge warned them that if they did, the Pentagon would join the suit on Miller’s side, with a significant number of well trained lawyers.”

          • nosoapradio says:

            I’m kinda curious about the real connection between Zatco and Julian Assange.

            “…Last I heard Julian had left to study mathematics and physics at the University of Melbourne. He was working on a “duress” based crypto-file system, also known as the “rubber hose” file system. The theory was that if your disk was encrypted and someone threatened to beat you with a rubber hose unless you decrypted it, you could fool him by decrypting a secondary innocuous file system without revealing the true content of your still cloaked files. The baddies would be convinced they had what they wanted and let you go while you would keep your secrets…

            https://pando.com/2013/09/14/how-the-us-government-inadvertently-created-wikileaks/

            Why do I get the impression I’m being rubber-hosed about Assange’s affiliation with DARPA or at least DARPA servants…?

            El exagente de la KGB contra el espionajeDaniel Estulinaparca alClub Bildeberg y su gobierno mundial a la sombra para centrarse en su nuevo libro en la organizaciónWikileaks. Según proclama Estulin enDesmontando a Wikileaks, (Planeta), la organización no es una creación deJulian Assange, sino de laCIA. Nada menos.

            – ¿Usted no se fía de nada?

            elperiodico.com/es/internacional/20110621/daniel-estulin-la-cia-monto-wikileaks-para-cerrar-el-acceso-libre-a-internet-1050958

    • cynthiapc says:

      Just popped in to post this video…and I see it’s been done. Here’s the link I watched it on. https://www.brighteon.com/37980fda-0944-4d29-b10c-c84dd7fe6bb2 (Must fast forward through the translations) THIS is a MUST SEE…the smoking gun!..the evidence to convict! Gotta have him on your show James!

    • pearl says:

      Cryptogon has linked to a blogger called Denis Bider who has done an excellent job summarizing this interview, point-by-point:

      https://www.cryptogon.com/?p=61732

  9. EndtheFedbook says:

    Haven’t finished watching this but love the parody of the (After the Virus: A Discussion Looking Back on the Next 5 Years) video at the start.

    Always appreciate it when Corbett and Broc inject some humour into their videos. Laughing at tyrants!

    • Fact Checker says:

      I didn’t catch the snarky descriptions of the technocratic talking heads from the very beginning, so I had to go back to find out how they characterized Musk:

      Unconvincing Humanoid.

      Perfect.

      The “Unthreatening Science Guy” descriptor for the guy talking about encoding GIFs into our DNA was my second favorite.

  10. re: the section on implanted magnets at 29:00.

    I don’t need to implant magnets into my fingers to feel magnetic fields.
    My body (specifically my head) can already sense electromagnetic fields in everything from cell phones to transformers to cell towers to hard/thumb drives to computers etc. !

    Perhaps my body has already been intercepted?

    I have a different take on this than most here.
    I don’t believe the psychopaths at the top of our food chain are dreaming up all of these whacko transhumanist schemes.

    I believe it is simply bright, inquisitive minds with absolutely no scruples who find themselves in bio research projects.

    They dream up these whacko applications and go about bringing them to life.

    Once they have been produced they are either picked up/encouraged or discarded by the psychopaths.

    Of course after a general theme has been developed (transhumanism in this case), the psychopaths see all kinds of nefarious possibilities it could be used for and steer/encourage the ‘bright minds’ to forge ahead with their projects at warp speed.

    • vadoum says:

      “simply bright, inquisitive minds with absolutely no scruples”

      Yes but there is an ethical responsibility when producing anything that may harm. I suspect, that the techies of our times are seduced along the way, easily denying the ethical implications for lack of direct experience to give it meaning. so the domnators of our species are being empowered by techy egocentric wanking,, what a mess.

      when I get out a town each evening, those crickets are sounding better and better.

  11. yellowbird says:

    Good Day !

    The content in this video is in some ways more disturbing than any I have seen on the Corbett Report. Not only because there is new data but the data confirms simple deductions. Deductions such as if these soulless people are talking about changing human DNA such as changing the brain of a developing baby, this only confirms they are currently doing it. There is no question there are laboratories around the world experimenting on humans, adults, children, babies, and embryo’s. These labs need to be found and destroyed along with the people who run them thrown into a prison with mirrored cells.
    Intellectualism is witchcraft This is what you get when ethics and morals are removed from humanity. We simply become an item for someone else to manipulate. Others like Todd Huffman(Karl Marx clone?)who have no soul and an incalculable level of arrogance. As I have believed for years, too many Star Trek episodes(along with other sci-fi shows) has without a question affected peoples sense of reality. It will all lead to the destruction of the human race, NOT the fulfillment of some futuristic setting like Isaac Asimov’s “Robot City.”

    • vadoum says:

      yellowbird,
      “Intellectualism is witchcraft”

      Witches used to be called “cunts”, which was (so I’m told) a name held with highest reverence, as well it should be. Now a days its the worst thing (where I live) that you could name anyone: that reversal of intent is “Black magic” which I think is what you meant by “witchcraft”.

      Just sayin’, dont be afraid of the intellect nor witches, we need intellect to discern the faces of deception, and white witches to fend off the biggest guns these days, just to keep kickin the human can down the road or at least try to keep our birth-promise: which, I think, has to do with healing our capacity for self awareness through continuing the understandings and strengths and questions of ones lineage.

      mirrored prison cells is an excellent idea.

  12. HyperSimian says:

    2ish minutes…I’m not a linguist

    I live in Cleveland, Ohio. Practically Midwest America, average for the country.

    It’s 50/50 vaccine to non-vaccine. Nobody cares either way on the vaccine choice unless pressed (which rarely never happens). Mask when sick, no mask when vaccinated or feeling fine. Simple. Respectable. If no mask at all, have common sense and not go out while aggressively symptomatic of something contagious.

    I will never get vaccinated because it’s a waste of time for multiple reasons (but “possibly” a good choice for others). People every day are waking up to their voluntary guinea pig for profit nightmare and smile. “But it’s free”…

    Sorry to be enthusiastic, positive, and optimistic but I feel we can win.

    People have realized the implications of this vaccine and the agenda behind it. “It won’t kill ya but not taking it is worse..”

    Great logic. Sign me up.

    I’ll stay healthy on my own thank you very much.

    Can we please get more self reliance?

    Why is the government our nanny telling us that the scheduled teeth cleaning is this Tuesday at 1pm?

    Give a man a fish to eat but also teach a man to fish to never be hungry. Give that extra.

    Try and don’t give up. Please

    Thank you for your time

    • s511 says:

      I am happy that you are “enthusiastic, positive, and optimistic” and “feel we can win”. It is possible. I live in one of the three targeted states for Bidens stormtroopers. North Dakota, Alabama and Mississippi(?) We are the highest of the lowest vaccinated states. Nobody I talk to around where I live either in the stores, courthouse, or flea markets is planning on getting the vaccine. They are pretty adamant. They are not in the news.

  13. Nelson says:

    Makes me think of the Biblical story of the Tower of Babel. Just with the ‘language’ of genetics instead of spoken language.

    • nosoapradio says:

      Yes! Me too! and also of the nauseating and paradoxically monotonous incoherence of Borges’ Library of Babel… all depending on where you begin the reading of the gobbledy gook sequence in the dizzying sequence of hexagonal chambers…

      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/gene/43740578

      … any way ya splice it, it still seems to come up gobbledy gook…

      like those geometric nonsensical “dreams” I have when I’m feverishly falling ill…

  14. GENDUN LAMA says:

    There’s just one fundamental problem. By genetic design, 70% of humans are sheeple [unless we are in Japan, where the Tokugawa system has been weeding for 400 years].

    That 70% will obey it’s ‘leaders’ to death.

    Oh, but things just changed. The sheeple have all just taken ‘the death vax’, and all the WEF is left with – is us troublemakers.

    It seems we may be entering ‘interesting times’.

    • nosoapradio says:

      If you’ll suffer an impertinent question that has absolutely nothing to do with the price of rare earth metals in China;

      is your moniker a deliberate anagram for “unnamed gal”?

      • Steve Smith says:

        “is your moniker a deliberate anagram for “unnamed gal”?”

        Even if not. Pretty damn impressive that you spotted that. Wow!

      • vadoum says:

        true, nice anagram work, however:
        I find that is also the name of the first Dalai Lama, back in 1391ad:

        https://treasuryoflives.org/biographies/view/First-Dalai-Lama-Gendun-Drub/10687

      • nosoapradio says:

        oh! ummm…(cough) impressive? well, uh, honestly, thanks but well, no not really:

        https://www.thewordfinder.com/anagram-solver/

        The first dalai lama! of course! silly me… always looking for noon at 2 o’clock as the French would say…

        So! well… I’ll just, uh, seize this opportunity to wish all the “fromages qui puent” a Happy Bastille Day! (despite Jupiter’s most recent and untimely assault on the most basic republican rights and freedoms symbolized by this national holiday):
        outube.com/watch?v=p7xXc2fYp-c

        I truly hope it “is palatably hyped!” 😉

        • nosoapradio says:

          https://twitter.com/TheMarieOakes/status/1415316590967595010?s=20

          I’m sure most of my entourage considers this to be “improper manners”. (not speaking about the CRS)

          • mkey says:

            That’s some of that democratic teargass. It’s a very much different blend than what those Russian regime upholders are using.

            • nosoapradio says:

              Well of course it’s very much different!
              The French raise their every endeavour to an art form!

              For example, their dictator is not just some garishly gilt Wharton Business School Tavistock Alumni with a pouting playboy pin-up a quarter of a century his junior draped over his arm!

              No! They have the exquisite good taste and savoir faire to enshrine a Rothschild banker who betrothed his junior high school theater teacher a quarter of a century his senior who in addition to her 15-year old pupils, had a pronounced taste for bankers, divorcing one to justify her ascent to Mount Olympus at Jupiter’s side!

              No slavic secret agent perennially piloting his country can aspire to such heights despite his alliance with a low-profile flight attendant with whom he begot a high-flying gymnast cum biotech expert who happens also to be deputy director of the Institute for Mathematical Research of Complex Systems at Moscow State University and participated in “Russia’s equivalent of Davos” in June of 2021.

              No! There can be no rivals for that special blend of vintage Rothschild teargas. The French definitely take their proverbial cake.

    • vadoum says:

      Dear Holiness,
      “and all the WEF is left with – is us troublemakers.”

      It may not be so simple as get jabbed and die; I suspect more nefarious means like get jabbed and maybe die but be easier to target, and but more likely, get targeted and (duck mate). Your comment reminds me of Faucci saying (with a specifically ominous tone, sort of a “I know something you dont,,”) “those that haven’t been inoculated will pay”. Causes of infection and death are most always educated guesses, imagine how convenient to have an automated, silent invisible target specific kill mechanism,, (can you say “50ghz beams in multi-source phase array”?)

  15. nesha says:

    It seems we met and heard all the alumni from Dr. Joseph Mengele School of Bioethics or at least the most successful ones. The best science $$$$$$$$ can buy.

  16. zyxzevn says:

    James, You could wear a fitting “Dr Evil” jacket in this talk.
    With a slightly different background.

    Dr. Evil
    https://i.imgur.com/90nWiYx.mp4

    Futurism pretending to be science?

    Much of the technology is not progressing linear in time.
    Instead of science there is a lot of futurism, that
    assumes such a continuous progression.

    From my technical perspective, it seems that
    each time they are hitting a wall of reality.
    A wall that limits what they can really do,
    and need a complete different technology to progress.

    Other technologies seem to require special equipment
    or environment to activate. Common in a laboratory,
    but harder in a normal living environment.
    Could be setup at schools or prisons or similar.

    To me it seems important to distinguish between
    the different technologies and have some estimate
    how much they are futurism, science fiction,
    or applicable science.

    As example:
    “Smart dust” –
    – Technology
    requires communication (too small for most communications)
    requires power (nuclear battery?)
    chip technology can be close to what Intel can do at maximum
    (beyond that we get noisy/leaky transistors)
    – Capability
    store data? release chemicals?
    does it run Java?
    cause clots? send ID code?
    – Activation
    Via chemical, or EM-pulse?

    Assuming the Pentagon does not use Alien style technology,
    the “smart dust” looks extremely limited to me.

  17. Tina says:

    Holy cow. That was half-funny and half-disturbing. A year ago when the covid event began, I had to disconnect from everything I was learning online at one point because it was so depressing. Now I have a different attitude. Instead of feeling an overwhelming sense of despair about what the psychopathic “super class” has in store for humanity, I feel challenged by it. I think this is an epic good-versus-evil showdown and I truly believe that the plebs will prevail. Everything I learn from you, James (and Whitney and all the other amazing researchers/ investigative journalists), all the knowlege you are bringing the masses is POWER. I don’t get depressed anymore. I’m actually excited about this showdown and feel in my gut that GOOD will prevail in the end.

  18. keithk says:

    Look at how casually they discuss gene therapy in a MAOA discussion on national TV: https://youtu.be/1T3KMvdxbJ8

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks Keith for that early 2020 4 minute clip of The Doctors TV show:
      “Are Violent People That Way Because of Genetics?”

      DESCRIPTION
      Genes can indicate violent behaviors and Bill Sullivan shares that some people have a defective enzyme and this enzyme is deficient in clearing the neurotransmitters in the brain, leading to a toxic buildup making it easy to become aggressive and violent. He shares that some people carry the mutation and would never hurt a fly, but If you were abused as a child, your odds of getting violent go through the roof.

      While they discuss the importance and influence of environmental factors for “turning off/on gene expression”, there is also this undertone of “genetic altering therapy”.

    • mkey says:

      I remember the first doctor (or whatever the role he’s playing) from the left-hand side throwing a fit when JB Handley pressed him about vaccinating children. Maybe it were the genes that made him throw that fit.

      It’s somehow sickly funny how these guys will keep mentioning the external factors (something as negligible as child abuse) while pushing genetics into the driving seat, as that’s the goal. Forget about exhorting people into assuming personal responsibility, naw, that would be so 19th century.

  19. mike_z says:

    How about an episode on John McAfee?

  20. reowen says:

    Good to know who the SOBs are and what they’re up to, but it appears that Nature and Nature’s God will have the final word. We should expect with a high level of probability our Sun and Earth to do their 12,000-year tango again — sooner rather than later. This will cancel all the agendas of the global elites, and most other people too, as civilization is sent back to the Stone Age once again.

    https://youtu.be/ryDbF610qc4

  21. debw says:

    Nothing ‘novel’ about covid …. 4000 patents currently , the spike protein patent was filed in 2000.
    DR. REINER FÜELLMICH,JD INTERVIEWS DR.DAVID E.MARTIN (JULY 09, 2021)
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/WfYoIdLmN4jk/

    • Fact Checker says:

      Wow, this pushing of “Dr.” Martin on every single alternative site is quite remarkable! Here, Unz, Off-Guardian, Bitchute comments, Lew Rockwell, Eric Peters–you can’t escape this character! It’s incessant!

      Can someone please tell me what this guy is supposed to do? He takes a couple minutes to explain his company, “EmCam International Innovation Risk Management,” which he describes as an “underwriter of intangible assets used in finance.” This is gobbledygook from moment one. After babbling incoherently about it for a while, he fails to say what they are supposed to be doing. “We monitor a series of thematic issues. We maintain global equity indices. Our business is the business of innovation, and its finance.” Ass, meet smoke. What an unmitigated load of un-direction.

      Then the rest is just incoherent, phony-baloney techno-babble, with a legal-clerical bent to make it extra boring and elusive. Patents for this and that genetic sequence. What’s his point? “Novel” coronavirus has bits and pieces that aren’t “novel”? Okay, that’s because “novel” viruses are supposed to have “mutated” from an older one. I’m not getting a point.

      This guy is a disinfo agent par excellance.

      • flammable says:

        The point was that the everything surrounding the coronavirus was controlled and manufactured from the beginning. Prior to the patent of coronaviruses, many segments that formed the sequence, mutations, variants, and even the spike protein were already known. That is why the patent was rejected at first. Because it was natural particles that were not seen as a threat.

        As soon as the patents were approved through bribes and political pressure everything changed. The patent holders had full control of the research, development, marketing of coronaviruses. They can decide at a whim that there is a coronavirus threat. No independent group can truly challenge them because they control everything directly related to the virus.

  22. A57 says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHA, Excellent James, very creative, love your guests and the baboon and lololol… rummy not being here…. He’s in hell where he belongs. Thx I needed to laugh.

  23. hellofriend says:

    Drinking game. Everytime Dr. S. MATTHEW LIAO uses the word “Right??” Take a shot. Then every time one of the feckless people talking with him don’t say “No, that’s not right, you’re a psychopath.”, Take another drink.

  24. Okiw says:

    Would’ve been funny if the show ended with the stream booting everyone out and James talking to another figure to assure said entity everything is “On track as planned. The So called Elite are complying beautifully.”

  25. Steve Smith says:

    This is an extremely fascinating and extremely disturbing presentation.

    New Species. New Shape. Same DNA

    “We knew that mucking with DNA will cause monsters-and now we know that mucking with electric fields will cause monsters “

    SAFIRE Project Michael Clarage, PhD

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/dbuy5tRfDIBk/

    • Steve Smith says:

      Part Two

      “We examine three fundamental questions in the second episode of this two-part presentation. Is matter even capable of organizing itself? Where do form and shape come from? Can form exist without matter?

      Researching the origin of forms in Nature for several decades, Astrophysicist and Lead Scientist of The SAFIRE Project, Michael Clarage, PhD, has found none of our current sciences very good at describing how forms arise. Be it geology, physics, chemistry, biology, or astronomy, there is a substantial amount of hand-waving when it comes to describing how form occurs.

      Dr. Clarage conveys a powerful and profound idea. When your purpose changes, your shape changes. Purpose is causal. It makes things happen and presents a more useful and meaningful cosmology for all“

      https://www.bitchute.com/video/44gFtfGN7Xg8/

  26. Antonio says:

    Committee of United Nazis, Tyrants and Sociopaths? Did I read that acronym correctly?

    Pretty clever, James.

    I had to get that bit of levity out of the way before I got into the meat of the episode.

  27. HomeRemedySupply says:

    MERCOLA.COM Analysis by Whitney Webb – July 23,2021
    This Biden Proposal Could Make US a ‘Digital Dictatorship’
    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2021/07/23/this-biden-proposal-could-make-the-us-a-digital-dictatorship.aspx

    EXCERPTS and Story at-a-glance
    ~~~~ President Biden is calling for a “new biomedical research agency” that would operate under the guise of treatments for chronic diseases, but which, if implemented, would merge national security with health security

    ~~~~ The plan would suck up masses of private data from “Apple Watches, Fitbits, Amazon Echo, and Google Home” and other consumer electronic devices, as well as information from health care providers to determine if an individual might be likely to commit a crime

    ~~~~ The plan also would work toward merging “biology, engineering and computer science to harness the power of natural systems for national security” along with “advancements in biotechnology, supercomputing, big data and artificial intelligence” to accomplish its goals

    ~~~~ In the interests of national safety, the Department of Defense wants everyone to have biometric wearables that could monitor 165 different biomarkers using an algorithm that could “recognize an infection or virus around 48 hours before the onset of symptoms”

    ~~~~ Ultimately, promoters of the technology want to “develop tools to record, mark and manipulate precisely defined neurons in the living brain” that are determined to be linked to an “abnormal” function or a neurological disease

    A “new” proposal by the Biden administration to create a health-focused federal agency modeled after DARPA is not what it appears to be. Promoted as a way to “end cancer,” this resuscitated “health DARPA” conceals a dangerous agenda.

    [April 28, 2020], President Biden was widely praised in mainstream and health-care–focused media for his call to create a “new biomedical research agency” modeled after the U.S. military’s “high-risk, high-reward” Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA. As touted by the president, the agency would seek to develop “innovative” and “breakthrough” treatments for cancer, Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes, with a call to “end cancer as we know it.”

    Far from “ending cancer” in the way most Americans might envision it, the proposed agency would merge “national security” with “health security” in such a way as to use both physical and mental health “warning signs” to prevent outbreaks of disease or violence before they occur. Such a system is a recipe for a technocratic “pre-crime” organization with the potential to criminalize both mental and physical illness as well as “wrongthink.”

    The Biden administration has asked Congress for $6.5 billion to fund the agency….
    [Eric Lander Jeffrey Epstein ARPA-H or HARPA …more]

    • mkey says:

      The constitution is not a document granting rights to the people, as rights are inalianable and granted by the creator of the universe, but it is put in place as government’s “do not” do list.

      A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

      A well regulated means that militia members need to be well trained and that equipment needs to be well maintained and kept in good working condition. The members need to know how to properly use and take care of their equipment.

      Militia is the whole body of the people. It’s everyone. This word is, with a good reason, one of the mosted occulted and hated words in the modern times. It is akin to the standing army, which only may be summoned for a predeterimend limited duration, while the militia is always present and waiting.

      necessary this word is used intentionally and only so many times in the text of the constitution to mean that this is a requirement. Has to be done this way as no other means are possible.

      security of a free State that is a free state of being, a continued manifestation of freedom for the whole body of people, both those alive now and those that are yet to be born.

      the right is everything that is not a right. It is not a right to cause harm. The principles of non agression and self defence are the two sides of one coin. This is a perpetual dance demanding eternal vigilance that can not take effect without personal responsibility.

      of the people, the whole body of people, the militia.

      keep and bear Arms that is to have in one’s property for the duration of one’s natural life anything and everything that can be used for self defence. Including sticks, stones, knives, hammers, handguns, long barrel rifles, automatic battle machine guns, tanks, battle cruisers and intergalactic star destroyers. Anything it takes to maintain the State of freedom.

      shall not be infringed or, in other words, shell not be encroached upon or shall not be surreptitiously and gradually taken away or shall not be undermined and disassembled in a well paced fashion which would take longer than one’s natural lifetime. This right is to be maintained throughout the duration of the universe and to be renewed every day.

      Homey, I’m not sure why this article prompted me to put this out there, but it does seem applicable to our current predicament.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        mkey says:
        “…but it does seem applicable to our current predicament.”

        It damn sure does!
        Thanks you ole Croatian who knows more about American Liberty than 99.9% of Americans.

  28. Cody says:

    To a couple of responders in these threads:
    Do you realise when you’re posting 300+ worded, in depth, researched articles you could be out there with your own platform and publishing.

    Blog reply is short and quick. Asking for a friend 🙂

  29. MEFF says:

    Dear James,
    I want to advise you that in the source links of this episode, the link of Regina Dugan is wrong, it´s the same as the previous one of the Eaglemans video. Just to let you know.

    Kind regards,
    María from Mexico.

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