Interview 1526 - Jason Bermas on the #NYCLockdown

03/18/2020111 Comments

Jason Bermas joins James for a powerful interview about the seriousness of the situation that we are facing. From lockdowns and quarantines to the US military and medical martial law, things are getting real. Are you prepared for what's coming?

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  1. emily1 says:

    I appreciate Jason’s passion and the hard work he is doing to warn people of what to expect. However – I think when he says that many won’t get to hug our parents again, he is falling victim to the fear mongering that is taking place right now. Even with the most inflated statistics floating around out there, the numbers just don’t support the claim that many will die from this. Speaking only of the virus – the vast majority of people will be okay.

    Also – I posted this on a previous thread but want to reiterate that there is an ENORMOUS financial motivation to the scare we are undergoing right now, and that is the coming pandemic bonds that will most certainly come our way will offer investors an unthinkably high rate of return. See this quote from the guy leading Bloomberg’s response coalition:

    “Unfortunately, preparedness, although more effective and less costly than response,5 rarely ranks high on political agendas. Competing priorities for finite national budgets, along with the invisible outcome of successful preparedness, have resulted in little funding, despite an estimated 25%–88% annual return on investment.”

    Now take that return, package it up into asset-backed securities, and watch a trillion dollar derivative market emerge.

    PS – TWO THOUSAND politicians met with Bloomberg to come up with this “Coronavirus Response Iniative” a week into the crisis. Right at the same time we were being told not to gather in groups of 10 or more. Think they knew something we didn’t? I do.

    • emily1 says:

      To add a little more:

      I predict that this is all going to keep getting scarier for a few more weeks, and then life WILL return to SOME kind of normal… but we will be left begging our politicians for better preparation for next time. And this is where they will try usher the real agenda in full force (5G, AI, smart cities.) It will all be sold to us under the banner of “residence” and “preparedness”, and we will be given loans by the billionaires to implement the world they want built for us with the expectation of paying back at interest. So they will get the world they want, while also getting unthinkably high rates of return that they will allow them to KEEP consolidating their wealth through the resulting derivatives market.

      For those who want to dig deeper into this, I suggest checking out and also looking through this 2012 document from the World Bank.

      Here’s a snippet:

      “A cost-benefit analysis, which corrects for the very low proba- bility of pandemics, shows that benefits far exceed costs in all plausible scenarios. For instance, if the international commu- nity invests at the upper end of the range (US$3.4 billion per year), the annual expected rate of return would be between 44 percent and 71 percent (corresponding to, respectively, half or all mild pandemics being prevented) and still a respect- able 14 percent when the system would prevent only one in five pandemics. A severe pandemic costing US$3 trillion may occur, on average, once in a hundred years. If the investments in One Health systems are made and such a pandemic is prevented, the global expected benefits are US$30 billion per year. Every year, an investment of US$3.4 billion would pro- duce an expected benefit of US$30 billion for the international community. The challenge confronting policy-makers is there- fore to review these and other assessments of the benefits of pandemic prevention and weigh them against the cost of prevention, as well as returns on other public investments.”

      • emily1 says:

        (under the banner of resilience, that is. not residence. sorry about that!)

      • manbearpig says:

        Great post, both from the billionnaire buy out point of view and the PEF scam! Thanks!

      • scpat says:

        Some very good points, Emily. I too see the panic setting in in the alternative media. I think we all need to take a deep breath but understand that things may be different after this over.

      • wylie1 says:

        Torqued at the fear mongering. Emily1, thank you for pointing it out first and more nicerly.

        Advice to Jason Bermas: If you don’t like what is coming your way, rather than wasting your time Bull-Shyte-ing with your cop comrades,

        Gather together with your neighbors. Form a group called the New Rochelle Safe Community Coalition (NRSCC). Inform the local, state, and federal politicians, and the Army Corpse of Engineers (CoE) on whatever other agencies on deck, that to make their job easier and more efficient, they should negotiate with NRSCC –or find themselves removed from office and all given the boot for violating the public trust, committing fraud and treason against the people and the Constitution.

        Inform them that a person cannot give to another, something that they don’t have. Meaning that if I cannot tell my neighbor that they can’t have a gathering with 11 total people present, only 10 (or whatever the arbitrary number is set at any given time), then people cannot delegate such powers they don’t have, to anyone else, including govt. Voting for a representative cannot delegate rights and powers that you didn’t have to give in the first place. That goes for ALL rights and powers that govt abuses and falsely claims.
        Sincerely, NRSCC.

        I’ve posted it before and I’ll post it again:
        Divide and conquer is their plan.
        Do the opposite. Gather and win. I’ve done it, so I know you can do it too and probably better.

        People are very resourceful, once set on the right path; instead of dazed, confused, and misguided. You’ll find out, if you actually have some intestinal fortitude to proceed. Me thinks a Loose Change documentary maker would. However, confronting power in a legal way is a bit more visceral than talking about it and showing film.

        –continued below

        • wylie1 says:

          Keep in mind you will be infiltrated by el governmente, so keep it professional. Best to have several vice presidents, all capable, but with their specific responsibility(secretary, treasurer, meeting operator, etc.) When anyone asks, whose in charge, say the president prefers to be anonymous. This will keep govt looking for someone that doesn’t exist, for awhile. All vp’s sign the Not For Profit form and Articles of Formation or however its done in your state. Try to obtain that certain Status(whatever its called) so people can donate and write it off their taxes (you send them a receipt letter so they can file that with their tax return for tax exempt donations). If there is not a lawyer in the group willing to donate time, then negotiate a discounted rate with another one and use the donated funds sparingly for that when necessary.

          You can consider this things I wish I had done had I known more at the time. There were lawyers working on the same cause but from a very different direction they were tied to, which wasn’t always what we needed.

          In many, if not all cases, the only way to stop a govt agency from their assigned task, is to SUE them. If you have been paying attention at all, this is what the Globalist-Marxists have been doing to the Trump administration from day one. That is how it is done. I’ve seen it up close and personal. That is what it takes. Otherwise govt is like a train, full steam ahead.

    • niamh says:

      ‘The disease is running rampant’: Families at center of virus scare share their fears.

      Mentioned during video, I didn’t see it in the show notes..

      Has anyone a link to that video,I can’t find it on DuckDuckGo?

      Apologies, I haven’t found out yet how to post, only reply, I’m new;-)

      Thanks in advance

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Earlier today, on my phone, I tried to find that video.
        I couldn’t.

        At the bottom of the Thread is a statement which says “Leave a Reply”.
        This is just a straight-up post of your comment.

        However, under any member’s comment is also a “reply” function.
        This lets you reply specifically to the Corbett Member’s comment.

    • snazzylazzy says:

      [@snazzylazzy – Please do not copy/paste the same text and link into the comment section multiple times. -JC]

    • tiffany.p says:

      I agree completely. I’ve been watching Jason for some time, but lately I have felt u comfortable with his coverage. I think he is giving into fear and passing that on to his viewers. While he has a lot of valid points, I don’t believe the numbers. This is why I appreciate James because he always delivers things calm and collected. He always provides sources and solutions. It seems like now more then ever that is what we need.

  2. Lance says:

    I’m sorry but I’m not particularly impressed by this (a very rare occurrence for me with the Corbett Report).

    It felt to me as if the whole piece had a panicky feeling to it – really unhelpful considering the corporate media’s attempts to constantly panic people (into submission).

    Jason’s ‘facts’ like 10-100 times more transmissable than ‘normal’ flu are so unhelpful and misleading. Where are these ‘facts’ from? Which ‘normal’ flu – there are many variants all with different characteristics? How does a reporter seemingly have more ‘facts’ than all the various national and international healthcare bodies combined? Where would they source these facts if not from the actual bodies that do the research?

    The only thing I was glad to hear mentioned, although unfortunately not focused on enough IMO, was that a phoney, house of cards financial system with added oil price wars and a semi-global quarantine is a recipe for a far greater disaster than a new flu strain. Please focus on this more (like your previous article about ‘The “Cures” will be worse than the disease’). And please leave the panicky fear porn to the many specialists in it.

    This site is a bastion of intelligent, well researched reflection for me. Long may it stay that way.

    As a postscript – there has been one experiment (unintentionally) performed with this new strain which has very revealing results: The Diamond Princess. It is a closed system, throw the disease into a population and sit back. These are the results as of 18/3/20:

    Passengers: 3711
    Known infections: 712 (19%)
    Deaths: 7 (0.01% of inf / 0.002% of pop)

    And if you take into account that the average age of a cruise ship customer is considerable higher than the wider population and that the inhabitants all shared the same space, communal eating areas and ventilation (heating/cooling) system i.e. a really bad situation to contain an airborne virus – these figures suddenly look like a new strain of not particularly menacing flu. Not the panicky Black Death scenario being conjured up.

    Anyway, had to vent as I’m sick (pun intended) of the general coverage of this topic.

    • Libertydan says:

      Great comments Lance,
      I would also note that China has removed it’s Lock-down of Wuhan after 50 days, and that they let it get out of control by suppressing “Free speech”.
      I expect that it will all be over in half that time here.
      After doing some research on Pandemics throughout history (The 1918 Spanish Flu being the most significant), I can see legitimate reasons for most of the actions thus taken in my State. The Governor closed down all eat in restaurants (but I can still get Take-out). My Credit Union just notified me of no walk-in service (Drive-thru still open). Grocery Stores are still open with lots of fresh produce, but for some reason, paper products were gone. If this is what it takes to prevent what happened in 1918, then I would be more than wiling to self-quarantine for two weeks. But hey, as long I can do that and still go for a walk in the Park everyday, life in OK.
      On another note, there are those that will take every opportunity to “Capitalize” on events. “Never let a Crisis go to waste” seems to ring a bell, eh!
      Indeed, as the Events of 9/11/01 brought about a “new normal” (crazy deception and manipulation of the masses), this 2020 World Pandemic will bring about another “New Normal”.
      Perhaps we can figure out a way to use it to promote Transparency in Government. Form what I have been able to gather, this Bat Virus (Corona Virus) has been genetically modified to be extremely contagious (up to 6 feet) which is why it is such a threat. According to Dr. Francis Boyle it is a product of a secret BSL-4 that leaked. Interesting enough is that the Anthrax that turned up in 2001 after the Events of 9/11/01 which was strategically mailed to Congressmen who oppossed the “Authorization to Use Force Bill” (gave the President the power to go to War without Congress declaring it), was also a product of one of these secret labs. The Anthrax was also mailed to the last of the “real Journalists” in main stream media, thus creating the need for the likes of “The Corbett Report”.

      • Everything I’ve seen thus far has indicated that this is a sham, just like Swine Flu. The virus is either non-existent or existent but poses no significant threat.

      • mkey says:

        +1 on the above comment. Numbers simply don’t add up for this to be a real threat. Tests applied are completely worthless but can obviously be very efficiently abused.

        As far as the lockdown goes, if it is indeed going to last for only two weeks the effects on economic activity will be limited. However, going back to new normal we’ll find ourselves a bit closer to a long term lockdown.

        • tiffany.p says:

          I think that even a 2 week lockdown will have a very lasting effect. In Los Angeles where they have Forced shutdown of almost all the service industry jobs, unemployment has skyrocketed. Even if things go back to “normal” after 2 weeks, there are so many business that will never recover from this. There will be so many people scrambling to find work. It is going to be terrible. And that I believe is the real goal of all of this. Not an attempt to prevent more sick people.

          • manbearpig says:

            “…there are so many business that will never recover from this. There will be so many people scrambling to find work. It is going to be terrible. And that I believe is the real goal of all of this…”

            yup, I agree. one of the big targets…

      • snazzylazzy says:

        Please watch this video from a German doctor explaining what is possibly and most likely is happening its regards to the number of corona cases.

    • scpat says:

      “This site is a bastion of intelligent, well researched reflection for me. Long may it stay that way.”

      100% agree, Lance.

    • Fawlty Towers says:

      Lance I agree with most of what you had to say here.
      There was certainly a huge ‘fear-mongering’ component to this #1526 interview, mostly on Jason’s part.
      Lord knows we have more than enough unjustified fear-mongering being foisted upon us by the MSM already.

      A more toned-down, nuanced report is what is required now, not more fear porn.

      I would like to make just a couple of important corrections to some numbers you floated by us.

      re: The Diamond Princess cruise ship.

      Passengers: 3711
      Known infections: 712 (19%)
      Deaths: 7 (0.01% of inf / 0.002% of pop)

      7 deaths out of 712 infected individuals comes to .98%, or almost
      100 times greater a number than what you stated.

      Also, 7 deaths out of 3711 total passengers comes to .18%, or almost
      100 times greater a number than what you stated.

      Although the mortality numbers are relatively high, compared to average flu mortality numbers, they still do not warrant the panic behavior we see today.

      • mkey says:

        Lance certainly isn’t the first commenter ever to get hoodwinked by percentage calculations. Good of you to notice, but there is one much more important issue for consideration here: what does “infected” mean?

        712 infections. Does this number include all the people on that boat that had this particular strain of the virus replicating in their bodies at a high enough rate? Considering other infection stats, I’d venture to say that, no, it probably does not.

        7 deaths. Are these people who have died and have had some of this virus present in their bodies or they have died due to infection? Again, considering other sources of similar data, chances are at least 6 out of 7 had 60+ years, 5 out of 7 had at least one chronic condition and had were on average 80+ years old.

        We have to revisit the old saying. Lies, damned lies and statistics.

        • Fawlty Towers says:

          Oh I’m with you all the way mkey on this.

          I was simply addressing the raw numbers used and calculations made with them.

          In addition to the questions you posed…
          Who came up with the test kits that are being used for the virus?
          Are the same kits being used worldwide, and if so, who sanctioned this?
          What are they testing for exactly?
          How reliable are the tests?

          As you asked, how can we be certain that the elderly who have died, died as a result of the virus, rather than some other under-lying cause?

          Many more questions…

          • mkey says:

            I think it’s safe to say that, if we are suspending basic human rights that test not only needs to be beyond reasonable doubt, it needs about 400 independent studies in 60 languages standing as an indomitable monolith supporting its veracity and infallibility. We need to know that test is beyond infallible as we know that water is wet or that the sun is yellow or that CO2 is not a pollutant.

            Balls to bones, we need to know.

          • mkey says:

            From the article linked by geisha:

            SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus Multiplex RT-qPCR Kit

            This product is intended for the detection of 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). The detection result of this product is only for clinical reference, and it should not be used as the only evidence for clinical diagnosis and treatment.

            Now, I would call this a gutter ball.

            • Fawlty Towers says:

              Yes it seems to be a ‘Swiss-Army knife’ kit designed to detect all of the following:

              -non-specific interference of Influenza A Virus (H1N1)
              -Influenza B Virus (Yamagata)
              -Respiratory Syncytial Virus (type B)
              -Respiratory Adenovirus (type 3)
              -Respiratory Adenovirus (type 7)
              -Parainfluenza Virus (type 2)
              -Mycoplasma Pneumoniae
              -Chlamydia Pneumoniae
              -2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

              What could possibly go wrong with the test?

      • Lance says:

        Hi Mr. Fawlty,

        Yes, my blood was hot and I made a simple mistake of not *100 afterwards as you say.

  3. SuperMom Belle says:

    When James Corbett states: “This is what we have been warning about… it is happening right now…” pay attention; he doesn’t cry wolf.

  4. manbearpig says:

    I’m under the exact same impression as emily1 when (she?) says:

    “…we will be left begging our politicians for better preparation for next time…and we will be given loans by the billionaires to implement the world they want built for us with the expectation of paying back at interest. So they will get the world they want, while also getting unthinkably high rates of return that they will allow them to KEEP consolidating their wealth through the resulting derivatives market…”

    This morning I posted an article from reuters quoting Macron and/or Bruno Le Maire as saying they’re ready to nationalize “if necessary” which seems pretty convenient to me in a NWO sorta way. Bloomberg wrote a similar article:

    France Ready to Nationalize as EU Heavyweights Take Charge
    By William Horobin
    and Ania Nussbaum
    17 mars 2020

    “…Bank loans will be guaranteed for companies and a solidarity fund created for workers affected by the fallout of the virus containment.
    Still, nationalizations and recapitalizations could involve delicate and complex negotiations with other nations. The Dutch and French governments have already discussed a recapitalization of Air France-KLM, but any move must be coordinated so that the two states aren’t diluted, a person familiar with the discussions said. Italy has stepped up efforts to keep bankrupt Alitalia afloat, with a new 600 million-euro loan under discussion as part of a plan to re-nationalize the carrier.
    Stimulus Plan

    Le Maire brandished the possibility of nationalizations as he gave details of an emergency budget that will include 45 billion euros of spending to cover salaries of furloughed workers and support companies in addition to the loan guarantees…”

    Meanwhile my sister in Westchester county says she’s already got cabin fever and looks clinically neurotic after completing a major cleaning/rearrangement campaign on her house during her first forced day home from work.

    • manbearpig says:

      I tend to think the spectre of 1929 will be brandished like the boogy man striking terror and malleability into the hearts of folks the world over and then we’ll be saved by philanthropic “nationalization” and bingo voilà! we’ll be telecommuting to the NWO and “loving our servitude” in the smart land of free money as the threatened horrors will not materialize.

      Which doesn’t mean we shouldn’t “prepare”.

      That’s why I was struck a few days ago when Marion Pénicaud, French Minister of Labour said she had an “unlimited budget” in the tens or hundreds of billions as a quick fix to our Corona crisis. Here’s another report from FranceInfo:

      “…Until now, the state only reimbursed the minimum wage. There, we will reimburse all the amounts,” said Labour Minister Muriel Pénicaud on Friday 13 March on franceinfo. “100% of short-time working” will be paid from the budget of the Ministry of Labour.

      According to her, the “package of measures” announced by Emmanuel Macron to try to curb the spread of the coronavirus and limit its economic impact in the country will cost “tens of billions of euros”, the Labour Minister said.

      “But the cost to employees if they go unemployed and the cost to companies if they can’t get back on track is much worse, so it’s absolutely necessary to make this expenditure,” said Muriel Pénicaud….

      “As the President of the Republic has said, whatever the cost, we will face it. It is more important than anything else to safeguard jobs,” the Minister of Labour said…”

      The philanthropic FAANGs fortunes will sink themselves into arteries of the world labour force and we’ll all be transformed into transhuman circular economy slaves.

      • manbearpig says:

        shoot. ADDENDUM: “Short-time working” should be “part-time unemployment compensation”. deepl doo doo. Haste and lack of proof-reading makes… addendums…

        • manbearpig says:

          Zut! Muriel Pénicaud, not Marion… anyhow…

          • alexandre says:

            Slow down, MBP. Deep breath….now cough!

            • manbearpig says:

              so a weency anecdote revealing a colossal divide:

              This morning my significant other was railing against the fact that it was impossible for him or my son to access the platform with all of the school work the latter needs to do (he’s a junior in high school).

              So I drawled “well this is our cue to clamour for 5G”. Ok. Terrible timing. I admit. Story of my life.

              He quipped with irritation something to the effect of “would you give it a rest with your conspiracy nonsense.”

              At which point I pointed out that everyone at sometime in his life has had difficulty accessing certain sites due to too much traffic. I asked him:

              “Don’t ya think when the government put the entire country, workers, students, school children, online they suspected there’d be some sort of saturation of some subjectively critical sites and some indignation and worry about it?”

              Such a silly observation was not worthy of any kind of response so a little later, I asked my son the same question (without referring to my earlier conversation with his father). He replied:

              “Well maybe, but they had to do something so they’re improvising and just doing the best they can!”

              Yup. Very well and simply explained which is what I told him without delving deeper into what I really thought.

              I realized that as I am coming from the perspective that this crisis is largely contrived, my interpretation of events will be diametrically different than theirs.

              It may sound pathetically banal but

              its a colossal and fundamental divide that of course is not new to me, that I’ve been living with since I woke up a dozen years or so ago but

              undergoing in real time this real restructuring of the foundations of the world and its functioning

              has really brought this cleavage home to me, so to speak.

              Incidentally, still no chemtrails but the helicopters are back

              and a savvy cocktail of vitamine C, zinc, echinacea and spirulina has kept me cough-free despite all the pollen and pollution.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                I love the anecdotes.

              • mkey says:

                That’s tough.

                I find that happiness in life is inversely proportional to awareness. And intelligence, but the two should not be collated. I know some really intelligent folk who are completely oblivious and who will stick to what they know is true regardless of all and any outside stimulus. They will simply not ask the question or entertain the thought. A fragment of information, with unlimited potential to replicate, sent their way will simply bounce off their stream of consciousness. It will be brushed off like a bug used to be brushed off from the windshield, back than when that still was an event.

                “These people” will hold on to their lies till the bitter end, I have no doubts about that. To force them to see through the bullshit would be like forcing an author to write his best work yet. However, authors (those who don’t completely suck) know what they have to do: they have to grab their demons by the horns; wrestle the inner lazy, nonsensical, irate, lost, scared self into submission; pull themselves by the shoulders; sit by the typewriter and bleed.

                “These people” are not even getting ready to start looking in a different direction, let alone the right direction. The journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step. They haven’t taken that step and many never will. Regardless of insane effort it takes to contort the perception of reality to fit the inner narrative.

                Now that I think about it, breaking through the conditioning is quite a feat. An unknown inner force, a vector originating from a mysterious place, piercing through the layers of reality, allowing the brain to cure itself through turmoil; inner doubt morphing into sharp wit; feelings of inadequacy replaced by not giving a damn; inability to conform turning into a prideful unwillingness to even try, with temerity to endure and resist without even thinking about any options. What options?!

                It’s a trial by fire and the grand prize is solace and isolation with sparsely strewn pockets of reality in which nobody acts as if black is white and white is black. This reminds me a bit of one of the many star trek stories: two ex borg drones connect to each other after a while of not sharing the common consciousness only to realize their bodies are on the opposite borders of the galaxy, making it materially impossible to ever meet in the “real” world. Breaking the spaceless and timeless bond was a plot device, of course.

                I’m also often reminded of something Henry Rollins says in one of his many spoken word apparitions. He was somewhat disparaging against the old saying “when life gives you lemons make a lemonade” because, in his view and as I understand his line of thought, it isn’t worth bending the reality to fit our perception. He said, when life gives you a lemon take a bite out of it and scream “THAT WAS GREAT, WHAT ELSE DO YOU HAVE?!”

                Hopefully you will manage to get something out of this.

              • manbearpig says:

                “…sparsely strewn pockets of reality in which nobody acts as if black is white and white is black…”
                inhale deeply…

                and great star trek reference

                ‘preciate your time, effort and insights

                plus I love lemons.

    • emily1 says:

      manbearpig – two things.

      1) I’m very glad you agreed with my comment, because I’m a long-time Corbett fan but first time commentor and am always interested to read the comments and see what you (and homeremedysupply) have to say.

      2) If you haven’t come across this yet, watch this 2018 mock “GNN” story from the “Clade X Pandemic Exercise” (don’t think its the same as Event 201 – maybe related?) from Johns Hopkins “Center for Health Security” – funded by Bloomberg and Gates.

      First, note the “imaginary” date they give for the start of the pandemic – December 15th, 2019 – then freeze frame at minute 1:51. Do you see “Nationalized Health Care” in big bold letters? Yeah – definitely not the warm and fuzzy kind some want. They are spelling out to us what we are expected to demand, in this and the World Bank Document I linked to above and countless other places. I’m a (former) educator who left in disgust because of all the herding that was being done to move everything digital and am now hyper-aware of when I’m being manipulated by these guys.

      This is the grand problem-reaction-solution happening on a MASSIVE scale. (The good news is, we are really not all going to die from Covid.)

      OK I guess now I’m on to thing 8 or so. A good friend of mine have been collaborating for several years on a deep dive into the financial instruments (including the coming role of blockchain in automating pretty much everything from education to supply chains) that are driving so much of this madness… check it out if you get a chance.

      • manbearpig says:

        Wow, Emily1, I missed your comment yesterday!

        I’m exceedingly impressed by your links and very glad you posted them.

        What else can I say but damn! A heartfelt Kudos to you and your friend! I couldn’t agree more with everything I read on your wrench in the gears page.

        “This is the grand problem-reaction-solution happening on a MASSIVE scale. (The good news is, we are really not all going to die from Covid.)”

        Yea. Totally! I was just whining in another comment box about one of the things we’re supposed to clamour for as a result of this contrived corona crisis: 5G.

        So, uh, very nice to make your acquaintance and I look forward to reading your comments and discovering your links from here on in.

        (ps: I’ll have to be doubly careful of what I post now that I realize that people are actually reading my silliness! Good reminder just when I was beginning to get a bit reckless and wanton with regards to the “submit” button. Case in point?)

        Stay Well!

      • HomeRemedySupply says:


        Thanks Emily,
        The Clade X Pandemic Exercise GNN Epilogue link is a real eyebrow raiser!

        YOUTUBE’s highlighted note:
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        Descriptive under video
        Uploaded on May 16, 2018
        Part of a series of news videos produced for the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Clade X pandemic exercise in May 2018, this clip provided new scenario information to the 10 individuals playing a team of presidential advisors tasked with leading the policy response to a fictional outbreak.

        (Be sure to read Emily’s comment about “December 15th, 2019” and frame 1:51)

  5. Honestly, I think James got the wrong impression on this one.
    I don’t this is going to escalate much further than it has.
    They’re going to do a bit more fear mongering then sell some vaccines & pass some insane laws and that’ll be the end of this one.
    The next one (Swine Flu Part III) may be more serious.

    • manbearpig says:

      I agree with the propos of the video that this event’ll be transformative with lots of dangerous precedents and strategic financing and more or less visible financial tectonic NWO rearrangements. I’d wager that on the surface the work force will attempt quickly but with mitigated success to reattain a semblance of normal. But over time, as you intimate, with crisis after (contrived) crisis the world will fundamentally evolve towards the world Mr Corbett has been describing for over a decade.
      I think Bermas’ fear-mongering is unfortunate but not surprising.

      • I think there is valuable information to be found in Bill Gates’ latest AMA, as far as the extent to which they plan to take things during this specific event, how long the event is likely to last and how they plan to spend the fear points they’re accumulating.

        This answer may be the most worrying but be sure to read the others as well.

        • manbearpig says:

          Holy scheisse! vaccine tatoos for kids!?

          In answer to emily1 I was about to repost that video featuring Bill Gates describing his famous formula for

          “Bringing that number down to as close as possible to 0”

          now back to reading…

        • manbearpig says:

          Supposing that these are real quotes of the real Bill Gates, here’s a small sampling of AnimalsArentFood’s reddit link:

          – “Eventually we will have some digital certificates to show who has recovered or been tested recently or when we have a vaccine who has received it.”

          – “I think people in the US will be able to largely isolate for 2-3 months. If they can access testing including a home test kit then they will understand who is infected. I keep saying how important the testing piece is.”

          – “This will vary a lot by country. Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore acted quickly and will have very few cases. Even China will stay at a low level of their population (less than .01%) so far. Thailand is another exemplar. Unfortunately in poorer countries doing social distancing is much harder. People live in close proximity and need to work to get their food so there could be countries where the virus will spread broadly.”

          In my crazy conspiracy mind this last bit sounds like the virus has been contrived to kill off a maximum of poor brown people. Or maybe just poor people in general.

          -“I think that after this is under control that Governments and others will invest heavily in being ready for the next one. This will take global cooperation particularly to help the developing countries who will be hurt the most. A good example is the need to test therapeutics wherever the disease is to help the whole world. The Virus doesn’t respect national boundaries.”

          -“It is a huge problem that schools will likely be shut down for the next few months. I am impressed by the creative approaches that many teachers are coming up with to teach remotely. (If you are a teacher reading this, thank you for the work you’re doing.) But I know that not everyone is set up to teach remotely. There are a lot of good online resources out there, including Khan Academy, CommonLit, Illustrative Mathematics, Zearn, and Scholastic. Comcast and other internet connectivity providers are doing special program to help with access. Microsoft and others are working on getting machines out but the supply chain is quite constrained. Unfortunately low-income students will be hurt more by the situation than others so we need to help any way we can.”

          Ok, so, it sounds like “buckle up” time… wish I’d bought stocks in crossword puzzle magazines…

          I’ll read the rest now. Thanks AAF!

  6. Terraset says:

    I’m legally blind and thus I have absolutely no recourse against any government intervention and I’ve given up all hope of a better life or world. I suppose if I have any line in the sand it would be something like if they try to hit me with work papers because “we all have to pitch in”. I already hate my life and never saw any future for myself that I actually wanted to live in if I was just going to be blind anyways. So I’d much rather you shoot me, thanks. I’d probably try to pitch it to them in terms of how much money they’d save if I was dead. A bullet or three would cost a lot less than keeping some disabled guy alive for years in jail after all. Granted that might be exactly why I’d get jailed, because there’s money in it. Suicide would be a bitch to pull off at that point but whatever, I’m sure the pain would end eventually.

    • mkey says:

      Admittedly I don’t know your situation, but I’m 100% sure that you need to keep swinging.

      • Terraset says:

        Sorry but its pretty apparent that this world belongs to the spineless. I have no interest in being blind, and although I’ll keep doing my own stuff as long as I can, I know better than to make myself suffer when I’m just going to die one day anyways. Worst case scenario, reincarnation is real and I actually have to come back to this shithole filled with shitty people who irrationally care about safety more than fun, despite knowing they’re just going to die one day anyways. If they want to suffer for some dumb ideology of “freedom” or whatever that no one actually cares about, then by all means have fun with that. People with self respect like me have better shit to do.

    • Libertydan says:

      Try smoking some Hemp, eh! We are a long way from the mass graves of 1918. In fact, elected officials are doing everything in their power to minimize fatalities.
      The problem I see is that these Officials (many well intended) are being played to take the blame for a World Economic Collapse which these elites have had on the back burner for some time. We may be on the cusp of a new World Reserve Currency whereby the Technocrats take the place of the Banksters. At least with Federal Reserve Notes one could save them, and spend them anomalously. With the new system created by AI and 5G it may soon require people to be Linked to it Live. Yep, your digital money can be deleted in a heart beat and/or your Internet service canceled.
      A major Philosophical question seems to be; Is Mankind progressing or regressing as the World Population rounds 7.8 Billion?
      In 1918 the World population was about 1.6 Billion and “they say” about 50 million died of “the Flu”. Today that would be comparable to 250 million. Indeed, drastic measures can be justified to lesson the loss of life, but who will capitalize on it all in the end?
      The time to make our move has come, eh!

  7. stephen.m says:

    I’ve always been on the fence about Jason Bermas. I use to watch his YouTube channel somewhat regularly but stopped 5-6 months ago. To me he’s overly emotional and because of that he tends to over exaggerate things. What I appreciate about James is his content is always well thought out and delivered in a reasonable, factual way. This post however they both seem to be feeding off each other and their emotions are running very high. We know the MSM is full of sh*t and that their number one goal is to create fear, panic, etc in order to keep people tuned in (and sell advertising). Go out into your communities and take a look. Here in the S.F. Bay Area there has been some panic purchasing of groceries but that seem to be over now and we’re back to a pretty normal environment – those who work in careers that have been effected by the shelter in place are home. Everyone else is working. Traffic is lighter than usual but all the stores have food and people are generally getting along and trying to make the best of it. Obviously things can change (for the worse) at any minute but I feel that James and Jason really missed the mark with this post. A rational examination of facts would with a discussion between the two of them would’ve made for a better post.

  8. Arby says:

    Randolph Bourne agrees with James. From “The State”:

    === =
    The classes which are able to play an active and not merely a passive role in the organization for war get a tremendous liberation of activity and energy. Individuals are jolted out of their old routine, many of them are given new positions of responsibility, new techniques must be learnt. Wearing home times are broken and women who would have remained attached with infantile bonds are liberated for service overseas. A vast sense of rejuvenescence pervades the significant classes, a sense of new importance in the world. Old national ideals are taken out, re-adapted to the purpose and used as the universal touchstones, or molds into which all thought is poured. Every individual citizen who in peacetimes had no living fragment of the State becomes an active amateur agent of the Government in reporting spies and disloyalists, in raising Government funds, or in propagating such measures as are considered necessary by officialdom. Minority opinion, which in times of peace was only irritating and could not be dealt with by law unless it was conjoined with actual crime, becomes with the outbreak of war, a case for outlawry. Criticism of the State, objections to war, lukewarm opinions concerning the necessity or the beauty of conscription, are made subject to ferocious penalties, far exceeding [in] severity those affixed to actual pragmatic crimes. Public opinion, as expressed in the newspapers, and the pulpits and the schools, becomes one solid block. “Loyalty,” or rather war orthodoxy, becomes the sole test for all professions, techniques, occupations. Particularly is this true in the sphere of the intellectual life. There the smallest taint is held to spread over the whole soul, so that a professor of physics is ipso facto disqualified to teach physics or hold honorable place in a university—the republic of learning—if he is at all unsound on the war. Even mere association with persons thus tainted is considered to disqualify a teacher. Anything pertaining to the enemy becomes taboo. His books are suppressed wherever possible, his language is forbidden. His artistic products are considered to convey in the subtlest spiritual way taints of vast poison to the soul that permits itself to enjoy them. So enemy music is suppressed, and energetic measures of opprobrium taken against those whose artistic consciences are not ready to perform such an act of self-sacrifice. The rage for loyal conformity works impartially, and often in diametric opposition to other orthodoxies and traditional conformities or ideals. The triumphant orthodoxy of the State is shown at its apex perhaps when Christian preachers lose their pulpits for taking in more or less literal terms the Sermon on the Mount, and Christian zealots are sent to prison for twenty years for distributing tracts which argue that war is unscriptural.
    = ===

    • manbearpig says:

      yes… all that has an eerie ring of familiarity to it…

      exploiting people’s need for a sense of purpose far from the fear of lonely uncertainty

      very pertinent post IMHO.

  9. Arby says:

    I don’t do Minds. Those people, Minds’s owners, are not solid. I don’t trust Minds. Why isn’t Jason on Bitchute?, not that that’s entirely solid, with the imposition of awful Disqus and Ray Vahey missing in action. I just subbed Jason, but I really wish I didn’t have to go to YouTube to find him.

  10. manbearpig says:

    Just relistened to my favorite Corbett video “What is Sustainable Development”. Very interesting refresher that gives deeper dimension and definition to what is happening at the moment.

    One important word that stood out: Rationing.

    P.S. Many members of my entourage confined to working from home have complained they have no network, they can’t connect.

    This is our cue to clamour for 4G PLEEEAASSEE GIVE US 5G or we can’t possibly work!

    oy vay. those NWO boxes are being checked one after the other with this contrived corona…

    • emily1 says:

      manbearpig –

      Yes re: the NWO boxes being checked off.

      Former educator here, so I’m particularly tuned into this tentacle of the NWO. A week or so ago, I looked up the author of one of the first really scary articles detailing and how and why we all MUST STAY HOME at all costs. He was the VP of sale for an online learning company. It was a sales pitch.

      Now search “Coronavirus” and “education” and look at how many articles are springing up about how we are “regimagining education in real-time”… (i trust you are aware of the changes they’ve been trying to make to education for our brave new world.) Here’s an example:

      I predict we will be hearing the word “resilience” an awful lot in the new future. “Educational resilience” (re: broadband expansion, 5G, public-private partnerships) “supply chain resilience,” etc.

      And like I said before, we’ll be the ones building it and paying for it, all to save us from the next “pandemic.”

      • manbearpig says:

        “He was the VP of sale for an online learning company. It was a sales pitch.” funny how that is… That’s what’s known today as “communication”…

        It wasn’t Eric Yuan of Zoom by any chance, was it?

    • mkey says:

      Not less important, food rationing. Now people are being told in stores that they should only purchase what they “really” need, whatever that means. This very idea is abhorrent to core principles of trade where the seller will want to unload all the goods they can to the first interested and willing buyer.

      Just imagine, you are selling 10 juicy stakes at the market. And the first guy comes over, sees how juicy they are, make a irate decision on the spot and wants to purchase the whole lot. At that point you can even afford to make a lot price since your day at the market has potentially reached its conclusion so you can give the guy 10% off, close shop and go elsewhere. Why, you may even want to carouse a bit in that nudie bar just across the street, that’s certainly worth the 10% off.

      But nah, selling all the stakes to the first customer not OK. No, he may only have one and you’ll opt to remain on the market for the whole day and even take the risk that you won’t be able to sell everything. Much better, much better indeed.

      Regarding these stay at home kids and stay at home parents; when is it going to dawn on these people that they can actually SPEND SOME FREAKING TIME WITH THEIR KIDS instead of having them in a virtual classroom (i.e. watching videos and having access to pdfs or simply watching “special” TV programming) where they are being forcefed useless information in at least a dozen subjects, only a few of which are of some import but are being taught in completely wrong ways?

      I understand that ditching the kids has its merits and it’s better to ditch them from time to time instead of killing them, but that should be an exception, not the rule.

  11. Arby says:

    Let’s suppose that the virus is as lethal as the authorities would have us believe (which I don’t believe), I recall another blogger (forget who) making the point that the lockdown in Wuhan resulted in forcing the virus out into other parts of the country because people wanted to escape the lockdown. Ergo…

  12. mkey says:

    More third grade shitnews.

    Russia deploying coronavirus disinformation to sow panic in West, EU document says

    Russian media have deployed a “significant disinformation campaign” against the West to worsen the impact of the coronavirus, generate panic and sow distrust, according to a European Union document seen by Reuters.

    “The overarching aim of Kremlin disinformation is to aggravate the public health crisis in Western countries…in line with the Kremlin’s broader strategy of attempting to subvert European societies,” the document produced by the EU’s foreign policy arm, the European External Action Service, said.

    The European Commission said it was in contact with Google (GOOGL.O), Facebook (FB.O), Twitter (TWTR.N) and Microsoft (MSFT.O). An EU spokesman accused Moscow of “playing with people’s lives” and appealed to EU citizens to “be very careful” and only use news sources they trust.

    Russian media in Europe have not been successful in reaching the broader public, but provide a platform for anti-EU populists and polarize debate, analysis by EU and non-governmental groups has shown.

    EU leaders have been conferring by videoconferences since early March.

    What a load of crap.

    • phreedomphile says:

      Very STRANGE to see the geopolitical Kabuki theater propaganda intensify as the globalists launch a virus psy op to consolidate their control and move closer towards their goal for a totalitarian global governance system.

      Russia vs US
      China vs US

      A chaos whipsaw and also utter BS.

      Like all other nations, Russia steams ahead with privatization at breakneck speed for UN Agenda 2030 aka “Strategy 2030”, same as middle east “Vision 2030”. …And Regionalism rules. All this virus sponsored nationalism is part of UN Regionalism planning to keep production within the region using available resources for long term ‘sustainable development’. Seems few in alt were discussing the fact that during the Trump impeachment follies distraction event, Congress passed the USMCA bill taking the ball further toward the NAU goal post.

      When one knows how to deftly ride the thin edge of the duality blade and make any reflective side useful then hoodwinking is easy.

  13. emily1 says:

    Also – manbearpig – tried to post this before but didn’t work.

    As for as what we can expect as far as healthcare goes:

    If you haven’t come across this yet, watch this 2018 mock “GNN” story from the “Clade X Pandemic Exercise” (don’t think its the same as Event 201 – maybe related?) from Johns Hopkins “Center for Health Security” – funded by Bloomberg and Gates.

    First, note the “imaginary” date they give for the start of the pandemic – December 15th, 2019 – curious eh? – then freeze frame at minute 1:51. Do you see “Nationalized Health Care” in big bold letters? Yeah – definitely not the warm and fuzzy kind some want.

    They are spelling out to us what we are expected to demand, in this and the World Bank Document I linked to above and countless other places. I’m a (former) educator who left in disgust because of all the herding that was being done to move everything digital and am now hyper-aware of when I’m being manipulated by these guys.

  14. artemis says:

    Was just on a drive through Washington state, on the way very few cars…BUT 3 long military caravans…..tanks of liquid. huge trucks of covered supplies…buildings? near the mountain passes….(there are only 2)and i am sorry , i won’t be able to keep subscribing… i am only a poor artist, so…..the art community is getting wiped out completely…..maybe

  15. geisha says:

    After I saw it, I have started to refer all people with eyes, ears and brains to the following article (see link below) which depicts doctors’ accounts of what is going on in Italy, statistics by the Italian health ministry and the EU regarding the mortality, incidents, testing reliability, and cause of panic and overwhelm in Italian hospitals. The article keeps being updated.

    I think this is a must read and must share article as it provides information that greatly disagrees with the information we’re fed by MSM and most of our governments.

    I am personally convinced that this virus ‘outbreak’ is being used for martial law, acceptance of greater loss of personal freedoms, and a restart of the economy away from already failing systems (like the shale and oil industry) to others (like AI, medical system). It has helped to realize ‘The Green New Deal” (which interestingly to me, was apparently co-created by a completely inexperienced political newcomer) where most people work from home, flying is discouraged (or restricted), ‘energy-saving’ automatic cars and other wireless technology determine our lives (until we finally completely destroyed our biosphere), etc.

    I see that people even those close to me are not willing to even look at ‘alternative information’ as is provided on this site or above mentioned link. People have mostly fallen for the fear mongering by the MSM and administrations, as they have after 911. I see people almost disgusted when I bring up such ‘alternative’ information. In my mind, I see them already rolling up their sleeves to receive another un/der-tested toxic vaccine to ‘save them’ from this virus now and in the future (and if they still die of the coronavirus-induced pneumonia it might be explained that they probably already had a virus infection beforehand which caused their deaths or that the virus had mutated). These public narrative believers keep running the MSM indoctrination at all waking times and then exchange the same information among themselves which hardens them in their opinion that any other information can never be true or relevant. They seem to be incapable to look beyond an obvious facade. Or afraid to do so, so as not to stand there with a minority of people who obviously must be nuts.

    I also heard one person say that James is doing this work, because he’s in it for the money as he has CDs and books for sale. When I point out that e.g., their admired MSNBC players also get paid (millions of USDs, and even sell books) to do their work (often to narrate the official narrative and nothing but), my argument seems to be irrelevant.

    To me, the populations in the US and other Western countries seem to be incapable to keep their minds open and to also listen to sources other than those delivered by their chosen ‘truth tellers.’ What they like and probably already need, is somebody to think and decide for them. Unfortunately, I live among such bunch. But that’s life.

  16. cedomir says:

    We’re practically living through this in Serbia. Most of us following this website and others with similar credibility knew this was in store for us. And yet, even if we prepared, we’re not prepared enough. How does one deal with armed representatives of State who have a mandate and most likely believe the official line?

    • mkey says:

      Has the curfew really been instituted? If the police “force” over there is anything like it is over here I’d say that majestic plan won’t work since they simply don’t have the manpower. Especially if migrant situation starts flaring up again.

  17. manbearpig says:

    as a parting aside:

    today and yesterday, since “lock-down”, no chemtrailing…exceptionally, crystal blue skies… some planes, but no trails…

    the previous days, weeks; lots.

    no helicopters either like there were the other days…


  18. Libertydan says:

    How is it that after I played the above video at “” that the next video is socialist “John Oliver (March 15th HBO)”? Clearly this is being done by outsiders and I should not have taken the bate, but I thought that I was getting around Youtube/Gootube by going to
    Note; Oliver is pushing Vaccines for everyone!

    • manbearpig says:

      Pushing vaccines is he!? Wait! Oh yea! He made his opinion of folks who question vaccines and/or climate change very clear at 15 minutes and 5 seconds into the video linked below dating back to May of 2016:

      “…If we start thinking that science is à la carte, that if you don’t like one study, don’t worry another will be along soon,

      this is what leads people to think that man-made climate change isn’t real or that vaccines cause autism, both of which the scientific consensus is pretty clear on…”

      nonsensus consensus scientific conformity… I’m afraid your age is dawning…

  19. teresa.p says:

    Lance’s original statistics for the Ocean liner were correct. And I made the same observations about the chem-trails

  20. emily1 says:

    Oh MAN. Now here’s another doozy for anyone following my line of thinking above.

    “Opinion: Smart Cities can help fight against infectious diseases”

    “The CDC has called for better integration of global public health through shared surveillance systems for detection and reporting, international laboratory networks to accurately identify causes of illness, a trained workforce to identify, track and contain outbreaks, and emergency management systems to coordinate an effective response. While these are critical initial efforts, the difficulty of identifying risks before they become unmanageable, and the fact that threats are so diffuse over a global set of potential origin areas, we also need new frameworks and technologies – especially those that can be integrated into daily practice between the intermittent waves of pandemic fear. Enter the smart city of the future.”

    Problem…crisis… solution!! voila!

  21. Redneard says:

    tfw Winston Smith is healed at the end

  22. mammique says:

    Do you think they’ll use an hygiene pretext to get rid of cash as well? As it’s exchanged from hand to hand, pretexting it could be a vector for viruses?


  23. FlyingAxblade says:

    Bitchute 404’d this video for me today.

  24. Mielia says:

    I have two anti-panic articles which one German youtuber (currently somewhere in Afrika) is handing around on telegram, which I wanna share
    one older (2009) which I just archived: (WHO changed definition of pandemic back then too ;-))
    and one recent about statistics:

    also some film makers, who made a movie about the WHO have already decided to make a film about this scare:
    that Wodarg guy at the start of the trailer (has once been politically involved, so I am a bit cautious) is making the rounds here with longer videos too (obviously in indy media, in mainstream all of this is suppressed or treated with some sort of disclaimer)

    NOBODY is talking about a CURE
    MANY are talking about VACCINES
    Something I find important and thanks to whoever reminded me.
    some ten thousand or millions cures as potential vs.
    billions of vaccinations as potential

  25. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Here is one thing I am gonna do…

    ~~ Get some more cash out of the bank.
    (Recently, I am careful about paying bills, spending the least I need to in order to keep the credit waters quiet. I don’t have much cash to pull, but if I need even a little, it could come in handy.)

    If NYC gets locked in, then Wall Street might get shut down. If Wall Street shuts down, the public will panic to the banks.

    On the 23rd, Wall Street changes to “electronic”.
    (See today’s Reuters article at Corbett’s article The Rollercoaster Ride Has Begun)

    Several countries have already closed their markets.
    Today, U.S. stocks crashed hard again, along with commodities like oil, gold, silver. …and this was after trillions of Fed money thrown at the credit markets.
    ‘They’ may want to close the markets, just to salvage something before the fire burns it all away.

    Sri Lanka followed suit after the Philippines became the first country to close down its stock market.

    My 21 year old granddaughter moved to New York City this summer, right after her college graduation. She works in Manhattan, but lives in another borough.
    Normally, I write her letters. But again, today, I texted her saying that they might lock in the City.
    She said that today she is working from home. Manhattan streets are virtually dead compared to what they were a week or so ago. She seemed unconcerned about a lock-in. She has a lot of sharp spice, so if things go south hard, she will probably make things go right.
    (Well…ya knows that ole grandpa is a conspiracy guy…yea, yea, yea.)

    I don’t push any evaluations of their conduct on my son nor grandkids.
    It is their life, not mine.
    I will tell them what ideas I have personally about things or what I am personally doing. They will tell me theirs, but I never evaluate their perspectives nor judge their concepts against mine.
    I am happy as long as they prosper and enjoy meeting life’s challenges in their own ways. I try very hard not to influence their own volitional direction.

  26. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Mandatory Vaccines are coming.
    I can feel it.

    There is a way some of us will be able to handle “mandatory vaccines”.
    Make sure you have a good Doctor.
    I have known several “good Doctors”, the kind who takes you into the room, shoots the needle in the air, and logs the paperwork.

    So Monday, the 16th, I go to the Clinic to get “Ozone Blood Therapy in combination with the Ultraviolet Blood Therapy (UBI) (BioPhotonic Therapy)” for $300.
    (Scroll down hitting links on this sub-thread to find out about it, especially since it will ‘cure’ COVID-19 quickly )

    The Doctor is in his mid-80’s, but moves like a rocket. I was lucky. I got there on a slow day at a slow hour, so it was just me and him.

    We talked shop about the Ozone stuff. He even showed me what brand of ozone machine to get for myself and how it hooks up, in case I wanted to order one online.

    I knew of the people who he meets at the Medical Conferences, and so he was telling me stories. They all stay in close contact, especially with COVID-19, because they all know that it will squash that coronavirus.

    As he is hooking me up to the needle and tubes, the Flat Screen on the wall was playing the DVD “Vaxxed II: The People’s Truth”. Wakefield appears on the screen and I mentioned that I got to meet him when we screened Vaxxed 1. Doc tells me that Wakefield was going to speak at one of his recent Medical Conferences, but Wakefield never showed.
    I looked at Doc with that “question look”.
    He goes on to tell me that Dr. Toni Bark had died of cancer, and Wakefield went to the funeral. Gosh! I did not know. I really liked her and how she presented things.

    A funny story that Doc told me was how he kept lying to his eye Doctor.
    This was years ago, and Doc had some kind of glaucoma. The small bottle of eye drops cost $300. Doc said that if a drop was “off target” and missed the eye, there went 5 bucks.

    At that time, another ozone Doctor told Doc: “Use the ozone in such and such manner for your glaucoma” and relayed the successes other Medicos had had.
    So, Doc keeps going back to his eye Doctor and the condition keeps improving. “Are you taking the drops?” Doc would lie and say “Yes”.
    The Eye Specialist Surgeon finally threw in the towel…he was never going to get to perform surgery and collect the fee from Medicare/Medicaid.

    • mik says:

      Mandatory vaccinations are coming no doubt.

      They are aware of a good doctor solution.

      Corona vaccinations will be administered by special teams comprised by people from different cities, so they don’t know each other.

      This is a proven method used by cups when they want to present efficacy and strong hand.

  27. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Burn Rate – Herd Immunity
    Modeling Infection Spread with different options by authorities

    Take a look at this chart/GRAPH of “quarantine options” and infection spread

    Listen to Chris Martenson talk about this Study: Impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) to reduce COVID-19 mortality and healthcare demand by Neil M Ferguson et al
    (somewhere over 10 minutes)

    Link to paper at this Review

  28. Octium says:

    I disagree with Jason’s assertion that people can’t take on the military.

    Sure, you are probably not going to win a one-on-one gun battle, but anything goes! There is no need for the public to follow the Geneva convention for whatever that is worth?

    Imagine that if in Nazi Germany, each person who had already been given a tattoo managed to set fire to one public building each: a police station, church, train station, school, shop, library, power station hospital, factory, etc…then after about the 100,000th arson attack Germany would have been on it knees and lost the war. Sure, most likely the arsonists would have been caught and executed, but that was about to happen anyway, in much greater numbers!!

    Look at the resistance that occurred in Iraq, and that was with the Invaders children being safe at home. The enemies children won’t be safe this time!

    • _____ says:

      There are a lot of good ex-military aware of what’s going on (speaking of Canada anyhow). For anyone to suggest the controllers can’t be defeated suggests to me they don’t understand this fact. The power of belief can be strong as well, positive or negative. I believe in the humanity of those individuals who haven’t succumbed to the brainwashing and willing to make personal sacrifices for the next generations. Yes, I have my red lines; let the chips fall where they may.

  29. alexandre says:

    Some useless meanderings just to make some noise in the party.
    One way or the other we’re like cows in a line marching slowly to the iAbattoir. A digital slaughterhouse where one cow can’t see the other cows. We chat and wonder if the rumors are true, if death will come by injection or by a blow on the head, which is more or less painful, if this is a slaughterhouse or paradise – and who is in charge of the fucking place. We don’t even know if the other cows are real or just nicks invented by AI to make us feel less lonely. When one disappears, how do we know what happened? The marching is so slow that you think you’re standing still.

    Don’t know why this came to mind now, but does anyone remember “Johnny Got His Gun”?

    The S.O.S. scene:
    That used to be an anti-war movie. Now, who knows.

    Whatever is happening, one thing is, as Mal Gore says, unequivocal; this is the natural evolution of government. Whatever the future is, it’s gonna be government growing and growing, and the only thing that could have prevented it, long time ago, would have been the word “no” – as in “freedom I won’t”. But positivists have won with their incessante and happy little fucking “yes”, and now it’s “buenas noches los pastores”.

    I guess my point is, isn’t it a bit late, in the sense of “doing something about it”? I thought it was late 15 years ago. But that doesn’t mean “the end”. If I could try a prediction, based on one of “the end”s here in 64, I’d say that soon no one will be talking about anything like 911 or this thing now. Life will be completely different and no one will remember how it was – as no one remembers how it was before 911 and many other “befores” before that. The references will be gone, slowly disappeared by “the positive new people”. It’s not the end of the world, but the realization that the world has nothing to do with what you think – or thought it was. That’s what’s really scary.

    Just some thoughts.

    By the way, Jon Rappoport is still screaming his CapsLocks off.

  30. Jake Lemay says:

    Quebec City police arrest CORVID-19 patient for defying quarantine – Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (who usually censor me and I believe I am banned, recently):

  31. says:

    Does anyone know the sources for WA and FL being the next states to have lock downs?

  32. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Jason Bermas
    March 20th or so.

    Talks about having an emotional moment.
    Cuomo Is Shutting NY Down! What Everyone NEEDS TO KNOW!

    The entire video is fascinating.

  33. holmesmd2 says:

    The most powerful and fascinating thing about the emotional impact of all this revolves around the most important survival instinct of all animals, not just humans: Fight or Flight.

    What psychologically and emotionally is happening and is perhaps least recognized is that the MSM and all this hype and the screw-tightening has eliminated ALL of the RATIONAL responses to this: Fight AND Flight. Neither is “allowed” in this situation, and that is becoming more and more obvious as we go along.

    I have also noticed a few commentators who have reached the obvious conclusion, destination or resolution to that glaring fact: the most powerful insidious damage is certainly not deaths from the virus and pulmonary collapse, and not even a collapsed economy. The real tragedy is going to be that deaths from violence, virus, and poverty will in first-world countries almost certainly be far outstripped by deaths from suicide.

    • manbearpig says:

      Eugenics box ticked.

      and for lack of any other outlet, the frustrated fight or flight instinct is being directed against deniers and “conspiracy theorists” who allegedly “put everyone in danger”.

      Incidentally I rather enjoyed your allusion of a parallel between pulmonary collapse and economic collapse

      the economy being the lungs of society.

      anyhow…back to cabin fever…

  34. mkey says:

    Epidemic: quarantining real science

    The reality is starting to seep through the pores of propaganda and mass hysteria. 99% of those that perished in Italy (out of some 18% tested) under the auspices of the corona virus had more than one chronic disease (almost half of them had two). That means, out of all examined 3 (three, yes T H R E E, as in fingers on one standard human issue fist or foot minus 2) didn’t have any chronic disease and could have died of the corona virus. In fact if they even had the virus to begin with.

    My friend tells me he’s about to start (not) working from home. Starting Monday, he’s on a 2 week rotation. He’s working as usual (even if the amount of work is heavily reduced) 2 weeks followed by staying at home 2 weeks. Not working from home, staying at home. Full pay and benefits. Government jobs can be sweet.

    On the other hand, I have done my first week at the office with three other colleagues on average. So, four of use where used to be 30. People have taken to all of this quite seriously. Nobody is thinking about how long this is going to last, they are no thinking about metrics that’s going to be used to turn off and surely on the martial state. I tried having a discussion with one of the colleagues that came to the office. This is one very brilliant guys, he’s a bit older than I and very courteous and calm. I stood absolutely no chance, it was quite pathetic. I tried making points about how there are no real, reliable tests for this virus, about how people dieing are suffering en masse from chronic diseases, about how the test needs to be beyond reasonable doubt if we are going to enact marital law over results it gives, about how economy is going to tank and that potential death toll will be devastating in comparison to what we have now… Absolutely no impact.

    Oh well.

    • manbearpig says:

      “…bounce off their stream of consciousness. It will be brushed off like a bug used to be brushed off from the windshield, back than when that still was an event…” -some sage at some point once said…

    • holmesmd2 says:

      BTW…Where are the bodies? Actually, I’m not interested in the bodies, and besides, in my neck of the universe, no funerals allowed except for video conferences, same with weddings. 🙁

      What I mean is WHERE ARE THE BEREAVED? Where are the videos of REAL family members of people who died from this virus? I can find all manner of videos of people from government and the spectrum of law enforcement standing shoulder to shoulder while they tell us to maintain 6ft “social distance”. What a joke….and BTW, often there are MANY more than 10 people in the room, so what gives?? Obviously they aren’t getting married.

      I was considering contating Uber or Lyft to start “Uber Weddings” and “Uber Divorce” and combine that with curbside ministerial and legal kiosks. We actually do personally know a couple who decided to get married NOW instead of in the fall because:’
      1. They can’t invite more than 10 people (and that was two days ago!).
      2. They can combine her excellent insurance immediately “just in case”.

      Sorry for the digression…seriously: Where are the videos of real people crying about real husbands, wives and children, with REAL TEARS?? I really am NOT a “body denier”, just that I can’t find anyone upset from any MSM about having just lost their family members.

      Ironically, and maybe psychologically, I’m pining perhaps for some real grief here…maybe that would make me feel better?


      Thanks, BTW to everyone who’s posting here. I think I’ll move back in. 🙂

      • alexandre says:

        Well, my sister has a client in Spain that is freaking out, saying that people very close to her are starting to die, but as always she was not specific – and to ask for that level of specificity is guaranteed to throw you in jail. How dare yuu?? “Who, where, when, how” etc is always what is missing. Weird shite.

  35. manbearpig says:

    “There’s no doubt that the coronavirus has completely changed life as everyone knows it, but many people are divided over whether this outbreak has become the crown jewel celebrating the commencement of the “New World Order” (NWO) or the long-awaited crippling blow to globalization that so many have been eagerly hoping for.”

    With the Standard Oil empire in mind I’d say it’s both.

    It’s the New World Order under the appearence of a delocalized, fragmented power structure.

    I think I may’ve seen this article posted somewhere on the Corbett comments boards, but just in case:

    The Coronavirus: Crown Jewel of the New World Order or Crippling Blow to Globalization?

    By Andrew Korybko
    Global Research, March 19, 2020

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