Interview 1529 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

03/26/2020180 Comments

Welcome to the 402nd episode of New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

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Story #1: The ‘EARN IT’ Bill Is the Government’s (Open) Plan to Scan Every Message Online

S.3398 - EARN IT Act of 2020

The EARN IT Act Is the New FOSTA

Congress Must Stop the Graham-Blumenthal Anti-Security Bill

Video: The EARN IT Act - Holding the Tech Industry Accountable in the Fight Against Online Child Sexual Exploitation

Story #2: ‘Digital Dollar’ Stripped From Pelosi Plandemic Bill, Still

White House, Senate Reach Historic $2 Trillion Stimulus Deal Amid Growing Coronavirus Fears

Episode 328 – The Bitcoin Psyop

Story #3: Mobile Phone Industry Explores Worldwide Tracking Of Users

GSMA: Global System for Mobile Communications

Police in California Plan to Use Drones to Enforce Quarantine Lockdown

Israel Joins Totalitarian States Using Coronavirus To Spy On Citizens

U.S. Government, Tech Industry Discussing Ways To Harness Location Data To Combat Coronavirus

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  1. Sebastian De Clarke says:

    I am really curious if there is any way to carry on smart phone and not to be tracked?

    • Stronghorse says:

      @Sebastian De Clarke

      You should be able to purchase, or make yourself a Faraday Cage to put your tracking device in. That should prevent any signals getting to it, or any signals coming from it.
      An aluminum foil pouch or some type of wire mesh pouch would qualify as a Faraday Cage for this purpose. I can’t offer any advice about where to purchase one because I’ve never owned a smart phone. I don’t plan on getting one either.
      Just understand that when you do take it out of the pouch, even for a few seconds or less, signals will once again be able to reach it. Electronics can move at very very fast speeds. Even though at times it seems they take forever.
      My best advice would be to pitch it and learn to live without it. The powers that shouldn’t be are currently in the process of ensuring that you will have to learn to live without many things, so you might as well get the jump on them.

      • Sebastian De Clarke says:

        Thank you for your input. In that case, I will have to learn to live without it.

        • alexandre says:

          Interesting coincidence – one more – that I’m half an inch away from throwing my cell out. Or putting it away until they make it mandatory. And boy, do they have clever ways to make it so.

        • Doublebase says:

          I’ve been trying to find a solution to this issue for a long time as well. Seems like the smart phone has taken over elements of everything from communication, entertainment and navigation. I’m looking to switch back to a dumb phone, but want to keep as much functionality as possible. Maybe that is asking the impossible though. Is there at least a dumb phone that still allows access to podcasts? Or is there a way to listen to and keep in touch with the online communities even if not through a Google driven smart phone (like another device)? I currently listen to new content whilst on my long drive to and from work .

          • Noahsark723 says:

            Just use a regular computer – download the mp3 to a zip drive and then use that in your car – or somehow port the mp3 to what ever it is you are using.

            Giving up your phone is an important step to take in standing up to this shit.

            If everyone just gave up there phones and cacelled their contracts with the companies that would send a message to the shitheads in the ivory towers.

            • Doublebase says:

              Yeah. I wouldn’t mind porting it from the computer manually. Just haven’t decided what to port it to, if not the smart phone. Cars don’t even have USB drives you can listen to MP3s on anymore

              • Noahsark723 says:

                I have a newer nissan that has a USB plug in it that you can charge a phone on but it also ports into the radio – I can load up a usb drive with mp3s and it plays them fine.

                Try using the usb charging port on your car you may find that it is connected to your radio.

                If not and you really want to – you can have a new radio put in the car that has a direct usb port on it.

                hope that is helpful for you!

              • Doublebase says:

                Thanks for the information noahsark

                The car does in fact have a USB port, I’ll try it out.

                I’ve started to leave my phone at home when out and about, it’s actually quiet relaxing!

                I do want a phone incase of emergency just for calls though. Can’t decide if getting the dumbest 2g/3g phone is a good thing though, I feel like that will be taken down eventually. What do you think of Kaios phones? Still have Google assistant loaded on.

                My current smart phone is a heuwai. My plan is to use it at home one and log out of all Google items.

              • Noahsark723 says:

                You are welcome for the info…

                I don’t know anything about cell phones because I never had one, so I don’t know anything about the kaios phones.

                From the little experience i had with them – I find it of no coincidence that the things are completely non-intuitive.
                Also that they are locked down in their functioning as if the creators of the phone designed the software to limit the user and to further more direct the user in a certain way.

                Also I have heard of the stories that people would be talking about something with their phone around and then all of a sudden ads would pop up on the phone in relation to the subject that they were talking about.

                That right there would prompt me to get rid of the little pocket spy, but funny enough those people still have theirs phones which means that they consent to being spied on through it, because there is no other deduction to take away from it than that it is spying on them(us,me,you).

              • Doublebase says:

                Well, you had good foresight to side step that one! I agree with your suspicions that the software is designed to direct you in a certain way. The way that they are rolled out every 2 years or so with ‘upgrades’ just serves to slowly chip away. There were some barriers I refused to cross though.

                Its only now that I want to break away from the phone, that you see how difficult it is to find any alternatives, any open source options.

                Equally though, for all the faults and privacy invasions, I would not have ended up on this forum without YouTube on my mobile phone!

                You can see the next steps though. Not only will the mobile phone be used to make contactless financial interaction (payment), they’ll determine human interaction, as in who can step within 6 feet of each other. That’s enough for me anyway. I’m leaving it at home.

              • Noahsark723 says:

                “Equally though, for all the faults and privacy invasions, I would not have ended up on this forum without YouTube on my mobile phone!”

                Even out of wicked acts and agendas — still good can come out of it because life is always at play through out everything.

                That in itself is what these elitist fools fail to see and it is part of what will foster their destruction.

      • Octium says:

        One idea is to arrange a time when people can call you, for example, at 3pm, turn your phone on for 3 minutes. If people need to contact you they can call you then and arrange a time to talk, otherwise the phone stays switched off and put in a Faraday jail.

        • Duck says:

          email access at home and the expectation that you will answer your phone at any time has expanded some peoples work day to 24 hours. You have a good idea there with set calling windows

    • mahaaru says:
      Make your own version or add your own verse! Ive had mostly positive feedback from it

    • Duck says:

      THIS guy has info on that kind of thing- he’s a pretty cool tec channel
      Search his channel for ‘faraday’ to see his experiments make a radio proof bed for your phone so it cant spy when your not using it. google free smartphone Flipper phones… like in ye olde days when people just wanted to make calls dumb phone comparisons is your microwave a good faraday cage?

    • Libertydan says:

      You can wrap it up in Aluminum Foil, and it will not give away your location until you unwrap it or try to use it. However if you need it that bad, it makes me think you are addicted to the thing. Your Cell Phone Company not only keeps track of you by way of it’s built in GPS, it also sells other data that it collects.
      By wrapping it up, and thus taking it off line, the powers that be might find this to be “suspicious behavior” which could make you a “Person of Interest” and thus wind you up on what I call “The Shit List”.
      I say, leave it at home and learn to live without it. It took me a while (about a year of leaving it in a drawer), but I managed to learn to live without it and canceled the service on my Smart Phone.
      Indeed, I have a dumb phone now, but I leave that at home much of the time. Generally I only take it when I think I am going to have to make a call.

      • Mintaka says:

        This is exactly what I do with my phone. I leave it at home as much as possible. Everything is turned off on it except for the 3G cell connection.
        No Wifi, no Bluetooth, no 3G Internet. Only use it for calling & texting.
        A mobile phone is great in case of emergency, but as far as I’m concerned, that’s where the boundary is. The Red Line.
        My phone is an old Nokia N9 bought in 2012 (after my old phone broke). Still goes good and is perfect for my requirements. Would never consider buying anything that runs Goggle Android. It’s called Android for a reason, for Pete’s sake.
        No zombie phone for me thank you very much!

        The irony of it all?
        Used to work for a mobile service provider until recently.
        The looks I would get when talking about my phone and usage of it.
        My, my, as if I was from some remote galaxy in another dimension.
        Priceless really.

  2. Sebastian De Clarke says:

    Hello from sunny Nottingham, UK

    Warning: THE SUN is one of the worst tabloids in the UK !:)

    However, I found this piece interesting and in some way I feel it is connected to the tracking theme in today’s New World Next Week.


    ‘As many as 6.6 million Brits may already have coronavirus, according to an app monitoring symptoms of people with suspected Covid-19. Researchers from King’s College London, who launched the Covid Symptom Tracker, say ten per cent of the 650,000 people who signed up to the app in the first 24 hours showed signs of the virus.

    And if their statistic of one in every ten people is applied to the UK’s population of 66million, it would mean that around 6.6 million people in the UK are currently suffering from coronavirus. It comes as the number of cases of coronavirus in the UK last night rose to 9,529 – with the death toll now standing at 465.’

    Especially, taking into consideration that Covid-19 is no longer classified as a High consequence infectious diseases

    I am looking forward to James podcast about economical implications of this so called ‘pandemic’

    • Qno says:

      Time a few newspaper bosses were thrown in jail for dangerous behaviour. Shitting up the public to sell a few copies has serious consequences. I like the good news though. Strange nobody thought it important enough to tell the world about it…

    • tricky says:

      Hi Dom
      Nice to see others from the UK (I’m in the south-east) here and thanks for the link.

      I noted with interest further down on the page you linked to that it states that HCIDs “require an enhanced individual, population and system response”

      Most notably, even after being (officially) downgraded… and several days later…, we were still imprisoned in our own homes, despite the no longer needed “population and system response”

  3. Ian Davis says:

    Thanks guys. You raise a really good point about what can slipped through during this “lockdown.” I agree this is way much more than a distraction but is still very handy. For example, in Scotland, at a time when the world is worried about the spread of disease the State has decided not to collect the rubbish (garbage.)

    So expect outbreaks of cholera this summer in the UK. Which should help immensely. Of course no one is allowed to protest any of this because, unlike the more surreptitious approach adopted by some states the UK has gone full bore, in your face, arbitrary arrest dictatorship. The Coronavirus Act is now on place and it is an Enabling Act.

    The UK State has extended its ability to carry out surveillance on us all, increased its powers to detain people without trial, increased powers to section people and reduced safeguards, reduced healthcare protections, removed our ability to socialise and protest, reduced legal safeguards for accurately determining cause of death, taken control of the burial and coronal processes, reduced the required standard of evidence in the courts and suspended representative democracy.

    It is extremely likely that this legislation will be in place for at least two years, during which time you can be detained simply because the State doesn’t like the look of you.

    They passed this “emergency legislation” 6 days After Public Health England DOWNGRADED Covid 19 from a high consequence infectious disease (HCID) because of the “low mortality rate.”

    The State ignored this completely, didn’t tell anyone, the MSM whent nowhere near it and we got the Enabling Act nearly a full week later.

    And all this is based on data that simply shows no additional excess winter mortality at all.

    Good innit?

    • Sebastian De Clarke says:

      Just like in States in UK Police begin using drones and roadblocks to enforce the lock-down.

      There was coverage about Coronavirus Act 2020 in mass media, but I do not think people really paid attention to it.

      ‘Coronavirus: Emergency legislation becomes law, giving ministers unprecedented powers to tackle outbreak’

      ‘Police and health officials to get powers to detain under UK coronavirus bill’

      UK’s emergency coronavirus bill ‘will put vulnerable at risk’

    • weilunion says:

      This is the Fourth Reich, the great international fascist takeover that has been in process since Operation Paper Clip.

      The US brought thousands of Hitler’s henchman to America to work on rocket science, biological warfare, MKULTRA, torture and more.

      The theft of Golden Lilly Funds from the Phillipines by the US (first stolen by Japan) and the Bormann money network established in 1943 by Martin Bormann of the Third Reich (750 corporations set up overseas to launder and invest the Third Reich’s profits), have meant that the US elites and their cohorts have built up quite a bit of funds for this takeover.

      We are witnessing the Fourth Reich. And it is understandable.

      Allan Dulles, his brother John Foster, the Sullivan and Cromwell law firm they worked for, the Bush’s and so many more, old money and new, are a well organized and well funded force to be reckoned with.

      And they are exerting their control over the world right now, for they have their henchman in place in various countries to assure mass control.

      We are at the stage of history that has been well prepared for and organized by the international fascists.

      Interesting to note that Steve Bannon’s (Breitbart) friends, Lyle Bass and Tommy Hicks are drooling over the money they will make by shorting China financially.

      Yes, there is an international fascist movement and there has been for over a century.

      • Ian Davis says:

        Certainly there are some very “hard right” influences in the development of the European Union with the the group “le Cercle” of particular interest.

        I am currently looking at the EU’s response to COVID 19 so any insights you could give would be great.

        CIA hit squads, David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski and Jon Bolton? All alleged members of Le Cercle?

        Bbbrggghhh! The mind shudders.

      • Duck says:

        Its not fascism except for a few of the tools and middle management… its flat out gnostic satanism.
        The people higher up really do hate what normal people think of as good and plan to remake the world world with a new religion- to do to the world what christians did to the roman empire

    • minnie says:

      I was a bit worried when I read that, as I’m in Scotland! But we are still getting our rubbish collected – this only applies to Aberdeen Council, and it’s just food and recycling not being collected.

      I wouldn’t be surprised if rubbish collections are suspended soon though.

      I do agree with your wider point – this is an extremely worrying situation. I wrote to my MP over a week ago to protest at the 2-year length of the Coronavirus Bill and some of the other points in it, but as usual I only got a standard letter in reply saying that he is too busy to respond. This is the same reply I get every time I write to him, whatever the subject. Democracy is a total farce.

      • De Clarke says:

        My MP (UK) is often using her social media account to promot her work. I have posted few not to controversial questions and stats there.

        Yet, she is still encouraging social distancing and staying at home. Simultaneously, expects economy to prosper !

        Tory government having majority they can pass whatever legislation they want they want; Coronavirus Act 2020 is now applicable to all citizens.

        Yet, once again, she prefers to ‘go back to her care work’ to support NHS (public relation stunt)instead have some critical thinking skills.

        It is all farce, false news and propaganda.

  4. manbearpig says:

    What an Incredible Smell you’ve discovered!!

    In the Magic Wordspells Hocus Pocus department I’d posted the following this “Update” this morning on the Corbett Report “Is This the Big Event” page:

    “Mar 23, 2020,08:23pm EDT

    ““Coronavirus Stimulus Offered By House Financial Services Committee Creates New Digital Dollar

    Jason Brett

    ‘Updated on 3/24/20 at 11:45 AM: The final version of the economic stimulus package offered by Speaker Pelosi the House Democrats no longer includes the U.S. Digital Dollar proposal; however, the language as proposed by Chairwoman Waters of the House Financial Services Committee still contains this language. Links to the original and updated stimulus bills with the latest language are at the end of the story.’

    (Language is everything in spin-doctor land)”

    It all reminds me of this:

  5. manbearpig says:

    We’e been forewarned: Pre-Corona life is being UNdone by an UNholy war…

    “We need a ‘war economy’ to deal with COVID-19 crisis!”

    By Euronews • last updated: 26/03/2020 – 10:49

    “Antonio Guterres is speaking to Euronews about the United Nations’ response to the coronavirus crisis.

    “We are living in a war situation with this virus, we need to deal with it with a war economy.”

    They were the words of UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres as he used an interview with Euronews to call for a clear and coordinated global response to the coronavirus crisis.

    Guterres said he wanted to mobilise a double digit percentage of the global economy to “break not bend” the growth curve of coronavirus.

    And it is not only breaking the curve of the virus that should be at the forefront of global efforts, he said, but to also seize the dramatic situation “as an opporunity” to create an economy that is more inclusive and sustainable going forward.

    “Many things will change, I would say irreversibly in our lives,” he told Euronews…”

    “Turn and face the strange (and evil) Changes…”

    (link posted at the bottom of the Coronavirus and Climate Change Propaganda Watch page)

    • manbearpig says:

      I always get a little confused when politicians starting using shop talk such as

      “strange and evil”

      MARCH 25, 2020 / 11:06 AM / UPDATED 5 HOURS AGO

      U.S. Senate passes $2 trillion bill for ‘strange and evil’ coronavirus crisis

      Richard Cowan, David Morgan, Patricia Zengerle

      WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Senate on Wednesday unanimously backed a $2 trillion bill aimed at helping unemployed workers and industries hurt by the coronavirus epidemic, as well as providing billions of dollars to buy urgently needed medical equipment…

      …Senate leaders noted the historic nature of the challenge posed by the coronavirus, which the Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called “a strange and evil disease.”

      (For more about this “strange and evil disease” the article’s linked on the “Is This the Big Event” Q for C halfway down the page)

  6. Friendly Dog says:

    I saw on the local “news” here in Washington state, that a company called Unacast has created a Social Distancing Scoreboard using cell phone data. They give each state, and each county within the state, a grade based on the movements of people’s cell phones. States/counties where people’s phones don’t move much get an A. States/counties where people’s phones move a lot get an F.

  7. Sebastian De Clarke says:


    I have just looked what Polish mass media are reporting … and as everywhere rhetoric is identical with examples of measures been put in place to stop Covid-10 spread, and as all over the globe – none of them apparently working. Sounds familiar?

    Also, ‘Doctors will tell you what you should eat or not’ (Jesus …)


    ‘Japan is doing very well and was able to stop spread of Covid-19’ I am not sure if anyone heard about this one !

    On the top of it, the same news portal states that UK government ‘requested citizens to be prepared for agricultural work.’ Basically, they believe we will have not enough food to put on the table.

    This is the first time I came across this statement, and I live in UK. Sounds like some North Korea style of ‘governing’

    • manbearpig says:

      Just reminds me that just before I was sent home one of my students was negociating with a Japanese company to obtain their powerful anti-viral drug (not a vaccine) to supply French hospitals.

      sorry if that’s totally irrelevant…

    • pearl says:

      “On the top of it, the same news portal states that UK government ‘requested citizens to be prepared for agricultural work.’”

      Is that another way of saying, “brace yourselves for the next wave: citizens will be assigned jobs and food rations”?

      • Sebastian De Clarke says:

        Yep, this exactly how is sounds. Second wave is ALREADY predicted !

        There is enormous propaganda in UK about massive death toll per day. We obviously know challenges (lies) with these statistics. As this is happening all over the globe I am a slightly confused (I am new to the movement)

        1. Does anyone coordinates this ‘event’? (NWO?)
        2. How medical staff can be so easily fooled?
        3. Would this seriously devastate economy?

        • pearl says:

          New to the movement, eh? Let the onion-peeling begin!! Be prepared for lots of tears.

          Gosh, where to begin. MBP said something months ago that the first step should be the now ancient Corbett video (2009?) on climate change/eugenics. I believe you’ll find it when you click on the image to the right side of the page that says: The Best of The Corbet Report.

        • Stronghorse says:

          @Sebastian De Clarke

          Sebastian, I thought it was clear to everyone here, that the economy is finished. It is not coming back in any way that we recognize. We are witnessing the death rattle now.
          Years ago, the international bankers of the Rothschild family cartel of central banks, took control of the economies of nearly all nations. Eventually they were all tied together. [Currently there are only 5 countries that do not have a central bank controlled by them. Iran, Syria, North Korea, Venezuela, and Cuba.] I doubt any help can be expected from any of them.
          They have a system that creates cycles of booms and busts. They admittedly caused the “Crash of 1929”, after which they bought up assets at pennies on the dollar. Real assets like land and homes and businesses. Then they start the cycle over again.
          When they are ready, they can crash the entire system, either partially, as in 1929 and 2008, or completely, as they are doing now. They have a new system ready to go that will give them even more control, and the only way to get everyone to accept it is to destroy the old system. So they are.
          All the hype about recovery since 2008 is nothing more than a pack of lies. There has been no recovery at all. It’s all been propped up by the central banks. They have been pumping currency into it, Currency created out of thin air and backed by nothing into the system and loaning it to the major corporations so they could buy back their own stocks in order to give the appearance that they still had value.
          It’s all smoke and mirrors.
          This one is for all the marbles. They continued the lies and propping up the markets a lot longer than they ever have in history, in order to make certain that there is no way to save it. Also, the longer they delay the crash, the more painful it will be on everyone who depends on it, and the lower the sale price will be. All of the efforts they have been doing this past year are too little too late, and they know it.
          It amazes me that people say that there is no way for all of the leaders of all these countries to be in on it, but that is precisely the case.
          “Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes its laws.” ~ Anonymous
          Nations run on money, (well actually “Currency” or “Credit”), so he who controls the purse strings controls he who requires the contents of the purse. ~ Me
          There will be no recovery, it is a mathematical certainty. I hope everyone is prepared, because no matter how long the COVID-19 saga drags on, the financial hardships will last for years, not months.

          • Sebastian De Clarke says:


            Thank you for this explanation.

            What can we expect after the lock-down is lifted?

          • Sebastian De Clarke says:

            In that case should I stop repaying not secured loan?

            • Stronghorse says:

              Believe it or not Sebastian, I’m not a financial adviser. I’m just an old retired investigator who once worked for the criminals who are doing this to the rest of us. I quit years ago when I realized what I was participating in. I prefer to maintain my integrity much more than to have money in the bank.
              I don’t know what part of the world you live in, so I can’t direct you to any like minded groups where you could get more localized advice.
              Here in the states, I have multiple contacts, but I have very few in other countries.
              However, I will say that while I can’t advise you about whether or not to pay an unsecured loan or not, I do seem to remember that possession is 9/10 in legal matters. Or something like that.
              Although I myself owe no one anything, I can imagine a scenario where someone had a house that was mortgaged to a local bank, and a financial crash occurred, and that bank was forced to close it’s doors, who would the homeowner send a payment too? Same with an automobile.
              Eventually, the major corporate bank that snatched up the small bank’s assets will come looking for their pound of flesh, but it’s hard to squeeze something out of someone who doesn’t have it.
              If they sue, (which is likely at some point in time), tell the judge that you understand that you owed someone something at one time, but since you cannot find your copy of the “ORIGINAL” contract, you have no real knowledge of how much.
              The judge then orders the lawyer for the corporation to produce the corporation’s copy of the “ORIGINAL” contract withing 30 days.
              When they fail to do so, because they can’t 99% of the time, the judge has to dismiss the case “With Prejudice”. Meaning you win because the corporation can’t prove you owe them anything, because a photocopy of a contract is not admissible in a court of law. And that is all they ever have because these contracts are bought and sold so many times, there is no telling what ever happened to the original.
              So, I can’t advise you on financial matters, I can tell you of legal matters I have witnessed numerous times, and even participated in one time. I trust you found some value in my little story.

              • Stronghorse says:

                On a side note, I believe it will prove much more difficult to force compliance on certain proposed edicts from the tax cattle here in the states. Mainly because the Powers That Shouldn’t Be, have failed in their many and ongoing attempts to disarm the American people. A great many of whom are sick and tired of taking it on the chin from the criminals currently running everything.
                The constitution, (remember that old document that even the PTSB admit is still the “Law of the Land”. The Highest law in fact.), Gives the people the right, and the duty to throw off the shackles of tyranny when it becomes too oppressive. Article 1, Section 8, Clause 15, and the Second Amendment to be precise.
                There comes a point in time when enough is enough, and at another point it becomes too much.
                I’m just saying.

              • Sebastian De Clarke says:

                Thank you for your story. I am based in UK.
                If the lockdown in United Kingdom exceeds three weeks (I am sure it will), I will just pay them very minimum. Legally (I volunteer for local Citizen Advice Bureau) and taking into consideration present situation I can pay them literally £1 per month.

                We see how the events will unfold.

          • pearl says:

            Excellent summary, Stronghorse! I was thinking Joe Plummer’s “Tragedy and Hope 101” should effectively fill in any gaps. I read that one last summer. Absolutely the way to go for someone like me who’s eyes glaze over and roll back at the mention of economics.


            He’s got the free text and audio available at his website! Seriously, considering the grunt work of sifting through Quigley’s tome and connecting those revelations to other sources, that’s incredibly generous of him:


            • manbearpig says:

              Thanks for this Pearl!! Now’s the time to listen to that!

              And there was another thing I wanted to listen to posted by a Corbett Subscriber a few weeks (months?) back with the most amazing voice and I CAN’T REMEMBER WHAT IT WAS!!?? An important text read in a fabulously deep voice…SHOOT!

              • pearl says:

                I hate it when that happens! I wish I could help but I got nuthin’!

                HRS?! We need you!

              • pearl says:

                The only recollection I have of your mentioning a deep voice is from “And Then There Were None” reading by John Lothe, and that was 2 years ago:


                He’s also got his own youtube channel where we can find his reading of, you guessed it, Tragedy and Hope! Yeah, he’s an amazing individual too:


                Did I scratch that itch?

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Is this it?…
                I, Pencil is extremely enlightening and in a beautiful, aesthetic, high wavelength way.

                I recommend listening to the audio in order to capture the beautiful explanation of the miracle of the “invisible hand”.


              • manbearpig says:

                YES YES YES!! JOHN LOTHE!! OMG! THAT’S IT!!


                Thank you. You’re an angel. Here’s your stairway:


        • kempus says:

          I feel for you for going down the rabbit hole is quite a challenging experience. I’d suggest reading The Creature from Jekyll Island by G Edward Griffin. You can then follow up with James stuff here on the Federal Reserve. From there you will find your own way. There are lots of distractions along the way and it’s hard to know who to trust, but the premise of the Federal Reserve and Central Banks across the world always helps put things into perspective. Oh and if you have the patience read Quigley – Tragedy and Hope. Good luck and welcome to the tin foil hat brigade…

    • Stronghorse says:

      It’s as if they know the people won’t be going back to their previous jobs. A lot of those jobs will be gone, so having people till the soil to produce food will be necessary.
      Ordering millions of small businesses to close for prolonged periods of time will force most into bankruptcy, while the government bails out the major corporations and sends the bill to our great great grandchildren.
      “Nationalize” means paid for by the tax cattle.
      With most people broke and hungry, while the big corporations have plenty, thanks to big brother, they will be able to buy up all the small businesses for pennies on the dollar because the previous owners are hungry and desperate.
      Globalists prefer that they own and control all manner and form of commerce, they have no need for Mom & Pop businesses. All they require from Mom & Pop is to work and pay. And die.

    • Duck says:

      Until you see masses of indians and south africans dead the dangers of the virus are unknown. While any death is horrible I’m not seeing the huge numbers of dead you would expect to justify this kind of reaction.

  8. weilunion says:

    Ever consider that if you do not have a cell/mobile phone, to get codes from banks to access your bank accounts, you don’t get to see or touch your money. This means on phone and online.

    All of this is for your own security, according to the banks.

    I live in S. America. And I live in a dollarized economy, meaning the US Fed runs the country.

    We have 16 hours of lockdown and if one is a senior, that human cannot go into a super market. They may infect, we are told.

    All life boats exclude the most vulnerable – seniors, children, those with disabilities, etc.

    Unless you have money or perhaps, like in Titanic, dress as a woman, forget the life boats. They are privatized and come at great cost.

    The banks are open, but getting in them is difficult and thus people are being pushed online by the banks. All management is online for our banks here. If you do not wish to bank online, forget your money.

    This suspiciously looks like when the banks are finally really open, if anytime — the dollar will be digitalized.

    Banking will be done through mobile phones or not at all.

    Ecuador, like India, will be an experiment in digital funds.
    It will be done for our security, of course, and will assure that taxes cannot be avoided.

    As this gets worse, banks and money will vanish.

    No cell phone, no access to banks.

    Social distancing is social alienation and the great control of population is in plain view.

    Social distancing means no on the ground organizing. Pretty simple. They have us by the short hairs.

    • pearl says:

      “They have us by the short hairs.”

      I’m afraid you’re right.

      And eventually, the smart device will be replaced by an implanted chip.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The other day, I was wondering where you lived.
      I assume Ecuador.

      I hear ya about the phone. It has become part of the economic structure, not just with bank verification but with work or texted links by different businesses, even my landlord.

      At the job I had for 2 years and was laid off from on Friday, all company reports, inventory counts, messages, emails, and even punch-in time clock were done on a smart phone.

      • weilunion says:

        We are, and have been living in a collective version of drunk driving.

      • CQ says:

        HRS, you say you were laid off last Friday. Are you okay? You have some savings? A family-and-friends support system? You do SO MUCH for others–and so much great activism and advocacy within a number of truth movements. I have a feeling you’re creative and hard-working enough to find another position where you can be helpful and be treated as the indispensable person you are. Let us know when you land something, okay? We’re rooting for you!

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Thanks CQ,
          Yea, I am fine.
          Financial, health, friends, family and otherwise.
          Thanks for asking.

          I bet it is starting to get warmer and more humid down there in the Houston area.
          I was watching a video of a Doctor based near the suburb of The Woodlands doing the “Ozone and Ultraviolet Light Blood Therapy” yesterday, and thought of you.

          I was planning a two day vacation request of “work rest” in the back of my mind, then circumstances brought it to me.

          It has been a relief to just stay indoors for awhile, not do major physical labor, nap, and do the keyboard or little projects.

          I will be out in the small yard more in the coming days.
          I have some ideas in the back of my mind as far as how to roll forward.
          Right now, I am watching to see how things play.
          We all are.

          • CQ says:

            Well, thanks for bringing the subject up again here, HRS, because I hadn’t read–and probably wouldn’t have ever read–all the comments in MML2020.

            Based on both of your comments, it sounds like it really was the best thing for you at this moment. To paraphrase pearl, I’m sure your absence will be felt–and I’m sure your presence in another service-oriented place (after you tire of indoors and backyard, that is) will be welcomed.

            Enjoy your projects and your naps, HRS! 🙂

            P.S. As for Houston, yes, I see on that “feels like” temps approached 90 today. I can only assume it’s sticky outside. You see, I didn’t venture out after getting several cell phone alerts announcing a shelter-in-place for Harris County til April 3rd. Guess I’ll have to offer to walk the neighbors’ dog every day if I’m gonna be outdoors legit, huh?

    • sjb says:

      I too live in Ecuador & see & feel the fear incited by msm. I can’t see digital currency happening yet as many people don’t have ‘intelligent’ phones or even bank cards. Many older people have bank books.
      Not sure what % of the population uses cash but I’d guess more than half. Correa tried digital state owned currency with a limit of $300, in ’14, supposedly to decrease queues to pay bills. It quickly died. I guess young people would gladly submit to a new digital currency, ‘it can’t be stolen’ + it’s 21st century.
      In India Modi changed the legal tender notes to different amounts. I think there was some digitisation but many have gone back to using cash.
      Hopefully Ecuador will come out stronger, I’ve asked around if there’s any talk of an alternative currency, not called Sucre. Don’t think I move in the right circles to have that answered,maybe the answer is simply, no. No signs indicating disbelief in this bshit,just tons of fear & obedience. In fact sitting looking out of the valley this evening I had a horror vision this evening of exactly what Weilunion suggests.
      Ecuador could become more independent of usa. Here we grow & produce almost everything. Maybe Ecuador will be allowed to export of our wonderful chocolate etc?? Gotta think positive. Young people have been 3D printing face masks for Dr’s I read.

      • weilunion says:

        Then you know $100 dollar bills are not in use, fifty dollar bills are not in use and the system is now rigged in favor of phones and banks.

        Yes,Correa tried and failed.

        Unfortunately, the US base is back on the Island of San Cristobal, Galapagos.

        IMF runs the country.

        There are no jobs, especially now, and fewer in the future.

        Ecuadorian leaders hate tourism, they want to see the country remain an extractionist country.

    • alexandre says:

      Yes, “Banking will be done through mobile phones or not at all.” which means we would have to go back to the middle-ages, not only throw our phones away. No money, no electricity etc. Everything is tied together and we’re in the spider’s web. The world wide web that everyone welcomed so happily with the technology that everyone loved so profoundly.

      Sorry, I’m tripping.

    • CQ says:

      weilunion, you write “no cell phone, no access to banks,” but I access my bank accounts via my desktop at home, since my cell is flip, not smart. Did you mean to say “no internet, no access to banks”? If not, what am I missing, please?

      • weilunion says:

        I will use my situation.

        A bank I use, major, is in the US.

        They tell me that I can go many places in the world, transfer monies,etc.

        However, I have no US phone.

        So when they want you to go to the third security level, say due to bank transfer, they write or call and ask you to please give them the code they sent on your cell phone to enter into the field, the bank requires, to allow you to proceed.

        No phone, no transfers, no use.

        This is what I mean and it is all an attempt to go cashless and force people to use their phones for location purposes and more.

        If you are in the US, you might not have this problem.

        • CQ says:

          Ah, yes, now I fully understand, weilunion. For traveling purposes! Thanks for that explanation.

          It’s fortunate I don’t intend to travel for quite some time after September 30, 2020. Or, shall I say: I am purposely avoiding traveling as of 10/1/2020 — the day the national ID goes into effect. I hope to hold out as long as possible (until my state driver’s license expires two years later) before “they” can put a gold star on my ID. By then, who knows: Will “they” also say I can no longer travel anywhere on any form of public transportation (or even private!) without being shot up with all manner of who-knows-what?

          Speaking of vaccinations, Kristina Borjesson, one of the hosts of Whistleblower Newsroom, recently interviewed the courageous South Dakota representative who tried (though he failed in this go-round) to implement a “medical freedom” bill in his state’s legislature:

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Adding to Weilunion’s BANK-phone TEXT/Voice verification…

          On my computer, if I use a different browser or sometimes when my cookies/history are removed, or sometimes when I reboot…
          ~ my bank
          ~ my brokerage account
          ~ my credit card accounts
          and gawd-knows-what will go to the third security level which Weilunion mentions.
          They ask you to please give them the code they sent on your cell phone to enter into the field.

          Sometimes, there is an option to opt for my email address instead of the phone.
          I rarely use that, because sometimes their email doesn’t show up in a timely manner.

          And I will tell ya this… it is a much simpler method of verification than buying Bitcoin back around 2015.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Buying Bitcoin back then

            …Dang! I was up all night, learning about Bitcoin and then trying to buy some.

            It was a struggle back then, having to send photos of myself holding a piece of paper with the date,
            along with my checkbook
            and drivers license
            to some guy who I think was in Russia or eastern Europe.

            The bitcoin seller was very cautious and there was a lot of back-n-forth emailing and verification.
            I was very hesitant about putting my personal info out there, but gambled that it would be copacetic.

            I think one Bitcoin was around $350 back then. I spent about $200, paying the guy a premium price for the bitcoin….

          • weilunion says:

            Most major banks are no longer doing the e-mail verification. Cell phone and cell phone only and it must be a US cell phone.

            Today, two more major bank branches closed in my city.

            It is an “everyone get on your phone, or really computer, and get with the social distancing and embracing alienation thing.”

            For sheeple trained on computers,they see no problem. For those of us who are not and do not wish these devices we will be left to hang out in Old School. Never graduating.

            Slowly the garrot tightens around cash.

            Cell phones as instruments of payment, will become the new normal.

            And they will surely be used in the medical military war on citizens.

  9. manbearpig says:

    the prison of the precautionary principle gone viral

    Thought this article in Wired was kind of interesting and as I’m in kind of a time vacuum I’ll just point out that the link is at the bottom of the Corbett Coronavirus climate change comments page:

    “…must be put in place before any of the experts’ doomsday warnings could ever be proved true…”

    Gilad Edelman

    03.25.2020 02:59 PM

    “The Analogy Between Covid-19 and Climate Change Is Eerily Precise
    First deny the problem, then say the solution is too expensive? The playbook here is all too familiar…

    Trump laid out a new approach by presidential tweet:


    (Funny, isn’t that what Good Ol’ Boylsonaro said too??)

    “The parallel to climate change, in other words, was even tighter than I realized…

    …Now we’re faced with the threat of another global catastrophe arising from the clash of nature and modern human activity. As with climate change, the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic are difficult to predict with confidence. As with climate change, the uncertainty interval encompasses utter cataclysm. As with climate change, any serious effort to mitigate or stave off this disaster will require major economic disruptions. And, as with climate change, such efforts to save the world must be put in place before any of the experts’ doomsday warnings could ever be proved true…”

    • alexandre says:

      If I hear “Bolsonaro” once more I’ll lose it! Now they’re flipping out with his talk of isolating older than 60 and “let’s go back to work”. I’d rather be in an airplane crash. Into the ocean. Surviving and then being eaten by sharks. At night. 8PM.

  10. James is putting out quality content on current events so quickly that I’m convinced he created the content years ago and had it sitting on his drive, just waiting for the opportunity to post it!

    Seriously though, thank you again James for working so hard. Incredibly helpful and flat-out inspiring.

    Also, everybody keep in mind that flip phones can be tracked too.
    You should seriously consider going back to carrying no phone at all, despite the drawbacks.
    Or keep the phone in a Faraday container (cookie tin seems to work fine) and take it out only when you absolutely must, or at specific times agreed upon with your loved ones.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      AnimalsArentFood says:
      James is putting out quality content on current events so quickly that I’m convinced he created the content years ago and had it sitting on his drive, just waiting for the opportunity to post it!

      Love the humor AnimalsArentFood.

    • alexandre says:

      Ahaaaaa. James caused the coronavirus so he could put out all his previously written content and get new corbeteers. I knew it!

      Yes, phones away, into the bin. Or into the ocean. At night.

      (A good movement would be millions of people throwing their phones into government buildings across the world. Probably there would be just 4. It’s like telling addicts to throw away their heroin. Or telling me to throw away my tobacco. Not a chance).

    • pearl says:

      I have one of those faraday pouches for my pitiful flip phone about 5 years or so, a good quality one my husband picked out saying it was law enforcement quality. Last summer, my phone tucked deep inside still rang!! The cookie tin is a great idea. I’ll do a test.

      • CQ says:

        pearl, any chance you could give us the brand name of that pouch?

        • pearl says:

          Glad you asked, CQ, because it prompted me to run a test to make sure:

          Turns out that if the bag is open even slightly, the signal reaches the phone, but if it’s sealed, it doesn’t ring.

          Knowing me and my loathing for the obnoxiously effective velcro seal which requires an Iron man to rip into the bag each and every time, I must’ve had it open. And given the generously roomy dimensions of the bag (8in x 8 ½in), I wrongly assumed my 4in x 1 ½in phone would be invisible without having to seal the damn thing, but not so!

          So, false alarm. My EDEC “Blackhole” bag still works after 5 or so years:

          • CQ says:

            pearl, your description of ripping the bag open with iron man muscles makes me laugh. The funny thing is, it seems useless to carry a phone in it, because the whole purpose of the phone is to use it. So, say you took it in the unopened pouch on a car trip (not flying, ‘cuz you wouldn’t want the TSA to open it and ruin your secrecy!) and you safely reach your destination. Upon arrival, you open the bag to check messages and to text or call and, voila, your new location, which you wanted to keep private, is instantly picked up by Big Brother’s closest tower. They’ve “got” you, no matter what, huh?

            Given my last reply to weilunion about not traveling by air after 9/30/20, plus my desire to keep even my location in town my own business, I think I just won’t be available to talk to anyone or message anyone unless I’m AT HOME.

            Hey, might as well toss the cell and reinstall a landline, huh? (Thinking thinking . . .)

            Anyway, thanks for the link and the laughs, pearl. I appreciate that you redid the experiment, though I’m sure neither of us is happy to see that it failed.

            • pearl says:

              To your first paragraph, I know! But that was waaay back when such a display of cognitive dissonance was just that, no big deal. Today, it’s a whole new world.

              • CQ says:

                Duh, pearl, I realized after our conversation that the original purpose of a Faraday box (or cage) was to block electromagnetic fields — so the user won’t get radiated. Now, in this “whole new world” we live in, the secondary (or perhaps even primary) purpose of the box is to avoid having one’s location detected. Am I on the right track?

                Duck (comment below), thanks. I watched a little of the video you helpfully provided and must admit it’s too techie for me.

      • Duck says: Faraday box
        You should have a couple of layers I would think, but his worked OK

    • CQ says:

      AnimalsArentFood writes: “Also, everybody keep in mind that flip phones can be tracked, too.” I thought as much! Tried to tell that to my neighbor when I showed up at her door yesterday offering to take their dog for a walk. I explained that I hadn’t brought my phone with me because I didn’t want to be tracked any more. It’s actually a relief to traipse around without it!

      Say, AAF, in the current PRS false flag [for newbies, “PRS” stands for “Problem-Reaction-Solution, and you can do a search for it on Corbett’s site], have you ever thought that you’d like to donate all your savings (if you have any) to an animal sanctuary of your choice before the banksters have a chance to steal it from under your nose? I have. 🙁 I figure the innocent sanctuary residents have already suffered enough before they were rescued, and they deserve to stay alive, if not thrive, for the rest of their natural lives.

      The sanctuary I help out the most is the Center for Great Apes in Wauchula, FL. Michael Jackson’s Bubbles lives there, as does the chimpanzee Sandra, whom an Argentine judge deemed to be legally a nonhuman “person,” allowing her to be released from her miserable solitary existence in a zoo. She’s making her first friends now, slowly but surely–at her own pace.

      I know not everyone on this website agrees with that court decision, but we all have unique ways of expressing our human “personhood” (our humanity), and we gratefully agree and support one another on so many other “truth” subjects.

      • I have very little savings.
        Nearly all of my earnings go towards helping non-human animals. Either abandoned & stray animals or animal rights/protection organizations that I trust (because I’ve worked with them directly).
        I nearly live like a hobo as a result.
        The savings that I do have are for the completion of moving off-grid to a fair sized piece of property (with the rescued animals).
        I was in the process of doing so when this virus sham started.

        Your comment made me really happy.
        I’ve thought about Bubbles on multiple occasions and it’s good to hear he’s still alive and there was a happy ending for him.
        I remember the orang, Sandra, and the Judge’s awesome decision and am glad to hear a good update about her.
        Thank you for being such a good person and helping those animals & considering giving your savings up for them, and for telling me about it.

        Stay safe friend

        • CQ says:

          Warm wishes back to you, AAF. Your description of the way you live reminds me of quite a few animal rescuers in eastern Europe who have devoted their entire lives to giving stray dogs and cats food and shelter and, most importantly, love. One can donate to them via the US-based intermediary Harmony Fund, whose founder does due diligence on each to make sure they are truly using donors’ money for their stated purposes.

          (BTW, I could’ve sworn you didn’t have a link to your name before, but now a click on AnimalsArentFood takes one to Mercy for Animals — a worthy charity, indeed. If you have participated in MFA’s underground investigations, AAF, well, I give my sincere props to you. That’s scary and sad stuff.)

          Let us know when you’ve completed your move off the grid to that property with your four-legged friends — or would that be two-legged-with-feathers friends? 🙂 Your noble purpose of protecting them (and yourself) must not be thwarted by “them” and their “plandemics.”

          • I’ve seen one of the Eastern European guys you’re talking about and I’ve heard of Harmony Fund. I’ll remember to look into them more at some point to see if I should add them to my list of orgs that I recommend to others.

            The username has been hyperlinked for quite a while.

            I’ve done a lot of different things for MFA but I could never do one of the investigations. I have good self control when it comes to most things but not when it comes to someone physically hurting the innocent & defenseless in front of me. I literally wouldn’t be able to stop myself from intervening.

            I’ll be sure to mention when I finally make it off-grid with the four-legged friends. Mostly cats, as dictated by the massive cat overpopulation problem (a problem more massive than most people are aware of, or can even fathom).

            I’m going to be using that term (plandemic) often. It’s perfect.

            Thanks again 🙂

            • CQ says:

              Just so you know, AAF, I didn’t come up with “plandemic”; some genius did, so I borrowed it.

              Like you, I don’t have the nerves of steel that it takes to endure being part of an in-the-dark investigation. Plus, knowing that the trespassers documenting evidence of cruelty sometimes take a few of the worst-off animals with them as they’re exiting the premises, I’d be forever haunted envisioning all the poor ones I’d had to leave behind. 🙁

  11. Ukdavec says:

    Sobering analysis here.

    Workers are suffering even before mass layoffs begin. A crippling collapse in consumer spending is coming.

    Most gig and hourly workers are walking a financial tightrope. They will not be able to afford even a short-term hit to their earnings.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      …As economist Dave Rosenberg pointed out recently,
      roughly 40 million people in the U.S. — one-third of the private sector labor force —
      work in industries directly affected by coronavirus: retail, entertainment, events, sports, theme parks, conferences, travel, tourism, restaurants, and energy…

      …However, it is the fortunes of the (Gig) workers that may never show up in unemployment data that could prove most consequential…
      …A housing crisis is coming as gig and hourly worker wages evaporate…
      …in much of the country, many of those renters were already “cost burdened” or “severely cost-burdened”, meaning they pay anywhere from 30% to greater than 50% of their income on housing:
      Unpaid rent will eventually lead to landlord defaults…
      …This is the first real crisis of the gig-economy era. The fallout will be wide reaching….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The “Go Figure?” Economy
      U.S. Markets for Thursday – March 26th

      ~~ Historic Record Number of Jobless Claims Reaches 3.28 million!
      ~~ Stocks Surge Higher again! – S&P 500 clinched its third straight day of gains

      Yahoo Finance Market Wrap

      This is so nutty!
      Millions of people are losing their jobs in record numbers, companies and businesses are closing, production has virtually fallen to a baby crawl.
      The rising stock price value of corporate America pretends there will be sunshine ahead.

    • weilunion says:

      This is just the beginning. The Gig Economy, another corporate constructed phraseology to cover up for failing capitalism, means precarious work.

      and with debt, credit card over 1.5 billion, student loan over 1.5 billion, young people simply do not have the money to consume.

      They cannot start familes, buy homes,etc.

      That is what extended credit is for.

      So, if you think demand is down now, just wait.

      • Duck says:

        ‘…hraseology to cover up for failing capitalism..’
        Capitalism was not failing- corperate capitaism (Aka fascism or comunism) was failing

        • weilunion says:

          Corporate capitalism is Communism.

          That’s news.

          Differentiating capitalism, in its stages over the last 400 years is itself important.

          Capitalism did not start with corporations.

          So,saying ‘corporate capitalism’ is an attempt to distinguish one capitalism, I imagine, from another.

          The problem, whether one uses crony capitalism,corporate capitalism, etc. it is still capitalism.

          What distintugihses captitalism in its economic and social stages is its concentration of wealth.

          With the birth of the transnational corporation, the global capitalist disorder, a highly concentrated network of enterprises, companies, the State, syndicate etc.took over.

          Capitalism is all about concentrated wealth and has never been about anything else. Competition is recklessly pimped to asssure concentratd wealth.

          No, it aint gangster capitalism, but ruthless state capitalism which as Mussolini knew well, is politically fascist.

          There will always be that mythical past, when capitalism was chocolate fountains and gold rivers.

          Never happened.

          It’s all in ones’mind.

          Capitalism is wage slavery to an upper, ruling class.

          Take a look around and see how as a model for productive and reproductive life it is working.

          Grim, right.

          work for food, die for oil

  12. Noahsark723 says:

    A Real Solution —> Forget weening!!!

    First Step:
    Get rid of your cell phone –>
    Cancel cell phone plan – let them know you are not paying for it and refuse it even if they offer it for free because of the economic situation.

    And then get a land line and learn to live with it. The cell phone is a big tool that they are using as a stepping stone to bring this agenda in.

    A cell phone exodus would cause the shitheads to have to rework their plan and give us more time – we are at war here and you all better act accordinglly!

    Right now is the psy-op phase – you better get engaged in it. The starvation phase is going to kick in soon – there is where you are going to see who is who around you.

    The race is not for the fittest – but for those who can endure until the “end”

    The real way to fight at this point is about not doing – it is really about what you do not do more importantly than what you do that is important.

    Please get involved or be led astray by the cellular death tone…

    …And Justice for All

    Bullet in the Head

    • weilunion says:

      AS I wrote above. Cell phones and banks are connected.

      You say:

      First Step:
      Get rid of your cell phone –>
      Cancel cell phone plan – let them know you are not paying for it and refuse it even if they offer it for free because of the economic situation.

      If I do that then how can I bank? Can’t. Soon cellphones will be the cash registers they always have been, but in force.

      They will be wallets to use to live and pay.

      Guess I could buy bitcoins, gold, silver all to the snake seller’s desires. Or maybe just dig a hole?

      And for those on SS who get direct deposit what do you tell them when they are screened through cell phones? No money for you have no cell phone.

      The permanency and cohabitation of the technology the ruling class owns assures that without just withdrawing from the system, everyday life is implicated in the new technological fascism.

      Even those who think they have opted out.

      Work for food, die for oil.

      • Noahsark723 says:


        I never had a cell phone because I knew what they were from the beginning and I am never going to get one – I don’t care what the shitheads(so called elites) do or what anyone else does.

        If you keep using it then as you can see you will be corralled into the pen they are building around the whole globe.

        You can do all of your banking on-line on a desktop or laptop or what ever computer you have.

        Now I do on-line banking and when they ask for a cell phone I just don’t give them one cause I don’t have one. If you look there are work arounds if you want to look – they will put the cell phone option up front because that is where they are trapping your attention to. If you can’t find the non cell phone option because it is buried on the site or it is not even there; then call the bank and tell them what the situation is. If there is no other option tell them you are taking your money and going to another bank.

        The bank you are using is not the only bank in the world at least at this point in time or seemingly so – one bank to rule them all – you know. But you understand what I am saying I’m sure.

        Where there is a will there is a way – seek and you shall find – make your choice as you see fit. I for one would rather die and starve then live in their new world order. My soul goes unto eternity as so does yours and everyone else’s – I am not going to mar my soul for the sake of so called earthly comforts and fear of this or that. So here is to eternal life and death to the wicked!!!

        The question is at what point does this turn around? Only with us – there is no savoir coming to save us – we all have to take responsibility here and do what we can do to turn the table on this bullshit.

        Withdrawing from the system is the solution. The only way to win at this “game” is not to play.

        • weilunion says:

          I am sorry. But you missed the jist. I have no cell phone, never had and never will have.

          I am describing the capitalist reality of technology and banking both in the ‘third world’ and the ‘fourth’ — the US.

          • Noahsark723 says:

            No problem – i tend to take things literally alot of the time.

            When you wrote, “If I do that then how can I bank? Can’t. Soon cellphones will be the cash registers they always have been, but in force.”

            I thought you were speaking from first person as yourself instead hypothetical third person.

  13. ben.r says:

    Thanks to both of you for looking for the truth in a sea of lies.
    You put your finger on it – many people are isolated and looking for a sense of online community.
    Also, as you put it, why not think of giving up your smartphone?
    Except for mobile people who require mobile communication for work, why not use a fixed line?
    Also, fiber optic can be used instead of 5G.
    If what we are seeing is a covert operation, then what is the end game?
    What is the objective or objectives?
    Ok, NWO, centralized global control, a UN with teeth, but how to resist beyond looking for the truth?

  14. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Bookie Bets Forecast

    I will lay 2 to 1 odds that we will see a climb in birthrates starting December 2020.

  15. alexandre says:

    It’s a dumb question and I’ll get many eggs thrown at me, but I just want to clearly get it. When you turn off your “mobile data”, “location” etc on your phone, it still tracks you (and records audio, video and everything else), right? Is there a way to test this to see if this is really so?

    I said it was a dumb question.

    • mik says:

      “…still tracks you (and records audio, video and everything else)”

      Records everything, most probably no, that would be drain of battery.


      Even if you have dumb mobile phone, operator, hence authorities (nowadays known as mf), know to which cell tower you are connected and distance from it. This data is logged. This is unavoidable unless you take battery out. Just turning off might not protect you.

      Smart phones send gps location even if you turn all options in software off. Even if smartphone is idle and not moving, android will send location few ten times a day to google, ios will send location once a day to apple. (I watched hackers lecture and didn’t bookmark, no source).
      Smartphones are computers and they are hackable.

      Trustworthy open source smart phone is in progress, maybe finished.

    • thomas.j says:

      They can still track you as you connect and disconnect from nearby cell towers.

      I usually don’t go out with my cellphone. I think if somebody want to contact me they can wait until I get back.

      I only accidentally brought my phone and Google Maps sent me a notification when I got back and asked me to rate the shop I visited!

  16. manbearpig says:

    sorry if this was already posted (so much material here on the comments boards to go through!):

    “25 March 2020 / 23:32 / one day ago
    Coronavirus: Eight European operators ready to share their data
    Reuters Staff

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Orange, Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom and five other telecoms operators have agreed to share their mobile phone geolocation data with the European Commission in an attempt to curb the spread of the coronavirus epidemic, the GSM Association, which groups the major operators, announced Wednesday.

    These companies, which also include Telefonica, Telecom Italia, Telenor, Telia, and A1 Telekom Austria, met on Monday with European Commissioner for the Internal Market and Digital Agenda Thierry Breton.

    The Commission will aggregate these geolocation data in order to coordinate measures to stem the spread of the virus, explained an EU official.

    The data will be destroyed once the health crisis has been overcome, he assured, in order to address concerns about possible breaches of privacy.

    The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) has stated that this project does not a priori infringe privacy rules as long as safeguards are established.

    “The Commission will have to clearly define the set of data it wishes to obtain and ensure transparency vis-à-vis the public, in order to avoid any misunderstanding,” the EDPS said in a letter to the EU executive that Reuters has been able to consult.

    “It would also be preferable to limit access to these data to authorised experts in spatial epidemiology, data protection and scientific data,” said EDPS Director Wojciech Wiewiorowski.

    However, the Polish lawyer warned against the possibility of such measures becoming permanent.

    “I want to stress that such a solution must be considered extraordinary,” he said.

    This strategy is already being implemented or is in the process of being implemented in South Korea, Russia and Israel, to the dismay of its critics who denounce an infringement of individual freedoms.”

    Foo Yun Chee, French version Jean-Stéphane Brosse

  17. manbearpig says:

    “With other countries, we are preparing a new important initiative for the coming days,” the head of state announced in a message published in French and then in English on Twitter.”

    Uh oh. Turnin’ the heat up on us frogs:

    27 March 2020 / 06:54 / 44 minutes ago
    Coronavirus: Macron said he spoke with Trump about an “important initiative”
    Reuters Staff

    (Reuters) – Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday night that he spoke with his American counterpart Donald Trump about the coronavirus crisis.

    “With other countries, we are preparing a new important initiative for the coming days,” the head of state announced in a message published in French and then in English on Twitter.

    The White House said that the two leaders had agreed in a telephone interview on the importance of cooperation within the G20 and other groups to help international organisations “rapidly eliminate the pandemic and minimise its economic impact”.

    The leaders of the G20 countries on Thursday affirmed their determination to form a united front against the coronavirus and will inject $5 trillion (€4.55 trillion) to try to stem the epidemic, which raises the spectre of a recession.”

    Jean Terzian, with David Lawder in Washington

  18. manbearpig says:

    And No Babies! 😎 straight from MIT

    ok ok. oK! You should at least get a kick outa this one:

    Stockpiling…sex toys?

    Succulent sextracts from:

    “How coronavirus is transforming online dating and sex
    Quarantines and lockdowns are forcing us to relearn how to date—

    and figure out how to have sex without touching.

    by Tanya Basu
    Mar 26, 2020

    …The rules are simple: Make a fake email address and tell the creators the business school you attend, your sexual orientation, and your gender identification. The creators randomize that information and set up a match, introducing a pair to each other for email correspondence via the fake address; after a week, texting or video is permitted….

    …Coronavirus is also upending what we thought were the ground rules of dating in the digital age. Pre-coronavirus, texting someone to set up a date was fine, but calling a person, let alone video-chatting before a date, was tiptoeing toward creepy.

    Not anymore. By the end of February, JWed, a Jewish dating app, was an early adopter of in-app video chat. Bumble pushed its video chat and voice features, allowing users to talk to a date without breaking shelter-in-place mandates. Representatives at JWed told me that while these features had already been in development, the coronavirus crisis sped up implementation….


    Many sex toys are made in China, which meant the supply chain was badly hit.

    …demand remains high. Once the first patients started getting sick with coronavirus in the US, Unbound Babes raced to fill orders for vibrators and multipacks of condoms, which were up 30% the first week of March and then another 40% the second week. “This is usually our slowest time of year,” she says. “People are stockpiling and anticipating this will take a while.”

    good forepla, Foresight!

    “Still, Lehmiller says that the pandemic and quarantine orders will lead to very different relationship rules. And that goes for dating apps, too. “The one thing I’m certain about is that the longer this prolongs, the longer this will be a permanent shift,” Kang says. “People want to virtually connect.””

    soma soma soma sex Huxley’s heaving in his grave…

    • mik says:

      Barneys would be delighted

      what a rubbish, stockpiling sex toys, must have lard instead of brain to believe

      The pandemic will “set the stage for the sex tech revolution we’ve been all anticipating to take place sooner than we thought,” says Lehmiller (research fellow at the Kinsey Institute, yea, expert in field).

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Demand for sex toys – China supply chains cut.

      I wonder if there was some price gouging by vendors.
      Amazon has kicked 3,900 sellers off its platform for price gouging during the coronavirus crisis

      – Interactive Dating and Sex –

      I guess we will see the behaviors of society change.

      After the ‘free sex’ of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, sexual attitudes changed with the advent of AIDS coming on the scene.

      • mik says:

        I don’t understand this ‘price gouging’ idea?

        In free-market economy, capitalism, however you want to name it, formation of prices is in domain of economic subjects, sellers and buyers.
        I’ve never heard about real estate price gouging, interesting.

        Yea, we are going to the era of no-exchange-fluids-sex, yea, orgasmatrons will be subsidized if not for free.

  19. robert.t says:

    Did you know the big CV can just lurk in you while you feel perfectly well?

    Did you know it mostly affects old people at winter’s end, just like a common flu, and many young people just get over it?

    Did you know it can kill a healthy, strapping man in a day, which means you can forget what I just wrote above because there is very little safety?

    Did you know you can recover completely, only to catch it again, which means there is NO safety, despite me just saying there is very little safety?

    Did you know that when someone drops limp in the street from the effects of the Big CV his arms suddenly go forward to stop his fall with the flat of his hands? Not many viruses are that violent and considerate at the same time.

    Did you know (in the only other news apart from some obscure warfare, economic collapses and freedom grabs) that there are some exciting Netflix releases coming up?

    And did you know that this pandemic is a gigantic hoax and that here at Corbett is one of the few places on earth I can still feel free to say that?

    • De Clarke says:

      How dare you spreading such false information.

      You are bad shit crazy conspiracy theorist !!:)

      On the serious note you are absolutely right with Corbett being one of the few places where you can free to say that.

      I was shocked what witnessed today on my way to town. As Government is forcing 2 meter social distancing rules people are cuing in front of the shops. I saw pharmacist wearing plastic shield covering his face looking like some fucking robocop.

      … and apparently our ‘beloved’ Prime Minister has been positively tested fro Covid-19 (and people are like ‘we all should feel sad for him, he is doing such a excellent job, in the mean time over 500.000 people applied for Universal Credit (controversial benefit for someone looking for job), first massive layoffs are taking place in the country, and people are begging for longer lockdowns.

      • robert.t says:

        Oh, don’t mind me. It’s the bat-gizzard soup. I doubt everything.

        I doubted that masses of frantic humans can be turned instantly to lifeless piles of silicon dummies when popped at by an Aussie with a thick kiwi accent (whose CGI’d head doesn’t fit his torso). I thought the London Bridge stabber who rose from the dead had never actually died. I even doubted Elon’s Upholstery in Space.

        No more bat-gizzards for me!

        • alexandre says:

          Aha, but do you carry a smart-phone, Robert?


          Agree with everything, specially with here being the only place you can say anything. I must confess that, in the tiny town I live in, the response from the local people is usually surprisingly rational. They listen, think for a while and go “yeah, that sounds about right”. People from the big city (invaders from outer space, I call them) is the exact opposite and I just decided to stop talking to them about this scam. They are truly zombiefied beyond any hope. They get aroused by news that confirm the growing danger of the pandemic.

  20. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Zero Hedge
    March 27, 2020

    Article with VIDEOS
    Phone Tracking applications visualize where Spring Breakers traveled

    …In case you were wondering how far these spring break ‘covidiots’ traveled for their ill-advised debauchery data visualization company Tectonix used cell phone location data collected by company X-Mode to map out the travels of thousands of spring breakers, using special geo-spatial big-data analysis software.

    The data – provided by cell phone companies in near real-time, was anonymized.


  21. manbearpig says:

    Thought this was an interesting way of looking at things:

    “The Coved-19 death rate in Italy is 18.7 times as high as in neighbouring Austria according to Johns Hopkins University and WHO. (26.March 2020)

    This sobering fact alone dispels any meaningful mono-causal theory about the pandemic, meaning: a virus cannot be the single or the dominant cause of the pandemic.

    – Are Italian hospitals 18.7 times worse and underfunded than Austrian ones? No

    – Doctors 18.7 times more incompetent? No

    – Italians citizens 18.7 times more genetically susceptible? No

    – Did Austria take better precautions?

    No. The borders were open until mid March, so it has nothing to do with isolation policies. Further, the vast majority of Italian cases are from the Po Valley, north Italy, close to the Austrian Border.

    – Is the population’s age much higher?

    No The median age in Italy is 45.5; the median age in Austria is 44.0

    In short, there is much more going on here than a virus. Accompanying factors must be primarily responsible for Covid-19 fatalities.

    Now the global police state has been implemented, half of all Europeans are loosing their jobs, savings and in many cases apartments, and all western currencies are undergoing historical inflation. All production has been put under wartime- economy regulations, where only essential goods are allowed to be produced.

    Possible co- contributors to Corona virus fatality rate have been discussed on this site:

    – Extreme Nitrogen Dioxide pollutionin North Italy just before and during the beginning of the North Italy crisis.

    Nitrogen Dioxide Europe 2020
    Nitrogen Dioxide Europe 2020 and coronavirus. in Italy

    – Throughout the years, the rate of infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria is 5,5 times higher in Italy than in Austria or Germany.

    – Death count discrepancies: Angello Borrelli, leader of the Italian Civil Protection Agency said: “We are counting all deaths as Corona deaths. We don’t differentiate between patients with a Corona- infection who died and those patients who die BECAUSE of the Corona Virus.”

    However, this is now the standard for all western countries, so it should no longer contribute to the difference in death rates .

    – Italian Patients with respiratory illnesses are no longer resuscitated in case of heart failure.

    – Italy coronavirus: Italy is no longer intubating patients over 60. The vast majority of patients is over 60, they are left to die.”

    • cu.h.j says:

      manbearpig, that’s very interesting info, thanks for posting. I’m not a mathematician or anything but wouldn’t the tests for the virus still need to be accurate to come to these conclusions? Wouldn’t the entire population need to be tested with an accurate test to obtain an accurate mortality rate?

      But I see that such a variance shows that there must be different contributing factors that need to be studied prior to the determinations of the lethality of the virus. That is my interpretation anyway. Again, thanks for posting.

    • De Clarke says:

      Thank you so much for this.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I thought this fact was interesting…
      Extreme Nitrogen Dioxide NO2 pollution in North Italy just before and during the beginning of the North Italy crisis.

      “Nitrogen dioxide is sparingly soluble in water and on inhalation, it diffuses into the lung and slowly hydrolyzes to nitrous and nitric acid which causes pulmonary edema and pneumonitis leading to the inflammation of the bronchioles and pulmonary alveolus resulting from lipid peroxidation and oxidative stress.” (Wiki)

      In short,
      a person is prone to lung problems like pneumonia.
      And with the Coronavirus, the lung problems are the big killer.

    • alexandre says:

      Sleight of hand. Tricksters. Magicians.
      This was composed by tricksters, so however you look at it, as long as you are in panic, “the statistics speak for themselves”.
      We’re in the hands of Voodoo masters. No one is listening.
      I translated Corbett’s stuff, sent it to friends, along with other info and links. One of them sent me an email today. “What you sent made me feel better. Still, I fee guilty going outside, guilty of catching this disease”.
      Can you dig that? GUILTY.
      “Did you read what I sent you?” – I asked, foolishly.
      He said: “Yes”.
      Tricksters. Magicians. Voodoo masters. Shamans, swindlers and mathematicians.

  22. Noahsark723 says:

    Here is a link to Jordan Maxwell talking about the symbolism of the “corona” virus on Rense:

    Interesting and insightful as always…

  23. De Clarke says:

    I went to local Lidl (big grocery chain in UK) to get few things.

    Suddenly, just behind me two people begin argue about 2 meter social distancing space. So I am trying to explain to them that this rule is nonsense when one of them (guy with serious anger issues) starts shouting on me!

    Literally, I thought he will go full violent defcon 10!!!

    Jesus, I wish them nothing more than livelong diarrhoea.

    • CQ says:


      Question: Are employees who work in the same location supposed to keep the proscribed distance from one another? I wasn’t sure when I saw three nurses from a neighborhood clinic walking practically arm in arm during the lunch hour. So, just to encourage them to keep up the close proximity, I smiled and said it was great to see them NOT walking six feet apart. They were shocked into silence but returned shy smiles.

      • De Clarke says:

        No, obviously they have not !:) Total bullshit !!!

        I have actually saw pharmacist looking like police in full PPE equipment !

        Interestingly, one nurse has told me that she believes this is some kind of exercise in mass control. Clever girl!

        ‘ FUCK ‘EM up against the wall, with handcuffs on and crazy glue on their lips!’

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      “I wish you to have Life Long Diarrhea!”
      I’ll remember that phrase if I get really hot and want to cuss someone out.
      Good bar talk.
      Texans will love it, and even crack a grin, if they are being cursed at.

      • CQ says:

        Good ole HRS.

        Speaking of Texans, has anyone on this thread (or any other) mentioned Bob Dylan’s newly released 17-minute “rap-like” song about JFK’s murder?

        I wasn’t paying close enough attention to the lyrics, so I was glad I read this comment from someone YouTube-named Esoterica33:

        WHOA….. “Seen it 33 times, maybe more…Killed him like a human sacrifice”

        Bob Knows


        The person who shared this link with me said he’d love to get Dylan to do a 9/11 Truth song. Whaddya think of that idea?

        Oh, hey, HRS, I see in the show notes that Dylan’s supposed to perform in Irving, Texas, on June 26th. That’s pretty close to Dallas, right? I trust the all-clear-of-corona signal will have been given long before then . . . . Or do I?

  24. manbearpig says:

    Here’s Caitlin Johnstone’s solution to the contrived crisis:

    Pay People A Living Wage To Stay Home

    “…Suspend as many bills for citizens as possible for a few months, and create millions of government jobs with the job description reading something like “Employee will stay inside place of residence during employment, with the following exceptions X, Y and Z.”

    Just like any other job one’s employment is not mandatory, but you’ve got to do what your job description says or you don’t get paid.

    Rather than consent to smartphone surveillance or carrying a monitor, compliance can simply be monitored by police; being found out risking infection after signing up for the job means you’ve violated the conditions of employment and lose a certain amount of pay. Not a fine, but docked pay from your employer.

    Keep critical infrastructure jobs like hospital staff, farm staff, grocery store staff etc open during this time, and pay those employees extra, maybe their normal wage plus the living wage going to everyone else. Also add more jobs producing PPE and medical equipment and building houses. Anyone who wants to work at these jobs is free to do so, anyone who wants a free paid vacation is free to do so. No crushing authoritarianism, the important stuff stays operational, people catch up on their reading lists, and grandma gets to live.

    This would be a good opportunity to redistribute wealth to create a more equitable world than the one where a plutocratic class can just buy up entire governments and media organizations, and to expose just how much abundance has been cut off from ordinary people while they scrape and slave to make ends meet. It would also be an opportunity for the working poor to get a paid vacation in places like America where such things often don’t otherwise happen.

    Everyone needs a break anyway. The world is getting crazier and crazier and many people would benefit from a good long breather to get their psychological legs underneath them. We all need a nap.

    This is totally doable, but instead we’re hearing groups like the Republican Party saying it would be better for a few million older Americans to die than for the economy to take a hit by people not showing up for work.

    Instead of playing the beggar and trying to negotiate a compromise with that insane position (“Maybe we can at least find a way for fewer people to die?”), citizens can demand an actual non-psychopathic solution to our dilemma that actually makes sense…”

  25. Chapati says:

    Hi CR Community
    Maybe someone can help shine some light on this?
    I havn`t been sure where to position Yuval Harari in this global play.

    Today i thought to see some silver lining. Screening the headlines of our national brainwash media i found the NZZ had printed Yuval Noah Hararis Essay with the subtitle (translated):

    „The measures we are currently introducing in the fight against the corona pandemic will probably continue to shape the world for years to come. Whether home offices or surveillance, entire states are serving as guinea pigs in large-scale social experiments. If we are not careful, the pandemic could become an important landmark in the history of surveillance, as the Israeli universal historian Yuval Noah Harari writes“

    When reading this extract, i first thought „this is positive news“ and after a second i asked my self „wait a minute.. the massmedia is picking up on such critical thoughts about mass surveillance and poking the panic-driven brains of readers with this input? Let me check..“

    Referring to this essay which was published in the financial Times (sorry for this mainstream sorce link)

    After critizising mass surveillance, making a comparision to the KGB and writes;

    „You could, of course, make the case for biometric surveillance as a temporary measure taken during a state of emergency. It would go away once the emergency is over. But temporary measures have a nasty habit of outlasting emergencies, especially as there is always a new emergency lurking on the horizon. My home country of Israel, for example, declared a state of emergency during its 1948 War of Independence, which justified a range of temporary measures from press censorship and land confiscation to special regulations for making pudding (I kid you not)…
    ..Even when infections from coronavirus are down to zero, some data-hungry governments could argue they needed to keep the biometric surveillance systems in place because they fear a second wave of coronavirus, or because there is a new Ebola strain evolving in central Africa, or because . . . you get the idea.“

    he then goes on jumping on the virus-hoax train, pleeing vor a „Global plan“ and critisizing/mocking the current US administration. He ends the essay with;

    „Humanity needs to make a choice. Will we travel down the route of disunity, or will we adopt the path of global solidarity? If we choose disunity, this will not only prolong thecrisis, but will probably result in even worse catastrophes in the future. If we choose global solidarity, it will be a victory not only against the coronavirus, but against all future epidemics and crises that might assail humankind in the 21st century.“

    As JC pointed out with his work on Noam Chomsky

    my tendency is towards catagorizing him as a further academic Gatekeeper?

    • CQ says:

      That’s my tendency, too, based on the quotes you generously provided, Chapati.

      • Chapati says:

        Thank you CQ for your view and kind reply

        It helps. I worry because based on the reactions already in these times, when i bring this up to people arround me (nowadays especially) they could say “he is critizising mass surveillance as you said and now you say his words are to be taken with a grain of salt? You are losing it!”

        but at least i finally know which books to use first as a crude substitute for toilet paper when times get worse. Wonderful, with this insight i will retreat to the bathroom without concerns

  26. thomas.j says:

    In this powerful interview, Spiro Skouras is joined by long time financial expert Gregory Mannarino, to discuss the economic impact of the global health pandemic caused by the Coronavirus.

  27. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Breaking News – China
    People want to go back to work – To hell with the Virus

    2️⃣ Lockdown in Hubei was lifted 2 days ago and people wanted to go back to work in Jiangxi. Jiangxi police would not let them in. People from Hubei got mad.

    2️⃣ Jiangxi police invaded Hubei police jurisdiction, causing fights between the police.

    3️⃣ Riots ensued.

    Lots of videos at link…
    Zero Hedge
    March 27, 2020

    • manbearpig says:

      a minor personal detail but

      so many of our English-learning clients want to resume their classes that I’ll soon be back to work! Maybe as early as Monday!

      via zoom or something like that but


    • flybyknightusa says:

      My heart soars knowing the CR Community is out there. Somewhere. I’m 77 years old and have lived in Chiang Mai, Thailand, for almost a year. I began listening to the Corbett Report at the beginning of 2009, back in the days when the internet was wild and free. I’ve listened/watched every CR episode since the first. I haven’t had a TV in decades, don’t read the corporate press.
      I rarely post to my youtube channel (oneknighterrant) but did three recently beginning March 23rd about my experiences during the runforthehills corona virus broughaha. The last one posted March 26th, put a strain on family ties as no one could understand why I refused to wear a mask.
      If there was a more insidious why to keep people apart than being an asymptomatic carrier of a “deadly” virus, right of the top of my head, can’t think of one. I wouldn’t have believed the reaction from people I thought I knew if I hadn’t seen it.
      In over a half century, I have witnessed anyone who was in a position to influence social change for better, eliminated. Either marginalized/destroyed by the corporate media, or physically removed. So here we are. 2020. The WHO determining the what, where and how.
      My strategy will continue to be: meditation, building a strong immune system, being present, doing what I can when the opportunity presents itself. From what I’ve witnessed so far, it appears I will live the remainder of my life as a character in a Twilight Zone episode.

  28. Ukdavec says:

    Why France is hiding a cheap and tested virus cure

    The French government is arguably helping Big Pharma profit from the Covid-19 pandemic

    Pepe Escobar March 25, 2020

  29. brody says:

    Bill Gates TED Talk – Apr 3, 2015

    “The next outbreak? We’re not ready | Bill Gates”

  30. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The following full interview is well worth watching!!!
    You will know what I mean when you watch it.

    Published March 24, 202 – Tuesday
    Gary Franchi of “Next News Network” interviews Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai
    – Coronavirus and more

    (about 90 minutes)

    GeneralBottleWasher will like seeing this one…he is a Shiva fan.
    Thanks to Hanky for passing this video to me.

  31. joe795 says:

    He’s my idea:

  32. macburns says:

    I had to copy this from a nurse’s group. This is hideous.

    59 mins ·

    My dear friends and colleagues. . I need all your well wishes and prayers or whatever you do. . My abusive ex husband is trying to get a judge to rule to take my children away from me just based on the fact that I am an ER RN through this crisis. The worst part is this is my son’s birthday is tomorrow and he is trying to make it so I dont see him on his Birthday. — feeling heartbroken.

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