Interview 1567 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

07/30/2020104 Comments

Welcome back to 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: Boris Johnson Set to Overhaul Britain’s Treason Laws

Pompeo Lays Out New US Cold War Against China

UK ‘Russia Report’ Fear-Mongers About Meddling Yet Finds No Evidence

Story #2: Gold’s Record Price Is All About Currency Debasement

Never Before Has So Much Stimulus Been Injected In The Economy In A Single Quarter

Gold Futures Hit $2000 After US Mint Reduces Bullion Coin Supplies

Bank of England Governor Signals Central Bank Digital Currency is Coming

Story #3: Coin Shortage – COVID-19 Shutdowns Have Created Shortage of Coins

One Chick-Fil-A Franchise Is Offering Free Food For Your Coins

Seeds from China: USDA Says Don’t Plant Unsolicited Package of Seeds

Ag Warfare? People Receiving Mysterious, Unsolicited Packages Of Seeds In Mail From China

Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein: Can Prosecutors Compel Him to Talk?

‘Anti-Feminist Lawyer’ Identified As Primary Suspect In Shooting At Federal Judge Esther Salas’ Home

Alleged Salas Family Assailant Previously Worked for US/Israeli Intelligence-Linked Firm

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  1. donnaj says:

    You can’t catch a virus, they’re rewriting biology! Viruses are your bodies clean up crew. Only you can give yourself a cold or flu by eating bad, not handling stress and build up of toxins in your body.

    • Fawlty Towers says:

      Thanks for writing about this donna because I was thinking about it just yesterday.
      Even with my science background I am quite open to any new theories about diseases and their causes.

      Do you have any theories as to why our self-induced diseases such as colds/flus etc. always seems to strike painfully at our throats and noses and not some other body part such as say, our foot or leg or finger or arm?

      A theory that makes sense?

      • debra.b says:

        Hi Fawlty Towers,
        I have no science background, nor any studies to show, but I have a theory based upon my own physical health issues. I have a esophageal motility disorder. I can attest that what comes from your gut(bacteria, stomach acid) strikes at your nose and your throat. I suffer sore throat, cough, hoarse throat, dry throat, sneezing, stuffy nose, even chest pain from acid that comes up from my stomach. Reflux is what it is called, but it can be the underlying cause of sore throat and cough, even if one doesn’t feel telltale signs of acid reflux such as heartburn.

        My mom had a cough for months that started last November. She was told it may be a virus/allergies. She took allergy meds, used nasal spray. The cough wasn’t letting up. She was also drinking loads of hot water with lemon. And, it hit me that the lemon juice might be causing acid reflux among other things such as fried foods and we eat slot of pasta with tomato sauce, another very acidic food. I told her to stop the lemon, cut down the tomato and avoid fried food. She did. She switched to honey in the hot water as well for her throat which was sore. It took a few weeks, but her cough finally went away. It will flare up again if she’s not careful of the acidic intake, but I can say that the acid was the culprit.

        As for my own health, my gut bacteria has wreaked havoc ever since I was hit with this esophageal disorder. I have to do far more than my mom. What I have is incurable, but I have had many health issues for years which are also incurable. I am used to dealing with it. It’s not a positive thing, of course, to be in poor health. But, I know my body better than I ever would have. I’ve helped many other people over the years by advising them through my own health challenges. But, taking care to tell anyone I speak with to check with their health specialist first.

        I hope it’s okay that I chimed in, even though I know it’s not exactly what you were asking for. Perhaps, it can serve as a clue at least regarding gut bacteria which I believe cause many of what we experience as virus or flu.

        • Fawlty Towers says:

          Thanks very much debra for going into this much detail for your reply!

          Yes it does actually serve as a possible explanation for what’s causing the symptoms we get in our throats and noses.

          Certainly an explanation I had never thought of before.

          Would that theory also work with stress as a cause?
          We know we often get colds/flu when we are stressed.
          Let’s assume our diet is great, really healthy; no acids etc.

          Why would the colds/flu target our throats/nose in that case (and not some other organ in our body)?

          • debra.b says:

            People don’t often think of the throat as part of the digestive system, but the esophagus connects your throat to your stomach. All of the tests that I’ve had besides endoscopy to diagnose my condition and how it is progressing involved examining what happens while swallowing from normally to excessively.

            The digestive system is at the center or core and stress causes it to react. The stomach acids and gut bacteria get stirred up causing nausea, loss of appetite or excess hunger. In addition, abdominal muscles tighten with stress causing abdominal pain, back pain, headaches, shoulder/neck pain and hinders digestive motility. And, this can continue extending outwards to many other areas of the body, such as the throat, chest, nose, mouth, teeth, the bladder and pelvic floor muscles. I know this not only from managing my health issues, but from years of working with a physical therapist who taught me as she worked. When I was no longer able to afford going to physical therapy I had to continue to do what I could from home.

            Also, the gut contains brain cells which are aggravated by stress. “Butterflies in the stomach” sensation. If I eat after a certain hour at night on a continuous basis, my gut will reset my internal clock causing insomnia and lack of sleep. Stress works both ways in this respect whether causing the excess hunger, hindering being able to fall asleep or stay asleep which often activates appetite.

            I also have a small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. This is caused when bacteria that normally grow in the large parts of the gut grow in the small intestine. The overgrowth feeds on the nutrients that are supposed to go towards nourishing the body causing malnutrition leading to vitamin and mineral deficiency, abnormal weight loss, pain and other digestive symptoms.

            Many other factors of course can contribute to the symptoms I describe, but I don’t doubt that the digestive system remains at the center just as it’s physically positioned to be. I hope this is helpful. 🙂

          • Qno says:

            It’s not a new theory. These are principles some of us invoke in our daily healing work. For instance the lady with MS I treated back in 2007 who had a cold that lasted two months and resolved all her symptoms for the next ten years. The homoeopaths say we need two colds a year, it’s a detox for the brain. A fever is the highest healing process known to man. This has been understood for thousands of years. Hippocrates said ‘bring me fever and I will heal the child’. William Coley did extensive work on provoking fever as a cure for cancer. ‘Viral illnesses’ are not illnesses, they are occasional healing processes that the body undertakes spontaneously, when the conditions are right. They are like leaves falling off trees in autumn. It is not an attack, the blueprint for this is in the tree. The blueprints for colds, flu, fever, diarrhoea, measles, chicken pox etc are inside of us. The ‘virus’ even if it exists, is entirely incidental to the process. At best it communicates to other individuals what is going on, but the individual body chooses whether or not and when to express symptoms.

            The rabbit hole goes much, much deeper than that, once we look at the fraud of Pasteur and the much more intriguing work of his contemporary Antoine Bechamp, and the fascinating phenomenon of pleiomorphism. The take home as far as bacterial illness is concerned is that once again, bacteria, fungi etc are not the cause of disease. They range from opportunists, to actual helpers. We farm bacteria according to our needs and kill them when we are done. This happens in response to toxins.

            The history of disease has always been a rivalry between the toxicologist and the microbe-ists. The virologists, bacteriologists etc always win, because their solutions make money, whereas toxicology solutions cost money.

            Ok, that’s a two-minute snapshot of a massive subject I’ve been studying and working with clinically for nearly many years now.

            And still, it is very hard to get taken seriously.

            • debra.b says:

              “Viral illnesses’ are not illnesses, they are occasional healing processes that the body undertakes spontaneously, when the conditions are right. They are like leaves falling off trees in autumn. It is not an attack, the blueprint for this is in the tree.”

              Qno,
              That’s a brilliant way to describe it. Your two minute snapshot explains very well. A couple of my current doctors are very dismissive. As have many been in the past and those who I encounter for brief periods in the hospital. One of the current doctors I didn’t choose. He took over when the one I chose left. The other became dismissive after a couple years which has happened before. They rise in popularity as does their ego. I would change them if I could, but I can’t. Not at this time anyway.

              You’re absolutely right that what makes money wins.

              Medicare doesn’t cover homeopathic physicians in my state. The insurance company I have does, but not for Medicare patients. I saw a homeopathic physician back in 1996 who diagnosed me with chronic fatigue syndrome and she was great. But, when I returned to her a few years later her practice was co-opted by a large medical group. It was totally different care and she no longer offered what she did previously. Still, I believe I would have fallen ill years earlier if not for her. I can certainly see how difficult it must be for you.

              • Qno says:

                debra.b It doesn’t need to be a homoeopath, just somebody with a vision. Too much reliance on titles and not enough on the qualities of the practitioner, as you may have noticed! Medicare funds what, $275 if you get a full five sessions? Finding the right person will save you more than that in the long run. The clue to whether you have found the right person is that you don’t become dependent on them, and the problem doesn’t seem to keep getting more and more complicated. I hope that helps.

            • Fawlty Towers says:

              Thanks Qno for your information.
              It certainly does sound like a massive subject.
              I wonder if James would be brave enough to take it on? 🙂
              Or has he already?

              • Qno says:

                It’s a bridge too far for most people, I’m afraid. I have seen intelligent, educated folks quicker to believe there are aliens in the White House, than the healing power of the human body. Either way, the medical understanding of disease is based more on superstition than on rational understanding of biology.

            • debra.b says:

              “debra.b It doesn’t need to be a homoeopath, just somebody with a vision. Too much reliance on titles and not enough on the qualities of the practitioner, as you may have noticed! Medicare funds what, $275 if you get a full five sessions? Finding the right person will save you more than that in the long run. The clue to whether you have found the right person is that you don’t become dependent on them, and the problem doesn’t seem to keep getting more and more complicated. I hope that helps.“

              No reply button on this post…..

              My situation, unfortunately is far more complex than the simple solution you’ve sort of boiled it down to here. And, a solution of which I’m painfully aware. Would that I could. Years ago, I painted myself into the darkest corner of a medical governmental trap. I won’t go into further details as to how exactly because there are elements that are far too emotionally painful to think of. I am dependent on an insidious system. And, in ways that were I to move against it, would not only carry consequences for myself, but for my loved ones as well.

              All of the information in which you’ve provided I have found helpful, Qno. And, as I have striven to educate myself as best I can to gain whatever benefits I’m able to employ on my own. As well as to be able to navigate this and advocate for myself as best I can, I sincerely appreciate it now and going forward. Thanks! 🙂

              • Qno says:

                That’s alright, I get there are complexities in these matters, been around the block myself, both professionally and personally, I can assure you.

                I have also met many ‘hopeless cases’ and incurable situations that just needed looking at in a different way. The aim isn’t paradise, the aim is to make life that bit better, get out of the loop of fighting one fire after another.

                I’m not meaning to lecture: all I am saying is that if you do want help then don’t assume you have exhausted all avenues, or even identified all options. You’ve got the rest of your life to deal with this.

                Bottom line is, and speaking as an insider, the number of practitioners I would send my own mother to worldwide would fit in the proverbial London taxi, it’s true, but they do exist. Personally I don’t get treatment when I am in Australia, better no help than the wrong help, but I live in hope there is someone.

        • robert.t says:

          Interesting, Debra. Thanks for that.

          Fifty years ago I started taking alfalfa tablets for acidity, and I’m still taking them. My acidity was not expressed as stomach problems or any kind of illness, rather as sleeplessness and prickliness through the night. While I have strong digestion and immunity, acidity seems to attack my nervous system in strange ways. The alfalfa has been a kind of sleeping and nerve draft, very effective and with no side effects (though for some wheat grass or blended lettuce may be safer, since there are agents in alfalfa which may affect people with certain conditions or meds).

          Over the years I’ve neglected alkalising by my favourite method…and paid a price. Now I’m systematic with it. I take at least eight alfalfa and wheat grass tablets before bed, preferring tablets over powders because of the convenience. Those tablets are staring at me from right next to this keyboard, after fifty years.

          Apart from all that, I’ve learned to steer between junk food and health food as twin evils to avoid. Appetite guides. Like the appendix and the tonsils and the foreskin, appetite is there for a reason, even if we don’t know that reason.

          • debra.b says:

            You’re welcome robert. Yes, I’ve many chronic situations I’ve been attempting to steer myself out of or at least away from over the years. Some I’ve definitely brought upon myself.

            Appetite and cravings are absolutely there as signals from our body. I think those words have been so twisted to mean anything other than natural instincts in order that we might lose touch with them. Cease to be able to interpret or trust them. Rather we should leave it entirely up to the “experts”.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Fawlty Towers,

        Mucous – Flu like symptoms & toxins
        One mechanism which the body has to eliminate crap is by way of mucous.
        I gotta hand it to the body designer, its a pretty nifty mechanism.

        In my Environmental Science studies on toxicity, it was well noted that a person who was exposed to certain toxins often would exhibit flu like symptoms.

        It makes perfect sense to me.
        Whether it is microbial or a chemical or a food or silica dust, the mucous mechanism brigade is there to help rid the body of the crap.

        As a part of the mucous defense system, there are often other body defense elements triggered (e.g. white blood cells, inflammation, changes in circulation, temperature, whatever.)

        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        My personal take:
        I don’t care if Covid is a virus or a ju-ju curse or whatever.
        My emphasis is about facilitating and augmenting the body’s natural mechanisms towards better health.

        What I find odd… is the hubris of “Beyond Meat” or “Bio-Tech Engineers” or “Pharma-White-Coats” who think that they are better designers and engineers than nature.
        It is stupid-think.
        These folks grew up watching too many cartoons.
        It assaults man’s humanity and is part of the “human degradation agenda”.

        • Fawlty Towers says:

          Thanks HRS for your note.
          I can certainly see mucous being used to rid the body of various toxins. And mucous certainly is a symptom of our ‘colds/viruses’.

          But I’m not sure I understand how a sore throat would tie into
          “microbial or a chemical or a food or silica dust” invasion?

          The body has decided to send pain to a certain organ for the assault to alert us to an invader. Why choose the throat above all our other organs?
          Why not target the back of our hands with some kind of pain?
          Or our toes etc.?

          Yes the solutions Big Pharma and Big Food Industry are finding to help us live ‘healthier’ lives are downright criminal.

          • debra.b says:

            Oh yes, I forgot to mention mucous. HRS has noted an important factor I forgot to include. I’ll just add that if you think of mucous gathering at the back of the throat which is what can happen. That causes a sore throat. And, mucous activates just as stomach acid does.

            From the throat to the stomach are muscles and those internal muscles will respond with pain before an extremity such as the hand or foot in my experience. Not that the hands and feet won’t get involved at some point because they most certainly can and do. But, I think unless you injure the extremities externally they’re not going to be what responds to something happening internally. Not initially anyway. I’m speaking purely from personal experience and what I’ve researched over the years. But, I’ve not studied anything formally such as HRS or c.u.h.j., so I can’t speak to toxins. But, I’ve no doubt of their involvement as HRS explained.

          • lovetodust says:

            Faulty Towers

            I cannot answer you medically/scientifically about why the throat is so central but I remember hearing quite a bit when growing up that it was better to KEEP your tonsils because they were a good indication that sickness was on its way.

            I know that every year when I get that first cold it ALWAYS starts in the throat. Scratchy. Then sore. Then the post nasal drip, stuffy nose, and ends with the coughing for a week. (unless it turns into bronchitis and then it’s a month begging for antibiotics which my doctor will not give me thankfully)

            I still have my tonsils, surprisingly, because they were quite large as a child. I haven’t had strep throat in a million years. Only a sore throat when it’s cold season and I am run down.

            debra – yes, I get what you are saying about the gut. Especially about the gut and the brain. I learned about all that because I am a migraineur. There are, in fact, migraines in the stomach. The stomach plays a big part in migraine management.

            Like Home Remedy – I don’t know if Conor 19 (a person on offguardian started naming C 19 yesterday and I thought it was a riot) is a virus, a germ, an exosome or what (other than a monstrous narrative to initiate the big re-set), but I do my best to stay healthy for whatever comes along.

            When you experience a chronic situation you begin to learn a lot.

        • Qno says:

          Thanks HRS, yes, technocrats think they can improve on nature, and yet they think intelligence is incapable of having produced the universe as we know it. If they believe in survival of the fittest, then they can’t have it both ways.
          https://healingunlimited.co.uk/mistakes-technocrats-make/

      • Qno says:

        Fawlty Towers your body has an intelligence. These things do not ‘strike’. Your body expresses symptoms, and it prioritises carefully where the stress is expressed. Toxins will be dumped through the normal channels of elimination whenever possible. When that isn’t possible, they will pass outwards through the next available route, often a mucous membrane (nose, throat). When that isn’t possible they have to be rendered harmless and stored, so then they go to where they will do the least harm – peripheral areas – limbs, fingers, toes, because you can cope with that better than a toxic pancreas etc. When buildup gets too great, dilution occurs (oedema), then build up of new tissue (eventually leading to cancer tumours as a way to bundle up that which is extremely toxic).

        And so on. The blood brain barrier works both ways, it keeps things in as well as out. So the Central Nervous System detoxes in some special ways. Not just the glymphatic system, but through the cribriform plate where the skull is thinnest (nose colds, sinusitis), and also along peripheral nerves by axonal transport (dermatitis and so on).

        The pharmaceutical way is to suppress these processes and defeat the body’s natural triaging of the problems and priorities. Steroids drive toxins out of blood into tissues, out of tissues into cells etc. Symptoms are the sign of things coming out again, when the body is able to get on with some spring cleaning. If you take paracetamol for every fever and decongestants for every cold, you just go back and forth until the body gives up. You never miss a day of work, but you get chronically sick. Ask anybody who has cancer, rheumatoid etc etc how often they get colds. The answer can be enlightening.

        The other thing our bodies can do is farm bacteria to package up waste, render it harmless and help us get it out (boils, respiratory infections, UTIs etc). When you take antibiotics the bacteria die and dump the toxins back into the body. The resulting herxheimer reaction can be very dangerous indeed. At the same time the ABs trash your own natural gut flora and lower your immunity. Hence more toxic, less immune, and set up for repeat episodes until eventually chronic disease results.

        So the correlate is that chronic illness is the result of suppressed acute, and chronic resolves through acute. The trick is to manage acute, see it as a healing process, and treat chronic. Almost all modern medicine is a matter of treating acute (creating chronic) and then managing chronic. Thus, setting us up for repeat business every time our bodies try again to resolve the chronic, until eventually the system goes terminal. And then we really are good for business.

        • Fawlty Towers says:

          Thanks Qno. That all makes sense.

          What’s your take on the cause of Tuberculosis and Pneumonia?

          • Qno says:

            Pneumonia is exhaustion, fluid pools when adrenal glands can’t keep up with demand.

            Tuberculosis is an interesting one. Correlates with poor nutrition, poor vitamin D levels, poverty generally. What eradicated TB was knocking down tenements and rebuilding housing with air-flow and windows for light. So the logical way to get TB is to hide in a dark airless damp moldy room.

            In my field we are looking at the commonalities in disease, not the differences. The same things come up again and again, they’re just expressed in different ways. A slipped disc or a stomach ulcer is the same problem. Every chain has its weakest link. There is an expert for every type of link in the chain, but they’re all missing the point.

            With that in mind, my father had a thing called Sarcoidosis. Like TB but no microbe involved, so it gets labelled ‘autoimmune’, meaning ‘no idea’. Curiously his sister had it at exactly the same time. Had it been TB no doubt they would have been told they both caught it from the same place, or from each other. But since you can’t catch sarcoidosis, it’s just ‘coincidence’. well, perhaps you can’t catch TB either? Maybe it just ‘coincidentally’ strikes poor people?

            Florence Nightingale said ‘there are no diseases, only disease conditions’.

            • Qno says:

              In terms of the current situation, had Anthony Fauxi found a way to monetise toxins the way he monetised viruses in the 1980s, viral illnesses wouldn’t exist. There would be a whole generation now that had never heard of viruses, the theory would have died. We would all be taking FDA approved anti-toxin drugs that would of course be toxic.

              • Fawlty Towers says:

                Qno assuming your theory is correct, shouldn’t the 100+ companies currently working on a COVID vaccine be able to
                come up with a bogus one by Jan 2021?

                I mean anything should do correct, since it wouldn’t be creating antibodies to a virus?

                It would be kind of like a placebo vaccine.

              • Qno says:

                Fawlty Towers, yes, that is correct.

                They haven’t found a virus, they have found certain proteins and cellular debris, decided that that stuff represents the virus, and designated it their antigen. Not sure exactly what has happened in this case, but generally speaking that is how it goes.

                Crucially, it has never been proved that the antigen in fact has anything to do with any disease process, or is actually a part of any virus. But, never mind, we’re in a hurry, it will have to do…

                So, artificially making antibodies to an antigen is essentially a process of injecting the antigen along with an immune system irritant (adjuvant) and injecting it. Of course many people’s immune systems thus provoked goes haywire, as we know.

                On its own the antigen (or virus) probably doesn’t do much, since viruses are not the cause of disease (ie. they know this), hence all the other toxic crap that must go along with the package to generate the response.

                So yes, whatever antibodies they find at the end of this will be deemed the marker of success. But of course we can see it has only a tenuous link to any disease process, no confirmed link to a virus.

                And to cap it all off, antibodies have no correlation to immunity anyway. But that is just another inconvenient truth they choose to ignore.

                So, in a nutshell, they are just making up any old theory as they go along, then changing it when the facts no longer fit. The goalposts in virology must keep moving, or else too many facts wouldn’t fit and people would start to recognise it is a bullshit theory for disease causation.

                So, it isn’t viruses that keep mutating, it is the story of viruses that keeps mutating.

                This style of science is the trademark of one Dr Anthony Fauxi, and he has left many honest scientists gibbering and ruined in his wake, as well as countless numbers of people harmed by his theories.

              • Fawlty Towers says:

                Thanks Qno, everything you’re saying makes sense to me.

                “This style of science is the trademark of one Dr Anthony Fauxi, and he has left many honest scientists gibbering and ruined in his wake, as well as countless numbers of people harmed by his theories.”

                I wonder if Dr. Wakefield was also ruined or partially ruined in his wake?

                “Then, the smear machine prompted a medical fitness-to-practice tribunal of Dr. Wakefield. Dr. Wakefield’s medical license was revoked in 2010. The chair of that tribunal, Dr. Surendra Kumar, was a GlaxoSmithKline shareholder. After that decision in 2010, “The Lancet” fully retracted Dr. Wakefield’s study.

                Ultimately, in 2012, a High Court overturned the reasons of unethical research and misrepresented participant enrollment that remains stated in The Lancet retraction. Unsurprisingly, “The Lancet” has not reversed its retraction.

                So today, health officials across the pond here in the U.S., including Dr. Fauci and his superior, NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins, continue to cite the false retraction as if it scientifically proves vaccines do not cause autism. They ignore the factual details on the excuse of “The Lancet” journal’s undeserved reputation.”

              • Qno says:

                Yes that high court decision also saw Wakefield’s co-author Prof John walker Smith exonerated and his licence to practice medicine was restored. Wakefield’s insurance wouldn’t cover a similar case for him, and by then he had moved to the USA. The other co-authors were left alone and have been publishing research since without any problems.

                Wakefield attempted to sue the BMJ for defamation and its editor Fiona Godlee, and Brian Deer from there, but the case was thrown out for jurisdictional reasons.

                Brian Deer was the Sunday Times (Murdock) journalist who was not only the sole complainant against Wakefield, but was also the main court witness AND he also covered the story for the paper. In turn, the Murdock connections to GSK are close.

                Hence conflicts of interest abound. Incidentally none of the parents of the children involved in the story made any complaint against Wakefield, in fact most or all spoke up in his support. He was the first person who had been able to help their kids.

                The whole ‘research ethics’ schtick was bogus. This was never a research study. It was a clinical case study, these were patients who needed investigation and treatment.

            • redrose says:

              Qno, my brother has Sarcoidosis. He is being treated with steroids and other things since he was diagnosed a few years ago. One doctor he saw for awhile recommended diet change for leaky gut, but he has not done that. He recently passed out, striking is head on some furniture.
              Can you steer me to some info to share with him? I would appreciate….

              • Qno says:

                Sorry to hear that. My father lost half his lung capacity and was on steroids, then later inhalers. He died at 55 with cancer all over his body, which I now see as likely the result of a lifetime of steroids and other sympathomemes. Nobody told him that could be the result, or that his cancer treatment was therefore as futile as it was barbaric.

                The point being, in the long term those meds are not the answer. But they are a difficult thing to get off, and in the short term they can save your life and buy time to figure this out. So I would urge against anything hasty.

                I’d be curious to know how this started for your brother. In my father’s case I am suspecting a vaccine, since he and his sister both developed this prior to migrating to the UK.

                In terms of advice, well, can’t do that here, but honestly he could do an awful lot worse than to find a doctor who does intravenous vitamin C and get their take on it. If you can’t afford IVC then liposomal vit C is the next best thing and more affordable. Meantime, a good self-help resource is doctoryourself.com

                When all is said and done though, his doctor is right, these things always come back to general health in the end, and that’s a lifetime’s pursuit not a simple bolt-on solution. And it begins with the intention.

                I hope that helps. Not sure if PMs are possible here.

          • Qno says:

            Re pneumonia it is also a consequence of influenza, but what is not often said so I’ll say it, is that bad management of ordinary illnesses like influenza can lead to these more deadly consequences.

            Option 1: rest, hydrate, phone in sick, ride it out
            Option 2: take antivirals, antipyretics and like a hero keep working

            In the case of 1918 flu pandemic it was largely a result of huge doses of aspirin (up to 31 grammes per day, no kidding). Patient perks up thanks to the miracle cure, then drowns in their own blood and secretions a few days later. The widespread use of aspirin newly off-patent was recommended by the US Surgeon General shortly before the october death spike.

            By 2003 it was no longer aspirin, it was paracetamol for fever, and Ribivirin and steroids for the ‘virus’, which had been identified by these oh so reliable and scientific PCR tests.

            So, if somebody with a prior condition (for which maybe a well managed fever was actually a good solution) is admitted to hospital with influenza, perhaps gets dehydrated thanks to a nil-by-mouth policy (not scientific), then fed a diet of paracetamol, hospital food, bright lights, noise, constant disturbance, fear, more drugs, then develops pneumonia, is given antibiotics etc, eventually dies, that gets marked up as a flu death. But if they just stayed at home and let grandma take care of them, would they have fared any worse?

            • redrose says:

              Qno,
              Thanks. I think I should read the book one of his doctors early on gave him about diet (he isn’t seeing that doctor any more). Then I can encourage him to follow, because I really need to follow better eating habits, too.
              He is being given gradually lower doses of steroids. I will tell him about the Liposomal C.
              Do you know if the recipe to make Liposomal C in an ultrasonic cleaner actually works? I had helped a friend with cancer make it; her doctor had given her a recipe.

              • Qno says:

                Yes, home made lipo vit C is fine. Best to use organic sunflower lecithin not soy, and non-gmo vitamin C.

                My one concern is that the equipment must be highest quality materials, as traces of impurities will end up in the finished product. Chinese stainless steel is suspect. One is after lipo vit C, not lipo nickel, cadmium, arsenic etc. We overcame this by using a good quality non-chinese glass jar inside the steel bath. Not very scientific, but this is something perhaps to look into. I am not sure how the manufacturers of lipo vit C deal with this, or even if it is an actual problem, but flagging it up as a possibility.

    • russ says:

      I think they knew the test was bogus going in.

      I think they knew the “COVID swab” would produce a high percentage of false positives.

      I think they’d decided to use pneumonia and influenza deaths as stand-ins for ‘COVID-deaths”.

      I think the money offered hospitals, doctors, coroners, etc. —AKA greenback poultices—who handle bodies and death certificates would greatly aid the number of deaths labeled COVID and help Fauci Land carry the Epidemic Trojan Horse as far forward as they want.

      “. . . anytime health care intersects with dollars it gets awkward. Right now, Medicare has determined that if you have a COVID-19 admission to the hospital, you’ll get paid $13,000. If that COVID-19 patient goes on a ventilator, you get $39,000, three times as much. Nobody can tell me after 35 years in the world of medicine that sometimes those kinds of things impact on what we do.”

      Minnesota State Sen. Scott Jensen, a family physician

      Any old kind of death will do now to keep the numbers up. Just stamp and toss onto the pile of COVID death certificates or “probable cause of” from hospitals to coroners and would you believe a COVID motorcycle death?

      Meanwhile, the MSM propaganda outlets keep bull-horning the public about the number of bogus-tested “COVID positives” climbing up and up and. . . .

      The whole dam thing is a deliberate lie. A hoax. A written script rehearsed featuring the demonization and weaponization of pneumonia, influenza, colds that humanity has dealt with for centuries.

      All lies.

      All a diversion away from the real reason the international banking cabal has shut the world’s economy down which is to change their controlled fiat paper currency out for their new, improved digital currency chits that will allow them to see who’s buying—say ammo—what, where, when. That and financially crippling millions to make them more malleable and responsive to what OZ has in mind post COVID.

      • lovetodust says:

        Dr. Pam Popper was reading some of the latest statistics about the money hospitals were collecting from the Govts Care Act for each covid patient on her site yesterday.

        So obvious.

        And YES they knew the pcr tests were not true tests of sarscov2/covid19.

        The PCR test was created by Kary Mullis. He won the Nobel Prize in (I believe 1985). He INSISTED that the PCR test was NOT DIAGNOSTIC.

        He CONVENIENTLY DIED LAST AUGUST of….PNEUMONIA!!!

        If Kary Mullis was alive today THERE WOULD BE NO PANDEMIC!

        Because Kary Mullis would not be relegated to alternative and independent media. Kary Mullis would make a splash.

        (when I say relegated to alternative and independent media I mean that in the highest regard. it’s just that MSM could in no way ignore him. He was quite a character. And he did have that Nobel.)

  2. robert.t says:

    “And the anti-feminist lawyers took the babies out of the incubators…”

  3. Fact Checker says:

    James and Whitney Webb would be a dream interview.
    They have such different, but complementary, editorial slants and areas of investigation, and I think putting those two minds together would be fascinating and fruitful.

    • debra.b says:

      I agree. I’ve been trying to follow all of Whitney’s work. Still playing catch up. She’s tough to keep up with. Especially, in the middle of all this madness.

      • Fact Checker says:

        That’s putting it mildly.
        One reason is that most of her pieces are impossible to take in one sitting. Frankly, many of them are actually overlong; and even the ones that aren’t simply introduce too many names and organizational acronyms that can kind of become overwhelming white noise. She is still searching for that editorial “sweet spot” of how much content is appropriate for one article, without the cup flowething waaaay over.
        I think an interview with James would help to frame and focus her presentation in a digestible way.
        For his part, I think James could really benefit from setting her up with a topic and letting her drill down with her almost uncanny wealth of immense knowledge, and really adding something when many James interviews result in James supplying all the value.
        For instance, here, neither James has much to say about the “Seed Warfare.” It Webb were there, she would have pointed out that Robert Kadlec, the Dark Winter/Amerithrax mastermind, also “war-gamed,” oh yes indeed, “seed terrorism from China.” (She discusses it in the Unlimited Hangout podcast.) Therefore, the whole seed terrorism (because that’s obviously what it is, regardless of the source) was prefigured by Kadlec’s fever dreams just as were Amerithrax and Covidiocracy-1984.

        • debra.b says:

          Yes. Her articles are very lengthy and with so many interconnected figures it’s tough to keep it all straight. She does, to her credit, break them up into series, but even still too much for me often in one sitting. What I do when she has a new article out is look for an accompanying interview which she always seems to do. If I listen to that first, I find the article a bit easier to digest. She does hold all these details in her head. I don’t know how she does it. I was also already familiar as soon as they mentioned Jerome Hauer because I read Whitney’s “All Roads Lead to Dark Winter” series. That was the first series of hers that I read. I’ve read the Epstein “Too Big To Fail” series. And, also some of her stand alone articles regarding Big Tech and corona, etc.. Again, I listened to interviews with all of these. I do better with audio and video. I do read, but it’s much more difficult for me to retain. I also listened to her two part interview with Maria Farmer. This pedo/blackmail criminal enterprise is difficult and disturbing, but it’s important to all of this, imo. And, a topic I took extra time to focus on. I had to narrow my focus at one point because it’s all too much.

          James used to be able to do more interviews, but with the documentaries he does and in high speed crisis mode I don’t think he’s able to get it all in as he did before.

        • Roe_Jogan_On_DMT says:

          Hey please can u spread this link to stop human trafficking https://youtu.be/qZmTSd1YuY8

          • Fact Checker says:

            I never click blind links. What’s the gist?
            When I hear “Stop Human Trafficking,” I typically imagine some astroturf “movement” funded by NGOs that just want to eliminate the criminal competition for Dyn-Corp and International Rescue Committee’s child-brothel rings…

        • debra.b says:

          Hi Fact Checker,
          New Whitney Webb interview. I listened earlier. I’ve never listened to this podcast before. I’ve never heard of it. And, while I did not find him to be that great of an interviewer. I still found it to be interesting. It runs 1:31. So, a bit lengthy.

          Marty Bent from Tales from the Crypt, Ep #183 features Whitney Webb to discuss:

          -Deutsche Bank
          – Epstein
          – The global intelligence apparatus
          – Human trafficking
          – NGOs
          – The Elite Cabal
          – Some bitcoin talk
          – much more

          https://anchor.fm/tales-from-the-crypt/episodes/183-Whitney-Webb-ehdpig/a-a2qoqu5

    • lovetodust says:

      Yes, but it would have to be a weekend long seminar I think.

      Between the two of them they have more knowledge and thoughtful commentary than a mere interview could contain.

  4. 1919 says:

    Anybody have an opinion on Jim West’s April 9 article saying Covid is a cover for increased hydrogen cyanide gas releases from refineries because of fracking oil & natural gas?

    https://harvoa-med.blogspot.com/2020/04/COVID2020.html

    A lot of nations have banned fracking, but the media has mentioned that it is only because of contaminating ground water. Nothing I believe mentioned about air pollution from refining the toxic stuff which has 20 times more contaminants.

    Fracking is so expensive in the first place that it is reasonable to think it would only be done during expected shortages.

    Maybe the lockdowns happened because it became apparent that fracking and refining was just too toxic. But instead of blaming oil & gas industry, it was easier to blame a virus pandemic.

    “Pollution is Killing Black America”
    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/28/magazine/pollution-philadelphia-black-americans.html

    • mik says:

      “…..increased hydrogen cyanide gas releases….”

      Cyanide sounds frightening and more, but in reality it is extremely reactive chemical, therefore won’t be present in environment for a long time, it will find something to react with.

      So, danger is limited to vicinity of source.

      • 1919 says:

        good point on cyanide.

        Maybe it’s the other chemicals from refineries that are reducing life expectancy for the people who live around them.

        The NYTimes articles was about a Philadelphia refinery, but parts of Louisiana have been known as “Cancer Alley” for decades.

        • lovetodust says:

          Have you folk watched any of Dr. Zach Bush’s interviews?

          Very interesting. His take on covid is that it is very much like a cyanide poisoning. Hence the lips and fingernails turning blue as reported. And the oxygen saturation problem. More of a blood disease than a respitory disease.

          • debra.b says:

            I watched the one with Del Bigtree. It was really great. One of the best of the doctors that definitely stuck with me.

          • mik says:

            It is more blood disease than a respiratory disease.

            But WHY the heck the need of mentioning cyanide?

            Makes no sense whatsoever, it’s like comparing a huge destruction, explosion, earthquake to how many Hiroshima atomic bombs that would be, something that is frequently made.

            • lovetodust says:

              If you listen to Zach Bush on Del Bigtrees interview, or a great interview with Zach Bush and josh Trent, he explains it perfectly.

              He comes at it from more of an environmental take. He talks about the toxicity in China from the largest pork farm in the world. Ugh. It is illegal to dispose of pig poo so they had to build a lake – not kidding, and that’s where they dispose of this stuff. He said it is beyond toxic – and that toxicity creates the viruses and bacteria that just take off on the wind.

              He said that he feels some of the covid patients coming into the hospital could have had the shot they administer if someone has cyanide poisoning and they very well could have recovered.

              He, of course, explains it much better than I do, and it made a lot of sense to me. He is a very smart guy and seems very passionate about what he does.

              • fitnessluz says:

                This is very interesting.
                I have been scratching my head wondering what the heck happened to my husband. He was sick for a whole month with what I thought was the strangest symptoms/pains, I mean, he was convinced it was THE infamous Covid virus, but what he had was so unlike any mild or severe flu I have ever seen.

                Vomiting, extremely severe chills, dizziness, fast heart rate, which he described as severe anxiety, and short of breath, feeling like he had a rock on his chest. On a couple of mornings he would wake up with purple-bluish lips, no energy, was in bed day and night and pounding headaches. He hardly ate, but did drink lots water and minerals, and of course, lost a lot of weight. He didn’t have a cough, so little mucus was produced, if any. No fever, no sneezing.

                The whole time I was thinking this is NO virus, and kept going back (in memory) to a video I saw of a doctor who right from the beginning reported that the symptoms of the patients he had seen resembled those of mountain climbers lacking oxygen (maybe he is this Dr. Bush you mention, I’ll check it out).

                I have a biology background and learning about physiology and the process of disease has been my passion, so right from the beginning I thought this Covid was a hoax, the tests are unreliable and the people who are dying are dying of something else. So now I read here about the possibility of cyanide poisoning being the cause of the symptoms and or deaths?

                Wow..it does make sense. My suspicious was environmental causes, like EMF (5G cells being activated in some areas and affecting sensitive people)…who knows..I haven’t read further on this tread, maybe some other people here has done more research on the cyanide poisoning theory..

        • mik says:

          “Maybe it’s the other chemicals from refineries…”

          A lot of them, benzene for example, known carcinogen, also present in gasoline. It’s not highly reactive as cyanide.

    • Qno says:

      It’s a cover for lots of things. The main one being iatrogenic harm. During SARS (2003) there were almost no deaths from the illness. The – unscientific – protocol was to put suspected patients on ‘serious’ treatment for the ‘serious’ illness. The treatment is what killed them. But they never actually trialed this protocol, they just assumed it would be better than the patients putting their feet up for a few days and resting etc. And thus, these epidemics are ALWAYS self-fulfilling prophecies. SARS was little more than seasonal flu, overtreated by antivirals and steroids, which is a pathway onto a ventilator, and the ventilators is what is killing people now in New York Hospitals. As if that were not enough of a mess, the hospitals are incentivised by 13k for the diagnosis and 39k for the ventilator. So, 52k for every patient they diagnose and kill. It almost doesn’t matter what is making people sick, there are loads of reasons why people get occasional respiratory illness. what you have to remember is that the CDC saved its own business by actively hunting outbreaks where there were none through the technique of ‘clustering’, then pressing the panic button and creating the problem they were claiming to be there to fix.

      The way to help patients of any acute illness is to get them good support away from toxic conditions and give them a chance to recover. Almost any protocol less toxic than the main protocol being offered will therefore appear to be more effective at saving lives. Hydroxychloroquine, for instance, only needs to kill fewer people than antivirals and ventilators in order to be ‘more effective’.

    • redrose says:

      Early on, I read an article that said there was air pollution heavy with cyanide in NYC, Wuhan and Northern Italy. Sorry, didn’t keep link.

      • Qno says:

        Yes that’s very true. There are other correlates as well. The weather is massive. No surprise loads of people testing positive in Melbourne, middle of winter there, low vitamin D = peak flu season. Here up the coast 1000 miles, we haven’t had a ‘case’ in 3 or 4 months. By the way, all those positive tests in Melbourne are not clinical cases, they are not unwell. They just have triggered a colour change in a bogus PCR test that has arbitrarily been decided to signify disease. What makes that more likely? It seems these viral tests are essentially little more than markers of stress in the body. Colds, flu, poisoning, inflamation, pregnancy etc all ways to get a false positive on a viral test. So, is it wise asking pregnant women to get tested for Hep, HIV…? Frankly I wouldn’t even run for a bus if I had to take an HIV test, in case the stress flipped the result and ended my career.

  5. weilunion says:

    Hey, James why not do a show on Yamashita’s gold and the story told by Sterling and Peggy Seagraves (their breathtaking book, the Gold Warriors) about the M-Fund and the Black Eagle Fund?

    The Black Eagle fund was authorized by Truman to use stolen Japanese gold to wage the Cold War from everything to hiring assassins, to actually starting banks and filling them with stolen gold.

    The Sterling’s, now deceased estimate 7 trillion in gold, many metric tons.

    The Black Eagle and M-Fund are one reason we see the consolidation of gold and the fixing of prices world wide.

    It might also account for Jeffrey Epstein’s, Roy Cohn’s and Papa Maxwell’s money. The funds are under control of the CIA, Japan and the Vatican.

    But all parties above worked with National Crime Syndicate (Meyer Lansky) in the Bahamas.

    Roosevelt passed a decree making the holding of gold by persons in the US illegal in 1934.
    The US then set the price at 35 dollars after WWII at Bretton Woods. Nixon, as you say, ‘liberated’ the gold.

    George W. Bush sent Allexander Haig to negotiate a 57 in the Philipines
    The only thing propping up the US dollar is the military.

    China owns tons and tons of gold and always has. Far more than the US, but who knows?

    The illegal gold and its sanctification and buying and selling have been going on for close to a century.

    Perhaps a story on Santa Romana, the Vatican gold, Marcos, the Black Eagle Fund and M-Fund, Yamashita, Kojima and Kodama and Edward Landsdale; not to mention the zaibatsu’s.

    But I know you are in Japan, James and this could get you killed.

  6. lovetodust says:

    Wellunion,

    I read all about that gold and how it came to be found and stolen while listening to lawyer Danny Sheehan’s lectures on his romero site. It’s a fascinating story how the US came to steal the gold.

    Sheehan has done lecture series from the University of California at Santa Cruz. I have watched them several times. I was blessed to have learned about the series from a Corbett commenter years ago. Along with several of James documentaries (the oil and World War 1 docs most importantly) Sheehan’s lectures illuminated US history, in detail, from the founding father’s on.

    One of his series is about the eight major US cases he litigated – Watergate, Black Panthers, Pentagon Papers, Silkwood (amazing story), Iran Contra among others. If anyone were to ask me what to watch to learn just how the world really works in a nutshell I would direct them to James How/Why Oil, World War 1, and Sheehan’s eight major cases. Enough said.

    I THINK, and I may of course be wrong, but I think the Black Rock gold fund might have had something to do with the slush securities that were coming due on Sept 12, 2001 (negotiated by GW Bush?), that were conveniently forgiven under the 9/11 SEC Emergency Act.

  7. lovetodust says:

    A bit off topic but I just watched the first of 3 interviews with Alison McDowell at wrenchintheworks.com, called “The 4th Industrial Revolution”

    She is very articulate and easy to listen to and understand. The videographer is Jason Bosch out of Denver.

    She touches on SO many of Corbett’s subjects. She’s a bit like Catherine Austin Fitts in that she follows the money. The money gives her the road map.

    She is a parent who got involved in her daughter’s Philadelphia school years ago helping with the financial stuff. It went from there.

    I highly recommend. She hits all the buttons particularly transhumanism, and in particular the rise of human capital data markets.

    Her knowledge about tracking and tracing PRE-SCHOOLER’S in their little classrooms is astonishing.

    I think she would be a great fit for the Corbett Report, if I may be so bold.

    • pearl says:

      Truly serendipitous! Just recently I was racking my brain trying to recall Ms. McDowell’s name/website which someone introduced a few months back. You’re right, she would be an excellent guest. Thank you for posting!

      https://wrenchinthegears.com/

      • CQ says:

        I wasn’t remembering McDowell or her website name at all, but now that she and it are mentioned, they do very much ring a bell. A Philadelphia Liberty-sized Bell!

        pearl, you’ll recall that you and I both made comments on an earlier video McDowell did. I’m going to that site right now, thanks to lovetodust and you.

        But first, I’ll mention my reason for briefly returning to the world of the living (ha!).

        If anyone would like to sign this petition from Prager U, it’s about how the new group of courageous physicians, America’s Frontline Doctors, has been censored by ALL — and I do mean ALL — the BTC and BTM (that is, the Big Tech Companies and the Big Tyranny Media):

        https://www.prageru.com/petition/doctors

        Wouldn’t it be amazing if all Corbett supporters were to sign it? Or how about a signature from each of his 480K YT subscribers!

        Here are a couple of backstories on the doctors (sorry if someone has already written about them in the Corbett comment sections, which I haven’t had time to read):

        https://vaccineimpact.com/2020/nobody-needs-to-die-frontline-doctors-storm-d-c-claiming-thousands-of-doctors-are-being-silenced-on-facts-and-treatments-for-covid

        and

        https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2020/07/28/dr-simone-gold-squarespace-shuts-down-americas-frontline-doctors-website

        Oops, I guess with three hyperlinks this’ll go into moderation, but you’ll see it soon enough.

      • CQ says:

        Here’s for our Tulsa friend GBW, if and when he sees this thread.

        When reading the comments under the third video of the three-part McDowell interview conducted by Jason Bosch, I noticed the name “Tulsa” in this comment from lidokaiser: “Alison helped me understand the pay for success predators and those pushing ‘collective impact’ in Dallas. She is the best researcher out there on this topic. https://wrenchinthegears.com/2020/02/03/dallas-and-tulsa-a-tale-of-two-blockchains

        When you open that hyperlink to McDowell’s article (and videos), you’re immediately met with a photo of three moms holding up a big white sheet, on which they’ve handpainted the words:

        Children are not
        DATA
        HUMAN CAPITAL
        IMPACT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

        Then, in the first paragraph of her post, McDowell mentions (and links to) a Tulsa Star article that features GBW’s favorite billionaire pseudo-philanthropist, George Kaiser!

        (Strange that the above commenter’s name is lidoKAISER. Perhaps the black sheep in George’s family?)

        I’m going to make a point of reading McDowell’s entire post and watching the embedded videos. My hope is that I’ll understand most of the important information she’s sharing with us. If I do, it’ll be only because she articulates what is to an arcane subject so clearly and cogently.

    • Fact Checker says:

      After seeing Alison McDowell cited twice more in the days after you posted this, I checked out the three-part interview.
      Astounding. Revelatory.
      Fits perfectly in with everything going on, not least of which is JC’s exposure of the Gates agenda.
      What’s truly astonishing is that it’s all in public prospectuses!!!
      I had concluded months ago that this whole lockdown was to ensnare humanity in an electromechanical control net, but McDowell has followed the paper trail to exquisitely specific designs far more elaborate than I ever would have thought would ever be made public. And with such thoroughly developed jargon!
      “Human Capital Data Markets.”
      “Pay-for-Success.”
      “Social Impact Credits.”

      All describing the cognitive tear-down and direct-neural enslavement of children–not in the far future, but as soon as the schools reopen.

  8. Steve Smith says:

    I hope that this isn’t too off topic. I haven’t had a chance to watch the video yet.
    I just read this article about face masks and wanted to share it.

    https://mises.org/wire/when-it-comes-masks-there-no-settled-science

    Chris Calton has done some very engaging history podcasts about the uncivil war for the Mises Institute called Historical Controversies.

  9. HomeRemedySupply says:

    #ExposeBillGates 2

    Online “Who is Bill Gates?” NEWSPAPER Ad is LIVE
    https://www.corbettreport.com/from-bioethics-to-eugenics/#comment-90516

  10. Fawlty Towers says:

    I’m not nearly as savvy as James is about economic matters,
    so my question may seem a bit naive.

    If the Fed can print dollars out of thin air to prop up the U.S. economy, what would stop them from messing with computer systems ledgers, adding a ton of money to the balance sheet, should we move to digital currency?
    Or even doing it above the board?
    “We are injecting ‘x’ amount of digital currency to prop up our economy.”

    What’s the difference?

    On another economic issue…

    First they hoarded the toilet paper. A lot of good that did!
    Now they are hoarding coins in the U.S. and $50 bills in Canada.
    What’s next?

  11. Roe_Jogan_On_DMT says:

    Please join this livestream y’all Let’s END HUMAN TRAFFICKING https://youtu.be/qZmTSd1YuY8

  12. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Derrick Broze – Digital Passport coming September (World Economic Forum)
    (2 minute video)
    https://twitter.com/DBrozeLiveFree/status/1288899462237024256

    • lovetodust says:

      That is absolutely frightening. Holy cow.

      And people will just go along. They will think this is great. Yippee I can travel safely. No unmasked germies on my plane!

      Well, there go all my travel plans unless I intend to swim across the Atlantic.

      And don’t you just LOVE that this will not only keep us safe, but will help the environment and the carbon foot print.

      OK, just for the hell of it – not that it will do any good – but can we plan a mask-less march on Washington?

      • lizzie says:

        Lovetodust I love reading your messages from this side of the Atlantic, Let me know if you go swimming, I could meet you half way in my kayak!!
        I am in the process of designing a fun Expose Billy flier.
        It gonna be titled Bill Gates’ final solution is not the only solution.
        I will give a blurb about his money having influence on our lives. Give some facts about him and links to websites also.
        I’ll be asking for help soon when it’s in better order.

        • lovetodust says:

          Love it! Great craic!

          I must confess, lizzie, my ancestors are from The Old Country. (I think that’s where you hail from?)

          And no one tells it like it is better than a Daughter of Erin.

          Gates gets on my last nerve.

          Slainte!

          • lizzie says:

            Great Craic is right. I am English though, so sorry!!! As we like to say.
            I live in Co Kilkenny now.
            I’m just after a lengthy debate with my good friend about world affairs, she is on the spectrum of understanding but also has the covid app and thinks my opinions on Bill Gates are tin foil hat stuff. She thinks I should not worry so much about things as it won’t affect my life and that my not wearing a mask won’t help the situation. I try to use logic and and by the end she agreed that the mask is a way of keeping the fear machine going. A combination of knowing the real agenda and my sense of what is right means I will never give my consent.

            • lovetodust says:

              Well, there’s me assuming prior to investigation.

              I have one friend (thank God) that is absolutely on the same page as I am with this whole thing so we can vent with each other all the time.

              I have another friend, in the medical field, who does wear a mask and believes the narrative but is very open to hearing and talking about the vaccines and the corruption. But I insist with her that I am not trying to persuade her either way. I am merely pointing out info I have come across.

              Other than those two I have given up discussing with anyone. I get to emotional. Best to leave the discussions to those better suited.

              Not wearing a mask – and the miasma that that entails – is about as much as I can muster at this point.

              While trying to stay the upbeat cheery happy happy person that I normally am. (BIG LOL)

      • Qno says:

        Maskless marches are needed everywhere. I suggest mask burning, in fact. Didn’t Gandhi first draw attention to his cause by organising a ‘passbook burning’? It was only attended by a handful of people but the movement that grew out of it brought down an empire.

    • debra.b says:

      Talk about being out for blood! They won’t just introduce this for air travel. It will be to enter any entertainment venue. People are desperate to gather again for concerts, visiting theme parks, sporting events, going to movie theaters, shopping malls, restaurants, on and on. Appealing to flight as opposed to fight in the people equals escapism, which allows them to strike hard with this “CovidPass”. Very scary!

      p.s. lovetodust and Lizzie, you both are awesome. Breaths of fresh air. I always love reading both your comments. 🙂

      • lovetodust says:

        Oh debra.b – I just responded to lizzie.

        I think it’s the Irish in us. You don’t want to test us.

        I hear you about the covipass. Wow.

        The truly wonderful thing for me is that I am of an age and lifestyle where I don’t go to restaurants (love my own cooking), don’t go to bars (don’t drink alcohol and not looking to meet the man of my dreams), haven’t been to a movie theater in 15 years (and I saw 5 movies a weekend before that), hate malls, get nauseous at theme parks, and prefer a nice walk in a local park (and we’ve got some beauties around here)

        Truth to tell, I don’t feel so bad for the under 40’s (maybe 50’s) because I think most people won’t mind this slight inconvenience of body and soul.

        It’s like the long ridiculous waits and xrays at airports after 9/11. The security EVERYWHERE after 9/11. People just go along.

        I was thinking today that actually, many people probably wear the mask because what the heck it’s no big deal. I wish I was that easy going.

        • debra.b says:

          I’m part Irish too. My grandmother was full blood Irish, so I know! 😉

          I’m 50. And, I honestly don’t know how different my life might be right now if my health had not altered it so. But, it is what it is. I’m grateful for the life I do have.

          I think if this weren’t the evil plan that it is many could come out of it learning something valuable about life. Older, younger, whatever age. But, at the very least humans need to be around other humans and these are the places that they gather. They’ll use that. I don’t know that it’s a matter of easy going. I’m a very easy going person. I’m also somewhat skeptical. If people weren’t so brainwashed and traumatized our task in getting many more to see even some truth would be far easier. They’re really going harder and faster with the censorship now, so something must be shifting that’s making ‘em nervous. Here’s hoping!

      • CQ says:

        Ditto, debra.b — and your breath-of-fresh-air epistles as well! 🙂

        I just logged on to leave as my “mite” a five-minute video that features a man whose name I’ve never heard but will not soon (if ever) forget:

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLSNey6gbQg

        Jeremy Elliott makes more sense than all the COVID-pushers put together. I said that wrong. They make NO sense. The way he exposes their NONsense, ever so politely and calmly, is music to my ears.

        Watch it soon, if you can, because apparently it’s being taken down by the social media censors wherever it pops up. May it keep spreading like a good weed — a dandelion whose light puffs and seeds blow ’round the world and land in every yard and lodge in every heart.

        • debra.b says:

          Thank you CQ! 🙂 This video was still up. I saw it was on bitchute too because I’ve never heard of him either. Was trying to look him up. He did put that in quite a nice nutshell!

          I love your words about the dandelion.

          • lovetodust says:

            I saw this video when it first appeared also. Interesting. And right to the point.

            debra.b I think of you often because you have talked about your grandson and how much joy he brings.

            I have two children in my life (not family) who are so important to me. One five, one two. I usually see them every week. I just adore them. I have not seen them since the beginning of March. Their parents have taken the narrative super serious so I cannot visit with them, with or without a mask. We do facetime but it is not the same and almost makes it worse. But I respect their choice and I know they are deeply sincere in wanting to protect their children.

            Without sounding too pollyanna, this lockdown has given me a deep appreciation (which doesn’t seem like the correct word but for lack of a better…) of what some people have suffered through the ages under horrible regimes and war, and what some people suffer today in certain countries and situations. The separation from loved ones, temporarily or permanently, is, in itself, just awful.

            OK, don’t want to be a “downer” so chin up, and put on a smile – which you’ll be able to see because I don’t wear a mask!

            • debra.b says:

              I remember the two children whom you deeply love, lovetodust. Actually, that reply I mentioned that I’d hoped you had seen was partly regarding them.

              Anyway, I imagine beyond all else not seeing those children is the worst of all the trials you’re facing. It’s a loss and it’s completely natural to grieve that loss. I truly understand about the FaceTime. It does almost make it worse.

              Oh, you go ahead and sound as Pollyanna as you’d like. 🙂 Yes, I think of the same. And, it is awful. Westernized or modern society has been far removed from these things happening today and in generations past. Which of course contributes to the apathy and ignorance.

              Ha! Same here. If you were to walk by my house while I was out in my yard, you’d see my smile right back at ya. 😉

              • lovetodust says:

                Hey debra.b I am just seeing this! Busy two days.

                I will relate an insanity story tomorrow on corbett. Off to bed now

                Thank you for your kind words.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Jeremy Elliott did a fantastic job of describing a special kind of stupid.

        • victoria says:

          👍 superb, thanks CQ!

        • sicdd says:

          Pretty much nailed it in five minutes.

        • mkey says:

          The destruction of mental fabric put forward in this video can only be matched by what is available in most brutal pornographic videos.

      • lizzie says:

        Thanks Debra.
        You find friends in the craziest of places

        • debra.b says:

          That’s true Lizzie! And, hey I’m part English too. My great grandmother came to the US when she was 8 years old. I did not have the good fortune to know her, but she had 10 children. One was my grandfather who married my Irish grandmother. 🙂

    • Qno says:

      Jeepers HomeRemedySupply…
      “C0v1p4ss’s creators say that by using blood test data it’s 100% reliable”
      I’m just SMH at that line

  13. Fact Checker says:

    “Chick-Fil-A Franchise Is Offering Free Food For Your Coins”

    Well if that ain’t a clever trick…

    One is reminded of Harry the Hat betting $1 that he can drink that shot of your fine whiskey without touching the glass…

  14. mkey says:

    The Minnesota Medical Board has ended their investigation into complaints against me. Cancel culture didn’t win this time.
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1288140347726536711

    Scott Jensen was “investigated” and cleared.

  15. mkey says:

    Jim Jordan Confronts Dr. Fauci over Cocrap spread
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/NiA54ZXH2QEp/

    I mirrored this on bitchute to spare you of the original CNN youtube post and the toxic comments therein and aslo to help curb youtube visibility. If anyone has a proclivity for mental punishment, I’m sure you will be able to find what was posted on youtube.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Jordan was really outnumbered.
      I loved hearing him grill Fauci and make a point.
      This U.S. Covid response has become a Republican vs Democrat issue.
      It is worse than grade school kids on a playground arguing.

      “Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis”
      I had watched parts of this “Oversight Committee” on their YouTube channel the other day.
      The Democrats were stroking Dr. Fauci throughout the entire ordeal.
      I think a lot of people are getting fed up with both political parties, because it is such weird drama.

  16. mkey says:

    Bill Gates Says Everyone Has To Get His Vaccination
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQ664m_1wI8

    Now, try to imagine how this “interview” would be panning out if they didn’t have a nodding head in the studio.

    • pearl says:

      Wait, isn’t there an Anderson Cooper interview with Gates where they’re shaking their heads over us conspiracy theorist losers “falsely” claiming Gates wants to vaccinate the whole world?

  17. Martin says:

    I have a “conspiracy theory” that might or might not be worthy of following up. In the Adam Curtis film ‘Hypernormalisation’, near the beginning, the New York state has to impose Austerity because the banks would no longer buy bonds. The state was vastly in debt to the banks and had no choice but to comply with the banks’ wishes. What occurred to me was that nation states are vastly in debt to the World Bank and IMF and what if those banks decided there was a reason to pull in the loans. What if the banks decide the countries are not doing enough to ensure that their countries are not going to crash because of the pandemic. What if the banks are already putting pressure behind the scenes to ensure the countries take every measure possible to curb the virus because if they don’t then the debts will be called in on the grounds that the country is not trying to support the global need to prevent collapse. Of course at any time once economies have collapsed the lenders could take control otherwise no more money will be lent. Just a thought.

  18. mkey says:

    Can’t believe I missed this one.

    World Bank/IMF Exposed: COVID Aid Conditional On Imposing Extreme Lockdowns, Curfews
    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/world-bankimf-exposed-covid-aid-conditional-imposing-extreme-lockdowns-curfews

    Aleksandr Lukashenko asked the participants of the meeting how things were with the provision of foreign credit assistance to Belarus.

    “What are our partners’ requirements? It was announced that they can provide Belarus with $940 million in so-called rapid financing. How are things here?” the head of state inquired.

    At the same time, he stressed that additional conditions which do not apply to the financial part are unacceptable for the country.

    “We hear the demands, for example, to model our coronavirus response on that of Italy. I do not want to see the Italian situation to repeat in Belarus. We have our own country and our own situation,” the president said.

    According to the president, the World Bank has showed interest in Belarus’ coronavirus response practices.

    “It is ready to fund us ten times more than it offered initially as a token of commendation for our efficient fight against this virus. The World Bank has even asked the Healthcare Ministry to share the experience. Meanwhile, the IMF continues to demand from us quarantine measures, isolation, a curfew. This is nonsense. We will not dance to anyone’s tune,” said the president.

    At the bottom of the article some interesting links about WHO deals apparently gone wrong in Madagascar, Tanzania and Nigeria.

  19. mkey says:

    An excellent 2nd amendment related meme on this presentation by Mark Passio.

    Mark Passio – The True Meaning & Purpose Of The 2nd Amendment – Part 2 – Arms, Needs & Cowardice
    https://youtu.be/vioWTwGiELo?t=2079

    Obviously, the entire presentation is excellent, but the meme is well worth checking out.

  20. Qno says:

    Not sure if anyone still checking in here, but this just in from Torsten Engelbrecht, co-author of Virus Mania:

    “Dear all!

    Thank you very much for your interest in my book “Virus Mania” (co-authored by Claus Köhnlein, MD). We have updated the book, and the print version is now available in the shop of the German publisher Books on Demand, see here. In the next days the print version of “Virus Mania” will also be available internationally (throughout Europe, in the USA, in Australia and New Zealand, in China and many other countries around the globe). The ISBN of the print version will be 978-3-7519-4253-9. There will also be an ebook being available in around 2 or 3 weeks. I will inform you as soon as there are new informations about all this.

    You may also find my OffGuardian article “COVID19 PCR Tests are Scientifically Meaningless” interesting–as well as my rebuttal of Politifact’s so-called “fact-check” of my OffGuardian article.

    Sunny wishes, Torsten”

    Those articles he mentions are also seriously worth a read, especially:

    https://off-guardian.org/2020/06/27/covid19-pcr-tests-are-scientifically-meaningless/?__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=5a1b6d767905dd7a7aec6961a90c854ff1737827-1595435943-0-AdDNYqDPw9xj4zL4KEILjzWZnw_gQzLA3ahT1lrfw5A1BofeXdSGJhg9DOWu-msRNu3wOmtj6KscGOxR45yv-JsczRanfvPtAXCWdiPPGfzAxrapQcsr6XKV8fXrIelSLhl5WMnFKcnlBAwbq7Jeyr3iXY0hHu0dPttoQxsiYmmpNr4f2w9k6dET-sv1bnUDxFPSHEAFjkuEr2y4bFJB_tRtFi9J24fI-f1pEwk1r2qSca4R2yu2ln6AWNf032zqJaZLz-nPbypX6XTifRvKLQ0YluZiuIzD6eQIZWEA1Jv8ATObz3HGK8yY0VxWgPbQNBcMg_9hUydoyjKRrIBdzCz83U6RkohQ4jboMSsux7BG

    Quote:
    S-CoV-2 RNA is based on faith, not fact.

    We have also contacted Dr Charles Calisher, who is a seasoned virologist. In 2001, Science published an “impassioned plea…to the younger generation” from several veteran virologists, among them Calisher, saying that:

    [modern virus detection methods like] sleek polymerase chain reaction […] tell little or nothing about how a virus multiplies, which animals carry it, [or] how it makes people sick. [It is] like trying to say whether somebody has bad breath by looking at his fingerprint.”[3]

    And that’s why we asked Dr Calisher whether he knows one single paper in which SARS-CoV-2 has been isolated and finally really purified. His answer:

    I know of no such a publication. I have kept an eye out for one.”[4]
    End quote

  21. xzbd says:

    James & James another great episode, thank you. From your comments about the dollar I think you would benefit from Eurodollar University (for example: https://alhambrapartners.com/2020/08/03/eurodollar-universitys-making-sense-episode-20-part-1-the-dollar-pitch-they-cant-hit/) as they explain the Feds con game. Perhaps you are familiar with the Princes of Yen, if not the book and the video are both worth your time. This real vision clip by the author gives you a recent update: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zaabewwvf3w
    Keep up the great work.

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