Interview 1666 - James Corbett on Research, China and the Media

10/10/202184 Comments

via The Unregistered Podcast: The dean of independent investigative journalism, James Corbett of the Corbett Report, returned to the show to talk about the alliances between western elites and the Chinese Communist Party, and his upcoming course at Renegade University on the history of the mass media.


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  1. nosoapradio says:

    Very interesting discussion.


    A name that sprang to mind as I was listening was Jardine Matheson:

    A common denominator between US, Israel, Britain and China is, of course, the Rothschilds.

    In answer to the question of the interviewer “Why China?” I would’ve evoked a continuation of the Opium Wars, with visions of the Sacking of the Summer Palace floating before my eyes…
    The humiliation and taming of the Dragon by the British Empire…

    China’s a founding member of the UN and a member of the Bank for International Settlements (though I can’t seem to easily find when exactly they were integrated).

    • nosoapradio says:

      This is all I could find about China’s integration into BIS:

      BIS Representative Office for Asia and the Pacific

      The BIS established its Representative Office for Asia and the Pacific (Asian Office) in Hong Kong SAR in July 1998.

    • nosoapradio says:

      Excerpt from corporate controlled wikipedia page on James Matheson:

      Jardine wanted the opium trade to expand in China and despatched Matheson to England to lobby the Government to press the Qing government to further open up trade. Matheson’s mission proved unsuccessful and he was rebuked by the then British Foreign Secretary the Duke of Wellington. In a report, Matheson complained to Jardine over being insulted by an “arrogant and stupid man”. Matheson expressed his views plainly, contemporaneously describing, “… the Chinese [as] a people characterised by a marvelous degree of imbecility, avarice, conceit and obstinacy…”[10]

      Matheson returned to Asia in 1838 and the following year Jardine left for England to continue lobbying.[7]

      Jardine’s lobbying efforts proved more effective than his partner’s and he succeeded in persuading the new British Foreign Secretary Lord Palmerston to wage war on Qing China. The subsequent First Opium War led to the Treaty of Nanking which allowed Jardine Matheson to expand from Canton to Hong Kong and Mainland China…

    • nosoapradio says:

      The first sentence of the now paywalled Financial Times article I’d posted above:

      “…When Rothschild appointed Jardine, Matheson & Co to act as its agent in China in 1838, the venerable banking group was relying on one of the few British firms with its roots in Asia to act as its…”
      This purchase rekindled a relationship between the two British family firms dating back to 1838, when Rothschild appointed Jardine, Matheson & Co. to act as its agent in China…

      Wiki reports that 11 years earlier:

      The Canton Register was an English language newspaper founded by Scottish merchants James Matheson and his nephew Alexander together with Philadelphian William Wightman Wood, the first editor. First published in Canton on 8 November 1827 and printed every two weeks, it was one of China’s first English-language newspapers.[1]

      Seems that inscrupulous opium dealers have always known the importance of media for business, as indicated in this excerpt of an entire whitewashing document about the company:

      James Matheson
      A more volatile temperament than
      his partner and enthusiastic about
      new ideas. A keen reader (he
      bought Morrison’s Grammer of the
      Chinese Language and his Chinese
      dictionary), and founded the first
      English-language newssheet in
      China – the Canton Register…

      During the mid 1800s, tea, silks, cotton and opium were traded
      through different firms along the vast trade routes between
      China, India and Britain on sailing vessels and later steam
      ships. The times were tough and the competition was fierce.
      The huge East India Company had held a powerful monopoly
      on trade between England and the Far East until 1834, but even
      after the British government moved to end it, market conditions
      remained challenging with large numbers of private traders vying
      for business.
      Yet William Jardine and James Matheson, being astute
      businessmen, were able to stay well ahead of their rivals.
      As James Matheson wrote in a letter in 1832:
      “We can often see further and sooner than others in business…”…

      …After the ending of the East India Company’s monopoly, the
      Firm also moved quickly to ensure theirs was the first ‘free’ tea
      delivered to the docks of Glasgow, Hull and Liverpool. Beginning
      with only a few of their own small ships and chartering others,
      Jardines soon owned a large fleet of fast, handsome sailing
      clippers that could out-sail most competitors…”

      Seems British banking baron Rothschild covered his business interests, if not expanded them, following the end of Britain’s very visible monopoly on Asian goods.

      And of course,

      The Group also
      has strategic interests in other entities, such as a 20% stake in investment bank, Rothschild

      as reported by the same PR doc:

      which is actually a rather comical on when you read between the euphemistic lines.

    • beaconterraone says:

      Keep in mind the REPUBLIC of China was a founding member of the UN. That is now known as Taiwan.

      Taiwan’s betrayal by the US regime and the UN was shameless.

    • beaconterraone says:

      The common denominator goes beyond the Rothschilds, though we all know that crime family is likely THE major player in nearly all major “international finance” actions to this day.

      Just putting this out there: (article title: “Mao’s Jews”) (article title: “The Jews Who Fought With Mao”)

      • nosoapradio says:

        Beyond the Rothschilds for sure! Just taking the more visible threads left hanging out there on the net to weave myself a narrative. A perilous endeavour!

        • beaconterraone says:

          All of this would take LIFETIMES, in the plural, to fully understand!

          I had a lot of “basic education” from both sides of my family, both of whom knew tyranny personally (both Imperial Russia and the USSR). As for my personal research, it’s been 33 years, since I was 17. Thousands and thousands of books, hundreds of them via Interlibrary Loan. I must have cost my local libraries many thousands of dollars in fees. Best education I could have imagined.

          In the late ’80s and early ’90s, I was loosely affiliated with the local John Birch Society chapter in my home town. I didn’t subscribe to a lot of what they asserted, but most of the material I accessed or viewed was useful. JBS during the ’60s and ’70s began warning folks of “public health” statutes, and their utility in bringing down a republican society. What’s going on now was no surprise to me.

          If you go “all the way,” you appear to recognize you can encounter topics that will incur varying degrees of risk to yourself, especially if you should discuss any of it with those unaware or with reason to be “offended” by such matters. Don’t be turned off by the risk, just be careful.

          • nosoapradio says:

            …especially with business students, I found out the hard way…

            • beaconterraone says:

              My undergrad degree was Anthropology & Political Science, and my graduate program was Library & Information Science. I expected that I would have to be a chameleon within the social “sciences,” but the fanaticism of librarians and library students was surprising, as bad as “gender studies” or “ethnic studies”! Granted, there was a 22-year gap between studies, but I was very naive to think Library Science still valued free thinking and open-mindedness.

              Business? Yeah, whether real-world or “education,” all about not damaging “shareholder value” or profit margins or entailing “unnecessary litigatory risk.”

              • nosoapradio says:

                Information management… I’m not familiar with the activity of Library science, but I suppose as with anything, it depends on the raison d’être of the practice: Is it to facilitate the edification of humanity or to control perception? If organization becomes an end in and of itself then of course the dogmatic, inhuman and malleable sides of the practice can flourish.
                Dunno, but it seems as if it resembles any powerful tool that can be used for both constructive and destructive purposes in the name of rigor.

              • beaconterraone says:


                A Master’s in Library (and Information) Science is the entry degree to professional librarianship.

                Librarians function as gatekeepers of information and knowledge. In the past, this was usually in favor of maintaining quality material for the broadest audience. More recently, though, librarians are functioning as agit-prop “activists” in favor of Marxism and defective/degenerate “culture.” Many libraries in the United States, and probably elsewhere, are actively promoting freak shows for children, with transsexuals in sometimes awful costumes and aiming to be “hands-on” with the kids. Most librarians push material for collections that is politically correct, whether or not the material is actually “valuable,” especially in the long-term, and, conversely, blocking inclusion of “offensive” material that offends the (non-)”sensibilities” of select portions of the population.

                The big organizations, the American Library Association, and major library systems themselves, are definitely “institutional-minded,” too.

              • Fact Checker says:


                Interesting point about the degeneracy of librarians’ selectivity nowadays. Did you hear about the controversy over this Lawn Boy book that just so happened to appear simultaneously in elementary school libraries nationwide? Absolute madness:


                Horrific stuff like this makes me give effusive thanks and praise (to myself!) that I didn’t bring kids into this world. Kids today are drowning in wickedness.

              • beaconterraone says:

                Fact Checker:

                Yes, I’m aware of the sex manuals purporting to be “LGBT empowerment” books in schools. Lawn Boy is, quite obviously, intended to normalize pedophilia (including pederasty, “pedophilia light”). School librarians are the worst, since their target population IS the target: “before 8, or it’s too late.” Get them exposed to the Sodoomite and transsexual degeneracy, and then continue to feed them with enabling material. After all, homosexuality is not a natural phenomenon (within a natural habitat), and “making” homosexuals is the only way it’s done (both through recruitment, but also as a consequence of child sex abuse).

                You won’t like what’s coming soon any more than I do: open & outright challenges to age of consent statutes. The goal is to do for pedophilia what was done with homosexuality.

  2. pat says:

    1666, wasn’t that the peak of strength of the Sabbatei Zevi (sp) phenomena, you know, the sect of diablos that cloaked themselves in Judaism but practice a cult that is 180 degrees off from there.
    Later furthered by Jacob Frank, Adam Weishaupt, Amschel Mayer et al? Just sayin….

    • beaconterraone says:

      How, exactly, were these weird cults not actually practicing “Judaism”?

      With all due respect, I suspect you don’t understand “Judaism” is very different than the official narrative. It’s NOT about the Old Testament, nor did it exist prior to Jesus Christ.

      • miaz says:

        You aren’t familiar with the difference between Rabbinical, Torah-observant Jews and those that are Talmudic Jews, who see all non-Jews as cattle and to be treated as their own property? Babylonian Talmudic Jewish history goes back to at least 500 BCE. Unfortunately, much of the Talmud is taken literally by extremists and used to all kinds of horrible ends.
        I have a lot of Torah-observant Jewish friends and even they talk about how there is a cult of the Talmudic Jews and how these racists are perverting current discussion about Jews and the influence of Jewish culture.
        Religious Jews are asked about the Talmud:
        Truth about the Talmud:

        • beaconterraone says:

          What I am very familiar with is the millennia of dissimulation and duplicity about who and what “Jews” and “Judaism” are.

          The “traditions of the elders” that Jesus spoke of and soundly condemned became the “Babylonian Talmud” in written form after His ascension.

          This “Babylonian Talmud” is the so-called “Oral Torah” of the “elders” – the Rabbis – of “Judaism.”

          That “Oral Torah” – NOT, again NOT – the Written Torah of Moses, as laid out in the first five books of what is commonly known as the Old Testament, is the true foundation of “Judaism.”

          Jews who are “Torah-observant” are called Karaites, and those folks have been hated by the “Rabbinical Jews” for centuries.

          As with Islam, Jews, both real and adoptive/converted (the latter, the vast majority), are free to ignore the extreme parts of their ideologies, and be decent people. Unfortunately, the self-chosen Master Race mythology is central to their “religion,” and it permeates “being Jewish.” One has to consciously reject it, along with a significant portion of what most Jews believe is critical to “being Jewish.”

          So, to conclude, the only “good Jews” are those who REJECT “Judaism,” in all its forms, including Marxism and Judeo-Freemasonry. Some of them have even rejected the “traditions of the elders” and embraced the Messiah who came and will come again. They have, again, found favor with the Father, YHVH, joining the continuous stream from Abraham to Moses to Christ – for the religion of Moses is now called Christianity.

  3. Fact Checker says:

    Regarding James’s grand musing of, “What is ‘The News’?”:

    I think a great and illustrative trope is the News Reader from the HBO series Rome. In that series, the News Reader of Ancient Rome is a corpulent crier, with a stentorian bellow, who is satirically depicted as exhibiting all the vices of current mass media.

    He stands on a dais in the Forum, quite literally reading the news, which is pre-composed and curated by the official Censor, according to the political winds prevailing in the Senate. When Caesar is about to attack Rome, he is characterized as a criminal menace. After Caesar assumes power, the same News Reader describes him as the city’s loving father. (This echoes the famous review of the shifting editorial slant of coverage in Paris of Napoleon’s travails.)

    The News Reader even reads off cheap advertisements from sponsors, with relatable slogans like (for the Guild of Millers), “True Roman bread…for true Romans!”

    The sly point being made on the show was that perhaps notwithstanding many historical technical innovations, such as the moveable type and telegraphy James discusses in this piece, mass media is an ancient political tool, and hasn’t really changed in its essence for a long, long time…

  4. J.P. Wheeler says:

    Great interview, very interesting!

    “China and the New World Order” is turning out to be much more important doc than I initially thought in retrospect!

    Keep up the amazing work James!

  5. shaw.r says:

    Thanks James and I appreciate the recommendation to just either listen or download the MP3.

    I like to download everything.

  6. Lou says:

    your disgust for GooTube makes me happy

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:

    LewRockwell had this interview posted…
    Interview: James Corbett on Research, China and the Media

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I’m kind of chuckling, because the NUMBER would eventually come up.

      This is Interview “One”666.

      I guess there will be those who will stretch some significance to the automatic counter.
      Just like some Hotels do not have a floor 13.

  8. Arby says:

    James doesn’t want to label the group for the reasons he gives. I just want to communicate rather than fumble for words constantly. His reasons assume that everyone is thinking the way that he suggests they are thinking about a labelled group, as well. I’m not sure that that’s right. When I have to re-think the label I use, I will. And then I’ll get on with the job of thinking. I am not stumbled by a label for I can use my words when I need to talk about it. Transnational Capitalist Class works and is not my invention. Predator/parasite class works. Whatever is descriptive (accurate and honest) works, in my view.

    As for elitists vs elites. I see James’s point. That’s interesting. I’m not sure that’s a big deal but I certainly do feel that the words we use are a big deal. A little change can make a big difference. I use sociopaths instead of pyschopaths, for example, when referring to the fascist authorities, for example. I got that from James, who, I see, doesn’t stick to that change.

    • Arby says:

      As Maximilian Forte points out, in regard to the transnational capitalist class racial character, Americans (whites) are overrepresented in the tcc. And wasn’t that the plan of those behind the World War I conspiracy?

  9. Arby says:

    As for the label of ‘fascist’, I disagree with James about whether we should use it. I find an increasing number of people out there (trolls, but it doesn’t matter, and propagandized people) engaging in anti-communist ranting. They are, as far as I’m concerned, promoting fascism. What else can you say about it? And so I continually point out that the communism they are blathering about is fascism, the opposite of fascism. I don’t have to wrangle about it. Again, I’ve got a job to do. I point out the stupidity of calling Bill Gates and the rest of the transnational CAPITALIST class ‘communist’ and move on. It occurs to me that if you follow where the ranters (some knowingly and some not, but in this case I’m mainly referring to those who do so knowingly) are going with this messaging, they are leading us into good West vs evil East. It’s a classic “Look! Over there!” ploy.

    • beaconterraone says:

      It is claimed Mussolini said “fascism” should be called corporatism since it is the merger of state and corporate power. It doesn’t matter if he actually said that; that statement reflects a description of what actually exists in the so-called “developed” world.

      As a lifelong anti-Marxist, I have found that those who object to the use of the terms “fascism/t” to describe what actually exists in our world are usually people who admire Mussolini or his mustachioed fellow traveler to the north. It doesn’t bother me, except in the context of “Antifa” – and only because “Antifa’s” “anti-fascism” is inherently dishonest (most “Antifa” operations are funded by members of modern fascism, i.e., corporations, including 501(c)(3) “charities”).

      As for Capitalism, I refuse to lionize it, since I regard it as an inherently criminal system, largely at odds with Adam Smith’s beliefs. “Free Enterprise” is what we should aim for, and we should not conflate the two. Understanding what Capitalism is now is best understood through the work of Werner Sombart and others who saw or see how it works and what is its motivations. For me, there is no “good” Capitalism and “bad” Capitalism – Capitalism aims to amass capital, by any means necessary, including over mountains of bodies.

      • Arby says:

        Thanks. We all learned long ago (if we learned long ago at all) that there’s no pure capitalism or communism (even if there’s really no communism today). I think that the best way to understand capitalism is to remember what it is often called by critics, and even those who believe in capitalism, ‘crony capitalism’. I refer to the gangster Corporatocracy (global), since that is exactly what it is. (C.J. Hopkins calls it globocap.)

        William Greider gave us great insights into neoliberal capitalism back in the 70s with “One World, Ready Or Not.” Capitalists simply don’t care about rules or law and order except as it benefits them. When asked by William about GATT rules that were honored more in the breach than the letter, Boeing officials told him that they were largely a myth. They were there more as road bumps to slow things down more than anything, the idea being that those who own and rule the world would not like to see it all crash and burn. That’s not because they care about us. That’s because they would be caught up in the carnage if it was extreme. Which is ironic, since they are deliberately crashing and burning everything today. Of course, those who actually own and rule believe, or choose to believe, that they will create a new world from the bits of the old world that their smashing. They think of themselves as a collective Creator. And they very much have no use for the true Creator or his standards, which include honesty and faithfulness (to agreements).

        I don’t believe in any money system. (And you can’t get perfect systems from imperfect humans. You just can’t.) However, I also believe that we can make an imperfect system, whether communism or capitalism, work – if everyone participating has good intentions. I like to use the illustration of a rickety house. A family can be poor and live in a rickety house with a leaking roof and creaking stairs and such and still do fine, if everyone in that family has each others’ back. Or you can have an immaculate, well-maintained mansion in which the lord is waited on by many servants who only remain under that roof for as long as they don’t screw up in some fashion and displease the master. The problem with Corporatocracy is that it’s like the latter.

        “Lawrence Clarkson’s And Dean Thornton’s Honesty About Ugly Neoliberalism” /

        • beaconterraone says:

          “Capitalists simply don’t care about rules or law and order except as it benefits them.”


          “I don’t believe in any money system. (And you can’t get perfect systems from imperfect humans. You just can’t.) However, I also believe that we can make an imperfect system, whether communism or capitalism, work – if everyone participating has good intentions.”


          Many of us believe that the form of government and/or economic system is not the key determinant, but WHO is running the system, and what motivates them.

  10. Arby says:

    Thaddeus seems to not get entirely the idea that communist China isn’t communist. And if it once was, that’s irrelevant. Corporatism (fascism; Why fumble here with words?) is not a different thing in China. That’s just complicating, unnecessarily, the story.

    • beaconterraone says:

      Marxism was never actually primarily about economics. It is a materialist world view, an ideology based on anti-spirituality, accepting only what can be seen and measured. What is currently called “science.”

      China is “Communist” in all the important ways: materialist, anti-faith, technocratic (“science”). The CCP has restrained the more delusional phenomena Marxism can generate, like Lysenkoism (although America and “the West” are completely on-board with neo-Lysenkoism – “science” molded to conform to ideology, “how someone identifies as” and so on).

      Some have compared modern China’s real ideology to “National Bolshevism,” a nationalist Communism similar to National Socialism. The Chinese, being a proud people with millennia of proud history (despite the horrors across time), are very, what many in “the West” would call “racist.”

  11. Arby says:

    Nixon going to China was a ‘huge step’ only if you bought the Cold War propaganda. I hate to drag traitor Noam Chomsky into this, but he got Cold War completely right. That’s when he was enlightened of course and it was long ago. There’s two version of Cold War, namely 1. the trivial version, in which Cold War refers to superpower rivalry only 2. Cold War as class war, in which the superpower rivalry was mainly about the needed, by all three superpowers, bogeyman in order to placate their respective domestic populations who were being asked to subsidize the military industrial complexes in their countries. And married to all of that was ongoing counterrevolution, namely war against the people, institutionalized in the US by JFK (a terrorist, not a hero).

    See my excerpt of “Deterring Democracy” in which Chomsky lays it out simply and accurately, in my view: “Cold War Means, Mainly, Class War” /

    • beaconterraone says:

      Why do you call Chomsky a “traitor”?

      I have found him to be a sincere man, a committed Marxist who actually believes in what it advocates, unlike most. And a mostly-honest Jew. Does that mean I agree with him, especially with conclusions? Nope, not often. But I can admire him for being sincere.

      • nosoapradio says:

        A sincere person does not resort to such an extensive panoply of well-honed logical fallacies and sophistry. Just a tiny sample below. Much more to be found in his treatment of Faurisson, Palestine, Iran and other geopolitical topics:

        A partial list of his propaganda techniques:

        Absurdities Framing to exclude contrary outlooks
        Ad hominem sallies Ignorance flaunted as admirable
        Bald assertions that are mis-statements Inappropriate selectivity
        Bandwagon psychology Insinuation
        Bizarre non-sequiturs Internal contradiction
        Bullying Major premises hidden in passing (taken as read)
        Diminishment of the importance of the important Misdirection
        Dismissiveness Misleading asides (useful for avoiding answering questions directly)
        Diversions (e.g. not answering the questions) Mixing apples and oranges
        Failure to provide minimal evidence Obfuscation
        Fake humility Restriction of options (Limitation of possible questions)
        Fake open-mindedness Scare tactics
        False parallels Setting up straw men
        False paradigm creation & perpetuation Sweeping generalisations
        False syllogisms Word inflation

        It’s true that I know very little about the assassination [of JFK] [ignorance flaunted]. The only thing I’ve written about it is that the claim that is was a high level conspiracy with policy significance is implausible [false paradigm creation & perpetuation and internal contradiction: he admits knowing “very little” so on what basis does he find any claim “implausible?” yet he can falsely create and perpetuate the paradigm that ‘high level conspiracies with policy significance don’t exist!] to a quite extraordinary degree [adding to the internal contradiction, word inflation, failure to provide minimal evidence.] History isn’t physics [ obfuscation ] and even in physics nothing is really “proven” [ misdirection, vis a vis the laws of physics, and bizarre non-sequitur ] but the evidence against this claim is overwhelming [ internal contradiction, word inflation, bald assertion, failure to provide minimal evidence] from every testable point of view [ sweeping generalisation, bald assertion, failure to provide minimal evidence, internal contradiction ] , remarkably so for a historical event [ word inflation, failure to provide minimal evidence.] Given that conclusion, which I think is very well founded [ bandwagon psychology, failure to provide minimal evidence, ] that I have written about, a lot, [ internal contradiction: earlier he said the only ting he’s written about it is to claim implausibility ] I have no further interest in the assassination [ dismissiveness, evasion, miniising importance of the important ] and while I’ve read a few of the books [ internal contraction: he opens by saying that he knew “very little”, reading “some books” surely qualifies as more than “very little” ] out of curiosity [ dismissiveness, suggesting closed-mindedness, not even fake open-mindedness ] I haven’t given the matter any attention [ internal contradiction: for someone who “hasn’t given the matter any attention” he has arrived at extremely strong and controversial opinions against the body of evidence. ] and have no opinion about how or why JFK was killed.” [ internal contradiction: he has an opinion, which he has just energetically expressed, that the way JFK was killed was not by a state conspiracy. ]

        • beaconterraone says:

          nosoapradio’s video link gave me sufficient information to reconsider Chomsky as “sincere” and “trustworthy.”

          I am curious about your reference to his treatment of Faurisson. Chomsky apparently defended Faurisson. Is this untrue? Defending a so-called Holocaust™ Denier™ takes balls, even as a Jew (witness what was done to Dr. Finkelstein).

          • nosoapradio says:

            This is exactly what he said in reference to Faurisson and his book:

            “…the Holocaust was the most extreme atrocity in human history, and we lose our humanity if we are even willing to enter the arena of debate with those who seek to deny or underplay Nazi crimes.” -Noam Chomsky


            He reformulates ever so slightly this same statement at 9 minutes and 6 seconds into this video:

            In other words, he promotes censorship in the name of free speech.

            Which reminds me of what appeared to be all those cops of Mexican origin in full riot control regalia guarding the US border… A photo Broc West used in a recent Corbett podcast…

      • nosoapradio says:

        Barry Zwicker explaining his bitter disillusionment concerning Chomsky who he admired immensely and with whom he collaborated on Manufacturing Consent:

        • beaconterraone says:

          Thanks for that!

          I shall remember this anytime Chomsky should come up again. Those are definitely “mind boggling” positions he asserts about JFK and the Cheney-Bush regime. A fool? A con man? Who knows. It’s one thing to admit one does not know the whole truth, and quite another thing to claim to “know” something is allegedly not true. It’s OK to say, for example, one isn’t sure if 9/11 was a LIHOP or MIHOP, but to claim “Bush” et. al. weren’t involved is an absurdity, one I believe that is self-evident.

          Now I can understand why he isn’t really “marginalized” among the “intellectuals.”

      • Arby says:

        Are you kidding? Here’s an anti-imperialist urging the US to do imperialism in Syria. He completely sided with the fascist authorities on Syria, going so far as to make the ludicrous statement that Israel has no interest in interfering in Syria, which it bombed, while assisting terrorist proxies attacking Syria. He bought the ridiculous barrel bombs story or else pretended to. I don’t know which is worse. Chomsky has jumped completely on the Green New Deal bandwagon (co-authoring a book on the subject I believe), which the Great Reset incorporates. As Whitney Webb noted, All of the measures that they say are necessary in order to fight covid 19 (which doesn’t exist), have been around for a long time and needed some excuse to be rolled out and are the same ones that they say are needed to fight climate crisis. Covid lockdown is merging with climate lockdown. Noam recently made the awful statement that we should have the right to say no to the covid 19 jab and that if we say no, then we should be isolated. He reveals his incredible ignorance about science in that sentence. (Sars CoV 2 hasn’t been isolated and never will be. No Sars CoV 2 means no covid 19, according to Rockefeller health care science.)

        But putting that aside, he reveals that he doesn’t give a damn about all of the things he’s pretended to give a damn about, like human rights. How could he not know that (keep in mind ‘their’ rules) they haven’t finished the trials for these mRNA injections that he says we should take? Is he ignorant of the Nuremberg Code? As for emergency use, there’s no emergency. Lying gangster tv reporters and lying gangster politicians lie about deaths by covid because they can get away with it. How many tv addicts will think to check on ‘all cause mortality’ stats, which show that nothing like a pandemic (pandemics don’t exist) is happening? How could Noam not know that the WHO is hedging its bets here when it changes definitions (of pandemic in 2009 and of herd immunity recently)? Chomsky has fallen far. And you’re not at all up to speed here.

        • beaconterraone says:

          No, I’m not “up to speed,” largely because I don’t follow Chomsky or other leftist “intellectuals” closely. Now I’ve been informed about him.

  12. Arby says:

    James is uninformed about gain of function because he is, apparently, biased ‘for’ germ theory and ‘against’ terrain theory. Therefore he doesn’t bother with simply explanations for bioweapons labs that, in my (biased) view, are good. As Jon Rappoport pointed out, you can’t do gain of function work on a non existent virus (Sars CoV 2). (That’s a truth, James.) You can’t do gain of function work on non existent viruses, plural. But you can weaponize vaccines and other medical interventions and you can play around with proteins, as Tom Cowan points out.

    See “Spike Proteins, Prions & Bioweapons” /

    • beaconterraone says:

      Jon Rappoport is not credible on many things he’s claimed.

      I don’t know if he’s crazy, dishonest, or actually a shill.

      I’ve yet to see evidence that germ theory is false. And, yes, I’ve seen all the “arguments” in favor of “terrain” theory and other “alternative models.” They just are not convincing, like the “arguments” in favor of a Flat Earth. I mention the latter since I’ve found nearly every person in favor of one is also in favor of the other.

      Insisting that germ theory is false is nothing more than arguing about what color the lifeboats actually were as the Titanic continued to sink lower into the Atlantic.

      • Arby says:

        As you wish. I see things very, very differently.

      • LastHumanist says:

        When a ship enters the port, we see the sails first and the hull second.
        The earth therefore cannot be flat.

        However, virology is not like that at all.

        There are valid questions to be raised about the “virus isolates” ,what really made people sick during the “spanish flu pandemic” and why animals in a fully sterile environment die.

        But a more simple question to start with is why there are well-documented placebo and nocebo effects if the axiom of allopathic medicine and scientific materialism in general were actually true.

        The dangerous bacteria (anthrax, for example) and dangerous parasites exist and so do toxins in the environment. There is, however, no conclusive evidence I have seen that the thing Rockefeller medicine has been selling us as “virus” actually is what has been claimed.

        Béchamp is more convincing than Pasteur, ultimately.
        For now, I know that I do not know the ultimate truth.
        I do know that reasonable doubt about germ theory is necessary, however.

        • beaconterraone says:

          “[W]hy animals in a fully sterile environment die”

          Because we NEED the microbes in order to live. Not a slam dunk for or against either theory.

          “Béchamp is more convincing than Pasteur, ultimately.”

          Purely a matter of opinion, regardless of one’s training or experience. Of course, I see nothing inherently wrong or evil with Pasteur’s assertions.

          We can concur that “mainstream medicine” is corrupt beyond imagination (the pathological & ubiquitous lies about the sham “vaccines” are prima facie evidence their system is irredeemable, and must be replaced, not merely “reformed”). But I simply do not concur that Pasteur was, at best, “in error,” at worst, a fool or con-man. People-centered, scientifically-sound true medicine is very possible within the context of germ theory.

          • LastHumanist says:

            How do you explain that most microbes are already present but do not cause disease?

            How do you find the current process of “virus isolation” convincing?

            • beaconterraone says:

              Microbes come in an exceptionally wide variety, just like people or fauna. Many are “friendly” (and actually essential to our life). Hence, my previous comment.

              • LastHumanist says:

                Streptococcus flips a coin to decide whether or not sore throats will be caused or what?

                How can “harmful” microbes be present without causing infection?

      • cu.h.j says:

        I like a lot of John Rappoport’s content. I disagree with his position on viruses though. Although, I do think terrain theory makes a lot of sense as a contributing factor in illness caused by bacteria and viruses.

        Terrain only doesn’t make sense to me based on my lived experiences and getting sick and also my work with patients who have been helped by antibiotics and antivirals. Viruses are just pieces of dna or rna that can cause damage to the body if they are able to get inside, like prions are pieces of protein that can do damage to the body and pathogenic bacteria excrete toxins that damage the body. Then there’s toxins in the environment that can damage the body. The terrain will affect the probability of that happening along with genetic susceptibility and unique physiology. This makes the most sense to me based on what I observe with my own senses.

        • Steve Smith says:

          The one thing that everyone might agree on is the importance of maintaining one’s health by the most natural means possible. Mainly diet, physical activity and spiritual growth.

          The flatness of the earth and the proper designation of exosomes can always be debated after the potential, global, life as we know it ending elephant in the room is dealt with. Should we survive.

        • seasons says:

          I believe terrain theory does not completely disavow the physical viral particles. Some researchers believe viruses are cell debris which contains of genetic material like RNA and DNA and a protein layer. A build up of excess junk or waste like cell debris is usually harmful.

          What researchers supporting terrain theory are arguing against is the invasive nature of viruses. They argue against a virus being able to hijack the much more complex human cell, force it to reproduce more of the same viruses, then repeat that process until it overtakes enough cells to be able to spread to another human being.

          A possible terrain theory approach to viral spread would be that our cells are damaged from toxins, excess amount of cell debris falls off those damaged cells, that fallen cell debris combined with other toxins can damage other cells, that makes cell debris fall off of newly damaged cells, and then the process repeats itself. Possibly to the point where we produce enough waste to spread to other people.

          If they are fully healthy then their body would easily handle waste from another human. If they have damaged cells and high amounts of inflammation in their body then excess waste from another person would overload their system and trigger a major detox event which we know as an infection.

          • cu.h.j says:

            That’s interesting, I didn’t know about that aspect of terrain theory. I wonder how that theory would explain why anti-viral medicines work to alleviate symptoms. AZT was a very toxic drug used for HIV, often leading to worse outcomes. Newer medicines have less side effects and have helped many people.

            The chicken pox virus has been shown to cause shingles in the elderly as their immune system weakens dormant virus re surfaces causing a painful rash. They are given acyclovir or vancyclovir which helps. I know acyclovir also works for herpes. Herpes can also be managed with dietary changes, adding lysine. This is how germ theory explains how these medicines work though. I wonder how a terrain theory would explain why these medicines work.

          • LastHumanist says:

            Exactly. It has always bothered me that virology was based on a convoluted definition of what a virus is supposed to be and how it is supposed to act without giving any conclusive real world evidence. I am not saying that I have all the answers, of course.

            There is more to health and disease than anyone can explain, however. This much is clear to me.

            What is the real relationship between HIV and AIDS, anyway?
            The official narrative has never addressed critics like Vernon Coleman. Every alarm bell should ring when public discourse is cut down and critics are simply labelled as “deniers” of what the dogmatic truth is supposed to be.

            “Virus denier!”
            “Climate denier!”

            Heretics and heathens are simply critical thinkers with perspectives on matters that threaten the status quo of the power structure, aren’t they? If you cannot deliver a convincing argument to support your hypothesis then you are certainly not aligning yourself with the pursuit of truth.

            Well, Scientism will never make any progress towards actual knowledge without the ability to use the scientific method.
            The technocratic serfs will end up praying to their devices to make them work again when all understanding finally vanishes in the totalitarian craze.

            • cu.h.j says:

              I agree, that any time there is a push for silencing alternative theories and data, an alarm bell should go off. This is an indicator of corruption and some agenda being pushed.

              There was a lot of controversy about the relationship between HIV and AIDS. I think there was a prominent scientist at UC Berkeley who claimed HIV does not cause AIDS. I think he was still there when I was a student.

              What I have observed in persons with HIV tends to be explained nicely with germ theory, or rather a combination of influences (individual susceptibility combined with exposure to a foreign substance from another person). I have done a lot of volunteer work in the HIV/AIDS community and had the opportunity to speak with people who have the condition and also have two friends with the condition. Based on what they have said, the recall how they got this illness. Many were healthy prior to contact with infected persons. One person went off the medications and tried a lot of natural remedies. He went to another country for another protocol, including spiritual healing. I was told he passed away while over seas.

              • LastHumanist says:

                I don’t know anyone with that disease and have no first hand evidence on the matter.

                However, I recall that Stefan Lanka did a deep dive into the topic when he was working on his doctorate in biology and ended up renouncing germ theory because of what the found.

                He wrote some books about that and even went to court to fight against measles vaccine mandates later on.

                Then he apparently lost his spine, became nonconfrontational towards the powers that be and started selling “new germanic medicine” in the tradition of Ryke Geerd Hamer.

                However, even “JewAnon” types like Hamer were on to something. Maybe the true nature of Rockefeller medicine had broken his brain?

                As we all know, the NWO world conspiracy is real. And Zionist Rothschild Israel is, of course, involved.

                However, everyone who pretends it’s “the Jews” (i.e. all Jews and Jews being everyone and ultimately no one at all) has obviously succumbed to a narrative that only aids the establishment.

                Conflating world conspiracy with anti Jewish Nazi propaganda makes sure that conspiracy in general remains a taboo. We never get to talk about who funded the Nazis and has been running Eugenics programs to this day.
                We never get to talk about who funded the Bolsheviks, either.

                JewAnon is such a nasty psyop. Then again, Jewish banksters were a product of medieval Europe. Being forced to do “non Christian” trades and be attacked by angry mobs even when in possession of letters of imperial protection made that minority descend into much darkness. A lot of them were good people. A lot of them were not. The same is true with any other group. It’s time to be objective, really.

                So. I don’t trust “new germanic medicine”, either.
                It is basically “spirit healing” and a complete rejection of material causes of disease. Easily falsifiable.

                Lanka got sick when the authorities punched him and he subsequently became a very different person, after all.

                However, the pattern I noticed is that there is something to Homeopathy and natural medicines that is quite functional and threatening enough to allopathic medicine to warrant huge smear campaigns.

                The HIV test also turns positive for tuberculosis, does it not? AIDS might actually be caused by a toxin our monied overlords willingly or unwillingly brought upon the world.

                I can neither prove nor disprove that for now.
                There are plenty of lies from all sides.
                How it all fits together remains to be seen.

  13. beaconterraone says:

    I believe VERY FEW “Anti-China War Hawks” are sincere. They are playing a role assigned to them or volunteered for. Of course, I’m referring to the Big Players, not the little fools who get their “reality” from the Talmudvision.

    I believe “Collaborationists” are, likewise, playing a role, most likely, volunteered for.

    In reality, this planet is controlled by a shadow “super-government,” a de facto world government, that has direct control of, or massive ability to coerce, nearly all governments on Earth (those not coerced are “rogue states”). We see “circumstantial” evidence routinely, where most governments will act in lockstep to something and/or via a method, that “makes no sense” and/or strains credibility. The recent “global tax agreement” comes to mind. There is the open discussion of humanity-manipulating plans, like the infamous The Great Reset, and then we see such agendas being implemented by “authorities” across the world. And their agenda propaganda memes are instantly adopted on a widespread basis: “build back better,” and so on.

    I need not speculate (or declare what I actually do know) about this shadow world government. It exists, it is actually ruling us, and it doesn’t really matter who or what is actually running the satanic show [my previous writings give readers a strong hint who I think composes this regime’s “officer corps”). The one fact we can agree on, I imagine, is that this world government NEEDS TO GO. Making it go away would be humanity’s most daring enterprise, since the stakes are literally life on Earth. Hence, alas, I also believe that the Book of Revelation is being laid out before our eyes right now, and it’s very, very, very likely that the visions the Holy Spirit gave St. John are going to be how things play out for us in the next few years, with near-total devastation of humanity before the Return of Jesus Christ stops it (Matthew 24:21-22).

    • Fact Checker says:

      I was in hearty agreement with this entire comment, until the mystical stuff about Magic Spirits and “Jesus Christs”. Fact is, the “regime’s ‘officer corps'” that you yourself have dimly identified through the fog has used the wicked Bible as a script and playbook ever since Saul of Tarsus cooked up his mind-fucking, bloody horror story to twist the goyim into mental and spiritual knots, in order to prime them for the now-imminent total enslavement, in service of the eternal Kingdom of Jerusalem promised to the Jews in the Book of Isaiah:

      “It will happen in the final days that the mountain of Yahweh’s house will rise higher than the mountains and tower above the heights. Then all the nations will stream to it. […] For the Law will issue from Zion and the word of Yahweh from Jerusalem’ (2:2–3). Kings, Yahweh assures his people, ‘will fall prostrate before you, faces to the ground, and lick the dust at your feet’ (49:23), whereas ‘I shall make your oppressors eat their own flesh, they will be as drunk on their own blood as on new wine. And all humanity will know that I am Yahweh, your Saviour, your redeemer, the Mighty One of Jacob’ (49:26). ‘For the nation and kingdom that will not serve you will perish, and the nations will be utterly destroyed’ (60:12).”

      All those foot-lickers, prostrates, and self-cannibalizers promised by Isaiah to the Jews are the goyim, who have all been long-trained through Christinsanity to worship the “kids’ version” of Yahweh, mediated by a cartoon character zombie-guy who was God, but also God’s son, through which God killed Himself, to save humans…from Himself… Utter brain-crippling madness, short-circuiting the soft minds of the sheeplike gentiles for more than 2,000 years. Now, the last remnants of sense are being pounded out of the goyim with coronapalooza and soon aliens, and then at last…you guessed it: Jesus’s Second (Holographic) Coming! You’re marching straight for the ultimate pothole, brah. Too bad. Maybe better luck in the Demiurge’s next simulation-run.

      • beaconterraone says:

        You sure get triggered by Jesus Christ!

        Without Christianity, Europe would have been a backward wasteland centuries ago. No Charles Martel, no Jan III Sobieski. Hence, the reason why what Henry Ford called The World’s Foremost Problem worked for centuries to infiltrate, undermine, and, in the last two or so centuries, take effectively-full control of Europe’s key institutions.

        Where would Europe be if the Celts or the Germanics had continued their ancient traditions? They’d have fought amongst each other, as always, as before, while Muslims or Mongols or whomever flowed in and took them out. The fratricidal conflicts of the “royalty” of Europe, acting in concert and/or on accord of their banksters, would have had all the negatives, with no potential of the positive of unity in the Name of Christ. The Vikings, for example, were more interested in selling White women to the Turks & Africans, et. al., than any sort of preservation of European cultures.

        It wasn’t Christianity, Jesus-variety or Paul-variety, that destroyed Europe. It was the blind, egocentric stupidity that always had utter contempt for ANYTHING spiritual, non-material. To be honest, your position against Christianity and the position of the Talmudists against Christianity are, in effect, identical. People such as yourself have ALWAYS been their best allies, holding no eternal ideals, applying “situational ethics” to all scenarios, for profit, power and/or prestige. What we can call, generically, corruption. You can’t corrupt a sincere Christian, especially so a sincere Christian living where the majority of people are also sincere Christians (you’d be ejected, righteously). Materialists don’t want to understand that, believing “everyone has their price.”

        When the One whom you deny returns, He will, indeed, establish a kingdom from Jerusalem, and all those who rejected Him and helped His enemies – humanity’s enemies – will bow. “The Jews” will be on their knees, as well.

        • Fact Checker says:

          “Without Christianity, Europe would have been a backward wasteland centuries ago.”

          Bald assertion, and a laughable one at that.

          “No Charles Martel, no Jan III Sobieski.”

          THE HORROR! Such indispensable personages that they were household names throughout the 17 Century, no doubt! (I don’t know or care who these obscurities were.)

          “Hence, the reason why what Henry Ford called The World’s Foremost Problem worked for centuries to infiltrate, undermine, and, in the last two or so centuries, take effectively-full control of Europe’s key institutions.

          No, beacon, hence the ease with which they were able to do so.

          “Where would Europe be if the Celts or the Germanics …Muslims or Mongols …fratricidal conflicts of the “royalty” of Europe….”

          More fatuous bald assertions. Since I don’t subscribe to the “best-of-all-possible-worlds” thesis, I don’t know or care where “Europe” would be without Charlemagne or whatever obscurantist counterfactuals you want to imagine to no constructive end. Interestingly, all the “conflicts” you insist would have existed in a world-without-Christinsanity existed in this world too. (That’s how you even know about them.) So maybe Chritinsanity mitigated them or maybe it exacerbated them. There’s no way to test either hypothesis.

          “When the One whom you deny returns, He will, indeed, establish a kingdom from Jerusalem, and all those who rejected Him and helped His enemies – humanity’s enemies – will bow. “The Jews” will be on their knees, as well.”

          Terrifying. Appalling. Wickedness of the Demiurge.

          • beaconterraone says:

            I made a mistake. I wrongly thought you were a serious, sincere, and actually informed person. Clearly I was in error.

            [[No Charles Martel, no Jan III Sobieski.]]

            [THE HORROR! Such indispensable personages that they were household names throughout the 17 Century, no doubt! (I don’t know or care who these obscurities were.)]

            I could, maybe, excuse you for not recognizing Jan III Sobieski, but Charles Martel? And if you didn’t know who they were, it takes mere seconds to look them up.

            Two of Western Civilizations most important figures. “Obscurities”?! Not sure if I should laugh or cry.

            “Fact Checker”?! Yeah, with the same integrity and veracity as the “best” of Facebook or the Washington Post.

            • Fact Checker says:

              Okay so I looked him up. Grandfather of Charlemagne. Wow, you’re digging a hole with this.

              My whole point in bringing up Charlemagne in the first place is that even HE was merely an example of some fossilized lofty historical figure…that has no reasonable, meaningful relevance to the lives being lived today, and that the whole idea that if he never existed “the world would be different” is just question-begging tautology. Now, you try to prove your case by brining up HIS ancient ancestors? Try to keep up. Nobody freaking cares if either Charlemagne, or his pop-pop, never squatted in the woods of Gaul.

              Haha ok. Heaven forfend a world without a footnote about Charles Martel in the dusty history textbook that goes unread by 99.9% of college freshman! Whatever would we do if some ancient battle had gone the other way, leading to an unpredictably altered timeline??? Such fetishistic obscurantism. Typical of mystics.

              • beaconterraone says:

                You’re giving me the impression of a pseudo-“intellectual” who would write for Vox or BuzzFeed. I can’t help but visualize Dunning-Kruger Effect, sorry.

                The Battles of Tours and of Wien (Vienna) are key points of history that even a truly educated high schooler understands.

                I said nothing about Charlemagne, but off you go…

                If this forum had an ignore feature, I would reluctantly be using it right now, for these “discussions” with you serve no useful purpose.

              • LastHumanist says:

                I am sure that neither you nor the person you are critical of has ever read Einhard’s vita karoli magni.

                When you guys talk about history, it’s like blind people trying to explain colours to each other.

                Has it never occurred to you that a firm grasp of history and tradition is a safeguard against all the nonsense that is currently arising? That you followed the NWO’s wishes by never learning the importance of all history?

      • beaconterraone says:

        Oh, and as for some sort of Project Blue Beam “Second Coming,” I don’t doubt that’s a possibility. Maybe a fake “Jesus” – warned about in the Bible – will arrive in a UFO. The media-driven “Christians” will be flailing their arms in excitement, failing to listen to the Spirit telling them it’s another con-job in a trail of con-jobs. He’ll tell the world about “the unity of religions,” and laud the “cooperation” of “Christians” and Jews and other New Age types, as “enlightened.”

        When fake “Jesus” arrives, I’ll be calling him/it out. You can’t understand, of course, since spirituality is utterly foreign to you.

        • LastHumanist says:

          You reject terrain theory without proper research but jump on this wagon?


          I find that rather funny.
          To be fair, I once fell into the rabbit hole of overwhelming blue beam government force, too. Well, I recovered. Believe it when you see it.

          Just don’t believe the hype. I know that can be hard but stand on firm epistemological foundations and think critically. Nothing needs to be questioned more than the things we believe. Your stance on the Christian tradition is very naïve, too.

          Keep checking! 2 and 2 is still 4 today and surely tomorrow, too. If you want to expand your horizon, you need only tear down the mental barriers and open your eyes to greater truths.

          Well, if you are such a good Christian, shouldn’t you pursue forgiveness rather than desire a reckoning? I read something about turning the other cheek and loving your enemies in the new testament…

          Dogma is wrong…

          • beaconterraone says:

            “Proper research”?!

            How do you know I have not done “proper research” on terrain theory? Because I don’t agree with you, I must be “ignorant”?

            As for what sort of Christian I am, it’s always very interesting that those who don’t believe have “moral lessons” for those of us who do. You might want to read the Book of Revelation, and learn about the Lake of Fire for those who hate Jesus Christ. It’s not about MY enemies, but His. Forgiveness & grace from me is dished out generously. And Christ, too, has offered the greatest generosity and forgiveness possible, but it is, as our consumerist society says, “a limited time offer.” I’m qualified to judge why people have lived lives of evil, but He is.

            • Fact Checker says:

              “You might want to read the Book of Revelation, and learn about the Lake of Fire for those who hate Jesus Christ.”

              Good gracious how you keep proving my points. The whole point of Chistinsanity, and especially Revelation is to strike fear and terror into the hearts of the goyim in order to control their expectations and their behaviors. Just like the Cootiesvirus-1984 narrative, it is a characteristically Jewish ploy to terrorize the goyim with traumatizing, imaginative horror stories that predictably put gentiles into “factory-settings-restore” mode, rendering them completely suggestible command-and-control meat puppets. The “Lake of Fire” is just John of Patmos’s version of “COnVID-19”. The last 2,000 years have just been a series of hypnotic, fear-based mind-spells that the Jews, acting as high priests of the Demiurge, have cast over the gentiles. From Christinsanity, to “nuclear armageddon” to “global warming” to 9/ll to Cootiesvirus: all from the same telltale formula. Scare the goyish masses into doing the bidding of the rabbis, and into interpreting all forthcoming events in a way that serves the rabbis, and to thereby participate in the construction of the final Architecture of Enslavement.

              You are sooooo Tikkun Olam, bro. Spreading that “light” of fear and illusion to the sheeplike gentile masses. Clearly, somebody scared the wits out of you at some point with that dreck, and infected your mind. And of course, as Pavlov showed, trauma-induced superstitions, once instilled, are ineradicable. So I understand that you are no more capable of departing from your precious fear of the Lake of Fire than any rank-and-file Covidiot is capable of letting go of the satanic delusion that now inhabits their bodies. But maybe the decent thing to do would be to quarantine that fear, and try not to spread it around to anyone else? Maybe?

              EDIT: btw yes I have read Revelation and it is schizoid grotesquerie, tailor-made to sear terrifying and profane imagery into the gentile mind of the early eon. It has the unmistakable stench that comes out of today’s television sets.

            • LastHumanist says:

              So you need a mythological figure in order to feel good about projecting the anger and hatred you feel towards humanity?

              The Covidian cult is far ahead of you. These cultists do not need anything metaphysical to do out in the open what you’re doing in your mind.

              I cannot say what you truly believe and neither could you do more than make assumptions about me. You are, judging by what you say, a follower of an anti-human superstition that has been the foundation of an unjust feudal system based on lies and fear. That’s the type of Christian you are, sadly.

              Well, you are probably just ignorant. Why not read something from Christianity’s early history and take it from there to find out what your cult really is?

              Plinius Minor was quite right to point out your dangerous superstition 2000 years ago:

              “nihil aliud inueni quam superstitionem prauam, immodicam”

              Plin. Epist. 10, 96

              • beaconterraone says:

                The only projection here is from you.

                I’ve found that only extreme leftists start spewing about “hate” as you do when they’ve got no rational arguments to defeat their opponents.

                Most of what is valuable in Western Civilization is either Christian in origin, or Christianity advanced it towards the modern forms. Hospitals and universities, for example, at least when they were oriented towards righteousness. The concept of individual freedom in “the West” goes all the way back to the Old Testament, when cultures neighboring the Israelites laughed at the concept that someone needed a “fair deal” in regards to their life. Of course, anti-Christians prefer to rip the Old Testament’s context away, and whine about how “extreme” some of its rules were compared to what is now claimed as “progressive” – never mind the pagan societies offered their subjects little to NO rights at all in the same era.

                I wish your username were true: the LAST “humanist.” “Humanism” is the root of so many of this civilization’s ills, being that “humanism” is a materialist ideology derived from the anti-Christian/anti-Christ Marxist and fellow traveler ideologies and movements of the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, based on the dangerous tyranny of “intellectualism.” While the extreme left loves to spew about Christendom’s errors and atrocities, they aren’t too happy when someone of faith points out that materialist ideologies, always acting in the name of and allegedly to the benefit of “humankind,” hold the indisputable world records for mass murder and human suffering.

                “Humanism” is a ridiculous “utopian” model. It’s best summed up in Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Four Reformers:

                FOUR reformers met under a bramble bush. They were all agreed the world must be changed. “We must abolish property,” said one.

                “We must abolish marriage,” said the second.

                “We must abolish God,” said the third.

                “I wish we could abolish work,” said the fourth.

                “Do not let us get beyond practical politics,” said the first. “The first thing is to reduce men to a common level.”

                “The first thing,” said the second, “is to give freedom to the sexes.”

                “The first thing,” said the third, “is to find out how to do it.”

                “The first step,” said the first, “is to abolish the Bible.”

                “The first thing,” said the second, “is to abolish the laws.”

                “The first thing,” said the third, “is to abolish mankind.”

              • LastHumanist says:

                Why did the late Roman emperor Julian become an apostate?

                Why did the Christian mob kill Hypatia and burn down what remained of the library of Alexandria?

                Why did Paulinus of Nola only half read the bible and watched his followers perform “Christian rites” by pouring some wine on skulls?

                Can you answer any of these questions, or will you just fall into false left/right paradigms to justify your utterly biased view of history that is falsified by the primary sources?

                Socrates was a better role model than Jesus, in my opinion.

                You should study classical antiquity before assuming you know anything about it.

                All you do is cling to the lies of the great reset from Late Antiquity. I, however, remember when the Greeks came up with individualism and Eleutheria.

                The only reason anyone needs to live in harmony with others is the bond of our shared humanity. This is what Humanism means to me.

                I will call out all injustice, no matter who committed it. Murder is murder.

  14. Joseph says:

    Very actual topic. Thank you, excellent interview!

  15. davidrbg says:

    I agree with a lot of the work, but the China analysis is fundamentally, in my opinion. But there is much evidence to support that seem.

    Many of the basic comparisons made people China and the USA are wrong. Yes, Rockefeller and related baking interests are in China, but that doesn’t mean the whole east west breakdown or economic leap frog undergone in China is a western policy.

    The Western policy was to keep China as a cheap labor market for the “FIRE” economy. That didn’t work out. China’s Belt and Road initiative is actually transformation the physically productive and technical platforms of many countries across many counties, including Pakistan, Kenya, Ethiopia, Kazakhstan.

    The Western empire is crumbling, largely thanks to the Malthusian policies and financial behemoths it has created. China and Russia, despite their other problems, do not have a Malthusian population with the intent of eliminating mass portions of their population. The whole Trans-Atlantic financial system is essentially now a collection of zombie banks who are only managing to lurch a few more steps forward thanks to the Fed’s endless repo-loans and other bailout mechanisms.

    This is why they’re desperate to impose fascism here in the West and divide the world with these new no go zones and mandates, in my opinion. These attempts should not be seen as signs of strength, but weakness and vulnerability. I think people are starting to catch on.

    Very telling is the recent unveiling of China’s new hyper-sonic missile technology. The media reports that the US military and others said they’re surprised that China developed these weapons, but they shouldn’t be. Both Russia and China have leapfrogged. Meanwhile NATO and the US have been stuck just building old fashion ABMs and military bases everywhere, and deploying ships thinking they can maintain a nuclear first strike capability.

    It’s all blown up in their face.

    All this basically means the oligarchy has been strategically routed by these other nations who despite their differences or problems, will not allow themselves to be enslaved by the ”new world order,” or whatever one wishes to call it.

    These changes should be welcomed, and seen as a sign that we too may still be able to cast off the chains and cut this oligarchical cancer from the earth. It’s either that, or we go down with it.

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