Interview With A Coma Victim

07/18/2021117 Comments

Do you remember how I opened my three-part series on The Year Ahead this past January?

As Lenin rightly observed: “There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.” Perhaps there are years in which centuries happen.

I imagine that anyone who had trouble understanding that observation eighteen months ago understands it pretty well by now. Two weeks to flatten the curve, but no masks. Two more weeks, but masks. You must mask. Protesters are grandma killers. George Floyd. Non-protesters are racists. Hunter Biden. The (s)election. Hydroxychloriquine to Ivermectin to vaccines, but no vaccine passports. OK, vaccine passports.  And on and on and on . . .

Yes, events are passing through the newswires with such rapidity that it's difficult to even keep up with them anymore. Don't believe me yet? Then allow me to demonstrate.

Six years ago (which is approximately three lifetimes ago in newtime) I wrote an article that imagined a conversation between someone in 2015 and someone who had time-traveled from the 1950s. It played on the idea of how completely the world had transformed in those 60 years and how the world of 2015 looked nothing like the world of 1955.

Well, today let's imagine that our interlocutor from that 2015 article fell into a coma immediately after having his conversation with the man from the 1950s. He just woke up yesterday. Now, someone from 2021 is trying to explain the last six years to him. . . .

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  1. cu.h.j says:

    Lol. This article made me laugh. It’s absolutely absurd how fast the bogus stories are coming out of MSM. And now they are blaming “surges” on “un vaccinated” people. I wonder who actually believes this bullshit and how many people are starting to wonder about the accuracy of the crap that’s coming out of MSM.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      My grin muscles are cramping bad.
      Not sure if I will be able to talk or eat today.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        My “bad”, but we don’t use adverbs in Texas.

        • redrose says:

          LOL

        • bleak says:

          Where are you? Highland Park?

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Way, way too rich for my blood.
            Highland Park is interesting, because the Park Cities are smack in the middle of the City of Dallas, but they have chosen long ago NOT to fluoridate their municipal water.
            I believe I posted a video on our DallasForSaferWater website which showed a tour of the Park Cities water treatment plant.
            https://www.dallasforsaferwater.com/

            No bleak, I live in a very poor section of a north Dallas suburb.

            Funny anecdote: Back around 1990 or 91, on the edge of the Park Cities at a vacant lot, I sold well over $600 in black-velvet Elvis paintings to the Park Cities crowd in one day because of their kitsch value.
            I had an old 1959 bread truck trying to do my roadside picture-selling stuff with. During the weekend that I was at that lot, a movie procurement guy came by. He rented my truck for the filming of the Jack Ruby film entitled: Ruby. They put a balsawood platform on the top, and made it look like a WFAA TV crew van. It is briefly seen in the film at the top street-side of the underground garage where Oswald was shot. Oliver Stone’s JFK had just finished shooting, so this “Ruby” film production was taking advantage of the props.

            • bleak says:

              fluoride of course not. I’m sure they have their own power backup ie total autonomy from the rest of D.

              I’m guessing Plano but this is rhetorical.

              Dealy Plaza most paranoia I ever felt from others in a one place. Who is who and why are they watching us? Logged a lot of hours there, grassy knoll, behind fence etc. So sorry I never took the book building tour. Felt I couldn’t handle hearing JFK lies back then but I should’ve just wore earplugs. Great JFK conspiracy bookstore nearby. I’m sure it closed a long time ago.

              https://postimg dot cc /PpFPqN0d

              Can’t find that movie anywhere I mean anywhere and I’m very good at finding movies. Ruby 1992 IMdb. HandBrake? VLC?

              What is it about traumatic events? For a very young child watching cartoons on Saturday afternoon unsupervised, “we interrupt this cartoon to shock your not yet developed brain into a state of fear”. Replaying Ruby shooting Oswald over over and over? Trauma based mind control because we can’t deal with it at the time it’s occurring, it gets filed in the “wtf?” part of brain. I don’t remember what day it is most days lately but I remember that.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              You are right bleak,
              It was a Sunday morning. It was a cold morning with light ice and a tad of snow on the ground in Big Springs, TX as my Father was driving back from a store with a few items. My brother and I were in the back seat of the car, but we weren’t really listening to the AM radio news reports. Suddenly, my Dad blurts out “Oswald ‘s been shot! Oswald ‘as been shot!” Both my brother and I repeat the phrase. Couldn’t wait to get home to tell Mom.

              Here is the 30 second trailer to the 1992 Ruby film.
              At the 2 second mark, you see the tail end of my 1959 bread truck at the top of the ramp which leads into the garage where Oswald was shot.
              https://youtu.be/8aW8M5OL7ZY

              For a number of years, our “North Texans for 9/11 Truth” Meetup group would have a 9/11 Truth table at the annual “JFK Lancer” event in downtown Dallas. We would give out free DVDs and info. Those “JFK Lancer” events were something to see with people from all over.

              In late November 2020, James Corbett did a presentation for the Dallas-based JFK Lancer event.
              Episode 389 – Debunking the JFK Silver Certificate Myth
              https://www.corbettreport.com/jfkfed/

              When one scrolls down the comments to “HomeRemedySupply”, you can see links to what the inside of these JFK Lancer events are like, including the girls who worked at Jack Ruby’s Carousel Club.

    • Winnipeg says:

      So many people Do believe exactly that line of thinking- the people without the shot, are the ones causing the variants AND the lockdowns.

      Honesty if one is suckered in to lining up to get the shot for the privillage of going to see a movie, my expectations of them are pretty low.

    • GENDUN LAMA says:

      Is the humor reaction a defense mechanism?
      For generations we have been conditioned to trust our government to protect us.
      Is it not clear that we are trusting in an illusion/delusion?

      This is a matter of assault by the power elite.

      Wake up, stupid.

      We are being exterminated, and there is nobody to defend us but ourselves.

  2. Fact Checker says:

    “Social distance. You know, stay two metres apart.”

    “I’m American.”

    “Oh, sorry. Two meters.”

    HEY-O! I could hear the rimshot!

    No, but seriously, I do love meta, absurdist word-play.

  3. Chadders says:

    And no doubt the 2015 coma patient was classed a rona hospitalisation. One of my work colleagues went into hospital recently for a heart operation and lo and behold, she tested positive for the rona whilst in there (no symptoms of course). But she became yet another Covid hospitaliation for the ONS figures. The way the likes of Whitty describe it, these covid hospitalisations are people turning up at A&E gasping for breath etc, whereas in actual fact they are just people already in hospital who are ‘testing positive’ and most likely without symptoms. For a man who should be the standard-bearer of the scientific method, this economy with the truth is utterly diabolical.

  4. JadeEyes says:

    <3<3<3

  5. scpat says:

    “These are mRNA vaccines!”

    “What does that mean?”

    “I don’t know. But it’s probably good.”

    lol

  6. Alchemist says:

    I know this is serious, but it’s so absurd I can’t help but laugh. In California, we had a whole month of semi-normal behavior, then all of a sudden the automatons are masked up and dodging each other again. Do they have apps on their phones to tell them when it’s mask day? WTF.

    • Steve Smith says:

      The absurdity meter is pinned at overload level.
      Yesterday, my wife, the only unjabbed sister out of four, received a text from her sister in the SF Bay Area who does administrative work in a hospital saying that her and her also jabbed boyfriend have contracted Covid.
      And that, here’s the best part, she wishes that Jen and I would reconsider our refusal to take the shot.
      There are no words.

      • Duck says:

        Steve Smith
        “.. have contracted Covid.
        And that, here’s the best part, she wishes that Jen and I would reconsider our refusal to take the shot….”

        I had a very dear friend die a while back, alone in hospital without visitors, in excruciating pain for a long time. His sister wrote to tell me what happened and said “at least he did not die of Covid…”
        🙁

        • cu.h.j says:

          I’m sorry for your loss. That’s awful. This did happen to people and it’s wrong to allow someone to die without family. Our hospital did allow visitors for end of life though.

          What difference would it have made if he died of Covid though? I would have been tempted to ask that. Dead is dead right and dying alone is the worst.

          • Steve Smith says:

            I think thats the point. People are so completely programmed and this poor lady was so consumed by the fear conditioning that she felt that it would be worse somehow to die of “Covid “.

            We’re not dealing with amateurs. They have dumbed down people in order to make their minds more susceptible and receptive to brainwashing and sadly its working perfectly.

            You have my sympathy Duck.

        • Alchemist says:

          What is going on in their brains? There’s no way to help these people unless we can figure out why they turned the think switch off. I suspect it has something to do with information overload and being conditioned not to use their natural instincts.

      • cu.h.j says:

        The absurdity and lack of common sense is astounding. But the same goes for flu shots, people take them and still get the flu. Why though would someone healthy take a research drug with so many potential deadly and severe side effects for a disease that the vast majority of people survive without lasting illness? I don’t get it.

        I have been so disappointed in some of the doctors I work with pushing this stupid and dangerous injection on healthy people “have you gotten the Covid vaccine, well you should really get it, etc.” And the stupid moronic doctor who told someone who had a fever of 103 and could barely walk and was vomiting and had diarrhea after the Covid shot, that this was completely normal, said the other day “I don’t know why people don’t want to take it, it’s just like a sore arm and some fatigue.”

        What happened to the minds of these people? I know not all doctors are stupid but I think a lot of them are just mindless drones now. And many of the nurses too, when they see first hand people coming in for side effects after the shot. What the hell? I’m sure they would hate me if they knew I’m not getting it, no one asks me though and if they do they will get a piece of my mind and keep their trap shut around me. I’m trying not to rock the boat too much at work because I need this job right now, since my husband was let go. I’m really disappointed in the medical profession for going along with this. It makes me sad because I’ve always liked my job and felt I was doing good for people. We don’t give Covid injections to people in the ER though, so it’s not like I’m delivering some toxic shit to people.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks ya’ll. I like hearing about these “mental gymnastic stunts” which the unaware pull.

      RELATED via Broc West and Del Bigtree Twitter – Article at “The Hill”
      https://twitter.com/delbigtree/status/1416726120070778880

      Top health expert says vaccinated people are spreading delta variant
      The CDC currently does not require vaccinated individuals to undergo regular testing.

      FULL ARTICLE (without brief video)
      Story at a glance
      ~~~ Christopher Murray said that vaccinated individuals may be contributing to the spread of COVID-19.
      ~~~ As the delta variant becomes the most dominant strain, Murray posits that not testing vaccinated individuals may overlook possible transmission points.
      ~~~ New data suggests that the delta variant may also be more resilient to the Pfizer vaccine.

      As some states report marked upticks in COVID-19 infections while the delta variant becomes the most common strain in the U.S., public health experts are encouraging further vaccinations to help curb transmission.

      Some experts, however, warn that vaccinated individuals may still be capable of contracting and transmitting COVID-19.

      Speaking to Insider, Christopher Murray, the director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, said that not testing vaccinated people — as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends — may be overlooking some transmission.

      “We actually have states where hospitalizations are going up more than cases,” Murray said, adding that “we’re probably missing a bunch of transmission in vaccinated individuals.”

      National data notes that more than 30 states continue to see rises in the number of COVID-19 infections. Experts attribute this to gaps in vaccinations and the rise of the contagious delta variant.

      While vaccines are beneficial in preventing severe infections, contracting the virus and transmitting COVID-19, vaccinated individuals are never completely protected against COVID-19. Breakthrough infections are possible, and the delta infectivity rate is still very high.

      “That’s the scary part,” said Hugh Cassiere, director of critical care services at the Sandra Atlas Bass Heart Hospital at North Shore University Hospital, on Long Island, New York, to NBC. “Delta has such a high infectivity rate.”

      Other data emerging from Israel suggest that the Pfizer vaccine is less effective against infections caused by the delta variant, which may explain the uptick in U.S. infection despite widespread vaccinations.[END]

      • Steve Smith says:

        Do you think it is still possible to get through to the part of the average normie brain that still retains the capability for logic?

        The hopeless optimist that I am. I sent my sister in law an email with a link to professor Chossudovsk’s interview and a strong suggestion that she wake up before she starts losing those she loves prematurely.
        I also suggested a good detox.
        But truly, I am beginning to think that, short of subjecting people to the Cathy Bates sledgehammer therapy. And then a steady diet of Corbett Report segments for a length of time, (To be determined), you simply can’t keep anyone’s attention long enough to reach them.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          I’m sorry…I know it’s your family…but you phrase it all so well that I’m laughing.

          ~~~~~~~~~~~
          For Corbett Readers, here is the referenced:
          Michel Chossudovsky interview about Graphene Oxide – MagnetGate
          https://www.corbettreport.com/nwnw20210715/#comment-113448

        • cu.h.j says:

          You could try to listen to what she thinks she knows about this nightmare, really listen to her, then perhaps she will listen to you.

          This stuff can be overwhelming and I had to stop for a couple years, until 2019. It also wasn’t affecting me yet (I know that’s selfish, but I didn’t really know what to do about it).

          The video “the covid vaccine is for everyone” is a good short to the point video I would start with.

          • Steve Smith says:

            “ You could try to listen to what she thinks she knows about this nightmare, really listen to her, then perhaps she will listen to you”

            A month or so ago during a reunion of sorts she and the other sisters all got together here in Florida. I learned exactly what all of them think about this nightmare. They all believe precisely what their television news tells them to believe.
            Heck, its a full time job for me to counter all the bullcrap that my wife, who still watches TV, hears everyday. Fortunately I am pretty well positioned to do that job because she listens to me and trusts me.

            Her entire family, (frankly mine too in large part), stopped listening to me years ago when I realized I was an anarchist and decided to tell everyone why. So I am reduced to dropping the occasional truth bomb and watching them ignore it.
            Because none of them, without exception are willing to discuss anything of substance with me. Even by email.
            To be fair, they are not unique in that. Even in my daily life I have learned that when you challenge someone’s preconceived ideas, even when armed with evidence and facts, or rather especially if you are armed with evidence and facts, you will generally be ignored. You will hardly ever be engaged in conversation. At best you will be accused of being a conspiracy theorist and given media talking points to prove it.

            • gepay says:

              My family is the same way. When I said I thought the official conspiracy theory of 9/11 was so absurd that there must be a better story they said OH no gepay’s a 911 truther. I was actually asked “what possible reason was there to make 9/11 happen as an inside job? It is the same with the pandemic. The more mainstream democratic they are the less they will consider the facts I present. Most of the people I know who don’t believe, don’t wear masks and stlll have me over for dinner are right wing. They still think Trump was working for them though. They apparently didn’t notice who was in his cabinet or if he appeared to be a puppet for anything Israel wanted.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Corbett Member Joe.s and I were on the phone this past weekend.
                (I recently, suddenly, had been completely removed from Meetup.com by the “censors”, even though many months prior I couldn’t email nor comment. Go figure on how that works.)

                Anyway, Joe and I were talking about the old days of 9/11 truth and our many, many, many, many activist actions…too many to log.
                We’ve noticed that those folks who are aware of the 9/11 Cover-up (really aware), know that the Pandemic is a scam by the “Powers That Should Not Be” for their own agenda.
                No one we know who is aware of 9/11 is getting the jab.

            • cu.h.j says:

              That’s frustrating and I think part of the reason people behave that way is because they don’t want to believe the obvious, at least that the MSM lies constantly. To me, that’s pretty obvious and once a person realizes that, the logical conclusion is that nothing they say can be trusted. Then from there, a person looks for other sources on their own.

              Or people just want to do what’s easier and that is to believe all the crap MSM spews out.

              I remember when I used to watch TV as a kid in the 80s. I thought the quality was much better. I don’t understand how anyone can watch TV these days though. My grandma watches TV out of habit, but doesn’t even understand what is being said and doesn’t believe it. She never believed all the Covid stuff. Her internal bullshit detector is still pretty good even for someone with dementia.

              • Steve Smith says:

                “ Or people just want to do what’s easier”

                Thats where I think the sentence should end. Human nature does usually cause one to prefer the path of least resistance. Thats why so many of us are or were addicted to crappy fast and processed food. Why there is an obesity problem. Addiction problems. Instant gratification junkies. Generations of nanny state dependents and dead beat dads.
                I really don’t believe that most people care about what they are absorbing from their electronic sewers.
                As I type this, in my business front office, I’m involuntarily listening to judge judy. All day long my wife insists on having her little box blaring out crime shows or entertainment shows and the midday propa…uh..news.
                Same thing at home. I don’t think she cares or considers anything she hears for more than a nanosecond 99% of the time. I think that its just white noise that she uses to help her not to think.
                And I don’t think that my wife is unique. This is one scary, baffling, bizarre world that we’ve allowed to arise and I don’t blame people for trying to escape reality in a pointless inane deluge of distractions.
                But I really don’t believe that most people put enough thought into what they hear to do anything except react as they are expected to by the programmers.

                Maybe a Carrington type event that fries everything electronic and sends humanity back to pre-industrial revolution world is the only hope.

                But I believe I heard somewhere that “hope is not a tactic “.

              • cu.h.j says:

                “Hope is not a tactic “ is probably accurate but people won’t try unless they have hope. The possibility of a good outcome is necessary for people to hold onto.

                People won’t do anything without hope and people who say they have no hope are deceiving themselves. People without hope usually end their own lives pretty quickly.

              • cu.h.j says:

                You’re right about doing what’s easier being a common tendency. I’m also guilty in many ways. I’ve never let my health go through. I’m too vain and also enjoy physical activity to an extent.

              • Steve Smith says:

                “ “Hope is not a tactic “ is probably accurate”

                I don’t believe that it is accurate at all. No matter how many times it is repeated by the pessimistic doom junkies.

                Its pretty well established that the placebo effect is a real thing. And what does the placebo effect do? It gives the patient hope that they have been given a medicine that will help them. And often it is the psychological effect of that hope that is credited with causing a positive response.
                By the same token, the nocebo effect is documented as well. Tell a patient that they only have 6 months to live and that doctor has helped insure that the patient will die in six or less months. Because they have had their hope crushed by someone who has an extremely limited worldview and likely limited experience.

                Thats why I am so persistent in stressing how important I feel that it is to keep resisting, struggling against the tide of misinformation, standing up for basic human rights like breathing for instance.
                The ones who promote giving up without a fight. The pessimistic and helpless. They are the hope crushers who, whether they are aware of it or not, are helping usher in tyranny and pave the way for our onrushing oppression.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Steve Smith

                You make a good point about placebo effect and hope. Because no one knows the future there is always hope and people overcoming the odds stacked against them. I have help save people’s lives who had almost no chance and by some miracle survived. This is why we must try and give it everything we have because we can win. If there is a God they are on our side.

              • Fact Checker says:

                cu.h.j

                “If there is a God they are on our side.”

                OOF! If there really is a God He will more likely smite you to Hell for eternity for slandering Him as nonbinary!

              • mkey says:

                What you describe as hope is, in my view, the effect of the mind on the body and health. Much of the disease starts in the mind, when a disturbed mind tells the body it is ill.

            • Alchemist says:

              Somehow, with the help of God, I was able to reach most everyone in my close circle, except one—a pedantic with a big ego. I’ve found that those who take pride in their book smarts and consider themselves intellectually superior to others are the hardest to reach. The truth shatters their identity. I gave up on him years ago, but I did give an obligatory final warning last year; which I knew he would dismiss. He is now proud to announce to everyone that he’s fully vaccinated and has the QR code to prove it. He also wears two masks to show that he double cares for granny. Overcompensating for something? I asked him why he supports medical tyranny and biosecurity when he used to stand for freedom and equal rights. Still waiting for an answer.

              At this point, everyone knows I have the red pill. If they want it, they’ll come to me. Most don’t want it and I can’t say I blame them. It’s a tough one to swallow.

              • cu.h.j says:

                It is a tough one to swallow. I’m so utterly disappointed and disgusted with some of my colleagues who support the tyranny. They have turned their minds and hearts off. It makes me sick.

                I used to really like my job and all the cool things I got to do but it has now been coupled with compulsory injections and that that is appropriate. I am dreading the time when I must go up against it.

        • TimmyTaes says:

          Hi Steve, My sister told me to quit sending her emails about the vaccines/jabs/gene therapy whatevers. My poor brother and his wife had the disease, but still got the jabs so they could visit our parents in the retirement community, where of course our parents had to get the jabs. My wife and I and our son won’t get the shots. Our daughter had the disease and got the jab for her job.
          All are so far okay. My brother and his wife flew to the UK two days ago to visit their daughter’s family in London. Masked up all the way to the UK on the plane. Don’t know if they had to get PCR tests or quarantine again at their daughter’s house.
          “It’s a madhouse!”, as Charles Heston exclaimed in “Planet of the Apes.”
          It’s global. It’s a power trip for the elites to make us slaves (again). It’s almost boring seeing the same old scripts play out.

          My friend Patrick sent me a screenshot of Tom Cruise and Harrison Ford at the British Grand Prix yesterday. Both were all masked up. My friend Arthur in Scotland says HF is in the UK making a film in Glasgow. The movie is set in 1930’s NYC, but I guess New York City is too dangerous or difficult to film in, so a few blocks of Glasgow have been made up to look like NYC in the thirties. So far its been all stunt work by HF’s stunt double. So Ford went to the race track. Hilarious to see Ford and Cruise talking with masks on. So dumb.

          • cu.h.j says:

            I don’t understand why people are believing all the bullshit and going along still after all this time. They don’t believe their own eyes or something. It feels like I am living in a movie like Invasion of the body snatchers.

            No one in my immediate family is getting jabs. My old grandma with dementia doesn’t want a jab.

            Have you noticed a change in behavior after the jab? My neighbor just does whatever she’s told and believes everything she’s very suggestible and a lost cause. Same with some of my old friends lost causes. To be honest if society collapsed entirely I wouldn’t give them any of my food or help them.

            Why help someone like that like a mindless drone. JC has a lot of empathy for people and I wish I could feel similarly but I don’t and am starting to think they are beyond help. All these musicians getting jabs just sold out so quickly so disappointing.

            • TimmyTaes says:

              I agree with you cu.h.j. Lost friends who now act strangely. Odd neighbors, too. I also would refuse them help.

            • vadoum says:

              maybe thats what the prophesies were intuiting: like the last betting round in the hi-low game is done, and now the players must show their true hand.

              succumbing to the con seems to be based on courage to question. That quality of character may be more earned and vital than we knew. Now its seems to be a measure of survivability.

            • Alchemist says:

              I’ve noticed a theme of underlying insecurity and pre-pandemic unhappiness / emptiness in those happy to participate in the masquerade. I think their new role fills a void and gives them purpose. My friends and family who lived fulfilling lives pre-Covid are not having it.

          • Steve Smith says:

            “ My sister told me to quit sending her emails about the vaccines/jabs/gene therapy whatevers.”

            I know for a fact that most of the articles and videos that I share are completely ignored. No one has asked me to stop sending them though. Perhaps because I usually include some personal stuff in the emails too. But when I later ask about what they thought about a particular thing. They confirm that they never checked it out.
            I have backed way off in my correspondence in recent months. But sometimes the information is too important to not try and share.

  7. bleak says:

    Just tell him about Rachel Levine. Straight up and NO sugar coating.

  8. Joseph says:

    Very good article!

    Unfortunately the worst is still yet to come in a exponentially accelerated way, if the people do not put an end to this madness.

    • Duck says:

      They will not stop it.

      Its too late, now that you have so many people who have had the shots, even given them to their kids, its too late because no way will people admit they just did something stupid…they would rather die.

  9. Duck says:

    Computing forever is correct that they will lock your computer itself down at a hardware level one day if they can… Windows 11 is a big step towards that
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/n5Mb18UiFvgn/

    About 6 min in SwitchedToLinux gets into TPM, hardware level control over what you can and cant open on your own PC

    • Ursulariches10 says:

      A computer technician takes care of my computer once in a while and downloaded free source, which he works on. No profits for Gates from me if i can help it. In the UK what browser is best now and which search engine? What e-mails are best?
      Is anyone on Telegram. I think it is Russian.

      • Duck says:

        Ursulariches10
        I am lazy and just use Firefox most of the time 🙁
        On the other hand I mostly run my web computing stuff in VirtualBox so that I can dump any tracking cookies and stuff. Running Whonix in virtualbox appears to work pretty ok too.

        If your in the UK you should look at getting used to using TOR or some kind of VPN or even just proxy chains because I bet that they will be dropping a China style wall on their internet soon if they are able. I expect you will be able to get around it if your even a bit tech savey…which excludes all the people who couldn’t get on the internet before about 2000.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLFFSPRiQo8 TAILS is a ‘live OS so you run it on your PC and when you restart it will go back to your regular system

        I don’t use Telegram but THIS guy who appears pretty well informed on tech has a poor opinion of it
        https://www.bitchute.com/video/qBTsUVrCDAQ/

  10. OldBullLee says:

    Greatly enjoyed this.
    It’s seems James could burst onto the satirical scene any minute now.

  11. Ayyub says:

    Sometimes I ask myself: Do the herds deserve a better lead of the elite?!

    But anyway, we have to resist. This is our duty. God sees everything.

  12. MagicBullet says:

    This is one of the few grass roots groups I’ve seen whose message is not dependent on big tech:
    https://www.visforvaccine.com/

    Very creative and “infective” because the participants can find like minded friends. A chapter in each of major cities focused on waking up the police would be a real thorn in the side of the planners.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Regarding “V Is For Vaccines”

      In case people missed it…

      THE AVENGERS with VACCINE FACTS
      Don’t miss this 3 1/2 minute Video !!!

      “The Marvel Demonstration: Avengers Campus” (via Joshua_Coleman)
      On June 4th at Disneyland, The Avengers took to the streets to bring a message about vaccines to the masked, sleep-walking masses.
      Be sure to catch the super-power levitation of the message at the end.

      — There are actually 3 very short worth-watching videos at this linked “sub-thread”.
      https://www.corbettreport.com/wef/#comment-111518

  13. TimmyTaes says:

    Thanks for the laughs, James C. Sometimes I can’t believe what’s happened in just 18 months. Our small town in Sonoma County, CA looks nothing like it did on March 14th, 2020. Parklets everywhere (businesses with tables in parking places, tent coverings, traffic barriers.) Bars and restaurants are all laid out differently now. People are less friendly if not downright hostile at times. No one drives at night after 10 PM. Oh, and we are on water restrictions of 74/gal/day/person due to reservoir mismanagement.
    Yeah, hit me over the head and let me go back 20 months.

  14. Won Fat Fuk says:

    I am not optimistic. It appears that the brainwashing has been very effective. I see TOO MUCH compliance. I’ve noticed that the people who watch a lot of television/movies, and are always using their smart phones, are the most brainwashed. The most brainwashed Men are those that are married to women who watch a lot of television/movies, and are always using their smart phones. Unfortunately, THIS IS MOST PEOPLE.

    For the overall population, Covid-19 has brought to light these two main groups: 1) Those that are brainwashed; and 2) Those that aren’t.

    With those that consider themselves “Christians”, you know, those people that say that they talk to God, and God TALKS BACK to them (all the time/daily), Covid-19 has absolutely “stripped their masks off” (I guess that counts for a pun), and separated them into two main groups: 1) Those that are deceived (whose Christianity is absolutely worthless); and 2) Those that aren’t. Recently, In a conversation with an old friend concerning his pastor I said, “How can he claim to have a PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP with God Almighty, where God talks to him everyday, but yet somehow God hasn’t told him that his government is running a con-game on him at the same time? That doesn’t make any sense.”

    The way it looks now, there are simply WAY TOO MANY people who have bought into the scam for there to be any actual widespread pushback. I wish it wasn’t that way. People are just going to go along with it. We have perfect examples of this from the last century with Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia. These animals have been trained to think that there is no way out. With the ground sending electric shocks to them, instead of jumping over the fence, they are just going to sit down and whine about it.

  15. CRM114 says:

    I was fascinated by these 4 videos last year, attempts to decode some of the word symbolism surrounding the propaganda narrative:

    My Corona, Episode 1
    https://youtu.be/ros9yu4GWpU

  16. J. P. says:

    It’s like everyone joined a wacky cult while I was having my lunch and no one told me.

    At least with an actual cult, you could laugh about it with another normal person. “Oh look at what those daft people believe!”

    Now the sane people are a tiny minority marvelling at how quickly and suddenly their previously sensible friends and relatives turned into fearful drones.

    There must be an episode of The Outer Limits or The Twilight Zone that reveals how the story ends?

  17. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Includes a Forbes YouTube Video…

    MERCOLA.COM July 17, 2021
    Expert Scientists Testify on Virus Origin
    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2021/07/17/expert-scientists-testify-on-virus-origin.aspx

    EXCERPTS
    Story at-a-glance
    ~~~~~ Expert testimony from two scientists adds to evidence that clarifies the origin of COVID-19, which they believe leaked from a laboratory in Wuhan, China, as a result of controversial gain-of-function (GOF) research
    ~~~~~ There is no evidence to support the theory that SARS-CoV-2 emerged from a wet market in China, and no animal host or widespread animal-to-human transmission has been found
    ~~~~~ SARS-CoV-2 has a unique trigger on the surface called a furin cleavage site and a unique code in the genes for that site called a CGG-CGG dimer; these markers do not exist in natural coronaviruses, but are known to have been used in GOF research
    ~~~~~ SARS-CoV-2 was preadapted for optimal human-to-human transmission, another sign of GOF research

    Two scientists were called as witnesses at the House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Select Coronavirus Crisis hearing, held June 29, 2021.1 Their testimony adds evidence that clarifies the origin of COVID-19, which they believe leaked from a laboratory in Wuhan, China, as a result of controversial gain-of-function (GOF) research.

    Many have stated that we’ll never truly know the origin, short of China confessing or a whistleblower coming forward. But as Richard Muller, Professor Emeritus of physics at the University of California, Berkeley, stated during his testimony, “We have a whistleblower, the virus itself.”2

    Muller, who has worked on scientific efforts that have won Nobel Prizes, states that the virus, which came out of China, carried with it genetic information about its origins.

    “In my mind, there are five compelling sets of scientific evidence that allow us to reach this very strong conclusion that, yes, it was a laboratory leak,” Muller said. Dr. Steven Quay, the first scientist to testify, came to the same conclusion that COVID-19 has a laboratory origin, based on “six undisputed facts that support this hypothesis.”

    A summary of the evidence, which they review in detail in the video above, follows, in the hope that, by revealing the true origin of COVID-19, we can help to prevent future pandemics and related loss of life….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      By the way, last week, when the White House press secretary Jen Psaki admitted that the Biden administration is working with Facebook to flag “problematic” posts that “spread disinformation” on COVID-19, Jen held up a printed copy of The Disinformation Dozen:
      Why platforms must act on twelve leading online anti-vaxxers
      , which is put out by the “Center for Countering Digital Hate Inc”.
      (40 page pdf report)
      https://252f2edd-1c8b-49f5-9bb2-cb57bb47e4ba.filesusr.com/ugd/f4d9b9_b7cedc0553604720b7137f8663366ee5.pdf

      Dr. Mercola is at the top of the list.

      1 Joseph Mercola
      2 Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
      3 Ty & Charlene Bollinger
      4 Sherri Tenpenny
      5 Rizza Islam
      6 Rashid Buttar
      7 Erin Elizabeth
      8 Sayer Ji
      9 Kelly Brogan
      10 Christiane Northrup
      11 Ben Tapper
      12 Kevin Jenkins

      • mkey says:

        What a load of garbage, I could literally feel my brain degrade in real time as I was reading just a part of it.

  18. SuperMom Belle says:

    “I’m American…[meters]… Still not reading you.”
    “Ahh . . . six feet!” (Speak [American] English, man).

    I laughed so much in this [in a laughter-is-better-than-crying sort of sense]. As I read it out loud, my partner (originally from a different country) laughed at me, laughing – at that whole “meters” part, especially!

  19. gauntlet33 says:

    Hey James, love your article. Funny stuff, for sure.

  20. mkey says:

    For this insanity to have any change and stay up in the air, people really need to forget what happened just a few weeks ago. Otherwise they’ll remember how hard they’re getting screwed … and, there it goes, cognitive dissonance kicking in, la di da di da.

  21. bladtheimpaler says:

    Besides an exercise in irony….? Meanwhile various US govt depts are submitting requests for larger budgets so that they can implement various economic elements of the 4IR. An example is retraining as either a coder or a renewable energy tech as the only pathways available under the ‘pay for success’ programs on offer.

  22. cu.h.j says:

    I wonder what the true purpose of the mRNA injection is. I thought it was to test the technology on a large sample but what else could these injections do? I don’t know why they are so desperate to inject everyone on the face of the earth. I wonder if the spike protein has another function.

    • Fact Checker says:

      Again, there is no reason to believe there is mRNA in any of these shots, let alone all of them. The only reason anyone believes the “mRNA” story is because the news repeated it over and over. In other words, the “mRNA” is only as “proven” as the “pandemic” is. It’s a Psy-Op.

      An attacking enemy does not announce the true plan of attack.

      The shots’ primary purpose, still, is simply to condition the Herd to accepting coerced penetrations into the body on command. This must include the knowing acceptance of experimental technology. (That’s why they formulated the “mRNA” tale, with its goofy “rationale” of forcing the subjects’ bodies to make an “immunogen”. Soon, when people are accustomed to getting experimental shots regularly, the Masters will dispense with the misdirecting “plausible rationales” and just say, for instance, “This shot will strengthen your link to the Hive Mind spatial web.”)

      I suspect the main tech that is being tested is the Hydrogel (aka “Lipid Nano-Particles”). This is some viciously toxic sludge, and I think they are bottlenecking the population so that those who remain will be the ones who can tolerate injections of Hydrogel. LNPs are a versatile vehicle by which to deliver successively heavier tech in wave after wave of additional injections, from Charles Lieber’s “virus-sized transistors” ( https://www.harvardmagazine.com/2011/01/virus-sized-transistors ) to “single-chip system” nano-machines powered from outside by ultrasonic beam ( https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/05/210511174133.htm )…and beyond. Each new tech-injection will result in a population bottleneck, and a population step-down, as those who can’t tolerate the new tech are wiped out unceremoniously, with their deaths blamed on whatever “variant” the news is up to at that point.

      The more shots, the more sickness; the more sickness, the more shots; until we’re all gone.

      Then, when the world population is at target 500,000, the orchestrators of the whole thing show video footage to their kids in history class: “See, everyone wore masks because of the deadly virus. We developed a vaccine, but it wasn’t enough, so everyone died. That’s why we get to live in Neo-Eden. (Oh, these robotic humanoid bio-slaves that cater to our every whim? The only way to save them was to merge them with machines. They like it!)”

      • gepay says:

        the severe sided effects and the deaths after the vaccination says that what they said about the mRNA gene therapy “vaccine” is probably true. It does make the body’s own cells make a modified version of the SARS COV 2 spike protein. The spike protein itself is a pathogen. It does not stay in the arm where the jab is given. It goes through the whole body. The immediate (up to 6 weeks) severe side effects are random. I speculate that possibly the vaccines given to people on the right list are placebos so there would be very few side effects. With a vaccine that doesn’t protect you against infection how would one know?

        • Fact Checker says:

          The inflammatory changes and blood clots could be caused by any number of toxins or invasive nano-tech. The shot’s just nasty stuff, any way you look at it.

          I’m not saying I’m certain there's no mRNA. However, since there was never a body of primary science studies on how mRNA will interact with human physiology, there's really no basis to say the effects of this shot are due to mRNA rather than something else. (Notice I said "effects"–not "side effects"–because when you don't know what the intended or general effect is, you can’t call anything a “side effect.”) Attributing the injuries and lethal effects to mRNA simply speaks to the power of suggestion: They get us all to subscribe to their Narrative even when trying to critique or debunk it. Everyone is trapped in a Psychodrome of Their construction. Nothing should be taken at face value, or for granted, just because it is embedded in the Narrative.

      • Steve Smith says:

        “ The more shots, the more sickness; the more sickness, the more shots; until we’re all gone.”

        You can say that again!
        Except for the whole “we’re” part. I just don’t see them hunting down some old peaceful, guitar playing coot in Florida who refuses to play along. I could be wrong but so could you.

        • Steve Smith says:

          And before you get worked up and spend a lot of time composing a witty comeback,. Or perhaps find yourself speechless at my heartlessness and simply decide to hate me more.
          Please, move here from that increasingly totalitarian state and I’ll buy you a drink, share a little homegrown and maybe even teach you a couple chords.

          “Changes in attitudes, changes in latitudes, nothing remains quite the same….
          If we weren’t all crazy we’d all go insane “

      • pearl says:

        “Then, when the world population is at target 500,000, the orchestrators of the whole thing show video footage to their kids in history class: “See, everyone wore masks because of the deadly virus. We developed a vaccine, but it wasn’t enough, so everyone died. That’s why we get to live in Neo-Eden.”

        Reminds me of Blake Crouch’s “Wayward Pines” trilogy.

        • nosoapradio says:

          and the descendents of vaccine-survivors are the abbies??

          y’know I was thinking the other day that I finally understood why there’d been so many zombie flicks in the last years – just more predictive programming showing the mass unquestioning of the vaccine. I can’t watch the vast majority of zombie flicks and definitely couldn’t watch “Walking Dead” once the poor horse got devoured. One zombie flick I particularly liked (besides the sappy B-movie-ish “Warm Bodies” was called Hidden (2015) by the Duffer brothers. (as far as I know, they’re still brothers.)

          jeepers. just saw those brothers also wrote and produced episodes for the TV series version of Wayward Pines!

          • pearl says:

            “jeepers. just saw those brothers also wrote and produced episodes for the TV series version of Wayward Pines!”

            Small world and no wonder! The Pines book series was my accidental introduction into zombies. I was disappointed by that development; for me the story spiraled down from there, but I was committed and curious to see how it ended.

            The Walking Dead – the tv series that just won’t die! Never appealed to me. I can’t read/watch science fiction anymore, too depressing. I guess that’s its purpose? Predictive programming: that’s a topic I’ve not really paid attention to, but when Corbett member “Noah’s Ark” posted that clip to Handmaiden’s Tale, showing all the mask-donning, red-attired slaves, I was appalled. I’m so sick of giving heed to their dark visions of the world. I’ll take Little House on the Prairie.

      • cu.h.j says:

        I watched this video by a German doctor and microbiologist and he explained the problem with the blood clotting issue with a hypothetical mRNA injection.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyPjAfNNA-U

        There are a lot of labs producing this crap. I think it would be hard to fake what they are supposedly putting into the injection, but not impossible. The supposed nanoparticles are very concerning and people aren’t discussing this as much. It would be interesting to do a deep dive on the supposed ingredients and everything that is known about them.

        But, I generally agree that they want to condition people into taking random injections “upgrades” whenever for whatever bogus reason that is put out there. This is why it’s important to stand up to this now.

        • Fact Checker says:

          It’s important to “stand up now” only to save yourself from a fate worse than death, which is what I consider a lifetime of being a test-subject for compulsory pseudo-medical biological experimentation, in a world where every individual is more strictly manipulated by an electromechanical surveillance-and-control grid, which will be used to study the effect of the rounds of experimentation that every human has in store for him.

          However, if you think “standing up now” will halt the Agenda, you’re just thinking wishfully. There is no reversing the worldwide self-destruct sequence that is already playing out in the human species. Vaxx-passports are a fait accompli. The only choice we have is to comply, or to fall away.

          I think you know damn well that if your colleagues in the hospital knew you were un-vaxxed, they would recoil, shun you, and probably file a complaint with Human Resources. That is the culture of the human species now, and it was programmed through trauma-based mind-control techniques, which means it is irreversible.

          Humanity is gone forever. Now, one can only either join Humanity v.2.0, or move aside.

          • cu.h.j says:

            They probably would hate me. Probably because it would confirm their own stupidity for taking a dangerous research drug. I know another person who said no and I am sure there are a few others. If they get cancer a few years from now I hope they will recognize where it came from.

            • Duck says:

              cu.h.j
              “… cancer a few years from now I hope they will recognize where it came from…”

              If they can convince almost everyone looking at their electronic magic mirror that we’ve just suffered something like the Black Death then they can make most every person with cancer just think its the order of things.

              Its easier to fool someone then to convince them THAT they got fooled

  23. wave.watcher says:

    Nah, that’s too far-fetched. It’ll never happen. Oh, wait… it IS happening.

    I want to know how they managed to so thoroughly brainwash/hypnotize so many, and most of all keep them in this trance to the point that they cannot see that reality is different from what they are being told.

    This 1995 movie called Harrison Bergeron, based on a short story by Kurt Vonnegut, has recently popped up and been spread around on Odysee. I had never seen it before, but there are ‘uncanny parallels’ with what is happening right now. I think it’s worth watching.
    https://odysee.com/@jackspirko:a/harrison-bergeron:a?r=2LTrzuX5eUGhsCoHex3TBcnuwXjRJ8Ja

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      “Harrison Bergeron – Full Movie from 1995”
      Thanks wave.watcher!
      I’ll check it out, just like I checked out Corbett’s Subscriber’s “Just for Fun” …Full Movies on BitChute.

      Joe Bob Briggs…eat my dust.
      Joe Bob from ”They Live” https://www.corbettreport.com/they-live-flnwo-18/#comment-101893

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        wave.watcher says:
        “I had never seen it before, but there are ‘uncanny parallels’ with what is happening right now. I think it’s worth watching.”

        You are right! I watched it and enjoyed it. The Story was good and it really puts Technocracy and Technocrats in the spotlight, along with other aspects in the film (e.g. “equality & the Chasm”, “awareness vs peer pressure”.)

  24. pearl says:

    Just saw this on Cryptogon:

    Tweets from Robert W. Malone, M.D.:

    So, I hope that this is hyperbole and an over-reaction, but last night an experienced journalist told me that I need to get security because I was at risk of being assassinated. I do not know how to even begin to think about this. I am just a middle class person. Security??!!??

    So, I guess I have to say this. I am not suicidal. I am at peace with myself and the world.

    https://www.cryptogon.com/?p=61789

  25. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Humans – The Chasm in Realities

    I gain a lot by hearing anecdotes of Corbett members describe their observations and interactions with others. There’s no doubt that some humans are hopelessly stranded on the other side of the great chasm.

    ANECDOTE
    As many people know, I live in a poor neighborhood, ‘cuz I’m poor too.
    Sunday, late morning, the urgent, rapid, repeated doorbell rings and knocks on the door had me pause on a Corbett comment. It was my neighbor’s 20-ish year old son. Her duplex front door is about 15 or 20 metres from my duplex door. Ooops…I mean meters.
    Her son was panicked. Really panicked! I stepped outside with him as he showed me a glob of molded, fungi ridden piece of gawd-knows-what about the size of a flat biscuit. He held it on a piece of plastic. He had found it near his garage.
    He thought that it might be a body part. Grinning, I said, “What? You think it might be someone’s ear?”
    He wanted to call the police. I said “No! Don’t do that.” I tried to reassure him.
    I told him that “No. It is not a body part. It is probably an old rag or dead rat or old McDonald’s sandwich.”
    He still wanted to call the police. I told him “No. No, Don’t do that. It is nothing to worry about.”
    This is where I failed, because sometimes I can be on top of the game, especially when I’m dealing with a past-Meth-head. I should had just taken it from him, and told him that I will run some tests to be sure before you call the police. Anyway, despite my reassurances, he walked away with a worried frown.

    Today (Monday), late morning, there was a doorbell ring and a knock. It was the boy again. He was fraught. I stepped outside. He started apologizing for Sunday, and saying “Everybody in the neighborhood thinks I’m crazy!” Tears started coming fast as he described how he had called the police. The Police came and said that he was hallucinating, and then took him to jail. “I couldn’t get out, couldn’t make a call.” They finally released him Monday morning and he walked home in the rain worried that the police would arrest him for walking home. He didn’t know what to do. His mom was major pissed.
    I gripped his shoulder firmly, and said in a fatherly way, “Here’s what to do. Do anything constructive. Work on a project. Clean the bathroom. Your Mom would probably like that. Just do something.”

    Chasms

    • Steve Smith says:

      Damn. Real life stuff.
      Thanks for being so open. Takes me back to other times in my life.

    • mkey says:

      I “learned” from a TV show that to get a meth head interested is something, you basically need to segway into it. In the show the guy started digging a hole in the ground to rid himself of the meth head guard/lookout.

      Can’t say that I ever experienced any people on meth. Does seem like a scourge onto the people.

      I did once have an interaction with a guy who was to an extent losing his mind. I was offering some IT services at the time and a colleague was looking for assistance for his cousin, a dentist. In my area dentists are doing very well on aveage, bit I think this guy closed shop.

      His woes probably started to exacerbate when he split with his wife. He became very much assured that people were following him through facebook accounts, he had several so that he could follow them as they followed him.

      To “resolve” the issue I changed his passwords as facebook did not allow the accounts to be deleted. I don’t know which way the guy went, but I’m sure there are ni technical solutions for his problems.

      • nosoapradio says:

        “…He became very much assured that people were following him through facebook accounts, he had several so that he could follow them as they followed him…”

        Reading this, I was struck once again, with greater clarity, by how much Facebook has brought out not only people’s obsession with appearences, but also (logically) their voyeurism and hence their paranoia and self-censorship…and identification with this digital and politically correct identity…

        it was like a pact with the devil: when people mass-adopted facebook, they forfeited any right to criticize mass surveillance… And virtue signalling became a survival reflex in this new panopticon that people had wandered into more or less freely…

        and any contacts I had kept with people in the States promptly ceased corresponding with me by email (nevermind paper letters) once they’d opened their Facebook accounts… no one wanted fully developed sentences and ideas anymore: just message box memes and emphatic correctness suitable for mass consumption…

        disclaimer: I myself have had a Facebook account since last October 2020, a desperate attempt to get reimbursed by a massive plane ticket broker who, despite countless form letters stating the contrary, had no intention of ever reimbursing me for my Sao Paulo tickets that became kaduc once life had been cancelled due to the engineered apocalypse.

    • cu.h.j says:

      HRS your anecdote made me laugh out loud!!!! Thank you for sharing this! I don’t think you did anything wrong. In fact he learned a lesson with no lasting consequences. Mainly that if he’s doing meth he should probably stop and/or if he’s got a psych issue needs to deal with it. I’ve been in some bad mental states myself and people need to be able to hold it together. I wish the world was more forgiving but it’s not.

      The fact that you’re trying to reach people on their level is pretty cool. But you mention people on completely different “wave lengths” and you’re right. I feel that I am on a completely different plane of existence and people couldn’t even hear me if I tried to speak with them directly about this whole bad hell hole shit show of the past 18 months.

      • cu.h.j says:

        Also, people who are actively psychotic, like this person seems like, there is no reasoning they will listen to. It’s all about their own perception of reality. In that state of mind, they will believe what is going on inside them rather than what the shared experiences are (other’s perspectives).

        People who actually are able to convince people who are actively psychotic that their reality might be wrong is damn impressive (I’ve never known anyone with that skill).

        I have a different sense of humor than many people btw. It’s all the years working in emergency rooms. They have a way of making people a little strange and laughing at things other people might not see as funny.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        This kid is a good looking guy with a nice muscular form. Occasionally, he will sneak a girl over when his Mother is at work. He can be very polite and well-mannered, always saying “Hi neighbor!”
        He has prescription meds and also has a history of a variety of street drugs.

        I’m wise enough not to let my guard down. I’ve had many, many, many lessons about being a victim of theft.

        But I like this kid. He has a heart and humanity to him underneath the mental confusions of the bio-chemical alterations to his personality.

        A few months back in the Spring, he asked if he could borrow my gas lawnmower for his yard. Curtly, “No. No you can’t.”
        But, I then showed him an extra electric mower I had which works great. I sold it to him with the promise to pay me $50. I lent him my electic power cord so he could get started with it. After a few days, he paid $40. Then later, the final $10. He was worrried about getting me paid off.

        He keeps the mower in the back of his SUV, not his garage.
        Some of the windows on the SUV don’t roll up. The rain pours in.
        Week after week, he would ring the bell and ask to borrow my cord. He would go mow other people’s yards and his own, returning the cord.

        After a few months of this cord borrowing, I told him that he needs to go buy one. It might have hurt his feelings or popped some of his exhileration. I haven’t seen him mow the lawn since. His Mother had some guy mow the lawn with a gas mower this past weekend.
        I’ll find out from the kid when timing works appropriately for his emotional state.

        • cu.h.j says:

          Maybe you could ask him why he hasn’t mowed the lawns in a while. Maybe there’s something he would be good at that you could help him discover. If he is using meth though should probably stop. It’s a very toxic drug.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            He had the mower stolen out of his car. No wonder, some windows were frozen down.
            He is mowing my front yard with a newer gas mower now. $10 I paid, but he offered to do it for $5.
            I’ve seen how he takes care of things…they break, get abused, weather or get stolen easily.
            We’ve always been on good terms.

      • Alchemist says:

        “…you mention people on completely different “wave lengths” and you’re right. I feel that I am on a completely different plane of existence and people couldn’t even hear me if I tried to speak with them directly…”

        It’s almost as if we entered another dimension and they stayed behind.

  26. Azulae says:

    Hello James! This was great, I’d pass it along to my English speaking relatives, but they’re too far inside the pit of lies and manipulation at this point.
    I don’t know if you’re aware of Rudolf Steiner and his work, but this article reminded me of this lecture of his that I listened to just a few minutes ago:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNJCevkuD3Q

    I found it very surprising to see such an accurate depiction/prediction of reality nowadays. I find his work fascinating, but I had never read anything he authored that was such a disturbingly precise portrait of what’s happening right now.

    I felt like sharing it with you.

    I watch every single one of your videos, you really helped me in 2020 (when I first discovered you) to realize the extent to which we are being abused and deceived. Thank you for everything you do. Your voice is invaluable in these times.

    • Alchemist says:

      From the lecture:
      “The idea that we have obtained some kind of absolute truth through our “glorious advancements” is mistaken.”

      Rudolph Steiner is one of the most undervalued minds of the century and if more people familiarized themselves with his work, starting with Waldorf education for the school-aged, perhaps our collective experience here on earth would be better. If we want to understand the mechanics of this spiritual war, then we need to take a deep dive into the spiritual sciences. This is how we win.

      Thanks for sharing and welcome!

  27. PeterofPan says:

    🙂

  28. mond says:

    An update to the French situation; on Saturday, July 18 multiple cities and towns across France were beset with large demonstrations against Macrons tyrannical new measures. The yellow vests and general public were even joined by police in the March for Liberty. England has repeatedly protested in the streets also!

  29. zyxzevn says:

    This plane doesn’t ‘exist’… Aurora Top Secret Spy Plane SR-91
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkvzT2KsD_s

  30. jcal says:

    My neighbor got the shot this past February and it has devastated his health. He’s maybe early 70’s, was super healthy and active, good weight, full of energy. He’s lost at minimum 40 pounds, walks slowly with a cane and said driving was excruciatingly painful. His wife was supporting him through this until she fell off a ladder and broke her femer on the side she recently had a hip replacement. We’re a tiny, tight community and are all trying to help them, but I mean what the hell. The shot was worth completely ruining your health and now your life? I guess so. The reaction stories are out there, yet people continue to risk it all to get these shots. I’m glad there’s a significant number of the population refusing (like me) and just won’t fly or go to Canada again or whatever. I will never, ever, ever get this shot. There’s nothing worth knowingly ruining my health for.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      What a tragedy!
      I bet there is an untold book full of stories like this.
      Thanks for the anecdote JCal.

  31. BrendaLeeK says:

    Thanks for putting that out there and the absurdity of all going on. Best to be able to laugh at it sometimes.

  32. Ukdavec says:

    Richard Smith, who edited BMJ for 13 years, on the state of health research: “It may be time to move from assuming that research has been honestly conducted and reported to assuming it to be untrustworthy until there is some evidence to the contrary.”

    https://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2021/07/05/time-to-assume-that-health-research-is-fraudulent-until-proved-otherwise/

    • mkey says:

      Whoopsies, that’s one plunder you’ll hardly get to see on the TeeVee.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Time to assume that health research is fraudulent until proven otherwise?
      QUOTE “It may be time to move from assuming that research has been honestly conducted and reported to assuming it to be untrustworthy until there is some evidence to the contrary.”

      Thanks Ukdavec. Very telling article.

  33. mkey says:

    Multiple Counties Now Significantly Lowering COVID Death Counts After Reviewing Actual Cause of Death
    https://thefreethoughtproject.com/covid-19-death-tolls-lowered-after-recount/

    Last month, TFTP reported on the county of Alamada, California and their bombshell admission that 25% of all deaths attributed to COVID-19 were “clearly not caused by the virus” at all. We predicted that this was just the tip of the iceberg — and it appears that it was. Now, another county in California, Santa Clara, has followed suit.

    Dr. Sarah Rudman, the county’s assistant public health officer, told the Mercury News that the original process—during the height of the surge—”was the right decision at the time.”

    “There were a number of reasons that our process in the height of the surge was the right decision for the time: The high numbers of deaths coming in, the lag in receiving information about why or how someone might have died, and the need to get real time information to the public to help people understand how to stay safe,” Rudman said Friday. “Now we’re able to do that deep review of the death certificates to make those detailed assessments.”

  34. HomeRemedySupply says:

    July 23, 2021 – Zero Hedge
    Dubai Makes Artificial Rain With Drones That Shock Clouds
    https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/dubai-makes-artificial-rain-drones-shock-clouds

    EXCERPTS
    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) uses drones that fly into clouds and deliver an electric shock to “cajole them” into producing precipitation amid dangerous heat waves regularly surpassing triple digits.

    According to Daily Mail, UAE’s National Center of Meteorology (NCM) is flying drones equipped with electric-charge emission instruments that deliver an electric charge to air molecules, which generally encourage precipitation.
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    CM has produced “monsoon-like downpours across the country” with drones to deter sweltering 122F heat. Footage shows Dubai battered with torrential rain produced by cloud seeding technology.

    The country already uses cloud-seeding technology, such as dropping salt and other chemicals into clouds to stimulate precipitation.

    The latest cloud seeding operations via drones is part of a $15 million program that is already producing rain in the country, which ranks one of the top driest in the world. The country has plenty of clouds, so triggering rainstorms with electrical charges via drones shouldn’t be an issue. Not every cloud will trigger, but seeding “increases the amount of rain by between five and 70 percent,” Daily Mail said.

    Rain triggered through cloud seeding is much cheaper than desalinated water, where about 42% of the country’s water originates.

    Cloud seeding via drones has enormous potential and shows water can be tapped from the sky. This technology might be helpful to North and South America, where huge megadroughts impact water supplies and damage crops.

    The downside to artificial rain in arid climates is that these areas aren’t well-positioned to handle downpours and may result in flash floods. There’s always a caveat when playing with Mother Nature.

  35. Leo G says:

    For reports of people who have had near death experiences, some involving comas, see nderf.org (Near Death Experiences Research Foundation dot Organization). There are about 4900 reports and counting. Thank you to all the commenters who have posted here.

  36. Neil1984 says:

    Hello,

    Was wondering if somebody could point me in the right direction to understand these topics even deeper.

    Influence of vaccination upon other diseases by William Osler (very hard to find) Is there any other authors who have written about this subject?

    Also while I’m at it, is there any authors who write about Transhumanism worth reading?

    Regards,

    Neil

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