What NO ONE is Saying About The Lockdowns

11/24/2020244 Comments

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If you are advocating for lockdowns, you are complicit in tearing families apart. You are complicit in inflicting untold suffering on millions of people around the world. You are complicit in casting the poorest and most vulnerable in our societies into even further grinding poverty. You are complicit in murder.

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This is James Corbett of corbettreport.com.

In 2006, a 15-year-old high school student from Albuquerque, New Mexico, won third place in the Intel science and engineering fair for her project on slowing the spread of an infectious pathogen during a pandemic emergency. Using a computer simulation that she developed with the help of her father, she argued that in order to slow the spread of the disease, governments should implement school shutdowns, keep kids at home and enforce social distancing.

Incredibly, that third-place high school science fair project can be tied directly to the lockdown policies being implemented by governments around the world today. You see, that father that she developed her computer simulation with was no average doting dad, but a senior researcher at Sandia National Laboratories who at that time was working on pandemic emergency response plans for the US Department of Homeland Security. His proposal to implement school shutdowns and, if need be, workplace shutdowns in the event of a pandemic emergency, was developed at least in part in response to his daughter's high school project.

Now those advocating for lockdowns have seen the destruction and death that those policies have wrought this year, and we are living through that right now. Not only are people being deprived of their livelihoods and forced into grinding poverty as a direct result of these shutdowns, but now the undeniable truth is that if you are advocating for lockdowns, you are advocating for some portion of the population to be consigned to death.

This is no longer debatable. It is even openly admitted—although months too late by the World Health Organization.

DAVID NABARRO: I want to say it again: we in the World Health Organization do not advocate lockdowns as a primary means of control of this virus. [. . .] We may well have a doubling of world poverty by early next year. We may well have at least a doubling of child malnutrition because children are not getting meals at school and their parents and poor families are not able to afford it.

This is a terrible, ghastly global catastrophe, actually. And so we really do appeal to all world leaders: stop using lockdown as your primary control method. Develop better systems for doing it. Work together and learn from each other. But remember, lockdowns just have one consequence that you must never, ever belittle, and that is making poor people an awful lot poorer.

SOURCE: The Week in 60 Minutes #6

This is the point at which, no doubt, I'll be expected to produce the data to back up the non-controversial observation that lockdowns kill, even though that data will do precisely nothing to penetrate the consciousness of those who have already decided that they occupy the moral high ground for advocating locking billions of people around the globe as prisoners inside their own homes. But persevere I will.

I'll point, for example, to the letter signed by hundreds of doctors calling the lockdowns themselves a "mass casualty incident" and exhorting politicians to end the shutdowns.

I'll point to the research that shows that thousands of people will die because of delays to cancer surgery treatments as a result of the medical shutdowns.

I'll point to the research of the Well-Being Trust showing that 75,000 Americans are expected to die deaths of despair—including alcohol and drug misuse and suicide—this year alone as a result of the lockdowns.

I will point to the research of The Lancet showing that 265 million people are expected to be thrown into severe food insecurity as a result of these lockdowns.

I will even point to the research showing 125,000 children are expected to die from malnutrition as a result of these lockdowns.

But, as I say, none of these deaths will matter to those who have already decided that they are right and virtuous for advocating locking vast swathes of the human population inside their own homes to starve to death in the name of slowing the spread of a disease that even the epidemiologists who have been wrong about everything this year tell us will kill less than one percent of the infected.

Yes, slowing the spread, not stopping the spread. This was never about stopping a pandemic. Even the lockdown advocates never advocated that. But somehow that has been forgotten and "15 days to flatten the curve" has turned into a never-ending carte blanche for the biosecurity state to implement any number of draconian policies on its population, any number of policies on the checklist of the would-be dictator. Not only locking people inside their own homes, but constant surveillance of the population through the contact tracing and tracking apps that are increasingly being implemented around the globe, and, inevitably, the proposals for mandating the experimental vaccines, which agents of the state will forcibly inject into people against their will.

This is not acceptable.

We cannot allow this to stand.

If we forsake this, our most basic right—the right to step foot outside of our own homes—then we forsake our humanity itself. An important part of what makes us human is being taken away from us in the name of stopping the spread of COVID-19.

But there is good news for those who have managed to retain their sanity in the time of insanity. We do not need a complicated plan in order to subvert this agenda. We do not need special deputization or to ask permission from the government. We do not need to join any particular political party or even any particular protest movement.

All we have to do is disobey these unlawful "orders."

CASSIE ZERVOS: The persistent anti-lockdown protesters said they will not forget Melbourne's strict 112-day measures as they took to the steps of Parliament. They carried signs saying "Don't trust the government" and chanted for police to join them in their rally.

SOURCE: Melbourne anti-COVID lockdown protest turns ugly outside Parliament House

BUSINESS OWNER: I've lost friends who've killed themselves. I've seen clients die because they've lost their livelihood.

HEALTH INSPECTOR: I'm sorry to hear that.

BUSINESS OWNER: I know you are and I'm just a—I'm asking for you to guys have some compassion.

SOURCE: Buffalo, New York Business Owners Stand Up to Cuomo Lockdown Orders

ASHLEY DRIEMEYER: Can he arrest us all? Because, from what I am gathering, in this area we are all banding together and going against our governor.

SOURCE: Illinois restaurant owner will defy new state restrictions


SOURCE: Protests in Denmark - Epidemic law and mandatory vaccines - EPIDEMILOV

BUSINESS OWNERS: Get out! Get out! Get out! Get out! Get out!

SOURCE: Buffalo, New York Business Owners Stand Up to Cuomo Lockdown Orders

If you have managed to retain your sanity during this time of widespread insanity, I applaud you and wish to assure you that you are not alone. Many, many people all around the world are defying orders. They are protesting against these lockdowns. They are standing up. They are disobeying.

But of course the corporate-controlled press don't want you to know that disobedience is an option on the table, and they will not report on this. But disobedience is an option. Open your business. Leave your home. Do not ask for permission. Disobey.

To those who are still advocating for lockdowns, I encourage you to do so to the face of those parents who have lost their teenage children due to suicide as a direct result of the shutdowns and tell them that their child's death doesn't matter because it wasn't listed as being due to COVID-19. Or do so to the face of the tens of thousands of others who have already lost loved ones as a direct result of these shutdown or the hundreds of thousands more who will die as long as these lockdowns endure.

If you are advocating for lockdowns, you are complicit in tearing families apart. You are complicit in inflicting untold suffering on millions of people around the world. You are complicit in casting the poorest and most vulnerable in our societies into even further grinding poverty. You are complicit in murder.

A line is being crossed right now. Which side of history are you on? Make your decision now and make it wisely, because your actions during these times will not be forgotten.

You have been warned.

This is James Corbett of corbettreport.com.

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  1. hbihun says:

    Well said.

    This is all about population reduction which is a nice way of saying murder. I have already told my wife that I will go to prison instead of taking any vaccine. She was very upset but now she has accepted the fact. If you want to stop this you have to occupy a prison cell and stay there. Every time a person goes to prison another person is released. They are full. Can’t wait for the thugs to come and arrest a 70 year old man. Keep fighting the good fight James.

    • gauntlet33 says:

      I wouldn’t go to prison as they are likely to inject you there against your will. Better to have a shootout at my home.

      • Octium says:

        Agreed, if a few people “Who were only doing their job” come home in a box, others might think twice about their jobs.

        • Arby says:

          If you are being physically attacked in your own home, that is not an unacceptable response. It may be the case that the unwillingness of so many to consider it is unacceptable. I remember one video that Spiro did in which he expressed frustration with the way people just rolled over when the hoaxsters began their hoax/terrorist operation. He alluded to an expression that was common, namely (in regard to the US), ‘there’s a gun behind every blade of grass’ suggesting that we’ve seen that instead there’s a ‘patriot behind every roll of toilet paper’. Obviously, That’s not patriot in a good sense. That’s patriot in the sense of “I always obey the authorities, no matter what they tell me to believe or do.”

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    • di says:

      Prison isn’t realistic, I think they’ve thought of that. I live next door to a football stadium, which currently is set up as a ‘flu clinic’. Creepy. If we let this continue, I imagine that in the UK the stadia and Nightingale ‘Hospitals’ will become mass vaxx facilities, and following that they can be turned into isolation camps for the refusers. Don’t get caught. Whatever happens, I intend to see it to the end if necessary, and fight the whole way. Yay, ratburgers! (Demolition Man)

    • NES says:

      Actually, think about it. Even though the world’s predatory group continually talks about population control these lockdowns cause the opposite, especially at the lower socio-economic levels. There will be a baby boom next Spring–guaranteed. The socio-economic levels that are not hurting right now have the education to understand that their kids are at home ALL THE TIME right now and to think–How will this play out in the future? Maybe we don’t want to have any more children in such an economic and social environment? The boom on the one hand and the reluctance to birth new babies on the other creates deeper economic dividers that will cause a further separation of the ‘classes’, to use a horrid word. It’s been going on for 50-yrs–the separation of the classes. The predatory class must have lots of uneducated/under educated minions to further and continue their program. Without that they are dead in the water. Energy has to be taken from everyone to feed the energy vampires.

      • NES says:

        The predators want to eliminate the middle class for more control over the ignorant masses.

        • Fact Checker says:

          They want lots of bio-slaves to choose from, while all those who are even potentially independent-minded will be culled.

          Whitney Webb often writes about the sex-for-food rings run by the international philanthropies, preying on refugee populations, like the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in places like Myanmar.


          That system is going to go worldwide. Dynamos like Karl Schlob are going to have an electronic global index of nubile bio-slaves to choose from. Like Backpage, except advertising underage slaves. The bio-slaves will be injected with a kill-switch, so their obedience will be guaranteed.

          The population explosion that The Apex Parasites have facilitated is because, sure, they want the population ultimately reduced. But they want lots of human biodiversity in the remaining captives. Variety is the spice of life, even for transhumanists!

  2. nexangelus says:

    Wait, James, a sprinkling of “hopeful” reportage on rule breakers…amidst the stupid new language they have introduced (adding the words essential and socially distanced after every freaking sentence, cos we still need brainwashing) and the non rule breakers for balance, don’t you know. Loved the older lady who says, “I think my mental health is far more sensitive” in response to “You’re not worried about the risks of the virus?”


    Not sure if peeps overseas can watch this….

  3. scpat says:

    The guy who filmed the NY business owners kicking out the sheriffs made a short video explaining the context of that situation.


    • Arby says:

      Tim refers to people social distancing as a responsible thing. Yes, People are going to push back as they continued to be squeezed. I just wish the same people who become celebrities for disobeying were interested in understanding what’s going on. Then, When they get attention for pushing back and they have a platform, they can be ‘effective’ in their pushback. ‘Just’ disobeying doesn’t educate anyone. A lot of the pushback we are seeing by people like Tim could be more inspiring.

  4. dcc2011 says:

    My husbands 86 year old aunt died recently because she said f**k it and stopped eating. She lived in a nursing home in Michigan and was not allowed to leave the facility or have visitors.

  5. gauntlet33 says:

    James, I’ve got to say, I highly admire your compassion in putting together these videos on now a daily basis. I know you care and love the human spirit and that’s why you dedicate so much of your valuable time to producing these videos so that we may hopefully save as many lives as possible and to save our freedoms.

    I further admire your capacity of keeping your sanity and your restraint as I see you maintaining your composure, leveling your frustration as you continue to distribute this information to others, albeit perhaps with a bit of grinding your teeth as it seems unbelievable that billions of people can’t see the scam for what it is.

    I believe our best (and perhaps only) hope is to continue spreading the word, so I encourage everyone else out there to spread the word and links to this site to as many open minded people as possible to change the narrative.

    • 8Gc58 says:

      I second your words, gauntlet33!

    • Arby says:

      I worry about anyone like James who fights darkness (for the most part) so energetically – when they are a parent. I know that he doesn’t do what he does lightly. He clearly feels that he’s needed in this fight or why would he endanger his family? He’s taken to heart the message that Catherine Austin Fitts has for people: There’s things worse than death. And I guess that that implies that there’s things worse than being silent and hoping that that will protect you and your family from the rampaging police State. (Things worse than death? There’s the nightmare for all of mankind that we see coming, if our eyes are opened.)

      I see that nightmare coming, and expect that it will arrive, fully, but I also believe that it will be a super short-lived nightmare.

  6. suzt says:

    Dearest James,
    I am so grateful to have you and this community in my life. I admire your ability to research and dig deep in the weeds and maintain the bigger picture. I have no idea how you maintain your sanity when focusing on this for so many hours daily. And I really appreciate your passion. You have the rare personality to deliver this information so effectively and passionately.

    Thank you so much.

    My protest actions:
    1. Refused to return to Ecuador in early March 2020 because the gov’t declared full medical martial law. I’m well known there and was clear that I was prioritizing my personal freedom by staying in the part of Mexico with no gov’t mandates and because Mexico does not have a 5G roll out yet. (In March 2020 Telcel negotiated a huge 5G contract but it’s for the Northern part of Mexico. The gov’t followed suit and signed a huge cloud deal with IBM)
    2. Post information (often from your great list of sources and links) in gringo forums to make information available not covered by Corp Media.
    3. I do not wear a mask but do put one on briefly to enter an essential store.

    I remain hopeless but I haven’t given in.

    • J.P. Wheels says:

      This is off subject, but how is it down there? Do you get the vibe Mexico will implement full on martial law in the future? Where does the Mexican government stand on mandatory vaccination? I ask because I’ve seriously thought about moving down there to get away from the COVID insanity in the US. Thank you!


      • suzt says:

        Hola J.P.,

        My hunch and absent a crystal ball is you have to look at each state in Mexico as the nat’l gov’t is weak (I find this attractive).
        So I suspect that southern Mexico is the best place as:
        1. Oaxaca and Chiapas are the poorest states in Mexico and all we do is grow food. But Chiapas has a heavy military presence due to drug cartels.
        2. Oaxaca: the gov’t hasn’t been able to control the people here who protest and the gov’t backs down. (2009 teacher’s strike)
        3. I think the smartest step would be to look into the Freedom Cells as we each need to be in solidarity with our local community. That is very difficult if you enter a new culture as a foreigner.
        4. RE: vaccines etc. my short term strategy is I am not doing international flights at all.
        5. The technology of 5G is a minimal requirement to execute the NWO so being in a place where they haven’t even started is good (short term only).

        I left the USA because I thought the culture was spiritually bankrupt. Neoliberalism has spread over the globe so I now meet indigenous people with smart phones who want to be “like the USA”.

        I’m 76 and I don’t think “they” have the technology in place yet. My tactical strategy is to stay as far away from modern/developed cultures as possible.

        Lastly, there is a lot of compliance here with masks and hand sanitizers and pueblas closed access to non-residents and foreigners…other pueblas remained open etc. Many comply because they have to work. There was no mandatory lockdown in the state and yet the elite and upper middle class Oaxacans went into self-isolation and that shut down the restaurants etc. I get shamed by them for not wearing a mask and for being out and about.

  7. scpat says:

    Does anyone remember the kids cartoon film, A Bug’s Life? Below is a 1-minute clip from that film that illustrates the point and power of resistance and why it’s so important what the NY business owners did, and even more important that they got it on video and that the video is going viral.

    Because once people see that they are gaining critical mass against the oppressors, it will be like a flood gate opening up on them and it will be over. Of course, as James says, this is exactly why we won’t see scenes of resistance too much on TV or social media. This point is explained beautifully in this short clip.


    • 8Gc58 says:

      I sure do. A great clip. Thanks, scpat!

    • manbearpig says:

      I dunno…

      I always kinda assumed that, unlike the cockroaches or whatever in that clip, TPTSB have microwave weapons and tanks and bombs and missiles and machine guns and tasers and all that.

      So, I’m not sure that the ants would win if the cockroaches had that.

      If I’m honest, this video by Mr. Corbett leaves me with an uneasy feeling: maybe it’s simply that “I’ll have to get wet” but

      there’s a muddy line presented here between protest; i.e. storming the steps of parliament AND disobedience; i.e. by going out during lockdown and opening your shop;

      though both will probably lead to violence.

      In a sense, we’re being asked to choose between our lives (however compromised) and our legacy.

      Moreover, and maybe more importantly, though I’m probably second-guessing myself into convenient paralysis

      I’ve sensed that the MSM has been trying to whip the masses into a frenzy with “in your face” provocation: Indignez-vous! Occupy Wall Street! Black Lives Matter! Police killing people live on video by symbolically pressing their knee against the neck of their victim, the widespread awareness (via social media) of the dangers entailed in RNA/DNA-altering vaccines being pumped into arms at Warp speed. Even just Trump’s victorious presidential election is wildly provocative (especially overseas) as is “vote-frauding” him out of office (especially “at home”).

      Lockdowns have ramped nervous pressure up so much people are ready to explode and TPTSB know this and have certainly planned for it and yet seem to be actively provoking it, making it happen.

      But I don’t think they’ve conspired to whip out the energy weapons;

      They need an explosion to get the masses to let off steam so they can subsequently “negotiate” with them and enact so-called compromises that the people (who mostly want and believe in government, though with a show of “sustainable” change) will feel like they’ve imposed.

      So, tentatively and with a considerable degree of uncertainty and confusion, I’d agree with disobeying the enforcement of murderous pseudo-measures such as lockdowns and masks

      but I’d put a damper on even passive (agent provocateur-infested) protesting which, it would seem to me, plays even more quickly into the hands of “the elites”

      even if disobedience will also certainly lead to violence but hopefully of the less intense, bloody and deathly sort.

      But do prepare.

      That was on my mind.

      • scpat says:

        I share some of your thoughts and feelings. But if everything is 5-D chess and we are always second guessing everything because it could be a move by TPTSB, which is a move inside a move, to fool us that they are really making another move, then we will be frozen or locked by our own pondering intellect, unable to act. I think the big thing is just to act within ourselves and do what we can do to make a difference, and everyone has their own specialty or some form of resistance that they are more geared toward. Just do that.

        • Arby says:

          It’s got less to do with chess and more to do with force. The war-making State not only commands armies, police and security orgs, but it is lawless. We – if we are civilized – are constrained by principles. The police State and those who seek to please it by working for it, some for pay and some on a voluntary basis, the latter showing it’s loyalty by all sorts of voluntary acts of hostility toward the non compliant and the independent-minded, big and small (as “amateur government agents” in the word of Randolph Bourne), has powerful darkness at its disposal. We can’t fight that successfully. It will take a higher, righteous, power.

    • Libertydan says:

      The Grasshoppers in “A Bug’s Life” are easily seen as authoritarian slave masters and thus make it much easier to stage a revolution against them.

      What we are currently fighting is a World Wide Physiological Operation whereby the Masses (Ants) are deceived into fighting each other. Those who simply wish to be left alone, maintain control of their own body, and be Free, are being targeted as a threat to “The Collective” when in Fact they are not, (as James points out above).
      Indeed, the answer to our dilemma is to Unite against the Controllers, but the Controllers have deceived many among us to do the Controlling for them.
      This is why Communist China has been plotted to be the Example of how to beat “The Virus”. China does not respect individual rights. People are pawns there, to be used for the “Collective/Government”, which is run by self serving elites. The Chinese people are not Free, and neither will we be, if we continue to fall into this Trap of Collectivism.

      Freely Uniting behind a common cause is not the same as Collectivism. Those who wish to use Usurped powers of western Governments against God given Individual Rights are the enemies of Freedom. Indeed we do have many Communist/Socialist/Collectives among us that have been brainwashed into thinking that they are doing good by supporting the Lock-downs and Mandatory Vaccinations (the idea of an Inject-able Identification System is Sci-Fi to them)
      On the other hand, there are many people who have lost their Souls and will do anything for Money and/or Power.

  8. sewd says:

    Lock-downs are weapons of mass destruction. Crimes against humanity. Mass murder. That is what I wrote to the powers-that-should-not-be. I doubt anyone is listening. I will not comply.

    • Libertydan says:

      RE: Lock-downs
      So far I have been able to go where I want, and do what I do, with the exception of being censored from time to time. Indeed, I have a lot less places to go given that the Witless Governor (that should have been Impeached 6 Months ago) has gotten the Health Department to close down all the Bars and Restaurants again. Even though the State Supreme Court Ruled that her Powers under the Declared Emergency Act expired on April 30th, she has found ways to force the closure of “Licensed” Businesses which she considers unessential.
      Also, crapping my style, is that this is the first year that I have not been invited to Thanks Giving Dinner somewhere. Indeed, making it clear that I will not get “The Shot” under any circumstance, has it’s consequences.
      The way I see it: I am Free, they are not.

      About the best I can do is to make it known that I am not getting “The Shot”, and that I highly recommend that they do some research on it.

      Indeed, I don’t think calling them murderers for being Collectivists is going to move them in the right direction

  9. mkey says:

    Thanks for reminding me of that 3rd place project that served as the basis for the lockdown idiocy. Only government busybodies could ever stoop down to such level of charlatanism.

    Mind you, some failed states opted not to go through with the second wave lockdown. They probably did that due to inability of even being an efficient authoritarian state. It seems, when you max out nepotism level, all the ranks are filled to the brim with lazy and incompetent lackeys. These people can’t be bothered to abuse your freedoms.

    The second reason the gubment steered clear of the lockdown course is that they don’t like bearing the cost of such an intervention. Or the perceived cost of it, at this stage it’s just numbers anyhow. Massive debt hasn’t prevented them from plunging ever deeper in debt previously, but now something appear to have changed in the formula.

    Instead of locking down, they opted for an incessant molestation of the mind (what’s left of it, it’s endangerment of an already endangered species, the thinking denizen) through long protracted stream of insane proclamations; shortening of working hours, cutting down on “family gatherings” in a seemingly never ending bidding to the bottom, limiting access to shops on certain days.

    And, of course, the esteemed mask wearing. The vaccine talk is now slowly starting to protrude, these people can’t be bothered to even produce propaganda in a timely fashion. Vaccines are just around the block and the people are insufficiently afraid to run to get their extremely experimental shots.

    I think they indeed are completely lost, it’s a laughable gaggle of unread, unthinking idiots.

    Turns out living in a failed state is not without its merits.

  10. Libertydan says:

    This short Corbett Video appears to be directed toward the Normies, and yet I don’t know if it will reach them.
    On the other hand, one has to fight fire with fire, and the Communist/Socialist/Collectives have accused those that simply wish to maintain the God given Right over their own body with “Killing the old and weak”.
    Indeed, it is they, who promote Lock-downs, forced Mask-wearing, and forced Vaccinations that are the real Killers.
    It is the Reaction to the Illness that has proven to kill more people than the illness.
    They Will take your Soul if you let them!
    So, we must not let them.
    Together, in numbers, we can Stand Against them and win. Whereas, Divided we will be taken one by one.
    We are many, and they are few. That is why they must divide us or they lose.

    PS You don’t know who will Stand-up with you until you try. And, even if you can not muster the courage to do so alone, perhaps you can respect and support those that do Stand-up so that they will not be alone.
    Back in the days of the Vietnam War there was a Bob Seger song: “Too many people looking Back” which I always though should have been titled:
    “Too many people looking Bad”

    The message of the song seems to hold true today more than ever!

    • Arby says:

      What has communism got to do with ANY of this? Do have some aversion to the word ‘fascism’? Bill Gates et al are so far from communist it isn’t funny. They are fascists. They are capitalists. Worshippers of capitalism might find their antics embarrassing, but it is what it is.

  11. gerald.s says:

    Thank you James. The link below is to an article by Jay Bhattacharya, M.D. Ph.D. that is perhaps the clearest picture of how we should respond to COVID 19. It is about a 10 minute read.


  12. Ahmed Al Zamily says:

    Well said James. You put forth everything that’s wrong about this draconian measure known as “lockdown” into a short, concise video. I’ve tried with people before, but they still think this is about “saving grandma” despite it being completely the contrary, and persist in calling those opposing lockdowns “selfish”. They’ve been programmed to the point that they can’t be reasoned with. Perhaps this video will be a wake up call for some who are on the verge or about to dip their toes into the rabbit hole.

  13. scar9 says:

    Thank you James

  14. bollir says:

    Well done, James. Your words drop like bombs.

  15. Simon says:

    search ‘lockdown increase in abuse’ does not make good reading. You can add a word and it gets worse.

  16. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This World War 3 is like no other war.

    As the Authoritarians covertly murder, injure and destroy the lives of millions, the destruction gets painted over with lip gloss.

    I am so glad Corbett said this:
    “If you are advocating for lockdowns, you are complicit in tearing families apart. You are complicit in inflicting untold suffering on millions of people around the world. You are complicit in casting the poorest and most vulnerable in our societies into even further grinding poverty. You are complicit in murder.

    A line is being crossed right now. Which side of history are you on? Make your decision now and make it wisely, because your actions during these times will not be forgotten.”

  17. suzt says:

    James said: A line is being crossed right now. Which side of history are you on? Make your decision now and make it wisely, because your actions during these times will not be forgotten.”

    Hot off the press: The Governor of Vermont announced the schools will question the kids next Monday to see if they traveled to another home for Thanksgiving. They are asking kids to SNITCH ON THEIR FAMILIES.


  18. Superb!

    My qualifications: Never worn a mask. Have not seen a doctor in 2 decades. An anarchist and can defend it. Also a follower of Christ, which brings up a question I have been pondering for some time. Is this a Daniel 3 or Romans 14 issue. In other words do we have no other option but to disobey the state, or can we give license to those who do? For me it is the former, but what about others?

    If this intrigues you, email me at [SNIP – No email addresses in the comments section, please. Anyone who is interested in contacting you can get in contact with me. -JC]. Be forewarned, I am politically incorrect.

    • Arby says:

      I ignore Paul and his writings, which are extensive. Those are all the books between Romans and Hebrews. I first started to doubt Paul when activists who I respect were critical of him. I had to think about what they were saying and then I came to realize that they had a point. Paul urges us to be loyal to the same wild beast (political system) that we are told, in the book of Revelation, attacks God and his people and must be destroyed by God and his chief representative. I have a problem with that. I could be wrong, but until I know for sure, I’m going to ignore Paul even though I like a lot of what he wrote. Ironically, one thought he expressed was “If the trumpet sounds an indistinct call, Who will get read for the battle?”

      I have other issues with the Christian Bible as well, but I still see God in the Bible. I just don’t think that he’s in every page of it. Paul wrote “All scripture is inspired of God,” but if Paul is a fraud… Look at his origins. Basically he was a Roman politician.

      • My refrain is that the Bible is true and the institutional church is a fraud. It is not simply a belief, but evidence based as there is a consistency and an amazing story of how we got the New Testament, which was NOT from the Roman Catholic Church.

        However, many commentators use things like Romans 13 to justify our participation in a state. It is Scripture twisting. 1st Samuel 8 is the obvious place to see “democracy” directly described essentially using the word, and something we are commanded to avoid. Paul’s writings are consistent with this.

        We must not be guided by those who build institutions built on documents they twist, like the Bible or the Constitution.

        The chapter with the passage you quote from Corinthians also shows the fraud of the institutional church. That is why I contend that the call for a follower of Christ is to be am anarchist: http://kozlowski.org/2020-04-17+1

        Paul’s beginnings were as an instrument of the institution, but he changed radically on the road to Damascus. I too ran for US Congress, but I have also changed.

        • Arby says:

          Acknowledged. I don’t know whether Paul was a fraud or not. But I’m still ignoring him. I have no problem with anarchism as long as anarchism has no problem with my Christianity.

          I used to have a simplistic view of democracy: ‘Rule by man can’t be good because it’s not rule by God’. Basically, That’s true. But I’ve matured. There are things about democracy that I’m sure God would have no problem with. So, The democracy that I support, I support with qualifications. God doesn’t micromanage us. But if we truly let his principles guide us, then we can do as we please. At this point, We have developed technology, a zillion different kinds of political and social organizations and have had time to play with it all. And where has it led us? It has led us to Covid 1984, namely hell on earth. And ‘that’ is why God has allowed time for the issues raised by Adam’s rebellion to be settled. We (Adam and Eve) chose, wrongly, to learn the hard way what independence from the Source of life means. We now know. The Issue (lesson, court case) of Universal Sovereignty is fairly over. Jehovah God will judge, pronounce sentence and then carry it out. The precedent will have been set: Independence from the Source of life does not work. There will never again be a need for Jehovah to allow the development of an ungodly, perverted, cruel system such as we have suffered under until now. Individuals will be free to rebel but not free to poison society. They will simply die in ignominy. Satan’s un-golden rule of ‘richest for the strongest’ is awful. In my cosmology, If it doesn’t work for everyone, then it doesn’t work. It is now time for this world to go.

          The predator/parasite class will win and celebrate for a very, very short while and then depart. I desire to not join them.

          • If you ignore Paul, then you need to ignore Peter, as he call’s Paul’s writings Scripture (2Peter3:17).

            Anarchism is not an entity, so it can’t have a problem with your Christianity. However, is your Christianity defined by you or your Creator?

            When it comes to democracy, we have to keep in mind it is the opposite of freedom as the minority is not free. If God specifically calls democracy as a rejection of Him, I suggest that is a direct statement that He does have a problem with it.

            But it is not really democracy that is the fundamental, but institutions themselves. This includes political, financial, corporate, or religious. Any institution sets before you an authority that you must adhere to or feel their wrath.

            Try not wearing a mask in many places around the world today. It is the institution’s minions that will give you grief, not someone who places no man as head over them, which is by definition an anarchist.

            Trusting in the Bible gives a reasoned foundation to be an anarchist. Love your neighbor as yourself is a reason, as compared to the non-aggression principle which is just a doctrine.

            • Arby says:

              “If you ignore Paul, then you need to ignore Peter” Or I can ignore them both. In any case, I don’t agree. Peter isn’t perfect, even with the guidance of holy spirit. I don’t think I agree with you on much. Sorry.

              • Not agreeing is fine as those who are not minions will tend to do. But do you have a reference besides yourself? You wrote about “my Christianity”. Is that based on you or Christ? Without the Bible, it seems it is only you.

                The original issue is masks. If we don’t wear a mask because we simply want to defy the state, then we are our own reference. If we look at the rational evidence before us, masks are simply ineffective or dangerous. If we look to authority, especially democratically elected, then we might claim our independence, but we are fooling ourselves.

  19. pill says:

    Nice to see him walk around there, someone in Japan. What a strange story about a highschool project predicting the covid measures. Either way, it’s obvious that a “lockdown” sounds like a military thing, definitely not like a medical term, especially when that English word is used in the language of whatever country is participating, explaining the peasants what to do and what to think now.

    James, I wonder how much feedback you get when you make these videos. I suppose there are hundreds of thousands watching and appreciating those videos, though many of them remain silent and probably think that their options are limited as long as they are or act alone. And when you hear that even some doctors can’t speak openly, it shows you how “free” our world really is.

    So thank you. Your videos help, they remind us that there’s hope, we are still human beings (not yet robots), those who haven’t lost their job are still trying to live their life as good as they can. Many are forced to cover their faces but we aren’t yet at a point where forced vaccinations, surveillance bracelets etc. can be forced on us all. Besides the economic collapse, there may be some sort of reset coming, but it won’t be “the great” one which would be supposed to turn our lives into a 1984 style prison world. They live (good movie), they have money and power, they control a lot – but they cannot control everything.

    We are many.

    • anonymint says:

      You had better wake up from your hopium delusion fast. TPTB are going to devastate the global economy to -50% by 2022. You will not be allowed buy food, have electricity to your home, work or do anything if you do not accept their vaccines and all their edicts:


      You will give up all your property and be a subservient slave or they will shut you out and then bomb the fuck out of you with the military Air Forces.

      When are you people going to wake up from your hopium delusions and start to buy guns, ammo and march on the State capitols?

      The longer we delay, the less chance we have of overturning this.

      • anonymint says:

        Trump retweeted an excellent call to action.

        Come on Americans! Roll up your sleeves. Become angry and necessarily ruthless!

        All those who died for our freedoms should not have died in vain because their descendants have become “deer in the headlights” marshmallows.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Don’t target Corbett Report Member Pill.

        I got what Pill was saying.

        Sometimes you target members with completely wrong evaluations of what they are thinking. That’s not cool. It is not cool at all.
        You have no idea what Pill nor any other Corbett member is thinking.
        Tone down those personal evaluations.
        Don’t target fellow Corbett members.

        If you want to rant, just make a completely separate “rant comment” which does not target a Corbett Member.

        • di says:

          Yep. In-fighting is not helpful.

          • pill says:

            I’m not a fighter.

            When I go to a museum to learn about past conflicts, I get to see photos of tanks and men in uniform but I always go back to read about the events that led to the violence (or to the non-violent but still unwanted presence of tanks). I rarely spend my time looking at the fighters.

            50 years from now, when people are home-schooled, they might be shown a photo of angry protesters who want their freedom back, subtitled: “Right-wing extremists forced the government to impose lockdown measures.”
            Unless we observe, take notes or collect* articles and videos like this one and spread the word to make this information available through different channels, maybe even translated articles or books some day…

            * Saving links to Youtube does not count, obviously. Save the content. On your hardware, not on Google’s hardware.

            • cu.h.j says:

              There are many ways to “fight”. Some people are better at fighting with their minds and words and determination to resist. That is also important.

              Physical conflict is not something most people like to do. I think most humans don’t like to harm other people.

              At this point in time, I feel like we are at an evolutionary tipping point. The people who are masterminding this thing are attempting to kill off and enslave the masses. They are trying to eliminate our gene pools.

              Human beings are primates and we belong to the animal kingdom. I think we have a biological imperative to stop these people from killing us off so our species can survive.

              I’m not advocating violence, but don’t think it is wrong to defend oneself either. There are many ways to resist. I think violence should be minimized. I am not a believer in the ends justifying the means. But also that self-defense and self-preservation are not morally wrong.

              • anonymint says:

                Only warriors (and who they wish to protect) will survive.

                Our forefathers understood this. Free men were armed and dangerous. Only slaves were not allow to bear arms.

                I’m not going to be fighting to protect people who falsely accuse and white knight on me when I try to sound the alarm. That is the epitome of dilutive, deleterious, divisive in-fighting. If you’re expecting our soldiers and police to be the warriors to protect us then remember what I wrote about the problem is all our leaders are corrupt even on the local level. Soldiers and police need to be lead and they also want to be paid their salaries.

                Our enemies have all the money to bribe all our leaders and attack all our economic systems. We Republicans are going bankrupt because we are in the old world industries such as oil and gas and other low tech stuff. Our enemies control all the high tech and China is collaborating with our enemies to divide-and-conquer us.


                The warriors are the only ones who can stop the leftist religion holiness spiral priests. And the warriors will take the plunder they want as the proper remuneration for risking their body and limb.

                If y’all wish for the warrior-minded to vacate your comment arena, so be it.

              • anonymint says:


                And today’s news [US Supreme Court refused to hear Trump’s case] amounts to the fact that we are not going to get a good look at the ballots printed at midnight after the voting finished until and unless Trump proclaims the Insurrection Act


                We have a conspiracy hindering the execution of the laws of numerous State, and of the United States within those States. And the conspirators need to be detained


                Fixing law enforcement is going to require proclaiming the Insurrection act, and it may well become necessary to call out the UNORGANIZED militia and organize it. Nothing less is likely to suffice.

                Too much is on the table for democracy to continue, and it has not continued. To restore a genuine Republic requires the creation of a well behaved elite. It will take at least a century, even if we start right away.

                Trying to fix ballot counting requires sending a pile of people to prison, which ups the stakes even further. There is no way to bring the stakes down to something consistent with a Republic, because our elite is corrupt, degenerate, and decadent.


                Caesar’s problem was that all the genuinely virtuous gods fearing people were on the side of the Republic.

                Unfortunately it appears most of the God fearing, good Americans are also on the side of safety, non-violence, democrazy and a dead Republic, and thus incapable of taking up arms to stop the coming killing fields.

                So sad.

              • NES says:

                Anonymint–Hate to bring the obvious to your attention since you appear to be thinking otherwise but the “killing fields” are here NOW. Just because the field does not conform to previous historical or media images of such does not mean it doesn’t exist. Sideways. I keep saying this over and over–the plan is the same. The approach is sideways which makes the plan appear to be new. It’s not new.

                An intentional worldwide weaponized scheme to murder unwanted portions of humanity with the ‘TOOL’ began in Jan 2019. Look around you. The field IS the planet. They don’t give a rat’s furry patoot where you live or what citizenry you claim. THEY are claiming the entire planet. Get this, please. It’s not about borders, it’s about power/influence/enough wealth to corrupt the greedy, stupid and fearful, ending in complete control over who is left. Get this, too. These predators cannot operate without humanity’s energy. Remove it. They are dead in the water. This part of the equation is currently missing due to fear, willful ignorance and stupidity. NO GOVERNMENT, elected or unelected can hold those who refuse to be held.

                What I do agree about is that the US has a lot to answer for when TSHTF, and it will, especially the extremists who support a worldwide murder scheme in the name of being personally advanced among the predators–politicos, corporate employees, etc.

              • anonymint says:

                Anonymint–Hate to bring the obvious to your attention since you appear to be thinking otherwise but the “killing fields” are here NOW. Just because the field does not conform to previous historical or media images of such does not mean it doesn’t exist. Sideways. I keep saying this over and over–the plan is the same. The approach is sideways which makes the plan appear to be new. It’s not new […]

                I’ve also written that in comments elsewhere.

                Note it may eventually also morph into a traditional form of genocide and don’t forget Seven Kill Stele and the Holodomor.


                The sheepeople will not stop them. They never do.

        • anonymint says:

          @HomeRemedySupply don’t try to browbeat me to fit-in-with-the-crowd of sheepeeople, to be a pointless and witless marshmallow and to divagate on useless entertainment and hopium.

          I’m a warrior. I don’t have much patience for those who lack a warrior mindset. I’m telling you the situation. It’s your prerogative to remain in denial. No one forces you to read my comment posts.

          Stop falsely accusing me. I don’t attack anyone. I am merely speaking facts and truth. Bearing false witness against your fellow Christian and white knighting are both evil.

          Stop telling me what to do.

          I commented on Youtubular.

          Justice prevails until they assassinate Trump, Pence and [a] few Republican senators (to flip the Senate) before the 2022 midterms so that Pelosi picks the interim POTUS and then there will never be another non-rigged election again in the USSA. Republican states will need to secede from the union. That’s where we are headed because the left never gives up. And they have $trillionaires, $billionaires, Big Tech and Big Media all in alliance with them. The Davao World Economic Forum is threatening a cyber attack to bring our power grid, food distribution and processing networks and pretty much our entire economy to a halt. You can expect them to do this if Trump is victorious. We are already at war. When will the MAGA faithful realize we are at war?

      • gauntlet33 says:

        @anonymint, I agree with HomeRemedySupply’s comment. We should be providing information and knowledge, not fighting within.

        Further, I question your intentions and here’s why. You say: “When are you people going to wake up from your hopium delusions and start to buy guns, ammo and march on the State capitols?”

        Are you personally out there with your loaded guns marching on your state capitol? I doubt it. Therefore, why are you telling others to do the dirty work for you and potentially face imprisonment, death, and/or at the very least being put on a list to later be killed?

        I would agree that we all need to be ready to fight this fight together, but I think anyone who’s taking the fight to them risks immediate or a soon death, and it benefits the globalists to be able to identify who you are to invade your home in the middle of the night and dispossess you and your guns from your home.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I think it’s best to be unpredictable. Taking arms to a state capital isn’t a good idea in my opinion. It gives them a reason to try to disarm people. I think stocking up on guns if they are available is probably a good idea, especially rifles.

          I personally enjoy shooting. I’m not a hunter but enjoy refining my skills with range practice.

          I do think that guns can protect you though and it’s wise to be able to protect oneself and not expect the state to be soft on you if you’re peaceful. If you look at what’s happening in Europe and Australia where guns have been regulated there appear to be more tyrannical lockdowns there. Even though there is more protest and that is very good, the populations are at a tactical disadvantage.

          After more careful consideration of nonviolent movements, the success of these I believe was partly due to the media coverage. Today the MSM is a propaganda tool and isn’t covering resistance. It is the enemy.

          I think what should be done is national strikes, nonpayment of taxes, and also not supporting the enslavement technologies and corporations like google and amazon. See where that goes while simultaneously building the possibility for a formidable armed resistance. Strategies are more important than matching force, but having enough capability as a deterrent I think is also important.

          It’s good to be unpredictable. I am going to re-read The Art of War by Sun Tzu. Violence, though undesirable, is natural and when used at the right time and place can be advantageous. I’ve learned the hard way as a kid who was bullied in school that when I finally stood up for myself, they left me alone.

          • anonymint says:

            @qauntlet33 defeatist, coward-speak speaks for itself. I issued a call-to-action to gauge the reaction. I’m often attempting to both stimulate Americans to wake up to the threat level (instead of obfuscating it) and also to gauge whether there’s a sufficient critical mass of can-do warriors remaining in the homeland or whether it’s a lost cause that needs to be abandoned.

            To die on the steps of the state capitols can be a Schelling point for good Americans to start purging the leftists and socialists.

            The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots & tyrants. It is it’s natural manure. — Thomas Jefferson

            @cu.h.j you’re incorrect. The sooner we start the civil war, the better our chances for success. The longer we wait, the stronger our enemy becomes and the weaker we become.

            Gun confiscation would be the best possible event as that would surely be a Schelling point that would instigate many Americans to Cross the Rubicon and refuse to comply, thus officially become criminals and thus no longer anything to lose being an incentive to go rogue and activate their warrior mentality.

            Our Revolutionary War was not fought about taxation without representation. The Schelling point for the shots heard around the world, was when the British marched to Lexington to seize the weapons cache of the colonists.

            • Fact Checker says:

              Hey, Anonymint!

              Did you…by any chance…ever…………..

              shoot Santa?????

              • anonymint says:

                Hey, Anonymint!

                Did you…by any chance…ever…………..

                shoot Santa?????

                December 25 and Christmas is a pagan holiday that originated from w(h)or(e)shipping darkness instead of light.

                Jesus’ birthday was in September.

                Santa is a Satanic idol.

                Ditto Thanksgiving is also a lie.

                So sad what my fellow Americans have become.

              • Fact Checker says:

                O I take that as a “yes”!

              • cush350 says:

                Hmmm, JimBob?

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Not JimBob.

              • mkey says:

                I can see where the confusion could be stemming from.

            • cu.h.j says:

              You might be correct with your analysis of the situation in the US…with waiting the enemy goes stronger and we go weaker. Unfortunately it does appear that “leftists” are collaborating with the Covid scam which is very unfortunate.

              My priorities are stopping the great reset, lockdowns, vaccines, and technocracy. My grandpa was an officer in the US air force and was a patriot, he would have given his life to save our constitutional republic. He loved this country. I wish he was alive to ask him what he though of what’s goiing on.

              • anonymint says:

                Your priorities should probably be selling your house, buying Bitcoin and getting out of Dodge asap.

                No one will stop the spiral underway. It will only stop after the people have been decimated and all the gentle-civil minded have been culled.

                That’s how it always goes. Learn from history.

            • cu.h.j says:

              @anonymint, I never falsely accused you or white knighted you. I like hearing what you have to say.

              I think this is an all hands on deck moment in time for people who are against what’s steamrolling over us.

              I think listening to other perspectives is helpful especially if they motivate people. You express a sense of optimism.

              • cu.h.j says:

                @anonymint, I also feel that people can be encouraged to find the courage to fight using their own god-given gifts with more gentle encouragement. I am a gentle person at heart. It’s why I’m a nurse rather than a soldier. But I’m also not a coward or afraid to fight for what is right. I won’t be a slave ever, tracked, traced, vaxxed, etc.

                I would probably die in the fight, but to me, it is better to die a free person than a slave.

              • anonymint says:

                Gentle, civil pandering is for those who want to succumb.

                We need more frankness and less sheep behavior.

                I did not accuse you of white knighting. There are others…

    • Libertydan says:

      Never give up hope! sometimes that’s all you got.

  20. amber71 says:

    Fantastic video James!!! Great news from Toronto!!! Our first restaurant owner opened his place and hundreds showed up to support him (including me!!). It was AMAZING!!!! He was issued a notice to close down but he and hundreds will be there again tomorrow!!!!! https://thepostmillennial.com/defiant-owner-of-toronto-restaurant-issued-closure-order-will-re-open-tomorrow?fbclid=IwAR2bLBioOGziRBy9luIciKA6bsWlou5c30i0Yfc-zKdEX38ZbQmJpLrrrj8

  21. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Regarding the LOCKDOWNS
    From the streets of New York City by an older fella:
    “You can’t say this is for our good. It is a genocide!”
    (2 1/2 minutes)

  22. manbearpig says:

    “…In a televised address to the nation Macron said

    -the worst of the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic in France was over, but that restaurants, cafes and bars would have to stay shut until Jan. 20 to avoid triggering a third wave.

    …coup de grace for the small businesses…

    -On Saturday, shops will reopen but people will still need a document to venture out. They will now be allowed to exercise for three hours instead of one, and within a 20-km (12-1/2-mile) radius of their homes, versus the 1 km (two-thirds of a mile) allowed now.

    …prison break…

    -France will be ready to start a vaccination campaign at the end of December or beginning of January starting with the most vulnerable and older people.

    -The vaccine, which he called “a glimmer of hope”, will not be mandatory, he said…”

    for the moment


    vive la france…

    • cu.h.j says:

      Have people considered withholding their taxes? Some sort of national strike? What you’re describing sounds like prison, to be honest. That’s absurd that people are just going along with that. On the other hand, people here in the US are tolerating a lot of BS too, but you don’t need papers to travel.

      • Fact Checker says:

        Yeah, withhold taxes. They would LOVE a reason to lock you up sooner, rather than later.

        And one-at-a-time, through tax-delinquency judgments, rather than en masse in the context of collected disobedience.

        • cu.h.j says:

          En mass would be effective. Plus national strikes. We need mass non-compliance and to fight back. A docile population is easy to control. We can’t be docile anymore or focus on the negative.

          What are you going to do to help the situation? No need to tell anyone about it here. But please do something.

          I have seen a lot of people die during my time as a nurse. People do regret their mistakes on their death bed.

          Can you be an example of bravery?

          • Fact Checker says:

            No one else will interpret tax-evasion as “bravery.”

            They will interpret it as greed, selfishness, and refusal to “pay one’s share.”
            En masse tax evasion ain’t gonna happen, mostly because of automatic withholding by payroll. There’s literally no way for the vast majority of people to do it.
            Plus, the government doesn’t NEED to take back from us the money they create. They can creat as much as they want. Taxes are only designed to limit the options of taxpayers and to limit their potential, and also to bootstrap a conviction here and there for evasion.

            National strikes would just result in the masses starving each other. Again, the government doesn’t need our services anymore either. They are doing everything in their power to PROHIBIT us from working as it is! Strikes are exactly what they want.

            • cu.h.j says:

              I doubt that actually, regarding national strikes. I work in a hospital, when nurses go on strike it matters. We usually get what we ask for.

              Why don’t you try to do one thing that will help free humanity this weekend. I think you will feel better and not be so negative.

              • anonymint says:

                You should listen to @Fact Checker. You’re somewhat naive.

                Also travel and everything will eventually require taking the vaccine.

                The Republic is dead.

                Clearly we can see the situation is our Republic is dead. This is going to accelerate very quickly into total chaos and deprivation.

              • Duck says:

                The issue is that people are not going to strike enmass any time soon. They are not going to stop paying taxes any time soon. They dont WANT to fight the system because they think it keeps them alive.

                The people with power have spent years breaking down the family, the neighborhood, the churches and even the social clubs. Most people will be begging for fascism as soon as the chaos starts, they already beg for communism in the form of government welfare and benefits.

                Most people will not get it until its too late and will, if they are lucky, get off with a life of poverty from the reset and ill health from either this or the next vaccine.

            • anonymint says:

              The sheepeople masses will need to be decimated before they will wake up. Any of you expecting the society to remain sane are very naive. We are descending into extreme chaos and deprivation very soon.


              Read these comments:


              • anonymint says:

                I highly recommend reading the comments on Jim’s latest blog:


                For example:

                This is a replay of the last days of the Roman Republic, after the judicial system stopped going after political violence and instead went after political disagreement, and the elections were all blatantly rigged.

                No one was in charge, and no one could predict what would happen, except to expect the unexpected. The chaos went on for a very long time with the ever continuing ever deluded expectation of normalcy being violated in ever greater ways, eventually leading to civil war, then civil wars, culminating in prolonged total civil war, with surprise people being leaders in the civil wars, surprise alliances, and surprise breaking of alliances.

                As I said:Today in America it is the year in Rome fifty eight years before Christ.

                Expect the unexpected, and do not succumb to normalcy bias. Many good Romans, most of the best Romans, died of normalcy bias. In these times, apt to be fatal.

                Martin Armstrong had blogged that Europe is more likely to reach the bottom of the abyss before the USA. So the chaos is likely to go on in the USA until 2085 until it finally collapses into a 900 year Dark Age. Whereas, Europe may collapse more precipitously and egregiously but will likely rise out of the abyss sooner, perhaps only a 86 – 300 years Dark Age. Perhaps because Europe has more experience with collapse? AmeriKa is a very young and naive nation. AmeriKans are deluded into thinking they have a special Constitution and Republic. AmeriKans will have to learn through a long slog into the abyss that we abandoned Christianity and will suffer as every other Babylon has.

                Of course many AmeriKans think they are Christian but they all disobey 1 Samuel 8, Matthew 6:5, and so many other scriptures. They follow Constantine’s incorrect translation of Romans 13. AmeriKans idolize their (corrupt, evil) government and military. We w(h)or(e)ship dark, pagan holidays such as Christmas and Thanksgiving. We are CHRINOS (Christians in Name Only).

              • cu.h.j says:

                Yes, you are probably correct about me being naive and having normalcy bias.

                Perhaps though if society collapses into civil war and chaos, people who are prepared will have a chance to turn the tide.

                Perhaps I am an optimist and that is a weakness. But the pessimist also sometimes cannot see opportunities.

                I’m not going to flee my country and will probably die in a fight with a superior force, but where I’m headed is a place where there are patriots who will die with me in the fight when the time comes. Perhaps we will get lucky and see an opportunity.

  23. mkey says:

    PayPal now terminating user accounts, stealing money from users that support free speech

    Caution says: move your funds from paypal.

  24. L says:

    “This is the point at which, no doubt, I’ll be expected to produce the data to back up the non-controversial observation that lockdowns kill, even though that data will do precisely nothing to penetrate the consciousness of those who have already decided that they occupy the moral high ground for advocating locking billions of people around the globe as prisoners inside their own homes. But persevere I will.”

    I hope you’re at least partly wrong. Perhaps large statistics alone will do very little to change the minds of the masses, but there are many specific cases which, along with these statistics and evidence of COVID scams played on the public, will be enough to make small business owners, one at a time, reopen their business in defiance of tyranny, because now they’ll have a moral ground to stand on; ground reinforced by evidence of scams that initiated the lockdown and knowledge of how many people needlessly lost their lives because the government pulled the wool over their eyes for some time. Small business owners will be extra receptive to any information that helps their cause.
    The tragic irony is that there are victims of the lockdown and there are victims suffering from permanent or long lasting damage caused by the lockdown.
    For any small business owners who are still not aware of facts the media doesn’t report on we need really fast hitting, concise, well sourced information packed up in bite sized videos that will open their minds to the idea that they might have been played by the “medical expert” scam tactics.
    Youtube ads for COVID haven’t been “here are the scary statistics”, instead they’ve always been some young guy or girl suffering from some sort of lung damage, saying anyone can get it. The tyrannical authorities have been using every angle imaginable to convince the public, especially the emotional angles, so while we need to defend the truth on the factual fronts, we must defend the emotional fronts too, since that’s where truth is under assault the most. So, if you guys do video editing and wanna contribute to solutions – please email me at:
    [SNIP – No emails in the comments section, please. People can contact me if they’re interested in getting in touch with you. -JC]
    If you know of videos that showcase individuals devastated by the lockdown, or know people(or stories which we can follow up on) who would like to have their stories heard – email me, we’ll get their stories out there so they don’t remain as simply statistics to people.

    • 8Gc58 says:

      If you know of videos that showcase individuals devastated by the lockdown…

      Check out “IN THE NAME OF COVID-19” and the sources/clips used for that movie.

      • Arby says:

        It won’t load for me.

        • 8Gc58 says:

          LBRY / Odysee has some playback issues now and then.

          Please, try again:
          direct link to the movie

          • Arby says:

            Thanks. I logged in but get hassled about an empty wallet. I might bookmark the vid, but I couldn’t leave a comment. I’m not a fan of Odysee. I know nothing about wallets and bitcoin (and have stopped trying to get anyone to explain it to me in PLAIN bloody English!) and I have no ability to make content, ergo…

            I upload vid clips to Bitchute, where I’m not hassled. I don’t have time to do that with multiple sites. (I wish I had that time. At 64, I wish I could retire, but I can’t.) I should probably donate something, but I have my issues with Bitchute. Their official channel is all but dead (last time I looked). You can’t ask anyone questions about trouble you’re having. (I suspect it’s my Pale Moon browser, but wouldn’t it be nice if I could use the process of elimination, which I can’t do when I don’t get info from ‘all’ relevant sources.) I’ve heard content creators (Andrew Kaufman, who still hasn’t joined for some reason) say that they appreciate the friendly communication that they’ve had with Bitchute (Who?), but how does a little guy like me ‘communicate’ with Bitchute?

            I hate geeks.

            • anonymint says:

              Arby I am a computer programmer and I hear you about how difficult the alternative social media is to use. Maybe I will do something about this. But priorities beckon as they do for you as well…

              I presume Corbett Report is using WordPress. I hope he is aware that WordPress can shut his site down:


              I was actually going to warn about that last week before it happened to Armstrong.

              • 8Gc58 says:

                This site is running WP. However, it’s not hosted with WordPress.com. WordPress.com is very different to WordPress/WordPress.org.

                More info here:

              • Arby says:

                Acknowledged. Thanks for the shoulder. And there was Jon Rappoport.

                A little while ago I came across an announcement by WordPress, in a forum (forget?), that it was partnering with Google’s First Draft Coalition (fact checking/censorship) and I complained, politely and briefly, about it. My comment was flagged as a rant and removed. I’m sure that if my blog was celebrity status, it would be gone. The pipe to my blog is so squeezed that I get zero hits some days. Most days, I get maybe a couple or maybe four views. I can’t possibly be that bad.

                I’ve been blogging for more than 10 years. I’ve only ever done open source research but I’m also an avid reader, ergo. I do what I do well, in my opinion. I don’t have specialized knowledge and I’m not a powerful thinker, but I’m principled and stick to it. I can only conclude that WP is squeezing the pipe. But I honestly don’t know. As long as I can blog, I will. Right now, it helps keep me sane for one thing. (I’ve got 88 blog posts just on covid. I finished the last one this morning.)

            • 8Gc58 says:

              I understand you, Arby. It is a hurdle to start using crypto. However, I reckon Odysee/LBRY has made it easy compared with some other crypto services (like HIVE). I’ve gotten great service from the LBRY support team. To me the main challenge is playback issues. Often the videos are lagging, which is annoying.

              I really like the decentralised way LBRY works, and I like that I get some back (crypto coins) when I invest time and energy in the service. It feels good, compared with YouTube. The team seems to be working hard on improving the service so I’m currently staying with LBRY / Odysee.

              What you need to do on Odysee is to get yourself verified as a user. In the top menu, there is a choice to get verified. I don’t remember exactly, but I believe as long as you are registered with a phone number or e-mail address you will become a verified user. It just takes a few hours from applying.

              When you get verified you will get some coins in your wallet, and you will be able to add comments, create channels and upload content.

              To reach out to LBRY check out this page.

              All the best, Arby!

    • anonymint says:

      Pandering to emotions only perpetuates the disease. Be frank. Those who can‘t handle frankness will cull themselves anyway. Not worth wasting time and effort on them. Survival requires focus on our inner snobbery as Catherine Austin Fitts recently related.

  25. marvinsannes says:

    I don’t do any of it. My hardware store said they would call the police for trespass. OK. They haven’t called yet, I’ve been in and out a few times, once they refused to ring up the paint, I walked out with the paint. No cops. Yet. Safeway is a little meaner – they try 2 or 3 people, refuse to ring up, so I leave the product and go. I’m marked now. They watch me! hahahahaha Still fun!

  26. 8Gc58 says:

    Thank you, James. I agree 100%.

    “Obey” comes from the Latin word “oboedīre/oboediō” which means “to serve”. If you serve murderers, you are complicit in murder.

    The film “IN THE NAME OF COVID-19” (first mentioned here) shows nothing but a microscopic part of the insanity that is going on “to fight a virus”. All the pain that is portrayed in that movie, plus a lot more, every lockdown advocate is responsible for.

  27. Seraph says:

    Wow! I like your new tone James. This is not a game anymore, it is the matter of life and death for the majority of us.

  28. di says:

    I regard my sister as the barometer for change. She modeled her life on Anne of Green Gables and is so utterly committed to being ‘good’ that you can show her any evidence and she can cognitively dissonance it away. She told me to ‘stop looking at all the fear stuff’ because it is ‘dangerous’ and ‘not healthy’ for me, and she doesn’t like to look at contradictory evidence because it upsets her brain. If she ever changes her mind I will consider the battle half won. Let’s see what she has to say about this video.

  29. noam.w says:

    James 🎥,

    What a wonderfully executed idea in the walk and talk video

    With a strong well articulated thought out simple solution.

    I loved the walk and talk format, and your strong expressed view and conviction.

    If you have interest in great walk and talk camera 🎥 equipment, this is what Jeff (TDV) uses:

    Thank you and all the best

  30. Not Another Not-Bot! says:

    The actors who pretend to work as elected public servants, who claim to “follow the science” (which clearly means “follow the Gates & Co bought-off scientists) , would be wise to “change tack” now, and recognize that even in the “new normal”, there are consequences for treasonous actions against the nation One claims to serve.

  31. JB says:

    My wife and I saw this hype for what it was back in the spring. Not many others (if any) we know agree. “You got to thrust the authorities!”, they say. Same story as with everything else: The Russians are bad, Donald Trump et al is bad, Barak Obama et al are good, wind turbines and hydrogen is the future, skies the limit etc etc. Heads full of propaganda and no thinking doesn’t bode well in my book, where is this going if not to hell?

  32. mik says:

    Interesting, globalist institution is yet again “benevolent”, this time from the mouth of dr.Nabarro. People might like globalists, looks they are better than local governments.

    James, have you thought about making a list of “benevolent” acts of globalists, by now is quite long.

    • Arby says:

      The WHO has, since, doubled down on all of it’s bad advice. I suspected David Nabaroos statement was some sort of psy op. Make people want freedom so bad that they’ll do ANYTHING for it, including getting injected with poison. Why did David say what he said, given that he works for the criminal org called the WHO?

  33. mik says:

    I feel sorry for all these molested people under lockdowns.

    Our controllers here in Croatia are nice, no lockdowns, still no fine for not wearing mask and they are not obligatory outside. Maybe they think people are obedient enough (and they are) so no further treatments are necessary.

  34. flammable says:

    Targeted Social Distancing Designs for Pandemic Influenza is an interesting research article. I do notice it covers something the lockdown advocates do not address. I have not heard about attack rates or rate of illness and death cause by the spread of a pathogen. It is not as straightforward as more social distancing equals more results.

    The goal of social distancing was to lower attack rates and the article give less than 10% as a target. But not all social distancing is equal as amount of cases affect how much you can drop attack rates. In one example of school closures and 90% reduce contact with children and teens, social distancing one day after 10 symptomatic cases reduces attack rates by 93%. Using the same strategy but only after 80 cases, reduces attack rates by 73%.

    Now applying this research into the real world scenario we see cases have been increasing and now is in the millions for the US. As cases go up the effectiveness of social distancing to lower attack rates gets worse. Once a case is established we cannot go back and reattempt social distancing to get the same result especially with claims of reinfection. When we factor in lower compliance, thousands of cases to start with, and late application of social distancing the effect of lockdowns on lowering illness and death had to be negligible to begin with.

  35. AuntJennie says:

    Independent MPP Randy Hillier and others have organized another rally in Toronto.


  36. HomeRemedySupply says:

    (A small, rural, local community not far from where I spent my High School years…)

    Nov 24, 2020 Tuesday – via FOX NEWS Dallas-Ft Worth
    By Stacy Fernandez/The Texas Tribune
    North Texas superintendent openly defying state mask mandate in schools

    PEASTER, Texas – At Peaster Independent School District, 40 miles northwest of Fort Worth, Superintendent Lance Johnson has said masks are optional in his school district buildings and classrooms.

    They’re not.

    In July, Gov. Greg Abbott issued a statewide order requiring that Texans living in counties with more than 20 active coronavirus cases must wear masks in businesses, buildings open to the public — including schools — and outdoor settings when social distancing isn’t possible. Parker County, where Peaster ISD is located, reported 315 active cases as of Thursday.

    Peaster ISD reported that a total of two students and three staff members contracted the virus as of Nov. 15, according to TEA data. But the district has not reported new numbers in recent weeks. The district initially did not report cases to the agency as required, but recently reversed course.

    At least two Peaster parents filed a formal complaint citing, among other issues, the lack of compliance with safety regulations, but there has been no enforcement of the mask mandate despite Johnson’s open defiance. The Texas Education Agency declined to get involved.

    The state education agency stated it would not take action because many of the concerns in the complaint “appear to be local in nature,” according to a statement from TEA. But in TEA’s own public health guidelines for schools, the agency acknowledges schools are required to comply with the governor’s executive order regarding the wearing of masks.

    “School districts and local health officials are in the best position to make decisions specific to their respective communities,” according to a statement from the agency. “Other issues raised in the complaint should be handled by the local board of trustees, should the local board deem action necessary.”

    TEA has received about 90 mask-related complaints in total this school year, but the agency could not immediately provide a breakdown of the nature of the complaints. There are at least two other open complaints about Peaster ISD that are still under review, according to a TEA spokesperson, though they would not say whether they are related to masks.

    TEA declined to answer several questions about enforcement of the mask mandate. A spokesperson for the governor’s office confirmed that schools are included under the executive order, but did not respond to questions about Peaster ISD’s lack of enforcement. Under the order, first-time violators will be issued a warning, though repeat offenders could be fined up to $250.


    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      At a Thursday press conference, Gov. Greg Abbott said one of the reasons why coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are on the rise again is because local officials are not properly enforcing existing rules and regulations.

      The Peaster superintendent, who declined to be interviewed for this article, has downplayed in emails and presentations to parents the seriousness of the coronavirus, which has killed more than 20,000 people in Texas. Against medical advice he remains steadfast that masks are unnecessary in his schools, which serve about 1,350 students. There is widespread consensus among medical experts that proper mask use reduces transmission of the virus.

      “We know that love will always win the battle over fear, common sense and personal responsibility have a much greater effect than any plethora of mechanisms the school district could deploy to increase the safety of our students, and prayer is a common thread that binds a community together and ties us to blessings that can only come from God,” Johnson said in a September email to parents.

      Sean Hughes, emergency management coordinator for Parker County, said he’s tried to “encourage” Johnson several times to enforce the mask mandate in his district, but says he has no authority to compel compliance.

      “Generally we don’t get involved in school district issues because we’ve always been told that school districts are governed by the school board and TEA,” Hughes said.

      Peaster parents Kjersti and Frank Powers filed their complaint after meeting with Johnson in July to decide if they felt comfortable enough with the schools safety precautions to send their 3- and 5-year-old kids to school in person.

      “This meeting with him was something that I just honestly would have never ever expected with someone in a position of school leadership,” Kjersti Powers said. “It was mind-boggling to say the least.”

      The couple requested Johnson wear a mask for the meeting in his office, but they said he refused to put on a face covering, insisting that he didn’t have the virus and was immune since he contracted it in March. Uncomfortable, the couple moved the meeting outside in the 100-degree summer heat.

      After the meeting, the Powers asked that TEA investigate Johnson’s refusal to adhere to the governor’s order, in addition to inappropriate comments they allege he made in the meeting.

      Kjersti Powers also filed a complaint with Mike Bowling, president of the district’s board of trustees, but he refused to hear it. Bowling has repeatedly made anti-mask posts on Facebook.

      Bowling did not respond to repeated requests for comment.


      • HomeRemedySupply says:


        The conflict raises more questions about what roles local and state leaders play in containing COVID-19 across the state. Since the spring, Abbott has often released conflicting mandates, sometimes chastising local officials for overstepping their bounds and other times chiding them for not acting sooner. This summer, Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton fought with local health officials over their role in mandating schools close classrooms when community spread is too high. Ultimately, state leaders said local health officials could not require classrooms to close unless cases were already spreading.

        “I do not believe that children should attend a school in America where they are forced to wear masks, sit in straight rows six feet apart, can’t go to the playground, can’t go to the cafeteria, can’t play sports, and can only have nine other classmates with them all day long,” Johnson said in a May email to parents.

        In an email to The Texas Tribune, Johnson refused to answer questions about the mask mandate.

        “Our community stands in solidarity, supports our school, lifts up our children, practices personal responsibility, uses common sense, lives by faith, and we will continue to do so,” Johnson said.

        Clay Robison, spokesperson for the Texas State Teachers Association, said that as an appointee of the governor, TEA Commissioner Mike Morath should enforce the governor’s mask mandate.

        “The commissioner of education is an appointee of the governor. The commissioner of education should enforce the governor’s mask mandate and require the Peaster school district to comply with them. This is a safety issue,” Robison said. “We are having more cases now than we’ve had before.”

        For months the Texas Classroom Teachers Association has asked that TEA establish policy around how it will enforce health and safety guidelines when parents and school employees flag concerns, said Paige Williams, director of legislation for the Texas Classroom Teachers Association.

        “This was the ultimate example of why that enforcement mechanism needs to be in place,” Williams said.

        Disclosure: Texas Classroom Teachers Association and Texas State Teachers Association have been financial supporters of The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization that is funded in part by donations from members, foundations and corporate sponsors. Financial supporters play no role in the Tribune’s journalism. Find a complete list of them here.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:


          From FOX NEWS Dallas Ft Worth
          Nov 24th
          COVID-19 hospital cases across North Texas hit 15% threshold


          Tarrant County Health Director Dr. Vinny Taneja says COVID-19 hospitalizations have reached a critical threshold in North Texas.

          Taneja says as of Tuesday, COVID patients occupy just more than 15% of hospital beds in the North Texas region.

          Dr. Joseph Chang is the chief medical officer at Parkland Hospital in Dallas. Tuesday, he and other DFW health officials reported the region surpassed 15% of occupied hospital beds in the region with COVID-19 patients. It’s the first time since the pandemic started…

          …That’s important because if the state data shows this region hitting 15% for seven consecutive days, that will shut down bars again and force other businesses to reduce occupancy….

          (Article continues and “importance of mask wearing” is stressed.)

  37. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Nov 25th, 2020 Wednesday prior to Thanksgiving

    Initial Jobless Claims Rise For 2nd Week In A Row, Pandemic Claims Soar

    For the second week in a row, the number of Americans filing for first time unemployment claims has risen (printing at 778,000 vs 730k expected and 742,000 the week prior)…

    …Worse still, the aggregate number of Americans receiving unemployment benefits rose over 130k last week to well above 20 million. This is the first increase since Sept 11th…

  38. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Head of the World Health Organization – Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says:
    Since the beginning of the #COVID19 pandemic, we knew that a vaccine would be essential for bringing the pandemic under control. But it’s important to emphasise that a vaccine will complement the other tools we have, not replace them.

    A vaccine on its own will not end the #COVID19 pandemic. We will still need to continue:
    -Testing, isolating & caring for cases
    -Tracing & quarantining contacts
    -Engaging communities
    -Encouraging individuals to be careful

    (Note the comments about selfish Americans who don’t wear masks.)

    From the Associated Press on Nov 24th. The headline says it all.
    Keep the mask: A vaccine won’t end the US crisis right away
    ~WWW apnews.com/article/vaccine-virus-keep-wearing-mask-bc938ece543577a31795cc2933e27f0c

  39. NES says:


    I really, really want someone who has the software and knowledge to make a SNL-type Mr. Bill video with Bill Gates’ face on Mr. Bill to address his religious “I just don’t understand these ‘anti-maskers'” and other bull he spouts continually in his world video propaganda tour to promote his buddies, the Black Hand. OMG! Mr. Bill!!!!!

    I’d do it but have been out of the software loop for too long to learn it all again. I know there are incredibly knowledgeable people on this thread who could do a fabulous job and make it hilarious. We need a laugh. You can get around the copyrights. You’re smart people.

  40. Fact Checker says:

    This is James’ rare fire-bellied mode.

    I would send it to my mother, but she wouldn’t understand a single word of it…

  41. roofi says:

    Everyone can see the obvious absurdity of the factual statement that, “anyone who commits suicide today would become protected from all viral diseases”.

    Some of us fail to see the absurdity of requiring everyone, without any assessment, to restrict their natural physical existence lest they inadvertently pose a biological threat to almost everyone else.

    Both ideas are absurd. The absurdity of the first one is crudely obvious; the later one has been swallowed by many.

    In first scenario the frog came to be boiled alive whereas in the second scenario the stove has just been turned on.

    Voltaire: “Those Who Can Make You Believe Absurdities, Can Make You Commit Atrocities”

  42. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Wednesday Nov 25th
    “Compliance Units” – Maryland Police Partner With Local Officials To Enforce Virus Rules

    …Starting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Maryland State Police and local officials will combine forces in “high-visibility compliance units” to monitor capacity levels, mask-wearing, and social distancing at bars and restaurants, reported WBAL TV…

    …A business operator who breaches the new public health measures could face a $5k fine and possibly one year in jail…

    …While many small businesses in the state have been devastated by the virus pandemic shutdowns – the question remains just how many business operators will follow the new rules, or if some are willing to incur the $5k fine and risk jail just to keep the cash flow coming in amid a covid winter the threatens many with imminent bankruptcy.

    Months ago, a Maryland man was sentenced to one year in jail for a series of pandemic parties he hosted in late March.

  43. Arby says:

    I liked the serious message and tone. It is needed. I know what I mean when I warn people about their choices, at all times, as well as in this war between those who are playing God and God himself. I’m not sure about what James means, but I suppose he’s referring to future trials. How will that work when this entire cruel, perverted system of things – and every single institution – has been destroyed? Actually, there’s one institution that won’t be destroyed, namely the one that those playing God have been seeking to destroy and that’s the family. It may one day pass away, but naturally and according to the Creator’s design. But he is not a eugenicist. At some point we may simply lose our ability to reproduce. Physics is physics. Unless we are allowed to spread out among the stars – Who knows? – the earth will at some point not be able to sustain further human population growth.

    I think I’ll use this in my next blog post. I had tentatively named it “Covid 19 – ‘Debate’ In Covid 1984.” I can’t think of a more fitting entry.

  44. Control Savvy says:

    Today is Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. Every day is a good day to thank the people in your life for the good things they do to make it better. However, today I am reminded that I haven’t thanked you recently, James, for your very important work of researching and sharing information that is not readily available to those who don’t have the time or expertise to do it themselves. The way you share information is especially important. You could do a data-dump and simply post links, but instead you synthesize, organize, and present it so that the general public can understand it. It does not surprise me that you were once a teacher. So was I. It takes one to know one. To possess expertise is one thing, to pass it on to someone else is quite another. It can get very frustrating at times when you want to give your knowledge to others who need it, but who don’t realize it’s worth. In your case, you are not just trying to teach reading, writing and arithmetic. You are trying to teach/show independent thought and behavior in a society that is doing its best to create robots instead of human beings. I hope that you can continue your good work for many years to come.

  45. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Video published Nov 23rd
    MUST WATCH: “Lockdown – The Right Side Of History”. For Truth we Toil – Forever.
    (11 minutes)

    (H/t to Joe.s)

  46. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Thursday November 26th (Thanksgiving in the U.S.)

    “Stand Down Officers!”: Angry Crowd Heckles Cops After Toronto BBQ-Owner Arrested For Ignoring Lockdown
    (Videos in the Zero Hedge article)
    Authored by Lauren O’Neil via blogto.com

    The sauce has hit the fan at Toronto’s Adamson Barbecue restaurant, where, after opening for a third day in defiance of multiple lockdown orders, owner Adam Skelly was just taken away in handcuffs by police.

    “A 33-year-old man was arrested for Attempting to Obstruct Police,” reads an update issued by TPS Operatins shortly after 1 p.m. on Thursday.

    He has been taken into custody. More details will follow. Officers remain in the area. We continue to ask for calm.”

    It is unclear if any other new charges have been laid against Kelly today (in addition to nine announced yesterday against he and his incorporated restaurant chain), but the anti-maskers who’ve been supporting him are straight up freaking out right now.

    Livestreamed video posts from the scene of Skelly’s restaurant at Queen Elizabeth and Royal York Roads show police, some of them on horseback, surrounding the building in a united front.

    Hundreds of histrionic protesters have positioned themselves in front of the cops and are screaming things like “FREEDOM!,” “SHAME!” and “STAND DOWN OFFICERS! STAND DOWN!”

    Police first arrived to the Texas-style BBQ joint early Thursday morning to change the establishment’s locks after Skelly vowed that he would once again reopen his restaurant for indoor dining after being ordered to close by Toronto Public Health.

    Flanked by crowds of people wearing Trump 2020 hats and carrying anti-lockdown signs, the infuriated restaurant owner eventually managed to gain access to the building and start serving meat.

    Police stayed on scene in an attempt to control the crowd of protesters, who have collectively come to be known in recent days as “BBQAnon.”

    Skelly was arrested and taken away for police obstruction shortly before 12:30 p.m. this afternoon.

    His supporters remain camped out around the Etobicoke location of Adamson Barbecue, however, where they are now starting to tussle with police…

    …The hashtag #IStandWithAdam is trending on Twitter in the U.S. and people on both sides of the debate are growing increasingly distressed over how the situation is being handled….

  47. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This ‘YouTube censored’ Tom Woods Mises video (20 minutes) elaborates on the DEATHS and DESTRUCTION caused by LOCKDOWNS.

  48. Tsuyoshi says:

    Rebellion rising; the people have had enough
    Nov27 by Jon Rappoport

  49. HomeRemedySupply says:

    October Suicides spike 39% in Japan

    17,000 people have died by suicide this year in Japan,
    while fewer than 2,000 have died from COVID-19.

    “Deteriorating mental health in Japan – which reports suicide data far more quickly than most countries – could prove to be a worrying harbinger of the pandemic’s insidious impact elsewhere. “

    “…Japan still has the highest suicide rate among the world’s wealthy G-7 nations, at 16 per 100,000…
    …The U.S. suicide rate, meanwhile, has been on the rise, passing 14 per 100,000 in 2018.”

    Taken from this Zero Hedge / Simon Black post and the links mentioned.
    Suicides In Japan Jumped 39% In October…

  50. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Black Friday – Nov 27th
    1 in 10 Americans did not have enough food to eat last week, according to the US Census Bureau
    ~~WWW fox4news.com/news/1-in-10-americans-did-not-have-enough-food-to-eat-last-week-according-to-the-us-census-bureau
    Census Bureau LINK

    LOS ANGELES – Nearly 1 in 10 Americans did not have enough to eat last week, according to data collected by the United States Census Bureau.

    Out of nearly 250 million people who were surveyed, about 26 million people have said that they sometimes did not have enough to eat or often did not have enough to eat over a span of seven days.

    As people continue to lose jobs in a crippled economy during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the uncertainty of providing food for a full household only adds to the stress.

    Data collected by the U.S. Census in late October and early November saw a drastic increase in people reporting food insecurity compared to before the pandemic.

    The number of households who only sometimes did not have enough food to eat in a week saw an increase of over 4 million people in the time between before the COVID-19 pandemic (March 13, 2020) and now. Also, households who often did not have enough to eat saw an increase of over 1.5 million within the same time period.

    Food insecurity has been an ongoing issue in the U.S., even before the COVID-19 pandemic, but the problem was not nearly as severe before the virus hit the states.

    According to the Brookings Institution, a nonprofit public policy organization, food insecurities among households were actually on a downward trajectory prior to the onset of the pandemic.

    But then the virus struck. The economy was largely shut down in a bid to slow the spread of the deadly disease, and more and more families were unable to keep their cupboards stocked.

    “Indeed, the loss of a job or income, as well as unstable child care arrangements are associated with the onset of food insecurity. The downturn instigated by the COVID-19 pandemic is also likely to increase food insecurity even more: the loss of child care, as well as meals provided at free or reduced cost at school and social distancing guidance that restrict movement outside the home,” according to the Brookings Institution….

    • Duck says:

      I hate to say it but any one who knows how to cook should have enough beans and rice to last a week or two in the kitchen.

      I am sorry to say that there is an education issue going on- which is why Home Economics was introduced in the UK after the Boer War if I recall right, because too many men of military age were rejected for service as sick and weak from poor diet.
      The sickest thing is that today the Elites are creating a helpless, skillless Dependent Class deliberately… those folks will not get much mercy from their creators after their use is served.

  51. UKJC says:

    28th November – London UK – Good to see the evil Russian channel Sputnik out there and by chance promoting The Corbett Report… https://youtu.be/HJ-tMsOtae0?t=1151 . A little later in the video 56 minutes and bit in watch as disorganised police fail to stop the march. However things get ugly (as you would expect) at around 1:09:18 when we discover a single person can be dog-pilled by coppers through safety barriers and then controlled through an interesting inverted meditation stance – copper kneels on a forced lotus position 1:10:13.

    • manbearpig says:

      A very important post. That EVERYONE here should watch, particularly at the indicated time stamps.

      • UKJC says:

        Thank you MBP, wish I had been there, felt a bit voyeuristic. I have been out once or twice. Many more times for Julian Assange, who I imagine the UK Sputnik guys probably support. Best wishes to the Corbetteers.

    • UKJC says:

      Some joy – 2:29:49 onwards – “Run” “Run”. Otherwise random arrests of individuals for walking in the park or not moving away fast enough…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks UKJC,
      Old Codgers unite…I like the old fella with his sign. “Watch Corbett Report” and MERCOLA information.

      It is inspiring when a large group “does not comply.” Loved seeing the crowds disobey.

      I gotta smile sometimes…I’m just not used to how politely mild the English are in their conversations, but they sure can throw around some profane language that would make a sailor blush.

  52. UKJC says:

    OFF – TOPIC – Terrorism in Iran – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z68ikVeVtcQ still live.

  53. mkey says:

    Today’s Protest in Paris turns out quite ugly for some people

    Police “workers” seems to have problems when they don’t circle one individual with a near 10 to 1 advantage.

  54. mkey says:

    Today’s London protest shows how police acts in realistic odds against the people

    Spoiler: they cower in fear.

    • UKJC says:

      Awesome @mkeys – thanks so much for digging that out. Something to share. The protests are apolitical and it was great that you found something so positive. No fireworks, at most a mis-aimed bottle or two of water. I’d hope when my fellow citizens in the blue uniform get home they might consider what happened and why, sadly I doubt that will occur.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      That was good mkey! Kind of entertaining.
      “Choose your side!” I think that was one of the chants.

      I couldn’t help but repeatedly chuckle…the police wearing masks. Why? There was absolutely NO social distancing. If a ‘deadly’ virus was anywhere near, they surely got it.
      It becomes so mindless to wear one, because it just doesn’t figure into the full equation.

    • mkey says:

      I may have misinformed the viewers regarding the date of the protest, it may have happened 2 months ago. Hopefully, at least the location part is correct.

      “Choose your side” can be heard on various other protests in UK.

  55. HomeRemedySupply says:

    “Sheeple of The New Normal”


    Parts of the body are labeled. I thought “rubber spine” was pretty good.

  56. lizzie says:

    After a conversation yesterday with my wise and gentle Shiatsu teacher, who happens to be the only person in my area who went with to the Irish protest, she explained that this wave of tyranny is coming and won’t stop. My Teacher is from Germany and told me that her grandfather said as soon as the media, the news, the television are only showing one side of an argument then it has been taken over by tyrannical forces, that is when you know.
    In nature if a wave comes you can not stop it, instead you go over under or around, shouting at the wave and telling it to stop is pointless, so what do we do I ask?
    The teacher told me that she will focus on helping the ones who are aware of what is happening and nurture the good folk who are trying to defend humanity.

    The arguments we are having with people are probably quite healthy, it’s better out than in, holding things inside is toxic and will make you sick.

    I feel a mixture of cringe and relief to hear the chants at protests, so when I hear ‘Freedom’ I cringe ‘who are we asking for this and why do we need to ask’, relived I think ‘this needs to be shouted, felt and shouted louder’.
    Then I hear ‘choose sides’, again I cringe ‘I’m not some football hooligan’ but relived I think ‘Now is the time for actions’
    My hopes are that after all this crashing and battering from the wave we will feel serene and find those others to help work on The Precious Golden Process, leaving The Great Resetters to their own demises.

    • manbearpig says:

      “I feel a mixture of cringe and relief to hear the chants at protests, so when I hear ‘Freedom’ I cringe ‘who are we asking for this and why do we need to ask’”,

      This resonated with me.

      Though it is, indeed, a relief to see, live en masse and on screens, that others agree with you,
      I’m thinking we DON’T need to ask for it, and when we do, we prove we’re not ready or worthy of it.

      Shouting “Freedom” in the streets seems like an embodied oxymoron somehow. We’d do better shouting in the streets “The Corbett Report!”
      At least that might spark some curiosity. And the epiphany, the transformation occurs on an profoundly individual basis.
      Shouting “Freedom” in the streets only demonstrates that you’re not free. And on a subconscious level the humiliating absurdity of it is not lost on specatators, and thus merely undermines the act.

      People will only really be free when they realize individually what that means. Freedom can’t be extracted from tyrants; And the essence and value of freedom cannot be communicated to those who don’t want it or who are not quite ready to embrace it.

      I guess, I’m realizing, thanks to your post, that Freedom is not something that you have or can obtain, it’s a mindset that’s expressed in your actions. Or not. In the way you live.

      So again, I’d go for behaving in ways that you believe best defend your own interests and the interests of your family and/or friends

      but I wouldn’t march in the streets demanding freedom, it just proves you’re not free;
      I wouldn’t march in the streets denouncing anti-covid measures, I would just ignore the measures to the greatest extent possible. My heart’s warmed and I feel further empowered when I pass another person in the street with no mask and we smile at each other.

      The elite-owned MSM is drooling at the mouth to have images of protests so they can portray protesters as violent, reactionary fanatics, keeping “normies” comfortable in the fact they hold the moral high ground. And scaring would-be free spirits (like myself), convincing them, that faced with all that violence, the price of freedom is too high, and perhaps cause them to abandon.

      And I’d venture to say that these protests are merely sapping people of the precious energy they’ll be needing to actually manifest freedom and communicate to receptive people on a more personal scale.

      The extremely low minority of WW2 nazi occupation resistants are often partially credited with undermining the position of Hitler’s forces. They didn’t engage in head on conflicts that they couldn’t win. They acted discreetly, according to their principles, destroying infrastructure, harbouring and hiding those in danger.

      I enjoyed the old “codger” standing with his placard in the square. That seems eminently powerful and constructive. It’s crowds that make me uneasy.

      I don’t claim what I say here is The Truth. These are just impressions I’ve had that were reinforced by the wording of your post.

      Did you write a song expressing this?

      • lizzie says:

        I did write this song about it

        And followed by

        The songs show the progression from protester to protector, that was a lot of P’s!!!

        Your words really explain my thoughts in greater detail and amplify my thoughts on protests. And you are dead on that we can’t say it’s truth and they are just impressions.
        I had a dream that I was at a festival and started shouting truth bombs saying things like ‘it will be 5 years of this if we don’t act’. And it felt so good like a release. So it happened that I got it out of my system in a dream but I’m sure there are plenty of other harmless ways you can entertain these emotions, by writing about it, drawing it, saying it to those who won’t judge you to harshly.
        I want to express my feelings with grace and dignity and be more like the old man with the placard, less like the thug shouting ‘filthy pigs’ to someone he knows nothing about.

    • mkey says:

      They are claiming it, not asking for it.

      • lizzie says:

        I agree, but while emotions are so high it’s probably being perceived differently to how it is intended.
        I’ve been to similar protests shouting the things too, so I’m obviously in two minds about it.

          • UKJC says:

            Lizzie et al,

            Demanding something i.e. “Freedom” or “Choose your side” on a demo are vital declarations. You’re sounding a little frail on the subject. I’m no Agorist I’m full on ML and am lost as to why I have to follow reactionary press in the UK to be able to find an alternative dialogue re C19.

            This is a serious threat as JC has noted, don’t undermine the severity of the situation and especially those with the guts to say : “Freedom” & “Choose your side”.

            • manbearpig says:

              Hey UKJC!

              I’ll respond as “et al”:

              Mea Culpa, I am “indeed frail on the subject”.

              Could you please explain to me why it’s vital that free people expend their precious energy by valiently throwing themselves into a mediatic ring created by and for the establishment designed to pervert the message of said free agents and make them appear violent, uncaring of the ill and otherwise anti-social or even deranged?

              I would ask that you take my word on good faith that

              1: I realize “the severity of the situation”,
              2: I’m not trying to “undermine the severity of the situation”
              nor 3: belittle or sabotage the efforts of “those with the guts to say: “”Freedom” & “Choose your side””.

              I just don’t want either people or messages to get mangled in attempts at communication held in forums, the streets in this case, that are, in fact, a form of guet-apens by the media-controlling state.

              Furthermore, besides mangling the message, I’m afraid that such demonstrations of freedom are being used to advance the agendas of the transhumanist, eugenical NWO Reset by using such manifestations of freedom to “prove” to normies that “the old unsustainable world is breaking down by simply broadcasting these images saying “as you can see, people are rioting in the streets, we must create a more equitable and sustainable world, these images are proof, we need a Great Reset!”

              As indicated in my comment above, I’m not advocating doing nothing. By using an example from WW2 I was exploring the idea that there may be more discreet but constructive ways of reaching people and changing society.

              But I’m totally open to being proven wrong and misguided, so please do set me straight and in doing so you’ll further amplify and empower, for anyone reading this exchange, the call for “Freedom!” & “Choose your side!”.

              In anticipation of your reply I’ll end with this quote from a cherished text on these boards:

              ‘The Gands wouldn’t think of it. Their one and only technique is to say no, no, a thousand times no. That’s all. But to judge by what has happened here it is more than enough.’

  57. mkey says:

    Interview met Dr. Elke F. de Klerk- Deel 1

    Another doctor that will necessitate debunking. She covers all the bases in regards to the “test”.

  58. charles.g says:

    Well said, James, as usual. I think you hit the operative word… murder! Allow me to add a little more granularity to the equation of complicity in the Covid-19 plandemic equals murder.

    ALL people complicit in this scam are all guilty of murder. The stupid ones are guilty of manslaughter. The fearful ones that just “gotta do what they gotta do” are guilty of murder in the second degree and the willfully complicit, the truly evil bastards on this planet who are far too numerous, are guilty of murder in the first degree. In a just society, they would all be behind bars or hanging from the gallows. Instead, they are planning to put us there or exterminate us all together. I can’t help feeling like my life is over. God help us and God, please have no mercy on these murdering bastards.

  59. mkey says:

    David Blanchover runs like a scared child from an open conversation*

    I snipped this from the recent Ben Swan’s panel discussion. The bit with the trigger happy “economist” was previous.

    *I may have an issue with economists, making me biased toward ridiculing them.

  60. mkey says:

    Qantas CEO Gets a pie to his face

    This video made me reminisce about the good times that was had by all when good ole Bill got a pie to his face. Good times!

    Also, this seems to imply a link to WEF, albeit a very mild one at best.


  61. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This here Zero Hedge post

    Sunday Evening – November 29th, 2020
    ZERO HEDGE – “Tyler Durden”

    What No One Is Saying About The Lockdowns

    FULL VIDEO AND TRANSCRIPT of this here Corbett Report presentation.

  62. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Free Food! Free Liquor!
    (2 minute mark of video embedded in article)

    11/29/2020 – Sunday
    NYC Pub Declares Itself “Autonomous Zone” After Government Tries To Shut It Down

    In what is a hilarious bit of irony for Democrat politicians in New York, a pub that had its liquor license yanked due to Covid rules has now declared itself an “Autonomous Zone” and is continuing to do business.

    The bar, called Mac’s Public House in Staten Island, said publicly: “We refuse to abide by any rules and regulations put forth by the Mayor of NYC and Governor of NY State.”

    They also painted “AUTONOMOUS ZONE” on the sidewalk outside the bar and put signs in the windows claiming “As of November 20, 2020, we hereby declare this establishment an AUTONOMOUS ZONE”.

    The pub had its liquor license revoked by the state and was slapped with thousands of dollars in fines after defying New York’s latest move to “orange zone status” (whatever that means) thanks to the very huge brain of “Emmy nominated” Governor Andrew Cuomo.

    Co-owner Danny Presti told The Post: “At this point, we’re OK with it, because we’re not paying it. [The Sheriff’s Department] is issuing us $1,000 fines, so they keep coming back. We’re still here. We’re not letting them in.”

    Co-owner Keith McAlarney said in a recent YouTube video: “We’re not backing down. You think you scared me by . . . saying I don’t have a license now to serve liquor now? Well guess what? That liquor license is on the wall. If that liquor license is gonna come off the wall, it’s gonna be done by Cuomo. You wanna come down here and pull that license off the wall?”

    He continued: “De Bozo – you want to come down here and pull the license off the wall? Feel free to end up comin’ down, and we’ll end up having a conversation before you even think about stepping foot on my property. I will not back down.”

    On Saturday, the bar was operating without a license, offering booze for free to a small group of customers. The move is try and exploit a loophole in Cuomo’s bill by not actually charging customers.

    One customer said: “He’s alright, he’s doing the right thing.”

    Another customer – who didn’t pay for his drink and left a $100 tip on a glass of water – said: “I totally support what he is doing. I don’t support the tyrannical nonsense they have in place.”

  63. holmesmd2 says:

    Excuse me, but at 2:15 in the video…Why does Prof David Nabarro have a clock that CLEARLY says LSD? At the World Health Organization? Is this a joke?

    Someone put a strike over the L to make it look like a 4, but obviously that was after the fact….what gives? Is this real?

    • manbearpig says:


      Indeed, it looks like lsd with a strike over it but the logo here is the same as the clock logo and their site opens with:

      “The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was agreed by world leaders in September 2015. The Agenda offers a clear vision for the future for the world’s people, for the places where they live and for the planet.

      So with it’s positivist supportive anti-lockdown message the WHO is, in fact, selling Agenda 21.

      Sharp eye you got there! And the lsd message does also indeed seem to be there. You’re not hallucinating.

      • holmesmd2 says:

        Reminds me of “Coke” bottle caps and the old 10 – 2 and 4 Dr. “Pep”er bottles….three times a day every two hours starting just after your coffee wears out should just about do it to get you through the work day.

        It might have been 2:12 on the video but it’s 4:25 on the clock….so….should just about be kicking in any time now. By 5 he’ll be flyin’.

        I might not be hallucinating, but it looks like maybe someone is.

        • manbearpig says:

          allright… I’m sure I’m missing something here… but it’s…7:25 on the clock…? or… I’m the one hallucinating… as usual… he really seems to be in a post-high crash but then what would I know about anything but basic English grammar structures so, now I’ll just go back to the present simple and with a little luck the present perfect…

          Oh wait! I get it! If we put a strike over that 7 we get a four! So it IS 4:25 on that clock!

          • holmesmd2 says:

            Oh NOOO…Mr. Bill>>>>

            You’re right!….I think he IS coming DOWN, as I probably am after too much on the keys and not enough sleep….I’m seeing mirror images or maybe just a short case of Covid-dyslexia.

            Good catch, though….1 plus 7 DOES make a 4!

            • manbearpig says:

              Indeed! Like a stricken L, a 1 and a 7 make a 4! As long as you’re standing on your head! Which is what I thought you were doing! Now I understand it was just a fleeting bout of Covid-Dyslexia! However, one more of these strikes and I’m out so back to the future
              continuous and progressive… and sustainable… where “equals” means the lowest common denominator.

  64. holmesmd2 says:

    On a more serious note: Let the Bill of Information and Writ of Mandamus filings begin:

    Conspiracy to commit murder and Murder in the First Degree, Obstruction of Justice and Misprison of a Felony: 1st Degree, Premeditated Murder. RICO Enforceable Conspiracy to Commit Felony Theft and Felony Theft…Oh, and Fraud.

    We can start with these:

    1. Victor M Corman
    2. Olfert Landt
    3. Marco Kaiser
    4. Richard Molenkamp
    5. Adam Meijer
    6. Daniel KW Chu
    7. Tobias Bleicker
    8. Sebastian Brünink
    9. Julia Schneider
    10. Marie Luisa Schmidt
    11. Daphne GJC Mulders
    12. Bart L Haagmans
    13. Bas van der Veer
    14. Sharon van den Brink
    15. Lisa Wijsman
    16. Gabriel Goderski
    17. Jean-Louis Romette
    18. Joanna Ellis
    19. Maria Zambon
    20. Malik Peiris
    21. Herman Goossens
    22. Chantal Reusken
    23. Marion PG Koopmans
    24. Christian Drosten

    Exhibit A: for the prosecution / Grand Jury:

    “Detection of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) by real-time RT-PCR” published in Eurosurveillance (January 23rd, 2020)


    Exhibit B: for the prosecution / Grand Jury:


    Witness 1: for the prosecution / Grand Jury:

    “Kevin McKernan,
    BS Emory University, Chief Scientific Officer, founder Medical Genomics, engineered the sequencing pipeline at WIBR/MIT for the Human Genome Project, Invented and developed the SOLiD sequencer, awarded patents related to PCR, DNA Isolation and Sequencing, USA”


    If this man told you something about designs and procedures related to PCR testing and Genetic Identification techniques, would you believe him? I would. He was one of the 22 authors of the

    “Retraction request letter to Eurosurveillance editorial board
    November 28, 2020
    This is the retraction-request letter sent to Eurosurveillance by the main & co-author’s, written by Dr. Peter Borger, enclosed to the extended Review Report submission via the Eurosurveillance online-submission portal. Submission date was 27th November 2020.”

    McKernan is the 4th author on the list.

    These guys have NAILED the original PCR Testing “peer reviewed” study that started this whole thing in January, 2020 to a coffin lid 5 or 6 floors deep below the surface of Area 51, where it probably began. It’s Check Mate on the Science:


    Since I’ve been away from here for the last several days, this has probably already been covered in great length on this board, but if you haven’t read this report, please do. It almost make you want to cry because it’s so obvious. Those first 24 guys have committed all those crimes listed and more, including Murder.


  65. holmesmd2 says:

    Just a few short slices:


    “This paper will show numerous serious flaws in the Corman-Drosten paper, the significance of which has led to worldwide misdiagnosis of infections attributed to SARS-CoV-2 and associated with the disease COVID-19. We are confronted with stringent lockdowns which have destroyed many people’s lives and livelihoods, limited access to education and these imposed restrictions by governments around the world are a direct attack on people’s basic rights and their personal freedoms, resulting in collateral damage for entire economies on a global scale.

    There are ten fatal problems with the Corman-Drosten paper which we will outline and explain in greater detail in the following sections.

    The first and major issue is that the novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (in the publication named 2019-nCoV and in February 2020 named SARS-CoV-2 by an international consortium of virus experts) is based on in silico (theoretical) sequences, supplied by a laboratory in China [1], because at the time neither control material of infectious (“live”) or inactivated SARS-CoV-2 nor isolated genomic RNA of the virus was available to the authors. To date no validation has been performed by the authorship based on isolated SARS-CoV-2 viruses or full length RNA thereof. According to Corman et al.:

    “We aimed to develop and deploy robust diagnostic methodology for use in public health laboratory settings without having virus material available.” [1]”

    That’s right: These guys designed a test without an actual sample of the virus they were testing for….but we already KNEW that, right? Well now it’s official and they’re not kidding.

    “The PCR test was therefore designed using the genomic sequence of SARS-CoV as a control material for the Sarbeco component; we know this from our personal email-communication with [2] one of the co-authors of the Corman-Drosten paper. This method to model SARS-CoV-2 was described in the Corman-Drosten paper as follows:

    “the establishment and validation of a diagnostic workflow for 2019-nCoV screening and specific confirmation, designed in absence of available virus isolates or original patient specimens. Design and validation were enabled by the close genetic relatedness to the 2003 SARS-CoV, and aided by the use of synthetic nucleic acid technology.””

    Of course, the N gene assay was an exact MATCh for the virus they were designing the test for so they didn’t use it: the virus? SARS-CoV-2:

    ““Of note, the N gene assay also performed well but was not subjected to intensive further validation because it was slightly less sensitive.”

  66. holmesmd2 says:

    “This was an unfortunate omission as it would be best to use all three gene PCRs as confirmatory assays, and this would have resulted in an almost sufficient virus RNA detection diagnostic tool protocol. Three confirmatory assay-steps would at least minimize-out errors & uncertainties at every fold-step in regards to “Wobbly”-spots. (Nonetheless, the protocol would still fall short of any “good laboratory practice”, when factoring in all the other design-errors).

    As it stands, the N gene assay is regrettably neither proposed in the WHO-recommendation (Figure 1) as a mandatory and crucial third confirmatory step, nor is it emphasized in the Corman-Drosten paper as important optional reassurance “for a routine workflow” (Table 2).

    Consequently, in nearly all test procedures worldwide, merely 2 primer matches were used instead of all three. This oversight renders the entire test-protocol useless with regards to delivering accurate test-results of real significance in an ongoing pandemic.”

    So….the wrong genetic material from the wrong Virus with the elimination of SOPs that validate any accurate test, including the elimination of a crucial 3rd Gene sequence that is normally required…and that’s just for starters….

    ‘The protocol as described is unfortunately very vague and erroneous in its design that one can go in dozens of different directions. There does not appear to be any standardization nor an SOP, so it is not clear how this test can be implemented.

    7. Consequences of the errors described under 1-5: false positive results.

    The RT-PCR test described in the Corman-Drosten paper contains so many molecular biological design errors (see 1-5) that it is not possible to obtain unambiguous results. It is inevitable that this test will generate a tremendous number of so-called “false positives”.

    “The first sentence of this excerpt is clear evidence that the PCR test described in the Corman-Drosten paper generates false positives. Even under the well-controlled conditions of the state-of-the-art Charité-laboratory, 4 out of 310 primary-tests are false positives per definition. Four negative samples initially tested positive, then were negative upon retesting. This is the classical example of a false positive. In this case the authors do not identify them as false positives, which is intellectually dishonest.”

    …”8. The Corman-Drosten paper was not peer-reviewed…

    Before formal publication in a scholarly journal, scientific and medical articles are traditionally certified by “peer review.” …

    In this process, the journal’s editors take advice from various experts (“referees”) who have assessed the paper and may identify weaknesses in its assumptions, methods, and conclusions. Typically a journal will only publish an article once the editors are satisfied that the authors have addressed referees’ concerns and that the data presented supports the conclusions drawn in the paper.” This process is as well described for Eurosurveillance [16].

  67. holmesmd2 says:


    9. Most likely, the Corman-Drosten paper was not peer-reviewed making the test unsuitable as a specific diagnostic tool to identify the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

    10. We find severe conflicts of interest for at least four authors, in addition to the fact that two of the authors of the Corman-Drosten paper (Christian Drosten and Chantal Reusken) are members of the editorial board of Eurosurveillance. A conflict of interest was added on July 29 2020 (Olfert Landt is CEO of TIB-Molbiol; Marco Kaiser is senior researcher at GenExpress and serves as scientific advisor for TIB-Molbiol), that was not declared in the original version (and still is missing in the PubMed version); TIB-Molbiol is the company which was “the first” to produce PCR kits (Light Mix) based on the protocol published in the Corman-Drosten manuscript, and according to their own words, they distributed these PCR-test kits before the publication was even submitted [20]; further, Victor Corman & Christian Drosten failed to mention their second affiliation: the commercial test laboratory “Labor Berlin”. Both are responsible for the virus diagnostics there [21] and the company operates in the realm of real time PCR-testing.

    In light of our re-examination of the test protocol to identify SARS-CoV-2 described in the Corman-Drosten paper we have identified concerning errors and inherent fallacies which render the SARS-CoV-2 PCR test useless.”

    SO….It’s late and that’s too much but this paper is a game changer. It could be time for round 2 or Covid-21 or whatever they think “will get attention this time.”


    look at 6:45:


    Thanks Bill.

    The real thanks to all those scientists who actually did review and debunk the foundations of our demise: the PCM Test that doesn’t work.

  68. EmmyA says:

    I like it when your gloves come off. Thank you James, your strength… gives me strength.

    I try to put compassion and love at the foreground of my conversations- but speaking bluntly to the point has a time and a place, and I think it’s now. Thank you for showing me how to achieve both simultaneously. I think you are 100% completely on-point that there comes a time when we need to draw a line in the sand and figure out where we are- then compare that to where we’d like to be. People need to hear the hard truth straight with no chaser. We need to make sure they Realize the days of judgement are here and how they Choose to live their God given life makes a Big difference. We need to make sure they know… It’s not news to you anymore. You have been warned, claiming ignorance will not help you. Knowledge is Power- how will you use it?

    God Bless you James (and your cited transcript <3 )! So grateful for you!!

  69. HomeRemedySupply says:

    December 1st – Tuesday
    The Modern American Cowboy – TRUCKERS

    #StopTheTires – American Truckers Halt Shipments during Thanksgiving Season

    EXCERPTS (videos in article)

    Truckers have had enough.
    Groups of truckers began a strike inspired by the #StopTheTires movement on Monday, ceasing to transport non-essential goods.

    Groups of truckers began a strike inspired by the #StopTheTires movement on Monday, ceasing to transport non-essential goods.

    One video compilation reveals lines of trucks on American highways, halted to a stop. Many truckers speak of poor treatment from their communities, citing support for first responders and ignorance of the contributions truckers have made during the coronavirus pandemic. Truckers cite onerous coronavirus restrictions, poor maintenance of roads, and the shutdown of rest facilities they rely on. Many are also pointing to what they identify as a fraudulent 2020 US presidential election and Joe Biden’s hostility to the blue-collar middle class demographic truckers identify with.

    Figures affiliated with the #StopTheTires movement have urged truck drivers carrying essential cargo such as food and medical supplies not to strike. It’s likely that any cessation of trucking will result in inconveniences for American consumers, with popular goods becoming unavailable at many retailers.

    Organizers had earlier encouraged temporary strikes on Veteran’s Day and Thanksgiving, with trucker Jeremy Rewoldt citing the damage a potential Joe Biden presidency could incur on truckers. Biden opposes fracking, a method of producing fossil fuels, Rewolt pointed to the Democrat as a crucial supporter of Black Lives Matter riots and criminals that deter truckers from entering major American cities.

    If the truckers are not provided the respect they deserve, it’s likely that major contingents of the American public will eventually starve.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      November 29th upload
      FURIOUS truckers SHUT DOWN in America
      (6 minutes)

      I strongly encourage people to watch this video. It portrays a large part of the American culture which often goes unnoticed.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        And the moral of the story…”Don’t mess with a Trucker”

        It is election time. In the U.S., voting is by state rules and state ballots. Thus, an out of state originated ballot would be weird.

        A truck driver who was delivering to the US Postal Service says he was suspicious of his cargo load of 288,000 COMPLETED ballots which were from New York but routed to Pennsylvania, along with weird non-standard protocols for mail.

        When you watch the video, you find that an Executive “suit” gave him all kinds of unprecedented grief and non-standard procedure.
        The big ultimate sin!…this trucker lost his favorite trailer.

        Jesse Morgan, a truck driver with USPS subcontractor says he was suspicious of his cargo load of 288,000 COMPLETED ballots: “I was driving completed ballots from New York to Pennsylvania. I didn’t know, so I decided to speak up.”
        (10 minute interesting video testimony by the Trucker)

  70. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This is sad…

    Restaurant Owner shut down, but Movie Company can offer dining next to her place.

    In this latest example, the owner of the Pineapple Hill Grill & Saloon in Sherman Oaks, Angela M, offers heartbreaking commentary as she walks through her parking lot – revealing that while her own outdoor dining has been shut down due to heightened pandemic restrictions, a movie studio was granted permission to set up outdoor dining tents for a production.

    (2 minute Twitter Video)

    • flammable says:

      This is what disappoints me the most throughout all of this. People being half-assed about what they support. If you fully supported social distancing and lockdowns you should have never allowed exceptions to these major companies. I even bet the whole pandemic would disappear if the lockdown supporters demanded no essentials or exceptions. Just everyone lock down and only deliveries be made.

    • mkey says:

      Voltaire: “Those Who Can Make You Believe Absurdities, Can Make You Commit Atrocities”

      We are living in the golden age of hypocrisy and absurdity.

  71. HomeRemedySupply says:

    BUMP this post…

    4-Year-Old Almost Dies due to Lung Infection Caused by Prolonged Mask Wearing
    (2 excellent videos embedded – Only a sociopath would not rage against this insanity!)


    Dr. Eric Nepute in St. Louis took time to record a video rant that he wants everyone to share, after the 4-year-old child of one of his patients almost died from a bacterial lung infection caused by prolonged mask use.

    He states: “The system is set up to kill people right now.”

    See also:
    In a video that is going viral, one mother records her rant against mandatory face masks for children in school, after her son passed out wearing a mask during a Physical Education class at school.
    (Don’t miss this video.)

  72. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Dec 4th
    Argentina – When the public has had enough…you don’t want to be a policeman.
    (45 second video)

    (Sidenote: #comment-99999)

    • mkey says:

      Just for clarity, this was some three years ago during protest due to austerity “measures”. Still golden. I like how people even seemed determined to help the cop who fell on the ground. Something I kind of doubt would be happening if the roles were switched.

  73. spider says:

    A Stanford University study claims mandatory stay-at-home orders and business closures have “no clear, significant beneficial effect” on Covid-19 case growth and may even lead to more frequent infections in nursing homes.

    However, when they compared epidemic spreads in places that implemented less restrictive measures with those opting for a full-blown lockdown they found “no clear, significant beneficial effect” of the latter on the number of cases in any country.

    The research goes on to suggest that empirical data from the later wave of infections shows that restrictive measures fail to protect vulnerable populations. “The proportion of COVID-19 deaths that occurred in nursing homes was often higher” under tough restrictions “rather than under less restrictive measures.” It also says that there’s evidence suggesting that “sometimes under more restrictive measures, infections may be more frequent in settings where vulnerable populations reside relative to the general population.”

  74. Tsuyoshi says:

    I just came across this article that Nick Hudson of PANDA wrote on Twitter:

    Possibly the quote of the crisis: “The task now is to rebuild a civilized life that is no longer so fragile as to allow insane people to lay waste to all that humanity has worked so hard to build.” So true.

    And the author of this article talks about the high school student who came up with the idea of lockdown, which has been adopted by the entire world.


    • Tsuyoshi says:

      This is a quote from the article:

      His name was Robert Glass, a computer scientist with no medical training, much less knowledge, about viruses. Glass, in turn, was inspired by a science fair project that his 14-year-old daughter was working on.

      She theorized (like the cooties game from grade school) that if school kids could space themselves out more or even not be at school at all, they would stop making each other sick. Glass ran with the idea and banged out a model of disease control based on stay-at-home orders, travel restrictions, business closures, and forced human separation.

      • seasons says:

        The idea of quarantines continues to be proposed in nearly every epidemic and pandemic. Since the 1918 Spanish Flu, there have been multiple outbreaks predicted to be worse than the 1918 Flu outbreak and we needed to quarantine. When the predictions failed to come close despite not locking down, the outbreaks were later deemed to be lucky breaks and we would need to quarantine when the “BIG ONE” finally happens. I never noticed before that we as a population were prepped for many decades into accepting quarantines eventually. The mainstream experts and authorities refused to consider that quarantines don’t work and created more harm.

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