March Open Thread (2022)

03/06/2022279 Comments

It's March and spring has almost sprung in the Northern hemisphere, so you know what that means: it's time for a new open thread!

Are you looking to discuss the most recent Sunday Flashback video on NATO and Anti-NATO: Two Sides of the Same Coin?

Do you want to opine on the collapse of the scamdemic and the attempt by the worst COVID cultists to laugh off the last two years and pretend it never happened (as depicted in this SNL skit and this reaction)? Or the specter of the global pandemic treaty that they are starting to hammer out now to push the COVID narrative through to its pre-scripted end.

Or perhaps you're interested in debating and documenting the latest moves toward the construction of the transhuman "solution" to our biosecurity nightmare.

Or maybe you're just jonesing for a Just For Laughs in the absence of the regular newsletter (in which case, here you go).

Oh, and I guess there's some kind of "military operation" going on somewhere near Russia right now (just DON'T CALL IT A WAR!)

Whatever the case, Corbett Report members are invited to log in and engage in discussion in the comments below.

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  1. un-stoppable says:

    None of what follows will be new to anyone here, but it may be a useful for framing the problem


    The war is anything but organic. Instead, it’s the crescendo of the NWO dialectic as it will manifest gargantuan systemic problems demanding systemic foundational solutions.

    The war will destroy supply chains even further than they already are, wreaking absolute havoc. Currencies – already on their last legs – will be deliberately hyper-inflated away all over the globe in order to pay for it. Etc.

    Everyone will be demanding something be done and the pre-planned solutions will be one-world-government and CBDCs (Central Bank Digital Currencies). These CBDCs will link with your social credit score and carbon output in order to determine your eligibility – in real time – to participate or not participate in the economy.

    Red vs blue, east vs west, these dichotomies exploit people’s innate tribal nature – dividing and conquering them – making them easy to control with simple thoughts about “the enemy” who isn’t really their enemy – while blinding them to the actual enemy behind the curtain pulling the puppet strings. If we could collectively recognize this for what it is the NWO wouldn’t stand a chance.

    The globalists now have the technology to do away with the left versus right control system, and so they’re angling in for full control at an individual level – from the inside out. We have to be aware of this in order to prevent it from happening.

    Here is how far they’ve brought us, and where they want to take us:

    As a solution we need to get working on a parallel economy and means of exchange yesterday. But since yesterday is behind us—let’s get to work on it today instead. Right now, actually.

    It is time we stopped using our enemy’s control system and built our own version instead – free from anyone’s control.

    Let’s get to work building a future worth living in, because if we do not we will not have one.

    • un-stoppable says:

      I’ve posted this comment elsewhere and one of the responses I received I thought would be worth sharing here for your consideration (again, none of this is likely new to anyone here):


      By Dutchman:

      LOCAL, both for governance and commerce.

      And Ammunition as currency; it has intrinsic value, is available in many denominations, is easily divisible, and can’t counterfeit.

      Look at the Amish.

      As small communities, we may not be able to provide all our WANTS, but we can provide all our NEEDS.

      And, the hard times WILL develop the hard men and women, to replace the soyboys and schrews we have far too many of, now.

      • openlens says:

        Okay. So it’s gonna be “hard men and women” against “soy boys and schrews”.
        Got it.

        Is there a church I could join? Or a monastery? I don’t fit into any of those categories.Not sure I would even recognize correctly!! The Israeli army has three mandatory vegetarian days a week, at least when a friend was hired to make tofu for them. I don’t know, they were the most drastically macho ones to ever appear on the tourist scene in Thailand. They aren’t the “soy boys”, are they?
        Oh, dear. Will I be safe?

        • Duck says:


          “..Oh, dear. Will I be safe?..”

          No, NO ONE is going to be safe…. the last two hundred years or so of wealth creation have allowed a gigantic number of people to live lives unimaginably better and more comfortable then even Royalty could have imagined 3 or 4 hundred years back.

          How many soy boys and schrews and sexual deviants do you think existed in Dark Ages Europe? Some, but FAR fewer then the Romans Empire could support

      • alexmac says:

        AMEN !
        Local governance and commerce – the local sociopaths are easier to deal with than those at the federal level.

        • un-stoppable says:


          I also think cutting out reliance on retailers is what we need to start thinking about as well. We need to figure out how to completely extract ourselves from their system and our dependence on it.

          • Duck says:


            “…We need to figure out how to completely extract ourselves from their system and our dependence on it….”

            You need other people to do that effectively…I think it was Tom Paine in COmmon sense who said that a single person in the wild is as good as dead at the slightest accident, an accident that is minor when your in a group

      • mjcustom says:

        Thanks to who shed light on commodity link. It reminded me to rememberto get the dual conversion kit for the generator. Looks like propane is doing alright for now.

    • klhop777 says:

      Good words. Totally agree and thanks for the site you provided. Will be checking it out.

      • un-stoppable says:

        Thank you for saying so klhop777, and for checking out the site. I hope you find something worth your while.

        • klhop777 says:

          I am totally into this site! The information you provided is concise and well formatted. Each subject matter is well thought out with a throve of information in which it leaves no doubt the extensive research you have done. While it may be true, as you suggested, that some of this will not be new to many of us; the way in which you have assembled the information makes the subjects easy to comprehend and also to share with ‘normies’. I found it interesting to note the dates on the DARPA publications you put forth. I will be sending this site to others. Information well worth reading. Keep up the good work!

          • un-stoppable says:

            That’s really good to hear, thank you klhop777, and thanks for sharing it. I think getting information to others is one of the best things we can be doing at this late hour.

    • annak says:

      How can local economies be sustainable in a world where no matter how many weapons individuals have, we are technologically dwarfed, not to mention surveillance at every level? I’m just trying to understand HOW this will be feasible.

      • un-stoppable says:

        Good question, I am open to ideas. Maybe James can share what he’s discovered on this topic.

        Regardless of what you think about the narrator in this video, his point is valid, 5G appears to be a weapon:

        That they are surrounding us with. I’ve also heard that the 5G towers, like the military bases, run off of a different grid than everything else, which – if true – means that when CyberPolygon kicks into high gear we’ll be sitting ducks.

        Here is an extensive timeline on CyberPolygon, Davos has been signaling that a grid shutdown via cyber attack is in our future since at least late 2020:

        So yes, annak, things do indeed look grim. If anyone has any ideas on what we can do to prepare for and/or prevent any of this I am all ears.

  2. ChrisJones2020 says:

    I dont know about yall, but I can’t wait to see what info Part 3 of his Al-Qaeda Documentary has to provide.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I like your grammar…“I dont know about yall”. I talk that way.
      I’m looking forward to Part 3 also. The Corbett and Broc documentaries are legendary.

  3. colosseum says:

    Hi there,

    Just wanted to leave here a link to a dump of pfizer documents … There is enough to keep you sleepless at night for months 😉

    • zyxzevn says:

      Even the pfizer documents can be a distraction, because the governments were involved in this disaster as well.

      We all knew in advance that these experiments were really bad.
      We knew that these companies and their associates were extremely corrupt
      and were also pushing eugenics.

      And we knew from real science that these injections would not be safe at all.
      The animal tests had all failed. It did not even give protection.

      The workings of the experiments were causing damage.
      The spike protein, the main ingredient, was already known to be toxic.
      The auto-immunity reactions are very common with mRNA/gen based injections.
      The artificial codes were designed to disable the immune system.
      Allergy reactions from lipid capsules for example.

      There was no safety at all in the design of these experimental products.

      And for some reason the governments found it completely OK to put an
      experimental product regularly into people that might kill ALL of them.
      Even mandate them or enforce them in other ways.

      No we are studying the side-effects we are seeing long term damage.
      Like cancer (best know long term disease),
      clots lots of clots (65%), sticky clots in most dead,
      severe auto-immunity in vital organs (in 95% of autopsies),
      prion diseases, (extend unknown)
      nerve system damage. (most visible unless it is blindness)

      In the documents we see a name for many combinations of
      damage-causes, organs and side-effects.
      The idea is to give doctors a long list so they can no
      long spot the obvious: It always causes damage.

      Companies like Pfizer and Moderna may not longer exist after a few years.
      The real problem is that the governments are pushing experiments
      and mandates as a standard solution.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Pfizer Documents Dump

      Thanks for the link, colosseum.
      Great reference.
      I had heard about the dump.

  4. Hare says:

    In a recent video posted by Mr.Corbett

    titled “The Future of Censorship” a comment is posted by 2D Chess Dweller.

    ““And, if you’re using a mobile phone to browse the web, I recommend upgrading to a computer.”

    In a somewhat response to Mr.Corbett’s video and also directly to above quoted comment I said:

    ” A desktop you mean? I have heard this before and have asked around to a few senior engineers. All said it didn’t make a difference. All hardware is compromised. From the processor to the keyboard. The OS we are on doesn’t make a difference either. Again, its all in the hardware I am told.

    If the ISP isn’t tracking you the hardware is.

    I am still interested in as to why you see a difference between mobile and desktop? Could you explain a wee bit? Thanks for your time.”

    In terms of desktops we have windows, macos, and linux. To my knowledge all are compromised software wise, yes even linux.

    On mobile alternative OS’s are being offered such as Lineage OS, which if I understand correctly is still google dependent in some way (macro-g?). It is also device model specific which creates barriers.

    These alternative solutions though do not affect hardware issues. I remember reading any processer after late 80’s early 90’s on any computer is “backdoored”.

    I remember a project on a “replacable hardware parts” mobile phone going viral and then Motorola bought the project and since then nothing being heard of.

    It has always been a big question of mine as to why in today’s age general users are only offered two versions of OS’s on mobile, Android (open-sourced but good luck with that) and iOS . Its a complicated thing to build but there are billions of us.

    2D chess dweller also brings up TOR:

    It is admitted in the comment anonymity using TOR is questionable and I would add it also has a questionable history, just like the Internet haha. The pros given for using it are to avoid censorship, such as accessing sites to obtain information.

    2D Chess Dweller offers to help anyone with install of TOR and I am curious as to of his opinion of using built-in TOR on such as the Brave browser.

    It also brings up the question of VPN’s and their gaining popularity. I would question to say, are they not the same as an ISP except that they publically claim to not track you? ISP’s dont publically claim to track you. To my knowledge, quite a few VPN’s have been caught selling users data. Also both services will give up users data upon government request. A popular VPN is protonVPN which is Swiss based who recently became not so neutral. ProtonVPN also hosts a popular free email service.

    Speaking of free email services, tutanota, another popular “encrypted” service has announced that Ukraine is a “free and democractic society” and will donate 25% of their profits from February and March to humanitarian aid in the Ukraine.

    [SNIP – Please keep comments to 500 words or less. Longer comments can be split into multiple posts. -JC]

    • Hare says:


      Helping out war victims is great but to announce the quoted text “free amd democratic” just shows another tech company involving themselves in politics with ignorance or via following the agenda. Tutanota is german based.

      I am interested to see if anyone has any insights to these issues. Thanks.

    • openlens says:

      there was some kind of news several months ago regarding most VPN’s being bought up by major money playes. So I wouldn’t count too much on VPNs I was given an email on protonmail, sent it from my protonmail, and told me there was no such address.

      • Duck says:

        VPN’s are good to keep you IP hidden which honestly works ok for MOST people. People should have separate browsers for different things and maybe use ‘Virtual Box’ virtual computers for surfing since tracking cookies are stuck on the the VM.

        If you dont want to pay for a VPN you can do what THIS guy shows and set up your own with Proxychains. He’s using Linux but I think windows will do the same thing….but windows is spyware anyway, hahaha.

    • Duck says:

      `Switched to linux` has a bitchute and youtube channel and he has several times gone into privacy… it is very possible to be private on the internet IF you are willing to learn and think about it and suffer some inconvenience.

      If your hardwis being used to spy on you you have Government problems, most of the spying is done by corporations. Mobile phones, however have things built into the hardware that normal people can not physically remove like you can a desktop computer…. also phones and tablets are media consumption devices that don’t give you access to the workings in a useful way unless your super nerd….they are convenient though

    • mkey says:

      I think that comment mostly refers to a desktop having the potential to be a proper workstation, unlike any mobile devices. If one is to produce media of their own, they should have a decent desktop.

  5. dmay says:

    Thanks for the video!
    I’ll leave a longer comment as soon as tells me what position to take.

  6. allcomp says:

    ‘Because — there is a war on for your mind…’

    Always seem to come back to that famous quote. There is quite actually a war on for your soul – of which the mind plays an outsized role, but that is probably a topic for another discussion.

    Funny, James made a quip the other day on of his interviews that went along the lines of ‘Well, the Alex Jones of 2007 is not the Alex Jones of today…’


    As unstoppable above has pointed out, it’s here folks – in all its wretched glory, the Sh!tstorm has landed. Don’t panic, but do what needs to be done to prepare nonetheless. Our overseers showed their collective hands ~2 years ago when they made (what seemed at the time) the rather odd comment, that ‘we are never going back to normal’. And of course they were and are, right. One only needed use their eyes to see.

  7. Sherry says:

    What a tangled web…

    I’d like to see a deep dive into the Biden Ukraine Bribe tapes:

    Seems to me that war is okay with Biden as long as the extortion on record doesn’t become known worldwide.

    We cannot forget that all these players are tied to WEF (Putin, Zelenskyy, Biden, Kerry, Trump, to name a few)

    Also former Ukraine president Poroskenky (player in the Biden tapes:

    Also Viktor Yanukovvch, the former Ukraine President who ran off with Ukraine’s money (player in the Biden tapes):

  8. Duck says:


    The March Thread PICTURE takes you to FEB threat, the TEXT works just fine to come here

  9. Duck says:

    I was listening to the war update and THESE guys (who have lots of interesting technical video’s but look kinda like a place that would attract Fed Posting)

    They made the point that Russia is not acting as if they are overly serious about crushing Ukraine

    • Fact Checker says:

      The idea that Russia would want to “crush Ukraine” in the first place is a typically American derangement in thinking.

      Coach Red Pill points out in his latest video that he is in Kharkov, which is encircled by the Russian military, and yet he still has reliable electricity, internet, and water. The Russians have no reason to have interest in punishing or harming Ukrainians. That’s how America does it, but that’s not normal. America is uniquely wicked and monstrous in that way.

      The Russians are simply drumming out the pro-US Jewish-mobster-scum that were installed in the puppet government over Russia’s ethnic brethren. Why in the world would they want to “crush Ukraine”?

      (I didn’t watch your link, but the “point” you highlight appears at first blush to be based on some profoundly faulty premises.)

      • Duck says:

        Fact Checker

        “…(I didn’t watch your link, but the “point” you highlight appears at first blush to be based on some profoundly faulty premises.),…,”

        Crush, not destroy or eradicate.
        The Russians would be expected to wish to win the war in a timely manner, and from the report are either far more incompetent then believed or are not really pushing for a big win.

        “.. That’s how America does it, but that’s not normal. America is uniquely wicked and monstrous in that way….”

        You have no basis to judge such things but just to be clear the history of the human race is full of far worse things then anything Europeans have done… leaving cities shattered with piles of skulls goes back to the first known Cities between the rivers.

        The Mongols were planning to depopulate China and turn it into horse pasture (a slave convinced them that getting Taxes was better…) and didn’t Machiavelli said the only way to hold a city that had known freedom was to destroy it ? The Red army had a defacto policy of revenge rape and murder on German civilians after the front had passed over them and Eastern Europe well known for having successor populations after they clean out the prior…hell, even the Red Indians did that kinda thing when they could and the Muslims had maybe the biggest ever genocide on Hindu’s back in the invasion of North India and when the British Empire left they went right back to mass murdering each other

        The hipster line that America is uniquely brutal or evil is based on lack of knowledge

        • Fact Checker says:

          “win the war in a timely manner”
          “big win”

          All Americanized, simplistic deformed concepts, applying notions of corporate efficiency and childish sportsball to complicated and delicate matters of statecraft.

          You are so possessed by the American lens that you can’t step back from its barbaric distortions, even for glimpses of perspective.

          Re Machiavelli: you think the Ukrainians under the Jewish mafia Zalenskyy regime “know freedom”? Good gawd. They’ve been whipsawed by tyranny since the Soviet days.

          You’re stubbornly missing my point: Russia is thinking in terms of assimilation. America, yes, is more like the rapacious Mongol hordes. The difference is that America always claims to be seeking “hearts and minds,” even as it lays waste with gleeful abandon.

          • Duck says:

            “…You’re stubbornly missing my point: Russia is thinking in terms of assimilation….”

            If you had watched the ‘S2 underground’ report you might know what you and I are talking about.

            To assimilate it is beneficial to WIN CONTROL and normally one does so with maximum effort.

            Its not a big point… just that they do not appear to be trying all that hard to gain a speedy victory which (IF TRUE) is be interesting.

  10. John Blaid says:

    Two recommended documentaries to watch that questions “virology” and the alleged evidence of the existence of “viruses”.

    “The Viral Delusion – The Tragic Pseudoscience of SARS-CoV2 & The Madness of Modern Virology

    Featuring: Andrew Kaufman, MD; Tom Cowan, MD; Stefan Lanka, Virologist; Torsten Engelbrecht, journalist; Claus Kohnlein, MD; Kevin Corbett, PhD RN; David Rasnick, Biochemist PhD; Mark Bailey, MD; Dawn Lester and David Parker, Authors; Stefan Scoglio, Biochemist PhD; Saeed Qureeshi, Chemist PhD; Celia Farber, Journalist; Harold Wallach, PhD; Pam Popper, PhD, ND; Charles Geshekter, PhD; Amanda Volmer ND, Jim West, Author; Larry Palevsky MD; and more.”

    “TERRAIN exposes the tyrannical world pandemic hoax, built upon the flawed model of illness and disease known as Germ Theory. This Two-part documentary explores Terrain Theory, a model for health that works in symbiosis with nature to promote wellness and healing free of a corrupt and flawed medical paradigm. TERRAIN motivates and inspires viewers to understand the power and responsibility of consent.

    Featuring: Marcelina Cravat – Director and Producer
    Andrew Kaufman, M.D. – Producer
    Tom Cowan, M.D. – Alternative Medicine Doctor, Author
    Sayer Ji – Researcher, Author, Presenter
    Stefan Lanka, Ph.D. – Researcher, Biologist
    Alphonse Faggiolo – Common Law Expert
    Kelly Brogan, M.D. – Holistic Psychiatrist
    Sally Fallon Morell – President. Weston A. Price Foundation, Author
    Peggy Hall – Educator, Activist
    Dr. Sam Bailey – Medical Doctor
    Veda Austin – Water Researcher, Public Speaker
    Mark McDonald, M.D. – Medical Doctor
    Barre Lando – Social Psychologist, Naturopath
    Jason Lindgren – Musician, Writer, Talk Show Host
    Tony Roman – Restauranteur, Activist”

    Official freedom of information requests done worldwide that supports these documentaries.

    “FOIs reveal that health/science institutions around the world have no record of SARS-COV-2 isolation/purification, anywhere, ever”

    “FOIs reveal that health/science institutions have no record of any “virus” having been isolated/purified. Because virology isn’t a science.”

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I am Mr McAdams!

    In Corbett’s script at the top near the March Open Thread banner, don’t miss this story. It is the new meme.
    Corbett’s script…
    Or maybe you’re just jonesing for a Just For Laughs in the absence of the regular newsletter (in which case, here you go).

    Be sure to follow the links to see the what finally happened.

    • klhop777 says:

      HaHa! This was great. Living here in Texas and being part of Dr. Pauls group for many years, we all got a good laugh at Daniel! The fact that he even raised his voice, being the quite serious and low key guy that he is, gave us a ‘raised eye-brow’ and ‘get’em Daniel!’ type of response. Loved to see this!

  12. vickyut says:

    I feel that Sunday flashback video, NATO vs. ANTI-NATO two sides of the same coin. As a third-generation Taiwanese whose Chinese KMT grandparents fled to Taiwan in 1949, I grew up learning about propagandas from all sides, be it the KMT, the CCP and later the revisionist Taiwanese DPP government. I remember watching the Hong Kong protests in 2017 and reading the online discourse and saw how both sides blamed the other for being used as pawns for imperialism, be it American or Chinese. The pro-China camp would point out how much of the protesters were fuelled and possibly funded by the National Endowment for Democracy and discredit the movement as foreign interference in domestic politics. The pro-HK independence camp would blame the pro-China folks to be indoctrinated communists wumao who do no understand Hong Kong people’s wishes and plight. At the time, while I was sympathetic towards the Hong Kong people, I was fully bought into the idea that western/American imperialism is evil only aims to destabilize different regions of the world for its own interests, and therefore sided more with the pro-China camp, despite the fact that my family fled CCP China.

    After 2020, I don’t see the world the same anymore, and could not support any globalist movement towards digital dictatorship, be it China or the US. It is sad that so often we’re being pitted against each other and made to choose between one immoral state from another more/less immoral one. I am still seeing how this east vs west dichotomy is being used for the globalist agenda in my community. I live in Canada now and know many Taiwanese and Hong Kong Canadians. Since many Taiwanese and Hong Kong Canadians have good reasons to despise CCP China, a lot of them automatically assume that the “free and democratic” west is the good guy and don’t question their government as much. It can partly explain why among all the minorities in both Canada and the US, East Asians have the highest jab rates, sometimes even higher than White Canadians or Americans. I found it very difficult discussing the rona with my TW/HK Canadian friends because most of them don’t believe the west can be this evil. Interestingly I have easier time talking about the jab with my Chinese Canadian friends.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks for your comment. It helps to add context and perspective about the general views of others.

      “…most of them don’t believe the west can be this evil.”

      I think that is a very important point, and that its essence is far reaching across many dynamics.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Here is a link to the Sunday FLASHBACK of March 6th
        NATO and Anti-NATO: Two Sides of the Same Coin?

      • vickyut says:

        Yes. The older I get, the more people I talk to, and the more diverse views I expose myself to, the more I realize we humans can easily believe in and justify authoritarianism depending on the culture and environment we surround ourselves with. It can take a quite some time and effort to come out of the bias we grow up with, even after exposure to different perspectives. I don’t bother trying to “wake people up” anymore, just offer different perspective or simply real life events they have never heard of.

        One thing for certain, is that the oligarchs of different parts of the world use their supposed “enemies” from different parts of the world to justify their own power grab. CCP China claims it needs the authoritarian power to stop US funded separatist/democratic movement in the nation, and the US claims it needs to monitor/access South China Sea and possibly Taiwan strait to stop Chinese aggression. It is all playing out now on the Russia and Ukraine front.

        • mkey says:

          I don’t bother trying to “wake people up” anymore, just offer different perspective or simply real life events they have never heard of.

          If done in a flippant fashion, I think this approach holds a decent amount of potential to succeed. Getting people too hot to start with is not the best first step.

    • robster says:

      Well said vickyut. On the rona: this is not “the west” nor “the east”. There is no virus, see John’s comment abpve. Virology is what’s used by the globalist elites/private banking kartels to enforce global tiranny.

  13. Howler Monkey says:

    In respect, to all fellow humans, and Corbett Report members,

    Look inward, look inside your soul and what you, as a person alive today wants for your future.

    Stop being an observer of current events and living glued to your device….decide to empower yourself, and those you love.

    Honestly, who cares what they said. Look inside and decide what you said. It’s a big difference. It’s life changing. you have a human birth right to live as you wish.

    Disengage from what are “they” are doing and ask yourself what are you doing to change yourself and those around you.

    Embrace the fact that you make a difference. Embrace that “media”, “politics” and unfortunately most of the people you associate with make no difference.

    Be the difference.

    WEF, The Reset, Russia, Climate Change all make no difference if you set your own agenda and don’t engage. They are powerless, it’s beautiful.

    Live free, live well and raise your vibration.

    In Lak’ech

    • Hare says:

      Indeed and well said. Unzip the 2D painting and climb through. Learn to see reality for what it really is, observe not the strokes on the canvas, nor the canvas, look beyond the canvas.

      I talk to myself here as I do to others.

      • Howler Monkey says:

        Indeed, I also talk to myself. To see your purpose, or the canvas, or the truth. Look inward.
        The answer is in your soul.

        For most, the canvas is still white, paint with truth. Reveal your truth.

        In Lak’ech

  14. Howler Monkey says:

    Set your own agenda, why do you feel it’s important to express other peoples aggression?

    The only news report available is history, make your own. Make your own life.

    See yourself as the answer, see yourself the gift you are.

    Raise community, raise the narrative, raise your human vibration.

    In Lak’ech

  15. Howler Monkey says:

    One more thing, they really are powerless, and yes it is a beautiful thing.

    All you have to do is say no.

    Never forget, their only power over you is fiat currency, yep….house payments or rent. Yep, higher grocery bills or fuel bills.

    Don’t engage, disrespect their assumed power over you life.

    Live yours, and live it well.

    I get history, been a student my whole life. But now is not the time, feel truth.

    Grow food!! Live well and disengage.

    Live in community, rely on community, create community.

    In Lak’ech

    • openlens says:

      Thanks and praise , bless the courage with which you speak.

      Maybe I’ll watch Waste Land by Vic Muniz again, and get back down to the real nitty gritty. Never got far from it anyway, not enough to forget.

      Maybe I’ll read Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee again. I don’t know. That’s pretty rough. I could not read it to anyone out loud. Not me.

      Maybe I’ll compose a new love song. Everyone will like that. Some will . One person can be everyone. If I love it, it’s good.

      • Howler Monkey says:

        As long as we find our strength it should not matter. The only thing that does matter is we find it.

        Community is key, for me it’s the solution.

        Love the song idea, music is a portal to the soul, through vibration.

        In Lak’ech

  16. Fact Checker says:

    Weird reference to James Corbett on a rando substack post I came across:

    The author seems to suggest that James Corbett has taken some position contrary to this Alex Thomson spook who has come out of the woodwork to engineer/reinforce the “Putin Good!” narrative:

    “In an hour long podcast episode with James Delingpole, the Ukraine/Russia expert and former GCHQ analyst Alex Thomson surmises that Putin is not with the global cabal despite his past pretenses. Assuming this is true, and James Corbett is wrong, that makes the enemy of our enemies Putin? It makes sense when you see who the media is portraying as the villain. Remember, this is the CIA-controlled western media and western governments presently banning any alternative viewpoints. ”

    I really don’t follow what the author is saying. True, James has not taken the position that is attributed to Thomson here, but from my understanding, he hasn’t outright taken some contrary position. Can somebody help me? (I wouldn’t have brought it up, but even Lew Rockwell has been linking to this substack.)

    • Will says:

      I. too, did a double-take at The Good Citizen’s reference, and then guessed that James had at some point made one of his cautionary notes re: the adage “the enemy of my enemy.”

      That assumption of mine is based upon Good Citizen’s appreciation of JC’s work & track record, as compared with any prop coming out of British/US HQ’s. One can ask GC for clarification. He often responds. And it’s often parody…

  17. wiesiek says:

    There are so many issues… perhaps I will limit myself for now to talking about JC and the Corbet Report. I have enormous respect and gratitude for James and the work he does. And I think, too, that it takes courage to openly challenge the diabolical lies of 9/11, and such. James’s effectiveness makes him all the more vulnerable (I hope things will never move beyond banning him from Themtube!). There are however some (minor) issues where James and I might not see things eye to eye (this however does not mean that I value or respect his views any less!). One such thing is anarchism.

    Growing up in communist Eastern Europe, I was led to believe that anarchism was evil. They also taught us that no philosophy, ancient or modern, could compare to the dialectical materialism of Karl Marx — this I didn’t believe, but I remember how they used the philosophy of Stoicism as a paragon of nonsense. Now I have come to love Stoicism (its ethics are very close to Buddhist ethics), and my attitude to anarchism has changed too. My first eye opener regarding anarchism was the treatment I received from the local anarchists in Vienna who welcomed me — a Flüchtlinge from behind the iron curtain — with open arms, giving me free entry to the punk concerts they organized, etc. The egalitarian values of anarchism resonated with me.

    But is anarchism, as a lived experience, at all possible other than in combination with organized structures that reach beyond one’s community? I understand that anarchism is about communities and decentralization (an organized global anarchism would be a contradiction in terms). However, we need certain things that anarchism could hardly offer, such as global communications networks (otherwise we wouldn’t have this forum), etc., which can’t be achieved — or can they? — without some degree of global organizing and executive bodies. I use the word “global” with trepidation, as I certainly don’t support the WEF’s globalist agenda — it would be impossible to support their social credit score system, etc.!

    But I don’t know very much about anarchism, so please forgive if I talked nonsense.

    • R.A. says:

      There is a difference between the associations of like-minded technical people that are needed to build something like the internet, and the political networks that use such an achievement for oppressive purposes.

      I have participated in the Audio Engineering Society which collaborates with SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers), etc. What you find in such groups is that they are well suited to people who want to do useful work, such as developing standards for digital exchange of audio or video, and not well suited for people with political agendas. Indeed, my experience is that people with radically different viewpoints about politics can, nevertheless, put aside those viewpoints and participate in the technical groups with little problem.

      This raises the possibility that we could run most of society without the political bullshit. People who want to get things done tend to be drawn to others with similar interests, and that can transcend issues of politics–at least in a healthy social environment.

      Maybe this applies even under conditions that are otherwise very dysfunctional. I’m thinking of the fact that German radio engineers developed modern analog tape recording technology during the 1930’s and early 1940’s–there was a war on in Nazi Germany, and yet some brilliant people were recording symphony orchestras on tape in stereo! After the war ended, Allied signal corp officers were astonished by what they found. But I digress–my point is that we can have technical development and structures without oppressive political organization.

      • wiesiek says:

        Thank you R.A.!

        “There is a difference between the associations of like-minded technical people that are needed to build something like the internet, and the political networks that use such an achievement for oppressive purposes.”

        I absolutely agree. But the “associations of like-minded technical people” could not function without the global infrastructure, such as satellites in orbit, central servers, etc., which can’t be just conjured up. Those who own the infrastructure also have the power to control the content, which results in censorship and oppressive manipulation.

        I wish we had a technology that would allow us to bypass the central servers and directly communicate from our home devices with anyone around the globe without a third party snooping.

        I am not saying that corporately owned infrastructures are desirable, but is it possible (with the technologies currently available) to do without them? This leads me to reiterate my original question — is anarchism possible other than in combination with centralized entities and structures?

  18. 2-D Chess Dweller says:

    Help with the Tor based access solution to access RT described here:

    The Open Thread seems a far better place to hold this, and only under this comment, if people wish for it. I suppose questions may begin. If JC deems this inappropriate, he will comment. Should that be the case, my apologies in advance, and I shall cease and desist immediately.

  19. Kelly says:

    When I sought parenting advice from a support group for adult survivors of child abuse, I was cautioned to not do the opposite of what my abusive parent said or did. #1 It wasn’t in my child’s best interest and #2 It would signal that I was still under control of the abusive parent. Doing the opposite is not as rebellious as it sounds.

  20. robster says:

    Another great vid by Dr. Sam, this time on the HIV/AIDS hoax:

  21. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Thursday March 3, 2022 – Zero Hedge
    NFL Becomes First US Sports League To Abandon All COVID Protocols

    FULL article
    In what appears to be a first for major American sports leagues, the NFL announced on Thursday that it plans to suspend all aspects of its COVID protocols following an agreement between the league and the players’ union.

    The league sent a memo to all 32 of its teams on Thursday during which it claimed that “encouraging trends regarding the prevalence and severity of COVID, the evolving guidance from the CDC, changes to state law and the counsel of our respective experts” all as reasons for the decision.
    Should the league decide to backtrack on this decision, it will need to do so in conjunction in the player’s union.

    There is no football-related activity underway at any club facilities at this point in the offseason. The earliest any league activity can begin is April 4 for teams that have hired new coaches, according to ESPN.
    However, the changes will affect Thursday’s change will affect coaches and other staff who are attending the scouting combine in Indianapolis this week. They will also impact coaches and staff who work year round in certain local markets.

    As a result of the changes, players will no longer face surveillance testing, regardless of vaccination status, or masking requirements.
    The pandemic forced the NFL to cancel its 2020 off-season training and preseason, but the league has played all regular-season and playoff games since the start of the pandemic, with a total of just eight games being rescheduled.

    For the entire league, there were only four known cases of hospitalizations due to COVID involving players, coaches and on-field officials between the start of training camp in 2020 and the end of the 2021 season.
    Teams must continue to abide by all local laws and requirements. The decision comes after the CDC finally abandoned its indoor masking guidance late last month.

  22. Torus says:

    Massive Ukraine Press Release Exposes Entire Biden Crime Family!

    About the source: according to Wikipedia “The Interfax-Ukraine News Agency (Ukrainian: Інтерфакс-Україна) is a Kyiv-based Ukrainian news agency founded in 1992. The company belongs to the Russian newsgroup Interfax Information Services. The company publishes in Ukrainian, Russian, and English. The company owns a 50-seat press centre.”

    There is a video here of the press conference with English subtitles. I am amazed that the alt-media is not touching this one. A lot of evidence is presented. I guess no cares about the shady Biden family and their links to Ukrainian money laundering. Maybe political corruption is old news, huh? It’s just part of the ‘new normal’.

    • R.A. says:

      At this point, just about anyone who is awake and paying attention knows that the Biden family is about as corrupt as they come. While the Ukrainian expose of their activities is welcome, it is not a surprise.

  23. HomeRemedySupply says:

    [I want to mention that Commodity prices (energy, food, metals) are tied to the rigged game of the Wall Street marketplace trading. It is a synthetic and manipulated price discovery.]

    Some folks may have an interest in this…
    Grains Cheatsheet

    ➢ Commercial year starts on September 1st and ends on August 31th.
    ➢ Grains are almost never a Buy and Hold (for a long term portfolio).
    ➢ Corn Dec, Soybean Nov are the New Crop futures.
    ➢ On a normal year October 1st, or the first Friday of October is the lowest point in price for the Soybeans and Corn market.
    ➢ Weather has an asymmetrical effect on crops. It doesn’t have to materialize to influence prices.
    ➢ Weather Risk Premium is the rise of prices due to concerns on production.
    ➢ Grain prices have a seasonal pattern, but this doesn’t mean that prices are easy to predict every year.
    ➢ Be aware of exports bans and laws like Ethanol quotas for Corn.
    ➢ During February, because of China’s New Year, Soybeans prices go down during festivities, then go up as they come back to the market.
    ➢ Corn to Soybean Ratio: if it’s over 3, it pays to grow soybeans.
    ➢ If the Contango is too steep there might be an opportunity for an old crop/new crop calendar spread
    ➢ Storage costs and arbitrage plays explain the shape of the contango forward curve.
    ➢ If the market is at backwardation there´s a supply concern and people need the grain now.
    ➢ WASDE is out the second week of every month.
    ➢ USDA is benchmark but be aware of consensus.
    ➢ Don’t focus on forecast numbers, focus on price reactions.
    ➢ Don’t follow the record crop trap.
    ➢ When open interest is trending down it is time to roll over.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      LIST of COMMODITIES with prices stats

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      From April 2011

      500 oz of Silver in each Tomahawk Missile !

      Did you all know that each Tomahawk missile contains 16 kilograms of silver which is more than five hundred ounces of silver 500 oz. (The Silver is indeed used in thse high tech gears because it is the best electrical and thermal conductor among all metals )? Each Tomahawk costs $1,066,465 and has more than a 500 oz. of silver inside which goes totally destroyed and lost forever when the missile is launched as the silver is blown into million pieces and therefore it is impossible to recover the silver that was inside . Pure silver has the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of all metals known to man. When there is a $1.066 million dollar missile is being produced the military will use only the best materials available to ensure the best performing results . So far, since the start of the war in Libya, 164 Tomahawk missiles lobbed into the Libyan desert therefore they’ve destroyed three tons of pure silver over there in launched Tomahawks. Gone for good. Got to be good for the future price of silver.

      [My NOTE: I don’t know if this is true or not. It was reported in a recent interview on Kitco with Keith Neumeyer.]

      • Duck says:

        I knew someone who knew someone (so, for what it’s worth….) who made a lot of money recycling the electrics out of Spitfires…. the story goes that all the contacts were gold.

        I can totally imagine that they would burn that much silver…the people building them are not paying out of pocket
        …consider that thousands of tech guys burn probably billions of dollars on licences for paid products like Windows and Word when there is literal free no cost software that works just the same or better.

      • Duck says:

        Home Remedy Supply

        I was thinking about it and TBH silver has some issues besides expense…. I read its 5 or 7 % better them copper as a conductor of electric power and better at loosing heat but it’s more fragile n it oxidizes pretty easily.
        It IS used in fancy cables though

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Grains Cheat-sheet | Part II
      Part II in our three part series on Grains

      EXCERPT (Last sentence of article)
      Play The Player!

      [That sentence kinds of lets people know how the game is played. –HRS]

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Grains Cheat-sheet | Part III
        The final installment in our three-part series on grains

        The Corn and Soybean Spread

        Corn and Soybeans compete for the same acreages area. Ultimately farmers must decide how much of their space they are going commit to plant Corn, and therefore how much Soybean they will put into the ground.

        The ratio is Soybeans over Corn, and it tracks how much money a farmer receives for their Soybean crop relative to their Corn crop.

        It’s usually around 2/1. Whenever it’s over 3/1, it means that it pays more to grow Soybeans over Corn. For every ton of Soybeans a producer sells he will have to sell at least 3 tons of Corn to get the same amount of income.

        It’s important to realize that corn yields are bigger than soybean yields. That means that an acreage of Corn gives more bushels than an acreage of Soybeans. Since farmland is a limited resource that can’t be quickly scaled up or down, it’s important to pay attention to this indicator.

        It gives you an insight on how the producers could decide to plant for the year.

        Weather Is THE Real Risk Factor, it doesn’t have to materialize… the rumor is enough.

        For Macro Ops narratives are important. And it’s no different for grain markets. The concept of Weather Premium is an important one to understand in order to trade grains. Whenever the crops are on the ground, they are really sensitive to bad weather conditions. Volatility tends to go up.

        If you add a rumor about bad weather that COULD have a negative impact on yields, prices will go up. This higher price is known as Weather Risk Premium. The reason being is that now there are concerns that supply won’t be enough for everybody.

        Some key players absolutely need corn for their operations. They are price acceptant which means that no matter the price they have to purchase the corn.

        This type of player is willing to buy at a higher price just to secure its operative needs (think of Kellogg’s for example)…

        …If you are trading Soybeans, China’s New Year Holidays matter…
        …Commitment of Trader Reports though a lagging indicator is an important one….

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          LINKED from article above…

          June 20, 2020 – Alex Barrow
          The Narrative Pendulum

          …These infinite feedback loops, when combined with group psychology and crowd dynamics, necessitate the constant back and forth we see in markets.

          Each rally sows the seeds for a reversal and each reversal sows the seeds for a rally. Ad infinitum….

  24. HomeRemedySupply says:

    [NOTE: The direct Reuter’s archived version has missing paragraphs which could taint the official narrative.]

    Monday March 7, 2022 – Reuters via Yahoo News
    Russia will stop ‘in a moment’ if Ukraine meets terms – Kremlin

    LONDON (Reuters) -Russia has told Ukraine it is ready to halt military operations “in a moment” if Kyiv meets a list of conditions, the Kremlin spokesman said on Monday.
    Dmitry Peskov said Moscow was demanding that
    Ukraine cease military action,
    change its constitution to enshrine neutrality,
    acknowledge Crimea as Russian territory,
    and recognise the separatist republics of Donetsk and Lugansk as independent states.

    It was the most explicit Russian statement so far of the terms it wants to impose on Ukraine to halt what it calls its “special military operation”, now in its 12th day.
    Peskov told Reuters in a telephone interview that Ukraine was aware of the conditions. “And they were told that all this can be stopped in a moment.”…

    …The invasion launched on Feb. 24, has caused the worst refugee crisis in Europe since World War Two, provoked outrage across the world, and led to heavy sanctions on Moscow.
    But the Kremlin spokesman insisted Russia was not seeking to make any further territorial claims on Ukraine and said it was “not true” that it was demanding Kyiv be handed over.

    “We really are finishing the demilitarisation of Ukraine. We will finish it. But the main thing is that Ukraine ceases its military action. They should stop their military action and then no one will shoot,”
    he said.
    On the issue of neutrality, Peskov said: “They should make amendments to the constitution according to which Ukraine would reject any aims to enter any bloc.”..

    …The outlining of Russia’s demands came as delegations from Russia and Ukraine prepared to meet on Monday for a third round of talks aimed at ending Russia’s war against Ukraine…

    [EXCERPTS continued below.]

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      [Most of the following script is from the “Yahoo News” version above, but NOT in the ARCHIVED REUTERS version – ]

      More EXCERPTS via Yahoo News…

      …Russia had been forced into taking decisive actions to force the demilitarisation of Ukraine, he said, rather than just recognising the independence of the breakaway regions.

      This was in order to protect the 3 million Russian-speaking population in these republics, who he said were being threatened by 100,000 Ukrainian troops.

      “We couldn’t just recognise them. What were we going to do with the 100,000 army that was standing at the border of Donetsk and Lugansk that could attack at any moment. They were being brought U.S. and British weapons all the time,” he said.

      In the run-up to the Russian invasion, Ukraine repeatedly and emphatically denied Moscow’s assertions that it was about to mount an offensive to take back the separatist regions by force.

      Peskov said the situation in Ukraine had posed a much greater threat to Russia’s security than it had in 2014, when Russia had also amassed 150,000 troops at its border with Ukraine, prompting fears of a Russian invasion, but had limited its action to the annexation of Crimea.

      “Since then the situation has worsened for us. In 2014, they began supplying weapons to Ukraine and preparing the army for NATO, bringing it in line with NATO standards,” he said.
      “In the end what tipped the balance was the lives of these 3 million people in Donbass. We understood they would be attacked.”

      Peskov said Russia had also had to act in the face of the threat it perceived from NATO, saying it was “only a matter of time” before the alliance placed missiles in Ukraine as it had in Poland and Romania.
      “We just understood we could not put up with this any more. We had to act,” he said.

      [I hope Corbett Members recognize how the Archive version cuts out important elements of the story.]
      The Yahoo version was the top headline Monday morning.

    • mkey says:

      Jimmy Dore did a segment on Colonel Douglas MacGregor who was talking somewhere along these lines, much to chagrin of the talking head

  25. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Uploaded March 7th – John Spiropoulos

    The People’s Convoy_Day 12_Circling Washington’s Beltway
    (3 1/2 Minutes – Brian Brasie Co-organizer explains)

    The People’s Convoy, more than 60-miles long, drove around the Interstate 495 which encircles the nation’s capital. The trucker’s peacefully protested their opposition to government mask and vaccine mandates. They want those mandates repealed and they want the national emergency declaration lifted.

  26. 2-D Chess Dweller says:

    Dear Corbetters,

    Another little piece from me on the Ukraine situation. I expand on the topic of “Russian ethnic enclaves being carved off from the greater whole” as highlighted by JC in his recent piece on the topic and look at the tactics being used by the Russian military during their “Special Military Operation”. It again derives from history, and takes a cue from Scott Ritter.

    Its the latest article at should you be interested.

    There are, of course, a wealth of sources including Whitney Webb, Aaron Mate and more in both written and video form.

    In solidarity,


  27. Steve Smith says:

    I am subscribed to Ron DeSantis’ Rumble channel and saw that he was uploading a bunch of short videos of a zoom meeting with a bunch of the big names in Covid truth and then found the whole thing.
    The first fifteen minutes are empty and then it starts.. I am just listening to it now.

    Hard to complain about that DeSantis guy. I comment on his videos sometimes to congratulate him and encourage him to continue. Hope that nobody is able to talk him into running for president.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I watched about 40 minutes of the video. I have been noticing Gov. Ron DeSantis in the news cycles. I really have to admire him for his firm stance against the narrative.
      Dr Joseph Ladapo, Florida’s Surgeon General is very impressive and real. I’ve seen him speak a variety of times, and it is so refreshing everytime.

      Wed March 9th, 2022
      Florida To Allow Doctors To Use Off-Label Drugs For Early Treatment Of COVID-19

      Repurposed drugs that have been shown to prevent or treat COVID-19 may be prescribed by physicians, the Florida Department of Health said in its new COVID-19 guidance for health care practitioners.

      The guidance, published on Feb. 24, says that health care practitioners are encouraged to provide early treatment for COVID-19 patients with federally approved generic drugs that they find will work. That’s in addition to the outpatient treatments granted emergency authorization usage (EUA) for people at risk of developing a serious illness…

      …The new guidance is an effort by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis to offer health care practitioners protection from lawsuits. He said that it’s important for doctors to be able to have access to these drugs…
      …The guidance also states that doctors can make a report to the Agency for Health Care Administration if their hospital prevents them from treating their patients who wish to try certain medications not recommended by the federal health agencies…

      …Florida is the first and only state to go against the Centers for Disease and Prevention’s (CDC) recommendation of staying home and only going to the emergency department when symptoms become severe unless the individual is at high risk, then they may be eligible for treatment with an authorized antiviral or monoclonal antibody….

  28. colosseum says:


    It would be great if you could have another catch-up with Christian “Ice Age Farmer”, in relation to the (intended?) ripercussions on food shortage as part of the current Ukraine war. He’s been posting some insightful content on his Telegram channel recently, such as this one:

    “We need bread”: fears in Middle East as Ukraine war hits wheat imports

    Or this one:

    “Ukraine is about 3 weeks out from planting this season’s crop — and seeds are not showing up. Forget the early analyses about “25% hit to yield” – this is devolving to a completely catastrophic blow to food production. In the area that supplied 40% of worlds grain.”

  29. robster says:

    James, it would be nice to see you do a piece on the transgenda! 🙂


  30. robster says:

    Terrain, an excellent documentary on the virology hoax, in nice 1080p:

  31. Stanglers says:

    Hi James, are you familiar with Antony C. Sutton’s books such as “Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution”, “The Best Enemy Money Can Buy”, “Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler”? I expect you are, but just in case…

  32. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Excess mortality

    — IMAGE — GRAPHS of 2019, 2020, 2021
    Statistics across Europe indicate that excess deaths in younger age groups (ages 15 to 44) have increased up to 9x since 2019

    You can open the image in a new tab for a larger rendition.

    Edward Dowd, a well respected market analyst, has been tracking the financials of group life insurance companies. These are policies which companies offer their employees. Thus, you see working age people as the age group in the graphs.

    Ed Dowd has also been tracking the financial reports for Funeral Homes.
    The year 2021, not 2020, was a record year for the Funeral Home business. 2021 was the year vaccines rolled out.

    Funeral Home embalmers have been interviewed by Steve Kirsch and others. The stories they describe, plus photos, are alarming. The embalmers have never before seen the type of things which they are seeing now in the dead bodies of vaccinated people. The blood is a sticky glob often with very stiff, sticky white fibrous material.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance Companies – Funeral Homes

      This is a long Sub-Thread with many stories.
      The bottom is when you reach a comment from Broc West.

    • mkey says:

      As indicative as some of this information is, I expect nobody will budge in their stance due to it. There’s ample room for excuses for the gullible.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        You are absolutely correct. I’ve seen it with people. They can’t have it…they deny it and/or refuse to look at it. They live in an illusion.

        As for the Criminals behind this carnage, I think that they will do what Criminal Minds always do.
        They will double and triple down.
        No matter how high the pile of bodies, they will emphatically press their ‘righteous’ message harder…with machine guns if they have to.

  33. Iris.L says:

    I assume that you’ve seen this piece from Whitney Webb, and I would be very interested in seeing you two sit down and have a conversation about it, especially given your extensive knowledge on the CIA’s Afghanistan project. Miss Webb asserts that the “operation” in Ukraine is serving the same function for the CIA to create the terrorist boogeymen needed to fuel The US War on Domestic terror as their project in Afghanistan decades ago.

  34. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The following is a Houston oil/gas energy conference report by Bloomberg.
    The conference started this week. This Bloomberg news report contains a variety of tidbits about the industry, Biden, etc.

    Hackers Targeted U.S. LNG Producers LNG = Liquid Natural Gas
    Hackers gained access in mid-February to computers belonging to current and former employees at almost two dozen major natural gas suppliers and exporters, including Chevron Corp., Cheniere Energy Inc. and Kinder Morgan Inc., according to research shared exclusively with Bloomberg News.

    The attacks targeted companies involved with the production of liquefied natural gas, or LNG, just before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The motive of the operation isn’t known, but the timing coincides with broader changes in the energy industry that have been accelerated by Russia’s war. The attack was likely carried out by state-sponsored hackers, according to Gene Yoo, chief executive officer of Los Angeles-based Resecurity Inc., which discovered the operation.

    Cheniere Says New LNG Sold Out Into 2040s: CERAWeek Update

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      DAY 2 of the Oil/Gas Conference where many top energy executives tell their ENERGY STORY.

      Regarding Synthetic and Manipulated Commodity Prices

      OPEC’s Barkindo Says There’s ‘No Physical Shortage’ of Oil
      The outgoing general secretary of OPEC, Mohammad Barkindo, said that while oil prices in the futures markets have risen more than 30% since Russia invaded Ukraine, there’s “no physical shortage of oil, as of this morning.”
      The futures markets are “paper barrels,” but in the physical market supplies are guaranteed, Barkindo said in an interview with Bloomberg TV during CERAWeek by S&P Global in Houston. OPEC and its allies will continue to guarantee supplies to the market.

      Taken from Bloomberg’s late Tuesday March 8th article
      Occidental Says Outlook for Shale Growth ‘Dire’: CERAWeek Update

      [WTI has recently ranged from $116 to $125 per barrel.]

  35. petar.z says:

    Having in mind that Putin is a WEF man and that Russia implemented all totalitarian measures the West did, I think there must be a purpose of this war beyond what they’re telling us. The propaganda machine switched from the pandemic to the war for a reason. And that reason is, I think, to finally introduce digital currencies. Hence the SWIFT isolation etc.

  36. Torus says:

    21 States Adopt SMART Health Card – A Digital Proof Of Vaccination

    March 7, 2022
    “While the United States government has not issued a digital vaccine pass, a national standard has nevertheless emerged. The District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and 21 States offer accessibility to the SMART Health Card, a verifiable digital proof of vaccination developed through the Vaccination Credential Initiative (VCI), a global coalition of public and private stakeholders including Microsoft, Salesforce, Oracle, the Mayo Clinic and other health and tech heavyweights. A digital vaccine verification system sways some red states because digital access to personal health records empowers the individual.”

    Creeping in a little at a time…

  37. TimmyTaes says:

    Here in Healdsburg, CA, the masks are still on most people, but not at the hardware store, except for a few cranks. The working people know that Covid was all bullshit.
    But if you go to City Hall or the restaurants that cater to the San Francisco moneyed tourists, it is masks on baby!
    Two years of total bullshit.
    And now this Ukraine crap.
    Feck it!

  38. siopaomeow says:

    Does anyone have the source to that creepy animation that told us how we’d live in the future? It seemed to lay out The Agenda, including 15 minute cities and only eating meat on our birthday. James referenced it a few times. I did save it somewhere on my hard drive but can no longer find it.

    It seems to me that more people are open to things that were formerly dismissed as Crazy Conspiracy Theory and this would be a good video to bring up.

    • mwitt says:

      [SNIP – PLease do not post links without titles and/or explanations. Please re-post the link with a title or explanation of what you are linking to. -JC]

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I am not quite sure what you are looking for. Here are a few possibilities…

      While James Corbett has this June 2021 Episode 403 – Meet the World Economic Forum full of links
      I pulled a YouTube Video Link from James Corbett’s October 2020 Episode 387 – Your Guide to The Great Reset

      Here is that Corbett link, a July 2016 video from the World Economic Forum YouTube Channel…
      What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
      (11 ½ minutes)
      Ubiquitous, mobile supercomputing. Artificially-intelligent robots. Self-driving cars. Neuro-technological brain enhancements. Genetic editing. The evidence of dramatic change is all around us and it’s happening at exponential speed.
      Previous industrial revolutions liberated humankind from animal power, made mass production possible and brought digital capabilities to billions of people.
      This Fourth Industrial Revolution is, however, fundamentally different. It is characterized by a range of new technologies that are fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds, impacting all disciplines, economies and industries, and even challenging ideas about what it means to be human.

      At the World Economic Forum WEBSITE is this page.
      8 predictions for the world in 2030
      This webpage includes script and VIDEOS, including the famous…
      5. We are eating much less meat and “You’ll own nothing. And you’ll be happy.”
      Forbes wrote about this in November 2016…
      Welcome To 2030: I Own Nothing, Have No Privacy And Life Has Never Been Better

      In my opinion, Europe is on target for demolition by 2030, especially thanks to U.S. interventions creating a Ukraine-Russia and over-the-top energy crisis. Of course, the USA will follow shortly follow after the European people are pummeled, and if we survive as a transhuman…then I guess ”Life Has Never Been Better”.

  39. HomeRemedySupply says:

    “Build Back Better” is no longer a Biden Byword

    On Tuesday March 1st, Biden delivered his “State of the Union” address.
    He made it a point NOT to use “Build Back Better”, but rather he used terms like “build”, “rebuild”, or as he phrased it: “I call it building a better America.”

    EXCERPT from article below…
    …In Biden’s State of the Union address last Tuesday, he avoided using the phrase “Build Back Better.” He called on Congress to pass its various components, including the clean energy spending and social spending priorities, such as subsidies for the cost of child care, but he did not tie them to the war in Ukraine….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Tuesday March 8th – Yahoo News
      Biden’s climate change agenda would reduce oil demand enough to replace Russian imports: Study
      [NOTE: The “study” is actually a white paper modeling.]

      …An analysis released Tuesday [LINK] by the nonpartisan think tank Energy Innovation finds that the climate change provisions of Biden’s now-defunct proposal, such as tax credits for buying new electric vehicles, would have reduced U.S. oil consumption by 2025 by half of the roughly 200,000 barrels of crude oil from Russia per day that the U.S. imported last year. By 2027, the U.S. would have cut oil consumption by more than it was importing from Russia and by 2030, the U.S. would have cut oil consumption by more than double its Russian imports.

      “As long as long as we are dependent on an international energy commodity like oil, whose prices are based on the actions of all producers in the world, whether it’s Russia or OPEC or the U.S., we’re never going to be energy secure,”
      Robbie Orvis, senior director of energy policy design at Energy Innovation and the author of the report, told Yahoo News.
      “The only robust, long-term way to be energy secure is to eliminate demand for fossil fuels. The provisions on the table right now would really kind of kick-start that transition.”..

      “In the long run, the way to avoid high gas prices is to speed up — not slow down — our transition to a clean energy future,”
      the White House wrote in a fact sheet [LINK] that accompanied Tuesday’s announcement.
      “We cannot drill our way out of dependence on a global commodity controlled in part by foreign nations and their leaders, including [Russian President Vladimir] Putin. The only way to eliminate Putin’s and every other producing country’s ability to use oil as an economic weapon, is to reduce our dependency on oil. So, even as President Biden does everything in his power in the short term to make sure we can readily access the oil and gas necessary to protect American consumers and allied countries — including through greater U.S. domestic production that is expected to hit record highs next year — this crisis reinforces our resolve to make America truly energy independent, which means reducing our dependence on fossil fuels.”…

    • mkey says:

      Gramps likely didn’t remember what he’s supposed to say. And them teleprompter letters ain’t large enough, dammit.

  40. canbeen says:

    I’ve been a player of a MMO game, Guild Wars 2. It was initially a dying game that was just in maintenance. Last year, the game excitedly announced they got an influx of funds to create their new expansion, and is and able to recruit their previous big shot developers.
    Turns out the new expansion is a big advertisement for Technocracy. It showcase a new land that seems to be a mixture of Chinese and Japanese origin. Chinese people and architecture, and Japanese robots throughout the city, acting as security and pets.
    It’s final cutscene is an explanation of the concept of the Great Reset:

    Makes me wonder, if Russia is “given” Ukraine and other former Soviet Union countries, and maybe even former Warsaw Pact countries as reward for playing along, what is China’s reward? I don’t think it ends at Taiwan. Japan has virtually negligible defense right? It is strangely not very involved in covid response, which seems to indicate very few of it’s officials are “in it”. But it’s robotics technology would be very much sought after.

  41. Duck says:

    Dont know if this has been posted yet but US funded Bio labs are officially in Ukraine and if there is a bio attack it will be by the Russians…. because the Russians accuse people of what they are planning to do…. apparently 😉

    Our leaders used to be better at lying with a straight face, now I guess they dont bother trying since they know no one beleives them 🙂

    Anyway…. its official news now rather then fake news.

  42. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Sunday March 6th – Sharyl Attkisson
    Why Is Walensky Refusing to Answer this Senator’s Questions?
    [Read Senator Johnson’s letter in article.]

    Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) has taken a lead throughout the Covid-19 pandemic to hold public health officials and agencies accountable if they’ve failed to provide accurate and timely information to the public for whom they work.

    From masks, vaccines, and school shutdowns, to the origination of Covid-19, Johnson has been asking critical questions. However, he says he has received very few answers.

    According to Johnson, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky is one of the public health officials who has been non-compliant with his requests.

    To date, Johnson says he has made eight specific requests, directly of Walensky, that have gone unanswered.

    In his most recent attempt to get data, he writes:
    “In the midst of a pandemic, it is unacceptable that CDC would withhold relevant data on Covid-19 that could inform the public and potentially save lives. Moreover, it is grossly arrogant that your agency has repeatedly ignored Congressional requests.”

    Read Senator Johnson’s latest letter to Director Walensky below:….

  43. Duck says:

    Switched To Linux has a video on the fed Gov bringing in a mandatory app to use certain campgrounds and goes thru the app permissions.

    He’s normie freindly and has lots of good videos on getting into Linux

  44. robster says:

    Another humorous piece of work by the lovely Dr. Sam:

    If you still believe in virology after this recap, imo you’re beyond help. 😉

  45. HomeRemedySupply says:

    With the ongoing and coming destruction of the economy, pension funds worldwide are going to be in deep trouble.
    Pension Funds are ubiquitous…local, regional, national on many levels.
    We will see how things might accelerate with the Federal Reserve meeting on the Ides of March.
    ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Thursday March 10th – Bloomberg
    Calpers Conundrum: A $300 Million Hit to Dump Bets on Russia

    ..In the past week, staffers at the largest U.S. public pension discussed the possibility of dumping the holdings, a decision that would ultimately require the board’s approval. That followed California Governor Gavin Newsom’s call for state pensions to cut off money to Russia following its invasion of Ukraine — and to send a message to the world that the country is uninvestable.

    Then came the price tag: Calpers would have to mark down its entire portfolio of publicly traded Russian investments — recently valued at roughly $300 million — to zero. Some senior managers reckoned the investments would be worthless…

    …The conversations inside the $500 billion fund underscore the challenges faced by pension plans, endowments and corporate leaders across the U.S. as they grapple with how to respond to the growing humanitarian crisis. The Pennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement System plans to sell holdings in Russia and Belarus; New York City’s comptroller has called on the city’s five pension funds to divest from Russia; while Connecticut’s treasurer directed the state’s retirement funds to exit Russian holdings….
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~

    I guess folks in Russia won’t be having a McDonald’s Egg McMuffin anytime soon with all 850 restaurants closed.

    • mkey says:

      I guess folks in Russia won’t be having a McDonald’s Egg McMuffin anytime soon with all 850 restaurants closed.

      Finally some good new for those betrodden Russians.

    • Duck says:

      “…With the ongoing and coming destruction of the economy, pension funds worldwide are going to be in deep trouble….”

      War is an easy way to blame old folks poverty on someone other then the thieves who destroyed the value of their fixed income

  46. mkey says:

    Really Graceful does a 10 minute montage of various videos and images they would love to make you forget

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      She did a great job of fitting so much material into a 10 minute video.
      I feel it is extremely important to mark the Historical Record.

      It is becoming very evident that MSM and Authoritarians are trying to get people to forget what they did.
      I ain’t gonna let it slide.

      The other night I watched a 2021 mini-doc entitled
      The Time Is Now
      (One and a half hours)

      This was recommended by Steve Kirsch. It chronicles the pandemic response and is a good timeline of events. It is a Historical Record.
      I don’t necessarily suggest that Corbett Members spend time watching it, but it could be a dissemination tool for those people not yet quite awake.
      The film often features Dr. Ben Tapper of Omaha, Nebraska. He has been mentioned repeatedly on the CorbettReport comment threads. He was outspoken at the very beginning of this mess.

      Dr. Ben Tapper, a small town chiropractor who is black labeled as a member of the “Disinformation Dozen” during the COVID-19 pandemic, rallies together healthcare professionals across America to share an alternate view point of the global narrative.

  47. Torus says:

    Money? What money?
    It was so refreshing to listen to an objective, rational, coherent conversation about economics and our current (ongoing) crisis. This discussion is complete with warnings, analysis, and solutions as well as calls for much needed liberty. Some good nuggets in this interview.

    David Knight interviews Economist Alexander William Salter, a professor Texas Tech and Research Fellow at Free Market Institute. Inflation, supply chain & energy disruption, Central Bank Digital Cash (CBDC), Universal Basic Income (UBI).

  48. nosoapradio says:

    I just realized something very consciously for the first time.

    When I do queries on search engines, more and more, the first proposals will be exclusively about computer or video games.

    For example, I’ve just made a query about old forges, and the only thing on the entire first page and a half, were tips about how to get more points or move up in a video or computer game (I’m not sure which) by “jumping into forges” and other such advice.

    It’s getting harder and harder to find information about real forges and amphitheaters and distilleries etc…

    And I’ve been noticing this over my last few translations…at least. It seems symptomatic of more and more users falling deeper and deeper into virtual worlds… and into the past?… Are we, as a species, literally going Back to the Future?

    Dunno. Just have been noticing this as a sign of the times.

  49. colosseum says:

    Don’t know if this has been shared before, but with interactive map on CBDC development around the world is quite insightful:

  50. HomeRemedySupply says:

    IMAGE – Millenial Genocide 2021

    Edward Dowd is a Wall Street analyst. Over a decade ago he managed a billion dollar portfolio for Blackrock, but left the company.
    He looks for “tells”, for indicators which may affect the market or future events.

    He is neither Left nor Right, but “Team Humanity”.
    He and other analysts have been watching the excess mortality numbers as revealed through various statistics and corporation financials (e.g. Insurance Companies/Funeral Homes).

    I strongly encourage Corbett Members to watch this Alex Jones interview with Edward Dowd.
    “Death By Government” – Edward Dowd Exposes a Vietnam War’s Worth of Excess Deaths in Millennials [VIDEO]
    (37 minutes)
    [LINK is at tail-end of long “Excess Mortality” SUB-THREAD.]

    The first half of the interview discusses the alarming mortality rates of 2021, the year of vaccine roll-outs.
    The second half discusses probabilities of rough economic conditions in the near future.
    Ed Dowd suggests that people get their mindset straight (non-fearful) and prepare to tighten the belt. He talks about value of community and like-minded people.

    Dowd also discloses that someone will soon likely “quietly” break the narrative in a mainstream way.

    Ales Jones asks about solutions and approaches.
    Edward Dowd says: “It is a multi-vector attack. We got the good Doctors…we got lawyers now involved… We need everybody. This has always been a battle for the marginal mind…They need their useful idiots to believe their lies…”

    Dowd then talks about the Media Cult Members, how they just got exposed and that they need to come clean.
    SEE FOIA Docs Prove The Federal Government Paid Hundreds of Media Companies to Advertise COVID-19 Vaccines, While Those Same Outlets Provided Positive Coverage of the Vaccines
    from Interview 1708 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

    • DeepSeekARRR says:

      lol, look at the comment below, and behold: I am 30 yo!~

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Saturday March 12 – Yahoo News (with COMMENTS)(24 count at posting)
      Hailey Bieber says she has ‘recovered completely’ after doctors discovered a blood clot in her brain

      The model, 25, who is married to Justin Bieber, 28, took to her Instagram Story on Saturday, March 12 to detail the health scare, writing, “On Thursday morning, I was sitting at breakfast with my husband when I started having stroke-like symptoms and was taken to the hospital. They found I had suffered a very small blood clot in my brain, which caused a small lack of oxygen, but my body had passed it on its own and I recovered completely within a few hours.”

  51. DeepSeekARRR says:

    anyone have resources for better communication, how to manage willful ignorance, how to survive isolated in a hostile populated environment, and how to make money when your population is heavily Marxist and is influenced by the poverty mindset that all should be handed to them…

    anything on how a single individual who see’s what is coming become valuable enough in the eyes of the mob to be kept around when they cannot walk?

    cause if no one has anything, I may as well just as well… well, I see why old people are killing themselves right now.

    • DeepSeekARRR says:

      thanks all, I love being fucking ignored 🙂

      • cu.h.j says:

        I think in order to reach someone, you have to reach their heart first. Get through the wall people put up so that they hear you. Establishing rapport first is important.

        I’ve been shocked at times at the genuine concerns strangers have shown me. It’s hard to know who’s a good person without opening up and being vulnerable.

        If you’ve ever tried to talk someone out of jumping off of the bridge, getting to that level of connection can often help someone listen. I’ve done this once and had to really show my heart to the other person.

        • DeepSeekARRR says:

          the problem is not the OTHER peoples walls, it’s mine -shrugs- I have to admit that I am “Jaded” and I have actually started to define the since of betrayal and loathing I feel towards most of the humans I am able to communicate with (digitally or physically)
          as “A Spiritual Inversion” think of it this way, if I was to reach Stargate SG1’s Ancient Race Ascension, I would not be light, electricity, nor fire, I would be pure darkness
          I fight this part of me often…
          OK so Hi everyone, have you ever wanted to know what it looks like when a human bred and raised to be a world-dominating sociopath finds love and the creator?

          I have sympathized with Hitler’s drive to rule the world, I understand how Schwab and Gates think. I was raised in an environment that would usually either cause suicide or sociopathy, and I picked both then did neither.

          I live 100% of my waking hours in constant Paradox, wanting the [entire world and everyone in it] to burn and at the same time trying to do everything I can to stop such a horrible thing from happening.

          if you ever wanted to know what true bipolar looked like, you would spend a day talking with me

          I speak truthy out of both sides of my mouth and cannot understand why people don’t believe their is 1 person on the planet who actually does not lie.

          I want to see the world turn into a Radiated Lavascape, and I have taken a vow of total non-violence. I know the Creator is real, and I cuss him out for what he is allowing to happen on his watch…

          lets see, how else do I explain reality to those who think the world is shades of gray?

          I am black and white as the same time, positive and negative at one time… the one thing I am not, however, is anything in-between those extremes.

          I also seem to be unable to have the total inverse of Love, which is apathy. Hate, Loathing, a burning desire to see everyone who has wronged me pay? sure! but to not care about anyone or anything? cant do it. I CARE. I care so much that I am quite literally sweating from overheating while my skin is cold from the 68f house I am in.

          I mean I am hot AND I am cold right now lol, I am so fucking sick of this, I cant kill myself because I don’t believe this stupid shit will end even if my body is decaying

          I believe in God, follow the man called Jesus, made a vow of non-violence, say sorry to roaches for having to kill them, cry for the lives of potatoes and onions that are currently rotting in huge heaps in Idaho, and I also want the end of all life, the complete sterilization of the planet.
          Why? its an old catholic inquisition saying “kill them all and let God sort them out”

          sadly due to my vow of non-violence I am honor bound to try to stop such an event at all costs…

          see? speak the truth from both sides of my mouth

          O yes, I want the world to burn.
          But what I want isn’t what matters to me: what the Creator wants is. and I only do what matters.

          I would love to see more than 1 reply to this.

  52. thomas.j says:

    “Ukraine on Fire”.

    Oliver Stone Documentary from 2016 that was recently banned on YouTube. I guess it did not follow the narrative.

  53. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Friday March 11th, 2022
    DuckDuckGo Updates Search Engine, Will Penalize Sites ‘Associated With Disinformation’
    Authored by Zachary Stieber via The Epoch Times

    The search engine DuckDuckGo has begun penalizing sites linked to “Russian disinformation” amid the Russia–Ukraine war, according to the company’s CEO.

    “Like so many others I am sickened by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the gigantic humanitarian crisis it continues to create,” Gabriel Weinberg, the CEO, wrote on social media.
    “At DuckDuckGo, we’ve been rolling out search updates that down-rank sites associated with Russian disinformation,” he added.
    DuckDuckGo is also placing boxes with information at the top of the search results page “to highlight quality information for rapidly unfolding topics,” Weinberg added.

    DuckDuckGo is an alternative to Google that has been growing in popularity in recent years in part because it doesn’t track users. Weinberg has in the past promised “unbiased results” as part of his pitch to people to switch from Google.

    Some users quickly questioned the CEO’s update, including Tom Fitton, president of the Judicial Watch nonprofit.
    DuckDuckGo, “contrary to its implicit promises to the contrary, is now in the censorship business,” he wrote on Twitter. “Are there any search engines that respect users?”
    [TWITTER reactions]

    Weinberg later responded to some of the critics.
    “Search engines by definition try to put more relevant content higher and less relevant content lower—that’s not censorship, it’s search ranking relevancy,” he said….
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~

    [NOTE: CBS AM News Radio in north Texas has been advertising DuckDuckGo for years. DuckDuckGo sponsors one of their traffic or weather updates which are given several times an hour.
    CBS Radio sings the same narrative tune as CBS TV.]

  54. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Next Rally…
    Defeat The Mandates: An American Homecoming
    Grand Park, Los Angeles, CA | April 10, 2022


    Grand Park is a 12-acre park located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, California.

    The date was announced on the 3/10/2022 Episode 258: THE HEART OF THE MATTER of “The Highwire.”

  55. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This is pretty good with a handful of oil experts noted in a short amount of time.

    Friday March 11, 2022 – OILPRICE.COM (Video)
    It Will Take Years To Replace Russian Oil
    (2 3/4 minutes)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Saturday March 12th – Zero Hedge
      Biggest Commodity Trading Houses In The West Continue To Buy Russian Oil And Gas

      Despite headline-grabbing maneuvers by the big western oil giants (Shell, BP, Exxon-Mobil etc.) to simply walk away from certain Russian projects, commodity traders like Trafigura, Vitol and Glencore have all loaded cargos of oil, gas and fuel onto tankers at Russian ports, which is just the latest evidence that the west can’t simply go without Russia’s commodity wealth (as Chinese analysts have explained, Russia is one of the richest countries in the world when it comes to natural commodity wealth). And it’s not just industrial commodities: the Middle East and Africa depend on exports of Russian wheat.

      This commodity might is why Credit Suisse’s Zoltan Poszar [LINK (paywall)] proclaimed this week that the new international financial order, which he called “Bretton Woods III” will be based around commodities and the currencies of the countries that export them.

      It’s also why the big commodities trading houses that we mentioned above have no plans to stop buying Russian oil or gas, as the Times of London explains…

      …And even Shell, BP and the majors will continue to buy commodities from Russia, as they have already promised.
      Shell is contracted to buy liquefied natural gas from Russian projects until 2035 and has given no timescale for its planned “phased withdrawal” from this. BP has pledged to quit its stake in Rosneft, the Kremlin-backed oil company, but is contracted to buy fuel from Rosneft in Germany and has said only that it is “reviewing” its commitments.

      This might seem like a contradiction after the Biden Administration announced on Tuesday that Americans would face an immediate ban on new contracts for Russian oil, with a 45-day grace period for buyers to see out existing deals. The UK has made similar assurances as Ukraine has called for a global embargo on buyers of Russian oil and gas.

      But the big commodity trading houses likely have contracts to continue buying Russian oil and gas for years, or even decades, hence. There’s plenty of data to show that their Russian business has continued uninterrupted…

      …To be sure, there’s no evidence to suggest that the three commodity trading houses have violated any sanctions…
      …Spokespeople for all three firms told the Times that they weren’t in violation of any sanctions, and that they were continuing to abide by contracts signed long before the invasion of Ukraine began. [END]

  56. Oscar says:

    Check out this thread based on Twitter on Biolabs in the Ukraine before it is gone:

  57. mjcustom says:

    Some notes I wrote down after doing some research. Theory is WTO (WEF) is managing owed debt by different nations. As they are in a position of justice on the international level for trade and defaults. There came a time where trade became too complicated and the WTO/WEF devised a plan to “reset” the worlds debt among Nations in order to serve justice and resolve disputes as well as include new participating nations for the new program. In order to complete the reset, intelligence and military had to get involved in Civil Military Operations over a course of many years in order to achieve a synchronized reset for the new program

    This became a psyop plan against the populations synchronically in order to manipulate the perceptions for the desired outcome and the perception of the plan to be desired.

    If you read more on civil military operations and the proceedures, it explains how the authority is there for these purposes against its own population in the best interest of its own nation as well as explains where these weird divisive things came from.

    Pay attention to wording used and where authority comes from

  58. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Sunday March 13, 2022
    Meanwhile In China, All Hell Is Breaking Loose

    HRS Comment~~~
    ~~~This is kind of a long article with a lot of financial stuff. Market conditions in China don’t look chirpy.

    One strange thing caught my eye…
    China is scrambling to address its most severe Covid-19 outbreak in two years, reporting soaring cases in a fresh wave that has seen the country tweak its zero-Covid policy by allowing rapid antigen tests for public use. After topping 1,000 for two days in a row, new locally transmitted cases surged to more than 3,100, this time driven by a spike in symptomatic infections, the National Health Commission reported on Sunday. It came as 16 provinces reported new coronavirus infections, as did the four megacities of Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai and Chongqing.

    As a result of the latest covid breakout, China’s government has shut down the city of Shenzhen, a city of 17.5 million people known as China’s Silicon Valley, and is restricting access to Shanghai by suspending bus services. All businesses except those that supply food, fuel and other necessities were ordered to close or work from home. That includes Foxconn, Apple’s Chinese slaves: FOXCONN SUSPENDS OUTPUT AT CHINA HQ, IPHONE SITE IN SHENZHEN

    And since the port of Shenzhen – one of the world’s busiest container ports is now also locked down, expect a fresh round of cascading chaos in Transpacific supply chains, just in time to join the snarled Transatlantic supply chains as the Ukraine war cripples all global seaborne traffic.

    ~~~Call me suspicious…but the number of cases don’t seem outrageous. The case count seems tame. And they are cases, not deaths. 17 1/2 million people locked down?

    I wonder if this is part of World War 3. I wonder if this is a ploy to deceptively snarl supply chains across the globe.

    For me personally, it is very evident that leaders around the globe are continuously and deliberately making policy decisions which create a mess of things, from energy to monetary to Covid restrictions. I have no doubt that this is intentional, although there are probably some really stupid people in the tribe who go along with it.

    With the mention of “stupid people in the tribe”, read this recent Nancy Pelosi quote:
    “When we’re having this discussion, it’s important to dispel some of those who say, well it’s the government spending. No, it isn’t. The government spending is doing the exact reverse, reducing the national debt. It is not inflationary.”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Monday March 14th – by Tsvetana Paraskova
      Oil Prices Plunge As China Locks Down Shenzen

      ~~~ Oil fell back below $110 on a surge in COVID cases across China.
      ~~~ China locked down all 17.5 million residents in the business hub Shenzhen.
      ~~~ Hope of progress in peace talks in the Ukraine war also offset bullish developments for crude oil.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Monday March 14th
      China Orders 51 Million Into Lockdown As COVID Numbers Spike

      …According to ABC News, the total number of Chinese citizens under lockdown rose to 51 million on Monday. Beijing has ordered a lockdown covering the entire northeastern province of Jilin, where 24 million people live. What’s more, the southern cities of Shenzhen and Dongguan, with 17.5 million and 10 million, respectively, have both been locked down in recent days….

      • cu.h.j says:

        I hope people in China start protesting. If they refused to go to work, until all restrictions were lifted, it might have an effect.

        I think this will be necessary, people in more totalitarian countries protesting and saying no to what’s going on. It seems people who want a free humanity will have to come together across countries and borders and cultures to create a better future.

  59. clv says:

    I would like to invite participants in discussing the Purge scenario.

    The purge scenario draws a parallel between the Purge movie with our current situation. This fiction introduces a dystopian society with a low crime rate thanks to an annual event called the Purge that allows every citizen to express their anger, frustration and legally commit crimes for a 12 hours period. In its inception, that event was a social experiment of “freeing” violence. But when taking a closer look, the only people dying that night are the citizens not able to defend themselves: the poor, the needy, the sick. In brief, the real goal of the Purge isn’t to contain violence but to eliminate the non-contributing members of the society. Similarly, the world has been through a pandemic and a lot of resources have been invested in providing care to the people and global solutions to the society. However, when taking a closer look, the risk of dying was really low, the cures were experimental and the health infrastructure that has been created looks a lot like a framework to control the people. In addition, the only people who took the vaccine were the sick, the needy (of a job) the poor. In a word, like the Purge, the COVID-19 crisis is deceptive. It looks like a pandemic but has a different purpose.
    The COVID-19 crisis is a prelude to a genocide. The next crisis will be portrayed as a bioterrorist event, but in reality, for the Shepherds, it will be the beginning of the Purge, the ethnic cleansing of their flock.
    The Purge scenario is part of The Great Transhumance scenario trying to give an intelligible framework to our current events.

  60. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Monday March 14th – Zero Hedge
    Ukraine Using Thiel-Backed Clearview AI Facial Recognition During Russia Invasion

    Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense on Saturday began using AI facial recognition technology from Peter Thiel-backed Clearview AI – which has been used for several years by the FBI and Department of Homeland Security to collect photos on social media sites for inclusion into a massive facial recognition database.
    The system is being provided free of charge, CEO Hoan Ton-That told Reuters, adding that they had not offered the technology to Russia.

    While Ukraine’s MoD won’t say what they’re using it for, possible uses include vetting people of interest at checkpoints, identifying the dead more easily than trying to match fingerprints, reuniting refugees with their families, identifying Russian operatives, and helping to debunk misinformation related to the war.

    Ton-That told Reuters that the company has over 2 billion images from the Russian social media service VKontakte in its database of more than 10 billion photos total.
    The VKontakte images make Clearview’s dataset more comprehensive than that of PimEyes, a publicly available image search engine that people have used to identify individuals in war photos, Wolosky said. VKontakte did not immediately respond to a request for comment; U.S. social media company Facebook, now Meta Platforms Inc, had demanded Clearview stop taking its data. -Reuters

    The software has raised privacy concerns in the United States, to the point where Sens. Jeff Merkley and Bernie Sanders attempted to block its use with a bill that would require Clearview and similar companies obtain consent before taking your biometric data.

    In 2020, the ACLU sued Clearview AI, calling it a ‘nightmare scenario’ for privacy….

  61. mkey says:

    Claire Daly confronts the thick cheek ones with their miserable hypocrisy

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Clare Daly- Voice of Afghanistan in the world

      That was a great 90 second tirade against the political-proper narrative.
      It underscores the fact that most politicans are below human.
      Any “normal” human being who had rank would become deeply embarrassed and shamed by her words.

  62. wolfgang says:

    did anyone here read Woke, Inc by Vivek Ramaswamy? The blurb sounded interesting…

  63. Hello,

    I just noticed a lot the logo of Unicef regarding donations to Ukraine.

    Is there any “meet Unicef” source that you can recommend?

  64. HomeRemedySupply says:

    March 16th Wednesday – Yahoo News
    Exclusive: Secret CIA training program in Ukraine helped Kyiv prepare for Russian invasion

    [Somewhat long article, but it tells you that the CIA never left in 2014.]

    …The program was run under previously existing authorities for the CIA and did not require a new legal determination for the agency, known as a covert action finding, according to a former national security official.

    After Russia’s 2014 incursion, the U.S. military also helped run a long-standing, publicly acknowledged training program for Ukrainian troops in the country’s western region, far from the frontlines. That program also included instruction in how to use Javelin anti-tank missiles and sniper training.

    Yahoo News reported in January on the CIA’s secret U.S.-based training initiative for Ukrainian special operations forces and other intelligence personnel. That program, which began in 2015, also included instruction in firearms, camouflage techniques and covert communications. Yahoo News’ prior report also revealed that CIA paramilitaries had traveled to eastern Ukraine to assist forces loyal to Kyiv in their fight against Russia and its separatist allies.

    U.S. officials previously denied to Yahoo News that the CIA training programs were ever offensively oriented. “The purpose of the training, and the training that was delivered, was to assist in the collection of intelligence,” said a senior intelligence official.
    Until now, however, the details of the CIA’s paramilitary training program on Ukraine’s eastern frontlines have never been revealed….

  65. randallsnyderjr says:

    Hi James, et. al,

    Have you seen this WEF performance Volodymyr Zelenskyy put on at Davos in 2020?

    • nosoapradio says:

      Holy Cannoli!

      And as a side note: The way Schwab opened with “Much hope has been put in your ability to reform Ukraine from within…”

      I mean how else is a president supposed to reform a country? from without…? How has the WEF been “reforming” countries? The way Irak or Libya were “reformed” by Western forces?

      seemed like a sort of Freudian slip…

      Zelensky wants Ukraine to become The Leader of the Eastern European countries?? Is that what he said?

      Zelensky speaks and responds to Schwabs stiffly calculated queries in such a disjointed, seemingly naive and strangely unstructured way… like a mafiosos who hasn’t learned the code language and syntax.

      This all reminds me of Sophia at the Future Investment Initiative…

      Foreign investments indeed…
      Investment Nanny??
      Ukraine aspires to become a Nanny State??? with Tax holidays?
      100 Million dollar “nannies”…? I must’ve heard wrong.
      Ukraine has “Talented Sheep?” Ahhhh! Cheap!
      “I don’t want to call Ukrainians “Cheap”!”

      Surrealistic display that perfectly elucidates today’s spectacle in that area of “Europe”.

  66. HomeRemedySupply says: is a project of American Transparency.

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    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Wed March 9th – Substack Adam Andrzejewski
      How Fact-Finding Fauci Led To My Cancellation At Forbes
      The inside story of how it happened.

      …Over the past 14 months – since January 2021 – we investigated Dr. Fauci’s financials by filing FOIA requests. When I published our original reporting at Forbes, here is what happened.
      The National Institutes of Health, Fauci’s employer, loaded an artillery shell in their big gun and fired it at the C-suite at Forbes. Quickly, Forbes folded and my column was terminated.

      …Here are three examples of our original reporting:
      ~~~ The Biden Administration left behind up to 600,000 weapons, 75,000 military vehicles and 16,000 night vision devices in their hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan.
      ~~~ No, President Donald Trump didn’t drain the swamp – the swamp grew by 50,000 executive agency positions during his four years.
      ~~~ In 2004, Dr. Fauci received a permanent pay adjustment for his biodefense work. In other words, Fauci was the top-paid federal employee precisely because he was paid to stop a pandemic…

      …Fauci claimed his financials were “public knowledge,” then, the hot mic caught the doctor calling the senator a “moron.” ..
      …Immediately, I published the evidence behind the lack of transparency at Forbes on January 12: No Fauci’s Records Aren’t Available. Why Won’t NIH Immediately Release Them?…

      …Forbes went after my column…
      …On January 12, Sen. Marshall wrote a demand letter to NIH for Dr. Fauci’s unredacted ethics/financial disclosures. In the letter, Marshall included footnotes that referenced my Fauci-Forbes columns.

      On Friday, January 14 at 5:00 pm ET, NIH produced Fauci’s unredacted ethics/financial disclosures from 2019 and 2020 subject to Sen. Marshall’s demand letter.The 2020 disclosures had never been released and only heavily redacted 2019 disclosures were previously released.

      Working through the night, I dug through the 178 pages of disclosure and published the breaking investigation at Forbes on Saturday, January 15 at 3:03 pm ET, Disclosures Show Dr. Fauci’s Household Made $1.7 Million In 2020, Including Income, Royalties, Travel Perks And Investment Gains.

      Our findings included:
      ~~~ Net worth: The Fauci household net worth exceeded $10.4 million.
      ~~~ Earnings and gains: Salaries, benefits, royalties, investment gains in the Fauci household exceeded $1.7 million in 2020.
      ~~~ Fauci’s wife: Christine Grady, the chief bioethicist at NIH made $234,284 in 2020.
      ~~~ Royalties: Fauci made between $100,000 and $1 million as an editor and board member of McGraw-Hill.
      ~~~ Awards: In 2021, Fauci was awarded a $1 million prize for “speaking truth to power” from the Dan David Foundation in Israel….

  67. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Thursday March 17 – Paul Joseph Watson via Zero hedge
    YouTube Flags Tulsi Gabbard’s Criticism Of “War Machine” As “Offensive” Content

    YouTube flagged a Fox News interview in which former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard said war in Ukraine was good for the military industrial complex as “offensive” content…

    …During the interview, host Laura Ingraham asked Gabbard why people were still demanding no fly zones, something that would likely cause World War III, when President Zelensky was “stepping back from his earlier NATO wishes and even demands?”

    Gabbard responded by pointing out that Zelensky has said he’s willing to negotiate with Putin and “set this NATO membership thing aside.”
    According to YouTube, such advocacy for peace is borderline content and needs to be hidden behind a warning screen. The video is also age-restricted.

    Elsewhere in the interview, Gabbard dared to suggest that “it’s good for the military industrial complex” to prolong the war in Ukraine and to “have this proxy war with Russia, something that Hillary Clinton laid out just recently.”

    “This war machine, this power elite in Washington, want to turn Ukraine into another Afghanistan, turn into killing fields where this long-term insurgency is supported. And they bleed out and cripple, kill as many Russians as possible for who knows how long, and they’re really showing their real aim in the fact that they’re not taking action right now to end this conflict,” said Gabbard.

    According to YouTube, not wanting Ukraine to turn into Afghanistan is ” inappropriate or offensive to some audiences.”

    Gabbard has been under scrutiny since Mitt Romney ludicrously suggested the former United States Army Reserve officer was “treasonous” for wanting US biological research labs in Ukraine secured to prevent outbreaks of deadly pathogens.

    MSNBC intelligence analyst Malcolm Nance also accused Gabbard of being a “collaborator,” while The View’s Ana Navarro demanded she be investigated by the Justice Department for spreading “Russian propaganda.”
    [VIDEO of Tulsi talking about the biolabs in Ukraine.]

    • underoaks says:

      Hi robster. I’m trying to get a better understanding of Terrain Theory. I only just heard about it in researching covid but so far it seems to be in line with how perceive health. Well, kind of. I’m ok to believe that there may be some malevolent invisible thing waiting to make me it’s host and thus create symptoms for me. I also think if my terrain/body is healthy that thing will find my unacceptable. Kind of the lion doesn’t go after the healthiest prey, it goes for the weak one.
      I’m with the Terrain folks on “show me the virus” but also there’s tons of studies saying hand washing works to prevent sickness. I’m having a hard time reconciling the two.
      In the article linked here the author says without a doubt antibiotics work but does that fit with Terrain Theory? Why do they work?
      I’m not expecting you to have the answers of course but wondering if you have more info/links/sites to share that might help clear some things up for me.

      • cu.h.j says:

        The interview with the corona investigative committee is interesting. I’m at the part where Dr. Woodarg asks Dr. Kaufman about a proposed mechanism of transmissible disease. This is the key points of difference, or points of confusion. Disease transmission is a phenomenon that has been experienced by individuals, including myself. Germ theory says it’s a virus, terrain theory says you can’t prove a virus exists and it must be another cause(s), but a precise mechanism is not offered and so people go with the simple explanation of a germ of some kind. It’s called parsimony and it’s a principal in western medicine, Occam’s razor, “if you hear hoof beats think horses not zebras” for a cause of disease or with respect to the likely explanation.

        Terrain proponents have good points about isolating a piece of RNA or DNA from a cell culture, that it’s hard to prove it exists or is the cause. I think most modern theories for disease encompass a combined explanation that germ, host and environment are involved. Not everyone who is exposed to germs get sick, either bacterial or viral or protein or whatever defined particle. But the fact that sometimes people do get sick from contact with other sick people, lead people to think that you can get sick from contact under certain conditions.

        It would be very helpful to have a discussion rather than a debate to try to learn more about disease and how to prevent it. The best thing to do is improve health and fitness. That aspect is not really debatable. People who are healthy will not get sick as often as those who are not, so to me the focus should be on health not isolating and avoiding living life. We are meant to live and contact other humans and this is why we have immune systems, to allow contact with each other. We are social animals and it defies nature to avoid one another. This doesn’t mean commons sense doesn’t apply, like washing hands and knowing the state of health of intimate contacts for example.

        • robster says:

          It’s funny that many people still say that it’s not really important whether pathogenic virus (and infectious disease) exist, as that lie has been the foundation for the Rockefeller big pharma cult that has been terrorizing and poisoning us for over a hundred years, based on irrational and unfounded fears.

          In 2020, the great reset was started based on this lie, but still people argue it’s not really important. Funny how the mind works.

          Healthy people will not get sick.

      • robster says:

        Hi underoaks (cool name 😉 ), nice to see you are at least exploring an alternative to mainstream propaganda. 🙂

        I don’t believe anything in nature is malevolent (except some people, who are imo not humans), nature does not have the duality of good and evil – that is a man-made construct.

        That what we call pathogens imo are simply organisms performing it’s function based on the environment (terrain) they are in. It would be strange that “suddenly” some bacteria one day is good and the other day turns malevolent, thereby destroying us. An example I often visualize for myself is that clear, running water never gets algae or bacteria – that only happens to still water, also said to be “dead” water (Steiner, Schauberger). If you’re interested in water, listen to or read The Fourth Phase of Water (audio on Odysee).

        On terrain theory, I found these webinars inspiring:–Covid-19-Myths:1–Part-3–%E2%80%93-Covid-19-Myths:b–Part-4–%E2%80%93-Covid-19-Myths:a

        Iirc the hand-washing is mentioned there as well. I also remember Dr. Cowan talking about antibiotics. Of course that works, as it kills everything, including the micro-organisms that are “cleaning” the diseased terrain. I could imagine a state of scepsis, in which only a shotgun approach like antibiotics still works, as it’s an acute poisoning. But I’m no expert on that. A bit like giving people an electric shock when the heart has stopped beating. In that case changing one’s diet or exercise regimen doesn’t really help anymore. 😉

        The book Virus Mania audiobook: was very interesting too, as was (ah I remember, the hand-washing question came up in this latter book).

        Dr. Cowan has live Q&A sessions weekly, you can always post your questions there, or mail him and his team. I found them very responsive. That in stark contrast to Corbett who never replies to anything suggesting an interview or asking about virology. Perhaps he will respond to you. 😉

    • nosoapradio says:

      Part 1:

      That first link was indeed a very revealing “discussion” from my personal point of view. “Revealing” in its non-discussion along with the neutralizing and manipulative dynamics at play.

      I was effectively baited into watching it via your Wodarg insult.
      And I’m very disappointed but not surprised by Wodarg’s behavior here.

      The same phenomenon occurred with Raoult, the hydroxy-chloroquine martyr.
      And though I haven’t seen Raoult stoop to intellectual bullying in the form of insidious holier-than-thou insults and “back-to-reality” remarks, he does have the same effect of protecting establishment agendas, namely that of promoting the “vaccine” whereas Wodarg is reinforcing the taboo of questioning establishment dogma concerning viruses with both men being adulated as dissidents.

      However, the insidious insults and back-handed discrediting of Lanka particularly, (of whom I’m almost completely ignorant) and the “there-is-no-virus” message more generally, was a collaborative effort aided by Fullmich and his side-kick, the odd blond sermonizing school-teacher woman whose name escapes me.
      They sure came across as controlled opposition whose real mission is to discredit ideas lying beyond the boundaries of acceptable debate (à la Chomsky), gain time for establishment agendas through stalling paralysis and inaction, ineffective initiatives and perhaps even through distraction (eg. magnets sticking to people’s arms).
      It’s also possible that, just as the Dems vs Repubs or NATO vs BRICS are false dichotomies and moreover collaborative efforts to support shared agendas, the Fullmich-Wodarg coalition vs. the Kaufman-Cowan-Bailey-Lanka alliance is also a false dichotomy to distract from other key issues. Possibly.

      Having said that, I found Kaufman’s exposé quite clear and compelling. (And of course, Wodarg’s deft and insulting manipulations prevented any discussion of it whatsoever.
      But then again, what do I know? I also found Mikovits’ arguments and presentations extremely persuasive.

      I guess one of these days I’ll have to get a degree in microbiology and observe micro-particles under electron microscopes myself.

      In the meantime, to form my macro world view, all I can do is strive to identify the bullies and rhetorical manipulation to the best of my ability.
      And here, Wodarg was both bully and manipulator and well assisted by Fullmich and his castigating cohort’s apparent inability to recognize Wodarg’s vicious insinuations.

      • robster says:

        I’ve often pondered the same potential dichotomy: virus vs. non-virus. Then again, what issue would that distract from? It also does not change the fact that no pathogenic virus was ever isolated.

        Mikovits to me is never compelling. Watching how she treats Kaufman in is disgusting.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I watched this and thought that the format was not helpful because it didn’t allow Judy Mikovits to speak long enough to explain why retroviruses can’t be isolated from cells. Kaufman speaks more like an attorney trying to trap her in his interpretation of lies and doesn’t allow her to explain. After she explains, he should then ask for more information.

          He also says “does anyone understand this?” which implies that the audience is stupid or that they can’t obtain the information to understand. This may or may not be true, not that the audience is stupid, but that they can’t learn the necessary background information to understand what is being said. Maybe she could have provided this in another format.

          He then says “this isn’t about transmission”. Okay that’s fair, but transmission is exactly why people think there’s an infectious component, so it’s relevant to the discussion, in my opinion.

          Then he says that the belief in viruses is what keeps the narrative alive, but is that true? Maybe it is, so how can we help people be less fearful of disease without a well defined mechanism of transmission or lack there of? That is necessary for people to not fear. Do you have the answer to observed phenomenon of transmission that most people have experienced at some points in their lives?

          You say “healthy people don’t get sick” but is that really true and what does it mean to be healthy? I rarely get sick, but wouldn’t say I’m in perfect health. I doubt any person is in perfect health. There’s usually something they can improve. And is perfect health even possible? As people age, their health declines and this is natural.

          If Kaufman or Cowan has the cure for the terrain in people who have a disease state associated with being HIV+ please let me know because I could help people with the disease. I’ve known people to try lots and lots of dietary modification, exercise, supplements, spiritual healing techniques, etc and still be sick without anti retrovirals.

          And what about genetics? How does this influence a person’s terrain? I’m sure it has an influence, right? Does Kaufman and Cowan know the answer?

          I certainly think that money should be spent researching how the terrain influences disease and realize that this isn’t as profitable as focusing on germs. That is a fact. Pharma and medical science profits from disease not from health. Perhaps a focus of terrain proponents could be on studying this, precise mechanisms of disease of the terrain and ways to mitigate harm from the environment.

          • robster says:

            HIV/AIDS is caused by malnutrition, drug abuse, or otherwise mistreating the body. not by a (retro)virus – that apparently cannot be isolated since it is so elusive.

            Of course genetics would have an influence, but I do not know in what way. I only know that even mainstream folks are starting to doubt the central dogma of genetics, have a look at

            Pharma and medical “science” are based on eugenics, pain and trauma – it’s demonic/satanic/luciferian (take your pick) in nature.

            Bottom line: a healthy terrain does not get sick.

            • randallsnyderjr says:

              It’s encouraging to see the facts finding the light of day. Thanks for sharing them.

            • cu.h.j says:

              If HIV/AIDS was caused by malnutrition and drugs alone, I would have the disease. In my 20s, I used a lots of stimulants, coke and meth. I was young and dumb and had a lot of trauma in my childhood and made some poor choices. I’m not perfect, but overcame these poor choices and habits relatively quickly.

              I have known two gay men who used the same drugs in the same large quantities as me and similar duration in use, but both have HIV disease because they had sex with HIV+ men, probably on multiple occasions. The only difference with respect to environment was sexual contact. I have spoken with hundreds of HIV and AIDS sufferers as a crisis counselor, and many of them report exposure to someone with the same symptoms or later with a positive HIV test.

              I did get a bad flu in my 20s related to drugs and malnutrition, but it wasn’t HIV because I took an HIV test and was negative.

              If it’s caused by malnutrition and drugs cessation of drugs and improving nutrition should cure it right? Both of my friends improved their health, stopped drugs, exercised and are still HIV+ and both of them though they stayed off meds for a long time, now need them to maintain a functioning immune system. Too bad they can’t do the bone marrow transplant now and get a cure.

              You say “A healthy terrain does not get sick” and I think this doesn’t exist in nature then, because everyone gets sick at some time in their life. The environment will always have something in it that impacts a person in a bad way. And when you have a person with a disease contacting others who previously had no disease later get symptoms, the logical conclusion is that there is a relationship between the contact with the sick person. Maybe not a direct cause in every single person, but a factor nevertheless.

              • robster says:

                You’re applying false logic. Not every drug user or person who is malnourished “gets” AIDS.

                The HIV test is based on the same hoaxery (PCR) as the “covid” test.

              • cu.h.j says:

                The HIV test is an antibody test done by western blot to confirm in addition to immune dysfunction.

                Here’s a paper I read about isolation that terrain proponents might like that discusses “isolation” and “purification” for lay people:


                I agree that there are problems with the certainty claimed by many virologists and those that claim that germs are entirely responsible for certain diseases. I think molecular biology is not as understood as claimed. I think more honest claims would be “these findings suggest a relationship” rather than “this causes that”

                Association is not the same as causation, but rather a relationship is present that should be explored. I don’t always catch a cold or flu after being exposed to a sick person, but sometimes I do catch something. The other part of that is genetics, state of health, and environment.

                Based on my superficial research it seems like isolating and purifying viruses in not always possible, but they are studying something. And the experimental environment will affect the cell samples.

                It’s definitely interesting to me and perhaps some of the terrain folks and the open minded germ theory folks could have a discussion without the ego factors of “I’m right and you’re wrong” or “you’re a fraud and liar”

                The way ideas are discussed is so important to get people to change there mind.

          • mkey says:

            What is truly necessary is for the people to come to terms with their sovereignity, to accept that they own their bodies from now ’till kingdom come and that they themselves are responsible for it and the state they are keeping it in.

            Ownership implies responsibility and for this particualar issue no solutions will be found without.

            Once above conditions have been met there will be all the time in the world to establish and come to terms with various theories about the ways of our universe.

    • nosoapradio says:

      Part 2:

      But, the real lesson here is certainly something to the effect of what Mr. Corbett often says: it’s the information that’s important and not the messenger.

      And incidentally, Mr Corbett provides much precious information on countless topics and deserves no criticism for not taking an interest in other people’s battles: namely the virus-doesn’t-exist campaign. Any insinuation that there’s anything at all suspicious about this would seem as odious and manipulative as Wodarg’s against Lanka.

      May each researcher explore and report on what he personally deems “relevant”. 🙂

      I suppose you and everyone else here has seen this:

      So what was Wodarg saying in the second German link you posted?

      • robster says:

        Indeed, James provides a LOT of very interesting information and lays bare many “consipracies”. That’s the reason why it surprises me even more that he never touched the pseudoscience of virology, as its foundational germ theory builds the basis for rockefeller eugenics, called allopathic medicine.

      • cu.h.j says:

        I watched the debate and Woodarg clearly has no expertise in lab techniques and processes in virology and seemed unprepared to discuss it. It was weird he changed the subject to transmission and said he’s not a lab guy. Why wasn’t he prepared to discuss isolation and purification?

        The debate should be between a virologist not a physician. Mikovitz debated Kaufman before and it would be interesting to have a second debate or discussion. Its a highly complex topic that requires some introductory information just to understand.

        Regarding transmission of illness most clinicians who contact patients like Woodarg will believe in germs as being a component of why some people get sick. But he was rude and this detracted from the discussion.

  68. HomeRemedySupply says:

    [See IMAGE]
    Friday March 18, 2022 – EuroNews Albania
    ‘Give Peace A Chance’, Serbian fans mock US military interventions

    FULL article (but video and image in article)
    Serbian fans raised on Thursday a banner mocking the military interventions carried out by the United States since the 50s.

    Serbia’s Crvena Zvezda was playing against the Scottish Glasgow Rangers at the Rajko Mitic stadium in Belgrade for a qualifying Europa League match.

    The banner was a timeline of all the conflicts to which the US, as well as NATO, had sent its army, including the attack on Serbia in 1999 and Afghanistan after 9/11.
    The banner ended with a sarcastic message All We Are Saying Is Give Peace A Chance”.

    This is the second time since the start of the Ukraine War that Serbian hooligans convey politically motivated messages on the football field.

    Serbia, a known Russian ally in the region, is the only European country that refused to sanction Moscow.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      More on the story from…

      BELGRADE- A fan group of the Serbian football club Red Star in a game on Thursday used banners to show U.S.-led NATO interventions around the world in the past decades.

      During the halftime of the game at the Rajko Mitic stadium here, the Serbian fans raised huge banners listing U.S.-led NATO interventions in the past decades, one of which wrote of Beatles songwriter John Lennon’s anti-war song: “All we are saying is give peace a chance.”

      The banners showed the NATO interventions in such countries and regions as the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Cuba, Vietnam, Panama, Iraq, Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, Libya, Syria and so on.

      In 1999, the U.S.-led NATO forces carried out continuous airstrikes for 78 days against Yugoslavia, leaving more than 8,000 civilians dead or injured and nearly 1 million displaced.

      Serbian fans raised on Thursday a banner [listing] military interventions carried out by the United States since the 50s.

      Serbia’s Crvena Zvezda was playing against the Scottish Glasgow Rangers at the Rajko Mitic stadium in Belgrade for a qualifying Europa League match.

      The banner was a timeline of all the conflicts to which the US, as well as NATO, had sent its army, including the attack on Serbia in 1999 and Afghanistan after 9/11.
      The banner ended with [the] message “All We Are Saying Is Give Peace A Chance”.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Part of the same chord is this article & 20 second VIDEO…

        Clip Of Biden Boasting He Proposed NATO’s 78-Day Airstrikes On Belgrade Goes Viral In China
        [See 20 second VIDEO]

        Both Russian and Chinese media and state officials have in the last days been widely circulating a resurfaced video from 1999 wherein then senator Joe Biden bragged about being the first US official to propose bombing Belgrade and destroying the city’s infrastructure.

        State media in Russia wrote this week while featuring the footage: “The head of Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, reposted the footage on his social media account, reminding the current US President of the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia that is estimated to have killed about 2,500 people, including 89 children.” Russian officials used the clip to blast Biden over his latest description of Vladimir Putin as a “war criminal” and “thug” due to the invasion of Ukraine. It’s also getting wide circulation on Chinese social media.

        “I suggested bombing of Belgrade. I suggested that American pilots go there and destroy all bridges on the Drina,” Biden had said at the time.

        The 78 days of air strikes lasted from 24 March 1999 to 10 June 1999. The bombs kept falling even on Serbia’s Easter – called Pascha – which is the holiest day of the Orthodox Christian year.

        “I was suggesting very specific action,” Biden said while seeming to praise his own ‘muscular’ proposals which helped lead to the NATO war against the Serbs.

        China’s mission to the EU also called out prior US action over what was Yugoslavia, condemning the outrageous May NATO bombing of the Chinese embassy – which killed and injured multiple Chinese nationals and journalists….

  69. Cody says:

    Seeing all the signs, I believe the FALSE FLAG in the EU will be a nuclear fallout within the next 90 days. Whether true of false, they can, after a nuclear fallout:
    – lockdown
    – ban cash (radiation)
    – force vax
    – deploy military against own citizens (martial law)
    – food scarcity
    – internet outage (and then internet 2.0)
    – Een nuclear/climate lockdown
    – chemtrail the F out of everybody
    – control media and information (Starlink network)
    – keep this up for months or years
    – scream RUSSIA for a decade
    – fix monetary system / inflation
    – kill people they don’t like (us)

    It’s the perfect storm. 1 big bang fixes all your problems.

    It is the perfect little false flag. You can even set one off for free, saves a lot of CGI time.

  70. robster says:

    Interesting quote:

    “I’m not sure why they think the central dogma of biology is only now being “potentially challenged” as it was never proven to be relevant from the day that Francis Crick first suggested it in 1958, but at least they are opening their eyes.”

    I guess on this too we’re never gonna hear anything from James, perhaps it’s not relevant enough, like virology is not relevant enough. 😉

  71. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Friday March 18, 2022 – NakedCapitalism by Nick Corbishley
    Parts of Spanish Economy Grind to a Halt After Five-Day Nationwide Truckers’ Strike

    Like the Trudeau government, Pedro Sánchez’s ruling coalition blames the truckers’ strike on far-right elements while blaming Putin for record-high gas prices and decades-high inflation in Spain.

    Spain’s already struggling economy is in a bind after an indefinite strike by truck drivers has brought a number of key industries to a halt. Called by the Platform for the Defense of Road Transport of Merchandise, the strike began on Monday and is being followed by an estimated 85% of smaller truck companies and self-employed truckers. They are protesting surging fuel prices, unfair competition by larger companies and poor working conditions.

    Growing Shortages…[Examples given]

    …One thing that is clear is that the strikers have plenty of justifiable grievances, the most notable of which are record-high petrol prices and decades-high inflation. The trucker industry is exceptionally vulnerable to sharp rises in fuel prices…

    …Blaming Putin for Everything

    Sánchez recently took a leaf out of Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi’s book by trying to pin all the blame for surging energy prices on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. “We have to tell the truth and not confuse citizens. Inflation and rising energy prices are the sole responsibility of Vladimir Putin and his illegal war in Ukraine,” he told parliament.

    It is a desperate, intelligence-insulting ruse and as far as I can tell most people are not buying it. As the graph below (courtesy of Trading Economics) shows, Spain’s consumer price index CPI has been rising steadily since early 2021, a full year before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: [GRAPH]…

    …The truckers are not just riled about rising fuel prices. As one trucker told me, freelance drivers just can’t compete with the larger companies, which can stockpile fuel and get big discounts on spare parts. Meanwhile the freelancers and smaller companies pay full whack. This allows larger companies to offer lower rates, pricing smaller companies out of the market…

    …To compound matters, many governments are beginning to hike taxes or social security on small businesses and self-employed workers. In Spain….

  72. underoaks says:

    Great new vid “Shocking. Trudeaus….” I especially like the part about China promoting democracy. I saw a post earlier today about “what we need is a true democracy”. When the common people think democracy they think “For the People By The People” but when the people who are runnin’ things say it they mean exactly what James said “…a suggestion box” so people feel like they’ve been heard.

  73. 2-D Chess Dweller says:

    Hi Corbetteers,

    I’ve published a very long article. It is the story of a recent unplanned visit to our national health system, and my struggle with alcohol addiction. It was composed for my family. The story is really about developing through the adversity I faced and mostly through some newly awakened eyes of compassion new ways to look at the world.

    My story is interleaved with some of the many things I’ve been wanting to say but physically could not regarding the Ukraine situation at a mostly 2-D level.

    Of course, it includes many references in a “Recommended Reading” section which may be of interest to readers.

    I am not looking for congratulations. If this can help someone you know and it does help, then that one act is worth a thousand acknowledgments. For that purpose, just remove all of the ‘Counterpoint’ sections if you wish to exclude the Ukraine/geopolitical aspect. They are clearly labelled.

    Peace be with you,


    • cu.h.j says:

      2-D Chess Dweller:

      Thanks for sharing. I’ll check it out. Good for you to address your struggles. I understand them well and have had various similar issues and addiction is difficult. Alcohol is a brutal drug, on the body and mind and eliminating or reducing it is good.

      Anyway, take care of yourself.

  74. robster says:

    In their community updates they are asking for experts on mainstream virology, for debate:

    “How you can help
    If you have any personal connections to mainstream experts on HIV/ AIDS and virology who you think would be open to talking with us, we would love to hear from you. Contact us. Finding experts on the “mainstream consensus” side of the debate who are willing to talk is always a challenge, so any introductions would be fantastic. Thanks again to everyone who has been so supportive of the work we are doing.”

    Contact address is

    James, you have any contacts who dare to debate?

  75. cartesian says:

    Re the recent “Trudeau” video, I think there’s another overlooked angle that involves betrayal and, ironically enough, eugenics.

    Surely it’s better for countries not in a dominant position to learn from the backstabbing the West has consistently engaged in throughout the centuries and to swim with the tide, gaining every economic and strategic advantage possible in the meantime. We are all aware of eugenicists’ dreams of creating a pure human race, which may or may not include a sizeable majority of the citizens of BRICS, so why would their end goal be the potential death of their grandchildren and/or gradual extermination of their respective races?

    No beachfront property and shiny new US passport can protect from that.

    I’d perhaps naively assume that there would be strategists thinking about longer term outcomes in every country in the same way we do. Not all outcomes are good.

    In the present day, there appear to be definite splits in the world. For example with regards to how foreign ownership is viewed, with that particular free market being rejected by many not in a current strong position, as well as countries like China. That could merely be a function of not wanting to sell at near the bottom of the market, but could also be genuine rejection of foreign control.

    So while modern China is at least in part a Rockafeller project and Putin holds the WEF and Kissinger too close for comfort, it’s not exactly 9D Whack-a-Mole to almost expect other countries to deal with “us” how we’ve historically dealt with them. Repeating the words of the UN2030 could be just be necessary self-preservation and a continuation of the British strategy of pretending to be best of friends while taking everything they can.

    As much a genuine meeting of like minds as Prince Charles dancing with members of a remote African tribe is. Nice photo op, keeps them from killing him if he said how he really felt, but absolutely zero chance of marrying into the family.

    • cartesian says:

      I should have added that convincingly nodding along necessarily includes action. It makes sense to look like a good boy scout by staying ahead of the curve while maintaining control of the direction of something like CBDCs. It’s not as if the control aspects are not appealing for all governments, particularly if anybody else is weaponising their population’s minds and habits.

      We can only imagine the propaganda coming out of the googleweb in a few years time if these countries were openly rejecting climate change agenda, for example. They would be “literally destroying the world”, which is a better excuse than having/using/meeting-that-one-time chemical weapons.

      It just makes more sense to me than putting up no resistance to what are clearly ongoing foreign power hoarding and expansion. A foreign elite who would wipe everybody who didn’t look and think like them out in a flash if they could.

  76. clv says:


    The Great Transhumance scenario has, on the second stage (starting today) the involvement of zombies. Although it sounds hard to believe, it is essential to remember, as [[Yuval Noah Harari]] writes in his book [[21 Lessons for the 21st Century]] about terrorism that “Terrorists don’t think like army generals. Instead, they think like theatre producers.” Which means that “those combating terrorism should also think more like theater producers and less like army generals.” (p. 346). “In terrorism, fear is the main story, and there is an astounding disproportion between the actual strength of the terrorists and the fear they manage to inspire.” (p.340)
    Of course, alike the COVID-19 crisis, it’s all fiction. Still, it is important to look at the technology and try to find a convincing counter-narrative.
    So, the important question is: “Is it possible to create a fictional zombie apocalypse based on mind control technologies?” Thanks to James Corbett’s dedicated research, the answer is simply yes.
    Very interestingly, in the episode 167: Social Engineering And You, James Corbett asks this question (12 years ago) :
    “How could they ever possibly convince anyone to take this type of neurological stimulation devices ? how would we be ever implanted with the type of technology that will directly interface with our brain?” (50:18)
    Have we gone through a situation where something got close to our brain? PCR test?
    Here are the two great podcasts I am going through in order the get a grasp at what was the technology 12-14 years ago.
    – Corbett. “Episode 167 – Social Engineering and You – The Corbett Report.” _The Corbett Report – Open Source Intelligence News_, 19 Dec. 2010,
    – Corbett. “Episode 034 – The Scientific Dictatorship – The Corbett Report.” _The Corbett Report – Open Source Intelligence News_, 24 Feb. 2008,

    Thanks Mr Corbett for this treasure trove.

  77. robster says:

    @cu.h.j (and others who still believe the HIV fairytale): perhaps the reasoning in can put you in the right direction for further exploring.

  78. nosoapradio says:

    Madeleine “We think the price is worth it” Allbright is dead!

  79. kfel says:

    New from the Home Vaccine Education Network: Final report on community based science study to investigate COVID-19 vaccine shedding (that is, can being in contact with someone who has been recently vaccinated make you feel unwell?)

  80. HomeRemedySupply says:

    January 14, 2022
    France: Court rules COVID Vaccine-related Death a Suicide
    Businessman’s Multi-Million Dollar Life Insurance Not Paid

    [“Experimental Vaccine” – Voluntary – Declared side-effects]

    In France, the court equated vaccination with suicide, taking the side of an insurance company that refused to pay money to the family of an insured millionaire who died from vaccination.

    The case caused a huge resonance in society. An elderly businessman who died from vaccination, which was officially confirmed, insured his life for several million. However, after his death, the relatives were left with nothing, writes Unser Mitteleuropa.

    In France, the case of a wealthy elderly Parisian businessman who insured his life for many millions and died from COVID-vaccination caused a great resonance. The insurance company refused to pay money to the relatives of the deceased, and the court found the company to be right. At the same time, the insurance company argued its refusal precisely by the fact that death occurred as a result of the vaccination: taking experimental drugs and treatments (including vaccination against coronavirus) is excluded from the policy. The judge’s verdict is as follows:

    “The side effects of an experimental vaccine are being made public, and the deceased could not have professed ignorance when voluntarily taking the vaccine. There is no law or regulation in France requiring him to be vaccinated. Therefore, his death is, in fact, a suicide.
    The Court recognizes the qualification of an insurer who legally regards participation in the third phase experiment, the lack of evidence of which has not been proven, as the voluntary assumption of a fatal risk not covered by the contract, taking into account the declared side effects, including death is covered and legally recognized as suicide. “

    The family filed an appeal. However, the insurer’s defense is recognized as reasonable and contractually justified, since this well-known risk of death is legally considered suicide, the client was notified and agreed to voluntarily risk his life without being forced to do so.

    The insurance company noted that suicide, like death from an experimental drug, is not an insured event. The lawyer for the family of Carlo Alberto Brusa published the case materials on social networks and expressed his outrage at such a decision. It appears that insurers will now stop paying out life insurance policies on a large scale, as the death risk from vaccination effectively blocks their contract, rendering it void.


    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      After the publication of similar cases in France, something similar was heard from the United States.
      Paul Graham, Senior Vice President for Policy Development at the American Life Insurers Council, says:

      “Life insurance companies may refuse to pay out for vaccinated people because Covid vaccines are “medical experiments”. When deciding on the payment of damages, it is taken into account whether the insured has received a COVID vaccine. Life insurance contracts are very clear on how policies work and what reasons, if any, can lead to a denial of payment.
      The COVID-19 vaccine is not one of them. An assessment of an applicant’s insurance capacity is not affected by an individual’s immunization status.”

      The publication notes that, upon request, domestic insurance companies promise not to make benefits dependent on the appropriate vaccination status, both for those who have been vaccinated and for those who have not been vaccinated. But everyone knows that vaccination campaigners are calling for the unvaccinated to be penalized in terms of costs if they stay in the hospital. The information from France in the article refers to the referenced sources and to information provided by Nicole Delepin, former Head of Pediatric Oncology Medicine at Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris, on the Riposte Laïque website.

      Steve Kirsch – If you die from the vaccine, your life insurance company may not pay out

      VIDEO 2 minutes – Via America’s Frontline Doctors
      Dr. Peterson Pierre “Vaccine” Death Insurance Payout Denied

      American Life Insurers Council

      Brian Peckford

      En France, décès après la vaccination d’un grand-père très fortuné, ancien chef d’entreprise parisien de Versailles, avec assurance vie de plusieurs millions d’euro pour le bénéfice de ses enfants et petits-enfants, l’assurance ne rembourse pas et ne paye pas la prime de plusieurs millions d’euro….

      SUB-THREAD – Excess Mortality – Life Insurance
      UPDATED –> Jessica Rose, MSc, PhD
      [Long Sub-Thread which ends when you see Broc West.]

      Jessica Rose, MSc, PhD
      – Link goes to Bottom of SUB-THREAD on Batches

    • nosoapradio says:

      Hadn’t heard about this. If it checks out, I may try running the judge’s ruling by some students and see what they think.

      As speaking about these things could conceivably trigger psychosomatic disorders that the injections might exacerbate among my almost entirely vaccinated students

      I’ve been sticking to Profusa Lumee-type devices, the ESG,

      and showing them the EU vaccination card roadmap (linked most recently in the last newsletter) attempting to provocatively demonstrate how incredibly fortuitous this ahem pandemic has been…

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        How to Calculate Your Individual ESG Score

        …You may know all about your credit score, but an individual ESG score is still rather new. Many mainstream financial institutions are creating a new platform that is centered on ESG scores.

        In addition to creating this platform, their lending guidelines are also getting an update that includes new rules that will tie your individual ESG score to your ability to secure lending.

        Being that it’s still new, there is not too much that is completely known about how it will be used and what regulations will improve or correct your score. In many cases, people are generally unaware that they even have an ESG score unless they happen to come across it in the process of doing something totally unrelated.

        For example, consumers who have accounts with Merrill Lynch will be able to view their score, whatever that may be. While this may sound like tales out of China, it is a system that is, in fact, being implement in the US and soon many other nations.

        Lenders will use this system to choose who they extend services or credit to. The main reason is that companies, including lenders, are being graded according to the ESG standards themselves.

        Their business and prosperity depend directly on their hiring practices, gender diversity, social and environmental impact, and other ESG factors. As they are required to prove their case, they will also need to show that their clients meet the standards they are being graded….

        • nosoapradio says:

          This is the part I tarry on with students:

          “…After segmenting each section, a value will then be assigned to each. Some areas have a heavier weight than others. For example, if you invest in green programs and also avoid eating meat, it will have a heavier weight than your use of electricity in your home daily…

          …Buying a gun, alcohol, or even clothing will all affect your overall ESG score. Not only will your purchases matter, but who you purchase from and how they do business.

          Your political affiliations also factor into your personal ESG score. Aside from the politics in governance, the party you support and even the person you vote for will make your score go up or down based on that person’s actions, policies, and voting habits.

          The type of car you drive, how often, and even how many people are in the car when you drive will also come into play when deciding your score.

          Unlike credit scores with a clear method of tabulation, cause, and effect, ESG scores depend on a wide variety of factors that most people have yet to consider. Depending on where you live, even calculating a personal ESG score can mean giving up your rights to basic privacy…”

          Actually, it’s almost suspiciously in-your-face provocative.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Oh my gosh! I would really love it if James Corbett featured this in a short episode.
            The world should see this.
            Only the dense would not grasp the implications.

            It all certainly rhymes with Corbett’s recent
            Episode 415 – The Global Digital ID Prison

            • nosoapradio says:

              Good morning HRS,

              …and at the same time, while speaking to my students, I always harp back yet again to the FranceConnect account;

              Indeed, many of my students are having English classes thanks to their “CPF” (professional training account).

              To access this training (along with a plethora of other critical services such as their retirement pension accounts, according to some students, I haven’t yet experienced this first hand) they must either open a FranceConnect account (or use their ALICEM account, from what I saw with my own eyes when I vainly attempted to to use the 3000 euros sitting on my own national CPF without opening a FranceConnect account).

              I try to draw a possible connection in their minds between the ESG score (that is apparently no longer just “Corporate”) and a FranceConnect account (that could very well, after a hacking crisis or two or via an EU vaccination card, go “Biometric”, maybe with some UBI to help restore “trust”)

              Come to think of it… I’m by no means a technician, not by any stretch of the imagination, but

              it appears that ALICEM was simply an attempt (or maybe just PR predictive programming) to make the already popularized FranceConnect system biometric.

              And now an EU vaccination card would almost imperceptibly add a few medical details to the already familiar FranceConnect gateway to access personal retirement info et al, turning the heat up just ever so slightly on the proverbial boiling frog. In other words

              an ESG score, EU vaccination card, thousands of tantalizing CPF euros and

              One FranceConnect account to Rule them all.

              At least it makes for lively English classes.

  81. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Thursday March 24th – Zero Hedge via Activist Post
    BlackRock’s Fink Says Invasion of Ukraine “Accelerates” ESG and Digital Currencies Shift

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Wed March 23, 2022 – OILPRICE.COM – Irina Slav
      Not All Banks Are Jumping On The Net-Zero Bandwagon

      ~~ The banking industry, unlike many others, has not been subjected to a lot of shareholder pressure with regard to funding oil and gas industry activities.
      ~~ Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase and RBC Capital markets were some of the biggest funders to the oil industry last year.
      ~~ A growing thirst for oil and an even faster-growing appetite for affordable energy make energy funding an even more important topic.

      Banks have gone from oil industry backers to some of the loudest critics of the industry and the most ambitious target-setters in a few short years. Some of the biggest lenders in the world have joined the Net Zero Banking Alliance and have made pledges to limit their business with oil and gas. Some, however, are fine doing business with the “dirty” pariah industry.

      Bloomberg reported this week that Wells Fargo provided $28 billion in funding to oil and gas companies last year. This made the Wall Street major the biggest oil lender for the year, followed by JP Morgan Chase with $27.9 billion in financing for oil and gas projects, and RBC Capital Markets, which provided $20.3 billion to the industry.

      All three banks—along with all other lenders to oil and gas—have made net-zero commitments and outlined some specific steps they will be taking to get there. But Wells Fargo was late to the net-zero party. In fact, it took its time before it joined it.

      This is quite uncharacteristic in today’s reputation-ruled, social media-vulnerable corporate world. Yet Wells Fargo’s energy team appears quite unconcerned about targets and pledges for one simple reason: the transition that everyone seems to be so enthusiastic about in the banking world is not happening overnight…

      …Wells Fargo is by no means alone in this view, judging by the latest data from nonprofit organization Reclaim Finance. The organization says on its website that its purpose for existence is to “publicly expose financial institutions who hinder climate-related regulations, and whose practices violate human rights and destroy the environment.” It also has an oil and gas policy tracker “to detect greenwashing by the finance sector.”

      Using this tool and with the help of other transition-focused organizations, Reclaim Finance found that less than half of the 150 banks and other financial institutions that dominate the global financial industry have actually implemented policies that exclude funding for oil and gas projects.

      The revelation echoes an earlier one made by ShareAction, another nonprofit organization, which promotes “responsible investment”….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        With The Federal Reserve raising interest rates, many banks will benefit.

        Bank of America will be biggest winner from Main Street banking boom:

        “…according to Wells Fargo analyst Mike Mayo, who told Yahoo Finance Live on Thursday that traditional banking revenue will grow the same way it did in the 1980s, creating a boom for the industry in the next three years.
        Moreover, BofA stands to gain the most, said Mayo, adding the bank is likely to get a further boost from the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hike….”

  82. HomeRemedySupply says:

    By Matt Agorist
    March 25th
    “You’re a Disgrace! A Dictator!” — EU Parliament Humiliates Trudeau, Blasts Him for Gross Human Rights Violations

    [Great VIDEO clips in this article.]

  83. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Steve Kirsch
    A proper informed consent leads to 99.8% of army soldiers refusing to get vaccinated
    Army doctor Dr. Pete Chambers gave an informed consent briefing to 3,000 soldiers. After that briefing, just 6 soldiers wanted to be vaccinated. Chambers was subsequently relieved of his duties.

  84. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Wed March 23 –
    FBI Says 5 Energy Companies Targeted In Russian Scanning Activity

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation has issued a warning to the U.S. energy industry that it had detected scanning activity from multiple Russia-based IP addresses.

    “These Russia-based IP addresses are believed to be associated with cyber actors who previously conducted destructive cyber activity against foreign critical infrastructure,” the warning read.

    “Present activity of these IP addresses likely indicates early stages of reconnaissance, scanning networks for vulnerabilities for use in potential future intrusions. US Energy Sector entities are advised to examine current network traffic for these IP addresses and conduct follow-on investigations if observed.”

    According to the FBI, a total of 140 addresses were involved in the detected scanning activity, which targeted at least five energy companies as well as businesses from other sectors such as defense, financial services, and information technology.

    The warning comes on the heels of another one, made by President Biden, who said earlier this week that Russia was “exploring” a cyber attack against the United States but added that Washington would use every tool at its disposal to thwart it.

    “My Administration will continue to use every tool to deter, disrupt, and if necessary, respond to cyberattacks against critical infrastructure,” the U.S. President said in a release published on the White House website.

    “But the Federal Government can’t defend against this threat alone. Most of America’s critical infrastructure is owned and operated by the private sector and critical infrastructure owners and operators must accelerate efforts to lock their digital doors.”…

  85. HomeRemedySupply says:

    — IMAGE —
    How Gas Prices Compare Around The World

    1 Gallon = 3.7854 Litre

    Taken from…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      “Gas Stations Will Run Dry”: Catastrophic Scenario For Diesel Emerging According To World’s Biggest Energy Traders

      …our warning was echoed by the heads of one of the largest commodity trading houses and the biggest independent oil trader who were speaking at the FT Commodities Global Summit in Lausanne, Switzerland on Tuesday.

      The corporate leaders estimated that as much as 3 million barrels of oil and its products a day could be lost from Russia as a result of sanctions, in line with previous estimates, and warned that global markets face a squeeze on diesel with Europe most at risk of a “systemic” shortage that could lead to fuel rationing.

      “The thing that everybody’s concerned about will be diesel supplies. Europe imports about half of its diesel from Russia and about half of its diesel from the Middle East,” said Russell Hardy, chief of Switzerland-based oil trader Vitol. “That systemic shortfall of diesel is there.”

      Those imports mean that Russian supplies account for about 15% of Europe’s diesel consumption, according to the FT which carried their comments.

      Hardy said the shift to more diesel consumption over gasoline in Europe had helped to create shortages of the fuel. He added that refineries could boost their diesel output in response to higher prices at the expense of other oil-derived products to shore up supply, but warned that rationing was a possibility.

      Torbjorn Tornqvist, co-founder and chair of Geneva-headquartered Gunvor Group, added: “Diesel is not just a European problem; this is a global problem. It really is.”…

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Saturday March 26
        “It’s Been Difficult” – Small US Trucking Fleets Squeezed By Skyrocketing Diesel Prices

        …WSJ spoke with US trucking fleets and found smaller ones are susceptible to spiking fuel prices versus larger ones because they don’t have the hedging capacity and working capital.

        The latest data from AAA shows the average price for a gallon of diesel at the pump is around $5.079, a record high and up more than 28% since the Ukrainian invasion in late February.

        A price shock of this magnitude in such a short time has been brutal for small trucking operators with less leverage than larger fleets.

        “It’s been difficult,” said Derek Crusenberry, director of business development at JSG Trucking Co. in Acampo, California, which has 20 trucks hauling lumber, steel, and canned products across Northern California.

        “We have had to find ourselves diving into our margins to support operations, to keep the wheels turning, quite literally,” Crusenberry said.

        Geopolitical turmoil in Eastern Europe and what Reuters’ head commodity analyst John Kemp has described, “worsening diesel shortages in the United States and the rest of the world are intensifying upward pressure on petroleum prices and threaten to recreate the conditions that led to the record price spike in 2008,” have led to JSG and many other smaller trucking fleets to react slower to changing fuel prices and inability to pass on additional fuel expenses…

        …Another issue for smaller trucking operators, besides their inability or limited capacity to hedge soaring fuel costs, is the time it takes to receive payment.

        Larger firms have credit and working capital lines and are cushioned as they are paid 30 or 45 days after hauling loads. However, smaller firms don’t have that luxury as larger ones, as explained by Avery Vise, a freight analyst at FTR Transportation Intelligence.

        “But a smaller carrier, even if it’s getting surcharges, if it’s not getting that surcharge paid until a month or month-and-a-half down the road, they’re going to have to float that difference in the interim,” Vise said. “And that’s potentially problematic.”

        To weather the storm, smaller firms reject long-haul jobs, cut down on highway speed, and reduce idling time.

        Sadaya Morris, a small truck operator in the Northeast, said her fuel costs have jumped from around $250 to $400 in the last several weeks. She has since moved her business away from freight brokers to working directly with customers for better rates to compensate for rising fuel costs….

  86. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Wed March 23rd – Reuters via Yahoo Finance
    UPDATE 2-Occidental plans up to $1 bln for facility to capture carbon from air

    HOUSTON, March 23 (Reuters) – Occidental Petroleum on Wednesday outlined plans to advance its clean energy transition business, including spending between $800 million and $1 billion on a facility to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air.

    The proposed facility, the world’s largest direct air capture (DAC) project, is set to begin construction in the second half of this year in the Permian basin, the largest U.S. oilfield, with a start in 2024.

    The U.S. oil and gas producer is aiming to build a profitable business from providing services and technologies that pull CO2 out of the air and burying it underground to advance government and business climate mitigation goals.

    Airplane-maker Airbus this month disclosed a long-term contract to buy carbon credits from the plant to offset its emissions.
    The effort “can also be another value-adding business,” Occidental Chief Executive Vicki Hollub said in a presentation to investors.

    The business could prove more valuable to investors than its chemical operations, which earned more than $1.5 billion in 2021, she said.
    This year’s investments in the low carbon business will total $275 million, and the company plans to develop over time three carbon sequestration hubs that will be online by 2025 and another 69 smaller DAC facilities by 2035, it told investors….

  87. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Eat Lentils? One-Third Of US Workers Make Less Than $15 An Hour

    A new study reveals a shocking truth bomb that tens of millions of Americans are struggling to survive in Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ economy as inflation tears apart working poor households.

    Researchers from left-leaning Economic Policy Oxfam America, an anti-poverty advocacy group, published a study Tuesday titled “The crisis of low wages in the US” and found 31.9% of the US workforce, or about 51.9 million workers, are earning less than $15 an hour, equivalent to less than $31,200.

    “It’s shameful that at a time when many US companies are boasting record profits, some of the hardest working people in this country — especially people who keep our economy and society functioning — are struggling to get by and falling behind,” Kaitlyn Henderson, the study’s author and senior research adviser at Oxfam America, told CNN….

  88. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Journalist Richard Thomas Medhurst

    Article and VIDEO (11 minutes or less)
    CNN Casually Invites Neo-Nazis on Air

  89. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Friday March 25th – Via Zero Hedge -Authored by Nick Corbishley via
    Unbeknown To Most, A Financial Revolution Is Coming That Threatens To Change Everything (And Not For The Better)

    [Lots in here.]
    …Around 90 central banks are either in the process of experimenting with or are already piloting central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). In a world of just over 190 countries that is a large contingent, but given they include the European Central Bank (ECB) which alone represents 19 Euro Area economies, the actual number of economies involved is well over 100. They include all G20 economies and together represent more than 90% of global GDP.

    Three CBDCs have already gone fully live in the past two years: the so-called DCash in the Eastern Caribbean, the Sand Dollar in the Bahamas and the eNaira in Nigeria. The International Monetary Fund, the world’s most powerful supranational financial institution, has been lending its expertise in the roll out of CBDCs. In a recent speech the Fund’s President Kristalina Georgieva lauded the potential benefits (on which more later) of CBDCs while heaping praise on the “ingenuity” of the central banks busily trying to conjure them into existence…

    …The fund [Blackrock] was the largest beneficiary of the Federal Reserve’s bailout of exchange-traded funds during the market rout of Spring 2020.

    In his latest letter to investors, the CEO of BlackRock, Larry Fink, said the Ukrainian conflict has the potential to accelerate the development of digital currencies across the world…

    …On Tuesday (March 22), the Bank for International Settlements published the findings of a study it had conducted with four central banks — the Reserve Bank of Australia, Bank Negara Malaysia, the Monetary Authority of Singapore, and the South African Reserve Bank — into the practical challenges of executing cross-border payments between different central bank digital currencies. The report concludes that while major hurdles still remain, financial institutions could use CBDCs issued by participating central banks to transact directly with each other on a shared platform:….

  90. Steve Smith says:

    Could someone please tell me what the Flashback video from last weekend was? I didn’t get the chance to watch it and now I can’t figure out how to find it again.

  91. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Tuesday March 29th, 2022
    Internet Provider For Ukraine’s Military Hit In ‘Most Severe’ Cyberattack Since Invasion

    Ukraine says that one of its main internet service providers used by the country’s military was hit with a massive cyberattack on Monday as part of stepped up Russian efforts to unleash more in its tech arsenal to degrade Ukraine’s defense capabilities.

    Importantly the fresh attack was called among the worst Ukraine has suffered since the war’s start. The Wall Street Journal detailed that “The attack on Ukrtelecom PJSC was described by some experts as among the most harmful cyberattacks since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24. About 3:30 p.m. ET on Monday, Ukrainian officials said that they had repelled the attack, and that the company could restore services, according to a statement from Ukraine’s State Service of Special Communication and Information Protection, which is responsible for cybersecurity in the country.”

    A US-based internet monitor observed that Ukrtelecom’s services began gradually dropping to customers over a period of hours, before going completely dark by five hours into the attack, impacting both the military and customers across the country.

    Ultimately the military’s access was less impacted given the company took steps to restrict private side services. NetBlocks said it impacted the whole country, confirming that connectivity collapse to 13% of pre-war levels, in what would make it among the most severe since the invasion began.

    Russia has consistently denied that it’s behind a series of cyberattacks over the past months, which happened even before the Feb.24 invasion….

  92. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Monday March 28 – Zero Hedge via Activist Post
    Dumbphone Sales Are Soaring As People Revolt Against “Overwhelming” Smartphones

    …Those readers who had a cell phone in the late 1990s are all too familiar with these; for everyone else these are basic handsets, or feature phones, with very limited functionality compared to say an iPhone. For the most part, you can typically only make and receive calls and SMS text messages. And, if you are lucky, listen to radio and take very basic photos, but definitely not connect to the internet or apps…

    …According to BBC, dumbphones are enjoying a revival. Google searches for them jumped by 89% between 2018 and 2021, according to a report by software firm SEMrush. And while sales figures are hard to come by, one report said that global purchases of dumbphones were due to hit one billion units last year, up from 400 million in 2019. This compares to worldwide sales of 1.4 billion smart phones last year, following a 12.5% decline in 2020.

    Meanwhile, a 2021 study by accountancy group Deloitte said that one in 10 mobile phone users in the UK had a dumbphone.

    “It appears fashion, nostalgia, and them appearing in TikTok videos, have a part to play in the dumbphone revival,” says Ernest Doku, mobiles expert at price comparison site

    Doku says it was the 2017 relaunch of Nokia’s 3310 handset – first released in 2000, and one of the biggest-selling mobiles of all time – that really sparked the revival. “Nokia pushed the 3310 as an affordable alternative in a world full of high-spec mobiles.” He adds that while it’s true that dumbphones can’t compete with the latest premium Apple and Samsung models when it comes to performance or functionality, “they can outshine them in equally important areas such as battery life and durability.”…

    …One maker of dumbphones is New York company Light Phone. Slightly more clever that the norm for such products, its handsets do allow users to listen to music and podcasts, and link by Bluetooth to headphones.
    The company says it recorded its strongest year for financial performance in 2021, with sales up 150% compared with 2020. This is despite its handsets being expensive for dumbphones – prices start at $99 (£75).
    Light Phone co-founder, Kaiwei Tang…Tang adds that, surprisingly, the firm’s main customers are aged between 25 and 35. He says he was expecting buyers to be much older….

  93. HomeRemedySupply says:

    by Rick Sterling at ANTIWAR.COM via Zero Hedge – March 28, 2022
    Rand Report Prescribed US Provocations Against Russia and Predicted Russia Might Retaliate In Ukraine

    According to a 2019 Rand report titled “Overextending and Unbalancing Russia”, the US goal is to undermine Russia just as it did the Soviet Union in the cold war. Rather than “trying to stay ahead” or trying to improve the US domestically or in international relations, the emphasis is on efforts and actions to undermine the designated adversary Russia. Rand is a quasi-US governmental think tank that receives three-quarters of its funding from the US military.

    The report lists anti-Russia measures divided into the following areas: economic, geopolitical, ideological/informational, and military. They are assessed according to the perceived risks, benefits and “likelihood of success”.

    The report notes that Russia has “deep seated” anxieties about western interference and potential military attack. These anxieties are deemed to be a vulnerability to exploit. There is no mention of the cause of the Russian anxieties: they have have been invaded multiple times and had 27 million deaths in WW2.

    Significance of Ukraine

    Ukraine is important to Russia. The two countries share much common heritage and a long common border. One of the most important leaders of the Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev, was Ukrainian. During WW2, Ukraine was one of Hitler’s invasion routes and there was a small but active number of Ukrainian collaborators with Nazi Germany. The distance from the capital of Ukraine, Kiev, to Moscow is less than 500 miles.

    For these same reasons of geography and history, Ukraine is a major component of a US/NATO effort to undermine Russia.

    Rand suggested provocations

    Prior to 2018, the US only provided “defensive” military weaponry to Ukraine. The Rand report assesses that providing lethal (offensive) military aid to Ukraine will have a high risk but also a high benefit. Accordingly, US lethal weaponry skyrocketed from near zero to $250M in 2019, to $303M in 2020, to $350M in 2021. Total military aid is much higher. A few weeks ago, “The Hill” reported, “The US has contributed more than $1 billion to help Ukraine’s military over the past year”….


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      February 13, 2011 – THE CORBETT REPORT
      Episode 175 – The RAND Corporation Exposed
      Running Time: 55:40

      Description:What is a think tank and how can a mere research institution actually shape the society it claims to be studying? Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we head down into the nuclear bunker with the boys from RAND to unearth the secrets of the research institution that has molded our world for the past 60 years.

  94. HomeRemedySupply says:

    [This is a looong piece, but has some items of interest.]

    Authored by Jim Quinn via The Burning Platform blog via Zero Hedge
    “Gradually, …Then Suddenly!”
    [Starting quotes are interesting.]

    “How did you go bankrupt?” Two ways. Gradually, then suddenly.”
    – Ernest Hemingway, The Sun Also Rises

    “I do not say that democracy has been more pernicious on the whole, and in the long run, than monarchy or aristocracy.
    Democracy has never been and never can be so durable as aristocracy or monarchy; but while it lasts, it is more bloody than either.
    Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself.
    There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.
    It is in vain to say that democracy is less vain, less proud, less selfish, less ambitious, or less avaricious than aristocracy or monarchy. It is not true, in fact, and nowhere appears in history. Those passions are the same in all men, under all forms of simple government, and when unchecked, produce the same effects of fraud, violence, and cruelty.”

    – John Adams

    These decade-by-decade increases were obscene:
    1980 – $908B – 32% of GDP
    1990 – $3.2T – 54% of GDP
    2000 – $5.7T – 52% of GDP
    2010 – $13.6T – 90% of GDP
    2020 – $27.8T – 129% of GDP
    Today – $30.3T – 130% of GDP

  95. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The Bank of Russia is now a buyer of gold at 5000 rubles to the gram, or 155,500 rubles to the troy ounce.
    At a Friday March 25th closing price of RUB96.62 vs. the USD that implies a gold price of $1610 per ounce.

    #GotGoldorRubles? Did Russia Just Break The Back Of The West?

  96. 8Gc58 says:


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  97. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Wed March 30, 2022 – Bloomberg via Yahoo Finance
    Brain-Computer Startup Aims to Treat Depression Without Opening a Skull

    …Inner Cosmos calls its system a digital pill. The idea is that tiny pulses of electricity will normalize the connections among neurons and improve people’s moods.
    The implant, the size of two stacked pennies, will at first interact with the brain’s cognitive control network and perhaps more parts in the future.
    Once a day for about 15 minutes, the patient activates the system by placing a second device, a magnetic power pod, on top of the area with the implant. Then the implant sends pulses into the brain as the system measures neuronal activity emitting from the brain in order to gauge the correct amount of stimulation….

    • Duck says:

      Sounds like “the terminal man” novel, lol.
      The tech is old, I would suspect that if they are trying to wheel it out again that it’s an investment scam like that Theranos thingbwith the blood tests. I will be real surprised if they get it working in a useful manner in less than another 50 years.

  98. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Tuesday March 29, 2022 – The Wall Street Journal
    Russia Built Parallel Payments System That Escaped Western Sanctions
    Crimea sanctions spurred Russia to build its own Mir payments network, taking the sting out of Visa, Mastercard exits

    Most Russian consumers never lost the ability to use their Mastercard- and Visa-branded cards to pay for things within the country.

    There were roughly 197 million Mastercard or Visa cards in Russia at the end of 2020, according to the Nilson Report, a trade publication. But behind the scenes, the cards don’t rely on the U.S. networks’ systems to process payments in Russia. For years, they have used a homegrown system overseen by Russia’s central bank.

    The National Payment Card System—known by its Russian initials NSPK—runs the financial plumbing that underpins card transactions in Russia, even for cards bearing Visa and Mastercard logos.
    The system was part of Moscow’s eight-year effort to insulate the Russian economy from Western financial pressure. The Kremlin also has aggressively promoted Russia’s own card company, called Mir, which is built on NSPK’s infrastructure. More than 100 million Mir cards have been issued since its launch in 2015, according to Mir’s website…

    …The retreat of Visa and Mastercard did have one big consequence for Russians:
    In many cases, their cards now don’t work outside the country. The Mir network extends only to a small number of countries besides Russia, most of which are former Soviet republics.
    Russian officials have been in talks in recent days to expand it to Venezuela and Iran, according to reports from the TASS state news agency.
    Some Russian banks have said they are exploring partnerships with China’s UnionPay to issue cards that their customers can use more widely…

    …More countries have developed their own payments infrastructure, limiting the clout of Visa and Mastercard and, by extension, the ability of the U.S. to influence countries’ behavior through sanctions that target their banking systems. China’s state-owned UnionPay handles most domestic transactions on cards issued by Chinese banks.
    Turkey and India started their own networks in recent years to wean the countries’ banks off Visa and Mastercard…

    …Mir. The name means both “world” and “peace” in Russian….

  99. HomeRemedySupply says:

    [LINKS/REFERENCES to backstory in article.]

    Wed March 30 – Zero Hedge
    Hunter Biden Dam About To Burst? WaPo, CNN Go Scorched Earth Over ‘Laptop From Hell’

    …and this Zero Hedge from Saturday March 26…
    Daily Mail Drops Hunter Biden Emails Linking Him To Ukraine Biolab Funding
    Emails from Hunter Biden’s notorious laptop reveal that the first son helped secure millions of dollars for a DoD contractor – Metabiota – which specializes in researching pandemic-causing diseases that could be used as bioweapons, according to the Daily Mail, which obtained Hunter’s emails.

  100. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Leduc City Council Meeting Alberta Canada
    (Edmonton area)

    Wednesday March 30 – Clyde Do Something
    Prime Time Stein 99 Appears in a Canadian Government Meeting
    (4 1/2 minutes)
    Western Canadian Clyde directs us to the humor and message which Alex Stein presents.
    Clyde Do Something has been repeatedly mentioned in past comments.
    He is a family man and mechanic who once lived in Tokyo where his inlaws live.

    Here is the direct link to the 2 minute talk by Alex Stein in Alberta:
    Leduc City Council Meeting Alberta Canada

    Alex Stein gives CANADA an angry showdown as a Trucker who had his bank account frozen…
    Exposing Justin Trudeau in Ontario, Canada
    (1 minute)

    — Alex Stein of Dallas, Texas —
    as previously mentioned many times in CorbettReport comments

  101. Torus says:

    The 2022 World Government Summit just wrapped up, thought I’d put it out here in case anyone wanted to explore.

    This organization seems very much like the World Economic Forum, shaping the opinions and direction of the New World Governments. Many of the same Davos crowd in attendance with string Arab representation as well.

    Our Mission
    To Inspire and Enable the Next Generation of Governments
    Our Vision
    To Become the Global Platform for Shaping Future Governments

    It was this clip that caught my eye, more calls for a New World Order
    Economist Dr. Pills Malmgren says,
    “What underpins the World Order is the financial system… We are about to abandon the current system of money and accounting and introduce a new one. Its called blockchain. It is DIGITAL… We are going to need a new digital version of human rights.”

    The truth is we do need a new order; An order where humans are not viewed as data sets to be mined, tracked and hacked; an order where individuals respect natural law and the non-aggression principle; an order where companies are not “too big to fail” where the open market, innovation, and success can truly respond to the needs of people and businesses in the economy.

    • robster says:

      Agreed. An order without international banking kartels and governments. Let’s get rid of them.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Digital Currency in the New World Order

      Thanks Torus.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Related article with short video…

      Klaus Schwab Tells Global Leaders to Collaborate for World Governance

      The time has come for world governments to unite as one and tackle global problems such as climate change, trade, and economic disruption without hinderance or delay, World Economic Forum (WEF) founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab announced Wednesday.

      The unelected globalist issued his demand during a keynote speech on the opening day of the World Government Summit (WGS2022) in Dubai, saying the world can only be improved by more government cooperation at more levels.

      Schwab, who called on policymakers for “a great reset” during the coronavirus pandemic, said the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” has arrived and enduring change is on the way. He outlined:

      The impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution accelerates global change in a much more comprehensive and faster way than previous industrial revolutions. Despite all the challenges, we have to uphold the responsibility we have towards the next generation through collaborations on a national and a global level.

      Our futures are intrinsically connected and that requires collaborative responses.

      “The world has to overcome not only the damage done to our economies and our societies by COVID-19, it also has to confront the repercussions of a dangerous clash between major global powers,” Schwab went on to say during the session, Our World Today: Why Governments Need to Act Now.

      Schwab is certain that systemic and structural changes are coming to food, energy and global supply chains….

  102. Torus says:

    I clicked this one from a FoxNews reporter to hear his little rant on the Hunter Biden Laptop breakdown. There is some finger pointing at the dinosaur media competition and I must admit his “Joe didn’t know” bit was a kinda cute. And of course he lays out the Biden family’s lucrative and extensive China connections. But as I endured the propaganda, I was waiting, wondering if the Biden family ties to Ukrainian or Russia would be mentioned. I mean, why wouldn’t “the press” want to talk about ALL the corruption exposed on that hard drive? Why wouldn’t “the right” news network want to slam the Biden’s at every chance? Isn’t Ukraine the current hot topic? But did Jesse Waters of Fox News mention Burisma Holdings or even touch on Ukraine? Or for that matter the money Hunter received from a Russian oligarch? No, of course not, I was stupid for even imagining he might.

    Clearly someone is directing the narrative… only allowing a specific part of the story to get air time and attention while ignoring all the rest. Media overlords say, ‘You have the okay to talk about the contents of the laptop now, but only in this way. Here is a list of acceptable topics, words and phrases.’
    People talk about controlled opposition, this is it.
    Typical. And to be expected from lame-stream-media. The omission of facts, narrow views, and blatant hypocrisy are nauseating. It’s hard to watch and it’s even worse knowing so many viewers just swallow it without a second thought.
    I’m so glad I discovered Open Source Intelligence News!

  103. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Saturday April 2, 2022
    International Covid Summit in France
    Dr Malone is in France.

    Jill and I are here at the International Covid Summit in France today. The conference was split between Marseilles, France – where the French portion of the conference was held on March 30th, 31st and in Massy, France (in the burbs of Paris) – for the last portion of the conference, ending today with a public conference/rally in a park, which is about to be live-streamed.

    Being in France is getting easier; the country has opened up significantly since March 14th. Masks are off, vaccine passes and/or Covid tests are not needed to get into retail spaces. Masks are still required on public transport, including planes, and they must be surgical masks – not cloth.

    The COVID Summit Conference is going well. There were so many excellent presentations yesterday. Most of the presentations had compelling data, statistics and insights. I had the great honor of being the Master of Ceremonies yesterday and will do so again today.

    The entire conference is recorded and available to watch. I highly recommend watching the presentations by Dr. Paul Marik, Dr. Pierre Kory, Dr. Ryan Cole, Dr. George Fareed and Pr Alexandra Henrion Caude….

  104. HomeRemedySupply says:

    [Ronan Manly is well known as a deep dive precious metals analyst, especially with the international exchanges and banks. He repeatedly has been mentioned before in the comments.]


    Friday April 1st – By Ronan Manly of
    “A Paradigm Shift Western Media Hasn’t Grasped Yet” –
    Russian Ruble Relaunched, Linked To Gold & Commodities


    Why is setting a Fixed Price for Gold in Rubles significant?

    By offering to buy gold from Russian banks at a fixed price of 5000 rubles per gram, the Bank of Russia has both linked the ruble to gold and, since gold trades in US dollars, set a floor price for the ruble in terms of the US dollar.

    We can see this linkage in action since Friday 25 March when the Bank of Russia made the fixed price announcement. The ruble was trading at around 100 to the US dollar at that time, but has since strengthened and is nearing 80 to the US dollar. Why? Because gold has been trading on international markets at about US$ 62 per gram which is equivalent to (5000 / 62) = about 80.5, and markets and arbitrage traders have now taken note, driving the RUB / USD exchange rate higher.

    So the ruble now has a floor to the US dollars, in terms of gold. But gold also has a floor, so to speak, because 5000 rubles per gram is 155,500 rubles per troy ounce of gold, and with a RUB / USD floor of about 80, that’s a gold price of around $1940. And if the Western paper gold markets of LBMA / COMEX try to drive the US dollar gold price lower, they will have to try to weaken the ruble as well or else the paper manipulations will be out in the open…

    …We are seeing right now that Putin is demanding that foreign buyers (importers of Russian gas) must pay for this natural gas using rubles. This immediately links the price of natural gas to rubles and (because of the fixed link to gold) to the gold price. So Russian natural gas is now linked via the ruble to gold.

    The same can now be done with Russian oil. If Russia begins to demand payment for oil exports with rubles, there will be an immediate indirect peg to gold (via the fixed price ruble – gold connection). Then Russia could begin accepting gold directly in payment for its oil exports. In fact, this can be applied to any commodities, not just oil and natural gas….

  105. robster says:


    Veganism, the epitome of malnourishment.

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