March Open Thread

03/07/2021200 Comments

It's the first weekend of the month, so let's open the March Open Thread. You know the drill by now: Corbett Report members are invited to log in and use this comment thread to talk about news, share your latest research, ask questions of the community or simply vent as needed.

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  1. Jeffa says:

    One can say that we all , more or less, are communicating within a particular echo chamber. The alternative news echo chamber that I frequent including Corbett, Off Guardian, TLAV, Dan Dicks, and countless others who to a greater or lesser degree fit the mold, is easy for me to arrive in. When I search about on Bit Chute say, it is easy to find many occurrences of alternative voices that are challenging the main stream narrative in one way or another. My question is, where is the opposition? I really want to get out of my echo chamber and see what’s being said in someone else’s. I know main stream news like NYT, CNN, NPR are basically one aspect of another echo chamber opposed to mine, which I do study. But where are the independent individuals speaking passionately and more or less intelligently, about their convictions and disagreements with my echo chamber? How come pro vaxxers, pro maskers don’t pop up on the Bit Chute feed?

    • scpat says:

      “How come pro vaxxers, pro maskers don’t pop up on the Bit Chute feed?”

      Perhaps because the type of people you described swallow the mainstream establishment narrative whole, so they congregate on establishment websites, rather than alternative ones. One of the major thrusts for alternative media sites like Bitchute, Odysee, Minds, etc. popping up everything and growing rapidly is the nonsense of the mainstream media. Those who see through that garbage built those platforms and congregate on those platforms. Give it time, it may balance out more in the future.

    • Hank says:

      From our beloved CIA controlled Wikipedia:

      ‘BitChute is a video hosting service known for accommodating far-right individuals and conspiracy theorists, and for hosting hateful content’

      Normies love their NaziTube, Fake Book and Twatter.

      Why would such individuals lower themselves to the level of bat shit crazy, baby hating, fair right, tin foil hat conspiracy theorists 🙂

      • Jed says:

        So if the c i a controlls Wikipedia (and it does), and cia sounds like psya, then it’s really a psycopedia. Frequently visiting the site could make one into a psychopediphile, it’s best avoided.

      • mkey says:

        I finally see the Twatter moniker used by someone else after years of using the term (sparingly) on my own. Good, good.

    • Octium says:

      Probably because they are inherently lazy. Using a keyboard to type into their web browser is too much work for them.

      Also bitchute is not one of the apps pre installed on their Telescreens so they don’t see it.

    • tim3 says:

      I like the cut of your jib Jeffa. That’s a very insightful and thoughtful question and I wish I had an answer for you. I personally wish there was more content on important life issues in a debate form with two opposing viewpoints, instead of one sided conversations. Better yet, instead of a moderator, get a good therapist to reconcile the enormous gap that exists between. I don’t know who would sign up for that, but I wish it would happen. The polarity in viewpoints and opinions bother me greatly.

    • thp3 says:

      It is vital to understand “Where you place your attention, is where you place your energy”, so be very aware of your focus, dwelling on fear, hatred or self, steals your creative energy (The Law of One).
      Here is a look into my “echo chamber” aka echo universe.
      So in answer to your question “Where is the opposition?” Start with the view from above and ask “what am I looking at really?”
      As explained by Anna Von Reitz we are not taught our actual history in the U S Public schools. As explained by Larken Rose in “The most Dangerous Superstition” public schooling is modeled after the Prussian technique of teaching obedience to authority, not any form of critical thinking. As explained by Randal Carlson or Richard J Dewhurst our true human history is quite astonishing and encouraging, what we humans have achieved in the past opens the door to a truly great future.
      It all begins with you. Knowing yourself is the key, “You Are The Placebo” Dr Joe Dispenza. Each one of us is far more powerful than we have ever believed, as explained by Wim Hof, you can control you health, emotions and longevity. We are on the verge (in ten years) of free energy, gravity control as explained by Nassim Haramein in his published theory on unification, explaining Dark Matter, the strong force and how black holes function. We can take positive actions as detailed in Thrive On, Foster Gamble or “The Thick Red Line” Howard Lichtman.
      Honorable mentions go the Solari Report, “Superhuman, making the invisible, visible” Caroline Cory, ‘Magicians of the Gods” Graham Hancock, Murray Rothbard “For a new Liberty”, Zach Bush MD “Farmers Footprint” and Dr David Martin “We the People.Buzz”
      So step away from opposing “the opposition” and begin creating your world as you actually are, already doing, even if you’ve never realized it.

      • Jeffa says:

        Thanks for this thp3. Lots of useful leads. I’ll now work to spend some quality time in an echo universe instead. Thanks!

      • tim156 says:

        Good to see Joe Dispenza and Wim Hof get a mention. You Are The Placebo changed my view of my place in the world. In a very circuitous route is probably responsible for finding my way to The Corbett Report!

    • mkey says:

      Jeffa, what you are looking for is a debate. And you will have a very hard time finding any. People are trained to overreact emotionally in outbursts that are more fitting to petulant children. Or shall I say petulant brats.

      One thing that comes to mind is Steven Crowder’s “change my mind” series, one episode of which was done on the topic of Cocrap.

      The COVID Death Count is Inflated | Change My Mind | Louder with Crowder

      He may have more similar public debates available to subscribers.

    • jlan says:

      About twenty years ago, I read Hilaire Belloc’s The FREE PRESS. It encouraged me to treat the internet the way Belloc treated newspapers, that is look for small, mildly cranky operations that are sometimes narrowly focused, but usually good at unearthing information not told by the MSM. That is how I found the Corbett Report.

    • jlan says:

      When I was a professor of politics, and students would ask me this question, I would put Corbett in one loop. Then, other “chambers” I would point to or now think of: 1. Leftist: GlobalResearch, Counterpunch, the Jacobin, Consortium News. 2. Not Leftist: American Affairs, Sohrab Amarhi, the Josias Report, Kevin Barrett (False Flag Weekly News), Tim Kelly Our Interesting Times (interviews various authors), 21st Century Wire, Front Porch Republic,, Shiva Ayyadurai, Kevin McDonald and the Occidental Review 3. John Rao:, E. Michael Jones (Culture Wars Magazine), The American Proposition, Catholic Alt media:,, Sensus Fidelium, The Remnant, Restoring the Faith.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Because they are stuck on youtube and facebook and twitter. They heard that tin foil hat “conspiracy theorists” or “right wingers” or “anti vaxers” are on those other platforms and so they avoid them. They rely on fact checkers to tell them if their opinions and thoughts are valid or not. Many of them lack the ability to think outside of their echo chamber or even realize they are in an echo chamber. Or, if they do realize they are in an echo chamber or that some of their beliefs might be debatable are too worried about what their “peers” might think. Or confronting their beliefs seems too daunting because they have already formed an identity within their echo chamber.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The GRAPHIC for the “March Open Thread” is pretty cool.
    Notice the Dr. Seuss books and the Monopoly Money.

    Here is the backstory on the “terrible” and “revolting” Dr. Seuss books which we had never noticed before. Thank God for book-burning authoritarians who will protect our future generations with mandates.

    Scroll to the bottom of the Thread to see how the stock market casino with its Monopoly Money was steamrolling towards a crash last week.

    Yesterday (Saturday), I was on the phone with my younger brother, a High School Math teacher in Los Angeles. Bill Gates has mandated that math is racist, and so my brother is trying to figure out how not to be an example of “white supremacy” and to have gender inclusive assignments. (See scpat‘s comment north-side at the link).

    Anyway, back to Monopoly Money… My brother gets to be a High School Teacher from his kitchen table. This has afforded him the ability to trade options in the casino markets on a daily basis.
    We both were laughing at the obvious, blatant, loud manipulation on Friday around 11:30am Central time.
    Stocks were headed south fast. Then, suddenly EVERYONE, all at the same exact minute, became bullish…or at least that is the cover story.
    Can we say: “Plunge Protection Team”.

    It is my contention that we should profit from those “cancel culture idiots”. If they make it scarce by mandate, then milk it while you can.
    Here is a March 4th update…

    EBay will delist ‘banned’ Dr. Seuss books being resold for thousands of dollars
    … And a copy of “Mulberry Street” alone was being hawked on eBay on Thursday for $1,500. On Amazon, hardcover copies of “If I Ran the Zoo” start at $789 and climb to $5,000…
    …Indeed, while an eBay spokeswoman told the Wall Street Journal that the company is “currently sweeping our marketplace to remove these items,” hundreds of sellers could still be found selling editions of what they described as the “banned” or “canceled” Dr. Seuss books on eBay for hundreds of bucks on Thursday afternoon. One was offering all six of the books for $1,110, which had several bids…

    …And even if eBay does manage to delist all of the discontinued Dr. Seuss books, you can probably still find them on Amazon and Mercari….

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Remember way, way back when Corbett said, “Data is the New Oil.”
    At the 1:40 mark from this 5 minute video, a rendition of James’ quote is used.
    Feb 1, 2021 U.S. officials tell “60 Minutes” that China is trying to collect Americans’ DNA

    Broc West had this story on his twitter feed…
    Bill Gates Foundation Funded Genomics Firm ‘Mining’ DNA Data Through COVID Tests.

    March 5th, 2021 by Natalie Winters

    BGI Genomics—the Chinese Communist Party-linked genomics firm flagged by U.S. officials as “mining” the DNA of Americans—has collaborated extensively with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, The National Pulse can reveal.

    The company has recently come under fire following a 60 Minutes exposé on the company’s use of COVID-19 tests to “collect, store and exploit biometric information” on American citizens, according to former U.S. intelligence officials.
    What’s more, a recent Reuters article linked the firm to the Chinese Communist Party’s military.

    In addition to the Obama administration enabling the firm to gain a foothold in the U.S., the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation played a critical role in BGI’s American expansion.

    In September of 2012, the Microsoft founder’s foundation signed a “Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to form a collaboration on global health and agricultural development with the goal of achieving common objectives in health and agricultural development.”

    The co-founder of BGI praised the agreement, celebrating the forthcoming “scientific breakthroughs in the areas of human, plant and animal genomics.” He also revealed that the collaborative efforts focused on sequencing genomes—the precise activity flagged for national security threats in the 60 Minutes segment:…

    …As they toured the BGI headquarters, the two men were stunned by the ambition of the scientists working at the biotech company.
    Inside, more than 150 state of the art genetic sequencing machines were analysing the equivalent of thousands of human genomes a day.
    The company is working towards a goal of building a huge library based on the DNA of many millions of people.
    BGI executives see this not as the end-game, but as the springboard for new drug discoveries, advanced genetic research and a transformation of public health policy…

    …The Gates Foundation has also funded BGI projects relating to genome sequencing alongside Chinese Communist Party bodies such as the Ministry of Science and Technology and Academy of Agricultural Sciences.

    Similarly, Dr. Tadataka Yamada, the former president of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s global health program, serves as the Chairman of BGI’s Scientific Advisory Board….

  4. bob387 says:

    I am interested in the global silicon chip shortage.

    • Duck says:

      I went on amazon ( a ‘normie’ friendly place to buy) and checked- processors and desktop PC parts are still available with only a few items listed as out of stock..newegg looked the same, so I would suspect that its specific chips made for specific things that are in shortage.
      Perhaps desktop hardware is just stockpiled in larger quantities then chips used in autos and such??

      • bob387 says:

        Checking Amazon is clever. Thanks, Duck. I know a guy who says high-end video cards are pretty much unobtainable. He thinks they have been scooped up for bit-mining, what with the action in Bitcoin and all that. I know another guy who goes with the msm theory: because of covid. I have surveyed several msm pieces and the wording is not straightforward. Bald general statements. Vagueness. Lack of specifics. All markers of deceit.
        Meanwhile, I have my own suspicions. If I go with my gut, I’d say production was or continues to be diverted for something essential: AI, robots, nanobiotech, etc. that pertain to the current situation. There was a dip in mRNA supply a while back. Now we see a dip in semiconductor supply. Unless otherwise explained, I am inclined to think the two dips are connected.

    • mkey says:

      There are a few factors here. I think there is just one or two factories that are manufacturing chips and there is supposedly major discruption in their processes.

      Even prior to cocrap, they had technical issues, what with the process getting so fine that processor elements are a few hundred atoms large.

      Another issue is that people are spending more and more time online and are therefore creating PC parts demands where none/less existed before. In my area it became very difficult to find laptops, for example. A year ago you had several models every 50 bucks or so, now if you find anything even remotely in your price range, you’ll be happy to purchase it.

      GPUs will always see an uptick in prices when bitcoin gains ground. This has been the case for years now and can be expected to continue, with some crashes here and there.

      • Duck says:

        Putting this here since this is the ‘Computer thread’
        Anyone needing a cheep computer can get going for about a hundred bucks with a Pi4 single board computer… you can use a TV as a monitor and the Pi400 is built into the keyboard and looks pretty slick. You can even do podcasts,graphics and make videos if your not in a hurry. I use a pi4 but the 400 looks cooler

        Only thing is that the default OS is now cucked by microsoft so I run Manjaro or Ubuntu (for Arm) on it…there are a million videos on YT on how to set up whatever Operating system you like on it on the YT… TOR is a bit hard to get working on it right but I know you can do VPN’s if thats your thing
        Just dont use Raspberian on a Pi (RaspberianOS pinging microsoft)

        Interesting what you say about laptops being in short supply 🙁 there does not look like much growth in power over the last 10 years as we gt shunted into online services and tools. I worry that in the future finding an almost free PC and turning it into a Web PC with Parrot OS or at worst Puppy linux will not be easy…. I got a 10 buck XP machine that works like a champ.

        • mkey says:

          I’m not a big fan of pie for a desktop, especially since I have the old 1GB version, but it is very versatile bit of kit. The initially low price is offset quite a bit by a decent power supply, a SD card and any aditional shields. But still a good product.

          In my area there are quite a lot of refurbished boxes and laptops to have for a decent price, but I can see that going down in the long term, as hardware ages and especially if availability will stay where it is currently.

          • Duck says:

            “… especially since I have the old 1GB version…”
            LOL…. I can see why you dont like it as a desktop 🙂
            Using it is like being back in 2000… works ok as long as you only want to do one or two things at a time….Lol, though I have recorded stuff with audacity and cheese and then slapped it together with openshot on a pi 4 (4 gig) and it went about as fast as my POS 2010ish laptop to render it

        • bleak says:

          There are ways to delete the microsoft repos and blacklist M$ from the Pi OS. I wrote up a procedure but I’m trying to figure out where to post it.

          Anyway delete two files, add some stuff to /etc/modprobe.d/raspi-blacklist.conf, possibly write some iptables… it’s doable because it’s linux.

  5. htin says:

    I’d be interested to hear any tips people have for staying positive and hopeful in this crazy world?

    I’m relatively young (25) and have always distrusted authority and been sceptical of government and anyone that wants to possess power over another human being. Little did I know to the extent I was being screwed over by the state and system they have created. I’m constantly one foot in and one foot out on whether to try remove myself from the system completely or to try play the game whilst resisting and non complying where I can (agorism, no masks, no vaccine, etc)

    The search for truth over the past few years has left me doubting everything I’ve ever been told, every song I listen to, every film I watch. It has made me very cynical and I’ve struggled to stay positive. My mother took her own life shortly before my 18th birthday and it’s hard not to blame this sick and twisted society.

    Any advice would be great! Thanks James

    • cu.h.j says:

      Sorry to hear that your mom died under those circumstances. That’s rough. I’m in the US so the restrictions haven’t really been enforced for me anyway. I’m going to move to a rural area so am looking forward to that. I also have pets and they help with mood.

      I try to enjoy the moment and not dwell on things I can’t control and do what I can to find solution. I’m going to work as long as possible unless they got away with mandated vaccines. I would probably try to build some wealth if I were you like land where you could grow food.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      htin says:
      I’d be interested to hear any tips people have for staying positive and hopeful in this crazy world?

      Beer, drugs, and porn come to mind.

      Just joshing… James, I think it has been tough on anyone who has some awareness.
      You are not alone. You are young, and I, an old crusty codger, have a hard time staying “positive and hopeful”.
      We gotta have some laughter, because, after all, the system is a big joke.

      • candlelight says:

        HRS, ah…

        …did I once hear something about there being a certain amount of truth behind every jest? Hmm, interesting. Very interesting. Ha ha.

        Oh, just joshing, HRS, just joshing.

        Couldn’t possibly!

    • minnie says:

      When I was in my early 20s I seriously thought I would never see my 30th birthday, because there was so much talk of nuclear war (this was in the 1980s). A few years later, I thought that AIDS would eventually kill everyone who ever had sex (non-stop TV fearmongering). Then I read in an excerpt from the book The Hot Zone that ebola could arrive on the next plane flight, and we would all die horribly. Then we were warned of the Millenium Bug which would cause computers everywhere to malfunction and planes to fall out of the sky. By that time I was starting to be a bit sceptical of these global panic waves. But I had already taken tentative steps towards breaking out of the “matrix” and becoming more self-reliant, only I kept going back onto the treadmill out of fear.

      I’m finally getting round to buying land and building my own natural home (which I’ve been planning to do since 1994!) and I’ll be growing my own food at last, having done a permaculture course in 2006. It’s really awful that your mum took her own life. I’ve managed to escape the sick and twisted society by leaving my sick and twisted job, going out into nature (and retraining for work that takes me there) getting rid of the TV, shopping at independent shops, avoiding supermarkets as much as possible etc. It has taken me several decades to learn this!

    • Duck says:


      Sorry about your mom. You cant control or be responsible for other people. Just yourself.
      Advice for negativity that works for me is

      a)large muscle exercise- squats, pushups, plank, or weight bearing of some kind… our bodies are made to get stressed by danger and remove that stress thru physical work.
      b)Stay off sugars and carbs which mess with blood sugar.
      c)Read your Bible, pray and read any kind of positive book (lit or fact) and make sure you learn something every day.
      d)LIMIT time listening to any internet media…the music you choose will also affect your mood.
      Most important DO SOMETHING that improves your situation every day…even a tiny step like getting an extra can of beans or some rice or planting a tomato plant or eating healthily that day.

    • Lucitanian says:

      Your mother faced reality by removing her own consciousness. This is one way to avoid truth and the complexities of reality and all the questions, conflicts and incongruities it throws up. Why should you expect that a conscious grasp of reality or “truth” should be comforting?

      Ask any true scientist; Every time you discover a demonstrable answer to a limited and precise question, it just opens the doors to innumerable further questions. If you find that to be somehow depressing then you are not accepting the “methodology” of discovery.

      So the the advise is: Learn to enjoy the path, rather than expecting some final destination… because there is no final destination. And, don’t take yourself too seriously, even the most extraordinarily intelligent people can be absolutely wrong.

      The following is an article which might help you in your lonely pursuit of truth:
      Welcome To The Inversion

    • studiotwoseven says:


      ever hear the one about the half of ‘something’ in the glass? Full or empty, is how it goes. Some sort of test for optimism or pessimism, I think.

      Everybody pretty much focuses on the ‘something’ instead of the ‘nothing’.
      How much is in the glass?

      … more quantity is better.

      This assumes that what is in the glass is the thing that you want, or need.

      What if we really need more space in the glass, the ‘nothing’ as it were, for the better stuff to have a place to eventually be … and the emptiness is okay.

      Clear out a spot for something good to have a place to show up.

    • Tina says:

      So sorry to hear about your mother. This world/society can be so hard on people, especially sensitive ones.

      You need to disconnect from media/technology every once in awhile. I noticed a year ago when all this covid madness started and I was obsessively trying to inform/educate myself on what was REALLY going on, I started feeling very bad/super negative. I decided to disconnect from my laptop every so often and connect with nature/people instead. Nurture your soul from time to time, let the mind rest/ be still and empty. The peace is within you. When the mind is too active (and too much thinking/ online activity does that), it’ll make you feel bad. Take a break from time to time and let your soul breathe.

    • Hans Verbeek says:

      I like to be outdoors in nature. In the woods or on the beach.
      I have a small garden where I grow vegetables, potatoes, fruit and flowers.
      Growing your own food is like printing your own money. You can trade your veggies and flowers for other stuff: beer, eggs, coffee and so on. Just barter, without any money changing hands.
      Winter is depressing for me, nothing grows. But the rest of the year you can find me outdoors or in my garden

    • Abductedbyfire says:


      I am so sorry about your mom. And I believe you are correct to blame the system.

      While I reluctantly agree there may be substances out there that can help a person stay…happy, I do not recommend most of them. Most of all porn because it turns a person strange and unable to be profeciant in acts of love making. But that is just my opinion.

      If I may make a case for the arts and acceptance for the full emotional spectrum:

      It is my practiced philosophy that there is a season for everything. It is possible to be a positive person in dark times. A positive mind set is nothing more than a carefully practiced habbit through will power. It is not a feeling. When a negative thought appears you must be present to combat it with a positive one. Over the course of time, just like becoming stronger in your regular workout routine, you will find you have naturally become more possitive.

      As for staying hopeful, I deeply struggle with this myself. One way I have found that works for me is shrinking your view down to just your life and finding things you love to do. We have no control over the greedy evil that covers our world. But your mind, spirit and body are your own. Taking advantage of all three at the same time is one of the best ways to “stick it to the Man”. For me, I have been an artist for about 10 years. When the state of things becomes too dark and overwhelming I seek to start a new project. I myself do mostly watercolors but there are a great many respectable skills to choose from. If you already have a chosen facility, use it as an outlet while at the same time creating something new. Have hope for the end result. Simply lower the expectations on yourself. A little hope goes a long way.

      Post script, because I have to remind myself as well: Positive and happy are two different things. It is a strong person indeed that can be sad and positive at the same time. This society pushes the “Stay Happy” agenda constantly in order to trap people in the web of the matrix. (i.e. anti depressants, shopping, watching t.v.) It is unnatural to be happy all the time. As I had mentioned above, there is a season for all things. So don’t get down on yourself if you are not always happy. You shouldn’t be.

      I hope (<—!) this helps a little.

    • Neopet says:

      htin, I am the same age as you and I really understand your feelings. I am sorry about everything thats happened to you. It is really hard to stay positive in the face of it all. I know for myself, it’s really hard to try and see the light in all this. It’s likely been said already but I really wanted to weigh in and offer you the things I’ve found that have helped me so far.
      1) This one is the most important and really the golden rule. Always learn one new thing every day. Doesn’t matter what it is, be it a skill, learning to cook something new, learning how to better handle a situation and anything else you can think of. The key here is to force yourself to branch out and learn things that you don’t even really have an interest in right now like gardening or fishing or even another language or culture. It’s just something to give yourself a sense of improvement over time and it really has helped me enjoy more things in life and appreciate more things in life. Also recommend reaching out to others if possible because people love teaching others about their hobbies or interests. It’s a very happy thing.
      2) Work out. If you aren’t already, adopt some kind of routine. A big problem in everyones situation right now regardless of whatever their circumstances are is the fact that they don’t release any kind of tension or stress physically. It sounds really annoying to even mention this one and for some people it can be really hard to commit to considering various situations but there is always some way you can fit in it. Add something to your routine- that’s the key. Make tiny commitments to yourself like ‘ok, everyday I am going to do 10 minutes of whatever physical activity at this time’ and stick to it until you can work up higher. This WILL make you feel more positive in general because it releases so much negativity from you and helps you be more present.
      3) Remind yourself you are in control of YOUR choices. While you can’t change the flow of society or save everyone, you can save yourself. Research and REALLY look into every element of your life for what you CAN control. It won’t be perfect but at this current time we still get to decide (mostly) what we eat, what we drink, what we do with ourselves (to some extent), what medical procedures we consent to and what we think. Angle your life to point yourself in the direction you want to go, think of where you want to be in 5 or 10 years and take the steps now while you still can. Take advantage of what is out there and the information we have out there while we still have it. Archive everything of relevance to you- you never know when you will get the chance to help or teach someone else in the future.

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

    • jlan says:

      When I was a teacher, I had to teach an introduction to University life to Freshmen. The University asked me to divide the course into three parts, Mind, Body, Spirit. I have thought often about that course during the last nine months, what I would hypothetically teach if ever I had the chance again. These are sources I think I would now put in the course, if I were to teach it again:
      Body: Wim Hof Method, and some sort of Calisthenics workout.
      Mind: Mindfulness, as shown by those who operate this YouTube channel: OptimalWork (how to get meaning out of your work).
      Spirit: I’ve known several men in their 20s who were helped by the story that starts this video: a man who helped a woman from despairing during the Lockdown last May/June:

  6. Jed says:

    A-rump bump, bump bump,

    Wharton Dandy
    who’s your daddy,
    Yankee Doodle douche bags,
    surfs and slaves are what you’ve made
    turning good to bad.

    Kings and dukes and earls and queens,
    are ruthless to the masses,
    risked our lives in leaky craft
    to flee their social classes.

    What’s good for some is bad for others,
    speaking of the natives,
    mostly gone now from disease,
    that was a real pandemic.

    Psychopaths they step right up
    know just what they want, it’s
    everything that they can grab
    from everywhere they can

    Jefferson, he wrote it down
    declared our independence,
    sounded good but he owned slaves
    It’s utter fucking nonsence

    They told King George to shit his hat
    didn’t want to pay his taxes,
    now we just pay them instead
    while they sit on their asses.

    You are free here if you’re rich
    have others clean your toilets,
    fly around the world in jets
    while others live-on joyless,

    buying things we can’t afford
    to make our lives fulfilling,
    then spend our years paying it off
    whilst bankers make a killing.

    The tv has us hypnotized
    The smart phone has us stupid,
    all shot up now with big pharm
    with masks to keep our mouths hid.

    No need to go and start a war
    no more goddam saviors,
    just live self sufficiently
    with stuff from your labors.

    Stop supporting technocrats,
    stop supporting bankers,
    remember that most experts are
    closet weirdo wankers.

    Politicians are a problem
    should all be ejected,
    rulers should go rule themselves,
    their double-talk rejected.

    Responsibility for sure
    is how to deal with problems,
    as we’re the only ones who can
    get on with it and solve them.

  7. hanky says:

    Prop a Gandhi!

  8. 8Gc58 says:

    I’m on the hunt for high-grade books on symbology. I’ve been researching, and have compiled a list of works on the subject. As well, I do have several titles at home. What I’m still searching for though are more in-depth symbology books/dictionaries/encyclopedias, possibly aimed at researchers and professionals. Works that include symbols not only from the west.

    If anyone here does know about this topic, any feedback would be appreciated. Thank you.

    • Jed says:

      Mark Passio’s work goes into symbols, he has a lot of links as well — not a quick briefing though, will require many hours of listening to his podcasts, he has hundreds going back almost a decade, but it’s well worth it. He recommends starting at #1. I think Tex Mars has a book about symbols as well. There were some fast and fun short vids on, don’t make me say it, I don’t think those can be found anymore anyway.

      • 8Gc58 says:

        Thanks a lot for the input, Jed.

        It was Mark’s WOEIH that got me interested in symbols in the first place. His work is very good. For several episodes, he delves deep into different symbols and explains them very well. As well, he has several images that go with the podcasts. Everything can be found on his page, under the podcast section.

        Yes, any new listeners should start with episode #1, as he says. However, he goes deep into symbolism in episode #46 and forward, with an extra focus on Freemasonry.

        After a while Passio gets far too angry for me being able to listen to his shows. I do see why, as he has tried getting his message across, seeing the world collapse around him, and having people asking the same old questions over and over again.

        I’m glad JC have a very different approach, despite I’m pretty sure he also gets frustrated with our questions at times. We’re all different, having different knowledge about different subjects. Some might need to hear a thing once before they understand, other needs repetition.

        Texe Marrs’ Codex Magica ( looks great. I will try to get a copy of that book. Thanks!

    • Octium says:

      You might also ask Aaron Franz,

      I think James interviewed him a while back.

    • Fact Checker says:

      “I’m on the hunt for high-grade books on symbology.”

      You might want to expand your search to include “semiotics.”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      8Gc58 says:
      “I’m on the hunt for high-grade books on symbology.”

      Be sure to use the Corbett Report SEARCH BAR.

      I remember finding this interview to be fascinating…
      Freeman Fly of joins us to discuss the signs, symbols and sigils of the secret societies and occult practitioners who haunt the corridors of power.”

      • 8Gc58 says:

        Thanks, HomeRemedySupply! I’ve been listening to several of Freeman’s podcasts. Didn’t know he had had been here. I will check that interview. Episode #137 (Let) should be interesting as well. Thanks for reminding me of the search bar 🙂

        As well, to also search in comments:
        ‘symbols’ (search via

    • 929raf says:

      Images and Symbols
      by Mircea Eliade and Philip Mairet
      4.1 out of 5 stars 23

    • Duck says:

      I have NOT read it but it looks like what you want this one appears to be illustrated, not sure how in depth it goes…. you need to get a free account to download. I’m on the wrong computer for that THIS looks like a good start…again you need to get an account with the internet archive.

      I like Jay Dyer (he is mostly on YT for video, he puts his stuff out as a podcast too and has a site and covers sybology sometimes as well as other stuff )

    • bob387 says:

      A good book is: A Dictionary of Symbols, by J. E. Cirlot, translated from the Spanish ‘Diccionario de Simbolos Tradicionales’ by Jack Sage., published by Philosophical Library, Inc., 1962.
      ISBN: 0 8022-2083-5

      This is a fascinating video on various petroglyphs (petro = stone) that represent patterns of plasma strikes. They look symbolic but are actually literal renderings. Apparently these types of glyphs have been found all over the world.

      • 8Gc58 says:

        Thanks a lot, bob387. Both for the book suggestion and the video. I will look into this as well. 🙂

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          Im encouraged by your enthusiasm for the subject matter. Are you a visual artist?
          I would like to suggest Alan Watt’s work at
          He has lectured on this subject for years. Also I recently, on an academic challenge read two versions of the bible. The chapter of Matthew in the new testament. Full of literary visual symbolism of the occult. Matthew lays it out who rules earthly reality. Which as we all can guess is the illusion of the prince of darkness. Alan has put several books together. Worth a look.

          • 8Gc58 says:

            Thank you, generalbottlewasher. The bible is a crucial piece of work. I have some books on Christian symbology. However, going directly to the source is wise. Good suggestion. I will add the site to my growing list of new sources to check out.

            To your question: Well done! It was a good guess 😀

    • bleak says:

      As Jed said, check out Mark Passio whatonearthishappening dot com and especially his #204 podcast.

      Date: 2019-03-31
      Topics: How To Find Occulted Information In The Era Of Internet Censorship…

  9. quetzalcoatl says:

    We here lots of words bandied around such as ‘hyper – inflation’ and ‘food shortages’ and we probably all feel the need to do something about it. We are supposed to be the lucky ones because we can see the game that is being played in front of us but unless we have some land, or can get some local landowners to see what we can see, there doesn’t seem to be any benefit in knowing that the pandemic is just a very sophisticated psyop. I live just outside Tokyo – where it starts to get green – but I can’t imagine any of the local old boys who own the farms being able to see that trouble is on the horizon. I am sure it is similar for those in London, Manchester, New York or (fill in your own urban area) ! I don’t want to sound defeatist but I would love to hear a ‘solution’ that might work for the urban dweller that would help feed a family after having refused any government offers of UBI !!

    • Duck says: seeds for sprouting store small and pack more nutrition then eating the seed itself… plenty of videos and pages on Sprouting microgreens…. I ‘read’ that one family survived a winter on nothing but Alfalfa greens but I have never tried anything like that.
      You can buy sprouting lids and jars cheep (or make them from old jars and fine mesh …but that kinda sucks…) and seeds from healthfood stores and stuff…just dont buy it from anywhere like a garden store where it may have been soaked in pesticide or something weird.
      Not a total solution but something. 🙂

  10. Ethan Hunter says:

    The Ultimate Solution?

    One of my favorite Corbett reports is the podcast that dealt with the Revolution of the Mind.

    Malthusian thinkers are the bane of the body politic that make up the current oligarchy, leading to this obsession with eugenics, population reduction, and other narrow-minded appraisals that fortify their hatred of the “cannon fodder that unfortunately populate the earth”.

    Yet, I wonder…can more positive ideas infect in a good way the body politic or even replace and replicate faster than the slow plodding pace of globalist implementation of the Malthusian virus?

    Two thinkers that come to mind that may be able to offset the grim and dim outlooks of Malthusian oligarchs are the following people:

    * R. Buckminster Fuller
    * Julian Simon

    Why Fuller? One of Fuller’s most precious insights is that if human beings use their creative thinking faculties, they end up coming up with innovations, technologies, and solutions that do MORE WITH LESS, MORE WITH LESS. Like the ancient lever “idea” that when implemented the ability to move more weight with less effort, if human beings creative abilities are nurtured and released then the new technologies and ideas with enable us to utilize less resources and multiply our productivity and efficiency.

    Fuller was not just some armchair philosopher when it came to these concepts. He had his own inventions that were light years ahead of their time to demonstrate that we did not need to reduce the population, rather we needed to increase the development of new ideas and technologies. I recommend the following videos:

    Then Julian Simon. Fellow Corbeteers will be familiar with him already, but in brief he echoed similar sentiments that Fuller brought out but backed it up with economic data showing that when the population is allowed to increase, so is the probabilities of gifted individuals amongst the population that invents technologies and better methods of acquiring and utilizing resources. The book he wrote, The Ultimate Resource bears this out. For a refresher, I recommend the following Corbett Reports:

    Yet, how can we individually apply this information? The Rockefeller/Carnegie funded Prussian education system systematically whittled out of our being individual willpower and creative thinking.

    Restoring creative thinking is no easy task…but we can exercise our individual ingenuity and creativity – especially with our present work and service.

    A practical way that we can do that was suggested by success guru Earl Nightingale in this Lead the Field program. The exercise that he suggests is something we personally can do on a daily basis to start focusing our mind on SOLUTIONS rather than fretting constantly about problems. I have enjoyed remarkable insights with this method described, and maybe, in this small way, this can be a way individually that we can contribute to the ultimate solution…the revolution of our own minds.

    The exercise is described here:

  11. minnie says:

    I’ve been thinking a lot about microchips, as I think this could be the next step in this global medical coercion racket. When I woke up this morning, it occurred to me that maybe our dear leaders have already been microchipped. This might have taken place at a high-level meeting like the upper levels of the Bilderberg conference, “for security reasons”. What ambitious politician with their eye on the main prize would refuse? And if they did refuse, maybe their career would not progress much further and they would slide into obscurity.

    Electronic chips can be used as homing devices for drones to find their targets. They could probably be put to a myriad of other malevolent uses, such as causing pain or illness, so it’s not difficult to imagine how they could be used to control people if inserted into the body. And this could have been going on since the 1980s, maybe even earlier.

    It could explain many of the bizarre decisions and copycat policies enacted by “western” NATO type leaders recently.

    • Duck says:

      I doubt that microchips are being used to control people… it is possible for one controlling brain implanted electrodes to do so (THAT was done in the 50’s or 60’s I think) but just a random chip in the body is not likely to be able to do much.
      Its easier to imagine that the leaders are blackmailed thru their sexual proclivities… plenty of stuff has been in the regular news about that over the years…no need for mind control when blackmail works fine.

  12. manbearpig says:

    was thinkin’ this morning that… a year ago today I didn’t realize I was living my last “normal” Monday… I still thought that in April I was going on a big trip with my son to Brazil, I’d spent the week-end chatting on Corbett comments boards with Alexandre, HRS and others… wondering what exactly I was going to do that week when faced with all my 40-student university classes that Thursday and Friday… I was running from one company to the next then back home, to the university and then back to work spending nerve-wracking amounts of time in public transport, waiting at bus stops, tram stops, metro stops, my eyes neurotically glued to my watch, my heart pumping wildly, I’m late late late like the white rabbit… Little did I know that Friday the 13th at the end of this week just a year ago, would be my last day at work, face to face with a human being, chatting and sipping coffee with my colleagues waiting to shake the hand of my next student…

    Little did I know that a couple of short months later I’d be taking an apartment in another country, leaving the city, the neighborhood, the colleagues, family and “friends” I’d been immersed in for 33 years…

    That’s what I’ve been pondering a little lately … little did I know…

    We’re coming up on anniversaries and the Ides of March and it might seem a little ominous but…

    now I want to feel joy and gratitude.

  13. TimmyTaes says:

    “Fortunate Son” by John Fogerty.

    Chapter 16 and Chapter 19 are the chapters to read if you want to know about the finances of Creedence Clearwater Revival. John Fogerty explains how he was betrayed by his bandmates and Saul Zaentz at Fantasy Records.

    Most of the book is pretty boring. JF talks about how he makes his music (interesting for musicians) and how his second wife Julie saved him (interesting for psychiatrists and folks at Alcoholics Anonymous); but I was interested in John Fogerty’s relationship with his band and Saul Zaentz. I’ve had dealings with Zaentz.

    “I don’t care about the music. Just give me the money.” Was how Stu, one of the bandmates, explained it to John Fogerty. Stu, Doug, and Tom Fogerty (John’s older brother) sold out CCR to Zaentz for money and left John, who wrote all the music, arranged it, played lead guitar, sang lead vocals; “twisting in the wind.” as Stu put it.

    It’s no wonder John Fogerty was angry for a decade or more. He still doesn’t own the rights to CCR’s songs. Fantasy Records still owns those rights.

    Saul Zaentz died in 2014. Today I watched “Kong, Skull Island” which is a good movie made in 2017. It’s about some Vietnam War guys who go to Skull Island and have a helicopters vs. Kong encounter. Sure enough two CCR songs are on the soundtrack; “Bad Moon Rising” and “Run Through the Jungle.” All the money paid for the rights for those two songs in the movie, went to Fantasy Records, not John Fogerty who wrote the songs. Saul’s heirs are still getting rich off of Fogerty’s music.

    John Fogerty learned to handle Saul’s betrayal, but John never got over how his band had betrayed him. They were a band. Fogerty gave them equal rights to his music back when they started. They’d all share in the royalties. Stu, Doug, and John’s own brother Tom; sold him out.

    “I don’t care about the music. Just give me the money.” Well, they, Stu, Doug, and Tom; didn’t write the music so why should they care?

    A sad story of betrayal. Saul took the money and is still laughing in his grave no doubt.


    My own story with Saul is for another day, but it does make me slowly smile to know that Zaentz lost $25 million on that fiasco of a movie in the jungle back in 1990. That hurt him badly in his pocket book and his ego.


    • minnie says:

      Ooooh things like this annoy me so much! I have a podcast ( and sometimes I like to include mention of poem or song lyrics in my ramblings. If those lyrics are from famous pop songs I could get sued, and I would certainly consider paying the artist, producer etc for the usage rights (funnily enough I was looking into this last night). But if you have to pay some agency like Getty for these rights and the artist gets nothing – this is another reason why people like me become anarchists.

      A couple of years ago I stumbled across a 180-year-old photo that I wanted to use in a blog post. The photo was part of a collection that had been found in an old mill that was being demolished in the 1960s. The photographer was the mill owner, who had died in the 1890s. The photos were put in a museum, and they are now under copyright of a Scottish “quango” (non governmental agency) which demands money for their use.

      I drew this case to the attention of the Open Rights Soc and they said they were going to do something about it, but I never heard anything more about it.

      • Lucitanian says:

        Hi Minie, You say you like to include music in your podcast: Here’s a piece which is pretty thematic of our “new normal”:

        Lascia ch’io pianga (Handel)

        English Translation
        Leave me so that I may cry
        Leave me so that I may cry at my cruel fate
        and so that I may sigh at (my lost) liberty 1
        Leave me so that I may cry at my cruel fate
        and so that I may sigh at (my lost) liberty

        And so that I may sigh
        and so that I may sigh at (my lost) liberty

        Leave me so that I may cry at my cruel fate
        and so that I may sigh at (my lost) liberty

        Grief may shatter these bonds
        of my sufferings out of pity alone
        of my sufferings out of pity alone

        Leave me so that I may cry at my cruel fate
        and so that I may sigh at (my lost) liberty

        • 1. The phrasing is ambiguous and the line also means: and so that liberty may sigh

        I will in any case enjoy the music, feel compassion for millions made to suffer, while I resist and rebel, and look forward to better days.

        • minnie says:

          Thanks Lucitanian. I love Handel and this is beautiful, but I’m in fighting mode so I won’t be crying at any cruel fate! 🙂

          • TimmyTaes says:

            Thanks Luci and Minnie for your comments. I will not sigh for my fate. I will rail against it and fight it. For I do not believe in fate. My situation is what it is. Minnie, copyrights are bullshit in a Libertarian society. Saul Zaentz and his heirs are bullshit artists of the copyright. They also own the rights to Lord of the Rings. Ha!
            Take care,

  14. pyoneer says:

    would like to share about a global event taking place on 20th of March:

    I think there are already 50+ countries (needs to be verified) participating.
    I am co-organizing for Uruguay where I am currently building up a Freedomcell.

    There is already the idea being discussed if such a demonstration might be repeated regularly.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks pyoneer, or as some folks in the United States say: “Gwaciaus!” 😉


      On March 20, 2021, we will stand side by side with people from all over the world for our freedom!
      One day – all together!

      We will make it clear that the government’s attempts to divide us have been unsuccessful. Together we will ALL demonstrate against the current Corona measures!

      We have at least ONE COMMON GOAL!
      With live streams from different countries, together we will form the biggest demonstration of the current time! Because #wearenotalone.

      Be there and let’s make a statement!

      Information can be found on our channel:

      We would like to thank you in advance for your great support!
      It would not be possible without you!

      A large list of countries and cities follows.

  15. studiotwoseven says:

    All of us here know that the vaccines do not, even by the psychopaths own admission, prevent anything. The companies involved already have vast fortunes & governments can print or compute any amount of ‘money’ into existence at their whim … so I do not buy (pardon the pun) that it is about profits.

    So why do they seem so damn DESPERATE to get everyone to take the needle?

    ~to cover their ass for the crime against humanity that was a fake pandemic?
    ~a “submission to authority” test?
    ~conditioning to future biosecurity measures?
    ~something in the shot that we do not know about yet?

    Something just does not add up about the frenzy to bully everyone to take the jab.

    • Lucitanian says:


      All of the above.
      But generally, people who rise to power are driven by power, (wealth is only a part of power). Power is a perfect home for sociopaths, the ends of sociopathic expression is to play god, and deciding between life and death is where Eugenicists start.

      Empathy and compassion are the keystones of humanity.

      • Duck says:

        “..Empathy and compassion are the keystones of humanity…”

        Too much empathy and compassion are bad…we should all cultivate distrust and suspicion instead.
        The psycopath uses empathy and compassion to control you… (“Your killing Grandma”…”Your Free speech makes me uncomfortable and scared”…(or as the creepy Thunberg says) “how dare you”… )
        The eugenicist will tell you how he’s going to make life better for ‘everyone’ by protecting the inferior from themselves.

    • flammable says:

      I want to know why common citizens are desperate to get others to take the needle. How can they believe in a protective product that only works when everyone else takes it? Seriously what other product besides those masks and injections can market such a thing yet not get the product immediately banned from sale, criminally investigated, and manufacturer sued into oblivion?

    • mkey says:

      The people on the top don’t do it for “money”. “Money” is a carrot for the uninitiated, the “elite” know better. In my opinion, the main driving factor is understanding. The priest class understands they need the uninitiated to clamor for measures and shots; not only to accept them willingly and crave for them, thereby removing the responsibility for these actions from themselves.

      It would also be rather organizationally difficult to command the large number of uninitiated with the amount of order followers they have at disposal.

      Ultimately, the leading motive for what we are seeing going on is abject hatred toward the unthinking masses. Considering the things that we learned during the past year where the real state of affairs became very evident and got in our face, I think we can understand the priest class’ position a bit better.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Yes, I believe all of those are good reasons. One other one is that they are testing the mRNA and DNA/adenovirus technologies because they want to use them for other purposes and see what side effects these might cause. They have a large sample of research subjects now. It’s probably like a dream come true for them.

      • studiotwoseven says:

        …very concerned by what I saw on Del Bigtree “The Highwire” today. Vaccine expert postulates the injections will negate our natural immune responses to the variants:

        *strange that the link Del provides goes straight to Youtube…???

        here is the original Tweet:

        • studiotwoseven says:

          …here is the original show on The Highwire from today:

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          BUMP – BUMP
          Geert Vanden Bossche, Phd DVM –
          World Expert Warns of Coming Covid Vaccine Disaster

          “The Highwire with Del Bigtree” – Thursday March 11th

          Start watching at the 57:45 minute mark in the link which studiotwoseven provides above (

          Quick coffee shop summary: The Covid vaccines have compromised the natural immune response to the coronavirus, both at the individual level and also on a general population level. By vaccinating people during the pandemic, it is causing more sturdy renditions of the virus, much like antibiotics & bacterial infections. In the future, those who have had the vaccines will have an unnatural, weaker immune response to future renditions of the virus, and thus much more likely to succumb. We may see more severe outbreaks in the future.

          LINK to letter by Geert Vanden Bossche, PhD
          Halt All Covid-19 Mass Vaccination Immediately (Open Letter to the WHO) — Vaccine Research Expert

        • lizzie says:

          Guys. I have been watching and reading Geert’s proposals and I am not sure it is the best thing since sliced bread anymore.
          He says that a natural pandemic will run its course in 2-4 years and if we don’t interfere the strain will remain the same and will be relatively harmless. He says that by vaccinating against it we will create an affect similar to the way we create a resistance to antibiotics. Then he says the only way to get rid of the virus quickly is to develop a NK (natural killer) vaccine that will work against all variants.
          This is an excerpt from this PDF

          “Last, a section will be dedicated to the scientific rationale for using NK cell-based vaccines that could provide sterilizing immunity and hence, wipe out Covid-19 and related variants all together”

          So now I’m not sure if he is wants to promote a new type of vaccine or if he genuinely has a solution to stop pandemics.
          I will keep looking into this and once again I berate myself for getting carried away and thinking a saviour has come.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            (Hidden Agenda?)
            Thanks Lizzie! This is well worth noting.

            Here is a previous thread on…
            Killer Cells (T-Cell & Natural Killer Cell Lymphocytes)

            • lizzie says:

              It is a big question mark. I have a gut feeling that he is a good man, he has a nice face not like the others. Another thing that makes me trust him is that it’s not posted everywhere like other Psyops, it has a natural feel to it.
              I’m not a pro vaccer but….!!!!
              It’s such a shame that the stigma around vaccines is so awful that even if there was a good one I would be reluctant to take it.
              Big Pharma went ahead and blitzed the baby with the bath water.

              • lizzie says:

                Still looking into Geert’s statements.
                What strikes me as odd is that it has received little attention across the board, given his credentials and the gravity of what he is saying.
                Del has spoken obviously and
       have a go at bashing him.

                Perhaps they are taking the time to research properly.

                Also his narrative doesn’t sit well on either side of the debate.
                He goes against the mainstream by saying that the natural virus is relatively harmless and the vaccines don’t work.
                He talks about variants being dangerous and that we may need to develop a NK vaccine to combat all strains, which may not fit in with some of the alternative views.
                Due to the level of censorship recently, perhaps this has slowed the spread of this.
                Or maybe “they” are trying to brush this under the carpet by not even trying to debunk it because that would give it attention.
                I will keep looking at this because I think it is important.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            3/17/21UPDATE – LINK
            “…something’s not right about Geert Vanden Bossche…”
            “… a recent conversation between Last American Vagabond and Rosemary Frei discussing this psyop…”


            • Mielia says:



              “…this has all the hallmarks of a drug-company astroturf campaign.”

            • lizzie says:

              Geert will tear us apart again….
              In his latest interview, he spends time brown nosing the Doctor Peter McCullough by praising his successful use of treatments like hydroxicloroquine, Ivermectin and and steroids. Going on to say how awful it is that these treatments aren’t being given any funding. They both seem to be in agreement that these treatments would reduce hospitalisations by 80%.
              Then speaks, then speaks (double
              speak) and as if by magic, he says the only way out of this is a different type of vaccine that everyone needs to have.
              It’s amazing that he is still on YouTube given that he is spreading medical information in the first degree, it’s a miracle. Or maybe he is allowed because he is addressing the concerns that we have been screaming from the roof tops and getting some of the opposition to follow him towards this new vaccine, but his one is going to brilliant.
              It’s very sly and it’s very creepy.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            – Thursday March 25th –
            The Highwire with Del Bigtree
            Del Bigtree & Rosemary Frei have a firefight regarding Geert Vanden Bossche, Phd

            Show entitled:
            IN THE HOT SEAT
            Del Takes on the Vanden Bossche ‘Fallout’ – Special Guests: RFK, Jr. & Andy Wakefield
            (The Geert Bossche controversy starts at the 51:49 minute mark and goes until the end 2:12. So, it is a long show)
            BITCHUTE: ~~WWW

            In the first part of this segment, Del Bigtree gives a backstory. It includes a previous week’s promotion of the Geert Vanden Bossche. Then he addresses an article by Rosemary Frei which criticizes Bigtree for promoting the Geert video with her description of ” this has all the hallmarks of a drug-company astroturf campaign” .
            During the last part of the show, Del interviews RFK, Jr. and also Wakefield. Also, mixed in are more recent video clips of Geert Vanden Bossche. The immune system is discussed and how vaccines can compromise immunity by creating a more potent specie of microbe or virus. Measles was one example given.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Clips from the following VIDEO were shown during the Highwire show…

              3/25/2021 – The Defender
              Interview With Vanden Bossche: Should Mass COVID Vaccinations Be Stopped?
              After several hours of discussion, Rob Verkerk, Ph.D., of “Alliance for Natural Health International” concludes it would be “scientifically, socially and ethically irresponsible” to dismiss Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche’s concerns about mass vaccination.

              • lizzie says:

                Update: Del Bigtree triples down on his statements on Geert Vanden Bossche. Rosemary Frei politely declined an interview with Del.

                This happens towards the latter half of the episode but I’d recommend the whole episode, it
                is packed full of wonderful guests like RFK Junior and Dr Andy

                I’m still flip flopping but I guess time will tell.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:


              March 16, 2021 – Rosemary Frei, MSc (Her website)
              The Curious Case of Geert Vanden Bossche
              His Open Letter, Video Interview and High-Profile Supporters


              …Then Gary Null put me on the air. But he wouldn’t let me talk about the letter. Instead, he repeatedly interrupted my efforts to do so and he insisted I only discuss the new variants. So I hung up. And I’ve been edited out of the archived broadcast of Null’s show.

              I’m going to be interviewed live today (March 16) starting at 4:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time by Ryan Cristián of The Last American Vagabond. We’ll talk about the Vanden Bossche letter and McMillan interview. Apparently Ryan’s on the same page as me.

              Meanwhile, my tweets about the open letter and the Null interview have gotten a lot of reaction…

              DEFENDER article March 16th (virtually much the same as above)
              Rebuttal: The ‘Not-So-Hidden Agenda’ Behind Bossche’s Concern Over COVID Mass Vaccination
              In her rebuttal to Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche’s open letter to the WHO, Rosemary Frei, MSc, outlines what she says are “a few of the dozens of clues” suggesting that Bossche’s argument “is a continuation of the overall COVID deception.”

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Longtime Corbett Report Members remember his…

              6/6/2020 Interview 1555 – Rosemary Frei on How the High Death Rate in Care Homes Was Created on Purpose

            • lizzie says:

              Oops! I just scrolled up and seen I echoed you down below.
              I admire the way you lay out your links HRS

  16. says:


    here are some thoughts that sooth me:

    Thought is born of failure.
    The book: The Power of Now, by Eckhart Tolle
    Nature is the shortest description of itself.

    Thought is born of failure: I do not remember the name of the book, but it was about the human evolution. The argument was, that the brain and thought developed, because of an evolutionary failure to adjust to our environment.
    For me this sentence puts thinking into a different perspective. It is comparable to a muscle. Thought is just a trick in your survival tool back. The comparison of the brain to a muscle is also helpful, because it visualizes how slowly thoughts can change. It is real body tissue, that needs to transform.

    Problems arise, if you identify with your thoughts. During meditation or whenever you “forget” to think you might experience different types of consciousness. You might experience that you are not your thoughts.
    Well, read the “Power of Now” for more on that :).

    You might start to feel compassion with people that are trapped in their repetitive thinking.
    The phrase “lost souls” comes to my mind.
    The thinking thing in us, is tremendously afraid of dying. Since it knows nothing but itself. There is a widespread belief, that thinking and emotions are two separate processes. But one triggers the other. It has many wants and will never be satisfied.

    So the practice would be to observe your thinking and not to engage.
    It works better in nature 🙂
    If you can witness your own thinking, you will be able to see the same chatter in others. And suddenly the conflicts around you become a joke.

    Once you are aware of the “thinkingness”, you will identify it everywhere in the human endeavors.

    Nature is the shortest description of itself: Well, as a student I was fascinated with artificial intelligence. My thinkingness wanted to play god. But luckily I came across this revealing tautology: Nature is the shortest description of itself.
    If you try to describe nature, you must create a model of nature. Not with a million pages of paper could you completely describe a single molecule. Science is just a simplification of reality, a model. Every honest scientist should automatically become a humble saint instantly, since with every move he makes, he is confronted with endlessness and eternity and his thinkingness would whither away with awe.

    Well, but that is not the way it goes, is it? The thinkingness does not like to be diminished. The defense mechanism is self illusion and hybris. The model is mistaken to be the reality.

    Transhumanism and many other ideologies and doctrines are just born of thought, a failure, an illusion by taking the model for the real thing, which cannot be described, of which we are a part of and will never be separated from.

    It is just a joke.
    Is it dangerous? Yes!
    But still it is a joke.

    Ghosts disappear if you laugh with them with compassion,
    because they don’t know what they are doing 🙂

    Cheers Christian Bumba

    • candlelight says:,

      I bit of irony in that your words here, in particular, are not a failure at all, but wonderful food for thought.

      You remind me of my own truth: A rose is more than the sum of its parts…. In all things.

      Thank you for your post.

  17. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I strongly recommend watching this 26 minute interview…
    “Stand your ground !”

    March 7th /8th – Sun/Monday release – Spiro Skouras – New Mexico | U.S.
    It’s Here: First Court Case Against Mandatory Vaccination — Attorney Interview

    In this interview, which was initially banned by YouTube before it was even published (but now reversed), Spiro is joined by Attorney Ana Garner of New Mexico. Garner represents her client Isaac Legaretta, an officer at the Doña Ana County Detention Center and a military veteran, who is suing the county over its new policy for first responders to receive the COVID-19 vaccinations or face termination.

    Attorney Garner explains the significance of this case and what is at stake, as it is the first of its kind and may set a new standard for legal precedent regarding mandatory vaccination. Garner says she is prepared to take this case to the Supreme Court if necessary.

    Spiro and Ana Garner also discuss another case of hers that is ongoing currently. A case that challenges not only the Governor of New Mexico, but the emergency itself.

    • mkey says:

      Good to see spiro back in the saddle. I do wonder, however, how is the common man supposed to traverse this legal path.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Wednesday March 10, 2021 – via “Glassdoor” (an online job site)

      70% of employees believe vaccines should be required before returning to office:

      It’s no secret that people have an array of opinions when it comes to the COVID-19 vaccine. According to a recent survey from online job site Glassdoor, a whopping 70% of employees believe that they should be required to get a vaccine before returning to the office.

      Glassdoor found that age and gender play a role people’s opinions on the vaccine. According to survey results, those aged 18-34 are less likely (58%) than those aged 35-44 (84%) to agree that employees should be required to get a COVID-19 vaccine to return to the office. Men (74%) are more likely than women (64%) to agree that employees should be required to get a COVID-19 vaccine to return to the office.

      Overall most surveyed plan to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Over 3 in 4 (76%) intend to get inoculated when a shot becomes available to them. Those aged 18-34 (66%) are less likely than those aged 35-44 (81%) to say they intend to get a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to them, and nearly 1 in 4 (24%) do not plan to get a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to them.

      Glassdoor Chief People Officer Carina Cortez notes that employers are taking the health needs of their employees seriously…

      …Another key finding of the report shows that most employees want an incentive from their employers for getting the COVID-19 vaccine: 68% of those surveyed said they would receive the vaccine if their employer offered a cash bonus and/or more paid time off.

      When it comes to the work-from-home environment, 86% of those surveyed said they would like to continue working from home on a part-time basis even after their offices reopen. Some folks have gotten accustomed to the “new normal,” with some 23% saying they’d consider quitting their job if they were required to return to the office before all employees were vaccinated. Seventeen percent of those surveyed even said that they would consider quitting their jobs if they were required to return to the office five days per week….

      **Survey Methodology: This survey was conducted online within the United States by The Harris Poll on behalf of Glassdoor from February 16-18, 2021, among 2,072 adults ages 18 and older, among whom 1,149 are employed and 571 are currently working from home due to COVID-19.

  18. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Coincidentally, with a host of states now NOT mandating masks, the CDC comes out with this…

    Monday March 8, 2021 – Zero Hedge
    CDC Says “Fully Vaccinated” People Can Stop Wearing Masks, Distancing In Private

    …For the record, according to the CDC guidelines, an individual is considered person is “fully vaccinated” two weeks after receiving the final dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna jabs, or the single-shot vaccine from J&.J. Fully vaccinated people should continue exercising standard precautions while in public, the agency said.

    “While the new guidance is a positive step, many more people need to be fully vaccinated before everyone can stop taking most COVID-19 precautions,” the CDC wrote in its report. “It is important that, until then, everyone continues to adhere to important mitigation measures to protect the large number of people who remain unvaccinated.”

    Summarizing the contents of the report, those who are fully vaccinated are now allowed to…

    Visit with other fully vaccinated people indoors without wearing masks or physical distancing.
    Visit indoors with unvaccinated people from a single household who are considered low risk for severe disease without needing to wear masks or practice social distancing.
    Vaccinated individuals no longer need to quarantine or seek a test following a confirmed exposure to the virus (unless symptoms develop).
    However, they should continue to avoid large or medium-sized gatherings, though the CDC didn’t offer specific gathering-size numbers.
    Individuals should continue following all guidance from employers, whether vaccinated or not.
    Even those who have been vaccinated should still get tested if experiencing COVID symptoms.

    Read the full report below:….

    • mkey says:

      Well, well, does this mean they have finally acknowledged losing impetus? Or are they simply preparing for the next wave in some 5 months time? If we just somehow manage to maintain our fear on a sufficiently high level throughout the summer.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I’m thinking that this Pandemic will “officially” end by July 1st, 2021.
        Add in the fact that many U.S. states are now lifting the mask mandates. Thus, the CDC is trying to save face as COVID numbers decline.

        AstraZeneca has pledged to make no profits from its COVID-19 vaccine during the pandemic — but that pledge could expire as early as June 2021, according to an agreement with a manufacturer.

        • mkey says:

          That could be a pretty good signal. They’ll probably have a few more months of “low availability” and then the price ramps up during the summer.

          No free vaccines, let these suckers pay for it.

        • Mielia says:

          In Germany it is planned until march 2022

          “Die Bundesregierung übersendet dem Deutschen Bundestag bis zum 31. März 2022 das Ergebnis der Evaluierung sowie eine Stellungnahme der Bundesregierung zu diesem Ergebnis.
          – Pandemierelevante Verordnungsermächtigungen und Rechtsverordnungen
          knüpfen nur noch an die Feststellung der epidemischen Lage von nationaler Tragweite an und treten nicht mehr spätestens mit Ablauf des 31. März 2021 oder, im Fall einer Verordnung auf Grund des § 5 Absatz 2 Satz 1 Nummer 10 IfSG, spätestens mit Ablauf des 31. März 2022 außer Kraft.”

          also we had opposite stories of
          “Fully Vaccinated” People Can NOT Stop Wearing Masks, Distancing In Private.
          e.g. there was a case were the parents still had to get into isolation/so called quarantine at home after their child got a positive test

          it will be interesting to see, a divergent path from the USSA to EUSSR.
          hardly imaginable?
          but then again South Dakota didn’t take any measures as far as I understand it.
          So in the USSA the remnants of a federation are still functioning.

  19. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Ha! Ha! ha! ha!
    I’m sorry…I can’t stop laughing.
    Trust the Authoritarians! Our Leaders!
    (The videos just put me over the edge.)

    I’m done for the night.

  20. rueckl1b says:

    Hi James,

    I used to listen to your Podcasts on my IPod.
    That does not work anymore since mid February.

    Did you discontinue that channel?


    • Steve Smith says:

      rueckl1b, I am not experiencing any difficulty with downloading The Corbett Report podcasts. I get both the videos and the audio as of a couple days ago.
      I’m using iTunes I think.
      You might want to check things on your end.

    • tim156 says:

      I was having the same problems with Castbox too. Episodes not appearing. Listen direct from web site now. Then all episodes appeared after a week. Still listen from web site.

  21. Ponter Boddit says:

    Hello everybody! Long time listener first time poster, I’m glad to now be officially part of the family! Keep up the great work James 🏆 (bref, un gros bonjour de la belle province! 😉)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      “Welcome!” to the comment boards from we other Corbett Members.
      We We
      My French ain’t too good, nor my English. 😉

      • Ponter Boddit says:

        Thanks! Attempts at understanding, discourse and dialogue far outweigh any shape or form of a message in any language… Hell, I even accept speechless smiles and cursory nods 😃 cheers!

  22. Tina says:

    Let’s see… March. Well, we teachers in California are FINALLY allowed to return to school after an entire year of being under house arrest. For the last couple of weeks, vaccines were made available to educators in my area, and people have been excitedly rushing out in droves to get theirs (pretty sure it’s the Pfizer one). So far I haven’t heard anything about it being mandatory for us, so I’m keeping my fingers crossed but I’m sure that’s coming. Then the other day I heard that LAUSD (Los Angeles Unified School District, the largest public school district in California that always sets the tone for the rest of us) is requiring ALL students to be covid vaccinated before they’re allowed to return to school (they’re already pusing out the “Daily Pass”). I don’t have the link to the article handy, but I’m sure you can find it anywhere. This was shocking to me- an illness that doesn’t affect kids, yet they’re requiring every public school-attending child/teen to get this vaccine before they’re readmitted to school. Again, LA sets the tone so I’m sure this will be state wide (and likely nation wide) very soon.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I’m not sure if it’s legal to make an experimental drug required. They should seek legal help in that case.

      Here’s some information from another site that I was provided asking for legal information or attorneys who may be able to help if my employer tries to mandate this drug:

      “Greg Glaser is an attorney who has been heavily involved in the
      medical freedom movement for a long time: 1

      Christina Hildebrand, Founder of A Voice For Choice Advocacy, sent the
      following e-mail in February:

      Educating Employers, CA Public School Districts and Private Schools:
      Over the past two months, A Voice for Choice Advocacy has sent letters
      to many employers, at the request of employees who have faced employee
      COVID vaccine mandates, educating them on the legal, scientific and
      religious reasons vaccines cannot be required of employees, as well as
      the possible financial consequences of doing so. In the past week,
      AVFCA also sent a version of this letter to over 1,100 CA public
      school district superintendents and their board members and to over
      3,200 CA private school principals and their board members, outlining
      the same, as well as why schools cannot require the COVID-19 vaccines
      of students without legislation. You can view our letter to School
      Districts here:
      Vaccine-Requirements-020121.pdf. If your employer is requiring the
      COVID-19 vaccine and you would like a similar letter set to your
      employer, please send us the name of the CEO and other key personnel
      involved with COVID-19 vaccine policies, as well as their email
      addresses to, and AVFCA will send it

      COVID-19 Declination and Religious Exemptions: If your employer is
      requiring the COVID-19 vaccine as a requirement for employment, our
      first recommendation is that you “JUST SAY NO!”. You are not alone in
      saying no. Across the country and the world, there are significant
      numbers of healthcare workers declining the vaccine. If your employer,
      will not take no as an answer, then your options are to get a medical
      exemption, a religious belief exemption or find another job.

      AVFCA has successfully helped over 300 employees and college students
      get their religious accommodation requests approved. If you need help
      with writing a religious exemption or would like us to review it
      before you submit it, we would be happy to. Please send the written
      vaccine policy, including exemption options, a description of your
      religious beliefs and any other information about the accommodations
      you are requesting, to

      We have sent the below a couple of times, but for reference it is
      copied here it again for those looking to request a religious

      While organizations may just ask for a statement that vaccines are
      against your religious beliefs and you hold those beliefs sincerely,
      they have the right to ask for more a detailed explanation to
      determine that those statements are true. They will also deny your
      religious exemption if they do not believe your beliefs are sincere,
      or if they are moral, ethical or personal beliefs, rather than
      religious beliefs. For employees, the questions must be consistent
      with the guidance from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity
      Commission (EEOC)
      answers-religious-discrimination-workplace 1. The following are
      examples of what may be asked to support a religious exemption:

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

    • Tina says:

      Oh, and we have to take a covid test every two months. Grrr!

      • Fact Checker says:

        The “test” swab is quite likely the delivery device either for the disease-causing pathogen, or for a precursor of a binary bioweapon.

        Therefore, by mandating “testing” (really active poisoning), They can always be able to produce pockets of “covid” illness whenever and wherever They wish. Then They use these engineered “outbreaks” as a pretext to punish the populace and coerce the humans into submitting to injectables.

        This cycle will continue until every human is enslaved by an all-encompassing program of unlimited injection mandates. Once that is in place, They can life-short each and every individual human at carefully chosen rates, titrate the humans with mutagens, or sterilize or outright kill them (the “Hank Aaron Special”) as desired.

        James said months and months ago that people need to resolve themselves in advance as to where their “line in the sand” lies. Submitting to swabbing every two weeks is a high-risk choice.

        • cu.h.j says:

          Has there been any proof that swabs are contaminated? I have not seen anything to back up this hypothesis. Though doing that would be very effective for them to achieve their goals, I don’t think those claims are supported.

          I could obtain a swab and have it tested if someone knows a lab where it can be analyzed, I will send a few. It would be interesting to test that hypothesis.

          I have had one swab for a medical procedure and have not had any ill effects so am inclined to think the swabs aren’t contaminated, at least the ones at my work place appear to be safe.

          • Fact Checker says:

            C’mon cu.h.j. A two-second search for “covid test contaminated” yields innumerable reports of covid-contaminated covid test kits. Here is just the top hit:


            Notice I specifically did not say they all are. They are selectively contaminated, by design.

            • cu.h.j says:

              It says early tests were contaminated and led to false positives and skewed the numbers, not that it was contaminated and caused illness though.

              • Fact Checker says:

                Yes, They would say that, wouldn’t They?

              • cu.h.j says:

                The swabs are dry though. They come in a sterile package. They would have to saturate the swab with virus particles and then put it in a sealed plastic container and ship it to various health care centers. Wouldn’t the viruses deteriorate on the surface of the dry swab though?

                Many viruses, except for HEP C are pretty fragile and become inactivated outside body fluids.

                I would’t put poisoning out of the realm of the possible for our psychopathic “rulers” but I am not inclined to be afraid of being poisoned by a swab. However, having had this done once, know it’s very uncomfortable and causes trauma to nasal tissues so isn’t something I would be willing to do on a regular basis.

                People need to start putting their foot down and saying no.

  23. flammable says:

    I’ve been trying a new strategy to get through to people. Getting them to read or watch this information doesn’t work, in fact it hardens them even more. So instead I just recommend personal development around dealing with fear and growing stronger from trauma. I figure most people get triggered to the point of PTSD-like behavior when hearing anything related to the Plandemic so maybe this will work. Really it is the obsessive fear that is fueling much of the crisis. By managing the fear, life gets better.

  24. Hans Verbeek says:

    It boggles my mind: the ease with which new money is created.
    The FED created trillions of dollars in the last 12 months.
    The ECB created trillions of euros.
    When you do this trick in a game of Monopoly you will be thrown out of the game, you cheat.

  25. mkey says:

    Shocking video reveals the weird conspiracy theories circulating among Byron Bay’s anti-vaxxer brigade about the Covid pandemic and vaccines

    A feel good video turned into propagandist claptrap.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      That was interesting.
      The meat and potatoes start around the 10 minute mark.

      Bill Gates-istan – Achieves the status of a nation.
      Dr. Astrid Stuckelberger gives a brief summary of how Bill Gates has co-opted W.H.O. and international organizations.
      The bit about Gates achieving the same status as an entire nation was insightful.

  26. bob387 says:

    For Anthony Sutton fans. I started reading America’s Secret Establishment and came across a question of the significance of the number 322. The meaning of the number was speculated on. I have a speculation of my own on what it might mean. I think it denotes a demarcation. Of all who came before that year, Alexander was the Greatest. From that year onward, the world awaits the next Alexander; that is to say, he who would dare to seize the world. From a perspective which venerates ambition above all, this makes sense, in my opinion.

    • Fact Checker says:

      Yet instead of “Alexander the Greater,” the world gets honky-squawkin’ goon Bill “Minor Wizard” Gates…

    • Duck says:

      I saw many years ago a Mark Dice video where he read a pamphlet by “File and Claw” who broke into Skull and Bones club house maybe a hundred plus years ago and , if I recall right IT said that there was a memorial from the mother lodge to “lodge 322 of the illuminati” in the US…. I have not too hard for the original but this guy (of whom I know nothing) talks about it fo what its worth
      “… It should properly be called the Skull and Bones chapter. General Russell, its founder, was in Germany before his senior year… But the Bonesman has a pleasing fiction that his fraternity is a descendant of an old Greek patriot society founded by Demosthenes, who died in 322 B.C….”

  27. chrisf says:

    Not sure if you’re aware – Some Sad news. Alan Watt died 4th March.
    (From his website)

    Alan Watt

    Our hearts are broken. We grieve the loss of Alan Watt
    who left this world on 4 March 2021.

    His tireless work to share his knowledge of this System
    we are born into and how it has wrought the horrors
    we are living through now, is his priceless gift to us.

    Hear this:

    “Truth is Eternal and cannot be compromised…
    Hearing and understanding TRUTH leaves one with a dilemma, for it DEMANDS change, beginning with You
    …and even your closest relationships may
    go down the drain, yet that is the price demanded
    in the past, to-day and for always…

    We are spirits descended into matter for a purpose. Understanding this is the meaning of the term
    “having life, and having it more abundantly.”
    This does not mean accumulation of products.
    It means “doing that which is true.”
    Truth is eternal.
    It cannot alter.

    Only TRUTH Will MAKE You Free.”

    Quote from Cutting Through, Volume 1 by Alan Watt

  28. Ukridge says:

    Bad news – Less solar activity causes more volcanic eruptions, presumably because the earth’s crust cools and contracts a bit, necessitating pressure release. We are in a solar minimum, volcanoes are going crazy around the world, and pretty soon a big one or two might pop. Months ago we were pelted with the phrase ‘dark winter,’ and it hasn’t really played out, but I think we might have a dark winter next year, followed by a dark spring and summer, etc. The last time this happened was the Dalton Minimum, which saw the 1815 eruption of Mount Tambora, which led to the ‘Year Without a Summer’ in 1816. Expect much worse.

    • mkey says:

      I expect the eruptions to be blamed on Al Qaeda infected with 57th wave Covid giving them superpower and making them superevil and superbad, leading into a volcano related catastrophe, right after CIA used them for some jobs in the area once known as the EU.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      This IMAGE of Grand Solar Minimum SYMPTOMS really brought home to me the increase of volatility which we may see during the coming seasons. (seismic/volcanoes, wind, droughts, flooding, growing seasons will change,…)

      At the link, north on the SUB-THREAD is where…
      Ice Age Farmer (Christian Westbrook) gives a good overview of the Grand Solar Minimum in a 30 minute video entitled:
      “SOLAR LOCKDOWN: Plandemic & Grand Solar Minimum”
      (At the 10 minute mark, Christian list the SYMPTOMS of a Grand Solar Minimum)

      South on the SUB-THREAD is a “Grand Solar Minimum” Paper published at (National Institute of Health)(Dr. Fauci’s turf)
      Published online 2020 Aug 4th by Valentina Zharkova, entitled:
      Modern Grand Solar Minimum will lead to terrestrial cooling

      • mkey says:

        Homey, do you have any news from the Meetup 9-11 group? Looks like the proprietors succumbed to some foul play and possibly nuked the email list.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          No, I don’t know.
          Today, I noticed that Joe was trying a test.

          • mkey says:

            I replied to that email but I don’t think it went through. Usually you get a warning that you will be replying to everyone on the list, but this was something different.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              The entire archive of emails at our Meetup Group had been suddenly expunged.
              I sent a message to MEETUP CORPORATE and CC Joe S and Hanky. Hanky’s humor was this reply:
              ” Thanks,
              We can’t process your request at this time, as our investigation indicates that you are a white male, and we hate you.
              With Sincere Love, Anonymous”

              Friday I was on the phone with Joe. There’s talk of dissolving the “North Texans for Truth” Meetup. I agree. The cost is not worth it…over $200 yearly.
              It’s unfortunate in some respects, because many historical images are linked to other forums, (like 911blogger), and those will disappear. The images go back to 2006.

              One proposal I have in order to retain some semblance of connectivity with members, is to pick a few other Meetup Groups, and then join those groups. Not ‘hijack’ them, but ride their coattails (like we did on 9/11 truth promotion with the progressive party during the antiwar era.) It is an easy, no loss action, because everyone already has a Meetup profile.

              Joe has been going to one of the local FREEDOM CELL groups. Despite the high head count on the local map of Freedom Cell sign-ups, Joe says that there is very little live person-to-person participation.
              I know about this from years of experience as a past group Organizer. It takes lots and lots and lots and lots of energy to rally folks together (unless you are a celebrity). It is a huge strain, with an incredible workload and expense falling on the backs of just a few people.

              • mkey says:

                White males are way too privileged, we need to be brought down a few pegs.

                There’s a big difference between signing up to a site and taking the time from your day, going to an event or a meeting and actually doing something instead of just clicking a few buttons. When people need to be rallied, you know the situation hasn’t gotten bad enough.

  29. MagicBullet says:

    Nazi Germany——————-Covid World 2020
    Depression of 30’s————–Lockdowns causing Depression
    Progroms against Jews——-Businesses Closed/Bankrupt, Can’t travel
    Jews “Spread Disease”———Everyone is “infected”, ratting on others
    (Hitler’s exact words causing neighbors to rat on where Jews were)
    Tatoos on Jews’ arms———-Health Passport Registrations
    (Run by IBM)……………………..(e.g., IBM Excelsior Pass vaccine passport)
    Baiting Gas Chambers———Baiting Vaccines as saviors for Corona
    to Jews as “showers”

  30. bleak says:

    What we need is a way to connect locally with the intention of physically meeting. This would be the antidote to their “divide and conquer”. Let’s have some isolation blowback. State by state, county by county etc.

    Something “dark” that isn’t subject to the http client/server model.

    I began something on discord and I’m looking into IRC (internet relay chat) but I think ultimately some dark web onion/tor site.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Excellent idea. I would love to meet other members IRL to discuss solutions and build community.

      How can we know if they are real or if they are an agent of the state or a serial killer or something.

      That’s the main reason I haven’t joined a freedom cell because I was worried that it might get infiltrated with by the FBI who would then set us up in some way.

      • bleak says:

        I try meeting kindred spirits in the hood… they are not there/here. The closest person to someone I’d call informed was a Q lady. I told her Q is a psyop but she wouldn’t listen. This was before the (s)election. Last month she told me that Trump and the military are in control and everything is going to be fine. It’s hard to believe, I know, but that is what she said.

        Yes, infiltration would be a concern of mine also and I don’t know the answer. Learn from history? The black panthers and cointel pro? Compartmentalization like stages? Gut feeling?

        Meeting physically, an agent wouldn’t have to say much so it would be hard to spot them. They play dumb, say little, and gather intel.

        Maybe find the right platform first and take it from there.

      • Duck says:

        “…How can we know if they are real or if they are an agent of the state or a serial killer or something….”

        maybe they are both…?
        Even if the local groups have FBI agents you dont really need to worry unless you discuss doing illegal things. At this stage they wont put you away for growing food or legal political action

  31. Mielia says:

    this gave me some thoughts
    on the question: Why a cancer research company like biontech gets to make vaccines (the Pfizer one)?
    (“…since many studies have shown that the regulation of modifications to RNA is important for the development of cancer.”)

    Second video in the article
    that is a bit making the rounds

    2017 Ted Talk featuring the current Moderna boss Tal Zaks
    Rewriting the Genetic Code: A Cancer Cure in the Making

    the article basically quotes
    Eyrun Thune of the University of Oslo

    Of course most of the stuff I don’t understand.

  32. Saku says:

    Don’t know if this video has yet been hilighted, but I’ll do it here:
    Shai Dan On and Alison McDowell

    They go into how Estonia and Israel are small enough and tech advanced enough to be testing grounds for new things like social credits, jab ID, and social financing the populace. A must watch!

  33. jeng says:

    Does anyone remember which episode James or one of his clips predicted the reopening in July?

  34. flammable says:

    I really hate the statement that we prevented a worse outcome because that was the excuse governments make of why the pandemic was similar to previous years. I could counter that with the early months of 2020 with no lockdowns, masks, social distancing not resulting in massive deaths and illness.

    Anyways I have to say we as a population prevented a worse outcome when it comes to the lockdown. That lockdown would have been a genocide even with the social welfare programs related to pandemic relief which were mere crumbs. The hard work and generosity of friends, family, neighbors, and kind strangers prevented millions of deaths.

    I felt I didn’t focus on enough positives and just reacted negatively whenever I hear people who are propagandized by the narrative. There is hope for humanity when I learned how much was done to save those on the verge of starvation and suicide. I only wished they knew this was not a natural disaster but conscious decision to destroy us.

    • mkey says:

      I think they know, but are too great of a coward to speak up.

      The only proper response to the statement from the first paragraph is: they are projecting. They are replacing what they don’t and can absolutely not know with what fits their narrative and justifies their actions.

      To entertain such a discussion with projections of our own is a vicious circle, howering juat an inch above mental illness.

  35. 8Gc58 says:

    Was John Magufuli (president of Tanzania) suicided for going against the COVID-narrative?

    DDG search for “John Magufuli”:

    • 8Gc58 says:

      EDIT: “suicided” > “murdered”.

    • mkey says:

      Tanzania’s Covid-denying president, John Magufuli, dies aged 61

      Guardian says he was a covid denier. That sounds like a lethal affliction. The article is plain garbage, of course. They sure try very hard to make it look like a covid “victim”. Are there any more countries that aren’t onboard with this hysteria? Tanzania is surely going to find a way to proceed forward in a democratic fashion.

      • flammable says:

        For a Covid denier, this president really spent a lot of time talking about treating Covid. Like every single sentence the media plays of this guy is him mentioning how his country is treating Covid.

  36. 8Gc58 says:

    Suddenly, in the day and age of mask wearing, this prank became very relevant:

    Candid Camera Classic: Folks’ Flea Collar:
    At a pet shop, Peter tells customers they must wear flea collars!

  37. 8Gc58 says:

    Death by AstraZeneca

    Machine translated excerpt:

    – Our theory that this is a strong immune response that most likely comes after the vaccine, has been found. In collaboration with the section for advanced platelet immunology at UNN, we have now detected specific antibodies against platelets that can give such an image, which we know from other parts of the medicine, but then with drugs as the triggering cause, the superior explains.
    – You say most likely?
    – We have the reason. And there is no other thing than the vaccine that can explain that we have received that immune response, says Holme.


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Good post 8Gc58 !

      I saw that here too…
      Here is ZERO HEDGE – Thursday, Mar 18, 2021
      Norwegian Doctor Claims To Find Link Between AstraZeneca Vaccine And Rare Blood Clots

      “The reason for the condition of our patients has been found,” chief physician and professor Pål Andre Holme announced to Norwegian national newspaper VG today.

      He has lead the work to find out why three health workers under the age of 50 were hospitalized with serious blood clots and low levels of blood platelets after having taken the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine. One of the health workers died on Monday.

      The experts have worked on a theory that it was in fact the vaccine which triggered and unexpected and powerful immune response – a theory they now believe they have confirmed.

      “Our theory that this is a powerful immune response which most likely was caused by the vaccine has been found. In collaboration with experts in the field from the University Hospital of North Norway HF, we have found specific antibodies against blood platelets that can cause these reactions, and which we know from other fields of medicine, but then with medical drugs as the cause of the reaction,” the chief physician explains to VG.

      Though he acknowledged the theory was just that – a theory, Holme insisted there was nothing else that could have triggered such an intense immune response in all three patients. The vaccine was the only common factor.

      When asked to clarify why he says “most likely” in the quote, Holme confidently responds that the reason for these rare cases of blood clots has been found.

      “We have the reason. Nothing but the vaccine can explain why these individuals had this immune response,” he states.

      • 8Gc58 says:

        Thanks, HomeRemedySupply!

      • flammable says:

        It is plain arrogant, delusional, and dangerous to think you can artificially stimulate powerful immune responses in the body with little testing or safety. In fact the complexity of the immune system should require even more stringent measures than most medical devices, not less especially in case of an emergency.

        They even have the nerve to blame a virus for triggering strong autoimmune responses and systemic inflammation in the most severely affected patients. How is a normal human being able to generate such a response in the first place? How is the huge amounts of adjuvents and other toxic chemicals that has been triggering strong immune responses for decades NOT the first thing blamed?

    • 8Gc58 says:


      Two patients died of blood clots at OUS – examining connection with vaccination

      The Norwegian Medicines Agency cannot rule out that these cases may be related to the AstraZeneca vaccine.

      The press release states that five patients have previously been reported with the combination of blood clots, bleeding and a low number of platelets admitted to Oslo University Hospital (OUS) after vaccination with the AstraZeneca vaccine.

      One died earlier this week, now two more deaths have been reported.


  38. Camille says:

    Not sure how I missed that there was a March open thread…

    I’ll put this one in here because it’s pretty creepy.

    Eating Bioengineered Spores

  39. Mielia says:

    anyone in the EU (EUSSR) has heard of HERA yet?

    comment by German altmedia on this was (translated):
    In short, HERA is something like a European central health system that, under the current conditions, allows all states in Europe to be disempowered and something like a superordinate health policy dictatorship with the associated health police to be installed.

    von der Leyen, Schinas, Kyriakides etc promote it

  40. Mielia says:

    you might have heard of Thomas Cowan in the last past months
    he is often together named with Andrew Kaufman
    as he wrote a book on the NO VIRUS subject together with Sally Farron Morrel of the Western A Price Foundation (for them e.g.

    I have here now another interview with him from 2019 where he talks about another book he has written
    Heart May Not Be a Pump: Thomas Cowan on Cardiovascular Disease
    He mentions another author and his book Branko Furst The Heart and Circulation (some Rudolf Steiner people are into it)

    anyway I time tagged his answer to the question in the interview

    ‘what’s the most important message on a societal level that folks can take away that maybe we can influence some policy to improve health?’

    ‘I don’t have much faith that government or politics have much to offer us…

    I would just point out that any form of coercion is the opposite of freedom.
    Anytime you coerce somebody to do anything which includes going to school, paying taxes, getting vaccinated, joining the military.

    If you do that you might as well say we decided we are not interested in freedom. …
    I don’t see any healthy society using force-based coercion to make their citizens do anything and call that a free society.’

    I think that would be good to know for many here

    • Duck says:

      “…I don’t see any healthy society using force-based coercion to make their citizens do anything and call that a free society.’….

      Society is built on coercion…the attempt to get totally away from it totally is why we have ended up with such a lumpen proletariat who cant regulate themselves. The issue is who is doing the coercion and how much they are doing it.

      You presumably coerce your kids into going to bed on time and not eating refined sugar by the handful.

      I hope you WOULD coerce a teen son into not looking at porn or other drugs and coerce a teen daughter into NOT staying out all night partying and drinking with older men.

      I hope cops coerce people into paying their bills, not murdering me, etc … if they dont I am forced to coerce people that way myself.

      • cu.h.j says:

        I think this is true, some coercion in specific contexts are natural, like you mentioned with children to encourage healthy habits like with food choices. I was “coerced” into eating Brussel sprouts as a kid and I hated it but in retrospect I appreciate that she made me eat a healthy diet that consisted of home cooked meals. As a result I have a healthy body as an adult.

  41. m.mark says:

    Hi all,

    Can someone direct me to the link where the WHO spokesman says “We’ll tell everyone we’re running out so people will want to get it.”

    I looked at the last 8 NWNW and just didn’t see the link…


  42. marcd says:

    I recently came across this company named Deloitte and it instantly reminded of the QFC

    Deloitte is a company that provides professional networking, audit, consulting, tax, legal and private company services globally. On their website, they say “Building on more than 175 years of service, our network of member firms spans more than 150 countries and territories. Together, Deloitte’s more than 330,000 people worldwide make an impact that matters.”

    Hmm. As i continued to browse the site it didn’t take long to understand how connected they are globally. Period. Of course this company is not the only company but it does an amazing job showing how seemingly unrelated things can fit together perfectly in the eyes of globalists and technocrats.

    On their page titled “Future Of Government,” they layout their vision of an automated technology driven government (which we know is technocracy). How could that work?

    “Everything that is rule-based in government can be digitized and automated, creating a series of automated actions with minimal/no human input.”

    “Government by simulation: From infrastructure management, to city planning, to disaster management, governments use digital twin technology to help with scenario planning and modeling, which can improve precision and accuracy.”

    “Life events: No more navigating an alphabet soup of agencies and regulators across local, state, and federal jurisdictions. Services ranging from business permits to passports are joined up around life events and customer needs.”

    “Self-correcting government: Using unprecedented data sharing and analytics, organizations build a collective “memory”—an understanding of past failures and successes—and the ability to learn from that information.”

    I could go on but i want to finish up on this last point which is one of the first things i found on the site, “Deloitte’s 2020 GLOBAL BLOCKCHAIN SURVEY: From Promise to reality” One page 15 of the report which you can find here, they state in their section on Global Digital Identity “Until the general population develops a greater understanding-and acceptance-of digital identity, however, the full benefits provided by this technology will likely remain untapped.” Did you catch that? We must develop understanding and ACCEPTANCE towards their global digital identity.

    Oh and Deloitte is also the company that the CDC awarded a no bid contract to develop VAMS: Vaccine Administration Management System to organize US vaccine rollout.

  43. 8Gc58 says:

    Reported side effects from the COVID-19 vaccines, for Norway.

    The page uses official numbers from The Norwegian Medicines Agency.

  44. lizzie says:

    *****Sunday Service*****
    James Delingpole’s latest podcast warms tha very soul.
    It features Reverend Jamie who is a Church of England curate, a lockdown- and vaccine-sceptic, and co-host of the Irreverend podcast

    I especially liked the points they made about how we simply need to stop playing the game. They also speak about how they have been able to connect deeply with people during the last year. I have never connected this deeply with people before, it seems that the good hearted people are more clearly illuminated. I hope that all the good hearted people who are still following the narrative but know deep down that it’s wrong will find the power to come to the light side.

  45. flammable says:

    Let’s say you learn later that drinking and smoking while pregnant is bad for your unborn baby. Does learning that undo the past where you did drink and smoke? No it does not.

    So let’s say we have politicians saying for months that there is no need to hide from the virus and we should go out.

    Later they claimed that they were wrong and the virus spreads asymptomatically through the air and in close contact. Does knowing that later undo the months were there were possibly billions of close contact situations and thousands of superspreader events?

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