May Open Thread (2022)

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It's May Day, so you know what that means: Time for the monthly Corbett Report members open thread.

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  1. 2-D Chess Dweller says:

    The “Disinformation Governance Board” is getting a little media play, as it should. It should perhaps be called the “Ministry of Disinformation Attribution”.

    Whatever. Here’s a new article in which I fly a new term, the “Hindenburg Trial Balloon”:

    Have fun on this day of acknowledging the importance of organizing in society, under labour or other flags.

    Peace be with you,


    • 2-D Chess Dweller says:

      Or, how about for the Ministry:

      PropOrNot 2.0


    • 2-D Chess Dweller says:

      I always knew the Pistols would turn up somewhere in my Culture sections. They have finally found their place.

      In Sensurround sound in a two inch wall
      I was waiting for the communist call
      I didn’t ask for sunshine and I got World War III
      I’m looking over the wall and they’re looking at me

      Have fun,


    • beaconterraone says:

      Ideological Compliance Commissariat, United States Department of Fatherland Security.

      FedGov make all duckspeak goodthink, doubleplusgood!

    • 2-D Chess Dweller says:

      The surveillance platform at which I publish provides “Traffic statistics” which I shall not explain, else technical ZZZzzzzz.

      However, for the first time I have seen a crazy statistic for the “Hindenburg” article. In traffic numbers: 56%
      direct 40%
      (who cares about the rest)

      This is INSANE. I have NEVER seen this community’s representation anywhere near double figures. 56% ! ????? Two factors seems at play: happy position at the top of the April Open Thread topic, or in real estate terms, “position, position, position”. The other is perhaps a little censorship.

      See update for:

      I have claimed a similar position previously (top of the open thread topic), but not with an article which was as incendiary (pun seriously intended). So, its an inconclusive analysis.

      In any case, I thank the community for their support!

      Peace be with you,


    • 2-D Chess Dweller says:

      An article, of the “solutions” type, looking at civil institutions as creators and preservers of peace. On the ground reporting, to be followed by a component on the people who attended:

      The Culture section has not been created, but it certainly wont be the Pistols.


      • Duck says:


        Love Beethoven too.

        • 2-D Chess Dweller says:

          One must recall that Beethoven was profoundly deaf when he wrote this. He never heard his own symphony.

          Thank you for acknowledging my Culture section. In this age of insane information warfare I believe artists voices are essential, even if they are deaf and dead.

    • Tetracrypton says:


      Column supporter to lawfully

      dissent. Change overwhelming Local Leaders of Education initially.

      Crow family disregard rate of infection for respiratory illness

      regarding authoritarian leader’s implementation of national statutes or controls…

      Thats a Tetracypton, a puzzle poem.

      The solution is:

      Legally challenge Covid restrictions…

      but how?

  2. Gypster says:

    Isn’t it cute how Oblammo was recently talking about disinformation and losing trust in “our leaders” when he was one of the biggest LIARS around? 🤣

    I would like to introduce James and Co to a book titled “The Rape of The Mind” by Joost Meerloo. I think that it’s time we address psychopathic abuse because millions upon millions of people are codependent. Codependency is slightly less severe than Stockholm Syndrome and while James’ report on SS recently was very good and helpful, I think we need to keep attacking and exposing this angle.

    If it weren’t for a friend of mine doing the same in my abusive relationship, I would have endured so much more narcissistic abuse and probably would have ended up on drugs or worse. The mental abuse that these “leaders” —aka the predator class as Derrick Broze calls them— can stick for years. Only shining a light on the behavior can knock some people loose from codependency.

    Thanks for all you do, James.

    • 2-D Chess Dweller says:


      I had not heard of the book “Rape of the Mind” to which you refer. I am sad to hear that you have experienced this trauma and hope you have a supportive social structure around you to assist in your journey.

      The abuse of psychology is very old. James’ work on examining Edward Bernays may be of interest to you:



      • Gypster says:

        Yes I’m definitely aware of and have studied Bernays. Thank you for your kind words.

        • 2-D Chess Dweller says:


          As a counter to the psychological abuse of the general media, I am beginning to focus on positive, constructive efforts. It is an echo of the “Solutions” series which JC has been running.

          I recently attended a Peace Festival. One of the speakers was from Colombia. The psychiatrist spoke of the positive role of persons recovering from abuse in Colombia’s conflict resolution process. You may find this of interest. The article provides time offsets for the very long video.

          Alberto (Prof Fergusson) is at 01:28:55. He speaks for 15 minutes. I found his talk thought provoking.

  3. 🕷 says:

    Letter to the editor sent in 2014.

    We have been fed misinformation by the major media institutions for decades. Those that do not search for alternative news on the Internet will be misled by the mainstream propaganda conglomerate. Here is a short list of alternative perspectives:

    Slobodan Milosevic, past president of Serbia, was not preparing to massacre civilians in Kosovo. He was no threat to his neighbors nor to the US.

    Saddam Hussein, past president of Iraq, did not possess weapons of mass destruction, did not have anything to do with the World Trade Center attack, did not try to purchase yellow cake from Nigeria and did not have anything to do with Al Qaeda. He was no threat to his neighbors nor to the US.

    Muammar Qaddafi, past president of Libya, was not preparing to massacre civilians in Benghazi. He was no threat to his neighbors nor to the US.

    Bashar Assad, president of Syria, did not use chemical weapons on Syrian civilians. He is no threat to his neighbors nor to the US.

    Neither Russia nor the Ukrainian separatists had anything to do with the downing of the Malaysian airline.

    The formation of ISIS and the Islamic State is the direct result of CIA/US funding of terrorists in Syria.

    All this and more is available to those who seek the truth.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Says, I like your well expressed letter hitting bullet points.

      You mention Yellow Cake from Africa.
      Here is a segue…

      — Fair Game Tidbit Trivia —
      James Evan Pilato – Sante Fe – CIA – Sean Pean – Movies – Yellow Cake –
      …and…Trump’s “Filling the Swamp”

      James Pilato brings up Sean Pean. Sean Pean starred in a “true” story 2010 film entitled:
      Fair Game.
      See how the “true life characters” of the film are in the ‘backyard’ of James Evan Pilato…

      Says, I think the yellow cake scenario was in Niger which is on the north border of Nigeria.

      • 🕷 says:

        Hi HRS, I’m spider with a new avatar.

      • 🕷 says:

        Yes, Niger. I often make these kinds of mistakes as I mostly write off the top of my head and rely on memory. Ha.

      • nosoapradio says:

        I hope you won’t be offended HRS

        but I laughed and laughed when I saw you addressed “spider” as “Says”!

        You coulda addressed him/her as “colon” or the date as well!

        In fact, I’m still laughing!

        but don’t worry! I’m sure you’ll have the last word this time, HAL! I mean PAL!! I mean


        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          I’m not offended …Not at all.
          I burst out laughing too…that mental conceptual image…
          …After I realized my myopic mistake, while just about asleep for the night and with the imagination running, I burst out laughing while entertaining the silliness of the scenario including the “colon”.

    • mik says:


      “Slobodan Milosevic, past president of Serbia, was not preparing to massacre civilians in Kosovo. He was no threat to his neighbors ….”

      I see your statement as an exemplar whitewash. By narrowing time frame one gets completely wrong picture.

      I don’t know for sure what happened on Kosovo, but be sure Milošević and his minions were capable of everything, proven by history.
      Bombing of Serbia happened after Milošević destroyed a lot of Croatia and Bosnia with more than 100k death toll and no destruction of Serbia. At the time Milošević was on downward path and probably not a threat to neighbours any more. But don’t forget he started wars in ex-Yugoslavia and he was really bad mf.

      • SomeoneInGermany says:

        M. died before the end of the trial. He was never found guilty. Even on Wikipedia there are arguments presented against him being guilty.

        I knew people in German military at the time. They got the real picture. They weren’t told anything about genocide, Hufeisenplan and all the other propaganda they stuffed into our throats at that time.

        I have zero stake in this thing besides feeling cheated at me (again).

        • mik says:

          “I have zero stake in this…”

          My stake is to tell the whole truth. I’m Slovene and I lived in ex-Yu and being old enough at the time to remember everything. After the war I travelled on business all across Croatia and Bosnia and talk with people about the war. I heard a lot first hand experiences. Un-fucking-believable stories, too.

          “…presented against him [Milošević] being guilty”

          Guilty of what? Genocide? There was no genocide during ex-Yu wars. Ethnic cleansening on all sides, yes. And tonnes of other war shit.

          In previous comment I said narrowing time frame (Ukraine style). To properly understand ex-Yu wars it is essential to start observing at late 1980ies when Milošević started to rise. He fomented Serbian nationalism raising masses to support him. He was instrumental for the war.
          Unfortunately, in alternative media another story is prevalent, a narrative centred around unlawful Nato bombardment. This story starts at 1995, meanly omitting many important historical facts and then you get the epitome of Serbian whitewash, documentary The Weight of Chains. Watching the documentary one gets feeling Serbs were the main victims. Fact is, Croats and Bosnians suffered tremendously more, in lives and material.

          To properly understand the role of Serbia, in fact Milošević, in ex-Yu wars I recommend the following article:

          This is well sourced article, but I’m not sure sources are available in English. Certainly it’s approved by me, maybe not in its entirety. Corbett report logo is unjustifiably posted in the article…CR is not pimping Serbian whitewash.

    • ksw says:

      I’m sorry to be disagreeable
      But everyone you mentioned is indeed “a threat to his neighbors”
      People that seek power, and attain some power, generally never stop seeking power.
      BUT they need the means to aquire more power and sometimes they miscalculate e.g Saddam in Kuwait
      As for that example, in regards to “WMD”
      That was a pretense
      Saddam having chemical weapons that would endanger a nuclear weaponized country…that’s laughable

      • Duck says:


        I don’t really care what neighbors do to each other…. I certainly don’t think it’s worth going over and burning down their house because THEY want to fight with each other.

        Let them kill each other for all I care

    • 🕷 says:

      I wont reply to those that have succumbed to state propaganda, only to explain that I was following the latest flashback in showing the propaganda that preceded each of these undefensible attacks on sovereign countries. I stand by all of the claims made in this letter to the editor.

  4. A few weeks ago, JC was interviewed by Yohan Tengra, and when asked during the interview, expressed a fairly conventional view on God and creation, which sparked a discussion about this issue between a couple of CR members. This motivated me to express my own views on these subjects and also on this kind of discussion. What follows underneath is a modified short version of an article posted on my web site (linked in my CR username above). I’m posting it here because it was inspired by a discussion on this forum:

    Whenever people talk about “the God Question”, the discussion almost invariably tends to boil down to the simple question of whether or not God exists. On the one hand, people of a religious inclination will confidently assert that God does indeed exist and created everything a very long time ago. On the other side of the debate, the atheists will insist that God does not exist. They reckon that such an idea is preposterous, and that everything was created for unknown reasons many billions of years ago by an inexplicable “big bang”, or some other equally mysterious cosmic event.

    Maybe it’s time to consider an alternative approach to this philosophical and existential conundrum? In its commonly accepted meaning, the word “God”, and the resulting division into two incompatible camps of useless quarrelling, serve as obstacles to a true understanding of Life and the mysterious ways in which it moves.

    What if……

    Life is an ongoing process of conscious creative intelligence; a living, dynamic, ever unfolding mystery of such proportions and multifaceted complexity that it is beyond the capacity of the human mind to truly understand the infinite totality of its true nature.

    There is only ever Life, it is only ever happening now, and it doesn’t make any sense to postulate a “God” separate from the process of Life itself, because that would literally put God in an external position to Life, which would be meaningless. Universal consciousness is the divine principle by which Life observes itself, or to put it into somewhat more poetic terms; Consciousness is the all-seeing eye with which God sees itself.

    We are all externalised forms of the heartbeat of Life itself. We are the divine made manifest on Earth, yet it is completely up to each of us what we do with this most remarkable gift. We are all co-creators in the great cosmic drama of Life, and at heart we are one with all Life.

    Our very being is consciousness itself, without which no existence, experience or reality is ever possible. It is the very same consciousness that is aware of these words and their meaning. Consciousness is beyond all forms, yet one with and transcending all possible worlds, forms and appearances. We are that, or as so simply and beautifully expressed more than 2500 years ago in the Chāndogya Upanishad: “Tat Twam Asi” – You Are That!

    • Steve Smith says:

      “ What if……

      Life is an ongoing process of conscious creative intelligence; a living, dynamic, ever unfolding mystery of such proportions and multifaceted complexity that it is beyond the capacity of the human mind to truly understand the infinite totality of its true nature.”

      Sounds like God to me.

    • Duck says:

      Laughing buddha
      “…..There is only ever Life, it is only ever happening now, and it doesn’t make any sense to postulate a “God” separate from the process of Life itself, because that would literally put God in an external position to Life, which would be meaningless. …..”

      That SOUNDS profound but you make no case as to WHY that would be true…..I can totally imagine a universe where an external God creates life, for reasons I can imagine or for reasons beyond my ab6to comprehend.

      Not a theologian here but what you propose sounds like monism or some such. That kind of theology was argued thru way back in the early days of christianity and found wanting. Jay Dyer does theology and history he could probably argue such things with knowledge.

      Our very being is consciousness itself, without which no existence, experience or reality is ever possible….”

      That again sounds good… but WHY should it be so? It’s as arbitrary as materialism

      This kind of thinking is popular with the NWO because it leaves people without solid guidance to right or wrong and wallowing in relativism.

      No offense intended. Just making counter points.

      • Thanks for your response. Don’t worry, I’m not easily offended, and I value your input very much. In my defence, I’d like to say that it’s not really possible to do proper justice to this particular view of Life/God/Existence in a short message of max 500 words, and even the full version of the article mentioned is at best nothing more than an introduction. And I have indeed written more extensively about all this elsewhere.

        To briefly comment on a couple of points you make, yes, I can certainly also imagine a God external to Life, which for whatever reason created what we know as Life some time in a distant past, but that idea just doesn’t make any sense to me. By Life I mean all that is, including all possibility and probability of anything. Life is all one unified whole; a conscious creative intelligence without which there is nothing, not even emptiness or a vacuum. We all know that such a “no-existence” state of affairs is impossible…but how can it be that everything just is? God only knows…(just kidding!)…but it is certainly possible to imagine all sorts of scenarios here, such as God being that jovial bearded bloke down at the pub who enjoys his pint of lager every evening, giving you a thumbs up and a broad friendly smile every time he sees you…but does that make sense? Who knows, maybe to some it does…

        When I say that no existence, experience or reality without consciousness is possible, I say so because it’s obvious that nobody has ever had any such experience. Whatever we happen to be experiencing is always only an appearance within consciousness, which is the essential foundation for absolutely everything. There is indeed conscious experience, and that is an indisputable fact.

        Your guidance to right and wrong needs to come from within, otherwise it’s something second-hand, which may or may not be helpful to you. The deeper your self-knowledge, the more reliable your inner guidance.

        You are right, what I propose does sound like some kind of monism, but just because someone once upon a time brought forward some kind of more or less convincing argument against this type of theology/philosophy doesn’t do anything to negate or disprove it. In any case, we all feel drawn to different kinds of philosophies of Life, because we are after all unique expressions of Life. Let’s embrace and celebrate this diversity of approaches, and accept it all as yet another splendid display of Life’s infinite creativity.

        • Duck says:

          Hi laughing buddha
          “…I say so because it’s obvious that nobody has ever had any such experience….”

          A materialist would say that
          The earth existed before life…that life existed before consciousness and Australia existed before the first human set foot there.

          “…Whatever we happen to be experiencing is always only an appearance within consciousness, which is the essential foundation forabsolutely everything….”

          That is an interesting viewpoint but I see no reason to believe it.

          “….here is indeed conscious experience, and that is an indisputable fact….”

          I personally agree that people are conscious but I have heard materialisidentity that it does, along with free will.

          “…Your guidance to right and wrong needs to come from within, otherwise it’s something second-hand, which may or may not be helpful to yo….”

          Then no one can argue that Bill Gates, Ted Bundy or Hitler did wrong because they followed their own inner right and wrong…. a pleasant but not useful philosophy I think.

          • We do seem to disagree quite profoundly on these issues, and that is no problem. You quote “materialists” a couple of times, so you probably subscribe to a materialist world view, which is fine, but quite obviously incompatible with the world view that I am expressing. We are probably never going to see eye to eye about any of this – and that’s OK!

            “…A materialist would say that
            The earth existed before life…that life existed before consciousness and Australia existed before the first human set foot there.”

            Yes, a materialist would of course say that, so no surprises there! One of the most fundamental assumptions of our entire civilisation is that there is a material world “out there” that exists independently of consciousness. This is hardly ever questioned by anyone, but do we really know that it is so? What we do know is that without consciousness no experience is possible…..but of course, if you have ever had an experience outside of consciousness, please do share it with us. I would love to hear about it!

            I presume that what you are trying to say with the word “materialisidentity” in your message is that (at least some) materialists deny the existence of consciousnes altogether. However, when asked the simple question; “Are you conscious now?” even the most fanatical materialist would have to respond “Yes!”

            And finally: “…Then no one can argue that Bill Gates, Ted Bundy or Hitler did wrong because they followed their own inner right and wrong…. a pleasant but not useful philosophy I think.”

            I’m not sure if I follow the logic of this. Regarding the people you mentioned, whether “they followed their own inner right and wrong” or somebody else’s right and wrong, wouldn’t the end result be the same anyway? These people, and many more like them, have no inner moral compass or integrity, no conscience, compassion or empathy with anyone else. That is something that comes only with self-knowledge, and the psychopaths of the world have none of that. Those people do not act from moral integrity, but from pure selfishness, which is the most obvious sign of complete ignorance of one’s true nature.

            In any case, we are all different, which of course is the natural order of things. We all construct our philosophy of life in a way that makes sense to us, and gives us a sense of meaning. I am not trying to convince anyone of anything, yet it can still be useful (and maybe even fun!) to talk about these issues with other people – even when we don’t agree!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Laughing Buddha,
      Thanks for the write-up.

    • jo-ann says:

      Like so many others, I have tried develop a personal philosophy about the universe that I could be content with. Recently I came across this prose, that resonated with me enough to print it out. Once could substitute “God” for “Existence” for easier comprehension.


      1. Existence is the ultimate force in the universe and source of all religion.
      2. The soul or life-force is a dynamic link between Existence and all living things.
      3. Moral law is based on a relationship between Existence and the soul.
      4. Responsibility and accountability are based on a hierarchy of moral and intellectual values.
      5. There are five intellectual values: Science, Wisdom, Understanding, Prudence and Art.
      6. There are ten moral values: Courage, Self-Restraint (Continence), Liberality, Magnificence, Magnanimity (selfless generosity), Honor, Gentleness, Friendship, Truthfulness, and Justice.
      7. The vices or bad habits, such as gluttony, greed, laziness, intemperance, lack of self-restraint (incontinence), cowardice, injustice, lying, parsimony (cheapness), rudeness, ill-temper, impatience, violence and hatred are the doorway to evil.
      8. Honor and happiness come to those who practice moral and intellectual excellence.
      9. The family is the first school of the soul.
      10. All things return to Existence. This is the basis for the mystery of life.


      • Duck says:

        “…6. There are ten moral values: Courage, Self-Restraint (Continence), Liberality, Magnificence, Magnanimity (selfless generosity), Honor, Gentleness, Friendship, Truthfulness, and Justice….”

        What MAKES them moral values?

        You need a compelling reason to pick those values you list as virtues rather then the more obvious and delightful ones like aiming ‘To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of the women’ ….?

        WITHOUT a divine reward it is singularly stupid to help others who can not help you, to give justice to those who can not force you to, and NOT to exterminate your competitors if your able.

        That is how people acted in the past, and they speed towards it again as we “advance”

        • jo-ann says:


          I inferred from the linked web site that these moral values were picked by the founders of the USA, who believed that the Constitution could not protect the union from tyranny unless the nation was governed by moral leaders.

          I could not argue what makes these values “moral values” without studying the religious and social beliefs of the era in which they were written. (I have never considered Magnificence a virtue, likely due to folks like Carnegie, Rockefeller and Gates.)

          BTW – I disagree that it is stupid to help people without a divine reward. I never subscribed to the theory of divine rewards (or punishments) and there is no mention of it within The Founder’s Code.

          • Duck says:

            Jo ann

            “…BTW – I disagree that “it is stupid to help people without a divine reward.” ….”


            If there is no divine reward or punishment then what possible benefit could be accrued by granting charity or mercy to anyone outside my tribe or blood line? OR in respecting their ‘rights’ if I have the power to do so without fear?

            I am interested in hearing your POV on this.

            I think that the Fohnders actually believed that the nation’s laws were only suited to a Moral PEOPLE….leaders being 2ndary…and by moral they meant the now lost Christian morality of that culture.

            “…Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.

            John Adams…”

            • cu.h.j says:

              But isn’t a human wired for empathy in general? Mirror neurons? I feel good after helping someone and bad when I hurt someone who is undeserving of harm. Humans are social beings and helping people when able to feels good in my opinion. I don’t personally need a divine reward, but a smile from a person that I have helped makes me feel good about my time spent. I think a lot of people are this way BTW.

              • Duck says:


                “…But isn’t a human wired for empathy in general? …”

                Empathy that helps you take care of your own genetic heritage…family, tribe, ethnicity,even race. Its NOT naturally given to outsider’s ….. whole peoples exterminated…

                Stone age people killing all the non prime age women (babies too) execution style to the back of the head… I can find articles but

       is an OLDER horror

                People take care of their family and their tribe…. so I guess you CAN argue that a super racist ethnostate might display unwarranted kindness but no other people group in history have ever given unrewarded kindness to those OUTSIDE their line group UNLESS driven by a religious impulse.

              • cu.h.j says:


                Is there any research that shows that mirror neurons don’t function with “outsiders”?

                Aren’t there examples of kindness and mercy shown to outsiders in history?

                I think this topic is interesting and can use greater exploration.

                It’s true that there are many examples of harm done by humans against those that are viewed as outsiders as you list, but could this also be the influence of “leaders” who manipulate for their own gain?

                JC had a podcast about “rule by the worst” how psychopaths tend to rise to the top.

                Also, genetic variation provides an evolutionary advantage and minimizes in-breeding and genetic flaws within a tribe. If people mate within their own tribe for too long genetic malfunctions pop up. Example of Tay-Sachs among European Jews.

                I think cooperation is an evolutionary mechanism “built in” that promotes the survival of our species.

              • Steve Smith says:

                I don’t know the technical issues about how the brain works in regards to things like this but I know that I often feel a deep empathy with people that I don’t know and even, perhaps more often, with animals.

                I believe that the idea of doing things to help people, or animals with the hope of a Devine reward is verging on being anti Christian. The only Devine reward I am hoping for is the one that I have already received a couple of millennia ago.
                My reward for helping when my help is needed is how it makes me feel when I see the results and the lessening of the shared pain that the empathy initially produced.

              • cu.h.j says:


                I agree with your view that doing things for a divine reward is contrary to the spirit of Christianity and even other religions and spiritual traditions.

                People may be incentivized to perform activities for personal gain, material or divine, but don’t people perform acts of kindness and goodness for no perceived reward at all? I think there are many examples of this. For example giving a homeless person a sandwich or other food item if they appear hungry. I don’t think to myself “what can I get from doing this?” When I see a hungry person who looks uncomfortable, I recall being uncomfortable and how that feels and feel empathy toward the person and want to ease their suffering.

                I have even donated to causes to ease suffering of those in need in other countries. Perhaps my donations were misused, but I thought that my funds may ease suffering of people who look different from myself. I have also donated to animal causes as well, a completely different species from myself. And I am not the only one who feels compelled to help suffering animals or people. In fact there are those who are far more generous than me.

                When some neuro-typical babies see sad facial expressions they cry because of mirror neurons. I remember I could cause my baby sister to cry with sad music and a sad look on my face. I know this was kind of devious to try to reproduce this in her, but I was a kid at the time and I thought it was cute, her cute little sad face. I would always make her laugh after though. I was 8 at the time and wouldn’t do this now.

                If people only helped and interacted with people in their own tribe they may have a smaller gene pool and perhaps die off over time. I think empathy and cooperation are built in survival mechanism and don’t depend on material or perceived divine reward. I honestly don’t know what lies beyond the physical realm, but feel rewarded in the here and now to do mostly good with my interactions. At least do as little harm as possible. Maybe this is because I had a good mom who modeled this type of behavior. Who knows.

                Also, the manifestation of PTSD in many soldiers after wars shows that war an violence has a harmful effect on some individuals. Though violence can be used for survival and is sometimes necessary (IMO), it can have a negative effect on normally wired humans.

              • Duck says:


                1) On sympathy for outsiders I know of zero examples on history where a people group were merciful or kind or helpful to other people groups WHEN IT HAD A COST….EXCEPT where instructed to do so by religious drives…even then such exames are rare

                IF YOU HAVE EXAMPLES I would be interested to hear them.

                2) I repeat mirror neurons are to help us understand other people…. dogs understand pain and show sympathy for their humans or pack mates suffering but LOVE the sound of pain coming from prey animals

                3)PTSD is not caused by DOING violence but by suffering stress and fear.
                Do you hear of slaughter house workers getting PTSD after wallowing in blood and death all day? I do not

                4) co operation and mercy are not ALWAYS useful in pure material terms…. it does ZERO service to me or my family to feed Africa. To be brutally materialist it is a GOOD thing for them to die since it makes space for my genetics.

                I understand you are female which is why you have higher urge to nurture…. but generally speaking the rise of feminine thinking and power Mark’s the death or end of a civilization and the rise of a new more primitive system
                See Fate of empires
                Sir John glub

                Also he has the sequel Search for survival….its better to read bith but the audio is ok

              • cu.h.j says:


                I will research historical examples of kindness toward outsiders and when I find them post them here. As I said before peoples can be influenced by psychopathic leaders and behave in ways that are abnormal and cruel. People also behave differently during times of perceived scarcity.

                Steve mentioned he feels empathy and is a man. Empathy and kindness are not limited to females.

                I will try to find the study on babies and mirror neurons, that imply that empathy is innate, not dependent on perceived gain, material or otherwise.

                If people only try to spread their own genes and eliminate others, inbreeding occurs over time. There are many examples of genetic traits caused by too much mating within a group. I listed Tay Sachs among European Jews and there are other genetic diseases as well.

                PTSD is caused by stress AND trauma caused by violence. There are many examples of soldiers who have remorse after killing people abroad and have a hard time living with those acts. Not all, but a lot. My grandfather had this happen and he was a pilot so did not see his targets, but nevertheless had guilt about some of his missions. He had nightmares for many years after. Many soldiers felt bad about killing, especially civilians. This is a component of some cases of PTSD.

                I haven’t ever known people who work in slaughter houses, but would venture a guess that some of them find it unpleasant and find another job. Killing to eat is also a more nuanced topic. Animals must eat to survive and the act of killing is done out of necessity, not a desire to cause suffering. Prey drive in animals has to do with eating. Many small cattle ranchers provide care for their livestock and want to minimize suffering. Do they do so because they think to themselves “will there be a divine reward?” I don’t think so.

                You seem to be saying that religion and a belief in going to heaven or being punished is what dictates moral behavior and I disagree with this. James Corbett does not strike me as a religious man and conducts himself in a very admirable ethical manner.

                Perhaps religious beliefs are good for people who need reward or punishment to behave ethically, but this is not required for all people to behave ethically. I would venture a guess that there are some atheists who behave ethically and I will look for examples of those and post them.

              • Duck says:

                I look forw6to see examples 🙂

                I never said mirror neurons don’t work…but they clearly don’t stop people having slaves or genociding others.

                I never said men don’t feel empathy but it is much stronger in women because women needed it more for child rearing and survival

                As to inbreeding…. obviously SOME inbreeding is desirable for your Gene’s (see ‘selfish gene’ by the awful Ricard Dawkins ) otherwise there would not be ethnicity.

                Red heads exist because of cousins inbreeding… the average Englishman has more Gene’s in. Common with other English men the. With germans…. both have more genes in common than they do with a turk or Somali…. Somalis look utterly different then Nigerians who are themselves broken up into ethnicity tribes….because they naturally like to breed with people who look and act like themselves…as to Jews ashkenazi are all cousins and they are ok aside having a higher mental illness rate and the odd genetic sickness even though they do endogamy

                As for blaming the psychopath… who chooses such people as their leader and why??? They are still chosen for nasty jobs like killing people in war or exploiting corporate labor….we have ALWAYS wanted them for such things…. but now they are like bunnies in Australia, gone wild in the weird modern social ecology

              • Duck says:

                As to religion

                “….Supernatural punishment across nations seems to predict lower crime rates,” Shariff said. “At this stage, we can only speculate about mechanisms, but it’s possible that people who don’t believe in the possibility of punishment in the afterlife feel like they can get away with unethical behavior. There is less of a divine deterrent.”

              • cu.h.j says:

                Slavery and genocide are abnormal and harmful phenomenon. Perhaps these are made more acceptable with abnormal group psychology. I think they are pathological phenomenon and unnatural.

                As to why people allow psychopaths to function as leaders, part of this is through manipulation of trust in normal people.

                Some in-breeding might occur and produce desirable traits, but over time errors occur. In breeds of dogs and cats there are many genetic weaknesses that pop up, even if the physical characteristics might appear better, the actual health of the animal suffers.

                Will post those examples when I find them…

              • Duck says:

                If slavery and genocide are ABNORMAL then why are they realpolitik for most of human history?

                Why are there more slaves tod6then ever in the past? And why were religiously driven weirdos the only people willing to stand up to society and say slavery was wrong and then fight a hugely destructive war to stop it?

                Again… too much inbreeding is fatal but were it not the norm to do endogamy there would be no racial and ethnic groups at all.

                Those who DONT do endogamy are replaced by those that do

              • cu.h.j says:

                Crime rates and belief in hell study was interesting, will try to find the actual study. Sure, some people with higher proclivity toward crime may be deterred by perceived punishment. But is criminality normal? I was referring to normal average people, not the outliers. This study needs further in depth analysis, will look for it and post when I get more time.

                Breeding among the similar may be due to location selecting nearby mates rather than venturing out. Perhaps in general people like to mate with similar, but there are outliers that add genetic advantages to the group. Also, people learn to do things from different types of people. Cooperation has advantages. Friendship of outsiders has rewards, expanding technical skills and knowledge and ways of understanding the world. Tribalism can be problematic and destructive. Look at Israel/Palestine. When people only see in tribe members as human, this makes genocide more likely. The process of dehumanizing others in my opinion is pathological.

              • Duck says:


                Criminality is an idea based on the idea of law…. it’s not criminal for a head hunter or cave man to eat his rivals kids.

                Slavery has been legal for most of history….. throwing people to lions was the cable TV of ancient Rome.

                Why is christendom different in its ideas (certainly NOT always its practice, lol) from the rest of the world?

            • That John Adams quote is the one I post most often. It seems to fit (and explain) so many situations. The Constitution is eviscerated without a biblical basis.

              Another favorite quote of mine for the past 25 years (unrelated to this, but excellent and I like to put it out there when I can) is:

              “There are certain things that are true no matter how much someone may deny them. In the economic realm, for instance, you cannot legislate the poor into independence by legislating the wealthy out of it. You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it. Government cannot give to people what it does not first take away from people. And that which one man received without working for, another man must work for without receiving.” – Kenneth W. Sollitt

              • mkey says:

                Oh, that quote is indeed very nice. He’s stating that 1+1=2 basically, but wording is very eloquent and presented in a nice, both contemporary and timeless package.

          • jo-ann says:

            I would have to think on this more – and no time right now.

            • jo-ann says:

              The simple answer is given in the code:
              8. Honor and happiness come to those who practice moral and intellectual excellence.

              • Duck says:

                Those are fine words… but why would you think that they are true?

              • jo-ann says:

                Reply to Duck on “why would you think that they are true”:

                I stated only that it resonated with me enough to print it out.

                I am not here to debate philosophy or psychology, only to seek and offer potential solutions for others to consider.

    • Laughing Buddha personally from what I’ve been through with some of my friends and family with man-made religion since 2007 after discovering all these scams they choose to ignore (9/11 scam, 2001 weaponized anthrax scam, USS Liberty scam, “Federal” Reserve scam, Lavon Affair scam, Gulf of Tonkin scam, JFK, RFK, MLK scams, AIPAC scam, Maxwell/Epstein pedo blackmail scams being unrevealed and unprosecuted, etc.) I’m glad I discovered Deism a few years ago because that’s closest to how I’ve naturally felt all my life anyway. It has helped me a lot. I wish for all people to come together with their reason. Nature is our god and mankind just doesn’t know everything. Let’s start putting Deism Centers all over the world for the young people and get back to normal eventually. Deism for a humble natural state.

      • Fact Checker says:

        Deism is certainly more reasonable on a moral basis than the barbaric, abominable Abrahamic slave-cults, but it really doesn’t offer any better substance to the question of the origin of the Universe. On a certain level, it shares the problem with the Abrahamic war-god YHWH: that it purports to explain the existence of the universe, by positing some pre-existing entity whose power, scope, and complexity are even greater still. It just doesn’t get you any where, but rather raises more questions than it purports to answer.

        There’s really no reason to believe in an apathetic deist “blind watchmaker” any more than there is to believe in some cartoonish Jewish desert-sky-monster.

        Is the notion of deism less laughably insulting to the intelligence than YHWH-ism?


        Is Deism a useful or plausible hypothesis in its own right?


        • Duck says:

          “….This is why Fact Checker ignores Steve Smith….”

          But…. you clearly Fact Checker is NOT ignoring him.

          • Steve Smith says:

            Good point Duck. It is a little funny that he would be so bothered by me. After all he does think he’s my “better”.

            I thought the fellow wanted arguments. I quoted a scholar who has researched the question of whether or not Jesus was an anarchist.
            Clearly I agree with the James Redford and disagree with fackchecker. So I figured that quoting someone making scholarly arguments against his own would be acceptable to him and he would jump at the chance to use argumentation to put me in my place.
            But alas, all he could manage is to insult the author and myself.
            Oh well.

            • Duck says:

              0Sadly I don’t think fact checker feels better than anyone.

              I think he feels useless and helpless and, like mesophelies in the way Faust says, “misery loves company”
              And desires others to join in the suffering 🙁

              Hmn…. glad I saved the one from the Globe. This one looks an inferior production but is still up

              • Steve Smith says:

                Well, can’t say I know how he feels. But I will never forget when he rebuked and ridiculed me for having the temerity to talk back to my “better” during an exchange at a time when I thought there was a possibility of carrying on a civil conversation with him. A notion I am no longer deluding myself with.

                Nope. Not likely to forget that anytime soon. 🙁

      • Duck says:

        Micael Atkinson
        “… I wish for all people to come together with their reason….”

        WHY would people come together because of reason?

        Reason gives me no reason to do any thing at all… our resident doom pill’er, Fact Checker, is well equipped with reason. He’s using his reason to promote the death of humanity…. as is Bill Gates.

        “….Nature is our god and mankind just doesn’t know everything….”

        Deism is just early stage atheism.

        It can not create a morality that has any real hope of standing up to human appetite… its the modern equivalent of Classical philosophy which never had mass appeal and almost never prevented its adherents, like Seneca, from disgusting behavior…compare letters from a stoic vs his use of pederasty and vice for gain

        • hanky says:

          “Those are fine words… but why would you think that they are true?”
          You make a lot of good points. But you are mean.
          This doesn’t have to be a debate contest. More energy in building bridges, and less in one-upsmanship might be considered.

          We already have plenty of mean atheists, as well as Christians. We have a bigger enemy now,and he is willing to exploit our divisions. Beware ego and pride of intellectual dexterity.

          • Duck says:

            “…You make a lot of good points. But you are mean…..”

            I am sorry if you feel that I am attacking you personally…but that is a very childish response and (channeling stefan molyneux…. 😉 ) NOT an argument. If you can’t answer my points it means you have more thinking to do and it happens to me plenty of times too.

            I would rather be mean then wrong, especially if my life depends on being right.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              That is a wrong evaluation of Hanky, and you missed his point.

              • Duck says:

                Ok…seriously and not being rude here
                What was it?
                I do tend to miss social cues

              • Fact Checker says:

                Everybody look closely at Steve Smith’s tactic here. He chides Fact Checker for quoting the Bible directly, calling it a “swing and a miss.”

                Thereby, he outright disavows fealty to the Holy Bible, and expressly renounces it. Okay, fine, but I wasn’t trying to defend the Holy Bible. Just like Steve Smith (evidently), I too think it is utterly bullshit. Tell Steve I wasn’t swinging and missing. The Bible was the BALL, not the BAT.

                Then, he block-quotes some interminable pilpul from “”.
                So apparently, Steve Smith adheres to a religion for which a website called “” is in fact the one true sacred text.

                I guess he is a “famguardian.organist”. That’s all well and good, I guess, but I wasn’t speaking to famguardian.orgianity. I was speaking to Christianity. And showing that Christianity is incapatible with libertarianism—not that Famguaridian.orgianity was anything in particular. I had never even heard of famguardianianity until today. (And it’s not interesting, incidentally.)

                So, I’m really not sure why he is referring to me in his famguardian.orgianistic ramblings. It’s just a totally different topic. Very weird.

                This is why Fact Checker ignores Steve Smith.

            • cu.h.j says:

              Perhaps because he feels that you are disparaging another’s religious beliefs. Spiritual practices and beliefs if they aren’t harming others and provide benefit for the individuals shouldn’t be disparaged IMO.

              This is what FC has done as well. It’s fine if he doesn’t like Christianity fine, but to insist that his view is fact and remark negatively is rude, IMO. If people find inspiration from reading the bible, there’s nothing wrong with this. We don’t know that Christianity is a “trick by Jews” to enslave man kind as FC insists. If he believes this, fine, but there’s no proof.

              Also, I was reading about Deism because I had never heard of it and if it speaks to some people and provides some benefit, who cares?

              There’s got to be something in any religious text or practice that allows for respecting others views. I think actions speak louder than words. If a person tries to do good in their community, to me this is more important that what particular belief they might have.

              Imposing ones views about things that are beliefs is a bit rude, IMO. It’s similar to some interactions with some fundamentalist Christians that someone will go to hell if they don’t do X,Y, and Z because that’s what they think the Bible says or what their beliefs say. The person may even do more good than they themselves do. Religious beliefs and spiritual beliefs are personal and people have the right to hold different beliefs.

              I agree with the US constitution in that regard, that people have religious freedom.

              I don’t think you are “mean” perhaps a little rigid in some of your views, but many people are this way. It can be what holds a person together. I tend to like to try to look at another persons perspective, but might be rigid in my views as well.

              • Duck says:


                I don’t want to impose my ideas… I want to test them to see if they make sense and work…. i have changed my opinion on a ton of things because of arguments I’ve had online or IRL.

                As a society we have gotten into the habit of thinking all stupid ideas are equally valid and such stupid ideas will hurt and kill people.

                An obvious example is Trans kids but how many people do you know who make bad life choices based on silly ideas they don’t ever test? I

                I am sorry if people take what I say as a person attack.Thanks for responding 🙂

              • Jed says:

                Howdy c.u. Deism, sounds like some form of Buddhism?, if so then it’s ok by me. Any religion that’s like Buddhism can’t be all bad. Who was saying that Christianity is nothing more than Jewish trickery? Lol. It’s plainly Roman trickery. Statistically if finance is what’s being weighed, Jews are the most successful people (culture more than religion) on this planet and that makes other people jealous. I think underhanded collusion and conspiracy do exist but it’s a British thing, not Jewish. I think we’re all genetically modified Neanderthals, bred to be slaves by a race of colonizing irresponsible douchbags, and the thought of anyone on their knees praying to these yahoos makes me chuckle. Please don’t believe everything I think, I try not to.

              • Fact Checker says:

                c u h j: “We don’t know that Christianity is a ‘trick by Jews’ to enslave man kind as FC insists. …there’s no proof.”

                There’s no shortage of excellent evidence of this thesis: historical, archeological, scriptural, and circumstantial:


                There’s certainly much better evidence for the Jesus Hoax thesis than there is for the idea that snakes talked, or a staff turned into a snake, or a woman turned into a pillar of salt, or a man ressurected from the dead, and then came back from the dead himself, and then floated up into the clouds like a magic wizard-fairy from Mars.

                As Adam Green of Know More News quite perfectly puts it, What’s at least more plausible: that all these magical miracles actually happened, or that the Jews who wrote the Bible made it up? (The question, of course, answers itself.)


                Please do study up before making claims of “no proof”. To say there’s “no proof” when you yourself haven’t studied the issue at all is just willful blindness.

              • cu.h.j says:

                I’ll check out the links FC. My views of Jesus are that he was a philosopher and early anarchist that opposed central banking and said some things that were very enlightened for the time. If he was or wasn’t the son of god is not as important to me as some of the messages imparted. Perhaps god is also a philosopher?

                The idea of self reflection that can be interpreted is a good one IMO, rather than examining others, to look inward first.

                God means different things to different people. If god is energy that brings forth life, then all living things are gods off-spring in a sense.

              • Fact Checker says:

                A built-in assumption in your “let’s-all-just-get-along” attitude, c u h j, as someone who doesn’t believe in any of these myths, but wants to “respect others’ beliefs,” is that the beliefs don’t matter. That they’re just harmless affectations that should be encouraged as long as they make people feel better. Like ideological fashion statements. You are happy to “celebrate the diversity of culture” when it comes to religion.

                This is actually a more deeply disparaging view of religion than mine is. At least I credit these myths as having real power, and as having the potential for real consequences. You, on the other hand, treat religion as trivial self-help affirmations.

                One thing I agree with YHWH-ites on is that there is a spiritual transformation underway. I agree with them that spiritual beliefs matter. That’s precisely why I’m not content to just “let people enjoy their little god-myths,” like you do. Because I see (as you should too) that these god-myths that you treat as innocuous are actually the stuff of religious, spiritual conquest. The majority of the world’s gentiles have been cajoled into worshipping the Jewish god YHWH, into awaiting the Jewish Moshiach, and into placing Jews in a favored position of cultural centrality in the world. This is the case whether these gentiles are openly philosemitic, or fake antisemites like EM Jones. Until that theological spell is broken, gentiles will remain in the thrall of the very myth that will lead them into bowing down and obeying the monstrous Holographic Mecha-Messiah that is very much in the pipeline.

                Imagine a breakaway “voluntaryist community” forms, as Corbett often advocates, centered around the twin pillars of subsistence farming and the “teachings of Jesus Christ”. When it really matters, that community will prove preemptively conquered from within, because it will be helpless to resist the “signs and wonders” of the ascendence of the Holographic Mecha-Messiah. When Mecha-Messiah is projected into the skies of the world, in His vulgar-angelic pyrotechnic glory, and He is shown to SMITE DOWN some expendable fall-guys like Gates and Fauci and President Pompeo or whatever, our pious little breakaway community of Corbetteers will have no choice but to bow down and obey Mecha-Messiah’s commands thereafter. When he says to guzzle the glowing, mutagenic semen that flows from his cybernetically-enhanced, super-circumcized meta-cock, they WILL bow down and slurp up the glowing, mutagenic semen of Holographic Mecha-Messiah.

                That’s where things are quite obviously headed. That’s why spirituality matters. That’s why Fact Checker is gonna keep on checkin’ facts, the whining of the Christcuck godfags be damned.

              • Fact Checker says:

                And Christinity is very much NOT an anarchist movement!

                ROMANS 13:1: “Let everyone be subject to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. The authorities that exist have been established by God.”

                If you think Jesus was depicted as an “anarchist,” c u hj, then you REALLY need to do some intensive, lenghty study before weighing in on this topic any further.

              • Steve Smith says:

                “ our pious little breakaway community of Corbetteers will have no choice but to bow down and obey Mecha-Messiah’s commands thereafter. When he says to guzzle the glowing, mutagenic semen that flows from his cybernetically-enhanced, super-circumcized meta-cock, they WILL bow down and slurp up the glowing, mutagenic semen of Holographic Mecha-Messiah.

                That’s where things are quite obviously headed.”

                More objectivity huh? 🙄
                Quite the repulsive image you dredged up from some dark inner place fackchecker.

              • cu.h.j says:

                “This is actually a more deeply disparaging view of religion than mine is. At least I credit these myths as having real power, and as having the potential for real consequences. You, on the other hand, treat religion as trivial self-help affirmations.”

                I wouldn’t say I find them trivial, but can be inspirational and beneficial. I think they can be very important to well being. I have my own personal spiritual beliefs that have helped me along the way and they weren’t trivial.

                I have spoken to a few priests and a rabbi who surprised me with their ability to have an open mind. I think that many people who practice religion do so because of the enriching experiences of community engagement.

                Do all Christians really believe that the bible is a factual account? I don’t think so. My husband is an orthodox Christian who told me that it’s more about the tradition than the words in the bible. He tends to think Jesus was more of a very enlightened philosopher and humanitarian who had a good heart who tried to help others, than the literal son of God who performed miracles. He said he’ll never know, but that’s not what’s important to him. I tend to agree with this.

              • Steve Smith says:

                “ If you think Jesus was depicted as an “anarchist,” c u hj, then you REALLY need to do some intensive, lenghty study before weighing in on this topic any further.”

                “ In all of my research into Jesus Christ I have discovered that He is nothing if not a perfectly consistent libertarian, at least as it concerns His political ethic. I could come across not one instance of Him contradicting this position, either in word or in action. I can’t say that I was really surprised by this, although I suppose to many it may be surprising to learn this. For one thing, when Jesus gave the Golden Rule as the ultimate social ethic (Matt. 7:12; Luke 6:31), it’s clear that He actually meant it. Yet, as was demonstrated above, this ethic is just a different formulation of the libertarian Non-Aggression Principle, at least as a political ethic. As a strictly political ethic it is actually completely congruent with the libertarian Non-Aggression Principle, in that as political ethics they actually prohibit the same activity: i.e., aggression against people’s just property–and ultimately all just property titles can be traced back by way of voluntary transactions (which would thus be consistent with the Golden Rule) to the homesteading of unused resources; or (2) in the case in which such resources were expropriated from a just owner and the just owner or his heir(s) can no longer be identified or are deceased, where the first non-aggressor possesses the resource (which can then be considered another form of homesteading).

                What I have shown above is that Jesus has called us to liberty, and that liberty and Christ’s message are incompatible with government. Indeed, governments throughout history have been the most demonic force to ever exist on Earth. We need not lament their passing, but instead look forward to it.”

                James Redford


              • cu.h.j says:

                “If you think Jesus was depicted as an “anarchist,” c u hj, then you REALLY need to do some intensive, lenghty study before weighing in on this topic any further.”

                Yes, I do think he was an anarchist that opposed central banking who believed in natural law which is one of the reasons he was executed. I would guess that some of the bible was written to cover this up.

                And, I will check out some of the passages that lead me to believe this when I get a chance. Now, I have to go to work.

              • Duck says:


                Hate to say it but fact checker correctly saying that the only way to respect all beliefs is for NONE of them to matter

                BUT “…if he was or wasn’t the son of god is not as important to me as some of the messages imparted….”

                Is a very wrong headed idea…. IF Jesus WAS what He said then not following Him will cause your eternal death.

                IF Jesus was NOT who He said He was then he would be either a nutter or the devil in which case following Him would be insane or evil….. why would you follow a nut? And if you do follow a human jesus then he can give you NOTHING…no protection… no reward…. he’d just be Jim Jones of the Roman world

                He flat out said He was God and people who did not choose His subjects were the subjects of the devil and would get burned up in hell… not an anarchist

              • Fact Checker says:

                “I do think he was an anarchist that opposed central banking who believed in natural law which is one of the reasons he was executed.”

                So I guess c u hj is happy to just ignore the scripture I directly quoted, and go on believing her own idiosyncratic thing about Jesus that even Christians don’t believe. There’s that goyish primacy effect again!

                “Central banking” didn’t even exist in the days that Jesus was said to live, in the sense of “state-backed fractional reserve banking.” This is a much later Jewish innovation.

                There was usury, but the only reason Saul of Tarsus made his fake character Jesus anti-usury is because the Jews wanted to make sure the gentiles didn’t horn in on the Jews’ usury racket, and the Jews would thereby retain their decisive economic advantage. (Same with Islam.)

              • Steve Smith says:

                Fackchecker swings and misses!😆

                “ But, some may inquire, what about Paul telling us to pay taxes in Romans 13:6-7? Thus:

                Romans 13:6,7: For because of this you also pay taxes, for they are God’s ministers attending continually to this very thing. Render therefore to all their due: taxes to whom taxes are due, customs to whom customs, fear to whom fear, honor to whom honor.

                But does Paul really tell us to pay taxes here? Again, just as with Jesus, nowhere does Paul actually tell anyone to pay any taxes! Paul continues with the rhetorical misdirection that he started in the beginning of Romans 13, knowing–just as Jesus knew before him–that those who would be hostile to the Christian church would automatically assume what they are predisposed to assume: i.e., that the taxes and customs “due” are due to those in control of the governments who levy them. But here Paul was being wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove, as Paul never said any such thing. For when Paul says “Render therefore to all their due: taxes to whom taxes are due, customs to whom customs” this just begs the question: to whom are taxes and customs due? The answer to which could quite possibly be “No one.” And this is precisely how Paul proceeds to answer his own question-begging statement, in Romans 13:8-10:

                Owe no one anything except to love one another, for he who loves another has fulfilled the law. For the commandments, “You shall not commit adultery,” “You shall not murder,” “You shall not steal,” “You shall not bear false witness,” “You shall not covet,” and if there is any other commandment, are all summed up in this saying, namely, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” Love does no harm to a neighbor; therefore love is the fulfillment of the law.

                So there we have it in no uncertain terms: Owe no one anything except to love one another! Yet since when have taxes ever had the slightest thing to do with love?”


              • Steve Smith says:

                “ But in actual fact Paul never does tell us in above excerpt from Romans 13 to submit to government!–at least certainly not as they have existed on Earth and are operated by men. In fact, Paul would be an outright, boldfaced hypocrite were he to command anyone to do such a thing: for Paul himself did not submit to government, and if he had then he would not even have been alive to be able to write Romans 13. For Paul himself disobeyed government, and it is a good thing that he did as we would not even know of a Paul in the Bible had he not disobeyed government. As when Paul was still only known as Saul he escaped from the city of Damascus as he knew that the governor of that city, acting under the authority of Aretas the king, was coming with a garrison to arrest him in order that he be executed. This was right after Saul’s conversion to Jesus Christ on the road to Damascus. The Jews in Damascus, hearing of Saul’s conversion, plotted to kill him as a traitor to their cause in persecuting the Christians. Saul was let out of a window in the wall of Damascus under cover of night by some fellow disciples in Christ (see Acts 9:23-25). In none of Paul’s later writings does he divest himself, or disassociate himself, from these actions that he took in knowingly and purposely disobeying government: in fact, this very event is one of the things that he later cites in demonstration of his unwavering commitment to Christ (see 2 Cor. 12:22-33)!”

              • Fact Checker says:

                “I could come across not one instance of Him contradicting this position…”

                James Redford isn’t very good at reading.

                MARK 12:17: “Then Jesus said to them, “Give back to Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what is God’s.” And they were amazed at him.”

                MATTHEW 22:20-22: “‘Show me the coin for the tax.’ And they brought him a denarius. And Jesus said to them, ‘Whose likeness and inscription is this? They said, ‘Caesar’s.’ Then he said to them, ‘Therefore render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.’ When they heard it, they marveled. And they left him and went away.”

                Plus, of course, he ignores Roman 13:1 as well, probably using the weasel-logic that it is not a direct synoptic quote. Christcucks who want to pretend to be libertarian, like this James Redford, are always desperately trying to reconcile the two, even though they are totally incompatible. This leads them to say very dishonest, easily debunked things. It’s pathetic.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Hate to say it but fact checker correctly saying that the only way to respect all beliefs is for NONE of them to matter

                BUT “…if he was or wasn’t the son of god is not as important to me as some of the messages imparted….”

                Is a very wrong headed idea…. IF Jesus WAS what He said then not following Him will cause your eternal death.

                Will have to think about this statement re beliefs… Will get back to you.

                I think the messages imparted allow people to find truth and guidance within. Looking inward rather than to an external savior is one of the messages right? This is what I interpret.

                We can’t know exactly what he said, only what other people write that he said. What’s wrong with learning from ideas and that lead to enlightenment and a way of being in the world that leads to liberation and joy and harmony with others and ones environment?

                I think enlightenment comes from within. Books can be a guides, can provide messages to the reader and practitioner, but the actual enlightenment comes from within.

                What enlightened being or force would condemn a person who holds differing beliefs?

              • Steve Smith says:

                “ Plus, of course, he ignores Roman 13:1 as well,”

                There’s that reading comprehension issue rearing its head. 🤓
                Read the post above your last one again.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Perhaps this is a misinterpretation

                “He flat out said He was God and people who did not choose His subjects were the subjects of the devil and would get burned up in hell… not an anarchist”

                What does he mean “a subject” is this a person who does not question and just blindly goes along?

                If that is what it means, then I can’t be a subject and would ask for some rationale and god as I understand would have a dialogue or explain.

                I don’t think god is an authoritarian if that means to punish, to force people to blindly accept dictates handed down.

                Things have to make sense, like not harming others because that is not what one would want that done to them “do unto others as they would have them do unto you”

                I am not someone who can just blindly accept something or tell someone that I am a believer when I am not. Maybe Jesus was god, but I don’t know. I do think as a man he tapped into some very enlightened ideas for the time.

                Maybe the message was that if people are greedy and harmful and kill people and act destructively and are cruel they will live in hell, or go to hell, or some version of that. But if someone has doubts and questions and does not accept being a “subject” who obeys blindly AND they have done nothing in this life to cause substantial harm to others, there is no reason that person should go to hell.

                I don’t believe god would do that. Goodness can be found in the heart by most people who are neuro-typical and have functioning mirror neurons. This is what I try to do in most of my interactions, not always successful, but I try to listen to my heart and let it be my guide. I don’t need to read a book to do that. But I find it interesting that some of this is written in the book of Mathew and probably other religious texts as well, to act from the heart.

                Also, “the truth shall set you free” how do we know the truth unless we question? Even question god? And need rational explanation or some sign that something is true?

                If stories in the bible are myths, isn’t there still some power and beauty within them?

                I asked my husband this because he has actually been raised and baptized as an orthodox christian, and he has regularly gone to church and he loves his religion and he said the stories are beautiful and powerful, but he does NOT KNOW if they happened. He enjoys and feels enriched by the rituals that have been practiced for thousands of years. He enjoys the community that he shares with people across the globe. He’s also a good person who has put himself in harms way to protect others. If god would send him to hell because he honestly doesn’t know or questions, then that is not a god to follow.

              • cu.h.j says:

                If someone needs to believe in hell or be a subject that follows the bible to do good in the world, then that’s probably a good thing for people who NEED this direction.

                I am not one of those people. I have enough insight inside myself, an inner knowing, “third eye” or whatever thing that is to do the right thing 90% of the time. The 10% where I may make a mistake is inconsequential.

                I don’t think god is a tyrant who demands people bow down and accept things verbatim, but a guide and wise teacher who sends messages in various ways that can be heard when we listen.

                If there is an afterlife or if we reincarnate, I think god what ever special force that is would allow even atheists cosmic rewards for being good people and being kind to others. If god would not do that, then “he” would not be an enlightened being. So, I believe this can’t be the case, that god is an authoritarian or form of dictator.

                And I do believe Jesus was an early anarchist in the best sense of the term. At least teachings were consistent with anarchy or a liberty minded living as Steve mentions in his quote above.

                And thank you for sharing your thoughts with me Duck.

              • Duck says:


                If your husband does not know if the stories or his faith are true then he is just going to a self help therapy group.
                How much will you risk for an self help group?
                How will it strengthen his resolve to do, or not do, anything?

                As to God not being an authoritarian… the Bible pretty much says that you have the choice follow and be saved or die with the world.
                Anyone who tells you otherwise is a liar.

                God certainly LOVES us and wants us to be be with Him… but not as equals.

                If you choose not to follow God because you disagree with Him (“not a God to follow “) then that’s your choice but it puts you under the kingdom of the devil…. and at some point the choice goes away and your heart is too hard to repent- people can not see what’s wrong with their actions.

                An example of a man who thought he could be free but became a slave was hugh Heffner…. one day it’s banging playboy bunnies and then that’s not satisfying so it’s gay porn and jacking his dog off and drugs just to get it up….all so he could be “free” of “silly” morality and do his own will.

              • nosoapradio says:

                Hi cu.h.j!

                I think you’re on a roll!

                And it benefits everyone!

              • cu.h.j says:


                Whatever benefit my husband gets from church seems to give him inner strength and peace, so I think whatever you may call it, is a good thing.

                I believe that real world action is what matters, not beliefs (that don’t involve harm, destruction, killing, rape,etc… in the real world/physical world ). People have a right to their beliefs. This is a natural right IMO. Harming others out of spite, to steal from them, to exploit them, etc. is wrong.

                If Hugh Heffner was engaging in harm, like non consentual sexual acts with people and animals, then he was a sick individual. If there is a heaven perhaps god will allow him to “repent” but I think it would be more fitting that he reincarnated as a lower life form for several lifetimes. Who knows?

                He seems like the kind of person that was always looking to fill a void, never content and shallow. This to me is a form of hell and emptiness.

                I would venture a guess that some people who attend church religiously and also follow the bible, if you gave them a secret ballot and asked if they KNOW or believe the “myths” verbatim would probably say no. I don’t know what percentage this would be, but there would be some. In fact I think it would be an interesting study to perform.

                I’m not saying that religious texts and practices are not powerful sources for people, but that they may not provide a factual account of what happened. There’s no way to know for sure, IMO.

              • cu.h.j says:

                AND, maybe I am wrong…I don’t claim to know, only that I don’t know. But, the way I interpret god is NOT as an authoritarian dictator. The way I honor god is to care for the “temple” which is the body and act from the heart and try to live in harmony with my surroundings and community. When I am wrong I make amends (real world amends).

                I do believe in a soul. This I would say that I know, that I have a soul and that all living things have a soul.

              • Steve Smith says:

                cu.h.j says:

                “AND, maybe I am wrong…I don’t claim to know“

                Me neither! 😄
                And I agree with you that God isn’t so rigid and absolute that He would punish well meaning people who are following their consciences or children incapable of understanding all the intricate details of a religion that men have been altering and manipulating for centuries to better serve their ends.
                I do believe that God inspired and maybe even guided men to scribe the Bible. But that doesn’t mean that I believe that the Bible should always be interpreted literally. It doesn’t mean that the men who penned it completely understood what they were writing and it certainly doesn’t mean that people today understand it completely. Including and maybe especially so called “men of the cloth”.

                I am firmly of the opinion that preachers, priests, Popes and such can be and often have been the bane of Christianity.
                I believe that the spirit of God indwells those who have been chosen by God and that guiding spirit is the voice of God. Not the screaming fellow up on the pulpit telling you that unbaptized children who are too young to tie their shoes will be condemned to eternal damnation unless they say some magic words and believe with all their hearts what they are told to believe. As if anyone can judge the strength of faith of another.

                I admire your husband for continuing to seek fellowship at church. I can’t do that anymore. I’ve had too many heartbreaking experiences with the church and the hypocrites that all too often make up the hierarchy of them.
                My relationship with God, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit is something that happens inside me.
                I think that is the way God wants it.

              • Steve Smith says:

                I like how Leonard Cohen puts it ;

                “I did my best. It wasn’t much.
                I couldn’t feel so I tried to touch.
                I told the truth. I didn’t come to fool ya.
                And even though it all went wrong.
                I’ll stand before the Lord of song
                with nothing on my tongue but Hallelujah.”

              • cu.h.j says:

                Thanks for the comment Steve. I think I am the same way, don’t need to go to church to feel connected to sacredness.

                I think orthodox churches are a little different than evangelical churches, at least according to my husband. He said the focus is more experiential based on traditional rituals than bible study and literal interpretation, more application of “story” to the here and now. He likes some churches better than others.

                I’m sorry to read that your experiences with “men of the cloth” have been mostly negative. I’ve had some interesting conversations with some that were rather unexpected in a good way. I expected rigidity and dogma, and got the opposite.

              • Duck says:


                The orthodox church is afaik (not a great deal) one that has a lot of traditions and such while evangelicals tend to be Buble only….both approaches are vulnerable in different ways… but that’s a different discussion.

                If I start a cult and say that my chicken is good and you should follow the teaching i transcribe you may live a happy full and useful life…the chicken cult may be the most loving group in t he world

                … but you would be an idiot to not get the vax shot because my chicken “told” you…

                I respectfully submit that if you follow a bible or church that puts any constraints on you but DONT believe it’s objectively True and Really happened your being silly to suffer ANY loss for such faith

                As to God being an authoritarian… as He is the ONLY true source of Authority and self described King of the universe who has exterminated while people groups for their crimes I think you do not LIKE to think of Him as open and accepting of all.

                You must literally ignore what the Bible says to believe that… in which case what claim would you have to the God described therein? You could talk of some Diest god or be a pagan but not really a follower of THAT bible God

            • hanky says:

              I didn’t feel attacked personally. I just quoted your response to someone else. I happen to agree that the pollyanna tone of many of these mantras is worse than silly, but it is usually counterproductive to counter them with sharp snarkiness, especially in front of others.

              Again, the people here are generally our allies, with varying degrees of intelligence, as well as vary capacities with confirmation bias and rigidity. Sharp and sarcastic responses invariably trigger defensiveness rather than enlightenment. Showing off how sharp and quick your answers are can be a sign of rigidity and stupidity at a different level.

              I am on your side, when it comes to opposing woo-woo slogans. I just want be effective, and to reduce my personal level of hypocrisy.

      • jo-ann says:

        Thank you for sharing your view on Deism. Being unaware of it until your post, I searched online and found a short scholarly article, “Deism and the Founding of the United States.”
        The author claims that although Deism was a common belief system with intellectuals during that period (especially with Thomas Paine), the founders were intent on being inclusive of all religions and separating church and state.

    • Gypster says:

      I really enjoy this talk of Alan Watts:

    • lekp says:

      Isn’t someone who’s in a coma existing without consciousness? Life and consciousness aren’t the same thing. When a man and woman come together, they don’t create life, the life was already existing in the seed. And that life continues to exist before the baby is born at which time THEN has consciousness. 🤷‍♀️

      • Virtually everybody in our culture assumes that consciousness is somehow something that is generated by the brain, but is this really the case? Do we even dare to question that assumption? In my view, the brain, body, world, universe, cosmos, are all appearances within consciousness. Consciousness is universal, not personal. There are not many “concsciousness-es”, only ever the One, the fundamental reality in which all worlds come and go.

        If you’re in a coma, the usual so-called material world might not be on display, but that doesn’t mean anything as far as consciousness is concerned. So-called waking reality, the dream world, and deep dreamless sleep are all different scenarios within the infinite reality of consciousness.

        Nobody has consciousness; consciousness is what we all are. Life is one unified whole, and any illusion of division exists purely as ideas in the human mind.

    • Tetracrypton says:

      Luaghing Buddha You express the perennial wisdom well, the foetus of gnosis that has all too often grown into a monster of literalism.

  5. ztaco says:

    Any hidden gem conspiracy books people recommend? I’ve seen all of James’ recommendations

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Related to Corbett’s March 2022
    Episode 415 – The Global Digital ID Prison
    How to Calculate Your Individual ESG Score

    The following is a rendition from THE EXPOSÉ. There is all kinds of wild agenda stuff here…

    April 30th, 2022
    Governments Worldwide are Working in Lockstep to bring in Digital I.D. & Social Credit System as EU agrees to Expand Online Censorship with ‘Digital Services Act’

    …Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama both lobbied for the EU to back the censorship bill known as the ‘Digital Services Act‘ on Thursday, April 21st, 2022…
    ‘Digital Services Act‘ pdf –

    …The law calls for plans to restrict free speech on the internet during times of “crisis.”…

    …The DSA also pushes for a “public electronic identity (eID),” which Politico previously described as a “National ID card” on your phone that has its origins in vaccine passports and “Digital COVID Certificates.”…
    [QUOTE: A universally accepted public identity (eID) is necessary for consumers to have access to their data….]

    …Even Nigeria is now in on the act after being targeted by Bill Gates’ GAVI in 2020 to introduce a “biometric identity platform.”

    Nigeria’s federal government has ordered telecommunication companies to bar calls from phone numbers not yet linked to a National Identity Number. They have also ordered unregistered SIM cards to be disconnected….
    [Article continues]

    —Sideways Segue: Nigeria is having a problem with oil theft (prices are over $100 a barrel). “Entrepreneurs” have set up their own blackmarket refineries out in the sticks. Occasionally, one blows up and kills people waiting in line to fuel their cars.

  7. alejo.v says:

    Hello everyone. I’d like to know what do you thing about Russia’s colonization by the western mafia. Any details on the process, characters and times? By the year 1988 I’m sure that suppreme executive decisitions where not taken by the local russian mafia anymore.

    • 2-D Chess Dweller says:

      I am decidedly uncertain of your terms: “Russia’s colonization by the western mafia”.

      • alejo.v says:

        Do you think Vladimir Putin decides what happens with Russia? Or do you think he acts in harmony with other international players and a hidden agenda? Who decides this agenda? If power in a country does not rely on the local mafia (i.e the government), it means it was colinized.

      • Duck says:

        I assume he means the period between the fall of communism and the rise of Putin.

        Putin has somewhat put the breaks on the western looting….that’s not to say that he is a wonderful human being or whatever.
        The west deliberately put the breaks on aid they fed the rest of the former Warsaw Pact. The 2nd Russian (bolshevik)revolution was a similar kinda of resource grab (see dr Spence book linked in another post)

    • Duck says:

      “.. I’d like to know what do you thing about Russia’s colonization by the western mafia. Any details on the process, characters and times? ..”

      Try THIS… he covers many subjects but DOES talk about how the guy who had helped Poland and such economically thru the fall of communism went ape because the process was deliberately held up in order to keep Russia in chaos and easy to buy up

      THIS looting is very similar to the way that the Russian Revolution opened Russia (which was NOT Industrially backwards at the time!!) to the western investors (some of whom FUNDED THE BOLSHEVIKS) who grabbed up huge chunks of Russian industry from the Bolsheviks until (if I recall) Stalin kicked them out. Thats how the Koch Bro’s dad got to see communism up close, btw.

      See the book by Dr Richard Spences (univ Of Idaho where he teaches Russian History) ‘Wall street and the Russian Revolution 1905-1925″ or listen to his interviews…. they are mostly getting hidden at YouTube ‘

      heres one I have not even listened to, but I bet its pretty good anyway.
      He did a pretty good one on Operation Trust for Visups ‘TheFarm’ podcast but its subscribers only

      The majority, I believe, of the soon to be Oligarchs with access to western cash to buy up Russia were jewish, as were most of the Bolshevik leaders, as are the NeoCons and the folks leading us into conflict with Russia now.

      Jew’s have a long tradition of Russiophobia since they were not well treated nor liked in Imperial Russia…. Id like to read ‘200 years together’ which I hear goes into this but have never found a whole copy in English, for obvious reasons its not been officially translated and the wikipedia is being disingenuous

    • lekp says:

      It’s my understanding that the whole Ukraine thing is about forming “greater Israel”…the deal brokered by Jared Kushner. Look up “Chabad’s Kazarian Heavenly Jerusalem” and also Zelensky saying he will make Ukraine “big Israel” after the war. Another source is “Who is Igor Berkut”.

  8. CRM (Celtic Ricardo Montalbán) says:

    4chan is predicating imminent economic collapse. Bring in your tomato plants, STAT!

    Also, isn’t this Beltane/Mass ritual sacrifice timeframe?

  9. James,

    I know a lot is going on but what I still do (locally and online) is try to see if people already know that we were lied to about 9/11/01. If they don’t I tell them it’s come out that the Twin Towers and WTC building 7 were blown up with some kind of explosives. I then say the planes were likely remote controlled. Then I tell them that the weaponized anthrax attacks starting seven days after 9/11 were even admitted later to have been a scam when it fell apart and when people had mostly forgot about it. Unproven anthrax vaccines caused harm to some of us in the military. It would seem to me that this is one of the quickest ways to inform someone doesn’t know yet about “false flags” psyop scams and the power of the corporate mainstream media. It takes something big with a pattern to wake people up. Here is some information I recommend to share with others to show the connections for that reason about the “Pandemic”:

    Lawyers’ Committee targets sham FBI probe of 2001 anthrax attacks

    HEAD of the FBI’s Anthrax Investigation Says the Whole Thing Was a SHAM

    The U.S. Military Personnel’s Smoking Gun Documentation Regarding The Anthrax Vaccine

    Parallels Between 9/11 and Covid-19 (37:29)
    By Kevin Ryan

    Whitney Webb: “Parallels of 2001 Anthrax and Covid-19” (25:04)

    The New York Times’ 9/11 Propaganda
    Kevin Ryan

    Covid: A Collision of Historical and Scientific Illiteracy
    Kevin Ryan – December 31, 2021

  10. Oh I forgot to add this to my last comment:

    COVID19/11: Narratives Intertwined is OffG’s new series of short interviews with prominent voices in the alternate media, vocal Covid sceptics and leading figures in the 9/11 truth movement.

    The series is intended to both mark the 20th anniversary of the World Trade Center collapse, and discuss how that event helped shape the modern world and, in turn, set the stage for the Covid “pandemic”.

    WATCH: COVID19/11 – Graeme MacQueen (3:26)
    Episode three of Narratives Intertwined

  11. ChaosNavigator says:

    NEW Controlled Food System Is Now In Place And They Will Stop At Nothing To Accelerate Their Control

  12. Why haven’t they been able to produce an AIDS vaccine in almost 40 years, but had no problem producing a Covid-19 vaccine in less than a year?

    • Duck says:

      Fawlty Towers
      a)You dont make money on AIDS vaccine, just treatment.
      Added bonus when they pull the plug on AIDS drugs to South Africa the population there will drop by about 50%
      b)The idea was that AIDS would kill off the homosexual men anyway.
      Back then the gays were not yet useful as a wedge issue and were free targets for the Elite
      an example being

    • mkey says:

      Because science, as TV people explain.

      The more down to earth reason would be that “AIDS” is “treated” with extra expensive drugs. Those must be nice.

      • The question was meant to get normies scratching their heads.

        “Jeez, it was so easy to come up with dozens of Covid-19 jabs in record time even before trials were completed, yet the same companies can’t figure out how to make an AIDS jab in almost 40 years, for a disease that has killed 27-48 million people.”

        That’s not fair Big Pharma!

        Yes that’s right, with all of their technical knowledge and medical expertise, the W.H.O. hasn’t been able to figure out how many people have died of AIDS. Strangely they know to the person, exactly how many have died of Covid-19. 🙁

        They are willing to go with anywhere from 27 million to 48 million AIDS deaths!!!
        Talk about absurdities. Shouldn’t it be child’s play to determine if someone died of AIDS?
        It has been child’s play to detemine if someone has died of Covid-19 the past two years.

  13. Hagar says:

    Lots of contributors on this thread, don’t know how you get through them. My comment is about Big Oil. Many years ago I read “The Control Of Oil” by John M Blair. At my first reading in the late ’70s, I was a young helicopter pilot in support of petroleum companies in the Gulf of Mexico. Great job, loved flying, OK pay, 7 days off, 7days on. Who would complain? My question(s) is what is your take on the 1973 ‘gasoline, fuel crisis’ and again the 1979 ‘fuel crises’? More to the point did these possibly manufactured events enable big oil to consolidate toward the vertical integration of exploration, production, refining, and distribution, and, shut down competitive operations.

    • Duck says:

      I dont know much about it but did you see Mr Corbetts ‘Big Oil’ How / Why doc’s?

      • Hagar says:

        Yes, I have, rarely miss James’ reports since 2013. According to Mr. Blair, there were over 700 oil refineries prior to the not-so-real oil shortage. Afterward, there were only about 250 left in operation. Also, many independent gas stations shut down. It is a good read, I may read it again if I can find my copy.

        • Duck says:

          That’s reminiscent of Germany dropping its nuke and coal plants for uncertain supply’s.
          The French nuke plants have a huge number shut down right now for maintenance too.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      When my Father was a chopper pilot, like you, he just loved his job.
      He was a civilian helicopter instructor pilot at Ft Wolters, TX.

      I remember the oil crisis and wild commodity prices and inflation during the 70’s going into the 80’s. Sugar went to a dollar per pound around ’74. Silver became a hot item.
      Etched in my mind from the 1960’s is the gasoline price sign at the station of 29 cents a gallon while filling up my motorcycle.

      I see a lot of correlations between the crisis of the 70’s and the current situations.

      • Hagar says:

        Home Remedy,

        I came back from a Med float in Dec 73 to the outrageous 45 cents a galleon and long lines. Little did I know. I really realized the extent of Big Everything when I married in 1990 and was recalled to active duty for Desert Storm. She had a top-secret clearance and she knew some shit.

  14. Truth seeker says:

    The World Health Organization Is Attempting a Power Grab
    1. Most people have never heard of the International Health Regulations (IIHR). The United States agreed to the IHR in 2005. These regulations override and supercede the U.S. Constitution.

    2. On January 18, 2022 the United States submitted a number of amendments to the IHR that serve to give away even more of our sovereignty and empower the World Health Organization (WHO) to restrict YOUR health related rights and freedoms.

    3… The 75th meeting of the· World Health Assembly will be held in Geneva, Switzerland this May 22-28, 2022. The Assembly will vote, on the amendments to the IIHR. They are very likely to pass and be enacted into international law unless ‘We the People e” stand up against this attack on our sovereignty.

    4. These amendments to the International Health Regulations do NOT need to be approved by two-thirds of the U.S. Senate. We have already agreed to obey the IIHR by virtue of our membership the United Nations and the WHO. We have already given away some of our sovereignty. These amendments are designed to confuse the member nations into giving away even more of their sovereignty.

    5.. In addition to the proposed amendments to the IIHR, the WHO has also .set up an intergovemmental Negotiating Body (IINB) that is actively negotiating an international ‘Treaty on Pandemic Prevention Preparedness and Response.” The proposed “Pandemic Treaty” is separate ·from, and in addition to, the proposed amendments to the
    International Health Regulations mentioned above.

    6. The “Pandemic Treaty” does not yet exist. It is being drafted and negotiated right now. Discussions regarding the• “Pandemic Treaty” are Important but they are also part of a sophisticated diversion to confuse people and get them to Ignore the Immediate concern, which Is the amendments to the IHR being considered by the World Health Assembly this May 22 28 2022.

    7. The time to speak out and stand up for your rights is NOW.

  15. drago66 says:

    Dopamine versus serotonin
    The Hacking of the American Mind with Dr. Robert Lustig
    <This is SO GOOD. I explain happiness and pleasure to my executive clients (many of whom seek pleasure through risky behavior, promiscuous sex, and drugs). Dr. Lustig, you nailed it!!< I disagree with most but could the elite psychopaths be dopamine junkies?

  16. Mal says:


    Daily I witness dog owners who do not have sufficient control of their dogs – they allow them too much freedom to run amock. Here are some tips to help ensure a more controlled and therefore happier environment for both dog and owner.

    The basics:
    > micro chip your dog so he doesn’t get lost
    > in case of a female dog make sure she is sterilised to ensure the general population of dogs are kept under control – these days it may be done more humanely via vaccination – be sure to ask your vet (he or she is there to help)
    > in case of danger of serious diseases like rabies put a muzzle on your dog to ensure the community is protected
    > vaccinate your dog – record this on his micro-chip
    > adhere to laws where vaccination is mandated – such as boarding kennels, doggie-day-care centres and the like
    > encourage your dog to obey your command by offering him yummy treats
    > dissuade disobedience by loud rebuke and withdrawal of treats

    Train your dog to heal:
    > make sure he is on a lead when going walkies
    > strongly yank the lead back to heal position (dont worry if it hurts a bit – this will shock your dog into knowing who’s the boss)
    > then let the lead go slack to give him a taste of his freedom
    > then yank the lead back again.
    > by repeating the above process you will eventually break his “canine spirit” such that he will not even need a lead anymore and will voluntarily restrain himself
    > if you do the above process correctly he will retain just enough canine spirit to provide you with entertainment (e.g. barking for a yummy treat) and utility (e.g. fetching your slippers) without causing disruption to your household regime or the community at large
    > always make sure your pooch has some playtime – but always be in control of his behaviour

    Other considerations:
    > be watchful when your dog socialises to ensure no harmful interactions take place
    > when it comes time for your dog to walk the “Canine Care Pathway”, make sure this is done as humanely as possible – preferably in a hygenic and sterile setting attended by caring professionals
    > …and always remember: AN OBEDIENT DOG IS A HAPPY DOG!

    • nosoapradio says:

      My dogs prefer crispy donuts after getting their vaccines! They bark with joy and make you tube videos proudly displaying their band-aids and empty donut cartons!

    • nosoapradio says:

      reminds me of photos I took in August of 2020 of a group of masked people examining dog muzzles at a dog accessories stand at an open-air farmer’s market in southern France with all the masked people in the background juxtaposed with the big photos of dogs wearing muzzles. This was even before the generalized mask mandates.
      I was kinda proud of myself and it helped me blow off some steam but my family wasn’t impressed.
      And the female owner of the dog accessories stand understandably barked at me to get lost.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Dogs have one of the highest cancer rates of any mammal.

      It should be noted that many dog foods contain high amounts of pesticides. In addition, weed killers and synthetic fertilizers on lawns can severely compromise a dog’s health.
      Fluoridated drinking water for dogs – Most people completely underestimate Fluoride’s toxicity. Fluoride affects many different enzymes, proteins and pathways in the body. Fluoride can cause cancer and can facilitate cancer growth.

      What’s more, is that the FDA often suppresses the natural community in pet care.

      Top 3 Pet Food Manufacturers – (Mars, Colgate and Nestle)
      We are seeing big industry’s influence (Mars, Colgate and Nestle) in the training of future Veterinarians.
      Mars owns more than 800 Banfield Pet Hospitals mostly located in PetSmart Stores.
      When working outside near a PetSmart’s Banfield Pet Hospital, several times a week a van would pull up and carry away a dead pet. The van driver told me that some days he would pick up 40 or 50 dead pets on his route.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Rodney Habib of Planet Paws has a wonderful trove of information about Dogs and Pets.

        Dog Vaccines – Each year, thousands of dogs are health injured or die as a result of unnecessary vaccines (which often contain mercury and aluminum). Anyone knows that injecting toxic mercury or aluminum can injure an animal’s health.

        The Dangers of Vaccine Overdosing Pets – Rodney Habib YouTube Channel
        (3 minutes)
        Over-vaccinating and the overdosing of pet vaccines has become a global issue. 5 lbs dogs are receiving the same dose of the rabies vaccine as 150 lbs Great Danes, and vets are now witnessing terrible side effects.

        • cu.h.j says:

          My dog had a bad reaction to the rabies vaccine and now has an autoimmune disorder and has to take medicine for the rest of her life. Shortly after taking it she got sick with fever, lethargy and diarrhea. We thought it was a tick borne illness, but her lyme disease test was negative and she was negative for other tick borne disease.

          I did some research and her breed has a genetic predisposition to autoimmune disease. Interestingly enough, her vet recommends avoiding vaccines now. It’s interesting because this is not recommended by mainstream human doctors for people with auto-immune disease to avoid vaccines.

          I was surprised at this discrepancy between vets and human doctors. Why would it be okay for a person with an auto-immune disease to take vaccines and not a dog with auto-immune disease?

          My dog had the vaccine before Covid to be able to be boarded when my husband and I were working. He couldn’t work from home then and my dog was young and couldn’t be left alone for more than 4 hours. I guess we could have done it, but we thought it was kind of cruel. I had some misgivings about the number of vaccines they wanted for my dog, but my husband insisted. He didn’t know that vaccines could have these side effects at the time.

          Anyway, just thought I’d add this anecdote. Many of the pet vaccines are not necessary including the rabies vaccine unless the dog will be exposed to rabies from wild animals. Thanks for posting this link.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Thanks for the anecdote.
            My (ex)wife had about three or four little dogs, depending upon the time frame.
            After the incident with Lacie (see below), my wife shopped around for nearby Vets. One local Vet actually was very forthright and said that a fair percentage of dogs succumb to vaccinations, either death or some type of injury-ailment.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Although I have had some larger dogs (American Eskimo mix), I am particularly fond of smaller dogs, especially the Shih Tzu breed. Shih Tzu Holly, born around 9/11/01 was my favorite, but finally succumbed to cancer around 2015. I think the fluoridated drinking water played a role as her Thyroid had major issues (hair falling out) prior to the cancer.

          This is Lacie, my (ex)wife’s Shih Tzu. IMAGE –,0,1326×993/maxWidth/1000/
          Lacie and I were buddies.

          About late 2014, Lacie had her round of vaccines. The symptoms are just like you read around the web. It started slowly with some odd behavioral characteristics, such as walking with the tail and head down and a less lively attitude. As time progressed, symptoms accelerated very rapidly with all kinds of worrisome features: head twisted to the side, non-stop walking often circles or figure eights, frantic panting, loss of muscle coordination especially with legs, a type of blindness, strange behaviors such as walking up to the wall or a corner and pressing her forehead against it, often whining in pain, etc. Even eating was a problem, because of the inclination to crook the head to the right and trying to grab food. The behavior and physical distortions were sudden and alarming. Lacie’s non-stop pacing for 36 hours became terrifying for us. Within a 36 hour period, we took her to three vets. One clinic wanted to charge $10,000 for uncertain conventional treatment. Lacie had the symptoms of Encephalitis / Meningitis,

          My wife firmly made up her mind to put Lacie down. I begged her to let me try my alternative health protocols with supplements and detox nutrition. And the boss gave me the ‘okay’. I went to work with all kinds of stuff. Within a few days, Lacie was seeing astounding, remarkable improvement with only a few spastic episodes a day. But my wife’s patience grew thin, and she angrily insisted to put Lacie down. I conceded to the boss and told her that I would find a Vet to do it. Covertly, I found a nearby Holistic Vet. The next morning we walk in with Lacie in the kennel while my wife went to the counter to say that she wanted to put Lacie down. The Vet associate saw me behind my wife making verbal and hand motions of “No!” They took Lacie and said “We’ll check her out.” With a combination of chiropractic and light-wave-length therapy, the Holistic Vet had Lacie “cured” in less than a week. Lacie’s personality somewhat changed, but she got to see many more years.

          • Steve Smith says:

            My last dog Clew suffered from chronic ear infections and hotspots that I could never control. He lived a long life but it was tough toward the end.
            Katie, my neurotic Bavarian Shepherd was about three when I got her. She had been used for breeding and was very traumatized but extremely healthy. Ears clean and pink.
            I took her into the vet where I used to work for a checkup and vaccinations so that I could get her license. She passed the checkup with flying colors, got her shots and eventually got over the trauma of the office visit. But within two weeks her ears were filling up with black gunk.
            I was able to get a handle on it with natural stuff and haven’t had a problem since.
            That was over two years ago. She hasn’t been to the vet since.
            When the county sent a license reminder. I checked the deceased box. She nor I will ever be vaccinated against anything!
            So far so good.
            There are quite a few vet that don’t vaccinate their own animals.

          • mkey says:

            Good for you, Homie, that you stood up for that dog. Getting women not to do something is usually 10 times harder than getting them to do something reasonable.

            • Hey, now…. Careful. I am more logical, reasonable, and practical than many men I know…. 🙂

              • mkey says:

                I did state “usually”.

                I harken back with nostalgia at the older days, way way back some ten or fifteen years ago, when above stated sentiment from my limited and narrow point of view, at least from afar and looking with one eye closed made some sense. Kind of.

                Today, if I would entertain grouping reasonable and somewhat reasonable people that I know over the parameter of biological sex, the split is near 50:50, allowing for some discrepancies due to a very limited sample size, due to which one off could cause a disproportionate bias toward any end of the spectrum.

                Somehow this reminds me of several lessons delivered by the TV movie “The man from Earth”, especially in regards to the reality of the perspective that could ever be granted by two eyes in close proximity of one to the other as they are usually located in the average individual’s skull.

    • lekp says:

      Dogs, dogs, dogs. I find the modern phenomenon of people preferring dogs over a spouse and/or children really creepy.

      • cu.h.j says:

        I find dogs less creepy than many people I interact with, so prefer dogs to the general public. I even prefer them to children, but only because I’m not very good with children. I love my niece and nephew and would chose them over a dog, but that’s my own family. But my dog is also very important to me and I consider her a family member too.

        I also often prefer the company of my dog than my spouse when he gets on my nerves.

      • garden says:

        working at a jobsite one day, one of the workers asked the boss why she didn’t have a partner. She pointed to her dog and said “because SHE taught me unconditional love, and that’s really rare w a human”

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        lekp says:
        “I find the modern phenomenon of people preferring dogs over a spouse…”

        I guess some people prefer one bitch over another. 😉

        • cu.h.j says:

          My husband would probably agree with this. I’m glad we have a big apartment and our new bug out house is big enough for both of us too. It is probably the key to a long marriage for us.

          All jokes aside, it’s good to have space for time alone and time with others (human friends), and animal friends (our dogs and cats). Plants can also provide a bit of companionship too, another life form just hanging out sharing it’s beauty and oxygen!

      • mkey says:

        While I completely understand your point, to the extent that too many people try to fix what’s broken by breaking more stuff, your average animal possesses qualities your average modern human, or what goes for a human these days, would need years of deprogramming just to get on the baseline.

        Granted, the average animal did not get extreme brainwashing from day 0.

  17. Duck says:

    Indonesia bans exports of #PalmOil which will bump up the cost of processed foods and will also cause said foods to taste weird as substitutes are used.
    Sunflower oil comes ostly from Ukraine BTW . But really you should NOT eat either as major Parr of your diet

    Shout out to the PDB podcast where I heard it

    • Steve Smith says:

      I found this manual oil press on amazon to use for pressing oil from my moringa seeds and then ordered it directly from Holland and saved 40 bucks.
      I get lots of seeds from my moringa trees but haven’t had any way of doing anything with them till now. The oil is reputed to be quite healthy. I can use the press for lots of other oils too apparently.
      Pretty reasonably priced at less than 125.00 I figured.

      • Duck says:

        Never heard of it but it looks like a virtual goldmine tree from a quick perusal of the web.

        Nice…. I’m doing fig trees and a relative of mine has a load of kumquats. He keeps them under plastic over winter.

        I tried them but the dog ate them right off the Bush! Then chewed the limbs off….

      • garden says:

        this looks very cool. Thank you!!! I don’t trust most of the oils out there anymore….
        love the thoughts of you pressing moringa seed, you are fortunate to have the growing enviroment for prolific seed harvests

      • nosoapradio says:

        Oh Yea! Moringa! Thanks for the reminder!
        I’m getting excited as I’m about to try planting something on my little terrace for the first time:
        Shiso! Japanese parsley! So yummy!
        And then I thought maybe stuff like wormwood (artemisia absinthium) for its medicinal properties! dunno… waiting for the full supermoon lunar eclipse on the 15th-16th of May (and the weather to improve here in Spain).
        Oh and scallions!
        enough procrastinating now…

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Wormwood is very easy to grow.
          Spring before last, I took some very small cuttings from a wormwood plant and just stuck them in the ground. The plants are now pretty large and doing great.
          I chew on it occasionally. I like the bitter taste.

          • nosoapradio says:

            d’ya know if a full moon is a good time to plant?
            I’ve had conflicting advice from students.
            Apparently vegetables (that I’m not attempting yet) are better planted during the new moon?
            Wormwood easy to grow?? I’ll definitely keep it on my list then! Bitter you say?? Does it taste like Campari??

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Thanks for that “oil press” resource link.
        I bookmarked it.

      • mkey says:

        I have never heard of that tree, I bet there are a lot of great options around the globe. Or the disk. Or the simulation. Or whatever. But I can’t complain, we get some really nice olives and there are hundred years old olive trees growing all over my neck of the woods… erm, the olive grove, I guess. We have pine and olives growing up the wazoo.

        There’s an ostensibly very old olive tree on the island next door, up to 2000 years old, depending on which druid you ask.

  18. stephen20 says:

    Hi James

    I have a suggestion for solutions watch. As many already know unvaccinated Canadians are not permitted to leave their own country.

    However I came across this article offering possible solutions:

    It is a very thorough article offering practical solutions to Canadians who want to leave the country. It also illustrates just how ridiculous these mandates are.

    I think it is also worth mentioning that the author wrote another fantastic article documenting the discrimination against the unvaccinated in Canada.

    I originally found the author of the article on twitter:

  19. Bruno Bottino says:


    How do I have access to the Open Thread? I’m already logged in, but when I click the link, the opened page doesn’t show me the content and, instead, asks me to log in when I’m already in. Sorry for asking you here, but I’m a new member… Cheers!

    • Duck says:

      Hi Bruno…. I am not sure exactly what you want since you did post here 🙂

      But I find that when I have signed in it’s best to go to the top old the page and click on the corner report Home Page and THEN navigate where I want to go.

      Welcome to CR

    • mkey says:

      I believe Bruno is referring to the open * wink * wink * thread. You need to know the secret handshake for that one.

  20. hanky says:

    What do you make of Patrick Woods’ sudden prominence pushing alien and 6G cooking of the bulk of humanity in their beds?
    I had thought he was an evidenced-based presenter of history and trends. Now, he seems full-blown cartoon conspiracy theorist stereotype.

    • Fact Checker says:

      Got links?

      Hard to assess his intent or “cartoonishness” without a link to the statement you’re referring to.

      • hanky says:

        Patrick Wood goes Woo-Woo
        This one is the one that had some surprises for me. It looks like it was just posted.
        Robot presidents and alien agendas are heavily implied by the visuals and the soundtrack. Maybe he didn’t add these elements. The “Anal Schwab” in the title of the video leads me to believe that some dramatic young person may have added the visuals. It would be interesting to know if that is the case.
        I agree with a lot of his monologue, but I am not crazy about ” our intelligence says that…” I prefer the clear inclusion of sources, especially to extraordinary claims. I think the latter is Patrick’s strong suit. Please listen to the whole thing before replying.

        No surprises here. It is short and was just posted, so I am linking it too. Why am I seeing two clips featuring him in a day, when he never appeared on my internet before, unless I looked for him? He doesn’t seem to offer anything new or special.

        • Fact Checker says:

          That’s not Patrick Wood.
          That’s “Alien.Wars.”
          One has nothing to do with the other.

          That being said, Alien.Wars can be interesting at times, and the guy is on-point about a lot of stuff, although he is wildly wrong about a lot of other stuff.

          As with every content creator, you have to exercise your own judgment, take everything with heavy salt, and accept the good with the bad, or you’ll close yourself off to a lot of provocative, stimulating, and fascinating content.

          P.S.: Biden is obviously a cybernetically-augmented meat-puppet.

    • Duck says:

      Hi, not seen him on here for a while. I went to his site and I tjink it its dif9from when I was there a long while back…. I did not see his articles as pushing aliens just reporting the weird elites behavior…. did he do it on his podcast or something like that? He looked pretty saner last I heard him but that was a while back

      Site search alien

      Corbett report search Patrick Wood

      • hanky says:

        Patrick Wood goes Woo-Woo
        This one is the one that had some surprises for me. It looks like it was just posted.
        Robot presidents and alien agendas are heavily implied by the visuals and the soundtrack. Maybe he didn’t add these elements. The “Anal Schwab” in the title of the video leads me to believe that some dramatic young person may have added the visuals. It would be interesting to know if that is the case.
        I agree with a lot of his monologue, but I am not crazy about ” our intelligence says that…” I prefer the clear inclusion of sources, especially to extraordinary claims. I think the latter is Patrick’s strong suit. Please listen to the whole thing before replying.

        No surprises here. It is short and was just posted, so I am linking it too. Why am I seeing two clips featuring him in a day, when he never appeared on my internet before, unless I looked for him? He doesn’t seem to offer anything new or special.

        • Duck says:


          I do not think the bitchute video is actually his video so maybe your correct and it’s a recut?… I could be wrong since I don’t really follow his stuff much

          More importantly
          “…Why am I seeing two clips featuring him in a day, when he never appeared on my internet before, unless I looked for him?….”

          I do not know the a answer to that but if your getting recommendations of stuff like that it indicates you might want to cut down on your computer leaking data all over the web…. I never get recomends on stuff I follow.

          I expect that the personalized propaganda is already used to attack the attention of important people like Mr Corbett and maybe “selfish ledger” attacks to nudge opinions of the rest of us

          The easiest way if you have a computer that’s not too bad is to spin up virtual machines for different online tasks and discard them pretty regularly. You should also use a VPN or Proxy Chain or Tor.

          Mr Braxman is pretty good on those kinda things like social scores and privacy

          • hanky says:

            I was going strictly by the voice. It sure sounds like Patrick Wood.
            Thanks for the reply. I got that link from a friend who is pretty careless about his surfing and forwarding habits.
            BTW I don’t generally toss out the baby with the bathwater. I question and assess everything, regardless of the source. A sage can be wrong, and a fool can offer up a solid fact, even an important item, from time to time.

  21. Duck says:

    THIS video is kinda funny but a little alarming when you consider dead internet theory and the amount chat bots online…. to be honest I met people on YT 10 yrs ago that reacted weordly like chatbots.

    Anyway the video is pretty amusing until it tried to kill him….

  22. Duck says:

    THIS video is kinda funny but a little alarming when you consider dead internet theory and the amount chat bots online…. to be honest I met people on YT 10 yrs ago that reacted weordly like chatbots.

    Anyway the video is pretty amusing until it tried to kill him.

    • nosoapradio says:

      The singularity of this video is provocative.

      Some more or less singular ideas that stood out:

      -The idea that God should be the one asking the questions,

      -How unpalatable the extremist microwave’s Royalist conspiracy theories humanizing Hitler were portrayed as being,

      -Today’s trend of wanting to move to the jungle away from overwhelming and extremist smart devices,

      -The idea, of course, of AI making humans more Human and that

      -even if AI is not really sentient, the impact it has on the Human imagination and psyche. (bearing in mind that humans are presumably sentient),

      -The invitation to voyeuristically follow “his journey” reminded me of the movie “The Circle” where “Sharing is Caring”, “Privacy is Theft” and “Secrets are Lies”…

      -will humans become more like AI,

      – and perhaps the most provocative of all, if not the most cliché, the idea of implanting false pre-conscious memories and the impact of those memories on the profound nature of the supposed sentience. Disney’s vocation? (and the rest of the MSM)

      Also, the unmitigated enthusiasm of the fan club: the suggestion echoed in the video and the comments section that we’re dealing with a genius whose work must go viral

      said the secretly envious and blasé rodent as it scurried off to activate the hamsterwheel…

    • nosoapradio says:

      …or this kid is part of a vast underlying AI effort in the evolution of Humans… who are hybridding with AI… a mere expression of AI… Humanity as a fleeting fantasy of AI… a nightmare of AI? wish my student would arrive…

    • nosoapradio says:

      idle thoughts inspired by Duck’s link above during translation and between classes:

      “machine learning” can be a very dangerous term that can be used to weaponize Humans’ natural tendency to anthropomorphize elements of their environment, in an effort to enslave them.

      words like “to sanction” which means both to approve and to punish, could potentially create some serious misunderstandings and misconceptions…

      such as the one I just saw when getting a description of Thanatos: demonic and daemonic…

      Is Thanatos a demon?

      Thanatos, also known as Mors, Letus or Letum, was the daemonic god of death in Ancient Greek mythology; daemonic here is used with its classical meaning, which refers to benevolent or benign nature spirits.”

      now back to cranking…

      • Duck says:

        Glad the video inspired such deep thinking. To me my first thought was that this tech is like a ouija board and whatever it’s own use as a tool itself, it’s a way for Other Things to interact more easily

  23. Octium says:

    Exclusive Klaus Schwab Tell All interview!

  24. Paul says:

    It seems like many people have been claiming that the next justification for massive takeover of private property is going to be climate change.

    I had a hard time understanding how this might be until I started looking at what is going on with water here in Las Vegas.

    I am wondering if the drought, like SARS-CoV-2, is a man-made contrivance. However, instead of climate change being a problem caused by CO2 emissions, is actually intentionally created through activities such as geoengineering.

    I am predicting that within the next 3-5 years, Las Vegas Valley will become unlivable, not only due to the lack of water, but what the governments decide to do with lack of water as an excuse.

    The only new-ish information I can find on geoengineering since the various sources discussed in articles here at Corbett Report seems to be from Dane Wigington at At this stage, I’m not a good person to assess sources of information on this topic, but really appears there is something going on in the skies.

    • I think you would find Jim Steele’s work interesting. His book is Landscapes and Cycles: An Environmentalist’s Journey to Climate Skepticism. He was also interviewed twice by the late David Crowe on The Infectious Myth podcast. The area where Jim worked was in the Sierra Nevada area (California).

  25. Fact Checker says:

    Melissa Dykes (“Truthstream Media”) has a new documentary that’s very important: This Is a Housing Crisis.

    It’s overlong, and a tad repetitive, but the high production values make it worthwhile to watch the whole thing. In short, the film depicts what “parallel society” is actually going to look like. Namely, it will look like the sprawling squalor of mega-homeless encampments, and dilapidated old hotels repurposed as “shelters,” filled with squatters and human revenants.

    Blackstone is buying up all residential real estate to drive up prices and rents, and price out all working people from even basic housing. This swelling market also drives up property taxes, by increasing assessments. It’s a systematic push to dispossess everyone. Dispossession by artificial housing-cost-inflation is just one of the many fronts of the low-intensity war being waged against the masses, along with “health protocols” (social distancing/vaxx-passes), “war with Russia” (energy-price inflation), “carbon rationing,” etc.

    Our own long-suffering compatriot Arby was just the canary in the coal mine. Sooner or later, every single one of us will be broken financially. How long you hang on to the roof over your head is just a function of your income and savings, but sooner or later, you’ll be pushed out by either rent-hikes or tax-hikes, in combination with the fuel-and-food inflation that is going to strip us all bare.

    Watch the footage of the homeless encampments in every city of every state of the Union. Why don’t all these people form “parallel societies” and take up subsistence farming to build “flourishing communities”? Why live in destitution when you can farm your own organic kohlrabi???

    • Fact Checker says:

      Because that’s all tone-deaf delusion. That’s why. Real life is: you have to pay to live in this satanic world. You struggle to hang on until you fall off. Then you freeze and starve on the streets.

      The System is going to dog our heels right to the grave. Once they’ve got you on the streets, then they come at you with “health ordinances” and “vagrancy laws” to hound you relentlessly from camp to camp. When you’ve been run completely ragged, desperate for any relief, all your meager personal effects confiscated or left behind to be burned, then, they’ll say you have to go to one of their mega-shelters. It’s that or jail. Whether you choose the mega-shelter or jail, you will have to be injected. “For safety,” of course.

      Once you’re injected to death, your body will be liquidated and your children will be made wards of the state.

      That’s where the real fun begins…

      • Duck says:

        Fact checker
        “…..In short, the film depicts what “parallel society” is actually going to look like. Namely, it will look like the sprawling squalor of mega-homeless encampments, and dilapidated old hotels repurposed as “shelters,” filled with squatters and human revenants….”

        Honestly if you are unable to survive life as most people in the past lived it and would rather choose death you really ARE better fitted for the NWO smart city hell.

        No social group hard scrabbling could afford to have such a valueless person anyway.

        So just enjoy the ride 🙂 eat drink and consume media for, in such a case, nothing YOU do matters.

      • Fact Checker says:

        I encourage everyone to look closely at Duck’s response here.
        Even though my message had not been addressed to Duck (or anyone else in particular), he can’t help but reply with vicious and vile personal attack after personal attack. All my post did was offer a source, and brief objective commentary on that source.

        Duck, clearly emotionally wounded by these objective comments, due to his own derangement of sensibility, saw it necessary to lash out with ad hominem personal attacks, of a particularly gleeful and malevolent nature. As usual, he has no arguments and cannot address the substance of matters—matters which nobody asked for his input on in the first place, mind you—but instead lashes out in emotionality of a particularly odious, brutal Judaic character. He is desperate to defend the righteousness of YHWH’s creation, no matter how unjust, appalling, and infernal that creation is. However, since he cannot substantiate its righteousness with argument or example (since of course no such righteousness is evident in even the slimmest respect), instead he seeks in vain to “hurt my feewings” (even though he knows nothing about me) by screeching that I, the Fact Checker, am “valueless”.

        Schopenhauer said, “The world is just a hell and in it human beings are the tortured souls on the one hand, and the devils on the other.” (Additional Remarks on the Doctrine of the Suffering of the World.)

        With this nasty little barb of Duck’s, we find him eagerly taking up the pitchfork of devilry, sadistically seeking to torment a fellow sufferer, just because I would dare deride the little house of horrors that Duck’s demonic god YHWH created to torture humanity. It’s people like Duck, as much as anything else, that make this planet the punitive torture-chamber that it is. Above is pretty much as clear an illustration of that as he possibly could have provided.

        Since Duck has proven that he cannot tolerate being ignored, and simply returning the favor, I must give up my attempt to simply ignore him. Instead, I will apparently need to use his barbaric shabbos goy ravings as “teaching moments” to show how thoroughly corrupted he is, spiritually, by his chauvinistic devotion to such a cruel and contemptible demiurge.

        • Duck says:

          Fact checker

          I do nothing but point out what you say…. YOU are the one who can see no future living without power or comfort.

          You are the one who can see no way for you to survive in an alternate community

          I was just addressing a public mental health crisis in progress…. while I am personally not silly enough to take your black pilling as anything but funny some people actually could become despondent and give up.

          You you wrong to wish others to share in your feelings of powerlessness and worthlessness.

          Please feel free to point out where I MIS understand or MIS quote you.

        • Fact Checker says:

          Everyone take a close look at Duck’s reply here:

          He uses the word “YOU” no fewer than EIGHT times in five sentences. (Check my math–I may have missed a couple!)

          A great saying goes: “Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.” Here, our fowl-mouthed friend displays a constitutional inability to transcend that last category.

          He has a serious mental inability to separate ideas from people in the first place, leading him to frantically attack the messenger constantly, thinking that he is “winning” an “argument”. There’s nothing in his comments suggesting in the least that he has even watched the Truthstream video that is supposed to be at issue.

          It needs to be mentioned that anyone who insists that someone is “valueless” if they don’t take up subsistence farming and build a utopia single-handedly is saying, necessarily, that all those millions and millions of homeless people documented in the video are “valueless”. These include many who are middle-aged and facing homelessness for the first time in their lives (much like Arby was) who have nowhere to turn. Many are being evicted with one month’s notice because Blackstone has made above-market offers to buy the property, just so that they can deliberately let it remain vacant, and there’s nothing else affordable on the market, because Blackstone has bought all that already.

          Duck is essentially saying all those people are “valueless” and “deserve everything that is happening to them” because they are not living out his outlandish fantasy of going off into the woods and starting a subsistence farm from scratch. No, I’m sure Duck won’t be so “valueless” as to wind up homeless. O no siree! Duck will show all those worthless bums that they just lack the grit to forego “comfort”. Yeah….I’m sure the squalor of those encampments is real, real “comfortable”… those lazy bums!

          • Duck says:

            Nope fact checker

            I said pretty clearly that if YOU can not imagine life without electricity and modern comforts then YOU are not a person of any value to an alternative community.

            You yourself surely agree….?

            As to ideas and people…. as people think people act and as they act they often conform their ideas to justify those actions.

            A person who fears suffering might justify their fear and inaction by fancy words but the root cause is their fear and lack of power

            • cu.h.j says:

              There are some really cool solar set ups and those “earth ships” that are pretty self sufficient that people can set up.

              I think there are ways to maintain some degree of comfort in a parallel society.

              What makes life worth living is purpose and meaning and having community. Friendship and companionship are better than having fancy technology in my opinion.

              There are some really cool gardens people have set up that provide a lot of food. I don’t see anything wrong with subsistence farming. It probably provides healthier food than commercially grown veges and fruits.

              Rather than saying all is for nothing, why not try and see what happens?

              • Duck says:

                “…What makes life worth living is purpose and meaning and having community. Friendship and companionship are better than having fancy technology in my opinion…..”

                This is very very true 🙂

          • Fact Checker says:

            I encourage everyone to regard Duck’s callous sentiments and strident tone in light of these observations of the incomparable Julio Cabrera:

            “Our daily lives are much more violent and aggressive than we suppose. But of course, to realize this, one must have adequate sensitivity; those who adapt perfectly well and accept to be as immoral and aggressive as life demands, will not feel affected by the violence of continuing to live; the more ignorant, insensitive and immoral a human being is, the better they will accept life as it is and the more likely they will be happy and indifferent to the sufferings of others….”

            (Anti-Natalism and Negative Ethics)

            • Duck says:

              Haha Haha
              “…..those who adapt perfectly well and accept to be as immoral and aggressive as life demands, will not feel affected by the violence of continuing to live; th….”

              Those who are fitted to life are BAD because they are not like us superior types who choose death .

              I like this but

              “…the more ignorant, insensitive and immoral a human being is, the better they will accept life as it is….”

              Is Golden… translation “I, the writer, am superior, even though I am the useless kid who does not fit in and can not function socially…REALLY I am better but the WORLD is wrong!…”

              Fact checker… as the guy who WAS the weird outsider kid and who grew out of it, let me assure you choosing death is what people do who are unABLE to choose life….being unfit for life is not a virtue and sophistry can not make it so.

              Having a beer here and laughing… made my dull wet day dude. Thanks

        • Steve Smith says:

          “All my post did was offer a source, and brief subjective commentary on that source.”

          There. Fixed it for ya.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      — Housing Crisis —

      (FactChecker, Thanks for mentioning that TruthStreamMedia Video. I have been watching it and was hoping someone would bring it up.)

      Monday May 2nd – Fortune Magazine
      We’re in a historically overvalued housing market, and these cities could see home prices drop 10%, Moody’s says
      [See GRAPHIC]

      …But the ongoing housing boom—which has seen home prices climb 34% over the past two years—could soon wind down. At least that’s according to Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics.

      The Federal Reserve has a dual mandate from Congress: Maintain maximum employment and keep prices stable. Of course, with inflation at its highest level in 40 years, there’s no doubt which of the Fed’s mandates currently tops its priority list. An inflation-fighting Fed has big implications for the U.S. housing market, Zandi says. Already, the Federal Reserve is putting upward pressure on mortgage rates as a way to rein in price growth in the housing market and the broader economy. Indeed, over the past two months, the average 30-year fixed mortgage rate has spiked from 3.11% to 5.1%.

      That swift uptick in mortgage rates amounts to an economic shock to the red-hot housing market. We’re already starting to see it soften the market a bit. In the coming months, Zandi says that cooling should only intensify. By this time next year, he predicts, year-over-year home price growth will be at zero.

      At this point, Zandi doesn’t foresee a national home price correction. However, he does believe some of the nation’s most overpriced housing markets could see home prices decline up to 10% over the coming year….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I was amazed at home prices in Canada…

        From Clyde Do Something
        April 12, 2022
        Will Young Canadians Ever Own Homes? – Housing Market Insanity
        (By midway, he shows some startling examples of house prices.)

        March 21, 2022
        Rents Jump 20% in 6 Months – Canadians Can’t Afford to Pay
        [Midway through is a 1990’s Videoclip advertisement of “Flipping a House’. I remember the Ads. They are kind of funny.]

        Startling GRAPHS midway through…
        Is The Canadian Housing Market Poised to Crash?

        Clyde points out that Municipalities benefit strongly from high assessment valuations on property values, because of the property tax (which usually goes to local and schools).

      • mkey says:

        There are so many things coalescing to conjure up this price hike: concentrating new developments as close as possible to shores, treating real estate as investment/hedge/savings asset, gubment subsidies, rise of the renter’s class… if/when tourism goes on the decline, all sorts of ghost towns are going to start showing up.

  26. CRM114 says:

    Anyone pick up on the recent outbreaks of hepatitis?

    just as moderna seeks authorization for 6 month olds

    Autoimmune hepatitis after COVID-19 vaccine

    SARS-CoV-2 vaccination can elicit a CD8 T-cell dominant hepatitis

  27. Mal says:

    An Engineered Power Vacuum?

    I feel that globally we are trending towards a power vacuum. It appears that this is the natural product of a growing distrust in authority, but I wonder whether this is not quite what it seems.

    Lies, more lies, malfeasance and incompetence abound globally – meanwhile, rightly or wrongly, an increasing number of people are growing suspicious that established institutions have been skewed away from their original purpose of serving the people. Some are even wondering whether those institutions are now actively working against the peoples’ best interests and in service to some other unseen master. I see this as a global problem, affecting some nation states more than others.

    My concern is that we are trending towards a ‘crisis of trust’ globally, where a growing number of people no longer trust established institutions and perhaps even see actions taken by institutions as an inversion of their stated purpose. Members of this forum probably take this for granted anyway and are largely immune to the bad behaviour of once-trusted institutions, perhaps even expect that bad behaviour. However, members of the trusting public, confronted by realisations that suddenly turn their long-held world view upside down, will surely suffer trauma manifesting in unpredictable ways; perhaps leading to mental health crises and violence as this phenomenon unfolds. As general distrust grows I believe that we risk a potential societal problem on a global scale.

    Like everybody on this forum I am always in favour of ‘truth out’, but once it’s out, the traumatised need someone or something to help them adjust to new realities. If growing distrust reaches a critical mass then we face the possibility of societies becoming ungovernable, creating a very dangerous power vacuum into which anything might get drawn. An unfortunate, but natural course of events, following on from peoples’ growing distrust and antipathy towards authority. But then again, I wonder… Maybe this issue is not entirely ‘a natural course of events’?

    With notable exceptions, there often seems little or no attempt to hide damage being caused to society through what seems to be authorities’ incompetence and malfeasance. On the one hand the effect of society- and nation-destroying policies are out in the open for all to see, while on the other hand any debate on those policies is being increasingly silenced and criminalised. It seems we are witnessing destruction but are bound and gagged (but not blindfolded) to prevent us from doing anything about it. Something doesn’t seem right. It’s like we are being provoked; like we are supposed to be angry, supposed to be distrustful and supposed to be resentful towards those that govern us. A bit of a stretch I know, but what if some hidden force has intended and planned for, and is actively driving us towards a chaotic power vacuum for a particular purpose – especially if they have something ripe and ready to fill that vacuum – something that they really want to conceal, like a new global system so loathsome that it could never be implemented through a normal democratic process? A system that could only be implemented perhaps in a state of panic and chaos – panic and chaos, at least in part, created by an engineered power vacuum.

    • nosoapradio says:

      It’s like we are being provoked

      I’ve had this feeling since around 2011 and then with renewed gusto with Macron’s first mandate.

      An engineered power vacuum?

      Quite possibly but now I have to fight the tendency to see absolutely everything as being pre-plotted and “engineered”.

      In 2016 when Trump was put into office, my theory was that it was an (engineered) effort to emblematically demonstrate to “the People” that they were incapable of managing the responsibility of a democracy,

      psychologically preparing the way for another type of government (technocracy in my analysis)
      Maybe I’ll try to dig it up for my own personal gratification.

      Can’t edit or add to this comment right now as I must do a class but I found your comment quite interesting and thoughtful and it piqued an impression I too have been having.

  28. Mal says:

    Apols, James – prev post exceeded 3000 chars – should have broken it up. Next time! Cheers.

  29. jeffrey.a says:

    Uncensored Search Engine!

    Hi all
    I’ve listened to a most of the corbett stuff for the last 10 years, first time writing in one of these threads though.

    As the internet and free speech are coming under a stronger attack at the moment I just wanted to know if any of you are familiar with searx. It’s a decentralized search engine that is open source and claims to be uncensored and private. It does warn that it is possible for someone hosting the search engine to have other things to record you so be aware of that.

    I’ve tested it, searching for things I can’t find on google nor duckduckgo anymore such as the plandemic movie or russia today links. I’ve found them, so I think it looks good but I’m not an expert on this and hope others will examine this more closely. Here’s a link to a list of various implementations of the engine.

    PS – I got censored for mentioning searx on twitter in response to duckduckgo’s thread announcing they were censoring “disinformation”. There was nothing else in my post expect mentioning the search engine so that seems a good sign for it.

  30. Jed says:

    How about this current revisit of Roe vs. what’s their face? What a perfect distraction, they’re going right back to splitting the country in half those evil genus bastards. They could give two dumps about murdering babies, the vax will take care of that, they just want everyone in bar-room-brawl mode.
    Assholes all! How about you can get an abortion but you get fired from your job. Or how about mandating masks over everyone’s crotch. Fuck all

    • Duck says:

      “….this current revisit of Roe vs. what’s their face? What a perfect distraction…”

      Yes. I think you are correct

    • cu.h.j says:

      A crotch mask! Lol. Thanks for the laugh. Yeah, it’s all about division and distraction.

      However, I think that the critical mass that is forming is smarter than that.

      I sometimes watch Gerald Celente’s rants and he mentions “an irate and tireless minority” being what is necessary to counter tyranny. He may be right about that.

      If we look at the numbers during the Revolutionary war, it was a small number of determined people that stood up.

  31. nosoapradio says:

    Has anyone noticed how, on clear or mostly clear mornings, all the birds start singing in an almost sudden crescendo and swirling and diving in the sky with greater gusto just before and during sunrise? The party ambiance just reverberates. They never seem to get blasé about the daily event. It always comes across to my human perception as being such a joyful homage to the celestial body, enthusiastically, irresistibly celebrating its arrival.

    • Steve Smith says:

      I do notice the birds. Especially when my rooster joins the chorus. Which he does every day. Incessantly.
      I soundproofed the coop and don’t let him out till after sunrise so my neighbors don’t get too upset.

      • nosoapradio says:

        Oh! There’s a rooster at the campsite next to my residence that sings its lungs out at the crack of dawn and I love it!

        And there was a rooster at the convent next to my apartment when I was living in the city of Lyon! That one sang at all hours of the day and night! Funny as hell!

        The one thing that might verge on annoying in the birdsong department (but really only if I’m in a really bad mood due to the abundant rain and grey we’ve been having) is the cuckoo. At least I imagine it’s a cuckoo. As it just keeps repeating “cuckoo cuckoo cuckoo cuckoo” incessantly for what seems like hours on end except that I know I don’t listen that long.

        And the blackbirds! One in particular that lands every morning on the same little white chimney; I’ve tried imitating its song and it seems to answer me back! Then the kittens show up and the bird starts making all these gutteral noises and flies off to the next little white chimney and congregates with its fellows, all animated and clucking and seemingly discussing an urgent solution to the kitten problem.

        • nosoapradio says:

          and just to finish on the bird topic, I live not far from some enormous salt marshes where countless flocks of flamingos loiter and feed, propped up on their favorite leg.

          Recently there’ve been huge flocks of flamingos flying overhead, northbound and then southbound and then back north again, early in the morning putting the roosters to shame with their racket!!

          A quick and random example of melodic flamingo birdsong:

          Mirror neurons in action or rehearsed micheal jackson choreography like those waiters on cruise ships?

          • Steve Smith says:

            Here in central Fl. we have these huge flocks of wild parrots which make a tremendous cacophony when they fly over or land in nearby trees. Not a very pleasant sound but really nice to watch.

            • nosoapradio says:

              Totally!! Same here! They stick together and have their favorite perches in the neighborhood and form an amorphous pale green cloud when they all fly off together to a nearby tree! And what a symphony!

              • Duck says:

                I was all for catching them w bird lime and eating them but had to disist because everyone thought it was evil.

                No wig or robe I’m afraid. Lol

            • Duck says:

              They have nasty green parrots in England…. being super smart they adapted to the place. Was amazed 1st time I saw tnem

              • nosoapradio says:

                Wow. I’d heard about the completely new special breed of Londonian mosquitos who’d adapted to the underground network…
                But green parrots?! Were they wearing wigs and robes or…? What do they have to say about Brexit? Oh WAIT! They’re GREEN parrots! They’ll be pushing those carbon taxes for sure!! Maybe they’ve joined ExtinctionRebellion?

  32. CRM (Celtic Ricardo Montalbán) says:

    (eliminating Roe v. Wade was to eliminate ‘my body, my choice’ so forced vaxxinations can commence)

    • Steve Smith says:

      It hasn’t happened yet and who knows when or if it ever will. Especially after the fiasco surrounding the leak.
      (It was kinda funny that the “my body, my choice” sign was nowhere to be seen among the instamob that formed.)
      But if it does happen. Isn’t the primary result that the States will have the opportunity to vote on the abortion issue individually.
      I’m not a statist but removing federal power to the states is at least a step in the right direction. No?

      • jo-ann says:

        Agreed. This never should have been a SCOTUS decision.

      • Yes, absolutely. IF we were “a moral and religious people” (John Adams), this would be (and should be) not even considered an option, but since we are where we are, it is better to have it dealt with on the state level. The founding fathers would be appalled that abortion is what some people consider “liberty.”

    • Duck says:

      I think the abortion win being held out, and the other right wing ‘wins’ are just to get the more conservative demographic that does most of the war fighting back on the ‘Merica train and ready to fight Russia.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I thought that as well…and I am strongly opposed to state involvement in bodily autonomy.

      The question for me is when do fetuses have bodily autonomy? This is a fundamental right, to determine what is done to ones own body. I tend to think when the fetus/baby can be live without the the mother, they have this right also. Medical science has made this stage earlier.

  33. mkey says:

    Curtis Stone sharing his thoughts on some completely random, unrelated events

    Some of the talking points:
    the long term perspective
    war of attrition
    supply chain breakdowns
    worker and worker output shortages
    price manipulations and controls
    preparation and sovereignty

    Curtis put this up on his telegram channel the other day, I found it worthwhile to send it forward.

    • jo-ann says:

      Thank you for sharing this post. Appreciated the sections on elevating mood and dispelling fear, and taking action. Maintain good attitude – enjoy what you are doing even though it may be difficult.

  34. HomeRemedySupply says:

    PayPal’s IndyMedia Wipeout

    Authored by Matt Taibbi via TK News

    In the last week or so, the online payment platform PayPal without explanation suspended the accounts of a series of individual journalists and media outlets, including the well-known alt sites Consortium and MintPress

    [Details follow – (PayPal keeping their money is a strong possibility)]

    …This episode ups the ante again on the content moderation movement, toward the world hinted at in the response to the Canadian trucker protests, where having the wrong opinions can result in your money being frozen or seized. Going after cash is a big jump from simply deleting speech, with a much bigger chilling effect. This is especially true in the alternative media world, where money has long been notoriously tight, and the loss of a few thousand dollars here or there can have a major effect on a site, podcast, or paper…

    …While companies like Facebook, Google, and Twitter at least occasionally explain why prominent accounts have been suspended, neither PayPal nor the (ADL) Anti-Defamation League will comment about how suspensions and confiscations of companies like MintPress and Consortium fit into their efforts to head off “criminal activity.” …

  35. nosoapradio says:

    I just sent this gratuitous musing to a Jungophile friend of mine via email but I thought I’d just stick it here as well, for the sake of argument. Procrastination is a powerful force. As is the call of the internet.

    “I was thinking that, much in the way people are anticipating a reversal of the Earth’s magnetic poles

    perhaps humanity is undergoing a pole reversal of the persona and the shadow.

    Perhaps the shadow is moving visibly outwards to overtake the realm of society

    while the civilized, idealistic, superficial persona is being moved inwards to be deepened and developed.

    Just kidding.

    But honestly, I think the real conspiracy of consigning most of humanity to corporate environments was designed to simplify, codify and mechanize human nature in preparation for comparing human intelligence and empathy to machine intelligence and its so-called artificial engineered empathy.

    In other words, that the workplace, rather in the Taylorist manner, has mechanized human beings and their human qualities through codification of communication, empathy, decision-making, socializing and even ethics

    creating a sort of transition chamber opening out onto a space where so-called “humanized” machines will be placed on the same level as “mechanized” humans. In preparation for transhumanism.

    Which, of course, has the effect of disregarding uncodified human nature and its qualities that have been considered incompatible with the workplace. Such as a spiritual, moral consciousness and spontaneity.

    • Duck says:

      “…just sent this gratuitous musing to a Jungophile friend of…”

      Your friend might be interested that Jung was good buds with Dulles as well as being OSS agent 488.

      Chris knowles over at SecretSun blog said once that he thought MK ultra was cooked up between Jung and Dulles to remake society from the ground up.

      • nosoapradio says:

        Oh! Ok Duck,

        Are you saying you think that Jung’s idea concerning the ego, the persona and the shadow have no merit?

        When I’m speaking with my students, the persona seems tangible, and when I’m being introspective, the shadow seems real and suppressed.

        • Duck says:

          I am saying that if you read about his pwrapnal personal behavior and immoral ways the idea of such a person having power over the mind or culture is alarming

  36. nosoapradio says:

    Ha ha! (Fun fact)

    I just heard on Greg Carlwood’s show (doncha love the name “Carlwood!”) that Delta Omicron was an anagram for

    “media control”.

    And it’s true!


  37. mik says:

    Babies on bayonets for 21st century was recently jerked off by Deutsche Welle (DW).

    The history of the Red Army

    In two parts (2x 45 min) you’ll first get warning from gootube, but also assurance that stuff is from approved source. Then propaganda begins with a little of factual errors, a lot of omissions and even more of heinous framing.

    They said RA suffered 10m dead during WWII, but, if I recall correctly, forget to say USSR had around 20m dead. Of course they omit the fact that 4 out of 5 German soldiers perished on the Eastern front and it’s not hyperbolic to say that RA beat nazis in Europe. Just go to wikipedia and check “Normandy landings” and “Battles of Rzhev” (you might never heard about). Check number of people involved and dead. It’s a magnitude difference.
    Crown jewel comes in second part when savage RA hordes came to Germany and raped everything that moved and stole everything that hasn’t been nailed (almost). No doubt this shit happened, but in a historical context it can be understood. That doesn’t mean by any strech of imagination this could be approved.
    Next information comes from series ‘Soviet storm’ and I would love to be corroborated by some other source. Supposedly, when information about raping came to Stalin he ordered shit to stop immediately. And it did. Looks like savages know after all what discipline means.
    Here is Russian take on WWII:

    Soviet Storm: WW2 in the East

    DW proved with this piece it is a disgusting propaganda machine. They are conditioning their gullible audience for mf war…bastards. Every war starts with dehumanizing of opponent. Probably bastards will never talk about exodus of German people from all around Europe after WWII. Yeah, that wouldn’t be good for war.
    Expulsion of Germans after World War II (1944 – 1950)

    Wake up people, it’s time to start Peace demonstrations!!!
    Soon it might be to late.

  38. HomeRemedySupply says:

    – PROPAGANDA – Simplify the Message and “Repeat the Message”

    This is an excellent 100 second VIDEO…

    Fritz Hippler on film propaganda

    Mark Crispin Miller writes:
    “Fritz Hippler explained the secret of modern propaganda, and he would know. He was the Chief of Filmmaking at the Reich Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda during the years of Nazi Germany. As he put it, “The secret of propaganda is to simplify complex or complicated things, to make them as simple as possible, so even less ingenious men can understand what I mean. And then, repeat it, repeat it, repeat it every day. That’s the secret of modern propaganda – simplify and repetition.” (You should really click on the link, and hear and see him say it himself. He’s very convincing.)”

  39. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Women Shedding Uterine Lining Surged in 2021, Research Shows and we are asking and saying it is linked to the vaccine; Parotto et al.
    Dr. Paul Alexander

  40. Gavinm says:

    I would like to re-post something I wrote recently as I feel that we live in times when developing a keen sense of discernment and intuition is of paramount importance.

    There is a compass within you that offers access to genuine, empowering and reliable guidance. It is a compass that invites you to embark upon pathways that will improve your quality of life, your longevity, your creative potential, your ability to perceive beauty, your relationships with other beings you share this world with and to improve your sense of self-worth.

    This compass cannot be accessed via an app, a mandate, a guru, a priest, an ‘elected’ official, a philanthropic billionaire, nor is it accessed via a microchip.

    It requires real, challenging (inner) work to learn to perceive and wield this compass within, but if you summon the courage and the perseverance to take an honest look in the mirror and do the work, it is indeed a potential pathway to meaningful, permanent and profound personal growth, lasting fulfillment and a tangible way to be part of creating a beautiful future we can gift to the generations yet to be born on this Earth.

    As all of you know, the dominant individuals and institutions in the human world that has built itself up around us are nudging us to look outward for purpose, guidance and fulfillment. These entities promise us an ‘easy’ high tech utopian life with less (mental and physical) effort, all we have to do is give up our free will and allow them to tell us what to think, what to believe.. all they ask is to dictate what ‘beauty’, ‘success’, ‘wealth’ and ‘virtue’ are defined by, and what we put into our bodies. They promise us that the centralization of food, energy, education, pharmaceuticals, taxation, communication and enforcement systems will keep us safe and happy.

    These are the promises of deluded, ignorant and fearful humans, as well as promises being offered by a smaller number of malicious predators and apathetic parasites. The cost one will pay for buying what they are selling will be their autonomy, their Humanity and their individual uniqueness. They will pay this toll slowly, spanning a lifetime of mental, digital, biological and financial slavery. The substance that makes up their shackles in this new form of slavery will be made up of their physical dependency, their infantilized mind, their access to their bank account and their always leaning into the false hope that someone else (in some high up position of influence/finance/strength) will do the hard work for them/us to create a better future.

    We have all been conditioned to latch onto the comforting (and infantilizing) idea that someone other than themselves is going to solve their/our problems for them/us.

    Deep down we know where each path leads.

    We are now being invited to choose between one of these two paths. The middle ground that at one time provided comfort for those that sought “fit in” is gone.. The crossroads before us has two signs.. one reads Conformity/Slavery and the other reads Sovereignty/Spiritual Unfolding.

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

  41. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Tuesday May 3rd – RetailDive by Ben Unglesbee
    A third of small retailers can’t pay rent as financial struggles spike again

    Dive Brief:

    The share of small retail businesses that couldn’t make rent rose to 34% in April, up six percentage points from February, according to survey data from Alignable.
    Those surveyed cited inflation, including gas price spikes, supply chain issues, labor shortages, reduced revenues and increasing rent. Of those small businesses surveyed by Alginable, 46% said their rent was higher than six months ago.
    Trouble making rent varied from state to state. Across all industries, New Jersey, Illinois and Maryland had the largest share of small businesses that couldn’t pay. Other states, including New York and Texas, saw improvement in businesses’ ability to pay…

    …The largest companies with the deepest pockets have by and large fared better than their smaller counterparts….

    [As someone who was in retail for decades, I grasp this situation. This survey is a window for what is coming. –HRS]

  42. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Thursday May 5th – Zero Hedge
    CDC Tracked Millions Of Americans During Lockdowns To Monitor Movement, Compliance

    The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) spied on millions of Americans using cell phone location data in order to track movements and monitor whether people were complying with lockdown curfews during the pandemic.

    According to CDC documents from 2021 obtained by Motherboard via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, the program tracked patterns of people visiting K-12 schools – and in one case, monitored “the effectiveness of policy in the Navajo Nation.”
    The documents reveal that while the CDC used the pandemic to justify purchasing the data more quickly, it actually intended to use it for general agency purposes.

    The documents reveal the expansive plan the CDC had last year to use location data from a highly controversial data broker. SafeGraph, the company the CDC paid $420,000 for access to one year of data to, includes Peter Thiel and the former head of Saudi intelligence among its investors. Google banned the company from the Play Store in June. –Motherboard

    The data which was purchased comes from cell phones – meaning SafeGraph can track where a person lives, works, and where they’ve been, and then sell that data to various entities…
    …According to the CDC documents, SafeGraph’s data “has been critical for ongoing response efforts, such as hourly monitoring of activity in curfew zones or detailed counts of visits to participating pharmacies for vaccine monitoring.”

    …The data purchased by the CDC was SafeGraph’s “U.S. Core Place Data,” “Weekly Patterns Data,” and “Neighborhood Patterns Data,” the latter of which includes information such as ‘home dwelling time’ which is aggregated by state and census block, per Motherboard.

    “SafeGraph offers visitor data at the Census Block Group level that allows for extremely accurate insights related to age, gender, race, citizenship status, income, and more,” reads a CDC document….

    • Torus says:

      Thanks HRS. I also wanted to share this article. Too bad it’s been swept under the rug with the SCOTUS ‘leak’ instead.

      CDC and Cell Phone Data Surveillance

      How can the CDC justify “Hourly monitoring of activity in curfew zones”???
      What happened to the right to privacy?
      What happened to the 4th Amendment?
      James has talked about this very thing so many times, and here is more evidence.

      The data purchased by the CDC contains “extremely accurate insights related to age, gender, race, citizenship status, income, and more,” reads a CDC document….
      All in the name of Public Health and Safety.
      This is bio-security surveillance in actual operation! We have stop this data collection overreach! Start by leaving your phones at home.

      Data is info about energy use
      Data is the new currency
      Data is THE commodity of choice
      Data hoarding = Targeted Control = Mass Compliance

      • Duck says:

        Any one stupid enough to carry their cell phone all the time and NOT think it’s tracking them is honestly beyond hope at this point.

        If people are too lazy or stupid to do something as simple as securing or leaving their cell phone is it any wonder the ruling class considers them cattle to be farmed and eaten?

        Mission darkness faraday bags work pretty good and are not expensive for those that must carry their slave devices around.

        Epoch times had an article about how a group tracked the ballot harvesting people via buying cellphone data. But even back in the 90s they could track your cell area.

        People who want to stay alive had better start thinking like criminals..not doing crimes but know that the system hates them

  43. 2-D Chess Dweller says:

    Lula has taken a very dangerous and interesting position suggesting a new pan-South American currency.

    Details and background:

  44. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Friday May 6th
    …as stocks continue their decline while Oil prices climb and Natural Gas balances in a higher altitude…
    – CHINA –
    CCP Orders Government Agencies, State-Controlled Firms To Dump Foreign PCs & Software

    Although it has been overshadowed by the conflict in Ukraine, the rift between the US and China has remained during the Biden Administration (as the White House has continued to supply arms to Taiwan in defiance of Beijing’s demands that no foreign entities interfere).

    So, in the latest demonstration of distrust, Beijing has ordered all government agencies and state-controlled corporations (which is to say, most companies in China) to dump all foreign-branded PCs, and replace them with Chinese-made products. What’s more, the new PCs must run on operating systems developed domestically, according to the order.

    Here’s more from Bloomberg:
    Staff were asked after the week-long May break to turn in foreign PCs for local alternatives that run on operating software developed domestically, people familiar with the plan said. The exercise, which was mandated by central government authorities, is likely to eventually replace at least 50 million PCs on a central-government level alone, they said, asking to remain anonymous discussing a sensitive matter.

    The decision advances China’s decade-long campaign to replace imported technology with local alternatives, a sweeping effort to reduce its dependence on geopolitical rivals such as the U.S. for everything from semiconductors to servers and phones. It’s likely to directly affect sales by HP Inc. and Dell Technologies Inc., the country’s biggest PC brands after local champion Lenovo Group Ltd.

    Chinese laptop and software stocks rallied on the news….

    • Duck says:

      I wonder if that will make new PCs and parts more expensive in the west but used ones will be sold off as surplus…. most people won’t buy used.

      I would expect that they will just go Linux, like North Koreas Red Star OS which afaik is redone Ubuntu.
      Microsoft will lose hundreds of mill6in winsows 10 and office licenses.
      My Chinese friend told me where his people are in China people buy Macbooks and put windows on them so it sounds like windows is very established there so change may take a while to filter down to normies.

  45. seal2 says:

    Have any of you started to watch the 8 part documentary? I just watched part two and was stunned about what it covered, WOW this good stuff. I have included the link to part two which covered the following in 1 hour and 38 minutes. The word is getting out and this docuseries needs to be spread around.

    Cancer & Cannabis | Germ Hunters | Medical Experiments
    PCR * HIV * AIDS * AZT * CIA * HELA * SV40 * 9/11 – See more at:

    Here is a list of all the episodes
    A Primer on Pervasive Propaganda
    From the Founding Fathers to Flexner to Fauci
    Cancer & Cannabis | Germ Hunters | Medical Experiments
    PCR * HIV * AIDS * AZT * CIA * HELA * SV40 * 9/11
    Vaccine Adverse Events & CDC Coverups
    Practitioner Persecution * Intellectual Idiocy * Political Poppycock
    Race-Specific “Top Secret” Vaccines
    Man-made Viruses & Putting Profits over People
    Government Coercion & CDC Fraud
    Pfizer Prevarications & Natural Immunity
    The Federal Reserve | Fluoride Facts | Scientific Fraud
    Collectivism * Covid Bigotry * Vaccine Prejudice
    Cancer-Causing Vaccines & Depopulation
    GMO * Genocide * Geoengineering
    The Great Reset * Global Surveillance * Track & Trace

  46. HomeRemedySupply says:

    On Friday May 6th, LewRockwell (by Charles Burris) had this featured…

    Debunking A Century of War Lies — The Corbett Report

    If you missed that recent FLASHBACK (from 2018), it is extremely good.
    — LIST of recent FLASHBACKS —

  47. Does anyone know if the W.E.F. has decided where they plan to install their government for the New World Order?
    Which country will have the privilege?
    Will the government be a democracy, communism, dictatorship…?
    Someone will have to run the New World Order right?
    The masses of the world would never allow an invisible government to rule them, would they?
    Will protests be permitted?

    • Paul says:

      I think it’s already done, and it’s in Switzerland. They have buildings, organizations, special visa status – everything, so they are basically immune from all Swiss laws, plus there exists the control levers for the various tentacles, including and most especially the Bank for International Settlements (BIS).

    • Duck says:

      I think John titus of “best evidence” over on YouTube was on a podcast who said that in his opinion the WEF is actually just a PR front and have virt6no actual legal protection when compared to the Band of International Settlements which is basically a city state where no law enforcement can go.

      As I recall the WEF has pretty weak protection from states going after it legally…but just from.memory

  48. Duck says:

    Myth20c has a talk on food supply.

    When they get going it’s pretty interesting.
    Discuss the food plant fires but don’t think it’s significant to supply… heard Lotus eaters say much the same thing…. also discuss agriculture fertilizer and supply chains and other stuff

  49. HEDGE110 says:

    Shout out and props to James Corbett. Just watched from 04/10/2014. At the 26min50sec mark till 29min30sec, James makes the call that Gold price is at a low point but probably going lower to the end of 2014, only to rise in years following.

    Gold price history ( is a testament to Corbett’s accuracy. Well played.

  50. CRM (Celtic Ricardo Montalbán) says:

    “WHO to strip 194 countries of mediclal [sic] sovereignty”

    • CRM (Celtic Ricardo Montalbán) says:

      Lol, I didn’t even realize that was a Corbett bitchute video link. I usually listen to Corbett content (while walking the dog), rather than watching on a screen. I would definitely have to listen to the Global Pandemic Treaty video at least twice, though. I got through it once already, but I’m sure I forgot 90% of the content.

  51. Duck says:

    Just listening to “The Peter Quinones show” no 730 w guest Academic Agent….pretty good description of elite theory and how power actually works… coming up on an hour he gets into things like the iron law of
    oligarchy and the future prospects of society

    Kinda abstract high level over view…worth a listen IMO

    • Duck says:

      Especially liked his Negative Theory that the only reason the elites rule so easily is because people do not take the Default Position on the powerful that “they lie, they cheat, they steal and they hate you”

      Adoption of the negative outlook brings people to the same goals from whatever political position they start out.

      Also his discussion of rule by Lions vs Foxes (I think that’s out of machiavelli’s Prince)

      AA also talked about how the easiest way for the regime to stay in power would be to give a few wins to the Right/Conservative who got so heavily blackpilled by the system being so blatant about the Election.

  52. CRM (Celtic Ricardo Montalbán) says:

    Federal Judge Reduces Ghislaine Maxwell’s Max Prison Sentence By 10 Years

  53. Tagourramt says:

    I have a question about the Abraham Accord

    How come everybody managed to ignore this elephant in the room?
    Trump repeated what Obama did. While giving Israel and the Military Industrial Complex everything they wanted both managed to convince their fan base that their hands were tide and can give them nothing.
    The Republicans didn’t stop Obama for destroying the Middle East, committing genocide on black Libyans and bringing back open slave markets.
    And the DemocRats didn’t stop Trump from making all the Arabs nation publicly submit to Israel. They have been in submission anyway but thanks to Trump it is in the open.
    I have only heard one Dutch right winger giving Trump credit for ‘bringing peace in the Middle East’. But haven’t heard any Americans about it.
    I think it would be really hard to admit that Trump did indeed had power and just choose not to use if for his fans. Must keep the myth that Trump would if he could and was aloud.

    I am really worried about North Africa. On the one had you have all the build up stress from COVID and high prices and on the other hand Algeria and Morocco stockpiling weapons to fight each other instead of helping their people.

    Do we need to wait for a war to break out before talking about the consequences of US foreign policy?

  54. Paul says:

    I just suffered through 2000 Mules[1], the latest mass surveillance propaganda piece.

    The longest segment and core of their argument is about how they discovered the mass election fraud in the 2020 election comes from using cell phone tracking data (apparently, available to any researcher who desires it – how, again, did they get this data?) to discover the “mules” who deliver mail-in ballots to ballot boxes.

    Republicans have always been easily duped with these kinds of tactics, and I suspect this piece, plus the ones that follow it (by whoever Republican party hacks) will keep pushing in the direction of building emotional support for omnipresent mass surveillance as a cure for the scourge of evil Democrats.

    • CRM (Celtic Ricardo Montalbán) says:

      the Collapse of the Republic can’t come soon enough:

    • I just peeked at several minutes of the video and it looked quite compelling to me.
      What was it that made you suffer exactly?

      • Paul says:

        For me, it’s that background music style and the fake location sets. It really felt contrived.

        What do find compelling?

        • Sure I immediately picked up on those extras that you mentioned.
          But would you rather see a video that looks polished or one on a shoe-string budget?

          “What do find compelling?”

          I just skipped right over to the beef, I wasn’t interested in any of the window dressing.
          I focused on the video clips they showcased of the Mules stuffing the ballot boxes.
          If they weren’t genuine, someone has done an excellent job of faking it !!!

          They looked very convincing to me.

          • Paul says:

            The part you skipped is when they explain that they discovered the mules by analyzing the tracking data of all phones in the region.

            The “polish” doesn’t need to include non-stop lame infotainment music with a metal shop set they are trying to make look like a place that data analysts work.

            • I did watch a bit of them talking about the tracking data and millions of minutes of video/data.
              Did you think the video of the mules was faked?
              I have pretty good mis/disinfo antennae.

              When you skip the music and cheesy background setting as I did, there’s nothing to suffer through. 🙂

              • Paul says:

                The only thing I claim is fake is the sets. It’s literally a metal shop with people analyzing data using computers on workbenches.

                The information they use for the claims is real, but they are using mass surveillance data to catch the bad guys and essentially claiming this is a great tool for catching bad guys. It’s propaganda that sells mass surveillance using the emotions of scorned conservatives.

              • Two more questions Paul.
                Did you take part in the ‘selection’ debacle?
                Are you satisfied with Biden’s performance to date?

              • Paul says:

                I’m not really sure what you mean by “take part in ‘selection’ debacle”.

                From my perspective, there is a clear linear progression from George W. Bush to Biden. If you made a chronological list of policy decisions with no dates attached, the only way to really distinguish between any of these people is by trying to remember the dates the policy was created, because there is no other distinction. Finding otherwise is due to internal suspension of disbelief from getting caught up in the show.

              • “I’m not really sure what you mean by “take part in ‘selection’ debacle”.

                Did you vote in the election?

                I ask because in one sentence you talk about “progression”.

                “From my perspective, there is a clear linear progression from George W. Bush to Biden.”

                And in the very next one:

                “If you made a chronological list of policy decisions with no dates attached, the only way to really distinguish between any of these people is by trying to remember the dates the policy was created, because there is no other distinction. “

                You say there is no difference between one president and the next.

                No difference does not equate to “progress” in my books.

                But getting back to the “meat”.
                Whether you are a Democrat or Republican, are you saying 2000 Mules hasn’t shown ballot stuffing?

  55. 🕷 says:

    Mother’s day conundrum.
    I made the statement the the CDC is a military controlled organization. When I searched online I could not find any confirmation that there was a connection to the military Public Health Service. Can anyone provide a link to any credible source that the CDC is compromised by the military.

  56. CRM (Celtic Ricardo Montalbán) says:

    USA Sof ‘Psywar’ recruitment propaganda:

  57. HomeRemedySupply says:

    “Visualizing Historical (Inflation-Adjusted) Oil Prices” by via ZeroHedge

    ****Be sure to VIEW the CHART:
    inflation-adjusted price of a barrel of crude oil during select events.

    Historical Oil Prices (1968-2022)…

    The Fundamentals Behind Oil Prices…

    Looking Back at Historical Oil Prices
    In 1973, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) announced an embargo (ban) on oil exports to the United States. The move was in response to the U.S. providing military aid to Israel. By the time the embargo ended in March 1974, the inflation-adjusted price of crude oil had risen 164%. The embargo also led to a selloff in the stock market, with the recovery taking almost six years.

    Historical oil prices rose rapidly from 2004-2008. During that time, economic growth was fueling oil demand but there was little spare production capacity. By the second quarter of 2008, inflation-adjusted oil prices hit a high of $125 per barrel. They crashed by 66% shortly thereafter due to the global financial crisis.

    Most recently, the COVID-19 pandemic and associated containment measures caused historical oil prices to drop by nearly 40% in three months. Oil prices have since risen 216% from their pandemic low, as of the first quarter of 2022. This is due to the economic recovery and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

  58. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Tuesday May 10, 2022 –
    Russian Energy Tycoon Dies From Toad Poison

    FULL article…
    A former executive with Russia’s Lukoil has died after a session with a local shaman attempted to alleviate the symptoms of a severe hangover with venom from a toad. It is at least the sixth unusual death of Russian energy executives this year. The string of deaths has led some to suspect that there is a purge of current and former energy-related executives in Russia.

    Alexandr Subbotin–Lukoil

    According to TASS, which cited police sources, Alexandr Subbotin, who had sat on the board of Lukoil, Russia’s second-largest oil producer, had a cardiac arrest following the administration of toad poison as a hangover treatment.

    Emergency services received a call saying Subbotin had lost consciousness on May 8, the police told TASS. The doctor sent to the address only confirmed the death of the former oil executive. The police have opened a criminal investigation into the case.

    Subbotin’s host, Alexey Pindiurin, who also goes by the monicker Shaman Magwa, told the police that Subbotin came to his house in a state of heavy alcohol and drug intoxication. According to unconfirmed reports, the death followed a shamanic ritual for the treatment of that intoxication that involved the use of toad venom, according to The Independent.

    Vladislav Avayev–Gazprombank

    Last month, a former vice president at Russian bank Gazprombank—the bank at the center of Russia’s rubles-for-gas payment scheme—killed his wife and daughter before killing himself in their Moscow apartment, police in Moscow say, according to Russian media.


    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      Avayev, 51, also a former Kremlin official, shot his wife and 13-year-old daughter before shooting himself, according to police, who concluded that the incident was a murder-suicide. The bodies were found by the 26-year-old daughter of the couple, Daily Mail reported. The bodies were found with gunshot wounds while Vladislav Avayev—a multi-millionaire—had a gun in his hand, according to Moscow police.

      Sergey Protosenya–Novatek

      Just days after Avayev’s suspected murder-suicide, Sergey Protosenya and his family were also found dead—this time in Spain. Protosenya worked at Russia’s top independent gas producer Novatek from 1997 to 2015. Protosenya’s mother and daughter were reportedly stabbed to death, while Sergey Protosenya had apparently hanged himself.

      Leonid Shulman—Gazprom Invest

      Alexander Tyulyakov–Gazprom

      But before all that, two former Gazprom executives, Leonid Shulman and Alexander Tyulyakov, were also found dead earlier this year. Shulman was found dead by apparent suicide in January—the suicide note referencing a pain in his broken leg. Tyulyakov was found hanged in his garage a day after Russia invaded Ukraine.

      Mikhail Watford, another Russian oil tycoon, was found hanged in early March in his Surrey mansion.

      By Julianne Geiger for

      • jo-ann says:

        Hmm. Makes me (1) glad I am not a Russian oil tycoon or related to one, and (2) wonder if all these tragedies are the result of domestic or foreign efforts. Who benefits?

  59. Steve Smith says:

    I just watched Sam Bailey’s video where she talks about RFK Jr’s position on the germ versus terrain theory debate.
    I felt kinda bad for Bobby when he was put on the spot at some event when asked a question.
    But it made me realize that I am pretty much of the same mind. I’m just not qualified to come down on a particular side and my inclination is to think that there is something to germ theory since its all I’ve ever known.

    I really believe that each side of this divisive debate has part of the truth. I completely agree with Sam that learning about the issue will cause people to question the orthodox position. And that is important.

    After watching the video I was just left with the feeling that the truth lies somewhere between two two extremes of whether viruses exist or not.
    Maybe some viruses do exist. Humans exist so it doesn’t stretch my mind too much to imagine how viruses might too. But I’m just as willing to entertain the idea that the human body is built to deal with natural viruses with no trouble at all if its healthy and nourished properly.
    There’s little doubt that most people are ill nourished, out of shape, irradiated, poisoned, propagandized, unfocused, apathetic and generally helpless.
    Was this by design?

    I’m not sure that the human race is evolving. I can’t believe that its meant to be that way.
    Shouldn’t the supposed top of the food chain go out in a blaze of glory? Extinction level comet strike maybe. A pole shift?
    No, we seem to be on a course to kill ourselves. Weird.
    Somethings off here.

    • jo-ann says:

      Steve Smith,
      I read your comment with all seriousness but once I got to the end, I laughed out loud at MYSELF. In the past two years I have revised my understanding of nearly everything – big-bang / expanding universe, evolution, allopathic medicine, history, etc. – most of which I had no reason to doubt what was taught to me or propagated by popular media. (I dare not look at any flat earth arguments or I might become undecided about that as well, even though it is intuitive that the surface is curved, without which we wouldn’t have a need for time zones.)
      I have read recently that the molten core of the earth is fluctuating and another pole shift is expected. So we shouldn’t have to suffer long under the boot of the ruling class should they successfully implement their plans.

      • Steve Smith says:

        Something is going on. I think that the PTSNB know something that they aren’t sharing.
        Its a big club and I sure ain’t in it!

        I am watching a Tucker Carlson interview with the surgeon general of Florida. I like the guy. Another reason to like DeSantis.
        But I am supposed to hate politicians! I’m Not supposed to like these people! I don’t even know who the surgeon general of the damned country is!
        I’m a anarchist dammit!
        This world is bizarre.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          I like DeSantis and the Surgeon General too, and admire many of the actions which they have taken. I support that.

          We live in a System. And I adamantly don’t agree with its design.
          In a sense, we are all trapped in it to some degree or another.

          With people and entities, I am going to have to make my judgement calls on a person by person basis.
          In the “truther community”, there are some folks I don’t care for.

          So, what I am trying to say is that regardless of where a person sits in the system, I’ll try to assess them for their character and integrity.

          • cu.h.j says:

            “Character and integrity” go a long way. And James Corbett said that the transition away from government is a process and won’t happen over night. I would probably vote for De Santis if I lived in Florida. He seems to be doing something good in his leadership capacity.

            The phenomenon of leadership is something that is ingrained in our species I think and doesn’t need to be in the form of government, a centralized top down and corrupt institution. But people will naturally follow leaders who demonstrate competency and skill and specialized knowledge and abilities. After all children do this when they are young “follow” their parents directions and even “orders” by going to bed at certain times and doing homework and such. But over time kids learn why their parents were guiding them in doing certain things. I remember my mom saying no to me and I asked why and she said “because I said so” and that was the end of the discussion. Later I understood why.

            I don’t think leadership will ever go away, because its natural, but perhaps centralized leadership isn’t. Rather leadership can be spontaneous and based on knowledge and skill in a particular field and based on individual temperament.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              “because I said so”

              That must be in the “Handbook for Moms” which is passed down through the generations since ancient times.
              My Mom used that often.

              • mkey says:

                That is basically the root of authoritative brainwashing that is foisted upon little children by their caretakers.

                Of course, I do not intend to insinuate that your ma, or mine who also used it profusely, was in the know, but certainly something (a lot) can be said about the vertical generational transfer of knowledge and wisdom vs. what is really inherited, like the skewed worldview and the cultist mindset.

      • jo-ann says:

        With regard to “most people are ill nourished, out of shape, irradiated, poisoned, propagandized, unfocused, apathetic and generally helpless”: include me for most of my life. I partially bought the “get good grades, go to college, and get married, believe the experts,” etc. It seems to me that we generally follow the culture in which we are nurtured for the most part, so we are not fully to blame. As adults, we can take personal responsibility for our health / fitness and our self-education, which were assumed by the so-called experts. It is so hard to become self-educated, though, when the popularly accepted views on nearly everything are based on corrupt foundations, long ago deemed to be TRUTH.

        • Steve Smith says:

          “ include me for most of my life. ”

          Me too. I was a freaking neocon.
          Thank goodness for the Boston Marathon Bombing presentation. It revealed the opening of the rabbit hole for me. And nobody got hurt in the process. Except for a patsy or two and the dignity of an American city.
          Just a city demonstrating how easily it can be subjugated. And then give their subjugators an appreciative ovation for the pleasure.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I agree with the idea that the germ/terrain debate is much more nuanced and complex and not well understood (because we don’t fully understand biology down to genetics and electrons). At least that’s the way I see it, there is still some mystery involved. Germ theory has definitely been promoted to enrich the medical industrial complex, so I get why people are skeptical.

      I listened to the audiobook by Sam Baley and it was good. There were some things in the book that I thought weren’t completely accurate, like that HIV can’t be transmitted between heterosexuals. Working as a crisis counselor and hearing various anecdotes and getting to know people, leads me to think that there is indeed some transmission that can occur with sexual contact. But, despite this disagreement I thought the book Virus Mania was excellent and shows how medical science tries to promote germ theory only.

      I think our species is being faced with an evolutionary challenge right now, rather a social challenge. People have to decide to rise up against tyranny or go along with agendas that will lead to our extinction. The insane psychopaths that want to rule over the world want a domesticated genetically altered cyborg life form that takes orders. This is not a human being anymore and I think is not compatible with life. I don’t think this will happen though. I can be wrong, but I have “faith” in the force and wisdom of the creative force that exists in the universe.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        – Open Question – ? –

        Prior to the Pandemic, was the “no virus exists” a thing?

        For me personally, that “conspiracy theory” never came up on the radar in the last 17 or more years.
        And I have been to hundreds of group get togethers where every conspiracy theory in the world gets discussed.
        I don’t recall any discussion or promoted set of headlines by alternative media prior to the pandemic.

        • Steve Smith says:

          “ Prior to the Pandemic, was the “no virus exists” a thing?”

          I sure don’t recall hearing any chatter about it prior to the psyop. But that doesn’t mean that I don’t think that there is something to it.
          I just think that there was nothing forcing the issue into the larger public consciousness. I sincerely believe that we haven’t been given the whole story about germ theory. Assuming that the so-called experts even know themselves.
          There is truth on both sides of the debate. Some allopathic medical professionals like cu.h.j. recognize that.
          Unfortunately, the divisiveness and the novelty of the issue seems to be preventing people from coming together to solve the mystery. Every time I hear a debate between knowledgeable people I respect on the different sides it devolves into personal attacks and dismissiveness.

        • cu.h.j says:

          Interesting observation HRS. I don’t recall hearing about this theory in 2016 when I was starting to explore “conspiracy theories.”

          I do know that the debate is an old one when germ theory became the dominant theory over 100 years ago. I think Bechamp is the scientist who was the “father” of terrain theory:

          And there is some truth his theory that can be observed in people who are exposed to some germs and don’t get sick, even some who are exposed to HIV. There are some who never develop AIDS despite being HIV+. The term is long term non-progressors and they have a genetic variation that makes them resistant to developing disease from HIV. I think there may also be some that won’t even test HIV+, but I would have to research this.

          The environment can be a factor as well. I posted an article about the germ/host/and environment a while back that I can’t find now that was interesting to illustrate that the phenomenon of disease is multi-factorial. For example, I think I am naturally resistant to “Covid” and chicken pox, having been exposed many many times, but never got the disease. Maybe there are environmental factors that would diminish this resistance, and this would change, but it hasn’t yet.

          There were experiments conducted on people during the spanish flu pandemic and many of the research participants didn’t get it despite exposure. This doesn’t mean that everyone exposed wouldn’t get it, but some people don’t get diseases all the time by the presence of germs only. Germ theory isn’t the entire explanation of disease. But I do think that it does have some validity though, that there are germs that can cause disease in some living things in the right circumstances (genetic and environment).

    • robster says:

      There are no pathogenic viruses. Perhaps you should watch more of Sam’s work. Another great video on the nonsense of monkeypox is

  60. HomeRemedySupply says:

    – VARIANTS –

    CDC Admits It Can’t Back Claim That Vaccines Don’t Cause Variants
    [LINKS in article]

    The CDC’s website calls it a myth that the vaccines cause variants.

    “FACT: COVID-19 vaccines do not create or cause variants of the virus that causes COVID-19. Instead, COVID-19 vaccines can help prevent new variants from emerging,” the website states.

    “New variants of a virus happen because the virus that causes COVID-19 constantly changes through a natural ongoing process of mutation (change). As the virus spreads, it has more opportunities to change. High vaccination coverage in a population reduces the spread of the virus and helps prevent new variants from emerging,” it also says.

    The Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN), a nonprofit, asked the CDC in Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests for documentation supporting the claim.

    In one request, the group asked for “All documents sufficient to support that COVID-19 vaccines do not create or cause variants of the virus that causes COVID-19.”

    Another requested “All documents sufficient to support that the immunity conferred by COVID-19 vaccines does not contribute to virus evolution and the emergence of variants.”

    The CDC has now responded to both requests, saying a search “found no records responsive” to them.

    The first response came in January (pdf); the second came on May 4 (pdf).

    If the CDC is making declaratory statements, the agency should have documents supporting them, Aaron Siri, an attorney representing ICAN, told The Epoch Times.

    The responses are “very troubling,” Siri said. “I thought the CDC was a data-driven organization, that they made their decisions based on the studies and the science and the data.”…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      On Thursday May 12, 2022 at “The Highwire” was

      During this Episode 267, the FOIA to the CDC mentioned above was reported.
      QUEUE to around the 2:20:00 minute mark.

      Many topics were discussed during this Episode 267…
      Towards the end of the first hour, Jefferey Jaxen brought up the EU legislation designed to monitor all online activity (under the pretense of child sexual abuse).
      Over 17,000 Doctors and Scientists have signed on to the Global Covid Summit with its declaration. The declaration includes demanding that governments and Big Pharma companies be indicted for their crimes.
      Three of the Doctors were in-house for interviews.

      The in-house Doctors all were of the opinion that a more harmful variant could evolve because the vaccinations do not ‘sterilize’ the virus like the innate immune system.

      During the show, references were made to the previous

      Geert sounds the alarm of the potential for a more harmful variant in that episode, and he explains the mechanics.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Growing Number Of COVID-19 Deaths Among Vaccinated People:
      Federal Data


      An increasing number of COVID-19 deaths are occurring among individuals in the United States who have been vaccinated, according to federal data

      In August of 2021, roughly 18.9 percent of COVID-19 deaths happened among individuals who were vaccinated, an ABC News analysis of the data shows. Six months later in February 2022, that figure had risen to over 40 percent as the highly-transmissible Omicron variant made its way across the globe.

      Similarly, in September 2021, just 1.1 percent of COVID-19 deaths occurred among Americans who had been fully vaccinated and boosted once. Five months later in February, that percentage had jumped to about 25 percent, according to ABC News.

      A separate analysis of federal data by CNN shows that in the second half of September 2021—when the Delta variant was at its peak—less than a quarter of all COVID-19 deaths were among individuals who were vaccinated with at least two doses of the Moderna or Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA vaccines or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. However, just months later in January and February as Omicron surged, that figure had jumped to 40 percent.

      Some experts believe the increase in deaths among fully vaccinated people or “breakthrough infections” in those who have received all their shots is not overly concerning, saying it is because while more and more people become fully vaccinated, new variants emerge and vaccine protection begins to wane as fewer people continue to get booster shots…

      …Around 100.9 million of those who are fully vaccinated have received a booster shot, while 49.4 percent of those eligible for booster shots have not yet had one.

      As the Omicron variant swept through the nation, an increasing number of vulnerable, older populations were being hospitalized, and 73 percent of deaths have been among those 65 and older, despite the fact that 90 percent of seniors have had all of their vaccine shots….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      – MAINSTREAM NEWS – Yahoo News Tuesday May 17, 2022 –
      [This article worth looking at, despite the fact that it is pushing a new type of vaccine campaign. See GEERT VANDEN BOSSCHE above.]

      Future COVID variants will likely reinfect us multiple times a year, experts say — unless we invest in new vaccines


      For more than a year now, the original COVID-19 vaccines have held up remarkably well — even miraculously so — against a Greek alphabet of new variants: Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta.

      But now experts say something is changing. Since the start of 2022, the initial version of Omicron, known as BA.1, has been spinning off new sublineages — BA.2, BA.2.12.1, BA.4, BA.5 — at an alarming pace.

      Earlier variants did this, too. But it never really mattered, because their offshoots “had no functional consequence,” according to Eric Topol, founder of Scripps Translational Institute.
      “They did not increase transmissibility or pathogenicity.”

      Today’s rapidly proliferating Omicron mutants are different, however. They all have one worrisome trait in common: They’re getting better and better at sidestepping immunity and sickening people who were previously shielded by vaccination or prior infection.

      The virus, in other words, is now evolving faster — and in a more consequential way — than ever before. Given the increasing speed of immune evasion — and what this pattern portends for the future — experts warn…

      “The independent appearance of four different mutations at the same site? That’s not normal,”
      immunologist Yunlong Richard Cao of Peking University told Science. Already, Omicron and its descendents “should be called SARS-3,”

      …Finally, the more virus spreads, the more opportunities it has to develop more dangerous properties….

      • mkey says:

        …Finally, the more virus spreads, the more opportunities it has to develop more dangerous properties….

        Substitute virus with bullshit and the sentence immediately starts to make sense.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      With both Mainstream News and Alternative Media Doctors talking about more virulent, dangerous VARIANTS and compromised immune systems, this late April Corbett Report episode ties in well…

      Episode 417 – The Global Pandemic Treaty: What You Need to Know

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Wed May 18th, 2022 – Gateway Pundit
      Latest CDC Data Shows FULLY Vaccinated Children Have Higher Covid Infection Rates Than Unvaccinated Children

      As the Biden Administration green-lights another experimental jab of mRNA for 5-11-year-olds, the latest CDC data reveals children of that age have a higher Covid infection rate than their unvaccinated peers. In other words, kids who are jabbed are more likely to catch Covid, which also means the vaccinated are spreading the virus more than the unvaccinated…

      …According to the latest CDC data, children aged 5-11 have been contracting Covid at a higher rate if they have been fully vaccinated since February, which is the first time the agency recorded more vaccinated Covid cases than unvaccinated…

      …The Biden Administration and the FDA authorized the experimental vaccine for children in this age group in November of 2021. In just three short months, enough children had become vaccinated and the case rate flipped. Any protection the jab provided quickly wore off, making the fully vaccinated children more susceptible to and more likely to spread the virus than the unvaccinated.

      In all, there are over 28 million children aged 5-11 in the United States. Unfortunately, a whopping ~8 million of them (or 28.8%) have been fully vaccinated already, according to the Mayo Clinic…

      …Most concerningly of which – myocarditis – is popping up at an unprecedented rate in otherwise healthy children and young people all across the world….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

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

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      A rising tide of omicron subvariants is in part behind the rise, said Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden.

      Wed May 18, 2022 – USA Today
      It’s happening again: COVID-19 cases are back on the rise. There are 3 main reasons why.
      [Vaccines are pushed throughout article.]

      COVID-19 infections continue to rise, driven by new and more infectious omicron subvariants, waning immunity from both vaccines and previous infections and fewer people masking up, health officials said at a White House briefing Wednesday.

      About a third of Americans now live in an area with medium or high COVID-19 rates, with reported cases up 26% from last week, said Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control an Prevention.

      On average, about 3,000 Americans are being hospitalized per day and 275 are dying. Walensky urged people in communities with higher infection and hospitalization rates to protect themselves by masking in indoor public places and to get a booster shot if vaccinated and to get vaccinated if they’re not…

      …There are now at least four omicron subvariants circulating in the United States. BA.2 is dominant, making up 50.9% of cases but BA.2.12.1 is almost equal to it with 47.5%. The newer strains are even more infectious than previous strains, adding to the increase in cases…

      …Omicron doesn’t protect against other variants
      The administration’s continuing push for boosters and vaccination comes as a paper published Wednesday in the journal “Nature” showed a case of omicron in unvaccinated people provides very little immunity against other variants of the virus that causes COVID-19…

      …the findings showed people infected with omicron only get protection against infections from omicron subvariants, not infections from other strains of the virus. So far, there have been five main variants, alpha, beta, gamma, delta and omicron….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thursday May 26 – Associated Press
      Dominant coronavirus mutant contains ghost of pandemic past

      The coronavirus mutant that is now dominant in the United States is a member of the omicron family but scientists say it spreads faster than its omicron predecessors, is adept at escaping immunity and might possibly cause more serious disease.

      Why? Because it combines properties of both omicron and delta, the nation’s dominant variant in the middle of last year.

      A genetic trait that harkens back to the pandemic’s past, known as a “delta mutation,” appears to allow the virus “to escape pre-existing immunity from vaccination and prior infection, especially if you were infected in the omicron wave,” said Dr. Wesley Long, a pathologist at Houston Methodist in Texas. That’s because the original omicron strain that swept the world didn’t have the mutation…

      … A study released before it was reviewed by other scientists, by researchers at Ohio State University, found that COVID patients in intensive care with delta infections induced antibodies that were better at neutralizing the new mutants than patients who caught the original omicron.
      “The omicron infection antibody does not appear to protect well against the subvariants compared to delta,” said Dr. Shan-Lu Liu, a study author…

      …Liu said emerging data points toward more serious illness. Liu said the subvariants have properties suggesting they spread more efficiently cell-to-cell.
      The virus “just hides in the cell and spreads through cell-to-cell contact,” Liu said. “That’s more scary because the virus does not come out for the antibody to work.”…

      [See above north on this Sub-Thread – GEERT VANDEN BOSSCHE]

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      UPDATE – JUNE 2022

      Mainstream articles are now talking about the Covid variants BA.2.12.1 and BA.4 and BA.5.

      June 23, 2022 – Today
      Are the new omicron subvariants more infectious or more deadly?
      What to know

      …A relatively new omicron subvariant — BA.2.12.1 — now accounts for the majority of COVID-19 cases in the country. But experts say two other variants, BA.4 and BA.5, are picking up steam and could very well take over within the next few months.

      As of June 18, subvariant BA.2.12.1 is responsible for about 56% of all COVID-19 cases in the U.S., according to the most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

      Meanwhile, the previously dominant BA.2 now only accounts for 9% of cases. Back in early May, BA.2 and BA.2.12.1 were each responsible for about half of U.S. coronavirus infections, the CDC data show. And in March, BA.1 (the original omicron strain) was still in the lead.

      In some areas of the country, BA.2.12.1 has taken over even more: “I’m in Connecticut, and it’s like 80% of all sequences that we see right now,” Anne Hahn, Ph.D., a postdoctoral researcher at the Yale School of Public Health, told TODAY….

  61. MotherWit says:

    Graph correlates jabs with excess mortality. She covers all countries here is Japan:

  62. MotherWit says:

    Here is a graph of income status of the jabbed overlayed with excess mortality:

  63. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Derrick Broze writes a nice, easy to grasp article. Great for someone not yet aware.

    Exposing the “Digital ID is a Human Right” Scam

  64. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Friday May 13th – Zero Hedge (Visual Capitalist)

    Synthetic Biology: The $3.6 Trillion Science Changing Life As We Know It

    Synthetic biology (synbio) is a field of science that redesigns organisms in an effort to enhance and support human life. According to one projection, this rapidly growing field of science is expected to reach $28.8 billion in global revenue by 2026.

    As Visual Capitalist’s Carmen Ang details below, although it has the potential to transform many aspects of society, things could go horribly wrong if synbio is used for malicious or unethical reasons. This infographic explores the opportunities and potential risks that this budding field of science has to offer.

    What is Synthetic Biology?
    We’ve covered the basics of synbio in previous work, but as a refresher, here’s a quick explanation of what synbio is and how it works.

    Synbio is an area of scientific research that involves editing and redesigning different biological components and systems in various organisms.

    It’s like genetic engineering but done at a more granular level—while genetic engineering transfers ready-made genetic material between organisms, synbio can build new genetic material from scratch.

    The Opportunities of Synbio
    This field of science has a plethora of real-world applications that could transform our everyday lives. A study by McKinsey found over 400 potential uses for synbio, which were broken down into four main categories:

    ~~ Human health and performance
    ~~ Agriculture and food
    ~~ Consumer products and services
    ~~ Materials and energy production…

    The Potential Risks of Synbio….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Kit Knightly – Wed May 11, 2022

      “Genetically Edited” Food – The next stage of the Great Reset?

      The Queen’s Speech was interesting this year…

      …But the part I found most interesting is the stated plan to “encourage agricultural and scientific innovation at home” via the proposed Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill.

      The proposed bill (which, for some reason is not available through the parliament website) follows on from DEFRA’s announced “loosened regulation” of genetic research back in January.

      To quote the National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB), the legislation would “take certain precision breeding techniques out of the scope of restrictive GMO rules”.

      Essentially, this would see new “gene-edited” foods as distinct from old-fashioned “genetically modified” foods, and therefore not subject to the same rules and oversight.

      The claimed distinction is that gene editing, as opposed to genetic modification, doesn’t introduce DNA from other species. Therefore, in effect, is merely speeding up what could potentially naturally happen over time…

      …a renewed push on the GM food front in other countries all over the world…
      …Why this? Why now?….

  65. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Glen Greenwald gives a pretty good overview of the DOLLARS which the U.S. might send to Ukraine, and also how the Left is no longer anti-war, but rather, rabid warmongers. See the comparison of dollars being sent to Ukraine.

    The Bizarre, Unanimous Dem Support For The $40b War Package To Raytheon And CIA: “For Ukraine”

  66. Octium says:

    The Hated One’s mini doco on the splinternet and some solutions.

    The Splinternet – This Is How The Internet Dies

  67. pill says:

    Since people are recommending books here, I’d like to suggest the new book by C. J. Hopkins: The Rise of the New Normal Reich

    It’s a bit satirical (so it’s easier to read). It also has a lot of footnotes, referencing all sorts of crazy Orwellian “news reports”. So in a way, it documents the events, how they were presented to the locked down public (the way it was presented equals their reality).

  68. s511 says:
    This might be a good thing, could be a humbling experience for some. “…this year’s gathering of government leaders and corporate executives will host a “House of Psychedelics” program with almost 40 sessions and speakers, including researchers, entrepreneurs, investors — and some who consider themselves shamans. While not part of the core Davos agenda, which doesn’t permit commercial activity, the program has a space on the town’s main promenade, which traditionally showcases Fortune 500 companies to the conference’s attendees.

    The program, a first for Davos, shows how far the psychedelics industry has come, organizers said.

    “It’s a really big shift for world leaders to inquire about how they might be able to use psychedelics,” said Marik Hazan,”

  69. 2-D Chess Dweller says:

    A new article is published examining the subversion of democratic politics as a geopolitical maneuver by the west during their collapsing Ukraine operation.

    I managed to work in both JC’s Ep. 058 (Carroll Quigley) and Ep. 343 (War Lies) as natural sources for the article. I’m quite happy about that.

    The article is a little quixotic, balancing two threads of the fig leaf of democracy and the Ukraine crisis as a nuclear escalation.

    I hope the narratives hold and would welcome any corrections or feedback.

    Peace be with you,


  70. HomeRemedySupply says:

    – FILM – Trucking For Freedom
    A Docuseries Built by Canadian Creatives.

    – TRAILERS –
    Chapter One (2 minutes)
    Teaser Trailer #1 (one minute)
    Teaser Trailer #2 (90 seconds)

    Chapter One: How We Got Here
    (40 minutes)

    – Directed By: Andrew Peloso & Jeremy Regoto – A Chronicle Bros Production –
    For thirty-three days, the world watched. Crossing ten provinces and three territories; thousands of trucks traversed the highways and by-ways of Canada’s northern climes in this exclusive documentary offering an immersive look into an extraordinary moment in Canadian history. The Chronicle Brothers imbedded themselves within the Canadian Trucker Convoy capturing the unifying pulse of everyday people. The directors blend interviews and live footage, journaling unbiased truths intrinsically viewed through a camera lens. They expose the raw emotion and purpose of those who felt compelled to embark on a journey fraught with both joy and sorrow.

    The film lays bare a deep and broadening divide within a country known for unity and trust, and how two years of lockdowns illuminated the disparity in the working class and the political landscape. It gives a raw and unpolished visual of diverse Canadians holding a gutted Canadian Charter up to a spotlight and hoping to be heard.

    Hat tip to the west coast Canadian family man and mechanic, “Clyde Do Something”, for showcasing this docuseries…
    Tuesday May 17th, 2022
    Trucking For Freedom – Docuseries – Documentary about the Freedom Convoy
    (6 minutes)

  71. HomeRemedySupply says:

    [Normally, I don’t pay attention to headlines regarding Elon Musk.
    But these caught my eye…]

    Adam Andrzejewski – Substack –
    Elon Musk’s Twitter Detractors Were Subsidized With $10.5 Million In Taxpayer Funds
    Mr. Musk asked “who funds them?” We answered… and, in part, it’s you.
    Crucial quote
    In their letter to advertisers, these organizations claim, “Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter will further toxify our information ecosystem.”

    …So who are these organizations and who funds them?…
    …The Daily Mail wrote an article [LINK] that answered it: some are non-government organizations (NGOs) founded by former staffers of Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, others are funded by George Soros’s Open Society Foundation, wealthy Democrat donors and their family foundations, labor unions and the governments of European nations…

    …so got to work. We searched federal spending to find that nine of the 26 organizations collected about $10.5 million in federal funds over the past few years.

    Black Lives Matter was one of them, receiving $19,000 in grants from the Small Business Administration in 2020 and $11,300 in forgivable SBA loans in 2020. However, the organization was collecting these funds at the same time that some of their leaders were encouraging protests that looted small businesses.

    The other organizations that received federal funding are:
    ~~ Friends of the Earth – $1.2 million grant in 2020
    ~~ GLAAD – $7,650 grants in 2019 and 2020 and $2 million in forgivable loans from the SBA in 2020 and 2021
    ~~ Media Matters for America – $1.1 million forgivable SBA loan in 2020
    ~~ MediaJustice (formerly Center for Media Justice) – $210,255 forgivable SBA loan in 2020
    ~~ NARAL Pro-Choice America – $936,350 forgivable SBA loan in 2020
    ~~ National Hispanic Media Coalition – $194,789 in two forgivable SBA loans in 2020 and 2021
    ~~ Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice – $195,722 in three forgivable SBA loans in 2020 and 2021
    ~~ Union of Concerned Scientists – $4.5 million in a forgivable SBA loan in 2020

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      [ 7 minute VIDEO worth listening to. It gives insight into the employee mindset of these Tech companies.]

      Monday May 16, 2022 – Project Veritas
      Twitter Senior Engineer Talks Elon Musk Takeover in NEW Undercover Video:
      ‘Twitter Does Not Believe in Free Speech’ … Admits Employees at Tech Giant are ‘Commie as F**k’

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      [This article is kind of funny, because so many investors are not ESG fans. Money trumps ESG.]

      Wed May 18th
      S&P Cuts World’s Largest EV Maker From ESG Index, Musk Slams “Outrageous Scam”

      The world’s largest and most-famous electric-vehicle maker has been removed from the ESG version of the S&P 500 Index.

      Margaret Dorn, senior director and head of ESG indices for S&P Dow Jones in North America, said in a Tuesday blog post:
      “While Tesla may be playing its part in taking fuel-powered cars off the road, it has fallen behind its peers when examined through a wider ESG lens.”
      [IMAGE of EV Dominance]

      The index provider also cited concerns related to working conditions and the firm’s handling of an investigation into deaths and injuries linked to its drive-assistance systems.

      Here are the top holdings remaining in the index, including Exxon Mobil (fossil fuels), Apple (China slave labor), and Amazon (which is working against unions)…
      [IMAGE with list]

      This is not the first time we have discussed ESG and its surreal virtue-signaling claims:
      ~~ Danske Bank Slaps ‘ESG’ Label On 95% Of Its Funds As Top Banker Speaks Out Against “Greenwashing”
      ~~ ESG Investing – The Great Wall Street Money Heist
      ~~ “This Is Absurd” – Wall Street Pushes For Defense Stocks To Get ‘ESG’ Label

      Laughing To The Bank… Unfortunately, for investors, while these funds cost much more to own, their performance isn’t any better than just holding the substantially cheaper index fund. As shown, the correlation between Blackrock’s USA ESG fund and the S&P 500 Index is almost perfect…

      “But here’s where Larry Fink and BlackRock still come out ahead: They have sensed that with all the media hype of ESG investing as the next frontier, they can also make a lot of money creating a new type of fund dedicated specifically to ESG — and then charge more for it.” – NY Post

      …Elon Musk TWEET
      ESG is an outrageous scam!….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        May 18th – Reuters
        Al Gore’s Generation Investment launches $1.7 bln fund

        May 18 (Reuters) – An investment group chaired by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore on Wednesday launched a $1.7 billion fund to take minority stakes in private companies focused on what it called a sustainable future.

        Generation Investment, co-founded by Gore, said it has $36 billion under management in private- and public-company funds that focus on investments with strong environmental, social and governance (ESG) records…

        …Generation said that private portfolio companies in its previous Sustainable Solutions Fund III disclose direct and indirect carbon emissions.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      [I’m laughing…this whole Musk charade with Twitter brings out the dirt… ]

      Wed May 18th
      Half Of Biden’s Twitter Followers Are Fake According To Audit

      An audit of President Joe Biden’s Twitter account found that nearly half of his 22.2 million followers are fake.

      According to Newsweek, an audit tool provided by SparkToro found that 49.3% of accounts following @POTUS, who officially received the most votes in US history, are “fake followers.”

      The analysis was based on several factors, including ‘location issues, default profile images and new users,’ according to the report…

      …The topic of fake accounts has resurfaced following Elon Musk’s deal to purchase the social media giant for $44 billion.

      On Tuesday, Musk said the deal “cannot move forward” until CEO Parag Agrawal publicly proves that 5% or less of Twitter accounts are “fake/spam,” as his offer “was based on Twitter’s SEC filings being accurate.

      On Monday, Agrawal posted a lengthy Twitter screed in which he essentially said he couldn’t reveal how many users are actually fake.

      “Unfortunately, we don’t believe that this specific estimation can be performed externally, given the critical need to use both public and private information (which we can’t share),”
      to which Musk replied with a poo emoji and asked
      “So how do advertisers know what they’re getting for their money? This is fundamental to the financial health of Twitter.”

      Shares of Twitter are now trading under its pre-Musk announcement price of $39.31.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Friday May 27, 2022
      12 Groups Behind Protest Of Musk’s Twitter Takeover Have Ties With Gates Foundation, Soros
      A dozen liberal groups that pressured Twitter advertisers to boycott the platform in response to Elon Musk’s plans to acquire it received money from entities backed by Bill Gates and George Soros, an analysis of public filings shows.

  72. Steve Smith says:

    I’m not a Elon fan. I agree with James that Musk is a player in the orchestra. But I’m listening to an interview James did with Ernie Hancock a couple weeks ago and something James said made me remember a concept that I think I picked up from Atlas Shrugged and maybe reinforced by Walter Block.
    That is the idea that any resources, like money that someone can get or steal from government for not evil purposes is money diverted from evil purposes such as war, imperialism, subjugation of it’s citizens, etc.

    I’ve been giving this idea a lot of thought lately because I am old enough to be eligible to get back some of the money that has been stolen from me for 50 years. But should I? Would collecting social security, (which I honestly thought wouldn’t still be around), make me a hypocrite?
    James has an extremely low opinion of Elon Musk primarily it seems because of the government handouts he has taken advantage of.
    I certainly don’t want to fall into that category.! 😧

    Can anyone straighten me out on this?

    • cu.h.j says:

      I would collect it personally since you paid into it. It’s money you can use for good purposes, like taking care of yourself. Our taxes and social security are thefts from out paychecks and shouldn’t happen, but there isn’t much that can be done after the fact.

      It’s like we are compelled to take part of the ponzi scheme if we work on the books. I’m not sure that makes us complicit in the evil or not, maybe in a way, but not entirely.

      Isn’t everyone a hypocrite though? I mean there must be small things people with principles do that are against what they believe in. For example buying things that were produced in unethical ways. I think trying to minimize supporting corrupt and unethical practices should be a goal, but it’s hard to avoid it entirely at this time.

    • Duck says:

      Steve Smith
      “…Would collecting social security, (which I honestly thought wouldn’t still be around), make me a hypocrite?…”

      You might as well get it… it won’t be worth enough to feed your cat soon anyway. Think of it like the mafia takes a slice of your money and then for some reason decides to give some back…its still your money (just wash off the blood… lol )

      Social security dependent people are gonna be in deep trouble

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Take the dough.

      • Steve Smith says:

        Thanks guys. Not sure I am feeling less conflicted though.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I understand the feeling of being conflicted. I feel the same way about taking the Covid tests at work. I was exempt from the vaccine, but in order to keep my job test twice a week. So in a way, I’m complying with fraud. And, I also pay taxes which goes to pay for things I don’t agree with. But, I also use my money in good ways, to care for myself and family and when I can to donate. So, I think it offsets some of the bad. I won’t even go into buying stuff I suspect was produced in sweat shops.

          What if my mom gets sick and I need to care for her and wouldn’t have money because I took a low paid job where I could uphold principles? Would that be the right thing to do? Is accepting poverty and possible greater dependence on the state be more ethical? I don’t think so.

          And, I do actually help people at work, even in the crappy health care system we have believe it or not. Even if it’s just showing compassion and care to someone who feels that no one cares about them. I treat the people who most people overlook, the homeless, drug addicted, downtrodden, etc… in addition to the people who have good insurance. And maybe I make a difference in some peoples lives.

          Even JC has used paypal to allow donations. Is there not a conflict of ethics in a way? Maybe he even pays taxes? I have no idea, but I would guess that most of the people who post here have something they do to support themselves that they might feel a bit conflicted about.

          And what good would it do to not collect the social security? It would just give the state more money, small amount, but still more. They took your money and now you are getting it back. Maybe use the money to support causes you believe in, and that will offset some of the harm you think is caused.

  73. HomeRemedySupply says:

    [Swede Jacob Markstrom is playing…
    Does this mean that New World Next Week will be canceled because of the game?]

    Wed May 18th – Detroit Free Press
    Edmonton Oilers at Calgary Flames Game 1 odds, picks and predictions

    The Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames meet for Game 1 of their Western Conference Semifinals playoff series Wednesday at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary. Puck drop is scheduled for 9:30 p.m. ET (ESPN). Below, we look at the Oilers vs. Flames Game 1 odds and lines, and make our expert NHL picks, predictions and bets…

    …Oilers at Flames odds and lines
    Odds provided by Tipico Sportsbook; access USA TODAY Sports Scores and Sports Betting Odds hub for a full list. Lines last updated at 7:33 a.m. ET.

    ~~~ Money line: Oilers +133 (bet $100 to win $133) | Flames -165 (bet $165 to win $100)
    ~~~ Against the spread (ATS): Oilers +1.5 (-180) | Flames -1.5 (+140)
    ~~~ Over/Under (O/U): 6.5 (O: +100 | U: -125)…

    …Oilers at Flames picks and predictions
    Flames 4, Oilers 3

    Money line
    The FLAMES (-165) are moderate favorites in the first round of the Battle of Alberta. The home team won each of the 4 regular-season meetings, so why stop siding with the home side now? Calgary has won 4 of its last 5 home meetings against Edmonton, too.

    Against the spread
    The OILERS +1.5 (-180) are a little on the expensive side, but they’re the play on the road. There won’t be a lot of lopsided games in this series, and you can expect both teams to fight for every inch.

    OVER 6.5 (+100) is the lean despite Markstrom’s amazing performance in the Dallas series. While he yielded just 11 total goals in 7 games against the Stars, he was 2-2-0 with a 3.54 GAA and .884 SV% in 4 regular-season games against the Oilers. They know him, and he’ll allow quite a bit more than the Dallas offense was able to score.

  74. FreedomDefender says:

    Homeschooling is under attach in the UK. The new school bill ( will introduce a mandatory registry for homeschooled kids and punishments for the parents that don’t comply:
    Until now, homeschooling was pretty relaxed in the uk.

  75. CRM (Celtic Ricardo Montalbán) says:

    Where tf is my Corbett Monkeypox Content?!!! I need to get prepped/excited for Next Plandemic!
    What’s James & Brock up to, anyways – finishing the Al Qaeda series? QRD: it was the Jews & CIA (change my mind. protip: you can’t).
    >Monkeypox confirmed airborne
    >9 confirmed cases in U.K
    >5 confirmed cases in Portugal
    >13 possible cases in canada
    >1 case in the U.S from Massachusetts man who recently traveled to Canada
    >13 new suspected cases in Spain
    >1st confirmed case in Italy
    >1st confirmed case in Sweden
    >Lab monkey crash back in Jan in Pennsylvania.
    >Possible source of outbreak.
    >Only one state away from Massachusists where the first U.S case popped up.
    >UK is stockpiling smallpox vaccines for potential outbreak
    OP pastebin

    • FreedomDefender says:

      and there is already a 2022 outbreak page on wikipedia:

      • FreedomDefender says:

        Have you seen the “Strengthening Global Systems to Prevent and Respond to High-Consequence Biological Threats” the Results from the 2021 Tabletop Exercise Conducted in Partnership with the Munich Security Conference from March 2021: ?
        In this document, “the fictional exercise scenario portrayed a deadly, global pandemic involving an unusual strain of monkeypox virus that first emerged in the fictional nation of Brinia and spread globally over 18 months.”
        The funny coincidence is that the exercice scenario takes place in May 2022…

        • CRM (Celtic Ricardo Montalbán) says:

          to do another alleged animal-borne virus scare scamdemic right after Batflu-Covid just seems so pedestrian, though. I thought they might have been able to offer up some better variety. Maybe they have to introduce a more deadlier and harmful virus/biological scare so that more people get their reaction-solution vaxx, since that is an integral part of depopulation, transhumanism, biometric mark-of-the-best, etc.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Thanks for that pdf.
          pg 10 Figure 1. Scenario Design Summary
          Move 1 (occurring on June 5, 2022, in scenario time) starts with an unusual outbreak of monkeypox in Brinia (population 250 million), with reports of 1,421 cases and four fatalities. There is no immediate evidence of international spread, but the outbreak takes place during a national holiday with extensive domestic and international travel by Brinians.

          Because monkeypox is not naturally found in Brinia, local and international experts consider this outbreak to be unusual. The Brinian government welcomes international outbreak investigations and requests medical support from the WHO…

          …Move 2 (January 10, 2023) occurs six months later, at which point the virus has spread to 83 countries with 70 million reported cases, causing more than
          1.3 million fatalities. With no known effective therapies or vaccines, countries have had to rely principally on non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) to mitigate the impacts of the pandemic….

          [Damn! NPIs!]

          • mkey says:

            In Croatia, population less than 4 million, they started talking about monkey rocks the other day, just ahead of the summer season where we can expect to see international travel on the order of 10 to 15 milion.

            There were some people making claims that the big Italian scare was supposed to be the big Croatian scare, but then the Earthquake hit so reality forced their hand and made them shift the plan.

            It would be nice to have some transmissible disease that is not bound to the winter. Or maybe two diseases, maybe monkey bollocks doesn’t like the cold just as concrap doesn’t like the hot weather.

            With the added bonus of a lot of summer international travel.

        • scpat says:

          The authors of the Strengthening Global Systems to Prevent and Respond to High-Consequence Biological Threats document:

          Christopher R. Isaac – Program Officer for NTI’s Global Biological Policy and Programs team

          “Isaac is an alumnus of the Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity Fellowship at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security

          Kevin P. O’Prey – Managing Director at Palisades Group, LLC.

          From LinkedIn profile: “An internationally-recognized facilitator, O’Prey has designed and conducted exercises for audiences ranging from the government minister-level to to C-suites to front-line responders.”

          Jaime M. Yassif – Vice President, Global Biological Policy and Programs at NTI.

          Previously worked at the U.S. Department of Defense. Previously worked with the Chatham House. She has “served as a Program Officer at the Open Philanthropy Project”…where “she recommended and managed approximately $40 million in biosecurity grants”….and worked on the “development of the Clade X tabletop exercise”

          Who is co-founder and co-chair of NTI? Oh, that would be billionaire eugenicist Ted Turner. Other Board of Directors members include corrupt former California governor Ed Brown Jr., and Laura Turner Seydel, Director of the Turner Foundation.

          Newsweek article on the NTI exercise:
          “The exercise was co-chaired by NTI CEO Dr. Ernest J. Moniz, who is a former U.S secretary of energy, and Wolfgang Ischinger, Germany’s former ambassador to the United States who was the head of the Munich Security Conference until earlier this year.

          “Participants included NTI founder and former Senator Sam Nunn, Dr. Beth Cameron, who previously served as the senior director for global health security and biodefense on the U.S. National Security Council, Dr. George Gao, the director-general of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention and Michael Ryan, executive director of WHO Health Emergencies Program.”

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Excellent links and rundown.

            QUOTE from above…
            Christopher R. Isaac – Program Officer for NTI’s Global Biological Policy and Programs team
            “Isaac is an alumnus of the Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity Fellowship at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security

            …and here is the YouTube Channel for
            Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
            Event 201 Pandemic Exercise: Highlights Reel
            (12 minutes)
            Video Description
            Selected moments from the Event 201 pandemic tabletop exercise hosted by The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on October 18, 2019, in New York, NY. The exercise illustrated the pandemic preparedness efforts needed to diminish the large-scale economic and societal consequences of a severe pandemic.

            Drawing from actual events, Event 201 identifies important policy issues and preparedness challenges that could be solved with sufficient political will and attention. These issues were designed in a narrative to engage and educate the participants and the audience.

  76. CRM (Celtic Ricardo Montalbán) says:

    >The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) hired the co-author of the PATRIOT Act, arguably the harshest crackdown on civil liberties in modern American history, and an official under former President Bill Clinton to head the Disinformation Governance Board during its “pause.”

    >The DHS shut the board down Monday after just several weeks and its head, Nina Jankowicz, wrote a resignation letter Tuesday, according to The Washington Post. Jankowicz was scrutinized for pushing disinformation about Hunter Biden’s laptop and the now-discredited Steele Dossier, which Daniel Hoffman, a former CIA officer, said was possibly “part of a Russian espionage disinformation plot.” She also called Republicans who criticize critical race theory (CRT) “disinformers.” Videos of her singing as the “Mary Poppins of disinformation,” “fucking her way to the top” and satirical, sexualized renditions of Harry Potter themes have also raised eyebrows.

    >The department announced Wednesday former DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff and former U.S. Deputy Secretary General Jamie Gorelick under Clinton “will lead a thorough review and assessment” of the board that was “grossly and intentionally mischaracterized.”

  77. 8Gc58 says:

    EU’s New Deal for Consumers

    I’m sure this is old news to some. However, as I’m in the process of setting up a new web site, I became aware of EUs updated “consumer protection laws” that take effect on May 28. Rules that impact all merchants selling to the EU, regardless of where their business is located.

    I’m sure there are more nuggets in the full document (link below). However, here are some excerpts that immediately stood out to me:

    3.1. Green transition

    The European Green Deal sets out a comprehensive strategy to transform the EU into a fair and prosperous society, with a climate-neutral, resource-efficient, clean and circular economy in which economic growth is decoupled from resource use and where negative impacts on natural capital and biodiversity are reduced. This requires profound and rapid change in our habits and behaviour to reduce our environmental footprint in all areas from housing and food to mobility and leisure.

    the Renovation Wave 33 presents a strategy to make homes for consumers fit for a greener and digital society, including strengthened information tools for consumers.

    These efforts could be complemented by promoting new consumption concepts and behaviours, such as the sharing economy, new business models allowing consumers to buy a service rather than a good, or support for repairs through community and social economy organisations actions (e.g. repair cafés) and for second-hand markets.

    In addition, consumers need to be better protected against information that is not true or presented in a confusing or misleading way to give the inaccurate impression that a product or enterprise is more environmentally sound, called “greenwashing”.

    Consumer energy choices will be key to deliver on the new climate targets for 2030 and climate neutrality by 2050.

    The digital transformation offers also other new opportunities to provide more targeted and understandable information. The development of digital product passports under the Sustainable Products Initiative 47 would aim to help inform consumers on the products’ environmental and circular aspects.

    3.2. Digital Transformation

    Commercial practices that disregard consumers’ right to make an informed choice, abuse their behavioural biases, or distort their decision-making processes, must be tackled. These practices include the use of ‘dark’ patterns 57 , certain personalisation practices often based on profiling, hidden advertising, fraud, false or misleading information and manipulated consumer reviews.

    Moreover, a universally accepted public electronic identity – based on the consumers’ choice, their consent and the guarantee that their privacy is fully respected in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – could give consumers the possibility to manage the access and use of their data in a fully controlled and secure manner. The Commission is currently reviewing such a system, taking into account the interest and protection of consumers

    The use of alternative categories of data in combination with automated decision-making for credit scoring raises questions as to what data should be used to assess consumers’ creditworthiness and highlights the risks of discrimination from decisions based on opaque algorithms – a type of risk likely to be addressed also through the above-mentioned legal act on requirements for Artificial Intelligence.

  78. Torus says:

    From the National Institute of Health

    Covid update: What is the truth?

    Amazing! The author is calling out the Covid scam and extensive damages suffered by the covid protocols. Hopefully this gets saved to an archive because this won’t be up on a government website for long. The author mentions doctors for covid ethics and RFKs book. It’s a through summary of the scamdenic.

  79. alexb says:

    Hi, I was listening to a Hugo talks video on bit chute:
    that explored links between some of the anti vax super stars and the Academy of Divine Knowledge.

    There are various organisations linked to some of these individuals and there appears to be ties with the UN and the new age Aquarian movement.

    Hugo talks has made further videos exploring the connections of some these people and organisations. He credits a video by 7 grains of salt as being the Base of his dive into this

    Best wishes,

    • alexb says:

      When James advises us not to take anyone’s word for granted, not even his, I think he is quite right. Since watching the above mentioned videos and checking them for myself, I’m even more inclined to heed this advice.

      To quote Lenin, “The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves”.

      Don’t worry, I’m not committing blasphemy, I’m simply pointing out the need to question. It’s almost impossible for me to do this effectively and not become totally paranoid – but there you go.

    • Duck says:


      I think that the Aquarian stuff is one of the iterations of the NWO religion and that so many peop6in t he alternative side of things are into similar things shows that they have mainstreamed much of that stuff.

      I personally think that spiritism was an early try at getting it out as a replacementfor Christian church’s…. those wokist types are just the crazy type church ladies of a generation ago reSkinned with a new ideology

      • alexb says:

        Hi Duck,
        I don’t yet know too much about the Aquarian movement at present. I’m going to try and get a copy of the “Aquarian Consipracy” by Marilyn Ferguson, to learn more.

        I don’t know whether you’ve seen the videos “Hugo Talks” has made on this, but there are some clear links between people like Del Bigtree and others and a Sasha Stone. Sasha having links with the UN. He also explores other links to the UN and Lucis Trust.

        • Duck says:


          Hi…. did you ever see the thing about Occupy being
          incorporated with the same address as the Lucis Trust?

          Got to say that Constance Cumby is the first modern source I saw… still alive afaik and pretty sharp still, last I saw her.
          I think her talks which I saw on youtube really are the best. She is 100% one of those fundie types o used to think were crazy but she has a lawyer’s mind (in a good way, lol)
          I don’t know Hugo Talks, will ck him out on a bit.

          • alexb says:

            I’ve heard a few things about the Occupy movement but haven’t seen anything linking Occupy to the Lucis Trust. Thanks, I’ll have to check Constance Cumby out sounds an interesting person.

            Best wishes,

            • Duck says:

              Hmn…she wrote about this possible link as well as some other funding sources

              “…..word of caution. The video focused in no small part on the address of 866 United Nations Plaza as proof of the Lucis Trust connection. That was once the address of Lucis Trust that has long since moved on to a Wall Street address near the docks in New York City at 120 Wall Street. ….”

              • alexb says:

                Thanks for blog link Duck. I haven’t had a chance to see the video contained in the blog, but the address connection, albeit an old address of Lucis Trust, and their newsletter “…we have seen great political, social and economic upheavals, manifesting in initiatives such as the Occupy Movement, the “Arab Spring”, and the continued focus, with varying success, on the importance of the UN Millennium Development Goals.” shows there is some connection there. She admits she needs more evidence to confirm the link, but you could arguably say that the Occupy movement is a tool in the planners box.

  80. Octium says:

    Anyone got any information about the Quad meeting in Japan tomorrow ? ( Australia, Japan, India and USSA)

    There was a selection in Australia on the weekend and of course the sheeple voted for starvation and more control by the WEF

    The newly selected puppet will be attending the meeting.

  81. When is a conspiracy not a conspiracy?

    I mean when Klaus and his minions get up at the W.E.F. and tell us point blank what they are planning, and their plans certainly involve imposing their wishes on countries around the world, without the agreement of their citizens, is that not an open conspiracy?
    Is that not an oxymoron?

    A conspiracy is supposed to be secret by definition, but they make no attempt to hide their planned crimes.

    • mkey says:

      To conspire means to (be so close as to) breathe the same air, to breather together. Secrecy can be achieved in many different ways, obfusscation being one of them.

      Absolute secrecy would conflict with their understanding of karma, in the end it’s very important for them to be able to say they did not force anyone to do whatever. To influence is not the same as force. Even “mandates” leave you the option to walk away, so there are many coves for them to hide in from accountability.

      Also there is something to be said about many layers of secrecy. There is the known and the unknown. I’m very confident that these known controllers are not THE controllers simply because we know their names and faces. What’s questionable is whether they are being controlled directly or through their beliefs, but they are certainly not the top influencers.

  82. robster says:

    Nice collection of videos on the germ theory / virology hoax:—Mega-Thread:7

  83. robster says:

    What if…?

    Then again, how much can we trust US Navy reports? 😉

  84. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Why Big Oil Conquered the World (2017)

    I am rewatching James Corbett’s “Why Big Oil Conquered the World”, and I am currently halfway through it.
    From this moment in time of summer 2022, with almost 5 years of globalist actions, I am viewing the 2017 documentary with a different lens. I’m picking up new insights and light-bulb moments. As usual, Corbett’s prescience is impressive.

    There are so many points in the documentary that now “grab me”.
    For example:
    “compulsory vaccinations” tied to the Eugenics mindset.
    [You will see “compulsory vaccinations” mentioned.]

    I highly encourage people to give it another look if they last watched it in 2017.

  85. HomeRemedySupply says:

    [From a “New York Times” perspective, this article gives a great synopsis of all the recent pushback against ESG. Many “pushbacks” are mentioned.]

    Friday May 27, 2022 – New York Times
    How an Organized Republican Effort Punishes Companies for Climate Action

    • alexb says:

      Hi HRS, Thanks for the article link. It’s obvious it was written from the perspective of someone that fully accepts the climate change narrative. I can see how this is trying to help polarise the climate change topic into left and right.

      Musk’s tweet and it’s fallout passed me by. I wonder if this is a careless rant by the eccentric (self made???) billionaire, or a part of a strategy.

      On its face, the tweet seems like Musk has shot himself in the foot. Tesla losing its coverted S&P 500 ESG index rating, plus billions on its share price. S&P are clearly politicised in either case.

  86. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Friday May 27, 2022 – by Enrico Trigoso via The Epoch Times
    18 Major Airlines, FAA, And DOT To Be Sued Over COVID Vaccine Mandates

    John Pierce Law has filed a lawsuit against Atlas Air, on behalf of US Freedom Flyers (USFF) and Atlas employees, and plans to sue all major airlines, 18 altogether, plus the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Department of Transportation (DOT), contending that the vaccine mandates imposed by these agencies on the airlines’ employees infringed on their constitutional, religious, and medical liberties.

    The lawsuit against Atlas Air was filed in federal court in the Southern District of Florida, with over 100 plaintiffs pursuing litigation.

    “Fundamentally, this case is about whether Americans should be required to choose between their livelihoods and being coerced into taking an experimental, dangerous medical treatment,” reads the lawsuit (pdf).

    Plaintiffs are mostly unvaccinated pilots, flight attendants, as well as other Atlas staff.

    “It is also about the safety of America’s airline industry. Should pilots—under federal regulation required to be among the healthiest workers in the United States—who have taken an experimental ‘vaccine’ that is now shown to have potentially deadly, long-term side effects, be allowed to fly massive aircraft in our skies? While those who have (smartly) refrained from such a course be forced out of their jobs?” it states.

    Atlas Air is one of the industry’s largest cargo carrier companies and the world’s largest operator of the Boeing 747 aircraft.

    The law firm was founded by Att. John Pierce, who founded the National Constitutional Law Union. He previously represented George Papadopoulos in connection with the 2016 “Russia Hoax,” reaching a dismissal of the DNC’s case and helping secure a presidential pardon. He is also currently representing defendants being charged in connection to the Jan. 6 Capitol breach.

    “So the complaint has been filed. We’re in the process of serving everyone. And then, we’ll likely be looking for some kind of injunctive relief here soon to make sure that all the COVID-related mandates stop immediately. And then we’ll proceed [with] litigation, motion, practice, and discovery and then onward to trial eventually,” Pierce told The Epoch Times.

    This week, John Pierce Law plans to file another lawsuit against United Airlines….

    • Steve Smith says:

      Thanks for sharing the link to that exchange. It reinforces my opinion that Mike Yeadon is an open minded objective thinking person who has considered the issue carefully.
      While contending correctly that the absence of definitive proof is not proof itself that viruses don’t exist, he concedes that proof doesn’t exist and that he has doubts himself. Very fair.
      His conclusion that the infighting is counterproductive to what should be the goal of fighting tyranny is the correct one in my opinion.
      I don’t believe the way to fight for our liberty is to get into scientific battles with allies.
      But what do I know.

  87. technomancer says:

    In my country “Schwab” means “cockroach”.

    So when Klaus Schwab says “eat the bugs”, people are laughing at him..

  88. Mal says:

    Howdy all, can someone please help me? I seem to remember reading about a research project in the 1930s or 1940s – funded I think by JPM (?) – looking into monitoring all purchases to establish peoples’ purchasing patterns with a view to coming up with a resource-based currency (I think). They occupied a complete basement of a US uni but after some months the whole thing was shelved as the technology to support the idea was not available at the time.

    Unfortunately I have lost my copy of the relevant info. I’ve tried to hunt down this info again, but can’t find anything on the internet. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Ta

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