Meet The REAL Disinformation Dozen

07/25/2021147 Comments

Have you heard of "The Disinformation Dozen" yet? They're the twelve people who, according to the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH), "are responsible for almost two-thirds of anti-vaccine content circulating on social media platforms."

You see, you might think that it is well-documented research about the known short-term effects and unknown long-term effects of the unapproved gene therapy injections that are making people hesitant about sticking the COVID "vaccines" in their arms. But you'd be wrong.

According to the CCDH's super-serious and rigorously researched report on the subject, it is in fact this small group of dedicated disinformationists who have single-handedly warped the minds of millions of poor, innocent social media users. These loathsome liars and avid anti-science activists are, the CCDH informs us, the true source of the public's misgivings about the jab.

This week in The Corbett Report Subscriber editorial, James proffers his own version of the "Disinformation Dozen," a list of twelve people whose lies about the COVID scamdemic are leading us directly into a worldwide biosecurity dictatorship and are intimidating billions of people into accepting experimental gene therapy. Intrigued? Then you won't want to miss this week's editorial. Subscribe today to access the full newsletter, or, alternatively, read the editorial for free at the link below.

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  1. hbihun says:

    James you left out one other. All the simple people who got the jab without knowing one single person that died because of this scam virus.

    • ezanee says:

      I know plenty of relatives and colleagues who have passed from the virus. Whether you want to blame the virus or the symptoms, these people would not have died were it not for COVID. I don’t like the propaganda and I certainly don’t like the mainstream media, but the cases are real. And it truly feels disrespectful to minimize the deaths of real loved ones as just manipulated statistics or attribute to such things as dumb luck.

      • mkey says:

        How do you know the cases are real? Because of the “positive tests”? While we are at it, what is a “case” anyway?

        It is not us who are playing sick games with people’s deaths. It is not us who are instituting insane policies, justified with corpses of people who were once someone’s grandparents, parents, sisters and brothers.

        • WAYNED says:

          Exactly, it’s this assumption that there is a virus running rampant all over the world that keeps us from getting to the bottom of this. Maybe there is a pathogen, but then why all the fake numbers to create a pandemic. What is the pathogen and where did it come from and why was the “ground prepared” for the event in advance, including lowering the standards so they could call it a pandemic.

          • mkey says:

            If there is indeed something new, why are the do-gooders not looking for it, instead of just painting over everything with a broad covid brush?

            This is the insane age hypocrisy and people have to really contort their minds to make these fecal matters not stink.

            Used to feel sattisfaction, accomplishment even, when I would manage to make a hardy believer admit that they “can’t see the point” being made, when the argument was so obvious that they either had to accept it or stick their heads even deeper up their rear end.

            How foolish that was of me. These sad, pathetic people, not to be considered even human, would rather die and kill than admit they were wrong all along.

            • donsandy says:

              Go to any military cemetary, ponder the white slabs that represent a life of someone who killed/was killed for nothing, an illusion. Then think of the survivors who return completely changed, unable to function, unable to live with what they have done, unable to explain to a society that still supports the initiation of violence, threats, fraud. Their experience tells them society is wrong to believe in war, but saying so alienates them, gets them shunned. Maybe they went to war not believing, but not able to stand up to society, wanting to be accepted, to be valued, and willing to die for that acceptance. Coming home, they get it, but it’s not a comfort, it feels wrong to be celebrated for killing, destroying. They took a chance on dying to be accepted, got it, and it is not helping them feel good about themselves. They may even start to think death would be better, that it would have been better to die in war.

              • mkey says:

                Those are not cemetaries but ritualistic killing fields.

                Luckily, many of destroyed minds of people who managed to come back will find solace in law enforcement, where they can treat the locals as the enemy that they are.

                Not only securing themselves in a prison, but everyone else as well, that is the ultimate prize.

                The deeper they sink into the decrepit states of consciousness the harder is to pull back.

        • truthseeker9 says:

          Exactly mkey.

      • Jed says:

        The flu just disappeared and COVID jumped into its place?! How stupid are people?

      • paul6 says:

        I am sorry to hear about your loss.
        I am concerned about the overall situation and would like to know more about these cases to better judge the various dangers connected with the SARS-CoV-2, CoVid-19 and CoVid vaccines / genetic mRNA therapy situation.
        But I do not want to be insensitive.
        Could you tell,
        – how many people you know died,
        – what were their symptoms or immediate cause of death (e.g. pneumonia, stroke),
        – what was their approximate age and
        – whether or not they were treated with a Covid vaccine or anti-viral drug, and
        – whether or not they were connected to a ventilator?
        Feel free to not answer these questions if these questions are difficult to answer.
        Again, I am sorry about your loss. Best regards.

        • Steve Smith says:

          I would also like to have some elaboration Paul.
          I am very sensitive to the pain of losing loved ones and never want to make someone feel worse. But getting the facts and details of the situation and circumstances that lead to those deaths is crucial in gaining any sense of what is really going on.

          Since this whole thing started, at least half a dozen people have told me that they have lost loved ones or know others who have. They never have expressed any doubt that Covid was the culprit. They had been told that it was.
          Upon further questioning, in every case, the deceased was either very aged or had other severe comorbidities..

          • SuperMom Belle says:

            Steve Smith , This has been verbatim, my experience as well.
            It’s such a sick trick – these friends & family members (some of MY family), say they were TOLD their loved one had the disease and they DIED.
            And that’s just it.
            It’s too insensitive to ask…how did that actually happen?

            – When this one person (who is now dead) followed CDC guidelines to the letter, but still died?
            – When that high risk person (who is now dead) took every precaution including self-isolating, masking, & distancing and had NO contact with anyone else NOT following such measures, still died?
            – When this person (who is now dead) had worked in the chemical manufacturing industry most of his life, was immunocompromised AND had gotten fully vaccinated, but still died?
            – When this person (who is now dead) ‘tested’ positive with early symptoms and was explicitly told by doctors their was nothing they could do and to self-quarantine at home, and given NO early treatment medications, or even advice for self care through nutrition, sun, vitamins, no just the opposite – just sent home to get sicker in the dark, until he’s sick enough to return to get put on a “vent” and then died?

            How in the world is it, that I’m considered insensitive if I dare ask my cousin, my friend, my mother, my other friend, too much about the details surrounding those deaths that they were TOLD is the thing which lead to the untimely death of their colleague, their father, their friend, their parent??!?!?? Why aren’t THEY asking these questions instead of insinuating that I’M the one insensitive?
            I’m MAD if they died FROM following those early guidelines,
            I’m MAD if they died FROM living in shadowy fear for a year,
            I’m MAD if they died FROM complications from the ‘vaxx’ itself,
            I’m MAD if they died FROM the combination with the preexisting conditions coupled with the MOST restricted access to the MOST basic MEDS, restricted access to the MOST basic health information in the area of vitamins and restricted access to knowledge of any way to maximize health at home care and restricted access to knowledge of how incredibly dangerous those ventilators really are, and how low one’s chances of surviving are, once it’s reach that point!
            I’m mad about that. Why aren’t they as mad as I am – why aren’t THEY trying to find out FOR SURE that it WASN’T all those things that contributed to, or even CAUSED these people’s deaths? THEIR loved one’s DEATHS?

            NO. ‘This person I loved died. He had COVID and died.’
            & That’s ALL they focus on.
            It’s heartbreaking and it’s a sick trick, which should make everybody GET mad.
            (& if they can’t bring themselves to accept that it’s acceptable to question authorities, test results, and/or death certificate codes – even with all the other facts surrounding their loved ones deaths, perhaps they’ve already GONE mad).

            • Steve Smith says:

              I remember reading a book when I was a kid about a fellow who felt that his dreams were more real than real life. I am starting to relate. I feel like I’m living in a comic book.

              This morning as I was helping cast off a customer’s boat I remarked on how the CDC has declared that the PCR test can’t differentiate between the flu and “Covid” and how they are going to stop using it to determine cases.
              ON DECEMBER 31!!
              Until then they will apparently keep using a test that they admit doesn’t work.

              And how do you suppose these two middle aged fellows reacted to this news?
              One shook his head sadly at the injustice of it all and then said that, “nevertheless he personally knows two people who have died from Covid”. The other guy one upped him and declared that he knew of a half dozen people from his company that have died…from Covid.

              Unfreakingbelievable.

              • mkey says:

                In such scenarios, whichever number was produced I just double it and declare that’s how many people I know who enjoy life far too much to stoop down to insane measures, just so they could cling on to the false promise that whatever is left of their life could maybe possibly be extended, some day in foggy future, possibly and very probably never.

              • SuperMom Belle says:

                Wow. That’s Maddening (if not angry, then completely insane).

            • hbihun says:

              Well said. People get mad at others and say they are insensitive. Yet they remain silent when the governments use the dead for there own agendas. Follow the money and you will see who the insensitive people are.

          • arbuckle says:

            Lisbon Court Rules Only 0.9% of ‘Verified Cases’ Died of COVID, Numbering 152, Not 17,000 Claimed ( https://covidcalltohumanity.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Americas-Frontline-Doctors_Lisbon-court-rules-only-0.9-of-verified-cases-died-of-COVID.pdf ). And in an earlier case ruling : Portuguese court ruled PCR tests “unreliable” and quarantines “unlawful”. ( https://principia-scientific.com/portuguese-court-rules-pcr-tests-unreliable-quarantines-unlawful/ )

            • Steve Smith says:

              I read that on Lew Rockwell this morning and later told someone about it. When I went to verify the numbers I saw that it had been removed.

      • cu.h.j says:

        I am sorry for your loss. I know people did die this year from a respiratory illness that affected a few people without co morbid illnesses. However there was no trustworthy analysis by mainstream scientists to analyze this illness compared to bad flu seasons of the past that has also killed healthy people including children. Yet there was no lockdown in the past nor any media campaign like we have seen. That is very suspicious.

        Also there was no effort to treat people with HCQ or Ivermectin or other potentially lifesaving therapies when people got sick. Unfortunately people die every year from diseases and it’s tragic. But the lockdowns and experimental drugs being pushed are also killing people. People have a right to live their lives irrespective of diseases. I don’t know anyone personally who died of Covid who was in perfect health. I have no doubt there were people who died but the overwhelming majority were elderly or people with other diseases like diabetes and cancer and obesity. My dear friend took their own life due to the lockdown. I also have treated more suicide attempts this year than any other year in my career as a health care provider.

        The lockdown is pure evil and it has done nothing to prevent Covid but rather has prolonged it.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        In my perspective, any deaths attributed to Covid were actually caused by the Government, Media and Authorities.
        Authorities are responsible for the death toll.
        Not Covid.

        Everyone knows that early treatment of any health issue is important.
        And everyone knows that it is important to have open information about treatment options.

        FACT CHECK by the Press and NIH (National Institute of Health)
        advises no early treatment…just wait until you get in serious trouble, then go to the hospital.

        See this 2020
        What are the treatment options for COVID-19? by the Associated Press FACT CHECK. …and NIH
        https://www.corbettreport.com/more-plandemic-foreknowledge/#comment-95920

        • mkey says:

          You do have to account, you see, for their reeking conflict of interest, because dead people don’t talk and will gladly take part in their insane rituals of sacrifice and are therefore prime material for statistical chicanery.

      • slurry says:

        There’s always someone on the internet who “knows lots of people who died from covid”….. weird how they only exist online and I haven’t met a single one over 18 months in real life.

        Lots of people died from the flu before 2020, yet there was no guilt trips based on fear of a respiratory illness doled out to people who wanted the freedom to choose how they live their own life.

    • Yes. People getting sick does NOT equal a new virus. That is very poor scientific and logical reasoning. Also, people dying does NOT equal a new virus. That’s not how this works. We’ve been documenting the non-existence of Sars-Cov-2 for ages now, but many are blinded by their emotions.

      https://www.newbraveworld.org/where-is-the-virus/

  2. WAYNED says:

    We all look at this place and that and say “how can they be so stupid?” and yet, it’s all around us in varying degrees. Which gives this the stench of another kind of test run, to see the most effective means of truly enslaving and imprisoning the public. The dutiful Australians under the “leadership” of Kerry (can I buy a “u” and sell an “ha”) Chant are literally being the future they are made to believe they want. Think “be the change” you want to see… and how that appealed to everyone. Well, now we have varying degrees of lockdown, of control, of societal destruction. And still, when someone “tests positive” for the virus, I ask “what virus? Have they isolated it? They have not, or at least not outside of a lab where it was likely created, And using what test? The PCR test whose Nobel Prize-winning Laureate, not that that means anything anymore, was clear it can never be used to diagnose? Who also had a lot to say about the fraudulent Fauci?” I never miss a beat or leave out either key detail. Because ultimately we don’t know so giving in to any recommendation seems risky at best. That’s what all the propaganda is for, but again, I think this is all about something much bigger. If they have a contaminant (what’s in all those chem-trails?) or a pathogen they can release that will appear to spread organically, they don’t have to have a real wide-spread event, just spread it as far as they can and use propaganda to do the rest. Fake numbers from a test that’s not a test testing for who knows what, and now you have a pandemic. It’s the end of human viability. What kind of person thinks that way? What do they know that we don’t? Why accept billionaires at all? Isn’t the control all about the coming complete division between the have slaves and being a slave? Isn’t it already the cage we find ourselves in? Is it too late to get out before the gate is shut?

    • cu.h.j says:

      I don’t think it’s too late. People need to boycott all the places that require a vaccine passport. My husband turned on the radio for a minute and some stupid talking head was talking about restaurants requiring this and saying going out to restaurants are a “privilege “. I was furious. Then I heard them interview with an employer who said they don’t want to stir the pot too much because they can’t find employees.

      The smaller companies still need our business and our work and they don’t want to lose everything. People need to stop complying now.

      I stated looking at the Bolshevik “revolution “ and what happened there and how they starved people. It was sickening and if we go along with this it can happen anywhere.

      I would rather die than live as a slave and go out fighting by any means necessary if me or my family is put in that position. And this is why these sick monsters want to disarm us in the US. People must be ready if the time comes to fight. But before it comes to that we have a window of opportunity to say no and stop complying right now. And also reaching out to the people protesting and forming alliances now.

      • WAYNED says:

        It’s the forming of alliances that has become problematic. You never know who someone is in person, whereas on line, we know we are more thoughtful, generally, for being here on this site. We read comments, opt to reply or not. It is easier to form these alliances on line, but that is somewhat meaningless in the information control grid. That is how we are sidelined.

        I completely agree with you. I have zero interest in giving in. Parents who are elderly now want me to move to their city, which is a fine idea, but I really don’t want to. They assured me it would give me options to find other work if I wanted to, but then thought of getting the jab or wearing a mask and really not interested in that.

        Small businesses. Small shops. Maybe that’s the thing. Maybe that’s the point of ignition for a physical community.

        Who wants to open a breakfast and coffee shop with me where we feed real information and good food and coffee to our locals who want community? That’s what I would really like to do. Just not alone. And boy oh boy am I alone….

        OH, but then you are meeting in public openly when no one else is? Doesn’t that also make us easy targets?

        Are we starting to see the complete control grid? This is what has to be addressed in its entirety. Made public

        • cu.h.j says:

          I think meeting in person is better, or forming alliances with other people in other countries is necessary and that online interactions also makes us targets.

          If the internet goes down, who will we be able to communicate with one another?

          • Duck says:

            “…If the internet goes down, who will we be able to communicate with one another?..”

            HAM radio is pretty easy to get into if your in the US… NO morse code required any more

            http://www.arrl.org/find-an-amateur-radio-license-exam-session

            http://www.arrl.org/question-pools You can get a license JUST BY MEMORIZING

            • Steve Smith says:

              “ NO morse code required any more”

              Not that I am crazy about any sort of government regulations, but I have to ask. Do you think that is a good thing?
              Seems to me that it is another example of the modern world’s dumb down effect.

              Not too long ago, if you wanted to sail across oceans or make any long passages out of sight of land, you would have to master celestial navigation.
              Nowadays anyone with a hundred bucks can navigate anywhere. At least until someone flips a switch.

              I’m just saying. If you’re in a situation where you are forced to resort to ham radio to communicate., (and I’m not saying that isn’t around the corner), you might be well advised to learn Morse code too.

              • Duck says:

                Steve Smith
                “.. I have to ask. Do you think that is a good thing?
                Seems to me that it is another example of the modern world’s dumb down effect..”

                TRUE… not gonna argue because you are correct… but if a non-tech person of similar interest to us can use it to get a communications thing going I’ll take it.

                Its kinda like Linux…. it got simple enough that I could use it…which means that pretty soon after me the UTTER non-techies arrived to stink the place up.

                Now I think of it, the internet used to be better back at the sweat spot when it was easy to get online but 90% of people thought it was super complex…lol, about 2000 to 2010?

        • Fact Checker says:

          “Who wants to open a breakfast and coffee shop with me where we feed real information and good food and coffee to our locals who want community? That’s what I would really like to do. Just not alone. And boy oh boy am I alone….”

          One of the deliberately-perverse consequences of the “Lockdowns” is that it made any independent entrepreneurial endeavor practically impossible. It is somewhere between foolhardy and reckless to start a business now, after the precedent has been set that any business can be instantly shut down at the whim of any state-level, county-level, or city-level bureaucrat. Why would anyone invest their money, time, effort, blood, sweat, or tears into a business, knowing full well that the government might declare “Lockdown!” any moment, and take away everything you’ve worked for? There was always risk involved in business, but that risk has been virtually replaced by certain doom.

          Plus, using your Truther Community Coffee Shop as an example, even without “locking down,” the government can effortlessly destroy the entire concept of a business. It won’t make much sense to base a business model on “Truth,” since the State can mandate you wear slave-muzzles, or require bug-juice-injection certificates, upon penalty of having your license revoked. “Community” outside of pre-programmed biosecurity ritual has been effectively outlawed.

          • vadoum says:

            factchecker: It won’t make much sense to base a business model on “Truth,”

            do you invite him/her to a nihilistic dead end? The wayned element that sings past all doubt is the spreading of knowledge in a face to face grass roots way. its the same way that mindkontrol is reinforced, by having enough people discussing a fictitious narrative that it gives the many, with frail confidence in their capacity to question, a sense of herd immunity, thereby inverting meaning. blackmagic 101.

            We’ve now seen that top down information-spreading (which has been the predominant paradigm for the dominator cultures throughout recorded history) is hopelessly corruptible and very difficult to displace. How does one demolish a pyramid? At a minimum one must leave the structure; an antidote could be a truther cafe, or at least encouraging people to be as present and lucid and locally connected as possible. The remedy will be shared from mind to mind, and will be unsellable.

            Wayned, I suggest a sign over the entry “choose truth beauty health happiness and light”

            • vadoum says:

              and, there IS a local coffee shop that knows the law, and has turned police away 5 times because they are trying to enforce mask wearing, yet there are loop holes.

              another cafe wasn’t so well informed and copped a $5000 fine for one un-masked worker. The good news is that the courts have been throwing fines out.

              “kill most and psychologically break/own the leftovers.” it said from the parapet of its sand castle. The tide is rising.

              • Fact Checker says:

                “The good news is that the courts have been throwing fines out.”

                You have to wear a mask to get into the courthouse, to challenge the ticket.

                All Ways Are the Queen’s Ways…

            • WAYNED says:

              Actually, I always wanted a sign that says “This place is for you.” I still think it’s what i want to do. I had thought about a bar, but think a breakfast/lunch place would work in the right location. I want people to feel stimulated by the truth again, not disdainful of it.

          • Steve Smith says:

            “There was always risk involved in business, but that risk has been virtually replaced by certain doom.”

            Not everywhere. Not yet.

            Unless by “virtually”, you mean hypothetically.

            • cu.h.j says:

              Indeed, there is no certainty of doom (yet). If we sit on our butts there could be doom but not yet, not here in the US and not in other places either.

              I was actually kind of happy when I heard the news the other day, a business being interviewed about “vaccine” passports or mandating a vaccine and the person said it’s hard to get people to work at all.

              And then I thought back to a post FC posted about how they don’t need our purchasing power, and I’m sure the ultra rich don’t, but the small and medium companies do. Those are the ones that will feel the pressure with the boycotts and telling them no to a vaccine. My employer can barely hire people at all, they aren’t going to mandate a vaccine, not now anyway. People don’t want to be on UBI for ever. People just need to stand up for themselves and say no and stop supporting the nasty companies who are trying to roll out this slavery grid. We aren’t in a gulag yet and we don’t want to get to that point.

          • lorijh says:

            I love the idea of a community coffee shop! Many people are opening businesses and continuing to stay open, by creating PMA’s. Private Membership Associations — no mandates, no health department. David A Wolfe is in the process along with other health care practitioners (such as emergency room doctors, nurses, etc., that are leaving the mainstream medical system), in opening a hospital in Austin Texas. There are many ways around this and we just need to start creating them and standing strong in our inherent right to bodily and medical sovereignty. I go once a month to a dental hygienist that uses ozone while cleaning teeth. No masks, no health department requirements. She travels from Ventura into various parts of Los Angeles and sets up in private residences. Other practitioners are also there and we all exchange services using cash only. It’s amazing—always interesting and fascinating conversation and opportunities abound.

          • hbihun says:

            You are not alone. Many people see and realize what is going on. They choose to remain silent for their own reasons. Fear can be very paralyzing for many. Yet they struggle on. That is the beauty of the human condition.

          • arbuckle says:

            I live in a small village where most of the people are descent humans.
            Why make it “business”?
            How about a “Truth Coffee Clutch”.
            Offer coffee, egg & ham sandwiches, orange juice, wine, or beer..etc. and give it away. But, have a chalk board with “Recommended donations for refreshments” Its not a price list, just a suggestion.
            Forget the licenses, taxes, authorities, regulations. If someone wants to enjoy “Clutching” and leaves a “donation” it’s none of their business.
            If some smart ass wants to take advantage of the “community”, its just a question of making him “unwelcome” next time.
            Why give “authorities” that abuse us any respect????

          • OneKnightErrant says:

            To Fact Checker – Regarding opening a business during this troubled times, a recent interview on Cabin Talk with David Edwards explaining Private Membership Associations may be helpful – https://www.bitchute.com/video/mjZG8Loq0xs/

            Here is the PMA web site – pmapower.org

            Good luck.

            • Fact Checker says:

              The speaker himself says that a PMA is only permitted to operate if it does not “engage in activities that creates a clear and present danger of a substantial evil,” which he defines as “immediate threat of serious harm or death.” (@ 8 min.) This is basically exactly what Covid is designed to get at. Now that all civil society is based on the myth of the deadly coronavirus, any “community coffee shop,” or restaurant, or bicycle shop is subject to regulation on the pretext that not following CDC “guidelines” necessarily poses an “immediate threat of serious harm or death.”

              Then, this guy goes off the deep end by suggesting that a doctor can be “outside the state regulatory authority” of the Medical Board by having two separate entrances (one “public” and one “PMA”). I’m sorry, but if a patient sues, you’re going to be in front of the court, and you’re going to get dragged in front of the Medical Board, no matter what PMA “founding documents” this guy has drafted, and no matter how many entrances you have to your office suite. The Medical Board isn’t going to give a gawt-damn if you called yourself a “PMA” and then tried to practice medicine.

              THEN, he pretty much chokes when the interviewer asks him how these “PMAs” have fared when tested in the courts, and admits that it can go any which way. (Around 30min.) This basically means that you have to go in front of the conventional courts FIRST, and HOPE that the conventional court decides to honor your “PMA.” This is the same as not having a PMA.

              I would not rely on this guy’s advice at all. He’s very much in the vein of the “sovereign citizen” (“gold fringe”) movement, which has resulted in an enormous number of criminal convictions due to reckless and delusional “legal advice.”

              If you have a like-minded group that is willing to pay you to drink whiskey in your study, and call it a “drinking club,” then you can do what he’s talking about, on a trust-basis. But nothing he says or does will carry any legal weight when things go sideways.

          • OneKnightErrant says:

            Regarding the PMA, I found a much better exposition of that strategy and others at singletonpress –
            https://www.bitchute.com/video/bagesWmvc3Qb/

            He must be a lawyer, perhaps a tax attorney. He introduces himself as John Jay and talks not only about PMAs but quite a few other strategies for dealing with state and federal regulatory agencies intent on driving private business owners, and anyone else in their bureaucratic sights – insane. I found him to be articulate, well organized, informative, and easy to listen to. He mentions Tony Roman, owner of an Italian restaurant in Huntington Beach, California, who has received quite a bit of attention defying orders to close down. He didn’t have a PMA. Also lacked one of the key ingredients the Feds use as a means of control. Fear.

            About 40 years ago when I lived in France, a friend of mine, a teacher, got together with other colleagues to start a restaurant. They each bought shares. The object was never to make money but have fun. They had a built in clientele: faculty and students. It turned out to be extremely successful because there were enough people who knew what they were doing.

            Very few restaurants are successful. But I remember one co-operative venture which included a small farm where all the produce for the restaurant was grown. They did quite well. The best strategy, I feel, for getting through these times is finding enough people who share the same ideals, and sticking together. I think you’re wrong to summerly dismiss the PMA path. That said, I’m sure there are those who have used it to take advantage of the more gullible.

            However, finding others who have not become “pod people”…not easy. I am the only one among family and friends who has not been taken over. It’s just me and the gekkos. None of them wear masks or social distance. In spite of what David Icke says – there are friendly reptilians.

      • slurry says:

        I recently got back onto Facebook and I’m seeing a large portion of my friends list drink the kool-aide. Just today I had a friend post “open up the borders for the vaccinated! I’ve got concerts I want to go to!”.

        I don’t want to seem pessimistic, but I think things are going to get a lot tougher for those of us who resist in the not so distant future, unfortunately.

    • nosoapradio says:

      Thanks for this very intriguing article!

    • nosoapradio says:

      Some interesting tie-togethers and references, but what I suspected at the top of the article was confirmed at the bottom with the last sentence;

      “…The point is we may have been set up for an endless biopolitical quarantine without even noticing it…”

      which shows that Pepe Escobar doesn’t follow the Corbett Report. Mr Corbett has not only ‘noticed this endless biopolitical quarantine’, but has meticulously dissected it over the years. No sneaking up on him or his subscribers!

      I often got the feeling with Escobar (when I read him slightly more often) that he goes almost all the way, covering what the more perspicacious can obviously see, and then stops short, without offering any revealing synthesis, substantiating sources or further implications… dunno… just an impression..

      • WAYNED says:

        Yes. And whenever I encounter a journalist like that (Amy Goodman, Aaron Mate are other examples) I know to not listen to them and I turn them off. Half measures are not enough. Particularly when they are used to “capture” you by appealing to the truth they otherwise never really close the circle on.

    • myeye1 says:

      [SNIP – No links without titles and/or explanations. Please re-post the link with an explanation of what it is and why people should be clicking on it. -JC]

  3. scpat says:

    Regarding the section on YouTube, I thought I would add this to the documentation. Several years ago, Eric Schmidt said that Google’s search engine should only return one “correct” answer. If it does not, he says that’s a “bug”.

    (Queued video)
    It’s Official: This Is Straight out of Orwell’s 1984…
    Truthstream Media, Aug 10, 2017
    https://youtu.be/vrKs_vduiKU?t=100

    • SuperMom Belle says:

      scpat, Yes – that’s so informative. Add to it, Truthstream Media’s more recent piece, “The Purpose of Disruption” (cued at 11:51) https://odysee.com/@truthstreammedia:4/the-purpose-of-disruption:8?r=GtXGXwPrhBTWfvrJdXrJRJZ3HHSsh2ke&t=711 where it gets really chilling (keeping in mind the earlier piece), when NY Gov Andrew Cuomo bring up Eric Schmitt’s head on his smart phone calling him “the best mind in this country, if not in this.. on the globe.”
      (Maybe Cuomo hasn’t met many people, at least, I HOPE he hasn’t, if he thinks WE will think Eric Schmitt has the best mind of US all).

      • scpat says:

        Right. When a psychopath is praising someone like that, a big red flag goes up. Just like when Bill Clinton called Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus a “rockstar” prior to Covid. And Ghebreyesus’s character has played out just like one would expect it to, given Clinton’s description of him.

  4. scpat says:

    I was reminded of something by James’ statement that, “Truly, the disinformationists are warping the minds of the public, and Chant’s remarks are as good a sign of that as any.”

    As seen in the frightening video below, the new Israel PM is doing what all dictators throughout history have done to their enemies—demonize them. Just like Hitler pointed to the Jews as the problem, the Israel PM is pointing to the unvaccinated as the problem. “Those who refuse vaccines are endangering their health, those around them, and the freedom of every Israeli citizen.” If history is any guide, the next step is to turn the masses against this “threat” and eliminate them.

    https://twitter.com/camus37/status/1418570306134892552

    • mkey says:

      Siccing one part of the people onto the other is an age old ploy and for a good reason – it worked marvelously since the time immemorial. You only ever need to sell it to a part of the public and they’ll make everyone live through it.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      After watching that, I have no words.

  5. easyvirtual says:

    Hi James,

    #Brickgate

    The CEO of the Center for Countering Digital Hate is Imran Ahmed. 5 years ago, as publicity agent for UK MP Angela Eagle, he was actively involved in targeting then Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn MP for removal, a man whom the UK establishment and media later forced from his post under a welter of fake ‘antisemitism’ allegations.

    Iran Ahmed’s earlier, failed attempt to dethrone Corbyn began in July 2016 when Angela Eagle announced a bid for the leadership. To get her off to an auspicious start, Ahmed invented a story about a “brick” being hurled through her constituency office window. On the morning of 12th July the news broke and Eagle’s press connections ensured that at least 12 national newspapers dispatched hacks to the location in Wallasey, Merseyside, UK. I live a mile away and smelled a rat immediately. On arrival, I found the broken window shed light onto a communal stairwell, not a constituency office. Ahmed is a fully practised liar and his lies remain in the newspapers to this day, despite my complaint to the newspaper regulator who found the press articles to be ‘factual’. I challenged Ahmed on Twitter and was later banned and had my account deleted after ‘somebody anonymous’ reported me for breaching guidelines.

    Ahmed story here:https://wirralinittogether.blog/2016/12/08/brickgate-angela-eagles-pr-man-imi-ahmed-throws-his-weight-around-on-twitter/

  6. flammable says:

    The REAL disinformation dozen has to be these individuals and entities you listed. The entire “disinformation” dozen combined doesn’t even come close to the amount of views and shares that someone like Bill Gates or Tony Fauci get. Now that may sound discouraging but most of those are empty views. People are tuning out the MSM and government officials despite the habit of turning on the TV or looking at the front pages of social media. I have not had much success in sharing this information to family and friends but I am seeing them losing interest in the Covid and the pandemic.

  7. mik says:

    Another example of degeneration of science.
    American Physics Society (APS) asked Sabine Hossenfelder to write an opinion piece about state of physics that later wasn’t published because it was deemed to critical.

    Can Physics Be Too Speculative? An Honest Opinion.(10min)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f23eWOquFQ0

  8. dmay says:

    So saying anything countering the injection narrative is now ‘hate speech’?!

    And of course they don’t offer any explanation to support that leap. Just because they said so. Only the profoundly stupid can believe the narrative at this point. Amazing how many of them there are.

  9. Nemi says:

    Concerning what’s happening in NSW, Australia, the condemnation of the thousands of people who protested on the weekend against lockdowns and other totalitarian measures by politicians and the media is being trumped by the fact that the police got more than 5,500 tip-offs to identify participants of the protest. What does that remind me of, hmm, ah yes, a book I read years ago called “Stasiland” by (Australian) author Anna Funder. Some people learn from history, others use it as an instruction manual and that, with the sophisticated surveillance technology available now, takes it to a new and frightening level.

    • vadoum says:

      my guess is that the “5500 daubers” are what the bad cop police (there are good cops in the mix) wish they had, and are encouraging fence sitting daubs by faking that number to make it seem “normal”. It is extremely un-Australian to turn someone in. More likely they have a real time tracking record of every phone’s position to within a meter. So as it said in the supermarket headlines yesterday, “500 already arrested and another 3500 will be,,”, they had the list without one dauber. Now all thats needed is to process the paper.

  10. Fact Checker says:

    A great, in-depth write-up on someone I believe is fast becoming a disinformation demi-deity: “Doktor” David Martin:

    https://fakeologist.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/WHO-IS-DAVID-E.-MARTIN-.pdf

    (Unfortunately, the hyperlinks are not working for me. (I’m on a Mac.) However, it’s an admirably thorough expose regardless, since it’s all based on verbatim quotations.)

    • candlelight says:

      Fact Checker:

      Just glancing through your link one can see it’s quite an extensive “expose” of Martin.

      And if the photo of him way at the bottom of the pdf isn’t a fake, that is, if the tattoo on his left upper arm is for real, then that is an eye opener, for sure, even aside from his potpourri of global corporate affiliations. Yes, something about him stinks to high holy heaven.

      But, what gets me, and what I don’t understand about you, and the Ricardo Delgado Martin(s) of the world, is the denial of the existence of viruses.

      I-just-don’t-get-it.

      For instance, where did your pdf link come from? Who wrote it?

      Well, we can see it comes from the website fakeologist.com. Right?

      This is another link from fakeologist.com:

      https://fakeologist.com/911-psyop-bullet-points/

      It is almost nauseating to read their “bullet-points”. If I wasn’t so numb already from all the utter bullcrap circulating on the Internet for the last umpteenth years, I probably would throw-up.

      The insanity of these 911 bullet points, e.g. no victims, no building collapse, blah, blah, blah – just complete stupidity – is the equivalent, in absolute terms, as far as I’m concerned, of the no virus, nonsense.

      Sorry for the need to ask, but I feel I need to bring this full circle… Tell me, Fact Checker, are you a Mason, too?

      Yeah, yeah, I know there’s a bunch of subscribers here who think the way you do, that the entire body of biological sciences claiming the existence of viruses is some kind of scam…just thinking about it makes me laugh. And maybe yous will wanna call me out on my own ignorance, but, it’s got to be that either you’re wildly misinformed as a group, which seems implausible (but, who knows, there’s a shit ton of sugary cool-aide out there that’s been drunk), or you’re part of a program designed to discredit sites like this one.

      Which is it, my friend?

      Or, am I out of place? If I don’t agree with something, however strongly, should I just ignore it? Or, maybe be totally open-minded and just accept every incredible idea as plausible that has ever been expressed in the comment section?

      I realize it’s verboten to accuse anyone here of being, say, a Psyop, because the same could be thrown in my face as well. So, to do so is unproductive, counter-productive and also unnecessary. After all, we’re all entitled to our opinions however bizarre to some they may be.

      So, to you, Fact Checker, and others, I apologize in advance.

      Nonetheless…. 🙂

      • cu.h.j says:

        I don’t think FC denies viruses, not in past posts anyway. I thought he believed in germ theory.

        Maybe he doesn’t believe in Covid. I’m sorry to intrude on the conversation, but I was curios too.

        I don’t get it either and I think it would be so helpful to have a trusted microbiologist or virologist explain the process of isolation and why they can’t do a traditional isolation of HIV and Covid.

        Based on what I have observed and experienced, the existences of viruses seem obvious for me. Maybe I’m one of the unlucky ones who actually get them.

        • cu.h.j says:

          Fact checker,

          You may be right about the money influencing the field of virology, the influences by the controllers, and that they steer this field of study. However, I observed the effects of HIV and AIDS in multiple patients and personal friends who have this disease and am convinced that there is something that is being transmitted in the blood and body fluids.

          I know that in the 80s a lot of health care workers contracted this disease (HIV/AIDS) by contact with blood by needle stick injuries. Also, there was an epidemic of this disease in the 80s in gay men, IV drug users, and people who had contact with blood and body fluids. This was a real epidemic. It might have had political influences at that time, but that epidemic happened. I was a kid in the 80s and my mom had a couple friends who contracted this disease and they died and it was a very nasty illness. In my career, I have taken care of patients with this disease. The disease is real, and the people who developed it had contact with blood and body fluids of other people with the same disease. It wasn’t a toxin in the air or anything like that or a spontaneous illness.

          But I will check out Tom Cowan. This has piqued my interest.

        • candlelight says:

          cu.h.j.,

          In one of his posts, Fact Checker is rather emphatic about the non-existence of viruses. If I locate this particular post, I’ll link it. But, that’s why I’m perplexed that he describes himself below as being agnostic on the subject, because he was raging hellfire against the notion in that prior post.

          PS: That you for sharing your nursing experience which seems to thoroughly corroborate the universally accepted scientific perspective of a pathogenic source of illness, one that self replicates inside the body.

          I have linked this US Patent elsewhere, but it clearly seems to describe the isolating of the corona virus. Of course, the visuals are generated by way of electron microscope. There are even sceptics here who would deny the instrument’s imaging as being fake…. I can’t help these people.

          https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/4d/01/bb/b15d530677fb33/US7776521.pdf

          • Fact Checker says:

            “In one of his posts, Fact Checker is rather emphatic about the non-existence of viruses.”

            You sure like putting all kinds of sundry words in Fact Checker’s mouth.

            Then you use those words to support some wild accusations.

            Weird.

            • candlelight says:

              Why weird?

              Here’s your post I was referencing:

              https://www.corbettreport.com/the-scamdemic-was-so-last-year-heres-whats-coming-next/#comment-113208

              Highlights:

              There is no virus.”

              “What these “virologists” do is no different than what theologians do, splitting invisible hairs about the “unity of the trinity” and so forth, when all the fundamental premises are imaginary and based entirely on faith. The whole model is fallacious.”

              I call that being pretty emphatic, no?

              Or, am I being wildly accusatory?

              I didn’t pick up on any agnosticism here. You weren’t sitting on the fence. Yes, no, maybe.

              But, you tell me. What in your ranting characterization of an imaginary, fallacious and faith based virus model did I miss?

              • Fact Checker says:

                Fair enough. Clearly by using the singular “there is no virus” I meant “novel coronavirus.”

                But the rest, yeah, I think virology is mostly junk science. That doesn’t necessarily mean I hold a “belief” that there are no viruses, any more than it would mean I believe there is no weather if I claimed that meteorology is junk science.

              • candlelight says:

                Hmmm.

                I’ll have to ponder the weather analogy…. Not sure it fits.

                But, anyway, I had a feeling you were going to qualify your statement in the way you did – “There is no virus.”

                Okay, so you think it’s kind of junk science, the field of virology, mostly. That’s how you define your agnosticism, but, I’m curious as to why when it comes to coronavirus, or novel coronavirus (and is it SARS-Cov-2 in particular?) you become adamantly atheistic.
                As a kid you were intrigued by the study of viruses, why the patent skeptic now? (pun intended)

              • Fact Checker says:

                Because even assuming orthodox viral theory, the entire “novel coronavirus – covid” hypothesis is based on just one patient, as reported in the Xiang Zhao/George Gao paper. ( http://weekly.chinacdc.cn/en/article/id/a3907201-f64f-4154-a19e-4253b453d10c )
                On January 3, 2020, the first complete genome of the novel β genus coronaviruses (2019-nCoVs) was identified in samples of bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF) from a patient from Wuhan by scientists of the National Institute of Viral Disease Control and Prevention (IVDC) through a combination of Sanger sequencing, Illumina sequencing, and nanopore sequencing.

                Okay so a guy was sick, and then this sequence was “reconstructed” from samples taken from his throat. Well…conventional virology has it that the virome of the human body has hundreds of thousands if not millions of viral stowaways. So there is no reason to think this random scrap of “virus” found in this guy’s throat was causing the syndrome. Kary Mullis made this point repeatedly about viral theory: correlation does not equal causation.

                The whole thing is a joint military PsyOp. George Gao (head of China’s CDC) had barely disembarked the plane from his guest-of-honor appearance at Event 201 when he and Zhao cooked up this nonsense.

                It’s all bullshit. Fake. A scripted, transparent ploy.

      • Fact Checker says:

        I’m agnostic on the topic of viruses. “Covid” is completely fake.

        “Germ theory,” as a general matter, is sound. It’s just too much of an empirical reality to deny that people do come down with like symptoms after contact with a sick family member.

        However, I have found Tom Cowan’s presentations on the faulty premises of virology to be pretty persuasive.

        I think the best, safest theory is that there are indeed transmissible toxins that can be passed from person to person and create like symptoms. And bacterial and amebic infections are a real thing that can be verified with conventional microscopy. However, at this point I think the whole “viral theory” of particles that “hijack the cells’ genetic machinery to reproduce themselves” is too fanciful and too attenuated to act upon or adopt as a “belief.” Furthermore, the whole field has been funded in autocratic fashion by none other than Fauci himself for our entire lifetimes. That’s a real thing that needs to be borne in mind.

        As to where the link on Martin came from, it was posted on Off-Guardian by a commenter who happens to be a “fakeology” regular, and I read it because I’m vaguely interested in this Martin character. (I don’t read “fakeology” and I do not subscribe to the “talking points” you mention.) However, since the argument is constructed from verbatim quotes, I don’t believe credibility of the writer is an issue, and I’m not concerned with his/her identity. The editorial slant, however, perfectly dovetails with my own suspicions about Martin, which were based on watching just two lengthy talks by him online. I found this to be validating independent replication of my own hunch. Then, I linked to it here because I thought the Corbettariat might be interested, and because I like to think the Corbettariat are a cut above the typical rank-and-file Truthers, who often become far too emotionally invested in “allies” who come out of the woodwork, just as Whitney Webb describes in the interview about graphene. (Not sure why on Earth you would randomly lump Fact Checker in with Delgado Martin, btw. That was weird.)

        No I’m not a Mason. I am just always willing to reevaluate long-held beliefs, such as virology, which was particularly fascinating to me as a kid, and was a topic that inspired me to do independent research after the topic was brought up in science class. I was quite attracted to the whole concept of these little alien half-life forms. (They used to be depicted, btw, as little hexagonal capsules with a tube-like sheath extending out, at the end of which were spindly little “legs” that were supposed to grab onto the cell. This was barely 30 years ago. That whole model was quietly replaced with this gooey green blob crowned by red “spikes.” Nobody ever talks about that large-scale switcheroo…but as far as I can tell “viral theory” itself has mutating enormously over the past few decades, under Fauci’s reign, and not because of “data” or “findings.” Rather, it has morphed more in the nature of a manipulative Narrative…)

        • Fact Checker says:

          candlelight:

          You say, “I know there’s a bunch of subscribers here who think …the entire body of biological sciences claiming the existence of viruses is some kind of scam…just thinking about it makes me laugh.”

          That laughter response has been programmed into you by the educational and media institutions. One should always be most ready to reevaluate a belief when one’s reaction to a contrary assertion is to “laugh.”

          That’s the same thought-stop as the “conspiracy theorist” meme, in an older and cruder form.

          Monkeys laugh at things that the TeeVee tells them to laugh at. It’s a lot easier than thinking.

        • candlelight says:

          Fact Checker,

          That has a nice Soviet ring to it: Corbettariat. I like it!

          It didn’t make me laugh, exactly, but it did make me smile. It’s a good one.

          You may have a myopic view about laughter, in my opinion, but, touché!

          I inferred you may be a Psyop, and you, in turn, infer I may have the brains of a monkey! Hahahaaha.

          But, I appreciate your taking the time to explain why you used the fakeology link.

          Fair enough.

          Lumping you in with Delgado was just happenstance. It was just that I happened to have just watched the interview he had with Michel Chossudovsky wherein Delgado postulates the virus doesn’t exist. I could have substituted Delgado with any number of people, like the genius Jon Rappoport, the serial fantasist.

          I guess I’ll just go ahead and throw away everything I’ve ever learned or heard of, pieced together via the work and study of thousands of individuals over many years, in favor of what that idiot has to say, so I can de-program myself, and live a better life out from the grasp of the matrix….

          Forgive me, but, I can’t help chuckling.

      • WAYNED says:

        I don’t think we have to go into this kind of speculation, the fact is it is an unknown pathogen and may have been man made. To me, the evidence tells me they created something, released it, but it doesn’t spread. They can target populations or groups, but then they have to fake the numbers with fake numbers… They can always “infect” this or that group or individual. I suspect there is a weapon in all of this, but would not surprise me to find there is not. It’s the need to end the speculation and get at facts that has us all talking here and not watching CNN.

    • nosoapradio says:

      Thanks for this link Fact Checker.

      I’d have to fact check this out but would appear to be massively discrediting. So his role is to push the lableak narrative? Stoke confusion? Create a piedpiper who will further deceive on future issues? Or perhaps in being “revealed” as a hoaxster, discredit the very valuable “patent” lead? hmmmmm.

      “…He is the creator of the world’s first quantitative public equity index – the CNBC IQ100
      powered by M·CAM.
      The CNBC IQ 100 is an exclusive, data-driven index of the 100 large-cap
      companies best using technology to invest in and profit from new business
      opportunities.
      Look at the companies in this index. Among them you will find companies like
      Amazon, Apple, Chevron, CitiGroup, JP Morgan, Clorox, Coca-Cola, Exxon
      Mobil, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, MasterCard, Visa, and more.
      Now remember, this CNBC index, is powered by M-SCAM International – which
      is David’s company. He’s the Founder and CEO.
      In other words, if Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer and these other companies do well,
      then David’s index also does well. And how did these giant corporations do
      during the pandemic? They did really, really well. To put it another way, if
      Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer sell a lot of vaccines, David will be “fully living”…”

      • cu.h.j says:

        That’s a very important thing to keep in mind, the ties one has to large corporations that have a vested interest in keeping this nightmare going as long as possible.

        But, other people have said that this virus or whatever isn’t new, like Dr. Wodarg in the beginning of the pandemic.

        Maybe it’s just to distract people and divide people into camps so that they don’t form alliances. At this point I don’t care if someone believes in Viruses. If they want to work to end the totalitarian regime that’s running over us, I would work with them.

        The most important thing right now I think is community because the situation is getting worse. There is more MSM propaganda with the “delta variant” and how it’s spread by “un vaccinated” people.

        These monsters want to starve us out, to crush us like bugs, to extinguish humanity once and for all. If we don’t support each other and help one another, we will be easy to pick off.

      • Fact Checker says:

        “Create a piedpiper who will further deceive on future issues?”

        This is my hunch. I think right now he’s in the sheep-dipping-honeymoon period, where he’s saying very impressive-sounding-but-ultimately-innocuous stuff, building up the persona of an “expert” who can “crack the case” from a technical angle. Eventually, I figure he’ll start pushing some kind of snake oil, bug juice, or transhuman-lite “remedies” or some such, shepherding his flock of former skeptics right into the fold of the Great Convergence.

        He is an accelerationist, a technocracy-lover, and a resetter.

  11. Octium says:

    The people who really discredit the vaccine are those selfish drama queens that took the vaccine and died from minor complications such as blood clots just to seek attention.

    Has anyone seen a pro-vaccine ghost recently?

    No, Didn’t think so…too selfish to come back from the dead and promote the vaccines.

    • vadoum says:

      au contraire, hungry ghosts is exactly what they are, but they cant come back because they’ve never known how to leave; also described as memory demons, having a last ditch attempt, the sort that are passed down over many generations, accumulating power until they guide or inspire murder, of another or many or oneself. for the paperwork on this try reading Hamlet.

  12. hellofriend says:

    Spot on list. The amalgamation that comprises “the real disinformation dozen” reminds me of a cliff notes type version of the enlightening book “Another Nineteen; Investigating Legitimate 9/11 Suspects” http://another19.com/index.html/ which outlines the 19 entities who were really responsible for 9/11 and not the 19 hijackers living in caves in Afghanistan. The real disinformation dozen aren’t Doctors and Scientists who are unmotivated by money, but rather Rockefeller medicine and DARPA sponsored marketing and propaganda campaigns that constitute the ‘disinformation dozen’.

  13. nosoapradio says:

    So you open your list by resorting to Adhanom attacks Mr Corbett!? Classic see-through sophistry!

    And then you work your way down to poor Jen Psaki who’s just trying to do her job by suggesting she’s just Miss Disinformation or something!?

    Well, I’ll show you that in reality she’s Miss Information!

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

    You see Mr know-it-all! She gives excellent and otherwise hard-to-find information here!

    Furthermore, she’s very clear and direct in her messaging!

    (just in case someone missed this important demonstration of governmental integrity!)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      A Tony Heller 17 second video…

      — White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Explains Vaccines —
      “Hence, we are quite focused on communicating directly with those people. Hence, our special guest today about why it is important to get vaccinated. Why these vaccines are safe.
      Why they can STILL KILL YOU even though you are under the age of 27.
      We need to be clear and direct about our messaging. “

      NOTE: Like other YouTube videos, the “Transcript” function rewrites the script to make it conform to YouTube’s standards of lying. This is how it reads (copy-n-pasted): “UNDER THE AGE OF 27 WILL HAVE A MUCH LOWER VACCINATION RATES. AND WE ARE QUITE FOCUSED ON INDICATING DIRECTLY WITH THOSE PEOPLE, HENCE OUR SPECIAL GUEST TODAY ABOUT WHY IT’S IMPORTANT TO GET VACCINATED.”

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        On another YOUTUBE note…

        July 26, 2021
        Broc West says:
        “FYI – The Corbett Report Extras channel has just received its 3rd strike & been purged from ThemTube.
        Have a nice day.”

        https://twitter.com/brocwest/status/1419843222549893123

        Evidently…
        “…The 9/11 Whistleblowers documentary was the final nail in the coffin…”
        [It’s almost 2 years old.]
        “…Yep that’s the one. Was removed for and I quote ““Content glorifying or inciting violence against another person.”

        • mkey says:

          Good riddance. His facebook page will hopefully be next. When it does happen we’ll finally get to know whether the Corbett report is on facebook.

          I’ve been waiting for a straight answer to that question for years now.

          • nosoapradio says:

            Yea. Have to agree with you there. I don’t understand why he can’t just be more honest and up front on that point… I mean, he doesn’t have to do a whole show or anything about it, but… Ya know?
            Maybe it’s kinda trivial but… he was never really clear about that. I think the inquiring minds of the Corbettariat would like to know:
            Is the Corbett Report on Facebook, or not?!?

              • nosoapradio says:

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MK6TXMsvgQg

                Yes, ok, but that doesn’t really answer the question, does it?.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Taxpayer, Thanks for the link to “The Corbett Report is not on Facebook”
                I always like seeing past Corbett Report episodes referenced. It helps to inter-link the Corbett Library.

                Just to let you know…
                NoSoapRadio and Mkey are playing around. They are joking. They know about Facebook. Sometimes humor is hard to catch on the typed page, because you can’t see the grin.

                Oh!…she beat me to the comment with Benny.
                Well, this will go live in 2 more minutes.

              • mkey says:

                I don’t joke about facebook.

                This proves nothing. “Corbett Report is not on facebook”. That could mean literaly anything. If “isolation” can mean exactly the opposite, does it then not stand to reason that “not” could mean “now, always was and always will be, you can bet your sweet ass,”?!

                This is, of course, going to segway into a big reveal about how TCR was in fact on facebook and it was so well hidden the rat bastards couldn’t find it to delete it.

                Bravo, James, bravo. You almost had it, but we figured it out.

      • nosoapradio says:

        Well, gee, HRS. Thanks for taking the time to read and comment on my comment!

        And while we’re clarifying my opaque attempt at humor I’ll take this opportunity to commit the ultimate faux pas of asking you whether you got my silly pun? …? Opening the list with Adhanom attacks? Tedros Adhanom… at the top of the list…? Adhanom attacks? like Ad Hominem attacks…? ok yea. Nevermind. It was a bit “pulled by the hair” as the French would say…

        And yea, Even Psaki tells the truth occasionally… by accident…

        And very good point about the mendacious transcription machine!

        And everything, and all the rest!

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          I noticed the Adhanom and knew that you were playing with Ad Hominem, but I couldn’t see where the juice was. Puzzled, I think to myself… Is that French slang or what?

          Dang! If you had not filled out the CrossWordPuzzle, I wouldn’t have caught it!
          Oh!…you fast women!

          Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

          You get bonus points, because it is very appropriate for Corbett’s article
          “Meet The REAL Disinformation Dozen”

          • nosoapradio says:

            you fast women!? What??

            hrmph!

            Mais je vous en prie, Monsieur! Dieu m’en garde!

            fast women indeed…

  14. HomeRemedySupply says:

    You’ll like watching this…

    The French are badass, they are spraying poop at the President’s house
    The open window was a great target.
    https://twitter.com/ChanceTyColeman/status/1419457391821787138

    (H/t to Broc West. He knows shit when he sees it.)

    • nosoapradio says:

      Yes it was mightily gratifying to watch those mightily irritated and well-hung Farmers protest

      7 years ago:

      https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x29kg1r

      “…French farmers unions organized a nationwide day of protest yesterday, staging demonstrations in villages and cities across France. Thousands turned out, expressing their anger at collapsing prices (due in part to sanctions against Russia), increased environmental regulations, cheap imports, and high costs. They took to the streets, dumping tons of produce, flinging manure on government buildings, burning effigies, and throwing apples at riot police. The farmers also urged their fellow countrymen to “eat French” and support local agriculture…”

      theatlantic.com/photo/2014/11/french-farmers-grow-angry/100847/

      Never loses its charm.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I like your use of adjectives when it comes to “Farmers”.

        I could make some jokes, but I’ll leave it there.

        • nosoapradio says:

          I like your use of adjectives said he in a deep Bogart purr…
          Yowza HRS! You know how to talk to us party poopers!
          😎

    • mkey says:

      Party pooper.

      • nosoapradio says:

        Yea. A notorious party pooper.
        Seems to be the consensus amongst my closest family and entourage…
        …who, incidentally, love clapping at balconies and are mostly vaccinated…
        …sigh.

  15. mkey says:

    Vaccine woman
    https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/2021/07/26/vaccine-woman-no-way-to-get-around-it/

    And the soundtrack: Vaccine woman – Lenny Kravitz
    lbry.tv/@hozu:2/AmericanWoman:9

  16. mkey says:

    Here’s another of those damn disinformation agents, Jerry Day. Grrrr…

    What Are You Going To Do In The War?
    https://lbry.tv/@janamurray:4/What-Are-You-Going-To-Do-In-The-War:c

    • mkey says:

      Never Let Strangers “Reset” Your Life
      https://www.bitchute.com/video/e0yxCJAzfcqw/

      Again this guy. Is it too much to ask to have this Russian disinformation agent deplatformed?

      • mkey says:

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        Maybe a good time to have the bitchute guy as a guest on TCR, again.

        Here he is on lbry. I guess not extreme enough for them.
        https://open.lbry.com/@JerryDay:3/NeverLetStrangersResetYourLife:d

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Last night I watched Jerry’s “What Are You Going To Do In The War?” where he likens this era to World War 3.
      That guy can put some Oomph behind his words.

  17. illbnice2u2 says:

    Go watch “The Tiny Dot” by Larkin Rose

  18. robert.t says:

    From Australia…

    Murdoch’s news.com.au, his giveaway leftist rag for those unwilling to pay for his faux-conservative rags, has gone beyond disinformation.

    What do you call it when you give the punters the true, bad news…but like it’s all good news?

    “On Sunday, a 23-year-old Sydney woman took to the platform to explain she had a ‘free boob job’ after receiving the Pfizer vaccination.”

    “Many more shared their shock and delight at the change they’ve encountered with their body post-vaccination.”

    Delighted tweet from Del: “Can confirm the free Pfizer boob job after the first dose.”

    Of course, experts have explained…

  19. judyanne says:

    When you hear someone say the phrase “Settled Science”, just remember that the “Lobotomy” used to be that. When you hear someone talk about “Standard of Care”, realize that this is often based on NO meaningful research, and based entirely on the opinions of a few so-called, bought & paid for “experts” in the field. There is no such thing as “Settled Science”, everything should be questioned and studied. “Standard of Care” is a false paradigm implying that we know everything about a subject there is to know, and that this model should not be questioned.
    Think, study, watch, research, debate; we are figuring it out as we go.

  20. HomeRemedySupply says:

    James Corbett says:
    “…there is another hobgoblin that will soon eclipse the deadly COVID monster in the imagination of the populace.
    One that’s been around for decades, waiting for its chance to terrify the public into a Great Reset as we plunge into the New World Order.
    And that monster is . . .
    . . . carbon dioxide.
    BOO! Are you scared yet?”

    From The Scamdemic Was So Last Year . . . Here’s What’s Coming Next
    https://www.corbettreport.com/the-scamdemic-was-so-last-year-heres-whats-coming-next/
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    July 27 – Zero Hedge
    59 Million Americans Prohibited From Buying High-End Dell Gaming PCs
    (See IMAGES in article)
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/59-million-americans-prohibited-buying-high-end-dell-gaming-pcs

    EXCERPTS
    Approximately 59 million Americans spanning five states can’t buy Dell’s high-end Alienware brand desktop PCs “due to power consumption regulations.”

    When one goes to the Dell Alienware online configurator to buy an Aurora R12 gaming desktop, a special notice appears which reads:

    This product cannot be shipped to the states of California, Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Vermont or Washington due to power consumption regulations adopted by those states. Any orders placed that are bound for those states will be canceled.

    Among other state policies, the prohibition puts Dell in compliance with California’s Energy Commission regulations which took effect on July 1.
    Under the new guidelines, annual energy consumption cannot consume more than 75 kWh/year, and cannot exceed an “expandability score” (ES) of 690, which includes idle power consumption.

    In order to comply with California’s requirement, Alienware now offers a special version which adheres to the new regulations.

    • mkey says:

      What a load of bunk. I would never recommend getting alineware anyhow, but it sure would be fun finding ways around these idiotic limitations. Purchasing parts instead of a pre built PC? Drop shipping? The second hand market? I’m sure they thought about everything, people that are making up this reality are very smart.

  21. cu.h.j says:

    Why do they want every person on the planet to take this injection? Is it conditioning to accept slavery or is there something in particular in it that we don’t know about? Regardless I don’t trust it and will never take it but I wonder.

    • vadoum says:

      “Why do they want every person on the planet to take this injection?”

      for the same reason that question is never given a reasonable answer. If someone avoids reason, they are destroying meaning; I’m betting that meaning is a Universal law.

      Let those who would dominate show their hands, they are marking themselves, its not gonna be pretty.

      “Is it conditioning to accept slavery or is there something in particular in it that we don’t know about?”

      Because those that are pushing the inoculations are culpable of obstructing justice, the worst must be assumed until those same players prove their innocence. The dots connecting resemble at the least a set-up for big pharma to perpetuate getting rich by pretending to protect, and at the worst a kill-switch implant.

      Many have been jabbed and seem to be fine. Many have been jabbed and died from it. Many contracted an odd respiratory disease and died. Many got the “common cold” and were declared a threat to humanity. none of it has been explained without some supposition. Therefore we dont know; maybe its the great onion peeling of the psyche?

      The scare tactics or emotional manipulation is working far better than I ever imagined it could, and or there can be unseen yet to be named forces at play..

      I reckon keeping immune system tuned and as always KARUNA KARUNA! (pay attention/stay present)

      • cu.h.j says:

        That makes a lot of sense and the kill switch as well. It would be convenient for them to selectively kill the peoples who they find problematic with the flip of a switch. It could also be conditioning to accept whatever the “ experts say “ and turn off one’s own mind.

        This is also why they are trying to destroy the economy to achieve total dominance over earning potential and food. Wow it’s mind blowing. I just don’t get why that would lead to fulfillment for anyone. But an interesting phenomenon that occurs in prisoners is that people become institutionalized and freedom becomes foreign to them. These monsters want to engender institutionalization and dependence. If people reject it they can be starves out and turned off.

        • Fact Checker says:

          “I just don’t get why that would lead to fulfillment for anyone.”

          You’re joking, right?

          Having a puppet-slave army at your unchecked disposal has no appeal to you? I don’t think you’re being honest with yourself.

          I think this is a big problem with both “normies” and dissidents: denial of dark impulses that are inherent in the human animal. Without confronting the demon within oneself, one can never confront those who have given themselves over to those same demons. As Solzhenitsyn said, “[T]he line dividing good from evil cuts through the heart of every human being.”

          • cu.h.j says:

            No I’m not joking. That does not sound fulfilling to me, for me to force someone into doing something they do not want to do. Consent is important to me, on my part and the other party.

            The dark impulses in myself would be revenge, harming those who seek to destroy freedom and enslave. That is my dark side. I know myself FC, quite well actually.

            • Fact Checker says:

              “The dark impulses in myself would be revenge, harming those who seek to destroy freedom and enslave. That is my dark side.”

              Dishonest. Self-serving. Pollyanna childishness.

              “Consent is important to me…”

              Okay, that’s fine. You have limits and boundaries. But you started by saying, “I just don’t get why that would lead to fulfillment for anyone.” Pretending you can’t even imagine giving into dark impulses is going too far, and it is to your detriment to engage in such self-deception. Only by putting yourself in the mindset of the Predator Class can you prepare yourself for what they are going to do. Only then can you decide how to prepare or act.

              Don’t be blinded by the aspirational self-evaluations that you tell yourself.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Regarding
      “Why do they want every person on the planet to take this injection?”

      Via James Evan Pilato – Media Monarchy TWITTER
      (30 second video)(Americas Frontline Doctors speaking)
      https://twitter.com/drsimonegold/status/1420077529415786498

      “We say to…
      What are you doing and Why?!
      What is really behind this?
      Why are you trying so hard to put this in people?!

      “We’ve never seen such an unprecedented marketing effort, collusion, coercion, duress, and the absolute forcing of people to do something they do not want to do.

      It’s egregious. And someone has to step up and say NO MORE!”

  22. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Regarding the REAL Disinformation Dozen…

    For me, Tony Fauci is a major crimal psychopath who is culpable for the death and destruction of millions of lives. He is incapable of remorse.

    Via Brock West TWITTER, a Luke Rudkowski 2 minute VIDEO demonstrating how Fauci lies…
    https://twitter.com/Lukewearechange/status/1420064954443501568

  23. HomeRemedySupply says:

    On July 15th, after watching ”Teaching Children About Liberty – #SolutionsWatch” https://www.corbettreport.com/teaching-children-about-liberty-solutionswatch/ , I ordered two sets of “The Tuttle Twins“ to have them delivered to my son’s family.
    Finally, they shipped on Tuesday, the 27th.

    Because the family lives at the back end of 25 acres, I sent a text to my son’s wife:
    ”Expect 2 sets of kids’ books via the Postal service around Thursday. They shipped from Utah today. I figure that you might want to gift a set to another family.
    The books teach kids how to be transgender, feel bad for not being Black with Critical Race Theory, and how to shape America towards Communist ideals and Nazi style gubberment mandates, all with interesting stories.”

    A few minutes later she responds, “Oh Perfect!”

    Just to be clear, there is no racial prejudice in my offspring’s family. It is a whole mix of German, Cherokee, Hispanic, Philippine, and gawd-knows-what-else. We all have very good friends and work associates who are African-American.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      On July 20th, Corbett Report Member bleak asked if I lived in Highland Park. In my often jabber-way, I told tidbits of past Anecdotes concerning the area.
      https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-with-a-coma-victim/#comment-113560
      For those unfamiliar, upscale Park Cities consists of Highland Park, plus University Park, home to the George W. Bush Presidential Center and SMU. …with residents enjoying a median household income above $200,000 and Highland Park ranking in the 10 wealthiest communities in America back in 2018.

      On July 26th, Zero Hedge had this article:
      BLM Group Demands White Parents ‘Pledge’ Not To Send Their Kids To Ivy League Schools So Black Students Can Attend Instead
      ~~WWW zerohedge.com/political/blm-group-demands-white-parents-pledge-not-send-their-kids-ivy-league-schools-so-black

      EXCERPTS
      A Texas Black Lives Matter group called Dallas Justice Now (DJN) has sent a letter to white Democrats in two wealthy Texas neighborhoods demanding that white parents pledge not to let their kids attend Ivy League schools so that black students can attend instead.

      “We are writing to you because we understand you are white and live within the Highland Park Independent School District and thus benefit from enormous privileges taken at the expense of communities of color,” the letter begins.

      “You live in the whitest and wealthiest neighborhood in Dallas. Whether you know it or not, you earned or inherited your money through oppressing people of color. However, it is also our understanding that you are a Democrat and supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement which makes you one of our white allies and puts you in a position to help correct these cruel injustices. We need you to step up and back up your words with action and truly sacrifice to make our segregated city more just.”
      “We are asking you to pledge that your children will not apply or attend any Ivy League School or US News & World Report Top 50 School.”

      For those without children under the age of 18, the letter asks white Democrats to “hold your white privileged friends, family, and neighbors with children to this standard,” as “These schools have afforded white families privilege for generations.”

      …The group has threatened on their website to publicly doxx white people who haven’t signed the pledge.
      “Many wealthy white folks including those who live in the 95% white Park Cities think they are allies because they put up a Black Lives Matter sign or parade black people like animals at their charity galas that somehow they aren’t part of the problem,” DJN spokeswoman and founder, Michele Washington, told Dallas City Wire….

  24. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I’ll be wondering what happens at Google’s “Human Resources” department three years from now…130,000 employees and tens of thousands contractors.

    Wednesday July 28, 2021 – Associated Press
    Google delays return to office, mandates vaccines
    https://archive.is/unJrT

    EXCERPTS
    AN RAMON, Calif. (AP) — Google is postponing a return to the office for most workers until mid-October and rolling out a policy that will eventually require everyone to be vaccinated once its sprawling campuses are fully reopened.
    The announcement Wednesday came as the more highly contagious delta variant is driving a dramatic spike in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.

    In an email sent to Google’s more than 130,000 employees worldwide, CEO Sundar Pichai said the company is now aiming to have most of its workforce back to its offices beginning Oct. 18 instead of its previous target date of Sept. 1.
    The decision also affects tens of thousands of contractors who Google intends to continue to pay while access to its campuses remains limited…

    …And Pichai disclosed that once offices are fully reopened, everyone working there will have to be vaccinated. The requirement will be first imposed at Google’s Mountain View, California, headquarters and other U.S. offices, before being extended to the more than 40 other countries where Google operates…

    …Less that 10% of employers have said they intend to require all employees to be vaccinated, based on periodic surveys by the research firm Gartner.
    While other major technology companies may follow suit now that Google has taken its stand on vaccines, employers in other industries still may be reluctant, predicted Brian Kopp, chief of research for Gartner’s human resources practice.
    “Google is seen as being such a different kind of company that I think it’s going to take one or two more big employers to do something similar in terms of becoming a game changer,” Kopp said….
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    On another note:
    Earnings with many Wall Street companies for the 2nd Quarter has been coming out this week.
    Google’s YouTube saw ad revenue jump last quarter, passing $7 billion from $3.8 billion a year ago. The video giant’s parent Alphabet saw overall sales surge during second-quarter 2021 to nearly $62 billion from $38 billion, beating Wall Street expectations across the board…

    …Subscription services YouTube Premium and YouTube TV as well as in-app purchases, digital content products and hardware like Fitbit are grouped in a sector called “Other” within Google Services. That saw revenue rise to $6.5 billion last quarter from $4.4 billion the year earlier; the company doesn’t break out the components and it’s really hard to get any color.
    ~~WWW deadline.com/2021/07/googles-youtube-q2-ad-sales-7-billion-earnings-1234800841/

    • mkey says:

      I guess we’ll get to see the man-up rate at google. Damn sure it’s going to be nowhere near the “vaccinatiom” rate. People like that gravy.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I think the government is lying about how many people are “vaccinated”. I think that the numbers are lower than they have said.

      But there has been an increased pressure for employees of various sectors to be “vaccinated”.

      At my work we have this creepy guy from pharmacy come around with extra vaccines asking if anyone needs the “vaccine”. I avoid this person whenever I see him.

      The hate directed at so called “anti vaxxers” is intensifying. I think that I will need a lawyer very soon. It’s hard to get one prior to having a problem though. I have tried to keep my head down thus far, just a little longer to make the money I need to escape this shit hole state.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thursday July 29, 2021 – YahooMoney
      Here are the companies requiring proof of vaccination from employees
      https://archive.is/c2QBC

      EXCERPTS
      Some of corporate America are drawing hard lines on Covid-19 vaccination when workers return to the office — led this week by Big Tech.

      Facebook and Google this week announced U.S.-based staffers must provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination, while Twitter confirmed to Forbes that it requires in-person employees to prove their vaccination status after the company closed its headquarters and delayed its reopening plans.

      Restaurateur and Union Square Hospitality Group CEO Danny Meyer announced on Thursday that not only employees but patrons who wish to dine indoors at the group’s full-service restaurants in New York City and Washington, D.C., will be required to show proof of vaccination beginning September 7…
      …For now, the company isn’t requiring mandatory vaccinations for its Shake Shack locations since the fast-food chain falls outside of the latest decree…

      …Short of mandates, companies and organizations alike are also offering cash incentives and on-site vaccinations to help ramp up vaccinations among their workers. Others have warned of penalties for staying unvaccinated, like the National Football League which is fining unvaccinated athletes nearly $15,000 for every pandemic safety measure infraction.

      Here’s a list of companies requiring vaccination, incentivizing vaccination, or providing on-site vaccines in the U.S.
      Requiring a vaccinated workforce
      ~~ San Francisco Bay Area Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula
      ~~ Delta Air Lines and United Airlines are requiring new hires to be vaccinated
      ~~ Michelin-starred New York City restaurant Eleven Madison Park
      ~~ The Broadway production of Hamilton
      ~~ Houston Methodist Hospital network
      ~~ Lastique International Corp., a raw plastics distributor and recycler in Louisville, Kentucky
      ~~ New York City department store Saks
      ~~ Senior assisted living facilities Sunrise Senior Living, Enlivant, and IntegraCare
      ~~ Facebook employees at U.S. campuses
      ~~ U.S.-based Google employees
      ~~ Employees of The Washington Post
      ~~ New York City-based Morgan Stanley employees
      ~~ CNN employees
      ~~ Chicago-based Fifty/50 Restaurant Group
      ~~ Le Bernardin, a Michelin-starred New York City restaurant

      (…continuing…)

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        (…continued…)

        ~~ Twitter
        ~~ Asset manager BlackRock
        ~~ All office-based employees of Lyft
        ~~ Private healthcare network Ascension Health
        ~~ Cast and crew of U.S. Netflix productions
        ~~ San Francisco city employees
        ~~ Real estate firm, the Durst Corporation, is requiring all employees to be vaccinated or they will face termination.
        ~~ Investment bank Jeffries Financial Group
        ~~ Corporate and management-level staff of Walmart must be vaccinated by October 4
        ~~ Norweigan Cruise Lines crew
        ~~ Employees and crew members at all U.S.-based Disney parks

        Incentivizing vaccinations
        ~~ Discount grocery chain ALDI is offering its hourly employees up to four hours of paid time off for both doses of the vaccine. Salaried workers will get their hours adjusted to accommodate vaccination appointments.
        ~~ New hires in Amazon warehouses can earn a $100 bonus on their first day for showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
        ~~ Amtrak is offering employees a bonus equivalent to two hours of pay upon providing proof of vaccination plus excused absences for vaccination appointments during work hours.
        ~~ Vaccinated employees of American Airlines will get an additional paid vacation day in 2022 and a $50 bonus.
        ~~ Bolthouse Farms, the maker of juices and dressings, is offering its employees a $500 bonus if they get vaccinated at one of the company’s on-site clinics or can show proof of vaccination.
        ~~ Yogurt and dairy product maker Chobani will cover up to six hours of time for hourly employees to get vaccinated.
        ~~ Darden Restaurants, the hospitality group behind well-known restaurants like Olive Garden and LongHorn Steakhouse, is offering hourly employees four hours of pay to cover both doses of the vaccine.
        ~~ Discount retailer Dollar General is offering its hourly workers a one-time stipend equivalent to four hours of work to get vaccinated. Salaried employees will receive scheduling accommodations for vaccination appointments.
        ~~ Grocery delivery service Instacart is giving a $25 stipend to both in-store employees and independent contractors who have made at least five deliveries in a month.
        ~~ JBS USA and Pilgrim’s, the meat-processing plant, is offering its employees a $100 bonus for receiving the COVID-19 vaccination.

        (…continuing…)

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          (…continued…)

          ~~ Kroger, the nation’s largest supermarket chain is offering its employees a $100 bonus with proof of inoculation, and essential and frontline staffers will receive a $100 store credit and 1,000 fuel points. Those who can’t receive the vaccination for medical or religious reasons are still eligible for the $100 so long as they complete an educational course.
          ~~ The Mid-Atlantic and Southeast supermarket chain Lidl is offering its employees a $200 bonus for receiving the COVID-19 vaccination and scheduling flexibility for vaccination appointments.
          ~~ Employees of both McDonald’s corporate offices and restaurants of the fast-food giant will receive up to four hours of paid time off to get vaccinated.
          ~~ Southeastern grocer Publix is giving its employees $125 gift cards when providing proof of vaccination.
          ~~ Starbucks employees will receive up to four hours of paid time for vaccine dosage appointments.
          ~~ Target is offering hourly employees up to four hours of paid time off per vaccine dosage and will reimburse up to $30 roundtrip for using a Lyft to their vaccination appointments.
          ~~ Trader Joe’s is giving its workers an additional two hours of pay for each dose they receive and the freedom to adjust their schedules to accommodate vaccine appointments.
          ~~ Small businesses generally don’t have the resources to fund costly company-wide inoculation clinics or issue vaccination bonuses. As an incentive, the IRS is offering businesses and nonprofits with fewer than 500 employees a refundable tax credit to offset time used by employees to receive or recover from vaccinations and reimburse for paid sick and family leave for employees due to COVID-19.

          Providing at-work inoculations
          ~~ Amazon is providing on-site vaccination for its U.S. front-line employees
          ~~ Bolthouse Farms
          ~~ Last month, Houston’s Legacy Restaurants hosted a two-day vaccine pop-up for employees and their spouses
          ~~ MGM Resorts has opened a vaccination clinic at the Mandalay Bay resort
          ~~ Los Angeles County has a mobile vaccine unit for the city’s essential workers
          ~~ Vivint, a Utah-based home security company

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Thursday July 29th – Zero Hedge
            Rewarding The Hesitant: Biden Calls On States To Bribe Vaccine Holdouts With $100 Incentive
            https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/rewarding-hesitant-biden-calls-states-bribe-vaccine-holdouts-100-incentive
            EXCERPTS
            Hesitant to take the vaccine but really need $100 right now? President Biden may have just the answer.

            On Thursday, Biden called on state and local governments to tap into the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan to offer $100 payments to people who take the COVID-19 vaccine – which, as we’ve come to learn, doesn’t prevent one from contracting, transmitting, or suffering from the virus – and may even drive infections…

            …According to The Hill, Biden is set to deliver Thursday afternoon remarks on his vaccination strategy, where he will announce that federal employees will be ordered to get the jab….

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Friday July 30th – Zero Hedge
            Biden Mandates All Federal Workers Must Be Vaccinated… Except Postal Workers
            https://www.zerohedge.com/political/american-postal-workers-union-opposes-mandatory-vaccinations-time
            EXCERPTS
            …And now he has gone to ’11’ on the ‘your body, no choice’ amplifier, saying tonight that he’ll require federal workers to prove they’ve been vaccinated against Covid-19 or wear masks and submit to frequent coronavirus testing.

            Additionally, the rules will cover millions of federal workers, including the military and on-site contractors.

            “What I’m trying to do is keep people safe,” Biden said Thursday at the White House.
            “If in fact you’re unvaccinated, you present a problem to yourself, to your family and to those with whom you work.”

            Biden also asked his team to take steps to apply similar standards to all federal contractors and encourage private sector employers to follow the same approach….

            [Article continues and cites a previous article regarding Postal Workers.]

            • Steve Smith says:

              I believe that they are going to be surprised by how poorly their plan is going to work out. There will be a tremendous amount of non compliance and pushback.
              Unfortunately there will probably also be a lot of death and injury in the masses that can’t, won’t or are too afraid to refuse.

              But here’s the thing. If a dummy like me knows that it’s going to be a colossal cluster pluck, the monsters orchestrating this certainly do too.
              So there must be another reason that its happening like this. They must know approximately how many will comply and how many will fight to the death.

              I don’t deny the sadistic potential of concentrated power. Government, business or the allegedly philanthropic. But I have to wonder why do it like this? If they just want to reduce the population, they could do something that is a little less ridiculous. Like using DEW’s to destroy entire towns or something.
              I would think that a sadistic monster would want to stretch out the extermination experience for maximum enjoyment.

              My point is. None of this makes sense. Nothing about how they are trying to pull it off or even why they are trying to pull it off that way. They will lose great numbers too. I think that they know something that we don’t.

              • mkey says:

                Oh, they know a lot that we do not. I think the point of this play is that the more ridiculous this situation gets, the more militant the people who are already on board will become, because they are already pushing it really hard to keep up with the appearances.

                When the tension ramps up to conceivable maximum, I believe these people will ache for an enemy to defeat and deliver them from the personal hellhole that is their mind.

                You can guess who this enemy is going to be. Those filthy disease spreaders, those becouse of whom the poor vaccine takers had to take the nteenth shot.

  25. SuperMom Belle says:

    Linked from US grassroots group, Millions Against Medical Mandates (mamm .org), here’s another interesting (some overlapping) perspective of the “Real Disinformation Dirty Dozen: https://www.dis-informationdozen.com/

  26. HomeRemedySupply says:

    A Maryland Nurse describes “a lot of patients being injured” from the vaccines.
    (2 minutes)
    https://twitter.com/RWMaloneMD/status/1420429786527240194

  27. flammable says:

    Ex-Pfizer confirms use of Graphene Oxide.
    This sounds pretty convincing but I am still wary about this topic.

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/ttFdOCiA188Y/

  28. HomeRemedySupply says:

    AUSTRALIAN POLICE BLOW WHISTLE ON CV-19 FRAUD
    ( 2 minutes – Attorney reporting 2 crimes and presenting a 6 page letter with 70 whistleblowers from the New South Wales Police.)
    https://twitter.com/VerumBellator1/status/1419017896764874755

    (H/t Hanky)

  29. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Via Broc West ReTweet of Robert W Malone, MD who points out this article in the MainStreamMedia…

    Opinion at the Wall Street Journal – July 28, 2021

    Why Is the FDA Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug?
    Ivermectin is a promising Covid treatment and prophylaxis, but the agency is denigrating it.

    by David R. Henderson and Charles L. Hooper
    https://archive.is/jZm21

    EXCERPTS
    The Food and Drug Administration claims to follow the science. So why is it attacking ivermectin, a medication it certified in 1996?

    Earlier this year the agency put out a special warning that “you should not use ivermectin to treat or prevent COVID-19.” The FDA’s statement included words and phrases such as “serious harm,” “hospitalized,” “dangerous,” “very dangerous,” “seizures,” “coma and even death” and “highly toxic.” Any reader would think the FDA was warning against poison pills. In fact, the drug is FDA-approved as a safe and effective antiparasitic.

    Ivermectin was developed and marketed by Merck & Co. while one of us (Mr. Hooper) worked there years ago. William C. Campbell and Satoshi Omura won the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine for discovering and developing avermectin, which Mr. Campbell and associates modified to create ivermectin.

    Ivermectin is on the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines. Merck has donated four billion doses to prevent river blindness and other diseases in Africa and other places where parasites are common. A group of 10 doctors who call themselves the Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance have said ivermectin is “one of the safest, low-cost, and widely available drugs in the history of medicine.”

    Ivermectin fights 21 viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, the cause of Covid-19. A single dose reduced the viral load of SARS-CoV-2 in cells by 99.8% in 24 hours and 99.98% in 48 hours, according to a June 2020 study published in the journal Antiviral Research.

    Some 70 clinical trials are evaluating the use of ivermectin for treating Covid-19. The statistically significant evidence suggests that it is safe and works for both treating and preventing the disease…

    …Instead, the FDA asserts without evidence that ivermectin is dangerous….

  30. MarSol says:

    In the linked article “How SAGE and the UK media created fear in the British public”, it says :”There seemed to be some doubt as to whether the public would comply with the upcoming measures so SAGE outlined a methodology based on known psychological behavioural modification techniques.”

    They didn’t mention what those “psychological behavioural modification techniques” are based on. Maybe based on the experiments done on mice and rats, refer to the informative ‘Mouse Utopia and The Blackest Pill – #PropagandaWatch’ by James Corbett.

  31. Arby says:

    Interesting. I can see myself using parts of this post in future poster designing. I was interested in one article that James’s there linked to, namely the Japan article about the machinations around the installation of Yoshihide Suga as PM. Neither the author, Dreux Richard, nor a single commenter, pointed out what needed to be pointed out, namely that the covid 19 pandemic is a hoax and there is no Sars CoV virus (and not just something that has led to destructive government policies). So I registered and left a comment, awaiting moderation. I’m not holding my breath. The comment follows in part 2.

  32. Arby says:

    2. the comment:

    === =
    This entire global fascist system of things is rigged to fail (and be transformed into a more brutal, biosecurity fascist system) and those who embrace the hoaxsters’ lies about a Sars CoV 2 virus, the disease (covid 19) it is said to cause and a covid 19 pandemic in fact aid and abet those hoaxsters (Klaus Schwab, Augustin Carstens, Bill Gates et al). The current system is all but gone. They are still working on the finishing touches, namely vaccine passports, central bank digital currency/Chinese-style social credit and the complete handover of citizens everywhere to the dominant (Rockefeller) medical establishment for them to feed on (like a vampire) and experiment on forever. They have the power, for now, to do that. No individual or group of individuals can stop the unelected, twisted hoasters and their servants. And, as C.J. Hopkins notes, the covid cult, unlike past cults, is not a tiny minority. It’s the majority.

    There’s two terrorist operations underway and they are intertwined. One targets the stupid (a previous catastrophe) who can be told, and made to believe, that there’s a deadly virus that’s going to destroy mankind and the other targets thinking people who don’t get their knowledge of the world, and God, from pharma-funded tv or their smart phones. Covid 1984 is a catastrophe that depended on other catastrophes for it’s success. One of those previous catastrophes was the dumbing down (via awful education, and pharma- and military-funded media) of the people, which they have allowed, to the point where they can’t think and process information. But they can be prodded and frightened into going in a certain direction (trampling over those of who can still think critically), namely one that takes them to the slaughter. Another previous catastrophe was the people’s – everywhere – allowance of electoral politics. Now, one corrupt politician (and, really, they are all gangsters), can make a rule or utter a statement, dictated by his more powerful, unelected bosses (the transnational capitalist class), and consign an entire population to hell. And so here we are, for a short while longer. When the hoaxsters and their servants are done destroying and rebuilding a new world, using the shattered bits of the old world the way a child builds with Lego pieces, then that world will in turn be destroyed by irresistible power that is not corrupt. It has to happen. Otherwise, We’re going to get Hellraiser/Alice in Wonderland for a long time and then, at some point, extinction.
    = ===

  33. Ukdavec says:

    Social Credit Systems for the West – UK Government to introduce healthy lifestyle reward app in bid to tackle obesity epidemic

    “The app, set to launch in January, will work with a point system, monitoring supermarket purchases, calorie consumption and physical activity. ”

    https://www.foodmatters.co.uk/news/government-to-introduce-healthy-lifestyle-reward-app-in-bid-to-tackle-obesity-epidemic/

    • mkey says:

      At first I read the site name as “foodmasters”. I guess I’m just in that mindset as of late.

      Nice problem, reaction, solution. Somehow the solution always requires more control, funny how that works out.

      It’s kind of a relief to see the masks finally starting to come off. Pardon the pun. True meaning and intentions bubbling up to the surface, not that anyone will notice, of course.

      Lately I have been thinking about what will all the people who got used to covid benefits do when that faucet is threatened to be closed. Currently, they are tying benefits to the “vaccination” status, strictly without any written laws, and it seems to be going nicely as people like that gravy. I know some people who are on a nice spending spree, comfortable in knowing the money is to keep coming.

      How far are they willing to go to secure more of that ex nihilo colorful paper?

  34. Mielia says:

    Just For Fun
    Science Believers Posting Ls

    already nuked

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