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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The Coronavirus (nCoV)(COVID-19)

    I am curious as to different people’s “take” regarding the Coronavirus (nCoV)(COVID-19). And health or economic or social or authoritarian control predictions/information surrounding the topic.

    Here is my last comment/backstory on the topic.

    • Oscar says:

      Basically I’m not completely sure. But I’ve been reading up for a while now and have been trying to get a handle on it. You could say one or more of the following:
      a) it’s a win/win scenario for the so-called elites: they achieve either population reduction (like the eugenicists would applaud although not something similar to the Spanish flu) OR that the Coronavirus serves as good excuse to control the population.
      b) this Corona-virus is not ‘the Big One’ or at least not yet (2022 could be the peak):
      c) it could be a biological weapon since it appears to target Chinese/Asians more than other etnicities
      d) it most probably is a good idea to prepare (indeed, check out Chris Mortenson’s work on

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I occasionally watch Chris Mortenson’s reports because he offers pretty good information, but unfortunately, he might be pro-vaccine.
        Geez! I can just see folks getting a COVID-19 vaccine, then shedding a live virus to everyone else, like we have seen with other vaccines.

        ALUMINUM, or more correctly AluminIum
        In this Chris Mortenson video “Coronavirus, the potential for a vaccine, and the cytokine storm!”, he discusses the research and bad effects of a coronavirus type vaccine.
        QUEUED video
        At around the 16:10 minute mark, he highlights how “alum” is used as an adjuvant.
        “Alum” is Aluminium.

        Taking some quotes from journalist Celeste McGovern
        …a human immunology journal describing a condition called ASIA – Autoimmune/Inflammatory Syndrome Induced by Adjuvants.
        Aluminum adjuvants used in human vaccines were known to elicit a hyperactive immune response in some people, and to set off immune system cascades that could later manifest as overt autoimmune disease. The aluminum ingredient in vaccines was connected to diseases such as encephalitis, macrophagic myofasciitis and Gulf War Illness….

        Basically, because Aluminium is toxic, the body has a very, very strong immune response to it. This is why vaccine makers use Aluminium, and why many vaccines will not pass muster if Aluminium is not used as an adjuvant. Aluminium in the blood stream tends to trick the body to fight any “foreign substance” which also might be there.
        ALLERGIES – Future allergies can be induced, because an individual who received an Aluminium tainted vaccine also had a certain food or other substance in their system.

        Anyway, that’s my ‘dime show’ about vaccines and Aluminium.

        A wealth of information about ALUMINIUM and even its DETOX can be found halfway down this webpage as you scroll down.
        Dallas For Safer Water .com /news-activism

        • Octium says:

          Probably worth saving this story locally before it gets erased. Vaccine likely to be 18 months away – IE don’t trust anyone who wants to inject you with a vaccine before then as according to the WHO it would be dangerous. Of course it is likely to be dangerous after that too!

          “Here’s why the WHO says a coronavirus vaccine is 18 months away”

          • manbearpig says:

            This article linked in Octium’s Converstion link above:

            “Outbreaks like coronavirus Start in and Spread from the Edges of Cities”


            and it reminded me of what Shiva Ayyadurai (GeneralBottleWasher’s link somewhere around here) was saying about how cellular systems function, namely that:

            “ turns out we only have the same number of genes (about 20,000) as a worm …[if the number of genes does not explain our complexity] then our DNA, our genes is not who we are… there’s more complexity, it’s all the molecular reactions going on…if you look at the cell, the red represents the cell wall and what you find here if you study biology more and more is

            all the interesting stuff is really occurring at the edges…

            meaning interactions, the virus lands on the cell wall, all the communications, the decisions; this is like the immigration border in some ways, where decisions are being made, what’s allowed in and what isn’t…”

            From The Conversation article:

            “Outbreaks like coronavirus start in and spread from the Edges of Cities”

            “…Like the SARS pandemic of 2003, the connections between accelerated urbanization, more far-reaching and faster means of transportation, and less distance between urban life and non-human nature due to continued growth at the city’s outskirts — and subsequent trans-species infection — became immediately apparent.

            The new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, first crossed the animal-human divide at a market in Wuhan, one of the largest Chinese cities and a major transportation node with national and international connections. The sprawling megacity has since been the stage for the largest quarantine in human history, and its periphery has seen the pop-up construction of two hospitals to deal with infected patients.

            To study the spread of disease today, we have to look beyond airports to the European automobile and parts industry that has taken root in central China; Chinese financed belt-and-road infrastructure across Asia, Europe and Africa; and in regional transportation hubs like Wuhan…”

            OBOR problematic? economic delocalization airports and highspeed transport dangerous? And nation states obsolete? We must think in terms of self-sustaining Nodes, hubs, megapoles and immigration walls? and of course… mandatory vaccines for “new and re-emerging diseases”…?

            Pardigm shift from the “central command and control” world view to the “multi-polar” “multi-nodal” peripheral control vision??

            nodes… cryptocurrency, biology, urbanism… the age of the node…? total rehaul of what we node before…

    • stephen11 says:

      My opinion, based off of speculation and observation of my immediate environment, after considering all sources readily available to me, is that, in America, at least, we all got sprayed with some virus while the China theater was in action.

    • Truth seeker says:

      I think there are many factors at play. has written many articles exposing this fake pandemic. There have been many other fake pandemics like SARs, swine flu, Zika, etc.
      I think the following agendas are at play.
      1. Need detention/quarantine centers to really go after political opponents. China is doing that and USA is going to quarantine people in military bases ( now foreigners)with supposedly this virus.
      2. Push mandatory vaccines. First they got to get the quarantine centers up and running first.
      3. This video shows sulphur dioxide may be causing it since those areas in china with supposedly the virus match up with high sulphur dioxide. It is high in those areas due to agenda 21 and the free trade zones where sulphur dioxide are high. Here is the link.
      There are links on her facebook page that shows satelite images of high sulphur dioxide in those areas.
      3. 5G is rolling out there. So 5G with sulphur dioxide can make many sick.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Don’t drink the KoolAid – Aghhh! Hazmat Guys spill Coronavirus on New York Subway
      VIDEO in article

      EXCERPTS except for ( ) which is my edits.
      …Two teens ‘terrified’ (tricked) a subway car full of (a few) unsuspecting – and almost unbelievably gullible – passengers on the NYC subway this past week when they dressed in fake hazmat suits and pretended to spill a container full of “coronavirus” on the floor of their car.

      The two teens, identified as Queens pranksters David Flores, 17, and Morris Cordwell, 19, according to the New York Post, sat calmly with their equipment and ominous-looking container after boarding the train. But they soon turned the chaotic hilarity up to ’11’.

      One passenger allegedly asked the boys: “Is that coronavirus”?

      They responded with thumbs up gestures and told passengers that it was coronavirus, but that they were all “good”.

      Then suddenly, one of the boys fell to the floor and spilled the red kool aid they were using as the fake ‘coronavirus.’

      (A few) passengers screamed and panicked. Fortunately, nobody was hurt….

    • J-C-B says:

      Well it certainly did the trick and stopped the protests, while simultaneously building a new prison for them with slave labor.

      How convenient…

    • Octium says:

      “The provincial health commission said last week that it would begin recognising computerised tomography (CT) scan results as confirmation of infections, allowing hospitals to isolate patients more quickly.”

      Guess we are not going to see CT scanners in Airports that soon but I can see where scanning technology is going to be headed.

    • If you were here for H1N1 (“Swine Flu”), you already know what this is:
      An MSM illusion created to instill the fear needed to push “vaccines” and more police state expansion (in the name of protection against pandemic).

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The Coronavirus and Community Reactions – Jennifer Zeng Twitter Feed
      A banner somewhere in China says:
      “We’ll break you legs if you dare go out;
      We’ll knock your teeth off if you dare talk back.”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      February 13, 2020
      Zero Hedge
      “Maybe This Was Man Made” – CNBC Questions Coronavirus Origins
      but ZeroHedge Remains Banned On Twitter

      For those that don’t know, Twitter banned “Zero Hedge” about a week or so ago, because they ran a story about Dr. Peng Zhou, one of China’s top virology and immunology experts who works at China’s top-rated biohazard lab. His specialty: “bat viruses”. The “Dr. Peng Zhou” article is very revealing and is linked in the above article.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The Coronavirus – Vietnam
      Vietnam Puts Area With 10,000 Residents Under Coronavirus Quarantine

      …According to the Bangkok Post, villages in Vietnam with 10,000 people close to the nation’s capital were placed under quarantine on Thursday after six cases of the deadly new coronavirus were discovered there, authorities said.

      The locking down of the commune of Son Loi, about 40 kilometres from Hanoi, is the first mass quarantine outside of China since the virus emerged from Wuhan.

      “As of February 13, 2020, we will urgently implement the task of isolation and quarantine of the epidemic area in Son Loi commune,” said a health ministry statement. “The timeline… is for 20 days”.

      The health ministry previously said five people in Son Loi – which is a farming region made up of several villages – had been infected with the virus, and on Thursday reported a sixth case. At that time, checkpoints were set up around the commune, in Binh Xuyen, a district on the outskirts of Son Loi, according to AFP reporters .

      Health officials wearing protective suits sprayed disinfectant on vehicles by the checkpoints.

      Even ahead of the quarantine, local resident Tran Van Minh told AFP that authorities had already advised residents to avoid large gatherings. “Life has been badly affected,” he told AFP by phone, adding that much of the labor force is reliant on jobs in construction and house painting.

      “Now we cannot get out and even if we do, clients don’t welcome us that much as before.”…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Hat Tip to illbnice2u2 who mentioned Del Bigtree at Anarchapulco and provides a video.
      (Scroll below on this Open Thread)

      February 14, 2020 – The Coronavirus (nCoV)(COVID-19)

      Del Bigtree provides an update at Anarchapulco with James Lyons-Weiler. The update gives us insight on an international, open source, science based investigation into the makeup of COVID-19.
      This is well worth watching.
      QUEUED video

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        On February 13, 2020, I ran across this article from Quartz Africa…

        Scientists say the pangolin endangered by Chinese smuggling may have passed the coronavirus to humans

        Before now news stories about pangolins, endangered ant-eating scaly mammals found in West and Central Africa and Asia, have focused on how China’s insatiable thirst for their meat and scales has led to a rapid decline in its global population.

        The recent news linking the animal to China may change this trend as pangolins have been reported to have likely transmitted to humans the novel coronavirus that has caused the death of over 1,300 people in mainland China.

        The pangolin was reported to be the most likely intermediate host from which humans contracted the novel coronavirus. The pangolin-vector claim was made public on Feb. 7 by researchers at South China Agricultural University who said they found the genome sequence of the coronavirus separated from pangolins to be 99% identical to that collected from infected people…

        …However, the study has not been published and so has not gone through the usual peer review for verification. The report is also inconclusive and at the moment is only viewed as a suggestion.

        Though coronavirus researchers are waiting for the publication of the research before they can come to any significant conclusions, this is not the first time the pangolin has been reported as a possible source of human coronavirus infection. In October, before the coronavirus epidemic, Chinese researchers reported that a coronavirus was found in pangolins and that it may be capable of crossing over into other mammals….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Here is a February 12, 2020 article by James Lyons-Weiler.
        CLEAR EVIDENCE it is NOT a Bioweapon. So What’s All This About ACE2 and nCoV-2019 (COVID-2019)?

        (It is a bit above my pay grade.)

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          February 16, 2020
          James Lyons-Weiler:
          Why Is the Mortality Rate So Low Outside of China?

          …The current mortality rate outside of China is very low, I estimate around 0.005%, compared to the 2.3% rate in China. Most if not all of the deaths outside of China have involved Chinese citizens who have traveled abroad.

          Current hypotheses include that a covert SARS vaccination program was included in the national mandatory vaccination program started on Dec 1, 2019 that happened to involve a secondary true outbreak of Coronavirus with secondary exposure…

          … Another possibility is that a vaccine used by the Chinese has weakened their response to an otherwise mild coronavirus infection. SARS 2 binding to ACE2 is weaker. Thimerosal (mercury) inhibits ERAP1. Vaccination with aluminum hydroxide containing vaccines might induce autoimmunity in the lungs. All of these factors could play a role in making vaccinated individuals more susceptible.

          A third possibility is that people in that geographic region who had prior SARS infections might be less able to fight off SARS 2 simply due to original antigenic sin from infection. Toronto, Canada, take note….

    • weilunion says:

      Taking into consideration the Corona Virus, can you tell us what you know about Unit 731, the Japanese biological warfare unit that gassed the Chinese and allied POWS and conducted experiments on them? The Unit was moved to Fort Dietrich, USA.

      Can you tell us what you might know about Yamashita’s Gold or The Golden Lilly and the loot taken from Japan,buried in the Phillipines and then stolen by Marcos and the US?

      Do you have any judgments or opinions about the death of Iris Chang near the Bay Area?

      Can you tell us anything about the M Fund or the Eagle Fund that came out of the Golden Lilly loot?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I want to encourage folks to go to my link at the top of this “Open Source” thread:

      At the link – Keywords – Derrick Broze, Event 201 simulation, agendas, ? biowarfare Lab created ? , Dr. Francis Boyle Creator Of BioWeapons Act, Analytics Professor Neil Ferguson, Chris Martenson, bats, and more.
      Derrick Broze gives a great overview.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      February 14, 2019
      Zero Hedge
      Smoking Gun? Chinese Scientist Finds “Killer Coronavirus Probably Originated From A Laboratory In Wuhan”
      (source links in article)

      …One week after the White House asked scientists to finally investigate whether the Covid-19 virus was bio-engineered (i.e., created in a lab), none other than CNBC jumped on the bandwagon and echoing a similar question by Senator Tom Cotton – and of course, Zero Hedge – said “maybe the coronavirus was man made.”…

      …(From the “harvard2theBigHouse link)
      – Early research found that 2019-nCoV targets the ACE2 receptor, which is found in East Asians at roughly five-times the rate of other global populations, indicating that the Wuhan Strain 2019-nCoV was likely developed as part of a gain-of-function defensive project possibly linked to immunotherapy or vaccinations – never meant to leave the lab,…

      …(preprint Abstract of “Possible Origins” Study by Xiao)
      – Two descriptions of the virus published on Nature this week indicated that the genome sequences from patients were 88-96% identical to the Bat CoV ZC45 coronavirus.
      An article published on The Lancet reported that 27 of 41 infected patients were found to have contact with the Huanan Seafood Market in Wuhan.
      We noted two laboratories conducting research on bat coronavirus in Wuhan, one of which was only 280 meters from the seafood market. We briefly examined the histories of the laboratories and proposed that the coronavirus probably originated from a laboratory…(concluding)…In summary, somebody was entangled with the evolution of 2019-nCoV coronavirus. In addition to origins of natural recombination and intermediate host, the killer coronavirus probably originated from a laboratory in Wuhan…

      Wuhan Center for Disease Control & Prevention (WHCDC)
      (280 meters from the market)
      (Bats, lots of bats, are discussed, because bats can carry viruses but still remain alive. The SARS Coronavirus was linked to bats.)
      (A nearby hospital, the market, poor control measures at the lab, lab refuse exposure, etc. are discussed.)
      ~~~~ ~~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~
      Dr. Peng Zhou, one of China’s top virology and immunology experts who works at China’s top-rated biohazard lab. His specialty: “bat viruses”.
      The “Dr. Peng Zhou” article is very revealing and is linked in the article in another comment above, entitled:
      “Maybe This Was Man Made” – CNBC Questions Coronavirus Origins
      but ZeroHedge Remains Banned On Twitter

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      (11 minutes)

      I highly recommend watching this video and also looking at Jennifer Zeng’s TWITTER feed.

      I will say it again.
      While I don’t like seeing people fall ill or die;
      and nor am I obsessed on whether this is a lab created virus or biowarfare agent or some naturally developed viral agent;
      what really, really concerns me is how Authorities can use a crisis.

      Watch some of these videos.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      (My note: From the videos and articles, I have noticed that Chinese national control mandates don’t always flow down to a regional or local level. Localities tend to enforce their own concepts.
      However, the propaganda public mindset seems ubiquitous.
      e.g. President Xi Jingping tells people to go back to work, but that doesn’t play out smoothly.)

      February 16, 2020
      GLOBAL TIMES (THE Chinese Newspaper)
      Smart city projects help China contain coronavirus
      Chinese cities use apps and big data to help administrate residents during coronavirus outbreak

      …In just two days, 2.2 million citizens in Suizhou have registered their health condition. All they need to do is click on their phones and upload their information.

      Suizhou and Alibaba have been working together to develop a “digital prevention system,” which is realized through apps such as DingTalk or Alipay. People can sign up with their health conditions, report about possible infections, submit online inquiries and follow epidemic news.

      The new registration method not only shortened the process, but reduced the possibility of government employees getting infected…

      …As early as in 2015, Suizhou integrated smart city building into its key projects, according to a local news website. The smart city is based on aspects such as cloud computing, the internet of things, mobile internet and big data, covering livelihood, environment, public security, urban service and business…

      …In the wake of this epidemic, digital tools involving big data and AI are employed to help disease prevention and control.

      Since the outbreak, passengers have to fill out personal information including their name, ID number, and address for tracing and protecting people who have had contact with those infected…

      … Rumors to refute

      “Can flies transmit the novel coronavirus? Is the novel coronavirus a genetic weapon against the Asians?”

      He’s lab has been working on dispelling rumors based on big data and published articles on the WeChat public account since 2016.

      The lab, working with China internet giant Tencent, judge whether to refute the rumor based on the propagation of the rumor and the degree of malevolent influence it has among the public. There is a large database of rumors in the lab, and new rumors will be put into the database for comparison. There is no need to refute similar and frequent rumors, which have constantly been refuted by the media, He said….

      • manbearpig says:

        Smart tech helping manage coronavirus… no further comment.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          VIDEO CLIP – A rare glimpse of how #CCP’s internet police monitoring everything you are doing!

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            Homey, that reminds me of the casino life . The brazen and most audacious of bad actors cared little for the eye in the sky. They knew as well as we did the bluff of authority to control bad behavior was non existent. It would take weeks to compile a report and catch a thief. That would only happen if the thief returned to the scene a dozen times. All authority could manage was to get lucky. The facial recognition was there but poor and depended on mobilizing the troops to catch the crook phyically?
            Do they have a faster response time in China, are their more officers all over the place getting real time data?
            I would think the punishment threat was real if you got caught, like in becoming a lab rat for the state where we just showed the crook the door and said dont come back. The facial recognition still only got em 1 out of a hundred times. Floor walkers with a memory got many more than AI.
            I suppose a million chaps on a million screens could monitor 10 million people but still thats not a high rate of return. A bluff. Probably death if caught. Crime. Likely will congeal.

            • generalbottlewasher says:

              I have to wonder if like the casino brass the Chinese brass are not interested in curing the theft or abhorrent behavior of the criminal class. Just let it run to accomplish the ultimate goal. The casino rarely ever issued a life ban. That hardly ever happened. The harassing of gamblers was suppressed because you never turn a mark away from the take. The ones you denied gambled with veracity. We showed them the door when they were broke and before they started to prey on the other marks. Is China doing the same for a bigger agenda. I’m suspecting so.
              The 5g info fits in there on one side of the equation. Thats some good finds and very informative.

              All is frequency and going back to Royal Rife’s work, Poppy Nazi Crum and Neo-life, Candlelight s 5g find, the future seems to be a test for rewards or punishment unknown since the slave trades of 1600s.
              All done in vivo by frequency manipulation at a distance. Once the infrastructures in and the tests begin there is no going back to Africa to a native life.
              Yeah this needs attention down on the square . In to action. The slavers are off the coast in sheep’s clothing and the children are on the beach laying flower pedals down for their future enslavement. Its always up to the elders to protect. This really sucks.

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Like James said while talking to Brose , paraphrased ‘ look at those terrible Chinese and what they are doing, wait maybe tthere’s something we could use?
                If that is really how power gels than I remember the solution Mkey offered up a year or so ago. Again I paraphrase his suggestion.’ they put em up we smash them in place’. Sorry I can’t find it it was really quite brilliant.
                On Rife and frequently he was using a range from 100k hertz to 800k hertz to either start or stop the virus growth.
                Tesla also experimented with psyhco active frequency in his lab in Colorado Springs. Highs and low feelings caused by certain frequencies.
                Why wouldn’t Dr. strangelove use it for a weapon against the throng.
                How many hairs must we split before American exceptualism kicks in? James told Brose of his view of the Empire. Existentially are we the empire. Or a small sick cancer is the Empire. Can the throng mobilize? Thats the question.
                These kinda Mondays go against all my resent programming and stir the emotions of the past.

          • manbearpig says:

            Hey HRS! Thanks for the link!
            Good pretext for posting the fruits of my wandering lunchbreak (better than just sending it to myself by email):

            Radiofrequency radiation in the frequency range 30 kHz-300 GHz was evaluated to be Group 2B, i.e. ‘possibly’ carcinogenic to humans, by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) at WHO in May 2011. Among the evaluated devices were mobile and cordless phones, since they emit radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF). In addition to the brain, another organ, the thyroid gland, also receives high exposure. The incidence of thyroid cancer is increasing in many countries, especially the papillary type that is the most radiosensitive type.



            In summary this register based study showed increasing rates of tumors of unknown type in CNS (D43) with higher rate during 2007–2015. AAPS increased especially in the age group 20–39 years at diagnosis. This may be explained by higher risk for brain tumor in subjects with first use of a wireless phone before the age of 20 years taking a reasonable latency period. Our results indicate underreporting of brain tumor cases in the Cancer Register which undermines a valid evaluation of trends. Incidence trends based on the Cancer Register should be used with caution. However, in spite of the underreporting the age-standardized incidence rate of brain tumors, ICD-7 code 193.0, increased during 1998–2015 in both genders, statistically significant in men.


            to be contd:

            • manbearpig says:

              lunchbreak wandering cont’d:

              “Since the early 1990s, brain, other CNS and intracranial tumours incidence rates have increased by more than a third (36%) in the UK. Rates in females have increased by almost half (47%) and rates in males have increased by a quarter (25%).
              Brain tumours in England are less common in females living in the most deprived areas. There is no association for males.

              We Have No Reason to Believe 5G Is Safe
              The technology is coming, but contrary to what some people say, there could be health risks

              By Joel M. Moskowitz on October 17, 2019

              “Numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organisms at levels well below most international and national guidelines. Effects include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being in humans. Damage goes well beyond the human race, as there is growing evidence of harmful effects to both plant and animal life.”
              The scientists who signed this appeal arguably constitute the majority of experts on the effects of nonionizing radiation. They have published more than 2,000 papers and letters on EMF in professional journals.

              Joel M. Moskowitz, PhD, is director of the Center for Family and Community Health in the School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley. He has been translating and disseminating the research on wireless radiation health effects since 2009 after he and his colleagues published a review paper that found long-term cell phone users were at greater risk of brain tumors…”



        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Hat Tip to Candlelight for this video.
          (See his post on this “Anarchapulco 2020 Open Thread” further below.)

          Well worth watching.
          Hughie Rose TV Channel
          (10 minutes)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Chinese Military Official talks about Genetically Created Supervirus Weapon
      QUEUED VIDEO (a few minutes)

      Currently there is no solid evidence nor conclusions over the virus’ origin. Nonetheless, a comment by China’s former military scientist is sparking heated discussions.
      A former official at China’s military hospital #302 talks about the possibility of using gene editing to create a supervirus.
      He says, “If we use gene editing and transform these bacteria and viruses, then we will be able to produce a more widespread and lethal supervirus or superbug. Then for this supervirus and superbug, its killing capacity is similar to atomic and hydrogen bombs….”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      COVID-19 and The Global Economy
      Most of us know that with the Fed’s “Not QE”, the U.S. stock market just keeps going up and up and up, despite terrible fundamentals.
      (See Corbett’s October article “Everything (g)Old is New Again: What QE4 Means For You”)
      However, recently oil and some commodities have declined in response to China’s situation.
      International markets are getting nervous. We are seeing the DXY (dollar index) surpass 99. This is an indication that international money is flowing into U.S. Treasuries as a safe place to park some dough.

      The following February 16th news article from the Chinese newspaper, Global Times, may have an impact on global markets.

      Chinese Finance Minister Liu Kun sent a clear signal that China would not stimulate the economy by rolling out another massive monetary stimulus.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I should have paid better attention to my mentor when he said,
        “They speak with forked tongue, Kemosabe”.

        As it turns out, despite what the Chinese Finance Minister said about “no monetary stimulus”, on the following day, the Chinese Central Bank again does a monetary stimulus.
        With the US closed for president’s day (Monday 17th), the attention was on China, where both cases and deaths linked to the Coronavirus hit a new all time high of over 70,000 and 1,775 respectively. The yuan climbed after China cut rates and added medium-term funding to banks to cushion the impact of a virus outbreak; specifically, the People’s Bank of China offered 200 billion yuan ($29 billion) of one-year medium-term loans on Monday. The rate was lowered by 10 basis points to 3.15%

        As a result of the latest burst of monetary stimulus (which came at a time when the finance ministry warned that China would have to pursue austerity on the fiscal side), the Shanghai Composite soared almost 2.3% while gains in China’s CSI 300 Index have recouped all losses since trading resumed after the Lunar New Year break, after the central bank unveiled plans to reduce corporate taxes and fees….

        from Feb 17, 2020
        China Stocks Surge, S&P Futs Hit All Time High On Latest Chinese Monetary Stimulus

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        The Federal Reserve – Repo Madness
        (See Corbett’s “Everything (g)Old is New Again: What QE4 Means For You”))

        U.S. stocks have hardly blinked in the last few months.
        GRAPH Image

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          The Fed’s Balance Sheet – Throwing out money in “Not QE”
          GRAPH Image

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            I gotta remember my mentor’s words with this next article,
            “They speak with forked tongue, Kemosabe”.

            Feb 13, 2020
            Fed to Withdraw More Liquidity Than Expected Amid Funding Calm

            …The central bank on Thursday announced a new schedule for both overnight and 14-day term repo operations through March 12. Starting next week, the term offerings will drop by $5 billion, to a maximum of $25 billion, and those starting March 3 will shrink again, to a maximum of $20 billion. The bank’s daily overnight operations, meanwhile, will drop by $20 billion, to a limit of $100 billion.

            This marks the second straight month the Fed is reducing liquidity injections. It said in mid-January that it would reduce term operations by $5 billion starting in February. These operations have been oversubscribed this month, but analysts say the demand from dealers hasn’t indicated renewed stress in funding markets, or concern about bank reserves. Instead, the strong bidding is seen as simply underscoring that the rates dealers can get in these operations are lower than prevailing market rates.

            “This decrease is a bit faster than expected,” said Gennadiy Goldberg, a senior U.S. rates strategist at TD Securities. “Given the functioning of the money markets recently, they’re probably feeling a bit more confident they can take away some of the repo support more quickly without market disruptions.”

            The newly scheduled offerings will provide liquidity through March 26. The Fed has been conducting repos and Treasury-bill purchases in a bid to keep control of short-term rates and bolster bank reserves. The efforts have calmed markets since the September spike that took overnight repo rates as high as 10%, and helped quell concern about a potential cash crunch at the end of 2019….

    • MaryD says:

      I found this interesting:

      January 31, 2020 The Dow Dropped 650 Points Because the Stock Market Finally Cares About Coronavirus

      Four days after the price of stocks had dropped because of China’s woes:

      Stocks rout stemmed as China injects $71 BILLION into banks. Stock prices rebounded around the world on Tuesday, as China’s central bank moved to prop up its banking system in the face of the coronavirus outbreak.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Who does this COVID-19 virus target? …not really children

      Later in the video propaganda and media-propaganda is discussed.
      It is worth a watch, because both the U.S. and China are guilty of the same…fake news, censors, trolls and comment boards, etc.

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Homey, very revealing report on the cyber propaganda patrol in Hubei. Dr. Ayyadurai latest approach to InterNet censorship is very interring and innovative. The mesh network removes the threats of censorship but would still be vulnerable to the propaganda corp .
        Some of his suppositions are a worry but I wouldn’t mind some competition to Att, google ect. And a public commons InterNet is a start.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      ~~ I do want to mention that The Epoch Times, NTD website and NTD YouTube, Jennifer Zeng and Falun Gong may have a slant with prejudice against China… …not that it is hard to do (i.e. China invites criticism), but there may be other data of which we are not aware.

      Article of February 6, 2020
      Chinese Netizens and Expert Suspect Wuhan Bioresearch Lab Is the Source of the Coronavirus
      (It is worth the short read,)

      A few EXCERPTS
      …A social media user named Wu Xiaohua, with a Ph.D. in biological related fields according to his WeChat profile, challenged Shi (Deputy Director of Wuhan’s P4 Lab) to answer key questions about the suspicious gene mutations found in the new virus.

      Wu pointed out there is no way that these mutations are the outcome of natural recombination.

      “Now, many scientists, including Shi herself, believe that this virus must have originated from bats, and would involve one or two virus hosts to explain the gene mutations. Based on current scientific publications, the virus must jump from rats to primates before it can infect humans. Then how is this step—from rats to primates—usually achieved? It can only be done in a research lab by scientists inserting a certain protein from primates into rats,” Wu wrote.

      “I have personally performed the same type of genetic engineering experiments. You cannot get away by being cavalier. Do you dare to accept the challenge and give us an explanation?” he asked.

      Wu also disclosed that some biolabs in China are very poorly regulated.

      “For instance, some researchers in these labs kept the laboratory dogs as pets; some disposed of animal carcasses casually because following the biosafety rules and cremating them costs a lot of money. Some cut up the laboratory pigs and took the meat home to eat. I know this happened at Beijing 301 Hospital’s spine surgery lab. Worst of all, some laboratory animals were sold to wet markets as wild-caught animals for profit,” he wrote.

      Xu Bo, a well-known IT magnate and billionaire in China, cited reports and articles to support Wu’s statements.

      In his blog, Xu cited a news report about a lawsuit against biologist Li Ning.

      Li is an academician of China Engineering Academy, and a former professor at China Agricultural University. The judgment in Li’s case, which came out on Jan. 2 this year, stated that between 2008 and 2012, Li’s lab sold experimental pigs, cows, and milk to local markets. These animal and animal products were bought using research funds; but Li and his fellow colleagues pocketed the money, a total of 10,179,201 yuan ($1,460,304), from the sale of these animals and animal products.

      Li was sentenced to 12 years in prison for embezzlement….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        UPDATE – December 2021
        …for this Feb 2020 Thread

        Attorney Michael P Senger is author of
        Snake Oil: How Xi Jinping Shut Down the World
        China’s Global Lockdown Propaganda Campaign

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        SCROLL DOWN and Up this THREAD to see many VIDEOS and IMAGES coming out of China during this early 2020 era.

        • seasons says:

          I had relatives in China and throughout SE Asia informing my parents about a virus illness going around before any of these so called whistleblowers came forward. Dozens of local news media and local governments were already talking about it

          Some within the government were accused of keeping secrets but it was more likely an excuse to get rid of those that outlived their usefulness or might possibly blow the whistle on the lockdown plans.

          There was absolutely no secrecy. Yes there were many places that did not cover a virus pneumonia going around but there was enough of the public to spread rumors to their family and friends thus letting everyone know about it.

          That strategy made many people buy into the story because there was a perception that the new virus was a secret that got leaked. But anyone with paying close attention could see that nothing was ever hidden in regards to the virus specifically.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Del Bigtree and Dan Dicks (Press For Truth)

      Great discussion!

      Feb 14, 2020 – Anarchapulco

      • manbearpig says:

        Yea, Mr Bigtree is very articulate.

        …there are just so many things that need to be resisted all at once everywhere; 5G, smart meters, forced vaccines, fluoride, climate craziness, chemtrails, social credit…

        resisted… or… avoided… or … where to begin?

        the foundational drug


    • Truth seeker says:

      This article states 7 NWO agendas accomplished by this virus.
      Interesting point this article made that mandatory vax started in December, 2019 a few months before this outbreak. Could they have been infected/ poisoned by vax on top of 5G and poisonous air there?

      • I believe the idea that this is a “Race-based” bioweapon is interesting. It does seem to be clustered mainly in and around China. There are several theories I’ve read about the murky origins of the virus. This guy Lance Welton at Russia Insider seems to argue that the Coronavirus (the latest iteration of it), seems to attack only Chinese (or east Asians): I don’t know how much stock to put into it, as there is no real data to support this argument. It is, at best an interesting speculative postulate.

        There’s also another theory that posits that this was actually an American biological weapon that was created to stifle China’s economy: Again, there’s a lack of evidence, but interesting arguments to think about when we consider that the idea of ‘ethnic based’ bioweapons is nothing new, and various governments, including Israel, have considered and researched the idea of genetically engineered biological weapons that would target specific populations.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Blacks absorb more Lead than Caucasians

          There are many studies about alleles (genetic traits) with different ethnic groups.
          In my opinion, genetic traits certainly can make one race more susceptible than another to a specific environmental factor.

          I have heard a variety of researchers in the Fluoride community mention the hypothesis that because Blacks have one or two alleles, they are more prone to lead poisoning by a large margin vs Caucasian.
 has a long list of studies mentioned when you type in “alleles”.

          Blacks absorb more Lead than Caucasians.

          Fluoride Gate: An American Tragedy
          At the 32 minute mark it talks about “alleles”.
          QUEUED video at the 29 minute mark which brings up Lead exposure.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The Coronavirus (nCoV)(COVID-19)
      CHINA videos via Twitter

      (In reverse date order.)

      Man jumping – entire complex locked down

      Standard Procedure at a road checkpoint

      Caught walking – Now get educated and chant “Stay Strong!”

      Policeman pulling out his gun and really firing in an attempt to block villagers inside their homes. However, it seems no one cares any more.

      Man gets caught while enjoying some sunshine in front of his own home

      Men told that #Quarantine for #COVID19 is not free, but on themselves.

      In the beginning, people could go out and line up for shopping

      Grocery shopping when you cannot leave your home

      Patients lining up for breakfast

      Why the smog?

      When ordinary citizens get beaten up for playing Majiang at home, they organize such a grand funeral procession when someone important died

    • john301 says:

      Further evidence to the erosion of our civil liberty. Is the 2012 lawsuit by Chris Hedges against Obama and congress for enacting the, “Defense Authorization Act.” This allows the US military to be used against the US citizens. Needless to say Chris did not ultimately prevail.

  2. Bart Houkes says:

    A 2 year study by the International Union for Conservation of Nature proves that Climate Change causes more violence against woman. Really?

    • Ethan Hunter says:

      Wow…this appears to be some more post-modern nonsense coupled with “critical theory”. The scholarship of these publications is terrible, with dogmatic assertions passing for “research” when in reality they are more compatible with “grievence studies”.

      For an in depth analysis of this phenomenon – look at the work of Peter Bhogosian and James Lindsey.

      • Bart Houkes says:

        Thanks Ethan, that research is very interesting. Everybody feels this academic ‘newspeak’ is going on, but it’s so hard to lay your finger on it or prove anything. These guys make a good attempt at it.

      • manbearpig says:


        Only seen the first: it’s so sad it’s funny!

        Movin’ on the the next!

        Thanks in advance Ethan Hunter!

        • manbearpig says:

          Well, for the moment, I don’t know enough about Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying to take a stand on the other 3 videos.

          I don’t have the time and energy presently to understand why the Evergreen affair is so inextricably linked to Pluckrose, Bhogosian and Lindsey’s cause .

          But I am sensitive to the tyranny of politically correct thinking and am only mildly surprised that such “academic” journals would publish such silliness.

          I’d like to come back to this when I have more time and energy to assess both situations since the first have so inextricably associated themselves with the second.

          The fact that Sam Harris defended Weinstein and Heying puts me on guard.

          At any rate it’s all quite intriguing.

          • Ethan Hunter says:

            Yes it is…and thanks for the feedback.

            I don’t agree with Pluckrose, Bhogosian, and Lindsey on their leftist stance…but it does illustrate how far the radical left has “left” the reasonable left that used to inhabit the universities but are now inhabited by these “crazies” that have taken over the asylum – figuratively AND literally.

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Ethan these panelists hit on how spineless administration’s navigate the weak academics into a helplessness for financail political gain at the expense of hard discourse and old school values that discovery truths. Snowflakes. The tail wagging the dog.

        Academic Institutions are in deep trouble. Bastions of liberalism run amok .

        • Ethan Hunter says:

          I wholeheartedly agree…I was going to go back to college but have since changed my mind because of the madness that has taken over.

  3. Medhead says:

    Can we talk more about how Voluntaryism would work? I recall James talking about how some societies can institute whatever political system they want but how do we get there from what we have today? Is it just changing people’s minds and then what? Is it to decentralise power as much as possible by voting for parties to do so?

    • stephen11 says:

      Voluntaryism is in play and working any time you volunteer to do anything that under ‘normal economic conditions’ would have to be compensated for. Voluntaryism is just doing things based off of your own principles and of your own moral judgment of what should be done regardless of someone else directing you. So, no, nobody is going to be voted into office to decentralize power to make it more comfortable to volunteer and I would wager the only mind that would change is yours as you see how independent of an effort Voluntaryism is. Do you think you can keep on volunteering, without compensation, maybe even without the emotional reciprocation of ‘good job’ or, at worst, having your good will taken advantage of? Can you break laws that say you’re not qualified to act in a certain way or be in a certain place? Will you maintain your altruism even if nobody follows you lead? If so, then Voluntaryism will work because you will be setting the example and showing others how it will work.

      • Fawlty Towers says:

        “Do you think you can keep on volunteering, without compensation, maybe even without the emotional reciprocation of ‘good job’ or, at worst, having your good will taken advantage of? Can you break laws that say you’re not qualified to act in a certain way or be in a certain place? Will you maintain your altruism even if nobody follows you lead? If so, then Voluntaryism will work because you will be setting the example and showing others how it will work.”

        Excellent points!
        I’m a practical dude.
        Can you point to groups/societies today who are making this work, on a full-time basis, and gaining traction?
        ie. the movement is growing with proven results?

        • stephen11 says:

          In answer to your question, no I cannot. Im not really a power networker, though, so someone else might know.

          Forgive me for being cynical but I think waiting for other people to be the example is futile.

          I am of the anarchic persuasion and while learning about rules and rulers and making and being your own; I learned a great deal about the responsibility one has to oneself. If you decide to go your own way and be your own king/queen then you owe to yourself to build your character to the level of true royalty, truly uncommon.

          So, in regards to volunteering, in my opinion, if a sovereign individual wishes to offer his/her services willingly, then that person should do it in a way that comes from their heart. Their action should play specifically to their talents, wherein their art lies, continuing to make more aspects of their life a living masterpiece.

          Personally, I’m into all things health related; so I offer up any goods or services I can provide. Or many times just physical labor. Though, in my realm, I don’t just offer my energy to anyone. I’m picky, I spend it on those close to me, my co-kings and co-queens but to them I will give anything, anytime. Keeping it personal is keeping it practical. However small, my realm is my society and volunteering is redundant as my assistance is always granted.

          At first, when replying, I thought about all the times I’ve picked up trash in the nearby wilderness but then I realized that, I do that for myself, like it’s my yard.

          Medhead, spread the meds! Lawd knows we’re gonna need ’em!
          But, for free and to those that matter to you.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Voluntaryism Thread

        Medhead, That is such an appropriately timed topic now since James is headed to Mexico for Anarchapulco 2020.

        James Corbett talks about Voluntaryism in this “Questions For Corbett #045 – What’s Your Endgame?”, although he has other videos about the topic.
        I like the way he expresses things.
        QUEUED VIDEO (A few minutes)

        It is very much worthwhile to rewind the video and listen to James discuss his friends, family and broaching topics like 9/11.

    • stephen11 says:

      The recent Mr. Broze interview reminded me of his freedom cell idea.

      Im listening now. This may be more useful to you.

  4. pearl says:

    Astronomers have been watching the waning light of Betelgeuse for many decades (or is it centuries? I think I read the Aborigines noted its fluctuations before a noted astronomer made it broadly known), and some are now setting February 21st as the day they’ll know if it will (or was since it’s about 640 light years away) be the closest supernova bucket list event or not (??). Anyway, interesting articles on this starting with Watts Up (lots of good comments too):

    This site says it ain’t gonna happen for thousands of years:

    Lastly, what will it look like if it does?

    • manbearpig says:

      Woohoo! Miss Pearl! The armpit of Orion!?
      This one caught my eye:

      “..What we see is just a hologram of them projected back in time to our reference frame.
      As for Betelgeuse, it seems to me that it actually ‘sploded 700 years ago…right around the time that the MWP ended and the LIA started cranking up.
      In any case, the arrival of the light front will probably start the next phase of the return to full ice age conditions.
      Bring in the kittens, and break out your mittens folks…you have about ten days to hit Costco for 17 metric tons of rice per person in your household, and some water…”

      and this one too:

      “…Of course the supernova will be caused by Climate Change. Tides will increase a hundred-fold causing simultaneously floods and droughts, the worst since last December. Sharks will routinely patrol our streets eating random children and the next climate conference will be held on the summit of Mount Everest.

      Alternatively, the inhabitants of Betelgeuse have recently discovered how to receive BBC TV and decided that we all deserve to be exterminated. I am inclined to agree…”

      and finally this one gets me every time:

      ““I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die. ”
      – Roy Batty, from Blade Runner…”

      Thanks for this cosmic alert dear Pearl and on behalf of Mr Rutger Hauer who left this plane for the shoulder of Orion some 6 months hence…

    • zyxzevn says:

      Variations in the galactic currents cause stars to become more or less active. These currents are often called Birkeland currents, and have been discovered by Birkeland.

      These currents are also responsible for magnetic field and the arms of the galaxies. They are hard to observe, and only recently we have found gas clouds shaped like these currents. Strong magnetic fields in galaxies are well known. It is also proposed as a solution for dark matter, together with sparse plasma clouds around galaxies. The power that drives the currents are still under discussion.

      • pearl says:

        Zyxzevn, you were in my mind when I was hopping around the web reading the Betelgeuse rumors; I knew you’d have insight (as you did regarding the “black hole discovery”) so I’m thrilled to read your comment! I’m betting you’re right. I often share your contributions with my son who enjoys wrestling with harder things like quantum theories so this latest will be sweet music to his ears. Thank you!

      • manbearpig says:

        wow. cool! sounds sorta like cosmic wind…

        I’m totally ignorant of scientific phenomena (and of most everything else).

        But I spoke to a class of 40 1st-year university students this morning asking them if they knew the constellation of Orion, so as to mention Betelgueuse amongst the coronavirus and the corrupt city elections. Silence. Then I asked them about Ursa Major, minor, Cassiopeia, just the North star: Gaping silence. No quantity of cajoling could break the fish-eyed stare. I asked them incredulously if they looked at the sky, the stars, shooting stars. Generalized faint shaking of heads… I swear, none of them looked up at the stars, none knew a single constellation. The kids don’t look at the sky anymore.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Amazing anecdote.
          I grasp what you are saying.
          Times have really changed.

        • pearl says:

          That’s so sad!! Last year, my two oldest were in class when their English teacher said she’d had lots of complaints from many of her students (all high school grads mind you, this was at the community college) who could neither read nor write cursive (they weren’t taught!), so she switched to manuscript. I asked them if her writing was illegible, they said it looked perfectly normal to them.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            pearl says:
            “…lots of complaints from many of her students (all high school grads mind you, this was at the community college) who could neither read nor write cursive (they weren’t taught!), so she switched to manuscript.”

        • alexandre says:

          If I may intrude, that’s really horrible – that kids don’t look at stars. Often I go out at 3 in the morning, sit and stare at the sky. After some minutes there seems to be even more stars – I guess the [old] eye adapts. The air here is reasonably clear (they say one of the best “airs” in these parts, I don’t know) and you can see the milky way and all that. Not only looking at it, but staring, meditating, just staying there in what James Joyce called “aesthetic arrest”. It’s just amazing and kids, more than us old guys, should do this frequently. What a shame. Not that I ever saw a UFO. The bastards never come here, but maybe that would be a good game for the kids – Hey kids, let’s look for UFOs. At least they spend some time looking at the stars.

          • pearl says:

            Intrusion?! Not even! The more the merrier, Alexandre!

            Who needs UFOs? Just get a contest started on who spots the most satellites! My sons were up before dawn last week when they saw what must’ve been a launch of more satellites parading across the sky in a perfect line. Not nearly as much as the video in the following link, but enough:


            • alexandre says:

              Yeah, that’s better. Satellites.

              I’m sorry, I can’t talk now. I just watched the video HomeRemedySupply posted, of the Military World Games in China. I’m in tatters. I’m sobbing, I’m disturbed, I’m trembling….oh my god. Have you seen it? Has anybody seen that? Lord….I’mna jump off some bridge first thing tomorrow afternoon. Twice.

              • pearl says:

                No, I haven’t seen it and reading your sincere response, I’m afraid I don’t have the strength to view it. Reading your and HRS’s description, I get it. For me personally, just to keep from extinguishing my little flame entirely, I must cling to optimistic hope through solutions such as that exhibited in James and Josh’s discussion posted late last night:


            • alexandre says:

              I hear you. Yes, that China thing is best unseen. Not that it’s all that different from any olympic cerimonies, but the fact that it’s military makes it creepier.

              Strangely the solutions talks make me apprehensive. I guess it’s because I don’t believe it can happen, so I prefer to stay down, you know, instead of starting believing something (again) just to have my head smacked (again). Thank god not everyone is like that.

              • CQ says:

                alexandre, I’m arriving VERY late to this Open Thread, which, I see, is approaching 450 intelligent comments from many, many Corbett fans!

                I promised gbw I’d scan the thread until I found your name, because he told me (in an email) that one thing you wrote made him laugh for at least 10 minutes! Your jumping off the bridge twice made me guffaw–but I don’t know if that’s the remark gbw has in mind!

                In any case, alexandre, could you please do me a favor and post the hyperlink to the China video that you said HRS supplied a few comments up? I can’t find it midst his deluge of posts (smiles). I guess I’m being masochistic in wanting to see what in heaven’s name (or hell’s name) you’re talking about!

                Thanks, my friend,

                P.S. My request assumes you changed your mind about jumping even once, much less twice.

              • alexandre says:

                Hi CQ, thanks. I think the comment that made MBP laugh is:
                “Look, Henry, the rats created an entire culture based on that bullshit we’ve just made up”.
                But that was manbearpig. GBW? Can’t remember, sorry. You never know when something is gonna be funny or just stupid.

                Let’s find the China Horror Show….
                …here it is:
                If you have some LSD, this could be even better! Take 2 at every 20 minutes.

                And no, I’m still considering and training twice-bridge-jumping. By the way things are going, it’s the only alternative.

              • CQ says:

                alexandre, a minute ago, I finally found HRS’s military games link. It’s a lot lower in the thread, so it wasn’t that I’d missed it, it was that I hadn’t yet reached it. Thanks for supplying it so fast, and I’ll be sure to arm myself against the horror by taking a dose of . . . oh, sorry, I’ve never taken any kind of drug in my life, so I don’t think I want to start now! 🙂

                Please promise me you’ll quit training for those double-death dives! If you don’t, I’ll I’ll I’ll . . . fly to Brazil to (nicely) knock some sense into you. (Oh, I forgot, I can’t. I don’t wanna get an up-to-date passport. Nor do I wanna get a REAL ID gold star stuck on my driver’s license. Which means I won’t be flying even within the states come October. No more TSA pat downs for me. We’ll see how long I can hold out.)

              • alexandre says:

                Really? Maybe getting a passport here is for the first time easier than there? I’m also “quarantined” here. Self-Quarantine. THEY are real pros up there.

                Take some LSD with that China video. Believe me (as Trumps says), you’ll need it! If anything to counter the video’s effects on your mind, which are much worse than any drug.

                Have fun.

  5. danmanultra says:

    Sort of Questions for Corbett, sort of suggestion: I know he’s dead and gone now, but I was surprised to see you never made a comprehensive video on John McCain and his legacy. I have followed his story for a long time, but when I tried to explain things about him to a friend I found I had a hard time finding good sources. In absence of such a video, do you or any corbetteers have some good links on real and accurate information on him and his legacy? Articles or videos would be really great. I looked through bitchute for videos but most were just silly Trump stuff of little substance.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Dan the Man, to the Ultra;

      When you use the search bar at Corbett Report, a variety of things come up.
      (e.g. article/video which has referenced links on John McCain “Foreign Intervention and the Ukraine Crisis” )

      I often have good success using “Corbett Report” and keywords on a DuckDuckGo search.

      911blogger likely has some information.

    • Fawlty Towers says:

      I’m not sure James would find it very useful to put time into such a project.

      I was reminded recently about the McCain foreword written in the revised 2006 Popular Mechanics book, “Debunking 9/11 Myths: Why Conspiracy Theories Can’t Stand Up to the Facts”.

      I know we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, nor a man by his foreword, nor give just one particular example, but there are some precious doozies in it that I would encourage others to read for themselves.

      Here is a link to the book where you can read the foreword if you haven’t already.

      And here are just a few examples of what Mr. McCain was laying on the public in 2006.

      Remember that “I Watch The Super Bowl Commercials (2020) – #PropagandaWatch” commercial trying to play at our heart strings combining the noble efforts of firefighters with 5G?

      Well McCain employs the same ‘firefighter tactic’ in his foreword.

      • Fawlty Towers says:

        … “America was vulnerable and under attack On September 11, evil literally took flight. But as 19 men showed the world their worst…
        we were attacked not for a wrong we had done, but for who we are…

        As Americans. we acted swiftly. We liberated Afghanistan from the murderous rule of the Taliban, our attackers’ proud hosts. We chased Al Qaeda around the globe. We revamped our homeland security, reorganized our intelligence community, and advocated reform in calcified societies…

        The terrorists who attacked America were clear about their intentions. Osama Bin Laden and his ilk have perverted a peaceful religion, devoting it not to the salvation of souls but to the destruction of bodies. They wish to destroy us, to bring the world under totalitarian rule according to some misguided religious fantasy. Our cherished ideals of freedom. equality, and religious tolerance stand in their way.

        And so they fight us. Their fight is no secret: September 11 was the most horrific of a long string of attacks, from the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993 to the 1998 embassy bombings in Africa to the 2000 attack on the U.S.S. Cole. Al Qaeda does not hide its hand in these crimes; Rather, it boasts of its destruction and calls for more.

        But though the evidence for Al Qaeda’s central role in the 9/11 attacks is overwhelming, many have found the facts unsatisfying…

        Surely something more was at work.
        Such sentiments are not new. Many Americans have resisted the notion that an island nation far from our shores could launch a surprise attack against our Navy (cough); that Communism could remain viable in the world without assistance within the US. government itself; that one man in a book depository could end the life of a beloved president…

        Blaming some conspiracy within our government for the horrific attacks of September 11 mars the memories of all those lost on that day. There were errors and missteps in our government’s response, to be sure, but the performance of our public servants was on the whole heroic, not destructive.
        For their service – for their lives – we are indebted, and we are obliged to pay our debts to those who sacrificed. To blame not a gang of terrorists but some conspiracy for 9/11 insults the police officers and firefighters who raced into the burning towers: the men and women who left for dangerous distant lands to fight our enemies; and those who have fought in all the wars of our history…

        The CIA was not involved in 9/11…
        Bombs or missiles did not fell the towers…

        By refuting destructive beliefs in fanciful tales of mayhem, Popular Mechanics has produced a valuable work that will be an important resource for years to come. It represents the innocent thousands who perished on that terrible day – those innocent thousands who deserve to be remembered with honor and truth.”

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        John McCain & the “Summer of Truth” 2008 – 9/11

        Some videos might still be out there about this scenario during the summer of 2008 in John McCain’s Arizona.
        Blair Gadsby went on a hunger strike to call attention to the 9/11 Coverup.
        Senator Johnson gave a fantastic speech about the 9/11 Cover-up on the floor of the state Senate.
        John McCain kept silent.

        Here is one of a variety of articles about that scenario.

  6. generalbottlewasher says:

    Why has two seemingly independent Canadians appeared in the internet medium at opposition corners of the world saying almost identical ideas. According to Victor Efimov in his lectures to FRB we are only allowed half the truth for control by those who possess the whole truth. Here are the examples. The competitions of style of presenting are different but the content is identical. This gives small credence to Efimov and his theories.
    Tony Heller included in his blog today a quote by Mark Twain.” Never tell the truth to people who dont deserve it”
    Got me to thinking about the device in my hand. Very familiar territory to Corbett Reporters. Victor Efimov on social control by power elite.

    Efimov is difficult to bare and the subtitle is a bit weak in translation but offers interesting theory of concepts of reality, with a little effort.
    The syncrinisity was just to much to ignore.
    We put to much energy into avoiding the truth here in Amerika.

    • manbearpig says:

      Just to let you know I took a superficial look at the second link during my lunch break: Victor Efimov (that you or someone else had already linked some time back).

      I’m just a little mystefied by this idea of the KGB/FSB filming their tutorials and making them available to the general public.

      There’s much to be considered and as much to be discarded I would imagine, according to who’s talking to whom for what reason.

      Many interesting notions and as many hysterics…

      at least my attachement to red wine would lead me to believe… but if I were Putin I wouldn’t want any members of my Intelligence services drinking alcohol or smoking weed…

      need to watch it again for sure

      but his own analysis leads to one world government that he poo-poohs as contrived misdirection.

      Gorbatchev perhaps knew little about governing but he was endearing to strangers in a concerted diplomatic sort of way…

      On a nother note, many thanks for the Swiss news about 5G…

      now only a few hours left for sleeping now before the factory bell rings…

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        MBP, I did warn viewers on the difficulty in viewing. However your keen instincts are right-on as always. The giz. The music , starts coming together after the 33min.mark of an hour long lecture. Its so hard to look at the stars cause they are so boring. Its not until they fall out of the sky that they have any interest to us. All the lectures of how and who chucks them out of heaven are not appreciated as much as the trainwreak in the sky we see. Who cares how its done. Sorry got carried away.
        The 6 ways of control are coming from a very Russian understanding.
        I may be wrong but I love the flavor of the different languages in translation. You speak more than one language. Can I ask you , Dont you dream in that other language as well as your native tongue. Are they not distinctively different? That flavor throws English speaking people off. I found this out learning Spanish. I felt differently after dreaming in Spanish and knew more about that flavor from dreamland than reality ever shared. What is it about bi-tri-quad lingual people ? That flavor changes reality, makes it better, more empathetic? English words fails to describe it.
        I wanted to ask James (Q4C) and any bi-tri lingual persons when did they first dream in a foreign tongue and how profound a revelation it was?

        • manbearpig says:

          I really can’t shut up when I have nothing of substance to say so here goes:

          I need to watch the Russian video again for whatever it’s worth as I was struggling to eat my lunch at the same time as reading those subtitles and not be caught eating in a classroom (which I was)…

          I adore accents and of the Eastern accents maybe especially the Russian one. Except for once, in the tramway some months back, there were these two middle-aged women speaking for 20 minutes just beside me and I found their language so incredibly warm and silky, suave, appeasing, like the lull in lullabye, so much so that when we’d arrived at our stop I had to ask them what language it was (which in France is slightly more obnoxiously bold and intrusive than in it would’ve been in the states) and they said Persian. Yup, purr-sian… and were very flattered that I’d found it so beautiful… or seemed so at any rate…

          I’d say, of course I dream in French as I’ve been living in this country now for a full decade more than I’d lived in the states… English is my job and so I feel like I’m working when I speak American (what’s left of it) and relaxing is in French… dreaming… and star-gazing…

          now I’m late for the hamsterwheel and dammit, TGIF! (even if I’m teaching tomorrow morning)… gotta finance spring break…

          an unedited stream-of-consciousness good morning to ya Mr Creep!

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            MBP; your conscious is a river and it my flow somewhere where you dont want it to go, according to Cyrus A Parsa.
            Romola D interviews him on his lawsuits to combat AI from controlling the currents of you conscious. He talks NovoCorona and AI being very bad for our future. Sink your big ol bear teeth into this.
            Romola D asks a lot of pertainate questions and since im the Creep who appreciates minds that see patterns where others see scat I wonder why he makes sense .
            Hats off to your persistent Saturday night music and the delight of the editor in chiefs recognition. Just One more day. It all started with Lilly Boy and Deluxe.


            • generalbottlewasher says:

              One more piece supporting evidence of bio-conscious manipulation or is it AI and that device in our hand , or the device setting in front of you . From a systems guy seeing patterns in the tea leafs.


              • manbearpig says:

                Will the Republican party and/or America save the world? Would seem like (one of) the hopeful messages of these links.

                20,000 genes and what’s important’s happening at the periphery… DNA side-lined to the role of executive administrator…

                for some reason Rupert Sheldrake and morphogenetic fields come to mind…

                so do mirror neurons: mimicry

                I can sure imagine how the internet would’ve sped everything up in terms of mirror-neuron mimicry…

                more connections, more memes going viral, faster and faster, as we stare at ourselves in the black mirrors, morphing from one recommended to another Echo until like pareto’s law all the staggered smaller parts start coming together, pulsing as one hive mind

                just as Madeleine l’Engle said IT would do, already back in 1959, hooking you via your dreams:

                “…On Camazotz, all objects and places appear exactly alike because the whole planet must conform to the terrifying rhythmic pulsation of IT, a giant disembodied brain. Charles Wallace tries to fight IT with his exceptional intelligence but is overpowered by the evil and becomes a robot-like creature mouthing the words with which IT infuses him. Under the control of IT, Charles leads Meg and Calvin to Mr. Murry and together they confront IT. However, they, too, are unable to withstand IT’s power; they escape only at the last minute, when Mr. Murry appears and seizes Meg and Calvin, “tessering” away with them (traveling via another tesseract) to a gray planet called Ixchel inhabited by tall, furry beasts who care for the travelers [certainly an earlier form of manbearpig]. Charles Wallace remains possessed by IT, a prisoner of Camazotz.

                On Planet Ixchel the three Mrs. W’s [certainly an illusion to “world wide web”] appear once again, and Meg realizes that she must travel alone back to Camazotz to rescue her brother. Mrs. Which tells her that she has one thing that IT does not have, and this will be her weapon against the evil. However, Meg must discover this weapon for herself. When standing in the presence of IT, Meg realizes what this is: her ability to love. Thus, by concentrating on her love for Charles Wallace, she is able to restore him to his true identity…”


                sounds like a happy hour version of Agenda 21…

                all roads seem to lead to NEOM MIT Shiva via the U.S. Senate

                but if we’re moving all together like a breathing accordeon then…


                oh! did he say “thought plus energy equals matter”? something like that…?

              • manbearpig says:

                Saturday night…sometimes scat’s easier than pattern analysis…



              • generalbottlewasher says:

                MBP woof,growl oink, thems sharp teeth pardner. You toe (as in N.O.La.’toe up’,venacular), you toe that screaming meme up!
                The sisters, wow ,those musicians like playin’ with that kind a talent. Tight.
                Ayyadurai, will he be another MIT Cronsky? Maybe he’s just an immigrant wanting to pay it forward. The system worked for him . How would you do it if you moved to the promise land. All those scientist who Al Gore unfunded,were they ‘ their own man so to speak. Ayyadurai may just be his own man. With reservation to those who think the system is fixed and no body is alowed to be their own man. Even your Man in the promised land must have a Bear and a Pig to get by. And have they ever been the beasts!. I read you stuff. Purdy sharp stuff too.
                Well im an tear since the Step son open his mouth and vomited all Greta, BIS party school propaganda lines on global warming and how some neolithic glacier is melting up the ally. Geez he sounds like your neighbor. Is his Mayoral appointment a Paid consultancy? Like my stepsons paid propaganda position at the OSS/ BIS private ( kinda) school?
                No more skip it just joshing its Saturday in the modest midwest and im enjoying the programming. Thanks for loaning your couch of analysis.

              • manbearpig says:

                Hey GBW!

                I concur: it sure has been difficult telling folks we may be headed towards a LIA when all we have is warmer temps here in my corner of Europe. I try to evoke the complexities of global climate phenomena but as Hansen knows, it’s much easier to communicate on climate if the weather seems to be proving your point.

                Incidentally; Cyrus A Parsa seems like an anagram for something doesn’t it? (especially for shell-shocked paranoid conspiracy theorists looking for occult meaning where there is none.)

                Could be: UR A SCARY SAP!

                or… or… SPRAY US A CAR!

                HOLY CONOLLI! I knew it!!

                You offered me way too much mental material for my poor addled self than I could possibly do justice to. And unfortunately Sunday’s super short. but I will try to take another look…

                and Glad the music fest was festive! even if I missed it! 8-(


                hey! I’ll start with Ramola! (love her demeanor!)

            • generalbottlewasher says:

              Romola D gets right down to it with her new analysis of the Corona Plan-demic. On Wide Angle 2.


              • generalbottlewasher says:

                And to finish up here with Tony Hellers Valentine to Greta . Which I sent up the Rhone river to the step-son so he at least can counter the BIS BS. in his subconscious. Little chance of that influencing anything cause…The paycheck depends on towing the party line.


                It was unseasonably warm in Switzerland so I can see how he was miss-led. Just dont call it global warming.

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            MBP. Yes Shiva said ‘ thoughts through energy creates matter. A school of thought, an interesting body of physics says at the edges of the universe information and thought are stored. That is materialized by energy into matter. So thoughts through energy creates matter. Mary Baker Eddy discovered this 140 years ago and brought it into use for everyday living in the form of a medical and spiritual comfort to her community.
            Thats the philosophy of matter that has been perverted by Milner, Rockefeller, Rothschild , you are creater, the energy is God. Words fail so I must rely on experiences. Im not going to here but when you see it in action and
            outcome the rest pales in comparison. Those outcomes that cannot be found in maypoles, orgies and blood sacrifices. Time on the other hand was where I was going.
            Madeline l’Engle . that story you said 1959? The terms are so close to phases and logos of today it is uncanny.
            Intel, Excel, Comatose , IT , AI the pulsing brain. Sounds much in the vane of Frank Russell. How did you come across her? Big tech had to clever off bits of her.
            Good morning cup a coffee how are you today?
            Can you see Mt. Blanc this morning out the kitchen window? Beautiful isn’t it there thats how!
            You gotta ‘splain Ruppert a little. Parsa, Cyrus A.
            par-sac-y-rus, the Symarian fire breathing Google ABC slayer?
            Also seems that besides Corbett what kind of entertainment is this, this thing we are in. I gotta ask the editor in chief about some of his observations of this thing he created when he gets back.
            Their is enough material here for six months. 213 comments. Thats some energy. Lets see how to turn that into a matter of importance? Bonjour maroon o’ negro sucra?

            • manbearpig says:

              Rupert Sheldrake:

              -Mind is extended beyond the brain rather than being confined within it

              -Crystals synthesize more quickly with habit suggesting that the laws of nature are evolutionary and grow from changing habits and have not been static since the big bang.

              -Melting points of new compounds go up whereas old compounds do not have changing melting points

              -This missing heritability problem

              -If the universe is unconscious, how does consciousness emerge from it

              and much more:



              Remember one of the Neo-Life people said:

              “…biology is a way of fighting back against entropy. It’s a way of fighting back against disorder. It’s a way of applying power to fight against the universe in a really interesting way…”…”

              What a contrast to how in this interview the Biologist Rupert Sheldrake describes biology in relation to the universe.

              This contrast reveals what I find so repulsive among hard core materialists and applying radical materialism to human beings, their consciousness, their intelligence.

              your Intel, Excel, Pulsar, IT… brilliant…

            • manbearpig says:

              forgot: who’s, which Frank Russell?

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                MBP. ” Freedom I Won’t”, “And then there were none”.That Eric Frank Russell.
                For something related to Poppy Nazi Crum in the Lee Enterprises propaganda paper. Today a full page , two sided insert Advertisement ” Wanted 51 candidates, in the Tulsa area to experience AMAZING technology! { a picture of a young woman holding the index finger up with a big black claw shaped thing on the tip of her finger right next to her bright smiling face } Try this new technology at NO COST TO YOU! Take ‘Em & Try ‘Em. { banners below state the creepy things Camille has pointed out.}
                1. HEAR COMFORTABLY; even in the noisiest places, you ( and others ) will experience eased listening effort and SECOND-TO-NONE speech understanding.

                2. BETTER WIRELESS STREAMING; Provides consistent wireless performance through your smartphone or wireless accessories while streaming cell phones, TV’s, music, or other media. ( third parties)

                3. LIVE A MORE ACTIVE AND HEALTHY LIFE; Integrated SENSORS track your BODY and BRAIN health activities and send fall alerts.( it is a receiver to drop you)

                4. SO SMART, IT KNOWS WHERE YOU ARE; The GPS feature in your smartphone detects when you are in TAGGED LOCATIONS and automatically switches modes LIKE WHEN YOU ARRIVE HOME, your personal settings for that location is Activated.( go def or go to reeducation camp)

                I wish I had better news but this takes the cake. It would have been posted in the Camille spot but I can’t find it. I wonder how many , like Hoogland, will be so nieve to not see where this is going. Trust can’t be part of our autonomic system. What are we to do?

              • manbearpig says:

                ah yes! Freedom I Won’t: gotta clean out the drawers of my mind, straighten things up, total mess up there.

                Camille’s Poppy Crum comment/link:


                So just watched most of the first episode of a Brazilian netflix series called “Omniscient” where everyone’s bug like drone follows its owner around monitoring their every bio-electro-chemical reaction and movement like the facial recognition plus plus camera-sensors described by Poppy Crum in her Ted Talk: thermal heat/heart rate/chemical breath composition and rythmn/eye dilation/compositional analysis and quantity of sweating


                51 candidates… So just one short of a full deck…?

                Saw pre-teens and others on the bus today with those little earbud twigs sticking out of their head… apparently utterly unconcerned about wireless technology EMFs right near their brain. So…

                Had a colleague today who’d just come out of an international dance class where everyone spoke English. She was explaining to me how embarassed and guilty she felt about calling a “Them” (who was apparently masquerading as a woman) a “Her” castigating herself for imposing her own gender prejudice upon that human entity in dance tights. I suggested she probably just made an honest mistake because of all those years of conditioning since childhood presumptuously calling women “She/Her” but I couldn’t make her feel any better.

                Had never had a lunch conversation quite like that before.

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                The paper, TV, radio sometimes, my smalltown Private University, magazines and the internet of things live. Or is that lie. Maybe thats living. See movie trailer. I must say Corbett with a lot of assistants at the ready are the SUNGLASSES.


                When it stops being entertainment we could have a shot.

              • manbearpig says:

                Sorry; replied to you but it’s doing time in the Moderation Queue… forgot to count my links…

                here, have a nice night in Tunisia in the meantime:


                oh wait… now we’ve crossed comments…

              • manbearpig says:


                today had a discussion about voting with a lovely woman on the brink of retirement who spent her entire career working for a bank

                she said she thought voting should be legally mandatory…

                talk continued on until 30 minutes after the class ended…

                I tried hard to stay cool and just dispassionately ask questions… such as solliciting a single example of when voting actually changed something in the last 30-40 years in France? If those people “who died so we could vote” did so to win the mere illusion of democracy? If the real foundations of our society such as smart meters, 5G, ambiant cameras and the global economy are not subject to voting then what was the point? Asked her to recall what had happened with the Lisbon Treaty? (wrong answer vote again) She didn’t remember what the Lisbon Treaty was though

                She still left in an indignant huff though she tried hard to hide it but she was flushed and curt…

                this’ll come back at me like a boomerang as it has in the past… Clients don’t come for real debates but to enjoy themselves learning English…

                virtual reality, anti-reality, lies like it breathes; Intel, Excel…

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Ok ok ok, MBP, I dont know what happened but when you start throw’ n around those big words I get lost.
                ENTROPY ? !! So I leave a link but the definition doesnt want to copy link for some reason. The deeper i went the less i got until ” The Entropy of Communication. Or ENTROPY! What a word. This was a Daisy Cutter Bomb. You need to be careful chucking those heavy hitters.
                You may want to not stir up the natives, especially the Casino erh…Bank worker. They dont wakey wakey well.
                Anecdotal side bar. When I voiced a concern for a patron’s gambling addiction I was asked to take a urine test the following day in HR. The patron was into a loan shark for $60k and had lost the $150k that use to be her house. The real house(casino administration) sent me a message. Dont rile the natives. Boomerangs cracky!!
                Communication Entropy, information theory…


              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Ok ok ok follow me here. Apply this to 911 and wham you see the high probability that the communicated message will be communicated about a low probability event, like the building falling. The communication is processed and accepted yet the event is rejected as improbable.
                Same with The Smothers Brothers. When the anti-war communication was finally accepted about the war which was a low probability in itself . The patriotic war message was rejected. When they got that communication through to the American audience the M.I.C. lost 100s of billions in contracts and the M.I. Informational Complex learned a lesson in low probability noise over powering the high probability message.
                There that solves every question about how we arrived at where we are today. The lock down gated internet replacing TV.
                Thank you may I be excused?

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                MBP.: thank you for the Tunisia, one of the favorites played all over town, great live.
                I had to go clean out some drawers too.( that is so funny)
                The XR is loaded with. Poppy Crum., Neo-life
                Information Entropy tie-ins.
                Virtual Reality=Anti-Reality. Lies likge it breathes.
                Now thats brilliant.
                I saw in the XR link the statement, the way products work there way from Darpa/Stanford into the general population. Very soft and deceptive. Innocent.


                390 comments, to say your comment was down below is like saying its in tomorrow its so far down the page. Where was i? Oh yeah, your link thats why I posted here, a person needs a sack lunch to go down page . Which reminds me to thank you again for Camille location for placing the Ad for hearing aides that spy on you, post.
                Darpa/ Stanford skill of ensnaring you into TECHNOCRACY, in the XR page under ‘Related Articles’ , the X-Reality box at the bottom of the wiki page to ‘History of X-Reality… From In a Seattle convention…making known funds were availible, “To develope and encourage creators to WORK the AR/MR/ VR/ 360 spectrum.
                People like Poppy Crum and the stage full of “M.I.C.s entrepreneurs”
                In closing one last thank you for ENTROPY… find it in everything. Add life to your propaganda goy by Information ENTROPY. That not near being said but quoted, I submit..”I really can’t shut up when I have nothing of substance to say so here goes.”
                Oh contrar you genius . Enough for your viewing pleasure. Next

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                MBP , viewing pleasure…entropy …hmmm.


              • manbearpig says:

                I am entropy but I did not mention entropy. That was a technocratic novelist who wants to wage war on the universe.

                Yes, as Crum says, Monet added vibrancy to his impressionism thanks to his degenerative eye condition that perhaps allowed him to detect otherwise elusive UV spectrums…from wiki:

                “…In 1923, he underwent two operations to remove his cataracts. The paintings done while the cataracts affected his vision have a general reddish tone, which is characteristic of the vision of cataract victims. It may also be that after surgery he was able to see certain ultraviolet wavelengths of light that are normally excluded by the lens of the eye; this may have had an effect on the colours he perceived. After his operations he even repainted some of these paintings, with bluer water lilies than before…”

                My favorite Monets:



                Sorry if you already knew I’d post those.

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                LAST ONE! MBP. Got to thank Camille. Two new words out of that technocratic propaganda. Two very powerfully charged words; AGENTCY & ENTROPY! They know how to craft a message around these very charged words to get their derisive superior intellect a spin. Yes you did. You may deflect the praise but you were the editor and publisher, using a slice from a second party. Paraphrasing the Science fiction author/ entrepreneur , YOU WERE THE. ENTROPY EDITOR . You are ENTROPY!got that right.
                Monet info very interesting, and im sorry too like a British fellow, for thinking you were going to post those too, way before you knew. Might’a got that right, who cares. We know technocracy when we see it

      • mik says:


        Efimov is not for launch break but for careful watching and contemplating. I put him in a class of essential videos, bringing essential knowledge.

        Two videos explaining how to control people: James’ How to herd your tax cattle (individual level) and Efimov’s How rule the world (society level).

        I understand Efimov stand on one world government (with this comes also idea of collectivism) that it is misdirection if you think that this is the biggest thing wrong on this world. There is much much more unfortunately.
        Looks to me holistic approach comes as a extremely difficult endeavor nowadays.

        Recently it came to me something not related, at first glance…

        They declared War on Fake News.
        Why didn’t they declare War for Truth?
        It’s better, stronger and affirmative massage.

        Also in my cursorily observations of war on fake word Truth doesn’t appear much.
        Like Truth should be put aside and lose its splendor, be relativised as ‘truth for whom’.
        Friend, wise guy, was ranting about journalists and their sloppy work, click-bait orientation and that they are generally not interested for….it hardly came out of his mouth… truth. I capitalized it for him, Truth

        • manbearpig says:

          Mornin’ mik,

          “They declared War on Fake News.
          Why didn’t they declare War for Truth?”

          Tantalizing observation.

          thanks for your comment.
          indeed, careful watching and contemplating seems beyond my capacity these days. But with your recommendation, I’ll take time today (yay! it’s Sunday, but still so much to do…) to give it another listen. I’d like to know a little more about the man too and why he films his “intelligence” tutorials, but not to kill the messenger, just to contextualize.

          Yesterday, I was explaining to a student that the definition of “hoax” was not quite the same as the definition of “fake news”. In France at any rate people shove all sorts of phenomena under the umbrella title “fake news”.

          We’re all going so fast all the time that superficial hasty generalizations seems all we’re capable of.

          Case in point, someone here in Corbettland posted a quote about haste, short memory and/or superficial thinking being Man’s undoing, which struck a highly resonant chord with me, that I’ve already since forgotten… which ironically proves its veracity…

          thanks for crossing the ‘T’s on my own “sloppy work, click-bait orientation” (even if I’m not a journalist) and keep capitalizing truth!

          (time for caffeine)

          ps: really enjoyed mr corbett’s tax cattle video; love his cast of evil characters! sorry I missed the anarchapulco priest…

          • mik says:

            It’s a bit strange to film tutorials for intelligence, although topics covered are not something confidential and majority would say that sounds like conspiracy theory (rule the world), Russia is big he can’t go to every branch office, don’t know….I’m interested in content.

            I’m impressed how much content he put into one hour, really condensed, hardly to understand without foreknowledge.

            World view, the ultimate tool for control according to Efimov. This was so evident in some discussions I had here, some interlocutors could got things I tried to communicate, it was out of their domain because of world view.

            Efimov is really to the point about Truth, people should always be given the choice between two lies, never between lie and truth. Truth has to be hidden. Rephrased W.Casey.

            • manbearpig says:

              “…people should always be given the choice between two lies, never between lie and truth…”

              enter the gatekeepers who hide the truth in plain sight and put it to the service of lies and maintaining a certain world view…

              world view… will cogitate on this… thanks

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:

    911BLOGGER has a few recent, interesting stories

    Well known researcher Kevin Ryan has some added information regarding Carbon Nanotubes in WTC Dust

    Shoestring, extremely well known for some of the most fascinating stories surrounding 9/11/01 has this article:
    The Strange Story of Daniel Lewin, the First Victim of the 9/11 Attacks

    • Fawlty Towers says:

      Thanks for mentioning this recent Daniel Lewin article HRS.
      For those who aren’t up on this man, he was allegedly flying on Flt 11. the aircraft that allegedly struck WTC 1.
      He was also allegedly killed by one of the alleged hijackers with a knife.

      It’s interesting that the article leaves out one of the most damning pieces of information concerning Lewin.

      Let’s start our ‘coincidence meter’ now and see if it goes off the charts.

      The year before 9/11 Lewin just happened to be photographed in front of two panels that looked remarkably like the twin towers.

      When you zoom in to the photograph you notice that he was wearing a new Swatch model watch. The model of the watch was the ‘Hijacker’ and the product line was called ‘Irony Big’.

      Now get this.
      The hour, minute and second hands were all at the 11 position.
      The date was set to 11 as well.

      Here is a link to the Swatch website where you can see the watch he was wearing:

      Not enough coincidences?
      He was allegedly sitting in seat 9B on American Airlines Flt. 11.
      In the hexadecimal numbering system B = 11
      So he was sitting in seat 9-11.

  8. Corbett says:

    Hi everyone, James here. Just dropping a note to say I made it safe and sound to Mexico. Will NOT be checking emails or comments very much, though. Have fun!

    • stephen says:

      Have a great vacation and conference, James!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Remember, when in Mexico, “Don’t drink the water.”
      uh-oh, what does that leave?

      Enjoy the esprit!

      • If I were James, I would only consume factory-sealed products that I pulled from the store shelf myself, and I would never take my eyes off of them.

      • Fawlty Towers says:

        Yes oh yes!
        I remember my bout of Montezuma’s Revenge from decades ago during my only trip to Mexico. 🙁
        Thought I was going to die.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE) for Montezuma’s Revenge
          (I use the NutriBiotic Brand.)

          GSE can help get rid of parasites in the body.
          People sometimes use it to disinfect river water.

          Here are a few anecdotes:
          Some years back, maybe 2011, my buddy Joe, of our Dallas 9/11 Truth Group, gave me a call as he was driving back to the U.S from deep Mexico. He told me that Montezuma paid him a visit, full of revenge. I told him to stop and get some GSE at a health food store when he could. He did. It remedied the condition.

          Often, for myself and for others, GSE has handled Salmonella poisoning (ya know…raw chicken type Salmonella where you throw up while sitting on the toilet). Many times within the same day things were set right.

          More than, or around two decades ago, I told my wife-at-the-time to take some GSE, about 20-30 drops in a small glass of water. She had food poisoning, likely Salmonella. She drank the glass. That night she had terrible cramps. She said that it felt like “Alien” (as in the movie) was crawling through her gut. Once she went to the toilet to relieve herself, everything was copacetic. She felt great.

          • stephen11 says:

            Grapefruit seed extract should be in every household.

            It stops colds in their tracks.

            I even cured a cats UTI with it!

            You can buy a kilo for like $35 off of bulksupplementsdotcom.

  9. Octium says:

    A Question-for-Corbett:

    After experiencing your second Anarchapulco (Soon anyhow) Do you think similar conferences would work in other parts of the world? and If so, what do you think it would take to get one going?

  10. troys says:

    I teach English online, mostly to Japanese students. I sometimes refer them to James’ videos, usually the ones with transcripts. I decided to compile a list of James’ videos that have transcripts, so a few days ago I typed ‘transcripts’ in the Search bar, and got lots of results. Many of them have transcripts, indeed, though that was only nine videos. Recently I came across a video that wasn’t in the results from that ‘transcripts’ search. I suppose there are others too. So, if anyone can help me find them all, I’d really appreciate it 🙂

  11. stephen11 says:

    A word on money.

    True money is not the bills or notes and neither the coin or the bullion.

    It is your mind and your energy. This is evident as we ‘spend time’ and ‘pay attention’. We do this to what peaks our interest. Interest, is value accrued over time, which is our appreciation.

    This is accomplished by ‘paying respects’. ‘Spect’ refers to seeing and looking, ‘re’ meaning, again. We aren’t just glaring at people or things; we’re considering them, in our minds eye, over and over again.

    What else does the the word mean? It’s root, monēre, means auspiciousness. Those are the signs you ‘see’ in your mind from the events before you. Or perhaps, it’s from, moneres, meaning singular. Maybe it’s money(e) then? That singular eye our hindu brethren refer to as the third eye. It’s quite a curiously shaped part and ever so curled to point directly towards the visual cortex.

    We are the banks of energy and charge our investments with visionary power and gain interest. ‘Spending our time wisely’ will ensure our energy investments will be appreciated and gain value.

    Of course this money is of an entirely different currency than most think. Only because we’ve been duped into believing we need a currency exchange to happen from energy to notes. Not to mention, the exchange rate is deplorable.

    I always heard ‘health is wealth’ but you have to invest a little everyday and I learned it doesn’t really start payin’ out till you’re old. So it’s like a retirement fund.

    Point being, real money is priceless, incalculable value, until we say otherwise. Are the coffers deep? Because, when we run out we’ll be coffin deep. Stuck in a container, a cache’, by an undertaker that I will call, Cashier. Always taking our cash which is itself a little container. A little coffin for every unit of energy and time we spent.

    Let’s think beyond these markets of notes and bills that people use to control our minds and energy. Lets value ourselves much, much more.

    • manbearpig says:

      It’s in our interest to spend our mind and energy wisely with more respect for ourselves…before we find ourselves packaged in pine…
      You said it, cash! brilliantly well-expressed…
      doesn’t sound easy though for some reason…
      my 2 cents…

      • stephen11 says:

        Thank you, I will deposit it graciously into my memory bank.

        I agree, it would involve some amount of suffering.

        I like this word too, suffer.

        Su (under) fer (iron, meaning bearance). So, ‘bearing under’. Taken literally, ‘under iron’. This reminds me of weightlifting; you get stronger from weightlifting too. It hurts, it’s hard but you get stronger. There’s also the danger of getting too much in one dose just like too much pain in a person’s life prevents them from recovery.

        My solution is to take on an ascetic lifestyle to suffer in smaller doses to make onself stronger for the larger doses that one gets when one is not looking.

        I like to think of the, ‘bearing under’, like, ‘under-standing’ a load. Understanding, carries the load of responsibility. Understanding comes from knowledge and experience. Conscious is ‘with knowledge’, if you’re not, you’re unconscious.

        You could call it a great undertaking. And the individual is the undertaker, tasked to bury the debt. The debt is, being not ‘with knowledge’, or, ignorant.

        I’ll also point out, if you happen to come across those not ‘with knowledge’, as in, unconscious, but they’re still walking around feeding and making noises. We call that a zombie and the zombie apocalypse already occurred, the veil was lifted with the help of places like this Corbett Report.

        People are caught in a cycle of consuming regurgitate and, in turn regurgitating to others. Even us here, consuming Mr. Corbett’s regurgitate and he, in turn, consuming it from others.

        It is amazing to think about what you actually know. I never experienced most of which I think I know, it’s mostly epistemological. The undertaking is to get knowledge and experience, which I call, Wisdom, because thats the gold in the bank and the cure for zombification.

        • stephen11 says:

          I know because I have debts and I’m relatively poor. I’m also still part zombie but I’m in the process of curing myself. Being a zombie is what caused all my problems. If I only I had been with knowledge sooner! Se la vie.

          Nevertheless, even debts can be appreciated and mined for new gold. Derivatives.

  12. zyxzevn says:

    TIL many scientists have imposter syndrome. The science is too difficult.

    About scientists not really understanding the science

    Psychiatry in the Military: The Hidden Enemy—Full Documentary
    Psychiatry is a experimental fake science.
    Young people are being experimented upon and suffer consequences..

    This Unclassified Report Is Terrifying! Hacktivists Are The New AL-CIADA!
    Jason Bermas explains how the new bill will target whistleblowers and free press.

    Leak No Evil See No Evil With Action4Assange
    Jason Bermas on the same topic together with wikileaks activists.

    • zyxzevn says:

      Turkish “Rebels” Openly Wear ISIS Insignia, As Turkey Openly Arms Extremists In Idlib Against Syria
      (The American Vagabond)

      Surprise: They were ISIS all along, even when the USA was arming them. Working together with Al Qaeda/ Al Nusra who got popular in the media as the white helmets with all of their staged videos.

      Note: The US seems to fight them, but before bombing starts of ISIS places, the USA sends helicopters to evacuate their ISIS fighters. Unknown to the pilots they are bombing the hostages and witnesses. Some of the training of ISIS and Al Queda takes place in the US by the CIA. They are there to keep the war going, to harvest poppies and to harvest organs.

      There are many trillions going into this business. How many psychopaths would not kill a some folks for a million?

    • zyxzevn says:

      Weird fact:
      Wuhan was first city with 5G network fully deployed

      Does 5G lower your resistance, due to the proven additional
      electrochemical stress that it puts on your body?

      Or maybe increase the mutation of the virus?
      Because GHz radio waves can cause mutations at
      certain frequencies and intensities (as shown in CIA documents).

  13. generalbottlewasher says:

    TWo things in this link. Frist 5g. The Swiss call a moratorium on 5g roll out.
    Second the corruption in government and how to address it inside the existing parameters.
    Thanks to pal in Houston for the link.

  14. ztaco says:

    Question for Corbett, and of course everyone else

    Ever heard of InsigniaGate? It might be old news to some, but this was mind-blowing. Basically it was a data dump mainly by a man named Eliahi Priest.

    Website with Download of Data Dump:

    Youtube Channel:

    Must Watch Summary by Priest himself:

    The problem is whether the InsigniaGate information is legit or not. First red flag is he is a Q supporter. Second red flag is he seems to be a bit crazy, as seen on some of the tabs on his website separate from the InsignisGate drop. Plus people seem to think it’s all a big psyop ( ). But with the info he provides on his channel and the dump itself, it seems pretty darn legit.

    He covers something called the Five Star Trust which basically hands out an absurd amount of money to code-named individuals/organizations, enough to pay off the U.S. debt multiple times. He delves into drug trafficking, dirty politics, Assassinations, Phone calls of hits, and way more. Plus he seems to back a lot of it up. Tell me what you all think!

  15. illbnice2u2 says:

    The HighWire with Del Bigtree has a good video out right now. He is at Anarchapulco also.
    Link: and he covers the Coronavirus also.
    Isn’t it funny that our Military is handling the quarantine’s just like China’s is. That way the only info we will get will be what the government wants us to have.
    Stay Healthy

  16. W.Smith says:

    I know this doesn’t prove anything, but I do think it at least deserves a quick look to file away. Gates Foundation and John Hopkins ran coronavirus emergency drills several months before outbreak.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Derick Broze talked about this Event 201. See the very top link on this Open Thread.

      • candlelight says:

        Browsing around the Internet’s is so much fun….

        The following link is a video discussing Event 201 provided by Spiro Skouras, who we know was at one point, a few years ago, Sibel Edmunds right-hand man.

        Does anybody know if Spiro is still at Newsbud? Searching for him at Newsbud, the date of the latest reference for Spiro was July 9, 2018.

        Searching this database I ran across an interview Spiro conducted with Brock West, who was then working as a video editor for Newsbud:

        In the interview, Brock mentions his plans for visiting Vietnam. It didn’t sound like he was planning for a long haul, which apparently it turned out to be.

        Looking at Newsbud today, it seems it’s focus has become very Turkey/Iran centric.

        So, what gives with Sibel (Princess Nayirah) Edmunds? After Sibel threw Vanessa Beeley and Eva Bartlett under the bus, and threw her support to the White Helmets in a manner directly akin to the talking points you might read in Foreign Affairs magazine, there has been no mention of this acclaimed former FBI agent, come whistle-blower, come online news chief, come author of fiction, literally.

        If James refuses to say a word about his former colleague/collaborator, can Brock at least, give us his honest take of his one time employer, Sibel?

        And Spiro! Spiro! Spiro! If you should happen to be reading this, tell us please what you know about the dear Princess, the real inside dope!


        • pearl says:

          It appears you and I share similar morbid curiosities, Candlelight. Every now and then I take a peek at Newsbud and noticed months ago that Spiro disappeared. She moved to Turkey, even ran a brief series highlighting their lovely culture, cuisine, etc., like something you’d see on PBS.

          I laughed out loud when I watched one of her recent preview videos in which she’s wearing some pretty feminine head covering, and she bowed her head when she was done speaking – excruciatingly theatrical! What on earth was that all about?

          Anyway, watching the Broze video last Friday, that was the first I’d seen of Spiro since Newsbud. It looks like he’s now flying solo as well as a contributor over at Activist Post. I dunno, watching just one of his vids, I get the same sensational vibe that I got at Newsbud, but to each his own.

          By the way, I’ve been thoroughly enjoying reading your and Alexandre’s back-n-forth under the CIA newsletter. You both are such communication extraordinaires and have me ruminating on your thoughts throughout my days. Thank you!

          Just now, I’m about to watch the Smother’s Brothers link you posted. Love those guys! Last year, on Directv’s Audience channel, I watched a documentary on John Lennon and was surprised to learn that one (or was it both?) of those brothers hung out with Lennon and Yoko during their “bed-in” and that Tommy Smothers played acoustic guitar on “Give Peace a Chance”. Interesting trivia eh?

          • manbearpig says:

            “…She moved to Turkey, even ran a brief series highlighting their lovely culture, cuisine, etc., like something you’d see on PBS.

            I laughed out loud when I watched one of her recent preview videos in which she’s wearing some pretty feminine head covering, and she bowed her head when she was done speaking – excruciatingly theatrical! What on earth was that all about?…”

            Geez, I dunno, Pearl; sounds pretty standard for the most gagged woman in History don’t ya think?

            I mean, she did earn her retirement; providing red herrings, tittytainment and confusion during the critical post 9/11 period, dividing truthers, LIHOPS vs MIHOPS, taking attention off central issues by focussing on titillating secret services sex scandals, Didn’t she major in Gatekeeping at George Washinton University? using Gladio truths to hide the truth, leading people on for years: not her fault though! Let Sibel Speak for god sakes!! damn gag that seemed to fall conveniently enough when she published her pulp fiction starring herself, tick tick ticking over the years in the limelight before going off like the calculated time bomb she was in an attempt to annihilate the credibility of Beeley and Bartlett and the whole truth movement along with them…well on that count, maybe she didn’t earn her retirement after all… Gag indeed…as in Blarf!! ’nuff said…

          • pearl says:

            Just finished the video on the Smother’s Brothers Comedy Hour. I had no idea the extent of their comedic brilliance, their censorship, or their struggle with CBS; it was all very enlightening. I was born in 68 so I’m trying to recall how I came to see them on TV in the 70s. Must’ve been re-runs or guest appearances (?). Anyway, my appreciation for them is increased.

  17. Skip Tomalou says:

    I take this as authoritative…

    Francis Boyle: Wuhan Coronavirus is an Offensive Biological Warfare Weapon

    in the context of this…
    Anthrax War CBC The Passionate Eye FULL! Dr. David Kelly / Biological warfare

    The modern era of bio-warfare is generally swept under the rug.
    Note Boyle’s comments about the trustworthiness of the CDC, WHO and the Gates Foundation at the end of his interview. All coherent with the technocratic coup that James, et al. do a good job of illustrating.

    Have fun in Mexico, James!

  18. Nusuth says:

    Spent the last weekend building a large compost pile. There in between ply wood sheets pinned to 4×4 lumber, my garbage turns to life. I will spread that garbage/life/compost onto the little land I have, and I will food, hopefully a lot of food. But most certainly even if i fail to grow food the compost will impart its microbial life to the soil and future life will be sustained.

  19. Nusuth says:

    Spent the last weekend building a large compost pile. There in between ply wood sheets pinned to 4×4 lumber, my garbage turns to life. I will spread that garbage/life/compost onto the little land I have, and I will grow food, hopefully a lot of food. But most certainly even if I fail to grow food the compost will impart its microbial life to the soil and future life will be sustained.

    When I look around cities I see garbage, the businesses that are there are garbage, but we can compost them, into living spaces for everyone. Start converting commercial space into residential , re-purpose materials for green houses on all buildings, Start using your resourses for the people. What do we need all this commercial business for if its not enriching us?

    Ask for more

    Maybe you don’t agree with me, but if you have a bunch of garbage you should compost.

  20. stephen11 says:

    Februarius mensis: month of purification. A time to burn offerings and purify the soul.

    Please, allow me to initiate the Saturday ritual with an offering.

  21. manbearpig says:

    purification, up in smoke and a cover or two: Lyonese Jazz n jazzy pop:

    The Glossy Sisters

  22. dooglio says:

    I saw James’ presentation at Anarchapulco live yesterday and it was AWESOME. He walked in from the back dressed as a priest, singing a psuedo-latin text and hitting himself on the head with his clipboard. Then he delivered his “Church of the State” sermon. Hilarious! Statetheists, he claimed, were spawns of the devil.

    A very powerful talk. Although full of humor, the topic is deadly serious. The state *is* indeed a religion and we are its heretics.

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Thank you dooglio! That is a great reporteering. I was wondering.

    • manbearpig says:

      Wow! Awesome! Did Statist Jim crash the party??

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      dooglio says:
      I saw James’ presentation at Anarchapulco live yesterday and it was AWESOME….


      And for the record on this Open Thread of February 2020…

      On Thursday February 13, researchers James Corbett and Derrick Broze sat down for their first face to face conversation on a wide range of topics including censorship, coronavirus, the endless rabbit hole, technocracy, researching tools, and much more.
      Is There Light at the End of the Rabbit Hole? with James Corbett courtesy of Derrick Broze / The Conscious Resistance
      (43 minutes)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      On the Corbett Report website…
      February 16, 2020
      (Published Feb 14th)
      (during Anarchapulco 2020)
      compliments of Luke at WeAreChange
      Alternative Media Supergroup Speaks Before Being Censored!
      (12 minutes)
      James Corbett
      Dan Dicks
      Josh Sigurdson
      Josh Friedman
      Luke Rudkowski

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      (see the comments above on this sub-thread up to Corbett Member dooglio)

      February 20, 2020
      Around 10 pm U.S. Central Time

      Josh Sigurdson
      James Corbett On The FALL Of Empires & The Coming Cashless Society!

      Josh Sigurdson talks with James Corbett of The Corbett Report about the utilization of fear by the state in order to bring the populace to heel.
      It appears this method of fear very well could be turning around on the state as we see signs of fracturing in the fabric of the global order. Could the empire be about to fall like we saw in ancient Rome?
      James also talks about the very clear and important differences between the centrally planned cashless society and the rise of decentralized properly fundamentally useful cryptocurrencies and blockchain infrastructure technology. Far too often people conflate one of the solutions with the problem and it perpetuates the problem.

      We appreciate talking with James Corbett. He is quite likely the most informative channel on YouTube.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Josh and James discussed
        Bitcoin – Decentralized Currency

        By the way, James Corbett does still take Bitcoin, although it is not listed on the website.
        Just email him, and he will give you details on where to send it.

        I am disappointed about the current hype on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
        A few years back, it looked like a great tool to decentralize exchange between people.
        Now, almost all the hype is about speculation on price increases, and buying and selling like a commodity or currency.
        Personally, I have no problem with speculating.
        But the soul of Bitcoin was its decentralization aspect.

        2019 TAX Year – U.S. Tax Code changes
        The IRS added a new question to the Schedule 1 form about your dealings with cryptocurrency.
        It asks:
        “At any time during 2019, did you receive, sell, send, exchange or otherwise acquire any financial interest in any virtual currency?”

        (Follow the link within the article below for more details.)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      “Press For Truth’s” Dan Dicks and Richard Gage
      NEW 911 Report By UAF DESTROYS Official Narrative On Collapse Of Building 7!!!

      Video published February 19, 2020

      In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth interviews Richard Gage of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth about their partnership with the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) in releasing the draft report of a four-year computer modeling study of WTC 7’s collapse conducted by researchers in the university’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The UAF WTC 7 report concludes that the collapse of WTC 7 on 9/11 was caused not by fire but rather by the near-simultaneous failure of every column in the building.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      More Anarchapulco…
      (posted on The Corbett Report website around Saturday night, Feb 22nd)
      Dan Dicks interviews James Corbett

      In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth speaks with James Corbett of The Corbett Report about the moving of the goalposts when it comes to referring to “climate change” and how this rebranding effort is designed to convince you that human beings are the cause of an ever growing climate emergency that only government can save us from.

      Greta how dare you Thunberg is on a mission to convince you that YOU are the problem and that more government is the solution. In the 80’s we were told it was the “greenhouse effect” in the 90’s it was “global warming” that morphed into “climate change” which is now being rebranded as “climate emergency” in an effort to ramp up the fear needed for offering a global solution.

      Climate Alarmists Are “Moving The Goalposts” To SCARE YOU Into Submission!
      (10 minutes)

  23. manbearpig says:

    “Everybody hear the rythmn, it’s out tonight!”

  24. seth.w.h says:

    Once upon a time there were three little pigs.
    The first little pig was a simple little pig. He danced around all day wallowing in the mud and playing his flute. So when winter came he didn’t have anywhere to stay and so he asked the farmer for help and the farmer said “here is a house made of hay, you can stay here and we will give you and your family all that they need.” And the first little pig was as happy as could be.
    The second little pig was an honest little pig. He loved to dance all day and play his fiddle, but he knew that winter was coming and it wasn’t right to depend on the farmer and so he went to the bank and bought a 30 year mortgage for a house of sticks so that he would be able to care for his family and maybe one day when he was old, and his body worn down from years of labor, and plagued by disease, he could play his fiddle and rest a little. He worked hard and slaved all day and night doing everything he could to pay his mortgage and provide for his family and hoped they would all be happy one day.
    The third little pig was a jolly little pig. He loved to dance all day and toot his horn. Papa pig was able to send him to Little Pig State University and he learned how everything on the farm worked. He never worried about winter because he made a good living sitting on the board of his father’s trust endowment. He was able to buy a nice brick house and was happy all his days and was able to dance and play.
    One day the big bad wolf saw the three little pigs dancing and playing and didn’t like it at all because he had to live in the dark woods and could never dance and play. So the big bad wolf declared a jihad on the three little pigs and tried to blow the three pigs houses down.
    The three little pigs cried and cried because they didn’t know what to do, so they asked the farmer for help to keep them secure. The farmer said “sure, I will build a big fence and have my hounds watch the fence, and you can pay me a little every year for what I do”. The three little pigs loved this idea and laughed and played and payed the farmer a little more every year to keep them secure.
    Soon enough the farmer needed more to pay for the fence and keep all his hounds fed so he told the three little pigs he needed to raise their taxes. The pigs said they already pay him for that and they don’t want to pay any more.

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

  25. cooly says:

    Ok then. I’ll get on the Saturday Night Music bandwagon this weekend.

    Back in the 80’s Ryuichi Sakamoto put out an album called Neo Geo. There are a couple songs that I listen to frequently on the net. I don’t know what the ladies are singing about, it’s in Japanese. The tunes are pretty and kind of hypnotizing. They are

    Neo Geo
    Okinawa song

    Maybe someone out there will also enjoy them.
    Carry on.

  26. PaulDiggsJazz says:

    File this under solutions:
    Licorice root extract kills coronavirus!

    Published in The Lancet in 2003
    Glycyrrhizin, an active component of liquorice roots, and replication of SARS-associated coronavirus

    Licorice root has been known for its antiviral and antimicrobial properties for centuries and has been a mainstay in traditional Chinese medicine.

    So with a healthy immune system and proper nutrition, a few cups of licorice tea or some sticks of black licorice candy could cure or prevent corona virus infection. But then Big Pharma can’t make money on pushing a dubious vaccine.

    And don’t forget about Garlic, one of the most powerful antivirals known to man.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks Paul.
      Actually, almost every evening after dinner I snack on a few of my Panda brand licorice. I have the supplement licorice root also.
      Licorice can have other health benefits also, or help with a cough.

      It is important to note that for some people, they can over do it.
      So, if an individual is taking licorice and feels “off”, then it might be wise to back off.

      • PaulDiggsJazz says:

        You’re absolutely correct. That’s why many licorice candies substitute anise because people tend to overdue sweets. Licorice is a powerful medicinal plant (that happens to taste great). Natural herbal medicine is far safer than pharmaceutical medicine, but like any medicine, it must be done intelligently and with information.

        By the way, here is Dr. Judy Mikovits (Molecular Biologist) interviewed on Ernest Hancock’s “Declare your Independence Show”. She gives a lot of background on coronavirus, and connects the dots with this and previous outbreaks like Ebola, Zika, etc. Her takeaway is that if you are healthy and your immune system is not compromised by vaccines and pharmaceuticals that there is little to worry about.!/v/ernesthancock/QmW2A8mFmgDaxcCdeKVsrAzxbwk5ST5sEkLBp7HVcMEbjZ

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          PaulDiggsJazz says:
          “Dr. Judy Mikovits (Molecular Biologist) interviewed on Ernest Hancock’s show… Her takeaway is that if you are healthy and your immune system is not compromised by vaccines and pharmaceuticals that there is little to worry about.”

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Here is an interesting anecdote about “Star Anise”.

          I worked in the Vitamin/Supplement section of a natural grocer for 3 years seeing over 100 people per day.

          An Indian fellow told me that he uses Star Anise and drops it in a cup to make a tea any time he felt a cold or illness coming on.
          He swore by it as a remedy to a quick recovery.

          Although I have Star Anise in my pantry, I haven’t really given it my personal test for an affliction.

          • PaulDiggsJazz says:

            I shall have to investigate Star Anise.

            My go to when I feel a bug coming on is a blend of Echinacea and Goldenseal (60/40% by mass) as an immune system booster and antimicrobial/antiviral. Knocks out the bugs without disrupting the gut biom.

            If I need to pull out the big guns I will mince up 3-4 large garlic cloves and a teaspoon of cayenne pepper, wash it down with water to which I add 3 grams of vitamin C, wrap up in a blanket and sweat like a pig for about 3 hours. Works every time.

  27. Fawlty Towers says:

    During the “Is There Light at the End of the Rabbit Hole? Derrick Broze with James Corbett” interview, the talk shifted to…

    … the future of Youtube and other alt-media news video channels…

    Here’s my $0.02

    Probably only when Youtube actually pulls the plug on the majority of quality alt-media channels such as James’ channel, will we see the alt-media get serious about finding alternative ways to stream/get their info out.

    But… you can bet your bottom dollar that just as Youtube was quickly gobbled up by Google, no matter what new winning alt-media method(s) of communication surface(s), and how well-intentioned they are, they will inevitably be gobbled up by some mainstream Goliath.

    Unfortunately it is the homeostasis of the internet.

  28. sTevo says:

    It’s Saturday night and Corbett left instructions to talk music, if you got nothing.

    Here’s my recommendation: Kitty History. Give it a listen and tell me this doesn’t strike a chord!

  29. padraig says:

    does anyone know
    where the love of god goes
    when the waves
    turn the minutes to hours

    name that tune!

  30. padraig says:

    plonkers. statist james was offering 17 fiat dollars fora timely response.

  31. sTevo says:

    I worked at the shipyard back in the day and the Thresher was a daily

    In the article they mention the Edmond Fitz.

    There are four folk songs about the lost nuclear sub.

  32. PaulDiggsJazz says:

    Well if we’re to go for music, how about a little Mingus?

    Charles Mingus – Moanin’

    Charles Mingus – Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting (Antibes 1960)

    Charles Mingus – The Clown 1957 (Full Album)

  33. zyxzevn says:

    More music:

    Rousseau classic piano

    Allesandro Safina – Classical/popular singing

    Gamazda – Piano with modern songs

    Classic Moonlight on Piano and Cello

    Loud Hardrock
    Judas Priest / Painkiller (Guitar Cover) Yuki of D_Drive

    “Eat it” / Beat It parody

  34. bryap says:

    [SNIP – Please provide a short description for any link so that people know why they should click on it. – JC]

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I am puzzled by your link and what it is supposed to imply.
      (By the way, it is appropriate protocol to always describe links in the comment section.)

      Here is the Global Times (THE Chinese Newspaper) article about the rumor of patient zero.

      …Wei Hongping, a research fellow at the Wuhan Institute of Virology and mentor of Huang, posted on his WeChat Moments that he recently called Huang and confirmed Huang was in good heath, the National Business Daily reported on Sunday.

      Shi Zhengli, a research fellow at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, said on Saturday evening, “I can promise that not a single person was infected at our institute, including graduate students. We have zero infection cases,” reported the Beijing News on Sunday.

      Another scientist from the institute, Chen Quanjiao, added, “The Wuhan Institute of Virology has no infections, and the patient zero did not come from us,” the Beijing News reported….

  35. manbearpig says:

    Is there light at the end of the rabbit hole?

    Came to Corbett for straight talk on the state of the union.

    Stayed for the solid research, analysis, perspectives and insights.

    Along came the comments section.

    Stayed for the convos with Corbetteers, linked and debated with respect, humour and passion.

    This dizzying tumble through the Cassandra complex spiralling down the rabbit hole over the years watching wide-eyed as conspiracy nightmares become normie realities

    this site has become a sort of life line helping to stay safe and sane from all the spin.

    (ignore the visuals)

    • manbearpig says:

      forgot to mention the interviews!

      and some ten days ago I had a terrible tooth-ache. As I’m anything but stoic I complained about it to a colleague at the language school. However I did NO research on the net about it, nor did I text anything about it to anyone (I checked to be sure).

      Yet, shortly thereafter, during the afternoon, I started receiving toothpaste ads for sensitive teeth in my email box…?

      and I wonder why I keep receiving those weightwatcher’s ads…??

  36. generalbottlewasher says:

    Saturday has slipped us by. Now its Monday in the land of the rising sun . The sun is setting in the Rhone valley and the alpin-glow bathing the Dents de Medi in warm pink and orange luster. The midwestern US sets under a gray overcast at high noon. Cold…
    I find myself humming a Jaco Pastorius tune. Man could he play the bass. Saturdays gone like Jaco, Nafieh, Bruce, Munsun , Cale, Leon, Raddel, Blackwell, Pryor, Strader, Triplehorn, Davis, Riggs,Murray, Lefave, all gone before half time.
    Gone but not forgotten. The Chicken, Jaco Pastorius

    • pearl says:

      Nice selection, but I’m groovin’ to this classical version of the sound of silence:

      • manbearpig says:

        And I’m groovin’ to the music of Romola’s voice illuminating the obscurities of the coronavirus to which I’ve paid ZERO attention until about an hour ago… for some reason…and 5G…

        • pearl says:

          …to which I’ve paid ZERO attention until about an hour ago…

          You and me both. Recalling the swine flu flop and every flu season since, I’ve had little respect for this topic but I did watch HRS’ link Friday night of Broze’s update and spent this morning reading a few more articles. Curious and intrigued, I’ll ctrl+F this page to see who Romola is and what she’s saying.

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Pearl thats lateral thinking. Rockefeller funded music no doubt. You got a Texas size sence a humor. I got a TV/HiFi that I play that music on constantly.

        • pearl says:

          My daughter brought it to my attention yesterday, something her music appreciation teacher showed in class (he wasn’t a supporter of it, thank God). But as I was watching it, I was honestly waiting for the punchline, but no, they’re totally serious. Wow.

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            Pearl, this is certainly performance art. I cannot connect it to music but those sophisticated enough to know call it art. Rockefeller inside joke im believing. They were pushing it hard in 1975 cause there was money made available and you know how goofy I am I was a candidate… I almost jumped on the band wagon but truly believed it to be subversive and didnt.
            You got good instincts and if your kids share things with you , you got them there. They wonT be fooled by these cons that roll down so innocuousnessly from the Rockefeller think tanks. This is ridiculous high brow derision.

      • manbearpig says:

        oh Pearl, wish I’d seen this yesterday – the tails were a dead giveaway – I have to admit, though, I have a weakness for Nola’s version (also in tails):

        I misspelled Ramola’s name. She gives a good overview of the contrived corona crisis and has a lovely voice and accent to boot. I was less frustrated with the pacing when I started making lemon banana bread as I listened.

        • pearl says:

          Hahaha! Bravo! Seriously…what’s remarkable there is Nola staying put for the duration! A trained cat! I had the honor of meeting a trained cat in a grocery store months ago; it stayed in the cart letting admirers stroke her long and lovely gray coat. Heaven!

          Nola reminded me of a true piano-playing cat named Nora (she has her own youtube channel). It’s the oddest, most adorable thing how she takes to the keys like catnip, purring and snuggling.

          I found the link to Romola’s interview with Cyrus Parsa which I started last night and will resume when I finish here. Only eleven minutes in and it was enough for me to remove my ipad from my bedroom for the night. NO MAS!

    • manbearpig says:

      yes, les dents du midi, a fav among romantic painters from various epoques:

    • manbearpig says:

      Incidentally, discovering tonight, Jaco’s prodigious for unwinding on a Friday night after a long week,

      will present him to my son the double bass player tomorrow.



  37. Ethan Hunter says:

    Just an observation…

    I am noticing during my job search that there are a number of jobs of teaching young kids in China English.

    Also, in the local Texas grade schools in the United States…they are teaching young kids Mandarin.

    Does this sound suspicious to you guys? Anyone else notice this trend?

  38. candlelight says:

    Alternative Media Supergroup Speaks Before Being Censored!

    Strange video. Or,rather strained video. lol

    Luke Rudkowski’s drill format seemed to trigger the “Marine” in James. I can’t say I’ve seen that performance before. It was also rather humorous how he snuck out of there.

    Speaking of censorship, where did the recently posted Anarchapulco interview with James and Derrick go/disappear to?

    Searching for it on Derrick’s website, theconsciousresistance, which I’ve never done before on Derrick’s website, it was really weird to see pulled up all the searches I’ve ever made on The Corbett Report website.

    Go figure?

    Anyway, I wanted to watch some highlights of it again, because it was pretty funny Derrick staring back at his camera man, twice, with wide “eyes-in-the-headlights” as James – if I may paraphrase – exclaimed he is not an intelligence operative! LOL

    me bad

    • pearl says:

      …with wide “eyes-in-the-headlights” as James – if I may paraphrase – exclaimed he is not an intelligence operative! LOL

      I laughed at that too!

      I guess it wasn’t an actual post, but rather just an embedded video from Broze’s youtube page (same with Luke Rudkowski’s video). Here ya go:

      • candlelight says:

        Ha ha, I guess you bad, too, Pearl!

        And, savvy! Thanks for being informative. “Embedded video”, never would have known.

        Can you perhaps explain, then, how my Corbett Report searches are also “embedded” on Derrick’s website?

        A manifestation of Firefox browser architecture?

        How much of a technology wizard might you be, Pearl?

        If you don’t know, no problem.


        And cooly,

        Glad I’m not alone. 🙂

        • pearl says:

          Not much of wiz I’m afraid, but I did work behind-the-scenes of a blog a few years ago and learned some things.

          But as for Broze’s site, I had a hell of a time finding the blasted search option as I was looking for the video you wanted (wasn’t there but at youtube). Going back to see if it stored my search terms, I lost it again! (I give up.) Anyway, I’m betting your browser is storing the cookies. I’ve tweaked mine and use the add-ons suggested by the very thorough step-by-step instructions given at the following link (if I can do it, you surely can!). Running the basic “disk clean up” is also recommended about every week (if you’re using windows):

          I’ll be interested to know if this solves your issue!

          • candlelight says:

            Thanks, pearl,

            I’ll check it out. But, I’m sort of a technophobe, and navigating through these things sets off question mark after question mark about if I even know what I’m doing, besides the question marks concerning “helpful” tools to promote ones privacy online…how do I know I won’t be placed in some “questionable” data base first?

            But, then again, like Ray Davies sings – “Paranoia will destroy ya”.

            If I follow through on any of the link’s suggestions, and I see some result, I’ll let you know.

            Thanks, again.

            PS: Kink’s ~ Destroyer – And it goes like this!


            cheers 🙂

            • pearl says:

              Wow! It’s been a few decades since I heard The Kinks – I love that one!

              And you’re right to be paranoid, because it all comes from a poisoned well. However, I do believe there is a great host of open source creators offering very helpful antidotes. At the very least, the add-on called “Cookie AutoDelete” will solve that annoying problem you mentioned.

              • manbearpig says:

                Give the people what they want. Best way to keep’em cooperative. I feel cooperative. How ’bout you Pearl?

              • candlelight says:

                Cookie Auto Delete, yes, I saw that. I’ll look into it.

                I, for one, though, I’m not overly concerned about all of the shenanigans – the cookies, the tracking, etc. I take it as a given. I take it as a given that


                we do online is being gathered, analyzed and stored, no matter how we may think we’re covering our tracks.

                Anyway, I just watched a video concerning the roll out of 5G, and what its true implications are for the future, with very thought provoking commentary on how every aspect of our lives, and I mean truly every aspect of our lives, are becoming Internet dependent. In 10 minutes, the video sums it all up. It’s not that it’s shocking for anyone on this board, as James could probably have written it himself, so, it’s nothing we haven’t heard already, in one way or another. Although, as the video mentions, the idea of there being already many patents for extreme high-tech systems in place is something I’ve never thought about.
                Also, along the lines of concern of Internet censorship that was expressed by the informal Alternative Media Supergroup at Anarchapulco of which James formed a part, the video talks about how cloud computing in the future will be its only architecture with the potential of enabling government complete control to lock the individual out of their own stuff, at any time and for any reason. Which brings to mind, in fact, one aspect of concern – the absolute danger, ultimately, of being dependent on digital currency, which is hinted at in the video. Listening to the founder of Anarchapulco, he’s a big believer in bitcoin, but, I’ve looked at it for awhile now as potentially being a godawful trap:


              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Good Video on 5G and technocracy and more.
                Thanks candlelight.
                BUMP BUMP

              • pearl says:

                That was a sobering, perfect length video to pass on to those not privy to technocracy.

                …no matter how we may think we’re covering our tracks.

                I agree completely. And my saying these open-source solutions were the antidote was too strong. I’m certainly not that naive nor optimistic. Rather they’re more like a sweet syrup to suppress the symptoms of nausea. They don’t make my internet presence blind to Big Brother, but perhaps they seriously frustrate the data vultures. My cookies disappear when I shut down my browser. Websites’ ads are blocked from my screen, and those owners who are nosey enough to track my mouse on their pages will not get cooperation from me. It’s a grim picture for sure, but I won’t resign myself entirely. Maybe they’re all techno-cebos, useless, lending a false sense of security. I honestly don’t know for sure…I wish MKey were here to shed some light on the matter.

                After I finally figured out why the search window wasn’t visible at Broze’s blog (I habitually downsize my window on the screen…when I extended just an inch, there it was!) and resumed to determine whether the site had saved my previous search result, it hadn’t. So there ya go: cookies deleted after each browsing session. That and a multitude of other internet annoyances are removed from my sight.

                MBP: Cooperative? God, I hope not. 🙂

    • cooly says:


      The vanishing interview…
      I found that odd also. I couldn’t find it this morning either. Fortunately HRS provided a link to it elsewhere on this thread. Otherwise I wouldn’t have seen it. Thanks HRS.

  39. cooly says:

    If I may make one more music recommend for the weekend…

    Band: 311
    Song: Stealing Happy Hours

  40. HomeRemedySupply says:

    February 17, 2020
    US Says Latest Sanctions Have Finally Thwarted Russia-Germany NS2 Gas Pipeline

    …Bloomberg reports the White House’s “top energy official said he’s confident that Russia won’t be able to complete the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea — and signaled that the U.S. will press forward with its opposition to the project.”

    It was spearheaded by Russian giant Gazprom and five European energy companies, including French electricity and gas firm Engie SA and Royal Dutch, and the Swiss company Allseas Group SA, among others; however, primary pipeline layer Allseas pulled out of the project under pressure from US sanctions. Gazprom then said it would outfit its own ships to circumvent the sanctions after Allseas dropped out.

    U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette, however, said of Gazprom’s efforts, “they can’t,” while denying the Russian energy giant’s claim that it will only face a “short delay”.

    “It’s going to be a very long delay, because Russia doesn’t have the technology,” Brouillette said while speaking on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference over the weekend. “If they develop it, we’ll see what they do. But I don’t think it’s as easy as saying, well, we’re almost there, we’re just going to finish it.”

    Washington’s stance has put a significant awkward rift between it and its European ally Germany, after Berlin vowed it would see the project through while accusing the US of “interference” and “meddling” in Europe’s energy independence….

  41. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I am requesting help from Corbett Report Members with an experiment on YouTube censorship.

    #1 ~ Please go to

    #2 ~ Please copy and paste this phrase (with “”) into the SEARCH BAR.
    “ozone and ultraviolet light blood therapy”

    Make a mental note of what came up.

    #3 ~ Now please do a new search. Enter this phrase:
    coronavirus “ozone and ultraviolet light blood therapy”
    coronavirus and “ozone and ultraviolet light blood therapy”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      On #3, all I get is…

      …Get the latest information from the World Health Organization about coronavirus.

      with the World Health Organization emblem.

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Ditto Homey. Youtube coronavirus and dogs, hundreds. Any combination of dogs and OULT, hundreds. Any combination of OULT and coronavirus go to WHO.

      • candlelight says:

        Likewise, I got the same results as you, as did gbw. It’s interesting to note two things: 1. without the quotes, there are numerous results about ultraviolet therapy used with various diseases, except none about coronavirus. 2. That single result with the WHO emblem has the look of an official public announcement, with its emblem and special shading; also, it takes you straight to the WHO’s website.

        I guess nobody has thought to put the two together – coronavirus and uv therapy.

      • Octium says:

        I got told the search was repeated without the quotes.

        First 6 links went here….


      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Feb 3, 2020
        via Associated Press
        WHO partners with Google to fight coronavirus misinformation

        The World Health Organization is working with Google to ensure that people get facts from WHO first when they search for information about the new virus that recently emerged in China.

        Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told the opening of WHO’s executive board meeting on Monday that social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Tencent, and TikTok have also taken steps to limit the spread of misinformation and rumors about the virus and outbreak that first emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan in late December and has now spread to 23 other countries.

        “To that end, we have worked with Google to make sure people searching for information about coronavirus see WHO information at the top of their search results,” he said…

        …Since the outbreak began, a number of misleading claims and hoaxes about the virus have circulated online. They include false conspiracy theories that the virus was created in a lab and that vaccines have already been manufactured, exaggerations about the number of sick and dead, and claims about bogus cures.

        On Sunday, WHO lamented that the outbreak and response have been accompanied “by a massive ‘infodemic’ – an overabundance of information, some accurate and some not – that makes it hard for people to find trustworthy sources and reliable guidance when they need it.”….

    • manbearpig says:

      To be precise for just “ozone and ultraviolet light blood therapy” I got:

      1: Ozone and Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation for Ebola and MRSA
      2: Physician’s Testimony on Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation and Ozone
      3: Benefits of Ozone Blood Therapy Treatment

      And for “coronavirus “ozone and ultraviolet light blood therapy””
      “coronavirus and “ozone and ultraviolet light blood therapy””

      I only got the WHO (OMS) announcement like you.

  42. wylie1 says:

    Whistle BLOWER- Secret Plot to NUKE parts of the USA Exposed!
    Skip ahead 14 seconds, to skip the odd loud noises at the beginning of the video.

    It is an older video that I found recently and Karen Hudes is the only source [I can currently find] for this quote:

    “I must confess, from my position in this high and noble office, that the anarchists were correct all along. The government is illegitimate, and I intend to tell the American people about this.” –JFK (supposedly 7 days before assassinated)

    Was going to suggest James interview her but she either had a health event or was more successfully attacked with something. I’m wondering if any of the other whistleblowers she worked with would give us a status update on where things are at and what needs to be done …to convert worlds fiat money to gold. Says there is much more gold than most realize, under the control of the World Bank, which she prevented the banksters from stealing before she was fired. Is it still there now?

    • wylie1 says:

      Update: Watched a more recent video of hers, Late January 2020. She is doing a lot better now. Me thinks could be interesting interview on a REAL SOLUTION towards getting out from under the bankster system that people could help towards, if they need more numerous people in some capacity.

  43. manbearpig says:

    filmed this going to work this morning:

    NNNAAAAAAAAhhhhh, just joshin’ ya! A student told me about them today!

    This one’s amazing:

    • pearl says:

      That was great!

      Rats! The second link leads to a blank white page.

      • manbearpig says:

        please don’t get mad at me dear Pearl but did you add the “Y” onto the beginning of the link (to spell YouTube)??

        Please forget that crass and thankless question!

        YOU are a Pearl and for You:


        • pearl says:



          • manbearpig says:

            Oh of course MADAME feels she must FLAUNT her ITALIC skills in comment boxes so as to BELITTLE those who’ve DECIDED to forgo such artificial methods of persuasive communication!!

            Yes, I’ve TRANSCENDED such a SLANTED vision of the world!!…

            And as far as Robert Hoogland is concerned…

            Words can’t describe the outrage, the crime, the perversity, the violence this child and his father have had to confront and

            as much as I’m revolted by the fact that the interviewer used this man’s tragedy to further a political cause (Maxime Bernier??), and as much as I’m not at all Bible oriented, and as much as I’d suggest that this all began with the Rockefeller-funded Kinsey reports:

            From Wiki:

            “Kinsey obtained research funding from the Rockefeller Foundation, which enabled him to further study human sexual behavior. … These publications later became known as the Kinsey Reports.”

            this man Hoogland is strong, level-headed and loving, and I had no idea that the perversion was so deeply institutionalized within the national boundries that produced Mr. Corbett.

            So I forgive you Miss Pearl, for ruining my evening…

            Thank you for making me less ignorant. But this Hoogland story is tragic.

            • manbearpig says:

              this child and “his father” should probably be this child and “her father”… my emotive post-reproductive burgandy-induced gender dysphoria flaring up again…??

            • pearl says:

              I was very impressed by him as well. Never heard of either of them before I watched the interview. At first I figured she was secular, but then…Oh well, this fight is bigger than all that.

            • pearl says:

              Speaking of Kinsey, the source of the links I posted was the first place I learned about his experiments way back when, about the time that movie starring Liam Neeson was released. My bias aside, they’re doing good work exposing such issues.

              • manbearpig says:

                gmornin’ Pearl,

                Yea, I’ll take a closer look at your link as I hastily put mine just to show the Rockefeller/Kinsey link. Studying male sexuality in and of itself seems like a perfectly laudable if not fascinating thing to do.

                It’s when weird stuff starts happening with kids that I draw the line as was allegedly the case with Kinsey and his studies. Haven’t looked at all that in a while; it just came to mind watching your linked Hoogland video…

                Anyhow, be well!

              • pearl says:

                Looking just now so you don’t have to (the christianease can get heavy depending on one’s threshold), they favorably refer to the work of Judith Reisman as well as carry a film called “The Kinsey Syndrome”. He was one sick and evil bastard.


  44. pearl says:

    Happenings on the transgender front:

    “On February 10th, Rob Hoogland, the Canadian father who was court ordered to remain silent regarding the court-allowed gender-transitioning treatments of his 14-year-old daughter, broke silence and did an interview. Shortly after the interview was posted, the woman who interviewed Mr. Hoogland was ordered by lawyers to remove the video and was summoned to court on February 13th.


    “Basically, the Canadian courts have forbidden the father of the “transitioning” daughter to speak publicly about what has happened and how his rights to protect his child were completely stripped. Yesterday, we received an e-mail from one of our Canadian readers who sent us a link to a video interview with the father that was done this week. Facebook and YouTube have apparently already removed the video, but it can still be watched at another website (see below)*. We urge you to watch this before it completely disappears. It will help you to understand the battle that Canadian parents are facing right now and how the Canadian courts are allowing the tragic abuse of Canadian children to take place.”



    *That other website was Bitchute, but they removed the video as well. Very disappointing.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Pearl, Thanks so much for bringing up this topic.
      A few months ago, I was going to post a comment about an event in Texas, but it was so disgusting and so sad, I hated to put it on the message board.
      Here it is..

      Brain Rape and Sexual Mutilation of Children
      In Texas, there are twin 7 year old boys, James and Jude.
      Custody was shared between both divorced parents.
      The Mother (not the biological mother) of the boys is an M.D., a Pediatrician in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex.

      Starting at around the age of two, the Mother started reading stories which were of the liberal “gender question” tint to James.
      James was targeted by the Mother.
      The Mother (Dr. Anne) starts dressing James in girl’s clothes when he is at her house, but James wears boy’s clothes at his Father’s home.
      At this time, the Mother demands to chemically and surgically change James into a girl.
      The saga gets more and more insane.

      Here is a July 2019 RT interview with Jeff Younger, the father of a boy assigned for sex change therapy.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        October 22, 2019
        Article by Ethan Huff
        Texas jury rules in favor of chemical castration of 7-year-old boy whose mother wants to “transition” him into a girl… father forced to take “tolerance” classes

        A jury in Dallas, Texas, has decided that a seven-year-old boy will be restricted from further seeing his loving biological father, and instead be placed into the sole custody of Dr. Anne Georgulas, a woman to whom the child is not even biologically related who’s planning to forcibly convert him into a “girl” using puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones.

        In a shocking 11-1 decision, Texas jurors decided that Jeffrey Younger, the father of seven-year-old James, will not be granted his request for Sole Managing Conservatorship over both James and his twin brother, Jude. Instead, they decided to grant that Sole Managing Conservatorship to Dr. Georgulas, whom we’ve previously reported appears to be suffering from a mental disease known as Munchausen syndrome by proxy.

        In earlier coverage of this ongoing case, Natural News explained how Dr. Georgulas has been forcing young James to live as a “transgender female” against his will, which James’ father, Jeffrey, had tried to protect him from by seeking a legal remedy to have the boy permanently removed from her custody. But instead of recognizing that James is being abused by his fake mother and siding with the boy’s biological father, the Texas jury decided to side with Dr. Georgulas.

        Besides losing custody of his two sons, Jeffrey is also reportedly being forced by the jury to attend “tolerance” classes that aim to brainwash him into accepting transgenderism as normal, against his religious and moral views. This could be a counter-case in and of itself, as the jury’s ruling violates Jeffrey’s God-given and constitutionally protected right to freedom of religion….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Dr. Anne Georgulas’ clinic…
        Dr. Anne Pediatrics
        Modern Parenting, Classic Healthcare

        On the “Frequently Asked Questions” webpage…
        “Dr. Anne Pediatrics performs circumcisions. Many families prefer that the procedure be done in the hospital.”

        On the website’s Blog, Dr. Anne has this article
        “Should My Child Have a Behavioral Consultation?”

        I pity the child and parents who have a Behavioral Consultation with Dr. Anne.

      • pearl says:

        Natural News says she “appears to be suffering from a mental disease known as Munchausen syndrome by proxy.”

        And she’s a pediatrician. And a Texas jury ruled in her favor?! I don’t know jack about family court and how all that works, but it’s situations like this that pull me in the direction toward voting, for conservative judges who would hopefully recognize the glaring insanity and throw out such verdicts.

        Absolutely heartbreaking.

        Last year, I watched a documentary on RT about sex-change regret. There is a movement and they need all the help, compassion, support and recognition they can get. One gentleman in the film is Walt Heyer:

        “Heyer is the founder of Sex Change Regret and is reportedly hearing from many more people who now feel as he does.”

        “We get letters from parents or the transgenders themselves asking for help, after they’ve lived the life like I did for five, six, 15, 18, 20, all the way up to 30 years. And they are saying ‘Walt, can you help me de-transition. This was the biggest mistake of my life.'”

        “He recently helped a schoolteacher, a pharmacist, and his good friend Jamie Shupe, the first man to be legally recognized in the United States as ‘non-binary.'”

        “‘I think it’s important for us to realize that there is nothing good about affirming a young boy at four years old like my grandma did me,’ he said.”

        “Heyer’s grandmother put him a purple chiffon dress and told him how wonderful he looked, which confused him. Children should not be sent those kinds of messages because it communicates that there is something wrong with them, Heyer said.”

        “That is child abuse,” he asserted. “We need to be calling it what it is. It’s not affirming a child. It’s causing them to be depressed and anxious about who they are.”

        “The only reason I am able to speak to you today is because after 46 years dealing with this issue, I was able to de-transition in 1990 after I had psychotherapy, the very same psychotherapy [transgender activists] are trying to prevent people from having. Why? Because they don’t want them to de-transition.”

        “It’s painful to get these emails from people whose lives have been totally torn apart.”

        The documentary:

        • pearl says:

          “There is a movement…”

          Wrong word, again. That makes ’em sound like #metoo or blacklives; yikes. Maybe more like a politically inconvenient, silent exodus? Whatever, but their numbers are sure to increase in the next decades given these growth-stunting, life-altering experiments enforced on emotionally manipulated children.

    • stephen11 says:

      Mr. Hoogland’s face says a lot at the beginning of this video.

      I live in a very gender bending state in the U.S. and I’m totally ignorant about whats going on in the schools these days.

      Thanks for posting.

  45. Fawlty Towers says:

    The dumbing down of the masses.
    The MSM sure ain’t helping.

    Has anyone else noticed how more and more difficult it is to read news stories from the MSM at their websites?

    The majority of news stories are now in video form rather than electronic type/words.
    Is this because the public is getting more and more illiterate or because
    the MSM is getting more and more lazy?

    You’d think they would offer an option to either read the news story or view it on video, but no, there is no option.

    • wylie1 says:

      A hypothesis: Since MSM ratings are in the toilet, it would seem their goal is to propagandize as many as remain to listen, as cheaply as possible?

  46. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Feb 18, 2020
    New device captures cows’ methane-filled burps
    (90 second video)

    An England-based company is aiming to reduce the cattle industry’s impact on the environment through a new device that turns each methane-filled cow burp into carbon dioxide and water. Yahaira Jacquez reports.

  47. nellemaxey says:

    The Canadian Colonialism Problem

    Please watch a Canadian parliamentarian respond:
    Elizabeth May Responds to Justin Trudeau’s Wet’suwet’en Statement
    •Feb 18, 2020

  48. HomeRemedySupply says:

    (Broc West’s Twitter reminded me of this…)

    Derrick Broze of The Conscious Resistance presents…

    “The 5G Trojan Horse” (Documentary)

    • CQ says:

      HRS, thanks for posting Derrick’s finally-released 5G documentary, which he mentioned in his interview with Corbett. As I scrolled for hours and hours through this massive comment section, I was hoping someone would mention this doc. Trust HRS to do the honors! Have you watched it yet? I haven’t seen any other show on this subject that’s as well-organized, as comprehensive, as interesting and as solution-oriented (all in the space of 96 minutes) as is Derrick’s doc. Out of five stars, he gets ten.

  49. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Corbett Report Member Camille has a 3 minute video (and other videos) which has garnered conversation on the thread of Corbett’s Feb 2nd article “The CIA, the NY Times, and the Art of the Limited Hangout”.

    Here is that short video…
    Wireless Earbuds to Read and Write the Brain

  50. alexandre says:

    Annie Jacobsen about DARPA and some other things

    James, I was watching something and Youtube suggested this video.

    Never heard of that woman and didn’t find anything here on you search. Maybe it’s useful since she talks about DARPA, Paperclip, CIA etc. Interestingly she leaves you OUT of existence, her span going from Snowden to “the desk journalist”. Still, maybe something interesting there. She at least talked to a lot of people including OSS officers and such.

    By the way she says these old timers call her “Annie” in the interviews, as opposed to “Mrs Jacobsen”, tells me that either she’s making it up, or she’s part of the family. Anyway…there it is.

    Hey, she did Rogan, I just found out, so she must be very mainstream. Gonna watch that now.

    Don’t get burned by the sun. Do you have your suntan lotion with you?

  51. wylie1 says:

    What do we really want from the

    Clearly I am not “we”. However, I would be willing to sacrifice a bunch of the daily/weekly stuff (except the New World Next Week) for zero output while James is working on another great documentary, which drew me, and likely many others, to this website in the first place. I’m guessing that is not the easier road, however, I can find other daily/weekly stuff, just sayin’.

    Not sure if this thread has petered out yet but anyone else feel the same?

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Wylie1; how about intermittent periods where he lays off the daily to finish the book. The great published, universally acclaimed and anticipated , BOOK.

      • wylie1 says:

        Intermittent is fine GBW. It would likely turn out to be intermittent, more or less, anyway, as folks typically need a break or rest periods in whatever they are doing. Even a change of subject and/or scenery to refresh perspectives. Maybe all the daily stuff is James’ break and will get back to a documentary on a part of history that needs a closer look than what so many have been fed in the govt indoctrination buildings.

  52. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Military World Games
    Wuhan 2019

    Wuhan is the capital of Hubei province.

    Starting October 18, 2019 and ending October 27th,
    The 7th Military World Games was the first international military multi-sport event to be held in China and also it was the largest military sports event ever to be held in China, with nearly 10,000 athletes from over 100 countries competed in 27 sports. (via Wikipedia)

    Here is the “Opening ceremony of 2019 Military World Games in Wuhan, China” with footage of Wuhan.
    (long video…I just watched short parts…around 158:00 is the U.N. tribute.)
    This “New China TV” GooTube Channel also has the Closing Ceremony.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Jennifer Zeng (whose Twitter is repeatedly mentioned at the top of this “Open Thread” under the COVID-19 – Coronavirus topic, had an interesting article on her blog.

      Wuhan Customs Holds 30 Days Countdown to Military Games and Emergency Response Drill at Ports
      Document is dated September 18, 2019
      (My note: Sometimes translations don’t convey the original intent or meaning, so “coronavirus” may mean something similar to SARS which is a coronavirus.)

      …With the Military Game opening within 30 days, the joint executive committee of the Wuhan Customs and Military Games Commission held this emergency response drill at the Wuhan Tianhe Airport, by the theme of “Safeguarding the Customs and Ensuring the Security of the Military Games.” The purpose of this drill was to enhance risk prevention at the ports, to increase the effectiveness of portal inspections, and to further strengthen the ability of Wuhan Custom to react to urgent incidents, especially in areas of public health and possible nuclear radiation overshoots.

      Emphasizing on “practical operation and practical results in practical events,” the drill was performed as if it was real, simulating an actual case of the Novel Coronavirus infection as recently discovered in the Wuhan airport. The drill practice involved epidemiological investigation, medical screening, temporary quarantine zone setting, isolation detention, case transfer, sanitary treatment, and other crucial risk management steps. Moreover, the drill also carefully simulated a recent discovery of baggage with overshooting nuclear radiation.

      Wu Yang, director of the Infectious Disease Prevention and Control Department of the Hubei Disease Control and Prevention Center of Hubei, said that the customs, as the forefront of the prevention and control of infectious diseases, has become the first guardian of the country’s security…

      …The customs has strengthened cooperation with the provincial Health Commission and the Wuhan Institute of Virology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and established mechanisms for notifying the epidemic, transferring cases, and cooperating on key infectious diseases….

    • alexandre says:

      Don’t know why but the phrase “Peace is our Profession”, which appears constantly in Kubrick’s Dr Strangelove, came to mind as the robotic intro hostess was talking. Man, that’s a scary video, and reminded me of some jobs I had to do in my life – that mix of endless idiotic / patriotic / jingoist music for big companies. God help me.

      • alexandre says:

        I’m watching it and trembling my legs. They’re introducing the countries. Argentina just came in, now Austria. Alphabetic order? This is gonna take years. My god where ever do you find these videos?

        Barbados were just 3 guys, but Belarus is about 50. Botswana…wtf….some soldiers have their phones up, filming. My god….oh shit, there comes Brazil..oh crap. There’s a girl in front of the delegations holding the flag, she walks with her head turned right and a giant smile surgically implanted, poor girl. People should watch this in its entirety. I’m doomed…HRS, what have you done to me?!

        • alexandre says:

          The flag and anthem of the International Military Sports Council!
          HELP! HELP!!

          • alexandre says:

            There’s a lake…and a man is running … and there’s a kind of opera…or symphony….the story of … the world?….and there’s a woman flying…and..a pianist..on an acrylic piano?? .. and….giant cloths….is that the music from Titanic?
            …holograms?..projections..?…Oh Shit…the UN thing…HELP!! HELP MEEE!!!
            HomeRemedySupply just threw me inside the international military Chinese collective artificial unconscious!! HELP!!!

            • candlelight says:

              No. This is a beautiful example of mass voluntarism, Chinese style. Nothing to fear, alexandre.

              Only, when you go out tonight to observe the heavens above, to quiet your mind, to contemplate the universe, to seek solace, and as the stars and the man-made satellites twinkle in the night, try to remember, it’s only temporary.

              cheers 🙂

              • alexandre says:

                As the Hindu say “Anything transitory is but a reference”. I think.

                No stars. It’s raining like the monsoon. February, carnaval, it always rains for days on end. Winter is the time.

                The China thing is specially strong for me because I’m too sensitive to symbols, rituals and the like (maybe I still have the mind of a 6 years old), and it’s a military thing, which makes my skin crawl. More than that, it’s an international military thing. It’s like the gangs gathering together in that film….what was it…The Warriors. And the military cosmos using art, music, ritual, dance etc it’s so creepy. Add China, the horrific technocracy, those girls smiling, the people waving flags, man it’s just too much. And it’s at night, just like the Nazi rituals were, because it has more impact on the psyche at night. In fact I had nightmares probably because of that. Woke up screaming and all.

              • candlelight says:

                Oh, man, you crack up, my brother!

                Oh, shit, are we allowed to say “my brother”? Actually, I never saw that go down, to tell you the troot.

                Well. you know what? Get ready. Cause I’m feelin’ cocked and loaded tonight! …..Just had to let my dog out – dog didn’t eat a came home tonight and my damned…never mind….I’m confused.

                Anywho, I don’t even know where to start, alexandre. I really don’t.

                Should we start with the most unusual phrase I ever heard? Man. C’mon man. Did you hear that really funny phrase that James came out with in that interview with that kid? You know, that super clean cut young fella James did the interview with , with that terribly disgusting grayish stucco background?
                Ha ha, I don’t mean to use up my 500 freaking words on this shit, but, did you hear what James said?….



                Jesus effing C!

                Alright. Enough.

                Listen, listen…..

                Forget the above. I’m just kidding around.

                But, on a serious matter, I was taken aback, myself, watching these insane Chinese hosted world military
                whatever. WTF was that!

                Well, in a way, thank god these people are deferring to the UN. You have to wonder, what if this freaking production was totally rogue???? Weees in trouble!!!!

                Shit. It wouldn’t be the UN. It would have to be god himself! to help us.!


                Sorry it was raining last night. When I wrote what I wrote, I actually knew that, weather-wise. Yes. I actually scoped out your neck of the woods wondering if you were having a starry night, or not. But, since what I was communicating was conceptual, it really wasn’t an issue. Though, it would have been nice 🙂

                I don’t know at the moment what else to say, cause, energy-wise I’m fading…. I shall return! just like Arnold —– “I’ll be back”… thud


              • alexandre says:

                Candlelight inspired like a mother….oh, are we allowed to say motherf….? Probably not.

                Mouth what? Mouth-hole? I think I missed that. What is that?
                By the way, I like that stony BG wall. I think it’s quite chic.

                China thing – I seriously had nightmares. Weees in a lot of trouble.

                Ok, have a glass of milk – or, quoting Denis Farina, “Relax, have a sandwich, drink a glass of milk, do some fucking thing”.


              • candlelight says:


            • CQ says:

              alexandre, I FOUND IT! I FOUND IT! Your words that had gbw in stitches. I’m surprised I’m able to type this. For at least five minutes I was unable to catch my breath. I was so weak, literally, that I could not sit up straight in my chair. Seriously. YOU ARE HYSTERICAL!!!!!

              When I first read your reactions to the WMG, I wondered what all the fuss was about.

              But now that I’m 30 minutes into watching the military men and women marching around the stadium and I’ve gone back to reread what you wrote, I’m convulsed with sobbing, agonizing, rib-wracking, torturous laughter.


              A few initial impressions of the first half-hour:
              — Each of the women holding up the names of the countries looks like she was spit out of a printer that produces multiple copies of the exact same image. You see how all of their heads are turned at an identical angle? And their smiles look, as you say, “frozen” onto their faces. And not at all sincere. I mean, they must have cloned the same woman 100 times, right?
              — Why are these women wearing bouncing stained-glass lampshades for skirts, I wonder?
              — What is that crazy blue-and-white shark-costumed mascot doing cheering the troops from the sidelines? That friendly “Jaws” makes the jingoistic feel to the event all the more bizarre.
              — Why did the audience roar their approval when the French contingent strode by? (By comparison, there was pin-drop- silence when the US forces strode grimly past the crowd.)
              — My emotions are swinging back and forth between abhorring what the programmed populace of every nation ALLOW their “overlords” to get away with (namely, exploiting young, innocent citizens and conditioning them to hate and kill like innocents in other countries) and, well, I have to admit, feeling empathy for every one marching by, because they’re all, to a greater or lesser degree, caught in a web of deception. Hard to explain my mixed sentiments.

              It’s probably SNIP time — and time to return to the agony of watching the opening and closing ceremonies and of laughing so helplessly at alexandre’s reaction that I’m in serious pain. HELP!!

              • alexandre says:

                Ah, I see now. Those reactions, yes. Well, they were sincere. Funny…and yet, sincere. I’m of an era (and surroundings) where it was well established that the military was an aberration. Dropping bombs, going insane, raping, pillaging, murdering babies, gang banging and getting away with anything, all in the name of bullshit – peace, security, defense etc – with public money. It was amazing to discover, long ago, that the Americans, and later the whole world, actually respect the military, all the talk of honor, morality and everything that goes out the window the second the word “war” is pronounced. It’s an insanity machine, an institutional nightmare of psychotic proportions, something that simply shouldn’t exist, let alone be respected or honored – or financed. After learning about the coups (military coups) in South America, the Nazis, the world wars, Palestine etc, and how all that unspeakable horror was out in the open, naively I thought “well, this shit has got to end soon”, but little that I knew, the world was taken over by this insanity and, if the Pentagon alone consumes so many trillions (of which 24 are missing!), the military world machine has got to be one of the main murderers of the planet. And everybody love it. So this ritual in China was especially troubling for a pacifist like myself (in case you haven’t noticed) because it’s international, like all the dementia machines of the world getting together for a surrealist “poetic” ritual. It’s so profoundly insane that it’s hard to really grasp the depths of it. In general people see it as “bah, yeah, some games, who cares”. But it’s all there for anyone to see. So yeah, it was actually sincere.

              • CQ says:

                I applaud and ditto your every sincere word, alexandre. I’m sure everyone here does.

                Though I was brought up by moral, kind, hard-working, well-educated parents, I wasn’t taught to question the military. Besides, my father’s “service” as a WWII bomber navigator was a source of pride to his family. It never occurred to me to think of the victims of the Army Air Corp’s bomb drops.

                I wasn’t a military brat, but I may as well have been. The Navy submarine base on the Thames River was close to our house, and we knew some of the officers. So was General Dynamics’ Electric Boat — and we knew some of the managers. So was the Coast Guard Academy — and we knew some of the cadets. The military, we had no reason NOT to believe, was our protector, our defender from outsiders’ aggression.

                Despite having awakened over the past decade from the fantasy that you, alexandre, have always seen through, I still pity, rather than loathe, each young man and woman who joins the military. They can’t help that they’ve been fooled. And if they’re not fooled, not blind, well, they have no other options, as they see it. They’re doing the best they know at the moment.

                Remember Pat Tillman? He was a bright guy, and super sincere and “patriotic.” Signing up after 9/11 was his highest tribute to his fellow Americans and to his then ill-formed concept of justice. He had no idea that something was rotten in the state of Denmark . . . until he saw it with his own eyes. Then, because he was a popular, charismatic public figure, he paid dearly for his newfound knowledge — with his life. Would that he had lived to tell the truth (about whatever corruption he discovered and was silenced for) to his buddies and to the world.

                I don’t blame you for being shocked and dismayed when you learned that the world in general respects, depends upon, and even idolizes the military. Thank you for sharing your rightful horror of this murder machine — and for making a deep impression on me, through your serious-but-humorous reaction to the ritual of the WMG in Wuhan.

              • alexandre says:

                Of course, almost all members are often clueless about the true spirit behind the mask – and this can be extended to everything, not only the military, but after almost a century watching the resulting horrors, it’s a bit ridiculous that the coin doesn’t drop. The Vietnam photo of the naked girl running with the f**d up skin would be enough, but, for mind control reasons, it’s always the “a rotten apple” syndrome. The advertising (mind control forced specially upon its members) is that it’s a good institution, only with some rotten apples once in a while. Advertising made this madhouse a sacred mythic institution, so people always buy it and so it goes on. I understand. So I’m not loathing the people. At the most I could tell them “COME ON!!”, I mean, how many pictures, books, docs and stories do you need to understand? My dog’s flees already got it, for heaven’s sake. But it’s just a vent, this opinion, just to let off steam, because reality goes in the opposite direction, which amazes me even more. “Peace is our profession” say the signs in Kubrick’s Strangelove. They truly defend the idea of killing and torturing in the name of justice and peace. The “defense” shite is always the greatest trick. Ugly foreigners will come and rape your children, sooo….we “need” the military. In the age of globalization and the internet, when people become closer and connected (we’re all brothers etc), this notion should be less and less credible, but exactly on this age, it becomes even stronger, with arseholes like Rogan saying “They want to kill people”, as if the objective of all the military budget of Iran was to “kill people”, while the quatrillion US budget is to “defend against them”, I mean the level is lower and dumber than a brick, but advertising makes miracles. They can “sell fridges to Esquimos”, as we used to say here. So yeah, it’s just to let off steam. Soon they will be our absolute kings and gods, and maybe then some people will learn, when they have their kids and friends being penetrated by electric wires in some “enhanced interrogation” session. There was a man who spoke about “the crime of unconsciousness”, like it’s no excuse to say “I didn’t know”, but I can’t talk about him here. He was talking about Germany after WWII. So there you go. But I’m glad I caused some laughs, because all and all, that China thing is very funny.

                Carnaval here, I should be performing oral sex on the streets and posting them on Instagram, but I’m old.

  53. pearl says:

    Just minutes into Josh Sigurdson’s talk with Corbett, I had to pause to acknowledge the good advice on channeling fear. On a related note, Statist Pearl made a brief appearance recently, and I’m grateful to anyone who resisted what must’ve been an incredible urge to talk some sense into me:

    • stephen11 says:

      Haha. So you, the poster, is the statist? Not like your twin? Or is this a split personality thing?

      That clip made me smile remembering that silly movie.

      On the fear note, I am glad I can say that anyone who can read this reply has already controlled some of their response to fear. I meet people all the time who describe researching about crimes against humanity as, ‘too much’, ‘too depressing’. That’s a fear response in my opinion.

      Like alluded to in the video by Mr. Corbett, the fear response is learned. Also, I would say, that because its emotional primacy, it all comes down to dying.

      This is where I think the spiritual people have a leg up. I would say most spiritual practices teach some kind of life after death and if you got the faith, you are con fidel.

      I like to look at ‘life after death’ rationally. A) There’s an afterlife and I’m able to recall my previous life. B) There is nothing after death, I’m just discarded or recycled.

      Well, If its ‘A’, I better act accordingly. For me it’s not acting like a coward. That would really bum me out watching myself act like a milk-toast on Godtube. If it’s ‘B’, then it doesn’t matter how I act. But, since I have no proof of either scenario I’ll assume ‘A’ since that’s the only one that has any requirements for me to succeed in my expectations. If it’s ‘B’ I can still assume ‘A’ and it still doesn’t matter.

      One could argue that if you leaned either way the concept of dying could be detached from the fear response. I would think a hardcore Nihilist wouldn’t fear death. How could they?

      But then, there is a ‘C’, now that I’m writing, it’s the scenario where you haven’t thought about scenarios; where you are totally unsure about anything but are also not making any efforts to figure anything out. Living in the unknown. Those people are afraid.

      Another benefit to knowledge.

      • pearl says:

        Well, I am a Gemini, so…

        Long story short, going on five years ago I announced to my husband after much seeking, finding, reading and watching, that I could no longer participate in the rest of the family’s protestant-flavored religion (this is not to say I abandoned my faith, quite the contrary – the scales fell from my eyes!). Soon thereafter, I had a painful motivator to push me onward and upward from settling down at this fellowship which had enlightened me as to the history and philosophy of Protestantism (I’ll forever be grateful to them). Around that time, a book had been recommended to me at a Christmas party called “Classified Woman” by Sibel Edmonds which I read in 2 days. I then found Ms. Edmonds blog “Boiling Frogs Post”, eagerly subscribed and began to learn some things there. It was through her round-table discussions that I found James Corbett and The Corbett Report (this was when Trump was racing against Ted Cruz et al for President). Mostly going between these two blogs but also gravitating toward Libertarian blogs, bit by bit I was deconstructing decades of right-wing, evangelical thinking and doing. But not quite there yet as I still believed Trump was an outside, underdog candidate and so voted for him thereby protecting us all from Hillary. A few months into his presidency, I realized he was a puppet after all. Meanwhile life with my family has changed as well and become even more isolated since I no longer worship and pray with them, I no longer relate politically. Don’t get me wrong, we all get along quite well, but there is an air of tension. No matter that I don’t try to beat them over the head with my new beliefs (I keep much of it to myself, yielding infrequent bursts of important information as situations arise), but they have little interest. I can’t blame them since I was one of them, but I am sad that there isn’t a true desire to seek and find for themselves. Before Christmas, the satellite receiver linked to my TV in my bedroom gave up the ghost. Seeing this as the next thing to further detox me from programming, I still haven’t replaced the box; I won’t lie – the temptation is there …the next season of “Better Call Saul” is days away!!. I didn’t vote in last fall’s local elections (that was a first for me). Going to the library just the other day, the lawn was staked with a collage of election posters and early voting for something is going on. It was kind of surreal to see it and not be the least bit curious.

        Anyway, still learning a lot, still detoxing and taking baby steps.

        • manbearpig says:

          “…Meanwhile life with my family has changed as well and become even more isolated since I no longer worship and pray with them, I no longer relate politically. Don’t get me wrong, we all get along quite well, but there is an air of tension. No matter that I don’t try to beat them over the head with my new beliefs (I keep much of it to myself, yielding infrequent bursts of important information as situations arise), but they have little interest…”

          ouch. though, I know your considerable charisma and intelligence neutralizes this to a large extent

          for you dear Pearl, a classic for this sunny Saturday morning as I scuttle off to English classes :

        • alexandre says:

          Hi, Pearl, if I may…I can relate to your story a lot, and I’m also a Gemini – whatever that means. (hey, Miles Davis was too). It was interesting reading your story because I think everyone went through that here one way or another? Since my family is just me and sister now it’s not much of a problem, even though we have tensions as well. She knows enough and doesn’t want to know more. My [few] friends think there’s something really wrong with me whenever some issue comes up, but I don’t see anybody often – I’m far away from the city, totally isolated. Our perspective is different because in Brazil you really, factually, actually cannot do anything but to endure. And now that I know some of this stuff, I have to endure the separation from others on top of everything. This I think was the biggest picles that hit us on 911. If you know, you can un-know and you will be separated from others. It’s literally like being on the other side of some magic mirror. You know what they know because you were like that, but they cannot know. We become like ghosts. Big big problem.

          It was … sad? … troubling?…to hear(read) your story, so I just wanted to say something. Hang in there? We’re all in this together, kid? (A la De Niro in Brazil?) I don’t know, something … to soothe yer journey.

        • candlelight says:


          First, thank you for the Lennon/give peace a chance video. It made me cry.

          Conspiracy theories don’t come between me and my family at all. I have long since bothered to discuss any of it with any of them, not my wife, not my son and not my daughter. In fact, it’s a joke, literally. Recently, I met my daughter’s new beau at Thanksgiving, and I couldn’t help express my thoughts on American Empire, etc., etc, the whole war machine thing. No talk on 9/11, etc. I wasn’t about to get into that. Later on, my daughter was kinda joking about how I was giving her boyfriend a little bit of the business, and she and I had a good laugh when I said, oh, he (her boyfriend) didn’t even get the tip of the iceberg!

          But, that’s just the way it goes. Even my closest friends do not agree with me. They simply cannot accept the idea that 9/11 was perpetrated by our own government. A whole evening trying to explain my point of view – and in the end, I get this response – bullshit. So, on some fronts, you just can’t win. I still love my friends and still love my family. And, reciprocally, they don’t hold it against me, either – even if they think I’m a bit nuts.

          So be it. It is what it is.

          Thanks, again, though, for that video. In my book, you got it down, right. 🙂

          • candlelight says:

            By the way, Pearl, you recently introduced this – I don’t know what to call it – phenomenon, I guess, of the transgender issue.

            Not long ago, a fellow I know, someone I’ve known long before he got married and had kids, confided in me that his teenage daughter transitioned. At the time, his daughter was going in for breast reduction surgery. So, it’s the whole nine yards.

            I can tell you, it has not been easy for him. But, he, himself, is an exceptionally decent human being, and is supportive of his child, and wants only for his child to be happy in life, irrespective of what’s been going on. And, yet, from what he’s told me, the real difficulty is, and has always been, is his child’s innate personality. Very, very difficult. Very hard to please.

            This father has been going through an amazing amount of anguish, but, somehow, he’s found the strength to cope. I think, what it is, in the end, as heart rending as it is, there really is no other choice but to cope. The lesson this father is experiencing, I truly believe, is his realizing to accept life on life’s terms, and not his own.

        • pearl says:

          Each one of your responses touched and lightened my heart. Thank you.

          MBP, your song was a soothing balm. It is a sunny day, literally and figurative!

          Alexandre, like a magic mirror indeed! Yes, we are in this together. Reading here each and every day keeps me sane and your many insights mean more to me than you can possibly know. In return for your thoughtful empathy, please accept my meager token of what I hope will be the answer to some of life’s greatest mysteries: ROTFLMAO = rolling on the floor laughing my ass off!

          Candlelight, healthy and wise you are; words to live by. I’m unloading the useless baggage of expectations now. I’m so sorry for your friend. He’s so fortunate to be able to confide in you.

          For you all:

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            Wow Pearl! That is an amazing way to kick Saturday off. What a exceptional musical way to find some relief. ROTGLMAO, who could a thunk it? Thanks.

          • alexandre says:

            Thanks, Pearl. But MBP came up with a new one. Sigh..

          • manbearpig says:

            Hey Miss Pearl! I’m ecstatic! I finally remembered WHO YOU make me think of!!

            Yes!! Holly Near (and definately NOT her doll)!! (in her very early days). If you listen first from 10:45 (optional), just the two songs (among my favs as a young adolescent)

            you can then SKIP to 28:37 and have the story of Timothy AND the song (my TOP fav) just for YOU! (in this period when Little Women has had a come back):



            after that for an Encore if you want there’s a song I liked when I was 13 at 1:11:26.

            • pearl says:

              What a compliment! Don’t I wish!! I just watched her at all the points you suggested, and thoroughly enjoyed her witty interaction with the audience – she’s delightful! You gifted me with another new, listening experience.

              Her doll anecdote reminded me of when my older sister got hold of a pair of scissors and cut not my doll’s hair, but my own (I think she was trying to help get the purple bubble gum out of my hair). Documenting that disaster is a pre-kindergarten school picture of me with red-rimmed watery eyes (I was dreadfully shy and afraid) and diagonal bangs. Not a happy camper and every bit pitiful.

        • wylie1 says:

          Pearl, to your original “more tension” situation:

          As far as I know Protestant is protesting the wrong things of Catholicism. And if that is true, it doesn’t mean there aren’t wrong things with whichever flavored Protestantism you are referring to. Maybe you are simply protesting the wrong things with the Protestant flavors like the Protestants did from the Catholic religion.

          Could be a way to explain it to those who are curious. Not sure if it would lead to less or more tension. Depends on the person. Some would understand the concept, others would be offended at you finding fault with “their group”.

          To those, there is the world renowned added nudge of all time:
          “What would Jesus do?”
          Like me less? Or show me heartfelt love and encourage me on my journey of truth seeking, of enlightenment?

          • pearl says:

            I appreciate your input, Wylie. Thank you.

            Unfortunately, it’s more complicated than protesting certain things here n’ there. It would be so nice to just switch denominations (calvinism or arminianism or…?), but the unrest I came up against was more systemic than that, and I finally learned why: Neo-platonists Martin Luther and John Calvin plainly state all throughout their writings that man is wicked and depraved, even after being “born again”. Man can’t do anything to please God. Ever. To them, born again only means the ability to now recognize your wormhood. According to authentic Orthodox Protestantism, true faith is dying to self and letting Jesus do it all through you. Good luck figuring out if it’s you doing works (aka “filthy rags before God) or Jesus doing it. It’s paralyzing misery.

            [S]how me heartfelt love and encourage me on my journey of truth seeking, of enlightenment

            I agree totally. That’s the way it should be.

            • wylie1 says:

              …well over 500 word limit so had to chop a lot.

              Paralyzing misery…thanks for the warning Pearl. I won’t try too hard to figure out which it is, if my Lutherian Calvinistic wormyness ever manages to do something worthy.

              The interesting question might be why? Why is it important to have figured out which it is, you or Jesus, doing works? What is drawing you into that confounding misery of needing to know? Your conscience, telling you that something is amiss in your work, motive, or such. Or, the horned guy working through the ego, the ego wanting credit for being good? Or the horned dude baiting your curiosity and doubt just enough to drag you into continual mulling it over. Or using the mental distraction of it all to avoid seeing or doing something that you don’t want to see or do? Or simply just thinking too much?

              Before one starts getting even deeper into the abyss trying to answer that, be aware of such and then just flush it all. It does No good to mull things over and over. Answers will come when they do. Usually when doing something else. Some people have to resist forcing.

              If you help someone in a way that was actually good for them, then isn’t that, all that matters? You don’t strike as the type who helps, to feel better about yourself, which shouldn’t enter into the matter at all. If true, when the ego is trying to get in where it doesn’t belong after the fact, “I was good for doing that.” Just recognize that is the ego and flush it back to its warning signal spot.

              I never delved into other peoples writings on Protestantism or any other -ism. Plenty to deal with in the Bible, all about the shortcomings of mankind or nuggets of wisdom and principles to live by.

              Or one can simply go by “These things are written in the hearts and minds of those who love me.” And know that you know right from wrong even when we don’t want to, which can be all some need regarding works and everything else.

              • wylie1 says:

                If I believe xmas is a pagan holiday, am I a hypocrite if I use the time off visiting friends, who may celebrate it, if they know I’m there just for them? If you go to a meeting where the speaker says words worth hearing on occasion, you ignore the rest, and your family happens to be there, does it matter what the name on the door is? If the organization behind it is corrupt no need to fund it. If it all creeps you out, that’s another story.

              • pearl says:

                Why is it important to have figured out which it is, you or Jesus, doing works? What is drawing you into that confounding misery of needing to know?

                I know! The way you put it, it seems so obvious! What can I say? I unwittingly left my first love through the drip, drip, drip of subtle, disingenuous doctrines via church, sermons, books and bible studies. Hindsight is 20/20.

                The heart of your comment mirrors mine. From what I know, there is no law against love.

            • wylie1 says:

              Smiling… wish I had some sort of mirror-goggles which converted hindsight into foresight! Could have come in handy a time or two…dozen plus a lot.

              I totally get what you mean by no law against love (at least in God’s law). I will try to keep that little pearl of wisdom closer than I have been.

  54. stephen11 says:

    A bit of prose on a name I appreciate.

    Alexander, protector of man, a shield, a breastplate, shining bright with Love; this love is the armor.

    Though, not the amorous kind of love only for this or that. It is for all; the totality that leaves you in awe, mouth agape. Known also as Agapē, it is the embrace of Sophia, in her divine wisdom, the knowledge and understanding of everything.

    It is the perfect armor; nothing can off-end something so steady; nothing can sway it as it’s so even keeled. Does it complain to take nicks and dings? Never. Marring only serves to justify it.

    It is not the sum of others actions. It is not determined by them; it is the de-terminator.

    Let this divine providence be thy ward and shine it, protectively, over any and all, from the darkness of ignorance.

  55. manbearpig says:

    “Hanau Gunman shared “racist” conspiracy Theories”

    Well I guess we’ll need more controls everywhere to limit hatespeech and conspiracy theories, just like the Baron Cohen said…

    • alexandre says:

      Funny they didn’t say he was a smoker. Or a subscriber to The Corbett Report.

      Idea for a false-flag. Blow up some empty warehouse, put a “victim” on TV saying “She came in yelling ‘climate change’ and detonated herself. She used to watch CNN every day. In fact I think it was Christiana Figueres.”

      • manbearpig says:


        • alexandre says:

          Sorry the internetic ignorance, er…what’s ROTFLMAO?

          • A sign that someone using this acronym is probably old enough to remember #IRC channels, [mailing-lists] – that sort of ancient communication. Probably old enough to have gray beard. That gives me respectfully nostalgic feelings. Of course, I could be wrong. This post above, about Agape – this word also reminds me of the Old Early Internet very much. People used to express their positive feelings using terms from Greek philosophical tradition. Internet used to be that much educated in the early days.

            • alexandre says:

              Yep. I’m 56 and acronyms baffle me. I once asked here what TPTSB was – it’s the powers that shouldn’t be. I created one – MA – but thank god no one asked. It’s a bad word.

              • Those acronyms quite often hide vulgar language, or otherwise convey the (crypto/or just educated)-anarchistic spirit of the Early Internet. Like one of my favourites: BOFH.

                BOFH: Bastard Operator From Hell – once you start looking up that beauty, you fall into a rabbit hole of an entire universe or parallel dimension of reality. There’s a website with stories of that genre, there are books and articles published – I’m wondering what a beauty of a screen gem would it be to make a movie out of it.

  56. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Stock Market Humor – “Mysteriously” ignorant pundit Brian Sozzi

    As many Corbett Report members are well aware…
    The stock market’s rising stock prices are not based on fundamentals and company profits.
    e.g. More than 30% of companies have debt ratings next to junk.
    Super fueled by the Fed’s “Not QE” in September, almost weekly stocks have climbed to new records.

    Thursday, February 20th, some of the stock indexes (Dow, S&P) dropped a small percentage.

    Brian Sozzi, Editor at Large for Yahoo Finance

    Thursday’s mysterious selloff in the markets has some on Wall Street beginning to wonder if the next move is lower…way lower.

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down close to 300 points by early afternoon trading.
    But how it got to that point has traders mildly concerned.
    After a respectable open where bellwether Apple traded in the green momentarily, the Dow plunged to a session low of roughly down 388 points. The index rebounded by noon, but not a whole heck of a lot.

    Meanwhile, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite were down more than 1% by early afternoon. Selloffs could be seen in a good number of the momentum stocks that have powered the month’s long market melt-up. Advanced Micro Devices fell 4%. Tesla shed 4%. Microsoft lost 3%.

    The profit-taking came despite big deal news that theoretically, should have spurred interest in buying stocks. Morgan Stanley said it will plunk down $13 billion of its own stock to buy online brokerage outfit E-Trade. L Brands unloaded its struggling Victoria’s Secret brand to private equity shop Sycamore Partners for $525 million in cash.

    SunTrust Chief Markets Strategist Keith Lerner says it has been hard to pinpoint the exact reason for the selloff today. But he notes a part of it may be technical selling related.

    Other experts tell Yahoo Finance small factors may be beginning to weigh on the collective minds of investors….

  57. manbearpig says:

    I’d like to thank Camille again for her video evoking Poppy Crum. The more I read the Hearables article from the Neo-Life site, the more I think about it, the more Shrek earwear I see in the streets, buses, tramways, schools, shops, everywhere, the more I think these earbuds will become more and more permanent, for leisure and video game playing under the pretext of superior sound sensations but integrating something like perfected versions of the vagus nerve stimulation technique to enhance the addiction/Mesmer effect, dragging generations of youth deeper into the virtual world, gradually no longer distinguishing titillating Virtual Reality from the real world.

    This will be Huxlian SoMa (Sound Management).

    Also, on a more Esoteric level, the runic XR symbol seems to be important for
    Extinction Rebellion of course, but also for
    Extended Reality

    Unfortunately I didn’t post the psychedelic link I found a couple days ago at Reuters about the XR event occurring in Boston in May as there was their runic logo and occult symbols on the ad that I can no longer find… student’s waiting…

  58. Ukdavec says:

    Banksters still pitching the Global Climate change fraud. This from Bank of America

  59. stephen11 says:

    Traveling bands,
    with blistered hands,
    wail of their travail.

    The quintessential
    offering of five,
    pentagram inscribed.

    To the Metal Rat,
    it’s cousin the bat.
    Let the music play.
    Sacrifice, away…



    Daughters of the Occult

    Deamonium I

    Fear the Unknown

  60. manbearpig says:

    Well, looking briefly into sound tech of which I know nothing, I happened upon an old tech invented in 1980: Holophonic sound and this very old video:

    If you’ve got 8 minutes to kill, go get a virtual haircut; it’s kinda earopening…

    Imagine coupled with the rest…

    • manbearpig says:

      In the last video of this link mostly on 8D sound (which doesn’t mean anything they say) there’s a video describing “Microsoft’s Hololens2 augmented reality “glasses” that features a subtitle explaining “your brain is tricked by audio which simulates tactile feeling”…

      plus there’s a cool explanation and an 8D recording of ABBA’s Gimme Gimme Gimme …

      anyhow… new, and kinda cool to me…

      bit Alexandre knows all about this stuff!

      • manbearpig says:

        a different sort of Saturday night uh, “musical” experience (imagine what’ll be like when they actually use music! (aw c’mon just joshin’ ya!…kinda)):

      • manbearpig says:

        Ah MIerda! I meant “BET Alex knows about this”… evidentemente…

        uhhhh… think I’m getting a little dizzy from this…8D… I look like the emoticon 8D…

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        MBP what bit him.? Alex you got bit? Oh well… I was going to post a bit here but will just move along before I or anyone else gets bit.

        Oh bet! Bet you will enjoy this. Django!

        • manbearpig says:

          yea, all fans a Django here… no one got bit…today…

          In Avignon, toasted, celebrated, well over 20 years ago today, and drew existential inspiration from Carrasca:

          • alexandre says:

            I’m guessing you’re talking about the Neumann Head back in the 80s. Let me check…
            Well, it doesn’t say, but I remember the big broo ha ha in the 80s about this and the explanation had a lot to do with phase. The Neumann Head was a human head with microphones on the ears, which must have evolved into this:

            So you record stuff with it and it records it “as heard” by the head – involving all the physical intricacies of the head, density etc. This was pre 5.1 and all the surround brew rha rha that came after. I think once I watched 5 minutes of a war scene in 5.1 back in the centuries and never understood what this shite could be used for. War scenes and military propaganda, yes, fantastic, you can hear the chopper coming and passing over, then you hear the shots far away and they come closer and hit the head of the dark skin inferior foreigner right beside you and you can almost feel his warmth as he falls dead to the ground. Shit like that, which always sounded like a Nazi amusement park, for which you need tons of money. Watching real cinema, like Tarkovsky, in 5.1 simply never made any sense – to me.

            The phase thing is interesting because you can simulate a 3D thing with two mikes. There’s a technique – called M-S if I remember – where you put two mics on a specific position, one of them in 8 (capturing from the sides) and the other in the middle, then you put the 8 mike on two channels and invert the phase of one of them, so they become out of phase, which can cause vomit. As you turn up the mono mike in the middle, the “out of phase” agony goes away and you end up with a stereo “image” of the sound.

            Number 3 on this list I just found:

            In real audio these things are supposed to solve problems – like phase, out of phase problems etc. When you record a sound with two mikes in different positions, the two sounds come at different times and you have a muddy sound. Instead of a single “pa” you have a kind of “prraa”. How to solve that, etcetera. But for the Eric Schmidt leaning types I guess it’s used for simulation, mind control and other not so friendly applications. Anyway I never had enough money for a big surround system (and an accompanying well treated room) so…

            See how much one learns at The Corbett Report?!

  61. manbearpig says:

    So aside from SoMa,

    Google’s now on the advisory board of Leeman Baird’s Hedera Hashgraph (February 2020) after bitterness and hard times with smaller investors over late tokens (last Xmas eve):

    “…Despite the tanking of HBAR’s price, Hedera has received backing from significant corporate players. IBM, Tata Communications and Boeing joined the project’s governing council in August…”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks ManBearPig!

      Hashgraph – Leeman Baird

      I remember years ago when Mike Maloney, (who has spoken at Anarchapulco), made a pro-Hashgraph video.
      I posted the video on the Corbett Report comment boards.
      At the time, I was wondering and hoping that it would be a decentralized platform.

      Hashgraph went to the dark side.
      Google, IBM, Boeing….

  62. generalbottlewasher says:

    Wakey Wakey time to wake up now. Dont frown. It will not be ok.

    Look at the faces of the people in this book store. Observing the shit Sandwich these people are consuming ( the information they are hearing for the first time) may explain the look on all their faces. I went through much the same reaction to Wakening Up to a post truth world. There is no way to avoid the uncomfortable feelings from learning how you have been lied too and the many American Betrayals you are finding out about. Reality is smacking these people in the face.

    West needs to follow that book up with one on China & technocracy. Which makes me wonder if the Russia bashing is the green light here.

    • alexandre says:

      I’m confused. It’s a picture of Django. Bookstore…? Explain yourself!

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Oh crap got the wrong one again here is Diana West and the bookstore full of people looking like their dog just died. They age, expression says it all.
      Thank you Alex for catching that. I think it was Pearl, when you wake up it hurts and nobody will share the pain.

      • alexandre says:

        Ok, got it now, thanks. (Didn’t Candlelight post this video before? I forget).

        The expressions are funny indeed. One guy in the front with dark glasses seems a bit scary.

        At first she reminded me of Edward G. Griffin’s “The Grand Design”. Well, it certainly sounds much more genuine than Annie Jacobsen and I don’t see hidden signs of apologetics (if I’m using it right), but I still have problems. She’s pretty mainstream and what I thought was that we have this gigantic mess resulting from an artificial setup, so to say, set up by an occult premise. You have your communists and your capitalists, the Christian, Muslims and Jews, the democrats and republicans, East and West, so you have a starting setup. Now…go! The confusion begins and goes on forever, developing into more confusion ad infinitum. If you try to put together this talk with Patrick Wood’s Technocracy and Rosa Koire’s Agenda 21, what happens? Probably you’ll get “phase cancellation” as it’s called in audio. I thought the (US) government was occupied by Zionists. How can we fit that into the communist occupy? Nazi Zionist Islamic Christian capitalist communists? She’s probably right that history is a fiction, but what fiction? The one she uncovered? What E.G.Griffin told? What Corbett discovered? Brave New World? 1984? Which fiction? Can we put all fictions together without phase cancellation? – (meaning one story cancelling the other).

        You see, when she speaks of Islam, what source is she using? We can find credible sources to show that Islam is quite the opposite of what’s believed. Even “The Muslim Jesus” shows an Islam that we never could imagine. You have Edward Said and Finkelstein, also serious people (that would probably be labeled “communists”, see?). Since we don’t live over there, all we have is people telling us, and when you have 15 stories claiming to be the truth, all with indisputable sources, we have big problemas. To me (just my position) whenever I hear “communism” or “democracy” I turn it off, because I know I’m gonna be sucked into that wonderland of labyrinths that will confuse the heck out of me. Before 911 and the internet maybe it could work, but now you have to put ALL of it together – communism, fascism, democracy, Islam, Zionism, libertarianism, Stalinism, Nazism, Buddhism etc and, if you don’t get phase cancellation, you’ve got something. But I think all these isms are there exactly to confuse us and obfuscate the truth, which is much much simpler, so simple that we probably know it already.

        Something can be complex, but when one aspect of this complexity cancels another, something is wrong. Mahler Symphony 9 is quite complex, but you won’t find one cancellation there, quite the contrary. It’s very complex, but coherent. Corbett (not comparing him to Mahler) pleases me because I never feel phase cancellation from him, so I trust that – since I can’t do that kind of research.

        There. Am I out of phase?

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          Alex, phase canceling, information entropy. They have been at this game a long time. You know who they are. The Big they. You got it about the ISMs. Mauler is coherent. You are not out of phase at all. Think of where the structure of power resides and is coherent and consistent through the ages. Who could be behind the throne directing the murder of 10 million people? Quigley spelled it out with an incredible amount of statistics of money spent and lives lost. Go down the list of conflicts and the number of people, real people, individual people each and every one, that have been statistics of wars since Waterloo. You got to wonder the kind of world we would have had , had 60-100 million individual people had not been destroyed by the conflicts. This should drive anyone mad to wonder if the big They, may know something that we mortals dont know.
          Do You know the word entropy? How many ways it can be understood not alone how many ways we can apply it to new uses. Its maddening to be a native speaker and not know half of the words and their latent power that those words possess. That is entropy and the Big They know damn well how to extract every bit of energy from words . That is through the Poppy Crum ears!
          We may be aware but we are woefully unprepared to counter such coherent organization. They have no entropy, no loss of energy or phase cancellation.
          We all should be in bad moods on discovering this. They are individuals and until we deal with each one we will never achieve what they have accomplished. Layer on layer has to be pealed back to expose the seed from where it all originates. It may not even exist, wouldn’t that be a terrible irony. That might just as well be the case. It all seems possible. Isn’t that what you are saying. Infinite veriables, infinite jest.

          • alexandre says:

            Well, good point about Them being coherent through the ages. Infinite variables too. Quigley and everything else.

            THEY are obviously out of the mess – They cause it – and They are like in unison. Individuals? I’m not sure. They seem to work like insects – hey, David Icke approaching! Reptilians? I don’t know, but very collectivist among themselves? Hive mind? Or just friends with a lot in common (psychosis being the first thing).

            I just watched a talk on Indian Slavery – very interesting, and very complex. I’m not sure it’s a great presentation, but here goes the link anyhow, I just found it by accident. Patience needed, but some good info in there.


            I think we’re all slaves now – or enslaved, as they say. (No one IS a slave, as a profession. We’re enslaved). So we have They and the rest, and it’s hard not to reduce it to this simplistic thing. Do you use money? You’re a slave. You don’t use money? You’re the master. Everything below that can be as complex as you wish, it doesn’t change the basic thing; slavery. Maybe this is the bottom line here at the TCR, no? Freedom. What it is and how to achieve it. Is it an illusion? A construct by the modern European mind? The future? Why we don’t feel like slaves when we have money? Is that money’s function? To make you forget you’re a slave?

            Anyway, as I said, whenever the discussion starts with official mainstream words (communist etc), I’m off. I’ve been labeled everything – communist, fascist, bourgeois, idiot, nihilist, anarchist, everything. And those were the good old days. Today it’s worse, down to two categories; either you’re this or that. If you’re not this, you’re automatically that, and you’ll be judged accordingly.

            Freedom I won’t!

            Entropy – gradual decline into disorder? I remember my dad was fascinated by that word. How everything inevitably end(s) up in nothingness. Sudden suggestion: Against entropy maybe we should learn the word “eternity”. Eternity is the dimension of here and now that is occluded by time. It’s not “a long time”, but the “now” (and all that jazz), so instead of waiting for freedom or some future solution, we could get out of time and feel the moment. This moment, even if you’re doing nothing, is the meaning of life. All that noise They produce keeps you in entropy, away from eternity. How does that sound? (“Arty crap”, a friend would say).

            • generalbottlewasher says:

              Alex and MBP , great insights and observation. They lead me to a reductionism to grasp the big picture. By comparing Jacobson books and lectures to West’s books and lectures something jumps out at me .
              The gatekeeping from two discreet angles.
              One (Annie) towing the company line while promoting or protecting the company message, gatekeeping through revealing factoids, leaks and posturing away from the real goings on.
              Two , (West) revisionist, newly released archives reveal new information on American betrayal in a very narrow focal point. Driven in a post truth way by as you stated a seasoned Washington mockingbirdist columnist. Historicalism. Real truth about the ant but completely missing the elephant in the room.
              Given the revolulations of Comies at the top, Norman Dodos committee report on unAmerican activities becomes more relevant by the day. The RIIA, and Rockefeller Trilateral Commission moved into the Asia arena and set up shop in 1920s-30 and the gate keepers keep all scrutiny away. Technocracy rinsing over multi-generational clan control. The magnifying glass , is focused away from the facts while the misdirection focuses it elsewhere. This is a good example of how its done. Milner round table control of Intelligence agency, control of the Media and ways that information is controlled and focused.
              Stanford and Hoover document grab during the 1918-1923. Manchuria and Russia. Japan and RUssia , RIIA , Trilateral . Capitalist setting Germany up for the fall in 1933-43. Stalin, Lenin, Trotsky, Mao. Chi Sheik…Rockefeller all roads lead to China, Technocracy. Quietly creeping Dogma.

              • alexandre says:

                Indeed, but one interesting point is that Jacobson appears to be willingly, or knowingly doing it, while West appears to be just misinformed. One is disingenuous while the other is just gullible? Both end up “working for them” so to speak, as maybe Chomsky himself could be. Corbett did a good job on Chomsky, but I still believe that he didn’t update his info, the old pre-911 paradigm, so it becomes outdated and out of sync. Corbett leaves it somewhat open, but I think he thinks Chomsky knows and willingly supports TPTSB. In any case, willing or unwilling, all sell the same product. That’s why the control of information is so important.

      • manbearpig says:

        Just listened to your Diana West talk. Off the cuff, undigested impressions (all I’ve ever really got time for):

        Of course many of her assertions are interesting; ultimately a war between truth-tellers-whistleblowers against institutionalized deep-state conspiracies is an interesting one; communist agents infusing Washington (the much more recent Warburg funded Institute for Policy Studies comes to mind), WW2 having lasted “longer than it had to”, history written by the victors making it largely fictional…

        moreover, on another note, I did learn (thanks to translation work a couple of years back) that prior, perhaps (can’t remember exactly when things shifted), to the fall of the Ottoman empire (probably earlier), Islam really was a powerful force to reckon with that sought to convert the world, (as most religions do),

        but it’s hard for me take seriously someone who subscribes to the Osama Bin Laden fairy tale: indeed I sense history is repeating itself in the ways she describes, but it seems she shifts the parallel onto Islam rather than onto less visible forces such as those who’ve historically managed the world’s banking empires and fortunes; the very same ones who engineered the profoundly fake capitalist/communist antagonism, thereby perpetuating the charade she appears to denounce; which is maybe not surprising coming from a Washington-based mainstreamish journalist…?

        all those isms as she says…

        but I think I’m probably more or less parroting what Alexandre already said (couldn’t understand his comment before having watched the West video myself)…

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          Alex and MBP , great insights and observation. They lead me to a reductionism to grasp the big picture. By comparing Jacobson books and lectures to West’s books and lectures something jumps out at me .
          The gatekeeping from two discreet angles.
          One (Annie) towing the company line while promoting or protecting the company message, gatekeeping through revealing factoids, leaks and posturing away from the real goings on.
          Two , (West) revisionist, newly released archives reveal new information on American betrayal in a very narrow focal point. Driven in a post truth way by as you stated a seasoned Washington mockingbirdist columnist. Historicalism. Real truth about the ant but completely missing the elephant in the room.
          Given the revelations of Comies at the top, Norman Dodds committee report on unAmerican activities becomes more relevant by the day. The RIIA, and Rockefeller Trilateral Commission moved into the Asia arena and set up shop in 1920s-30 and the gate keepers keep all scrutiny away. Technocracy rinsing over multi-generational clan control. The magnifying glass , is focused away from the facts while the misdirection focuses it elsewhere. This is a good example of how its done. Milner round table control of Intelligence agency, control of the Media and ways that information is controlled and focused.
          Stanford and Hoover document grab during the 1918-1923. Manchuria and Russia. Japan and RUssia , RIIA , Trilateral . Capitalist setting Germany up for the fall in 1933-43. Stalin, Lenin, Trotsky, Mao. Chi Sheik…Rockefeller all roads lead to China, Technocracy. Quietly creeping Dogma.

          • alexandre says:

            Something like that, yes. Ha ha, I got a bit lost, but it sounds about right.

            MBP not parroting but clarifying a bit more.

            Religion is another thing that makes me automatically call the cab. I tried some suggestions already and, as always, got a bump on the head, so it’s better to leave it alone. Still, it’s a subject that is central in the muddying of the waters. Some psychologists work to help the individual, but psychology, similar to what happened to religion, was taken over by the MA to serve mass control, and now “everyone knows” what these words mean. Newspeak ɛtˈsɛtərə.

            Now, the Annies are probably disingenuous, but the Dianas [maybe] are well meaning, just mislead because they study so hard the illusory maze – and they don’t have non-mainstream info to check for phase cancellations. They start making sense of the illusion and big castles are built, probably to the amazement of the MA themselves. “Look, Henry, the rats created an entire culture based on that bullshit we’ve just made up”.

            Hey, a shorter comment for a change! I see my own comments and start yawning. Concision is not my forte – in case you haven’t noticed it.

            • manbearpig says:

              “Look, Henry, the rats created an entire culture based on that bullshit we’ve just made up”.

              omg, that was hysterical… dunno why but a side-splitter!

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                MBP; a bonifid ROTFLMAO moment.

              • manbearpig says:

                LOL! IMHO, You said it General!

                There it is!! I’m 400!!!! Another bonified exploit on these Corbett boards!! Let’s celebrate!!

                Wait! How can I prove it’s me?? 😯

                I know!! Like this!!:

                Open Thread
                Corbett • 02/12/2020 • 400 Comments

                (a bonified copy/paste performed before a bailiff!! Really!)


                What do I win??

              • manbearpig says:


                No congratulations?

                y’all too jealous!??

                Pearl??! … Alexandre??… HRS??? … the General??… You there?? … Anybody?!!

                …hello? …

                … hola??


          • generalbottlewasher says:

            Not to mention the El-duobley effects origin. The idea of enslavement through monetary controls is poignant . I have hit a lick ( unlike the N.O.La. venacular of theft) and made some money in the past and I was always aware that I would be free for awhile. Free from that enslavement.

            Humane nature and traits that get transfers from culture to culture. You know Oklahoma is the repository of the civilized tribes that where enslaved by the new European culture. The only uncivilized tribe where the Osage. They were salve traders . And international traders according to monks reports of the early 1500s. Makes you wonder what does civilized mean. Crazy, boucoup dinky doh dow Crazy world enslavery.
            I will differ a little on entropy. Seems the energy that is unaccounted for is being keep out of equilibrium on purpose by those that can. In every category an ism is created by the addition or subtraction of energy however form it should take. Disrupting those disturbances consumes all our time and as you suggest doesnt seem to aflect the energy supplier controllers. Corbett is a good example of a disruptor. You can see a disruptor can be a natural outcome or a complexly planed propaganda. That has been highlighted in the past successes of well placed propaganda.
            Sunday-zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz im done. But not done in.
            Almost 400 comments. Before the editor in chiefs return to shut it down we should reach 400 . Hats off to the shared effort ! How often has that occurred in the past. Any stats historians in the crowd?

            • alexandre says:

              Money is the bottom line axis-mundi – for us below the line. Take out money and things not even change, they turn into something completely different. Corbett is in Mexico because he paid for the ticket. I’m eating in a few moments because I paid for that rice and beans. And chicken. You’re reading this because you paid for the electricity. But money is a big taboo and no one talks about it in these terms, like “who doesn’t have money for a glass of milk, right?” – meaning people that don’t have that money at least are not considered and shouldn’t even be in the discussion. It is THE slavery instrument and I’ll spontaneously transform into Jennifer Lopez with botocks before seeing this thing solved. Not to be too pessimistic.

              On entropy, I stand corrected. I was saying in terms of “gradual decline into disorder” (one definition), but you refer to other definitions, yes?

              400 comments? My god. Corbett will have to start saying:
              [SNIP] Keep comments under 500 comments please. JC

              • manbearpig says:

                X-) omg… quit it! I can’t… my son’s looking at me strangely, I keep wheezing with laughter for no apparently good reason… will I be 400 you think?

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                We are on Page 3 of the Open Thread.

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Alex you have pushed the italics and BOLD frontiers to new heights. Too funny …

                You are killing people on three continents.

              • manbearpig says:

                won’t have time to edit this, late for hamstering, but:

                so I spend a significant portion of my life in the public transport system
                and last week I’d just claimed a seat on a bus that would be packed with people.
                A very pretty, impeccably groomed woman of about 35 or 40 sat down next to me, feverishly speaking into the mic of her smartphone headset. It was an unending monologue comprised exclusively of frenetic graphic sexual content.
                when she took out a mirror, stretched out her arm directly in front of me and started dangling it like incense next to the bus door I must’ve looked perplexed: indeed, it looked as though she were trying to make SOS signals with the sunlight. She noticed my reaction and said “oh you don’t understand, but it’s perfectly normal you see…” and proceeded to explain to me in great detail, as she put her mirror back into her stylish hand bag, how annoying it was to have people lodged in your underwear and furthermore living in your private parts (my euphemisms) and that was the beginning of a long highly detailed description of her troubled sexual obsession. Suddenly she whipped out her mirror again aiming it vaguely towards a young veiled woman standing a slight ways off in front of us and cried “no but look at yourself! You’re Louis 16th, As soon as I got on the bus I saw Louis 16th, I’ll check on the internet, but I’m pretty sure it’s Louis 16th! And you call yourselves Muslims! At which point the young boyfriend came forward to defend his Belle with the intention of castigating the owner of the magic mirror. I silently but vigourously shook my head and wagged my finger with a soundlessly adamant “No! NO! don’t try to Reason with this woman!” at which point he backed off for a moment, but as she continued to pontificate “and you call yourselves Muslims! I have NO problem with the Jews, it’s always the same ones who come for you!” And
                unfortunately they did. The bus visibly packed with a Muslim population along with two voluminously merry black women behind me started heckling her, insulting her, provoking her, one man embarked on what appeared to be an Al Pacino number growling “homosexual?? Are you talking to me? Are you talking to ME?”, looked like a fist fight was about to break out between them, the entire crowd apparently all grimly ecstatic to have an outlet for bottled up rage all directed at a common target, which seemed to suit the clinically deranged and clearly suffering woman next to me as well as she could give free reign to her own delirium.
                contd somewhere below:

              • manbearpig says:

                the bus ride cont’d:

                Finally the bus driver came back and started yelling at the woman in a way that was as authoritarian, theatrical and virile as it was ineffective before returning to his own seat.
                Just then a graceful young Muslim woman with a crying 3-year old covered with chicken pox sat down just across the aisle, the child’s screams and whimpering adding to the cacophany.

                The crazy woman turned to the baby and cooed more softly “ohhhh sweetheart…you see, their always like this with me, they always want to hurt me…”
                at which point the baby stopped crying and stared at the sad woman who brightened up, delighted and the baby returned her smile. “Oh look!” she turns to me joyfully; “I have a calming effect on them, I don’t know what it is about my face, I always calm them down” and she giggles, turning back to the baby “oh honey you’ve got the chicken pox? She’s got chicken pox poor thing doesn’t she?” asking the veiled young woman, her mother who smiles and nods. “And you put that red disinfectant? Oh you’ll be fine little duck! Mommy put mercurochrome on you! ohhhh!!! How old is she? 2 or 3?” “yes 3”, smiles the mother. “she’s beautiful! what’s her name?” “Dalisem” “Ohhh you see duckling, you’ll be ok!”. and their playful conversation continues, as a sort of disappointed silence falls on the blusterly mayhem that reigned minutes earlier
                and the “intervention team” arrives to forcibly remove the woman from the bus.

                You can’t reason with hysterical people, only try to understand

                which is what Mr Corbett did with Sibel Edmonds.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                That is one heck of a bus ride!

                The next time I get on a bus, I will be sure to bring Mogan David in a brown bag; a classic for buses going back to the 70’s.
                I might need it.

              • candlelight says:

                Good choice! “As majestic as the cascading waters of a drain pipe,…


                The bag must come in handy, too, just in case the ride’s too bumpy….

              • pearl says:

                MBP: “There it is!! I’m 400!!!! Another bonified exploit on these Corbett boards!! Let’s celebrate!!”

                Woo-hoo! Way to go! (Went to visit mom so I’m still catching up.)

                GBW: “How often has that occurred in the past. Any stats historians in the crowd?”

                I believe Corbett’s break from Sibel Edmonds/Newsbud racked up close to 700 comments. In fact, as things were finally simmering down, I had left a comment there which was quickly followed by a guy who observed that I may have been the one who posted comment number, wait for it….666!!!!!!! ROTF/GLMAO!

                Alex: “[SNIP] Keep comments under 500 comments please. JC”

                Seriously, I did a double-take here. I was like, WTF?!!

                Okay, back to catching up…

              • pearl says:

                Whoa, seriously MBP? That busride! I felt like I was right there, you captured the moment beautifully! What a trip! Poor lady.

              • pearl says:

                Hey Candlelight! It’s EdmOnds not EdmUnds:


                Where’s my red pen?! And my ruler?! 😉

            • candlelight says:


              Yeah, there’s an historian in the crowd.

              Check this Corbett video with its 786 comments, I think you’d remember, no?


              Not sure if alexandre saw this video, but this video is what drew me into the comments section, because it blew my mind. I’d been a Corbett subscriber for years, but never even thought to look at the comment section. But, having been a fan of Sibel Edmunds, this incident was so startling, I had to pipe up. Ultimately, or rather, little by little, I started to suspect that Sibel was instrumental – nefariously – in helping to cement the official story of 9/11 into the psyche of the general public.

              To be sure, Corbett has not mentioned Sibel’s name since.

              And, it’s also funny that just now, typing Sibel Edmonds into the search bar … comes up with nothing. Weird.

              I’ve got some theories about McGowan, as well. His three crowning achievements – first 9/11 skeptic, exposé of weird going’s on in Laurel Canyon, exposé of moon landings being fake…. Think about it. Think about reverse psychology. Think. Think think think think think.

              To be continued…. 🙂

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Candlelight , I wish I could forget. I had a bad attitude and wrote some awful things. The first person who steered me out of darkness had put Sybell’s book into my hands. What a sophisticated piece a work. I know a lot more now and have stopped grieving, a painful process but I survived. It ultimately was a learning experience. The theory of counterintelligence in long form was an eyeopener. Emotions. Seeing is for the brain and hearing is for the heart. In appreciation of what I learned, I Apologize to anyone that I may have been overly unfair with due to momentary insanity at that time.
                Think is right . 786 is a sign of an emotioal Whopper . Thanks for pointing that piece of history out.

              • alexandre says:

                Candlelight. Oh, man. Great that you brought that up. That was quite a big moment for me too. Couldn’t believe it. James did long stuff with Sibel and her reputation seemed to be way beyond any questions. Then this happens? Not only was I flabbergasted, but I found Corbett’s reaction also a bit weird. I would expect to see him calling Sibel on the phone and saying something like “Sibel, what the fuck?”, but instead he did this job on her (acting the opposite to all the respect, admiration etc) and ended the subject never to touch it again. Now what do we do with that? Was her just another Annie Jacobsen? And then should we just throw it all in the bin? Did James feel conned – and pissed? I wanted to know more about that because it shows something important about this era – and related to our discussion on Annie Jacobsen etc. This irritating business of people coming up as big revealers of stuff, actually revealing important info, only to later find out they’re disingenuous, mad or else. I’m guessing James would say that’s exactly why we should read the notes and research for ourselves (focus on the info, not the person) ok, but still, that was quite a thing.

                The search did return lots of stuff on Sibel now. Sure you typed it right?

                I still have to respond to the Smothers Brothers. Will try to find that thread.

              • candlelight says:


                Puurrrfectly typed….


                C’mon, man, what are you waiting for?

                Tommy and Dicky! Check’m out!

              • candlelight says:

                I watched the entire Corbett podcast again, and he does make it rather plain that by washing his hands completely of Sibel and Newsbud, that that was going to be the end of talking about it. He was in a heightened emotive mood, and I can see how that was truly definitive – no more discussion, no more talk. And, from a mental health point of view, it was probably intuitive…. However, he did say, at the same time, that he’d need to go back and reevaluate the work he did with her. I’ve waiting for the reevaluation, but, perhaps it’s not so necessary. Like you mention, his admonition – it’s the information, not the individual. And, like he concluded with Sibel, take what she’s had to say – meaning everything she’s ever had to say – and take it with a very large chunk of salt…. Amen. So, yes, given his reaction, I’m sure he must have felt conned. However, a day later, he was as jovial as could be as if nothing had happened, which surprised me, because I was still pissed as hell! I mean, I felt conned by Sibel, too, besides being incensed by her concerted effort to destroy the reputation of Beeley and Bartlett. In fact, since that time, just for my own head, and to spite that bitch, Edmunds, and because I think it’s the right thing to do, too, I give monthly financial support to Barlett’s cause…. Fuck Sibel Edmunds.

                It’s funny, you mention Annie Jacobsen, and then gbw brings up Diana West, another dubious author of enticing factoids…. The link gbw provided of Annie being interviewed by Barry Eisler is so telling. I’m watching it and thinking, okay, the interviewer is pretty cool, he get’s it. He’s not really buying Annie’s bullshit. Then I check him out, to find he’s a rather prolific author, himself, besides being a former CIA operative. That little tid-bit isn’t some secretive conspiracy theory, it’s self-admitted. So, here’s an author of popular dime store novels, who seems cool, and yet is CIA. Oh, sorry, I meant “former” CIA.

                But, isn’t it true of what they say about the Marines? That there is no such person as an ex-Marine?….

                Once a Marine, always a Marine.

                So, man, it’s all a joke. So much of its a joke. And, yeah, it’s the info, not the person. But, you have to look at the person, too, to make some heads or tails of the info. Just like it is said, or speculated, some truths revealed, on balance, are designed to obfuscate greater lies…. And, there lies a ring of truth.

                So, as far as McGowan goes, getting back to him for a split second, what do we actually know about him? Do we really know anything about him? His background?

                I was getting a good vibe from Barry Eisler, until I realized his background, and then not so much. I don’t a good feeling from McGowan, whatsoever, making me wonder the possibility of how deep he goes. And I get this nasty feeling that its real deep.

                I guess I first just gotta read the man’s damned “Weird…” book.

              • candlelight says:


                This is the second half of a post that’s waiting in the moderation cue…. Ah, it’s here just in case it were to get…wait for it……SNIPPED!

                I’d hate for all that time, energy and brain effort to go out the proverbial window, as it’s very limited:

                It’s funny, you mention Annie Jacobsen, and then gbw brings up Diana West, another dubious author of enticing factoids…. The link gbw provided of Annie being interviewed by Barry Eisler is so telling. I’m watching it and thinking, okay, the interviewer is pretty cool, he get’s it. He’s not really buying Annie’s bullshit. Then I check him out, to find he’s a rather prolific author, himself, besides being a former CIA operative. That little tid-bit isn’t some secretive conspiracy theory, it’s self-admitted. So, here’s an author of popular dime store novels, who seems cool, and yet is CIA. Oh, sorry, I meant “former” CIA.

                But, isn’t it true of what they say about the Marines? That there is no such person as an ex-Marine?….

                Once a Marine, always a Marine.

                So, man, it’s all a joke. So much of its a joke. And, yeah, it’s the info, not the person. But, you have to look at the person, too, to make some heads or tails of the info. Just like it is said, or speculated, some truths revealed, on balance, are designed to obfuscate greater lies…. And, there lies a ring of truth.

                So, as far as McGowan goes, getting back to him for a split second, what do we actually know about him? Do we really know anything about him? His background?

                I was getting a good vibe from Barry Eisler, until I realized his background, and then not so much. I don’t a good feeling from McGowan, whatsoever, making me wonder the possibility of how deep he goes. And I get this nasty feeling that its real deep.

                I guess I first just gotta read the man’s damned “Weird…” book.

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Wow this whole open thread is like MBPs bus ride. You expect the best when you leave the curb. Then some nut comes along and you realize how fragile reality can be. Then a child turns high entropy into low entropy. From the mouths of babes.
                Corbett has a contact box on the banner and offers several ways to speak directly to him for truth. Speculating on how he thinks, acts ect. Isn’t a pursuit of truth. Ask him directly, then write the reply here and share the truth. He is busy but decent sort a guy who may share a truth. If you leave it on his desk you have a greater chance of a reply than leaving it here in the comment weeds. If its a MYOB , he will say so. I love a good theory. Then the speculation then a synthesis. Somehow I feel you all jumped the theory and went right to the speculations. Who is willing to try, then let us know im curious. Interview the creator behind the curtain at home and make an honest report.

              • candlelight says:


                I’m trying to decipher your post.

                Something seems to be eating you? Also, can you expand on the fine line between theory and speculation?

                Can you articulate, spell out, what these speculations are, if indeed, there are specific speculations, that seem to be bothering you, particularly on this open thread? Something to do with a “creator”?

                Also, you advise getting to the truth via direct contact with Corbett…. Ironically, when interviewed by Josh Sigurdson, Corbett laughs about Josh’s email of three years ago having been buried under thousands of emails….

                Meanwhile, the “best comment section on the Internet”, your weed patch, is scrutinized by the “creator”.

                I also see a certain degree of nuance at times, where the “creator” seems influenced by what he reads here.

                Anyway, to the degree you seem flustered, I just wish you were more specific, rather than engaging in the vague trope of high entropy. lol

                I, for one, like to engage in speculative theorizing about how and what people may be thinking – even the “creator” – oh God!, based upon how they act and what they say.


              • pearl says:

                “Then a child turns high entropy into low entropy.”

                Honestly, I felt like I was being referred to here as I did soil the thread with my use of a foul acronym. But if I may, I was playfully hearkening back to the witty repartee of long since departed redneck JimBob of Flourida who promised to write a book about his life using those same letters. He was such a hoot.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                “Then a child turns high entropy into low entropy.”
                refers to ManBearPig’s amazing ‘bus ride story’ of sitting next to a crazy lady.

              • alexandre says:

                Candlelight, that’s weird – your no results.
                Check this –
                I get lots of results. Ah, someone called it – Edmonds with O not U. That must be it.

                Just replied to Smothers Brothers on the other giant pergaminho.

                I’m completely lost here, so…MBP – CONGRATULATIONS! You win 400 billion dollars. Print the receipt, have it stamped on Information Retrieval and send it to Corbettt, he’ll take care of that.

                I still have to read the big post…on the bus?

                Pearl, 666, really? You win 666 thousand pezetas – same process as MBP.

                Did you guys see the last interview with Ron Paul? Are you already there? I’m curious to see people’s response to that.

                Rain rain rain rain rain rain rain rain rain…

              • alexandre says:

                GBW, I guess I was in there on your comment as well, since I found Corbett’s reaction strange, but I was not questioning him or anything deeper, please. I just thought strange that such a big thing passed without something more – like the re-evaluation of Sibel’s stuff etc – but nothing too dramatic. He did that post and that’s it, move on, ok, fair enough. Corbett, when he can, really replies emails – I have sent some and he did reply, but, exactly because he’s so busy, an email asking about Sibel would be just silly. It’s not all that important now.

                Please, let’s not start with the misunderstandings that inevitably end up in those bar fights.

                An Irish anecdote(?): “Is this a private fight, or can anybody get in?”

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Candlelight , it was all about Sybill and all the emotional speculation of the editor-in- Chief. James use to comment frequently about the work, content, intention and direction ect… Then less and less as it blossomed and he had to of put a lot of time into it. Now , he needs to be interviewed. Grilled . Why?
                Cause we have more in common that not. I feel he would respond to a direct question more readily than a passing speculation in the subscriber comments. Thats all .Since he may not be a RIIA asset then I suppose he will live up to being a fine , compassionate person. Who like everyone else took Sabel for face value until…? It had to be a shock, maybe a little..He certainly is not American , in many ways he is a lot like one of my best friend who also grew up in Calgary- Red Deer. And he has no use for big- guv’ment either.

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Candlelight and Alex; your right that is so old now . its ok .
                Pearl seems to be the best decipher-er I can think of. Otherwise there’s no hope cause. I would have to get all the horses back in the barn to start over. SayLa Vie. We got new fish to fry.
                Like 5G. US Cellular has begun running ads to prompt people to get their Galaxy 5G phone in a hurry. Even though this town doesnt have 5G yet. I get the feeling if 5G gets stopped , industry will get stuck with a lot of worthless hardware. The telecoms are just finishing the fiber optic lines to homes so 5G is not needed.

              • pearl says:

                Ah! Thanks for clarifying, HRS! I’m so relieved I didn’t flip any tables this time.

              • candlelight says:


                Thanks for your reply. As you can see, both pearl and alexandre got swept up into it. 🙂

                But, about Sibel: Sybill – your spelling is actually pretty funny. Is it on purpose? Urban Dictionary’s got it down – “A girl that is hot, yet crazy. Might have several different personalities and may use all of them on you.”


                Your reaction was feeling the need to defend Corbett’s actions and/or non-actions, with regard to following up with this bizarre conundrum – the Sibel/Sybill Conundrum: You asked: “Now , he needs to be interviewed. Grilled . Why?”

                There’s no need for any grilling.

                I just want you to know that after watching the podcast again after two long years, I understand Corbett’s position. Or, at least, I have a certain theory about just why he’s been completely silent – but, unfortunately, though, it’s definitely pure speculation on my part, yet, as alexandre said, it would be silly of me to expect some sort of answer from Corbett were I to contact him directly about it. I don’t need an answer. I believe his silence, or his need for silence, or his requirement(?) for silence, has to do with who, in fact, she really is, and who she represents…. But, brother, I’m going to leave it there, the same as we’ve heard Corbett say many a times….

                However! I do not agree that hers is not an important story in general. That somehow it, or she, has lost relevance. Sibel Edmonds remains intrinsically tied to the history of the event of 9/11. And in my book, understanding and unraveling her role in obfuscating the truth about 9/11 will forever be relevant.

                But, I can’t stress enough that I have no issues with Corbett on this matter.

                Indeed, while he was definitely taken aback, completely blindsided, and utterly disgusted by Edmonds, he demonstrated no less than the chivalry of a knight, in that he stood up for Beeley and Bartlett, selflessly, and at his own expense. And no one else’s.

                Be good.

  63. manbearpig says:

    Oh! that reminds me that… I wanted to post something about stage fright… previously mentioned here…

    Before speaking, performing before an audience, the energy you channel… the fear… you feel before appearing before a crowd…is simply your body preparing you to provide energy… the energy needed to reach a crowd…

    and Intention is capital… the Intention behind that energy is what the crowd will feel…will receive…

    Intention, the subtext, is capital…

    Stagefright is your friend… make friends with that discomfort… it will make you… if not immortal then… formidable…

    • manbearpig says:

      a repeat song before bon noir:

      Hey Good night! until Sunday puts it right

      we’re all George in this video.

    • alexandre says:

      How curious that I was thinking about that exactly the other day. Watching snooker, some big final with a lot of people and I thought “all that energy focused on that one player. My god…” and then I thought that maybe you should use that “energy” (using the term loosely here) for the task, so your standpoint is what will make it fun or hell. When I play in front of people I kind of disregard them because of fear. In my case the playing is what they came for and when it starts, all goes well, but if I could change my standpoint from fear to “using the energy for the playing” like in a loop – the energy comes, goes into the play and back to them – something like that, then maybe I could play even better (if that’s at all possible – sneer). I was thinking of that and here you are talking about it. Are you … a medium?

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Alex , when you where looking at Annie Jacobson did you see this talk.

        • alexandre says:

          No, but I’ll see it now. Just finished my reply to you on the Diana West video.

          • alexandre says:

            Oh yes, I’ve seen it, yes. Thoughts?

            • generalbottlewasher says:

              Alex, the signals corps is my thought. How to code break the privacy of ones mind. Very military and very sought after prize of intelligence gathering. TMOM documentary by the Dykes. The Musk neuro- link, Hal Puhtoff professor at Stanford, Col.Tom Bearded. All that money spent on it , the theory, of hacking the radio frequency of the mind. Mirra, look you set only a foot or to away from a magnetic field generator receiver and trasmitter of your home computer. Your bio electrical systems radio frequency over laps your devices broad band frequencies and gets picked up in a carrier wave. Just a matter of decoding the frequencies and separating out yours from the noise. How many times this week alone has your internet use seem to anticipate your thoughts?.
              Signal decoding then signal transmitting capability theory. Your thoughts maestro?

              Imagine it and Darpa can try to realize it. We will be the last to know if we are hacked as we create our own thoughts.
              Also the bragging Hollywood films made recently ( last 10 years) on the subject.

              • alexandre says:

                Hi GBW, just replied to the other convulsion up there, missed this one, sorry.
                Thanks for the “maestro”.

                Yeah, erm…let’s see…

                Signal Corps, that one escaped me. Interesting. Code break the mind…hmm. Bio-electrical carried by waves. “Just a matter of decoding the frequencies” is a problem. I always ask “where’s the beef”. I don’t even know (precisely) what they mean with the brain’s “frequency” being 12Hz, as is the Earth’s. Er, sorry? My brain “pulsates” 12 times a second? Electrical what? It’s all nice sounding, but…where’s the beef? I turned off my wi-fi and it made no apparent difference. I can’t experiment and confirm these things. I have a high pitch (20kHz or higher) – I think it’s called “tinitus”? – for 30 years. I would love to find some way to get rid of this noise in my head, which sounds quite electric (like TV signal, very high) 24/7 non-stop. Is bio-electrical the same as the electricity off the wall? And if you take a brief look at Tesla or Eric Dollard, you see that no one knows what electricity is.

                I don’t want to sound “anti-esoteric” but…after being established that Annie is questionable, her talks of ESP and mysterious things also became questionable. I have difficulty with esoterics when it enters the political / military arena. Many things that are normal physics or mathematics, or visual illusions, do look like magic or something out there. In music many times a guy finishes the other guy’s phrase like a big coincidence, as if there’s some esoteric connection there. Music is the homeland of “esoteric theories”, but when you’re a musician, you know that it’s less than it looks. Chord A + chord B generates an effect (oh, how beautiful) but that’s well within the normal world (no esoterics) even if “it’s all about vibrations and frequency” – something that needs a lot of caution. And musicians (the magicians) are in general very materialistic (and chauvinistic) beings.
                So I don’t know. The whole military spending on weird esoteric stuff, Musk etc, sound to me more like “malacos” making a buck on people’s ignorance, at the same time preparing the road for Technocracy and making billions. I watched everything by the Dykes and there’s a lot there, and maybe even something that would corroborate what I’m trying to say; that caution is needed before buying all the neuralink pitch. A neuro-surgeon affirmed that chips in brains is science fiction, due to the brain’s characteristics. You don’t stick chips into a jelly and see what happens. Still, it’s exactly what the malacos sell. Where’s the beef with the AI thing? Sophia? Gimme a break. To me Annie’s selling of ESP esoteric stuff only confirms she’s a military/CIA saleswoman. DARPA has power and money, but not everything is possible – and what’s not possible, you can still sell, fool and make money. “The sell” is much bigger than “the product”. Futuristic promises that never realize, but during the process of selling it, the world changes into hell. Something like that.

              • candlelight says:


                Danko’s got stagefright, too


                I watched that link of yours on Native American-Indian slavery and how the Colonists were shipping these people around – down to the Caribbean, etc. I hadn’t heard that before. Like the panelist intimated, it’s history that’s been conveniently suppressed. I might even get the book that was mentioned – “Brethren By Nature”, that covers a comprehensive piece of this untold history.

                Also, looking up more about McGowan. Found out that he was anti-peak oil. And was calling Michael Ruppert a lot of names – charlatan, mole, etc.

                I liked Michael Ruppert. The last few years of his life he kind of dropped out, and picked up on Native American spirituality. Basically, he checked out leaving behind an old jalopy, his dog, and the gun he used to put a bullet in his head. F**king sad story. I remember him writing or speaking about some trip he took to some city, maybe Seattle, it was enough to make him feel ill. In other words, he was at a point that he couldn’t handle society anymore, with its vacuousness, the hustle bustle market of humanity. Some switch must have turned on, he must have seen the light, and couldn’t bear it.

                So, now I have to reckon with one more disillusionment, courtesy of David McGowan? Based on the premise that McGowan thinks that oil replenishes itself by bubbling up from Earth’s mantle, that it’s not a fossil fuel, but “abiotic”:

                Hey, man, go help yourself to a colossal slice of conspiracy pie!


                So, anyway, thanks to McGowan, I can now kiss Ruppert goodbye, kiss goodbye any illusions of the goodness of a whole slew of some of my favorite musicians, and say goodbye to the absolutely absurd notion of the moonwalk(what would Michael Jackson say!)! Goodness gracious, leave technology to the Japanese, then! Those dummies are busy landing rockets on asteroids just for kicks!

                It’s not easy getting everything straight.

                Though, it is also fortunate for us that McGowan, within 24 hours of 9/11, knew it was a false flag, state-sponsored event, knew the buildings were imploded, knew that draconian measures curtailing freedoms would be enacted immediately, and knew enough to write on September 12th that “The official story has already been written”.

                Even I didn’t know all that after 24 hours.

                Maybe he had connections?


              • pearl says:

                I honestly don’t know whether to McGowan or not to McGowan. Your all’s discussion regarding him has interested me very much since I was asking about him months ago. His instantaneous 9/11 insight is kind of weird, but his supporting the abiotic theory actually works to his favor. There’s lots more to that debate. I just found a link to a site featuring an interesting article supporting compelling abiotic science as well as a rather interesting debate going on the comment section:

                The article starts with a video of Col. Fletcher Prouty where he…

                “explains how oil was falsely classified a ‘fossil fuel’ in 1892. Prouty reveals how that deception was advanced further in the 70’s by Kissinger and Rockefeller. Prouty also explains that Nixon/Kissinger/Rockefeller were seeking a ‘world oil price’.

                “New science from Sweden proves oil comes naturally from rocks: Until now these believers in ‘abiotic oil’ have been dismissed as professing “bad science” but — alas — a new study has proven them correct!

                “Reported in ScienceDaily, researchers at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm have managed to prove that fossils from animals and plants are not necessary for crude oil and natural gas to be generated. The findings are revolutionary since this means, on the one hand, that it will be much easier to find these sources of energy and, on the other hand, that they can be found all over the globe.”


              • Fawlty Towers says:


                “I liked Michael Ruppert. The last few years of his life he kind of dropped out, and picked up on Native American spirituality. Basically, he checked out leaving behind an old jalopy, his dog, and the gun he used to put a bullet in his head. F**king sad story.”

                Yes sad indeed. What’s your take on his death? It seems you believe he committed suicide?
                I’m not totally convinced. Perhaps suicided?

                What surprised me was how silent the alt-media was in general after his death.

                “Though, it is also fortunate for us that McGowan, within 24 hours of 9/11, knew it was a false flag, state-sponsored event, knew the buildings were imploded, knew that draconian measures curtailing freedoms would be enacted immediately, and knew enough to write on September 12th that “The official story has already been written”.

                Even I didn’t know all that after 24 hours.

                Maybe he had connections?”

                Yes that is quite impressive, but what’s much more impressive to me is Bill Cooper’s prediction of 9/11! It’s a crying shame he was targeted and snuffed out by the police shortly after 9/11.
                That man was brilliant.

              • alexandre says:

                Candlelight, did you see my reply at the bottom? I tried to start over because the reply button disappears after some comments. I replied about McGowan and Ruppert.

                Pearl – To McGowan or not to McGowan – Hurray!
                And yes, I thought abiotic oil was already established. They found oil in regions that, if made out of fossil, shouldn’t be there. Etcetera. Of course, in this age every discussion will go on forever.

                Fawlty Towers – good question about Ruppert’s “suicide”. I also found it very strange. Did you see the videos of him going through the ritual, baths etc? Very strange. At some point I wondered if he didn’t simply take off, like whenever you’re quitting the psy-op, you produce your own suicide and go away. It’s a ridiculous thought, but just to show how my mind was looking for an explanation because…suicide? I don’t know, but hey…maybe it was. People do kill themselves, and in a talk he gave he cried saying something like “I don’t want to see my children go through that” – meaning peak oil and all the “back to the stone age” thing. He looked really depressed and he seemed to really believe peak oil. I don’t know. Did Candlelight respond? I’m totally lost here.

              • pearl says:

                You’re not lost, Alex! You were able to get back on the thread! And Candlelight burns bright in the wee hours.

                Of course, in this age every discussion will go on forever.

                Sad but true!

              • alexandre says:

                Hear that, Candlelight?
                “The light that burns twice as bright burns half as long” said Mr Tyrell. So…don’t burn too bright, eh.

                Anyone gone to the last Rose interview yet?

              • candlelight says:

                Haha, Pearl! Then candlelight crashes in the wee wee hours(the hours after the wee hours)!

                The link you posted about the abiotic source of crude has some interesting comments below the article, and I tend to go with those who support the notion that oil is derived from ancient organisms and is the standard fossil fuel model. That’s not to say that the theory of an abiotic source is impossible. But, whatever studies were done doesn’t seem to have replicated long chain hydrocarbon molecules such as what predominates in crude. If you read the comments posted by people who claim to have long working experience and knowledge in the field, as one says, the title of the article is rather hyperbolic, in that, one, the fossil model in not a theory, and, two, the article far from “busts” it.

                As I’ve read elsewhere, even if the abiotic theory is true, that crude is very deep down, and not easily accessible. But, listen, I’m no expert. Yet, I do know that in 2014 when oil prices were manipulated and crashed, a lot of small oil drilling companies in the US went belly up because the cost of conventional drilling was too high – high costs and low output. Somehow, Ruppert’s theory seems to make sense. The deeper you have to drill, the more it costs, especially if you’re not hitting any gushers, and most wells aren’t. The industry is constantly improvising to try to extract enough oil for sustainability – drilling deeper, slant drilling, increasing pressure, etc. If it were so easy these days to extract oil, why do they want to open up vast new areas of Alaskan preserves and elsewhere? Why would they need to? Why would they have felt the need to build, at great expense, that dastardly pipeline from the Canadian oil sands – crappy oil that’s a mucky,thick and sludgy slop – all the way down to the Gulf of Mexico(I think the idea was recently abandoned just days ago)? You know what I’m saying? When it comes to believing in easily accessible, economically sustainable, ever replenishing abiotic crude, we have as our source of information, the Russians and Dave McGowan.

                Pearl, if I’ve made any errors with the foregoing, you have my permission to rap my knuckles with that ruler of yours! And strike out my mistakes with red marker!! 🙂

              • candlelight says:

                Falwty Towers –

                It’s funny you should mention Bill Cooper, because when I finished my post about McGowan being a little too prescient, that’s who I thought of with his amazing prediction warning that if they say Bin Laden attacked us – “Don’t you believe it!” And his lead up to that warning was both an eyeopener and an incredible primer in just plain horse sense! I found nothing in the slightest sinister in it.

                McGowan, though, I just get really bad vibes. The interview of him that I’m linking below was nearly unbearable to listen to – it sounded like such hogwash. Just stupidity. He didn’t even sound like he wrote his own book (Laurel Canyon). His one point he repeats over and over again is the familial connection McGowan claims the musicians had to military intelligence. Oh? Do we have to read the book to find out just how many connections there were, besides Jim Morrison and his dad? In a whole hour, he mentions zero specifics. Plus all these stupid innuendos, like why would all these people go to LA, and why to Laurel Canyon?? Oooh, how spooky! Later in the interview, this moron answers his own question when he says unlike LA’s environs, Laurel Canyon was really pretty, rolling hillsides with lovely flora and fauna, etc.,etc….. Well, duh? Then there’s no wonder folks gravitated to hanging out there, not just musicians, but Hollywood types. It makes perfect effing sense, if the place is beautiful. And all that guilt by association which runs through the entire novel, such as rubbing up against a psychopath like Manson, who made the rounds. Maybe he came off as real quirky, but cool enough to let into their clique. Was everyone supposed to know the guy would turn out to be a murdering lunatic? And the timeline of his major premise of the CIA influence over these people and the CIA’s so-called objectives of quelling anti-war protest makes absolutely no sense. His timeline vs sequential historical events don’t add up. All I can say is, McGowan is just plain ridiculous. He’s total bullshit.

                Getting back to his Sept. 12th article wherein he basically outlined and encapsulated nearly the entire gamut of talking points of what would become the 9/11 truth movement, listen to what he says in his interview @ 18.33 mins, but, when he mentions the ant-war movement or talks of anti-war protests, please substitute and think 9/11 truth movement, instead. If you do that, then he takes the words right out of my mouth as to what I think his Sept. 12th article is all about:


                By the way, as for Ruppert, and him killing himself, if I may paraphrase, he went as far as to tell a confidant and friend, that if it seems as if I committed suicide, I did.

              • candlelight says:


                “Time to grow up and throw away everything that’s not within your arm’s reach and any authority that doesn’t come from your own experience.”

                Those are words to live by.

                I’m glad you don’t think Ruppert was a fraud or a mole. And, I agree with you, that he did truly believe in peek oil.

                What I think he may not have calculated in his dire predictions is the effect that ever more advancing technology has on the industry, combined with ever greater fuel efficiency, not only seen in cars, but basically in whatever uses fuel from crude and natural gas. And he probably didn’t realize they’d be fracking the crap out of the countryside, everywhere and anywhere.

                Anyway, candlelight is now out of midnight oil. Maybe I’ll be going Corbett Report by airmail.

                Or maybe I’ll bump into you at the supermarket. Lol

                But, one way or another….

                ….I’ll be back. Thud

              • candlelight says:

                haha, I didn’t know you snuck that in – the light that burns twice as bright…..

                And, damn, now I’m out!


              • pearl says:

                “Anyone gone to the last Rose interview yet?”

                Yes, check it out! Conversations thriving there too! Same goes for the Ron Paul post. Keep up, Alex! 🙂

                Candlelight, my scientific knowledge is woefully childish, and the more I talk surely the more apparent this becomes, BUT the only reservation I have is that “renewable” be tied to the idea of instant refills. Even if it may be concluded that oil is abiotic, our groaning, shifting earth takes its time replacing and displacing it. So, in the scheme of things, maybe in pans out the same?

                Okay, I’m in over my head…back to the shallow end of the pool I go.

              • alexandre says:

                Candlelight – I guess Pearl’s question – to McGowan or not to McGowan – has been answered. The bastard seems to get on your nerves, ha ha. Yeah, he seems stoned all the time. Here’s a fresh view of the whole sczhabackel. Maybe a look from another perspective helps – other than reading the damn book.

                Jay Dyer with a lot of people talking about it.

                Another Jay Dyer, now alone talking about another McGowan’s book “Programmed to Kill” maybe shed some light on the man.


                Jay has a whole series on Hollywood (and he’s a very learned fellow). To me – to McGowan, but there you go. The bastard is dead anyway – laughs of dark humor.

                The petroleum issue I can’t go into. I know nothing, the abiotic makes sense, Huppert seems to have killed himself, but I know nothing. I know this is yet another slavery instrument. A double slavery, where you need to sell your self to buy petroleum (and derivatives). It’s not mine and I depend on it. Bad setup from the start. So whatever direction – biotic or abiotic – is fine with me.

  64. cooly says:


    Chants From The Thin Red Line
    Song: Jisas yu holem hand blong mi

    Le Mystere Des Voix Bulgares vol. 1
    Song: Erghen Diado

    Short, pretty songs.

    • Fawlty Towers says:

      Wow, who would have thunk?
      Another Le Mystere Des Voix Bulgares fan!
      If anyone here hasn’t heard of them yet, please do check them out.
      They sing such heavenly music. 🙂

  65. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Another Saturday Night Music Fest on this “Open Thread”

    (pause as the vinyl spins and the needle comes down)

    The great folk singer from the North, Zhang Gasong, can sure pick that Chinese Banjo as he sings songs from his recent album…
    Tales of COVID-19 Coronavirus
    (2 minutes)

    Some of the lyrics (I think):
    “…if I had known the village was on lockdown I wouldn’t have pretended to be rich by renting a car to return home.”

    “Had I known my village was going to be locked down, I would have held my girlfriend’s hand more❤.”
    He is singing for his grandma to cheer her up.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Here is Zhang Gasong’s Music Video with GRAPHICS & Translation
      (Don’t miss the bat soup)

    • manbearpig says:

      Yes, intriguing video! Thanks for that HRS! Apparently it’s made the buzz in France too but I hadn’t seen it; a belligerantly mirthful energy like “ha ha ha TAKE THAT!”

      But from everything you hear about censorship in China and the ruthlessness of the Chinese Government that even this musician refers to, I really have to wonder for this guy’s safety… I wonder, did he make the video as well or… was that someone else? as the lyrics themselves might be seen as somewhat cryptic, but not the images…?



      • stephen11 says:

        Is Mickey Zhang the guy in the channel’s photo and a relation to Gasong Zhang?

        Thats how I took it at first.

        When I view the ‘Wuhan Epidemic’ song on my phone it says 121 views.

        • manbearpig says:

          very good question! this is where my social-network techno-illiteracy comes into play… Maybe Pearl could answer that!?

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Here is my take…

            The “Mickey Zhang” YouTube channel is probably some person in the west posting Gasong’s work.
            Gasong also seems to meet a variety of westerners in China.
            One video talks about his “big brother” who probably is the drummer.

            I am sure that many westerners enjoy Gasong’s “joy of living”, unpretentiousness and exploring nature. I sure do. I don’t need to understand the words. I can pick-up the intent and fun.

            I have read comments that some of Gasong Zhang’s work has been censored in China.

            My top comment above, the Twitter post is by Alex Davey.
            He writes:
            “Last night I made my first appearance on Irish national television to bring context to the tragic deaths of 39 ”Chinese nationals” found in the back of a truck container in Essex. There are still a lot of unanswered questions. My heart breaks for the families of these victims.”
            The 2 minute video was very enlightening for me in better understanding China.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Regarding this YouTube video from my comment:
              “Here is Zhang Gasong’s Music Video with GRAPHICS & Translation”
              (Don’t miss the bat soup)

              Actually, originally, I tried to find another source for the video which had the GRAPHICS.
              Here is why…

              When you go to the “YouTube Channel Holder” (Mulan Chuanqi), you will notice names/videos like Guo Wengui, aka “Miles Kwok”, Steve Bannon, Kyle Bass.

              Also NOTICE that you do not “see” the video on the Mulan Chuanqi video list for February 2020. This may be because of YouTube censorship and “limiting” certain videos…I don’t know.
              I heard on a YouTube video which I was watching that some videos regarding the coronavirus are “limited”. …whatever that means.

              The U.S. has its strong anti-China faction, and these government influencers (Guo Wengui, aka “Miles Kwok”, Steve Bannon, Kyle Bass) play a big role in that.
              Propaganda wars between nations.

              On Corbett Report’s October 2019 Interview 1482 – The China Deception on This Week in Money, I posted quite a bit of information about Guo Wengui, aka “Miles Kwok”, Steve Bannon, Kyle Bass.
              Skim through this comment and the ones below it…

  66. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The other day you posted this video of
    Dr Shiva Ayyadurai testifying at the Connecticut Statehouse about VACCINE MANDATES by authorities.
    i.e. “We need to Decentralize Medicine. That’s science.”

    I can’t find your original comment.

    But I gotta tell ya, that this was an incredibly skillful presentation on Dr. Shiva’s part.
    As an example, notice how he withdraws in a communication manner which causes the panel to reach towards him with questions.
    Another example: He doesn’t “fight with” nor “push” the perspective, but validates the panel’s viewpoints and then rolls the communication from there. He makes people right.
    (16 minutes)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      A tidbit about Dr Shiva Ayyadurai and Fran Drescher.
      Both tweeted that they had married and the event was widely reported as such in the media around September 2014.
      Ayyadurai later said it was not “a formal wedding or marriage”, but a celebration of their “friendship in a spiritual ceremony with close friends and her family.”
      The couple parted ways two years later.

      Corbett Report’s March 2019 Positive Propaganda? – #PropagandaWatch talked about a 2 1/2 minute video of kids giving advice for healthy eating and living.
      Actor Jamie Foxx and Fran Drescher appeared in the video.

      On that Corbett Report “Positive Propaganda” episode, Corbett also had a clip from his previous visit to Anarchapulco.

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Homey are you becoming a counterintelligence scholar in your spare time on top of being an expert in selling ice cubes to Eskimos.?
      I dig it. I think I put it in the past TCR vaccine reports.
      Very persuasive.

  67. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This video is pretty good.
    …and I will bet the “corruption list” at the World Health Organization goes on for so many pages that it breaks down servers.

    “China Uncensored” GooTube Channel
    Coronavirus: How WHO Corruption Helped It Spread
    (18 minutes) …and ya gotta love the humor.

  68. manbearpig says:

    In case anyone’s interested, here are some English subtitles to Zhang Gasong’s song provided by CIAspy in the twitter thread linked by HRS above. I cannot vouch for their quality but…;

    “The Chinese New Year is bitter, not relaxing.
    Even having a chewing gum you won’t feel the sweetness,
    How pathetic are wild animals on the restaurant tables?
    Infection of Coronavirus brings you pneumonia.
    Wash your hands often, wash your face again and after that wash your brains!
    Calling the virus “Mr Crown” is an idiot
    The new Corona virus is spreading
    Animals put human into cages.
    Grandpa and grandma can’t buy face masks,
    It’s no fun to put orange peels on your face!
    Access to villages turns into blocking villages, and
    the secretary of the Provincial Party Committee is also a stranger!
    The Hostess went to Frontline to fight against virus,
    Their Nanny who buried cat alive should be condemned!
    The drones break through the blockage and
    Accomplished charity through bypassing charity orgs!
    China Red Cross confiscated supplies, denied journalists to visit and
    The City gov’s car driver picked up face masks from Red Cross only for the City management!
    JieErin can protect from SARS, “Double Yellow Lotus” can protect from Corona virus,
    Just like smog can block missile, Kelp can block submarine!
    Banlangen (an herb) can’t figure it out,
    Double Yellow Cake can’t figure it out either!
    I hadn’t planned to tell about these things originally,
    Just because I drunk some alcohol and it was too hot and made me restless!”

    (well, I can totally relate to that last part!)

    I read into these lyrics that the Corona virus is being used as a weapon against the poor, elderly, vulnerable peasants, who are victimized by institutionalized mismanagement of relief and masks by the Government, the Red Cross and Charity Orgs partially thwarted by the solidarity of citizen-operated drones that successfully bypassed government-sponsored blockades.
    Furthermore, this vulnerable population is being stigmatized in the media as unwashed, uneducated, superstitious and the cause of the outbreak. wash wash and brainwash!
    It’s being used as a pretext to go backwards and re-isolate villages that had been opened up and connected to the modern world with strangers being put in charge of them.
    The rich hostess fled the epidemic (purportedly to fight it) as the poor nanny had to stay behind and cope as best as she could, burying the cat alive, and so, as portrayed in the brainwashing media, is superstitious, barbaric and must be condemned
    while rich cynical scientist animals put poor Humans in cages,
    rich patrons eat wild animals in high class restaurants, flee the epidemic and abscond with the masks and relief.
    And while rich people’s ads are peddling lame remedies for profit,
    it’s idiotic to call this the king of the viruses; the Crown virus, as it’s not stupid and won’t be vanquished by wash wash washing your brains but will mutate into the new, new Corona virus.

    But What do you understand?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Nice. Thanks for the lyrics ManBearPig! You are a dream.

    • alexandre says:

      I understand that Ahriman is coming and this once beautiful Earth is turning into a psychotic hell (that is, Hell after going insane) to prepare the way for Him, the great unspeakable destroyer, aka Kali (it goes by many names) so this epoch can finally end and the cycle can restart again in one more of the many hoops (as showed in the visions of Black Elk) of this procession that we will never understand, mainly because it’s not our job to do so.

  69. manbearpig says:

    I love Mr Corbett’s facial expression as he stares indignantly into the distance on the

    “Climate Alarmists Are “Moving The Goalposts” To SCARE YOU Into Submission!” page

    A seminal recap of our dire situation if I may say so!

  70. Jeffa says:

    Does anybody have some bibliographical suggestions for good historical/revisionist interpretations of 1776 war between colonialists and … um … colonialists … so called Revolutionary war? Along the lines of James’ work on WW1? Thanks to you smarties with good leads.

  71. HomeRemedySupply says:

    February 23 Sunday
    February 24 Monday
    National Holiday in Japan

    The Emperor’s Birthday in Japan for 2020 is February 23rd, a Sunday.
    Since it falls on a Sunday this year, the 24th is the National Holiday from work.

    I think Coronavirus fears have forced the cancellation of Naruhito’s first public birthday celebration as emperor at Tokyo’s Imperial Palace on February 23rd 2020.

    Emperor Akihito’s birthday was on December 23rd and this was the date of the holiday between 1989 and 2018. In April 2019, Akihito became the first living monarch to relinquish the Chrysanthemum throne in nearly 200 years.

    His successor, Emperor Naruhito’s birthday is on February 23rd is now the date of the Emperor’s Birthday holiday from 2020.

    James Corbett gave us the low-down last year with his article of March 31, 2019 “Japan’s Emperor is Abdicating. Here’s What It Means.”

  72. alexandre says:

    Just found something interesting, perhaps disturbing, at least curious for anyone who knows Spike Milligan. He’s giving an interview (in the 80s?) and says he’s very worried about the future of his grand grand sons because of resources, overpopulation etc. I mean, even when you just go fo some laughs with old videos, you find this damn propaganda again.

    Just a historical curiosity.

  73. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Authoritative Mandatory QUARANTINE
    What are your thoughts?

    “quarantine” – definition as a verb – impose isolation on (a person, animal, or place)

    • CQ says:

      I guess a quarantine, or isolation, doesn’t have to be mandated ONLY during an (alleged) outbreak of a (supposedly) contagious disease.

      I’m remembering how Bostonians were effectively quarantined after the Boston bombing drill. Hmm, I guess that could also be called martial law or a lock down.

      It’s getting to the point where it seems these terms and practices can be applied interchangeably. All with the evil intent of containing and controlling individuals’ thoughts and actions by making us believe that we are NOT born free, NOT autonomous, sovereign beings, but are instead designed to be fearful, obedient robots/slaves/lab rats who do the bidding of our superior eugenicist masters.

      Seems like these quarantines are part of one huge, ongoing experiment to see just how submissive we will become to their violent force, their immoral and illegal edicts, their clever coercion, their outright lies.

      As James made clear in one of his recent Anarchapulco interviews, he refuses to submit; he would rather die standing up to “them.” That’s probably the feeling most of us here have.

      P.S. Edited to change “edits” to “edicts.” Not far off: “They” would like to “edit” us out of existence with the click of a delete button!

    • alexandre says:

      I’m already in an auto-inflicted 20 years long + – quarantine, so it wouldn’t make that much of a difference for me. 😛

      Apparently the first case of coronavirus was registered in São Paulo, Brazil, at the Albert Einstein Hospital. Man, 61, brought it from Italy and family is in observation.

      “Albert Einstein hospital registered the suspicion, made a test that came out positive. The case went to the Adolfo Lutz Institute for confirmation and in 3 hours it was confirmed it was a coronavirus infeccion. The average for such conclusions usually take 3 days, according to Mandetta.”

      – Mandetta is minister of health, and this last bit is curious. Usually it takes 3 days, but in this case it was 3 hours.

      Source -> Globo. Main central mainstream king of the mainstream central services official TV channel in Brazil.

      If wanted I could translate the rest, for 8 pezetas per word. Just kidding.

  74. manbearpig says:

    Next by cross-modalling they’ll be determining how lazy you are, the quality of your genes, if you’re prone to criminality and more generally “why the various peoples of the world occupy the positions they do.”…

    MIT researchers demonstrate cross-modal biometrics with facial approximation from voice
    Jun 7, 2019 | Chris Burt

    “…Researchers at MIT have developed a neural network-based model for associating vocal characteristics with facial ones to create approximate images of speakers from a short audio clip, Fast Company reports.

    “Speech2Face: Learning the Face Behind a Voice” goes beyond predicting age and gender from speech by including “non-negligible correlations between craniofacial features (e.g., nose structure) and voice,” the researchers write…

    Cloudflare researcher Nick Sullivan tweeted concern about the inclusion of his face and voice in the research, but Fast Company notes that voice biometrics have mostly slipped under the radar of lawmakers and regulators considering facial recognition…”

    • manbearpig says:

      So while facial recognition causes controversy, your face can be lifted through voice recognition that’s “gone under the radar”… you may’ve put duck tape on your laptop camera, they’ve got your voice print… Hey Alexa, remind me to get a voiceover…


      • alexandre says:

        Hi there. Just a wee comment.
        My sister would say these people need sex. They’re obsessed with this simulation / recognition / cognition / artificial reality stupidity to such a point that they’re not in some mad house because they have “scientific immunity”. They’re obsessed, possessed and helping papa install Technocracy on us. Bastards all.

        Does anybody here have an Alexa or some of these shites? I don’t understand how people fall for this…but, it’s the 00s.

        MBP, what number are you already? – after your 400?

  75. HomeRemedySupply says:

    (3 minute video)
    Naomi Seibt vs. Greta Thunberg: Whom Should We Trust?

  76. Duck says:

    Went to the store and noticed a few more heavily laden carts then usual…. has anyone else noticed people stocking up in the stores?
    I am expecting people to start getting worried and panic buying some time within the next week as the media gradually ramps up reporting about Corona virus

  77. HomeRemedySupply says:

    FLUORIDE EPA LAWSUIT – Trial coming soon

    February 24, 2020
    Derrick Broze interviews Dr. Paul Connett on the Historic Trial That Could End Water Fluoridation

  78. jarmstrong says:

    Is Phillip Haney a suitable subject for a “Requiem for the Suicided”?

  79. alexandre says:

    This is a continuation of two posts by Candlelight and Pearl regarding basically McGowan and peak oil. (There’s no “reply” anymore so I”m starting here).

    Candlelight – you know more about McGowan than me, man. I didn’t know about the 911 stuff. Him calling Ruppert names also, had no idea. Interesting bit Mike Ruppert, thanks for bringing him up. I have a long lecture by him that is amazing and I remember what a hero he became, BUT THEN…. peak oil was indeed shown to be a fraud (or we wouldn’t be driving anymore) started by what’s his name, M.K. Hubbert back in the middle ages, so AGAIN…you have somebody coming out with revelations that blows your socks, ONLY to find out it’s a cover of a cover, unbeknownst to the current hero, whoever it may be. I don’t think Ruppert was a fraud or a mole. I believe he believed what he was saying, as Spike Milligan also believed in super-population – probably thanks to (trumpet intro) Super-Fraud Paul Erlich – as a friend of mine truly believed in technocracy as the best solution to everything etc.

    This is the age of the psychotic Russian dolls, the age of IF-THEN, and AND-THEN. You find something AND THEN you find 4 more layers contradicting one another, all with scientific proof, as I always say.

    Mike Ruppert was ex policeman. Col Fletcher Prouty was a Col. Could someone say for sure they’re not part of some propaganda “action” as they say? A campaign of info-disinformation-info-again-disinfo-some-more until your brains blow up? Even if you check the evidence you’re screwed because you will find contradicting evidence – IF you can read the evidence yourself without being blown by legalese etc. Yes, goodbye to all heroes etc. This makes me think that it’s a spiritual exercise to understand that “no more gurus”. Time to grow up and throw away everything that’s not within your arm’s reach and any authority that doesn’t come from your own experience. Something like that, because it’s really a nightmare of information and all of them could be, knowingly or not, agents of the matrix. Hey, maybe we are agents ourselves by simply being here writing this personal stuff all the time, who knows? The internet is the Matrix, right? And while we’re trying to figure out the basics, our money and lives drip away imperceptibly. To me the internet is a giant psy-op and the only way out is…well…out. But then I wouldn’t have anyone to talk to, like you nice invisible fellers here! Could we do Corbett Report by air mail? Corbett Report Unplugged!?

    Gotta go out get deeper into debt a bit more. See you in some hours.

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Alex, this is your computer talking. Pull out the guitar and create a new piece of music. then publish it. Now get to work. You are not dead yet.

      The esoteric was not being used in recent post. We must define the terms. All of that came from patients and news releases books and cited sources. Dig in after you make new music.

      • alexandre says:

        Ha ha ha. If my computer was that wise, it would turn itself off!

        Sorry, esoteric … er… I’ll have to read that again. But hey, if I remember it, if ESP and the vibration / electric fields etc is true, then it is. I’m ok with that. Only it only seem to work in the opposite direction, like the “you create your reality” bit. Curiously you can’t create 10.000 dollars in your account, or a call from Beyonce, so it must be understood as “a part of you that you don’t know” helps to create your reality, so it’s true, only more complicated and less controllable. I’ll try to find that post again. This reply link that disappears after some comments is a pain.

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          Alex these wackos, malacos? Have been doing things against nature. Got to be a part of Neo-Life. Camille pointed out a while back.
          I was going to ask you , are they spraying the skies there. Either with dumps or chemtrails? Nano-particulates?

          Listen to what Plaudit Stabber says about the dumps in Vermont.

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            Alex, oops the malicos link got left out. Also auto correct always screws with peoples names . that should read Claudia Stauber in Vermont.
            Malacos link.

            We are going to hit 500 before this open thread peters out.

            • generalbottlewasher says:

              Alex I got a story that will liven up this funeral procession into debt.
              2008- had to cover the property debt, and I mean now. So as all good artists do from time to time i took “Big Red” to the pawn shop. Thats what I called my 1964 Red medium Hollow body GS150 Gibson. Dual pickups . Dual tone, volume controls three way switch for the pick ups. Wha- Wha bar. Neck as straight as an arrow .The red maple body had ivory coloured trim.
              Needless to say, I still got the property but red is gone. Dont hock the ax !

            • alexandre says:

              Man, I had to laugh with Plaudit Stabber! These auto-correctors. That’s a hell of a stabber, eh? A “Plaudit” stabber, damn.

              Sad story about Big Red. I’m crying. Well, I have nothing to take to the pawn shop, so I’m good there. My old Aria Pro is worth I think about 10 reais. I could sell my sister to Arabs, but I think they’d turn her down. Ha ha ha…if she ever reads this.
              Monty Python’s medical song: “I left my body to science, but I’m afraid they turned it down”.

              Well, Clauida Stauber, well done! (Weldone?) Very good. Look for Dr Rima Laibow. She says – “it’s about control and depopulation”. That words makes me go “hmm”, but maybe it is about that after all. The population IS decreasing, so…yeah. I’m with Claudia – no vaccines ever. In fact I stopped vaccinating my dogs for about 5 years now, and they’re doing pretty well. And if they quarantine me, it won’t change much. We’re already almost quarantined. Only trip is to the supermarket, then the pharmacy and back. This is no life. We’re living the reverb of the end of the world, which must have happened around the 90s to 2000. Or maybe this is the end of the world, but in such a slow motion that you can’t see it, like leaves changing color. AND the old indian already said it: “The end of life and the beginning of survival”. Hear hear…Maybe this is the end of survival.

              I don’t see chem-trails here. I saw some weird long trails once about a year ago, but it’s very rare. I have no idea if that goes on here, certainly not at the level of the US. But I’m sure there’s got to be some spraying in Brazil. I’ll check it out.

              The sciencedaily link has a source for the study – here:

              Some Corbeteer with knowledge in this field should take a look and see if this is bullshit or not. That neurosurgeon saying “it’s science fiction” always comes to mind whenever this thing appears. Studies can be as pretty as they like, but I want to see a brain with a chip connected to it – and working right. Wheeeeere’s the beef!???

              “Peters out”?

              • alexandre says:

                Some people talking about “memristors”. One reply starts with:

                “No, they make a claim and their only sources are their own work that doesn’t appear to have been peer reviewed or even vouched for by anyone that doesn’t work for them.
                A true memristor as envisioned by Chua would be a revolutionary device of extreme utility. If knownm has what they say they have, the company would be worth billions. But they’ve been around for years and their website looks like every other scammy snake oil site out there.”


                Some more stuff I can’t understand:

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Alex, you are going to speak better English than an British fellow.

                Peter out. Verb; to diminish until coming to an end.
                In use; the hot water always peters out when I shower.
                May have a double entandra so use it with caution.

              • alexandre says:

                Oh, geez…entandra? Lemme check.

                Peter out, thank you. I’m petering out as times go by. Do you pronounce peeter, like the name, or péter, as in letter?

                Thanks for the lessons. I almost can do glottal stops!

                entandra … entandra … sorry, only found entendre. A french word meaning perceive, hear, understand. Is tha’ it?

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Alex , im guessing the chip in the brain nonsense is a red herring away from the charged atmosphere and frequency studies on life. You can imagine the scenario Where someone goes bezerk and claims a chip has been implanted in his body. Of course after execution the coroner goes looking for the chip and can’t find one so therefore no cause but nature made him go bezerk. Nothing to see or find here. There is too many patents and papers on it for people like Poppy Crum not to earn a fortune weoponizing the gadgets for the DOD, DRAPA. Do you suppose people are being targeted. Is it a High, Medium or No posibility when you say where’s the beef?
                You and i would never be a candidate for that but someone like Ayyadurai who keeps saying Outlandish things about the Establishment might. Here’s a new one from STG reports.
                He says some things that use to be taboo. He is a strange case . maybe just a new Cromsky type to lead us in circle jerking.


              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Alex you got to know your double entendres. Risque not without risk.
                Spell check spells it with a’s. Going to take this device to the doctor and see why it spells worse than me. Maybe its gone novo virus?

              • alexandre says:

                Well, I finally took a look at this Poppy Crum you guys talk about. (I thought it was the name of a rock band). Give me a break. She came from the same atol as Ida Auken and other TED talkers, trained speakers and actors, salespeople being vomited by the thousands from some PR industry far away, whose rhetoric should be immediately disregarded despite how incredible it seems. One should not fall for their smart tricks (a pun?). Interesting that Poppy talks about “authenticity”, because I can smell her acting from here. I’d like to punch these people in the face, or, more gently, slap them into place – as Billy Connolly used to say.

                So, what were you saying…ah yes, where’s the beef. I keep asking. I have no idea what to think of targeted individuals. Sounds complete lunacy, even though I have some of the symptoms myself. When you are in a digital domain, anything is possible, or not. The notion of “being” becomes totally vague. Is it true? Not true? What’s the real difference? You’ll know when it happens to you, and I’ll know when it happens to me.

                I don’t want to believe anything regarding these futuristic tech issues, or see papers and studies; I wanna see it in action, for real, live. This futuristic blarney (how d’you like that?) has been around before Buck Rogers and The Jetsons. If it was to be taken seriously, by now I’d be visiting my past incarnations in my intertranstemporal-vehicle before dinner in Mars. Nothing. Zip. Niente. In fact we humans – not replicants like Ida and Poppy – are much closer to the middle ages than anything else. As we move backwards, and the upper bastards forward, the selling keeps going and going, promising and promising, telling us how “it will be”. It will be feudalism 2.0 + The Inquisition 2.0, that’s what it’ll be. I’m really tired. Brain chips? Red herrings, yes, but Who needs’em anyway when you have a population more mind controlled and stupefied than a PC, that thinks an iPhone is astounding technology? I mean, it’s done. It is a new reality and everything smells of an ad campaign selling us further and further into the 1984/BNW blarney. (Just found that word on the dictionary, so I shall use it constantly, but you can stop me).

                I like a quote from Frank Zappa I heard recently: “Jazz isn’t dead, it just smells funny”. Don’t know if it’s related to the above, but there you go. I’m not too rational a person.

              • alexandre says:

                Spell checkers, yes take him to the doctor. (laughs)

                Didn’t comment on Shiva, but as I said before, I ain’t following for no banana in my tailpipe! If you believe the word “senate” has any meaning, go for it. He sure is talking about all the good stuff, as they always do. And it’s always “maybe this time….”

  80. bill_i says:

    Alexandre: “Only it only seem to work in the opposite direction, like the “you create your reality” bit. Curiously you can’t create 10.000 dollars in your account, or a call from Beyonce, so it must be understood as “a part of you that you don’t know” helps to create your reality, so it’s true, only more complicated and less controllable.”

    As far as I know, the original source of “you create your own reality” was the channeled Seth but those who used it afterwards dumbed it down, and rarely attributed it to its originator.

    Seth approached it from different directions in the books he dictated, but it can be simplified into two kinds:

    1. Each person creates their own unique space continuum unconsciously through their physical (the usual 5) senses. These are coordinated telepathically (which is why two people sitting at a table will agree on the size and shape of, say, objects sitting on the table).

    2. Conscious beliefs are also key to reality creation, which is why Seth advised his readers to examine their beliefs and, when appropriate, modify them.

    Seth, who spoke through Jane Roberts from 1963 until her death in 1984 covered a lot of ground, not just in a number of books he dictated, but also in “non-book” sessions, of which there are many. All of this is archived in New Haven at the Yale University Library, while a number of the books are still in print. Early on, too, Ms. Roberts was concerned about her psychic endeavors and endured extensive testing, successfully.

    Seth embedded exercises in his texts to validate them. An example concerning “probable selves and realities” is found in _The “Unknown Reality”_ Volume One as “Practice Element 1.” Those who have reported their experiences from doing just this exercise alone have called it “mind blowing.”

    A good introduction to Seth is his own book: _Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul_ (I would start with this one, not the earlier _The Seth Material_, which only contains excerpts from sessions. Note that enthusiasts use “the Seth material” to refer to all of Seth’s utterances.)

    Perhaps the best single book Seth dictated on reality creation is _The Nature of Personal Reality_.

    I doubt I would have ever heard of Seth had I not “seen” a persistent image of the cover of _Seth Speaks_ (with my “inner eye” as my eyes were closed) the first time I ever meditated (very informally — I didn’t follow any particular tradition or some arcane technique; I’d gleaned what I could from Lawrence LeShan’s _How to Meditate_ and simply took a few long, slow deep breaths, closed my eyes, deliberately relaxed my body, and allowed my thoughts to come to a stop.)

    Seth admonished his readers not to treat him as their “authority” instead advising them to access their own “intuitive portions of self.”

    From his introduction to _Seth Speaks_:

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

    • alexandre says:

      Bill, sorry the delay. Thanks for the effort. I haven’t heard of Seth, the most I got a long time ago was Lazaris, remember him? But that is a realm I usually stay away from. I have my own personal … beliefs, one might say…or experiences and I go like Stalker in Tarkovsky’s film. Intuitively throwing my slingshot and then following it wherever it leads. “Follow your bliss” said another guy, and so I do, and whatever reality comes, I’ll accept that.

  81. lamont says:

    Here is what the Council On Foreign Relations has to say about the Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) outbreak:

    “Speakers discuss how the coronavirus outbreak is testing global health governance, its broader economic consequences, and its implications for the Chinese political system.”

  82. manbearpig says:

    ? I’m just curious…

    In the following extract from the IRAMOT; Iranian Technological Innovation Management Journal website,

    does anyone understand what they mean by:

    “…It is also estimated that the best time to replace 5G technology with 4G is 2029…”

    “5G penetration rate forecast in Iran

    …The 5G technology penetration rate in Iran in the first year of the launch is predicted to be about 0.95% based on the Pareto method. The number of 5G unique subscribers in the years after the launch is also forecasted from the number of 4G technology unique subscribers which is predicated by the Gompertz method. The best time for the widespread investment of the operator in the 5G is 2025. It is also estimated that the best time to replace 5G technology with 4G is 2029…”

  83. alexandre says:

    I thought I should just left this here. I typed “geoengineering” on Google, looking for Dane Wiginton’s site (couldn’t remember his name), and the only thing I found up to now that’s not the official “saving the earth from climate change” blarney was in page 12. An article called “A Geoengineering Trojan Horse” by Silvia Ribeiro (probably Brazilian) at “Project Syndicate” (never heard). So I thought I’d post her article here.

    But what’s interesting is that I went through exactly what James talked about in his “We Need to Talk About Search” video. If I didn’t remember more or less the documentary “What in the World are They Spraying” and then looked for the guy with his name on the screen, I would never find him. I mean, I continued clicking and his site “” finally showed up on page 18, but who gets even to page 2? So there you go. TCR will be at least a valuable repository for everything that is being disappeared by Google.

  84. manbearpig says:

    I hadn’t heard that Freeman Dyson had died…

    Heller’s eulogie:

    Given JASON, the Princeton Institute for Advanced Study, John Von Neumann and all… I can’t quite understand why this… sort of affects me…

    Maybe because, whatever the case may be, he seems to have worn his first name well…?

  85. alexandre says:

    This is an interesting one, I think. Anyone heard of QuinetiQ? Didn’t find anything here on TCR, so here it goes. The Mike and Doug Show.

    “Qinetiq is a British multinational defense technology company headquartered in Farnborough, Hampshire. It is the world’s 52nd-largest defense contractor measured by 2011 defense revenues, and the sixth-largest based in the UK.”

  86. alexandre says:

    And the moon is plasma after all. What does James say… “who-d-have-thunk-it”?

    • candlelight says:


      I take a sort of strange comfort, or maybe it simply tickles the funny bone to think that there actually were bona fide, far-out kooks even prior to the advent of the Internet! I mean, really, gee golly, everyone knows the moon is made of cheese, not freakin plasma…. I hope Corbett would agree!

      Did you see my post with links to Charlie Veitch exposes Charlie Veitch, parts 1, 2 & 3? Do you remember Charlie Veitch, founder of the Love Police, and ex 9/11 truther? I used to think he was pretty cool. He can be found interviewed on TCR. He was interviewed on Infowars, and he was with Dan Dicks covering the G20 in Toronto. So, the dude made the rounds.

      Even though he begins his exposé trilogy explaining that it’s satire, in part 3, he shows us his passports, military credentials, including Brazilian military ID, among other family documents, and a photo of him in British uniform with a group of British military, inferring he was among some sort of special ops.

      He leaves us with this little (big!) question mark as to why would somebody have Brazilian military credentials and also be part of British special services? Naturally, Veitch doesn’t say why that would be. He leaves it to the viewer to ponder….It’s one hell of a satire. So was his walking away from the truth movement.

      Go figure?

      Please feel free to check it out if you haven’t already:

      • alexandre says:

        No, sir, I don’t remember Charlie. Je ne suis pas Charlie. I’ll certainly have a look. Brazilian military? Wow. Talk about multidimensional Samsãra. Poor Hindus, they think there’s only one Samsãra. We’re talking Samsãra symphonies here. A whole buncha Samsãras all melted together. I can hear Vishnu asking Brahman “what the fuck are you doing?!”

        I remember once in Paris, walking around in Île Saint-Louis, I saw a cheese store and, wadyaknow, there was a ‘moon’ cheese there, so you’re correct and the science is settled; moon made of cheese. These pre-internet plasma kooks!

  87. manbearpig says:

    Found this link on WUWT:

    Australian Sen Malcolm Roberts Exposes The Climate Change Scam

    This is known as a feel-good movie

    starring Tony Heller, Tim Ball and Australian politician Malcolm Roberts.

    Can’t vouch for the integrity of all involved but the content of the piece itself is Most gratifying, even Cathartic.

    (Tony Heller comes across visually as strangely hyperactive in contrast to Tim Ball’s poised zenitude: very complementary)

    • alexandre says:

      Fantastic, thanks for that link.
      First question on the Q&A: “Why are glaciers retreating?” That makes my skin crawl, because that’s where you see the mind control indoctrination thing in action. Just like HIV, they link one thing to another in the psyche, so if someone is HIV positive, that automatically means he has AIDS. I thought it was great talk, specially in an “official house”. Just to have Tim Ball talking Club of Rome and Maurice “thank-god-he’s-dead” Strong is already a big hurray. Why you say a “feel good movie”? I’m slow.

      • alexandre says:

        I’m really slow. The climate religion has gone through the roof. IF you as much as talk about it, you’re automatically a “denier” right wing fascist antisemitic racist bla bla.

        Anecdotally…In the play I’m working there’s a scene where they talk about war, how corporations want more war etc and they make this gesture of gun pointing with the hands. Someone later said that was a Bolsonaro thing – indication / suggestion. I almost fell out my chair. The scene had nothing to do with Bolsonaro, but sister (my state-of-the-world adviser) later told me that when you do a gun pointing sign with your hands now, that only means Bolsonaro period. (Bolsonaro is in favor of guns or some shit like that). Which means you’re a fascist militarist racist elitist nazi right wing child hater dog abuser etc, like Corbett says in his 5 minutes master piece. So with that level of mass possession, it’s really very hard to … live, I’d say. Just amazing. Those confrontations in the Q&A make me very nervous.

        PS – What did you mean with Al Jarreau’s Blue Rondo a la Turk? I told you I’m slow.
        PSII – Sorry, I replied this one and now your reply just came in and so on….Good night.

      • manbearpig says:

        Oh well, just ’cause, like Dirty Dancing, it felt good.

        (plus I enjoyed the incongruity of comparing such an essentially dry video (which in fact DID feel good) with a polished, cliché, mind-control Hollywood production.)

        and I’m wasted, good night.

        ps, don’t ya just love the australian accent?

        and don’t ya just love how they walk up to the mic like 3 power rangers, with a tangible sense of glorious purpose??

        (Tony Heller really does have a strange stage presence…)

        and of course, you’re anything but slow. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

        oh and speaking of cliché, don’t ya just love this, fall on your face impressive:

        saturday night………………………………………….

        • alexandre says:

          So replying this one…
          I don’t like the Australian accent particularly, but I do love the Scottish.

          Little lesson from Billy Connolly.

          Tony Heller, well, maybe he’s nervous. Some people get uncomfortable speaking in front of people, specially knowing that afterwards you’re gonna be called racist antisemitic denier right wing nazi….

          Good night again. Did you have yer wine yet?

          • manbearpig says:

            yi, lad, had me wine

            “off he will Fuck…”

            he referrin’ to CIA operative Dalai Lama?



            “World News Briefs; Dalai Lama Group Says It Got Money From C.I.A.

            By The Associated Press

            Oct. 2, 1998

            The Dalai Lama’s administration acknowledged today that it received $1.7 million a year in the 1960’s from the Central Intelligence Agency, but denied reports that the Tibetan leader benefited personally from an annual subsidy of $180,000…”

            all a question of combattin’ communism, right?

            of course.


            • alexandre says:

              Of course. But not all bald men from Lhasa are the Dalai Lama, you know. Once I watched an entire talk by the Dalai Lama and loved it. That was long before 911 and TCR. Now I see his face on Agenda 21 ads etc, so…one more to the bin. One by one all the heroes go down. Do we have the “bads” on Gandhi yet? Martin L. King I think passed the test. Also Malcom X. Or…? How about Jesus or the Buddha? Probably CIA as well.

              You awake? I’ll be sleeping by the time you see this.
              Wakey wakey!

  88. alexandre says:

    I think this is a good place to leave this suggestion. I wonder what corbeteers would think of this video by Jay Dyer about COVID-19. He talks about the MIT article and seems to be on the same page. Maybe someone to consider for a future interview or chat with James perhaps (?).

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