September Open Thread

09/05/2021438 Comments

So, here we are. Another month, another open thread. And, as always, there's a lot to discuss.

Perhaps you want to discuss the truckie blockade that wasn't.

Or the right-on-queue new terror threat popping up in New Zealand.

Or how to order your new Bovid-84 bot.

Or collaboratively create a flyer for spreading the word to others.

Or discuss the upcoming 9/11 anniversary, or the latest flap over Joe Rogan, or just commiserate or kick back with some weekend tunes.

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  1. n4x5 says:

    Please share any firsthand experience from areas where the mandates have taken effect. I’m particularly interested in estimates of the fraction of businesses complying and in effective means of resistance beyond the obvious protests and boycotts. Some of this has been shared already here and elsewhere, but it is a developing situation.

    Also any suggestions for travel destinations would be welcome. Croatia looks like a decent spot at the moment.

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      • Valhalla Awaits says:

        Sounds interesting, I’ll check it out.

        Also looking at checking out a piece of land to homestead in Chiapas. Any tips on a good spot to look?

        • Winnipeg says:

          Traveled to chiapas in 2012, its a really awsome, wild place, san christobal was home for a couple of weeks and it had a nice traveler vibe, lots of english speaking buisnesses. And goes without saying the surrounding mountain and volcano areas are beautiful beyond belief. Good luck!

      • robster says:

        Another key part is to expose the virus lie, so that people understand there are no viruses and therefore there is no need for vaccines.

        Read up:

        Let’s see if this month James will take a stand on virology. 😉

        • Roxanne says:

          Hope so, but wouldn’t count on it. I think several of us have been trying since the start of the hoax last year.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Perhaps, with Corbett’s upcoming 9/11 Video, he may go into this virology topic or 9/11 analogies of it.

            We’ll see.

            • robster says:

              I doubt it, but yes, let’s see. Nonetheless, this is becoming somewhat of a red flag to me.

              • craciunator says:

                I have to agree, I stopped following corbett as much when I realized he COMPLETELY ignores so many aspects of this whole thing, and new world next week seems to talk about fringe pointless subjects that dont effect any of us. idk maybe im paranoid

            • robster says:

              And as expected, he didn’t.

              • nosoapradio says:

                And he explained quite clearly why he didn’t.

                And those reasons are not only crystal clear but quite logical and even laudable in my view.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                robster says:
                “And as expected, he didn’t.”
                “Perhaps, with Corbett’s upcoming 9/11 Video, he may go into this virology topic or 9/11 analogies of it.
                We’ll see.”
                – HRS

                Say Robster,
                You should revisit these three Corbett 9/11 pieces.

                If that revisit doesn’t answer it for you, then spend time reviewing the millions of hours of discussions/arguments/pleas-for-Pentagon-truth/videos/documents regarding…
                “What Hit The Pentagon?”

                After all, the answer to that question revealed will wake up the world and completley change the course of history forever. All mankind will become enlightened.

              • robster says:

                @nosoapradio: please enlighten me? What are the logical reasons in your opinion?

                @HRS: you mean “Don’t get stuck fighting your allies because they won’t subscribe to your dogma.”? That’s a true statement. Yet I keep finding it strange that James goes very deep into Big Oil and Big Pharma, but does not address the biggest lie that generates their profit.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Look at this…

                “It has been my experience (and Corbett states this), that he follows his own path of interest.
                He goes where he wants to go.
                I strongly admire that.”

              • robster says:

                @HRS: sure, I get the comments, and they make sense. I am just having trouble with the fact that even though virology is so closely linked to big oil and the whole totalitarian state that is being rolled out, it has never been mentioned. It just seems odd, that’s all.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                I gotcha.

        • Hi Robster, there have been quite a few members who have added their voice to the
          terrain theory as opposed to the germ theory.

          I don’t know if you are familiar with Dr. Richard Fleming?
          You can view him in the following video at the 23:00 mark.

          In the video Dr. Fleming is given the opportunity to explain that, according to him, the SARS-CoV-2 virus has been isolated. He is very confident indeed when he explains his position.

          I would love to see Dr. Fleming, Dr. Kaufman and Dr. Cowan all come together in a video conference and have a go at it, no holds barred. A debate if you will, to see who ends the discussion with the most convincing argument.

          Perhaps James could organize such a debate?

          As you will see, Dr. Fleming is absolutely convinced that the SARS-CoV-2 virus has been isolated. Similarly Dr. Kaufman and Dr. Cowan are convinced that the SARS-CoV-2 virus has NOT been isolated and does not exist.

          In addition to the above, perhaps you can have a go at a nagging question I have about the ‘no virus’ terrain theory with respect to Covid-19.
          Could you give a reasonable explanation as to how/why a large number of people all around the world are exhibiting similar symptoms (those with severe cases) that require hospitalization and may die within just a couple of weeks of becoming ill (without having any other health issues).

          • robster says:

            Fleming says at 23:45: “We don’t isolate viruses like we do bacteria”. Dr.Kaufman talks about this fraud at length. Fleming is naive and misguided at best, a farma shill at worst. He also uses common tactics to discredit anyone not agreeing with him by painting them dumb, by saying “they do simply not understand”. He can say all he wants about believing it has been isolated. “Believing” is not enough, show me a paper that details the method how this was done and show me an electron microscope image of a SARS-Cov-2 particle – he can’t. Ignore this man is my advice.

            About your question on common symptoms: I think there can be many reasons: malnutrition, chemical exposure (including previous vaccinations), or stress/trauma. When you say “may die within just a couple of weeks of becoming ill (without having any other health issues).” you already assume there are no underlying conditions, which I question. Also, the fact that people get sick does not give any indication about the cause, and it certainly does not prove there is an infectious or contagious agent at the root of it.

            Perhaps scurvy is a good example, which a long time ago also was regarded as being caused by a contagious agent. Nowadays we know it is caused by malnutrition.

            I suggest you listen to or read to get familiar with the experiments of Béchamp disproving Pasteur’s (and Jenner’s) fraud.

            Dr. Sam Bailey has an awesome Odysee channel:
            She has many short informative videos on these topics. Watch a few and let me know what you think.

            Let’s discuss more. 🙂

            • Roxanne says:

              +1 to this. Sam Bailey has been making some great vids that bring things down to earth without spending too much time.

              • Roxanne says:

                To add. Anyone who thinks the virus exists, has been isolated and proven to cause disease, etc… why not get some virologists in on things? Email any you know and ask them for proof then share it with us. It should be ultra, ultra, easy.
                Share with us the method which should only be a paragraph or so of text and contact details for further questions.
                No need for endless debates, etc. Just show us the virus.

            • seasons says:

              One explanation I hear regarding why a virus cannot be isolated like bacteria is because the genetic material of a virus depends highly on its natural state and environment to exist and function. Once you try to isolate it then the genetic material ceases function, becomes fragile, and starts to decay. Now I understand there are particles that cannot be directly observed and cannot be taken out of its natural state, but this would still disprove a large portion of virology regarding human to human transmission.

              • robster says:

                Sounds like more hogwash to obfuscate the real issue here. Besides, this all also is based on the DNA dogma. Dogma, like theory and hypothesis, is something that has not been proven. Have you ever seen an picture of a double helix? 😉 Just saying.

                Contagion by “viruses” btw. also has never been proven. A nice example are the 1918 experiments where they tried to infect prisoners in a seriously dirty experiment. None of them got sick.

              • Roxanne says:

                Feel free to prove it to us, but agree with robster, complete hogwash.
                Also, dont forget the Stefan Lanka control experiments.

            • philgod says:

              I am going to add to the question about “dying within a few weeks”. How many people do you know have died of COVID outside of a hospital and without receiving “treatment”? I know of a handful of people who have allegedly died of COVID and all were within a hospital setting. Some going in with mild symptoms and not making it out of the hospital alive. There is a great medical negligence that has been going on and since the start it was all to familiar since my uncle died in 2013 with double pneumonia in the hospital. COVID patients are receiving extreme medical treatments that are often the real cause of death. I.E. patients being put on ventilators or receiving toxic medications. Once you are put on a ventilator you are put in a coma and they give you a constant dose of toxic drugs to keep your organs functioning normally. After a given time period the toxicity from these medications will destroy the patient.

              • cu.h.j says:

                I don’t know anyone personally who has died and I’m a nurse. I know two people who got very sick and recovered. I do know of someone who died after being double vaccinated from “Covid”. I see people who are diabetic, overweight and have at least one co morbidity coming in with Covid, vaccinated and not.

              • “I am going to add to the question about “dying within a few weeks”. How many people do you know have died of COVID outside of a hospital and without receiving “treatment”?”

                I’m not sure about what you are trying to get at here?
                If you are feeling very sick, you will almost always seek hospital treatment.

                In any event, my question was concerning people who were so sick that they went to the hospital and died within two weeks or so, with no ventilator treatment.

              • mkey says:

                To answer your question, I personally don’t know of anyone who officially died from “covid”, but I know of several people who had some “strange diseases” that have been treated as “covid”, including pnenumonias which have been, to a large extent, rebranded by the medical cartels into “covid”.

                One important thing to note is that the most used “covid treatment” is to send people home and, even worse, lock them up in home arrest, limiting their exposure to sunlight and fresh air, as well as having a negative effect on their mental wellbeing, all the while negatively affecting their economical situation, as well, and completely binning the historically tried and true positive effects of early treatment.

                Since I have mentioned medical cartels, why not put this out there, as it’s very much related, relevant and time critical.

                COVID: The medical cartel destroying millions of lives is nothing new

                Donald Light: “Epidemiologically, appropriately prescribed, prescription drugs are the fourth leading cause of death, tied with stroke at about 2,460 deaths each week in the United States. About 330,000 patients die each year from prescription drugs in the United States and Europe. They [the drugs] cause an epidemic of about 20 times more hospitalizations [6.6 million annually], as well as falls, road accidents, and [annually] about 80 million medically minor problems such as pains, discomforts, and dysfunctions that hobble productivity or the ability to care for others. Deaths and adverse effects from overmedication, errors, and self-medication would increase these figures.” (ASA publication, “Footnotes,” November 2014)

                It is no small matter that this whole fiasco has completely put away with the early treatment as wall as completely disregarding the most important factor – nutrition. Nutrition has not only been brushed aside, but dealing with it has been ceremoniously cremated and now anyone even mentioning it will be shunned in many circles.

                It is exactly the emergence of the medical order followers that is enabling this insane behavior, being instrumental to enabling treatment of people, propped up through justification of emergency, in the same manner people are used to treating cattle.

                Looking from a wider perspective, I have to say this situation exudes poetical justice.

              • robster says:

                Nobody dies of COVID or SARS-Cov-2, since both do not exist.

                Listen to

            • Thanks robster, for joining in on the discussion!     
              I did check out the Bechamp/Pasteur book and certainly do not look favorably on Pasteur nor his contributions to science.        
              I also checked out Dr. Bailey. I admired her work greatly in the first few videos I saw of her. But then when she was interviewed by Jerm, I got to see her non-polished side.         
              Without her script (that she reads from her screen for her personal videos) she started to hem and haw and hesitate when questioned about terrain theory specifics. All of a sudden she became far less convincing in what she had to say.

              To robster, Roxanne, John Blaid and assel:

              I’d like to cover a few points.

              – Although Dr. Fleming is firmly on the Germ Theory side, believe it or not, he is still on our team when it comes to fighting the Covid scamdemic.

              – Since we are trying to win this scamdemic war, do you think it’s a better idea to try to convince 99.9999% of the public that viruses don’t exist,         
               OR (at least for the time being) convince 25-50% of the public that all of the Covid measures are not only tyrannical, but unnecessary?

              – And for my key point, I’m sitting on the fence, quite anxious to jump off it onto the terrain theory side!       
              Not only has Dr. Kaufman, Dr. Cowan and Dr. Bailey not addressed the question I asked, but none of you Corbetteers have either.           

              I don’t want to debate whether the Covid virus exists or not, nor whether any virus exists.         

              I simply would like to hear a reasonable explanation from anyone as to why/how many people around the world are getting sick with the same Covid-19 symptom, breathing difficulty (and no other existing illness) so severe that they seek medical treatment and die within weeks of symptom onset.         

              Drs. Kaufman, Cowan and Bailey all recycle the same examples (Wuhan pollution, lack of vitamin D, nutritional states, scurvy etc. etc.) to explain how people can become sick.         

              But none of them have given a reasonable explanation to what I am questioning above.         
              Please give me this reasonable explanation and I will GLADLY jump off the fence into the Terrain Theory camp, in a heartbeat!         
              The explanation would need to satisfy getting sick with the same symptoms in any part of the world, resulting in death within weeks of onset.         

              P.S. Sending me links to other Terrain Theory proponents is not a reasonable explanation. 🙂

              • HomeRemedySupply says:


                Fawlty Towers says:
                “I don’t want to debate whether the Covid virus exists or not, nor whether any virus exists.

                I simply would like to hear a reasonable explanation from anyone as to why/how many people around the world are getting sick with the same Covid-19 symptom….”

              • robster says:

                Sure FT, nothing like a good discussion, right?

                Let me start with asking why you put “reasonable explanation” in bold, when I already gave you an example in my previous answer. At least address why you think the scurvy example is not reasonable.

                Then, you mention “All of a sudden she became far less convincing in what she had to say.”. Link please, and specific points you found less convincing. Who or what is jerm? Jeranism perhaps? Without having seen what you saw, in her defence I’d say that I think many people would be more eloquent and at ease when reading a script in a comfortable setting, compared to when “put on the spot” in an interview or on a stage. I know I would.

                “Not only has Dr. Kaufman, Dr. Cowan and Dr. Bailey not addressed the question I asked, but none of you Corbetteers have either.” – which question would that be? The reasonable explanation? If so, then state why the examples given (“recycled”) are not correct in your opinion.

                “Since we are trying to win this scamdemic war…”
                Sure, I hear you and I partially agree, but that doesn’t mean we should not keep spreading the message about the virus lies. Otherwise they will do it again with COVID-22. Or Nipah-22. Just like they have done over the past 100 years, starting with the Spanish Flu hoax, culminating in the “war on cancer” (which people once believed to be caused by a virus), or the “war on AIDS”. Both wars are still being fought. What do you think will happen if everybody knew HIV does not exist?
                But yes, first prio is waking up people, second prio is spreading more fundamental information to those that are a bit further along the waking up process.

                @HRS: why the BUMP BUMP? As mentioned, I’ve given a – to me – reasonable explanation already. If it is not reasonable to you, let me know why.

                To close this comment: the fact THAT people get sick, does not tell us anything about WHY people get sick. The former is just an observation, the latter needs decent experiments and research.

              • mkey says:

                robster, you are up against religious belief, not logical thought. As has been stated many, many times already, people who have been brought into an irrational state of mind will not be lead out if in a rational, logical fashion.

              • Roxanne says:

                “– Since we are trying to win this scamdemic war, do you think it’s a better idea to try to convince 99.9999% of the public that viruses don’t exist,
                OR (at least for the time being) convince 25-50% of the public that all of the Covid measures are not only tyrannical, but unnecessary?”

                I will not participate in such lies, so that’s my reasoning. Full truth and we can end this thing and any additional fake viruses they come up with.
                You don’t need to believe in ‘terrain theory’ or any theories. Just start from scratch and build to the truth without throwing yourself into a box of ‘i believe in theory x’ and you will automatically arrive at there being no viruses.

                In regards to why people are getting sick, Corbett has done several things on this, e.g. the Italian numbers, the tap-water, air quality, etc.

                What else are you expecting Bailey, etc. to say and why?
                Why don’t you give us some specific examples of people who got sick, their diet, environment, specifics, etc. and we can work through the issues together?

              • Roxanne, I have some catching up to do before I can reply to your questions.
                I am currently reading Virus Mania and should finish it before I answer your questions.
                Contrary to what mkey has said, I actually have an extremely logical mind and that is the reason I need to have some issues resolved before I can dive into the terrain theory head first. 🙂

              • Roxanne says:

                Btw, you dont even have to read Virus Mania.
                This whole thing can be solved in person.
                Find someone you know who’s got/had “COVID” and start asking questions.

                – How were you tested and confirmed to have COVID?
                – How does the test work? (follow these up with the test company and you’ll immediately uncover part 1 of the scam, the testing)
                – How does the test prove what the cause is?
                – How was the cause of COVID confirmed and proven? (try emailing some virologists, feel free to post their answers here and we’ll immediately uncover part 2 of the scam. Also, expect most of these quackademic scammers to run and hide like the mice they are and not answer your questions, so you may need to try multiple angles and approaches)
                – What do you eat/drink?
                – What’s your environment like?
                – What symptoms do you have?
                – Have you ever had these symptoms before? If so, what was your environment like at that time? food/drink/etc?

              • “Let me start with asking why you put “reasonable explanation” in bold, when I already gave you an example in my previous answer. At least address why you think the scurvy example is not reasonable.”

                Hey robster, I put “reasonable explanation” in bold for a couple of reasons.         

                First it is used in court as the gold standard when it comes to explaining evidence and for good reason. It is the perfect combination of words that filters out frivolous and unreasoned explanations for events that have occurred.         

                Second, I have yet to hear any reasonable explanation(s) to answer the question that I asked.         

                The scurvy example is a perfect example of a situation that was clearly not caused by a virus.         
                But just because the explanation of the lack of vitamin C works for that situation, it does not mean that every time a virus/germ is suspected to be causing a disease, there must similarly be a non-viral/germ explanation for the cause.

                “Then, you mention “All of a sudden she became far less convincing in what she had to say.”. Link please, and specific points you found less convincing. Who or what is jerm? Jeranism perhaps?”

                Jerm is Jeremy Talfer Nell a South African cartoonist and podcast host.         
                The link to the interview is:         

                Less convincing points?         
                I would say from 15:17 on really.         

                Her explanation for the deaths:         
                She basically blames treatments used in hospitals for killing Covid patients as well as stress from the lock downs, losing employment etc.

                “Not only has Dr. Kaufman, Dr. Cowan and Dr. Bailey not addressed the question I asked, but none of you Corbetteers have either.” – which question would that be? The reasonable explanation? If so, then state why the examples given (“recycled”) are not correct in your opinion.”

                Yes it all comes down to one simple question that I am asking, the ‘reasonable explanation’.
                Well so far the examples given simply aren’t reasonable to explain how people all around the world can present themselves to a hospital with severe breathing problems and then die within two weeks. People who were previously healthy, not obese, no comorbidities.         
                What could cause so sudden a serious illness followed by sudden death?
                Poor diet, stress, etc. ? They don’t seem reasonable to me.

                ” “Since we are trying to win this scamdemic war.”
                Sure, I hear you and I partially agree, but that doesn’t mean we should not keep spreading the message about the virus lies…”

                   Yes absolutely! I agree with most that was written in Virus Mania, which covered the Spanish Flu, Smallpox, Polio, AIDS, Hepatitis C, BSE, SARS, H5N1, H1N1 and Measles.         
                   Good reasonable explanations were given to cover likely causes of the diseases.         
                   But when Covid-19 came up, only suspect treatment at hospitals was used to explain all the deaths and nothing really to explain the onset of the illness.

              • Hey Roxanne…

                “In regards to why people are getting sick, Corbett has done several things on this, e.g. the Italian numbers, the tap-water, air quality, etc.”

                For me, as soon as you start to throw a smorgasbord of causes together like that, they become less and less convincing. What are the chances that all of those separate causes would elicit the exact same symptoms? For me they are not reasonable explanations.

                “What else are you expecting Bailey, etc. to say and why?”

                I am not expecting her to say anything. I want her to educate me, teach me something new.

                “Why don’t you give us some specific examples of people who got sick, their diet, environment, specifics, etc. and we can work through the issues together?”

                To date, I know of three people who have died of Covid.
                I knew one personally. The second was the nephew of a close friend. The third was the uncle of my nephew’s good friend.

                The one I knew personally was 27 years old and in good health. No pre-existing medical conditions and not overweight. He came down with all the classic Covid symptoms, went to the hospital and was dead within two weeks. I don’t know what treatments if any he was given.

                I don’t have any details of the second case, except that he was also a young man in good health prior to becoming ill.

                The third case was a 55 year old man, healthy with no underlying conditions and not overweight. He died in the hospital with multiple organ failures.

              • “Btw, you dont even have to read Virus Mania.
                This whole thing can be solved in person.
                Find someone you know who’s got/had “COVID” and start asking questions.

                – How were you tested and confirmed to have COVID?
                – How does the test work? (follow these up with the test company and you’ll immediately uncover part 1 of the scam, the testing)
                – How does the test prove what the cause is?
                – Have you ever had these symptoms before? If so, what was your environment like at that time? food/drink/etc?”

                Too late, I had to finish the book. 🙂
                I can’t do any of the above because the only people I know who have had it have died.

          • John Blaid says:

            “As of August 30, 2021: 100 institutions and offices in well over 20 countries have responded thus far, as well as some “SARS-COV-2 isolation” study authors, and none have provided or cited any record describing actual “SARS-COV-2” isolation/purification.”

            “In order to deal with the topic of “virology” and the existence of “viruses” we first need to answer the simple question, how do we prove the existence of a “virus”?”

          • assel says:

            Response TO Fawlty Towers 1

            Fawlty Towers

            “In addition to the above, perhaps you can have a go at a nagging question I have about the

            ‘no virus’ terrain theory with respect to Covid-19.
            Could you give a reasonable explanation as to how/why a large number of people all around the

            world are exhibiting similar symptoms (those with severe cases) that require hospitalization

            and may die within just a couple of weeks of becoming ill (without having any other health


            Answer:Remember The Straw that broke the camel’s back? Everyone has a different chemical profile ranging from very low toxicity to an almost dying toxicity level and vaccines are the straws that kill some and damage the rest accordingly whether we notice or not notice it

            Sense and Reason can save the world by leading it to truth an save it from the evils of Servants of Satan like Bill Gates and his fellow parasitic exploiters!

            Let me direct your attention to 3 items:

            Air The result is DEATH WITHIN MINUTES the moment the limited
            supply is used up and fresh replenishment is blocked (via
            strangulation or self-strangulation due to a fatal failure of
            our breathing equipment caused by our idiocy of ignoring
            Nature’s Laws of Health)

            Water Our body contains 60% – 75% We’ll have a deeper look at it’s
            importance later. We’ll die when we lose 10% of it.

            Food we are talking about God’s Naturally Grown Whole Foods here and
            not talking about man-made-for-profit-junk. Eating ENOUGH of
            the former group will keep us living longer and healthier than
            all presently living in the Blue Zones. Eating more of the
            latter group will keep us in a state of constant DIS-EASE!

          • assel says:

            Response TO Fawlty Towers 2

            Let me direct your attention to 3 items:

            Air The result is DEATH WITHIN MINUTES the moment the limited
            supply is used up and fresh replenishment is blocked (via
            strangulation or self-strangulation due to a fatal
            failure of our breathing equipment caused by our idiocy of
            ignoring Nature’s Laws of Health)

            Water Our body contains 60% – 75% We’ll have a deeper look at it’s
            importance later. We’ll die when we lose 10% of it.

            Food we are talking about God’s Naturally Grown Whole Foods here and
            not talking about man-made-for-profit-junk. Eating ENOUGH of
            the former group will keep us living longer and healthier than
            all presently living in the Blue Zones. Eating more of the
            latter group will keep us in a state of constant DIS-EASE!

            ORGANISATION cannot find ENOUGH RESERVES to use. Then the body
            starts Starving & Dying!

            All these should be consumed PURE! For this to happen we must get the GREEDIES to de-populate themselves. Bill Gates can be the first to de-populate himself as an example to his fellow parasites.

            Fawlty Towers, are you able to see and agree that ENOUGH people disobeying Nature’s Laws of

            Health can bring on pandemics and PLANdemics at anytime?


            Let’s look at the biology of the whole breathing machinery.

            The brain, heart, blood & lungs have more than 80% water, the breathing related muscles have 75%. I have not found the figure for the 10,000km of blood vessels.

            Respiratory problems will happen when dehydration starts…

            I suspect the World Health / HELLMAKING Organisation, other water-smart individuals and I know that insufficient water can cause all breathing problems as well as being the main factor in the recovery process. What is WHO’s motive in not telling the world to drink ENOUGH WATER?

            (wash hands, wear mask and anti social distancing) Once ENOUGH PEOPLE DISTRUST WHO THE SCAMDEMIC COLLAPSES…

          • robster says:

            Too bad you never bothered to reply to my comments and questions. I guess that says enough. 🙂

        • Some terrain theorists might find this amusing or possibly offensive…

          from This time next year you’ll be living in ‘China’

          by Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc:

          “The trolls who live and operate away from the action, but who snipe and moan and whinge and create battles out of nothing, are helping the conspirators. The selfishness, ignorance and treachery of the few who claim that germs don’t exist or that vegetarians are BAD people are are being applauded by the World Economic Forum.”

          • seasons says:

            I hear some terrain theorists say the same thing that believing in germs will always help the conspirators. Germ related science has already debunked the need for any of these Covid related measures for nearly 100 years yet the public continue the irrational fear because of the simple idea that germs can get you sick. So I can understand why many folks are adamant about proving viruses don’t exist considering the destructive actions in the name of viruses and all the lies told in regards to virus isolation and sequencing.

            • Right. We can’t all be right 100% of the time.
              If you read the entire article by Dr. Coleman and disregard
              the part about germs, I think you’d be in agreement with
              everything else he says.

              I must admit I was quite surprised not just that he took a
              shot at the terrain theorists, but the degree of disdain he had for them.

            • cu.h.j says:

              From what I understand the term “isolation” is a misnomer and poorly defined. From what I interpret there is no way to isolate some viruses (as defined) from an organism and grow it outside of one. So what they are doing is separating some tissue from an organism and trying to “grow” the virus in a lab. Someone said it’s indirect study.

              The sequencing I know nothing about and would have to learn about this, the actual methods. I have done some PCR labs in college over 20 years ago, so my knowledge is very rusty.

              What I can say though is that this stuff is very technical and really does require some background and even though I have a bachelors degree in molecular biology, don’t really remember a ton of details and remember it being pretty technical at the time. We would have to present critiques of scientific papers in class, and it was hard to go through. You really have to know the materials and methods of what the lab is doing and then to see if what they say their research shows actually makes sense.

              Stefan Lanka did some research, but not a ton. But no one has addressed the technical things he brought up and that’s what I would like to delve more into, just for my own curiosity, for fun.

              I don’t think it matters though, because we may never know during our lifetime since the actual cause of disease is not one single thing, but multiple things combined much of the time.

    • westerncivic says:

      American Yellow Vest activities in Oregon this weekend included a noisy, ultimately confrontational protest at Autzen Stadium in Eugene for the season’s inagural Oregon Ducks football game on Saturday, where proof of vaccination was required, slapping CEASE AND DESIST orders at all entrances and windows. Eugene police finally put hands and pushed one AYV 50 yards away from the entrance line…

      On Sunday American Yellow Vests helped create space for JFPK (Justice for Patrick Kimmons, and all others) in Portland, where the mother of Patrick Kimmons, a black man shot in the back 9 times by Portland Police in 2018, put together a car brigade spreading outrage over state violence throughout NE P-town.

      It is my experience that while there is mask anxiety and occassional confrontation, one can rather easily carry on without a mask nor proof of vaccine and go anywhere with a little courage (not that it all isn’t still outrageous).

      I should hope people are not looking for places to run to, but rather looking for places to make an impact on human consciousness in this global war against the transnational billionaire class.

      Now is a time for courage.

    • robster says:

      Last weekend Apartheid 2.0 became reality in The Netherlands. The fascist government then changed the locks of a restaurant who’s owner was not – and still is not – complying. The people started a fundraiser:, now more than 200.000 EUR already. There are massive protests in front of the restaurant, blocking the terrorists, aka police. And, due to the sillyness of the legislation, the outside is still open (Dutch article on the national propaganda channels’s website:

      Some background on the Dutch vaccinepassport:

      All must rise. NOW.


  2. Nick says:

    Interesting article from CHD on exactly how it is the agencies can be feigning ignorance to the obvious horrific signals of death and destruction from VAERS and the like. Some great links, particularly to Mathew Crawford’s article explaining this could not reasonably be an accident. Disgusting as a kiwi to see one of the referenced articles is from vaccine promoter extraordinaire Helen Petousis-Harris. The article is from September last year as she feigns concern for the vital need for a cautious, data-driven approach to track events given the fast-tracked technology of the jab. Absolute joke. She is in bed with big pharma, has never met a vax she didnt like, and sure enough 6 months after this article, she is the go-to vax expert on media down here telling everyone its perfectly safe. Where has your caution gone Helen?

  3. HEDGE110 says:

    In case the rest of the world didn’t know, Australia still cannot access Ivermectin for early treatment and the fight continues –

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      There is no doubt that the Eugenics’ agendas are on full throttle. …to exterminate, suppress, subjugate, and pervert man’s humanity.
      People who do not observe this, cannot confront evil. Anyone with eyes can see the blatant insanity, but many brains short-circuit because it is so evil.

      I hate hearing about the Ivermectin suppression in Australia. In the U.S., if someone really wants a prescription of Ivermectin, they can get it.

      Here is an
      International Directory of Doctors Prescribing Outpatient COVID-19 Therapy.
      (One Australian Doctor is mentioned)

      On that short Sub-Thread is a link to more resources.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        In recent weeks, there has been a strong campaign to demonize IVERMECTIN in the media. The escalation of stories is very noticable.
        However, “Rolling Stone” just got caught completely fabricating a story. A total LIE.

        — Animal Ivermectin —
        Many heartworm pills for dogs are composed of Ivermectin as the effective ingredient. Ivermectin is often used in agriculture for animals.
        My son has cattle, lamb, ducks, chickens, dogs, cats. guinea fowl, (…and bugs, scorpions, tarantulas, snakes, coyotes and eyeball-eating buzzards, etc.) on his 25 acres here in Texas. He tells me that he will “wash his hands” with the alcohol-type Ivermectin he uses for livestock.
        I have some liquid sheep Ivermectin at my place, and have been doing some experiments.

        An online friend of mine, an expert for the Oil & Gas Industry, told me a story of how a group of his friends/family used a small amount of HORSE Paste Ivermectin when they got Covid.
        Prior to 2020, I would see the horse paste tubes freely available on the shelves at the Ag Feed Stores.

        • candlelight says:


          …a strong campaign to demonize IVERMECTIN in the media.

          Oh, yeah. You noticed that, too? Big time!

          The “collusion” which is MSM, turned on their anti-Ivermectin faucet full blast just in the last week, or so, no doubt to wash Joe Rogan’s successful use of alternative medicinal resources, including Ivermectin, right out of the people’s brains.

          It’s times like these, when the MSM suddenly and universally bunkers down on a given narrative, even to the point of timely issuing complete fabrications, that clearly exposes the true nature of what it is they truly are – a giant, corpocratic, propaganda machine.

          This same idiosyncrasy was on display a number of years ago after the “Pizzagate” scandal broke, when the MSM put the medal to the pedal, and went into full, universal damage control using all its outlets…. Though, I have to say the bastards did an excellent job with obfuscation, misdirection, embellishment, falsification, red herrings, and in general, they completely clouded and nullified the reality of that scandal. So much so, that after just a few years, even the likes of pedophile extraordinaire, John Podesta, felt comfortable enough for a time to stick his head back into public eye…a little bit, at least. But, not too much, if you know what I mean.

          • candlelight says:

            On another note, The Have Gun Will Travel DVD’s are finally en-route!

            Can’t wait!


          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            ha! You know my weak spot…I love those old westerns.
            Before I was old enough to be in school, my Mother was trying to get me to learn the ABC’s with my brother. I said, “I don’t need to learn the ABC’s. I’m gonna be a Cowboy when I grow up.” I remember that moment there in Odessa, TX as I went into the other room to play.

            Like in the days of Paladin, we certainly are in a “Savage Land” during this era.

            Before the Rogan incident, I remember lots of “horse paste Ivermectin” type articles on the news cycles.
            RE: “Rolling Stone”
            What really stood out about that publication after they were exposed…
            …they did not apologize nor put in a correction. Nothing.
            All they did was label an “UPDATE” with the hospital notice.
            And the article kept circulating on other rags with only the “UPDATE”, but no correction nor apology.
            They don’t care if they are caught lying, even though the story was completely and totally fabricated.

            September 5th (RE: The “Rolling Stones” story)
            Horse-Paste Hooey: How Left-Wing Lunatics Spread Yet Another Obvious Lie

            Candlelight, Tell me what is going on in your neck of the woods.
            Are masks still a thing?

            • Sherry says:

              There is literally a war on health. This 3-minute video does a good job of showing it.

              Anything that is good for people is either censored or lied about and called “dangerous”. It’s obvious they want to kill as many people as possible. But there will always be those who won’t comply. One size has never fit all and never will. This does not fit into their idea of how their symmetrical world should work.

              See Clif High’s video “ASYMMETRY WOO – EXPLORERS’ GUIDE TO SCIFI WORLD”

              We’re right in the thick of their gameplan – their playbook and I don’t think it’s working very well for them.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              I was wrong.
              This statement of mine is not true:
              “the “Rolling Stones” story was completely and totally fabricated.”

              It seems that some Oklahoma hospitals are congested for various reasons. Some are getting a lot of traffic.

              There have been some cases of Ivermectin overdoses in the state of Oklahoma.

              Dr. McElyea (who was cited in the Rolling Stones story) did appear on a TV station and also was quoted in a Tulsa newspaper. In the TV interview, he briefly talks about Ivermectin, but the take-away is vague. Congestion at hospitals seems to be Dr. McElyea’s concern, as is noted in the Tulsa paper.

              From the hospital’s statement, I had surmised that Rolling Stones just made up the Dr. McElyea stuff.

              Anyway, I wanted to set the record straight.
              Here is the UPDATE:

              • candlelight says:

                I wasn’t familiar with the details of the Rolling Stone article, but, it’s just the gist of it that’s so misinforming and deceptive. The formative mind only needs a well-crafted headline to soak up, and some images of veterinary medications, and the propagandists succeed in doing their insidious job.

            • candlelight says:


              What a wise and classic retort, informed by the dreams and visions of a young kid. The specter of the cowboy to your impressionable mind must have represented nothing less than freedom and independence!

              As for the hooey propaganda campaign demonizing Ivermectin, I hadn’t taken note of it until after Rogan detailed his bout with covid. But, can you imagine just how much in bed with big pharma these deceitful, manipulative editors are, and to what degree they’ll go to ignore and distort evidentiary facts? Resorting to such obvious and blatant tactics boggles the mind. Yet, these tactics are essentially tried and true. And unfortunately, they work only too well!

              Out in the suburbs of New York City, there’s been a small up-tick of some people wearing masks, but not that many. The up-tick definitely is a result of the latest fear of catching the new and improved Delta variety of covid. Actually, I’m kinda surprised at how few people are wearing masks out in public, considering this new fear factor. I was at a Yankee game the other night and there were really only a relative handful of people in masks. For the time being, the vibe I’m catching is that most people have had it with mask wearing, and consciously or unconsciously, they’ve said fuck it, the hell with it. Being that many around here have gotten their shots, once the CDC said the masks can come off, they’re going to have their work cut out for them to get the masks back on. Most signs on the storefronts say if you’ve been vaccinated no need to wear a mask. We’ll see if this changes.

              The funny thing is, in New York State, signs simply declaring that entrance is barred without wearing a mask is actually improper. And, in essence, illegal, because the law states there are exceptions, and, technically, a proper sign would need to list them.

              As far as what public schools have or haven’t mandated, I haven’t a clue.

              But, whatever the efficacy of wearing a mask in close quarters is, or isn’t, I still can’t get over the absolute, idiotic morons who drive with a mask on, or walk down a sparsely traversed road, or ride a bike wearing one…. To this day, I still shake my head and wonder the level to which these people are brain dead. It’s actually sorrowful to me sometimes seeing that level of stupidity.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                candlelight says:
                I was at a Yankee game the other night and there were really only a relative handful of people in masks.

                I loved reading your take of on-the-ground conditions with the masks. I feed on this type of anecdotal report. Thanks Candlelight.

                Today, I watched a video of this guy wearing a Zoro mask in a Dallas Target store. I always enjoy insouciance against insanity.
                All Masks Matter – Target Tries To Stop Me from shopping because I don’t have on the Correct Mask

              • candlelight says:

                Yes, insouciance against insanity. ‘Tis a noble thing, indeed.

                But, tell me this guy isn’t behaving like an asshole?

                Clever as hell, for sure. Who would have thought of killing the store’s mask mandate by the power of applying pure definition?

                But, why use a shopping cart? He should have brought in his horse, Tornado, with blinders on!


                PS: Have Gun Will Travel has arrived!

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Sept 8th – By Paul Joseph Watson – InfoWars
            AP Forced to Issue Correction on Fake News About Ivermectin

            …The Associated Press was forced to issue a correction after it falsely claimed that 70 per cent of calls to the Mississippi Poison Control Center were about people ingesting ivermectin to treat COVID-19.

            From the AP:
            “In an article published Aug. 23, 2021, about people taking livestock medicine to try to treat coronavirus, The Associated Press erroneously reported based on information provided by the Mississippi Department of Health that 70% of recent calls to the Mississippi Poison Control Center were from people who had ingested ivermectin to try to treat COVID-19.

            State Epidemiologist Dr. Paul Byers said Wednesday the number of calls to poison control about ivermectin was about 2%.

            He said of the calls that were about ivermectin, 70% were by people who had ingested the veterinary version of the medicine.”

            As Chris Menahan notes, NPR also amplified the fake news, reporting that, “The department said that at least 70% of recent calls to the state poison control center were related to people who ingested a version of the drug that is formulated to treat parasites in cows and horses.”

            NPR has yet to issue a retraction of the fake story, which was circulated countless times, while the retraction will only be seen by a fraction of those who read the original….

        • HEDGE110 says:

          Appreciation to HomeRemedySupply and others for replies re Ivermectin and other treatments. I saw a great meme stating ‘Parasites fear Ivermectin’ – kind of captures it in one.

          This article covers Ivermectin (and other topics) and is written by one of the top brass immunologists in Australia, Professor Robert Clancy –

      • SomeoneInGermany says:

        Here in Germany, it is quite hard to get. You need a prescription from a doctor. I ask mine, I’m sure he didn’t even know what that is beforehand. Probably he googled it before we talked and then told me there are studies proving it is harmful. He didn’t give me a prescription.

        He only talked to me to talk me into the jab.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Wednesday September 8, 2021 – Authored by Steve Watson via Summit News via Zero Hedge

        Watch: Joe Rogan Says He May Sue CNN For “Making Sh*t Up” About Him “Taking Horse Dewormer”
        [VIDEO with many more details in article][Rogan mentions Japan]
        Podcast king Joe Rogan threatened to sue CNN on a broadcast this week, saying that the network is constantly spreading lies about him taking Ivermectin, after CNN claimed that the medicine is horse de-wormer, when it is not.

        “Do I have to sue CNN? They’re making sh*t up,” Rogan said during the episode of The Joe Rogan Experience.
        “They keep saying I’m taking horse dewormer. I literally got it from a doctor. But CNN keeps saying I’m taking horse dewormer. They must know that that’s a lie,” Rogan added.

        Rogan was prescribed ivermectin to treat COVID symptoms, along with monoclonal antibodies, Z-pak, prednisone, and an IV vitamin drip. Rogan says he got better in three days.

        While it hasn’t been officially approved to treat COVID, the medicine is on the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines, and is FDA-approved as an antiparasitic agent.
        “What they didn’t highlight is that I got better,”
        said Rogan.
        “They’re trying to make it sound like I’m doing such wacky sh*t that’s completely ineffective. CNN was saying that I’m a distributor of misinformation.”

        “It’s an American company,”
        Rogan said of the manufacturer Merck.
        “They won the Nobel prize in 2015 for use in human beings,” he continued, adding “Multiple doctors told me to take it.”
        Rogan’s guest Tom Segura noted that he was inundated with messages from leftists wishing he had gotten sicker from the virus.
        Rogan responded, noting that the fact he got better so quickly was their “worse case scenario”, adding “They’re weak bitches.”

        • mkey says:

          The thing with this guy is that he has probably more vuewers than CNN. Hell, probably more than CNN and a few other liar bastard agencies combined.

          When you take on this type of people, one has to realize this is not the usual character assassination. Of those idiots at CNN at least knew the basics they would be more efficient. I guess this is what you get when you kill meritocracy.

    • jo-ann says:

      In lieu of Ivermectin and other Rx treatments that might be suppressed in your area, you may consider other supportive options that have demonstrated some effectiveness, especially when administered early. Here is a web site that is a collection of all published studies on Rx and OTC and nutritional home treatments:
      Hopefully you can find a doctor to work with you in advance. There are no doctors in my area that are brave enough to treat early, so I have prepared a “kit” to have on hand should I start to show symptoms. My kit includes a nebulizer, food grade hydrogen peroxide, and sterile saline solution. Having this kit on hand has reduced my concern, being a single senior citizen living hours away from friends and family.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        That is a fabulous link ( “COVID-19 early treatment: real-time analysis of 883 studies”. I have that bookmarked.

        You are really on top of things!!

        NEBULIZER with food grade hydrogen peroxide & salt water.

        I first bought my nebulizer in the Spring of 2020 after watching the testimonies of Dr. Brownstein’s Covid patients who used it. (Those many videos have since been scrubbed.)

        For almost a year, I kept it in the box. But after hearing a 2021 Mercola/Dr. Levy interview, I got the nebulizer out and made my salt water/H2O2 solution.
        Typically, first thing in the morning, I use it. I love the results.
        Others also seem to benefit from this simple approach.
        — Nebulizer Sub-Thread(s) —

    • robster says:

      Why would you use ivermectin when there is no virus? Imo it’s just as dangerous as tamiflu and hcq in that it blocks DNA/RNA replication of normal cells. A bit like chemotherapy. Stay away, as it’s all a hoax.

      • seasons says:

        Ivermectin is cheap for a reason. It does have anti-viral properties but it is not powerful enough to significantly block RNA/DNA replication in the cells. The reason Ivermectin is working is because whatever is making people sick is not all caused by a coronavirus infection. I would credit everything else Ivermectin and HCQ does to help the human body as to why it works. There has been a lot of stretching and mental gymnastics done to tie everything to Sars-Cov-2 viruses and that includes Ivermectin and HQC.

        • robster says:

          It’s cheap because it’s not patented anymore.

          You mention “not all” – do you mean “not at all”? I mean, we know there is no such thing as a SARS-Cov-2 virus. If there’s no virus, we don’t need anti-viral medications. HCQ does not help the body, it destroys it. It’s the same poison as all other antiviral medications. Look at there “side effects”.

          “ivermectin side effects death” yields some interesting links for further investigation.

          Feel free to take ivermectin all you want, but I am still surprised how many “awake” people fall for yet another scam of big pharma.

          Please people, stay away from ALL “medication”, as it is only created to make and keep you sick (profit), or even kill you (eugenics).

          • Roxanne says:

            Agree. All you need for general health in most cases is clean food, water, air.
            You don’t need anti-virals, there’s no viruses.

          • seasons says:

            Yes the lack of patent makes the drug cheaper but Ivermectin is cheap because it is not a strong drug. Ivermectin and HCQ are not true anti-virals. Its anti-viral properties are only a secondary benefit and have been greatly exaggerated.

            It provides a mild benefit and does not alter the body dramatically like stronger drugs do which can lead to further health problems. That is why it works. These anti-parasitic drugs just happens to reduce natural parasites within our bodies, which for most people is imbalanced, to a proper level and that in turn allows the body to function better.

            Unfortunately we have too many drawing the wrong conclusion that these drugs’ anti-viral properties are stronger and more powerful than previously thought. No the problem is too many strong chemicals causing imbalance and disorder within the body. The solution is milder treatments and nutrition to help balance the body so the body can treat itself.

            • Roxanne says:

              How about cleaning up diet/lifestyle instead of adding more toxins?

            • robster says:

              I’d like to rephrase the solution: NO “treatments” from big pharma, and indeed nutrition, sleep and exercise to make the body function optimally. Perhaps for most of us we should add detoxification in a natural way as well, since we all have been poisoned all our lives.

              • fitnessluz says:

                Hi Robster,
                I have been reading your comments regarding this so called virus, and I agree with you (and with Dr Cowen, Kaufmann, Lanka). It’s all fiction. Just knowing what I know (from reading Corbett) about the powers that shouldn’t be, Pharma and big corporations was enough for me to realize this was another scam, I smelled a rat way before I knew anything about those doctors.

                But, but..what IS causing the strange symptoms some people report? Has anybody consider the possibility of some type of poisonous gas being released at certain areas? I mean, are the powers that shouldn’t be not capable of pulling something like that off? Obviously, they are, and who would be the most vulnerable or susceptible?

                When my husband got sick last year, he was home sick for a month and his symptoms included severe shortness of breath, like something heavy was pressing on his chest, AND he woke up with purple lips and severe dry mouth, along with diarrhea and nausea. He hardly ate and had no energy, so it’s a small wonder how many people who are weak or somehow debilitated can, and sometimes, do die. My husband was healthy prior to this and luckily he recovered, no meds of any kind, just rest, lots of liquids and soups.
                So, again, couldn’t those symptoms be the result of some type of environmental poison? Jon Rapapport has mentioned something relating to that in at least one interview.

                Ultimately, I think that we spend too much time debating this issue, or discussing the endless possibilities regarding the germ or terrain theories, because maybe that’s what “they” want us to do, to keep us guessing, meanwhile the mandates and the fear porn continue to affect our daily lives one way or another, regardless of whether they are constitutional or not. What does it matter, if at the end of the day someone gets fired for not complying? By the time he files a law suit he could be facing eviction or otherwise struggle financially.

                What are your thoughts?

  4. HyperSimian says:

    Flew from Ohio to Florida for vacay. No vaccine needed or papers on American Airlines. Had to wear a mask in airport, pretty lax, imo. Only REAL mask mandate was at TSA pre-check. On the plane masks were required but people kinda took them off. Not a real big problem or threat (4 flights). I did not get sick and had a great time (randomly got to see/swim by with manatees). I hope others have a relaxing positive regenerative experience too.

  5. nosoapradio says:

    Covid-19: Castex urges “never to make fun of people who are afraid of the vaccine”
    Le Parisien 54 minutes ago

    On a popular public TV show, the prime minister of France said:

    When you are vaccinated, you can still transmit the virus. Vaccination is here but so is the epidemic. If there was no health pass, what would the alternative be? The closure as we have known it. This pass is useful, we put it where it is useful and it produces results”. – Jean Castex

    So lemme get this straight…

    My impression is that he said, almost in the same breath, that the pass is useless for keeping contagious people out of public spaces
    and that it is useful and produces results

    without stipulating what those results might be

    with the sole fallacious argument that other useless measures such as lockdowns are worse.

    Or did I miss a chapter?

    unless, of course… the results provided have nothing to do with the transmission of the virus and more about dividing people and stigmatizing the uninjected…

  6. nosoapradio says:

    A Corbett Report commenter mentioned the elites’ campaign to synthesize the fountain of youth. Saw this article that with its phrases such as “instructing cells to produce” can indeed, as suggested by the commenter, be a bit provocative when wondering why experimental mRNA tech is being forced on the world. Some extracts:

    Meet Altos Labs, Silicon Valley’s latest wild bet on living forever
    Funders of a deep-pocketed new “rejuvenation” startup are said to include Jeff Bezos and Yuri Milner.

    by Antonio Regalado
    September 4, 2021

    “…Yamanaka’s breakthrough discovery was that with the addition of just four proteins, now known as Yamanaka factors, cells can be instructed to revert to a primitive state with the properties of embryonic stem cells. By 2016, Izpisúa Belmonte’s lab had applied these factors to entire living mice, achieving signs of age reversal and leading him to term reprogramming a potential “elixir of life.”…

    …The results of such mouse experiments, while tantalizing, were also frightening. Depending on how much reprogramming occurred, some mice developed ugly embryonic tumors called teratomas, even as others showed signs their tissues had become younger…

    …A number of startups are pursuing reprogramming technology, including Life Biosciences, Turn Biotechnologies, AgeX Therapeutics, and Shift Bioscience in the UK, although these efforts have not yet led to any treatments tested on people in clinical trials

    …In 2013, Serrano was the first scientist to genetically engineer mice to produce Yamanaka factors. They all developed tumors as their cells reverted to an embryonic stage. Still, the work hinted that time could be reversed inside a living animal. “You introduce the factors and they do the magic. It’s very simple experimentally, even if it is not understood,” says Serrano….

    …The major question now is how to tailor reprogramming to see if it can safely rejuvenate animals without killing them, and whether the process can be carried out using ordinary drugs, rather than via genetic engineering. “To me the Yamanaka factors are not realistic for use in the clinic,” Serrano says. “They involve the introduction of genes, some of which are oncogenic. This is hard to pass through the filter of regulatory agencies.”…”

    Perhaps they’re engineering willing new test subjects in “covid vaccinated” populations by developing possible “rejuvenating remedies” for the ills being incubated from these injections?

    • nosoapradio says:

      Speaking of immortality-obsessed elites, some extracts of the “dispatches” published by the trans-humanists over at NEO.LIFE:

      COVID-19, misinformation, free speech, and ER doctors

      “As NEO.LIFE reported earlier this year, many experts are now regarding misinformation as a public health crisis, and in a statement, the ABEM board said it will start to deny or withdraw certifications from doctors who spread falsehoods about the COVID-19. ”

      Pathogens in pregnant mice prop up immunity in pups

      “Mild infections which expecting mothers suffer during their pregnancies may alter the epithelial stem cells in their fetuses—the progenitors of the gut lining. A study in mice by scientists at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), shows this effect is mediated by the cytokine protein IL-6. The alterations in utero appear to change the pups’ gut linings after birth, helping them develop optimal immune fitness and enhancing their resistance to infections as adults. The increased immune protection comes at a cost, however, and gives them a predisposition to inflammatory digestive disorders like colitis.”

      Efficient CRISPR system successfully placed in a viral vector

      “Researchers at the Korea Research Institute of Bioscience & Biotechnology and the Korea University of Science and Technology have developed a miniature CRISPR system that fits into a small adeno-associated virus, a standard FDA-approved platform for gene therapy. Packaging CRISPR tools into a single viral vector is seen as a way forward for gene therapy in vivo, which promises new treatments for cancer and genetic or infectious diseases…”

      First there was young blood—now young poop?

      “Could the gut microbiome be a therapeutic target to increase lifespans or healthspans? That’s the implication of a new study by researchers at University College Cork in Ireland. They gave old mice fecal transplants taken from either young or old mice and showed that those taken from the young mice reversed age-associated brain and peripheral immune senescence and altered hippocampal metabolome and transcriptomes in the recipient old mice. The young mouse donor microbiota also dulled age-associated impairments in cognitive behavior, the researchers report.”

      Better, faster, cheaper RNA—with a little salt

      “Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have developed a new process for making RNA for therapeutic applications that promises to generate it at higher purity, in larger amounts, and at lower cost than any previous process could manage… Clearly, RNA drugs, including mRNA vaccines, will feature prominently in our future, so this is an important step in increasing safety and streamlining costs.

      • robster says:

        CRISPR is not nearly as efficient, safe or successful as they claim. Huge cancer causing “treatment”, but of course that brings in more “patients” for the industry.

    • arbuckle says:

      If you want to know a bit more about the phenomenon of immortality in some species, and the relation to miRNA you might want to read the following article:

      Immortal Jellyfish can reverse aging and rejuvenate itself at any point

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      It has been some years since I last researched the topic of Stem Cells.
      When I was helping to organize our VAXXED movie events in the Dallas area, at an AMC theatre I met a local Integrative Doctor who offered stem cell therapy in his practice.
      I asked all kinds of questions. It ain’t cheap, but he told me about some amazing results. Sports athletes will sometimes use this therapy.
      I saw a recent video of a Covid-Vaxed injured lady who was getting stem cell therapy and light therapy. It was at the tail end of the video after she told her story about magnets, then nerve damage and auto-immune disorders.

      Today, I pulled the following video(s) from the “News & Activism” page of our website.
      (In June, the “website maker” aspect (WEBS) was sold to, and parts of our website are missing. They are trying to rectify it.)

      What Are Stem Cells? Why Are They So Important? Part 1
      by California based “AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare”
      (13 minutes)
      Some videos might be set on private, because of the 2020 tyranny.

      What Are Stem Cells? Why Are They So Important? Part 1
      What Are Stem Cells? Where Do They Come From? Part 2
      What Are Stem Cells? What Do They Do? Part 3
      What Are Stem Cells? What Are They Used For? Part 4
      How to Live Longer – My Stem Cell & Ozone Treatments

      This is the outfit who appeared on “The Doctors” television show with Clint Eastwood’s daughter about Ozone Therapy.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I thought of this Sub-Thread when I saw the following headline.
      The article is behind a paywall, so I don’t know the details.

      Jeff Bezos Just Invested In A Startup Trying To Extend Human Life By Reprogramming Stem Cells

  7. yellowie says:

    My youngest son’s university now requires the jab. He will sit this year out. We live 2 blocks away and he isn’t allowed to step on the grounds of the university. He has been provided with a brief, but saturated education in totalitarianism that could have never been achieved in any classroom. I am so thankful that he has a friend who did the same thing, so he has some support.

    My employer mandated the jab (first dose by Sept 7) despite the fact that I work from home and haven’t been to the hospital since last November (once, I went in on a weekend to get some post-it notes…they are so expensive!). I went to protest at our hospital, about 1,000 in attendance. No media coverage, but on the front page of our town paper that day, was my family doctor gently scolding the unjabbed. I will see an employment lawyer in the next couple of days as I expect that I will be terminated this week. I won’t be able to work anywhere, like the hospital up the street, because now the jab is a condition for employment. A like minded colleague is freaking out and everyday I have to talk him down from a ledge. Every week the numbers of the jabbed are posted like it’s some kind of contest. As the financial reality hit, a lot of folks took the jab.

    It is good to see that the Police Union joined in the Toronto protests (not reported in MSM). Earlier in the year the province of Ontario gave them extra powers and one by one each city said they weren’t going to use them.
    My husband of 30 years (41 years together since we met as teenagers) is on the same page as myself and that is so important. It will be tough financially. We will need to move. I think it is like Terminator 3 movie, where at the end the guy says something like, “I didn’t understand. I thought we were supposed to stop it from happening, but in reality the goal was to survive it.” In a final act of defiance, I will not return any unused post-it notes.

    My golden bison tomato plants have done really well. The fruit is so delicious. There are a few chipmunks nearby, but they are considerate. They will bite into the fruit and then come back the next day and finish it off. Not like those pesky squirrels who take a bite out of everything.

    To James, you should have either a listing (or a contest) for the best covid related slogans.
    Some of my favourites are below with credit given:
    Covid-1984. Stolen from this site…earlier posts.
    Did science die of covid or with covid? From a commenter on the National Post
    Follow the (political) science. From a commenter on the Globe and Mail

    • nosoapradio says:

      Wow. What a post!

      Funny, philosophical, romantic, bucolic, great sci fi movie and newspaper commenter quotes, son’s trials and brothers-in-arms, husband’s solidarity, gourmet rodents, compliments for Corbett, police protests and protest post-its!

      A great read!

      The Terminator 3 quotes gave me shivers though:

      “I didn’t understand. I thought we were supposed to stop it from happening, but in reality the goal was to survive it.”


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      That was a very enlightening write-up which helps to paint the picture of what people are going through. Thank you.

      Here is a link to that Toronto story…
      Friday September 3, 2021 – LifeSiteNews
      Huge crowds as Toronto police officers join rally for freedom against vaccine passports
      [One minute video. Chris Sky is there also.]

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I enjoyed this…

        14 year old Bobbie chews out the School Board
        (2 minutes)

        Around Tuesday August 31st, Project Veritas broke the story:
        “Pro-Antifa High School Teacher in California Admits Communist Indoctrination of Students … “

        Bobby’s School Board administers the High School at the heart of the story.
        Gabriel Gipe, AP (Advanced Placement) Government Teacher, Inderkum High School said:
        “I have 180 days to turn them [students] into revolutionaries.”..
        …”Scare the f*ck out of them.”..
        …“I’m probably as far left as you can go.”..
        … I’ve had students show up for protests… — that’s their extra credit.”…
        … “There are three other teachers in my department that I did my credential program with — and they’re rad. They’re great people. They’re definitely on the same page.”

    • J.P. Wheeler says:

      Your employer requires the jab even though you’re a remote worker? Unbelievable!

      • yellowie says:

        J.P. it is more hilarious than that. Yesterday they delivered a box of covid-19 rapid tests (25 in the box) for me to use before my shift…in my living room…but only until I get fired on Sept 8th. They go for $40 each test at the nearby drug store.

        • J.P. Wheeler says:

          So you have to test for it even though you never go into the office? Yet they have every intention of firing you anyway in a few days. What’s the point!? Makes loads of sense.

          You know, I honestly thought remote work would be an out for a lot of employees looking to avoid the shot,(and it still may be for some) but that’s looking less and less likely.

          Don’t give up Yellowie! Talk to an attorney, fight it! Yes it’s financially stressful, but honestly when it’s all said and done I’d rather not work for an employer that’s willing to do that to its workers!

          You’ve got this!!!

    • deb.h says:

      Yes, excellent post. Here’s another quote for your collection:

      “Things are not getting worse, they are getting uncovered. we must hold each other tight & continue to pull back the veil.”

    • westerncivic says:

      You can copy this cease and desist order and give it to all these nazis.

      You have to disobey, and keep going to work if that is your goal, no matter what they say about this nonsense.

      But if that doesn’t work, we sure need more full time revolutionaries…

  8. mkey says:

    The Epic Of Gilgamesh In Sumerian

    The EPIC OF GILGAMESH is the earliest great work of literature that we know of, and was first written down by the Sumerians around 2100 B.C.


    In those days
    In those distant days
    In those nights
    In those ancient nights

    In those years
    In those distant years
    In those ancient days when
    All things had been created

    In ancient time when
    All things were given their place
    When bread was first tasted in the sacred shrines of the land
    When the ovens had been lighted

    When the Heavens had been separated from the Earth
    When the Earth had been separated from the Heavens
    When the mankind had been established

  9. torquemadda says:

    hey folks
    wanna share smth ive found, namely – the new lengths that FANG is ready to go just to shut Corbett up. So:
    in my swiss web bubble if i type in youtube search “vaccines corbett”, guess who is flashing all across ma screen? certain Kizzmekia S. Corbett, a PhD in bootlicking, a horrible govt mouthpiece who is ofc promoting the MAGAjab. Let it sink in:the fight s been goin 4 so long, they BRED UP A PERSONAL HUMAN-PATCH to close the gap called “corbett” in their reality. feel free to replicate this feat.
    with sadness,

    • kirm says:

      Holy smokes! I checked that out and you’re right. Spooky.

      Anyway, people who are looking for insight about other matters may end up on James’ site. But yeah, vaccines and Corbett aren’t going to get you here.

    • nosoapradio says:

      double 😯


      BRED UP A PERSONAL HUMAN-PATCH to close the gap called “corbett” in their reality

      would seem very logical and thus probable in an information war…

      a very politically correct one in every subliminal way…

  10. kay says:

    I’m in the Lincoln, Ne area. Lancaster county brought back the mask mandate. I can’t wear a mask due to medical reasons so trying to go places in the area have been annoying. I went to several restaurants to try and sit down and eat and all of them asked me to either put on a mask or show paperwork showing the validity of my medical condition. I refused to use their services. Nebraska is a conservative state. But the Lincoln/Lancaster area is very liberal. Thankfully the Omaha area isn’t pushing the mandates right now. I’ll be driving there from now on if I need anything. Also, if you go to the smaller towns in the state, it’s like there is no “pandemic” at all. It’s wonderful.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Interesting about Lincoln. I wouldn’t have thought.
      I can understand that the rural towns would be more relaxed.

      One of my brothers’ wife hails from Grand Island. This brother is fighting hard at his job in Los Angeles…he doesn’t want the jab.
      Today I was on the phone with another brother who lives in Omaha.
      He’s a Minister and does a lot of funerals.
      So, he sees that side of things.
      He got the jab around a month ago, and seemed kind of proud about it.
      I warned him, in detail, beforehand.
      Today, we briefly talked about the weather there. He said the heat with the humidity gets rough.
      A recent funeral he had was for a 17 year old at football practice who passed out and died after 15 minutes of a drill. They couldn’t get his body temperature down, which reached 120F. He was a large sized kid.
      We joke together all the time. I told him that I relate to Noah who was labeled a conspiracy theorist…until it started raining.

      I expect to see more funerals as the months roll by with all the Covid vaccinations. We’ll see what happens.

  11. mkey says:

    Dictatorial wannabe trash opened his mouth and you already know what came out of it

  12. nosoapradio says:

    This guy rivals Bill Gates, Noam Chomsky and even Bill Still in his savvy use of hand gestures.

    This is the first time I hear about the “vaccinated economy”.(at 50 seconds) “if you wanna participate, you gotta be vaccinated…” wow. Careful! Your biosecurity state is showing!

    And the way he repeats “yeaa, there’s every reason, Every Reason to get vaccinated”, the look in his eyes seemed to be visualizing his stock portfolio…

    in fact it feels like he’s having a hard time keeping a straight face when he’s talking about “how it’s not gonna be sife with all those unvaccinated riming around spreading the virus” as he reblatterates the BS hardselling the “pandemic of the unvaccinated”…

    This politician, who looks more like the cliché version of a cheap car salesman is powerfully repulsive, like he’s literally nauseating and I honestly think it’s because he knows perfectly well he’s lying through his teeth.

    • nosoapradio says:

      Effing HELL! I mean Oh Darn it!

      That last comment’s supposed to be a reply to mkey.

    • mkey says:

      This guy is scum of the Earth and yet people refer to these inbreeders as the “elite”. Elite of a festering sceptic tank run off, at best. This guy looks up to freshly defecated material.

      His kind has been put in place to wrangle the masses, that even 1% digests his mental (better said cranial, while he appears to have a head, he sure as hell doesn’t have a mind) diarrhea is mind boggling, while the reality of the matter is such that probably fifty times as many people have this blithering psychopath in their ear.

      Absolutely aneurism inducing display.

  13. jeaniew says:

    Forced jab at work? In the US, there is some hope:—SHELDON-KARASIK:2

    While lockdowns crippled my business, I’ve been trying to find a job without the jab. I’m in the PNW and it’s getting harder. Just got hired only to discover they are mandating the jab. I know I’m not alone, so thought I would share this insightful legal-rights-based video.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Religious exemptions are one way to avoid the jab, but there is no exemption to the testing I have found. But, there is saliva testing versus having a nasal swab. It’s still absurd to have to do this testing, but if you need your job, I would do the testing. The saliva tests can be expensive, but if you have a bunch of people getting them, you may be able to get a group discount.

      I suggest not mentioning anything about the vaccine during the interview. Once you are hired, ask about the religious exemption. Religious discrimination is illegal and even in at will states if you are terminated even before you start, I think a case could be made that you were discriminated against. There are protected categories, like race, disability, and religion that prevent an employer for terminating an employee based on any of those categories. At least, this is what I have found in California.

  14. Ukdavec says:

    The Year the Earth Stood Still

    First, the virus. Then the governmental overreaction, complete with lockdowns, ghoulish media terrorism, the defenestration of acknowledged science, mass psychosis, brutally directed administrative fear ‘nudging’, and universal social and economic dysfunction. Now the backlash. It is not as if the fundamental underlying problems hadn’t been identified over a year ago in this global freak show.

    Hedge fund view of the scamdemic – btw the linked interview with Prof. Russell Napier is a must listen IMHO to understand financial dimensions of this episode

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks Dave. That pdf was a smooth, short read.
      Alternative assets (such as gold/silver) certainly seem smart, because the future has been penned.

  15. J-Smoove says:

    I’m in Long Island, NY and fortunately for me (for now), I work form home. They did tell us that we may have to go into the office a few times a year, though. I work in finance and different areas in the organization have to go back to the office and others do not. I recently got an email from my employer stating that in order to enter the office building, you either need to be vaccinated or have a negative Covid test. A mask is also required. I told my manager that I am not getting vaccinated and would not get a Covid test. I also told him that it is silly to go to the office since we have been performing our job for over a year at home. He told me he would reach out to HR and ask them about some people not coming back to the office based on what I said.

    I personally do not know exactly what I am going on to do from a financial perspective if my job no longer is work from home. I’m not getting vaccinated nor am I getting tested, period. My wife is a speech therapist, and they haven’t mandated the vaccine or testing in her field.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Man! So many people around the world are wrestling with these damn dictates which suppress the livelihoods of honest hard-working people. It is evil. Like kicking a guy when he’s down.

      J-Smoove, thanks for the anecdote. I get a lot out of these personal stories.

  16. nosoapradio says:

    Looking for ESL class material for professionals in the public transport sector, I assumed they would soon be needing to integrate the digital health pass into access points of their networks which caused me to stumble upon this helpful piece from our good buddies at the WEF; an excerpt:

    Here’s how to build better public transport after COVID-19

    “…Using computer vision at station entrances
    Among the primary measures for infection containment at the entry points of public transit stations are touchless fever detection and mask-detection technologies. Fever and mask detection combines thermal imaging with intelligent video analytics and AI techniques to not only identify individuals but also determine their body temperature and the presence of masks.

    This solution has been implemented on the Argentina Trains network, which combines facial recognition and ultra-fast temperature checks with thermal and light imaging, while also validating ticket reservations. The access control system is intelligently connected to the Argentinian train database which checks for QR Codes and allows only essential workers* to access the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area trains during rush hour. Similarly, South Korean capital Seoul has installed glass-panelled bus shelters fitted with external thermal cameras and internal ultraviolet (UV) sterilizers. Installed along major routes, these shelters work to curb infection transmission by checking for fever and creating a sterile space in which to wait.

    Speech recognition to reduce touch
    Crowded stations equipped with speech recognition and voice-enabled ticket vending machines will minimize contact with high-touch surfaces and prevent cross infections. Shanghai Metro’s automated ticket vending machine uses voice and facial recognition technologies to dispense tickets after recommending ideal routes based on the destination.

    Voice-activated buttons to call an elevator from outside or communicate the floor number from inside should be implemented at transit stations. For instance, the elevators designed by thyssenkrupp Elevator Italia have voice assistance that works on Wi-Fi or 4G to initiate the desired commands. Alternatively, buttons could be activated by hand proximity and motion detection without physical contact, such as the holographic buttons implemented in elevators…

    *interesting use of the term “essential workers” in the phrase:

    The access control system is intelligently connected to the Argentinian train database which checks for QR Codes and allows only essential workers to access the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area trains during rush hour.

    • nosoapradio says:

      … allows only essential workers to access the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area trains during rush hour…

    • nosoapradio says:

      I really recommend watching the embedded very short WEF April 2021 video on Singapore’s implemented public transport solutions to purported sanitary crises such as Covid in the link above. A glimpse of the near future. In addition to determining who is and isn’t “essential”, you have time-stamped staggered public transport tickets bought in advance only, among other technocratic control “solutions”. Must be seen to be believed…

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Here is that 2 minute video…

        From the “World Economic Forum” YouTube Channel
        From clean to spotless – How is Singapore opening up to the world?

        By the way, that WEF GooTube channel has countless videos of technocrats giving their take on how to better control people and their actions.

        It is a sick mindset…wanting to administer control over people’s lives.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        More on Singapore…

        September 5, 2021 – Zero Hedge
        Robocop Is Here:
        Singapore Deploys Robots To Detect “Undesirable Behavior” Including Groups Of “More Than Five People”
        …Singapore is wasting no time, and according to Mothership the small Asian nation is deploying ground robots on trial to patrol and survey a public area with high foot traffic…

        …According to a media release, an HTX robot will be deployed for a three-week period from Sep. 5 to patrol Toa Payoh Central, a planning area and matured residential town located in the northern part of the Central Region of Singapore…

        …The robot(s), called Xavier, will weave its way autonomously through the crowds to detect “undesirable social behaviors” including:
        ~~~ Congregation of more than five people (in line with prevailing Safe Management Measures)
        ~~~ Smoking in prohibited areas
        ~~~ Illegal hawking
        ~~~ Improperly parked bicycles within HDB Hub
        ~~~ Motorized active mobility devices and motorcycles on footpaths

        Upon detecting any of these terrifying activities, the robot will trigger real-time alerts to the command and control center, and display the appropriate message (depending on the scenario) to educate the public and “deter” such behaviors. The deployment of the ground robot is intended to support the work of public officers and reduce the manpower required for foot patrols.

        In other words, Robocop has officially arrived….
        [More details, map, and photos in article.]

  17. Octium says:

    The Australian state of Tasmania’s 2nd largest tourist attraction is now making vaccinations mandatory for staff.

    So what’s the states largest tourist attraction?

    Port Arthur of course…

    So I guess they come for your guns first and then your veins.

    Not much else to report from this part of downtrodden under

  18. hugo.c says:

    Hi Community,

    Of course the big upcoming event is the 20th 9/11 reminder. It will be interesting to see what style of deflection is applied to it in the Fawning Corporate Media, but more interesting to see how much pushback comes in the alternate media.

    Russia seems to have the USA/EU in perpetual “check” in the Ukraine, so that’s on the back burner.

    The underground event is, of course, the Eurasian economic integration. It will be interesting to see how the SCO responds to the USA’s freeze of Afghan state assets and humanitarian aid as winder descends. There are humanitarian (food and heating) crises looming. So, expect the FCM to play that one to counter the counter-narrative against brainless warmongering.

    If you’d like a too extended rant on USA hypocrisy and general stupidity here’s an author from Kashmir:

    A rant well written with some very nice references. But, a rant it is.

    Lastly, form social bonds, embrace a community and enjoy the beauty of this wonderous little planet. In many a review of the solar system you’ll hear people like Carl Sagan declaring that Saturn is the “jewel of the solar system”. Bunk. Its the earth moon system. Learn more of the solar system and its amazing variety (and emptiness) to appreciate just how wonderous is the jewel upon which you live.

    Love and Peace.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      hugo.c says:
      “Of course the big upcoming event is the 20th 9/11 reminder. It will be interesting to see what style of deflection is applied to it in the Fawning Corporate Media,”

      HBO Spike Lee with your favorite Masked Men (and 5 other gender options)
      “NYC Epicenters: 9/11 → 2021 ½ “

      TRAILER – 3 minutes

      From Academy Award-winner Spike Lee, #NYCEpicenters captures the city’s history and evolution in the 20 years since 9/11 with interviews from the citizens who lived it. The HBO original documentary series premieres August 22 on HBO Max.

      Lending their opinions and insights to NYC EPICENTERS 9/11➔2021½ is a chorus of voices that mirrors the diversity of the city itself. Interviewees include Jon Stewart, Rosie Perez, Jeffrey Wright, John Turturro; politicians Chuck Schumer, Bill De Blasio, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ron Kim, Mondaire Jones, Stacey Plaskett, Ritchie Torres, Muriel Bowser; medical professionals Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Ian Lipkin, Dr. Fritz Francois; NYFD members; machine operators from Ground Zero; engineers and architects; news anchors and reporters.

  19. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Derrick Broze (Conscious Resistance) “Activation Tour” – Dallas, Texas
    VIDEO Replay of Friday September 3, 2021

    People in the North Texas area joined together to come to this event. Some of the groups involved were Dallas Freedom Cell, Ennis Freedom Cell, and North Texans for 9/11 Truth and Beyond.
    (I wasn’t there.)
    The Event was held at the “Circle Grill” – 3701 N Buckner Blvd Dallas, TX 75228

    Typically, every Friday night, like-minded folks show up to get together at the Circle Grill.

  20. Tina says:

    Definitely the most amusing thing going on as of late is the Joe Rogan deal. This celebrity/ SUPER popular podcaster “goes viral” with his (unvaccinated) covid experience and mentions that part of his treatment was Ivermectin. Aside from people in alternative media and the doctors/scientists that I follow along with like-minded folks that I interact with on Facebook, I hadn’t heard one peep about Ivermectin from mainstream media or “normies” this entire last year and a half. All of a sudden, people are using the term “horse de-wormer” and mocking this drug relentlessly. I figured SOMETHING had happened to cause this sudden obsession (and of course desperate attempt to discredit it), and lo and behold: it was the popular podcaster, Joe Rogan, who was responsible for it all. Rachel Maddow and her piece was shameless and the fake picture in Rolling Stone of “people lining up at the ER who had overdosed on Ivermectin” was beyond pathetic…but not surprising one bit. Then there are all the memes of people with horse heads popping up on social media… Only in America (or the West, I suppose) can people be so dense and not clearly see what is obviously happening here.

  21. mkey says:

    Do you have the Delta Variant? It’s illegal for you to know

    “’The letter of the law from CMS is that if you don’t go through this full validation process, you cannot release the results with patient identifying information,’ Wroblewski said.”

    So…getting any sort of official approval for the genetic-sequencing test is a lot of work. It takes a great of deal of time. Therefore, yawn, why bother? Therefore, shrug, just let each lab set its own standards and make its own claims. Who cares?

  22. seasons says:

    Instead of waking people up would it be easier to get people to fall so asleep that they will not listen to the narrative?

    I remember back during the 2009 Swine Flu Pandemic where I was one of the very few who bought into it and religiously followed all the major news media surrounding Swine Flu.

    Many familiar topics during the Covid Pandemic was also repeated during the Swine Flu Pandemic. Things like miilions predicted to die, quarantines, masks, vaccine mandates, needing to vaccinate 100% of the population were all brought up. Some workplaces actually mandated Swine Flu vaccines.

    However almost nobody paid attention and eventually it fizzled out. Most people were not awake back then and calling it a scam. They were just not interested in Swine Flu. It be great if we can repeat this today and get most people to stay out the way. Just literally do anything BUT consume or participate in the Covid narrative.

  23. Joseph says:

    I have found this video and I think it might be interesting for you as well.

    The speaker tells a lot of things that are in correlation with the David E. Martin’s testimony at the German Corona Inquiry Committee July 9th, 2021. If these things are true, the supporting info will be definitely in the patent registries and at other organization’s databases.

    There are 2 very interesting parts in the video:

    1. It is said that this coronavirus was know at least 21 years ago, so it is not novel at all.

    2. The covid vaccines are manufactured bio-weapons.

    Here is the 10 minute long video, until YouTube does not delete it:

  24. hanky says:

    I would like to remind the scientismists how important we, the unvaxxed, are as a ‘control group.’ Destroying the control group is very bad science, indeed, but very good strategy for fearmongering tyrants. Even the most advanced and sophisticated medical tricks are mere minor, albeit hazardous, tweakings of the original. What will they tweak when we, the natural immunity remnants are extinct?

    Also, all the descriptions of vaccine ingredients and modes of function, as well as statistics on deaths,’cases,’hospitalizations, etc. are sourced from ‘them.’ Do they really have the ability to take over our DNA? If so, is this advanced technology really in every vial? Are there even placebos being used?
    What is actually administered to any particular individual is hard to verify, unless they are a teenager who plotzes forthwith AND undergoes a proper autopsy.

    I agree with James Corbett’s statements about standing up to the unambiguous tyranny, while staying out of the medical details quagmire, aka can of worms.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      hanky says:
      I agree with James Corbett’s statements about standing up to the unambiguous tyranny, while staying out of the medical details quagmire, aka can of worms.

      (H/t to Hanky for the France shopping video below.)

  25. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Shopping in France without a Vaccine Passport

    • nosoapradio says:

      So I showed my public transport students the Singapore/Buenos Aires article and video yesterday about newly integrated bio-security tech and I was flabbergasted by their response. They were unanimously indignant at the sight of the body temperature monitors that they categorically described as “discriminatory”. A normal perspective you would exclaim!

      Except for the fact that the group had just finished explaining to me how profoundly disgusted they were with the all the protesters fighting against the so-called Health Pass and “vaccines”.

      So, predictably I ventured to suggest that perhaps the Health Pass was as discriminatory as the temperature monitors in exactly the same ways

      which they immediately and vehemently rejected in a barrage of easily refutable and illogical arguments that simply attempted to demonstrate that the “health pass” was necessary and the heat monitors inconvenient for them. Utter incoherence which I tried to elucidate as tactfully as possible.

      As is always and forever the case, it comes down to the question of whether or not “Daddy so-called “government”” would deliberately force poisonous injections and totalitarian laws on them.

      It always comes down to this fundamental difference in outlook. My family, friends and English business students (none of whom, needless to repeat, are in those protests) can entertain for even a moment the idea that their albeit corrupt government would deliberately try to hurt them or their children. Nothing you can show people harbouring this conviction will convince them otherwise; it simply will not compute, their brains immediately seize upon the buoys of “incompetence”, “coincidence”, “error”… Their (understandable) need to believe in a benign government is too dire.

      From whatever angle you approach today’s events or any major events in history for that matter, it always comes down to this foundational difference in perspective (unless of course, you’re talking about the Chinese; for some reason, they’re capable of atrocities that Europeans couldn’t possibly commit).

      And the mind-bogglingly disturbing thing is that when the CCM explains to them why heat monitors are as therapeutic and democratic as they are absolutely necessary they will promptly adopt that point of view.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I’m sorry… …I’m kind of chuckling.
        Pretty amazing “thinking” that’s going on with a lot of people.

        NoSoapRadio says:
        …Their (understandable) need to believe in a benign government is too dire.
        …unless of course, you’re talking about the Chinese; for some reason, they’re capable of atrocities that Europeans couldn’t possibly commit.

  26. bleak says:

    Semiotics, Medical Cognitive Dissonence and why Jesus Christ is the only #SOLUTION

    What makes a person so hard to reach? What makes a person who may be generally considered “intelligent” by others and their peers an absolute idiot when it comes to certain subjects? This was all a game of “cognitive dissonance” (“nya nya your cognitive dissonant lol”) until 2020. Now it’s a matter of life vs death (of humanity). Why are most people so ridiculously obtuse when it comes to anything ‘covid?’

    Semiotics is the study of signs, symbols, words, context, perceptions and their meanings, relationships and influences (both physical and psychological). In other words, what do signs and symbols mean to most people by mutual consent. The “signifier” is the form which the sign takes and the “signified” is the concept it represents. Charles Peirce, Ferdinand de Saussure, Roland Barthes (CRASH !!!), Umberto Eco were prominent semioticians.

    Saussure stressed that sound and thought (or the signifier and the signified) were as inseparable as the two sides of a piece of paper. They were ‘intimately linked’ in the mind ‘by an associative link’ – ‘each triggers the other’. Saussure presented these elements as wholly interdependent, neither pre-existing the other.

    Since the world has been successfully deconstructed and reduced to banal (and dangerous) materiality, it makes sense then to try to repair the language we use. 1984 newspeak is here. Doublethink is here. Inversions and reversals are here. It’s “through the looking glass, people. White is black and black is white” as Stone had Jim Garrison say in JFK. (Stone got the “covid” gene interference shot or shots btw.)

    Semiotics is not really a study of symbolism as in the hidden, occulted, metaphoric sense (what does the Seal of Solomon really mean? for example) although there are no dogmatic criteria in the study of semiotics preventing it from being applied to such a study as you will see.

    It is not so much the individual word or sentence that “stands for” or “reflects” the individual object or event in the real world, but rather that the entire system of signs, the entire field of the langue, lies parallel to reality itself; that it is the totality of systematic language, in other words, which is analogous to whatever organized structures exist in the world of reality, and that our understanding proceeds from one whole or Gestalt to the other, rather than on a one-to-one basis. [ibid]

    In TV land, medical shows are prominent and have played a huge role in creating archetypal role models. The shows have also defined what medicine is and what medicine is not.

    • bleak says:

      Not only do most people take what their so-called doctors tell them (like chemotherapy, pscyh disorders) but they’ve been indoctrinated through TV which have given them blueprints for how doctors, nurses, patients etc should act and how they should not act. This has been broadcast and imprinted in brains decade after decade.

      Dr Kildare (1961)
      General Hospital (1963)
      M*A*S*H (1972)
      Doogie Howser, MD (1989)
      ER (1994)
      and one of the biggest…
      Star Trek (not exclusively a medical show but doctors and medicine play a major role in the entire Star Trek oeuvre. To see how doctors will deal with a virus in the future and how courageous they are, watch Star Trek original series Season 1, Episode 8 1966 ;))

      There are at least 30 more shows and more are being produced. Think of the hundreds of billions spent on this.

      Should it be surprising then that a DNA-affecting, experimental RNA gene interference injection is known as “the vaccine”? Decades of premeditated preparation through mass media mind-control rules.

      Because “man” invented this language, whatever manipulations used to change meanings are reversible through semiotic reverse-engineering. STOP CALLING IT A “VACCINE” EVERYWHERE AND ANYWHERE. Call it what it should be called. I’m not exactly sure what it should be called and this is part of the problem although “human genome/gene interference system” is close.

      If you want to hear an example of semiotics in action, a really funny (with lots of profanity in Scottish accents), see In The Loop (2009, dead actor James Gandolfini). There is no way the particular segment was arbitrary and it shows how much “holly WOOD” has been using semiotics as mind manipulation.

      People look at the signs (logos) of the CDC, WHO, AMA etc and it gives them a tingly 1984 feeling of pride. They are protected from harm. They see the Caduceus and think “mmmm good snakes” which is the semiotic meaning of this symbol to them. Where is this from?

      The people spoke against God and against Moses, Why have you brought us up out of Egypt to die in this desert, for there is no bread and no water, and we are disgusted with this rotten bread. And the Lord sent fiery serpents among the people, and they bit the people; and many people of Israel died. Therefore the people came to Moses and said, We have sinned, for we have spoken against the Lord and against you; pray to the Lord, that He take away the serpents from us. And Moses prayed for the people. And the Lord said to Moses, Make a fiery serpent, and set it upon a pole: and it shall come to pass that everyone that is bitten, when he looks upon it, shall live. And Moses made a serpent of brass, and put it upon a pole, and it came to pass that if a serpent had bitten any man, when he beheld the serpent of brass, he lived.
      -Numbers 21:5-9

      • cu.h.j says:

        Interesting mention of medical shows. You are right to point out how the medical establishment is glorified and propagandized this way. I watched ER as a kid and this show is one of the reasons I wanted to go into medicine because it seemed exciting and also seemed like an ethical way to make money and do good.

        I never became a doctor because, but did eventually go on to become a nurse and actually work in emergency rooms. It’s much different than TV. But if you want to watch a good documentary about the medical system, particularly emergency medicine, watch The Waiting Room. It was filmed at Highland Hospital in Oakland CA.

        This Covid-1984 psyop has ruined much of the goodness in allopathic medicine in my opinion. Though there are still some good that it does and emergency medicine is a little less corrupt because they do treat actual emergencies like traumas, drownings, strokes, severe sepsis, heart attacks. These conditions can’t be treated yet without going to the hospital. Emergency medical providers do actually help save people who are on the brink of death, even people who had been in perfect health have medical emergencies. Like appendicitis for example. If it bursts, it needs to come out and the person needs a surgeon and often comes into the emergency room.

        But the push for this “vaccine” has almost completely corrupted the field because the majority of medical providers are brainwashed and going along with it.

        • bleak says:

          Yeah, what a mess. A complete ruin. Turning away patients who didn’t get the interference injection (this is already cumbersome). What happened to the Hippocratic oath? And now understaffed because of their mandates. Bravo to nurses who stand up.

          Then comes the “anti science/medicine” or whatever rhetoric if you criticize them which is untrue. I’ve had surgeries and am so grateful to those doctors and associates. I kissed the hand of my last surgeon. OK, she was pretty and it was an excuse to kiss some part of her but I really meant it.

    • bleak says:

      “The Jews had forgotten the history of the brazen snake on a pole and since it was such a long time since the meaning was taught, they had been worshipping it as a pagan symbol. They even burned incense to it as they were doing for all their pagan gods. “It” had a name “Nehushtan” which is a derogatory name in Hebrew meaning “a mere piece of brass/ a brazen thing.” The “right in the eyes of the Lord” King Hezekiah tore it down and rid Israel of all the rest of its pagan idols.”

      Jesus Christ replaced the Jewish god’s snake on a pole when he sacrificed his life and it is only through Christ that mankind will be redeemed. Is it any wonder then why churches are now complying with the gene interference shots? It is the mission of globalists to eradicate what’s left of the teachings of Jesus from history. That is why you should pray to Christ and ask for forgiveness.

      Wisdom from the Spirit of God

      Howbeit we speak wisdom among them that are perfect: yet not the wisdom of this world, nor of the princes of this world, that come to nought: But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, which God ordained before the world unto our glory: Which none of the princes of this world knew: for had they known it, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory.

      But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.

      But God hath revealed them unto us by his Spirit: for the Spirit searcheth all things, yea, the deep things of God. For what man knoweth the things of a man, save the spirit of man which is in him? even so the things of God knoweth no man, but the Spirit of God. Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is of God; that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God. Which things also we speak, not in the words which man’s wisdom teacheth, but which the Holy Ghost teacheth; comparing spiritual things with spiritual.

      But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned. But he that is spiritual judgeth all things, yet he himself is judged of no man. For who hath known the mind of the Lord, that he may instruct him? But we have the mind of Christ. -1 Corinthians 2:6-16

      • Fact Checker says:

        “…you should pray to Christ and ask for forgiveness.”

        It is indeed a cruel and wicked Master that would demand that Its pitiful charges should beg for “forgiveness” in their time of anguish, suffering and oppression.

        Reasonably, one should hope and “pray” that such an Entity doesn’t exist at all, since if It did exist, who knows what horrors such a monster is capable of conjuring up next?

        The fact is, bleak, that nobody should trouble themselves with quaking in terror at your hateful Sky Wizard, or his profane, undead zombie spawn. People have enough to worry about, and people are oppressed enough, without also having to appease your barbaric Talmudic deity. Please, let it go (or at least keep it to a forum dedicated to the masochistic tenets of X-insanity).

        • bleak says:

          Indeed it is a cruel and wicked master. Why do Christians believe in the God of the OT? Because they were told to believe in it by Rome and “God’s children.”

          Christ came here to bring a “new covenant”

          Who has made us competent to be ministers of a new covenant, not of the letter but of the Spirit. For the letter kills, but the Spirit gives life. -2 Corinthians 3:6

          and told the Jews

          Jesus said unto them, If God were your Father, ye would love me: for I proceeded forth and came from God; neither came I of myself, but he sent me. Why do ye not understand my speech? even because ye cannot hear my word. Ye are of your father the devil [since we’re doing bold now], and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it. And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not. Which of you convinceth me of sin? And if I say the truth, why do ye not believe me? He that is of God heareth God’s words: ye therefore hear them not, because ye are not of God.
          -John 8:42-47

          You don’t have to pray to the “Talmudic diety” (it’s the Torah actually. Septuagint = first five books of the OT is from the Torah). Pray to Christ.

          You have a reaction against Christ because you reject what the Roman Jewish church told you of God. There it ended for you. No further investigation. No “fact checking.”

          That “entity” of the OT exists but it’s not the whole story. “Who knows what horrors…?” Huh ??? Look around you dude. You are in it I would think. A matter of cause and effect.

          • cu.h.j says:

            I agree, the New Testament and the teachings of Jesus Christ are the nuggets from the Bible that contain truth and light. I also like some of the Psalms as well. The book of Mathew which is a small section of the Bible is very uplifting for me.

            • cu.h.j says:

              Some of the NT like the part about women being submissive to their husbands, I disagree with and do not believe Jesus would support this notion. I think that was added in the Bible because of the cultural norms at the time, but Jesus was a revolutionary and never said anything of the sort. To be honest, that part of the NT was off putting for me. Women can be strong leaders and should not be subservient to men just because they are female.

              • bleak says:

                Women were among Jesus’ closest disciples. Mary Magdalene, Martha, Salome and Mary his mother (I may be leaving some out). Some male disciples were jealous of Mary Magdalene because she totally understood Jesus. Also, He was protective of women like in John 8.

                I don’t believe Dan Brown DUHVinci code nonsense about Jesus and Mary Magdalene having children. Whatever their relationship was, it wasn’t ordinary.

            • bleak says:

              I love the Psalms especially the imprecatory ones ie curses.

              Did you know quite a few Psalms are featured in a text that doesn’t come from the “Judeo-Christian” church? It comes straight from Christ to his disciples after the Resurrection and was written down by Thomas and Matthew; his scribes. It’s called Pistis Sophia. Christ taught directly to those closest to him without devices like parables after the Resurrection. It is an authentic manuscript from around 2AD.

              The very first Bible from 144AD called the Marconian Bible did not contain the OT !!! It contains mostly Paulene writings like to Corinthians and a few others.

          • Fact Checker says:

            So what are we mere mortals supposed to be asking “forgiveness” for from this “Christ” guy?

            Does your “God” demand apologetics or not?

            If so, then your “God” is just as bad as the “God” of the Jews, which according to your interpretation of the (de-contextualized) passage above is…the devil?
            All looks like one big grotesque Congress of Monsters to me. You suggest there’s some kind of metaphysical Kaiju! battle going on, but down here it looks like if there is any kind of metaphysical intercession at all, it’s just a tag-team attack and feast on the poor humans by a gang of vicious bloodsucking creatures.

            • cu.h.j says:

              I disagree with your assessment of Jesus. I think that the repenting thing is based on old language. There are certain acts like murder, and being complicit in harming others that are wrong and people can redeem themselves by changing behavior by doing good. For example Stanley Tookie Williams who died on death row was a notorious gang member who was responsible for the deaths of many people. I believe he had redeemed himself, even though he had sinned in this way. Can a murderer be redeemed? I think they can regain their soul, perhaps they die as a punishment but redemption is possible.

              Acts of kindness, forgiveness, love and unselfish acts are exemplified by Jesus Christ. What ever you want to call this goodness, it is nevertheless beautiful. I’m sure you have experienced and felt love, some people call that God. That is not wrong.

              • Fact Checker says:

                The story of “Jesus Christ” is a gory, grotesque tale cooked up by scheming Jews to petrify and horrify dumb goyim and put them in the same suggestible state as the 9ll horror movie and the Convid-1984 sci-fi television series.

                Not sure what your point is, cu. I don’t have anything to “repent” for, or anyone to “repent” to. That’s just weird nonsense onto which people who live with a chronic, neurotic guilt complex like to attach their diffuse feelings of shame.

            • bleak says:

              Wow, you’re all over the place FC. I won’t try to answer your questions because you are not receptive. Why such contempt for Christ? You need to really look at when this began in your life because it is blocking you. I’ve had my share, believe me, and now is the hardest time ever. The answers lay within us and now is the time for dumpster diving if there ever was one. The only thing I can say is there is so much more to the story then what they told you.

              • Fact Checker says:

                Think about this. First, let’s just say I was a wicked, sadistic demiurge, and I had fashioned a torture-chamber world for a bunch of mutant-monkeys that I held captive. Let’s also say that I had a plan to divest the monkeys of their free will, in order to turn them into an army of Cyb-Org puppets that I could then use to mount attacks on other planets, other races, or maybe even other deities. And I wanted to make sure that when I present the monkey masses with a general to lead them in this military campaign against…who- or whatever–they would unquestioningly bow down to the general and follow his commands with religious fervor.
                Let’s say I had about 2,000 years to breed and position this army.
                Well, I would probably start by using my knowing servants (rabbis) to brain-hack the masses with a bizarre, bloody story that would terrorize them and traumatize them. To give them a “prophesy” that is attached with such exquisitely heightened emotionality that they would integrate my chosen narrative into their psyches ineradicably. (This is the same hypnotist’s trick used to sear the must-get-vaxxed impulse into people, to the point where even people who “tested positive” for convid at one point are now irresistibly drawn to getting a third “booster” shot. A traumatically-implanted psychic program is ineradicable.) Then, after the population of the goyim had ballooned to a ripe herd…it’s harvest time.

              • Fact Checker says:


                Now, those billions of goyim are irreversibly programmed to expect a “second coming of The Christ,” and moreover to slavishly obey “The Christ’s” orders. This “Christ” can be a human, a machine, or an electrochemically-induced hallucination that uses bio-digital optogenetic injections and implants to evoke the desired perceptual state in the masses.

                Moreover, this “Christ” can be replaced with another at will, because the masses can just be told, “Whoops! That was the Anti-Christ! Now you’ve gotta follow this guy, and do the opposite of what that last guy forced you to do!” (See the parallels with the moving goalposts and absurd reversals of convid?)

                It’s all a trick on the dumb masses, and always was. And you know how I know that the people that spread the “Christ” story were wicked liars? Because the whole thing is based on the most obvious, transparent, and (frankly) satanic falsehood imaginable: that the “Christ” died but then came back to life. Unnatural resurrection.

                Quite literally, anyone who can be duped into believing such blatant fabulist nonsense can be easily convinced of anything. To entertain such a grotesque falsehood is the deepest abasement of the dignity of free will, and the most vile abnegation of man’s faculty of reason. One must suspend all the powers of perception and understanding man is capable of, and instead to willingly surrender one’s mind to arbitrary beliefs, and to assume the role of a puppet executing arbitrary orders from mystics and rabbis.

                And anyone who would support or spread such wicked lies is acting in service of vile and profane powers. (Hence, my “contempt”.)

              • bleak says:

                Sounds like the makings of a great movie script. You should pound it out (shouldn’t take long, a few days) and see if Netfux will pick it up.

                But what does this have to do with anything?

              • bleak says:

                Nothing comes from nothing. “Nature abhors a vacuum” etc. This is ancient Greek philosophy. A void doesn’t exist. Replace “void” with God and try to imagine a void. There you will find God.

                Anything and everything is possible. Good is possible. Evil is possible. Invisibility is possible. Error is possible. The Savior is possible.

                Jesus of Nazareth is an historical figure so the Savior of Mankind is possible for you.

                Whoever is not with me is against me, and whoever does not gather with me scatters. And so I tell you, every kind of sin and slander can be forgiven, but blasphemy against the [Invisible] Spirit will not be forgiven. Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man will be forgiven, but anyone who speaks against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come. -Matthew 12:30-32

                (A timely aside. Do you see how the anti-Christ Bush traitors did that?)

                An emanation of God who fell in error (Sophia) is not only possible but probable. Look around you. What came from her is the God of the OT. Sophia saw her error and repented.

                We are of that error but we are also of the Sacred that is Christ. It is our choice. Choose wisely, my friend, for we are running out of time.

                I not, please enjoy your horror vacui.

                PS: “Apologetics” does not mean what you think it means.

  27. TimmyTaes says:

    September 14th is the Recall Governor Newsom vote in California. The challenger promises to lift all Covid mandates his first day in office. If Newsom wins, or steals the vote; California is doomed and my wife and I along with it. We are too old and in ill health to move.
    To have our fates tied to some damn stupid vote of and by idiots in a state election is why democracy is a piece of crap!

    • cu.h.j says:

      I believe that people will form community outside of the oppressive system that allow people to survive and even thrive. Reaching out with others is important who do not agree with the Covid-1984 hell we have been thrust into.

      • TimmyTaes says:

        I hope you are right cu.h.j. I see nothing but sheeple here in Sonoma County, CA.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          For over a decade, my brother there in L.A. has been listening on the radio to the Libertarian Larry Elders.
          Do you think he might have a chance, or do you feel the September 14th election will be stolen?

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            For those outside California, here is Larry speaking…

            Conservative California Gov. candidate Larry Elder RIPS into Gavin Newsom during campaign stop
            (15 minutes or less)

            • Steve Smith says:

              I wouldn’t be surprised if Elders gets elected. He is a good distraction. He can be torpedoed later. Meanwhile the genetic modification program continues apace and the agenda is uninterrupted.

              A new branch growing from the same statist root. The same statist root that keeps humanity trapped in a soon to end tragedy..
              Larken Rose calls it “The Most Dangerous Superstition”. That magical thing that causes people to lose their ability to think rationally.

              All I know is that as great a guy as Larry is. He still believes in the system that enslaves the world. And electing another ruler is only going to serve you for the short term.

              Everyone is talking about how to fight this tyranny. Yet so many haven’t even taken the first step by withdrawing their consent to be ruled.

              Authoritarianism, “A strange game. The only winning move is not to play.”

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Steve Smith says:
                All I know is that as great a guy as Larry is. He still believes in the system that enslaves the world. And electing another ruler is only going to serve you for the short term.

                Everyone is talking about how to fight this tyranny. Yet so many haven’t even taken the first step by withdrawing their consent to be ruled.

                Authoritarianism, “A strange game. The only winning move is not to play.”

                I agree, Steve. Larry is not the solution, only a bandade for a bad cut on the Carotid artery.

        • cu.h.j says:

          There are certainly more sheep in CA it seems, especially in Northern CA, but there are sheep everywhere even in conservative areas.

          Some people are so paranoid about a virus that they are willing to sacrifice their freedom and the freedom of others to feel safe. These kinds of people make me sick. They are the kind of people who would turn in their neighbors to police if they see them breaking “the rules”.

          To be completely honest, I have very little sympathy for people like and would gladly live apart from them.

          • Fact Checker says:

            “I have very little sympathy for people like and would gladly live apart from them.”

            They will never leave you alone. They are controlled by the same Master that controls the Departments of Health, the licensing authorities, the Chambers of Commerce, and the Medical-Industrial Complex. They will cheer as you and I are both starved out, or hunted down and dragged off to pseudo-medical gulags for lethal injections.

  28. Thom 9 says:

    I attended the rally in support of frontline nurses in Vancouver this past Wednesday. 10,000 very vocal people walked from Vancouver General Hospital to Vancouver City Hall. I was impressed with the support being shown for our demonstration by people driving by honking horns etc. There is definitely a shift occurring. On the other hand the reactions from the other side (the vaxxed) was harsh. Lots of verbal abuses being hurled at the demonstrators along with a whole bunch of bird flipping. I truly feel sorry for the vaxxed folks as it appears many of them are consciously or perhaps subconsciously aware that they are on the wrong side of history and are lashing out in their inability to cope with their own conflicting emotions.

  29. westerncivic says:

    Yeah… picked up a Sunday Newspaper, the Eugene Register Guard which used to be independent but has been bought by Gannet…

    Yep. That New Zealand terrorist story was there with dude’s scary mug up front for to scare grandma with… lol. 🤦‍♂️

  30. HomeRemedySupply says:

    You’ll miss some very clever word and sentence structure if you don’t watch these first two videos.
    Brought to you by “Conspiracy Castle”

    Alex Stein Speaking to the Mayor of Dallas
    (from January 6, 2021 – 3 minutes)

    DALLAS CITY COUNCIL 08/04/2021
    (3 1/2 minutes)

    Keto to Conspiracy with Ricky Varandas of the Ripple Effect Podcast
    This is listed on Conspiracy Castle’s YouTube videos, from June 13, 2021.
    (I haven’t yet listened to it.)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Here are some other YouTube Channels or links for Alex Stein.

      “Conspiracy Castle”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      — Lack of curiosity, interest or concern —

      A vaccine solicitation center was set-up outside at 2625 Elm St, Dallas, TX in the very popular Deep Ellum area.
      Alex Stein goes and talks with some of the National Guard folks and other Medicos manning the spot.
      Stein discusses the MAGNET Challenge, and tries to show the personnel videos of people having magnets stick to their arms. No one had heard of the phenomena and no one is interested in looking at the videos.
      Later, Alex asks the personnel to tell him what ingredients are in the vaccines. No one can tell him and most stay silent. Alex persists with his questions.

      Alex Stein offers people $5 to do the “vaccine magnet challenge”.
      At the 5 minute mark, he does it with a teenage lady. The magnet sticks. The girl seems surprised and concerned.
      Vaccine Center personnel are just yards away. But no one seems to care, while Alex Stein pleads with them to come see for themselves.
      [You can skip to the 17 mark]

      Fast forward to the 17 minute mark. Alex does the magnet challenge with another person. It sticks to the guy, and the guy’s girlfriend tests the magnet for herself. She was surprised. Stein is yelling at the personnel to come take a look and see for themselves.
      “None of ya’ll care! …What is wrong with ya’ll?! Do you not care about people’s health?!”
      [19 minute mark] Alex Stein chides the Lieutenant because he doesn’t care about public safety. ”You’re a coward Lieutenant.”

      “Alex Stein Investigates Magnet Challenge On Strangers In Front Of Vaccination Site In Dallas”
      (20 minutes)

  31. spider says:

    Passing by a booth that collects money, I was shocked that the person in the booth was forced to wear a mask. I said that they got people out of the loony bin to demand that. The operator said, “and I’m the only one in the booth.” She then, while still holding my change, became sullen and quiet as she finally said, “This is just like back in East Germany.” This event had my emotional nature on full throttle for the rest of the day.

    • lovetodust says:

      This is amazing, spider. This is what I will I will repeat from now on.

      It is chilling. “This is just like back in East Germany.”

      And when people get all goo ga ga over the US government and how they would never hurt people, well, where does one start”

      Central America
      Middle East

      Tuskeegee experiment, thalidomide, DDT and of course many other examples.

      But the one I use most frequently is the one I saw for myself on national tv news back in the early 1960s. A news reel they would NEVER show today…

      United States local Police Officers in a southern state aiming fire hoses and German Shepards at Black United States Citizens. I saw it as a child – I will never forget it.

      I’m not saying the US govt is the worst by any means, but when people say “…they would never….” it’s just not true.

  32. spider says:

    Here in Oregon, the State Police and a firefighter group are suing Gov. Kate Brown for her mandate that all State workers get vaxxed or lose their job.

    Local health care workers protested the mandate from our local hospital last weekend. I wrote a letter to the editor that listed the guidelines that require informed consent, Nuremberg, UN Bioethics, WHO, American Cancer Society. The editor said that my letter was much needed in the opinion page. When the paper came out, I understood her statement better. The fascists had crawled out of the woodwork and spewed hatred and evil towards those that refused the injection. They said such evil as those health workers that refuse the jab should be left to die if they get “Covid”. To this date, my letter is the only voice that supported the protesters.

  33. hugo.c says:

    Hi All,

    I’ve just published a 3000 word article on US foreign policy shickanery from WWII to now but with a focus on the middle east and central asia. Its real topic is overt/covert/hybrid war and propaganda’s part in it.

    20 source links from the Office of the Director of National Security (to quote the 1947 National Security Act) via the Council on Foreign Relations through The Guardian and The Grayzone to our own JC. Thanks James for the links to your work (Vanessa Beeley, William Pepper and Smedley Butler, in this case).

    Do not subscribe. If you like it, share it with your friends, and tell them the same.

    Have fun!

  34. Joseph says:

    I have found another article, this is huge:

    ‘Held to ransom’: Pfizer plays hardball in Covid-19 vaccine negotiations with Latin American countries

    Beginning of the article: “Pfizer has been accused of “bullying” Latin American governments during negotiations to acquire its Covid-19 vaccine, and the company has asked some countries to put up sovereign assets, such as embassy buildings and military bases, as a guarantee against the cost of any future legal cases, according to an investigation by the U.K.-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism.”

  35. Truth seeker says:

    Two events tell me/us that hyperinflation is going to start happening–I’m NOT a financial expert.

    1. Losing Afghanistan. That was planned by the real leaders–CFR members. Countries will lose faith in USSA reserve currency so an Alzheimer’s prez (Biden) will take the blame–not the deep state/CFR.
    “The people in charge of the current Afghan situation are also members of the CFR. The following is a brief list of those involved:

    CIA Director William J. Burns;
    Deputy CIA Director David S. Cohen;
    Secretary of Defense Gen. Lloyd J. Austin, III;
    Assistant Secretary of Defense Kathleen H. Hicks;
    Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken; and
    Under Secretary of State Wendy R. Sherman.”

    2. Biden orders declassification of 911 with Saudi’s ties to 911. The USSA dollar is the petrodollar. Oil sales from countries like SA is tied to the dollar’s strength. So the Saudi patsies who “did” 911 will take the blame for 911. As we know, the deep state did 911. How did these patsies take down building 7–no plane hit it. So by blaming SA, will sever this relationship with them and be blamed for the dollar’s loss of value.–possible-saudi.html

  36. Gill Bates says:

    Hey everyone, lets tell the Australian music industry exactly how we feel about their forceful tactics…….. Please send them as many “Registrations” as you can so we can pull this crap down.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I filled out my registration under my full name “Spike Lover”. It is easy to do since I share the New South Wales police department phone number. In the comment box, I explained that I wanted to dance better and thus needed the Vax so I could develop autoimmune diseases and spastic nervous disorders. I went on thanking them for not being bought and funded by corporations, Big Pharma, and government tyrants who are the enemies of the people and liberty.

  37. Gill Bates says:

    Also just incase no one has seen the Cayman Chemical company document which has a rundown of our friend 1,2-Distearoyl-sn-glycero-3 as seen in the recently released Pfizzle buster mega goo soup. provided kindly from:

    Check out the safety data sheet…..Mmmmmmm yummy my fav…..With hits like:

    Information on The toxicological effects of this product have not been thoroughly studied.


    Relevant identified uses: For research use only, not for human or veterinary use.

    la la lalala sing a happy song.

  38. Hi all,
    Though I have been checking The Corbett Report for years now, i do not believe I ever participated on this website. But I found a little 911/COVID link, that I have to share, since I never knew this before myself. But it speaks volumes, and perhaps you have not heared of this before too.

    It is an article from 2016 by Klaus Schwab in Fortune. In it he tells he was supposed to be at ground zero on 911, but by sheer luck he wasn’t. Go figure… Did he pull a “Silverstein” here?

    “On September 10 2001 my wife and I arrived in New York as I was to receive the Candlelight award from then-UN-Secretary-General Kofi Annan. That night we had a very inspiring conversation with Annan and many members and partners of the World Economic Forum.

    That next morning, September 11, I was planning to attend a meeting with newspaper editors directly across from the twin towers. For sheer coincidence, the meeting was rescheduled and I was on my way to the Upper East Side instead.”

  39. Ukdavec says:

    Latest from Hedge Fund Manager Tim Price – not views totally shared by myself – but posted for info.

    “Perhaps you find the Chinese PsyOps theory of Coronavirus and lockdown implausible. We did, at first – probably out of a stubbornly patriotic sense that our politicians, our public sector and our mainstream media simply couldn’t be that malleable to foreign propaganda. But the facts in Michael Senger’s timeline – all of which are sourced and accredited – are indisputable.”

  40. HomeRemedySupply says:

    With the Canadian election campaign, Justin Trudeau has gained popularity. People are showering him with pebbles of love.

    Tuesday September 7th – Zero Hedge
    Justin Trudeau Pelted By Rocks At Campaign Event
    [From different angles, a few short VIDEOS]

    …The incident took place in London, Ontario – with the Canadian leader later confirming he believes he was hit on the shoulder. The inbound objects were widely described as “small rocks”.

    Video shows him being pushed onto a bus by his aides to escape a large and unruly group of protesters angry at his vaccine mandate policies, which include required Covid vaccines for all workers in federally regulated industries, as well as for any citizen to travel by rail, public bus, or commercial flight…

    …According to the BBC, Trudeau’s recent political rally stops have been marred by unusually aggressive crowds protesting Canada’s stringent Covid vaccine and prior lockdown policies. “Mr Trudeau called a snap election in mid-August, in the hope of gaining a majority government for his left-of-centre Liberal party. But his campaign has been disrupted by demonstrations against Covid-19 vaccine mandates and other restrictions,” the report says.

    “Just over a week ago, the prime minister was forced to cancel an election rally after a crowd of angry protesters ambushed the event,” BBC continues.

    Other political leaders condemned what they called “political violence” and an alarming atmosphere of “intimidation, harassment, and violence.” This despite the rocks appearing so small in size as to likely not able to hurt anyone….

    —- Maybe at future events like this, the freedom lovers will pass out bags of peanuts to the audience… …then Trudeau might be assaulted by a bunch of nuts. I can dig it.

    • nosoapradio says:

      In France protesters and covid skeptics are also portrayed as violent extremist ignoramuses:

      Doctors threatened with death: “There are people heated to the point of death”, testifies Dr. Jérôme Marty who fears a change of heart
      G.D. 18 hours ago

      The health crisis has exacerbated tensions and some doctors and scientists have become a target for some people who accuse them of deliberately poisoning the French…

      …In the wake of numerous protests against the health pass, several people have attacked some pro-vaccination doctors, infectious diseases specialists or epidemiologists.

      Today, he fears that this umpteenth outburst will push someone to take action and commit an irreparable act, as more or less violent acts have already been directed at health professionals during the pandemic and at vaccination centers.

      “We have a video of a scientist discussing the best way to torture doctors who vaccinate”
      “For months and months we have been receiving threats: ‘we know where you live, we will come to your house, we will hang you’. Now we are afraid of an act. There are people who are heated up and who could take action because they are heated up because they believe what they are told,” says Jérôme Marty.

      “We have people who are doctors who tell them that elderly people have been murdered with Rivotril in retirement homes. The person who says this is a deputy, Martine Woenner, who tells them that ‘governments have always judged and condemned their murderers’. We have Louis Fouché who says that vaccinating the elderly is genocide. We have a video of a scientist Astrid Stuckelberger discussing the best way to torture doctors who vaccinate. And all this in public!” he adds.

      He fears that a “somewhat fragile” public may take literally that the doctors are assassins, partners in a global conspiracy, and that this public takes action.

      To avoid any drama, Jérôme Marty asks for the application of the article 40 of the code of penal procedure which “imposes the obligation for any constituted authority, any public officer or civil servant in the exercise of their function to announce crimes or offences of which he has knowledge”.

      And to quote an American investigation which would explain that 60 million ‘fake news’ would emanate from 12 persons: “We know in France and in Switzerland who spreads all these false information. And we do nothing and we are left, designated, obliged to have scientists and doctors are obliged to have personal protections all this because they spread science, “denounces the practitioner.

    • nosoapradio says:

      Y’know, technically peanuts aren’t nuts.
      Are you saying Trudeau might be assaulted by a bunch a goobers?

    • roberta says:

      im in the london area so damn proud of those people but next time use bricks !

    • nosoapradio says:

      Still more French demonizing of “anti-vaccine Covid” activists…

      Covid-19: Attal promises “absolute firmness” against attackers of caregivers
      The Editor with AFP 2 hours ago

      The government “will not let anything pass” of the acts of anti-vaccine Covid [proponents] who go as far as assaulting caregivers and will be towards them of “an absolute firmness”, assured Wednesday its spokesman Gabriel Attal…

      …They have in common to have publicly explained the interest of the mask or vaccines and/or to have criticized the studies of Didier Raoult on hydroxychloroquine. In Marseille, the director general of the AP-HM, François Crémieux, said on Tuesday that he had filed a complaint after the discovery, on the sidelines of the demonstration against the health pass on Saturday, of insulting and threatening tags aimed at him at the foot of the building where a homonym lives.

      So we learn from this edifying article that not only are the “anti-vaccine Covid” activists nasty, but they’re idiots to boot, incapable as they are of leaving their threats and hate speech at the right door…

  41. HomeRemedySupply says:

    7 September
    Third Person Dies In Japan After Receiving Tainted Moderna Vaccine

    A 49-year-old man has become the third person to die in Japan after receiving the Moderna vaccine from a contaminated batch.

  42. Ruby says:

    Hello esteemed research community! Can someone help me find the video in which JC gave the assignment to locate a video (I believe it was a video?) and talked about researching online. It was some time ago, not the most recent work on research. Thanks!!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Hi Ruby,
      I bet this is what your are looking for…

      Can You Find This Video?

      I remembered it (“locate a video”), but I couldn’t remember how far back it was, nor the exact title.
      Here is what I did to find it:

      First I went to Corbett’s VIDEOS menu and went through some pages for one minute. Then tried his Search Bar, but did not know the exact title. A few seconds.

      Then I opened a browser with Google as my Search Engine.
      Typed in: “corbettreport can you locate video”.
      It popped right up at the top of the search results.

      I sometimes use Google in this way to try to locate a previous comment by someone about a certain topic. Then use my “CTRL & F” keys to search the page on that Corbett comment thread.

      • Ruby says:

        Thank you, @HomeRemedySupply !!
        And speaking of using GooGoo, and searches in general, maybe you could point me in the direction of an up-to-date review of the state of search and the various ways it gets throttled. I can still remember the golden age of search, when you would get what you were looking for. It’s so complex now, and I’m trying to break it down into categories, like censorship, advertising/SEO, personalization, location, etc. The big picture of how it’s currently operating, and how the various engines may differ from each other.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Hey Ruby,
        Glad that was the Corbett Episode that you were looking for.
        Actually, I am not that knowledgeable about searches, browsers and other stuff.

        However, a lot of other Corbett Report Members really know the tune.
        Maybe they can give some pointers…

        Corbett Members,
        Need Help, Advice, Links, Corbett Episodes, etc. about

  43. nosoapradio says:

    Thought this little seemingly innocuous article had interesting implications:

    Coronavirus in Doubs: A customer turned away from a restaurant after his third dose of vaccine

    His health pass, valid until now, was not recognized

    INCOMPREHENSION – His health pass, valid until then, was not recognized
    A customer of a restaurant in the Doubs region of France experienced a strange mishap during the control of his health pass. This septuagenarian thought he was perfectly in order. He had just been injected with his third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. Except that he was refused access to his table, reports L’Est Républicain.

    So what happened? The QR code of his health pass, until then recognized, was not this time. The fault may be a computer bug. Or maybe because the application was not yet up to date at the beginning of the weekend, says the regional daily.

    This time it’s just a restaurant reservation but it could have been something more vitally important. Or maybe they discovered he’s a Corbett Report subscriber…?

    • mkey says:

      Maybe the “vaccination” status was supposed to be a booelan, they added a 1 and caused an overflow.

      • nosoapradio says:

        that was almost exactly my own analysis!!

        The boo + lean == boo + ster


        The boo + lean != boo + ster + boo + ster


        with boo + lean and boo + ster == dinner


        boo + lean + boo + ster + boo + ster != dinner


        boo + lean + boo + ster + boo + ster == overflow

        and or

        automatic termination of both booster subject and boolean app


        In other words the technocrats obviously assume that 3rd injection = termination of the old man and his dinner reservation!


  44. EngineeredPhilosopher says:

    Anybody seen the movie Gattaca lately? This must be T.H.E. film about which the eugenicists wet their pants. It makes one wonder where the money elite does get its scripts from…

    • nosoapradio says:

      Gattaca was precisely what came to mind looking at the new bio-tech and facial recognition systems for checking health passes etc when entering public transport and restaurants in Singapore and Buenos Aires. Seems we’re moving quickly in that direction. The film’s slogan:

      There is no gene for the human spirit

  45. roberta says:

    anyone can reccommend how i can get this idiot DR (lol) isaac bogoch in ontario canada , guys super vaccine pusher and lockdown advocate ,
    when i emailed him about the drug companies who have vaccines funding his university i was called a Trumper and racist . when i emailed CTV ethics email address i heard nothing .

    or this guy a lost cause? thanks !

  46. SomeoneInGermany says:

    Deutschsprachiges Forum für Leute, die ihre Eier gefunden haben:

  47. mkey says:

    Honest Government Ad | Carbon Capture and Storage

  48. westerncivic says:

    Having a late breakfast on Labor Day at a pub with a tv when an ad comes on offering discounted insurance rates if you sign up for constant location tracking…

    …selling it as an emergency savior… we’ll know immediately if you’ve been in an accident! 🤦‍♂️

    …and then a commercial for “Navauge” came on, to which I basically did a spit take. Lol.

  49. westerncivic says:

    Were American Yellow Vests instrumental in getting the Portland Jimmy Dore shows canceled due to fascist “proof of vaccination” requirements?

    • Iris.L says:

      Probably. As a former “leftist” I still talked to many of them on Twitter until they went full authoritarian. Left legit think supporting fascist stuff like vaccine passports and mandates is being anti fascist. The US Left is suffering from propaganda endured 1984 double think.

      • westerncivic says:

        Oui. The French left is in much better shape as to consciousness of current events. But also, the real American left is waking up.

        Neolibs not so much. But real folks on the ground at protests over George Floyd etc. are waking up. And its extremely gratifying.

        • nosoapradio says:

          The French left is in much better shape as to consciousness of current events

          Well… dunno… The Mélenchonistes and stylish “Bo-bo leftists” in my entourage definitely are not “conscious” of what’s going on and even loudly proclaim the necessity of getting injected as an expression of social conscience and civic responsibility…

          I understand that from your Yellow Vest perspective you would have that analysis of the situation but…

          I’m not sure this is a partisan thing… Come to think of it I don’t even think it’s an age thing… Maybe a class thing? I think it’s the more you’re invested in or generally satisfied with the prevailing paradigm, the less likely you are to question the narrative and mandates, whether you’re from the fashionable left or the conservative right or even from the younger or older generations. Hesitant people rationalize their way into getting injected in order to continue with that super job, super trip, to continue paying for that super apartment, going to that super restaurant or theater etc…

          I have two younger students representing both ends of the political spectrum along with an older secretary of one of my CEO students who told me that, though they weren’t in the streets protesting, (to avoid additional socio-professional harassment) they were against the so-called vaccines and would continue to try to resist them despite the professional pressure they’re under. My other students are all pro-injection and even largely for the so-called “health pass”. At least that’s what they tell themselves and me.

          Months ago I was surprised when an Algerian student told me that Algeria was already requiring vaccination for anyone at all wishing to enter the country so she would have to forego visiting family. Then I remembered who was first on the members list (alphabetical order of course) of the BIS wiki page…

          anyhow… just early morning musings… hamsterwheel now beckons…

          • westerncivic says:

            Yes… those who still identify with a politician certainly have not caught the yellow vest wave…

            Thank you for this analysis; my perspective is limited now to the western U.S., hearing from GJ friends usually only by text. Also, though my comprehension has improved significantly (I can speak Spanish), I cannot speak French in any serious way.

            I hope to continue to hear what you’re seeing as we carry on. Merci.

  50. westerncivic says:

    Vaccine mandates appear to be an explicit violation of Oregon Constitution Article 1, section 20.

  51. westerncivic says:

    Is anyone else having trouble signing into with the mobile Brave browser?

  52. westerncivic says:

    American Yellow Vests protest inagural 2021 Oregon Ducks football game on #4Septembre for their vaccine and mask requirements contrary to universally recognized human rights and Oregon Constitution Article 1 section 20, and in solidarity with France, and ARE MANHANDLED BY THE EUGENE POLICE DEPARTMENT…

    • westerncivic says:

      In retrospect, we were soft in our rhetoric/commentary on the 4th of September…

      But we were just trying to crack the wall with basic common sense.

      Ducks are ranked #3 in college football now.

  53. HomeRemedySupply says:

    singing like a Princess in a Disney movie…

    The Little Charade – Far From This World
    (3 minutes)

    I’m not sure, but her song might be a renditional related to music of “Jodi Benson – Part of Your World” (From “The Little Mermaid”) Disney

  54. Mielia says:

    “…the truckie blockade that wasn’t.”
    as expected I would say.

    I remembered similar kinds of videos from the US in 2019 or so – that was all totally nothing too.
    If there are strikes, not announced with such videos (e.g. actual tractor processions in central europe, netherlands, germany etc., I believe 2019 it was).

  55. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Celeste McGovern and ReallyGraceful are both cited in this article (which has a 7 minute video).

    September 6 – Health Impact News
    Besides Fetal Deaths, Breastfeeding Babies are Dying and becoming Sick following Mothers’ COVID Shots

    Here is one excerpt anecdote from Celeste’s article, but there is a lot presented in the link above.

    …In the report to the vaccine adverse event system, she questioned the role of the vaccine in her baby’s death. “I am curious if the spike protein could have gone through the breast milk and caused an inflammatory response in my child. They say Kawasaki disease presents very similarly to the Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome in children that they are seeing in post Covid infections,” she said.

    “However, if they know that antibodies go through the breastmilk as a good thing, then why wouldn’t the spike protein also go through the breastmilk and potentially cause problems.”…

  56. westerncivic says:

    So… what type of innoculation (ha ha ha) is this Biden 9/11 papers declassification release???

    And what type of forced innoculations are on his mind for tomorrow???

  57. Steve Smith says:

    I remember a world like the one Dr. Coleman describes.
    Doctors were respected. So were cops.
    Strange days indeed.


  58. HomeRemedySupply says:

    GSE – Grapefruit Seed Extract

    In a short Tuesday Sep 7, 2021 article at LifeSiteNews, Grapefruit Seed Extract was mentioned.
    Could a simple nasal spray be the answer to COVID-19?

    The article mentions two types of nasal spray approaches:
    A nasal spray containing nitric oxide, and then a spray containing grapefruit seed extract and xylitol (Xlear).
    Here is the Xclear product for cold and flu season…
    Xclear Rescue Xylitol and Saline Nasal Spray with Essential Oils
    These two links talk about a study:

    The Grapefruit Seed Extract topic drew my attention. In fact, I used a few drops last night for a mouth rinse.
    Over the decades, I have had a lot of anecdotal experience regarding (GSE) Grapefruit Seed Extract, especially for food poisoning type issues or inhibiting bacterial growth.
    See these stories…

  59. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Tuesday September 7, 2021 – Yahoo News
    Medical journals warn climate change will cause ‘catastrophic harm to health’

    More than 200 of the world’s leading health journals banded together over the weekend to release a joint statement imploring global leaders to cut greenhouse gas emissions to mitigate climate change, which they say is the greatest threat to public health.

    Published Saturday in the Lancet, the British Medical Journal, the New England Journal of Medicine, the Medical Journal of Australia, the Chinese Science Bulletin and the National Medical Journal of India, among other publications, the statement warns that the continued buildup of greenhouse gases in the earth’s atmosphere will lead to “catastrophic harm to health that will be impossible to reverse.”

    “Health is already being harmed by global temperature increases and the destruction of the natural world, a state of affairs health professionals have been bringing attention to for decades,” the joint statement reads. “The science is unequivocal: a global increase of 1.5° C above the pre-industrial average and the continued loss of biodiversity risk catastrophic harm to health that will be impossible to reverse. Despite the world’s necessary preoccupation with Covid-19, we cannot wait for the pandemic to pass to rapidly reduce emissions.”

    The joint statement comes a little over a month before the representatives of world governments are scheduled to converge in Glasgow, Scotland, for the United Nations climate summit known as COP26.

    “Ahead of these pivotal meetings, we — the editors of health journals worldwide — call for urgent action to keep average global temperature increases below 1.5° C, halt the destruction of nature, and protect health,” the joint statement says….
    Corbett had a couple recent articles about this coming agenda.

    • mkey says:

      Good thing the pandemic ™ is treated exactly the same as they would have liked to treat climatechnage ™.

      Joint statement? Best case scenario, these people are smoking crack.

  60. anas.a says:

    Fusion gets closer with successful test of new kind of magnet at MIT start-up backed by Bill Gates (and Bezos, Branson, etc):

    What do your spidey-senses tell you about this one, boys and girls?

  61. Matt 60 says:

    At some point I thought I have heard James talk about working towards a few collective efforts that I am not seeing One was something like an archivist collective of material that is under threat for removal on the net as well as physical media, such as books. Maybe less spelled out was a collective discussion or or open sourced tutorials on the digital skills needed to create locally produced media In the mix with this was also the modalities of local media and communication lines such as ham and short wave radio, locally based podcasts etc

    Am I missing this, or is it just still developing?

  62. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Wednesday Sept 8, 2021 – Zero Hedge
    Australia Is Now Confiscating Booze Delivered To People Forced Into Lockdown
    … Aussies are now having their booze confiscated in the name of ‘health monitoring’…

    …”Residents in apartment blocks locked-down by NSW Health are having their alcohol deliveries policed as part of a policy to limit the number of drinks being consumed each day,” according to ~~WWW

    Residents of one particular building have accused authorities of doing random searches of their private mail and care packages sent by family members and friends. “They are searching all bags and things coming into the building… They confiscated a series of gifts,” one resident of Mission Australia’s Common Ground building in Camperdown said. “So things like bottles of spirits, we weren’t allowed to have those and we still (aren’t).”

    The complaints came after NSW Health took control of select apartment buildings ostensibly in order to monitor and limit the spread of the coronavirus, which means in some cases where infections have been found, all residents were forced into isolation. These buildings are deemed under strict lockdown and have a police presence around them, apparently even intercepting mail.

    A statement in national media confirmed that health authorities are enforcing the following restrictions:
    ~~ Residents are allowed to receive a ration of one of the following: six beers or pre-mixed drinks, one bottle of wine, or one 375ml bottle of spirits.
    ~~ Excess alcohol is being confiscated until lockdown rules are lifted.

    Throughout most of the pandemic pubs in large cities like Sydney have remained close, along with other public venues like gyms, hairdressers, and restaurants….

  63. darrell says:

    There’s hardly time left to include in your 20th Anniversary 911 podcast, but the laws of physics (and common sense even) prove that thin aluminum planes, and a fortiori their fragile wings, can’t go through thick steel and concrete with no deceleration, like a hot knife through butter. They explode into lots of little pieces which end up all over the place on the ground. There’s even the several frames (before being blacked out) showing what’s been dubbed “Pinocchio’s Nose” intact coming out the far side of the building. Holograms and crisis actors. (chewtube has deleted many of the videos there, understandably).

    Quotable: “Beer cans don’t go through steel and concrete” (Elderly blue collar gent with much more practical than book knowledge, watching a plane disappear into the WTC)

  64. robster says:

    Great vid of Dr. Bailey on Koch’s Postulates:

    Don’t let the virologists with their ever-changing narrative fool you with their lengthy and complex jargon.

  65. nosoapradio says:

    Haven’t had time to really read this yet but thought it might interest Corbett report subscribers:

    How universal basic capital can help China achieve its ‘common prosperity’ goals

    Given China’s economic success, it can use its huge surpluses to create a fund that provides dividends from capital gains on its investments to every family
    Families could draw on their accumulated wealth for their own needs, from housing to medical care and education, or even to start a business

    Nicolas Berggruen
    and Nathan Gardels
    Published: 9:15am, 9 Sep, 2021

    …As China embarks on what President Xi Jinping calls the “third distribution” along the path to reaching “common prosperity” and “socialist modernisation by 2035”, it might want to consider the idea of pre-distribution of wealth through universal basic capital. This would modernise the socialist market economy by spreading wealth more fairly…

    …Instead of the benefits of that success flowing only to the shareholders of Alibaba or Tencent, for example, why not spread the equity around to everyone through a common prosperity fund that would provide dividends from capital gains on its investments to every family?…”

  66. Valhalla Awaits says:

    If you’re looking for a new job in Canada, check it out!

    You can help design the future of currencies 🙂

  67. robert.t says:

    One simple point re Australia.

    People wonder why the hoaxing and controls have been so bad here. The answer may be just that it has been winter in Australia. In winter it’s easier to lockdown and easier to merge the usual seasonal respiratory deaths with COVID fakery.

    Can it be as simple as that? If true, this means that the same treatment is coming for the Northern Hemisphere. Maybe the state and its sludge media will start congratulating and rewarding Australians for their “Aussie mateship” as the weather warms south of Capricorn. Maybe we’ll be held up as an example of tough love as the clamps are tightened north of Cancer.

    Don’t mean to be gloomy, but we should put nothing past the globster elites. Our controllers are self-haters racked by insecurity and boredom. They cannot stop. Like sharks, they sink if they stop.

    We have to stop them.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      You might be right about North America following Australia’s lead.

      Evidently, President Biden will deliver remarks tonight (Thursday Sept 9th) on a new, tougher game-plan for COVID.

  68. HomeRemedySupply says:

    August 12, 2021 – “Some Bitch Told Me”
    Cite your sources or GTFO

    Dr. Pia Myers Laughs While Discussing Pediatric Hospitalization on CBS
    [GTFO stands for “Get the f*** out”]

    There is a 2 minute VIDEO in the article. Don’t miss it.

    I also encourage folks to look at “About L & FAQ”.

  69. HomeRemedySupply says:

    September 9th – The Blaze
    Students as young as 12 would have to be fully vaccinated by January to go on campus at America’s second-largest school district — if proposal passes

    FULL article
    Los Angeles public school students as young as 12 years of age would have to be fully vaccinated by January to go on campus if a school board proposal passes Thursday, the Los Angeles Times reported. [LINK]

    The paper said the proposal is expected to be adopted since most board members have indicated their support — and would “catapult the L.A. Unified School District into the forefront of school systems nationwide with the most sweeping and aggressive safety measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.”
    What are the details?

    The Times said the proposal from the second-largest school district in America would first affect athletes — and that those who are 12 or older would be required to receive a first vaccine dose no later than Oct. 3 and a second dose no later than Oct. 31.

  70. hugo.c says:

    Dear community,

    Six months ago I called my joy of the Subtitle of an article. Ha! I’ve been post-face augmenting with music; a cultural hit.

    Mmmmmm. It is a joy. I’ve back filled to make sure that a diverse arrangement of musical fun sits at the bottom of each article.

    Have fun. Enjoy music. etc.

    Geopolitical analysts? JC’s in there, but the song!

    The sound engineer’s work on the base is sublime.

  71. Ukdavec says:

    The Truth About Renewables – from Investment firm Goehring and Rozencwajg.

    Many of the most popular solutions being proposed to solve our planet’s CO2 problem will be difficult, if not impossible, to accomplish. In this video, managing partners Leigh Goehring and Adam Rozencwajg discuss:

    Flawed assumptions around future energy demand and CO2 emissions
    Evolving emerging market energy consumption
    Drawbacks of wind and solar power
    The hydrogen energy craze
    Realistic solutions to the CO2 dilemma, including nuclear power

    18 minutes well spent

  72. Joseph says:

    Here is a nice video stating that vaccines do not prevent transmission and some other facts:

    The Unscientific Foolishness of ‘Vaccine’ Mandates | Dr. Christina Parks’ Testimony for Michigan HB4471

  73. Fact Checker says:

    Wow. Biden announces full Mark of the Beast: Submit or Starve for the U.S., and it’s crickets in the Corbettariat.

    I guess we can all look forward to watching brand new compilations of dusty old 9ll footage while subsisting on cat food and waiting for the Department of Biohazard Disposal to come put us out of our misery.

    Good, Good times.

  74. robert.t says:

    I’ve been wondering what that hinted climate event for late 2021 might be. Certainly, burning Australia is always a good punt. The north east is now entering its fire season while the south can burn massively in the right summer conditions. The banning or stifling of sensible controls favours disaster. However, conditions are not optimal this year and the fire thing has been done and done.

    For a single dramatic event, what about an attack on an ice cap? The Arctic is having its September minimum right now and should remain vulnerable to some sort of explosion or destabilisation technology. Think of the media! Think of the ISS giving us the footage from, er, space! Think of the Greta!

    Just a thought. We are dealing with total nutters, after all.

  75. nosoapradio says:

    rolling out technocratic tyranny one human rights violation at a time…:

    “We’ve been patient, but our patience is wearing thin,” Biden said, making a direct appeal to the 80 million people who he said were still unvaccinated. “Your refusal has cost all of us.”

    Biden also announced that he asked the Department of Labor to issue an emergency rule requiring all employers with 100 or more employees to ensure their workforce is fully vaccinated or require any unvaccinated workers to produce a negative Covid test at least once a week. The requirement could carry a $14,000 fine per violation and would affect two-thirds of the country’s workforce, a senior administration official said…”

    now back to the hamsterwheel…

  76. paul6 says:

    Maybe there in fact is/was a Truckie blockade:

    In the video there are images and descriptions about Truckie actions in Australia.

    The media lockdown regarding that seems almost complete, though.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Hi Paul,
      Yea, I saw that article also.
      There was some Australian Truckie and People and Legislature Activism during that last week of August.
      But it fizzled out fast. It wasn’t a bonfire by any means.

      SUB-THREAD to Truckie Blockade
      This starts at the bottom of the Sub-Thread which gives a summary of the net result of the truckie blockade, but as one climbs the sub-thread a person can see various activism actions.

  77. paul6 says:

    Here is a very interesting/important discussion about the safety or rather dangers of the so called gene delivery “vaccines” (mRNA and virus vector):

    Dark Horse Podcast
    “How to save the world, in three easy steps”, 11 June 2021
    with Dr Robert Malone and Steve Kirsch

    Inventor of mRNA Technology: Vaccine Causes Lipid Nanoparticles to Accumulate in ‘High Concentrations’ in Ovaries

    On the “Dark Horse Podcast,” Dr. Robert Malone, creator of mRNA vaccine technology, said the COVID vaccine lipid nanoparticles — which tell the body to produce the spike protein — leave the injection site and accumulate in organs and tissues.

    Full video:,-in-three-easy-steps—Bret-Weinstein,-Robert-Malone,-Steve-Kirsch:d

    Alternative video:

  78. paul6 says:

    Also very interesting:

    Perspectives on the pandemic, Ep. 21 – Dr Robert Malone
    on the suppression of reports on “adverse events” and the gaslighting of patients.

    Perspectives on the pandemic, Ep. 19 – Peter McCullough
    on the suppression of treatments of CoViD-19, particularly Hydroxychloroquine.

  79. Torus says:

    A hard rejction of Biden’s vaccine mandate by The Daily Wire (3min)

    Ends with a call for other business to the same.

    !!!!!! NON-COMPLIANCE is the answer to tyranny !!!!!!

  80. Torus says:

    With these Biden announcements, it’s what’s NOT being talked about that disturbs me more than the vaccine mandates: sending out more surge response teams composed of members from the DoD, HHS, and FEMA to assist with outbreak investigations, “strike teams”. Here come the FEMA camps. Pasaki said there are more announcements to come in the weeks ahead, to build on the administration’s agenda.

    Biden also used the phrase “arsenal of vaccines” being sent to other countries. The insinuation of a bio-weapon is almost blatant.
    There’s also the increased random in school testing for students and staff. Invasion of privacy.
    An increase in the federal loan amounts available to small businesses. Get them in debt then force the default with more restrictions.

    The Media will only focus on the mandating of vaccines and his saying “this is not about freedom or personal choice” but there is more going on here, and more to come. The NWO is getting more brazen by the day!

  81. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Here is some STUFF…

    New York City Demonstration – 4 pm on Monday September 13th
    Protest against vaccine mandates and passports

    This upcoming NYC demonstration was also featured on Episode 232: THE GREATER THREAT of The Highwire with Del Bigtree on Thursday September 9th. Around the 48 minute mark, the September 13th New York City protest is discussed. Prior, the Highwire covered the camps in Australia, the France protests, and also the Sacramento, California demonstration of September the 8th
    EVENTS in California and other stuff (videos) –
    Here is that Highwire Episode –
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~
    — SAN DIEGO —
    Remember the long, long line of freedom-loving speakers at the San Diego Board of Supervisors which took 4 ½ hours to complete! People despised the tyrant Chair Nathan Fletcher. In case you forgot about that, here is a little Heavy Metal Remix rendition of one of the speakers, along with a link to the full venue video.

    In this age of insanity, it is probably no surprise that…
    San Diego Declares COVID Misinformation a Public Health Crisis
    ” and the County of San Diego should commit to combating health misinformation and curb the spread of falsehoods that threaten the health and safety of our residents.”
    But wait…there’s more… …more insanity at this link.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    You won’t believe your eyes!
    WELCOME TO AMERICA – Please live in Philadelphia
    (2 minutes)

    NoSoapRadio mentioned this fentanyl problem recently.
    Major US Cities Are Becoming Fentanyl-Infested Cesspools As Millions Plunge Into Hopelessness, Despair
    by Michael Snyder
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Australian Health Official Shocks Sydney With “New World Order” Comment

    Amazing Polly documents a Pro-Freedom rally and talk to regular citizens in Ontario, Canada who are standing up against medical mandates. An agent provocateur gets shunned by the crowd, & more.

  82. jo-ann says:

    Has anyone checked out the American Policy Center ( The site offers training in how to effectively engage with local officials and create or join local Freedom Pods.

    On another topic: Recommend folks listen to a compelling interview of Justin Murphy on Free Man Beyond the Wall podcast (episode 628). Justin explains how we need to start establishing new economic systems at the local level so the more successful models can eventually develop to the point they can usurp the WEF’s technocratic model when it eventually collapses.

  83. nosoapradio says:

    One of my students this morning just explained to me that after the English class she was going to go help an old woman who called her this morning:

    The old woman wants to get out of her apartment and do some much needed food shopping.

    The old woman told her that it’s almost September 15th and that the nurses who used to come and help her do things like go out and do food shopping, take a bath etc. have resigned because they don’t want to get vaccinated…

    She said that she had no news, no calls from anyone, neither the nurses nor the health services, explaining anything. No news at all. She waited and after a week she finally said she had no choice but to call my student, a neighbor.

    I realized that soon the deaths of old people abandoned in their homes will start making the headlines

    and who will they say is to blame? The state that forces its health workers to be injected with experimental tech??

    • mkey says:

      All of these events are playing into their hand beautifully. More chaos, division, suffering and death. The society may collapse over it and, when brought back up, it’s probably going to be due to all the worst reasons.

    • jo-ann says:

      Thank you for this story. It illustrates both human kindness (neighbor helping neighbor) and the need for us all to have viable community relationships.

      I suspect that with government-imposed social distancing (reduced gatherings of social organizations) and repeated divisive, anti-“other” messaging, some folks might find it difficult to maintain or build new relationships with people living nearby. Especially those without family.

      Maybe one action we can all take is to get to know our neighbors better and periodically check in on them, if appropriate, to see if they need help. Maybe create a church or school project to undertake this on a community basis. Let’s build the systems to replace the government agencies.

  84. neves says:

    Do you guys remember that short video Corbett did making fun of the official 9/11 story? I can’t remember it’s title or where to find it. Can anyone help pls?

  85. FlyingAxblade says:

    Strawberry Fields Forever

    This is my next step:

    Garner, NC requires a daily license to hold a sign begging…I think 10$ for as many users as you want, so we take turns.

    Next: have sign, no cost, “Free Jab”, holding Push Pin, with my Rottweiler. “Poke my dog”.

    Who’d do that? Scarf (been on Corbett twice, with name Zoey/CS Lewis) is a doll of “ehhhh?” But I live in a balk community and they he is a BIG DOG…although everyone knows him, as the laying down dog in front of the grocery.

    Am I drawing line in sand or gravel?

  86. herrqlys says:

    This is an open thread so I can share my odd thoughts 🙂

    I think the songwriters for group that sang the lyrics “It’s a strange, strange world we live in, Master Jack” (1968) were both observant and prescient.

    The lyrics may not have foretold of the suffication of household finances and the sub-prime mortgage debacle some 40 years later, but I think the following lines fit the banking mentality:

    You took a colored ribbon from out of the sky …(money out of thin air)
    And taught me how to use it as the years went by …(explosion of consumer debt)
    To tie up all your problems and make them look neat …(securitized sub-prime mortgages)
    And then to sell them to the people in the street …(as junk bonds)

  87. herrqlys says:

    Okay, here’s another subject I’m partial about: why do so many municipalities add the neurotoxin fluoride to the water supply?

    This link below provides a really good history of water fluoridation and how it came into being. I can understand the corporate attempt at profit-taking by supplying an industrial waste product (even if it’s a proven neurotoxin) to municipalities, and the subsequent attempts to legitimize the whole process so as to avoid class-action lawsuits. Having a very sceptical mindset which has helped form a strong anti-globalism bias, I wonder if there isn’t more to this than some rather obvious corporate duplicity.

  88. herrqlys says:

    I’m obviously inbetween my usual activities because I wanted to share one more thought before resuming normal programming 🙂

    In the late 1980’s my eldest son started elementary school. It was then that I discovered that dinosaurs were the hot subject in schools. I didn’t reflect too much upon this at the time, eventhough it seemed to be a bit of a leap for conventional education, but this was no fad because it kept on going and going — sort of the Energizer Bunny of childhood learning.

    In the early 1990s two educational initiatives both related to international education but with very different goals were running simultaneously: the International Schools Curriculum Project and the International Baccalaureate. The apocryphal story is that when these educators compared programmes, the only common experience that all students seemed to share — regardless of which international school they attended — had something to do with dinosaurs.

    Yet, there is absolutely no available history about how this came to be.

    During the past two decades I’ve often wondered why the subject of dinosaurs was introduced in the first place. If you do a search for “dinosaur curriculum, history” you’ll encounter a tsunami of links for dinosaur materials on offer to schools and their teachers everywhere. This is obviously a huge business and seems to be totally free of any critique or protest. Child-oriented entertainment like the tv cartoon series The Flintstones and the animated Ice Age movies have rendered the whole subject of dinosaurs as being wholesome and suitably friendly and sanitized for school use.

    I found it both impressive and unsettlng that this had happened very quietly and on a global scale. Then I had an epiphany.

    What if this was one of the more subtle tentacles of the New World Order to patiently implant ideas that could incite inquiring young minds to slowly but surely question the creation construct in the world’s religions? If dinosaurs still lived some 65 million years before the first humans appeared and for hundreds of million years before their extinction, how is that to be explained? You could foment an ideological undermining of both religion and the nuclear family by discrediting parental teachings through this subterfuge.

    Just a thought.

    • Fact Checker says:

      Dinosaurs are awesome and fascinating.

      They are inspiring to the imagination, and they stir curiosity about nature, history, biology, and even the cosmos.

      Reflecting on the existence of dinosaurs can give a glimpse into the enormity of the Universe, and perspective on the relative insignificance and ephemerality of man vis-a-vis natural phenomenon that dwarf man by many metrics.

      To reflect on the emergence and passage of dinosaurs is truly mind-expanding and consciousness-raising in a way that puts the deranged superstitions of religion to utter shame.

      • bleak says:

        And they are all dead.


        “To reflect on the emergence and passage of dinosaurs is truly mind-expanding and consciousness-raising in a way that puts the deranged superstitions of religion to utter shame.”

        Tell me exactly how. Be specific. Try to minimize the circumlocution and post hoc ergo propter hocz.

        Tell me when and where you think the first civilization appeared.

        • Fact Checker says:

          Yes, dinosaurs are extinct. Congratulations, bleak. You are qualified to graduate from first grade.

          Yet it is consciousness-raising to wrap one’s mind around the idea that something like that existed at all (given its absence in the present), and form an internal approximation of the qualia of such a phenomenon (again, despite its absence in the present)–based on empirical evidence that still does exist. The mental exercise of constructing an impression and cognitive model of the living beast that left the fossils we can see today is the true testament of the perceptive powers of the human mind. A mind that that reach out and encompass the expanses of time, space, and process that can make a unified, coherent meaning out of excavated fossils, and through intuition and reason form a mental schema for what those fossils were, and how they came to be what they are now, is a mind that has grown as grand as the tens of millions of years that separate us from those deceased monsters, and the wide Earth that once housed them and provided their sustenance.

          To the contrary, religion is not based on evidence, but “faith.” “Faith” is not tethered to empirical reality, and therefore embracing an article of faith requires only inward fixation, not outward expansion. Whereas someone who truly grasps the qualia of a lumbering beast that is long dead is reaching out and connecting with the real Universe, and material states that actually did once exist…someone who believes in a magic spirit is only receding and retreating into his own prejudices, superstitions, wishes and comforting delusions. The religious do not connect with the larger universe outside their minds, but instead build a defensive fortress of psychic short-sightedness and regressive circularity.

          Your reference to “the first civilization” is totally irrelevant, and perhaps best left to a separate thread. Not sure where that came from. Part of what makes dinosaurs so captivating is that they existed in a world utterly lacking in civilization of any sort. The fact that such mighty beasts lived and perished, without anybody around to witness such wondrous horrors, exquisitely encapsulates the inherent absurdity of the Universe. (Civilization, however, is the next level and iteration of absurdity.)

        • bleak says:

          Very well said, circomlocutor. I skipped second grade.

          Empirical evidence doesn’t disprove the divine. It’s not logical to think that because A exists (or existed) in the material, that B can’t exist.

          Has it occurred to you that maybe the earth was prepackaged with fossils? I’m not saying it was but why such reliance in science? Because they are never wrong? They never lie?

          Harlot’s Ghost by Mailer. One of the best Afterwords written in ten billion years.

          The first civilization is the key to rightfully seeing Darwin for the Bullshit artist he was.

          Have fun with Barney. “Conscious-raising” stuffed toys are next I guess.

          • Fact Checker says:

            “The first civilization is the key to rightfully seeing Darwin for the Bullshit artist he was.”

            When I see a comment like this, it’s sort of a bittersweet relief to know that there’s nothing worse saving in humanity, so it will be no loss at all when humanity is wiped off the face of the Earth by 2050. To the contrary, the razing of the Herd will be a blessing, since it will massively reduce the amount of senseless suffering by the deranged primates that inhabit the planet at present. Nothing can redeem a race poisoned by such preciously-guarded ignorance and derangement. It is obvious that no civilization is possible when the inhabitants of Earth are so desperate to deny the reality right before their eyes. The absurd travails of humanity are every bit as futile and lamentable as the mighty mindless dinosaurs goring each other endlessly.

            • bleak says:

              “It is obvious that no civilization is possible when the inhabitants of Earth are so desperate to deny the reality right before their eyes.”

              The irony that you would say this is glaringly obvious. Mankind, ignorant of what is literally and metaphorically in front of their faces, slipped into mental and physical decrepitude at the hands of materialists (like you) who would drag mankind into the very same abyss where they (you) dwell (as subhumans lol). The same can be said for spirituality. When the church of Rome declared who and what God and Jesus Christ were and how we should think about them, they essentially killed any real spiritual hope for mankind. Reactionaries like you focused on the false Jewish kabbalist/paganist allegory and mythology, rightfully disagreed but at the same time didn’t/don’t understand it and didn’t/don’t want to learn why is is a false paradigm. The atheistic viewpoint that God and Christ don’t exist is entirely reactionary. Because of the early Church of Rome, most Christians are stuck with belief and faith which are important but are also steppingstones to knowledge and true understanding of Christ.

              We are paradoxical beings. You can’t fully “explain” us with Darwinism or atheism. I suppose you think we are animals but we are not. We are more than animals although the potential for man has been sublimated and reversed so “we” are in devolution and might as well be animals. Atheism and Darwinism are the culprits.

              The first civilizations (Sumer and Egypt) are keys to why Darwinism is wrong. If you look at the time-line of primates versus when the first civilizations suddenly sprang up, you might see the discrepancy. How is it that man went from cave-dweller hunter-gatherers to sophisticated urbanites so suddenly? Where did hunter-gatherers get their architecture, agriculture, art, medicine, written language, literature, tools (technology) from? Mythology doesn’t have to factor in although I think it should.

              Picture a football field of 100 yards. The dawn of primates is one goal post and right now is the other. Primates go from yard zero at one end to about the one yard line on the other end. That’s when the first civilizations sprang up. That is the scale.

              Either something intervened with primates or Mankind is a separate species and the early natural evolutionary “prehistoric” man simply died off. I think the latter but either way, Darwinism is absurd.

              • Fact Checker says:

                I don’t dismiss the possibility that something very strange happened to humanity at some point in history, with an intervention from an outside race being at least plausible. However, that has no connection to anything else you say in your comment.

                Funny you should mention Egypt and Sumer, specifically, since the Mesopotamian empires were telling Epic poems about “ancient lands” and “ancient times” more than 4,000 years ago. (In fact, mkey made a comment about it earlier in this thread!)

                So, there’s at least reason to believe the “first civilization” predates Sumer by–who knows?–maybe the magic number of 2,000 years. Maybe more. So what? Man was more or less in his modern form at least 10,000 years BC. (14,000 years ago.) So, it might have been plenty of time to develop the crafts you mention. Or maybe the crafts were “jump-started” by some other intelligence. I have the humility to say I don’t know, and the realism to say I will almost certainly go to my humble grave without having the faintest idea.

                Yet NONE of this would ever suggest there’s any truth to either half of the satanic Bible, or any of the superstitious and demonstrable falsehoods therein. Quite to the contrary. It is far more likely that an outside intelligence (maybe the one that spurred human civilization, or maybe a different one!) is using the profane deception of Jewish monotheistic religion to work great Evil on mankind. The demiurge in a henotheistic ecology, or a superintelligent agent in a purely material cosmic ecology, would likely be far too clever to make it so easy!

                “Revelation” wouldn’t be much of a “revelation” if all the goyim needed to do was cling to the cartoonish nonsense they passively received in Sunday school. Whatever is in the process of being REVEALED right now isn’t going to be anything like what either of us would ever expect. Therefore, flexibility, wisdom, knowledge, and discernment will be key to comprehending what will emerge. Not “faith.”

              • Alchemist says:

                Well there’s the theory that Annanuki aliens (aka “the gods”) created us in a lab by inserting DNA into primates (humans with RH- blood being part alien). I don’t know about this, but it fills the gaping hole in Darwin’s theory.

              • Fact Checker says:


                If only the RH- people are “modified” why do they have roughly the same physiognomy and cognitive abilities as the positives?

                This type of pseudo-scientific babble always identifies the exact point where the mystically-minded try to crudely graft on their precious fantasies onto the concepts and terminology of empirical disciplines, and it is always equally hilarious and dismaying, like a stitched-together monster, in Frankenstein’s lab-coat drag.

                Much like bleak’s “theory” above that Darwinian evolution applies to everything except humans, and he cooks up wild, unsupported and fantastical epicycles to try to “erase” (explain away) the robust continuity of the fossil record with inductive hogslop about early hominids dying off and new magic men descending from Sky Wizardland. All a desperate defensive exercise in wishful thinking and anthropocentric prejudice. And then, even though he acknowledges Darwin is at least 99.99999999% right…it is “absurd” because of the weird, vague, obscurantist, and fanciful “exception” that bleak himself has invented.

                The fact is, there is no “gaping hole” in Darwin’s observations. In cooking up nonsense like this, mystics like you and bleak demonstrate a wholesale ignorance of the fields you purport to debunk. For instance, bleak demonstrates he conflates “primate” with “hominid.” (Hint, bleak, the first primates were basically tiny little mammals that you might mistake for a type of mouse or wingless bat. Therefore, your football field analogy doesn’t demonstrate at all what you think it does, but to the contrary quite readily demonstrates the expected gradualism of the evolutionary process, which you think you are refuting.)

              • bleak says:

                “And then, even though he acknowledges Darwin is at least 99.99999999% right….”

                Your words, not mine. I said Darwinism is wrong. The difference between Darwinism and natural evolution is that Darwin denies the divine, or at least he says that it has no part in mankind. Read what I wrote and stop lying.

                ““ancient lands” and “ancient times” more than 4,000 years ago.”

                The Epic of Gilgamesh is not recorded history. It’s literature. It’s poetry, allegory, mythology based on history. But please use any and every contrivance you can muster because that’s all you have, Barney. From there he springboards to…

                “So, there’s at least reason to believe the “first civilization” predates Sumer by–who knows?–maybe the magic number of 2,000 years. Maybe more. So what? Man was more or less in his modern form at least 10,000 years BC. (14,000 years ago.)”

                Which civilization predates Sumer? You can’t answer this question because no civilization predates Sumer, not even the Egyptian civilization which followed Sumer in about 1500 years.

                When you consider that the Cenozoic era (when THINGS first walked on two legs) was about 4 million years ago, my football field analogy stands. Not only does it stand, it’s a damn fine analogy. The key, like I’ve been saying, is when CIVILIZATION first appeared, not when “modern” man first began to infest this corpse. Civilization is like a new holly wood TV show in comparison.

                Before Sumer, what? Caves, huts, tents, that’s it. Sumer was MAJESTIC in the fullest sense. Speaking of astronomy, the Sumerians knew of our heliocentric solar system. Conservatively, that’s about 4 thousand years before the ancient Greeks and 5 thousand years before Copernicus, Galileo, Bruno and Newton. Pretty “crafty” of them wasn’t it. You bozo.

                Do you know Revelation is only one of many “Christian” revelations or divine experiences? Of course you don’t. Like every other knuckle-dragger, you take what they give you and look no further. Revelation would not be “canon” if not for one dude, Athanasius, who insisted it be included for one reason; Rev 22:18-19 For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book: And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.

                So works like The Shepard of Hermas, The Apocryphon of John, the (cough cough) Book of Enoch… no no no don’t read those. Now Warren is criticizing Bezos for letting so much “misinformation” on amazon. If nothing changes, nothing changes. And NOTHING has changed from the time of Jesus until now. Just the samo bullshit ops, lies and deceit. And suckers like you who can’t get past spiritual kindergarten.

              • Fact Checker says:


                The way I know that you are not confident in your “beliefs,” and that you know they can’t stand on their own, and that they are not based on reason, is that you cannot even once state them without punctuating with infantile direct personal attacks and epithets. “Bozo”? Lol.

                Frankly, you’ve descended into unmitigated gibberish at this point. The “Cenozoic was 4 Million years ago”? Good Ba’al. Newsflash, professor. We’re in the Cenozoic now.

                “THINGS started walking on two legs” 4 Million years ago? What “THINGS”? Apes? Birds? Dinosaurs? WTF are you even talking about?
                (Forget I asked that. I know you don’t know. Jesus Christ just called. He asked that you stop taking his side. Says you’re “not helping.”)

              • bleak says:

                I know what the Cenozoic era is. I failed to state the last period, Quarternary, which is about 2.58 million years ago. So I was off 1.5 million years. So what?*

                YOU: “So, there’s at least reason to believe the “first civilization” predates Sumer by–who knows?–maybe the magic number of 2,000 years. Maybe more. So what?[*]

                You know exactly what my points are and you can’t find anything other than criticism of minute details in my overall arguments to refute them.

                As for the vitriol; don’t like the effect? Don’t produce the cause.

              • bleak says:

                Fact Checker,

                Since your whole “Darwinism” bullshit excuse for science argument is based on the continuity and evenness of evolution throughout the timeline of “mankind,” and my argument is based on the fact that evolution can’t explain how and why the first civilization of Sumer sprang up relatively overnight, you said…

                “So, there’s at least reason to believe the “first civilization” predates Sumer by–who knows?–maybe the magic number of 2,000 years. Maybe more. So what?”

                And I asked…

                “Which civilization predates Sumer?”

                which you try to sidestep using petty twitterlike internet shill bozo devices.

                But guess what? I’m not going to let you off the hook.

                So I ask you again.

                Which civilization predates Sumer?

            • Alchemist says:


              I should have said full alien, not part. According to the theory (not mine btw), all blood types except RH- come from modified primates. After humans were formed, the alien creators (annanuki? nephilim?) started breeding with the humans which resulted in an upgraded version of the Neanderthal and cromagnon prototypes. Most humans have the RH factor, which contains a protein linked to monkeys, but a small percentage don’t. Those without RH can’t breed with other humans. They are not related to monkeys, so I guess that would make them full alien.

    • Alchemist says:

      Haha thank you for this. Dinosaurs are shoved in every child’s face from the moment they are born. Toys, clothes, books, movies.. they’re everywhere! To justify this much excitement, thousands of full skeletons must have been found, right? Wrong. Hundreds? No. Any?
      Silly me, I shouldn’t question the experts. They know best. Who cares that dinosaur skeleton displays in museums are fake? Science has spoken.

      • Fact Checker says:

        Such desperate closed-mindedness.

        Many reconstructed museum display skeletons are indeed casts of fossils, rather than the excavated fossils themselves, in order to preserve the natural treasures that they were cast from, instead of drilling holes in real fossils and assembling them in the open where they would be subject to damage. That doesn’t make the cast-displays any more “fake” than film footage of an event is “fake” just because it is a photochemical record of the event, rather than the event itself.

        It is sad how desperately humans cling to their tiny little safe fantasies and wishes about their own importance in the Universe, rather than truly trying to comprehend the grand mystery into which we have been thrust.

  89. deadseason says:

    It seems like many people want to go back to good old days of 2019 without further consideration of what the future entails. At least I have noticed that in my area when anyone attempts to talk about changing the way we do things going forward. I wrote an article on my blog yesterday in which I describe how I feel about the flag over the past 20 years and what it represents.

  90. bleak says:

    I’m banned from “The Philosophy Forum” and my original comment deleted lol. It was a good argument against the “official” bs; “virus” never isolated, CDC “retiring” PCR, censorship etc. I was rudely attacked, “disqualified” etc and now can’t even respond to the morons. No one had anything “scientific” or factual whatsoever. This is now “philosophy.”

    “Welcome to The Philosophy Forum!
    Get involved in philosophical discussions about knowledge, truth, language, consciousness, science, politics, religion, logic and mathematics, art, history, and lots more. No ads, no clutter, and very little agreement — just fascinating conversations.”

    Beyond absurd.

  91. HomeRemedySupply says:

    On previous comment threads, I have strongly advocated OXIDATIVE THERAPIES. Three oxidative therapies are: Ozone, UV and Vitamin C IV Blood Therapies.
    SUB-THREAD(s) listing Covid Therapies (during 2020)

    During this era of censorship regarding viable health protocols, it is rare to see valid information by the CCM Corporate Controlled Media.
    I was surprised to see the New York Post publish the following article on September 10th, Friday.
    Study suggests Alzheimer’s ‘could be stopped’ with oxygen therapy

    Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is available in most cities at various places.
    …Inside the hyperbaric chamber, the air pressure is roughly two and a half times higher than normal air pressure. This allows your body to carry more oxygen to your organs and tissues, supporting the healing process.

    Normally, oxygen gets delivered to wounds through your blood system. During hyperbaric therapy, your entire body receives the treatment. As a result, oxygen can actually go beyond the reach of your arteries — extending the healing benefits of oxygen.When you add in the air pressure of the chamber, it concentrates the delivery of oxygen to specific areas, such as a wound that needs healing. This high dose of oxygen stimulates the power of the mitochondria in the cells, which provide the cells with energy. Even more, it attracts stem cells — which are healing cells — to the impaired area.

    Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is used to treat a wide variety of medical conditions, including anemia, brain absess, arterial gas embolism, burns, carbon monoxide poisoning, sudden deafness, decompression sickness, gangrene, infection of skin or bone tissue, and so much more. Since the 1940’s this treatment has been revolutionary to medical science….
    From ~~WWW
    …Each session takes around 90 Miniutes to complete and many people choose to start out with 20 treatments…
    20 treatments cost $1,000.

  92. robster says:

    Another warrior on the right side of the battle dead:

    64, cancer. Coincidence? I doubt it. Rest in peace David Crowe, thank you for all you have done.

  93. Torus says:

    Home Remedy Supply can you help, please???
    I noticed that you have seemingly magical searching powers…

    I’m looking for a link to letters of refusal for Covid testing at schools. I think I may have even attached a link to several letters for vaccine refusal here, but can’t seem to find the template for testing refusal. I checked Doctors for covid ethics, and Childrens health defense with no luck.
    Certainly, I can write my own, but I don’t know how important it is to get the legal jargon right or if it’s sufficient to just put it bluntly, “I do not consent to my child being tested for any virus or illness at school, under any circumstances.”
    Any help is much appreciated.

  94. s511 says: I hope this viral video is still up. She touches a nerve in the American psyche, for sure.

  95. Steve Smith says:

    This story was linked at Lew Rockwell this morning and then it wasn’t. So they are obviously not convinced or else not willing to risk it.

    A guy allegedly with limited time to live is supposedly claiming to have planted explosives in the World Trade Center buildings.

    “ Bombshell: Government Special Ops Demo Expert Confesses To Planting Explosives In WTCs Before 9/11
    Matt Agorist / September 11, 2021”

    “According to Manuel Garcia Jr., he was tasked by a team created by Dick Cheney to help carry out a false flag attack on the World Trade Centers, otherwise known as 9/11, in order to “reshape the World Order to secure another century of US control.”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I also had seen that story… posted at The Free Thought Project.
      Gov’t Special Ops Demo Expert Confesses to Planting Explosives in WTCs Before 9/11
      …The Free Thought Project spoke to Garcia through email in an attempt to get him on our podcast but he told us that he “can’t add anything to it by talking. In any case people interpret as they wish, and I’m happy to let them do that without my interfering.”…

      I can’t label the story “hard evidence”. It is a story by Garcia reported by Matt. Linked to Counterpunch as a source.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        At the bottom of the Counterpunch link, after Garcia says “Cheerio” it says:
        “Note: Yes, this is satire.”

        • Steve Smith says:

          I wish they would leave the satire to the Babylon Bee. Its hard enough to know who is lying as it is.
          Probably best to assume everyone is.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            No shit. It was a trap. I hate that crap, because it is easy to fall into the trap.
            I’m tired of crow for dinner.

            The gray areas of speculation, conjecture, ‘theories’, generalizations, ‘repeated “truth” narratives’, and more have had a revival these past 18 months.

            It reminds me of the 9/11 Truth Movement.
            Same type of stuff.

            Eating crow – Eating crow is a colloquial idiom, used in some English-speaking countries, that means humiliation by admitting having been proven wrong after taking a strong position. The crow is a carrion-eater that is presumably repulsive to eat in the same way that being proven wrong might be emotionally hard to swallow.

            • Fact Checker says:

              They’re mocking us all. Gloating. Gleeful.

              They have put us all on death row, and They are going to laugh and jeer at us until the moment each of us dies at the hands of Their mindless minions.

  96. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Watch brief Video Clips of College Football Games
    Crowds chant “F**k Joe Biden”

  97. nosoapradio says:

    I guess you’ve all seen this already:

    Covid-19: England finally decides to give up the health pass
    RFI 12 hours ago

    …Sajid Javid believes that this measure is not necessary, given the vaccination rate in the United Kingdom: 81% of the population aged over 16 years has received two doses. Sajid Javid also wants to abolish PCR tests for travellers returning from abroad.

    Criticism of the health pass has been the refrain of the catering and entertainment industries, which found it “unequal, difficult to implement and potentially discriminatory”…

    Spain gave it up a while ago (also because of purportedly high vaccination rates among other things). In France the protests are being covered in the media so it feels like they will be renouncing the idea as well, especially in light of this British announcement…?

    This, along with the vaccines, was all a lot of predictive programming and will be brought back once people are ready for the injectable variety…? ID2020? I mean if you have a pass on your phone, do you need the injectable variety?? dunno… you DO need to demonstrate the necessity of the injectable one by showing how phone passes are such a pain in the ass so wouldn’t injectable ones be so much better…? dunno… anyhow… seems people are passing on the pass…

    • nosoapradio says:

      So it’s hard to find anything in English at the moment about the British allegedly abandonning the idea of the health pass but here’s this for now:

      UK abandons plans for vaccine passports
      Health minister Sajid Javid says the idea should nevertheless be kept ‘in reserve as a potential option’
      12 SEPTEMBER 2021 – 17:45

      “I’ve never liked the idea of saying to people: ‘You must show your papers’ or something to do what is just an everyday activity,” health minister Sajid Javid said on Sunday.

      “We’ve looked at it properly, and whilst we should keep it in reserve as a potential option, I’m pleased to say that we will not be going ahead with plans for vaccine passports.”

      …The Times earlier reported that while Johnson may drop the need for proof of vaccination for entry to nightclubs, cinemas and sports grounds, companies that now require certification of vaccines will be able to continue doing so…

      Just more hot/cold/hot/cold mind torture for compliance??

      • seasons says:

        The global digital ID is what matters most in the end. There has been and will be more than enough people willing to be guinea pigs for these injections. To ease the pressure there may be a compromise for those who resist. People will be allowed to argue natural immunity and sign exemptions forms in order to get a digital passport to access goods and services. Most are so beaten down and desperate for “normal” they will accept those conditions not knowing they are walking into another trap.

  98. HomeRemedySupply says:

    September 12th, 2021 – Sunday – Zero Hedge

    “Bitcoin Really Does Fix This”:
    El Salvador’s Adoption Of Bitcoin Will Cost Money Transfer Companies Hundreds Of Millions In Fees

    If you’re from El Salvador living and working elsewhere in the world, Bitcoin wallet adoption in the country fixes an age-old problem that clunky money-transfer companies like Western Union used to have to solve: getting money back home.

    According to CNBC, about 70% of the Salvadoran population receives remittance payments that could now be transferred using Bitcoin.

    Jaime García of Saskatchewan, who left El Salvador after his house was bombed by rebels, told CNBC: “In this day and age, it is wild that I had to go to a physical Western Union office, give them actual cash, and then hand them another $25 on top of that, before they would send my money over.”
    “And then, of course, it takes three days for it to actually arrive in El Salvador,”
    he continued.

    Then, back in El Salvador, collecting also becomes a problem: “They have to take a bus to go to a physical location to pick it up, and there are gangs that hang out around those offices. They know what people are going there for, and they basically rob them.”

    Last year, more than $6 billion, or about 23% of the country’s GDP, was sent back home from the 2.5 million who have fled El Salvador. “60% of that cash comes via remittance companies and 38% through banking institutions,” CNBC reported, citing official data.

    The shift in how payments are made could wind up costing money transfer companies up to a billion dollars, Mario Gomez Lozada estimated. Lozada was born and raised in El Salvador, has previously worked as a banker with Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse and now works running a derivates exchange for crypto assets.

    Lozada said: “It will be interesting to see the impact on remittances in a few months and see what percentage of it uses the bitcoin network rails. My guess is most people initially will cash bitcoin into U.S. dollars, as this is what they are used to, but we should see a gradual adoption of bitcoin as the main means of transaction and pricing. I see a future where consumer items like milk and bread are priced in bitcoin directly and people might even start holding bitcoin.”

    Matt Hougan, chief investment officer of Bitwise Asset Management, told CNBC: “Remittances are one area where the status quo in our legacy financial system is terrible, with extraordinarily high fees leveled at populations that can ill afford them.”

  99. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This might be a good reference for folks. LINKS are in article.

    CDC changes definition of vaccine so it ‘can’t be interpreted to mean vaccines are 100% effective’
    The CDC revised its definition for vaccine and vaccination on its website, downgrading the definition of “vaccine” from a product that produces immunity to a preparation for protection. The agency said the new definition is “more transparent” and can’t be misinterpreted.

    “While there have been slight changes in wording over time to the definition of ‘vaccine’ on CDC’s website, those haven’t impacted the overall definition,” a CDC spokesperson told The Epoch Times via email.

    “The previous definition at Immunization Basics | CDC could be interpreted to mean that vaccines are 100% effective, which has never been the case for any vaccine, so the current definition is more transparent, and also describes the ways in which vaccines can be administered,” the spokesperson said.

    From 2015 to Aug. 31, 2021
    a vaccine was defined as
    “a product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce IMMUNITY to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease”

    and vaccination was
    “the act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce IMMUNITY to a specific disease.”

    Earlier versions of a vaccine definition also included “immunity” in its definition.

    The new definition for the vaccine now reads,
    “A preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases,”
    while vaccination is
    “the act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce PROTECTION from a specific disease.”
    Article includes:
    VAERS data released Friday by the CDC showed a total of 675,593 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID vaccines,
    including 14,506 deaths
    and 88,171 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and Sept. 3, 2021.

  100. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Tuesday September 14, 2021 – “Human Events” (H/t Zero Hedge)
    Rapper Nicki Minaj Says She Hasn’t Yet Been Vaccinated, Gets a Taste of Mainstream Media in Return


    Rapper Nicki Minaj Says She Hasn’t Yet Been Vaccinated, Gets a Taste of Mainstream Media in Return
    By Human Events Staff | September 14, 2021

    Rap sensation Nicki Minaj shared on social media that she has not yet received the COVID-19 vaccine and faced a firestorm from the mainstream media in return.

    Minaj made the announcement on Twitter that she would not be attending the Met Gala because of its vaccine requirement.

    “They want you to get vaccinated for the Met. If I get vaccinated it won’t be for the Met. It’ll be once I feel I’ve done enough research. I’m working on that now,” Minaj wrote. “In the meantime my loves, be safe. Wear the mask with 2 strings that grips your head & face. Not that loose one.”

    Minaj then shared a personal anecdote involving her cousin in Trinidad and his friend’s bad experience with the vaccine.
    My cousin in Trinidad won’t get the vaccine cuz his friend got it & became impotent. His testicles became swollen. His friend was weeks away from getting married, now the girl called off the wedding. So just pray on it & make sure you’re comfortable with ur decision, not bullied.

    To no surprise, the mainstream media had a field day with the celebrity’s decision. Human Events Senior Editor Jack Posobiec chimed in, siding with the rapper. …
    [Internet and Media Drama follow]

  101. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Tuesday September 14, 2021 – Zero Hedge citing The Atlantic
    Narrative Nuked:
    Nearly Half Of ‘COVID Hospitalizations’ This Year Have Been Mild Or Asymptomatic Cases

    A brand new study is calling into question how reliable and meaningful of a number of “patients hospitalized with Covid-19” in the U.S. is.

    Covid hospitalizations – the most common metric heard when discussing the seriousness of the pandemic – may not be nearly as meaningful of a number as many once thought.
    And don’t take it from us: The Atlantic published a stunning piece on Tuesday citing a new study that suggests “almost half of those hospitalized with COVID-19 have mild or asymptomatic cases”.
    [The Atlantic ]

    The Atlantic had formerly called Covid hospitalizations “the most reliable pandemic number,” last winter. Now, after a nationwide study of hospitalization records was release, the publication is walking back its fervor on that statement.

    Researchers from Harvard Medical School, Tufts Medical Center, and the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System took on the task of trying to figure out how serious Covid cases were in those hospitalized, and how many people counted as Covid hospitalizations were actually in the hospital for Covid, versus getting a Covid test after being admitted for something else.

    The study “analyzed the electronic records for nearly 50,000 COVID hospital admissions at the more than 100 VA hospitals across the country,” The Atlantic wrote. It “checked to see whether each patient required supplemental oxygen or had a blood oxygen level below 94 percent” in order to try and determine if cases met the NIH’s threshold for “severe COVID”.

    What the study found was that from March 2020 to January 2021, 36% of Covid cases in the hospital were mild or asymptomatic. From January 2021 to June 2021, during the Delta variant’s spread, that number rose all the way to 48%. For vaccinated hospital patients, the number rose to a stunning 57%.

    As The Atlantic put it in their own words:
    “The study suggests that roughly half of all the hospitalized patients showing up on COVID-data dashboards in 2021 may have been admitted for another reason entirely, or had only a mild presentation of disease.”

    “We should refine the definition of hospitalization,” said Shira Doron, an infectious-disease physician and hospital epidemiologist at Tufts Medical Center and co-author of the study. “Those patients who are there with rather than from COVID don’t belong in the metric.”….

    • mkey says:

      I’ve seen this in my general are so anecdotal evidence abounds. Hospitalized people I know first hand (all from the past year) had mildly increased body temperature. That surely didn’t prevent them from having takeb part in stastics.

      In a wider circle of people that I know or know about, a total of 3 had a pneumonia. They are all covid ™ pnumonias, of course.

      I’m certain that, had proper scrutiny been applied to these numbers, they would go way below 50%, in terms of covid ™ specific symptoms.

  102. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Some recent stuff…

    Lots of video clips here…
    ‘F–k Joe Biden’ Chants Are Taking Over College Football, Spreading To Baseball

    Read the Sheriff’s letter. It is very good.
    Arkansas Sheriff — We will not enforce any of this crap…

    Hyperinflation In Europe’s Power Markets Is Disastrous For Working-Poor Ahead Of Winter
    See the The Truth About Renewables and Current Energy Market Prices & Protests here…

    An interesting read… …with comments.
    Are the unvaccinated a threat to others?
    A disputed question argued in the Scholastic style.

    NEW YORK The Metropolitan Transportation Authority plans to extend a $500,000 death benefit to its employees who die of COVID-related causes through the end of 2021, a senior authority official said Monday.
    But the benefit will remain unavailable to those who decline to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.
    The authority, which runs New York City’s subways, buses and commuter trains, has provided the $500,000 benefit to all of its 68,000 employees since last year.

    — SAN DIEGO —
    San Diego Could Lose Half Their Police Force From Vaccine Mandate,
    45 Percent Are a Hard NO and Willing to Be Fired

    [LINK to newspaper in article]
    This follows on the heels of a late August decision by the city.
    SAN DIEGO — The City of San Diego notified all 11,000 of the city’s employees by email Thursday that they must get a COVID-19 vaccine by Nov. 2.
    The city is the first major government agency in the region to mandate that all employees get vaccinated. Los Angeles issued a similar mandate last week requiring city workers to be vaccinated by Oct. 5.
    –San Diego Union-Tribune

    There has been a lot of pushback in San Diego. You will recall lines of speakers which took 4 ½ hours.
    …and that…
    San Diego Declares COVID Misinformation a Public Health Crisis

  103. HomeRemedySupply says:

    September 6th, 2021 Monday – WhatsHerFace
    You Cowards Are Responsible For What’s Coming by WhatsHerFace

    This contains some good clips. (e.g. Brainwashing)

  104. westerncivic says:

    Well, I can’t find the comment/request for text assistance I am hoping to help with this response…

    But AYVs use this text forcefully whenever confronted with a medical mandate of any sort. (Often we use this on a sticker to place on violating mandate signs and the like) See the graphic in this tweet…

    If someone can direct me to the parent requesting this or like text, appreciated. I lost the location of their comment.

  105. Torus says:

    I was scrolling through bitchute and came across these gems today.

    News broadcast from Israel (with translations) talking about the effectiveness of the Pfizer vaccine “fading”. As well as Prizes referring to Israel as a ” labratory”.

    And when this popped up I thought, “ok Tucker Carlson, let’s see what kind of propaganda you’re pushing today…”
    I was pleasantly surprised to hear some coherence in his rant. Its a long one (16 min).
    He starts with calling out Bidens vaxx absurdity then says “If they force you to take a vaccine you don’t need, what CAN’T they do? …What’s the limiting principle on them?” Soon you will have “a unique biometric signature stored safely in the Cloud. Its perfect.” (Heavy sarcasam) “Without mass resistance this is exactly where this is going to go”. He also touches on censorship, book burning, and eludes to eugenics. Interesting… If you can only handle so much Tucker, start about the 6 to 8 min mark.


  106. Torus says:

    Good news!
    David Knight reports on court case in NY.
    “VICTORY! Judge blocks NY state from mandating jabs against health professionals for religious objections. Several important aspects to this decision”.

    More from The David Knight Show. He’s right to the point; no fluffy rhetoric, just simply calling out The Globalist agenda.


    Corbett and Knight would make for an impressive, interesting, and informative interview.

  107. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Mid-September 2021 – CLIMATE CHANGE News

    Investors With $10 Trillion In Assets Will Issue Net-Zero Standards For Big Oil
    By Tsvetana Paraskova at OILPRICE.COM – Sept 15th Wed

    Time Magazine – Sept 14th
    75% of the Young People Around the World are Frightened of the Future Because of Climate Change
    … According to a global survey and peer-reviewed study soon to be published in Lancet Planetary Health, a scientific journal, 75% of young people think the future is frightening and 45% say climate concern negatively impacts their day….
    Preprints with The Lancet – Young People’s Voices on Climate Anxiety, Government Betrayal and Moral Injury: A Global Phenomenon

    AXIOS – Sept 14th
    Exclusive: New outlet backed by Bill Gates will tackle climate change

    Yahoo News – Sept 13th
    Why the politicization of COVID is a bad sign for climate change
    … Like halting the spread of COVID-19, mitigating climate change requires sacrifices for benefits that are hard to see. Even if the transition from fossil fuels to renewable sources of energy boosts the economy in the long run, some Americans will take a hit in the short term, from oil field workers to drivers paying more to fill up their tank.
    Yet continuing on our current path is, without a doubt, the worse choice. Like attending a large indoor banquet full of unvaccinated people, none of whom are wearing masks, in an area of the country where the Delta variant continues to set records for new cases, hospitalizations and deaths, adding greenhouse gases into the atmosphere at the current rate is an invitation for disaster, climate experts tell us….

    Wednesday – Sept 15th – Zero Hedge [NatGas prices rose again today]
    European Gas Prices Continue Parabolic Rise As EU Debates Nord Stream 2 Certification
    … Prices for the Dutch front-month contract jumped as much as 21% on the session to 79 euros per megawatt-hour but has since faded the highs. UK power contracts soared as much as 18% to 194.94 pounds per megawatt-hour….

    Spanish Gov’t Announces Temporary Tax Cuts To Relieve Consumers After Record Power Prices
    …”We have made a firm commitment that all citizens will pay the same electricity bill [this year] as in 2018,” Sánchez said, adding that energy companies’ high profits are “not acceptable.”…
    … The exponential rise in Spain’s wholesale electricity prices shows no signs of abating. Prices jumped Tuesday to another record high of 172.78 per megawatt-hour. From the beginning of summer, prices are up more than 200%.

  108. robster says:

    Just saw Very interesting doc(s), this is one of the first I found that brings in the apparent anti-human/non-human spiritual aspect of this “crisis”.

  109. HomeRemedySupply says:

    ”We are the Government. Trust us.“ – NEWS

    There are some powerful video testimonies here…
    FBI Apologizes To Molested Gymnasts After Botched ‘Investigation’

    This is what they are teaching 4th graders. Pedophilia in Texas school. Leander (northwest side of Austin)
    (3 minutes)
    Article Pedophilia in Texas schools: mom lays into school board for sexually explicit reading list
    …This is not the first time that parents in the Leander Independent School District have objected to explicit curriculum. In March, the Daily Wire reported that “Students as young as 13 in Leander Independent School District, Austin, TX, have been exposed to graphic sexual content as part of their course work, including graphic verbal depictions of gang rape and other sexual acts.”
    Parents became aware of the issue after their children told them about the content. Upon bringing up the issue to the school, these parents were met with harassment and called “religious zealots,” “bigots,” “racists,” and “d**ks.”
    “Some of the people speaking out have received anonymous cardboard penises in the mail with anti-Christian messages calling them names such as c**t,” one parent said. “Others have received dead animals on their porches.”…

    See the graphic design for the children’s book pictured in the following article…
    Wed Sept 15 – Summit News via Zero Hedge
    Mayor Demands School Board Resign Or Be Charged Over Dissemination Of “Child Pornography” Material

    From Sept 2019
    Schools are teaching students, pedophilia is a ‘sexual orientation’

    • mkey says:

      That’s some medieval evil type of evil. Ditching schools has never been easier and what are the people doing?

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        — ANECDOTE —
        During the late Autumn of 1972, one evening I spoke to the Leander PTA about the virtues of marijuana. This was just a few weeks after I had been caught on the college campus for smoking pot by campus security. Leander was a very small town back then, out in the sticks.

        Pot-heads aren’t very smart. I had gone out to the middle of the college practice football field in the dark one night, and sat down near the goal post. There I sat. Pulled out my pipe and pot. I hit the pipe repeatedly with my flamethrowing lighter. You can imagine how my face lit up out in the middle of a pitch black field…repeatedly.

        The next thing I knew there were headlights coming towards me from down the field. In slow motion, I tried to think but couldn’t remember my thoughts. I stood up as if in a slow-motion dream. I put the pipe and baggie in the right pocket of my old surplus Vietnam army jacket. Campus security took me to their office. I was stoned, but concerned. I thought, “Well, this it. Prison showers at the Big House.” Back then, it was felony material to get caught. A local Highway Patrol officer came in for coffee, and I think a policeman. After a long while, they let me go. I didn’t ask for my pipe back.

        It was a bit embarrassing, because I knew the Highway Patrol would find out. I had been taking a Christian Ethics course for an easy credit. The course involved riding with the Highway Patrol in the evenings a few nights a week. I enjoyed it. The Highway Patrol troopers were very down to earth, civil and relaxed. They didn’t have an intent to smash people. Going 80mph on winding back-country roads at night would get a person a gentle ticket to be more careful. A few weeks after I got popped, my favorite trooper was going to Leander PTA. My trooper had a James Corbett haircut. I had long flowing blonde hair hitting my shoulders.


        • HomeRemedySupply says:


          We arrive at the metal building and gravel parking lot where the PTA was gathering. The trooper opens the car’s trunk. Whoa! A brick! (a kilo of pot) He picks it up along with some other drugs.
          As we are walking in, I ask him if I can talk after he is finished. Calmly, with a smile, he says “yes”.
          He gives his talk. The parents are very concerned about their teenagers smoking marijuana or doing hard drugs. The propaganda story is that weed leads to heroin. They ask a lot of questions. After that is finished, I get up to talk about the “virtues” of marijuana. Parents were civil, curious and interested. They asked me courteous questions. Now, I wish I had never given that talk.

          By the way, my Christian Ethics Professor was a 30-something fella. He had a much younger pretty girlfriend, and was “liberal” in his presentations. For Christmas, I wrapped some joints in red, green, and blue colored smoking papers. I gave them to the couple as an anonymous gift (but they ‘knew’ it was from me.)

          This was in the days when a kilo out of Austin cost about $110. A lot of seeds…they sure would pop and shred hot ashes from the joint. Pot doesn’t smell the same as in the old days. Now, it smells like skunk.
          Here are some Anecdotes of a Pothead

          • nosoapradio says:

            Heading into a class but… so…

            why did you regret giving the speech to the parents? Sorry if I’m belabouring the obvious…

            and so… pot is sold in kilos in the US?? Sorry if I sound naive and totally not with it…

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Personally, now, I don’t think smoking pot is good for mental stability in the long run; that it can adversely affect characteristics (memory, focus, determination, non-dispersed action, extroverted attention) in a person if indulged too much. I think that the adverse affects come on so gradually over time, that they can be difficult to identify.
              So, I wish I had kept my trap shut in Leander..

              Back in those days (1972)(the age of pinball), marijuana was sold wholesale in kilo bricks wrapped in plastic wrap. Lots of seeds and twigs. What is sold now, doesn’t even look or smell like the old days. Back then it smelled like burning rope or burning weeds. Back then, it looked like oregano or cut-up weeds. Now, it smells like skunk before it is even lit.
              The guys who bought the kilo would bag one ounce portions. A lid. If you were lucky, there would be a bud or two in your baggie. But the bud usually had seeds.
              I don’t remember if it was $10 for a lid or if it was $20. I want to say $10. The price eventually went up to $20.
              Austin kilos were cheaper than Dallas kilos. I never bought a kilo, just lids for personal use.
              Being major stoned while doing a joint sitting in a field and having the cow in the pasture just stare at you, sticks in the memory.

              The era was so different then. I had friends who smoked and friends who didn’t. Farkle, a girl I dated in High School first turned me on to smoking a joint at a concert (Chicago) with some of her friends. She asked, “Can you feel it?” I said no, but couldn’t get the smile off my face. I later took her to see the rock opera “Hair” (where the performers get totally nude and a naked guy walks among the audience waving his yanger). Heck, she was still 16, maybe almost 17 years old.

              I once made magic marijuana donuts. The cost of sugar then, reminds me of “supply chain economics” currently.
              The twigs in the donuts were hard to chew.
              You and I talk briefly here… Donut story.

              • mkey says:

                I always assumed the negative effects of smoking grass come mostly from the additives and filler. Don’t have a first hand point of reference.

                I too went to a Hair appearance early on in the ninties, those were the primary school times. Clothes were mandatory, but still a nice early life experience.

              • nosoapradio says:

                Wow. How on Earth do you remember these old conversations…? Grew up to the songs of Hair. Was hummming a couple of them last week… Didn’t have people’s naked private parts in my face at a venue though until about 15 years ago during a Bhuto dance performance in a very very small theater (30 audience members max) as the performers tried to find a foot hold in between spectators to move around amongst us. Was somewhat disconcerting.
                Pot smoked in hippie commune where I spent some of my most formative years (age 10-15 or so) but when it was going around after a meal or something I passed ’cause I’m a priss and never smoked with mother and commune members. Seemed too weird. (My son’s best friend smokes with his mother, upper middle class chic. I still find that weird) My sister did though. I later tried it with neighbor’s kids. First experience fantastic under a tree at the edge of a corn field. Jumped up and down and felt like I was flying. Never like that again the handful times that followed over a space of 30 years or so. I felt oppressed, overly analytical and a bit paranoid the other times so never do it. Actually there was one time in a movie theater in Tucson age 19 watching 2001 Space Odysee where I laughed hysterically through the whole thing, convinced it was a huge series of jokes. Irritated other viewers of course but I didn’t care a whit. I like the smell of pot being smoked at a distance though. And I see what you mean about the change in aroma, I think… but as Stella Spotlight intones: “ma drogue c’est l’alcool je suis de la vieille école quand je fume du hash ça me donne pas d’flash” in the iconic Canadian-French cyberpunk rock opera Starmania. It’s very kitch and her vibrato is irritating but the song’s kinda moving somehow,the Francophonic 70s:
                Yea, John O. left some pretty intriguing comments back then.
                On another note, I thought that the US had completely ignored the metric system, hence my question about kilos. But the drug trade is international so… I guess kilos are de rigueur…?
                1972… still living on upper west side of Manhattan… second grade… The year I won the NYC Brotherhood art contest… won a bike and some money… 100 dollars…? Consequently had book and poster exhibited at the… MOMA as I recall… incredible as that may seem. Just a great memory of an evening spent with my Dad. However I’m no artist, no more than the next guy and much less so than many folks haunting this particular website. Lots of talent around here.

  110. paul6 says:

    For all who can speak or understand Italian:

    Covid le cure proibite (video completo) [i.e. Covid–the forbidden cures–full video]
    by Massimo Mazzucco

    on Odyssee:

    Massimo Mazzucco is an excellent filmmaker who also created the 5 hour long movie “The New Pearl Harbor”.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      thank you so much! Massimo Mazzucco !
      What an icon!

      However, I don’t understand Italian…except when the person is angry.

      The New Pearl Harbor (full Documentary)(9/11) – YouTube


    • nosoapradio says:

      oh yeeeeaaaaa! Massimo Mazzucco! I met this guy, way back in…2014? sat in the front row during the screening of his film in Lyon and asked him a couple of certainly very naive questions that now escape me…
      The event had been organized by the local ReOpen911 group for whom I’d done 2 or 3 translations from English to French.
      Wow what a throwback…

    • robert.t says:

      I’ve followed Mazzucco a bit and I like his work. However…

      Once again we find ourselves accepting the reality of COVID and engaged in solutions to a problem not yet shown to exist. To his credit, Massimo expresses doubt over government numbers and states that he will accept them for the sake of argument. But if the use of the PCR test for medical diagnosis has almost no validity and none at all above a certain number of cycles, what are we discussing?

      The six or seven hundred thousand who die annually of the flu die hard. They have to die hard. Think about it: for a flu to kill you have to be in horrible shape at the end. Why should flu deaths and other respiratory deaths suddenly be suspended to make way for the horror of COVID? Why should a COVID death be more of a horror than a death from flu? Or are we to believe that the flu (when it’s not on COVID holidays) takes you out more politely?

      All of that said, the video does show how savage the Italian media attacks on alternative therapies are. If possible, it’s worse than Murdoch’s Australian sludge! When I was hanging out in Italy it was a big deal to buy some paracetamol. What changed? I was in France in the early 70s and pharmaceuticals were an obscure item, even vitamins. Going back some 40 years later I found the French were rattling with pills.

      Anyway, I won’t be getting vaxxed. It’s easy for me to find the horse paste around here but I won’t be taking that either.

      Show me the COVID!

      • mkey says:

        Some things can not be proven and therefore microbiology can not be held to the same standard as other sciences. In fact, lets not mince words; microbiology is not a science but a dogma held together religious figureheads, prisets and blind belief.

        Would you ask proof of anything from a priest? I think not.

        You either believe and have virtue or you do not believe and as such are a heretic and not one of us and will burn at the stake. The choice is yours. Either you are with us or you are with the enemy.

  111. westerncivic says:

    Oregon Ducks football has another home game at Autzen Stadium this Saturday the 18th in Eugene.

    After our affairs on the 18th, anyone care to mosey on over to #AutzenStadium to remind my Ducks of their continuing human rights violations as they continue to require proof of vaccination to attend?

  112. nosoapradio says:

    So a student told me last Friday that a lot of people were “dégoûtés” or disappointed or blasé because they’d gone to all the trouble of getting twice injected and now the French state is talking about localizing or phasing out the “health pass”.

    But it seems that among those who’ve adopted it, they’ve acquired a taste for it… it feels good to prove when entering a restaurant, concert hall or football stadium that they are “legit”. The same feeling, I imagine, as arriving with an invitation to an exclusive event with a tuxedoed bouncer at the door turning away imposters or wannabes…

    If say only the downtown areas of Paris, Lyon, Marseille and Bordeaux were to maintain a localized version of the “health pass”, in the name of the much lauded “precautionary principle”, that could confer a sort of chic, cultural, exclusive connotation to it…

    Ya think the French are going to make this technocratic tyranny fashionable and de rigueur?

    At least it paves the way in people’s minds for some sort of subcutaneous future version of a health etc pass… for “health teleconferencing” etc…

  113. robster says:

    Hi All, please help expose the virus lie, share this new documentary series initiative:–Promo_video:b.

  114. tpacifica says:

    in the beginning, and out of pure and infinite darkness, the spinning began. our heads were not yet befuddled by the deception, diversion, and digression that would later transpire. Therefore, initially, we were viewing circumstances with a clearer eye.
    i will stop fighting the fog, charging windmills with my sword and noble steed. the answer to the puzzle is quietly hiding at the end of my nose, beyond this screen right here before me, locking me within this matrix.
    i remember when i could think. i remember when i once knew that 5G was the dungeon door clanging shut.
    we are addicts you and i. at some point we are going to have to escape, claw our way out of this matrix and show our faces. we will become lion-hearted. we will become courageous, creative, and compassionate. we will. or we will die trying

  115. hugo.c says:

    Hi Community,

    On topics unrelated to biosecurity or “the virus”, I have published two articles which may be of interest.

    The first concerns the idiocy of the AUKUS rebranding PR stunt and includes a wander down Australia’s memory lane starting with the sacking of Gough Whitlam but cherry picking 60 000 years of history including a couple of proud moments in Australia’s military actions in WWI and WWII:

    This AU-SUK as I call it, is so depressing and stupid that I throw in a little satire to lighten the mood.

    The second is about the just passed SCO meeting in Dushanbe at which Iran was admitted and (WTF) Egypt, Qatar and Saudi Arabia are given dialogue status. On a geopolitical level this is heavily under-reported BIG NEWS.

    This is a shorter report, with no humor. I expect that James may address the SCO event when a) he finishes part II of the recent work, and b) it fits the wider narrative of whatever next piece of inspiration he offers us.

    Of course, both articles are referenced, and should you choose to look at them I hope you find the references of both interest and value. There is a rather interesting interview with James Bradley (author) included in there, which is worth reading by itself.

    Remember, its not the powers that should not be that are winning, its the bacteria!

    Have fun!!

  116. westerncivic says:

    And one more thing to ask about…


    Have you seen them? They look sort of like speakers, usually white in color I’ve noticed. I also believe they are electronic in nature given their effect on AM radio as experienced in more remote locations…

    RFD scanners?

    Hazardous materials scanners, like one used to see as a huge crane apparatus they wheeled out at large public gatherings?

    …molecule readers? 😮 you know they have those things. Used to be able to buy a pocket version on amazon for like $40. (Yes, DNA is a molecule) 😮

    Does my mind run away? Does anyone know about this?

    (I stay mobile and work almost exclusively with a phone, -upon which most search engines are now basically useless. 🤷‍♂️ please forgive my lack of preliminary research here… I’m sort of a travelling show at this point. ✌🤠✌)

  117. wolfgang says:

    There are new “2G” visitation-rules in some HOSPITALS in Germany – meaning you cannot visit your hospialized loved ones unless you are vaccinated or you recovered from Covid infection (and you need an electronic verification for your status). Not even a current test will allow you to enter
    (this can be read here and here in German).
    Why the university clinics in Frankfurt is such an avantgarde example for those strict rules, you might ask?
    Not only is it the alma mater for C. Drosten (during his doctoral thesis (ahem…)) and also S. Cisek, one of the most fierce mainstream narrative defenders who recently advanced to director of the medical virology at the clinics and to the board of directors for the society of virology ( No – behind all of this probably is the monetary pressure of such humanistic philanthropes like the Quandts, who generously give money to Cisek ( and the whole clinics (öffnet). You are probably well aware of the cross connections of the Quandts (owning the digital certificate company Entrust with the WEF, CFR and the who is who of current policy makers. Not to mention their dark past in German fascism (

  118. westerncivic says:

    Been working on this for 2 years… I’m not familiar with these particular folks, but I know there is great hope on this front….

    • westerncivic says:

      Interesting how this article tries to keep up the division narrative despite the unifying topic.

      On a related note… speaking especially to any anarchists out there… there are good reasons to attend BLM marches.

      Additionally, as the quotes in the article clearly demonstrate, these black leaders understand very well what fascism looks like. In addition to the moral imperatives calling for change, there are clear tactical advantages to letting those who come from oppressed underclasses to lead. To wit: they have more experiece dealing with the lawless machine.

      • cu.h.j says:

        I agree coming together is important and necessary to stop this run away freight train of tyranny. “Both sides” or people from all walks of life need to find points of unity.

        I don’t think the characterization of oppressed underclass is exactly correct. There are some brilliant contributions by black Americans to US music, culture, and science. Additionally, I would not say Oprah or Obama are oppressed, on the contrary have been able to join the elite overclass.

        I think poverty is more of a handicap than race is for social mobility in the US presently.

        I would gladly join a protest against vaccine passports. At one point in time, I donated to BLM after the killing of Oscar Grant by the BART cops. That incident was shameful and disgraceful and frankly evil. However, I no longer donate once I saw they got funding through open society and that they seemed to only be protesting for political power rather than justice.

        I lived through the 1992 Rodney King riots and am reluctant to go to racially charged protests to be honest. I think people need to boycott any business that checks papers for any customer. No one should have to carry papers for legitimacy.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I felt that BLM could have used donations to help poor people in Chicago, most of whom are black. It seemed like the money went to enrich some of the people at the top of the organization, rather than improve the lives of some of the most needy people in the community.

          If you ever get a chance, watch some documentaries about the poor people in Chicago. It’s pretty sad. They really need help and are ignored by politicians and wealthy organizations because helping them doesn’t send a political message I suppose.

  119. westerncivic says:

    Yesterday I accidentally posted this on last year’s September open thread… (Mr. Corbett very gracefully pointed out my my error. 😬😨🤦‍♂️)

    But I still think it important and would appreciate Corbetteer feedback…

  120. robster says:

    @Fawlty Towers: I cannot reply to your last reply, so I hope you see this.

    It appears that nothing I can say will be a “reasonable” explanation for you. That’s too bad. I wish you well, I have more important things to do than to convince you, as my country is rapidly degrading into a fascist, totalitarian, marxist technocracy. Perhaps you should be less convinced of yourself being right, and open up a bit more. I’m sure you will find the right path some day, you seem like a good person.

    @fitnessluz: I also cannot reply to your comment, looks like a limitation of the site. You say “What are your thoughts?”

    Well, I completely agree with the environmental causes, in the broadest way. EMF, toxic chemicals, malnutrition, stress, in my opinion all contribute to illness. Since every body is different, each and every one of us will experience illnesses (slightly) differently. Of course it makes some sense that when large numbers of people are exposed to the same stressors, similar symptoms might develop. Wuhan is a classic example of that, so is Hiroshima. I do not think there is one single root cause for all illnesses, but rather it’s a combination of the environmental factos combined with lifestyle.

    Regarding your husband: there is nothing I can say to that without knowing his lifestyle, his nutrition, his stress levels, etc., as well as for example placement of (new) 5G towers in your neighborhood or consumption of “medication”. Illness should be seen in a holistic way, not in a single cause as western “medicine” tries to reduce everything to – so it fits a diagnosis and thus a medication subscription. All the best!

    • mkey says:

      There is limit of about 5 nested replies. When the depth limit is reached, I usually better reply to the nearest parent comment.

      Anyhow, regardless of where one stands on the germ/no germ palette, I we can agree on the obvious: modern medicine is mostly about compartmentalization (a typical doctor will not see the bigger picture), treating/handling/masking symptoms by gross usage of oil industry byproducts all the while almost completely ignoring nutrition.

      Lets get real, too many people in this industry are willing to do what needs to be done for that paycheck.

      • robster says:

        Ah, that’s what I thought, thanks for confirming. 🙂

        Modern medicine is eugenics: making people sick and killing them while also profiting from the process. James also details this in various of his podcasts and videos.

        And yes, many actors (not humans) in especially in the higher echelons of the medical industry hierarchy are very corrupted and indeed only care about money and power. NPCs like that should be eradicated.

        For now, we must unite against the governments globally who are doing this to us. See–The-Biggest-Scam-in-History–Exposed_backup:9. We’ll discuss germs later, when they’re gone. 😉

  121. westerncivic says:

    Are not Black Lives Matter protesters correct about the police?

    Are you sure? #ACAB

    Please look at this and tell me howso or how not so.

    Looks just like Portland and Paris. They don’t care what side you’re on nor what your position is.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Just so you know…

      Friday September 24th
      It Never Happened: Photographer Who Took Viral Border Patrol ‘Whipping’ Photo Says Nobody Was Whipped

      The latest viral outrage over photographs of Border Patrol agents ‘whipping’ (now-moved) Haitian migrants with horse reins has just been debunked by the man who took the photo.

      The photographs, taken Sunday, appear to show agents on horses using horse reins to ‘corral’ Haitian migrants – sparking frenzied outrage from the left, including President Biden promising that the agents involved ‘will pay,’ and Vice President Kamala Harris calling for “consequences and accountability” in a Friday appearance on the Covid-stricken The View.

      Except, the entire thing is bullshit according to Las Cruces-based photographer Paul Ratje – who told KTSM it never happened.

      “Some of the Haitian men started running, trying to go around the horses,” he said, adding “I’ve never seen them whip anyone.”

      “He was swinging it, but it can be misconstrued when you’re looking at the picture.”

      The photos went viral on Monday, after a senior adviser to Rep. Julian Castro tweeted: “Border patrol is mounted on horseback rounding up Haitian refugees with whips,” adding “This is unfathomable cruelty towards people fleeing disaster and political ruin. The administration must stop this.”

      Footage of the incident, however, reveals this latest outrage is yet another exercise in virtue signaling from the left over yet another viral incident which was misconstrued in a knee-jerk reaction….

  122. nosoapradio says:

    This makes about as much sense as dancing nurses I guess:

    Covid tests will continue to be reimbursed without prescription for vaccinated adults and minors, Jean Castex announces
    By Le Figaro with AFP
    Published 8 hours ago, updated 7 hours ago

    Starting Oct. 15, non-vaccinated adults will be the only ones who need a prescription to get this reimbursement.

    “It is no longer legitimate to pay for over-the-top comfort tests at taxpayers’ expense.” Jean Castex confirmed on Sunday, September 26, the end of free “comfort” tests for Covid-19 on October 15, while specifying that they will continue to be reimbursed for medical reasons, without requiring a prescription for those vaccinated, in an interview with Les Echos .

    Those damned irresponsible non-vaxxed wasting our hard-earned money!

    • nosoapradio says:

      And the vaccine’s more efficient than natural immunity didn’t ya know!:

      “Coronavirus: Vaccine provides better protection against the virus than an infection

      People who have caught the coronavirus have a less protective level of antibodies than that given by the vaccine

      Vaccination against Covid-19 would give a better protection against the virus than a natural contamination alone. This is the result of a study conducted by the Toulouse University Hospital, published on September 21 in the Journal of Infection.

      The study was conducted on 8,758 caregivers by the hospital’s virology, occupational health and infectious diseases departments between June 2020 and July 2021. “After two doses of vaccine, 15 days after their second dose, no individual had a low concentration of total antibodies,” the study states. “Therefore, they were all at least 89.3 percent protected.”

      Refining health protocols
      “On the other hand 79.3% of previously infected but unvaccinated individuals had a level of protection against reinfection of only 12.4%,” adds the Toulouse University Hospital, quoted by Actu Toulouse. The researchers established protective antibody thresholds, which should allow authorities to adapt future vaccine and therapeutic strategies against Covid-19…”

    • mkey says:

      Just until recently they claimed testing was “free”, just like “vaccines”. If it wasn’t for the moving goal posts, we would have no goalposts at all.

  123. spider says:

    This from the FAA; don’t want adverse reactions from the pilot while flying the plane:

    The Federal Air Surgeon determined that FAA medical certificate holders may not act as pilot in command, or in any other capacity as a required flightcrew member, for 48 hours after each dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. The Federal Air Surgeon made this determination after evaluation of available medical information about these COVID-19 vaccines and potential side effects. As a result of this determination and consistent with 14 CFR § 61.53(a), each person subject to part 67 who receives the vaccine must wait 48 hours after each dose before acting as pilot in command or as a required flightcrew member.

  124. Steve Smith says:

    If there was such a thing as “super viral”. That is where this video of Brandy Vaughan should go. Brandy Vaughan was the young, single mother who was outspoken about her personal knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry and vaccines being a former representative.
    She “serendipitously” (like Kary Mullis) died of “natural causes” before the “pandemic” beset humanity.

    This is the sort of thing that will cause even the most diehard normie to sit up and listen.

    Of course keeping the attention of a normie long enough to watch a video is the real challenge.

  125. nosoapradio says:

    Just gonna put this whole (deepl translated) article as I couldn’t decide what wasn’t frighteningly typical and revealing. Taken from what is apparently Libération newspaper’s factchecking section:

    What do we know about the death of a 16-year-old high school student in Gardanne after her vaccination?

    Question asked by Juliette on September 27,

    You asked us to verify and contextualize the information that a 16 or 17 year old girl, enrolled in an agricultural high school in Gardanne, died on September 21, a few days after being vaccinated. Various messages share the idea that the link between the vaccination and the death would be established, and that the media conceal the existence of this event.

    On social networks, the death notice of this teenager, published by a funeral home, has been circulating massively for several days. There are her name and photo. In the messages left on the funeral home’s website, Internet users from outside the family circle are criticizing the vaccination policy. Others, on Twitter, suggest that the death is “following a Pfizer vaccination. Two heart attacks + thrombosis”.

    Investigations in progress
    The family, contacted by CheckNews, did not respond. Neither did the rectorat Aix-Marseille, solicited on several occasions. In the school, internal sources, in shock, evoke a drama whose circumstances are still not clear. Some are surprised that the information has not yet been reported, not even in the local press.

    continued in box below:

    • nosoapradio says:

      French teen-age girl’s death following covid injection continued:

      In fact, at this time, very few elements can be gathered on this event. The case is very recent and is not presented in the latest surveillance report of the French National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products (ANSM) (which presents data collected until September 16). However, we have been able to confirm that it has been reported to pharmacovigilance (such a report is justified by the proximity in time between the death and the vaccination), and that investigations on this case are ongoing.

      At this time, it is all the more difficult to give an opinion as there has not yet been an autopsy report. According to a source close to the case, the hypothesis of a pulmonary embolism (obstruction of a pulmonary artery by a blood clot) is privileged. If necessary, other examinations must determine if factors predisposed or not the young woman to coagulation disorders (taking of estroprogestative pill, in particular).

      No excess risk of thrombosis established for vaccines authorized for minors
      While an excess risk of certain rare thrombotic events (cerebral venous thrombosis, or CVT) has been established for young patients with viral vector vaccines (AstraZeneca or Janssen vaccines), this is not – to date – the case for messenger RNA vaccines, which are the only ones authorized for 12-17 year olds.

      In the latest pharmacovigilance report from the ANSM dedicated to the Pfizer vaccine, it is stated that “none of the cases transmitted to date” (1260 reports over eight months, including 631 pulmonary embolisms, for nearly 70 million injections) presents “characteristics comparable to those associated with adenoviral-based vaccines”. The authors state that only cerebral venous thrombosis is still subject to specific follow-up.

      During the two and a half months after the opening of vaccination to minors aged 12 to 17 years, only one death was reported to French pharmacovigilance (all authorized vaccines combined). The investigation concluded that this death was “related to the evolution of a chronic pathology already present before vaccination”, “no element transmitted [indicating] a potential role of the vaccine”.

      Well of course there’s no connection with the vaccine! She was probably just on the pill that little slut!

      heavy sigh.

      vaccine insult to injury… and death…

  126. HomeRemedySupply says:


    View the 7 minute VIDEO in this Tweet…
    Brave mom Stacy Langton revealed porn + pedophilia in library books. The board cut her mic + fled but I was able to record Stacy.

    Tweet taken from

    Stacy Langton refers to the Leander, Texas school.
    The Leander, TX story (and others) are here…

    14 year old Bobbie chews out the School Board because teacher(s) are brainwashing students into Antifa Communist ‘woke’ ideals.

  127. HomeRemedySupply says:

    — The Medicare Connection —
    [Chronic Care Management (CCM) & Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) relate to Medicare and Medicaid payments.] Older people in America automatically can get ‘free’ Medicare and Medicaid health care as part of Federal benefits.

    Whistleblower Lawsuit! Government Medicare Data Shows 48,465 DEAD Following COVID Shots – Remdesivir Drug has 25% Death Rate!
    …Ohio-based Attorney Thomas Renz was filing a federal lawsuit in Alabama based on a “sworn declaration, under threat of perjury,” from an alleged whistleblower who claims to have inside knowledge of a cover-up of reported deaths filed with the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
    Attorney Renz spoke at an event in Colorado this past weekend, and stated that more whistleblowers have now come forward, and that the death rate with those taking the COVID-19 vaccines is much higher than they originally thought.
    Presenting data that he claims comes directly from the CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) database, there have been 48,465 deaths among CMS beneficiaries within 14 days of a 1st or 2nd dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
    There are about 59.4 million Americans covered by Medicare, representing 18.1% of the population, so these are staggering numbers!…

    VIDEO –

    Medicare Connection
    See this…
    Dr. Ardis: The Medical Industry Is Responsible For ‘Covid’ Deaths

    …and see this…

  128. spider says:


    Over 7,200 doctors & scientists have signed the Rome Declaration.

  129. wolfgang says:

    doubts, scientific discourse, free speech – all gone. In the name of THE science and every outlier gets censored by the arbiters and watchdogs (and probably soon enough the ministry) of the one singular truth.
    And I quote Julie Pace from this article
    “Being a fact-based news organization does not mean that everybody on every side of an issue gets equal hearing, gets equal voice,‘ she continued. ‚In certain cases, the facts are just really clear, and we want to make sure that we are amplifying the facts and not muddying the facts. So Covid vaccines are safe. Climate change is real. There was no widespread fraud in the U.S. election. Those are not political positions; those are fact-based positions.‘“

    And this religious zealot (mixing her Christian and Covidian beliefs) is supposed to lead millions of US citizens – God have mercy…

    Last but not least: The German parliamentary elections (probably fraudulent to a substantial extent as in all “democracies”) saw the only party (without explicitly right-wing nationalistic tendencies – as in: the AfD) who are determined to end the Scamdemic bs (e.g. Die Basis) come in at 1.4%. Good night Germany.

  130. seasons says:

    My experience of being told by social media platforms to get rid of conspiracy theories, misinformation, and anti-vax content was like Mr. Burns telling Don Mattingly to get rid of his sideburns.

    The Simpsons- Don Mattingly Sideburns

  131. westerncivic says:

    In rural Wyoming today. Only one radio station of any strength, a strong AM country music signal…

    The Ag report comes on with much fanfare. Top story “good news” FDA approves new regimen of swine vaccines.

  132. travis.h.bray says:

    WHO Immunization Agenda 2030 – A global strategy to leave no one behind

    “Through collective endeavour by all stakeholders, we will achieve the vision for the decade: A world where everyone, everywhere, at every age, fully benefits from vaccines for good health and well-being.”

  133. Steve Smith says:

    I think Del Bigtree does a good job of explaining why it doesn’t make sense to focus on the germ/terrain issue around the 7:50 mark in this video.

    While listening to the always convincing and delightful Dr. Sam tonight. I realized that it really doesn’t make any difference which theory I subscribe to anyway.
    If someone who has only known the germ theory wants to live a long and healthy life they will make choices that are likely to give them the best chance to make it happen.
    If someone who subscribes to the terrain theory wants to live a long healthy life. They will make the same exact choices won’t they?
    Seriously, I don’t think trying to convince a world that has been programmed to believe in the existence of viruses that there is no such thing is a very good strategy for fighting the government tyranny that we currently are dealing with. Even if the terrain theory is absolutely true. Which it seems likely to be.
    For a respected journalist who is trying wake people up to the truth about the state. It makes no sense at all to “pick sides” as some would like to see James Corbett do.

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