September Open Thread (2022)

08/29/2022514 Comments

OK, if you're seeing this thread at the time I'm posting it, you'll know that it's not quite September yet. But as you know by now, I'm hard at work finishing up Part 3 of the Al Qaeda documentary (and so is Broc!), so no newsletter this weekend or next. In the meantime, feel free to start in on the September Open Thread.

And as a reminder, I'll be doing a livestream watch along of all three parts of the documentary with Ryan Cristian of TheLastAmericanVagabond.com. The schedule is:

Sunday, August 28th @ 8:00 PM Eastern

False Flags: A Secret History of Al Qaeda - Part 1 Watch along and Q&A

Sunday, September 4th @ 8:00 PM Eastern

False Flags: A Secret History of Al Qaeda - Part 2 Watch along and Q&A

Sunday, September 11th @ 8:00 PM Eastern

False Flags: A Secret History of Al Qaeda - Part 3 Watch along and Q&A

And here is the page where you will be able to access those live streams:

https://www.thelastamericanvagabond.com/secret-history-alqaeda-series/

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Related to “September Open Thread” script…

    LINK – from Wednesday August 24, 2022
    Corbett Pirate Streams – #SolutionsWatch
    https://www.corbettreport.com/solutionswatch-corbettpirate/
    Last year, Ryan Cristian of The Last American Vagabond appeared on #SolutionsWatch to introduce you to the concept of YouTube Pirate Streams. This year, Ryan is back to talk about how the concept has developed and expanded . . . and to introduce some upcoming #CorbettPirateStreams where James and Ryan will be doing a watch along and Q&A on False Flags: A Secret History of Al Qaeda. Be there or be square!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      LINK – UPDATE
      Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri
      https://www.corbettreport.com/nwnw20220825/#comment-139211

    • bta says:

      Hi Friends,

      I have come to realize why we love James’ work (and of course him, as well).
      With all of the information necessary to put apparently disparate threads together to form a simple and over-arching pattern (Cui Bono),most people simply cannot see the big picture. James has helped me see these patterns, and helps us all feel connected to others with an open-minded, scientific intellect.

      Since I teach physics, I call the ubiquitous propaganda the Noise to Signal ratio (the reciprocal of SNR). When people like Noam Chomsky (who taught me The Manufacture of Consent) cannot even see the blaringly obvious signal, we know that we are in trouble.

      James thank you for all of your work. Bruce

      Does anyone have the link to the video clip of the CIA director (1975 perhaps) testifying before Congress and admitting the  CIA funds domestic “news”?

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        bta says:
        Does anyone have the link to the video clip of the CIA director (1975 perhaps) testifying before Congress and admitting the CIA funds domestic “news”?

        I would start by using The Corbett Report “Search Bar”.
        Here is Search Results for ‘church committee’
        https://www.corbettreport.com/?s=church+committee

        For example:
        See the video and explore the transcript with its links.
        Corbett’s March 2017 How the CIA Plants News Stories in the Media
        https://www.corbettreport.com/how-the-cia-plants-news-stories-in-the-media/

        If any links are dead, then plug the link’S URL into the WAYBACK MACHINE.
        https://archive.org/
        You may have to try different dates, especially for videos.
        It sometimes takes awhile for the page to fully load.

        Sometimes utilizing “Ctrl & F” will help you find keywords on the webpage page.

        Sometimes the comment section contains nuggets if the poster gave a good description of the link.

        I most often use PRESEARCH Search Engine especially for finding CorbettReport.com related items, both from posters and from Corbett.
        I heard about Presearch from James Corbett in his SolutionsWatch.
        https://presearch.com/search?q=corbettreport.com+presearch
        PRESEARCH gives you an option to quickly try another search engine.

        Of course, you can also try Odysee and Bitchute to see if you can find a video like:
        “CIA Funding and Manipulation of the U.S. News Media”

        bta,
        When you find a clean video clip, please post it for the rest of us.
        Be sure to include its title and any description.

  2. nosoapradio says:

    See no evil, Speak no evil….smell no evil…?

    ?

    Felt like posting this too:

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

    • cu.h.j says:

      That made me laugh, thanks!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Here in 2022, that revisit to TV Show Music of the 1960’s was soothing!
      I remember watching The Monkees on TV.

      Visuals from the TV show
      The Monkees – Theme Song edited to Full Length (1966)
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKs43dHBSWA

      • nosoapradio says:

        blast from the past… I remember vaguely a lot of those scenes… but the one I remember most I don’t recall seeing in that video: when they slide down a slide and … into water…? But it aired when I was 2 to 4 years old so my memory’s not clear… I just loved that show though. I remember feeling very happy when it came on. the opposite of “Dark Shadows” that my Mom was watching at the time. She always sent me out of the room when she did but I remember seeing a scene of someone putting a pin in a woman’s head…which did indeed haunt my sleeping hours… and of course the opening credits, particularly the music and the mood:

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfEF-u16umg

        It’s amazing the jingles and images of advertising and TV shows that are still in my head from before the age of 4… I mean, it just shows how effective this medium is. and how powerful the brain is too… It’s also like a time machine because when I listen to them, all of my senses light up from that time, the midget that I was thrust back in NYC penthouse, the shadow of the strain between my parents…strange sensation…

        but enough reminiscing! hamsterwheel duties await!

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          nosoapradio says:
          “It’s amazing the jingles and images of advertising and TV shows that are still in my head from before the age of 4… I mean, it just shows how effective this medium is. and how powerful the brain is too… It’s also like a time machine because when I listen to them, all of my senses light up from that time, the midget that I was thrust back in NYC penthouse, the shadow of the strain between my parents…strange sensation…”

          I really grasp what you are saying. And also the attached emotional atmosphere surrounding of far past memories. Emotions, sights, sounds, smells, locations, sensations…different things with different memories will stand out for me.
          I am amazed at how far back a person can recall things. I sometimes surprise myself.

          Like a kid, everytime I hear The Magnificent Seven Theme Music, the bold courage juices revamp.
          https://odysee.com/@william:5/The-Magnificent-Seven-Theme-%E2%80%A2-Elmer-Bernstein:8
          (With movie visuals)

          “The Magnificent Seven” – 1960
          Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, Robert Vaughn, James Coburn.
          Eli Wallach was the bad guy (and is well known for “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”).
          Elmer Bernstein’s film score was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Score, and is listed on the American Film Institute’s list of the top 25 American film scores.

      • ksmen says:

        Davie Jones was dreamy and their music was so groovy!!

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          😉

        • G. Jingping says:

          There was more to that groovy scene than you can imagine. For a real eye opener on the 60’s music and culture phenomenon, read Dave McGowan’s book “Weird Scenes from the Canyon”. I lived through that time as a kid, but I always thought that there was more to this music scene than met the eye. McGowan’s book shows that there were a lot of powerful government entities and people behind what appeared to be just an organic hippie movement. Just one example; what famous singer was the son of Admiral Morrison, whose naval task force ran the false flag that got the Vietnam War into high gear?

    • vadoum says:

      I get “video unavailable”?

      hal must of figured out there’s no need to encourage more monkee business.

  3. nosoapradio says:

    From SciTech Daily:

    Scientists Grow “Synthetic” Embryo With Brain and Beating Heart – Without Eggs or Sperm
    By University of Cambridge on Aug 27, 2022

    [extract]

    “…The stem cells self-organized into structures that progressed through the successive developmental stages until they had beating hearts and the foundations of the brain They also had the yolk sac where the embryo develops and gets nutrients from in its first weeks. Unlike other synthetic embryos, the Cambridge-developed models reached the point where the entire brain, including the anterior portion, began to develop. This is a further point in development than has been achieved in any other stem cell-derived model.

    According to the team, their results could help researchers understand why some embryos fail while others go on to develop into a healthy pregnancy. In addition, the results could be used to guide the repair and development of synthetic human organs for transplantation. The study, which is the result of more than a decade of research that progressively led to more and more complex embryo-like structures, was reported on August 25, 2022, in the journal Nature.

    “Our mouse embryo model not only develops a brain, but also a beating heart, all the components that go on to make up the body,” said Zernicka-Goetz, Professor in Mammalian Development and Stem Cell Biology in Cambridge’s Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience. “It’s just unbelievable that we’ve got this far. This has been the dream of our community for years, and major focus of our work for a decade and finally we’ve done it.”…”

    https://scitechdaily.com/scientists-grow-synthetic-embryo-with-brain-and-beating-heart-without-eggs-or-sperm/amp/#aoh=16617005029687&csi=1&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From%20%251%24s

    I think the sentence that sent the iciest chill up my spine was:

    “…This has been the dream of our community for years…”

    I just wonder what the difference is between “embryo-like” and “embryo”…? and if it matters?

    • cu.h.j says:

      I looked into this revelation with the lab generated embryo like thing and I understood the difference is that it doesn’t develop past a certain stage because it lacks the other part of the genome and also because they can’t recreate the environment in the lab. There are lots of things they say might be beneficial but that’s probably not why they are researching this. They want life extension technology and organ replacement, for themselves.

      It sounds like something out of Blade Runner, the synthetic replicant. Very weird. I think the ethics of this are very questionable. To some they say “it’s an insult to the creator” or such types of arguments. To me the ethics are around what they plan to do with it and use it for and also if something has a heart beat, does this mean it’s alive? It’s sort of like the abortion issue.

      I don’t know the answer to this question. There are lots of people being kept alive in vegetative states that have beating hearts, but is that being “alive?” I would say in those cases no. I’ve worked with vegetative people. They are not “alive.” Their “soul” is not detectable, the processes are automatic and robotic.

      Maybe it’s a case by case basis kind of thing. I think motives matter too. Maybe there are certain cases to do things that are morally questionable. Like, if my mom needed a heart and I bought a lab grown organ in a synthetic embryo, does that make me a bad person? I would want her to live and would probably buy it at any cost. What if it was someone’s child? Interesting line of thought.

      • cu.h.j says:

        Another line of thought is that, it creates the view of life as being a type of mechanical process. That is a reductionist view, that can be used to dehumanize perhaps.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I could be wrong but I didn’t think they were growing a fertilized egg in the lab, I thought they were growing it from non embryonic stem cells. But maybe I am wrong. I’ll have to do more research.

      Sounds like they are using a fertilized mouse egg and growing it out in the lab. So the only difference is that it’s being grown outside the mouse.

      I don’t think an ethics committee would allow this in humans, only in some underground lab somewhere.

      Humans are more complex than mice however.

      • cu.h.j says:

        It’s very unethical to grow a human in a lab, harvest the organs and dispose of the rest of it. That’s pretty gross actually and in retrospect, if that’s how they were growing the organ, I probably wouldn’t accept it.

        That might be considered murder if the entity could grow into a viable life form.

        Aren’t there other ways to develop organs that are maybe regenerated from a persons own stem cells? I though that there was some research being done in that area that seemed a little less creepy. Non embryonic stem cells are pretty interesting.

        • nosoapradio says:

          A reply to you would merit contemplation and thoughtful remarks, much more than I can invest at the moment but I’ll say really off-the-cuff for the moment, it makes me think more of the movie The Island. And as I understood it, skimming the article, these are biologically real mouse stem cells that are “encouraged” to specialize in a certain manner as to create a full brain cooperating with a heart and a viable map of the other organs. Have you ever seen that scene with Sigourney Weaver suffering agony as a chimera in some top secret government lab? I can’t remember what movie it was…
          But, yea, as long as we don’t know what these entities can “feel” or even just “experience” in some unimaginable way…as long as we don’t know if the mechanistic analysis of the universe is accurate, then I have trouble understanding how anyone can “dream” of creating viable life forms of this sort, viable at least to the stage they’re talking about, whatever species they may be.
          But that’s just my overly naive, idealistic, even childishly selective and romantic vision of the universe.
          I still eat chicken and beef and gasp! raw oysters with tabasco sauce!
          and then there’s the growth of Brittany Spears meat for consumption in that horrific horror movie by Brandon Cronenberg, Antiviral…
          I think it all may succeed in driving me to veganism and cricket flour… but gotta stick with the hamsterwheel pellets for the moment…

          • nosoapradio says:

            ps: from a highly evolved ethical standpoint I guess we can all just hide behind the word “synthetic” for now.

            • cu.h.j says:

              nosoapradio,

              Thanks for the reply. I think I understand what they are doing now. Thanks for the clarification. They seem to be building out the tissue with their own manipulation, rather than natural development. Of course, I think they want to do this in humans which is similar to a “man made” or man influenced “life form.”

              I really think that even if their intentions are good, for organ transplants and to learn more about embryology, the technology will be used if it can even be done (which I have doubts) for nefarious purposes. And I suppose there is a “religious” point of view that perhaps should also be considered.

              But some people aren’t religious or even very spiritual, but they can still consider “what makes life special” and should scientists be trying to find the “mechanism” of how to create a potential or actual life form? And if they find JC’s website they can learn about the agendas of the people who want this technology.

              With respect to meat eating, I have resumed a full diet of beef, chicken, eggs, fish, etc. because my health has improved by eating meat again. I eat meat that is as ethically butchered as possible. I respect that another life form, with a soul has died so that I can eat and be healthier hopefully I can improve the life of other souls with better health.

              And I also look at other meat eating mammals as the example that it is perhaps natural to kill to eat. I completely understand why people choose against killing animals to eat for ethical purposes. But, is plants are alive too and some people’s bodies become weak, malnourished and unhealthy with a vegan diet. Mine did anyway. My point is that, I don’t think you are being unethical by eating meat.

              • cu.h.j says:

                I meant that they will try to apply this technology with humans and exploit it for unethical purposes and I have doubts about the viability of it since I think human beings are extremely complex and they probably lack understanding of vast complex processes.

                Like how the CRISPER gene editing might cause cancer. I think that some of the scientists might be well meaning and may want to do this research to help people.

      • Steve Smith says:

        Here’s a report that Dan Dicks, (Press For Truth) did a while back on the subject.

        https://www.corbettreport.com/august-open-thread-2022/#comment-138209

        • cu.h.j says:

          I saw that. I was not compelled by the Biblical argument. Not that it’s wrong or wrong for people to feel compelled by it, but for me the ethics are around cruelty, devaluation of life, and likely uses of such technology.

          Offending the creator was not something that really spoke to me. Cruelty to a potential life form and using a life form as a disposable piece of tissue is not ethical. I think the magic is in the chemistry of life, not outside of it. Therefore, if the “synthetic embryo” is a type of life form, it could have some consciousness. They are trying to make a life form without consciousness “soul” which is very weird and shows lack of consideration for what life is and if it’s important or not.

          I guess I’m saying that there is a sanctity of life that exists within the life form itself and that this idea transcends any particular religious belief. I thought appealing to someones religious orientation alone was narrow. Someone could say “I don’t read the bible” Or I’m not Christian, so why is this wrong?

          He didn’t really elaborate enough as to why it’s wrong.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I think I understand his points about how this type of experiment is disrespectful to the creator (what ever that might be, a spark, an intelligence, a universal consciousness of all living things, a man in the sky looking down on us, etc.). But I think that it kind of cheapens the miracle that life is and reduces it down to a mechanistic process.

          This thing that they are making in the lab, they say it’s grown without an egg or sperm, so maybe technically it’s not “alive” or wouldn’t have consciousness but it just opens the door to more weirdness.

          I think it’s like the mRNA tech, getting people used to this weird tech and accepting this kind of cyborg stuff. I think it should be shut down, just leave it alone. Maybe some things shouldn’t be done. Maybe they can’t be done. I do think there’s an intelligence in nature that some humans are jealous of, they want to surpass it and understand it and manipulate it. Sometimes just accepting that some things can never be will save people the angst.

          Maybe there are other ways to improve organ transplants, which I think do help a lot of people get more time on the earth, sometimes even decades. Maybe some of these scientists should really think about what they are spending their time on and if it will be used for bad purposes.

        • nosoapradio says:

          thanks Steve Smith!

          Hadn’t seen that! Will take a look at first opportunity!

  4. HomeRemedySupply says:

    – HEALTH –
    Sideline the Case Against Sugar and Carbohydrates…
    The Strong Case Against Plant Seed Oils (Omega-6 oils – LA linoleic acid)

    Definition: Tallow is rendered beef, goat or sheep fat, while lard is rendered pork fat (or duck fat).

    Dr Chris Knobbe’s presentation August 2021
    Omega-6 Apocalypse 2:
    Are Seed Oil Excesses the Unifying Mechanism for Overweight and Virtually All Chronic Disease?

    (46 minutes)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKR1ZdHXXzo

    DESCRIPTION
    Over the past 150 years, we’ve witnessed the evolution of pandemics of chronic degenerative, metabolic, and noncommunicable disease (NCD). Ample evidence supports the conclusion that coronary heart disease, cancers, metabolic disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and many other chronic diseases have risen from medical rarity to the most common causes of chronic disease and death.
    During this same time frame, we’ve witnessed industrially produced seed oils, rich in omega-6 fatty acids, elevate to occupy up to one-fourth to one-third of human consumption, or more. Such oils rarely existed anywhere prior to the American Civil War, globally.
    Virtually all chronic degenerative diseases have in common one primary metabolic defect, namely, mitochondrial dysfunction. Seed oil and high omega-6 is a known driver of mitochondrial dysfunction, as evidenced in many studies. Furthermore, an examination of food consumption patterns in many nations strongly indicates that seed oils are by far the greatest factor in such chronic disease. An examination of food consumption in Japan leads to no other obvious conclusion. Could omega-6 rich seed oils, consumed to excess, be the common precipitating factor for most all chronic disease, via multiple mechanisms, including the fact that they are pro-oxidative, proinflammatory, cytotoxic, genotoxic, mutagenic, atherogenic, thrombogenic, and obesogenic? The evidence is compelling.

    From Dr Chris Knobbe’s ”Cure AMD Foundation” WEBSITE:
    Dr. Knobbe Presents, ‘Macular Degeneration – Preventable & Treatable – With an Ancestral Diet?’ at Weston A. Price Foundation’s Annual Conference – Wise Traditions – 2017
    TRANSCRIPT with SLIDES for fast reading
    https://www.cureamd.org/dr-knobbe-presents-macular-degeneration-preventable-treatable-with-an-ancestral-diet-at-weston-a-price-foundations-annual-conference-wise-traditions-2017/
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Dr MERCOLA footnoted the presentation by Dr Chris Knobbe in the following late July 2022 article.
    The first footnote is James Corbett’s “How & Why Big Oil Conquered The World“

    Difficult Times Ahead — How to Break Free From the System
    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/07/joseph-mercola/difficult-times-ahead-how-to-break-free-from-the-system/

    A point that both Mercola and Dr. Knobbe make is that the Omega 6 plant oils accumulate in the body’s fat clusters (adipose). It can take a long time for a person to ‘detox’ this quantity of an unhealthy ratio of oil types.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      MERCOLA Article EXCERPTS
      Health Tip No. 2: Cut Seed Oils From Your Diet

      If you’re worried about getting sunburn from all this sun exposure, this next talking point will offer relief, because the No. 1 cause of sunburn is excessive intake of seed oils and other foods high in linoleic acid (LA). This includes oils like canola, safflower, corn oil and many others.

      The LA actually gets incorporated into your cellular membranes, and if you have high levels of LA in your cells, you’re going to be more prone to both sunburn and skin cancer. While LA has a half-life of about two years, and can take up to seven years to get rid of completely, many will notice a difference in the amount of sun they can tolerate fairly rapidly once they cut this fat from their diet.

      That said, sunburn may be the least of your problems if you’re consuming high amounts of LA, as it acts as an overall metabolic poison.3 This will be one of the major subjects of my next book. I am actually hoping to give it to you for free in celebration of our 25th anniversary.

      Seed oils, courtesy of the LA, are incredibly proinflammatory4 and drive oxidation in your body. This oxidation, in turn, triggers mitochondrial dysfunction that then drives the disease process.5,6,7,8,9,10,11 Anything over 10 to 15 grams a day is likely to cause problems in the long run, and the average American is eating 80 grams a day.

      Your body also breaks down LA into harmful subcomponents called advanced lipid oxidation end products (ALEs) and oxidized LA metabolites (OXLAMs), which can cause significant damage at the cellular level.

      For example, an ALE called 4HNE is a mutagen known to cause DNA damage, and OXLAMs are cytotoxic, genotoxic, mutagenic, carcinogenic, thrombogenic, atherogenic and obesogenic.12 In fact, one of the primary reasons for the obesity epidemic in the U.S. is the overwhelming amount of LA being consumed on a daily basis.

      In addition to all of that, most seed oils are made from genetically engineered crops, making them a significant source of toxic glyphosate. Aside from cooking oils, the primary sources of LA are processed foods (any food containing or cooked in seed oil) and conventionally raised chicken and pork (as they’re fed a lot of corn).

  5. studiotwoseven says:

    Does anybody have any advice for how to find a trustworthy financial advisor – CPA or otherwise? Gotta retire soon, gotta get my money (PERS pension) in a safe place. Any advice? Thanks!

    • MinistryOfFumble says:

      I have long since decided that my pension etc..is lost.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Here’s an agorist list that might have a CPA. I don’t know any personally. I’ll post it here, but you can also go to Peter Schiff’s website too. I think his take on the economy is more sound than most.

      https://agorist.market/

    • Duck says:

      studiotwoseven
      “…Any advice?…”

      The ONLY pension plan that will (probably) still be paying out in ten years is yourself nd your social capital..anything you can get on pensions is just gonna be a bonus:

      If you have tooth issues get them fixed (coconut oil pulling works wonders too), if you have eye glasses get extra pairs at Zenni Optical online, if your dependent on Med’s find out which you can eliminate, reduce or replace with herbs or exercise, cut down on carbs and eliminate sugar and start exercising.

      I do not want to black pill you too much but its probably too late to buy precious metals, too early to buy land or houses (and who knows what your cash flow will be when THAT crash arrives?) and who knows whats gonna happen with crypto? The stock market is a scam and your cash savings are having 18 to 20 cents stolen per dollar by inflation…. your best bet is to invest in your health and in family and friends who can reciprocate.

  6. scpat says:

    How is everyone’s freedom preparations, if you will, going since the start of Covid?

    As for me, several months ago I moved to a liberty-oriented region of a highly conservative state and have began to build a network of relationships with other people who are looking to build freedom like I am. Within the various groups in the region, I am going to meetups at least a couple times a month. The meetups involve trading in silver, crypto, or bartering. The people here are serious about not wasting time and aggressively building out the counter economy.

    I have also prepped food for the first time in my life. I have an approximate 6-month supply of various foods stored in oxygen absorbed mylar bags. I have invested in a nice firearm and stocked up on ammo. Now in the process of selling my sedan in order to purchase a truck that will be more practical for the times we face ahead.

    I would love to hear from members of the Corbett community on their approach to preparing for the worst, or for simply shifting their lifestyle to live more aligned with their values.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Sounds like you’re ahead of me. I have not been able to move yet because of delays in getting all of my utilities working in my new place. But they are getting done and the community is really nice, very liberty oriented group.

      I have some food stored for emergencies but not 6 months. That’s pretty good. I have communication equipment and learning how to use it.

      I’m hoping to be moved in at the start of the next year or sooner. I have gold and silver and other valuable metals for trade. Learning to reload and having the supplies to do so is also good, since you can trade ammo and guns too for other things. They are also a store of value and can be collectibles too.

      • scpat says:

        Oh, so you already have a new home in a new location? That’s awesome. What area of the country did you choose?

        Communication equipment is something I haven’t thought too much about yet, but I really should be looking into it. I’ve heard good things about HAM radio for communication.

        • cu.h.j says:

          Yeah, get a radio and get your HAM license. You’ll find a bunch of other people who are into that and if phones and stuff go down you’ll be able to use it.

          I’ll be in the Arizona desert, very brutal terrain but also very beautiful.

          • scpat says:

            I’ll look into that.

            Yes, that is a very beautiful area. When I was a kid I visited the Phoenix and Sedona areas. That scenery gives me a sense of calm solitude.

            • cu.h.j says:

              Cool, I think you’ll like HAM radio. As long as you’re not in the cities in Arizona, the hot summers aren’t quite as brutal. The concrete makes things so much worse. I love the solitude and the quiet. Rattlesnakes will take some getting used to. Some people say some of them can be aggressive but I haven’t experienced that yet. I haven’t been very fearful of them but maybe that’s a mistake.

              I think it would be cool to form a nation wide network of people to trade with and form community with.

              • scpat says:

                I always respect rattlesnakes greatly. They can strike you in a millisecond if you aren’t careful. Also, there are plenty of scorpions in Arizona. My childhood friend who lived there for several years told me that people knock their shoes out before they put them on because scorpions like to seek shelter in those types of places.

                As for a nationwide trade network, that sounds like something we will eventually need to create in proper fashion if we in the freedom community really want to thrive. There already are things like it, such as the groups AgoristMarket and ShopAgorist on Telegram, which include people from all over the country and probably the world. Also in my area, there is a Telegram group dedicated to Buying, Selling, and Trading within the region, which encompasses around 9,000 sq. miles.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            When I was a kid in far west Texas getting ready for school, I grabbed my shoes and sat down in the living room to put them on.
            I heard a dirt clod rattling around inside the shoe. I stuck my hand in to pry it out.
            “Ouwww!” I started screaming and dancing around holding my hand while the scorpion was doing donuts on the living room floor.
            My brothers were in awe at the spectacle.
            My Mother calmly went over and smashed the scorpion.

            I’m crying and whelping about the sting on the palm of my hand. My Mother gets some “Sting Stopper” and rubs some on it. The pain went away shortly, but I feigned injured. Mom says: “Now go get ready for school.”
            I came back with, “But Mom! I can’t go to school. I got stung by a SCORPION!”

            Anyway, I ended up a tad late for school which was a walk up the street near the mesa.
            Even my classmates and teacher weren’t impressed.
            I just couldn’t get any mileage out that scorpion sting.

            • nosoapradio says:

              Awesome anecdote. Very well described. Reminds me of when I unknowingly lay down in a field of scorpions in Provence to look at the stars. It was midnight after an outdoor theater performance and I was about to sleep in my new studio standing like a wart in the middle of this same field. When I got up to turn on the outdoor light of the front door, I saw the inner walls between the door and the screen door were absolutely blanketed with little black scorpions. Apparently they go there to escape the intense heat of the provence summer sun. When I got inside my little studio and grabbed a broom and swept them all away, there were still a handful inside my apartment with their little tails up seemingly threatening me as I crouched on my bed gathering courage to deal with them too. Fortunately scorpions don’t disgust me the way spiders do. OH! which reminds me that I have an Arizona desert spider story to tell one day!! Maybe the closest I ever came to dying!! … maybe… Anyhow, I never laid down in the field again and never with such carefree insouciance to gaze up at the heavens.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Oh! Oh!…I get the heebies with the mental pictures while reading that. “…blanketed with little black scorpions…”

                I am very curious about that Arizona spider incident.

                I’ve had many, many encounters with snakes, but sometimes spiders can be a bit unnerving.
                35 years ago down in Uvalde, my son had more guts than I when it came to spiders…
                https://www.corbettreport.com/nwnw20220609/#comment-135617

          • nosoapradio says:

            I totally concur.

            I don’t know if it’s a strategic choice given water issues that I haven’t looked into but

            My time spent in Tucson, as a motorcycle passenger constantly riding around the area, up and down Mount Lemmon, eastward to New Mexico, northward towards scottsdale and flagstaff, southward to Nogales and of course, westward towards Tijuana were the best years of my life and I’m always sort of wondering why I left… I mean, I know why I left but, I’ve always missed that area and thought, if I ever went back to the states (which won’t happen) but theoretically, if I ever went back, it would, without the shadow of a doubt, be to Arizona, though the water issues niggle my imagination. But they’re probably just total fantasy.

            Anyhow, Congrats!! I envy you moving to the Arizona desert! Have a blast!

            • cu.h.j says:

              Thank you! I will try to enjoy myself more when I get there. It’s so quiet there. I remember going camping in the desert years ago and I always was surprised how quiet and how clear the skies were. I remember thinking to myself how it would be nice to live out here and when I had to opportunity to buy something pretty affordable I jumped on it. Part of me will miss CA that seemed pretty normal before all this nightmare we’ve been dealing with.

              • nosoapradio says:

                The skies are clear and the sunsets unrivalled! And the monsoons! Two weeks in April and two in July and/or August as I vaguely recall accurately or inaccurately… The wind that bends the palm trees just minutes before the wall of rain that arrives like clockwork at around 4 in the afternoon for 20 minutes of deluge, people crossing the streets with water up to their knees… I remember sitting on some rock ledges up at the top of Mount Lemmon watching hawks and/or eagles turn in the air, other moments sitting I can’t remember where, in the late evening, looking down at the grid of lights that was the city of Tucson which has exploded in size since I was there in 1982-85. Looking at the city lights from the heights of the outskirts and listening to Peter Gabriel’s Solsbury Hill, drinking beers… oh… my heart aches when I think of it!

    • Lord D. Rothefeller says:

      In all honesty, if you are not more focused on the foundational aspects of survival you are in real trouble. No one is going to care about metals or “crypto” in a serious SHTF situation.

      For example, during the Bosnian war, many individuals traded candles as something with great value. After a few months, people weren’t trading candles because people got used to the dark. How well are cryptos going to work when the grid doesn’t work?

      Water, Food, Food preservation, security, medicine, & psychological relief (music, books etc).

      I think this book (link below) will be a real eye-opener for many in this community. I believe Richard Grove said it best at the beginning of the Covid pyop, “We haven’t seen anything yet. Covid is like a level 1-2 and they plan on going spinal tap level 11.”

      I’ll gladly provide further thoughts if there are any questions but here are my simple solutions (you can never be fully prepared for anything).

      1. Water = High capacity Rainwater collection. The average person needs 2-3 gallons per day between drinking, cooking, washing. Do the math.

      2. Food = Creating a close looped system. Korean Natural Farming from Dr. Cho seems to be the best IMO. It allows you to create all inputs (LAB, JADAM, fish hydrolysate, etc). It takes a couple years to build up soil. Have you started? The average person eats 750 lbs of food per year. How many people do you have? Do the math.

      3. Food preservation = Pickling, fermenting, dehydrating, pressure canning, cellar storage. Canning and preservation hardware is becoming hard to find. It also is a skill that needs to be learned or you can die done incorrectly E.g. botulism.

      4. Medicine & Hygiene = You can easily die from a small cut if you cannot clean it properly. This is the most overlooked aspect in terms of being in a rough situation. Stress, poor nutrition, sleep etc will only make you less healthy. If you are sick, you are in trouble without a “tribe” and meds.

      5. Security = Become “grey man” and do not trust anyone that isn’t close family/friends. The concept of a “wolf prepper” is real and there are MANY ex-military that have admitted they believe stuff is going to go down but they don’t care because they have a plan with other ex-military to come to take whoever has prepared the most.

      IMO One of the biggest reasons why the liberty movement hasn’t “won” against the parasite class is the inaction and lack of self suffiency. The only way we win is to starve the system.

      https://ia601005.us.archive.org/34/items/TheSHTFAnthologySelco/The%20SHTF%20Anthology%20-%20Selco.pdf

      • scpat says:

        Thanks for your input, but you are missing the point regarding exchanging alternative currencies. That in and of itself is very important, however, another element of that activity is the relationships that are built in the process. No lone wolf is going to survive long. We need community and strength in numbers, and that is half of what is created by exchanging crypto, silver, etc. with others.

        • Lord D. Rothefeller says:

          yes, I agree with what you are saying but if you don’t have enough food and water there is no community. That should be #1. I agree with having numbers as Selco (book) often explains to the listener that no matter how well prepared you are, if you are alone, you are dead.

          I think you are doing a good job with developing the community and building trust but unless you have your own community coin backed by community resources it just doesn’t make sense to me in the coming years. You cannot eat metals. You cannot eat digital currency.

          Just my 2 cents. I appreciate the response and push-back dialog.

          • scpat says:

            Good points. It sounds like you have some things figured out. How are your real-life preparations related to what we have been discussing going?

            • Lord D. Rothefeller says:

              They are going pretty well overall but like many, I could do more with more resources. I started when covid happened, I believed it was the start of it all.

              I am glad I started 3ish years ago because I’ve refined and made some mistakes. I follow 2 main principles now. 1. Closed Loop Systems 2. Grey Man.

              Here is an example of what I consider a mistake (due to my approach)… I started off getting wood, making fire bricks, and building a rocket stove to cook and boil water with. I later abandoned this approach (I’ll keep it as backup) because it would mean that I would always need wood to burn and I would be creating smoke/smell which is a violation of both of my principles. I have since designed and built my own solar oven (silver reflecting mirrors) and solar stove with a fresnel lens.

              Even with the perfect plan, you can run into major hurdles. In my first year, I lost 75% of my garden to 30 minutes of intense hail. This was a tough lesson but an important one.
              I could go on and on.

              It might seem “extreme” to some but if James Corbett, Gerry Docherty, etc have shown with their deep analysis of WWI, the predator class will do anything extreme to achieve their end goals.

              • scpat says:

                Thanks for sharing. I’m always interested to hear how other people are doing things since everyone is different and has a different approach. I like the idea of the solar oven and stove. Incredibly practical.

    • Duck says:

      scpat
      I had little luck with gardening this year but have a bumper crop of bantams… those little feather rats almost feed themselves.

      Glad you have a nice firearm and ammo, hope you have some folks to enjoy them with. I have a Red Ryder which i stuck an adult butt on and its the most fun you can have for cheep.

  7. MNate says:

    Hey guys, wanted to come in with another recommendation. I’ve been watching this YouTuber (who also has an Odyssey) called Mental Outlaw. MO mostly focuses on tech news and how to free yourself from “the botnet” (i.e. the corporate surveillance present almost everywhere thanks to Microsoft, Google, Oracle, etc.). MO also discusses how to get away from Windows by turning to GNU/Linux, specifically Arch Linux.

    Like NWNW, he often talks about stories that rarely make the rounds in the mainstream. A recent example of this is his video on the ongoing lawsuit with Oracle, about the massive extents of their spying and their CIA connections:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5E3gra5wz4

    Highly recommend him, tell me what you guys think…

  8. Gavinm says:

    Given that the sniffle season will soon be upon those of us in the northern hemisphere I wanted to share this article I recently put together where I do a deep dive into the innate immune system and supporting it naturally.

    I wanted to share what I have learned so those that are motivated take decisive action in supporting their natural immune system can have the knowledge to be ready for anything life throws their way (whether it be some bio-engineered weaponized microbe that is released or just a nasty cold/flu season that is initiated by a combination of vitamin D deficiency and perhaps exacerbated by various DNA contaminating mRNA injections that have now crippled billions of human being’s innate immune cells.

    The article linked below (an updated, extended and enhanced version of a list I shared on one of these threads last month) offers lists of foods and plant/fungal medicines that can help you keep your immune system in prime condition and also explores the individual types of innate immune cells (and lists what foods can support those cells specifically).

    I hope you find this info helpful and it serves to empower you to feel confident in taking steps towards health sovereignty.

    https://gavinmounsey.substack.com/p/natural-pathways-for-optimizing-the

    • Lord D. Rothefeller says:

      Great article. I’ll add 1 thing often overlooked. Many people don’t like things like Kale, etc and they put it in a smoothie shake. Vitamins A,D,E, & K are all fat soluble. Make sure you eat all of your foods with fat (unless it is purely for vitamin C & B…E.g. Kiwi).

      • MinistryOfFumble says:

        Testify – very true.

      • Gavinm says:

        That is why I love this community, 99 out of a hundred comments are intelligent, thoughtful, insightful (and often creative). Yes your right of course, I should add that in there as a caveat in the article for those just getting started learning about nutrition and bioavailability of specific compounds.

        I had another CR member comment below article itself on substack with helpful questions and info that I will also add to the article when I have more time. I suppose this is a testament to the caliber of James Corbett’s work (the fact that those who comment here are typically very intelligent, inquisitive and creative people).

        Thanks for reading my article and for the helpful comment Lord D. Rothefeller.

      • Gavinm says:

        @Lord D. Rothefeller

        I have now updated the article to include your helpful info. Thanks again.

  9. heritagemommy says:

    May I make a request for the website? I have benefitted tremendously from the flashback videos, but when I use the search box or /tag/flashback methods to find them, not all of them are shown in the results. Would it be possible to have a flashback page from the video drop down box or have all of them tagged so they are searchable?

  10. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The following article is a good step by step read with charts and images for those who have an interest.
    I prefer reading, but there is a correlating video.

    August 30, 2022
    Will This Housing Downturn Be Worse Than 2008?
    https://web.archive.org/web/20220830182106/https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/will-housing-downturn-be-worse-2008

    8 minute VIDEO – EPB Macro Research
    Will a 2022 Housing Crash Be Worse Than 2008?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLnX7GsoVDE

    Somewhat related was this recent Corbett Report…
    FLASHBACK: The Bankster Bailouts (2009)
    https://www.corbettreport.com/flashback-the-bankster-bailouts-2009/

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Sunday August 28, 2022 – MoneyWise
      Census Bureau: 3.8 million renters will likely be evicted in the next two months — why the rental crisis keeps getting worse
      https://archive.ph/vrtVK

      EXCERPTS
      For the first time ever, the median rent in the U.S. topped $2,000 a month in June — and the increases show no sign of stopping.
      Those rising rents mean that households representing a total of 8.5 million people were behind on their rent at the end of August, according to Census Bureau figures. And 3.8 million of those renters say they’re somewhat or very likely to be evicted in the next two months.

      The combination of soaring inflation, the end of most eviction moratoriums and rental assistance payments and an extremely low vacancy rate has pushed rents up — and many renters out…

      Rents up nearly 25% since before the pandemic
      Since 2006, rents have risen faster than home prices, but at the same time, the shortage of available rental units has been steadily increasing since the Great Recession.

      In the year before the pandemic, the country recorded a shortage of seven million affordable housing units for low-income renters, according to the Center for American Progress, creating a crisis that left just 37 affordable rental homes for every 100 low-income households looking to rent.

      And the homes that are available are often still out of reach.
      Rent rates are up nearly 25% since before the pandemic, with an increase of 15% in just the past 12 months, according to the real estate tracking service Zillow.

      Evictions are up, too, according to the Eviction Lab at Princeton University. In August, evictions were 52% above average in Tampa, 90% above average in Houston and 94% above average in Minneapolis-St. Paul….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The following interview is TOP-GRADE with a smoothly woven understanding that includes factors like QE/QT, the 2008 housing crisis vs this era, and more…

      Kitco – August 31, 2022
      Will the coming housing collapse rival 2008? Homes have never been this over-priced – Eric Basmajian (EPB Macro Research)
      (29 minutes)
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZGZ9MDrzq4

      Eric Basmajian, Founder and Editor of EPB Macro Research, talks about the coming housing market correction, demographics, and whether it is better to rent or own a house. He spoke with David Lin, Anchor and Producer at Kitco News.
      0:00 – Housing market correction
      16:10 – Immigration, FDI, and housing
      17:39 – Inflation and housing
      20:27 – Demographics
      24:20 – Rent or own?

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    LSU is in Baton Rouge, about an hour drive northwest of New Orleans, Louisiana.
    The terrain is mostly ‘level’ and lush. There are no mountains here.
    Anyway, I found the following interesting…

    11,000 year old mounds identified as oldest man-made structures in North America
    https://www.sott.net/article/471494-11000-year-old-mounds-identified-as-oldest-man-made-structures-in-North-America

    EXCERPTS
    Mounds located on the Louisiana State University (LSU) campus have been identified as the oldest known man-made structures in North America.

    The two mounds stand 20 feet tall and are coordinated in an alignment toward one of the brightest stars in the night sky. They are among more than 800 man-made structures built by indigenous people across Louisiana.
    Many of these mounds have been destroyed over the centuries, while the LSU campus mounds have remained preserved, listed on the National Register for Historic Places.
    Researchers from the University collected sediment core samples, revealing layers of ash from burned reed and cane plants, as well as remains of burned osteons [bone] that indicates that the mounds were likely used for ceremonial purposes.
    A radiocarbon analysis of the material suggests that the mounds were built over thousands of years, with construction of Mound B starting around 11,000 years ago.

    Tree roots found in sediment layers shows that Mound B was abandoned around 8,200 years ago, a period when the northern hemisphere experienced a major climate event with temperatures suddenly dropping on average by about 35 degrees Fahrenheit, which lasted about 160 years.

    Then, around 7,500 years ago, the indigenous people began to build a new mound, Mound A, just to the north of the first mound.
    According to the new analyses, the indigenous people reconstructed the first mound during construction of Mound A, both being completed around 6,000 years ago.
    “There’s nothing known that is man-made and this old still in existence today in North America, except the mounds,” said LSU Department of Geology & Geophysics Professor Emeritus Brooks Ellwood, who led this study, published in the American Journal of Science by Yale University.

    The crests of both mounds are aligned along an azimuth that is about 8.5 degrees east of true north. According to LSU astronomer and study coauthor Geoffrey Clayton, about 6,000 years ago, the red giant star Arcturus would rise about 8.5 degrees east of north in the night sky, which means it would have aligned along the crests of both LSU Campus Mounds. Arcturus is one of the brightest stars that can be seen from Earth.

  12. HomeRemedySupply says:

    August 26, 2022 – By Mark Schwendau
    ‘Unknown Cause’ is the Top Cause of Death in Canada!
    https://www.independentsentinel.com/unknown-cause-is-the-top-cause-of-death-in-canada/

    EXCERPTS
    An unusual story surfaced in Alberta, Canada, last month which is just now starting to gain traction around the world. Canadian doctors and a civil liberties lawyer in the Canadian province of Alberta are raising concerns about a growing trend of deaths labeled as “unknown causes” after an unprecedented increase in such deaths was recorded in 2021.

    This new category on autopsy reports and death records now tops ‘Covid-19,’ which was added to Alberta’s death tally in 2020. A study looking at excess deaths in Alberta was quietly released in March in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases [LINK]
    That study found the “Top 10 Causes of Death in 2021” by the Government of Alberta were as follows:
    ~~ ill-defined and unknown causes (3,362)
    ~~ Dementia (2,135)
    ~~ Covid-19 (1,950)
    ~~ Chronic ischemic heart disease (1,939)
    ~~ Malignant neoplasms of trachea, bronchus, and lung (1,552)
    ~~ Acute myocardial infarction (1,075)
    ~~ Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease ( 1,028)
    ~~ Diabetes mellitus (728)
    ~~ Stroke (612)
    ~~ Accidental poisoning by and exposure to drugs and other substances (604)

    The unknown causes of death category began appearing on the list in 2019. There is no record of it appearing before that year which is most odd. “I think it’s probably multifactorial, so there are probably many things playing into that,” said Dr. Daniel Gregson, an associate professor in the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary. He specializes in infectious diseases and microbiology…

    …Dr. Gregson noted a large study out of the U.S. which found that people with Covid-19 are at a higher risk of heart disease, stroke, pulmonary embolism, and death than those who were not infected…
    …Alberta Health and the medical examiner’s office said they are looking into this report data but have yet to explain the sudden spike in deaths from unknown causes….

  13. Buddy says:

    Looking for book recommendations about

    1) Early currency in America, history of money in early America. Inspired by Catherine Austin Fitts.

    2) The USS Liberty. I recently watched the documentary “Justice for Liberty” on Odysee and I own the DVD “Sacrificing Liberty.”

  14. colosseum says:

    A recollection to what happened in 1971 … for those who still remember it … and for those who were born then 🙂

    https://wtfhappenedin1971.com/

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      colosseum,
      Thanks for this. The Graphs telling the story for all the many different sectors made for a nice informative perspective… …a captive ‘read’ as I scrolled very slowly down the page. There were many striking graphs (e.g. home price, oil, wages, S&P P/E)

      For me personally, I found the webpage extremely interesting.
      I have those real life memories of wages in 1971 (and before), housing, cost of goods, and the evolution of society’s culture. This added context to the graphs.

      The quote at the bottom was good…

      “I don’t believe we shall ever have a good money again before we take the thing out of the hands of government, that is, we can’t take it violently out of the hands of government, all we can do is by some sly roundabout way introduce something that they can’t stop.” – F.A. Hayek 1984

    • Buddy says:

      I wish there was an easy way to print this. Printing from Firefox on my Mac would be 44 pages.

    • Duck says:

      colosseum

      That was an interesting set of Graphs… however it should be noted that economically about 1950 is the High Point or Sweet Spot because the USA pretty much was the only Industrialized Nation that hadn’t been destroyed by WW2.

      I think most people do not realize that that massive trickle down of Wealth to normal folks was totally UnNatural and was built on a concentration of production that wont be repeated…. it was all a slow slide that sped up when the Boomers took over banking and things went from Credit Crazy to Super Credit Crazy.

      Even back at the height of the post war boom the seeds of destruction were growing though insane spending and social engineering …when the old elite of the US passed away and power got into the hands of hardcore globalist and Money Power types the US was pretty much doomed.

      This guy has a different year(s) for when things went bad though, 🙂
      https://secretsun.blogspot.com/2021/07/1983-year-that-broke-reality.html#more

      https://secretsun.blogspot.com/2022/04/spirits-of-79-apocalypse-redux.html

    • Buddy says:

      At the bottom of the page there are links discussing the “WTF Happened in 1971” meme and web site. I read the one at contelegraph.com. Not bad, but I’m looking for more. Would anyone like to suggest a source that addresses the subject of 1971 and its ramifications? I know it’s a big subject—leaving the gold standard. I don’t know much about economics.

  15. Buddy says:

    There’s a documentary called The Dimming which is making the rounds now. It’s one of the most astonishing documentaries I’ve seen—and I’ve seen many astonishing documentaries these past few years. The subject of geo-engineering is new to me. Would anyone like to comment on it? What is the minimum that you think is true? How much is speculation? How much is exaggeration and fear-mongering? When I see someone like Catherine Fitts attached to a subject, I figure I ought to at least give it some consideration.

    • illbnice2u2 says:

      Look up Dane Wigington at GeoEngineering Watch he is the leading expert.

      • illbnice2u2 says:

        I have know Dane for years He lives close by me. He researches this topic daily. He is knowledgeable and sincere. Look up “What on earth are they spraying” also the video “Why on earth are they spraying.

    • Mishelle says:

      Geoengineering has been going on heavily since the mid-90s at least and weather modification has been going on since before aviation was invented.

      Weatherwars has an old YT channel with a lot of info.

      Also, Jim Lee has a couple of sites with loads of info, very good stuff—weathermodificationhistory.com and climateviewer.com and a YT channel he updates weekly. I first studying this many years ago and the tech is so much more advanced than folks realize.

      IMO, it is the most important issue we face, by far. But then, I’ve been in 2 hurricanes and a tornado. These are NOT NATURAL events. The drought/deluge scenarios are a hallmark of this tech. This is how they are selling the ‘climate change’ chaos to the public, who have no clue how long this has been going on.

      If you look into the sky, even on chemtrail-free days, you can see the light-scattering particulates, it takes some practice, you’ve got to focus on one spot and not move your eyes—they look a bit like static electricity.

      There are those who take this even further, like Elana Freeland’s Under an Ionized Sky. I don’t know about this, to me it’s bad enough to control the weather—but according to her they are crafting a ‘space fence’.

      I have other research about this on my site (kenshohomestead.org) if you wish to explore more. I wish everyone would take this seriously—as the famous quote goes: “He who controls the weather will control the world!”

    • Gavinm says:

      I cannot speak to what is happening elsewhere on Earth but I am one that closely observes all facets of nature around me (always have been) and I can tell you that the spraying of nano-particulates from aircraft began accelerating in BC around 2010 and it has been steady here in Ontario since I moved here in 2012.

      As part of my work doing consultations for farmers looking to switch to regenerative organic practices I do comprehensive soil tests (as a way to get a ‘baseline reading’ for the needs of the soil and to effectively strategize for what organisms and organic inputs the soil needs for remediation, enrichment and regeneration to begin taking place). The surface soil tests invariably come back with high levels of free form (non-bonded) aluminum, barium, strontium (and other heavy metals). The types and concentrations of those metals present does not align with what should be naturally present in the soil.

      Needless to say, eating plenty of foods that help with chelation is now high on my priority list.

  16. Duck says:

    If anyone wonders how many folks will pick Slavery over Freedom they ought to watch this essay by Academic Agent “Minimum-Wage Workers and 19th-Century Slaves: An Economic Comparison”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiS-cSUKsh8

    Its pretty amazing to think that Freedom made some people POOR, and I suspect at least 1/3 of moderns would choose actual Slavery if it was comfortable.

    (Hes the guy who wrote “The Populist Delusion” which is well worth reading, its published by imperium press
    or hearing with commentary at “ThePete Quinones Show”)

    • Duck says:

      A series of shorts linked together examining the way that different generations look at life, politics and the universe by Academic Agent…. as a UK type he does have a UK rather then US slant on some things.

      “The Boomer Truth Regime”
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQuA2RkFbjk

      He’s a literary type, as is Dr E M Jones and Mr Corbett… I wonder what it is about that type of mind, or that kind of training, that makes it so good at seeing things most of us miss?

    • Buddy says:

      Speaking of slavery, I saw a video on Bitchute recently by Matt Walsh talking about white slavery and slavery in general. The springboard for his discussion was the book Skeletons on the Zahara by Dean King. I noted his comment that what was unusual about America wasn’t that it practiced slavery. What was unusual was that it put an end to it. Slavery had been practiced in every country of the world for thousands of years without so much as a second thought. This includes whites enslaved in Africa and blacks enslaved by Indians in North America. It strikes me as such an abhorrent idea which was somehow completely acceptable for most of human history. And yet, did it ever really go away? A troubling thought.

      • Duck says:

        Buddy
        I have heard that there is actually a higher number of slaves today then there were in the 1800’s (since there are more people in general) but have never found actual numbers on it… still lots of them from the slave markets of Libya to the Apple Factories in China.

        Thats one reason I avoid apple products, getting lectured on morality by a sodomite like Tim who uses slave labor is just sickening…. and you cant say much for someone managing a company that cant sell cheap products while using slaves, lol

        Lol… first article I found on him
        https://www.nationalreview.com/2021/05/tim-cook-is-not-a-hypocrite/

        • Buddy says:

          I’ve used Apple products since I was a kid—before Windows even existed. In those days the argument was “the computer for the rest of us”, a kind of California populist libertarianism that arose from DIY electronics hobbyists. They put effort into making quality products. Those people are either dead or moved to Hawaii. I continue to use Mac because I believe it to be a superior OS, though Apple appears to be doing everything it can to wreck it. I would never use Microslop, an OS created (mostly stolen) by a serial killer/CIA asset. I tried Ubuntu, Mint, and Zorin, but I found Linux to be mostly a step backward because of the babying it requires, the constant updates, the inability to get help, the lack of software, and the overall clunkiness. Reminds me of my crappy Bosch dishwasher. I don’t want to tinker with it. I just want it to clean the dishes.

          • Duck says:

            Buddy

            Hey, use what you like 🙂 I’m just the weirdo on the internet, lol 🙂

            I will say that both Mac and Windows are spyware, though I hear Mac gives better security then Windows my understanding is that this comes at the price of telemetry…. one day Apple and Microsoft will be reaching into your machine and controlling what you do on it, not just spying.

            I would, respectfully, 🙂 (I am just some dude after all) suggest to folks who is using those platforms that if they want to be able to control their Computer in 10 years time they ought to buy a cheap, low spec Raspberry Pi4 as a spare PC and start ‘playing’ with Linux.
            The windows and apple computer of the future is gonna be more locked down then a smartphone is today, i suspect.

            “…a step backward because of the babying it requires, the constant updates, the inability to get help, the lack of software, and the overall clunkiness. …”

            I wonder if you tried it a while back? I’ve found it works better then anything, at least on my POS hardware…its software is more then enugh (for WHAT I DO) and works fine- that said I find windows really anyoying these days, and cant get crap done on Mac anymore so maybe its just what we get used to.

            Personally I like that I can get a crapped out PC for 10 bucks, slap a SSD in it and install linux and get wonderful performance. I guess there is a learning curve, but its worth it (to me) for the money saved and having control over my computer…I should start learning BSD for when linux gets pozz’d

            I will say that I do have an Old cheese grater Mac case that I want to put a good PC in one day if I have money because, much as I hate to admit it, they did used to have Keewl looking designs. I would love one of the old one piece macs just for the look but they look anoying to get into and change parts

            • Buddy says:

              Spying is a common theme this year, isn’t it? Like many people, I’m unhappy with the direction of the computer industry and the tech world, to say the least. The internet has changed a lot in recent years. I suspect that soon I will be reducing my interaction with technology—I have never owned a cell phone or tablet, having used desktops for most of my life, and the desire to own the latest and greatest goes completely against my worldview (if I have one) and temperament. My guess is we’re going to see some dramatic changes in the next few months and year, in America and all over the world, and this qualifies my judgment because I don’t know exactly what the changes will be. I know they will be fundamental. We’ll see. I agree that the Raspberry Pi is a neat little device. Tempting, but I don’t know what I would use it for.

              • Duck says:

                Buddy

                “… agree that the Raspberry Pi is a neat little device. Tempting, but I don’t know what I would use it for…”

                I used one as a personal PC (I used to use a Pi3 for years but the 4 is far better)

                A Pi4 will do email, watch web video, browse the web, play music/podcasts (I got 2nd hand speakers and an amp and it plays music better then my old stereo ever did), write, read, run obsidian notes…run dosbox and pretend its the 90’s..plug an SSD in via usb or a HDD in a caddy and you have a media machine.

                What else do most people do on their PC? Its kinda like an old cerelon processor in performance… not super fast but I dont care about waiting 0.5 of a second more for something

                I’ve done sound and video editing with one… 90 plus percent of people could get by with JUST a pi4.

                However, the reason I suggest it to people is so they can just change out the sd card “hard drive” in seconds and play with various Linux distro’s to get used to it before they mess with their expensive computer…. like I said before, people who do not learn to control their computer are soon going to be at the mercy of the companies that DO. I’ll take an inferior pi4 that I actually own and run and understand over a top line PC that Microsoft or Apple control.

          • Duck says:

            Buddy
            “… I would never use Microslop, an OS created (mostly stolen) by a serial killer/CIA asset….”

            True on BG but Steve Jobs was also a horrible POS… and TBH I’m not sure that he was not just as up the backside of the Deep State as Microsoft.

            The Personal Computer Revolution is a big Deep State project IMO, planned by weirdo New Age Gnostics and magicians. I would never trust in the good character of any of those people. Chris Knowles has some weird ideas, but everything I’ve read on Tech makes some think he is kinda onto something
            https://secretsun.blogspot.com/2021/09/lucifers-technologies-original-series.html

            • Buddy says:

              You are v. persuasive. But Celeron? Ugh. I’m an impatient person. For me, a computer can never be too fast. Is your Pi hooked up to a monitor or another computer? What OS is it running and what browser? One thing I didn’t mention about the Mac which was a relevation for me about five years ago: The Retina screens. They produce fantastic text. So much better for reading computer text. No more jaggies. A genuine leap forward for my old eyes.

              • Duck says:

                Buddy

                “…For me, a computer can never be too fast…”
                The thing slowing the Pi4 most is the SD card hard disk… if you boot thru an external USB3 SSD it speeds up… but I’m kinda lazy so it doesnt bother me enough to fix 😉

                “… Is your Pi hooked up to a monitor or another computer?…”

                I just slimmed down to ONE monitor… Pi4 runs 2 monitors (just make sure you plug them in the right order…. I had an issue from plugging in the 2nd mini hdmi port and not the 1st)

                “…What OS is it running and what browser?…”
                UBuntu is kinda pozzed right now…. I love Manjaro which has just about everything, but just stock “Raspberian” or Pi OS or whatever they call it now works best

                “… One thing I didn’t mention about the Mac which was a relevation for me about five years ago: The Retina screens. They produce fantastic text. So much better for reading computer text. No more jaggies. A genuine leap forward for my old eyes….”

                If thats your main thing a PI wont match up to it 🙁 Sorry…. much as I dont like Mac OS I do admire those monitors. I have a pal who does pro photography though and he has a windows (yuck) PC that does almost as well on some fancy monitor he calibrated or something

            • Buddy says:

              “just as up the backside of the Deep State as Microsoft.”

              I have seen no evidence of this.

              • Duck says:

                Buddy

                Not that I know much about Jobs, I only really read his authorized Bio….Which paints him as a horrible narcissistic POS which I presume is an UNDERSTATEMENT considering he was supervising much of the info the info the guy had… I thought that his birth family background was kinda weird, but thats just me.
                To be fair to him I have not studied him, and dont have evidence, just a feeling that he could not have operated in that business at that time without being somewhat spooky.

                The fact that he was able to grow so big is, just itself, a red flag to me since I do not think the Computer Revolution was in any way a natural organic thing…and I read in his bio that Apple was the Big player next to Microsoft at one time.

                Again… just a bit of a weird story.
                https://www.wired.com/1993/06/steve-jobs-and-the-next-big-thing/
                “…Now we know who bought NeXT computers: The CIA and other spooks were the company’s biggest customers, says Randall Stross in Steve Jobs and the NeXT Big Thing. It’s a neat irony, the black-bag boys buying into the black box, but not too useful when it comes to customer testimonials. Stross is a professor of business, and he tells the story of NeXT…”

                https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2012/feb/09/steve-jobs-fbi-files-released
                ‘… when Jobs was being considered for political office in the president’s export council under George Bush Sr’s administration…..”

                https://vault.fbi.gov/steve-jobs/steve-jobs-part-01-of-01/view

              • Buddy says:

                I was never a “fanboy”, a word I always despised. I know a lot about Jobs because I followed the company from its beginning when I was a young kid and owned an Apple II. Where I lived, I knew zero Mac users. I had to rely on books, magazines, and a local independent Apple dealer, which didn’t last long. As we all know, much changed over the years, and with Jobs’s death, the rise of iphones, ipads, etc., the old company disappeared to be run by MBA weasels and probably Chinese communists. I never found Jobs a likable person, but he believed in the company, he was good for it, and he believed in creating quality products. He had an aesthetic sense, which is odd in a boss, esp. a boss in the computer industry. He understood the value of design. I agree about the narcissism. He was a peculiar guy with his share of problems. He matured in his life, and in the end he tried to make amends. When I was a kid, using a Mac meant you where in the ghetto. I would wish for the day Apple would become popular, and that improve everything. But the opposite happened: more money, more popularity, and more sales led to a worse company and worse products. In my mind, almost a tragedy. But then it is called…Apple.

  17. illbnice2u2 says:

    How many of you remember the FBI’s CARNIVORE? The beginning of the spying on our on line activities and analyzing all our emails?

    • Duck says:

      I had a book back in the 90’s “Industrial Espionage handbook” I THINK it was that was talking about the automated phone taps that listened to keywords and then started the recording. This was back before 95 if I recall.

      At the time literally zero people believed me when I told them that GCHQ to do that. Thinking back I suspect that the system was not nearly as good as was suggested, just like such systems are probably far less capable then they suggest today…. I guess the point of a PanOpticon is to make everyone afraid to say or do anything because they THINK they are being watched.

  18. illbnice2u2 says:

    I always thought President John Kennedy was on our side until I came across this:
    The FEMA list of Presidential Executive Orders

    On February 16, 1962, President John Kennedy signed several Executive Orders which would allegedly give certain dictatorial powers to appointed bureaucrats in the event a “National Emergency” should be declared by the President — whichever president is sitting in office at the designated time. At the president’s discretion “in any time of increased international tension or economic or financial crisis”, the E.O.’s could theoretically be enacted.

    These E.O.’s signed by Kennedy would give authority to the Federal Emergency Management Agency to control: communications, energy, food, fuel, farms, transportation, highways, railroads, inland waterways and seaports, health, education and welfare, drafts citizens into work forces under government supervision; relocation of populations, designates areas to be abandoned as ‘unsafe’; relocates communities, and controls all public storage facilities.
    To read the whole article:
    https://vlad-unclevlad.blogspot.com/2010/12/fema-list-of-presidential-executive.html

    • hellofriend says:

      Likewise. Also this common argument that I’ve heard so many times (now debunked) also begs some questions about Kennedy:

      https://www.corbettreport.com/jfkfed/

    • Duck says:

      illbnice2u2

      The Kennedy family were just New Money Oligarchs rather then Old money ones, but JFK was head and shoulders less evil then the current crop of perverts.

      As I read it the bobby K always kinda worried his dad, Joe Senior, would lobotomize them, as he did their sister, if they disappointed him. Imagine growing up like that…? 🙁 As I read it she was not even a retard, just kinda dim.

      As far as I read it JFK was quite happy to play alone with the Globalist Agenda, BUT with limits- he was apparently very fearful of Atomic War which was a big hook for the Globalists. He had seen horrible things up close, since the Elite of his day were expected to show up for wars which was a good filter.

      He was without doubt of low morals, and probably a sex addict. He was all for opening mass Immigration (relative to the time) and enforcing Civil Rights at gunpoint and probably had mafia help stealing an election. He was probably more sovereign, and less under Jewish control then LBJ.

      The fact that he died when he did is why he is a boomer icon, not that he was a great person or anti NWO. Its the same with MLK who would have been full on for CRT and BLM if he was alive now, and was even more disgusting and immoral in his personal life

    • Buddy says:

      I’ve been re-reading Larry Schweikart’s book “Dragonslayers: Six Presidents and Their War with the Swamp.” The chapter about Kennedy is hard to follow. This era was before my time. Tough to untangle. He says historians have provided two views of Kennedy: Saint Jack and Sinner Jack. In years past, my views of Kennedy were mostly negative, probably because my Boomer teachers idolized him and I couldn’t see what the fuss was about (I also have an Italian connection, so…). I read Reeves’s biography many years ago. Out of respect for RFK Jr., I’m willing to reconsider. At least he said some things that I can agree with (the dangers of secret societies and the intelligence agencies) and carry peculiar weight in retrospect. It’s terrible for any elected president to be assassinated, because you aren’t merely hurting one man. You’re damaging the populace and undermining the process.

  19. Steve Smith says:

    Snark Alert

    Deep state puppet and corporate media shill conducts interview with irrational scientist who confesses a belief in the supernatural.

    TUCKER CARLSON TODAY – S02E089 – MASS FORMATION PSYCHOSIS (09-01-2022)

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/7yt5BRImUQdz/

    • pearl says:

      Jerm Warfare interviewed Dr. Peter Breggin who says “mass formation is nonsense”:

      https://jermwarfare.com/red-pills/peter-breggin-mass-formation

      I’m persuaded that it’s simply authoritarians bearing their authoritarian fruit.

      • Steve Smith says:

        I felt and still strongly feel that the interview is absolutely worth watching and sharing.

        Opinions may vary.

        • pearl says:

          Haha, Dude! That reminds me of Lebowski’s “like, that’s just your opinion, man.”

          So Tucker’s opening example of the George Floyd riots – that was just mass formation psychosis™ in action. Okie-dokie.

          Differences aside, I hope you’re doing well. 🙂

          • Steve Smith says:

            As much as I liked JCs interview with Desmet, I thought Tucker’s was better in that it revealed more of the professor’s personal life and feelings. I liked discovering that Desmet’s journey has led him to conclude that rationalism cannot lead to a complete understanding of life.

            As far as the legitimacy of the concept of Mass Formation. Hell, who knows? It makes as much sense as anything else I’ve heard.
            What phenomena do you think explains the madness? What does Breggin attribute the collective response to?

            • pearl says:

              I suppose there’s a comforting validation upon hearing his explanation for those other people who enable tyranny but when that same explanation also serves to explain away the long list of researchers proving criminal conspiracy (and by extension those of us who educate ourselves to same), then it becomes gaslighting.

              I wish there was a transcript of that interview because I heard a lot of things which took me back to the days I was detoxing from my years of religious indoctrination – it’s very subtle, full of nuance, steeped in centuries of philosophy, and sanctified by Orthodoxy. There is a church historian and writer who I’ve quoted here numerous times over the years – his book “Blight in the Vineyard” so thoroughly explained the anguish, confusion, frustration and heartache which comes from the trainwreck called Church. I think it’s safe to say the explanation for society’s enablers may be distilled to simple “authoritarianism”. There is another researcher, Tjeerd Andringa, who has been interviewed by James who basically says the same thing (his research findings may be read at Geopolitics and Cognition: web.archive.org/web/20150514053442/http://www.geopoliticsandcognition.com/AreYouPathologicallyNormal.html ). But back to the former researcher and the introduction to his findings; with tongue-in-cheek he wrote the following:

              The Gospel of John Immel:

              Chapter 3:1-3

              1. All people act logically from their assumptions.
              2. It does not matter how inconsistent the ideas or insane the rationale, they will act until the logic is fulfilled.
              3. Therefore, when you see masses of people taking the same destructive actions, find the assumptions and you will find the cause.

              spiritualtyranny.com/

              • Steve Smith says:

                Pearl, I may have to go back and listen to the interview again because I cannot recall Desmet letting anyone who was a party to what was perpetrated off the hook.
                Nor do I remember him talking about the “church”.

                cu.h.j.
                Who is this Omar Jordan fellow? What’s his background? I can’t seem to find much about him.
                He seems less than objective and clearly rejects “germ theory. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that)

              • pearl says:

                No, he didn’t say that in this interview. That bit was revealed in Dr. Breggin’s 3 part critique of Desmet’s book:

                https://www.americaoutloud.com/mattias-desmet-blames-the-victims-and-absolves-the-perpetrators-mass-hypnosis-expert-or-trojan-horse/

                My mentioning Church was in response to somewhat familiar triggers I picked up in the interview; there are different flavors of spirituality but with the common denominator of mysticism.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Steve,

                I don’t know who he is and his view on germ theory is not important to me, but he does show that Dr. Malone has been in the vaccine business for a while (similar to Dr. Yeadon though) but Malone also has also worked the the US government. And Malone does still promote vaccines, “safe vaccines” which I think have been shown to be ineffective and dangerous and completely unnecessary. I didn’t know this was the case, but if I can learn about this, so can Dr. Malone who is a scientist should know this by now.

                Also, the points raised were that pharma and the captured medical industrial complex has this scheme that they have been running since small pox and polio that was to make people afraid of disease and sell a vaccine with questionable benefit and potentially toxic reactions. It makes no difference who Omar is, those points and Malone’s links to industry and US government and how he is still promoting some type of vaccine is a bit sketchy.

                I ask myself, has there ever been a vaccine that has actually worked? I don’t know the answer if there has ever been a safe and effective vaccine that has helped humanity ever. I do know that small pox and polio were not. The myth that the polio vaccine wiped out polio is a lie.

                Steve Kirsh did have something about vaccines in general and I thought that was good to introduce that idea about vaccines in general. Malone has not gone this far. To me, he should now know or look into how this money making scheme keeps repeating itself.

                Without reading Desmet’s book (I will download the PDF when it’s available) I don’t have a conclusive opinion about the entirety of the body of research he presents. But the little bits I’ve read do seem to collectivize the culpability of the crimes against humanity during the scamdemic.

                For whatever reason, Malone and Desmet have been given a wide audience. I find that curious. Desmet is a researcher and academic and he may be trying to help and make his work widely accessible, but there is a reason why he’s been give a platform, same as Malone.

            • Duck says:

              “…As far as the legitimacy of the concept of Mass Formation. Hell, who knows?…”

              “Mass formation Psychosis” is short hand for saying “Half the People are NPC’s” … much as I hate to say it that has always been true and always wil be true.

              I cant say I was ahead of things, as some one who was pooping their pants a the start of Covid, but I can see no other reason then NPC-ism for people who demand masks and then stick their noses over the top or people thinking curfew stopped the spread of disease.

              Most people are sheep… good people have declined to lead them and now the shepherds they go to are creepy zoophile monsters

        • Buddy says:

          I’m reluctant to agree with a psychiatrist (MD) who has turned his back on biochemistry. Medicine was the last field to treat humans as individuals. One of the most fundamental ways people are different from each other is their biochemistry. That’s why some people have bad reactions to aspirin, and some don’t. I see problems with treating mass psychology the same as individual psychology. We get the idea of mass psychosis from Carl Jung, who apparently thought you could diagnose a group the same way you could diagnose an individual. I think there’s some truth in this. But one complication is that these analyzes of crowds (Le Bon, MacKay, Jung, Hoffer, Murray, Desmet, let’s not forget Walker Percy) tend to trade the literal language of medicine for more figurative language. In fact Jung had some pretty far out ideas. To what degree is Jung using the term “psychosis” literally? I dismiss the word “hypnosis” because I don’t think there is such a thing. Influence, persuasion, and social engineering exist, and certainly there are techniques for conditioning and manipulating people, but these are not magic, New Age, TV movie, Manchurian Candidate “hypnosis.” I am interested in the changes in consciousness and psychology that occur across generations. What sort of mental habits arose as a consequence of the invention of the telephone, photography, film, TV, radio, mass media? Or the computer and cell phone? What were the mental consequences of the creation of the Fed and the removal of the gold standard? I prefer to think of…all…subjects by degree rather than either/or, black/white, all/nothing. One of the problems with historical novels and movies is that they simply take modern people and project them backwards. Despite obvious continuities, people in the past thought differently from us. But we can’t get into their heads to know what it was really like to be alive at that time. Even a time machine wouldn’t help you.

          • Duck says:

            Buddy

            “…Influence, persuasion, and social engineering exist, and certainly there are techniques for conditioning and manipulating people, but these are not magic….”

            They are TOTALLY magic, dude.

            The ideas of mass persuasion are right out of the playbook of creeps like Bruno and such.
            heres Youtube, Hermetix has a podcast if you have a player but heres the YT

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eohQvaYFdn0

            “The Hounds Of Actaeon: The Magical Origins Of Public Relations And Modern Media” – i need to get his book but have no spare cash now

            • Buddy says:

              It’s not magic. It’s training. Pavlov showed how easy it is to condition people. Have you ever asked someone, “Why did you buy this?” and they said, “I saw it on TV”? There you go.

            • nosoapradio says:

              Just wanted to mention that I listened to this Hounds of Actaeon presentation as I was cleaning my studio apt and in some quite unexpected way, that I can’t yet articulate, found it very interesting… tickled my imagination… something about it strikes me instinctively as being “very true”, I can’t explain it… Maybe I’ll have another listen…

              … something about points of cosmic intersection within the pneumas…for communication between…? Better listen again before I embarrass myself any further… yea, think I’ll do that now.

            • nosoapradio says:

              So, in a very reckless and desperate act of procrastination I listened to this interview again with much greater attention and I must say that, though Mauricio Loza himself in an otherwise irrelevant manner reminds me of people who’ve left unpleasant stains on my existence, I’m impressed with how articulate he is, explaining more or less “ethereal” systems and paradigms and also history in simple and understandable terms.

              The interviewer was every bit as efficient and clear-sighted and really capped the hour-long demonstration very well I thought, at 53:15 when he very simply translated psychology-driven Public Relations ideology into Magical terms in a single phrase.

              It’s the schema of phantasms, pneuma, bonding and ultimately bewitching, though they don’t use that word, that very well describes what Bernays was doing for example. Giving form to the mechanism and point of junction between the conscious and unconscious mind, the material and the ethereal, the sensual body and the soul, indelibly imprinting it with calculated messaging.

              I’d be interested to see other interviews with Loza and the doc itself.

              Thanks for posting this.

              ass-in-gear time now… 8-/

          • Duck says:

            Buddy
            Dr EM Jones is far better, if you buy his books on the subject, at explaining the ideas behind the modern world… Freud basically copied the “Soul Spying” of the Baravrian Illuminati when he created Psychoanalysis. “Degenerate Moderns” is a pretty good book.

            I have not yet read ‘Eros and Civilaizatiom’, not time yet.

            Erotic Magic and Mass Media w/ Mauricio Loza

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMsXIX1Gvpw

            • Buddy says:

              Freud derived most of his knowledge from dealing with patients.

              • Duck says:

                Buddy
                “…Freud derived most of his knowledge from dealing with patients…”

                Have you studied him much?
                As I recall he was totally convinced that massive amounts of incest were going on….funny since he appears to have had a bit of a thing about that in his own past. He had to back track on that IIRC…. lol

                I am not a great expert on such things, however, if you do not want to read Dr Jones work you can look at some of the pics in “Red Book” of Jung, the Goy who broke into the psychoanalysis racket…. there is no doubt that JUNG was a flat out mystic who used automatic writing and vision quests in his work. HE SAYS SO HIMSELF.
                https://philemonfoundation.org/published-works/red-book/ if you can find the good scans your in for a visual treat…. kinda a ‘serial killer’ vibe but cool

                Chris Knowles has an idea, that appears credible, that Jung was the father of the MKULTRA type programs since he was on good terms with the CIA director at the time…. you can use the link below to get names and such to check out the story.
                https://jungcurrents.com/carl-jung-spy-488

      • cu.h.j says:

        Interesting interview. I’m about half way through. I read this PDF about Robert Malone that I will post about his career in pharma and also his links to the US government. I thought it was interesting that he is the first one who introduced Desmet’s idea of mass-formation.

        https://ia904609.us.archive.org/1/items/dr.-robert-malone-dark-vaccine-wizard/DR.%20ROBERT%20MALONE%20-%20DARK%20VACCINE%20WIZARD.pdf

        I don’t mean to say Dr. Malone is just controlled opposition or anything because I realize that it is possible for people to change, similar to how Dr. Mike Yeadon spoke out against this.

        Malone certainly seems to imply that the corruption is pretty recent, which I think it has come to a head recently, but the corruption has always been there from the beginning. So I don’t know.

        Desmet’s ideas could very well be a bit of a distraction, or to re direct people away from the culprits who is my opinion are more responsible for all the damage. People going along out of fear and wanting acceptance is pretty bad, but what’s worse is the people who are trying to kill off humanity and enrich themselves in the process. A torturer and murderer is worse than a coward, IMO. There are degrees of evil.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I thought the ties to industry were interesting, irrespective of the virus-no virus issue. If Malone has ties to the establishment and is being used to steer people in a direction, I thought it was interesting that Desmet’s stuff was promoted by him and then on Joe Rogan’s show.

          People don’t need to be actively deceiving for their work to be used by social engineers to sway the masses in a direction.

          • Steve Smith says:

            “ It makes no difference who Omar is”

            I kinda think that it does. His hyperbolically calling Malone a lying demon sort of put me off I guess.
            Not that I don’t think that demons are at work among us. I just usually intimate that I believe that about someone. I don’t come right out and say it. 😉
            Maybe that makes me a wuss.

            • cu.h.j says:

              Agreed, that part was off putting and he should not have written any adhominem comments. That part was annoying and off putting. He could have left that part out entirely and also the germ-theory stuff and the article would have been much better.

              Following Dr. Malone’s career though is interesting and that he still supports vaccines in general is troublesome for someone who should know better by now.

              The fact that Malone is vocal against this injection is very good. I always thought it was a bit odd that he took the injection himself knowing about the potential dangers of it. I have never heard him discuss in particular why he has changed his mind about it.

              But you did make me curious who Omar is now. Good to research people and also confirm their research.

              Anyone could have done the research on Malone though and see who he worked for and how he’s made his money so far.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Maybe Dr. Malone hasn’t considered just how evil the pharma cartel is, that they seem to be trying to make people sick and in the dying process make money off of them. That is completely evil, rotten to the core.

                I think that’s what vaccines are, in the best case they do nothing like snake oil, in the worst case they make people sick and cause disability and death.

                He was involved with this scheme for a while. So was Dr. Yeadon, but Yeadon has gone farther to exonerate himself. I cannot say the same for Malone. He seems to want to salvage part of the unnecessary vaccine industry. I think it’s beyond repair at this point.

                Anyone involved should back out now, or at the very least look at the studies of other vaccines and the history of pharma.

                He seems to be pretty invested in salvaging something that probably doesn’t work or is unnecessary.

              • Steve Smith says:

                James’ documentary about the history of vaccines educated me about how they first came about in China and then the doctor working with the kid and Cowpox in England. Of course those were actual vaccines that contained some of the “stuff” that was presumed to be causing the disease. Not some crazy gene therapy.
                But it really does make sense to me that just like the chickenpox parties, giving the body some of the “stuff” does seem like it allows the immune system to be better able to handle the disease.
                But you would know much more about that than me.

              • cu.h.j says:

                There’s a really good book I’ve mentioned Dissolving Illusions by Suzanne Humphries MD about the history of vaccines and their use in western countries that I posted before. It’s also available via audiobook.

                I’ll post it again since it’s hard for people to go back and find old links in the comment section with hundreds of comments. I don’t mean to annoy JC or others by posting the same thing:

                https://dissolvingillusions.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Dissolving-Illusions-Disease-Vaccines-and-The-Forgotten-History-FREE-Chapters-.pdf

                I highly recommend this book for anyone who is interested in the history of vaccines. I had always thought that some vaccines were good. It made sense to induce immunity that way, but it never really worked as intended and despite the harm that even traditional vaccines caused, they were still promoted and pushed on the public.

                There is precedent for forced vaccination. It is not a new thing.

            • cu.h.j says:

              The above PDF does not contain the entire book, however the author has a website and her book can be purchased. I thought the whole book was online, but it is not.

          • Buddy says:

            You go way overboard. You see evil all over the place. How did that happen?

            • Gavinm says:

              @Buddy

              While I do not subscribe to the pseudo-religious concept of “evil” as being a fundamental part of our existence, I can understand why after living on Earth for a few decades and closely observing the modus operendi of those that are self interested and obscenely rich one might begin to see the various manifestations (and ripple effects) of such behavior everywhere.

              When one utilizes and develops their pattern recognition capabilities to see what the self interested (and sometimes nefarious/parasitic) choices of the few are doing to the many, the patterns one can begin to see all around them are myriad (and the detrimental impacts of said behavior patterns are ubiquitous).

              On the other hand, I believe there is also truth in the saying ‘if you gaze into the abyss long enough the abyss gazes also into you.’ and the saying “what you fear you empower, and what you love you empower, and what you empower, you attract”.

              Thus, I feel that while it is wise to take an honest look at the ugliness of humanity, analyzing how it’s most deranged members are actively seeking to murder, poison and/or enslave their fellow humans (so that one can avoid such pitfalls and help others do the same) I also feel it is even more important to apply one’s pattern recognition capabilities to seeing that which is beautiful, creative, hopeful and empowering on this world. That includes the behaviors of human beings that serve to uplift, nurture, heal, inspire, unify and illuminate and it includes perceiving the beauty, geometry and wisdom present in the more than human world as well.

              For just as if we gaze into the abyss long enough, the abyss will gaze back, so too if we gaze long enough into the radiant light emanating from the spiritual spark that exists within all beings and so too if we gaze into the workings and mind of the living planet Earth the source of that light and the conscious spirit of the living planet gazes back at us as well.

        • Duck says:

          cu.h.j
          “….A torturer and murderer is worse than a coward, IMO. There are degrees of evil…..”

          Are you sure?

          You should ask is a BAD person worse then a weak person?

          After all, a BAD person may decide to turn to the good, but a weak peson is nothing but a leaf in the wind, driven by the will of others. A coward can never be anything real, just a puppet for the will of actual people.

          In Christianity would Paul have been any use to God if he had been a wishy washy coward type of guy? Or could he only be of use because he acted upon his beliefs and persecuted the Church until the time when he was corrected?

          • cu.h.j says:

            Yes, they are worse. Self preservation is a natural reaction to the threat of harm. Some people overcome their fear and act bravely and that is commendable. I think bravery is a learned skill. Murder and torture and exploitation are much worse than someone succumbing to their hard wired self preservation mechanism that’s built into most people.

            I’m sure most people can recall a time in their life when they acted cowardly. The point is to change this behavior and recognize that it is wrong. Most people who enjoy murdering and torturing are psychopaths to the core and there is no change of heart possible.

            I’m not saying all people who have murdered are beyond redemption, but many are unfortunately.

            My views on degrees of evil are still valid. I think this can be demonstrated by degrees of harm caused. This is really undeniable. Cheating on an exam is less bad than armed robbery for example.

            • Duck says:

              cu.h.j
              “…Yes, they are worse. Self preservation is a natural reaction to the threat of harm…”

              If Self Preservation, or (far worse) the desire for Comfort, are your MAIN guides then you will be easy to control and thus will never be able to have actual “Agency”, as in doing your own will.

              If you can never do your own will how can you choose good? Such a person is nothing….they can never grow to the level of being good or bad. They are just non entities,

              http://www.samizdat.qc.ca/arts/lit/Toast_CSL.pdf
              This is pretty short and worth the read….see whos for dinner

              THESE are the faces of tyranny

              “….was he not unmistakably a Little Man — a creature of the petty rake-off pocketed with a petty joke in private and denied with the stalest platitudes in his public utterances — a grubby little nonentity who had drifted into corruption, only just realizing that he was corrupt, and chiefly be-
              cause everyone else did it?….”

              The Armed Robber may change his mind and be a good man who can fight for you, the Cheat will always be a nothing.

              • cu.h.j says:

                I think we can agree to disagree. I don’t think you are considering how human biology fits into this discussion.

                There is a bodily mechanism called “fight flight or freeze” and this process is hard wired into most people. How people manage this response can be learned and honed.

                People who enjoy hurting others have something wrong with them. I’d say that most people who have this tendency to enjoy making others suffer are beyond repair.

                You’ve never cheated on a test? I bet there are some people here who have. I know I have when I was in middle school. People can learn how to be more honest and the value of this as they get older. Murder and torture are in a different category.

            • Duck says:

              Cu.h.j

              Dont bother listening to me, a far better mind was CS Lewis

              “C. S. Lewis – The Necessity of Chivalry”
              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-StpwwoU0dg

              “… I don’t think you are considering how human biology fits into this discussion….”

              I do not really think it biology matters… if some people are BORN cowardly and some people CHOOSE to become cowardly is it any different then people who are born bad or choosing to become bad??? The fact of what they ARE matters more then how they got to be that

              “…People who enjoy hurting others have something wrong with them….”
              Possibly, but the Armed Robber mentioned before may not have any paticular love of ‘hurting others’. I guess most just WANT the STUFF they gain
              The rabbit thinks the fox is evil…. the fox just thinks the rabbit is lunch.

              “…You’ve never cheated on a test?…”
              Actually, no. Lol, not thru great virtue, I just thought it was pointless.

              “…. People can learn how to be more honest and the value of this as they get older……”

              No, NOT IF THEY ARE COWARDS…because if you are a coward you will always drop those (and any other) Virtue when you get scared.
              A rather brutal way to put it might be ” If your husband ran off when someone tried to rape you the would you thik he was a good man? ?”

              But, as I said CS Lewis puts it better

              • cu.h.j says:

                “I do not really think it biology matters… if some people are BORN cowardly and some people CHOOSE to become cowardly is it any different then people who are born bad or choosing to become bad???”

                Biology always matters. It’s a strong influence on human behavior. So is life experience and past trauma.

                For example some people who have been abused as children have a stronger fear response than others and may freeze in response to stressors. They can learn to overcome this with therapy and learning how to tolerate fear.

                This goes back to the idea of inherent biological traits versus conditioned traits. Both have validity. Some biological traits can be overcome, some cannot.

                Psychopathy I think is one of those traits or conditions that cannot. Not all armed robbers are psychopaths, but some of them are and some of them cannot be fixed.

                Speaking of armed robbers, when I was a kid a man broke into our house and held my mom at gunpoint and she shamed him out of the house. I was so scared and I’m not sure what she did was wise, but she made him feel reconsider what he was doing with her words.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Something she said reached the part of him that was still good he left our apartment. Not all people have goodness in them anymore. I don’t know the cause, nor do I think anyone can know the cause.

                Maybe they always lacked it, I don’t know. But I do know that some acts of harm are worse than others, more cruel and harmful and do more measurable damage. In my view it is measurable.

                Had this man killed my mother, that would have been worse.

        • Buddy says:

          I’ve watched Malone for a long time. I have no reason to doubt his sincerity.

          • cu.h.j says:

            Thanks for sharing your opinion. You may be right. He may be in a similar position to Dr. Mike Yeadon trying to redeem themselves and do the right thing.

            Dr. Malone’s former involvement with the government and the intelligence community piqued my interest. He does mention this on the Dark Horse Podcast in an interview, I can try to find it and post it.

            He said essentially that you can’t trust anything the intelligence community says. But he has had involvement with them. He also has a wider platform.

            I thought this was an interesting video:

            https://odysee.com/@BretWeinstein:f/Bret-Malone2:2

            I think that some of these more popular speakers don’t address the corruption of the vaccine industry, and the foundational science of generating these “pandemics”

            JC had a good video “Rockefeller Medicine”. That influence is entrenched in the actual research. I think the fraud is more in the area of causation.

            • Buddy says:

              It’s possible that the only way to see how these agencies work is to infiltrate them. I’m skeptical of anyone who condemns another person for being “connected to an agency.” I despise the agencies. But I’m willing to grant that not every person ever connected to an agency is an absolute rat bastard. Guilt by association strikes me as the least persuasive conclusion. It should signal the start of an investigation rather than the end. When people say “But Trump was on Epstein’s island” or “But Trump pushed the vaccine” it’s like someone saying to me, “Hiter had a dog. You had a dog. Therefore you are identical to Hitler.”

              • cu.h.j says:

                I never said that actually, but I do require stronger proof of someones intentions if they have connections to pharma and intelligence. Of course people can change and start doing the right thing. Malone is popular and he’s been on Tucker Carlson and Joe Rogen and so he’s getting a wide audience, which is good and also probably means he has to “tone it down”.

                Trump did not deliver on many promises and he should not have allowed the jab roll out. He should have fired Fauci right off the bat and refused to allow the excessive money printing, and quantitative easing.

                Sure, he’s far better than Biden who is a empty husk of a person who is only a mouth piece, but Trump should have done more.

                When he said he took the jab, I started wondering about him. Why would he take the jab if he already had Covid?

                When I look at the videos of the parents of children who took the jab and had their children die or be completely disabled, this really makes me doubt Trump.

                I’m saying nothing about supporters, because they are the ones with the real power. I really don’t think votes matter on the national level anymore. The election fraud the last time was so blatant.

                Agree when you say “it should be the start, not the end” and there’s lots of room for JC’s listeners to do their own digging.

      • colosseum says:

        I will also add Catherine Austin-Fitts’ interview with Breggin (they seem to be good friends):

        https://home.solari.com/special-solari-report-mass-formation-a-decoy-for-digital-concentration-camps-with-dr-peter-breggin/

        and Breggin’s recent article on America Out Loud about Desmet and Malone> I am not sure whether to believe what he says about Malone’s call, but I will leave it to you to decide:

        https://www.americaoutloud.com/psychotherapist-mattias-desmet-failed-to-report-his-own-mass-murderer-patient/

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Peter Breggin MD & Ginger Breggin
          Mattias Desmet
          Dr Robert Malone

          From Malone’s substack: Well Being: Stoking Rage
          EXCERPTS:
          …screenshots from Telegram, demonstrating that a moderately well known podcast personality (formerly a drug company rep) was using quite strong language to attack, demean and demonize me…
          …I was being accused of being controlled opposition…
          …I had been aware of increasingly strident internet-based personal attacks…of Dr. Mattias Desmet…
          …The level of hate and rage…
          …This specific attack yesterday…by a husband-wife author couple who have written a book…which is not selling particularly well.
          …The “personality” launching the attack is…with Pharmaceutical industry/drug rep experience who often teams to podcast with another “personality” whose business prior to the COVIDcrisis was working as a bounty hunter, and who has no background nor training in infectious disease, medicine, science, or any other discipline to the best of my knowledge.
          Other colleagues have told me that this podcasting team has made quite a bit of money during the outbreak selling vitamins and supplements to their audience.
          My point with this brief anonymized summary is that there are business interests at play here, which have the appearance of potential financial conflicts of interest….

          https://www.corbettreport.com/nwnw20220818/#comment-139729

          • colosseum says:

            I am seriously baffled by the behaviour of both the parties involved in this “drama”:

            1) On one side, there is a relatively accomplished Jewish doctor (Breggin, with some fairly gung-ho pro-Israel and anti-Iran views) not just reviewing a book written by another academic colleague, but launching some fairly vicious attacks on multiple platforms and media outlets. What for? Breggin puts the blame more on the pathological elite while Desmet focuses primarily on the tendency of the masses to become sheeple. So what? The 2 are not mutually exclusive after all, so why frothing like a mad dog against Desmet?

            2) On the other side, there is an (ex?) pro-vaccine researcher with multiple business interests in the mRNA industry instantly becoming the amplifier of Desmet’s theories and getting allegedly fairly rabid to those who criticize the mass formation idea. What for? What does he gain by doing that?

            Conclusion: there are obviously other elements playing in the background that we are not fully aware of.

        • pearl says:

          I have to agree. A legitimate concern has now degraded into hopeless, stupid drama. Yuck. I did, however, appreciate one of Dr. Yeadon’s comments on the hostile environment there in response to Breggin’s “rage” (seriously? I’ve seen rage, and that ain’t it):

          “Indeed, I feel like I’m living in a world created by Smiley’s People.”

  20. Brian says:

    Hello everyone, I hope everyone is safe. It has been a while since I have posted.
    I want to share my Spotify Playlist. I hope this link will work for everyone. If anyone would like a pdf of all the songs and singers. I will do my best to provide.
    This Playlist consist of some of my favorite Anti-war, no- Governments and corporation songs.
    Please listen to what they have to say and let me know what you think. #Reggae #country #rock

    https://open.spotify.com/track/4f89WLNj2WAWQgMmO8Y69c?si=wRfq5TAOSEqAQFtn_v7JLw&utm_source=copy-link

    • Duck says:

      brian
      Dont take this as a personal thing… but why are you using spyware?
      You can just search for news articles “Spotify spying”

      Us Olde Tymers just steal music off the Internets and put it into an iso or burn an CD or make a local playlist. 🙂 Not trying to get at you but folks need to take control of their computing, their data and their media and learn how to do Local Storage, which is King.

      https://www.inputmag.com/culture/evan-greer-surveillance-capitalism-activist-musician-wants-to-stop-spotify-spying-on-its-users

      • Brian says:

        Thank you Duck for your reply. I do not at all take it personally. I am relatively new at this sharing this sort of information. After reading alot of the solutions watch information. It has really opened my eyes on this Spyware you speak of. To be honest, I know I need to take action on my pc and phone. The types of software I use and the way I use them.

        I was interduced to Spotify before I went down the James Cobbett rabbit hole. In fact I found the Cobbett report on Spotify and a few other shows like him that I listen to very often. It has helped me discover music like I am sharing here. Music I feel has a cause and purpose for informing the people of government corruption that we speak of here.
        I will look into the link you shared with me. I am trying to push myself into zero tracking systems but it is a bit intimidating.
        I hope you understand.

  21. tag says:

    Hey! Why wasn’t there a test after the Mass Media Course? 🙂

  22. Torus says:

    Hello all!
    I have started to research “smart meters” and the “smart grid” how they relate to the planet-wide energy control that is unfolding. Of course, I looked into the Corbett archives as a spring board, and found these gems.

    Prescient!!

    In this10 year old interview the WEF and technocracy are mentioned! Certainly not on my radar at that time.
    https://www.corbettreport.com/corbett-report-radio-083-the-technocratic-smart-grid-with-patrick-wood/

    This interview with the documentary filmmaker Josh Del Sol (8 years ago) is even more valid today. https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-821-take-back-your-power-with-josh-del-sol/

    Here is the goo tube link to the film “Take Back Your Power”
    Get those “smart meters” off your homes!! Opt out and demand energy companies to show you the safety studies…
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZTiT9ZSg3Q#dialog

    Maybe some good episodes for flashbacks. Especially that first interview with Patrick Wood who has been warning about the Technocratic Takeover for decades!

  23. James and Broc,

    Not all truth advocates have figured out the same psyops yet but here’s some of my research since 2007:

    Michael’s Newsletter
    https://michaelatkinson.substack.com/

    Best regards,
    Michael

  24. Steve Smith says:

    Speaking of germ theory…

    I am currently suffering the worst flu like symptoms I’ve had in probably a decade or so. My nose is running like a faucet, my head was pounding till I took three aspirin, I’m coughing up some pretty disgusting stuff from my lungs and I’m feeling generally like crap. Its been going on for almost a week now.

    And I know that it has nothing to do with a virus!

    I’m on my sixth or seventh day of taking something called Black Salve that I learned about from fellow Corbett Report member Lilac Dragonfly. And as my favorite DJ JEP would quip. “That just means it’s working “.
    The Black Salve is evidently used most often externally for skin cancer but can be taken internally as well. The symptoms that I am experiencing are the result of detoxing from what I’m told. Apparently I have a lot more toxins in me than I thought.
    I can attest that it is some powerful medicine!
    I am supposed to continue this for a total of twenty days and then take a break.
    I’m pretty sure that I will survive the process and its probably no where near as bad as the side effects of chemotherapy but it ain’t pleasant.

    I just thought that it was worth mentioning that if I had experienced these symptoms before the scamdemic. Or if I were among those who bought into the lies. I would have definitely attributed it to a virus.
    Live and learn.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Whatever the mechanism that’s causing it, the important thing is to take care of your body and make sure you’re giving it what it needs.

      I’ve always found that vitamin C and Zinc and ginger helps me when I’m sick. I did use Ivermectin for my last flu like illness this past summer and whatever what was going on, I recovered pretty quickly.

      One thing I can recommend is to make sure you’re getting enough fluids with nutrition. Dehydration can also cause headaches. Too much hydration can be detrimental but a couple liters of fluids per day won’t kill a person with functioning kidneys and heart.

      Hope you feel better soon.

    • pearl says:

      Wow, Steve, that’s brutal. So sorry to read that you’re suffering. Hope I wasn’t a contributor to your poor body’s stress. Take care.

      • Steve Smith says:

        No, not at all Pearl. I appreciate your thoughts.
        This adventure is entirely and voluntarily self inflicted.
        I have high hopes that this along with the myriad other things I’m doing is going to set me right.

        Cu.hj. I am drinking lots of Berkey filtered, hydrogen infused rainwater. As evidenced by the seemingly countless times that I have to get up during the night.
        The problem is that since retiring I’m not spending enough time outside sweating like I used to. I will have to correct that sooner or later.
        I’m still taking all the vitamins and supplements that my now former naturopath recommenced and eating healthy food. Which is why I’m sort of surprised about how toxic I seem to be. But maybe its toxins from the disease and not diet. Don’t know.
        Anyway, thanks for the advice.

        • cu.h.j says:

          There’s an interesting video Tom Cowan put out that talked in part about the diet of healthy people. He mentions animal fat being a component of the diet. There are some links under the video:

          https://odysee.com/@ReluctantMystic:7/Foundational-Thinking-and-Rebuttal-to-Hammond-and-Flemming–Webinar-from-August-31,-2022:8

          I thought that part of it was particularly interesting, he mentions studying the teeth of people who lived the longest and without disease and looking at what they ate. That makes sense.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            LINK to
            The Strong Case Against Plant Seed Oils (Omega-6 oils – LA linoleic acid)
            https://www.corbettreport.com/september-open-thread-2022/#comment-139277

            In my own words, a brief overview of the above is that mankind has never consumed the quantities of Omega-6 oils that it currently consumes.
            Omega-6 oils in this outrageous overdose ratio is extremely unhealthy as they accumulate in the fatty tissues of animals and people.
            (Thus, grassfed beef contains a ‘normal’ Omega-3 to Omega-6 ratio).

            Cells in the body get energy from either sugar or oil. Ideally, oil derived energy is optimum. Plant oils are like putting bad gasoline into the tank.

            It takes a long, long time to ‘detox’ the excessive Omega-6 fat tissue out of the body.

            • cu.h.j says:

              Thanks HRS. I’m going to have to adjust my diet soon. I really want to start using our other metabolic pathway, using oil as fuel and as you say not with excess Omega-6.

              I strongly believe that so many of the health problems now are caused by a poor diet. I can see it with my own eyes. So many people suffer from poor health and are stuck dependent on the medical system. Many people are held captive by it.

              This is another avenue of freedom, bodily freedom from disease and reliance on the slavery system that includes the allopathic system.

              It really only should be used in limited situations and the bulk of health care could be with other modalities if needed.

            • Gavinm says:

              @HRS I know stuff like soy bean oil is bad news for many reasons (the Omega-6 ratio being one of them) but do you put all plant oils into the category of being “like putting bad gasoline into the tank”? What are your thoughts on organic hemp seed oil?

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                I think that it boils down to personal evaluations and choice and how one ‘feels’ when consuming different foods.
                Hemp seed oil has a different Omega content than many seed oils.
                I will certainly utilize Black Seed oil occasionally.
                Many times, I also put Black Seed in my green smoothies.

                My personal take-away after exploring the lectures and literature is that NEVER in history has mankind devoured so many plant oils.
                That makes sense to me.
                It seems like an overdose to the max.
                Unlike water soluble nutrients, oils accumulate and hang around in the body.

        • Buddy says:

          I suspect ivermectin is a cure for the flu.

          • Steve Smith says:

            “ I suspect ivermectin is a cure for the flu.”

            I don’t have the flu. That was the point of my post.

          • cu.h.j says:

            I watched something by the FLCCC doctor Kory (I think it was Dr. Kory) who was discussing a possible mechanism for ivermectin on the bacteria in our gut that is important for immune function.

            These bacteria that live in our gut are extremely important for health and this area of research is really unknown as far as I know.

            This adds a hole new layer of complexity to how we function as living beings. We are dependent on these microbes to help us.

    • CRM114 says:

      Are you sure that stuff isn’t making you sick? Sounds pretty shady to me

      • Steve Smith says:

        “Are you sure that stuff isn’t making you sick? Sounds pretty shady to me”

        I am certain that it is making me sick. Or at least making me feel sick. Actually I’m feeling a little better the last couple of days.

        Here’s the thing. Chemotherapy makes people sick. So does radiation. Surgery makes people feel pretty bad too.
        The Black Salve is a very, let me stress that, VERY powerful medicine. Its also much more natural than Chemotherapy, radiation or surgery. I like natural.
        From all the research that I’ve done, and I’ve done a lot, the reaction that I’m experiencing is to be expected.

        I am taking the recommended amount internally and taking it according to the schedule that I was instructed to.
        In addition I have used it on a bothersome spot on my back that has troubled me for years and am able to actually watch it perform it’s magic. I can’t see what it is doing inside my body but if what it is doing to that spot is any clue as to it’s efficacy, (I’ve got pics), then I am very optimistic that it is living up to its billing.

        Please, I encourage you to research it for yourself. Even if you’re young and have no problems, you might be able to help someone else who is contemplating making a decision that they might regret.
        Its always good to know your options.

        Nobody ever said curing one’s self of cancer would be easy and it definitely isn’t. But it is the only option that I have if I am to stand by my principles. And I’m kind of stubborn about my principles.

        Like a friend of mine used to say. “If it don’t kill you it’ll make you stronger”.
        Not sure that I completely buy that but I do believe in the old saying, “no pain, no gain”. 🥵

        • Duck says:

          “…Nobody ever said curing one’s self of cancer would be easy and it definitely isn’t. ..”

          I am in not way an expert or Doctor but as I understand it Keto diets starve cancers because Cancer cells eat only sugar.

          I will say that going Keto makes you feel like crap for a week and then you feel quite different, but good. Its possibly very dangerous for diabetics though as I understand it

          https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31399389/

          Good luck and best wishes.

          Not much else I can say. 🙁

          • cu.h.j says:

            Agree Duck, Keto and probably mostly carnivore diet to starve cancer cells that do use glycogen pathway. That’s what I would do if I had cancer, definitely use ketogenic pathway until cancer was gone or in a steady state.

            Cancer cells divide quickly and easy to use glucose metabolic pathway versus keto pathway.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Steve Smith says:
      “I am currently suffering the worst flu like symptoms I’ve had in probably a decade or so. My nose is running like a faucet….”

      People should take note of this phenomena.
      When the body is trying to get rid of something like toxins, flu like symptoms occur.
      I wish the general public recognized this phenomena. …Instead getting something from the drug store for a runny nose, the general public should explore what was causing it.

      I admire what Steve is doing. He gathers valuable information and does what he thinks is best. He’s got more data insight than anyone else as to what is going on with Steve Smith.

      When I almost died from my job’s lab exposures to chemical solvents, I had those flu like symptoms out the ying yang.
      Fortunately, I did this… https://www.corbettreport.com/mortality/#comment-130028
      NAC N-Acetyl-Cysteine and the glutathione aspect (which is the best anti-oxident that the body makes)

      • cu.h.j says:

        He sure does know what’s going on with Steve Smith better than anyone else.

        For me, I don’t like symptoms because the bad feelings can be overwhelming and affect me psychologically. I tend to like getting over fever pretty quickly and runny stuffy nose too. But I use symptom relief temporarily not for long periods, just enough for my mind to help my body saying to it “it will be okay, it will pass, it’s getting better” etc.

        Each person is an expert in their own body.

        • Steve Smith says:

          I did wuss out and used aspirin to get through the worse of my reaction to the Black Salve flu. I am off them now though.

          I thank you sincerely for your vote of confidence and encouragement HRS.

          Cu.h.j. And Duck, I thank you too.

          I did look into the carnivore diet. From what I can find there is a lot of varying opinions about it. Unfortunately the information is only anecdotal.
          I do consider personal testimonials and anecdotes very informative and certainly useful but I just don’t think that the carnivore diet makes sense in my case.

          Conversely, there seems to be a lot of solid evidence that apricot kernels (Laetrile), Black Salve, baking soda and Chaga are effective natural remedies.
          I can’t say that utilizing these among other things is going to cure my cancer. After all, I spent over a half century in ignorance doing my best to ruin my health. (Better late than never). But I really believe that I’m giving myself the best chance of healing that I can.

          When my poor lifestyle and habits began catching up with me a little over a decade ago. I went vegetarian. Then vegan. For awhile only fruit. I cut out sugar, processed food and anything with gluten. My education was coming slowly.
          Since then, as I’ve continued researching, I’ve gone back to eating some animal products such as eggs, cheese and butter in moderation and use only coconut and quality olive oils.
          I eat hardly any sugar but I do use honey in order to eat a lemon a day. Peel and all.
          From what I have read, honey does not have the same negative effects that processed sugar has. Some things I’ve read said that it might actually help fight cancer.

          To eat the flesh of animals would be something that I’m not sure would be worth it for me even if I knew that it would heal me. (Those pesky principles again).

          I really hope that I’m on the right track and am very optimistic about it but truthfully, I am not afraid of death and actually am kinda looking forward to the next leg of my journey when the time comes.
          I would love to see how all the current global craziness is going to work out though.

          I owe so much to my friends here at the Corbett Report for spurring me to investigate the many theories that are out there. For the ideas and suggestions that have led me to be proactive about it.

          I sincerely appreciate you all for your caring and encouragement.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Steve Smith says:
            “I do use honey in order to eat a lemon a day. Peel and all.”

            That’s interesting.
            The peel contains d-limonene. (I call it ‘orange oil’) Jarrow sells the supplement.
            I have the stuff, and on a blue moon take a pill or two.
            Years back when I was in the Vitamin Dept, I read some very interesting studies about it. In fact, one study talked about d-limonene curing Pancreatic cancer, which is usually a death sentence. D-limonene has some interesting health benefits. One website states “Limonene May Also May Increase Effectiveness of Certain Cancer Therapies.”

            One regular customer (I would see over 100 customers per day) kept wrestling with his blood sugar, and trying different supplements.
            On a whim, I told him about the Jarrow d-limonene. He tried it and everytime he came in he would rave about it.
            It will certainly make your breath smell like oranges.

            I use the bottled Medina Orange Oil for a variety of non-diet things. e.g. …A natural pesticide which melts fire ants or to freshen the air. It will damage acrylics. But on occasion I have washed my hair and body with a small amount of it after doing dirty garden stuff. I’m sure the stuff would handle lice and their eggs. I’ve used it when washing dogs. Fleas will die. Don’t use it on cats. I always dilute it for any of these applications.

          • cu.h.j says:

            I do hope you get better Steve. We would all feel the loss if you died. I’m sure JC would be sad too.

            Which is why I will urge you to research the ketogenic diet and cancer. Duck posted a paper above. It would be worth a shot, right? Get rid of most carbs and burn fat for fuel. You could continue you other treatment too.

            I see eating animals as a weird ethical dilemma that exists in the natural world. Every living thing will die and plants have some degree of “desire” to live, but we use plants as food.

            And look at the Eskimo who had really little choice in the matter, they had to eat meat.

            Maybe there’s a way for you to try a keto diet using less animal products, I don’t know, but you could try some version of of a keto diet to change the type of fuel you’re using to starve the cancer cells.

            For me, eating animal flesh makes my body feel more healthy than when I have restricted it. And I do try to source my meat from people who do care about their animals. Hunting in the wild is probably the most ethical and when I get to where I’m going, maybe I’ll hunt deer and wild pig.

            • Steve Smith says:

              Thanks again cu.h.j. Your caring words are very touching.

              I really have researched the ketogenic diet in relation to my issue. But it just doesn’t make sense for me. As I have stated. I simply will not seek out conventional allopathic medical solutions and the ketogenic diet, according to the paper that Duck linked, as well as everything else I found on the subject, claims that the diet is beneficial specifically in conjunction with those therapies.

              This is from the paper.

              “The ketogenic diet, a high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet with adequate amounts of protein, appears to sensitize most cancers to standard treatment by exploiting the reprogramed metabolism of cancer cells, making the diet a promising candidate as an adjuvant cancer therapy.”

              “Major conclusions: The ketogenic diet probably creates an unfavorable metabolic environment for cancer cells and thus can be regarded as a promising adjuvant as a patient-specific multifactorial therapy. The majority of preclinical and several clinical studies argue for the use of the ketogenic diet in combination with standard therapies based on its potential to enhance the antitumor effects of classic chemo- and radiotherapy, its overall good safety and tolerability and increase in quality of life. However, to further elucidate the mechanisms of the ketogenic diet as a therapy and evaluate its application in clinical practice, more molecular studies as well as uniformly controlled clinical trials are needed.“

              • cu.h.j says:

                They have to say “ajuvant” because they have have to give lip service to big pharma, but the science behind the diet is sound.

                If cancer is exploiting a metabolic pathway and you have the option of using a metabolic pathway that the cancer does not like to use, to use that one makes sense to me.

                You could take the therapies you have been taking in addition to the keto diet. Look at the anecdotal reports too.

                Your body is your own to do with what you will, and you don’t have to try anything you don’t want to try for whatever reason you don’t want to.

                But I will urge you anyway do do a little more research and try it anyway. If you don’t like it and don’t feel better after a few weeks, you could always stop. I do think that for some conditions at least for a short period of time burning ketones for food is probably much healthier than the glucose pathway.

              • cu.h.j says:

                I’m not saying to stop what you are doing, but to add this to your regime by creating a hostile environment for the cancer by using a different metabolic pathway.

                I think you are a good human being and would be sad to lose you, even though I’ve never met you before, I like hearing what you have to say.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Hi Steve,

                I found this other article for you. It’s about the prevention and suppression of colo-rectal tumors in mice by using the ketone pathway for metabolism that humans also have as an alternative:

                https://www.pennmedicine.org/news/news-releases/2022/april/keto-molecule-may-be-useful-in-preventing-and-treating-colorectal-cancer-penn-study-suggests

            • Steve Smith says:

              Thanks cu.h.j.!
              That is very encouraging.

              “They were able to reproduce the tumor-suppressing effects of the keto diets simply by giving the mice BHB, either in their water or via an infusion mimicking the liver’s natural secretion of the molecule.”

              I am a proponent of fasting and I actually did plan to do a fast after the twenty day Black Salve program that I am currently doing.

              If the BHB is something that I can get as a supplement I will definitely try it.
              Its probably made from animals but I won’t think too much about that. 🤔

              Really glad that you shared this with me. I will definitely pursue this. The only thing I can’t do is eat animals.

              • cu.h.j says:

                I am also going to start fasting too and am going to look into getting this supplement. I may also try a low carb ketogenic diet for a month when I have some time off.

                I have heard that people also report that this metabolic pathway can help with depression, which I have had ongoing problems with.

  25. colosseum says:

    Hi guys,

    you gotta watch this video, especially around the 22min mark when Denis was asked “so, if not a virus, what caused all these excess deaths?”. The answer may surprise you (or probably not):

    Professor Denis Rancourt appears on the Jerm Warfare podcast to discuss his latest paper reviewing all-cause mortality around the world, and how it doesn’t show there was ever a “pandemic” at all.

    https://off-guardian.org/2022/09/02/watch-all-cause-mortality-data-strongly-suggests-no-viral-outbreak-in-2020/

  26. HomeRemedySupply says:

    24 August 2022
    Is The Virus Real?
    by Meryl Nass

    https://www.sott.net/article/471429-Is-The-Virus-Real
    [IMAGE in article – SARS-CoV-2 ]

    I wrote this 18 months ago, but it has held up. The last part talks about how one might start a COVID origin investigation.

    I continue to be asked if the virus is real. I answered this question in 2 prior blog posts, below. But Off-Guardian has a new article claiming the virus is fake, and I was again asked to comment….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Yohan Tengra
      Does the SARS-CoV-2 Virus Exist?

      https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-1716-james-corbett-on-research-anarchy-and-the-future/#comment-132679

      For those unfamiliar, Yohan Tengra is a longtime activist in India. Derrick Broze and James Corbett have both featured him. At the link, Yohan interview James Corbett about a host of topics.

      • cu.h.j says:

        Thanks for linking this, very helpful for my research. I would like to repost this link to the contagion study done with the cultured virus or particle:

        https://www.researchsquare.com/article/rs-1121993/v1

        One thing I would like to know is how they do viral load testing. I’ve never looked at the methodology.

        Also, I notice “asymptomatic infection” I think this idea needs to be explored. If someone has no symptoms can they be infectious?

        That’s not what the CDC says anymore with the new guidelines. They don’t even recommend testing for people without testing. So, that part is very questionable.

        This makes me so angry to see how this scam was perpetuated, regardless of if the particle exists as a pathogen or at all, this was a massive crime and it is still continuing. This is outrageous!!

        And this injection is causing myocarditis in children and they are being forced to take this toxic injection to attend school.

        The people involved in this should look hard at themselves in the mirror, if there is any shred of conscience left, any drop of humanity and look what they have done. They will know regardless of if they are ever brought to justice what they have done and I hope that that knowledge eats away at them every night. And they can still come forward and stop this and come clean to themselves by trying to remedy this situation before it gets worse.

        That’s the only way to fill the void in them, to stop this and come clean. No amount of money or power will fill it.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          cu.h.j says:
          “…This makes me so angry to see how this scam was perpetuated, regardless of if the particle exists as a pathogen or at all, this was a massive crime and it is still continuing….”

          You said it cu.h.j!
          I furiously cuss at the walls sometimes.

          Like you said:
          “The people involved in this should look hard at themselves in the mirror, if there is any shred of conscience left, any drop of humanity and look what they have done….”

          And I want to see the sociopaths and psychopaths pay for their destruction and murder.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      James Corbett’s statements about Covid
      [Be sure to listen to the VIDEO for the full context.]
      https://www.corbettreport.com/solutionswatch-corbettpirate/#comment-139155

      NOTE: Covid is considered the novel illness and/or symptoms. SARS-CoV-2 is a label for the virus.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      FLASHBACK: Al Qaeda Doesn’t Exist (2009)
      https://www.corbettreport.com/flashback-al-qaeda-doesnt-exist-2009/

      Long time Corbett Report enthusiasts will remember Al Qaeda Doesn’t Exist, the ambitious feature length documentary project that I started (and abandoned) way back in 2009.
      Unfortunately, that video doesn’t exist anymore thanks to the YouTube censors, but it is preserved on the 2009 Data Archive USB.
      Today I present to you the Prologue from that documentary project.

      😉

    • cu.h.j says:

      Here’s an article I thought was interesting. It’s posted by someone who believes it’s real, but he’s respectful in his commentary. I’m sure there is a rebuttal from those who say it’s not real, meaning it’s not a pathogen or an irrelevant piece of RNA:

      https://www.anhinternational.org/news/anh-feature-does-the-virus-exist-a-critical-need-for-resolution/

      I actually have been researching this more thoroughly because there has been strong corruption in the dominant medical paradigm and so you’ve got to check it out.

      My cursory summary of what’s been said is that it’s an in silico genome (based on computer modeling) constructed from one man in Wuhan. This was patient 0 who became ill and did not test positive for flu or other pathogens so they took some lung fluid and performed whole genome sequencing on him and came up with a likely pathogen based on comparison to what they have in a genome database of other “viruses” and bacteria.

      Then after that, this might have been what was used to create the PCR test, I think. But they also tried to “isolate” something that looked like this in silico genome from other people who tested positive on the PCR test by “growing” particles in a lab.

      They are grown by taking swabs and lung fluid from others who test positive on the PCR test and mix this into cell culture to try to get these particles to multiply and bud off so they can see them and view cytopathic effects. Virus skeptics say there are no controls being done with only the cell culture and the ingredients by itself before adding the stuff from the patients, so you can’t tell if cytopathic effects are caused from the stuff from the patient since you aren’t comparing it with the other stuff by itself.

      I don’t know if they didn’t have controls for Sars-Cov-2, but I didn’t see it documented. So people have logical questions about this process and I haven’t seen any real answers that address this question specifically. Some have said you don’t need controls, but why?

      Then there is the separate issue which is the disease called Covid, which in my opinion did have some unique characteristics that I have never seen before. And in some cases it appears to be contagious. But is it from this alleged particle called Sars Cov 2, I don’t know.

      I don’t know enough about whole genome sequencing yet. I also don’t know if there might have been a toxin that produces similar symptoms. I know that what ever they are injecting people with seems to cause a similar disease, has no benefit and is harmful to health. People are being poisoned at worst and injected with a completely useless compound at best.

      • robster says:

        Thanks for that link, interesting. Looking into it.

        “I don’t know if they didn’t have controls for Sars-Cov-2, but I didn’t see it documented.”

        If it’s not documented, it wasn’t done. 😉

    • nosoapradio says:

      I listened to this roundtable video posted by Meryl Nass and though I didn’t find it wildly compelling in the sense, it’s not really savant enough to present to your virus-skeptical friends as, at best, they’ll probably just shrug and say “they didn’t mention the word “isolation” even once!”, which is true though there was lots of gesturing in that direction.
      But if I’m honest, on the whole, it pretty well encapsulates my own position on the question, even concerning the timing of this sudden and vehement “no-virus” hardsell, as a probable way of further stigmatizing “covid-skeptics”. And as the pundits here argued, it comes down to binary thinking yet again, pepsi vs coke, nike vs adidas, apple vs microsoft, terrain theory vs germ theory, democans or republicrats, Ukraine or Russia, AGW or climate skeptic etc etc etc.
      and also
      semantics, I think, concerning the nomenclature of various types of proteins accoridng to their more or less observable behaviors etc.
      and last but certainly not least, in addition to all of the miasmic uncertainty of everything cited above, using truth to mislead, as there is certainly truth to the arguments put forth by the mostly sincere, courageous and perspicacious no-virusers, in terms of the history of virology and the HIV scandal, but the ol’ Chomskian technique of using truth to mislead, with timing as a key element, seems unmistakable. And as mentioned by others here in Corbett-land, the modus operandi smacks of the diversions and cut-throat antagonistic debates used, for example, to create confusion and division in the wake of the 9/11 mass murder.

      Finally, though, I pretty much concur with what was said in the interview concerning contagion, I would agree with the no-virusers that the identification of the virus responsible for Covid-19 seems to have been quite rapid, murky and fortuitous.

      Too much technical nuance exacerbated by engineered confusion for today’s Netflix-style fast-food for thought and judgement in the court of public opinion to see clearly.

      so, thanks for posting.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I think that you hit the main essence of this entire topic.

        I personally don’t have a dog in the fight. I have my personal observations and experiences…and kind of yawn with very little interest in the topic anymore.

        I prefer the early grade school playground game.
        The girls would chase the guys. If the guy got touched, then he got the COOTIES!
        Another guy would have to come unfreeze his fellow Cootie infected friend with a Cooties shot.
        Sally and Charlotte were a lot of fun in the First and Second Grade. Of course, they always wore dresses. Sally had that olive skin and thick brown hair. Charlotte had those 50’s white female cat-eye horn rimmed glasses, and always had a quiet shy smile. I knew that she liked me when she selected me out amongst the other boys and gave me an Easter-egg that she painted.

        It’s more fun to have fun.

      • cu.h.j says:

        Great post,

        I like your comment on binary thinking. And below you can see “virus pushers against clot shots” versus “team-no virus”

        I do think it’s divisive and that there is a tendency to label people who don’t think like oneself as “controlled opposition” and it functions as a way to disperse a movement.

        The topic is extremely technical and does require some in depth research and some knowledge of molecular biology, genetics, and modern lab techniques. All of these areas have foundational knowledge of organic chemistry, general chemistry, general physics, statistics, calculus and systems biology (or general biology). At least this is if you get a bachelors degree. Beyond that I don’t know. I don’t know what you learn for a masters or PhD.

        It’s probably possible for some people to learn this on their own, or to be taught by another person, but that takes time, perhaps even years.

        This knowledge is the basic theoretical framework virology is using to understand how the structures they claim to culture, or isolate, and characterize function on a molecular level and they use this to construct the lab experiments. They look at the structure of the molecules RNA and DNA. Then there are the lab experiments and the equipment and using it with skill and knowing how it works.

        My point is that this is a very specialized and technical topic and I think that some people also recognize this and think that it is beyond what they are willing to put the time into understanding since they don’t want to study virology.

        What if RFK and Del Bigtree don’t want to learn about this? Why does that make them “controlled opposition” or “the enemy” to no-virus or virus skeptics?

        Why can’t people say “I don’t know” or they think it’s not the key issue without being the enemy? Also why does it make the other “side” the enemy for saying no-virus?

        Like you said, binary thinking, which is a paradigm.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I really do think that there should be “neutral ground” so that the anti-technocracy, anti-great reset, anti-human movement can create something better. We can stop the psychopaths from killing us off. We can figure out how our world works together and treat biology like the mystery that it is and approach it with curiosity.

          My own particular views are that, I don’t know enough to know if every single supposed virus particle exists. Sars-Cov-2 lab experiments seem questionable, how they came up with it and if it exists, why?

          I think contagion is a thing though, whatever it is, seems to occur sometimes. It could be terrain, or a combination of factors that we may never know or understand completely. The other stuff, the lab experiments and such to many people is irrelevant and beyond what they are willing to learn.

          What is more accessible is wealthy interests influence on medicine and virology in order to develop vaccines. Even people who support germ theory can understand that. That part should be exposed, and JC has done an excellent job with that.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Directly related to above…
      Is The Virus Real?
      by Meryl Nas

      I want to direct people’s attention SOUTH to more…
      Meryl Nas
      …and to…
      VIRUS Not Exist
      conversation with Del Bigtree and Derrick Broze

      https://www.corbettreport.com/september-open-thread-2022/#comment-139605

      (Several posts by Jo-ann)

  27. nosoapradio says:

    I thought this was an interesting and fairly articulate interview describing what I think JEP calls the Food World Order:

    https://www.thehighersidechats.com/dr-frederic-leroy-the-food-control-cult-anti-meat-elite-the-frankenfood-industrial-complex/#comments

    I tend to associate this loosely with a particular product/service that appears every single day on the Bing feed, a certain “Hello Fresh” where “they” send you a “pack” for preparing your food that includes fresh locally grown vegetables and “fresh” meat with a recipe I believe… Described thusly, it doesn’t sound objectionable, right? But it’s the idea of, in the name of convenience, sending a pack of food, like a wartime ration, normalizing, mainstreaming the delivery of prepackaged “fresh” food, that pushed to the extreme would render supermarkets obsolete and centrally control the prepackaging and distribution of food to homes, along with centralizing control over what “fresh” actually means, and finally how much meat you can order etc… if you see what I mean… It’s the whole uberization of food, distancing people further from knowing exactly what they’re consuming and making it easier to control what and how much people consume… Dunno what kind of success it’s enjoyed to date. Maybe more of a normalization campaign for the young Uberized generation, dunno…
    anyhow…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Hello Fresh
      The most popular meal kit in the world – ~ 1 billion Meals delivered in 2021
      Sustainability: Less food waste, C02 neutral delivery of every box

      ~~WWW hellofresh.com/
      It helps to have a TV show celebrity (Neil Patrick Harris) pimp your product in the U.S.
      HelloFresh SE STOCK MARKET – HFG • ETR Symbol Europe – €24.29 per share on Sept 2nd
      Symbol US HLFFF
      Market Cap – $3.997 Billion

      But there are a variety of other companies taking up this approach…
      e.g. Home Chef is one. ~~WWW homechef.com/
      2018 – Kroger acquiring Home Chef as it expands into meal delivery space.
      Kroger deal to acquire Chicago meal kit company Home Chef could be worth as much as $700M

      Yet, there seem to be some more genuine, more local and also organic companies…
      AUSTRALIA
      Healthy Fresh Food Boxes via Andrew Mark McDonald
      https://healthyfreshfoodboxes.com/pages/suppliers
      Grocery Surprise favourites from Melbourne and regional Victoria.
      Our fruit and vegetables are grown by local farmers who prioritise organic and sustainable farming.
      Choose between Pick Up or Home Delivery.

      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

      The Big Score now-a-days is to have a start-up company which gets sold to a major corporation. It is typically a huge windfall for the original owners of a start-up. A lot of start-up companies set their sights on being bought by a corporation or in being listed on the stock exchange. This is where the big dough is made.

      For some smaller companies which have a very tight cash flow and are on the edge of viability, a buy-out by a big corporation is a relief.
      Sprouts Farmers Market was once a more down-home independent type company until they ‘sold’ to Apollo (Leon Black) and then their stock was listed on the Stock Exchange.
      [Leon Black resigned because of his ties to Jeffrey Epstein.]
      Many vitamin companies have gone the way of being bought out by Big Corporations.
      In this age of big corporations which have endless amounts of cash, it is extremely tough for smaller companies to compete.

      All this said, there are some Corporations which I don’t really think ill of.
      e.g. Overstock.com founded by Patrick M. Byrne which takes bitcoin.
      Chipolte is another. I remember when shortly after they announced how the company was trying to distance itself from GMO ingredients. Suddenly, coincidently, different Chipolte restaurants in different cities were hitting the news wire with food poisoning reports. Their stock price nosedived for months on end.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Vitamin and Health Companies now owned by Mega-Corporations
        (See GRAPHIC image)
        https://www.corbettreport.com/july-open-thread-2022/#comment-137205

        QUOTE from article:
        Nestlé Health Science, for example, has acquired Garden of Life, Vital Proteins, Nuun, Pure Encapsulations, Wobenzym, Douglas Laboratories, Persona Nutrition, Genestra, Orthica, Minami, AOV, Klean Athlete and Bountiful.
        Bountiful, in turn, owns brands like Solgar, Osteo Bi-Flex, Puritan’s Pride, Ester-C and Sundown, all of which are now under Nestlé’s control.

        I am very familiar with some of these names, and remember when they were independent.
        I had a great face to face conversation with one of the owners of “New Chapter” which is now owned by (P&G) Proctor and Gamble. We talked business aspects and their company struggled with cash flow.
        I remember the transition when New Chapter was sold. Their product Zyflamend is excellent for Whole-Body Inflammation – it works extremely well.

        From the GRAPHIC in the article, it should be noted that some of these supplement manufacturers put chemicals like Aspartame and Propylene Glycol in their supplements. I’ve seen the labels.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I used to get this box meal plan several years ago when I worked more and since I don’t like to cook.

      The quality was definitely not as advertised and I got a severe case of gastritis that sent me to the emergency room. I never ordered any more of these box-meals again. On top of that they are expensive and overpriced.

  28. TimmyTaes says:

    September 1 we lost power here in Healdsburg, CA for two hours in the afternoon. PG & E equipment failure north of us in Cloverdale.
    California legislature, with Gov. Newsom’s signature outlaws gas-powered vehicle sales in 2035. The next day the California power grid operator says don’t plug in your EVs for charging until after 9 PM. EV’s only make up 2 to 5% of vehicles in Ca. And already the grid can’t handle charging them.
    Madness here in Cali.
    Will be over 100F for 11-15 days. The grid may fail.

  29. robster says:

    Good read on #teamvirus and #teamnovirus.

    https://apocalypticyoga.substack.com/p/the-sad-tale-of-poornima-wagh

    On RFK jr.: I doubt he has changed his position on viruses.

    • cu.h.j says:

      RFK probably doesn’t want to learn about the issues and try to focus on vaccines. I think it is a tactic for him. I don’t know what he really thinks about viruses. He seems to be against vaccines, which is good.

      He should learn about the beginning of this germ-vaccine money making enterprise though. The medical industrial complex is creating disease to enrich itself and in the process kill people off and make them dependent on it. It’s sickening.

      I think there should be a massive shift away from it, starve it off by strengthening the health of the population, the terrain. RFK can advocate for that.

      People are used to thinking of the world in a certain way and shifts happen gradually.

      • Buddy says:

        Kennedy has said he isn’t against vaccines. He said he would like to see more testing, the kind of real scientific testing that used to be done. I would guess any vaccine after 1990 needs to be analyzed. Fortunately, I got my shots in the 1970s with only a couple exceptions.

        • cu.h.j says:

          The book “Dissolving Illusions” was very good at looking at the origin of vaccines in Europe and the US and raises doubt about effectiveness of small-pox and polio vaccine. Many of these diseases were already over before the vaccine came out. Many of these pandemics were also caused by poor sanitation and living conditions and improving these environmental issues resolved the pandemic without any vaccine according to this book.

          Claims made in the book, and the author presented evidence were that the vaccines did nothing to stop epidemics but were falsely identified as “the cure” but it was better health practice that were the real cure. I think the author is right about small pox and polio.

          I had vaccines in the 1970s and some when I went to nursing school and I’m not taking any more of them. I think the best thing people can do is have better health, forget about vaccines.

  30. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Technocratic Rules and the Problems they can create…

    The following story has to be read in order to grasp the factors at play. Excerpts won’t suffice. I found it profound in a ‘simple way’, as it covers a relatively mild conundrum.

    Sept 1st – The New York Times
    Why Do Some People in New Jersey Suddenly Have Bags and Bags of Bags?
    https://archive.ph/zBpwQ

  31. HomeRemedySupply says:

    We all probably remember headlines from April or May like this…
    Putin’s fingerprints all over deaths of these 7 oligarchs this year: sources

    Well,…”accidents” and “suicides” happen.

    September 1st – The New York Post
    Russian oil executive and Putin critic Ravil Maganov dead after mysterious six-story fall
    (See links in article)
    https://archive.ph/EFXMj

    FULL article
    One less constant critic for Vladimir Putin.
    Ravil Maganov, 67, chief executive of Russian private oil giant Lukoil — and a Ukraine war opponent — died in a six-story plunge from a Moscow hospital window.

    The death Thursday was reported as a suicide by Russian state media, which noted the oil company’s board chairman had been hospitalized for a heart attack and was taking anti-depressants.
    In a statement, Lukoil said Maganov died following a “long illness,” according to the English-language Moscow Times.

    But two people who knew the businessman well told Reuters it was highly unlikely Maganov took his own life.
    The oil titan is one of several Russian energy execs to die suddenly and under murky circumstances since the war in Ukraine began.
    Another top Lukoil manager, Alexander Subbotin, was found dead in the basement of a house outside Moscow in May — the same month Vladislav Avayev, a former executive at Gazprombank, was discovered fatally shot beside his wife and daughter.

    A month prior, Sergei Protosenya — a former honcho at liquefied natural gas producer Novatek — was found dead beside his wife and daughter in Spain. Russian authorities claim he beat the pair to death with an ax before hanging himself. Spanish media reported no suicide note and no bloodstains on his body.
    Alexander Tyulakov, a Gazprom exec, was found dead in his garage the day after Russia invaded Ukraine in February.

    Lukoil, where Maganov had worked since 1993 — rising with the company as it grew out of the collapse of the Soviet Union — was unusual among the Russian oligarch class for consistently criticizing the war in Ukraine.
    In a March 3 statement, the Lukoil board called the invasion of Ukraine “tragic” and called for negotiations to bring about the “soonest possible end to armed conflict.”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Search Results for ‘suicide’ at Corbett Report
      https://www.corbettreport.com/?s=suicide

      One of the stories which impacts me is Requiem for the Suicided: Terrance Yeakey

      A courageous, muscular “teddy bear” African American policeman, Terry Yeakey kept going into the building grabbing kids under his arms to rescue them.
      He saw things.
      He documented things.
      He was later “suicided”.

      Can you shoot yourself twice in the head killing yourself, and then throw the gun away where no one can find it?

      It is important to note how, exactly, Yeakey is supposed to have killed himself.
      He was said to have slit his wrists and neck, causing him to nearly bleed to death in his car,…
      …and then miraculously climbed over a barbed wire fence.
      He then was purported to have walked over a miles’ distance, through a nearby field,…with rope burns on his neck…
      ….eventually shooting himself twice in the side of the head at an unusual angle from high above his head.
      Startlingly, no weapon (gun or knife) was found at the scene of the body, no investigation was conducted, no fingerprints taken, and no interviews with family members or friends were had to try and determine why Yeakey would have been suicidal, or if he had, in fact, been suicidal at all.
      Instead, the conclusion that Yeakey’s death was a suicide was reached immediately, without an autopsy.

    • Buddy says:

      Look on Bitchute for speeches by Putin. Assuming the translations are correct, he isn’t the person being portrayed in the English speaking press.

  32. Tina says:

    I would love for James to do a video analyzing the psychology (or psychopathy) behind the Powers That Shouldn’t Be, the globalists behind this new system that they want to implement … I know they’re eugenicists and understand their decades-long obsession with getting rid of the “bad stock”. But when I think about the Orwellian technocratic system of surveillance and control that they’re trying to roll out, what is behind this psychopathology? Is it about resources (they don’t want to share “their” planet’s resources)? Is it that they view us as animals, like we’re their pets that they want to herd into small areas (cages) of Smart Cities to better control us and feed crickets to? Is it just a control fetish? I remember reading once that when European immigrants came to the Americas, the Natives were perplexed that they always seemed to be in need of something (gold and silver) even when they had everything they physically needed (shelter, food, water…). I am very curious about this tiny, twisted group of psychopaths and understanding what makes them fundamentally psychologically different than the rest of humanity.

    • Duck says:

      Tina

      You are not able to understand the Elite (or the Managers who are actually building technocracy) because you are starting from the wrong point

      “….understanding what makes them fundamentally psychologically different than the rest of humanity….”

      ‘C. S. Lewis – The Necessity of Chivalry’ will show you how what you that as CS Lewis says people who are strong and NOT selfish and brutal are a work of Art not Nature.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-StpwwoU0dg

      They are NOT fundamentally differentfrom you or me, they are not even more wicked then normal (Though they have lost the restraint religion once put on them) … it is that the normie has been deprived of the Tools to understand the Elite and has a fundamentally BROKEN model of how the world works.

      The Elite are NOT very different then you or I in the way they think… they are just looking out for their own children the way you or I might- sadly they are lacking in moral training and act in the Natural state. The Managers building Technocracy are just doing what the Unabomber said and making their own jobs easier by adopting systems and tools without seeing the LONG TERM results

      Books that will help you to escape the mental trap of the “Boomer Truth Regime” 🙂 are
      “The Populist Delusion” from Imperium Press
      “The Psychopath Test” by Jon Ronson
      “Industrial Society and its Future” by the Unabomber
      “The Abolition of Man” CS Lewis

      You can probably find them all for free if you want but you ought to buy “Populist Delusion” but you can hear it read and discussed at The-Pete-Quinones-Show-Podcast

      As an edit I add that the Native Americans such as the The Iroquois League and the Aztec and others were quite happy to wage war for material gain… they, and other primitive peoples, act pretty much the same way as the settlers did- the idea of their nobility was the creation of Rich Weirdos in the Enlightenment… such as the disgusting Rousseau who wrote such nice things while knocking up his ignorant servant girl and then disposing of the children in orphanages so as not to bother with them

    • Duck says:

      heres a link on the french creep who is credited with popularizing the idea of a “Noble Savage” and humanities perfectibility

      https://generalist.academy/2020/10/28/rousseaus-children/

    • Buddy says:

      I know people don’t want to hear this, but…some of that behavior is like everyone else’s behavior, with the volume turned way up—different in degree rather than kind. Intro to Psychology teaches you about dominance, giving you a vocabulary for what everyone experiences on the playground at an early age. Dominance. Totem poles. Hierarchies. Pyramids. Ponzi schemes. Subjugation. Slavery. So many different ways of saying “I’m better than you.” Even the pedophile stuff that the globalists engage in is an extreme form of dominance, the desire to subjugate and enslave. The desire to control another.

      • Buddy says:

        The father of much of this New World Order dominance is Cecil Rhodes. He embodied the old British desire to expand the empire on the assumption that its effects were always positive. Basically he thought, “We’ve won, we know everything, and there’s nothing left to do but show other people how to live.” They didn’t see themselves as evil. Many are doing it for at least stated good intentions like helping mankind or saving the world. But it’s difficult to show them the bad consequences of their behavior because, as spoiled rich kids, they were often prevented from experiencing the consequences of their behavior. I suspect many would be shocked to hear how we talk about them. They would likely conclude that we (the masses) are dumb, short-sighted, and unsophisticated. It’s a vicious combination of ignorance and arrogance that these people have in spades.

  33. randallsnyderjr says:

    I truly believe should James join forces with all the wonderful independent media personalities he knows and everyone get behind the “real science,” the controlled studied and repeatable variety, the truth will resonate with all those exposed to it.

    Understanding the “fact” that viruses do not exist is literally “THE KEY” to stopping all the COVID related tyranny. ALL OF IT! There is nothing else that can accomplish this objective more effectively. PERIOD.

    We are unstoppable if we are all pulling on the “same” rope in the “same” direction. Unity on this one fact trumps all other distractions the Agenda 2030 crowd could ever muster.

    https://odysee.com/@drsambailey:c/Viruses-Baileys-Cowan-Kaufman-Respond-To-Del-Bigtree:b?r=3ryPex24bNqoHBbBqgqt8KTMW7FzWQbH

    • Duck says:

      randallsnyderjr
      “….Understanding the “fact” that viruses do not exist is literally “THE KEY” to stopping all the COVID related tyranny…..”

      I think that even if Virus’s did not exist and you could prove it it would make ZERO difference to Covid Tyranny.

      Have you not seen people with masks on and their noses sticking over the top?? Or people who take their mask off to eat and then put it back?? Or people who think a curfew affects transmission?

      Covid Tyranny is based on the fact that most people are stupid and irreligious, and such people need to be told what to do. You could disprove virus’s later the MSM could have them wearing masks to prevent “humors” or because of “Nanite ALiens” or some such nonsense. NPC’s want to be led.

      • robster says:

        People obey because they are afraid of viruses.

      • randallsnyderjr says:

        That is most certainly true for those to whom truth and facts are irrelevant. However, spreading the PROVEN FACT, it’s not a theory, that viruses in the current parlance, not the traditional meaning of poison, DO NOT EXIST empowers those of us who do care, then there is a good cause to expose this truth to any and all who will take advantage of the FACT. The more ubiquitous this knowledge the more accepted it will become. Any good fact that can be used to undermine/derail the current depopulation agenda is good information to share.

        • Duck says:

          randallsnyderjr

          The funniest thing I’ve seen that shows this were people who FOLLOWED THE MASKLESS AROUND and berated them…

          If they actually ‘believed’ that the maskless person was a threat and BASED THEIR BEHAVIOR ON THAT BELIEF they’d have RUN AWAY wouldn’t they?

          You can tell people MEN GIVE BIRTH and that WOMEN HAVE PENISES…… and no one says much about it so what do you think a ‘fact’ about something people can not EVEN SEE is going to change?

          That said, for disclosure, I personally think the whole Virus-Np-Virus thing is a psy-op like Flat Earth and Planes No Planes.It wake up no new people but gives us plenty to argue abiyt
          I think Mr Corbett wrote about it
          https://www.corbettreport.com/sunstein-won-cognitive-infiltration-of-the-alternative-media/

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Duck,
            Just my opinion, but I tend to agree with your concept that “the whole Virus-Np-Virus thing is a psy-op like Flat Earth and Planes No Planes.It wake up no new people but gives us plenty to argue abiyt.”

            People should spend 15 minutes while thinking about “goals”.
            This is an excellent balanced discussion:
            VIRUS Not Exist
            conversation with Del Bigtree and Derrick Broze

            https://www.corbettreport.com/september-open-thread-2022/#comment-139605

            • Duck says:

              HomeRemedySupply

              Thanks for the link.

              That was a very good point that he made… its more important to win where the actual fight is, and to talk to people where they are are at.

              I have heard some people saying the “left-wing” wins because they want to Win, while the “right-wing” just wants to say “I told you so” as they loose.

          • Buddy says:

            I would never go to the extreme of saying “Viruses don’t exist.” However charming Sam Bailey is—and I did read her book and I have watched her videos—I still believe viruses exist. I have grown v. tired of the “all or nothing” mentality so prevalent in America, the swinging from one extreme to the other. Surely the way to happiness involves living a calm, moderate life and avoiding fanaticism.

            • cu.h.j says:

              Buddy, your point around black and white thinking as a good one.

              Nosopradio above also spoke about nomenclature and the argumentative way that debates were being conducted “I’m right and you’re wrong” are a bit peculiar.

              To say these structures don’t exist is a little inaccurate IMO, based on what I have researched so far. What they are looking at in the lab are real structures, what they actually do or if they have other functions is debatable.

              But the debate always falls back to “they don’t exist, or they do exist” seems to be narrow.

            • Duck says:

              Buddy
              “…..Trump has a team in place. They are not going to let people starve,…”

              Trump could not stop a bunch of disgenic freaks from burning down American cites, or rein in his own FBI, or maintain proper control of his own staff.

              Trump, even if he has the best will in the world, CAN NOT stop people from starving…. you would have to have Magical Thinking on a Harry Potter level to imagine that ANY president is able to fix the mess we are being led into.

              “…..I’m not prepared for total breakdown, because I don’t think total breakdown will occur. That’s a risk based on my assessment of the situation…….”

              Good luck with that, its kinda a risky gamble for not too much in insurance cost.

              I am a bit hazy on the whole evolution thing but as I understand it Natural Selection has something to do with it.

          • cu.h.j says:

            Duck,

            I’ll have to re read this report. Very interesting perspective about “planes no planes” “virus no virus” and “ball earth flat earth”

            Meanwhile, I’m worried about the chaos with the Russia-Ukraine conflict and how the shutting off of gas to Germany will effect us.

            What are people going to do about the food supply, long term. I think food and fuel are a bit more important than the nuance of what viruses are at this point in time.

            • Duck says:

              cu.h.j

              “….What are people going to do about the food supply, long term. I think food and fuel are a bit more important…”

              True, that reminds me, I hope you have a well on your future home site.

              Cutting off the water is one of the easiest ways to run everyone where they want us to go.

              • cu.h.j says:

                I do have a well, propane tank and live next door to a cattle rancher. I think I’ll be okay, just got to get growing some of my own food.

                I’m not totally off grid, but solar can power the essentials.

              • Buddy says:

                Trump has a team in place. They are not going to let people starve, though of course I can’t see the future, and the chaos has gone on much longer than I thought. I’m not prepared for total breakdown, because I don’t think total breakdown will occur. That’s a risk based on my assessment of the situation.

        • Duck says:

          randallsnyderjr

          That said, I do like a good argument…lol 🙂

      • Buddy says:

        “Covid Tyranny is based on the fact that most people are stupid and irreligious, and such people need to be told what to do.”

        This is the reason dictators use.

    • Steve Smith says:

      I watched that video earlier today. Because I’m lazy I will just copy and paste the comment that I left there.

      “The reason that the powers that shouldn’t be got away with perpetrating the scamdemic is because people believe in the superstition that government has a legitimate right to control people.
      IT DOESN’T!
      That people believe in viruses or not is secondary.
      The fact that most people trust authorities is the primary reason for all the ills of civilization.
      The germ theory versus terrain theory debate is just another distraction from the real problem that faces the world.
      Government!
      Get rid of authoritarianism and everything else falls nicely into place.
      If men would stop worshipping men and put the Creator back on the throne, all these problems would vanish overnight.”

  34. Is it really so hard for one of the video-making truth community members to throw together a video listing the things which indicate that Trump is working with the cabal, rather than just constantly making the assertion that he is?

    They regularly release videos that are much less useful after all.

    At this point, I’m really starting to wonder if the assumption that all presidents are dirty (a very fair assumption) has kept every single one of these video makers from even following Trump’s words & actions.

    Anyway… it would sure be nice to have such a video to share with Trump supporters. I hang out with them on Gab and they’re definitely a new breed of voter. They’re genuinely trying to figure out if Trump is actually on their side and they’re genuinely interested in seeing legit evidence that he’s not. Especially after his death-jab pushing.

    • Duck says:

      AnimalsArentFood

      Its not probable that there is “THE cablal as much as “the CabalS”.
      The reaction they Trump Elicited from the regular management indicates that he was NOT what they expected or wanted. That said I think its pretty clear that he was controlled by a bunch of Jews who give few F’s for your regular American except insofar as they will fund or fight for Israel.

      Since its pretty clear that even with 4 years in the Oval Office and massive popular support he is totally unable to become the ACTUAL ruler of the United States, or to eliminate his enemies (who are ALSO enemies of normal folks so it would have been nice) it does not really matter if he is just useless or an actual enemy….he can not or will not help.

      Dont get me wrong, his winning would be a good sign and people SHOULD vote for him, but those Trump supporters who think he’s going to drain the swamp are not worth your time. We ARE overdue a circulation of Elites according to “The Populist Delusion” and we should push for an Elite that does not actually hate us… though they will no doubt ALWAYS look down on us 😉 lol

      Chris LAsch predicted the rise of someone like Trump who would speak to the regular people, since the management class have grown to hate regular folks and, on some level, feel that sharing a world with us hurts them.

      I’m reading “The DUmbest Generation Grows Up” right now and its interesting how lots of people have adopted mental habits that will make them unhappy and eventually kill them.

      Revolt of The Elites CHristopher LAsch
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQ_B1VPWniI

    • Steve Smith says:

      Trump could have declassified everything from the JFK assassination to 911. He didn’t.
      He could have ended the destructive wars both domestic and foreign. He didn’t.
      He promised to “drain the swamp”. Not only didn’t he. He restocked it.
      He could have pardoned so many deserving people who have been wrongly accused and imprisoned. He pardoned mainly his cronies.
      He fast-tracked the lethal injections, He disregarded the second amendment to outlaw bumpstocks.

      Why do you still venerate politicians?

      • Duck says:

        I dont venerate politicians… but there is a graduation of sewage you can swim in…. a few turds floating by are preferable to being right next to the outlet.

        Trump is actually a good sign. The cracks in the unity of the Ruling class are always a good thing. Since there IS GOING TO BE a President having one that doesn’t actively hate you is a pretty good thing.

        Its sad (or is is…?) that he was not able to actually do anything, as AA mentioned in ‘Populist Delusion’ very few US Presidents actually Rule- FDR being the exception who did actually rule. Had he actually had the will to act he might have done something interesting.

      • cu.h.j says:

        Steve,

        Excellent points and you are right. His infringement on 2A was not something I was aware of.

        And lets look at “warp speed” and his promoting the jab. There were many deaths and severe life altering adverse reactions from it. Strokes in children and death. There’s lots of problems with other vaccines too, but in his initial campaign in 2016 he promoted something that was different than what we got.

        There was however an organic movement or sentiment he inspired though, even if this was not his intention that is a threat to the psychopathic parasite class. If that energy can be used to get people to examine other forms of existence in the US, I think that could be a strategy for change.

        People could go to his events and pass out booklets about voluntarism and start building something else.

        I think he’s there to keep people voting in in the same cycle.

      • Buddy says:

        You are either dishonest or you have done a very poor job drawing conclusions about current events.

        • cu.h.j says:

          How so? I mean it’s a fair question to ask why Trump helped roll out Warp Speed and didn’t pardon deserving individuals and also infringed on the second amendment.

          Remember “lock her up” this never happened.

        • Steve Smith says:

          “You are either dishonest or you have done a very poor job drawing conclusions about current events.”

          You are quick to go on the attack with insults. Why?

          Nevertheless I will attempt to engage in a civil conversation with you.

          I don’t believe that I am dishonest. I strongly believe in the position that I hold concerning the illegitimacy of government.
          If you feel that I have done a poor job of drawing conclusions about current events then please elaborate on what you think those conclusions are and in what way I am mistaken.

    • Buddy says:

      How much are you being paid to say this claptrap?

      • Steve Smith says:

        “How much are you being paid to say this claptrap?”

        To whom is this insult addressed Buddy?

        • Buddy says:

          Anyone who sees diabolical behavior in Trump. Surely there is copious evidence to refute any anti-Trump claim. I see nothing, literally nothing, diablocal in Trump. I would bet every penny I have that he will probably be remembered as the greatest president who ever lived.

          • Steve Smith says:

            Ah, I see what I’m dealing with.

            As Gilda Radner would say.
            “Never mind”

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            TAG: TRUMP
            at The Corbett Report

            https://www.corbettreport.com/tag/trump/

            There is a lot of information about Trump available which is backed by sources.
            There are also insights into the characters that he has participated with.

            There were some Corbett Report members who voted for Trump.
            I do not know of any Corbett member who voted for Hillary Clinton.

            • Steve Smith says:

              Sure wish I could write like this guy!

              “You have been duped, cheated, lied to, brainwashed, robbed, surveilled, censored, imprisoned, masked, economically destroyed, psychologically tortured, poisoned, and in many cases murdered, so the state can continue its quest for globalization and technocratic control over all. You have allowed your children to be indoctrinated, abused, injected with toxins, taught to question their legitimate biology; to attempt to ‘become’ boys when they are girls, and girls when they are boys. When will you learn to accept the truth, and distrust this wretched and immoral state for what it truly is; a religious cult leading you into the fires of hell?

              Don’t be fooled any longer. The war today is a war against all of you; it is the ruling class and governments warring against all the people. It is an intentionally designed global phenomenon that is never-ending, and can only lead to the destruction of most all life on earth. The elections you allow to divide you are the biggest bread and circus of all time, and serve only to divide, and never bring together. If acceptance of these truths become broad-based, progress toward freedom could flourish. Consider the obvious solution, which is for the masses to ignore and never comply with any ruling tyrannical government. Therefore, do not participate in your own demise. If no one votes, no one can be elected, and what a wonderful world that would be.”

              https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/09/gary-d-barnett/american-subjects-think-they-want-to-know-the-truth-but-can-they-handle-the-truth/

              • Buddy says:

                “Correct. It is simply the expression of the realization that any attempt at a rational conversation would be futile.”

                And this is a chickenshit cop-out. Run away, run away…

  35. jo-ann says:

    Del Bigtree interview with Derick Broze includes discussion of Terrain vs Germ theory. Good points were made that inform of Del’s strategy. (44 min point)

    “On this episode of The Activation podcast Derrick Broze interviews Del Bigtree, journalist, activist, and host of The Highwire. Topics include Del’s experience in film and production, the founding of The Highwire, questions about the funding of The Informed Consent Action Network, Del’s views on the Terrain vs Germ Theory debate, and why he is an eternal optimist.”

    https://theconsciousresistance.com/the-activation-19/

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      BUMP
      Derrick Broze interviews Del Bigtree

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Sidenote:
        Back around 2016, when “Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe” was being shown (sponsored by individuals and groups), Derrick Broze interviewed Del Bigtree at the Houston airport one day. He also interviewed Dr. Andrew Wakefield on August 30th, 2016.
        I remember posting the YouTube videos for “The Conscious Resistance” during that time in the comment section. The YouTube channel has been scrubbed and Derrick’s Bitchute channel does not go back to 2016, but stops at Sept 2018.

        April 9, 2016
        Why Did Houston’s Mayor Prevent VAXXED From Being Screened?
        https://www.thelastamericanvagabond.com/houstons-mayor-prevent-vaxxed-screened/
        …Since the City of Houston is involved in providing funding to the Houston International Film Festival, the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs reached out and asked that the film not be screened….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        VIRUS Not Exist
        conversation with Del Bigtree and Derrick Broze

        44:50 mark to the 60 minute mark.

        Regarding both sides of the issue, this was a very balanced and wise conversation.

        • jo-ann says:

          I thought so too. His strategy is to win cases against vaccine mandates and other unsound public health measures. He obviously has a good team of advisors, medical and legal.

  36. jo-ann says:

    Here Dr. Meryl Nass supports the virus theory of covid:

    https://www.sott.net/article/471429-Is-The-Virus-Real

    Snips from the article:

    “Here is a description of its culture and isolation, with additional details in the supplementary materials, for those who continue to clamour for it.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7228321/

    “Please don’t waste any more of your time on the “fake virus” hypothesis. We don’t have the time or luxury to fight each other. We need all hands on deck to turn back the Great Reset (whatever it is supposed to be) and regain sane control of our societies.”

    • cu.h.j says:

      Thanks Jo-ann. I looked at the paper and found the quote

      “Two days after inoculation of the VERO/hSLAM cell line, a subtle viral cytopathic effect was observed, and was distinct at day 6 compared with an uninfected control cell line (Box 3)”

      If they are comparing the culture material by itself (with the culture media) and then directly comparing it to the stuff from the patient, this does document a change in condition related to the stuff from the patient.

      Terrain theory promoters have insisted that no control experiments are ever done. Is this untrue?

      • jo-ann says:

        It seems this paper refutes that claim.

        The paper also states “a major principle of our laboratory response in Australia was to immediately share the viral isolate with the WHO and other laboratories to facilitate rapid validation of diagnostic testing. We continue to share live virus with other agencies, both locally and overseas, involved in the development and testing of therapeutic agents and vaccines.”

        Thus in early 2020 this lab was sharing the cultured live virus with other agencies.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I went back to the materials and method section and saw that before they added the grown virus, the removed essential media from the sample, so a true control does not appear to be done.

          They must document a sample that has the exact same stuff to see if the change occurred due to the virus or not. If they are not comparing the cells in the same environment then it’s not a true control.

          Or they could explain why they don’t do this. It seems to me this indicates at the very least that there is some other factor going on. I will have to do more research.

  37. jo-ann says:

    For those who are interested in natural health, here is a well referenced article from “Gavin’s Newsletter”:
    https://gavinmounsey.substack.com/p/turning-to-mother-natures-medicine
    An exploration of Radioprotective, Radiomitigative and Radiomodulatory whole foods and naturally occurring plant/fungal compounds.

  38. TKGS says:

    Is this the new address for Cash donations to Corbett Report/Media Monarchy?

    Media Monarchy
    c/o James Evan Pilato
    P.O. Box 189
    El Rito, NM 87530

    On the last New World Next Week Mr. Pilato said not to send mail to the post office box until after the move. Unfortunately, It’s time for my semi-annual donation and I don’t want the cash to be “lost in the mail”.

  39. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Dr Robert Malone gives a great list…

    Monday September 5, 2022 – “Labor Day Holiday” in the U.S.
    Global News: Around the world in a brief read
    Links and quotes from the news outlets

    https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/global-news-around-the-world-in-a

    • jo-ann says:

      Ouch – I’ve been black-pilled again!

      Somehow we need to establish around 500 Young Freedom Leader centers worldwide to counter the WEF, or slur and taint theirs.

      • jo-ann says:

        Obviously not a serious solution, just a foolish dream. Leaders are selected by the parasite class to manage us and execute WEF “recommended” policy.

        • Duck says:

          Jo-ann

          It IS a pretty serious solution if you have some like minded people.

          I was watching a dude, “Diversity in Comics” or something like that years ago because whats happened in Corporations has been mirrored in the Comic Book industry.

          Basically the way he described it a group of about 12 or 15 people who are thoroughly unpleasant, even with each other, gatekeep the hiring at small comic book companies and you can not get hired at the big companies until you’ve had a job….. so, ten or 15 years after this loose cabal gets in place the whole industry is filled with people that ARE ALL ON THE SAME PAGE AS THAT TINY GROUP OF WEIRDOS.

          There is no fast solution, to steal something Blackpilled has said often, the cancer has grown to the point that its eaten the host and YOU, and every other normal person, are now the infection that the immune system attacks. If I was King of America today it would still take GENERATIONS to undo the damage these people have done. Funny Enough, if Tim Poole does not go bad he might actually do some good with his ‘culture jamming’ thing.

          The ‘problem’ is that freedom minded people don’t want to lie and subvert…maybe thats a problemb maybe not ? lol

          edit:
          Not watched him in ages, he changed his name to
          ‘Comics MATTER w/Ya Boi Zack’

          what happens in movies and pop culture is actually pretty serious to how people think just like the Oddysee and stuff was to the Greeks and Romans

  40. 2-D Chess Dweller says:

    Spruiking and Commiserating,

    Hey! Here’s an article about UFOs!

    https://yesxorno.substack.com/p/sneeking-et-into-an-addendum-its

    On a more sober topic, I am depressed of what little I can do to support independent journalists. I have no money, so that’s out. I use what voice I can. It feels inconsequential.

    However, they “the big ‘they'” have not bashed my soul yet. I am publishing articles defending independent media:

    https://yesxorno.substack.com/p/counter-disinformation-is-the-latest

    I do stand up on the shit-stream called Twitter in defence of these voices. And, fuck me, sometimes they see it.

    https://twitter.com/yesxorno1/status/1566342908722257920

    I am not here to fight. I am here to argue, and bloody argue I will until my body will no longer support me. Fuck “Viva la revolution”. Gimme “Viva the discussion”.

    See you on a street corner,

    2-D

  41. Van says:

    I figure there’s a number of people on the board here who watch Richard Grove’s Grand Theft World regularly or from time to time. I’m curious what other people think of Grove’s position on Alex Jones. He gets into it here starting around the five hour mark https://grandtheftworld.com/2022/08/01/grand-theft-world-podcast-091-alex-jones-on-trial/
    Rich has continued to wear t-shirts in support of Jones and it has continued to be a topic in his shows. I have two big issues with Jones which Rich didn’t bring up
    (1) Regardless of whether he’s controlled opposition or a covert agent or not, it’s evident that Jones has been used to great effect as a chess piece by the powers that shouldn’t be to set new authoritarian precedents. Censoring him on twitter and banning him opened the floodgates. With his highly flammable and polarizing style of presentation, people who may have adhered to old school aclu free speech principles decided their hatred of AJ justified any measure. Without Jones as a tool, I’m not sure that attitudes regarding the first amendment could have been weakened to the degree that they have over the past several years. And now with his trial, the precedents being set are jaw dropping. He’s guilty before the trial ever began and all that’s left to decide is how much money he owes the families. That’s a very abbreviated summary and worth looking up if you haven’t.

    (2) Jones has walked back his position on sandy hook and said he got it wrong. As Richard discusses, Jones got bits of the story wrong and appears to have been swindled by Wolfgang halbig, but Sandy Hook was clearly a government operation. 112 pound mentally handicapped Adam Lanza didn’t kill all those people. It’s a horrible look to have Alex with his tail between his legs apologizing.

    Should Alex Jones be defended or is he stepping in too much shit and thereby aiding the cause of the New World Order? What do people think?

    • Duck says:

      I cant say what HE thinks of Alex Jones but I think Alex Jones went bad some time ago. That said Alex Jones was a great gateway OUT of the mainstream. All that insane ranting was like a Zen Master whacking the student until he gets Enlightened 😉

      People I no longer like all that much, like Stefan Molyneux and The Young Turks, were all great gateways OUT of what Academic Agent called the “Truth Regime”. I think the Beanie Hipster Tim Poole is still pretty OK, and will be the Alex Jones for Millennials and Zoomers….. almost ANYTHING that alerts people that something is wrong is good at this point.

      “…Should Alex Jones be defended or is he stepping in too much shit and thereby aiding the cause of the New World Order?…”

      Consider that I was shoved out of someones house today for Trump could have declassified any documents he took home. Literally shoved… by a little old lady.
      https://www.corbettreport.com/15things/ (item 13)
      Its getting to the point now that people who are not aware yet really DO NOT MATTER…so yes, Jones SHOULD be supported but it wont change the trajectory of events too much

      • reformednormie says:

        Agreed. The only reason I found CR was from Alex giving this site a plug when the Bill Gates doc came out. When he described the style as “real straight laced, no frills” etc I began my transition over to the realm of real journalism as I’d had enough of all that “own the libs” garbage had been listening to since 2016, my first step out of the mainstream. I was already getting horrified by the Q anon nonsense, did not buy into that from day one. And Molyneux was another story… started making more Doom gameplay videos than intellectual ones and when the scamdemic came all he could do was remind you that you heard it from him first and to hit that Donate button.

        From my observations the people I’ve personally known just have too much ego attachment to their side, want to be seen as always right and before you, mind you. That’s all that matters as their freedoms get sucked away.

        • Buddy says:

          What was it about “Q anon” that scared you? I could explain Q and the anons, but I’m not sure that’s what you want.

          • reformednormie says:

            I should have been more specific with that statement. The same person who introduced me to infowars, Molyneux, Maga also readily lapped up the Q anon story when it rolled out. Then of course found out there were many Trumpers like him. I just remember thinking how can this guy actually believe there’s someone on airforce one sending messages from the inside to just anyone with an internet browser. If I were truly “horrified” then yes I probably would have run scared away from all that was exposed to at that point but I have too much curiosity to ‘throw the baby out with the bathwater.’ I’d say that was the first time I learned to be much more cautious with what came out of the alt media, after the initial shock of learning about MSM’s lies. If you want to let me know what q anon is up to these days then feel free – I’m not really interested in the history except for the parts that are relevant to today. I thought they just sort of dropped off since jan ’21 but wouldn’t be too surprised if some version of it re-emerged in time for Trump’s presumptuous campaign some time after the mid-terms.

            • Buddy says:

              “Trump’s presumptuous campaign”

              What in the world does this mean?

            • Buddy says:

              “I just remember thinking how can this guy actually believe there’s someone on airforce one sending messages from the inside to just anyone with an internet browser. ”

              Is that how it works? How do you know?

              • reformednormie says:

                Hi Buddy,
                That’s what I observed at the time thru the lens of my ultra MAGA (now-ex) friend. Please feel free to share any links with me to elucidate the truth about Q and the anons. It sounds like you know a lot more about them than I do and I will remain open to your point of view.

            • Duck says:

              Reformed normie

              Q is similar to Operation Trust, a psyop by the Bolsheviks to convince the “white” (all anti “red” Bolshevik groups ) thay “Patriots were in control ” and that they should all just wait for the massive secret army to rise up and save Russia.

              Dr Richard B Spence, who teaches history at Uni. Idaho if I recall right gave a history of that operation on Visup The Farm podcast.

              • reformednormie says:

                Thank you! I never heard of that podcast before and will check it out. I had no idea what Operation Trust was until January 7, 2021 and I still only know the highlights. It’s sometimes hard to find the quickest way to “catch up” after only knowing where to find partial truth for years, since I have a full time job/life, so I really appreciate the help expediting my de-programming and actual learning.

            • Duck says:

              “…since I have a full time job/life, so I…”

              See…there is your problem! You just need to live in a van by the river and obsessively listen to podcasts and books.
              😉

              On the other hand With much knowledge comes much sorrow….and knowledge is not much use just piled up and not helping us.

              personally I have gotten less interested in the details,even though I do like history, and more interested in not being under the rubble when it falls down. 🙂

              • reformednormie says:

                Haha! That skit certainly has taken on a new meaning for me these days but I have fond memories of watching it live with my friends at a sleep over, falling over laughing.

                I’m totally with you there…last year I started filling up a large bookcase with books recommended in Tragedy and Hope 101 plus others that intrigued me that I found on this site and other podcasts. Somewhat symbolically because I inherited the bookcase from a close family member who was elderly and died due to the lockdowns, I tore through as many as I could, probably finished 20 of them last year which honestly doubled the amount of books I’ve read recreationally my entire life due to piss poor education and just average intelligence. Who knew I could read so much when the content was actually interesting and could apply it to my own life. Anyway, after failed attempts of trying to wake up some family members so they could avoid a similar fate I started reading less and I’ve relocated far away, just this past 2 weeks, to somewhere with more like minded folks, more freedoms (for who knows how much longer) and have a plot to grow food just in time for the biotech EO that aims to accelerate the make over of our food supply even more. But the books are still there, waiting for me when they shut it all down. Who knows, maybe I can educate the nephews someday and they can play a part in a brighter future. All I can do is at least try to stay positive with all these nightmare developments. I take it all in at a dosage I can handle. Some weeks I go a little overboard and just retract to my little bubble with my significant other for a while.

              • cu.h.j says:

                I wish I could enjoy history. I like how JC presents it, makes it interesting and memorable. I never really liked history in school or economics. Maybe that’s by design in a way.

                I have enjoyed audiobooks more now because I can listen while I’m driving to work and home. Sometimes I don’t have enough time to just read and research stuff all day. Maybe my time management skills are rusty too.

                Yeah, I don’t want to be under the rubble either.

            • Duck says:

              Dont slow down on The reading! 🙂 you never know when that useless factoid will suddenly become central to your understanding.

              In all seriousness I tell you that you can feel when you have had that breakthrough in conciousness after years of chip chipping away at the wall. All those little facts suddenly pop into place while your not watching and suddenly you realize how much you’ve changed. It can e and cause physical pain to Rip out the old paradigms…seeing that the holocaust was mostly propaganda was quite an unpleasnt experience

              All those rich buggers spend hours reading g so they can get the deep on us.

              If I may make a suggestion?

              Discount as you like but if you can wade thru Adlers “how to read a book” (it’s on internet archive if you don’t wanna buy) even if your too lazy to actually do the full process or changes the way you think about what your reading….all my books look.loke they got done over by they crazy pwncil man….that and I now do Zettlekasten card notes because I saw it on youtube and the mental act of picking what to write and the physical act of writing the card changed how well I recalled stuff IMO….i got obsidian notes on my computer too which is kinda nice in a different way.

              Best place is our bubble with family…. without that there is really no point in knowing is there?
              Best wishes

              • reformednormie says:

                Hugely appreciate the suggestions, I’ll definitely check all of them out. This year I started putting a bunch of sticky tabs on important sections of the books as they were read and part of the intention is to write brief book reports to solidify my understanding. It’s hard to prioritize my time too what with the burning of the eLibrary of Alexandria, furiously downloading and saving while I still can. Do you recall an interview between Corbett and Richard Grove about their methods of reading and retaining info? I saw part of it a couple years back and for the life of me cannot find it again. I believe it was on Grove’s show.

                Lastly…do you mind pointing me to the best resources to understand the Holocaust more? I’m aware that Wall St helped create Hitler’s rise to power but I know very little about the actual Holocaust aside from the official narrative. Have checked out a little of Adam Green but not sure if he’s the best one to hear it from. I sometimes wonder if all those people who blame EVERYthing on the Jews are part of a sort of psyop to make us discount those theories. No doubt a subset of them play a big role, and I can readily believe they would sacrifice those “other” Jews to escape culpability. I’d like to know more and try to understand at what scale they’ve affected history and how much of a player they are today. Don’t mean to touch off a longer thread here, just a link or two would work.

                Again, greatly appreciate your time and attention to my curiosity about these matters. Trust it will add to my growth as a truth seeker.

        • Duck says:

          reformednormie

          “…And Molyneux was another story….started making more Doom gameplay videos ”

          LOL, he did DOOM play alongs? I missed that.

          I recall I’d not seen him for a while and found his show had become some kinda call in Agony Aunt thing with a guy who was asking if his Asian Prostitute girlfriend really loved him…. funny but I only have so much time to waste. He was a great entryway into outta the box though, so credit is due.

          I think, ultimately, he was part of the Atheism thing that was going thru the net and Atheism is always a dead end because it must always lead to relativism and then to nihilism and death.

          Like CS Lewis said in “Abolition of man” (IIRC…) being able to see thru ALL things means that you can see nothing and become blind.

          • reformednormie says:

            I must have started listening to him after you had stopped. He had these “why I was wrong about…” videos and one of them was about atheism. I’m all for people changing their views when they come across new info/have more life experience but this guy was just too suspect I started to realize closer to 2020. He could have just changed his views to align with the trump train after all and went from anti-politics to cheerleading trump pretty rapidly. Your comment above also reminded me of one of the last videos I watched of him – a call-in with some guy who claimed to not be able to stop banging asian chicks across the world. It was clear he was sort of living vicariously through the caller while using philosophy to convince himself he doesn’t need it. More click bait for his young male crowd that I later realized he preys upon to some extent.

            • Duck says:

              Reformed normie

              He does cater to the young male…the same kind of folks that Jordan Peterson attracts.

              It is, I think, less an inditment on them as much as a horrible warning that many boys missed out on hearing the normal stuff they once got from dad’s and brothers and such. They are looking for that male role model to copy, I think. It explains why so many young males are useless. The creation of such helpless boys was, imo, the aim of female centric schools and the attack on all male clubs and activities.

              I think it must have started some time in the 90s but I do not know.

              • reformednormie says:

                Yes, I think that’s how the exploitation worked as well. I grew up primarily in the 90’s without a father and looking back endured a barrage of attacks from man hating females, some in my own family. The programming is real. I’m sure it started before the 90’s and ramped up. Thankful to not be 10-15 years younger as I would have been much more taken in by the likes of these Internet personalities. And as one of the youngest of the Gen X I got to have a mostly fun childhood doing whatever I wanted around town with no oversight or tracking mechanisms.

      • Van says:

        I agree with most of what you say except for the last part about it won’t change the trajectory of events. I believe the exact opposite and I’ll tell you why. The first amendment and free speech values/norms in the US is of the utmost importance to the future and whether or not the dystopian control grid is implemented. Free speech is critical to free thought and free thought is critical to humanity in a spiritual and fundamental sense.

        I’m 99% convinced that Alex is a crucial chess piece in the dialectical game played by the PTSB and he is being used to overthrow long standing legal standards regarding free speech in the US. Many aspects of the Alex Jones trial that occurred last month were highly unusual. Check out the link I posted to Richard Grove’s (frequent corbett collaborator) Grand Theft World Podcast. It features clips from the trial. Also, listen to Alex himself talk about the new legal precedents being established in his case in this interview on Red Scare podcast. Incidentally, it was an enjoyable interview overall.

        https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/red-scare/id1364798971?i=1000574785678

        As I pointed out already, YouTube and Twitter deplatforming Alex was the gateway to deplatforming “conspiracy theorists” more broadly, including James.

        • Duck says:

          Van

          “…I agree with most of what you say except for the last part about it won’t change the trajectory of events. …”

          I do NOT disagree that free speech is important and that you ought to stand up for Alex Jones rights. I also agree that he is the peg that they will pull to bring down free speech

          However, I’ve just finished “Dumbest Generation Grows Up” and it only confirms what I have been feeling for a while…. in the short to medium term free speech is finished because
          1)Millennials and Zoomers do not care about it and actively want to curb thoughts that hurt their feelings…Free Speech cant exist where people do not care about it.

          2) Free speech can not exist in a multicultural society, (at least not as multicultural as the West has become) because people who have differing value systems AND LIVE IN THE SAME SPACE must be ruled by a strong central authority OR they will use violence to separate and/or genocide each other….thus it has always been with Empires.
          PLEASE NOTE that I do not think this is a RACIAL divide as much a CULTURAL one.,,what shared values do americans have?? None, and Without those its back to Tribalism

          Long term Free Speech may make a return, but the people steering things have no use for it anymore now that they have used it to dismantle and deMoralize society with Porn and things like CRT.

          • Van says:

            So you’re a free speech fatalist? The demise of free speech values as we’ve known them for a couple centuries is a forgone conclusion?

            I’ve observed what you’re talking about in regards to millennials and zoomers, the “you’re triggering me” and “I need a safe space” crowd. But I think those attitudes are too anti-nature to endure. Look at how Andrew Tate blew up on tic tock and the other social media platforms favored by the generation we’re talking about. I think the reason Silicon Valley tech giants banned him is because he’s promoting vitality and strength, but the fact that he developed a huge following seemingly overnight shows that people coming of age, in spite of the propaganda and CRT schooling, are still attracted to life force.

            The heavy handed authoritarian tactics will be met with a backlash. To continue with the Tate example, many of his young followers just had their eyes opened that the state is dictating what people can and can’t say or think. The question is whether the globalists have built the financial and legal infrastructure necessary to effectively override discontent and force people into compliance, starvation, or prison.

            • Duck says:

              Van
              “…The demise of free speech values as we’ve known them for a couple centuries is a forgone conclusion?..”

              Have we known free speech values for that long?

              Consider that I saw a while back a news story of a cop who got in trouble for stopping a guy from driving around with “I Eat Ass” on printed on the window of his truck…. the cop said “What if my daughter sees that” and (after winning the case) the guy said “She’ll probably be eating ass in a few years”.

              Would ANY of that have happened a century ago? How would that have gone down when Washington was president?

              I will assume that many here are already shaking their head and wondering what is wrong with proclaiming one’s love of ass eating, but therein lies the reason that Free Speech can not last much longer- it can only exist within a shared social and moral framework, what Academic Agent calls a “Truth Regime”…. we do not have that anymore.

              Diversity means that a strong central authority will be needed to stop people fighting or separating from each other. Diverse Empires need strong rulers, nation states dont.
              https://www.npr.org/2007/08/15/12802663/political-scientist-does-diversity-really-work
              Yu can find two foks in Scientific American who just write his work off as showing “White Racism”, even though as a group White Americans show the LEAST in-group preference of the racial groups…but worse then RACE is the lack of shared CULTURE and morals.

              What we today Think Of of as “Free Speech” has been used as a weapon, most especially by Jewish radicals, to subvert the social fabric.
              Now that that has been accomplished there is no need for them to support it and they will use their considerable power to push for censorship and hate speech laws. The boomers are almost dead and few younger care enough to fight about it much

              • Van says:

                “Have we known free speech for that long?”

                There is the famous quote attributed to Voltaire that “I disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” Of course, our constitution with the first amendment was signed in 1787. So I think it’s fair to say that we’ve had certain free speech values for centuries.

                In the sixties, there were those famous cases such as Skokie and Brandenburg. The ACLU was an influential cultural force during this era and by defending these KKK and Nazi expressions of speech, they really imprinted that Voltaire attitude in the minds of a generation of Americans. Wasn’t the country pretty multicultural by that time? As I type this, I’m thinking it’s interesting what you said a couple comments ago that the people steering things don’t have a need for free speech anymore now that they’ve demoralized the population to the degree that they have. That’s a good point. So a potential thesis could be that they promoted the extremes of free speech as a way of unraveling traditional values and demoralizing us and now they’ve reached a point where their strategy is to tighten the boundaries of permissible thought so that they can impose a new ethos of the future.

            • Duck says:

              https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/robert-putnam-diversity-research-distorted-putnam/

              here is more on the Diversity being THE ELITES strength.

              Putnam hates his own work, lol

            • Duck says:

              Van
              “… So I think it’s fair to say that we’ve had certain free speech values for centuries….”

              Yes, a “certain” amount.

              Do you think the Founding Fathers,(lol, maybe Paine excepted??), would have been ok with you having a Wagon saying “I Eat Ass”?

              Do you think the Founders would have signed a constitution OK’d Gay Marriage and Abortion? Advocating for either in those days would have gotten you jailed…do you think the Founders would have disagreed with you going to jail?

              “….There is the famous quote attributed to Voltaire that “I disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”….”

              He also used to sign his letters with “Ecrasez l’imfame” to show (when not near death and thus in need of Sacraments) that he wanted to crush the Catholic Church. I would not put too much stock in how much he believed in total free speech.

              According to Vol 1 of “Jewish Revolutionary Spirit” he was a British Agent and Mason… the French Revolution was in many ways the result of British agitation using Freemasons just as we use NGO’s today
              https://www.corbettreport.com/ngos-are-the-deep-states-trojan-horses/
              to destabilize France. Some people blame the Bavarian Illuminati also, but Dr Jones believes that its far more of an English Project.

              “….Ithey really imprinted that Voltaire attitude in the minds of a generation of Americans…”

              Yes, back when most people were AGAINST the ideas that their backers wanted to push- Free Speech was useful to them BEFORE THEY OWNED THE POWER STRUCTURE (as much as they do now, anyway). Now that they control every cultural instituation there is no need for them to support free speech,

              Insofar as they might think about it, its “Repressive Tolerance”

              • Van says:

                During the era of our founders, I don’t think our culture was sufficiently evolved or devolved, depending on one’s point of view, for a person to have the thought “I eat ass” and wish to emblazon this mantra on his property.

                Similarly, were people even capable of having thoughts such as gay marriage or abortion during this time? I doubt the thought of gay marriage occurred to anyone. As for terminating a pregnancy, that thought probably did come to mind. Was anyone during that era ever prosecuted for advocating abortion? My guess would be no. I imagine that the penalty for advocating abortion, if anyone would have had the guts to do so publicly in the 1780s would have been harsh judgement and ostracism, but not legal action.

                My interest in how our legal system has dealt with thoughts people were capable of having in the era in which they lived. My suspicion is that for centuries, people have exhibited harsh judgement of certain speech, but they believed in legal protections for people to say whatever. In the last couple years, it appears that may be over. In the Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping case, for example, they basically didn’t have jack in terms of evidence. They actually presented the defendant’s bookshelf with authors such as David Icke as evidence to give the guy a life sentence.

            • Duck says:

              van
              https://abortionrights.org.uk/history-of-abortion-law-in-the-uk/

              In England it carries the death penalty at that time…..I confess not knowing if the colonies were less strict

              I know that in the UK women, mainly related to suffragist s were jailed for publishing contracption info…..I will look at the US

          • Buddy says:

            ” I also agree that he is the peg that they will pull to bring down free speech”

            No one is going to “bring down free speech”. I say what I want all the time. In America.

        • Duck says:

          Van

          Homosexual s were punished in every state… In the UK homosexuality was legalized dispute public opinion being against it….. In the US afaik not ONE state (not even California) passed gay marriage by public vote… every time it was voted down.

          The will of the people matters little compared to the organized minority it would appear.

          https://simple.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodomy_laws_in_the_United_States

          • Van says:

            I’m not talking about the act of abortion or the act of sodomy. I’m talking about speech. As far as I know, Americans have never been legally punished for statements about homosexuality or abortion.

            Being jailed for publishing info about contraception would qualify as an example, but that is in the UK as you pointed out.

          • Van says:

            And I should have mentioned that the stuff you brought up about Voltaire being a British agent is interesting and not all that surprising given some bits of history I’ve learned recently. Of course, this brings us full circle. Is Alex a modern day Voltaire? Is he an agent of the crown just as Voltaire was?

            • Duck says:

              Emma goldman, who if I recall was a Jewish commie of some flavor, was jailed in 1916 for talking about Birth control
              https://www.villagepreservation.org/2019/02/11/emma-goldman-birth-control-crusader-arrested/

              Mary Barret Dyer was hanged in the Rhode Island colony for heresy, Her guru Hutchinson was banished if I recall right.

              Social movements are almost always created… I often wonder if the same is true of the Truth movement…but maybe just steering it is enough? I don’t know, lol 🙂

            • Duck says:

              Van

              I must say that Dr Jones is an eye opener when it comes to history….his books are worth the money and you can still get them at Fidelity press or his website “Culture wars magazine”

              It’s getting harder to find him talking since he is pretty unpopular with certain people

              • Van says:

                Thanks for the rec Duck. I might check it out. I don’t know a lot about Emma Goldman but I like to use her saying that if voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal. MLK was advised by commie Stanley Levinson and was definitely given a stage so that he’d be used in the dialectical game, but I like some of MLK’s ideas. His anti Vietnam war speech at riverside church was really good. I guess that’s why they had to kill him in the end. The Voltaire maxim of I’ll fight to the death for your right to say it has some upside.

                So how do these people ultimately serve the crown? I guess because they promote collectivism on a national scale. A collectivist ethos in a smaller, more culturally homogeneous community is good for its members right? That goes to what you we’re saying before. Creating a genuine collectivism on a national scale isn’t possible and the attempt to do so is very decisive and destructive.

            • Buddy says:

              “Is he an agent of the crown just as Voltaire was?”

              What??

            • Steve Smith says:

              “I like to use her saying that if voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal.”

              “The party and governing system are a complete fraud, so voting is just a plot to fool the public into believing that they are in control and have a say. They don’t. Voting is only allowed because it can never bring about any relief from tyranny; it can only perpetuate it. There are no political saviors, only political monsters, so each time another president is selected, the indoctrination and division continue, allowing for more continued destruction of liberty.”

              https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/09/gary-d-barnett/american-subjects-think-they-want-to-know-the-truth-but-can-they-handle-the-truth/

    • jo-ann says:

      I think we are compelled to defend AJ’s right to free speech.

      IMO, however, the net affect of AJ has been to help marginalize all independent news sources as crazy tin-foil hatter conspiracy theorists. David Ick is in the same category, most likely due to the difficult-to-believe theories about lizard people and aliens.

      Whenever I learn that certain guests are on the show, especially guests that are banned from MSM, I will watch that segment in spite of AJ’s constant interruptions, but I don’t have the patience to listen to the drama and advertisements.

    • Buddy says:

      Alex Jones makes many broad generalizations. Some true, some not. He has a tendency to make impulsive leaps, leading to error, but his impulsivity may be related to his impressive, much-needed courage. I wish more people had his courage. I wish I did. I remember listening to him on Art Bell late at night many years ago, thinking he was a quack. But he has been right about many subjects. I don’t think he is controlled opposition. He certainly isn’t anyone’s pawn. You can’t control a volcano like Alex Jones. He’s a decent person and a genuine American type you might have seen more often in the 1800s or early 1900s.

  42. jo-ann says:

    Today I have been watching or listening to “Fall of the Cabal” and “Sequel to Fall of the Cabal” on unshackledminds.com. These were on my bookmarked list of movies to watch and today was a rainy day, so why not.

    A bit of “Q” nonsense in there so I am somewhat disappointed. I wish someone could verify the historical claims (fact checker, anyone?) and clean these videos up to make them useful. If I had the energy and where-with-all to do so myself, I would. Ah, it might be too late for that now as we need to be taking solutions / prepper action right now. Like I read recently on The Organic Prepper site, “the camping trip is over…”

    Just wondering, does anyone have an overall impression on the quality of the information presented in these movies?

    • Van says:

      I’m not familiar with the “fall of the cabal” documentaries. For a good corbett documentary that covers the cabal or at least the history of the oil cartel here in the US, you have to watch “How Big Oil conquered the World” and “Why Big Oil conquered the World.” James’s style is to use mostly mainstream reporting and primary source documents and to array the information in a way that destroys mainstream narratives, helping to make sense of who’s in power and how they’re dominating the common individual.

      About a year ago, I discovered this podcast called the Higherside Chats that’s rounded out my conception of the cabal, given me a lot more to think about. As the host’s old musical intro put it, “The planet’s puppet masters almost surely have a plan. There’s clearly maybe something that’s beyond the realm of man.” I had been following Corbett’s work for years and then I listened to an interview with a fellow named Michael Wann that blew my mind, opened it up to more esoteric or other-worldly aspects of elite control of the population that is outside the scope of the corbett report. Here’s two sample podcasts about the cabal if you’re interested in checking it out.

      https://www.thehighersidechats.com/dean-henderson-the-bloodline-agenda-the-babylon-system-the-simple-life/

      https://www.thehighersidechats.com/david-whitehead-canadian-tyranny-snake-venom-the-cult-of-the-medics

    • Buddy says:

      I’m skeptical of anyone who criticizes Q.

      • Duck says:

        Buddy

        “…I’m skeptical of anyone who criticizes Q…”

        Lol.

        I really hope thats a joke, because if its not you should look up “Operation Trust” where the Bolsheviks convinced their enemies that all they had to do was wait for the Secret Anti_Bolshevik group to act…. Dr Richard Spence had a talk on it on Visups ‘TheFarm’ podcast, but it was behind the paywall so I cant just post it.

        • cu.h.j says:

          Good points Duck. The weird stuff with “I’m getting popcorn and waiting” that I saw a lot with some of the Q followers was telling.

          People have to actively engage for change to occur. And what has actually happened in real life that the Q movement predicted?

          • Duck says:

            Cu.h.j

            As Blackpilled has said on Q (among other things…lol) that kind of deception works because most people do not have any understanding of how Power works.

            Most People have a literal Hollywood or TV vision of how Power operates. Q functions just like the movies that they use as a model of how the world operates.

            Most people have a Media vision of history and politics.
            This is especially dangerous NOW, since while most people have always been ignorant and lazy nowadays people no longer feel ashamed or lesser because of these flaws.

            The masses of Holocaust movies that came out in the 90’s is something I have been thinking of lately…. you SEE people dying and you FEEL as if you are there, so its “real in my mind”. When you realize that something like half of it is made up BS it causes you actual pain to wake up.

            How much pain do you think expelling something like Q would be for people if they must realize that they have literally no idea how the world operates? Most will never wake up because it hurts too much… I also think that as a culture we are heading into prime Cult times as people become atomized and cut off

            • cu.h.j says:

              I got this creepy audiobook called “The Laws of Power” or something like that. It’s hard to listen to because it’s like the playbook for a psychopath.

              But below, someone mentioned the psychology of these “elites” the psychoanalysis of the wealthy psychopath if you will.

              I think JC did have podcasts on psychopathy and kakistocracy that would be interesting to revisit.

              • Duck says:

                cu.h.j

                you should find Jon Ronson’s “The Psychopath Test”…. the elite Psychopath is HIRED BY THE SHAREHOLDERS or by the public to do their dirty work. So called ‘good’ people want a dick like Tim Cook, or the CEO in the above mentioned book, to separate them from the guilt buying a slave made product or profiting of the misery of their fellow citizens now elicits.

                We hire cops and soldiers to do our violence like we hire butchers to kill our animals for us…because SEEING makes us feel bad.

                The average Psychopath you read of in “mask of sanity” was just a bum. When society decided to stop censoring people for immoral behavior immoral people started to do better.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Hey Duck,

                You said the books “Mask of sanity” and “The psychopath test” would be good?

                I think if we understand how their mind works, would improve our strategy.

              • Duck says:

                THIS is an old book, I found a PDF online.

                https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mask_of_Sanity

                Overview:
                Psychopaths are mostly lacking self control and degenerate annoying weirdos who exist at the edges since no normal person trusts them or likes them after a while

                This matches my personal experience

              • Duck says:

                cu.h.j.

                This is a good modern book
                https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Psychopath_Test

                Overview:
                Psychopaths are scary.

                Psychologists are scary

                Psychopathic behavior is on a spectrum of normal humans but at the edge of it.

                Jon Ronson is smarmy LOL… at least Mr Corbett says so

              • cu.h.j says:

                Duck,

                I have known one person that was diagnosed as a sociopath, “anti-social personality disorder” and he was a shallow phony and liar and he had in retrospect his affect was very odd. Perhaps the psychopath is better at faking genuine emotion.

                I am glad this person didn’t have violent tendencies, but was a petty criminal thief instead.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                PSYCHOPATHS

                I agree with ya’ll… Corbett has some great stuff on the topic and Duck mentions Jon Ronson’s “The Psychopath Test”.

                This EXCERPT always stuck with me:
                He then makes an astonishing confession: “At one major investment bank for which I worked, we used psychometric testing to recruit social psychopaths because their characteristics exactly suited them to senior corporate finance roles.”

                Here was one of the biggest investment banks in the world seeking psychopaths as recruits.
                https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-1024-tjeerd-andringa-exposes-the-kakistocracy/#comment-35413

            • Buddy says:

              “As Blackpilled has said on Q (among other things…lol) that kind of deception works because most people do not have any understanding of how Power works.”

              —There it is again. “lol” is used in place of argument. Are you saying that people “fall for” Q because they don’t know how power works? And why is power capitalized? I know power works.

              “Most People have a literal Hollywood or TV vision of how Power operates. Q functions just like the movies that they use as a model of how the world operates.”

              —I don’t. Q doesn’t function like the movies. A person can be entertaining without being identical to a movie. Again the claim: “how the world operates.” “I know how the world works and you don’t” is really not an argument.

              “Most people have a Media vision of history and politics.”
              —They do? Says who? I don’t. Americans are capable of governing themselves. We have done it before. We will do it again. We don’t need British fags telling us what to do.

              “most people have always been ignorant and lazy”
              —Says who? I am neither ignorant nor lazy. You know who says these things? Globalists who want to run your life. Dictators who think you can’t live without them because they know better.

              “How much pain do you think expelling something like Q would be for people ”
              —Painful? Not at all, because no one has a cultish attachment to Q, except maybe globohomos. And what do you mean by “expelling”?

              —You have revealed much about yourself. Oops.

              • Duck says:

                Buddy

                Yes, I HAVE revealed too much….
                But sometimes I lie
                Just listen to my riddles
                As you wait to die

                Xo2346 Patriots eating ice cream.

                Hahaha 😉

                Why worry what I think? It’s all under control so just ignore me…. unless Q is like Tinkerbell and will die if I don’t believe???? Lol

        • Buddy says:

          I encourage everyone to challenge your biases. Don’t settle for “lol” and “lmao” and other 21st Century hieroglyphics. There’s Q. And there are anons. The anons interpret the puzzles left by Q, who may be one person or multiple. I see nothing destructive about either Q or the anons. My guess is this project is meant as entertainment and encouragement. It’s also a clever way to bypass the press and get little bits of truth to people. Trump has endorsed Q. Trump is behind Q. For a better understanding see Scotty’s Films and X22 Report, both on Rumble. The only time I hear about Q or the anons is when I watch those two channels. They have said things which are true. But, as I said, much of it is entertainment and encouragement. Keep in mind: The press despises it. The left despises it. They are afraid of Q and the anons.

        • Buddy says:

          Neither Q nor the anons has ever said “All you have to do is wait.” You assume Trump voters are all passive and stupid. They are not.

          • cu.h.j says:

            Yes you are assuming. I voted for him in 2020 which did nothing. I’m saying people should probably take their energy and use it to build something else because these politicians seem to be prevented from doing much.

            I read a cliff note version of Tragedy and Hope “Tragedy and Hope 101” that explained how our republic has been corrupted so that no matter who “wins” the agenda moves forward. Also, the federal reserve conspiracy, central banking.

            Not saying there’s not nuance involved, but there is a lot of structural corruption to overcome.

    • jo-ann says:

      Thanks for the comments related to the topic and tangent topics. The two “movies” about the cabal are 3 hours and 9.5 hours, respectively, deliniated in multiple parts, so you do not need to watch in one sitting. The movies cover the Knights Templar, Free Masons, Illuminati, and other secret societies that infiltrated all of society over the past 2000 years plus the modern weapons (chemical, biological, electromagnetic, psychological, vaccines, etc.) being used on the world. Lots of clips from print and videos. Covers sinking of the Titanic to help pass the Federal Reserve, multiple wars and world wars. I found it interesting to watch all these topics in an historical-style narrative. I would recommend these to anyone who already has a clue about the world.

      https://unshackledminds.com/the-fall-of-the-cabal/

      No match for James Corbett, but a grand attempt to construct an overview.

  43. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Winners Have Energy Bills Paid For On ‘Dystopian’ UK Morning Show Game
    (one minute VIDEO)
    https://odysee.com/@JVDW-Music:0/uk-energy:b

    Probably the majority of folks living in North America are not aware of Europe’s EXTREME ENERGY CRISIS
    [which, of course, is entirely caused by manmade Climate Change and those bad Russians. 😉 ]

    Industries, businesses, farmers and the populace are getting slaughtered while Authoritarians botch it further with a patchwork of Technocratic solutions.
    Some of the industries and businesses will forever vanish in Europe.

    Former Fed Chair and current Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen is pushing the idea in Europe of a price cap on Russian oil.
    This is so silly stupid in financial circles that a Bloomberg writer tweeted:
    “My friends and I have agreed to impose a price cap on our local pub’s beer.
    Mind we actually do not plan to drink any beer there.
    The pub’s owner says he won’t sell beer to anyone observing the cap, so other patrons, who drink a lot there, say they aren’t joining the cap.
    Success.”

    I thought that California’s energy policies were a clown show, but Europe is a full-on circus.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      This article highlights some of the ‘funny’ aspects of the Technocrats who are handling Europe’s energy crisis…

      The pitfalls of selective sensory disability
      https://irinaslav.substack.com/p/the-pitfalls-of-selective-sensory

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Europe
      Energy Trading Stressed by Margin Calls of $1.5 Trillion
      https://archive.ph/5xeqF
      …Aside from fanning inflation, the biggest energy crisis in decades is sucking up capital to guarantee trades amid wild price swings. That’s pushing European Union officials to intervene to prevent energy markets from stalling, while governments across the region are stepping in to backstop struggling utilities. Finland has warned of a “Lehman Brothers” moment, with power companies facing sudden cash shortages….

      For those who don’t know…Besides the major trading platforms, there are also many small energy trading ‘hubs’ which trade on a local or regional level. Electricity, natural gas, coal, oil, and variations of those.
      For example: In parts of Texas, traders and utlities and providers will ‘bet’ on certain electricity prices at certain parts of the day, along with its source. If wind power becomes over-abundant, then the provider might shut down a few turbines.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        60% Of UK Manufacturers Could Close As Energy Prices Soar
        https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/60-Of-UK-Manufacturers-Could-Close-As-Energy-Prices-Soar.html

        EXCERPTS
        ~~ MakeUK, a manufacturing lobbyist, is warning that soaring energy prices could force manufacturers to halt operations.
        ~~ Skyrocketing energy bills and the wider cost-of-living crisis are squeezing plant owners.
        ~~ The rise in prices has seen 13 percent of manufacturers already reduce their hours of operation, and 12 percent have been forced to make job cuts as a direct result of increased energy bills.

        MakeUK, a manufacturing lobby organization in the U.K., announced on Saturday that 42 percent of manufacturers have seen their electricity bills rise by 100 percent in the past 12 months, and 32 percent have also seen their gas bill double.

        The rise in prices has seen 13 percent of manufacturers already reduce their hours of operation, and 12 percent have been forced to make job cuts as a direct result of increased energy bills. The majority of businesses warn that if bills continue to increase this year and rise by over 50 percent as expected, closures and redundancies “will become inevitable.”..

        …Inflation in Britain reached double digits for the first time since the 1980s in July, and if Goldman Sachs estimates were to be realized, the cost of living in the U.K. would come close to hitting the country’s post-war record of 24.5 percent inflation set in August 1975.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Via Reuters Tuesday Sept 6th
        Natural Gas Prices in U.S. vs Europe vs Asia
        https://web.archive.org/web/20220906205235/https://www.reuters.com/article/usa-natgas/u-s-natgas-futures-drop-4-to-near-4-week-low-on-record-output-idUKL1N30D0RT

        U.S. – $8.429 per million British thermal units (mmBtu)
        Europe – $67 per million British thermal units
        Asia – $55 per million British thermal units

        $67/$8.429 = 8 times the cost in Europe compared to the U.S.

        U.S. Natural Gas is very expensive now at $8.42, but it reached $10 not long ago. On January 1st, 2022 it was about $3.75. On January 1, 2020 it was about $2.25.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I’ve been learning more about this issue and it’s very concerning to me. Glad you mention it. Being warm and well nourished are essential.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The Financial Times reported this week that the EU is seeking SWEEPING POWERS over BUSINESSES in member-states that would basically allow Brussels to tell these companies
      what to produce,
      how much of it,
      and whom to sell it to in times of a crisis.

      The definition of a crisis would be the prerogative of the same EU.

      The above quote is an EXCERPT from…
      Sept 6th
      “Europe’s Reaction To The Energy Crisis Is Turning Into A ‘Ponzi Scheme’”
      https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Europes-Reaction-To-The-Energy-Crisis-Is-Turning-Into-A-Ponzi-Scheme.html

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        5 September – The Financial Times
        EU seeks sweeping powers over business for use in crises
        Brussels wants bloc to be able to force companies to stockpile supplies and break delivery contracts

        https://archive.ph/6Ov65

        EXCERPTS
        Brussels is proposing wide-ranging powers to require businesses to stockpile supplies and break delivery contracts in order to shore up supply chains in the event of a crisis such as the coronavirus pandemic.
        Draft legislation seen by the Financial Times would give the European Commission considerable leeway to declare an emergency, triggering a series of interventionist measures aimed at preventing product shortages in critical industries…

        …“It could oblige member states to override contract law, force companies to disclose commercially sensitive information, and share their stockpiled products or dictate their production under any type of crisis the commission decides upon,” Barysas said.
        Of most concern to businesses is a system of “priority rated orders” under which Brussels could direct what companies produce and who they sell it to, potentially breaching contracts with customers…

        …The final version of the proposals should be adopted by the EU commissioners on September 13 as a centrepiece of commission president Ursula von der Leyen’s State of the Union address the next day.

        According to the draft, the commission, consulting member states, would first declare “vigilance” when it detected a crisis could be coming. That would allow it to ask relevant companies for information about their supply chains and customers. It could ask governments to build up strategic stocks. Under some circumstances it could make these measures compulsory, on pain of fines.

        A second phase, requiring member state approval, would hand the commission powers to direct market activity and procure goods directly, again backed by unspecified fines for non-compliance….

  44. Frode says:

    [techdirt.com]
    California Senate Passes Three Awful Bills For The Internet; Will Newsom Sign Them?

    Excerpts:

    [T]he California Senate passed some horribly dangerous bills that we’ve been warning about the past few weeks — and they’re heading to Governor Newsom’s desk for signing.

    AB 2273 – “Age Appropriate Design Code”. Could lead to websites requiring a facial scan for access (and that’s according to the bill’s supporters!).

    AB 587 – “transparency” bill. Under 587, websites now basically have to teach disinfo peddlers how best to game their systems, and can’t do much to deal with them without violating the law.

    AB 2879 – “cyberbullying”. Ban people ban bad people from “cyberbullying” online.

    https://www.techdirt.com/2022/08/30/california-senate-passes-two-awful-bills-for-the-internet-will-newsom-sign-them/
    https://archive.ph/cyOYV

  45. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Tuesday Sept 6, 2022 – FOX
    Russians set up method to convert wire currency into Chinese yuan, sparking fears of alliance
    Bypassing SWIFT could weaken the overall influence of the dollar as the world’s dominant currency

    https://archive.ph/vYqJ3

    EXCERPTS
    Russian state-controlled bank VTB announced that it has set up a system to send money transfers to China in yuan without using the SWIFT messaging system, bypassing international sanctions and sparking more fears of increased cooperation between China and Russia.

    “This is yet another example of the growing Russia-China strategic partnership,” Rebekah Koffler, a former DIA intelligence officer and the author of ”Putin’s Playbook: Russia’s Secret Plan to Defeat America,” told Fox News Digital. “By launching the yuan-based transactions with China, Russia is playing into Beijing’s goal of replacing the U.S. dollar as the dominant international currency and medium of exchange by 2049.”…

    …VTB CEO Andrei Kostin celebrated that reality, arguing that the move will help Russian businesses work with China instead of trading on the euro or dollar.
    “The new reality is leading to a massive rejection of the use of the dollar and the euro in international payments,” Kostin said in a statement, according to Reuters. “The launch of the yuan transfer system will significantly simplify the work of Russian companies and individuals with Chinese partners, increasing the popularity of the yuan in our country.”

    The maximum single money transfer on the new system is set at 20 million rubles, or $328,677, while the monthly maximum is set to 100 million rubles…

    …”Even India is now considering using SWIFT alternatives.”

  46. HomeRemedySupply says:

    VACCINE injuries …and influencing culture

    Tuesday September 6, 2022 – People Magazine
    Justin Bieber Cancels Remaining Tour Dates to Make His Health the ‘Priority Right Now’
    Justin Bieber was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome in June, and had recently picked his tour back up after postponing several dates

    https://archive.ph/qy8GA

    If you haven’t been following Justin and Hailey Bieber who both likely got the jab, then here are some past links…

    June 2022 – (100 second video included)
    Justin Bieber says he has facial paralysis due to Ramsay Hunt syndrome
    https://www.corbettreport.com/june-open-thread-2022/#comment-135726

    March 2022
    Hailey Bieber says she has ‘recovered completely’ after doctors discovered a blood clot in her brain
    https://www.corbettreport.com/march-open-thread-2022/#comment-131572

    …and if you read the first link at the top, you would see this:
    …was scheduled to perform in South America, South Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Europe, Australia and New Zealand through March 2023.

    I have a first-hand account from an English language teacher (ManBearPig aka NoSoapRadio) on how the Bieber duo influence the culture…
    https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-1349-the-ripple-effect-on-ets-ufos-and-other-unknowns/#comment-48389
    ”… 13-year year old Algerian girl…was veiled from head to toe but not with burka as her face was uncovered.
    …Well, all of a sudden she burst out in a tsunami of excited impressions about France, about English, and about Justin Bieber who she venerated.
    She was a Justin Bieber expert, familiar with even his most intimate details. Well almost.
    I was so startled. The visual picture of this girl and her sparkling valley girl accent and enthusiasm was utterly unexpected.
    She’d learned perfect American English just from watching American T.V. shows and movies. And some at school. She was perfectly bilingual and had a perfect accent. I’ll never forget it.
    I wish I could speak Arabic fluently and startle some folks in Algiers…”

  47. robster says:

    The Poornima Wagh story is interesting to follow, here’s another part:

    https://odysee.com/@dharmabear:2/Huston-Massey-Stone-Tremblay-9-5-2022:8

  48. robster says:

    Does anyone know why Ice Age Farmer stopped posting videos?

  49. Frode says:

    [UK Column]
    NHS AND THE BIOSECURITY AGENDA

    The UK Column is discussing what is happening at the National Health Service in England (NHS), related “our” brave new digital future.

    The segment can be watched at Odysee:
    UK Column News – 7th September 2022

    Sources mentioned in the segment:

    Brave New NHS? (1999 report)
    The Institute for Public Policy Research report A Brave New NHS? anticipates the impact of genetics in the millennium
    https://www.bmj.com/content/318/7192/1219.2

    Eric Topol
    In 2016, Topol was awarded a US$207 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to lead a significant part of the Precision Medicine Initiative (All of Us Research Program), a one million American prospective research program.[4] This is in addition to his role as principal investigator for a $35M grant from the National Institutes of Health to promote innovation in medicine and the education and career training of future medical researchers.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Topol

    The Topol Review
    Exploring how to prepare the healthcare workforce, through education and training, to deliver the digital future
    https://www.hee.nhs.uk/our-work/topol-review

  50. Several times, James & James said that the cabal’s peculiar climate change comments/threats during at the height of the scamdemic suggested they were planning to pop the “virus threat” module of the scam and simply plug in the “climate threat” module.

    Well, here it is:

    https://i.imgur.com/0NNA2q1.mp4

  51. HomeRemedySupply says:

    A new dimension as we enter the age of Transhumanist Porn…

    Wed Sept 7th – Zero Hedge
    Virtual ‘Teslasuit’ Could Make ‘Sex In Metaverse’ Possible
    https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/virtual-teslasuit-could-make-sex-metaverse-possible
    Virtual reality suit maker “Teslasuit” has a human-to-digital interface full-body suit with 90 electrodes designed to trick the body into feeling anything from a hug to raindrops to even the impact of a gunshot. The suit user can strap on VR goggles to ‘touch’ objects in the metaverse.
    National Enquirer spoke with Teslasuit VP Paul Nickeas earlier this year about the suit’s “wide range of realistic sensations from the feeling of a raindrop to the impact of a gunshot.”….

    National Enquirer – April 2022
    Strap up for Virtual Sex!
    https://web.archive.org/web/20220408140252/https://www.nationalenquirer.com/celebrity/strap-up-for-virtual-sex/

    Daily Star – Sept 7
    ‘Virtual sex’ Teslasuit that lets lovers pleasure each other makes debut on VR catwalk
    https://archive.ph/wuaLZ

    Note the ‘related’ Daily Star articles, such as…
    February 2022
    Elon Musk’s Neuralink ‘Brain Chip’ could give users orgasms on demand
    The revolutionary device could be implanted in human subjects by the end of this year, and some experts believe it could completely revolutionise human sexuality
    https://archive.ph/25Kbu

    [I guess we could see a future economic trend of more people wanting to work from home. 😉 ]

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I meant to include this EXCERPT from the first Daily Star link…

      Metaverse platform Somnium Space is organising the first virtual reality avatar fashion week in history – which will be held in Prague and across cyberspace over the coming week.
      Somnium Space Fashion Week runs from September 7 to 11. For Wednesday’s opening event models will be wearing full body haptic Teslasuits, VR headsets and gloves.
      As they’re digitally tracked by computers, their digital avatars will be walking on the virtual catwalk in a newly developed NFT Fashion World.

      [What if the power goes out?]
      ENERGY SUB-THREAD – https://www.corbettreport.com/september-open-thread-2022/#comment-139639

    • nosoapradio says:

      orgasms on demand

      video at the end of the doc:

      http://alfre.dk/the-pleasure-center/

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Great article with video!

        The last sentence says a lot…
        I just hope that, in our quest to harness the brain–given our pleasure-seeking tendencies–we do not end up like the rat:
        in a continuous cycle of self-stimulation, addiction, and eventual exhaustion.

        • nosoapradio says:

          Yup. Great last sentence.

          And who can resist having a peek at the “pleasure center” video! (until you let the rat out of the bag!)
          X-))

  52. colosseum says:

    This Trudeau deepfake is quite amazing (though the lipsync is not perfect while he reads the book) … Both the book content and the whole video:

    https://yewtu.be/watch?v=xVVWK4oK93I

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Oh! Man!
      The last 30 seconds with Trudeau’s comment had me laughing.
      colosseum, Thanks for this 9 minute well-produced clip.

      “How The Prime Minister Stole Freedom” did become a # 1 Amazon Best Selling Book.

      Here is “Clyde Do Something” talking about it on June 8th.
      “We made the News! ‘National Post Story’ about ‘How the Prime Minister Stole Freedom’ and our roll in that”
      https://www.corbettreport.com/june-open-thread-2022/#comment-135426

  53. HomeRemedySupply says:

    DOJ = US Justice Department (Dept of Justice)

    Bloomberg – Thursday Sept 8
    Google Pays ‘Enormous’ Sums to Maintain Search-Engine Dominance, DOJ Says
    https://archive.ph/Tlfu2

    EXCERPTS
    (Bloomberg) — Alphabet Inc.’s Google pays billions of dollars each year to Apple Inc., Samsung Electronics Co. and other telecom giants to illegally maintain its spot as the No. 1 search engine, the US Justice Department told a federal judge Thursday…

    …“Google invests billions in defaults, knowing people won’t change them,” Dintzer told Judge Amit Mehta during a hearing in Washington that marked the first major face-off in the case and drew top DOJ antitrust officials and Nebraska’s attorney general among the spectators. “They are buying default exclusivity because defaults matter a lot.”
    Google’s contracts form the basis of the DOJ’s landmark antitrust lawsuit, which alleges the company has sought to maintain its online search monopoly in violation of antitrust laws. State attorneys general are pursuing a parallel antitrust suit against the search giant, also pending before Mehta…

    …On mobile, Google contracts with Apple, smartphone makers like Samsung and Motorola Solutions Inc., most browsers and the three US telecom carriers — AT&T Inc., Verizon Communications Inc. and T-Mobile US Inc. — to ensure its search engine is set as the default and comes preinstalled on new phones, Dintzer said. Microsoft’s search engine, Bing, is the default on the company’s Edge browser and Amazon’s Fire tablets, he said.
    Google’s contracts make it the “gateway” by which most people find websites on the internet, which has allowed it to prevent rivals from gaining the scale….

  54. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Good article below. Read it to appreciate how the Climate Change narrative is exposed. Excerpts won’t catch all the nuggets.

    Via ZeroHedge EpochTimes – Sept 8
    Greenpeace Co-Founder Patrick Moore Says Climate Change Based On False Narratives
    https://web.archive.org/web/20220909010208/https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/greenpeace-co-founder-patrick-moore-says-climate-change-based-false-narratives

    EXCERPTS
    Patrick Moore, one of the founders of Greenpeace, said in an email obtained by The Epoch Times that his reasons for leaving Greenpeace were very clear: “Greenpeace was ‘hijacked’ by the political left when they realized there was money and power in the environmental movement. [Left-leaning] political activists in North America and Europe changed Greenpeace from a science-based organization to a political fundraising organization,” Moore said.

    Moore left Greenpeace in 1986, 15 years after he co-founded the organization.

    “The ‘environmental’ movement has become more of a political movement than an environmental movement,” he said. “They are primarily focused on creating narratives, stories, that are designed to instill fear and guilt into the public so the public will send them money.”

    He said they mainly operate behind closed doors with other political operatives at the U.N., World Economic Forum, and so on, all of which are primarily political in nature.
    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [IPCC] is “not a science organization,” he said. “It is a political organization composed of the World Meteorological Organization and the United Nations Environment Program.
    “The IPCC hires scientists to provide them with ‘information’ that supports the ‘climate emergency’ narrative.

    Their campaigns against fossil fuels, nuclear energy, CO2, plastic, etc., are misguided and designed to make people think the world will come to an end unless we cripple our civilization and destroy our economy. They are now a negative influence on the future of both the environment and human civilization.”

    “Today, the left has adopted many policies that would be very destructive to civilization as they are not technically achievable. Only look at the looming energy crisis in Europe and the UK, which Putin is taking advantage of. But it is of their own making in refusing to develop their own natural gas resources, opposing nuclear energy, and adopting an impossible position on fossil fuels in general,” Moore wrote.

    The Left ‘Hijacked’ Greenpeace…
    …“Many [so-called] ‘environmental’ leaders were now saying that ‘humans are the enemies of the Earth, the enemies of Nature….

  55. supernube says:

    Hello to you all… I have just subscribed and I thought I would say hello.. all the way from the UK.

    Hope you’re all well… looking forward to contributing at some point… probably with questions though 😆

    Daniel

    • Duck says:

      Hi 🙂 and welcome

      whats prices and such like in the UK?

      Hows it going with the street violence over there? Is it still just in the cities or has it oozed out into the suburbs?

  56. Truth seeker says:

    I’m beginning to think it is all theatre with FBI raid and Trump. Trump appointed FBI director Chris Wray. https://ballotpedia.org/Trump_administration_FBI_Director_appointment

    Other reasons I think Trump is a RINO and he is acting his part:
    He is an actor. Remember the TV shows he was on. He is on IMDB site.
    Trump told us to take bioweapons jab.
    Trump lied about skamdemic. He declared a national emergency over it.
    Ironically Fraudsti is being forced out, not under Trump but Biden!
    Trump signed USMCA–part of the globalist plans AKA NAFTA.
    During the election, Trump said hillary would be in jail. Then why did he have standing ovation for them? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hbWCggw2ss&t=1s
    He is anti 2nd amendment in these statements. Take “without due process.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxgybgEKHHI
    Trump states, “Klaus (Schwab of WEF) has done a fantastic job.”https://www.bitchute.com/video/3BxZKlzgHPP2/
    In this video, he states, I identify more as a Democrat. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AwAAh60jBo&t=57s

    So I’m perplexed why MAGA still worships him. He told them to take bioweapon jabs. Perhaps they arent paying attention to RINO Trump

    • cu.h.j says:

      I think they need reminders. They also have this idea of “my enemy of my enemy is my friend” when it’s probably not true. They also want to believe in the “American Dream” and don’t know how to move away from having a government. It’s also easier to vote than to build a parallel economy.

      Basically, they aren’t seeing alternatives which is why people should introduce these ideas to some of the MAGA supporters.

    • Duck says:

      Trump is just a boomer idiot… he may have started as an actor but he got too big for his boots and stired up the masses of normies who wish for an elite that does not actively hate them…THATS why the uniparty hate him so much.

      He offered an alternative to Democratic Fast-GloboHomo and Republican Slow-Globohomo… I hope he wins, an Elite that fight is a good thing for normal folks.

      The fact that they DID NOT fight over anything but the speed of globo homo shows that anything that disrupts them is to the good

  57. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Sept 9 – Friday – MERCOLA
    Scientists Have Recreated World’s Deadliest Flu Virus
    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/09/joseph-mercola/scientists-have-recreated-worlds-deadliest-flu-virus/

    EXCERPTS
    Evidence points to SARS-CoV-2 being the product of gain-of-function (GoF) research. Indeed, attorney Tom Renz will soon release the results of a major legal investigation, which he claims will demonstrate — beyond a reasonable doubt — that SARS-CoV-2 was created as part of a GoF project.

    Whether the outbreak was accidental, intentional or the result of negligence, the end result is the same — devastation of health, commerce, finance and civil life worldwide for years on end.

    Now imagine what might happen if something like the Spanish flu got out — or worse, a turbo-charged, genetically engineered version of it. Incomprehensible as it may seem to the average person, scientists in the U.S. and Canada have resurrected this devastatingly lethal virus and, not surprisingly, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) are involved.

    Mad Scientists Are Testing Recreated Spanish Flu on Monkeys
    As reported by Renz, August 19, 2022:

    “… this is so absurd that I am just starting with the reference document because I am concerned no one will believe it. Here it is: ‘Spanish Flu GoF.’3 Yes, that is right, Fauci and crew are now actively performing gain-of-function (GoF) work and infecting primates with the Spanish Flu …

    Here is a quote from the document:
    ~~ “”This stock was used for animal inoculation. The mouse 50% lethal dose (MLD50) for this stock was determined previously to be 103.2 PFU; this value was confirmed prior to the use of the stock for macaque infection.’….”” ~~

    I frankly do not care to debate the nuance of whether the recreation of generally extinct virus ‘generated by reverse genetics’ using pieces and parts of other animals qualifies as GoF; what I care about is that we have recreated the Spanish Flu and are experimenting with it on other animals.”

    …s noted by Renz, the scientists appear frustrated by the fact that their reverse engineered Spanish flu virus — even at the highest doses tested — was not lethal enough to kill the two macaque species selected for the experiment.

    Macaques were therefore deemed “not ideal for the development and testing of novel pandemic influenza-specific vaccines and therapies,” necessitating “other physiologically relevant nonhuman primate models.” ….

    • jo-ann says:

      HRS:

      I recall reading published studies performed decades ago that demonstrated that the so-called Spanish Flu virus could not be made to infect people. I will post if I find the reference to the papers or the titles (I would like to think I downloaded them, but cannot find right now). It was disgusting – they took snot and sputum from infected persons and “inoculated” other people nasally, orally, or both – and none of the inoculated folks got sick.

      Here is a reference that claims the flu was due to multiple vaccinations: http://www.mnwelldir.org/docs/vaccines/vaccinations_condemned_McBean.htm
      Note that this book chapter has no references or other supporting evidence.

      • jo-ann says:

        Here is a non-reference article describing the experiments that I read about – and it also talks of experiments using blood.
        https://www.iflscience.com/grim-experiments-on-prisoners-during-the-spanish-flu-pandemic-did-not-go-to-plan-59242

      • jo-ann says:

        Found the original paper, reference by a NIH article (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2862332/#B69):

        Rosenau MJ. Experiments to determine mode of spread of influenza. JAMA. 1919;73:311–3
        PDF: https://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/idx/f/flu/3750flu.0016.573/1/–experiments-upon-volunteers-to-determine-the-cause-and-mode?page=root;size=100;view=pdf;q1=virology

        From the NIH article:
        “Perhaps the most interesting epidemiological studies conducted during the 1918–1919 pandemic were the human experiments conducted by the Public Health Service and the U.S. Navy under the supervision of Milton Rosenau on Gallops Island, the quarantine station in Boston Harbor, and on Angel Island, its counterpart in San Francisco. The experiment began with 100 volunteers from the Navy who had no history of influenza. Rosenau was the first to report on the experiments conducted at Gallops Island in November and December 1918.69 His first volunteers received first one strain and then several strains of Pfeiffer’s bacillus by spray and swab into their noses and throats and then into their eyes. When that procedure failed to produce disease, others were inoculated with mixtures of other organisms isolated from the throats and noses of influenza patients. Next, some volunteers received injections of blood from influenza patients. Finally, 13 of the volunteers were taken into an influenza ward and exposed to 10 influenza patients each. Each volunteer was to shake hands with each patient, to talk with him at close range, and to permit him to cough directly into his face. None of the volunteers in these experiments developed influenza. Rosenau was clearly puzzled, and he cautioned against drawing conclusions from negative results. He ended his article in JAMA with a telling acknowledgement: “We entered the outbreak with a notion that we knew the cause of the disease, and were quite sure we knew how it was transmitted from person to person. Perhaps, if we have learned anything, it is that we are not quite sure what we know about the disease.”69 (p. 313)”

  58. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The following might not interest most people.
    It discusses currencies, especially the Dollar, British Pound & Euro and Ruble & Yuan, and how they are associated with Oil/Gas and the Stock Market swings.
    Charts in article.

    By:Chris Vermeulen – Thursday September 8, 2022
    Natural Gas Price Drives Crude-SPY Trends When USD Is Appreciating
    https://www.fxempire.com/forecasts/article/natural-gas-price-drives-crude-spy-trends-when-usd-is-appreciating-1121450
    When the US Dollar is appreciating in value and trending upward, Natural Gas price trends upward as well to put moderately extreme pressures on the SPY & Crude Oil.
    (A variety of other aspects are noted also.)

  59. Steve Smith says:

    Max Igan mentioned this company in his last video and showed a clip about it. Evidently the company has been around for awhile but I hadn’t heard anything about it.
    Does anyone know if there is anything to this or is it just another greenie pipe dream? Sounds too good to be true so there must be a big catch.

    “Based in Canada, Carbon Engineering’s Direct Air Capture system directly removes CO2 from the atmosphere, purifies it, and produces a pipeline-ready compressed CO2 gas using only energy and water. This CO2 can be combined with non-fossil fuel-generated hydrogen, to produce ultra-low carbon intensity hydrocarbon fuels such as gasoline, diesel, and Jet Fuel-A.“

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/jamesconca/2019/10/08/carbon-engineering-taking-co2-right-out-of-the-air-to-make-gasoline/?sh=47f25f5d13cc

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Good post Steve.
      I ARCHIVED the Forbes article. https://archive.ph/9oKLr

      To me, this approach seems entirely feasible, and has probably been done on a small scale in labs for many, many years.
      In organic chemistry, a hydrocarbon is an organic compound consisting entirely of hydrogen and carbon.
      Adding or subtracting Hydrogen, or rearranging the Carbon is how many products are made (e.g. plastics) from Oil/Natural Gas. “Saturated fats” are fats (chain of carbon atoms) which get saturated with hydrogen. Margarine gets made via adding hydrogen.

      However, me thinks that the financial viability of producing fuels with the Carbon Engineering’s Direct Air Capture system is not profitable.
      More energy input than potential energy output.

      A number of big companies are now working on CO2 air capture and building pipelines in order to pump the CO2 deep into the ground.
      A major oil player, Occidental Petroleum is spending close to a billion dollars on such a project. They state that they will probably make more money from the “Carbon Credit Market”, than they will on their chemical production facilities.
      In Iowa/Nebraska, there is a big riff with farmers protesting one of the CO2 pipelines (sponsored by another company) which will pump CO2 deep into the ground.

      Anyway, in my opinion, the Forbe’s feature is just a “reverse engineering” of the Natural Gas industry. Perhaps they also plan to make money in Carbon Credits, which could make them viable.
      Reverse Engineering…
      e.g. EXCERPT – “These basic chemical (NatGas) feedstocks also play a key role in the manufacturing of nitrogen fertilisers as well as some engineering plastics. The chemical reactors also yield high-purity carbon dioxide (CO2) as a byproduct, which is needed by the meat and fizzy drinks industries.”
      ~~WWW fxempire.com/news/article/german-adblue-maker-running-out-of-stock-after-production-halt-1119305

      • Steve Smith says:

        Science! Sometimes I wish I would have had the sense, or perhaps the opportunity to have stayed in school and learned some of it.

        Considering the cost of this process though. How feasible do you think it might be to run a plant like that completely on renewables like solar. Sort of as a way to “store” energy?
        Probably could never be a way to replace fossil fuels but everything produced would be completely free energy wouldn’t it? As long as they didn’t use grid energy to operate.

        I remember since childhood reading Robert Heinlein novels that the key to everything was the Shipstone. Which I think was a fictional energy storage device.
        I guess I’ve always loved pipe dreams.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Plant Life is the most cost effective solar energy and carbon capture system. It is Nature’s Way.
          And making alcohol from plants is not complicated and extremely viable…ALCOHOL to run cars, cook with, heat with. It burns clean with no black suit residue nor pollutants.
          https://www.corbettreport.com/april-open-thread-2022/#comment-132612

          On the “Carbon Engineering’s Direct Air Capture”, they mentioned that their hydrogen source could come from renewable energy. This likely would be from wind power (i.e. hydrogen from water electrolysis). but could be from solar. If they make the hydrogen locally at site, then that seems reasonable.

          Daily, I read the “Energy News” and have been for years.
          While I think that having available alternative energy sources is a smart idea especially in a decentralized context, the wind and solar hype often omits the true input costs, relevant downside-factors and life of the platform. e.g. Wind turbines, solar panels, storage batteries, etc. must be replaced periodically.
          We also should note that mining minerals and processing them is energy intensive. It is not ‘clean’ and toxic chemicals are used.

          Hydrogen is the “new energy source” hype.
          How they are going to store it and transport it on a large scale hasn’t really been worked out yet, much less the energy required to liquify it.
          Liquifying Natural Gas (LNG) is a step by step process on a “train” where they lower the temperature further from tank to tank. [ (-260°F) -161.5°C at atmospheric pressure] Special pipes and containers are needed.
          At atmospheric pressure, hydrogen exists as a liquid at (-423°F) -253°C , but it has to be taken down much colder in order to store and transport. Trying to contain and transfer Liquid Hydrogen on a commerical scale…right now, that is a pipe dream. Those extreme temperatures compromise most materials.

          Don’t get me wrong. I like hydrogen and hydrogen power for different applications (such as welding/glass sculpting), but I don’t like them trying to technocratically impose it on the grid in non-viable ways.

          Sorry for the digression, and not answering your question.
          Only my opinion, but I don’t see a viable “renewable energy | free energy loop”. Weighing all the inputs against the outputs, along with attrition.
          However, I really like alternative energy sources for decentralized applications.

          • robster says:

            Instead of arguing about which form of mainstream energy is the right one, I think we should explore the work of Schauberger and the like more.

  60. Torus says:

    Just for fun
    Simple explanation of the Philosophy of Liberty
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/fBqlR18LYxlS/

  61. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Michael Snyder put together a list with source links…

    A List Of 33 Things We Know About The Coming Food Shortages
    https://web.archive.org/web/20220910144704/https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/list-33-things-we-know-about-coming-food-shortages

  62. Duck says:

    I was just reading this very short, and rather surprising pamphlet, written against the Sexual Revolution by a left wing jewish radical.

    Much of it was very funny, though I suspect thats more because of how debased our culture is today, meaning that we can not hep but be coarser.

    Easy to read version
    https://www.ep.tc/legman-thefakerevolt/01.htm

    or
    https://archive.org/details/GershonLegmanTheFakeRevolt/mode/2up

    • jo-ann says:

      Thank you for the links. Interesting that this pamphlet was written in 1967. Recently an article has been posted on various alt news sites that has a similar conclusion about women’s liberation. I can no longer find it.

      I remember about 10 years ago having an epiphany about the downward spiral of our health being related to the increased use of processed foods once women joined the work force full time I proposed that there was no one devoted to cooking and preserving wholesome foods for the family; instead mixes and pre-made meals were used or eating restaurant foods became more frequent.

      I was born in the mid-1950s and my mother was one of the few who worked full-time outside the home and in the home. She was always on the edge of total breakdown. Bless her for being excellent at both, but it really cost her and made her miserable to live with. BTW, she is still alive and approaching 90.

      • Duck says:

        Jo Ann

        Things are breaking down very fast, Gen X were needed as a transition between the boomers and gen Z who are just as malleable, but lack the skills and the lessons in common sense boomers learned as kids…poor zoomers are mostly useless husks of people.

        I think its interesting that the actual revolutionary jew hated the 60’s the same way that “Dumbest Gneration Grows Up” says that actual revolutionaries disdained the boomer students who did not want to bother reading or learning… Eros unbounded makes western culture like Samson with a haircut.

        • jo-ann says:

          Duck,

          I think it depends on the family / community in which kids are raised. As a kid in school during the 60s and early 70s, even as a kid I noticed that school was indoctrinating us, e.g. global warming, overpopulation, terrorism (plane hijacking was a thing).

          At the state college I attended, my friends were like me, apolitical science nerds, but other students in my wider circle were already parroting Marxist quotes. Two parallel ‘cultures’ within the Boomer generation. With my mind steeped in the sciences and my early career, I was totally ignorant of geopolitics and had no interest. In retrospect, I don’t think I could have had an impact on it, even if I paid attention to politics – the system is rigged.

          It wasn’t until I noticed on MSM news that Obama was acting like a dictator did I think something was off, but it took my discovery of ‘Loose Change’ on YouTube to activate me to try to figure things out. I owe James Corbett a world of thanks for all his lessons on how the world works.

          In retrospect, I don’t know what we could have done, besides protest the draft (conscription) and the Vietnam War, to change the trajectory of history. We didn’t have ready access to the information online until about 20 years ago, and most leaders are picked and groomed by the PTSB.

          • Duck says:

            jo-ann

            #NotAllBoomers 🙂 Talking in general rather then personal terms here.

            When folks like me say “boomer” we’re generally thinking of the STEREOTYPE of White Middle Class kid rebeling against ‘the man’ (but really just being degenerate and lazy) and growing up to be the 80’s ‘greed is good’ consumer.

            As a generation I think they got psy-op’d into becoming selfish Hyper Individualists. What I have found weird about GenX and Millenials is how many really WANT to wake up their boomer parents, who are now so old they can do much anyway.

            I’d say that later generations tend to be weak minded and want affirmation , GenX is ‘meh’, and Millennials are dumb as rocks while zoomers are shaping up to be the generation who realize the horrible state of atomized perversity outlined by Gershorn in that book….it just took longer then he thought.

            But, you are right to ask…what could the boomers have done? Thats a hard question since the Boomer Myth is based on WW2 being the Good war rather then the beginning of the American Empire. MAybe we should blame the Silents? Lol, but they did push back pretty hard against getting into the war.

            I think, though, the thing the Boomers did was let child rearing slide so horribly.

            It even extends, if I read “Dumbest Generation Grows Up” right, to Boomer professors having midlife criseses basically let standards vanish for millennials. I think that goes beyond Colleges and into morals and how to live their lives….meandering thoughts. I really need to go to sleep, lol

            • robster says:

              I think the whole generation issue is just another psyop to keep us divided and pitted against eachother.

              In psychology it is said that stereotyping leads to genocide.

              • Duck says:

                Robster

                A stereotype exists for a reason and is generally based in reality otherwise people would not recognize it.

                A stereo type is just a pattern people notice in reality…..which is useful if we like being alive.

                I think I was reasonably clear when I said that before…..but there are general patterns of thought that age cohorts get thru all being fed the same mass media by Social Engineers. People are normally a lot less unique then we have been taught to think ourselves and the generations have all been subjected to very different programs of though training.

                May I recommend Accedemic Agents “Smashing the boomer truth regime” ? It’s on YouTube and he has it as a playlist or a single “retrospective” video.

                As to genocide…. I think Father Time is gonna genocide the boomers rather then Zoomer
                rage . Lol

        • cu.h.j says:

          Some Gen X’s for sure lack common sense. But, JC is probably from Gen X and so am I. It depends on who raised the person and natural ability.

          Since Gen Xers grew up without social media are in a better position. Whatever it does to people’s brains is not good. Most of the people I see glued to their phones are 20 somethings, not 40 somethings. The only downside is that there are less Gen Xers, so we don’t have the numbers.

          But the education was far superior for people in my grandparents generation and my parents generation. My mom had an outstanding education and went to a public school. I was shocked what she told me she learned. I went to community college before college because my high school education was not enough to prepare me for college.

          Also, the vaccine schedule has dramatically increased over time. I suspect that some of the ingredients might be affecting the brain. But we’ll never know because there is no control group to compare with.

          It’s important to try to wake up as many of the younger generation as possible and set an example of self sufficiency and much less reliance on invasive technology and get them to drink water that lacks fluoride.

          • Duck says:

            Cu.h.j

            I dont think I said the lack common sense.

            I think I said they were “meh” in that as a generation (so obviously a broad brush here) they ended up kinda nonplussed by how the future turned out, are more suspicious of authority but kinda did not do much being sandwiched between the two MeMeMe generations….

            that said, GenX WERE at the sweet Tech spot- stupid people could not get online as much and there were no smartphones or social media. Had they had what Millenials had they might have been the same

            “….But the education was far superior for people in my grandparents generation and my parents generation. My mom had an outstanding education and went to a public school….”

            Not that it was good, it was just actively MADE to DESTROY you

            I read “Dumbest Generation” when it came out and I must say that Bauerlein hit the nail, and he gives a better ‘after game’ retrospectiver in “Dumbest Generation Grows Up” on how the Failure of The Mentors to see value in the culture they were ment to teach left Millennial adrift, ignorant, and angry.

            Also its less that education was GOOD, just that people had better social ties and society was more culturally homogeneous with a shared Christian value system that everyone had to at least nod to. We have been “freeed” of such values and the binding ties of family, and so, as Auron MAcintyre says now all stand naked and alone before the state. He sounds like a smart guy, one hour listen. He had a talk on (I think OUr Interesting Times) about “The Total State which was better but heres this if your interested

            Episode 699: The Straight Line From The Enlightenment To ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ w/ Auron MacIntyre

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZZVOb9fLJE

            • cu.h.j says:

              I watched the documentary “Human Resources” and I think the way the education has changed throughout the years has had an impact on peoples minds.

              You may be right about “less” but the less must include basics too that can also be rigorous.

              The rigor and material that my mom learned in high school was greater than the level of education that is common nowadays.

              I think education now is probably more destructive than back in the 1950s.

  63. colosseum says:

    It takes a truly strong man to do what this guy did: a Canadian normie who woke up during the Freedom Convoy events.

    #I’mSorry: A Vaccinated Apology to the Unvaccinated
    “It takes a big man to say, ‘I screwed up’ … I’m sorry I didn’t listen to you sooner.”

    https://thevigilantfox.substack.com/p/imsorry-a-vaccinated-apology-to-the

    • cu.h.j says:

      I hope that some of these jabbed people who have woken up don’t get sick a few years from now. If the increase in death is any indicator of the jabs toxicity in the short term, I wonder what the effects will be in the longer term.

      Some of these folks might be a lot sorrier later on that they allowed themselves to be injected with this toxic crap.

      • jo-ann says:

        Likely they will not see the connection with the jab.

        Within months after receiving their second jab, three of my friends were diagnosed with heart conditions (two with atrial fibrillation) and a fourth with a sudden neurological disorder. None connect the jabs to their new symptoms because several months lapsed between them. Maybe they are not connected, but it startled me that all my normie friends got ill at around the same time. (None of them know each other.)

        • cu.h.j says:

          Yeah, some people will never see, or never look. I’ve seen some weird diseases pop up probably from the jab. Two colleagues got really bad intermittent vertigo and one of them had hearing loss (neurological disorders) out of the blue. One of my colleagues is so ill, she has been out for a month. And another woman had chest pain so bad she came in and had a full cardiac work up, hasn’t died yet, but who knows after the next jab.

  64. cu.h.j says:

    I thought this was an interesting write up of the phenomenon of Mass Formation, a critique really that others have made but I thought it was good:

    https://cjhopkins.substack.com/p/mass-formation-hypnosis-disorder

    • jo-ann says:

      Both CJ Hopkins and Dr. Peter Breggin are attacking Dr. Mattias Desmet with similar arguments. I have not finished reading Desmet’s book, but so far I do not see why they are attacking his postulate. (Dr. Mark McDonald has released a book on his similar observation (interview: https://www.patrickcoffin.media/overcoming-the-covid-mass-psychosis/).

      Desmet and McDonald both offer a reason why we cannot wake up the sheep.

      • cu.h.j says:

        I think they are attacking it because they think it takes the spotlight off the culprits and that this type of mob mentality or psychology of crowds have been documented elsewhere. At least that’s what I suspect the criticism is.

        I need to read the book, because I’m probably misinterpreting the essence of his theory.

        They are also jumping on him because he said that people can have open heart surgery with hypnosis and I heard this as an anecdote before, but it’s actually untrue. People have not underwent open heart surgery with hypnosis.

        I think they think that this type of psychoanalysis muddies the waters a bit. But the fact that Desmet says to keep speaking out and act from a place of morality is sound. Nothing I disagree with there. In fact, the people as a mass could shut these parasites down if we stop going along.

        I think that maybe Desmet is synthesizing other works from other academics in the context of modern society. I don’t agree with the attack of his character, but to examine the theory. I just thought the CJ Hopkins substack post was kind of funny, but I have a odd sense of humor.

        CJ could have actually read Desmet’s book and discussed the work rather than if the guy exaggerated about hypnosis. However a crime is still ongoing and these jabs and economic crisis is harming millions of people and this should be addressed, not overly psychoanalyzed.

        And I don’t think sheep can wake up if they don’t really want to, just don’t let them get in our way.

        • cu.h.j says:

          In fact some have argued that people are creating a straw man argument by misrepresenting Desmet’s theory which might be true. I’ll actually read his book and decide for myself.

          Another poster here, commented that Desmet seems to be collectivizing the blame, and I thought that was an interesting comment and without having really read the book, can’t say I agree.

          I am a big believer in personal responsibility, but I’ve never sold a drug that is unnecessary and harmful and also coerced people into taking it. That’s what pharma and governments are doing and they are also trying to starve us. It’s an all out war on humanity. That’s evil.

        • cu.h.j says:

          Regarding open heart surgery and hypnosis, I meant that it has not be used as a replacement for anesthesia. It can be used for smaller procedures and to augment anesthesia but not as a complete replacement yet because the amount of pain would likely overcome the hypnosis. Open heart surgery is brutal in fact sometimes the heart is stopped and a person’s blood is circulated with a bypass machine. Anesthesia is normally used for this type of surgery.

  65. jo-ann says:

    Short commentary by Tom Hayden in “Off Guardian” that captures the frustration of trying to wake up the sheep:
    https://off-guardian.org/2022/09/10/dangerous-not-so-much/

    Excerpts:
    “I have a very close friend who I used to feed some seriously damaging information (to the agenda). He never looked at any of it, he would respond with comments like, “The news source that published the article you sent me is known to promote Russia,” or, “The author of that article is a Republican, I didn’t bother to read it.”

    “Sheep have a myriad of reasons why they don’t wake up, not the least being they simply are not impressed with our arm flapping. They think it was all worth it, and that the thousands of excess deaths and injuries are at best an exaggeration, at worst a small price to pay to have avoided the ravages of the Great Covid Purge.”

    * * *

    It is a coincidence that just this week I decided to abandon any further attempts at sheep waking. I simple ran out of people willing to consider another opinion.

    • Duck says:

      jo-ann
      https://www.corbettreport.com/15things/
      No.13 “You cant wake people up when their pretending to be asleep”

      There have always been masses of NPCs because , to be honest, the species would have died out if everyone told the Chiefden to F himself when he tried to organize things. In those days the Cheif was your great uncle, or something like that, so he did not generally WANT bad stuff to happen to you.

      Its Nature, but sadly we live in an Unnatural world these days, like the Dodo when rats and Pigs arrived. We’re the “Dodo’s” that must learn to eat rats and hide our eggs or share the fate of that ugly bird.

      🙂 Lol… just re read that. Better get some sleep now

      • cu.h.j says:

        The population has been systematically dumb-ed down, propagandized and poisoned for a long time now in addition to the Stockholm syndrome many people have. It’s no wonder people are blindly going along with a program.

        But there are some people that you’d be shocked actually have a clue as to what’s happening and will listen to you. I think it’s good to give someone the benefit of the doubt at least one time.

    • robster says:

      Don’t spend time waking up sheep. Find the sleeping lions instead.

  66. jo-ann says:

    Looks like some more freedom fighters are hard at work.

    Jack Dorsey’s Former Boss Is Building A Decentralized Twitter – https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaeldelcastillo/2022/09/11/jack-dorseys-former-boss-is-building-a-decentralized-twitter/?sh=32edd61557c3

    A US FTC regulator is eager to end unfair use of artificial intelligence and commercial surveillance, but experts remain skeptical. – https://www.wired.com/story/ftc-ai-regulation/

    On Bill Maher’s podcast, Aaron Rodgers blasted Governor Gavin Newsom for his bill, AB 2098, that would make spreading misinformation or disinformation a punishable offense by a physician or surgeon. – https://www.businessinsider.com/aaron-rodgers-slams-california-for-strict-covid-19-rules-2022-9

  67. There is a very talented Canadian who has sprung to life recently
    doing impressions of Canada’s despot ruler.

    I highly recommend watching these two videos,
    especially if you’re Canadian!

    Trudeau Goes To The Hospital

    Trudeau Reads Viewers’ Comments

  68. nosoapradio says:

    Apparently King Charles has been caught red-handed!!

    Charles III: His strangely swollen and red hand causes concern, a photo shocks the web!

    “…Placed under the spotlight this Saturday, the king revealed some of his physical characteristics, including a hand with abnormally swollen and red fingers that immediately caught the attention of many Internet users…
    …And already the craziest theories have flourished on the social networks, always fond of new scandals. Nevertheless, many medical conditions can explain the swollen hand of King Charles III…”

    https://www.msn.com/fr-fr/divertissement/celebrites/charles-iii-sa-main-%C3%A9trangement-gonfl%C3%A9e-et-rouge-fait-r%C3%A9agir-une-photo-choque-la-toile/ar-AA11Hjo9?li=BBoJOoW&parent-title=fort-boyard-la-vie-secr%C3%A8te-de-passe-muraille&parent-ns=ar&parent-content-id=AAposkJ&index=0

    snigger snigger…

  69. robster says:

    Mainstream media in The Netherlands now reporting weekly deaths surplus of hundreds of people, which they cannot “explain”.

    https://www.volkskrant.nl/nieuws-achtergrond/elke-week-overlijden-er-honderden-nederlanders-meer-dan-normaal-en-niemand-weet-waarom~b7db5648/

    It’s behing a paywall, sorry. It’s just to let y’all know. I suspect we all have an idea what the cause might be…

  70. mik says:

    Zoltan Pozsar wrote something worth of attention.

    War and Industrial Policy
    https://plus2.credit-suisse.com/shorturlpdf.html?v=5amR-YP34-V&t=-1e4y7st99l5d0a0be21hgr5ht

    He is 2D chess player and there are some inexcusable simplifications all around, but it’s worthy anyway.
    Germany’s (EU’s) utter insanity is undeniable when numbers talk:

    “….in Germany, $2 trillion of value added depends on $20 billion of gas from Russia…”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Zoltan Pozsar has put out some great stuff.

      I also am astounded by the insanity going on in Germany and the EU with this energy stuff. I often follow the energy sector and markets.

  71. mik says:

    Alasdair MacIntyre’s book After Virtue gave me insight why we have insurmountable problems when talking to normies. The same goes also for all encompassing divisiveness in today’s society.
    Often it looks like we have disagreement. Actually, it’s not about disagreement at all. For a disagreement we first need agreement on some fundamental level. For example, we have to speak the same language, we have to have the same meaning of words, we need to operate with some common concepts. In absence of common ground we can only talk one beside the other. And that is not very different from noise (noise….chaos).

    A digested book After Virtue:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osrbBWAqN-Q

    • cu.h.j says:

      Thanks for posting this. Very interesting to consider common ground and agreement of the meaning of words. This to me is very profound and probably very simple.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I thought this was an interesting interview, but Griffin did misinterpret Peter Duesberg’s hypothesis about HIV. Duesberg said that the HIV particle was a harmless passenger virus, rather than “not exist”

      I think the words “not exist” muddy the waters a bit. The particles are real, but what they are seems debatable and a debate with scientists would be interesting.

      I don’t think putting people into categories based on their opinions on viruses is helpful though because it is a way of dividing opposition to the fundamental issue of the coordinated mass killing and enslavement of humanity. People may either not understand enough about the topic to have an opinion or they think that the science around them is faulty so have to re evaluate experimental data, or they may just be focusing on another area of resistance and are really allies on the same team.

      I wonder if this virus/no virus issue is the crux of the issue like some people think it is and why they think that? Do people really think that if there was hard proof that viruses “don’t exist” (and what is even meant by don’t exist?) and this was shown to the public would they even believe it?

      And why are there virologists who may be honest people studying these particles and believing they do exist? What are the gain of function labs studying and do they exist? If viruses “don’t exist” what are those particles that are being cultured in the lab and what in the genetic library?

      • robster says:

        “if there was hard proof that viruses “don’t exist””: you cannot prove a negative. Also, someone claiming that something exists and causes something, has to prove that. Not the other way around.

        You are asking the same irrelevant questions (again) about believing and gain of function, typical for “virus pushers”. 😉 It’s not about what you believe, it’s what you can prove. No one has denied the existence of particles. It’s just that it has never been proven that there are particles that are contagious and cause disease. I see that the programming is still strong in you, but hang in there, you are on the right path. 🙂

        The gene library contains only in silico generated sequences. Coppolino has an interesting talk on this on https://odysee.com/@drsambailey:c/The-Digital-Seduction-of-COVID-19-with-Eric-Coppolino:0.

        • cu.h.j says:

          “It’s not about what you believe, it’s what you can prove. No one has denied the existence of particles. It’s just that it has never been proven that there are particles that are contagious and cause disease.”

          Yes indeed if what a person believes is being used to control and harm others, or like in a court of law. And I agree that a lot of what I have read does not demonstrate that these particles cause disease.

          However, I think that that comment is different from “don’t exist” and when a person hears “don’t exist” similar to how they hear “isolation” they are thinking that has a different meaning.

          The way language is used is very important, as the poster mik has commented on. Agreement on definitions is important for communication.

          Just notice how language is being used though “don’t exist” versus “studies show that the particles don’t cause disease” or even “haven’t been shown to be isolated and cause disease”

          When people who have no clue about this stuff hear “don’t exist” I think people do not understand that this is the same thing as what is meant.

          Asking what people think about gain of function labs is just a question really to me anyway. It is not evidences the particles in the lab cause disease, but I do think that many people think that the stuff they are creating in the lab do cause disease. And they could be completely wrong. So my question is is that the case, or is it some type of propaganda and labs don’t exist at all?

          But back to Duesberg and HIV particle. He did not believe the particles called viruses could not cause disease, but that HIV was harmless. And even if this is considered “virus pusher” his thoughts on the matter is important to consider because he has a different idea.

          I don’t think putting people on lists is a good way to open dialogue though, or try to get people to open their minds. By doing so, people either think the people are “bad” “controlled opposition” and completely avoid listening to what they are saying. And it can creates echo chambers and division.

          The way Stefan Lanka communicates is much different than others and people are much more likely to look at his research because he is patient and explains what he is saying. I think that the way this topic is discussed is very important if the goal is to change the paradigm.

          • robster says:

            The labs exist. They make stuff that makes you sick. However, that stuff is chemical in nature. Not viral, since there is no virus that is contagious and pathogenic. They would love that, but it simply does not exist.

            Agreeing on definitions is important, yes, but that is precisely the area where virology differs from pretty much any other field in science. Just check what they been by “isolation”. They play word games, changing definitions and such to obfuscate the nonsense they believe in.

            The list of the virus pushers is meant as a warning, and to understand what stance such people have. Imo it does not make them bad or controlled opposition. Besides, most them that are controlled opposition don’t even know they are.

            • cu.h.j says:

              Yes, virology does not seem like a hard science. Some of these fields called science are not the way I understand science. For example “social science.”

              The fact that the medical system and the field of virology has been funded by wealthy interests and the focus is on vaccine development is a red flag. They also only fund stuff that tries to support their theories in order to make vaccines. So they are steering “science” in a certain direction. I think the average person could understand the corruption involved.

              I would like to look at other particles like ebola and marbug and such and see what studies were conducted on those. I have only just begun researching this topic.

              I think it would be interesting for scientists of good will to come together to discuss their ideas and let down the ego a little bit. I noticed Andrew Kaufman and Judy Mikovitz had another talk but it was long so I didn’t listen to it, but will check it out.

              I think “climate change” narrative is going to be used next and that will require some examination as well. Again, the fact of wealthy interests and steering science in a certain direction is a red flag.

              I do think that a lot of people are just ignorant of both virology and climate change and how funding influences this to create a paradigm and narrative to support it.

  72. Frode says:

    [www.unimelb.edu.au]

    MR GEOFFREY CUMMING – Businessman and Philanthropist

    Global pandemic therapeutics centre announced in Melbourne

    The establishment of the new Centre is made possible by the exceptional generosity of international businessman and philanthropist, Mr Geoffrey Cumming, a Canadian and New Zealand citizen who lives in Melbourne. Mr Cumming has donated $250 million to the University of Melbourne to establish the new Cumming Global Centre within the Doherty Institute.

    The Centre will address the critical need to prepare for future pandemics. It will enable the rapid design and testing of new therapeutics, and their delivery to the community within months of a pandemic outbreak.

    https://www.unimelb.edu.au/newsroom/news/2022/august/global-pandemic-therapeutics-centre-announced-in-melbourne

  73. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Dallas Water Fluoridation – September 2022

    The budget approval agenda item #29 to buy the toxic stuff (hydrofluorosilicic acid) is coming before the Dallas City Council on Wednesday September 14, 2022.

    We’ll get a look at the souls of those involved in deciding this water fluoridation issue. Will they risk the full body health of millions of people? Are they willing to risk harming people?

    This is Top Grade…
    Interview of Attorney Michael Connett by Robert F Kennedy Jr.
    https://dallasforsaferwater.com/newsandactivism

    • jo-ann says:

      More on water fluoridation from article written by Dr. Joseph Mercola titled “3 Reasons Food Is Getting More Toxic” (behind paywall but freely available on Children’s Health Defense site: https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/food-toxicity-toxins-phosphate-fertilizers-pesticides-cola/)

      Excerpt:

      “Fluoridated water may also contain polonium-210

      “Yet another route of polonium-210 exposure is consumption of fluoridated water, courtesy of the fluorosilicic acid used. This chemical byproduct, created during the phosphate fertilizer manufacturing process, is what is typically used to fluoridate municipal water supplies.

      “In 2015, Mosaic Fertilizer, one of the largest phosphate mining and fertilizer companies in the world, was fined $2 billion by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over improper storage and disposal of waste, which was found to pose a hazard to groundwater resources.

      “A cruel irony is that fluorosilicic acid, another toxic waste product, is suddenly proclaimed “healthy” when purposely added to drinking water. Uranium and radium are two known carcinogens found in fluorosilicic acid used for water fluoridation, and polonium-210 is one of two decay products of uranium.

      “Furthermore, polonium decays into stable lead-206, which also has significant health risks — especially in children — and research has indeed shown that drinking fluoridated water increases lead absorption in your body.”

  74. jo-ann says:

    Links to useful prepper web sites (mindset, strategies, tools, etc.) recommended by The Organic Prepper:
    https://www.theorganicprepper.com/my-favorite-preparedness-websites-and-youtube-channels/

  75. HomeRemedySupply says:

    We all probably remember headlines from April or May like this…
    Putin’s fingerprints all over deaths of these 7 oligarchs this year

    Then earlier this month of September, I posted this headline:
    Sept 1st – The New York Post
    Russian oil executive and Putin critic Ravil Maganov dead after mysterious six-story fall
    https://www.corbettreport.com/september-open-thread-2022/#comment-139556

    …Well, guess what now?!…

    Tuesday September 13
    [See LINKS to Previous Stories in link below]
    Another Russian Energy Exec Found Dead, ‘Fell Overboard’ Boat At Full Speed
    https://web.archive.org/web/20220914014525/https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/another-russian-energy-exec-found-dead-fell-overboard-boat-full-speed
    Another one bites the dust…
    Less than two weeks since Ravil Maganov, the vice president and chair of the board of directors of Russian oil giant Lukoil, died after falling out of a sixth floor hospital window in Moscow, another Russian energy executive has been found dead in mysterious circumstances.
    39-year-old Ivan Pechorin, managing director of Putin’s Far East and Arctic Development Corporation, fell off the side of a boat while sailing in the waters close to Russky Island near Cape Ignatiev, according to Russian daily Komsomolskaya Pravda.
    For two days, rescuers searched for a man at sea near the coastline – unfortunately, he was found dead…
    …According to The Mirror’s Russia correspondent, he was personally selected by Putin for his role, and was described by Newsweek as Putin’s “key man” in the region.

    Some of the linked previous story headlines:
    These are all the Russian oligarchs who have died suddenly, some in suspicious circumstances, in recent months

    Russian executive with Gazprom contracts found dead in his swimming pool after being shot in the head

    Ex-company of Russian oligarch found dead with his wife and child throws doubt on murder-suicide theory, saying he was a ‘wonderful family man’

  76. cu.h.j says:

    Here’s something I read from Dr. Malone’s substack that I thought was interesting about “human augmentation” in the military :https://www.thedefensepost.com/2021/05/05/us-space-chief-human-augmentation/?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email

    He’s been talking more about the “bio-digital convergence” type stuff particularly in the military. So this topic is now entering more mainstream discourse if it’s being discussed by Malone who’s a bit more mainstream, IMO.

    At any rate, I wonder if any of this tech can actually work the way they say it will be able to and if they have anything like that now?

    Here’s a propaganda piece from CBS news about increasing a person’s IQ with a brain chip: https://www.cbsnews.com/chicago/news/northwestern-neuroscientist-researching-brain-chips-to-make-people-superintelligent/

    Here’s another one about a brain implant in an ALS patient: https://alsnewstoday.com/news/brain-implant-lets-fully-paralyzed-man-communicate-family-again/

    They seem to be pushing this brain implant thing more. This is insane. I just want to know if what they are trying to do is actually possible. I know this is probably dumb and I know very very little about artificial intelligence and machine learning and computer programming and quantum computing. But why don’t the self driving cars work yet if they can do all this stuff with artificial intelligence? These stupid things have been driving slowly around the city for a long time now and this tech seems like a bunch of BS, at least in this application.

    Are they trying to scare us or propagandize us to feel dread about the future, or is there some truth to this stupid pointless technocracy and trans-humanism that even if it’s possible will lead to misery and possibly extinction?

  77. HomeRemedySupply says:

    By Ben Bartee – September 15, 2022
    White House ‘Nutrition Advisor’ Claims Lucky Charms Are Healthier Than Chicken
    https://www.thedailybell.com/all-articles/news-analysis/white-house-nutrition-advisor-claims-lucky-charms-are-healthier-than-chicken/
    Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian — Joe Biden’s new Public Health© nutrition advisor — claims Lucky Charms© are healthier than fresh meat.
    Via Dariush’s criminally stupid “Food Compass©”:

    [See GRAPHIC image]
    …Dariush somehow managed to get his brazen propaganda piece featured in Nature Journal, widely considered one of the most authoritative scientific publications in the world….
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    There are some interesting images in the article. I could not find a source of the first image.
    “Food Compass©” scores different foods.
    You can see the linked document with the loooonnng list of foods and their “Food Compass Score”.
    “General Mills Lucky Charms” got a score of 60.
    Evidently, according to Dariush, a boiled egg is less ‘healthy’ with a score of 51.
    Lucky Charms far outranks the healthy aspect of a “whole egg fried in butter” which scores only 29.
    However, “Frosted Mini Wheats” scored a healthy high 87.

  78. Frode says:

    [nrk.no] – excerpts – machine translated from norwegian

    NEWS FROM NORWAY

    —–

    Shop in power municipality received NOK 35,000 in electricity bill – fears closure

    – If it continues like this, there will be closure before the new year, says the shop driver in Eksingedalen. The organization for small and medium-sized enterprises fears bankruptcy.

    If the grocery store closes, it is half an hour to drive to the next store. This can lead to people moving from the village.

    – I fear that we have already seen the start of a wave of bankruptcies, which will have enormous consequences for local communities and workplaces across the country.

    https://www.nrk.no/vestland/butikk-i-kraftkommune-fikk-35.000-kroner-i-stromregning-_-frykter-nedleggelse-1.16099662
    https://archive.ph/1cZYw

    —–

    High electricity prices caused the farmer to harrow his own vegetable crop

    – This is not a demonstration. This is a consequence of electricity prices, says vegetable farmer Per Odd Gjestvang.

    Vegetable farmer Per Odd Gjestvang shakes his head. He stands and looks at the ready-to-harvest leeks being harrowed down on his field at Skreia in Østre Toten.

    Around 29 tonnes of leeks are lost. It has a gross value of around 700,000.

    The leeks had normally been taken to cold storage, so that they would be found in Norwegian vegetable counters this winter. But the calculation simply does not add up for the farmer.

    With today’s electricity prices, Gjestvang does not see it as financially sound to spend money on storing the vegetables.

    Previously, Gjestvang paid around 24,000 for electricity per month. Now the price is almost 16 times as high.

    – The way the market is now, with a cautiously high electricity price of NOK five, it will be NOK 400,000. It is not possible to achieve, he says.

    Agriculture Minister Sandra Borch does not think it is pleasant that Per Odd Gjestvang does not see it as expedient to harvest the leek field at Toten.

    – We are in a demanding time, and we have to accept that, says Agriculture Minister Sandra Borch.

    https://www.nrk.no/innlandet/hoye-strompriser-fikk-bonden-til-a-harve-ned-egen-gronnsakavling-pa-ostre-toten-1.16089191
    https://archive.ph/qQknS

  79. Steve Smith says:

    Does anyone have any idea what the Creative Society is?

    A member of the German parliament or legislature or something like that issued a warning of sorts about an event that will occur on September 24th 2022 that he claims will be very memorable.

    https://www.sgtreport.com/2022/09/german-political-parasite-warns-of-an-event-september-24/

    I hadn’t heard of The Creative Society till I searched for the date 9/24/2022 and discovered that they are planning a global online conference for that day. Next Saturday. https://usadailynews24.com/the-global-crisis-usa-online-conference-on-september-24th-2022-will-be-a-historic-moment-for-americans/
    I just thought it was sort of weird and wondered if anyone knows anything about it. I really can’t find much about the organization or it’s funding source.

    • Duck says:

      I know nothing about them but 5 min at creativesociety.com and creativesocietyusa .com made me think it looks
      A) new age with the infinity symbol in a triangle
      Note that the 2 website have a different texture to the infinity symbol which is probably important

      B) it sounds like a rehash of the Venus project weirdness who, if I recall , were either behind or related somehow to the zeitgeist movies. They were resource based economy types which is Technocracy…I think mr Corbett did a thi g on the resource based economy.
      https://www.corbettreport.com/the-dark-agenda-behind-the-resource-based-economy/

      The imagery is def new agey. Sorry I can’t look deeper now but busy here.

      • Steve Smith says:

        I agree duck, my first impression was that it seemed very new age and green inspired. And I immediately suspect that there is something like the WEF or Gates behind the scenes somewhere. But that’s entirely speculation.
        Their claim that their global conference will “be a historic moment for Americans” just makes me more suspicious.
        Especially in light of the weird statement of the German politician.
        I just figured that someone here would be more informed than me about it.

    • jo-ann says:

      Steve,

      I too saw the short clip and checked it using the English translation on YouTube a couple of days ago.

      “This 24th September, 2022, is going to be a day which we will remember and we’re going to say about this day in the future that I remember where I was when I got the news of the war in Ukraine.”

      YouTube video and translation can be viewed at the bottom of the page at:
      https://thewashingtonstandard.com/german-legislator-warns-of-september-24th-everyone-will-remember-exactly-where-he-or-she-was-video/

  80. Steve Smith says:

    Is there a secret to being able to include a second link in a post without the post going to moderation?
    I have never been able to use more than one link though I’ve seen other post which include many.
    Just wondering if I’m doing something wrong.

    While I’m waiting for my post to be approved, (or not), I’ll ask my question again with no links.

    Does anyone know anything about an organization called The Creative Society which is planning a global online conference for next Saturday?

    • pearl says:

      Yes there is, thanks to NoSoapRadio:

      From her I learned that if you leave off the http/s part, and just keep the rest of the link, it won’t show up as a hyperlink; but when you copy/paste it into the address bar, that http/s part will insert itself automatically. For example:

      geopoliticsandcognition.com/Authoritarianism.html

      • Steve Smith says:

        Thanks Pearl. I knew that there was something I was doing wrong.
        I think I will repost my post from this morning and see if it works because I think James is probably not gonna be awake for another couple of hours.

        Does anyone have any idea what the Creative Society is?

        A member of the German parliament or legislature or something like that issued a warning of sorts about an event that will occur on September 24th 2022 that he claims will be very memorable.

        http://www.sgtreport.com/2022/09/german-political-parasite-warns-of-an-event-september-24/

        I hadn’t heard of The Creative Society till I searched for the date 9/24/2022 and discovered that they are planning a global online conference for that day. Next Saturday.

        usadailynews24.com/the-global-crisis-usa-online-conference-on-september-24th-2022-will-be-a-historic-moment-for-americans/

        I just thought it was sort of weird and wondered if anyone knows anything about it. I really can’t find much about the organization or it’s funding source.

    • Duck says:

      The secret of posting many links is…. post many times 😉

      Lol, sorry, that’s the only way I i know. Sometimes it goes right thru even with many links, sometimes it does not. Multiple posts work every timr

    • 2-D Chess Dweller says:

      No.

      And, removing the second link does not help either. Once you’re up for moderation, so it remains 😀

  81. 2-D Chess Dweller says:

    Dear Corbetteers,

    I wish to report a very minor success. As confident as one can be in the very unreliable statistics offered authors by the free publishing and Surveillance platform Substack, I have driven 2 more persons to Episode 123, Smedley Butler.

    The cause is an article, a lament on the tragedy of war, based on the recent “counter offensives” in Ukraine. When one has two Swedish sisters singing a beautiful cover of the Buffy-Sainte Marie’s “Universal Soldier”, and their band name is “First Aid Kit”, how can one resist?

    The short article and its podcast are available. References involve two extended interviews with Scott Ritter, and commentary by a former senior Indian diplomat.

    https://yesxorno.substack.com/p/knocking-on-kherson-while-kicking

    Peace be with you,

    2-D

  82. All of the researchers here will already know this, but the mainstream search engines (including DuckDuckGo) have started engaging in extremely bold sweeping censorship, and not just on controversial topics.
    They’re blocking out huge swaths of the Internet.
    They’re becoming Idiocracy-tier search engines.

    This video illustrates some of it:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8O_NvPpbsbw

  83. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I have to restrain myself from making jokes about the following article…

    Sept 15 – Yahoo News
    Scorecard grades toilet paper brands in terms of climate change impact
    https://archive.ph/uFoPP

    EXCERPTS
    …Amid a growing interest in which brands use the best sustainability practices, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), an environmental advocacy organization, analyzed the sourcing of the largest brands of toilet paper, facial tissue and paper towels on the U.S. market. Its resulting scorecard, released on Wednesday, gives failing sustainability grades to most of the biggest household names.
    The four-largest name brands in the country — Angel Soft, Charmin, Cottonelle, and Quilted Northern — all received an F.

    “As this year’s scorecard shows, the largest tissue brands in America are failing the climate, communities, and biodiversity by continuing to create their products from forests like the Canadian boreal, which stores more carbon than any other terrestrial ecosystem,” wrote NRDC’s Ashley Jordan in a blog post explaining the ratings. The largest brands, she added, are made “almost exclusively from virgin forest fiber and fail to avoid sourcing from primary forests.”….

  84. jo-ann says:

    BREAKING: U.S. Senators finally receive critical evidence to indict Fauci, Intelligence Agencies involved – Bombshell Renz & MAFA [Make America Free Again] Report

    Includes evidence from whistleblower and fact that Moderna’s patent matches the genetic sequence of the spike protein.

    Short presentation and copy of slides and 57-page report are available at link below. PDFs available on Renz Law site as well.

    Report handed to several Senators for them to begin an investigation (for whatever that is worth).

    https://sarahwestall.com/breaking-court-ready-evidence-to-indict-fauci-intelligence-agencies-involved-renz-again-drops-bombshells/

    • Torus says:

      Thanks jo-ann. More proof of a lab-made virus, the obvious cover up, and ties to us intelligence.

      The link you provided isn’t working… the host sarahwesthall.com won’t connect. (Blocked, censored?)

      A link to Renz’s website. The report is at the bottom of this page but takes a little while to load.
      https://renz-law.com/breaking-the-origins-of-sars-cov2fauci-wuhan-ecohealth-more/

      There is a lot in this report that I originally heard from Whitney Webb’s articles. I wonder if they used her investigation in this?

      • jo-ann says:

        Yea, the site seems to be down, but at least Renz’s site still is up and also has the video of his presentation.

      • jo-ann says:

        Another news brief (copied and pasted below) on the same topic:
        https://www.worldtribune.com/former-ecohealth-alliance-official-fauci-funded-the-creation-of-covid/

        “Documents which claim Anthony Fauci “funded the creation of SARS-COV-2 and lied to Congress about funding gain-of-function work,” have been sent to lawmakers in Washington, D.C., a former vice president at EcoHealth Alliance, a major funder of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, said.

        In a sworn declaration, Andrew Huff claims that EcoHealth Alliance “developed” SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes Covid-19 infection, through gain-of-function research at the Wuhan lab.

        “The process of developing SARS-COV-2 was also described in detail in the proposal submitted to, and ultimately funded by, the National Institutes of Health (HHS NIH), the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), by EcoHealth Alliance with the WIV and [University of North Carolina] listed as collaborators,” according to the sworn declaration of Huff, who is represented by attorney Thomas Renz.

        The statement is included in documents dated Sept. 12 that were posted by Renz, who represents clients challenging Covid mandates, and were apparently directed to Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson.

        “Anthony Fauci and others coordinated to cover-up the funding of the gain-of-function work that resulted in SARS-COV-2,” Huff said in the declaration.

        Huff, a former U.S. Army infantryman in Iraq and former research fellow at the Department of Homeland Security, shared the documents on Twitter, saying they were “sent to the U.S. Senate and Congress last week.”

    • jo-ann says:

      David Martin agrees that there is no SARS-COV-2. He states a bioweapon was used to create the pandemic. Hear him speak at the Red Pill Expo, November 19, 2021:

      https://www.algora.com/Algora_blog/2021/11/20/dr-david-martin-who-they-are-the-names-and-faces

      • robster says:

        Can you share a timestamp where he says there is no virus? Asking because currently he’s still on the virus pushers list:

        http://apocalypticyoga.wikidot.com/virus-pushers-against-clotshots

        • jo-ann says:

          time stamp = 14:45

          Also, here is a quote from the partial transcript provided at the Algora link:

          “DUSTIN MOSKOVITZ: EDITING THE HUMAN GENOME
          “So let’s get really clear on Dustin Moskovitz. Shall we, Dustin Moskovitz?…You little piece of sh!t! Let’s talk about him for a minute. The Co-Founder of Facebook that you’ve never heard of…also the guy who founded Open Philanthropy, who was the actual check-writer for Event201. You were told that it was the World Economic Forum. You were told it was the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. You were told it was Johns Hopkins University. But the actual check that cleared for the program was signed by none other than Dustin Moskovitz…
          “Now, I’m picking on him for a good reason. He’s a felon, he’s a criminal. He is one of the most sociopathic, psychopathic, crazy people walking the planet and he’s paid to keep his name in private. So guess what? Don’t let him! The reason why I want to give you this slide is because I want every one of them named. I want them all publicly named.
          “Because it’s time that we start going through the reality of saying, ‘We the People are not going to let mass-murderers get away anonymously mass-murdering people. We are not going to allow that to happen! Not on our watch! And that’s why you have this slide…
          “But let’s go back to Dustin. Isn’t it interesting that Dustin conveniently decided to shroud this entire public health crisis in a self-serving, self-interested investment objective? He owns Sherlock biosciences. Sherlock Bioscienceshappens to be the company that owns the CRISPR technology that is the joint venture between the United States and China on gene editing the human genome…
          “Dustin Moskovitz knew that if he actually tried to take this technology into the public, nobody would be willing to do it, particularly, given the fact that it’s a JV [joint venture] between him and the government of China. That’s the reason why we’d have a problem with it. Because it feels like eugenics. You know why it feels like eugenics? Because it iseugenics, that’s why it feels like it! That’s why it feels like Cold Spring Harbor Labs…
          “The only way we could get gene editing technology approved was with an Emergency Use Authorization. Not surprisingly, once everybody was distracted on vaccines and everybody was distracted on RTPCR and everybody was distracted on everything else, Sherlock Biosciences slipped their Emergency Use Authorization application into the FDA – and got it. In other words, using the cover of COVID, which all of us are pretending to talk about, the editing of the human genome was approved and not one of us said a thing.”

          Continued below

          • jo-ann says:

            Continued…

            ““Now, if you were going to edit the human genome, do you think you’d need a good cover story to actually hide what you’re really doing? You’d probably find the guy who has the biggest financial interest in doing it and make sure, that while everyone is looking over at coronavirus and COVID and trying to figure out these Lab Leak Hypothesis – there’s no Lab Leak Hypothesis, because there’s no lab leak!
            “So stop taking about lab leaks! there is no lab leak. This is the willful weaponization of a spike protein, that’s what it is. It’s an act of war, it’s not a leak. We need to start calling it what it is. It’s an act of war. It’s an act of war against humanity.”

          • robster says:

            While he indeed says there is no virus, he only is talking about the covid-case, and he distracts from the real issue by talking about a bioweapon (not even mentioning it’s the vaccine that’s the bioweapon, but instead he talks about the spike protein).

            He never says there are no contagious and pathogenic viruses in general. For now, he remains on the virus pushers list. 😉

            • cu.h.j says:

              Why are people on lists? What does this do in a positive way to open minds and grow a solid resistance against the full spectrum war on humanity?

              • robster says:

                Because unfortunately there are many people with hidden agendas and ulterior motives. It’s such a shame that these days we have to question everyone and everything until they check out. 🙁

                I would be interested to see what David Martin’s reply would be to the question: do you believe contagious and pathogenic viruses exist? 😉

            • Steve Smith says:

              “It’s such a shame that these days we have to question everyone and everything until they check out. 🙁”

              But we don’t Rob. We don’t have to make lists and write off everyone who doesn’t toe our particular line.
              We can work with and learn from people who don’t agree with us on every detail. As long as they are standing up against, as cu.h.j. so eloquently put it the, “war on humanity?”

              As I have stated countless times I believe that the authoritarian state is the biggest problem facing humanity. But it wouldn’t be very constructive to reject all those who don’t agree with me if they are trying to stop the current assault on us all.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Agreed. Isn’t freedom about rights to think differently than others and state ones opinion or be wrong?

                I bet if we look carefully on the list and scrutinize some of the “#teamnovirus” we’d find some of those individuals might believe in man made climate change, or that voting for the right people will make a difference.

                I bet you there’s some statists in there! But so what. They can be wrong and still be working toward stopping the extinction of our species, right?

                Some people haven’t done enough research on viruses, contagion, or on climate science. But one thing they can do is look at who funds what and see some level of corruption which is enough to raise doubts.

              • robster says:

                I would take it one step further, and it’s a pity that James never talks about this: the problem is that we have given the power to create money out of nothing to a handful of international bankers. They are the little old man behind the curtain, pulling all strings in this world. Until we take back our power to issue money, like was so aptly done in the US at the time of the revolution, and (almost) under Andrew Jackson, we can be finally free (again).

                Check out https://odysee.com/The-Web-of-Debt(audiobook):1, a fascinating book on this topic.

  85. robster says:

    Fascinating interview: https://odysee.com/@jermwarfare:2/Jerome-Corsi:d, on synthetic oil during WO II and the neo-marxist agenda behind the CO2-hoax.

  86. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Tuesday Sept 20 – Yahoo News
    U.N. chief warns of ‘a winter of global discontent’
    https://archive.ph/dQddP

    EXCERPTS
    NEW YORK — United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres warned that war, famine and climate change are setting the stage for a ‘a winter of global discontent,’ in his remarks opening the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday morning.
    Speaking to a crowd that included heads of state, many of whom will address the General Assembly this week, Guterres warned that these and other ills, including global inflation and growing economic inequality, pose acute challenges demanding swift action. But he went on to express frustration that nations are hesitant to meet the moment.

    “We are in rough seas,” Guterres said. “A winter of global discontent is on the horizon. A cost-of-living crisis is raging. Trust is crumbling. Inequalities are exploding. Our planet is burning. People are hurting — with the most vulnerable suffering the most.”

    …Guterres has long advocated for ambitious policies to mitigate climate change. Last week, in a press conference setting the stage for the General Assembly, he argued that recent extreme weather events in developing countries demonstrate the severe injustice of climate change, in which greenhouse gas emissions from rich nations cause disasters in poorer countries less able to adapt and recover…

    …he returned to climate change, with a heavy focus on the subject and specific policy prescriptions, including calling on developed countries to tax windfall profits of fossil fuel companies with the proceeds directed to the poorest communities suffering the consequences of climate change.
    “The climate crisis is the defining issue of our time,” Guterres said, calling out policymakers who have put it on “the back burner.”…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Tuesday Sept 20
      EU Seeks Sweeping New Crisis Powers To Secure Critical Supply Chains
      https://web.archive.org/web/20220923182354/https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/eu-seeks-sweeping-new-crisis-powers-secure-critical-supply-chains

      EXCERPTS
      The executive body of the European Union (EU) laid out a new emergency tool to secure supply chains in times of crisis that would give it sweeping new powers to block member countries from adopting restrictions to the free movement of crisis-relevant goods or force businesses to break contracts and stockpile key products.

      Details of the plan—called the Single Market Emergency Instrument (SMEI)—were unveiled on Sept. 19 by the European Commission (EC), which would be granted the power to declare an emergency and trigger a range of market interventions

      …In the emergency stage, EC could also recommend that member countries distribute the strategic reserves in a targeted manner and demand that businesses accept priority rated orders for key supplies. Businesses would be forced to comply with such demands or explain “the grave reasons justifying refusal,” the EC said….

  87. HomeRemedySupply says:

    New Jersey is now the first state in the U.S. to introduce Required Climate Change Curriculum in its schools…

    Climate Change Education: New Jersey Student Learning Standards
    Climate Change Education by Grade Band
    Sample Interdisciplinary Connections

    https://www.nj.gov/education/standards/climate/learning/

    Message From First Lady Tammy S. Murphy
    Dear New Jersey Educators,
    Blah blah blah…
    ..Your work is not simply job preparation. You teach each generation to communicate, to think critically, and to be curious about the world around them.

    As we face the reality of the CLIMATE CRISIS as a state, we must also help the next generation of leaders prepare for the environmental challenges of the future. Through the incorporation of climate change education across our New Jersey Student Learning Standards, your classrooms and communities can become even greater incubators for cutting-edge ideas, critical and creative thinking, and practical problem-solving, to best cultivate a generation of solutions and plans that are sustainable.

    The challenge ahead of us is great. But, with the Governor’s commitment to reaching 100 percent clean energy by 2050 and a host of other green initiatives, New Jersey is positioned to be a leader of the climate movement – now and in the future. Together, we can ensure that our students are equipped with the knowledge and resources needed to combat the climate crisis, no matter what career they choose.

    I know our students couldn’t possibly be in better hands, and I thank you all!

    My very best,
    First Lady Tammy Murphy

    ~~WWW nj.gov/education/standards/climate/

  88. jo-ann says:

    Mercola.com has been taken down. They notified members via email today. Here is a partial quote:

    “IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

    “Many of you are aware the Mercola website disappeared early Friday morning. This outage wasn’t scheduled, but we have been planning and preparing for the possibility that it could happen for some time.

    “The past few years have brought many challenges:
    • Our bank accounts were closed
    • Our partners’ Paypal accounts were shut down
    • The media, senators, federal agencies, Attorney’s General, and Big Tech have all been used by the global cabal to illegally shut down our right to free speech

    “But we stand together and can see through the coordinated agenda before us.
    A constant game of chess is being played out and our lives are at stake. We’ve broken through the blinding fog of the COVID war together. We have won many battles and are stronger and more enlightened by each one.

    “Our sites will be shut down temporarily and we will operate through Substack and Amazon [for products] until further notice.

    “The Substack website will host our content for the first 48 hours free of charge. It is imperative that you subscribe to my Substack website (for free) to receive our daily information.

    “Please also bookmark the website should you not receive our emails. You can find my Substack website at: TakeControl.Substack.Com”

  89. Steve Smith says:

    When I saw that Kate Middleton wore the same dress that was used in the movie Rosemary’s Baby.
    https://imgs.search.brave.com/QZGmnKvZ3htNw6zvnyIIXveGNHY8MlS42KCmNv_VV6U/rs:fit:844:225:1/g:ce/aHR0cHM6Ly90c2U0/Lm1tLmJpbmcubmV0/L3RoP2lkPU9JUC5C/SHRmQ3pjekx0ZnQ1/V0o5Z05peG53SGFF/SyZwaWQ9QXBp
    I started to wonder how that could happen. Perhaps it was just a weird coincidence. But I really don’t think so. The girl probably has dozens of servants who help her and it isn’t a particularly pretty dress anyway. Surely that dress was chosen deliberately. At least I think so.

    So, if it was worn on purpose, then why?
    Could it be that the dress was chosen to be worn while introducing the new “royal infink in order to purposely spawn a bunch of wild, distracting, speculative theories among the masses?

    Take the example of the freak wood shop teacher in Canada and the even more freakish administrators who are condoning and excusing him.
    Or the recent fad of taking your kids to drag shows. (A few years ago it was just drag queen story hour).
    Not to mention the circus that politics has become. Presidential dementia, inarticulate candidates, ridiculous mandates that fly in the face of their own facts.
    Plus casual threats of nuclear weapons use in fabricated conflicts that are being promoted, prolonged and funded by people who for the most part have no idea what its about.

    Its a crazy world we’re living in… but is it really? Perhaps “they” just want to drive us crazy and keep us distracted while “they” meticulously go about their depopulation and culling agenda.

    Is it possible that much of the crazy stuff that people latch on to and run with to prove their “conspiracy theories” are intentionally put out there to distract the masses? Or maybe just to screw with the minds of the masses? To keep us occupied and fighting amongst ourselves?

    Or perhaps Kate’s baby really is the devil incarnate! 👹
    Be afraid! Be very afraid!

    Or maybe we should just ignore the bullcrap that is being pumped out daily and concentrate on making them and their systems obsolete.
    Thats the route I’m choosing.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I think we’d have to get into the mind of a psychopath to find out what makes them tick and if everything I’ve learned about psychopaths is true some of them like mental torture too. It provides a little bit of an extra thrill and also if it deflects energy it’s a win win.

      That’s why your comment “Or maybe we should just ignore the bullcrap that is being pumped out daily and concentrate on making them and their systems obsolete” makes a lot of sense.

      Ignore the bullcrap because it’s not that interesting and rather try to focus on things that are the best use of our time and have the most effect.

  90. Gavinm says:

    I have been observing an inordinate amount of trees and shrubs that are supposed to bloom in the spring blooming in our area (southern Ontario) in the last week. Apple trees, Viburnum shrubs, Magnolia, Pear Trees and others. I know that drought and other stress events can induce unusual sporadic blooms, but I have never seen it like this.

    I wonder if the increasingly prolific Stratospheric Aerosol Injection ( aka “Solar Radiation Management”) programs which are being implemented in the skies above us are somehow related to this phenomenon via a mechanism related to photoperiodism and/or photomorphogenesis (light-mediated development, where plant growth patterns respond to the light spectrum). I have recorded record low energy intake on our solar panels this year after heavy spraying occurs in our area (40-60% less intake and on days where the forecast is sunny blue skies and then the planes lay down a heavy grid pattern). For more information on the stratospheric aerosol injection programs I am referring to see: https://www.beeheroic.com/geoengineering-and-environment

    What do you think my friends, could this artificial ‘dimming’ of the sun be confusing the plants internal cycles?

    I know that some plants and trees blooms are triggered by temperature more than light but I am not seeing any highly unusual temperatures here so I am trying to think outside the box to figure this out.

    Have any of you seen unusual blooming like this in your area? And if it is not being induced via the artificially manipulated (erratically fluctuating) sunlight intensity we are getting recently (thanks to the geoengineering programs), what do you think the cause could be?

    • Duck says:

      In Texas it was dry and the oaks were starting to loose leaves….after the rain they had a second blooming or greening so to speak and plants perked up. Thought it was gonna be an early fall.

      In our case it was down to lack of water and high temperature stresses being removed.

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