The Things You CANNOT Say About Coronavirus

03/30/2020356 Comments

Pssst. You.

Yeah, you.

Are you interested in talking about . . . things? You know, the kind of things that we're not allowed to talk about anymore? You know, since the . . . uhhh . . . "The Event"?

You are? Great. I mean, you might have noticed things are getting a bit hairy out there. As in, you're likely to get your head bitten off for daring to suggest that things may not be totally OK with the "new normal."

It seems all these new social norms and cultural taboos that have arisen in the past few weeks have also created a raft of new thoughtcrimes: things that must not be spoken for fear of being expelled from polite society . . . or worse.

That's why it's so vitally important for us to speak out about our concerns before these socially policed thoughtcrimes become literal crimes. As I'm sure you know, if these new social norms are not confronted, voicing dissent will soon become impossible.

So, allow me to voice some thoughtcrimes of my own. But be forewarned: I assure you that you will find at least some of my ideas to be offensive. You will disagree with them strongly. You will become irate.

The real question is: What are you going to do to those voicing opinions you disagree with? Engage in dialogue with them? Or demand that agents of the state scrub their speech from the internet and lock them in a cage for their thoughtcrime?

Well, either way, I've already committed thoughtcrime numerous times in recent weeks, so I might as well share them with you. Are you ready? Let's go.

If we don't speak out against the "new normal" now, we might forever lose our ability to commit thoughtcrime. This week in The Corbett Report Subscriber newsletter, James says the things you're not allowed to say about the Brave New Viral World.

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  1. seth.w.h says:

    My Thoughtcrime:

    What is Liberty worth? Worth fighting for? Worth dying for?

    We inherited our Liberty from the men and women that came before us. And it seems that as a child that inherits his fathers fortune, we are just as negligent.

    Do you think our forefathers didn’t know death? Were they not familiar with disease? Scarlet Fever, Smallpox, Tuberculosis, Typhoid Fever, Typhus Fever, Polio, Cancer, Pertussis, Meningitis, Pneumonia, Botulism, Cholera, Diphtheria, Hepatitis, Influenza, Leprosy, Lyme disease, Measles, Mumps, Scabies, Yellow Fever.

    Death was a constant companion. But life. Life was an altogether different subject. If they were going to live and live well, It had to be a life with Liberty. In times of War, Sickness and Death, Liberty remained untouched. Liberty was for those that were living. Liberty was the last thing that would be sacrificed in the name of comfort and safety.

    Sadly it seems, over the span of my life I have seen Liberty given away like a spoiled child spends his inheritance, with blatant disregard of it’s worth.

    We will change; Only when Liberty is gone and we find the payment has to be made in blood.

    Land of the sheltered in place,
    Home of the scared.

    • Noahsark723 says:

      Right on Seth! Speak the Truth!

      It is a damn shame that people have given their minds away to the modern superstition of authority and have abdicated their responsibility to themselves and their fellow “man.”

    • Stronghorse says:


      Well said Seth. Fear not, the time is fast approaching when our generations will be tested. The contestants are forming their lines as I type. One side openly, proclaiming their superiority and flaunting their perceived power. The other, largely in secret, gathering their strengths and compatriots without fanfare.
      The patriots understand that they cannot be seen as the aggressors, they must wait. As students of history, they understand the wisdom of this, and though maddening, the wait is necessary. History tells us that the braggart is prone to mistakes of boldness, believing himself superior while failing to adequately assess his foe.
      It is most often foolish to mistake quiet with fear. Let the other side do the assuming. Let them pontificate and bluster while we remain quiet and gather our strength.
      The time will come, it is inevitable. Fools rush in when they are unprepared. Timing is of the utmost importance. You might want to use your favorite search engine to find an article written a few years ago by an author who is a former Navy Seal, and a strong Patriot. The title is; “What I saw at the Coup”. by Matt Bracken
      I would post a link, but the article is on many websites and should be easy to find.
      Be patient brother, I believe the wait will be over sooner than most think. Be ready.

    • Recynd says:

      I’m with you, Seth. We didn’t fight for liberty when we actually stood a chance of winning. Why would I expect anyone to fight when we’re sure to lose? Because we WILL lose: TPTB are not only very well organized, they control nearly every mode of communication, banking, medicine, military, and entertainment. And they’ve been planning for decades and decades and decades.

      I’m old; I haven’t given up, but I limit my work to my personal sphere. Ron Paul’s campaign and then the TEA Party movement proved how late to the (rigged) game we are and how ill-equipped we are to play the game in earnest. Politics isn’t the way out.

    • harold says:

      Bravo my friend!

  2. Noahsark723 says:

    Thank you James, this article needs to be read by every literate individual on planet earth!

    Looks like alot people aren’t much better than lemmings – utter madness!

    Great common sense insights on death.

    I think people see death wrongly and fear it because they are so out of touch with their spirits and/or souls being entrapped in materialism and stuck in such psychological impoverishment no matter how much money they have in their coffers.

    Death is the opposite of birth, not life – life is eternal. Einstein stated that energy can not be created nor destroyed; and such is life…

    Keep up the great work!!!

  3. troymc says:

    Last year, after a long battle with dementia, my father was relegated to the nursing home, a confinement against which he protested and he sought his freedom. After 1 day, he ended up strapped to a chair, drugged and drooling.

    5 days later he took pneumonia. 2 days later he passed away. A gut-wrenching tragedy, at the same time, it was a blessing of immeasurable proportions. He was spared possibly years of being tied to a chair, confused, lost and alone in his mind.

    Yet, were this to have happened now, and his death attributed to the covid, as James noted above, it would be a news story about how his life was cut short by this terrible illness, not how the respiratory illness spared him and us from an endless saga of indignity and sorrow.

    While speaking of my family, to quote what my mom said last week: ‘they can’t even give us the weather report without trying to make us afraid.’

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Troy’s Mom said last week:
      “They can’t even give us the weather report without trying to make us afraid.”

    • ben.r says:

      Condolences on the loss of your father.
      To prevent or even possibly reverse mental illness of all sorts, a Canadian doctor, Abram Hoffer, did much fruitful research using high doses of vitamin B-3 (niacin). I refer you to his research. Recently, another doctor, Dale Bredesen, has published his protocol for reversing mild cognitive dysfunction sometimes called Alzheimer’s. I urge you to do your own research and to verift the research by both of these doctors. It will not bring your father back, but it may open your eyes to the possibility that you were lied to by white coats with a monopoly on the science of mental health and decline.

      • Libertydan says:

        Your remedies may not help Troymc with her father, but they may help others. Alzheimer’s appears to be a man made disease in that we didn’t see it until recently, and now we are seeing it in younger and younger people. Years ago I read that they had found Aluminum in the Brian of all people who had died of Alzheimer’s. They noted that Aluminum has no proper function in the human body, and that they had no idea how it got there. Perhaps, it has something to do with Geo-engineering and the Aluminum they are using as cloud cover to shield out the Sun.
        The issue, as I see it, is not Climate warming, or Cooling, but how are they going to keep the Climate from changing. Indeed, the bastards are playing God with their secret projects while subjecting us to a fate worse than death.
        I think, therefore, I am! At least for now, eh!

        • DebbieP says:

          Aluminum has been – and still is – widely used as an adjuvant in vaccines. And the current insane vaccine schedule ensures myriad neurological problems for many of the recipients.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:


          When ya scroll halfway down this WEBPAGE of “DALLAS FOR SAFER WATER. COM / NEWS” , there is a lot of information about Aluminum.

          On the VAXXED webpage of the same website, the Kennedy lecture gives insight as to how the aluminum adjuvant acts as a body mechanism. …and thus allergies may result, etc.

          At the bottom of the “NEWS” webpage is an assortment of information from Doctors, Dentists, Vets, and more about
          Ozone Blood Therapy and Ultraviolet Light Blood Therapy

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            In relation to the Coronavirus
            We know that vaccines with aluminum can promote a cytokine storm.
            It is worth watching Chris’ video and reading Celeste McGovern’s article about vaccines and a cytokine storm.

            ScienceDaily says this:
            “A cytokine storm is an overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines), which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated immune cells into the lungs.”

            I define it as the immune system gets out of whack, and sometimes attacks the body itself.
            I think that any number of things might provoke a cytokine storm.

  4. zyxzevn says:

    “12 Experts Question the Panic + 10 More Experts”

    How.. I just posted those links..

    Anyway, you missed that the point that google (and democrats) even
    censor the publication on the Malaria medicine success.

    I think both the democrats and republicans will be pissed if
    this turns out to be the hoax that it appears it is.

    • zyxzevn says:

      Air pollution kills

      Asking my Italian friends about the deaths:
      A city Bergamo was hit hardest and had an incredible number of odd deaths.
      But they have the strongest air pollution.
      Milano is also very polluted.

      These are the perfect breeding grounds for pneumonia.

      So instead of a virus we need to combat extreme air-pollution.

      • ben.r says:

        Not only air pollution but also 5G (millimeter wave frequencies) can cause respiratory and other illness. If you doubt this, then look it up.
        Is it possible that the Wuhan respiratory illness was caused by the severely polluted air in Wuhan combined with the recent 5G rollout in Wuhan?
        Where else has 5G been rolled out recently? South Korea and Italy.

      • Libertydan says:

        Indeed, Add the Flu to any respiratory illness and you may not survive it. Perhaps shutting down the world economy was necessary to save us from extreme pollution and the unsustainable depletion of resources (mostly by the very rich).
        OK, so how do we feed everybody before the bullets start flying?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      zyxzevn says:
      “12 Experts Question the Panic + 10 More Experts”
      Here is your comment with the links…

      Above your linked comment and also at other Corbett Report comments and like you point out, many have noted:
      Extreme Nitrogen Dioxide NO2 pollution in North Italy just before and during the beginning of the North Italy crisis.

      The HEALTH MECHANICS are clear…
      “Nitrogen dioxide is sparingly soluble in water and on inhalation, it diffuses into the lung and slowly hydrolyzes to nitrous and nitric acid
      which causes pulmonary edema
      and pneumonitis
      leading to the inflammation of the bronchioles and pulmonary alveolus resulting from lipid peroxidation and oxidative stress.”

      In short,
      a person is prone to lung problems like pneumonia.
      And with the Coronavirus, the lung problems are the big killer.

    • zyxzevn says:

      It gets more “interesting”

      National Guard Goes To Homes Hunting Down “Refugees” From NYC, Cuomo Calls It “Declaration of War” (Tim Pool)

      Personally, I think that this could lead to some shootings.

      Stephan Molyneux gives a clear summary of government priorities.

      • zyxzevn says:

        A society is only 2 meals away from a revolution

        Social Order Is BREAKING Down in Italy, Police Being Deployed To Grocery Stores As Looting Erupts

        All this for a hoax.
        I wonder how the US will do in a few weeks.

      • Libertydan says:

        Did you see where Trump Called up one million military Reserve Troops?
        And I thought the National Guard was something to worry about. What, me worry?
        “It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine”! (guess that tune?)

        • Shar says:

          I know REM when I hear it! The name of it is (amazingly) “It’s the end of the world as we know it (and I feel fine.)” About 1987.

          Thanks James for a lot of food for thought. Being 67 and having a bad leg, I feel like there’s not a lot I can do. But, I’m thinking about it!

  5. russophile says:

    I believe that we live in a world where many/most believe the ends justify the means. And and health and safety is the justification for the tyranny we are seeing. Therefore, it doesn’t matter how we achieve that goal, even if it means violating rights, because it will save lives.

    But, many people would assert that the ends do NOT justify the means, so it’s important to encourage people to mentally deal with this contradiction. Just because people could/will die of a disease, does not justify giving your government absolute power, even if the numbers are high. But, fear causes people to desire action that can save them.

    In the beginning of all of this, I did feel afraid. But, I never came to conclusions that the government needed to take tyrannical action (or any action for that matter). I find that reading news for and the Corbett Report really help calm down. As a matter of fact, my feelings of fear have become concern about what my government is doing in violating my rights and freedom. And in turn, what kind of world this will create for my children.

    In regard to how scary Covid-19 is, I know several people who already have had it and gotten over it. For example, one individual had light systems, another had flu symptoms for 3 days and felt better quickly after that. His wife was also sick, but not tested to confirm. I am also certain that there are many, many people with light symptoms who don’t want to be tested because they don’t want to be locked up. I am noticing a lot of sick people around me, which makes me wonder how many of those people are getting Covid-19 and recovering. But, my 83 year old grandfather has it and he has double pneumonia right now but is at home with good oxygen levels being monitors 24-7 by family. This is a true concern for me and my family.

    I say all of the above to say that if you just read all the sensationalist news stories, and ignore the world around you, you will believe lies. Yes, there are people panic buying, but the news paints this picture that we are living in a world that reminds me of the movie “The Happening.”

  6. generalbottlewasher says:

    Hoax, maybe. As reported be Lee Enterprises News.
    Tulsa and Oklahoma City , at 11:59pm Saturday Mar28th8th, has become the 44th and 45th cities to order Shelter in place.
    Question? Who wants to bet 43 other cities are large recipients of Rockefeller Foundation Grants for sustainable governance as are Tulsa and Oklahoma City?
    Tulsa Mayor Bynum says “this is not a request, this is an Order. The Tulsa Police Department Officers have descrestion to issue citations, and if absolutely necessary, take people to jail for violation of this order”
    Question? Will a ‘ descrestioned’ citizenry have the right to confront their accusers in a court of peers?
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was in Tulsa on Saturday scouting for locations for additional Care sites.
    Conclusion ; there is your answer to any question that might arise.

  7. Foxlady says:

    The taste

    Of rain

    — Why kneel?

    (Haiku by Jack Kerouac)

  8. justine.k says:

    I share the same thoughtcrimes as in the article, so no disagreement.

    Another thoughtcrime is “This is a collective delusion”. Yesterday, out walking the dog, I saw many couples and families taking a stroll in the neighbourhood, yet I could sense their minds infected with “social distancing” paranoia by crossing the street to the other sidewalk, walking in the street to pass-by, tucking face in jacket while walking by. Parents perhaps more nervously overseeing their children.

    I find it fascinating to see the literal psy op, spellbound by words, especially government pronouncements, abetted by medical professionals support. The source of the delusional thinking is the belief the government, doctors, and public health officials would not lie about this situation and are carefully taking the necessary measures. The fact that I thinking differently is a thoughtcrime.

    I hear more Government is good rhetoric – alas!

  9. Well, that was essentially flawless. Damn.
    If only everyone were required to read this.
    I’ll certainly do my best to try to get people to read it (those willing to read something with more than two sentences that is).

  10. richardadler says:

    Thank you James for another very well written newsletter. I would love to post on Twitter but viewers who are not subscribers would not be able to access. Any way to make it a public post? It’s very important to get this message out there!

  11. Not Another Not-Bot! says:

    To paraphrase a book title, the Rhine flows into the Potomac. Which is to say, the Stasi flows over the western lands.

  12. MaryD says:

    How right you are James. The County where I live launched a new COVID-19 Rumor Hotline, the County Executive announced Thursday:

    Residents can call with rumors, gossip or questions.

    The lines are open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

    Law enforcement will also be making sure people are aware of the stay-at-home order and social distancing practices.

    I think they are uncomfortable about the truth getting out about all the 5G installations that are occurring while the masses are confined to their homes.

    USA the Land of the Free????

    • USA land of ‘vaccine’ worshipers.

      Honestly, when it’s so easy to program kids, I have to wonder if there’s any hope.
      I have to wonder if human history will always repeat itself, even if we were to somehow defeat the current baddies.
      We literally have kids that were born around the time of 9/11 working against us right now. They already grew up, they already have their programming and they will be the ones bringing us the forced injections with witch burner fervor.

      • dubrey says:

        One good thing! The younger kids get some time off from their indoctrination.

      • scpat says:

        Maybe this event will be a stimulus for the post-9/11 generations to awaken just as 9/11 was for the people of the older generations. This is my silver lining of hope.

    • dubrey says:

      Yes maryD,….” and ..The…. Home…Of The….. Slaaave’,,,,yaaa!
      USA…USA …USA!

  13. n4x5 says:

    “People imagine that when the boots-on-the-ground tyranny arrives, it will be enforced by the police or the military. […] How about all the new ‘snitch lines’ that are opening up in city after city and state after state all around the globe to help good citizens tattle on neighbors who aren’t practicing proper social distancing?” Snitch lines inform the authorities who can dispatch the police and military, who can and sometimes do arrest dissenters. Police and military are currently controlling routes into and out of some areas. It isn’t helpful to pretend that martial force (whether in kinetic form or merely the threat thereof) and social pressure are somehow mutually exclusive. They typically complement one another, and sometimes one achieves its ends alone without the other. The fact that martial power isn’t the only power doesn’t make it inconsequential. This isn’t to say that violent resistance is necessarily an effective solution, but we should strive for accuracy in describing the nature of the threats involved.

    • n4x5 says:

      Another fairly minor quibble in what I think is overall quite a good essay.

      “The report tells us that the median age of those who have been pronounced dead with (not of) Covid-19 is 78. To put that number in perspective, the average life expectancy in Italy is 82.8.

      That means those who are dying with (not of) the disease are within years of reaching the average life expectancy (and, let’s not forget, they are also suffering in the vast majority of cases from at least two other diseases).”

      Not necessarily. The average life expectancy is a mean value (this is the usual meaning of “average”) rather than a median value, and we should use caution when comparing the two. For example, the mean is typically more sensitive to the removal of outliers. The median is simply the middle value(s) in a data set (arrange the values in order and find the middle one (odd number of values) or ones (even)), so the median alone does not tell us that all or most people who die with the disease are necessarily within (a few) years of the mean (the overall life expectancy mean, not the sample mean of Coronavirus deaths). Consulting the report (Figure 2), we do see that the bulk of the deaths are clustered relatively close to the life expectancy mean, but this is not evident from the median alone.

      “‘But what about the young people who die of the disease?’ you ask. Fair enough. Again, according to the official reports (which, let me remind you, should not be trusted), there are people under the age of 78 who are dying from the disease as well, albeit in much smaller numbers.” Just to be clear, we should expect a significant amount of data — roughly half, in fact — to be under the median, since the median is simply the middle of the data set. The question is not whether they are younger, of course, but how much younger, and again from Figure 2, most of them are close to the median (and life expectancy mean).

      These points have to do with the mathematics of statistics, not whether those statistics represent reality, which is a separate issue which the article rightly calls into question.

      Maybe I’m being overly exacting here, but I don’t think it hurts to point out these things for the sake of clarity.

  14. dubrey says:

    I’m seriously thinking of a motorcycle trip through the old USA west. Hey! Can’t get more socially distant than that.The gas stations are open and watching the stars, camped out in the desert, is quite amazing. Hmmmmm.
    Can you imagine a cop coming out of nowhere and writing me a ticket, when I am exercising my constitutional rights?
    I surely can. Your papers please!

  15. HopefulOne says:

    Beautifully said, James.

    Some questions: clearly the strings of propaganda are being pulled effectively from somewhere. How can we discover exactly from whence this is coming and expose it?

    I broached this subject with two family members, and one quote was, “It’s going to get much worse than this” (meaning those afflicted with the virus). “How do you know”, I asked. “It’s obvious”, she said. “Just look around… it’s much worse in other places and that will be here soon”.

    She’s a very intelligent person, who is not prone to fear or panic, but has been so relentlessly inundated with the message through media and peers, that she has been blinded to a reality in front of her.

    She, along with others, are so focused on the social message that they don’t realize that here in the US, we have, at this time, lost many freedoms ensured by the constitution, including:

    Freedom of Assembly
    Freedom of Speech
    The Right to Equal Justice (grand jury, speedy jury trial, evidence presented publicly in court, etc)
    Freedom to Live/Travel Anywhere
    Freedom of Religion has been impacted to some degree as well.

    One source calls these “priceless rights”.

    I would love to hear some solutions that CR members have to move the needle of revelation- just like we have solution videos on many other topics.

    I resist the pervasive idea, anywhere, that we are powerless; to speak, to share, to overcome, to return to some sense of individual and collective sanity.

    This may be occurring worldwide, but we do have life and breath to do what we can.

    I appreciate you all, and look forward to hearing creative solutions.

    • justine.k says:


      “I would love to hear some solutions that CR members have to move the needle of revelation” –

      I can only speak to this currently pandemic situation because like other CRs I tried to talk to family and friends, share Corbett documentaries, but no one could care, not even about vaccines (and I’m a physician) and only influenced 1 person, my Dad:

      1) Yesterday I told folks “Good news”: they now confirm they have a cure for COVID, chloroquinine (Plaquenil), and the reason everyone on media is saying that it is not a cure is because there is soooo much money to be made from a vaccine as opposed to an old, off-patent drug. Actually, that seemed to go down OK.

      2) I tell my patients that they can control their reaction and perspective of all this, they need to minimize negativity and fear because it will stress their bodies so best to choose, as it is in their power, to maintain positivity. We all can control OUR own reactions. Several were receptive to this message.

      3) I also shared the info on the 12 scientists that don’t think this pandemic is such a big deal, and the UK epidemiologist has revised his assumption which form the basis of the US and WHO models. So, maintaining the normie assumption that the stats and estimate are valid, I explain that we now know much more about the mortality of this virus which is much lower than presumed. I got my sister’s agreeing that this is helpful.

      This is all very modest interventions but I’ve had some positive response (while normally nothing!).

      I dare not be more hopeful that folks will awaken beyond but I’m open to the possibility.

      Take care!!

    • Noahsark723 says:


      You know the saying – “you can lead a horse to water but you can’t make them drink.”

      Plenty of people suffer under what can be called the superstition of authority. Lark Rose wrote a book called “The Most Dangerous Superstition” about this modern superstition.

      Alot of people suffer from mental laziness and then there is the inability to stand corrected when one is wrong; and further more the lack of curiosity when one is making the claim in regards to any point regarding this grand conspiracy.

      It is easier to defer to experts and to some one else out there “that is taking care of it.”

      Solutions start with knowledge of this situation and then in decentralizing everything down to the sovereign individual in short.

      You may find something of worth in regards to talking to others in this interview here:

      take care and till next time…

    • mik says:


      you are talking about rights.
      Rights sounds good, but they are slippery slope.

      The Problem With Human Rights
      Try not to judge on who is quoted, but what is the essence of quotes.

      Even merely being a black sheep is extending the Space-of-Possible.

      And the most important: They cannot win unless we give up.

    • wylie1 says:

      Divide and conquer is their game.
      We have to do the opposite.
      Organize into Citizens for Safe Communities groups (to make them think it is just some concerned citizens trying to help) and coalition with many other similar groups. If you can start with some existing group or subset thereof, all the easier. Numbers equal clout. Politicians listen when you have large numbers. Even better to have large enough numbers to recall them should they not listen. Always find others to share the workload, that is a must.

      You cannot expect others to do this for you. Cannot depend on others for your freedom. I recall when a bunch of people that didn’t know each other “in the same boat” were gathered. Nothing was happening, nothing was going to happen, until I stood up and volunteered, then two others decided they could. Interestingly, all those who were retired and had the time, never volunteered to get things organized and going. Now a days a person could use mailers or flyers and a website.

      With large numbers it is a pittance per person if/when you need to sue the govt for fraud, rights violations, due process, etc. That is how one stops a govt agency that is railroading ahead. That is about the only thing they will heed. Note that is how the Globalists have been hindering Trump since day one.

      I’ve made several posts on CorbettReport within the past month regarding this, fairly detailed.

  16. cstrouss1 says:

    You’re on fire today, James. Keep up the great work!

    • Fawlty Towers says:

      “You’re on fire today, James. Keep up the great work!”

      He certainly is. James at his finest!

      Like minds think alike James. 🙂
      I was thinking of this very subject just last night.
      Your article is spot on!

      We are being conditioned to view our neighbors as enemies.
      As potential virulent terrorists.

  17. scpat says:

    From link posted in James’ article:
    “I believe that in the Midwest, we’re pretty good rule followers,” said Minnesota resident Ellen Butler.

    Lol wow…just wow…
    This sums up the mindset of Stockholm’s Syndrome. This stands out to me as a reminder that history ALWAYS repeats itself. “How could German citizens have followed the orders of the Nazi’s?”, I imagine someone saying. “We would never do that today. We would stand up for freedom and liberty.”

    • dubrey says:

      Speak for yourself SCPAT, the story changes a bit, the further south one goes. Unfortunately, sanity is dissapearing there also. Oddly, If you study the truth about the 1930’s german people, they were under great oppression and the way out was quite different than what you have been told. This is quite obvious by your statement about Germany, that you were programmed told to believe, precisely what you do believe. That’s how it is done. There is enough information available to prove what I infer is true. Insted of finding that information, most will condemn that, as hate speech. let’s hang the bastard or give him five years in prison. Why? Because it is precisely the knee-jerk reaction that most people have been programmed to have…dont think so? Find out for yourself.

      • scpat says:

        Not sure I am following your comment completely. Would you mind enlightening me with a link or two, so I can understand your point of view better?

        • dubrey says:

          You’ll have to enlighten yourself scpat, here’s just one example, and it’s not my point of view, it’s the true history as opposed to the annual Hollywood rendition of the evil nazi’s, that gets rammed into people’s heads year after year. Have you ever wondered why most events in history fade over time? One has to study history books and old documents to come to the truth, simply because memory fades. Not with WWII and the evil Nazi’s. Someone has a vested interest in that story as shown by the unending rendition of how much worse those times were, than any others in history, including the Bolshevik revolution which killed far more people. Few movies are made of that tragedy. I wonder why?
          There are answers to that question, if one is so inclined, to find the truth.

        • wylie1 says:

          Scroll down and you can watch each segment. It will make you think.

          I don’t agree with Everything in this documentary but I’d say the majority of it seems legit.

          Some years ago, in youtube videos, I saw a young jew who extra ordinarily decided to investigate things for himself, went over to Auschwitz? and exposed the farce regarding much of the propaganda about what went on there, climbed on roofs, showed that it was a roof vent not the poisoning opening, tested wall samples, the delousing poison showed in the delousing shed, etc. Saw a youtube of some old jews who said they were well treated in the near in camps.

          It was hard to get meds and food to the distant camps when the Allieds bombed out their railroads. Typhus took over along with starvation. Corpses piled up near the crematorium and elsewhere. The starving jews were left to deal with it all due to the disease. Looked like evil to the usa troops who arrived. If you are losing the war is your paramount concern the prisoners? Not that I would want to be one, just saying, a lot of revisionist history and propaganda has been employed by those vested in that.

          Were the Nazis angels, not at all. In comparison to Stalin, Mao, or Pol Pot? Well, I have my opinion.

          I do agree with [dubrey], everyone wants everything handed to them on a silver platter since it so much trouble to have to think of words to put into a couple of search engines. People think nothing of spending other peoples time to try and dig up stuff they have looked at years ago when they have other things to do.
          And like I have experienced, wasted my time in doing so, since they now didn’t have time to look at it. Meaning they don’t want to disturb their precious world view.

          Yeah sorry for venting on you, not about you necessarily but those wonderful people in the past… I’m not in the info biz.
          I should quit wasting my time on this posting place altogether. I’m sure some would welcome that.

          • dubrey says:

            Thanks for that Wyliel. If I motivated someone to even take a look at what i’m saying, it’s worth it. I also don’t mean to be contentious, but it is irritating when I come across the effects of the unending WWII propaganda especially here on the Corbett Report, where people claim to search for the truth. I understand and am fully aware of the politically correct nature of the average person, and like the title of this report eludes to. Things you are not allowed to say or even talk about.
            When all is said and done, to be a real truth seeker, one has to seek the whole truth, no matter how much it hurts. Your feelings, my feelings, anyones “feelings” has nothing to do with it.
            Even when it comes to simply brushing ones teeth habitually, truth seeking comes into play. How long have the masses been told that brushing and flossing and seeing your dentist twice a year, is proper dental care? When regulating what a person consumes has a far greater effect on dental health, rather than fighting the effects of ignorance and corporate propaganda. You’re not wasting your time Wyliel. I personally look at knowing the whole truth as an evolutionary process. Each one in his own time. It does get frustrating when one comes across a person who has intentionally erected his own brick wall and says “that as far as i’m going”. Or society, has erected it for him/her. Things or people you’re not allowed to criticize or question.

            • haros says:

              one has to seek the whole truth, no matter how much it hurts. Your feelings, my feelings, anyones “feelings” has nothing to do with it.

              I absolutely agree with you on this part.

              In fact I agree with you in the rest of your comment too. I find specially important when you say that seeking the truth is an evolutionary proccess. What today we see as a “fact”, a year ago could be almost unimaginable to belive. I find this “evolution” amazing.

              Just to finish, something that has been said many times: when you know that institutions/governments spend tons (soon “gigabytes”) of money to convince someone about a set of ideas, then it is a good sign to start searching for the truth on this topic, because it is very likely that we have been lied. This is what happens with WWII, as you say, and with many other theories (most of the times just hypothesis… or even complete frauds) in science.

            • wylie1 says:

              Examples of what [dubrey] refers to about erecting walls:

              Jail for those in Germany who deny official BS regarding jewish deaths in WW2, when Hitler didn’t even have access to the quantity claimed.

              And Florida? or some state has some law banning saying anything negative said about Israel. Wow. Poof goes the 2nd Amendment.

              It would be nice to be loaded and challenge all the illegal laws. By the way, where are all the rich dudes challenging all the BS? Hiding so they won’t be targeted.

              Hats off to Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch for doing something!! Will Hillary ever be brought to jail? Comey? Brennan? etc.

              I no longer feel sorry for Trump. If you keep putting Deep Staters in office (Atty General) then you must be one or being controlled to a certain extent.

              • 9tH says:

                My grandparents lived through 4 years of occupation, twice. Corona lock-down is nothing compared to that. Their story is the greatest never told, just like the story of many many others in their position. It wasn’t truthfully told in the official nor in the alternative stories i have seen so far.
                They certainly couldn’t count on any financial support by any zionist bankers.

      • Chapati says:

        Hi dubrey
        Pardon my interference

        i think what scapt is refering to has been well presented by Ken Jebsen
        in his video “C. -Dictatorship? Seizure of power under the guise of public health?”

        (i just figured you might understand german)

        • dubrey says:

          I don’t understand German much at all. I do however understand B.S. when it is occasionally presented to me. It is interesting how Hitler is presented as the ultimate evil of all time and the German people of the time were just the ignorant masses, who would follow any carnival barker that came along. Of course people nowadays wouldn’t be so foolish, would they? Hitler=EVIL Germans=stupid and culpable
          There is much more to the story.

          Some of the comments posted about this book are interesting.

          • CQ says:

            dubrey, belated thanks for mentioning “Myth”; am sending the link to a friend who’s writing a book that will be focusing on WWI and WWII. Nope, not referring to Corbett, who we know has in the works both a doc on WWII and, separately, a book (on something or other?). Wonder when we’ll ever see either one, given the madhouse we’re in now.

          • Chapati says:

            04/01/2020 dubrey says:
            “..especially here on the Corbett Report, where people claim to search for the truth.”

            well well well, now you had your rant, time to face the fact that you obviously still havn`t grasped what the original comment is about. I strongly advise you and the people who have commented&agreed with you on this thread to go back and read the original post and open the Link to it.

            So please hold your horses and read links (as scapt provided) properly. And if you don`t understand german (as the link i provided), then at least have the decency to ask instead of jumping to any conclusions. I agree, to come across people who intentionally (or not) erected their own brick wall-conclusions regarding the true statement of posts/links which clearly weren`t comprehended by calling those “BS”, can be somewhat frustrating.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      scpat says:
      This stands out to me as a reminder that history ALWAYS repeats itself…
      “How could German citizens have followed the orders of the Nazi’s?”,
      I imagine someone saying.
      “We would never do that today.
      We would stand up for freedom and liberty.”

  18. fmazanda says:

    Thanks so much James for your, as usual, insightful musings.
    We are so afraid of death because we spend our entire lives building wealth for the life that never materializes before the sick care industry and all other parasitic industries take their turn to snuff it out before the end comes often painfully!

    • Andor says:

      We live in a world where people believe in something that’s invisible and told by another man to be something to fear. Snake oil salesmen still exist today except we call them journalists, politicians and doctors.

  19. Vivian Lee says:

    Exactly. Not only that, but the vaunted tests are unscientific, inaccurate, and – gee – what are they anyway, how many types are there, how do they work, what is in them, and do we trust those reading the “results” to report them factually (as if that is even a possibility)? The prevalent idea that “testing” will give us some actual information about “COVID-19” and help us stop “the pandemic” is beyond ridiculous. Thanks, James.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Vivian Lee says:
      The prevalent idea that “testing” will give us some actual information about “COVID-19” and help us stop “the pandemic” is beyond ridiculous.


  20. mkey says:

    There is a story, actually videos, about an event which supposedly transpired in Bergamo where a military convoy was hauling bodies somewhere else because the local crematory was “overrun”.

    There are a few possible events, one from 19/03 the other from 21/03. There was talk of 60 and/or 70 caskets being hauled. I haven’t really been able to find anything about this but videos followed by dramatic commentary.

  21. mkey says:

    James, your R0 URL is the same as the CFR one.

  22. wutzer says:

    Outstanding article, James!

  23. healthlaws says:

    Here’s a thought. If germs and viruses really caused disease who would be the sickest people. Only one answer – The doctors and nurses. Nobody would dare want to be part of those professions.

    “It s NOT the germs – its the topography” Louis Pasteur.


    • ben.r says:

      It is the “terrain”, and the author of the terrain theory, Professor Antoine Béchamp, was opposed or at least sceptical of the “germ theory”, which has been written in stone sky-high over antibiotics, vaccination, nosocomial infections, and iatrogenesis.
      – a well-informed layman

  24. ben.r says:

    Here is a thoughtcrime:
    What are you going to do, if you receive a letter, an email, or a knock on the door demanding that you be tested? What if they demand that you be vaccinated? Of course, it will all be “for the greater good” and “to protect the public”, so you are not being offered a choice about this. What will you do? Me, I’m not sure.

    • Andor says:

      All I know is I won’t comply. How that actually expresses itself in real life I hope never to find out.

  25. Daniel B· says:

    Hopefully you guys will find my new video most pertinent (also see my pinned comment):

    Deep-state JUMPS THE SHARK, locking down almost Covid-free India; my analysis of Flu vs Covid deaths

    • Fawlty Towers says:

      Great video you put together there Daniel, especially that chart comparing the seasonal flu vs. COVID-19 deaths.

      They’re imposing all kinds of martial law upon citizens around the world.
      I say there should be martial law imposed upon journalists and websites worldwide.

      No journalist or website should ever be allowed to publish any COVID-19 death numbers unless they also publish the number of seasonal flu deaths, side-by-side.

      BTW, what were your sources for the worldwide flu deaths?
      I’d like to get that data all in one place if possible.

      • Daniel B· says:

        Hey, thanks. See the following (cited in video description) for the Flu data (archived, of course), who “pulled country-by-country data from WHO”:

        The deep-state has purposely made it practically impossible for small creators, on the likes of YouTube, to get the word out (a couple years ago they dissolved partnerships with such, and no longer promote associated videos, effectively killing the platform in the process as new creators don’t get a look-in…). I’m trying to publicize my video on Bitchute (as user Daniel_B), but posting comments on popular videos for some reason doesn’t generate many views. Also on YouTube, attempting to do the same, they currently aren’t allowing me to comment at all (not even just “See my new video”!), when previously my comments were heavily censored…

        • Fawlty Towers says:

          Thanks Daniel.
          I have looked at all the links you mentioned and haven’t been able to pull up the data you show in your chart.
          Could you perhaps provide a direct link, if one exists?

          • Daniel B· says:

            To produce my chart took a couple days of work, using my programming skills to pull the data from the three Web pages (as JavaScript arrays, keyed by country name), and then merging the data into one set, doing the required basic math to convert the Flu deaths per 100 K of population to actual number of people etc (it wasn’t anything like as clean as this…). I also found a helpful Wikipedia page for the country flags: So, there is no direct link.

            • Fawlty Towers says:

              Thanks for this info Daniel.

              I am not trying to reproduce all of the data you have in your chart. I’d like to produce a chart with perhaps a dozen countries’ data.

              Could you possibly give me the specific links to the three web pages you speak of?

              From there I could quickly pull up the relevant data.

              If I simply follow the links you have below your video I am left with no obvious way to find the data.

  26. BigAL PR says:

    For those who understand French,

    A good video, James Corbett’s style, that takes reliable quotes and information to reach the same conclusion that the numbers being quoted are false. AS an example, In Italy, 99.2% of the people who died were affected affected by either one, 2 or 3 prior conditions. only 0.8% of the death can be attributable to our little pest…

    • manbearpig says:

      Merci beaucoup BigAL PR,

      je l’ai déjà envoyé à deux personnes susceptibles d’écouter au moins les 10 premières secondes.

      pour moi c’est un exploit.

    • manbearpig says:

      Hey BigAL PR!

      Thought you might be interested in one of the responses I got from my entourage concerning the video you posted above. I’d be interested in your response to the response:

      “The problem with this video is that it doesn’t accurately identify its sources. I couldn’t find the first graphic on the official ISS website. I’m not saying that it was made up, but this graph does not allow us to draw any conclusions: we can deduce that patients with VIDOC-19 who had one or more other diseases would have died quickly anyway, or on the contrary that they would have continued to live a long time with their disease(s) (after all, there are a lot of people living in old age with diabetes or respiratory failure). Throwing a graph out of nowhere, without the scientific study that goes with it, is what I call pure and simple intellectual indigence.
      As I understand Italian only approximately, I went to take a look at the ISS site (nothing is translated into English on this site). From the general tone, the least that can be said is that the ISS does not say that COVID-19 is a benign, or imaginary disease. So what?

      A small question that can be asked: given that COVID-19 is a highly contagious virus (on this point, everyone seems to agree), assuming that 50% of the world’s population would eventually contract it, how many people would die?

      In short, this video doesn’t ask many questions and is aimed at the weak-minded. We have to wait until the end of the video to find out who made it: the ultraliberals who want us to keep the economic machine running, whatever the cost.

      P.-S. Incidentally, this video defends the strategy of “group immunity”. This is the strategy that Boris Johnson initially chose in G.B., with the results that we know. We need an explanation as to why Johnson ended up opting for three weeks of hard confinement.”

      • mkey says:

        I call it intellectualy stupid when somone ASSumes that someone who could have died from something in fact did die from something whole proof needs be provided that they could have died frkm something else, even though it’s just as likely. Really? REALLY??

        Covid-19 is not highly contagious, whatever one infers “high” means. Not according to WHP and UK gov, anyhow. This is like another seasonal flu, possibly with more severe consequences for those who are more prone to contract the disease, but we’ll know about that only after the insance panic starts to wane.

  27. manbearpig says:

    “…Still, while we can all unequivocally and universally agree 100% with the idea that anyone who physically approaches another human being in this Year of our Virus 2020 deserves to be charged with manslaughter for their heinous act, maybe, just mayyyyyybe—and I’m just spitballing, so forgive me if this seems brash—we’re heading into dangerous territory here…”

    I’d never noticed before that manslaughter = mans


    My thought crime is…

    I keep hoping there’s more than just method to their madness…

    • alexandre says:

      Didn’t think of that either. Mans…laughter. You know, there is (was…WAS) a comic group in Argentina called Les Luthiers and they once did a whole text with things like that, changing letters, splitting words etc, and the two texts made sense, it was really cool. BUT…in Spanish.

      • manbearpig says:

        ¡Muchas gracias, chico! Podré trabajar en mi español!

        • alexandre says:

          Bueno, mamita. Como se pone la exclamación al revés?

          • manbearpig says:

            No puedo decirte. lo siento mucho.

            asunto secreto de estado. de seguridad nacional.

            • generalbottlewasher says:

              Muchacha, Muchacho. Esta rapido labios que saba criminaldo grande. Como say desce habla lingua El mondo comprehendo. Que Voy. Prenez une chambre.


              • alexandre says:

                hahahahaha, what the fuck was that?? Oh, do it again!

              • manbearpig says:

                mans laughter

                of course.

                no se hace tarde, y no soy vieja.

                bonne nuit.

              • alexandre says:

                Ha ha, dale, che.
                You were the first one who mentioned the applause thing, you smart up-to-date wonderful person you. I’m gonna leave a comment on the new propagandawatch now. James is too polite.

            • alexandre says:

              MBP – Daje, vieja, que se hace tarde.

  28. mkey says:

    Here’s my thought crime. The test is bullshit. THE test is bullshit.

    CDC 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Real-Time RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel

    Results are for the identification of 2019-nCoV RNA. The 2019-nCoV RNA is generally detectable in upper and lower respiratory specimens during infection. Positive results are indicative of active infection with 2019-nCoV but do not rule out bacterial infection or co-infection with other viruses. The agent detected may not be the definite cause of disease. Laboratories within the United States and its territories are required to report all positive results to the appropriate public health authorities

  29. Andor says:

    Some seemingly intelligent people must be financially or otherwise tied to the mainstream narrative or else do absolutely no research on the matter. The dots that can be connected on this hoax are so clear only the blind could not see what is actually going on.

  30. Cheryl says:

    My thought crime… Are people actually enjoying this? The panic the drama. It feels like it to me.

    I posted a fairly positive (positive in that it wasn’t prophesing doom) article from a very mainstream (new scientist) source and people jumped down my throat that I didn’t understand just how bad things are.

    • Cheryl says:

      Also, very interesting take on the clapping thing. I’m extremely interested to hear this is happening on other countries. I jus thought it was some lame, bored persons idea here in the uk n found it patronising. My neighbours are fully invested though.

      • mik says:

        Not in my neighborhood in Croatia.

        Next time they might call for two minutes hate.

      • alexandre says:

        Just the same advertising mentality that possessed humanity to the bones. No lame, bored persons involved. This, as everything else in social psychosis, comes from some agency somewhere. The lame and bored just react, adopt and repeat. This is much, oh so much more scary and sinister than it looks on the surface.

    • emily1 says:

      Cheryl, I’ve been wondering the same thing! People DO seem to be enjoying this… I’ve gotten the same reaction from people any time I’ve posted or mentioned that things may not be so bad, or on the upswing. (yes, I do self-censor to a great extent with my normie friends… ) and the reaction is anger and resentment. It’s as if they are saying “How dare you interrupt this vastly entertaining movie we get to be part of? How dare you suggest we might be able to go back to the jobs we dislike so much?” There’s fear, but also giddiness. I personally can’t stand it.

  31. jamd says:

    Hi James,

    Great article that encapsulates a lot of my frustrations with this “pandemic”.

    Just wanted to share this about the propaganda of the health workers in the UK. Those of you audience from the UK will probably know what I’m referring to…

    For a long time (many years) there was some graffiti on a bridge over the M25 motorway, somewhat tongue in cheek, it read “give peas a chance”. Motorists became quite fond of it and it turned into a bit of a landmark. Recently some dickheads changed it to “millionaire media bullshit Boris”, which while that’s accurate, it actually annoyed a lot of the locals and motorists that had enjoyed the previous work. I’ve just been past it (don’t grass me up to Big Brother) and now it reads “Thank you NHS” (National Health Service) in large blue and white writing. So every time I go past it I will be reminded of the propaganda BS for Covid-19!

    Thanks for the sane voice in an insane world.

    Peas and love

  32. pearl says:

    “We 💗 our HEALTH CARE WORKERS!!”

    (Unless, of course, they dare come off duty wearing their scrubs in public, then they’re SELFISH CRIMINALS!!)

  33. weilunion says:

    Jeffrey Epstein did not kill himself.

  34. Octium says:

    You can speak your mind, but due to the mind control, nobody is listening!

    Just like in the movie They Live We will need to figure out how to blow up the transmitter first.

    Or we may get lucky with a Solar Flare.

  35. robert.t says:

    Not an opportunistic hoax or partial hoax. Complete hoax.

    An actual event can go feral. That’s why if there is a real shooting or mass event it often fades or is left unreported. No control, no interest. False flags happen and get coverage, of course, but the preference is for hoax.

    With wild events you can’t be sure Diane Sawyer will be sober for victim interviews or that the ‘experts’ and authorities won’t get their stories tangled.

    Melbourne’s Thunderstorm Asthma is an example of a real disease event which was freakish and suspicious as hell. A Nobel laureate had to be found in a hurry for a learned YouTube explanation; an absurd Wiki page was put up overnight to portray Thunderstorm Asthma as an existing syndrome with precedents. Then that strange and alarming event was allowed to fade away in a couple of days. The controllers’ way of saying ‘whoops’?

    I reckon this CV is another planned event, preceded by rehearsals and Hollywood conditioning and backed by drills with the media ‘flooding the zone’. We’ve seen it before, just not on this scale. It doesn’t matter if it gets a bit farcical (like Greta declaring herself infected without any test or diagnosis). The farce is all part of ‘flooding the zone’.

    The other advantage of a hoax: you can turn the volume down or even off within days. Can’t do that with a Black Death. Nah, a flu is perfect. Can be anything, can be nothing, just twiddle that dial.

    So how do you quietly crash the whole world’s economy after another decade of can-kicking, money-printing, market-priming and subprime everything? How do you change that rather large subject?

    I think we know now.

  36. judyanne says:

    THIS DESERVES SOME ATTENTION…..This account by Judy Mikovits and Kent Heckenlively is vitally important both to the health of our children and the vitality of our democracy. My father believed moral courage to be the rarest species of bravery. Rarer even than the physical courage of soldiers in battle or great intelligence. He thought it the one vital quality required to salvage the world. If we are to continue to enjoy democracy and protect our children from the forces that seek to commoditize humanity, then we need courageous scientists like Judy Mikovits who are willing to speak truth to power, even at terrible personal cost.ROBERT F. KENNEDY, JR.

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Judyanne. That is one powerful interviewee and interviewer.

      Thank you. The aerosolized propositions are most freighting for the sky watchers here in the midwest. As reported by ” The HARRP REPORT” some years back, Tinker Air Force Base here in Oklahoma, there is a level 4 bio lab next to the flight deck. Planes ( tankers) can be loaded on the tarmac with all sorts of nasty stuff. The capability is there. From this interview with Dr. Judy Mikovits sounds like the will to use it is there also.
      Thank you for posting this !

    • Chapati says:

      Dear Judyanne

      I am very greatful that you have shared this link!
      After listening to the interview i preorderd her book which will be coming out in a local bookstore upcoming month.
      As a kid i fell ill with a viral encephalitis. After listening to this interview Dr. Judy Mikovits seems to be a good source and whistelblower for digging into the question “what was the cause”.
      Have shared this link with a handfull of people which still refer to me as their friend. One of them beeing a good friend of mine suffering from CF syndrome  since 4+years.

      Btw german wiki-state approved info-pedia doesn’t seem to know of any person going by the name of (Dr. ) Judy Mikovits. On its article to “XMRV” it mentions a retracted study without naming the authors. In the “source” section the last of 40 is named (translated) “Explaination  for retracting the article (18th February 2012)” which leads you to that article and only there will you read her name.

  37. mik says:

    I hope I won’t commit a thought-crime on thought-criminals.

    First, what I will say goes also on me.

    Covid event is not insanity, it’s virtual reality. It’s advanced version of virtual reality that has been built for years. Most people accepted it, looks they are rallying behind it. Do you think they choose it?

    I think decisive role wasn’t free choice but conformity. Majority of people are followers, they will go with a flow, they won’t stick out, they won’t express dissent opinions.
    Conformity is human characteristic you can always count on and it is good for society because it reduces conflict, some kind of agreement is easier to achieve. Observing evolutionary, that is one of the reasons we are here.

    Mis-leaders are the problem, not people.

    Lets build something better and people will come!
    They are not stupid, they will know what is better when they will see
    what are their options in palpable reality.

    In the meantime….

    whoever dares, I mean it, some underground action, dissent should be visible, normies must see it, mf authorities also

  38. aleia says:

    As a Chiropractor and long time questioner of vaccines, I have been experiencing social ostracism for many years. I have literally lost “friends” because I have dared to question the wisdom of the country’s vaccine policies (i’m in the US.) The hero worship of medical professionals actually has a long history. It seems that the worse results they achieve, the more idolatry they experience. Medical treatment of cancer, for instance, is only 3% successful. Yet, that is the one area most folks refuse to question. The plandemic is more of the same, but on steroids. Merely pointing out how the numbers don’t add up, or questioning any aspect of current policy, is not tolerated by the “normies.” As in, they won’t even listen. Is it directly related to the evil genius of the marketing? What is it in this narrative that is so effective?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I appreciate you expressing this. Thanks!

    • alexandre says:

      Hi, aleia.
      I would say, if I may, the narrative is completely idiotic, but is effective because of the receiver of the narrative.
      You get a healthy normal human, start hypnotizing him slowly with beautiful sparkly magic things. Continue manipulating, very slowly through two or three generations. Gradually the offspring come more and more like asparaguses with the intelligence of a PC and the wisdom of a brick. Then they not only reject any normal conversation, but also start demanding everything you want them to demand, paying for all expenses and after getting beaten by the police for no reason, they go out on their balconies and applaud like idiots.
      A costly complicated operation that has been in full operation since the 40s. See Truth Stream Media’s “The Minds of Men” for more (a lot actually) details.

      Oh, was that thoughtcrime?

  39. Chapati says:

    „This time, we are being asked to glorify doctors and nurses because these are the same trusted experts whose authority cannot be questioned who are going to be giving you the vaccine“

    Beeing one of these „new soldiers“ due to my state-approved job, i recently commented about this on the last propagandawatch episode „how to practice proper social- distancing“

    sadly this is not a common view under my colleagues..they`d rather have their ego stroked than facing the truth

    thought crimes:

    this exaggerated fear desplayed in society might be actually the outburst of a sudden realisation of ones own mortality which has been repressed for a long time by excluding death from our culture

    the virus “2009 reloaded” is a distractive hoax…sadly a succesful one

    by arresting me the order-followers will have to break the new vogue social distance

    Applying as a volonteer for the medical staff might be an excuse to escape from #stayhome

    If it`s wearing a mask, gloves and keeping a far to big of a distance than „recommended“ then it is long beyonde sanity

    typing your pin into a creditcard mashine or paying by cash makes 0 difference

    washing your hands with soap all the time IS harmful

    using your ellbow to greet others while simultaniously using it as the place to sneez and caugh in seems somewhat not thought through properly

    Sentences like „actually it isn`t that bad“ bear a high potential risk of being a symptom for normalising the status quo than just pure positive thinking

  40. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Gold & Silver
    March 27, 2020 2:10 pm ET
    Wall Street Journal

    Coronavirus Sparks a Global Gold Rush
    Epic shortage spooks doomsday preppers and bankers alike; ‘Unaffordium and unobtanium’

    By Liz Hoffman, Amrith Ramkumar and Joe Wallace

    As the coronavirus pandemic takes hold, investors and bankers are encountering severe shortages of gold bars and coins. Dealers are sold out or closed for the duration.
    Credit Suisse Group AG, which has minted its own bars since 1856, told clients this week not to bother asking.
    In London, bankers are chartering private jets and trying to finagle military cargo planes to get their bullion to New York exchanges.

    It’s getting so bad that Wall Street bankers are asking Canada for help. The Royal Canadian Mint has been swamped with requests to ramp up production of gold bars that could be taken down to New York.

    The price of gold futures rose about 9% to roughly $1,620 a troy ounce this week and neared a seven-year high. Only on a handful of occasions since 2000 have gold prices risen more in a single week, including immediately after Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy in September 2008…

    … That gulf sparked a high-stakes game of chicken in the New York futures market this week. Sharp-eyed traders started snapping up physical delivery contracts, figuring banks would have trouble finding enough gold to make good and they would be able to squeeze them for cash. That set off a scramble by banks.

    Goldmoney’s Mr. Sebag said bankers were offering him $100 or more per ounce over the London price to get their hands on some of his New York gold. (Goldmoney Inc. has one of the world’s largest private stashes, worth about $2 billion.)

    What’s more, there is limited new supply. Mines in countries such as Peru and South Africa are shut down because of the coronavirus. Once-busy Swiss refineries that turn raw metal into gold bars closed earlier this week as the country’s coronavirus cases neared 10,000….

  41. raddysh says:

    Hey James

    Thanks for all your hard work. I play the Dsus2(also called Dadd9) chord at 7:00pm every night to honour you and to urge you on, as you spread this important information.

    While most people become irate at the profiteering sales of hoarded Costco toilet paper, few consider the cost of the crippling debt that our government is racking up with the International Banks. The banks’ goal is enslavement and the destruction of Canadian sovereignty. Those street-side vendors selling a couple of pathetic medical masks are chumps compared to the masters of greed and deceit offering what Justin Trudeau portrays as free money.

    Don’t they just create money out of nothin’? Why can’t Canadians do the same? The answer is we can, and we should.

  42. fer67 says:

    Having worked in Infection Control in hospitals, and for Big Oil and Big Pharma, I know the bs that goes on. Big Pharma execs bragged that they could make stats say whatever they wanted them to say. They count on most people passively accepting what they are told by authorities. One brilliant maneuver the PR operations of the .01% use is to use the social justice warrior virtue signallers to patrol everyone else for them. But more and more people are waking up, I think this PR effort is going to backfire. But it is weird that many in the so called alternative media are the biggest hypers of the panic. That was not what I expected.

    At any rate, thanks for some sanity James. Let’s keep working on those solutions. It would be grand if more people were working on alternative currencies now, because the next shock is going to be the final death rattle of the economy.

    • robert.t says:

      If something valuable has emerged for me out of all this, it’s the chance to note the relentless boosting of the statist message by “skeptic” and other alternative outlets.

      I was a regular at Jo Nova for years, having seen through Judith Curry as an IPCC corral for flattering and attracting climate doubters. Now I would have to say Jo Nova is the most extreme statist site on the net. The regulars there can’t crack down hard enough or soon enough. Media betrayal now consists in not alerting us soon enough to the terrors of CV. The present PM – only 95% globo like predecessor Abbott so he’ll have to go – is SloMo for not shutting down the continent at sneeze one from a Chicom. It’s like copping a hot dose of the mainstream in five minutes. And that was my regular hang-out.

      Was I being corraled over years just for the virus ‘moment’? Are the controllers that patient? Surely not. But who knows?

      Live and learn.

  43. WAYNED says:

    I recall worries about all the baby boomers retiring and how it would crash our economy. I recall that in the 70s there was Congressional Testimony that there would be a disease designed that would have no known cure, then there was AIDS.
    I think about global warming (I refuse to let them claim “climate change”) and how that laid the ground for all the shaming. Not to mention the democrat republican rigged same-party, one-rule and how they are hoodwinking us. The advent of reality television now seems well-timed, as people lose the power to discern truth from fiction.
    We are living in a reality show. Plain and simple. Their show, our reality.

    • manbearpig says:

      Yes, I share your views and the implications: even just that the question “the economy or the elderly?” has been formulated presents the elderly as an antagonism, a menace to a thriving young economy… do you think it’s to bring us to espouse the idea of euthanasia just for being old, you know, that when your body begins breaking down you cost society too much money? Corona virus to the rescue! cure overpopulation!

      I’ve also watched in horror as a campaign to blur the lines between reality and fiction was carried out. It sure does feel like some weird scripted reality show where everyone’s eager to play a role, wear costumes, use props, get on camera being one o’ the guys fighting the virus, like in all those marvel superhero movies…

      anyhow, just aimless ramblings at 3:30 in the morning…

      • manbearpig says:

        a student in the medical field actually said to me that it was perfectly normal that a virus was rampaging across the planet because that’s what happens when there overpopulation: it’s natures way of curing an overcrowded species: like lemmings who, we were supposed to believe, commit collective suicide by throwing themselves off cliffs.

        But that’s just at disneyworld.

        • alexandre says:

          A student in the medical field today, Antony Bloody Faucci tomorrow. You should have slapped him/her a bit. Just to cause a small “oh”. With the gentle phrase “why, you silly cunt”.

          Since I’m here I might as well leave my thoughtcrime.

          I wish I get the virus and die, because this has been simply too stupid. I don’t mind wars, volcanos, spaceships, nuclear mushrooms, murders, depressions and depressions, or even Mike Tyson. But people applauding? I don’t want to live anymore, it’s become too imbecilic and the prognostic is not good.

          • WAYNED says:

            Probably best that you don’t. It’s people who are not stupid they want to kill. Don’t do their work for them.

          • mik says:


            What a pessimism stroke you??? holy shit

            let me try to help with….can I call it “homeopathy”

            I realized today…

            Today’s social constructivists surpassed Pol Pot by many many orders of magnitude.

            Can we expect similar consequences with magnitudes included?

            • alexandre says:

              wayned and mik, what the hell, don’t worry, I can’t kill myself. I’m just wishing not to be here when this thing gets to the bottom -if there is a bottom, which apparently there isn’t. But I can’t “do” anything about it.

              Pessimism? Ha ha, I had that in 1997. Oh, good times. Now I don’t even know what to call it. People applauding on windows? This reality show ad promo catapulted me out of the planet, so I’m just observing now.

              Mik, very sorry, did I get your point? My English may not be enough. My feeling is that you multiplied my pessimism by a thousand (?)

              It’s not pessimism, I don’t believe in pessimism or positivism. You just look at the thing and acknowledge what it is. Realism? Empiricism? If it’s a flower, you go “aahh”; if it’s a piece of shit, you go “bleargh!”.

              And there’s the good old mystery to be considered – that which you don’t know about that suddenly changes everything. It’s been completely absent for the past 3 decades, true, but you never know. For now, just avocados, taking care of dogs and observing. But applause….was too much. My email alert tells me that Corbett’s last piece is about that. Let’s see what he says.

              • mik says:

                We were making some drama, didn’t we?

                Pessimism/optimism can be kind of new age trap and my answer is also, can we try with description: realism.

                I’ve not been clear, yes…

                I tried to double down on medicine student case. Let me try again.

                Covid emergency, climate emergency and “euthanasia” of zombie socio-economic system are in my opinion one and the same event. Event with several acts but still one event.
                Social engineers are trying to give impression they know what they are doing, they are rebuilding society (social constructivism), that beyond reasonable doubt had tones of problems, but nonetheless provided some functionality and some stability.

                Several decades ago Pol Pot in Cambodia also tried to build a new society, an attempt that ended tragically.

                Are we willing to draw some parallels here?
                Or is it too……blaaaack

        • WAYNED says:

          Funny, but I’ve been wondering a lot about that lemming lie lately…

      • WAYNED says:

        Completely agree. In my state, the governor has a message about his concerns and all that is being done. He is SMILING while he is being “heroic” in his own mind. Smiling, while talking about the tragedy and difficulty of the virus and that it may be difficult times ahead. Smile!

        I do think it dovetails with the Eugenics movement, which is of course, not part of the discussion.

        I think they see a world where money is not an issue, where everyone has everything they need and they have a garden of eden…. With about 1-2 million people worldwide.

        By any means necessary.

        Not aimless, I often read your comments and I LOVE your honest concern.

        • alexandre says:

          MBP is incapable of aimlessness.

        • manbearpig says:

          Just read your comment WAYNED… I’m blushing here in the early morning dark.

          • alexandre says:

            What about me??

            • manbearpig says:


            • WAYNED says:

              I have been such a busy person for 15 years. Hard to explain, but literally no time off from work for that time. I’m a travel agent, the top-selling on the planet. NOW…crickets, so I’m catching up and indeed your comments are wonderful. Formidable!

              MBP has quite a range of languages! I only used to do some French. I was good, but you don’t use it, it goes…

              Much better info in TCR comments than can be found elsewhere. Because of people who care. Like you.

              Hope you are feeling not so down. Times are hard, disorienting. For a while, it all felt normal to me, I never stop working so I am always self-isolated, but it’s sinking in with no business, no money coming in.

  44. Fawlty Towers says:

    This video is quite technical for the most part, but if you stick with Dr. Paul Cottrell (PhD) you will be amazed at how deep his knowledge is of the virus and what we can expect in the coming months.
    He has both an economic and medical/scientific background.

    Yes I was tempted after about 10 minutes to tune out, but please DON’T!

    The picture he paints is not pretty, but he is shooting straight from the hip.

    He is 100% sure it’s a bio-weapon and he has the knowledge to back it up.

    Highly recommended.

    • alexandre says:

      Well, ok then, if you say so…:-)
      Going there now, thanks.

    • WAYNED says:

      Just listened to this. I hate the “going viral” thing, and wonder when the thought police will correct that… but this should be MORE viral thank SARS-COV2.

      Thankyou so much for this wonderful link. Horrifying, though it may be.

  45. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Times Square Camera – New York City
    (Thanks to Corbett Member Simon)

  46. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Dr. Mercola’s website has a variety of timely articles and videos about the coronavirus COVID-19.

    March 29, 2020
    Nutrition and Natural Strategies Offer Hope Against COVID-19
    Dr. Mercola and Dr. Andrew Saul discuss the topic.
    (Enjoy Dr. Mercola rant)

    Of note is another Mercola article entitled:
    “America’s Corona Tsar, Anthony Fauci,
    Finally Admits COVID-19 Mortality Rate Similar to Flu at 0.1%”

  47. nexangelus says:

    My thought crimes are all the same James.

    My latest one was to do with the clap for the health care workers that happened sometime last week in the UK I think. I was insulted actually. I am a care worker (I assist two disabled people in their own home, I am not a nurse or a doctor or an emergency service worker), we have been in the midst of several pay battles and other workers’ rights battles where I work the last four/five years. Where is the practical help? Paying us what we are worth? Looking after us in the work place? Clapping does zero, nada, zilcho bucko, apart from some feel goods the clappers get/got from it, oh yeah let the zombies feel good for however many minutes they clapped for! Excellent!

    • mkey says:

      When you look at it from that perspective, this is really funny. And also incredibly selfserving of them, these clappers to broadcast their lack of intelligence in such a grotesque fashion… mind boggling. Thanks for pointing out this obvious fallacy that has gone largely unprocessed.

  48. sherry.b says:

    Thank you, James, as always, for being a voice of sanity.

    My thoughtcrime? I simply tell people I know (vast majority are normies) that I am not afraid. It stops them in their tracks, they reply, “You’re not????” I don’t argue or try to persuade them, I just repeat, no, I’m not worried and not afraid. I wonder if it will act like a tiny chink in their brainwashing by the media? Will it cause them to have a doubt? Honestly, I don’t know what else to do. This is all surreal.

    I have a college-age daughter and tonight she shared with me that many of the popular youtubers she follows had Fauci on today for interviews, fear mongering and doubling down on this hoax. Really, Fauci has time to do interviews with youtubers?

    • manbearpig says:

      Kudos Sherry.b!

      What I say is somewhat similar which is: “I’m not afraid of this corona thing”

      and if pressed will add “I’m afraid of people’s reactions to the media hype and how this crisis will be exploited to advance the surveillance state”.

      But in reality, your tactic is better. People need to receive good vibes and serenity if they’re to be open to a different view point.

      Conversely, in my experience, a lot of the people I talk to SAY they are afraid but SEEM quite happy and content with the situation.

      anyhoo, gotta run (into the next room) to do my first English class in a couple weeks!

      Stay well!

      • WAYNED says:

        That’s the best route. I have alienated people unintentionally… I was forwarded a cartoon blasting Trump as the biggest problem in this man-made crisis, so I responded thusly, obviously taking bits and pieces from recent stories:

        Yes, I completely agree. FUCK the Democrats and Republicans.
        They are one and the same, each playing off the other.

        Please wake up.
        The shrinking of the public health sector is a capitalist crime, abetted by the two corporate parties.
        “There is now no possibility of avoiding many tens of thousands of deaths due to a shortage of equipment, beds and health care personnel.”
        Tens of thousands of people, disproportionately Black and brown, are marked for death by coronavirus in the coming weeks and months because the United States political system allows only corporate parties to govern.
        Barack Obama and his Democrat-controlled Congress saved the oligarchy from self-destruction in the Great Recession, and then collaborated with the resurgent Republicans in a “Grand Bargain” to ensure that social services, including local and state public health systems, would never recover lost revenue and personnel. So, allow me to voice some thought crimes of my own. But be forewarned: I assure you that you will find at least some of my ideas to be offensive. You will disagree with them strongly. You will become irate.
        The real question is: What are you going to do to those voicing opinions you disagree with? Engage in dialogue with them? Or demand that agents of the state scrub their speech from the internet and lock them in a cage for their thought crime?
        I’m too well informed to take part in republican bashing as if there is a good side. There is not.

        The media never tells the truth. You have to search for it. I have spent over 15 years finding out the truth. It’s widely available, but requires an open mind and discernment. I have that. That’s why I can’t be silent or “play ball”.

        then I forwarded them all the video of Dr Cottrell.

        Not a peep, and suspect I’m (thankfully) dropped from their emails.

        But it’s said.

  49. HomeRemedySupply says:

    March 25, 2020 – Wednesday
    “Edmonton Journal” – Premier Jason Kenney speaking

    Alberta will rigorously enforce COVID-19 health orders and issue fines
    (YouTube comments turned off…but you can “think it”.)

  50. alexandre says:

    I did one more fun very short video.
    30 seconds.
    Watcha think?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      30 seconds

    • manbearpig says:

      well, I mean, it’s nice and everything! but…

      I was expecting a dance video…

      even got out my pencils.

      • alexandre says:

        Too obvious? Too short?
        In the old days it would have been brilliant! Now….anyone can do that, you old decrepit pessimist.

        But the point is valid. People are not fighting. Maybe WE are not fighting. Fighting back. Pushing back, yelling etc. Fear of tasers? Maybe.

        Oh well…on to the new one.

        • manbearpig says:

          for heavens sake, alexandre I was joking! It’s visually very funny and the bitter message is very concise and clear. (almost as if you’d worked in advertising…. only music, I know, I know…)

          so clear in fact as to convey hopelessness however…

          • alexandre says:

            NO! Don’t try to fix it now. I failed! I’m a failure! I need dad’s attention! Why meeee?

            Wait. Hopelessness, aha! You’ve said it. That’s why it’s uncomfortable. Hmmmm, from that perspective it’s …. a success! I’m free, weeee….


            Thanks, I … needed that.
            I don’t feel so good, Dolores…
            What is it, Jim?
            My piles are giving me jip.

    • WAYNED says:

      Excellent. Should be shown in PBS if there were any real PUBLIC broadcasting service. The last phrase is the icing on the cake.

  51. De Clarke says:

    ‘Coronavirus: Fake news crackdown by UK government’

    Oh what a irony, and as expected !

    (…) “We need people to follow expert medical advice and stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.

    “It is vital that this message hits home and that misinformation and disinformation which undermines it is knocked down quickly.”

    “The information contagion around Covid-19 is so dangerous, because there is so much that people don’t know and so much happening all the time, that it is very easy for false rumours to take hold and spread..

    ‘Last week, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Reddit also said they would work with governments on the issue and to help those in self-isolation.’

  52. Anika says:

    Thought I’d share the following video with you guys from Germany with English subtitles:
    Prof. Sucharit Bhakdi wrote an open letter to German Chancellor Angela Merkel with the 5 most important questions surrounding the Corona hype… (nothing we don’t know already, but important coming from someone like him). Feel free to share. He is on par with Prof. Ioannidis, and his credentials should help to get people to listen… (well hope dies last I guess).
    Unsurprisingly, there is a huge crackdown and smear campaign in German media against anyone who speaks up against the official stance, similar to what is happening here in the UK where I live…

    • manbearpig says:

      Wonderful! Thank you Anika! I’m anxious to see his follow-up video that he refers to in this one!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      Thank you so much!

      Prof. Sucharit Bhakdi (German with English subtitles) asks the important questions which expose the irrational coronavirus hype.

      • Anika says:

        My pleasure and here is another one cited also by Prof. Bhakdi in his appeal:
        …with Prof Ioannidis – interviewed by The Press and the People Project.
        Eye-opening. Share widely if it resonates. Thanks to JC for letting me hopefully post these links.

  53. HomeRemedySupply says:

    March 30th, 2020 – Monday morning Texas time
    Channel 5 NBCDFW
    Virus Updates:
    Instacart, Amazon Workers Plan to Strike,
    Birx Predicts Up to 200K COVID-19 Deaths

    Bracing the nation for a death toll that could exceed 100,000 people, President Donald Trump on Sunday extended restrictive social distancing guidelines through April, bowing to public-health experts who presented him with even more dire projections for the expanding coronavirus pandemic.

    It was a stark shift in tone by the president, who only days ago mused about the country reopening in a few weeks…

    …The U.S. now has more than 143,025 confirmed cases, well surpassing Italy’s 97,689 cases and China’s 82,152 infections…

    …Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, said Monday the projections by Dr. Anthony Fauci that U.S. deaths could range from 1.6 million to 2.2 million deaths is a worst case scenario if the country did “nothing” to contain the outbreak,
    but predicts that
    “if we do things together well, almost perfectly, we could get in the range of 100,000 to 200,000 fatalities”.
    (Birx and Fauci promise to bring us much more FEAR PORN in the following weeks. Both are plotting ways to keep the death count high on paper.)

    “We are very worried about every city in the U.S. and the potential for this virus to get out of control, and believe Americans, with the right information, will stay home,” Birx said in an interview on the “TODAY” show…

    …The USNS Comfort is set to arrive in New York City on Monday to help treat hospitalized patients who do not have the coronavirus, WNBC reports. The ship’s 1,000 beds and 12 operation rooms are ready to bolster the city’s overwhelmed health care system…

    …employees at Instacart and Amazon are planning to strike Monday…

    …In New York City, an emergency field hospital is being erected in Central Park, WNBC reports. The 68-bed facility, which is specifically designed as a respiratory care unit, is expected to open Tuesday. Elsewhere, the Javits Center is being converted into a health care facility — with the 1,000-bed project developed by the state and the four 250-bed FEMA-run and staffed areas — and will be fully operational by Monday…

    …In Los Angeles, the city’s convention center is being set up to serve as a federal field hospital, KNBC reports. California’s National Guard helped prepare the center Sunday, Mayor Eric Garcetti said. Like New York City, Los Angeles also has a navy medical ship on hand to assist….

  54. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Enjoy Worldwide Favorite Heroes Every Week!

  55. manbearpig says:

    In these troubled times if you’re concerned about Your social standing and you have niggling doubts about what you can and cannot say about coronavirus online, on your balcony or in the intimacy of your own home, just go onto Twitter and check what a universally reviled denialist such as Jair Bolsonaro has tweeted and simply adopt the opposite viewpoint while roundly denouncing him; for example, a typically scandalous viewpoint that warrants immediate and scathing condemnation would be:

    “This containment, if it continues like this, with the number of [people who will become] unemployed later on, we will have a very serious problem that will take years to solve,” he said in another video. “Brazil can’t stop, if it stops, we become Venezuela,” the head of state added a little later.”

    Denialist President Trump made highly similar remarks such as the Cure Cannot “Be Worse Than the Problem Itself”. Truly shocking.

    As long as you never ever espouse anything notorious denialists such as Bolsonaro or Trump have said or will say, you should be ok. (Most any climate skeptic can help serve as a No-no model as well.)

    Conversely, if you want to be sure to shine in politically correct circles, just quote Barack Obama,Bono or; Demonstration:

    …”Keep your masks on” for health care workers. Stay calm, listen to the experts and follow the science. ” said Barack Obama.

    “We wanted to show our appreciation for all the doctors, all the people who are trying to care for the sick, and to keep the level of health as high as possible during this time of intense concern and this pandemic. We just want to talk about love and happiness,” says in an interview for “Good Morning Britain”.

    Emulating celebrities such as Obama, United Nations champion Bono or World Economic Forum policy influencer is sure to boost your social credit score and set your mind at ease in any and all IRL and virtual social situations.

    And of course, always make sure you have your face mask, hand sanitizer and some wipes ostensibly attached to your person at all times.

    Just respect these 3 easy tips and you’ll make it through this confinement period effortlessly and chocked up on social credit, ready to lead your comrads by the beacon of your sanitzed smart phone into the brave new germ-free technotronic era!

    • manbearpig says:

      Another long-stigmatized extreme right-wing denialist boogeywomen who can serve as a no-no model for politically correct thinking:

      “Coronavirus: the government lies about “absolutely everything”, accuses Marine Le Pen
      The President of the National Gathering also considered it “common sense” to wonder if the virus had “escaped from a laboratory”.”

      Exemplary extracts:

      “…The government has consistently lied “about the borders, the unnecessary masks, the tests themselves being useless…

      …Sometimes criticized for not respecting national unity, the leader replied that it “cannot be done around lying. “We cannot ask the opposition to support the lies and inconsistencies of the government,” she insisted…

      …Also questioned on a study by Ifop published Saturday, according to which 40% of supporters of the National Gathering think that the coronavirus was manufactured in a laboratory, Marine Le Pen considered “common sense” to wonder if the virus has not “escaped from a laboratory”, while specifying that she has no “opinion” on this subject. Believing that the origin of Covid-19 “does not change the situation we are in”, she insisted that “doubt is not a crime” and that it allows “reflection and finding the truth”…”

      Total non-sensical heresy as proven by the following:

      “…As Le Parisien had demonstrated at the end of January and then at the end of February, the Covid-19 was not created and then patented in laboratories. It was a question of false information which had become viral but which contained several inconsistencies and shortcuts…”

      Obviously, no French person would Ever espouse the ravings of a Le Pen, father, daughter or grand-daughter, whose political party is allowed to exist only as a looming ever-present threat of fascism and to herd stray disenfranchised voters back to the middle road between left and right or to get an unpopular choice triumphantly elected as the chomskian “lesser of two evils”.

      You don’t want to be associated with a Naziesque populist multi-generational institutionalized vilain do you??

      No! Of course not! So you must violently reject any and all of Le Pen’s wild ravings and outrageous and rigorously debunked conspiracy theory!

      and just keep on clapping! 😉

  56. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Many Corbett Report Members, and even the White House and Dr. Oz, have mentioned hydroxychloroquine.

    March 30, 2020 – Monday
    Yahoo Finance
    FDA approves emergency use of malaria pill for COVID-19 treatment

    The Food and Drug Administration approved the anecdotally promising malaria drug for emergency use to treat hospitalized patients for COVID-19.

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has accepted 30 million doses of hydroxychloroquine sulfate donated by Sandoz, the Novartis (NVS) generics and biosimilars division, and one million doses of chloroquine phosphate donated by Bayer Pharmaceuticals, according to an HHS statement.

    The drug is currently being tested in New York hospitals.

    The drug’s effects on patients has result in a shortage for patients who use it for arthritis and lupus, and there have been reports of hoarding among medical professionals. Several states recently took steps to limit the number of prescriptions filled, by forcing increased accountability of who is prescribing the drug and why.

    On March 20, Novartis said it, “intends to donate up to 130 million 200-mg doses by the end of May…

    …On March 19, Bayer announced it would donate 3 million doses.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Dr. Oz interviews a French specialist, Dr. Didier Raoult, who led a clinical trial with hydroxychloroquine and an antibiotic.
      (8 minutes)

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        March 26, 2020
        Here is an interview with a Doctor in the Kansas area who is conducting tests on patients with the drug.

        The Doctor talks about this drug, not as a silver bullet, but that it can limit the viral shed and attenuate inflammation.
        It blocks the virus going into the cell.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          (5:50 mark) The Doctor makes the comment:
          “Frankly, it is the only Therapy that we do have that is available that has a reasonable chance of success, that has some scientific background.”

          That statement is a lie!

          There are other protocols, which are natural, that have tremendous scientific background which also have much, much more than a reasonable chance of success…

          Here are three therapies.
          Each on their own can address viruses. In combination, they are a true winner.
          ~ Vitamin C Intravenous Therapy (IV)
          ~ Ultraviolet Light Blood Therapy (Biophotonic Blood Therapy) (UBI)
          ~ Ozone Blood Therapy

          Dr. Harold Robbins and many other Health Practitioners offer all three.

    • mik says:

      bravo, today we will clap for Bayer and Novartis

    • mkey says:

      Well, well, maybe Bayer manages to pull a whitwash out of this crisis, yet. They have been “donating” profusely lately.

  57. Jeffa says:

    Hi all,
    Has there been any discussion re: refusal of stimulus checks/”money”
    i.e. can we refuse it,
    and (imo a no brainer) should we?
    (I anticipate roll out of virtue signaling/maudlin tales of charity donated helicopter loot).
    As with voting, I choose not to encourage or validate the criminal enterprise.
    Not to mention all the leverage I can get when refusing the jab.
    Sorry if you’ve already been over this…
    could anyone lead me to those discussions?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I am gonna take my check. They already stole huge sums from me. I want some back.

  58. SuperMom Belle says:

    “Take my liberty to spare me death!” Nope… that’s not the quote. Patrick Henry is spinning in his grave.

  59. Truth seeker says:

    How do we know the Italians arent getting this virus from a unique vax they were given?

    Problem. Lots of italians are dying from virus. Solution. Russia send military units with military equipment to supposedly help them. This is covert takeover.

  60. Miss Terious says:

    I would much rather get the virus than be forced to take the vaccine.

  61. AJ Hidell says:

    Hi Corbett community, new subscriber saying hello.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Glad you are here, AJ Hidell.

      AJ, if you ever have a question about “comment etiquette” or a Corbett Reference or anything, be sure to ask any Corbett Report Member.
      It is a real community here.

    • manbearpig says:

      after that, 5 dollars can go pretty far with CP (comment patrol) agents…

  62. briane.s says:

    I am a Physician in the United States. We are not only not seeing almost any COVID 19 patients at our hospital system but we actually have almost NO work and are likely, to be laid off. I have confirmed this with multiple other physicians in the US in many other, cities and states. There are almost NO patients at US hospitals, relative to normal. I suspect that there are people dying at home for fear of coming to the hospitals.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      briane.s says:
      I am a Physician in the United States.

      We are not only not seeing almost any COVID 19 patients at our hospital system but we actually have almost NO work and are likely, to be laid off.
      I have confirmed this with multiple other physicians in the US in many other, cities and states.
      There are almost NO patients at US hospitals, relative to normal.

  63. pittsburghjd says:

    Fantastic article! Needs to be read by many within our own community that have somehow fallen victim to these tricks and have abandoned some of their own principles.

  64. sapo says:

    Thanks for your sterling level headed work.
    I, like I think you are am pandemic doubter. It seems that it’s all too convenient and coincidental to be real. I don’t believe that their are tests that can specifically recognise Covid 19, but when tests prove positive they cannot say with any certainty that the tested has the deadly strain. Yesterday my wife and I went for a stroll and were confronted by a woman who held up her hand to stop us in our tracks and would not pass us until we had reteated to a place where she could comfortably pass without the chance of contamination. I turned my back on her as she passed whereby she said that she had lost a member of her family (possibly to Covid 19) she didn’t say. I replied that not everybody died of Covid 19. Since the incident my wife who does not share my views, has commented about about my bad behaviour. Thankfully I remain not of the mainstream mindset and hope that I never get the mainstream mind virus which I think is so much more dangerous than Corona virus

  65. Blameitontheboogie says:

    In recent years certainly in western countries we, well some of us, have become so coddled and protected that we must never hear anything which might offend our ears or encounter any germs and the thought of anyone dying cannot be contemplated. This has come about so quickly. I’m retired now and in my young days even children were not regarded as a protected species. We played out, walked to school alone and we got the usual childhood diseases without anyone going into a major panic.

    In my grandparents generation illness and the loss of children was a regular part of life, a very sad part of life but a normal part none the less. I’m not willing to give up my liberty to be protected from normal life but unfortunately too many people are willing to do just that. The problem is it’s no use just a few of us being willing to be counted, they can pick us off so easily, it needs a mass movement and I don’t see this emerging sadly.

  66. Mielia says:

    Note, a globalist/greeny has pushed “5G may cause Corona”
    Gunter Pauli, member of Club of Rome, active in Italian politics (economic advisor of Conte), partaking in formulating the Kyoto protocol and initiative for zero emission.

    5 was indeed thought provoking to me, yes.
    but actually it is the old question, I associate with Brave New World, Spartacus, Mark Passio and much other stuff:
    Do we wanna live/survive, as slaves or rather die fighting slavery?
    what is more important: survival or freedom?

  67. Ethan Hunter says:

    I was told by my brother – whom I have trusted as a confidant for years – to keep my “conspiracy theories” to myself. I even tried to show evidence of Event 201, the plushies, and the Rockefeller Foundation report and I still get criticized.

    No one I tell about these things has the slightest suspicion that this could of been planned, or that there is an underlying agenda.

    I feel very lonely about this. I imagine some in the “truther” movements of the past felt this way.

    I am not raving about lizards, aliens, or the all-seeing-eye…I am pointing to links, references, and other sources and the apathy of the people I talk to is mind-boggling.

    I even find some in the alternative media (ahem, Luke Rudkowski) spewing talking points from the MSM as if the sources are trustworthy.

    This is just a weird time I am in. Does anyone else feel this way?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Tell your brother to get back with you when he realizes that we are in the Greatest Depression of World History.
      This one will make 1929 look like a walk in the park.

      And the government control will be just like in the movies…well, I guess it already is.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      And you are right, there are a lot of folks in the “alternative media” or “somewhat alternative media” who have really swallowed the propaganda line of the big bad coronavirus with population control.

      I puke up my guts seeing the Chris Martenson videos appear on my YouTube recommended list everyday.
      There is a reason that YouTube puts his videos there.
      He tows the “party line” of Google/YouTube and Globalists.

      And what is worse, is that many, many folks in the gold and silver pundit community keep praising him for his technocratic control of the populace ideas…even Mike Maloney.

      It is sick.
      It is as if many of these folks never learned the basic lessons of 9/11, and why that event occurred.

      • haros says:

        I puke up my guts seeing the Chris Martenson videos appear on my YouTube recommended list everyday.

        HRS, in the case that you don’t want to see the recommended videos anymore, you can do it at least in two ways (only for PC):

        1) The difficult way but more specific: download a Firefox extension like Greasemonkey and run a Javascript to delete this part of Youtube webpage.

        2) The easiest way but less specific: download ublock origin and block the recommended video feature of youtube.

        I carried out the option 2 to block the propaganda of youtube (the box which appears below the video with a link to wikipedia explaining that NWO is a conspiracy theory and this garbage).

        If you decide to block it and need help, just tell me!

    • Miss Terious says:

      Yes, I have the same experiences, and I feel the same about it. The apathy around me is maddening, the critical thinking skills non-existent, the capacity for denial and dissimulation is endless, the verbal output is inconsequential fluff, or regurgitated propaganda, and yes, it gets lonely at times.

      My guide rule is, if they don’t ask you where you are getting your information from, they aren’t genuinely interested.

      I’ve been disappointed in Luke too. The most important event in twenty years and he’s missing in action! If you know they lied about 911, why would you trust them now? Something has come unstuck in his brain. I hope it’s a developmental thing, not a permanent blind spot. When you look at the news sources he’s using, and those he’s not, you can see why he’s not getting the full picture. You go looking only for what you (presumptively) assume to be true, and that’s all you find, confirmation bias, I think it’s called. An alternative media outlet that uses the mainstream media for sources? That’s not right.

      Face masks? For me, only if there’s a genuine reason to wear one. I always thought the main purpose of face masks is to protect patients undergoing surgery or with compromised immunity from bacterial infection from the health care worker, not for self-protection from viruses. Viruses will get through a face mask anyway, but there’s a better chance of stopping bacteria, which are much bigger. A decade in health care enables me to say you cannot breathe properly with them on and they soon get VERY hot and uncomfortable. If you can breathe through them, there could be virus in that air, too. Luke does not seem to understand this.

      • alexandre says:

        Yeah, Luke’s bit about face masks was it. Bang. No way. He sounded just like some bad actor poorly delivering a line, almost as if he was thinking something like “shit, I have to say this”. Out! Next!

        Another one on the cross-hairs is Jason Bermas. He is screaming that this is real and all that. I’m still watching, very open, considering what James said etc, but…..needles moving….

        • Miss Terious says:

          I last watched Jason about two weeks ago…he was crying and over-dramatizing and saying it was all over for him. I thought it was contrived and silly, frankly. Goodbye Jason, I’ll check in in a month or two.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          HOMEWORK & ability to READ by Alternative Media Pundits

          Not to denigrate guys like Luke, Jason, and others, but many of these folks are NOT INVESTIGATING and NOT thoroughly reading information which is out there.
          In fact, many folks do NOT read.

          James Corbett does.
          In fact, his skill is so impressive, that is why his community is here.

          Sometimes, these alternative folks spend more time yapping than investigating.

          I feel like the alternative media landscape is changing, along with monetary support.
          In a few years, the landscape will look very different.

          Remember “Google Video”?
          A lot of things will change over the next few years.

          • alexandre says:

            Very well said. Not to denigrate, correct. It would be hard to say these guys are “working for TPTSB”, so what you say makes more sense.

            Google video, ha. I remember the first time a friend in France asked me “what do you think of Facebook?”. I didn’t know what it was, but was on Orkut.

      • Noahsark723 says:

        Not saying this is case because I really couldn’t know.

        I never really followed Luke Radowski, I listened to Corbet, Truth Stream Media, and Dane Wiggington( I know People think he is an agent, I don’t see it after looking into it) until this new plandemic started – now Spiro and Ryan Christian have been added to the list.

        It could be possible that Luke sees that this is the end game and after trying to expose this all of these years – that what is happening to him is a subconscious reaction along the lines of if “you can’t beat them, then you better join them” or maybe it is a conscious move of self-preservation, or seemingly. Entering into the new world order is really an act of self destruction.

        Either way I don’t have respect for it – I rather “die” than live in the new world order and if they keep coming — well I would rather die fighting them.

        Just an idea – because I think this is the same case, though a bit different, with so many who fell for the trump, q-anon, deep state dialectic psy-op. In their fear of it and what is coming they fall for any so-called savior instead of standing firm on the rock of truth they all ready have and expanding on it diligently.

        Beware, truth can be used to deceive. Just as light can be shined to chase away the dark – it also can be shined directly in the eyes and blind you.

    • haros says:

      I think that at this moment many many of us are feeling lonely, or at the very least misunderstood.

      I totally get you about your brother. I am sorry that it has happened with someone so close. My case is slightly similar, but it was me who decided to stop talking about all these topics with my brother. In fact I don’t talk anymore about this stuff with people because it drains my energy. Unless they are the ones talking about a controversial topic, or I am in a website like Corbett Report, I keep my treasure (my thoughts) just for me.

      Quoting Nietzsche in “Thus Spoke Zarathustra”

      The friend of the anchorite is always the third one: the third one is the cork which preventeth the conversation of the two sinking into the depth.

  68. Ethan Hunter says:

    More fake news…CBS fakes news story by using footage from Italy.

  69. SW says:

    …”Keep your masks on” for health care workers. Stay calm, listen to the experts and follow the science. ” said Barack Obama.

    Thoughtcrime#1: “Don’t panic!” (But sir, if we stay calm, we’re more likely to think rationally and start asking awkward questions…)
    “Don’t panic Mr Mainwaring!” Dad’s Army – classic!

    Thoughtcrime#2: Real scientific debate (okay, sir, I’m listening to the experts and following the science… now what?)

    Open Letter from Prof Sucharit Bhakdi to Chancellor Merkel

  70. colosseum says:

    Here is another thoughtcrime:

    – How about *YOU* potentially infecting others?

    In a world where everyone tries to avoid everyone else for fear of *BEING INFECTED BY OTHERS*, it is almost unimaginable for the layman that actually *HE* could be the one who infects everyone else.

    I noticed this when I mildly suggested to an acquaintance of mine who refused to take his car to the car wash/clean (for fear of having the employees leaving those pesky viruses in his car and infecting him): how about *YOU* leaving some pesky viruses in the car and infecting *THEM*?

    I could see the horror in his face: how dare you even conceive the idea that *I* could be a virus carrier?!?! I am the clean one here! the others around me: all infected!


  71. Nick Sikorski says:

    Am throroughly disappointed with this article. I agreed with every single point. I want my money back!

  72. french citizen says:

    Hello James and thank you for all the work you’ve been doing for so many years, I really appreciate it.

    My view on the Covid-19 disease is that it’s like a bad cold or flue except that it sometimes reinfects and that this virus causes for some people life-threatening inflammation of the airways to induce asthma like symptoms. To me, this kind of inflammation is the real danger of Covid-19, and probably the most lethal threat linked to this virus. Here is an interesting article from a belgian physician who provides advises for his patients :

    So, let us recap a little bit about what we know so far on the Covid-19 crisis :
    – the Covid-19 virus is quite deadly for some people (especially old people) in a way that is not really common with other viruses due to the inflammatory effect ;
    – I agree with you that what we are now witnessing across the world is a controlled demolition of the economy that will cause unprecedented carnage across markets and around the globe.

    So I think we should avoid making two major mistakes about the current crisis :
    – we should not say that the coronavirus situation is nothing more than a giant hoax hyped up by the mainstream media ;
    – we should not say that the current crisis is a random event that could not be predicted in any way since this pandemic is really out of control from human intervention: let’s remember Event 201, and all the decisions that our leaders are currently taking in accordance with the agenda of the people who are at the top of the pyramid…

    So let’s face it, what is the other plausible alternative ? Probably a pre-engineered biological warfare launched at the right time to serve on purpose a global agenda that will be carried out in the coming months (Oh, you silly conspiracy theorists…). To me, the World War One conspiracy that you and Gerry Docherty have exposed is a good source of information to have a better understanding of the world history of the 20th century, along with other sources (Joe Plummer, Tragedy and Hope 101, Carroll Quigley, Antony C. Sutton, G. Edward Griffin, etc.) and should help us get a better understanding of the coming events that will unfold in the coming weeks or months.

  73. anijah says:

    An 2012 talk about “Lessons Learned” from the sarin gas attack in a Tokyo subway station that took place 25 years ago, by a Council on Foreign Relations member here in this link below. Somehow “technology makes it easier for terrorists to use weapons of mass destruction”. Also he mentions something very interesting about H1N1 swine flu and how to make sure the public opinion of how viruses come about does not differ from the official narrative.


  74. ztaco says:

    Just thought I’d share the video David Icke was blabbing about on Twitter. ( ) I guess YouTube took it down, but someone got a MIRROR of it. This is part of the #FilmYourHospital fad going around. A German man shows an empty hospital that’s supposed to be filled to the brim with people and the rest of the video has supposed experts giving their opinions on this Corona hype-job. I don’t know the credibility of the video, but it’s interesting and hopefully someone here can shed more light on this!

  75. ccp says:

    A spon-on piece of journalism James! Impressive research and clarity in conveying the message.

    As for my thought-crimes, there are a few, with which I sometimes like to take people out of their comfort zone (with mixed results indeed). Yet, I must confess that nowadays it becomes more and more dangerous so do so (I might add that this atmosphere is not completely new to me; I lived in a dictatorship until the age of 12). So, my thought-crimes:

    1. do not want to “trade” my privacy (or what’s left of it) for … I am not even sure for what we are asked to give it up. So many govs in europe and probably around the world are “working” now on apps to track people (chip cometh?). As if they need to work on this…They are already there. They just need to customise them – putting them in the open.
    2. still pay in cash. Still challenge/scare salespersons (i guess we can’t call them cashiers anymore eh?) by handing in cash. They are so afraid…And I like to ask them why they don’t accept it. Answer: you don’t know?
    3. question msm and “official” stories. No need to say more. I am commenting on a James Corbett’s newsletter…
    4. don’t want the military in. Here I must say that even in “normies'” heads this is not completely accepted (“but if people don’t behave. what can “they” do?”)
    5. i’m not afraid of people. people are not “disease carriers”; they are human beings whom we should love and respect.

  76. Arby says:

    Thanks for the important, in my humble opinion, show James. The space for dissent, for me, was already impossibly small. My blog is not celebrity status although it seems that my continuing reportage on covid 19 (thanks to sources like yours) seems to have generated a bit more activity. I sometimes pause while I’m researching, open source, for my blog to take a look around online. I had looked at Craig Murray’s site yesterday and thought maybe that very smart fellow had some juicy info on covid 19. I can’t even tell what his position is, so, as he mentioned it in a post he wrote and which I was reading, I asked him. I was flagged as a conspiracy theorist and directed to a site (on his site I guess; It’s hard to tell) that was about as warm and inviting as a cold, gray concrete cell. And where was Craig’s simple answer to my simple question in all of that noise? I’ve already entered that into my next installment of “Progressives.”

    I also left a list of sources for good vaccine info on Ryan Cristian’s Bitchute channel (“The Evidence Points To COVID-19 Starting In 2019 & Likely In The US”), but it seems to be invisible, as is the case with my other two comments there, even though the other commenters are clearly interested in the subject. Ryan wouldn’t censor. That’s Disqus. But the point is, our dissenting voices are being silenced.

  77. loomit says:

    I just attempted to send an email with a video link in which I mentioned the “c” word in the text and got this message:
    “Message not delivered.
    The response from the remote server was:
    554 5.7.1 [P4] Message blocked due to spam content in the message.”
    I immediately sent it again, taking out the “c” word and it was sent without a problem.

  78. pearl says:

    Forgive me for the repeat if the following has already been posted here or on another thread.

    Subscriber Alexandre’s plethora of insights, particularly the ones mentioning Patrick Wood, prompted me a few weeks ago to subscribe to the former’s website for email notifications. Today, Mr. Wood emphasizes one of his articles by writing that “the ‘Great Panic of 2020’ was started and pushed by the same people who orchestrated the global warming panic of the last two years.”

    “People want to know: just how bad is the COVID-19 virus and is fighting it worth the destruction of the world’s economic and financial system while disrupting the lives of hundreds of millions of people? The story behind the story will make it clear that things are seldom as they seem.

    “In short and when seen through the lens of Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy, the whole world has just been punked and then panicked into destroying itself over COVID-19.”


    Link to article:

  79. alexandre says:

    Here goes one hell of a theory.
    A psychological theory in the service of a conspiracy.

    But first, a story that will make the perspicacious minds of these here brave corbeteers quickly see where I’m going.

    Once a good friend of mine was told by his boss he was fired. This friend was a bassist playing with this big name artist for 30 plus years. It was his sole income. A few days later he had a heart attack. He was rushed to the hospital where they made all the tests and … he didn’t have anything. He was ok. What the hell? – they said. His wife then said: “It’s only fear, darling”.

    The psyche is, apparently, capable of producing the effects of a disease, if not the disease itself. Given that there are people, arguably, getting sick “with something” (Wallace Roney, trumpet player, just died “of COVID19”), my thesis is that many people are producing the disease themselves in a kind of reverse way. You get it from within.

    “How would that work, you idiot?” – I hear you laughing in your happy voices.
    Well, using the anecdote above, if the symptoms were of the flu, and if it was today, he would have been tested, as he was, but now with this idiotic test kit which would probably come back positive, since it checks for the presence of ANY corona, not only COVID, you know the story. Then he would be treated for it and who knows if he wouldn’t end up dead – as many did with AIDS, dying from AZT? Whatever the case, he would certainly go into the statistic as another “case”.

    1 – The mind, the psyche is not a small thing – if it was, psy-ops wouldn’t exist. We’ve been collectively prepared for ages through all sorts of mind-control devices, films, TV, the news, social media etc. Our collective psyche is “prepared” and consolidated.

    2 – The psyche (mind, spirit, soul or whatever) is capable of producing symptoms of diseases, or actual diseases.

    3 – We already have many viruses within us, living with us all the time, among them many coronas (the “invisible enemy” is already there), which would ensure “positive” tests, if the test is crap and official enough.

    The stage is set, all that’s needed is a trigger to start the opera. Start “an epidemic” in China (outsourcing), at the flu season, and start the ad campaign full force. First the big fear – “a new virus killing people!” Fear goes BANG inside everyone, kind of “en garde!”. Then comes the trigger itself, i.e. the description of the symptoms. Those, in my tin hat thesis, are the instructions, so to speak, for the psyche. Then the process starts and people start having (unconsciously producing) the disease. Sort of like a mass hypnosis – which may not be working too well after all, due to the low numbers, but anyway…

    This could be far more developed, but it’s something like that.

    Let the egg throwing start.

    • Mintaka says:

      I like your musings.
      And I think those musings are far more than just a theory.

      Mind over Matter is my “theory”.

      And fear is part of that.
      Fear – when in the hands of elite propaganda – is an enormously powerful tool that has literally shaped the world in which we live today. Just think nine11 alone in recent history.
      This “virus” is based on nothing but fear, fear that is relentlessly spoon-fed to us on a daily basis, wall-to-wall. And I agree with your “theory” that if people just sit there in front of that Propaganda Box called a TV, in isolation, that this fear-porn will “take hold” and physically make them sick, with whatever symptom.
      Off to their doctor they go, the doctor “tests” them for COVID-19 using an unreliable testing kit and VOILA, just like that we have another COVID-19 (fake) case.

      I’ve boiled your egg, you can eat it if you like. Do you take salt?

      • alexandre says:

        Thank you Mintaka! “Mind over matter”.
        Yes, salt please.
        In fact I just had my dinner. Pork chops and a fried egg.

        The propaganda machine is fascinating. The two deaths a friend told me about, both had already respiratory and cardiac problems, but they were “worsened because of the virus”. It’s practically automatic how the thing goes. No need for black hats in rooms moving levers. Or maybe they’re also already working in the minds of people.

        • Mintaka says:

          Heh, just noticed.
          My post was at 9:11am.

          Mind over Matter, in this case Time (whatever Time means, not much in Mother Nature).

          • alexandre says:

            911, there you go. Matrix.
            You must be in Japan. Here it’s 9:30PM now.
            Mind over … time?

            • Mintaka says:

              Time is an abstract phenomenon that does not exist in Mother Nature.
              It is used by us humans to calculate change, whether it is movement, growth, whetever.
              Mother Nature itself has no idea what Time is, she couldn’t care less.

              Also Fear is actually the same emotion as Love.
              Each one is on the opposite side of the swinging pendulum, with any variation of this emotion in between the swing.
              It’s all duality.
              We exist in Space, but this existence would not be possible without Counter-space.

              Now I’m waiting for the eggs…

              • alexandre says:

                No eggs from me – gotta save them for the apocalipse.

                Recently I stopped making plans completely. I’ve been without plans for some time, but recently I just let go completely. No future, enough of that. Something in that decision made me feel something that relates to what you say in some way. (How’s that for vagueness?) There is day and night, something is “passing”, but time becomes…I don’t know, illusory, opaque. Maybe something like that. These matters are not “sayable” I think, the go a bit beyond concepts and categories. But something like that, yes. I’m just careful not to go too Eckhart Tolle on these subjects and try to figure them out for myself, slowly, in …. time?

              • Mintaka says:

                We’re certainly into philosophical territory here.

                Entire philosophical books have been written on this subject.
                What is the prime purpose of the philosopher?
                To separate soul from physical body. This is true freedom.
                The physical body is a prison for the soul. Fear (of death) is what keeps us trapped in this body, forever.
                This fear is what our controllers take advantage of, basically our fear of death.

                Take this for what you will.
                I’m expecting eggs from some direction…

              • alexandre says:

                Hey, I take this for what it is; great stuff. Of course, there are endless discussions on body and soul, the Cartesian problem, and guys like John Searle “solving” the problem etc,


                …it’s endless, and so interesting. I’m not big into philosophy, other than loving to hear and read what I can, but you need a big basis for it, which I don’t have. I quit school early. But yes, fear of death is a great “button” to push. I like what Woody Allen, even though he’s a despicable man, said once: “I’m not afraid of dying, I just don’t want to be there when it happens”. Or later, when he said about death that he “remains strongly against it”.

                Space – counter-space, we could talk for ages, as I always say, in person with drinks and smokes, like we used to do before.

                Still no eggs from me.

              • Mintaka says:

                You elicit some great discussions on this forum with your sometimes quirky comments.
                Thrown in with a bit of wit and humour, especially when MBP chimes in as well.

                I love it, thank you.

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Alexandre, you say toe-ma-to, I say
      Toe-may-toe. You are talking metaphysics. I wish my learned and kind inspiritor CQ would give her thesis here on fear. It is exactly what you are speaking of.
      I came to this junction, much like Robert Johnson’s crossroads , in 1982. You must chose between material matter ,fear and mans true nature, spirituality, love.
      I know, but how will you know. This the Pharaohs understood and ruled over men for centuries, passed down through the ages the existential lie maintained by TPTSB. Oh they are good at it. But they fear also, and as you alluded to it can end them faster then they are ending us now.
      The experiment is, do you have those qualities that are devoid of fear of the truth, for lies are baseless and are nothing. The war for your mind is the war for your spirit. They could give a shot for anything else.

      • alexandre says:

        Alright. One less egg.

        When the big fear started, I also was hooked. BUT…needles moved, so I observed – mostly what goes on here. (TCR’s material alone would be enough, but add to it the comments section and man, you have some library). After a while, some more stuff on viruses, Rappoport this, 12 doctors there etc, fear went down and down, then when I saw the applause thing, click. Like the hook was off. Things fell well into place and I felt free. I’ve seen the LIGHT! Not free from the pandemonium and catastrophe ahead, of course, but of the advertising operation. The mind is free. Now we deal with whatever comes, as always, and as always I talk to nobody. But today I had the most wonderful day, completely peaceful, sold my first batch of avocados, saw some people with stores closed but doing business outside on the street etc. So is this good feeling related to the freeing of the mind? I think so, but as I said, I have to be silent – like many here – or else we disturb their demonic ritual. Curiously my sister, totally hooked, confessed she’s getting tired of the fear. I told her “why don’t you join me and say ‘this is all bullshit’ and be free?” – She said “I’m thinking about it”.

        That means the directors will soon come up with something new, to hook everybody again. People get tired of fear and eventually go back to human. “They” can’t let that happen.

      • CQ says:

        CQ checking in — finally (GBW, I’m keeping my promise to you, even if a few hours later than I expected):

        Last week a friend found and posted an interesting story that emerged from the human rubble left by the “Spanish flu” devastation. Based on what you guys have been writing here, this seems like the appropriate forum in which to share the story, plus my friend’s preface.

        He wrote:

        Infodemic is a new word cropping up in health bulletins and news reports. It means “an excessive amount of information concerning a problem such that the solution is made more difficult” (

        This is true now, and it was true in 1918–19, when a global pandemic was marked by far more devastating effects.

        Does our environment inevitably shape our thought and our experience, or is our thought capable of transcending our mortal experience? The experiments (conducted near Niagara Falls, New York) detailed in the following article provide an answer to this question.

        From the April 12, 1919, issue of the Christian Science Sentinel:

        “The experiments made at Goat Island by Navy doctors in an effort to learn something about the influenza germ, carry a lesson that every person should study and understand. Fifty young sailors volunteered to become influenza victims, that the doctor might study the disease more carefully. These young men had no fear of the disease; they willingly offered themselves. They were placed with flu patients; they were given jars of flu germs, which they breathed into their lungs; they had flu germs injected into their bodies. Then the medical men prepared to study the cases as they developed.

        “But no cases developed among these fifty sailors! These men had been inoculated; they had been exposed to the disease in every manner; they had breathed in the germs and eaten and slept with flu victims, and not one of them became infected! The medical men confessed themselves baffled. All their ideas of the disease were topsy-turvy. The bunk about the masks was again exposed; and it was shown that the disease was not communicable, not contagious. The doctors are still wondering. The explanation, however, is simplicity itself, for it was proved by each of these fifty young men.

        “These fifty young men volunteered to act as subjects upon which to be experimented. This showed clearly that they did not fear the disease. In other words, they could not acquire what they did not fear. Since their fear of the disease was gone, the disease was absolutely nonexistent, even though every effort was made to force it on them.

        “There can be no clearer nor better proof of the oft stated and rapidly being accepted fact that mind controls matter. Medical men are now acknowledging this condition. They are the first to tell patients to eliminate fear. When this is done, their work is done. There would be no cases of influenza if every person in the state would do as these fifty Goat Island sailors did; namely, eliminate fear of the disease.”

        = = = = =

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

        • alexandre says:

          Trying to find something about the Goat Island experiment.

          A letter talking about an article on the Denver Post (?) which talks about this experiment, but the author of the letter doesn’t believe the article.

          Another letter by the Surgeon General U.S. Navy apparently saying that the experiment did happen.

          I got that from this Center for the History of Medicine / U. of Michigan. which contains a trillion documents.

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            Mon Cheri,e Mondragon. The mystery of life! Makes me misty.


            Thanks CQ and Alex great history lesson.

            • alexandre says:

              Really? I couldn’t even read all the documents, cause there are so many. I suck at this, that’s why I’m a member of TCR!

              So you want Misty, do ya?

              • generalbottlewasher says:

                Yea! Erroll Garner style Alex, you know Erroll Garner ? The Covid19 BOMB! Can you?


                Yoo too modest. How you find those doc’s?

              • alexandre says:

                Er…I just searched for the thing and they came up,I can’t remember. Links here, clicks there, snip snip, slash slash, can you believe it! (a scene in T. Gilliam’s Brazil)

                Do I know Errol Garner, what a question. Does the ape know bananas? Not a good analogy. Does the pope….er…yes I do know him.

              • CQ says:

                Whether it is Ella singing or Erroll swinging, both of them far outshine my pathetic piano playing and vocal croaking of “Misty,” my dad’s favorite song.

                OF COURSE you would know Mr. Garner, alexandre. Surely our Tulsa born-and-bred pal was just spoofin’ ya.

                Thanks for linking us to two classic misty moments, GBW.

              • alexandre says:

                Tulsa, you say. Let me check it on the map, I have no idea where that is.

                I’m gonna do it soon. Misty. Two versions, one serious and another kinda weird.

                Wee story.
                Other than knowing Misty, I didn’t care much for Erroll Garner – stupefied as I was in the Miles cult – but one afternoon I said “let me check this OLD guy out”. Spent the whole afternoon watching him, and man…couldn’t believe it. The level of everything there just threw me to the floor. What struck me most was the high level in harmony coming out of this strange gomalina figurine at the piano sitting on a bunch of telephone books. Just amazing. I think that’s when I started getting out of the Miles cult and discovering a whole world I was missing. Cedar Walton, Woody Shaw, Jaki Byard etc etc. Recently I was definitely cured thanks to Barry Harris. So, in a way, Erroll saved me!

                Just a technical curiosity, if you watch him on video, you see the bass player is behind his left hand and sometimes looking at his hand. That’s why Erroll, as any good jazz player used to do, sometimes went off in other keys and things, on the spot, so the bassist had to follow his left hand to know where he was. Good times. Gone times.

                CQ, nice to know you croak your Misty, man. That’s healthy. Keep it up.

              • CQ says:

                That’s quite a tribute you give to Erroll — SAVING you from a cult, alexandre.

                Thanks for the tip about the position of the bass player. It’s a pleasure to learn answers to questions I never even thought to ask.

                A guy I work with at a non-profit told me yesterday that he was born and bred in Tulsa. Said it was, back then, a beautiful city with lots of “green” — parks, etc.

                Sadly, GBW calls it mostly “gray” (skies) these days.

              • alexandre says:

                All right, got it on the map. Oklahoma! Hurray. Wow. Pics are fantastic. Looks like a place I’d like to live in. How many jazz clubs there? How much is the rent? Are there girls? Come on, I need the info! Where is GBW?

                CQ, unfortunately I can’t get to your site. It keeps loading and loading and never loads.

    • brody says:

      Just gotta throw down a little Dhammapada on this concept:

      “We are what we think.

      All that we are arises with our thoughts.

      With our thoughts we make the world.

      Speak or act with a pure mind

      And happiness will follow you

      As your shadow, unbreakable.”

      …and a true story to the point:

      My cousin is an excellent neurologist and he once told me a great story about a patient of his who’d appeared to have had a terrible stroke, losing function of the entire left side of his body. After questioning the lad for some time, it became clear to my cousin that this was a self-induced psychological paralysis and not a stroke at all.

      Thing was, the guy was due to be married soon and the unconscious fear of this event had manifested itself in a very real, physical form. He was cured soon after understanding this truth and was wed to his ‘better half’.

      • alexandre says:

        There you go. Most people, psychologically “well prepared” as I said, already got far away from such things, which are more normal than air, nothing greatly esoteric about it, so they cling to the pharma-ops. They hear a story like that and go “well, that’s one case and it could be many things” bla bla. Refusal of the obvious, embracing of the absurd. Inversion etc. Psy-ops again.

        Incredible story there, man.

        • CQ says:

          brody, per the story about your cousin, I agree with alexandre that it is “more normal than air” — not “esoteric” in the least.

          It reminds me of a true story mentioned in the book “Science and Health,” written by the same woman, Mary Baker Eddy, who founded the magazine that featured the 1919 Goat Island experiment (btw, thanks for trying to confirm that event, alexandre).

          I’ll put the story in context by quoting a couple of paragraphs above it:

          “We weep because others weep, we yawn because they yawn, and we have smallpox because others have it; but mortal mind, not matter, contains and carries the infection. When this mental contagion is understood, we shall be more careful of our mental conditions, and we shall avoid loquacious tattling about disease, as we would avoid advocating crime. Neither sympathy nor society should ever tempt us to cherish error in any form, and certainly we should not be error’s advocate.

          “Disease arises, like other mental conditions, from association. Since it is a law of mortal mind that certain diseases should be regarded as contagious, this law obtains credit through association, — calling up the fear that creates the image of disease and its consequent manifestation in the body.

          “This fact in metaphysics is illustrated by the following incident: A man was made to believe that he occupied a cholera bed where a cholera patient had died. Immediately the symptoms of this disease appeared, and the man died. The fact was, that he had not caught the cholera by material contact, because no cholera patient had been in that bed.”

          = = = = =

          alexandre/Mintaka/brody, GBW, et al., I’d be curious to know what you make of those metaphysical statements.

          I think they have to be provable (verifiable, repeatedly) to be worth their salt. And if one such incident can be replicated over and over, would that make the author’s claims “scientific”? (Note: The title of her book is “Science and Health.”)

          Back in Episode #353, The Crisis in Science, I offered a definition of “Science”:

          No eggs are being lobbed from Houston. Only bouquets of flowers (tulips are my faves).

          • alexandre says:

            Ha, tulips, yes. My friend’s dog is called “Tulipa”, the Port. version. Lovely dog.

            Hello Huston!

            I didn’t read yet, I think, your definition of science there, but here goes something.
            It is obvious that these things happen like this, but trying to make them scientific is a waste of time and purpose. The problem is that the scientific mind took over, and threw everything human away, so, instead of trying to make it “scientific”, we should disregard science completely as pseudo-science – because if a Shaman cures a person by chanting and putting him inside a mandala, that is science. Not a perfect machine science, but a human one. A scientist would say that’s auto-suggestion. So? Is the guy cured? If we want science, Dr Rife cured in 1932 a bunch of mortal cancer patients, all of them, with his science, and yet people are dying of cancer like never before. Science is THE scam / psy-op of our lives. It was science that called the Shamans, myths and psychology (the real thing) and art “esoteric garbage” or mysticism etc. The Shaman is not a mystic, he’s a Shaman, a doctor/priest/artist a kind of mad guy with special talents who, by the way, composes the myths for the village in many instances, unlike a bloke reading from a 2000 years old book translated by someone else. And the myth sustains the life of the village. It’s not religion. It’s the soul of the village. Ours is the first society without myth in the history of man, and take a look. All of that went through the window when a couple of European maniacs decided they were “suprior to all other men”.

            Now, as I said somewhere, this is clearly Kaliyuga – at least something like that, cause I never saw a better description of us. So, in a sense, we must accept this Armageddon as part of life and its cycles. That’s a hard one, but at least we could look at the old myths, ask some Indians for guidance etc, look way back before the “better men” came along. “Dear Indian, what should I do now?” They had everything, including real medicine. It’s curious that this last bullshit started in China, cause China has a medicine that makes our western thing look like a fart. Where are the real Chinese? What happened to their medicine? Let’s ask them. If we insist on this “science” obsession, we’ll just continue participating in the madness, now a global mass psychosis which is the real darkness now. Really really really dark stuff. Wotan wakes up again – the last time the Nazis (sorry, Rockefellers) had their fiesta. Now it’s Wotan meets Saturn meets Godzilla, PLUS Elon Musk on top. When you open up the collective unconscious on such a mass scale, find a hole and hide. Or maybe the Indian has some suggestions for us, if anyone would listen.

            Something like that.


            • alexandre says:

              CQ, Just read your definition of science and would have something to say, but I’ll wait your comment to the comment above, so we don’t jump too much.

            • CQ says:

              Tiptoeing through the tulips with Tulipa, here we go!

              OK, I think that for every counterfeit definition of “science” there must be a true definition. Every lie (nothing) is a lie about truth (something). Every counterfeit bill is an imitation of a real bill (or at least used to be, when there was such a thing as currency backed by something of worth, such as gold).

              Just as TPTSB hijacked the US currency by going off the gold standard and turned money into fiat (made out of thin air), so have they hijacked the meaning of “science” and turned it on its head. They can call Western medicine “science” all they want; that doesn’t make it so. For that matter, one can call Eastern medicine “science,” but that doesn’t make it so.

              All the human theories and beliefs and systems that have ever been invented throughout history come and go with the times. But a true “science” is timeless, universal, impersonal and is not a human contrivance. It must be, therefore, from a higher-than-human source, and it must be based on higher-than-humanly conceived law.

              Mathematics fits that definition. So does music. So does aerodynamics. Each of these sciences is based on principles that are discoverable, but not humanly invented. None of them require physical objects to prove themselves and their laws, or rules. They’re essentially ideas that have always existed and can never be undone or overthrown, though, once someone has discovered how they operate, they can be made manifest, practical, and useful to anyone and everyone.

              Not everyone understands how to do higher math or how to make music or how the laws of aerodynamics work, but all of us benefit from their application.

              I believe there must be a single higher — rather, highest — Science governing all lesser sciences. And if that highest Science, likewise, cannot be humanly created, then it must be a divine Science that can be humanly understood and experienced. That’s my view, anyway.

              There are an infinite number of things that could be said about such an infinite subject, so I’ll stop here, before I’m snipped — again! 🙂

              BTW, Tulipa’s friend, I’m transcribing a talk by a one-time Spanish flamenco guitarist (he even taught students). He gave it in English as well as in Spanish. I’d like to share it with you when I’m done, for I think you’d love it. But this may not be the forum to do that. I’ll think about it further.

              • alexandre says:

                All perfect, sir. Pretty exact in my little view. A plant that cures a disease fits that as well, no? No one knows why, but it does, and so it’s useful.

                There must be something, other than David Icke and the other-dimension possessions, to explain this hijack characteristic of these …. how to call them ….. bastards we call TPTSB, which do indeed look alien in so many ways. They’re like “The Stuff”. They hijack everything, even jazz music, if that’s even possible. By hijacking the human spirit, or something, turning people into collective robots, jazz disappeared – and was turned into a counterfeit just like you said. Even the great trumpeter Freddie Hubbard could see the new guys “didn’t have it”, but didn’t know why. They hijack something up there and indirectly hijack all the rest. So with science, yes. Counterfeit, very good, thank you.

                SO, you were saying….ah yes, the flamenco guitar – which is not Paco de Lucia, surely. Yes indeed, let me know.

                And yes, very humiliating to get snipped. But…necessary.

              • CQ says:

                To alexandre from snipped-but-not-snippy CQ: I did a disappearing act on you, I regret to say.

                For starters, let me admit that the talk by the flamenco guitarist is NOT about music. Unless you’d call it the music of Soul. I’m still hesitant to send it to you on this public forum. If you get curious enough and look on my website, you’ll find an email addy. I would not only share the link to the talk with you, but I’d tell you a secret that only GBW knows (how tantalizing is that? hahaha!).

                I soooo appreciate your agreement with my thoughts about true vs false science. That made my day, for I know, from reading your posts, what a penseur (well, pensador in Portuguese) you are, good sir!

                That’s why I dislike responding in the non-affirmative to your question about including a plant that cures disease in my definition of “Science.”

                Here’s why: Can a certain variety of plant be obtained anywhere in the world, in all centuries and climes and conditions? In other words, does everyone have access to it?

                Is a plant immutable and immortal?

                Music, math, and (pure) metaphysics are. They’re universal, eternal ideas that can be applied by anyone who understands them in any century, clime, or condition. (I specify “pure” because there are many semi-metaphysical systems but, to my mind, only one purely metaphysical one, governed by the highest, most absolute Science.)

                Why does a plant seem to cure? From what I can tell, it’s because so many people, including herbalists and naturopaths, put firm faith in that plant’s power to heal. The cure, then, is solely a mental phenomenon, though it’s called physical, or material, by the limited human mind. You could say that matter is a substratum of mortal mind and it’s what we think we see/hear/feel/smell/taste evidence of.

                Will leave it there. But . . . well, let’s just say GBW accepted my invite to get in touch privately, and I’m pretty sure he doesn’t regret it! (I don’t mean to be mysterious, just not wanting to impose on others hanging out here.) Don’t feel badly if you’d rather decline. We’ll all still stay friends via TCR, as long as this website remains up and running.

              • alexandre says:

                No problem. I see what you say. You’re talking about universal things and plants (or whatever) are local things. Yes, everyone has access to it – in that area. I’m kind of a microcosmist. I don’t…well, it’s not believe, but maybe like…global things? You go outside and look around, and that’s your world. Beyond that it’s kind of not your business. When the mind starts with grandiose thoughts, if we’re not very very careful, we’re in trouble. Inflation (of the ego) starts and we end up in a global pandemic locked down in our rooms. But all right, I accept – and agree with – your point with no problema whatsoever.

                What’s the site? I’m intrigued! I understand not sharing some things here. I myself fell very nervous about so many opinions and personal stuff, cause it should be more factual – open source investigations etc. Since Corbett seems not to have a problem with it, I go on, but some things should be reserved for elsewhere.

                Send the link at once!

              • CQ says:

                Huh? alexandre, I must be the most indecipherable correspondent on the planet! Do you see at the top of my posts the CQ is hyperlinked? It means (as you surely know, right?) that you can click on it to access my website. And on that website you’ll find a “contact” button in the shape of a butterfly. Corbett won’t let us write email addresses here. If you choose, you can send me a “hello” email, and I will see your missive and respond privately. Você entende meu amigo? 🙂

              • alexandre says:

                Por Júpiter! I didn’t know about that. Shiieeet! Sorry about that. Will click on it if I can find the mouse. f….

                Ok, clicked, but the little thingy is going round and round and it doesn’t load the page. Will try later. Or the MIB got to you already?

              • CQ says:

                alexandre, what does “MIB” mean? In the “Boys in the Boat” book, it’s shorthand for “Mind In Boat.”

                Forgive me, James — or ban me forever from the comments section — for what I’m about to do.

                alexandre, I’m not sure if you got a whirligig when you tried to open the website or when you tried to click on the contact button taking you to the email, but try this: ****.

                If that fails, then, I guess, yes, the “MIB” got me, whatever that is.

                BTW, when I first entered a comment on this thread, I made the mistake of asking to be notified only in response to one of my comments. As a result, I don’t see notifications of your comments, I guess because they’re no longer directly linked to mine. Sorry about that.

                [No email addresses in the comments section, please. -JC]

              • alexandre says:

                CQ, MIB is Men In Black.
                Ok, just sent an email.

  80. david.f says:

    I have been a Corbett fan and subscriber for a while now, and also love the comments. If it’s ok, this is my way of maybe contributing to the folly of man.

    Rocks For Sale
    March 25, 2020

    We have rocks for sale
    To crawl under
    They block rain and hail
    Lightning and thunder

    They’re great habitation
    And help lessen fears
    Seen on news stations
    Those fright profiteers

    We have them on sale
    For iffy pandemics
    These shelters prevail
    Much better than bricks

    They’re all twelve feet wide
    To have that six feet
    Clear on every side
    A distancing treat

    They come with wifi
    To connect with friends
    So stay hi and dry
    While the whole world ends

    So we recommend
    What the panicky crave
    Since they want us penned
    Why not try our cave

    • alexandre says:

      Loved it!
      Wait till ManBearPig wakes up!

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      David.f;; you must be talking about this house with a cool cat.

      Nice poem. I would guess the f after David is for frost but could be flintstone.

    • manbearpig says:

      oh the ironies of human “evolution”…

      thanks for reminding me of the joys of doggerel david.f!

      could rediscover them after my day of video-classes!

      keep’em comin’!

      • manbearpig says:

        you could call it

        “The Platonic shadow puppet show!”

        nah, a little long


        “From the Prehistoric fire into the Platonic pan!”

        or just “Cave art”





        “untitled” has a nice ring to it…

  81. zyxzevn says:

    Things you can not say about the biggest organized crime

    The Zionist Coverup of Organized Crime

  82. Octium says:

    My thoughtcrime for today – A letter to a local company.

    I’m writing to notify you that you have lost my personal business at Jaycar now that you have introduced a policy of not accepting cash as payment.

    I understand the current concerns over Covid-19 transmission however there are easy ways to mitigate the problem without banning cash. Polymer bank notes as used in Australia have the advantage of being able to be santised without being damaged. I carry a bottle of sanitizser on me in case the store is without.

    I wish to continue to use cash because I do not want my details collected for marketing purposes and other reasons and I do not trust your companies ethics as this story documenting your relationship with the small company Freetronics demonstrates.

    If I have no choice but to use a card, I will shop online through companies like Element 14 and RS-Components in the Future.

  83. generalbottlewasher says:

    Here is something you can’t say about CV19. That it stifles creativity. Like they use to do with songbirds. A cruel practice of blinding birds to make them sing sweeter. A backlash of creativity will counter these draconian measures being forced on the population . A wonderful example here.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Coronavirus Rhapsody by Queen | COVID-19 Karaoke

      …just gotta stay home. I hope I don’t run out of beer….

    • CQ says:

      If there were enough hilarious parodies and david.f doggerels created and viraled (my made-up word meaning “made to go viral,” like this virus), perhaps our loud laughter would condemn the globalists to the realm not only of absurdity, but also of vacuity.

      GBW, what a great find! (But I can’t imagine sweeter songs from those poor birds. Instead, I picture the globalists gleefully obliterating all joy expressed by anyone except greedy, gluttonous them.)

  84. manbearpig says:

    “Like they use to do with songbirds. A cruel practice of blinding birds to make them sing sweeter.”

    What a breathtakingly perverse concept…

    conjures stevie wonder as a bird in my imagination…

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      MBP. the experiment continues. PreThought, Mysticism, anticipation, clairvoyance, logical conclusion? You are the controll, not to mention word Smith extraordinaire. I take James’s mysticism comment as avoidance or misunderstanding or possibly quirky. It is of great importance to anyone in the game that is afoot, creativity in propaganda and truth. Those years at Trinity are a mystery atruth.all our youth compared to what’s ahead.

      Going now to which the planes for the next a good walk spoiled.

  85. pill says:

    On the nature of so-called thoughtcrimes: Would you publicly criticize the official narrative if you had to worry about a fine that you wouldn’t be able to pay?

    Bonus question: Why do those laws never apply to the media (except RT of course)?

  86. Very interesting from Dr. Andrew Kaufman on Mar 30: “Humanity is not a virus. Covid-19 is an attack on humanity. Everyone in America can test positive for Covid-19 assuming they have an immune system. What they’re calling a test is not a test – its a scarlet letter. The coronavirus is the body’s exosomes. These are secreted by the cells under numerous conditions. Duke-trained Doctor Andrew Kaufman explains it all in a concise 30-minute presentation. After, you hear laymen like myself ask questions. Please share, steal, reupload, monetize, condense, and spread as you see fit.

    You are the land’s immune system. This video is everything you need to spread the word. Call out the Minutemen who will still listen. Tell them we need them now more than ever.”

  87. Anika says:

    Alright, I am going to throw something else into the mix – received this via a newsletter from Dr Tobias / Vet > Dogs – this morning, who translated an interview from a Czech molecular biologist and genome specialist, which otherwise wouldn’t have been available to the wider public (avoid this link if you are prone to fear easily please):

    Despite refusing to fall into any “conspiracy theory”, she clearly states that the Covid-19 is an unnatural mutation, which she believes to be genetically engineered.
    Of course that is not proof for anything, but rather an interesting opinion from a scientist who felt strongly enough about this to put herself in the line of fire in the public to say this. She has worked on sequencing and analysing the virus with swabs from a couple of positive patients in CR.
    It’s been out there as a theory for a few weeks, but I find this interesting – and I am repeating myself here – because it is a scientist saying it and not a HumptyDumpty who is channeling the Galactic Federation of Bullshit.
    It is but one angle on a multi-layered p(l)andemic. The Covid-19 “truth” is pretty much a moving target. But in conjunction one can ask the question…
    coincidence it is hitting older people the hardest (the ones who are the heaviest on the health care system)?
    coincidence it started in China, embroiled in a longterm trade war with the US?
    coincidence that Trump said he knows where it comes from (and no, I ain’t the Trump the Saviour believer, just wondering if Mr Bullshitter once again couldn’t keep his mouth shut)?
    coincidence that Israel, out of all places, expert in biological and chemical warfare, shut down the country faster than you could say “Hear Oh Israel” – did they know about the lethality of it with certain populations? Dead bodies are never good for the political powers, but especially not when you are engaged in an election battle and your desperately needed Holocaust survivors for photo-ops are dropping like flies.. and by fostering the totalitarian surveillance agenda, King Bibi would be killing two birds with one stone.
    coincidence the Iranian authorities have been struck down by this? As we know US and IL would love for the Iranian people to be driven to such despair they will finally overthrow the Ayatollahs.
    Tho of course he may just have struck lucky… and the Coronavirus escaped a Chinese lab by accident.
    Anyway just a thought stream and could be old news – if so just move on / delete – tho saw this link today for the first time.
    Keep well everybody!

  88. HomeRemedySupply says:

    March 27, 2020
    Tech Times
    [VIDEO] Netflix Series ‘My Secret, Terrius’ Predicts The Coming of COVID-19?
    (60 second video embedded)

    What Netflix Series Is In Question
    The Korean series, My Secret, Terrius, is now trending in the United Kingdom, which earns itself the number five spot in the most-watched section. This is all thanks to the genuine coincidence of one of its episodes talking about a disease saying that it’s a flu-like coronavirus with an incubation period of up to 14 days that attacks the lungs and has no vaccine.

    Thankfully the mortality rate of the real coronavirus is very much less low than what the fictional show has said, which is a terrifying 90%.

    The show jumped to the fifth spot on Friday morning, even topping series heavyweights such as Love is Blind, and Better Call Saul.

    The Episode in Question
    The scene which has garnered its popularity is in episode 10; this is when one lead sees a doctor who alarmingly presents her findings…

    Which the doctor then replies, “Like I said, this is a mutant virus. Someone tweaked it to increase the mortality rate to almost 90%.”

    ‘What’s more serious is that the coronavirus has an incubation period of two to 14 days. This virus was manipulated to attack the lungs directly within just five minutes of being exposed.”

    ~~~~~ ~~~~~~
    My 18 year old grandson had a video clip passed along to me.
    My eyes aren’t that good on the slab phone so I went online with the computer to find what the deal was.

  89. tunneller says:

    Great article.

    Although I’ve been writing about this stuff for years, I’m still stunned as to how easy it has been for populations to do as they are told when the science and propaganda is SO obviously deficient. Obeying authority is in our DNA it seems – at least for the majority. It seems like we have entered a bad B-Movie. (Scream) The Corona Virus Blob! Nooooooo!

    However, there are definite signs that a backlash is developing and gaining momentum. It’s going to be a very, VERY interesting (and challenging) year.

    Meanwhile, for those interested, I have an information post/hub which is updated with new links every few days. Quite useful if you want to send it to friends, colleagues who are beginning to questions things but haven’t quite made the leap…

    Thanks again James for all your work.


  90. rsr0573 says:

    Finally… I have found a group of sane individuals to converse with! 🙂

    • alexandre says:

      No, you haven’t.

      (Sorry, just a bit of Python there).

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Glad you are here rsr0573 !

      • CQ says:

        Ditto HRS, rsr0573. You can always count on HRS to welcome newbies. And you can count on alexandre for a laugh.

        By the way, alexandre, I’m no longer laughing about your visceral response to the Wuhan military games. You were right on target.

  91. barii says:

    I have almost drowned to death, been in a death defying car accident, almost died of liver failure and have tempted fate in a variety of ways.
    I have watched a person die as they took their last breath before my very eyes.
    I will die someday and know that death is a part of life.
    Until then, I will try and shed as much light on the evil powers that shouldn’t be.
    This planet is like an insane asylum and I am a prisoner. The TechnocRats would have the masses believe that they can live forever with their trans-humanist agenda. They have sickened the population in countless ways.
    I would sacrifice my soul and take out as many of those sons of bitches as possible if offered the opportunity.

  92. Octium says:

    My Thought Crime for Thursday:

    Surely People must be severally mentally retarded when they can read a story like this and not think they are stuck in a futuristic dystopian nightmare???

    ‘Extreme and draconian’: WA Police launch drones to enforce new two-person gathering rules

    “Police drones will be deployed to public spaces to deliver audio warnings to those caught flouting social distancing rules in a move the Premier conceded was “extreme” but necessary.

    The drones will be utilised at parks, beaches and cafe strips to ensure people are adhering to strict new gathering rules which ban people venturing outside in groups of more than two, unless they live together.

  93. nathalie says:

    An interesting initiative from, this is a collaborative spreadsheet to gather all Surveillance responses to COVID19 around the world :

    • manbearpig says:

      Formidable! Many thanks Nathalie! Sending this to my daughter and students!

  94. deltammon says:

    I found something that makes a difference, if only slight… Smile when you are out at the grocery store!

    Smile, as you walk past the herded masses, many who are just utterly terrified. Mood is contagious, and if you are conscious enough and in control of your own mind, you can spread a little strength.


  95. el Gallinazo says:

    My thought crime – “COVID-19” is a virtual virus, a product of the a media rollout that would make Josef Goebbels turn green with envy in his grave (or where ever he may be). In short, there is no physical reality to this dastardly virus. !00% USDA certified bullshit.

  96. feelgood says:

    A lot of articles repeating that covid-19 is now third biggest killer in usa. It is pretty interesting that their numbers hasn’t topped the true number three spot. Doctors and nurses themselves. Medical mistakes hold the number three spot according to John Hopkins study. But don’t worry the CDC doesn’t even include medical mistakes on their list so it must be nothing.

  97. scpat says:

    This coronavirus event being again compared to the 9/11 attacks, credit to ABC News.

    Coronavirus kills more in the US
    than 9/11 l ABC News

    April 1, 2020

    “This morning, a somber milestone, coronavirus killing more people in the U.S. than the terror attacks of 9/11”

    • scpat says:

      U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Is Now Higher Than 9/11 Terror Attacks | The 11th Hour | MSNBC
      April 1, 2020

      Brian Williams: “NBC News has learned there are informal discussions under way about the creation of a 9/11-style commission to look into what happened to come up with a plan to handle any future pandemics.”

      Trump: “We’re building thousands of ventilators right now—it takes a period of time to build them—and again, nobody could have know a thing like this could happen.” [no one could have known, except for the planners of Event 201 and other preparatory events. Similar to Bush when he said, “Nobody in our government at least, and I don’t think the prior government, could envisage flying air planes into buildings”]

      Brian Williams: “To put the current crisis in perspective, more Americans have already died from coronavirus than were killed on 9/11.”

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        scpat, With just as much enthusiasm as 911, the perpitraitors will be persuaded until justice is delivered to the American People. [please read again carefully]
        “Enduring Justice” will be the American citizens honor. Or plight.erh… I mean Plague. ..oh shoot 911 !

        On the prosecution side we should expect about as much.
        In that Corbett mysticism of magical thinking I propose we look at a few things.

        1. The location of Musks 5g satellites and the record of their operation in the last 6 months.
        2. The Stratospheric Aerosol Injection sites, times and contents of the delivered payloads.
        3. The land based weather modification sits, times of activation and contents of delivered payloads.

        My small brain and magical physical and chemical interactions understanding, understanding of exosomes, Rna in the moist lung tissue, have made me wonder if the tissue is exposed to 5g millimeter waves , the bodies natural responses will be similar to any foreign intrusions. Be they metal inert aluminum nano particulates that change states when energized or viruses. As has been clearly stated in the literature the virus or particulate is not what kills you, its your bodies response to the foreign matter. Aluminum has unique properties and uses and albedo ( whitening,reflecting property) is a poor one.

  98. scpat says:

    Coronavirus outbreak: New York doctor says 9/11 was “nothing” compared to COVID-19 – Global News
    March 26, 2020

    New York doctor being interviewed: “9/11 was nothing compared to this.”

  99. scpat says:

    US Coronavirus Fatalities Now Exceed Death Toll From 9/11: TODAY’s Top News Stories | TODAY
    March 31, 2020

    News anchor: “There are nearly 164,000 coronavirus cases in the U.S., and more than 3,000 have now died, surpassing the number of people killed in the September 11th attacks.”

  100. scpat says:

    Trump warns of more ‘very tough’ days ahead as death toll passes that of 9/11 – PBS Newshour
    March 31, 2020

    Yamiche Alcindor: “The number of people who’ve died from coronavirus hit a really grim total today. More people have died rom the virus in America than on the morning of 9/11.

    • mkey says:

      When you quote one talking head, you quote them all. Thanks for putting the talking head name at the beginning so that the unsuspecting reader may feel forewarned. Much appreciated.

      • scpat says:

        True. They are all in unison, which is what I was hoping to demonstrate. I’m sure there are magazines, newspapers, and other publication streaming it into the public consciousness as well.

  101. zyxzevn says:

    How data is manipulated

    Data or Deceit? – The COVI-19 Peak
    (The Highwire with Del Bigtree)

    He explains how the statistics are deliberately blown up.
    The disease is reported very similar to the previous disease.

    At 1:25 he shows an important letter
    Guidance for Certifying COVID-19 Deaths
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention send a letter out
    to all hospitals (and doctors?) with instructions.

    It is important to emphasize that Covid-19 should be reported
    on the death certificate for all decedents where the disease
    caused or is assumed to have caused or contributed to death.

    If the decedent had other chronic conditions such as COPD or
    asthma that may have also contributed, these conditions can be reported
    in part 2.

    Part 2= Other conditions contributing to death, less significant.

    New ICD code introduced for COVID-19 deaths

    If the deaths certificate reports terms as “probable COVID-19” these
    terms would be assigned the new ICD code.
    It is not likely that NCHS will follow up on these cases.

    The letter urges the doctors to categorize every respiratory related
    death, to covid-19. Even if it is very uncertain.

    Summary NYC data (1/4/2020):
    Covid-19 deaths: 1374, of which 18 had no underlying conditions.

    My comment:
    I think that the wrong data on the disease, cause far more
    problems than the disease.
    Physical, psychological and economic problems.
    And many people are now suddenly pushed into poverty.

  102. Mintaka says:

    I don’t normally post links, but this video that debunks the COVID-19 sham is a must-see.

    It’s from a poster on Jon Rappoport’s site, his comment that links to this video is here,

    I’m not a medical person so some of the things he says are over my head, but what he says makes a whole lot of sense.

    If you like it, spread it! Ehr, the video I mean…

    • Mintaka says:

      Even Dr. Royal Raymond Rife is in there.
      Why is he so unknown, having given us some of the most brilliant inventions?
      We know the answer, don’t we.

      • alexandre says:

        Oh yes, we do.
        I just spoke about him on a reply to CQ, what a coincidence.

        When a guy cures 18 terminal cancer patients and the event is not only witnessed by the medical elite, but also appears in the newspapers, and yet no one ever heard of the guy, we see clearly the power these bastards have over the info – and how committed they are to genocide. You can’t fight entropy, I guess.

        Have you ever heard of Hoxey?

        • Mintaka says:

          I call it synergy, not coincidence.

          Hoxsey, no I hadn’t. Just had a quick look though, will check him out further.
          Have you heard of Rick Simpson and his Phoenix Tears? It’s using the extraction of the hemp bud and turning that into pasty substance. This paste has phenomenal curing ability of cancer.
          He was chased out of Canada by the medical establishment because he was curing too many patients!

          Blackseed Oil is another one, it comes from the Nigella Sativa plant. Very commonly used in Arabic and Far East countries. The locals say: “It cures everything except death”.
          I take a tablespoon of this oil every day before bed.

          • alexandre says:

            Yes, incredible. I heard of the cannabis paste thing, but didn’t know the guy’s name. Max Igan (The Crowhouse) uses it also, in fact says cannabis is man’s closest friend. Or was it Graham Hancock who said that?

            Anyway, as you know, there are many many cures everywhere. My neighbor has some Indian background and he knows some plants. A friend found about 17 cures for cancer other than Rife. The thing is, when you look outside of this little western box, it’s really hard not to find everything you need without the need of some wacko with syringes. People curing stuff with sea water, Ayahuasca, alcaline water, antroposohpy, this that and the other. Another friend that lived in NY cured (completely cured) hepatitis C in São Paulo with a plant that grows everywhere here called “picão” – I have them in my garden, grows by itself like a pest. Doctors in NY found strange when he came back cured (duh). It’s difficult not to find solutions outside this little tiled room we’re in. You have to try very hard to have a cancer epidemic – only the western so-called medicine (along with his brother so-called “food”) could do that. Everything is totally inverted. The planet is practically a giant free pharmacy, and a free restaurant. So sad. And the abundance gets me all the time. My avocado tree every two years gives such an amount of avocados that I don’t know what to do with them. I sell them, give them away, eat them, the other neighbor robs them, the birds eat them and there are still hundreds there. One single tree. Then there’s the goiaba, and the caqui, the pitanga etc etc. It’s just incredible how mind-controlled you have to be to throw all that away and go BUY stuff at the drugstore.

            I’ll look for the Nigella Sativa here. Thanks. And who wants to be cured of death anyway? Only “superior” technocrat schmucks like Eric “the Vomit” Schmidt.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Black Seed
              I have a big bag of Black Seed, which I throw in my smoothies occasionally. I also have the oil in my frig.

              And I throw the seeds out in part of my garden every year, but never do try to harvest the seeds from the plants which sprout up.

              I also use the seeds with my anti-bug mix.

    • manbearpig says:

      Ahhh! It’s you! Thank-you Mintaka for this Jeff G video! I’m really enjoying it! Very thought-provoking!

      And I confess, it’s made me interested in the idea that toxins could be CRISPR-coded into the reproductive cells of a given living entity and transmitted genetically: perhaps even introduced through a vaccine? Apparently some kinds of proteins can be passed into the germline via sperm? But my mind’s not at all clear on this at the moment, need time to process all this new info!

      Back to Jeff G now! thanks again!

      • Mintaka says:

        In case you mis-understood my post.
        The video is not mine, it’s from this poster called J.B. on Rappoport’s website.

        I do post on Rappoport’s site, but not that name.
        Sorry for the confusion.

  103. Truth seeker says:

    Here is the REAL reason there are so many deaths reported from Covid 19! It is the defintion from the CDC! It uses the word, “assumed.” That isnt a definite term.
    See quote from CDC below:

    “It is important to emphasize that Coronavirus Disease 2019 or COVID-19 should be reported on the death certificate
    for all decedents where the disease caused or is assumed to have caused or contributed to death. Other terminology, e.g.,
    SARS-CoV-2, can be used as long as it is clear that it indicates the 2019 coronavirus strain, but we would prefer use of WHO’s
    standard terminology, e.g., COVID-19. Specification of the causal pathway leading to death in Part I of the certificate is also
    important. For example, in cases when COVID-19 causes pneumonia and fatal respiratory distress, both pneumonia and
    respiratory distress should be included along with COVID-19 in Part I. ”

    To find this pdf, search CDC Guidance for certifying Covid 19 deaths.

  104. chrisjs144 says:

    Plandemic… brilliant! It definitely is.

    And also, “panic-demic?”
    The fear has spread faster and infected more people than (I think) the virus ever will. The major carriers of this mind-virus are the media. Reminds me of the Chilli Peppers song “throw away your television…”

    Keep up the good work, everyone, in spreading calm and reason.

    • CQ says:

      Your clever “panic-demic,” chrisjs144, makes me think of “panic-demonic” as well as “pandemonium.”

      Speaking of words, the other day I realized that three “Ph” words — Pharoah and Pharisee and Pharma — all have something else in common: They’re each steeped in dynastic traditions in which they believe themselves to be, as if by divine right, “rulers” over others. Usually their reign is marked by tyranny, oppression, and hypocrisy.

  105. rastra says:

    I’m new to the blog. I need to join or start a discussion group in my area. I feel like one of the last survivors in the Body Snatchers movie. You get within 3 feet of someone and are likely to be met with a blood-curdling scream and/or extended arm finger-pointing. If you give your real opinion you will receive either a Zombie stare or an I’ve-just-seen-an-alien stare. This is great material for a new version of the movie. I need some moral support from real live people in face-to-face relationships that can hopefully develop into an action group. Any suggestions? I live in the Hartford, CT area.

    • candlelight says:


      An action g?roup, hmm? What do youy suggust?

      Sorry, that’s too fucked up.

      It’s just funny. What in the world is an action group?


      PS: Meaning, it would seem you’d like to form a group to take action, right? On what, exactly? For something? Against something? How does a would-be action group find its bearings in this chaos? Upon what platform would it stand? If that’s even a relevant question?….

    • CQ says:

      Welcome, rastra. I’ll think about your request and see if I can come up with a suggestion or two. I have relatives and friends in the Hartford area.

      One guy I have the distinct un-pleasure of being acquainted with — he lives in Simsbury — I’d steer you away from, ‘cuz he seems like a total troll.

      Oh, there’s a woman who has a radio show about 9/11. She may be talking with guests and callers about the latest false flag, too, for all I know. Can’t think of her name at the moment. Will get back to you.

  106. James, you and YouTubers I like “RichieFromBoston” and “CRROW777Radio” are among the VERY FEW truthers that are actually calling bullshit on the coronavirus numbers, that viruses are not alive and are products of cellular activity and can only be transferred via injection into the bloodstream, and that there is a giant control apparatus being moved into place under the cover of this scare. Please do an episode RE troop deployments in the US, State governors’ orders that include door to door testing and removal of family members for “dignified quarantine” against their will (WHO director advocates as much). Richie says this is “for all the marbles,” yet TruthStreamMedia, Next News Network, and just about all the “truth” channels are asleep at the wheel. Richie says that the CIA and quantum computers have wargamed this out perfectly, knowing that a pandemic scare would be a successful ruse; especially given the public’s not holding gov/media accountable for the many false flags (shootings, 911 etc) held successfully in the USA. As people have been quoting Mark Twain recently, “It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.” Humans are so easily led. Love your work, man.

    • candlelight says:

      who the fug is rich from boston?

      rich from boston says….

      ah, if I remember correctly, so does simon.

      I’m gonna chalk it up to Saturday night boogie!

  107. Stefan Andrew says:

    Maybe less of a thought crime, but two thoughts o the whole situation.
    1. The goal posts are kept moving: First the people are told that everyone could get the virus and there is an incubation time and you could infect others. Now the narrative is more and more pushed towards, there are too many asymptomatic cases and breathing alone infects and kills others ( Bad humans. Bad, bad humans. Stop breathing.
    2. The aspect that was already put forward in Event201, that nobody believes the government anyway and the companies need to tell the employees “the truth” is in full swing here in China at least. As a foreigner working for a major international company, we had to sign a document stating that we will abide to the rules (safety distance of one meter, wearing a mask, 14 days self-quarantine, etc.), that we will not spread rumours (in today’s world that means we are not allowed to talk about the virus at all, because nobody knows what is true and what is rumour). Disobedience is punished with, in the worst case, loss of the job. Oh, and the employer decides that you are not allowed to leave the city, even though you are on holiday. Punishment for disobedience…same as above.
    A great many (large, international) companies play along with this official narrative. I guess we are lucky, if we are working for one of them, because they will survive the crash for playing their part in the big game.
    Maybe this second part is a thought crime after all.

    • alexandre says:

      Yeah, kind of an inside thoughtcrime. But wow, you could be punished merely for being writing here at TCR. Here thoughtcrimes galore.

      I don’t know about the lucky part, since the “contract” will be a horror show, from implanted chips, constant monitoring to vaccines certificates and who knows what else. I’d rather get Room 101 myself.

    • manbearpig says:

      Yes, I can say for having conversed with a wide variety of Business English students decade in and decade out, these large companies are fiefdoms that cultivate obedience, conformity and politically correct groupthink. In addition to above average salaries, there are many perks for “belonging” to these companies: 13th month bonus, food vouchers, insurance of course, slashed prices for prestigious vacation spots, reduced rents etc but you must show loyalty and adhere to “company culture” enhanced through “team building” and other group cohesion events.

      While the world waits for social credit scores to finally be rolled out and implemented, as you suggest, they will be perfect entities for making sure everyone gets vaccinated and behaves with proper indignation at those who would forego such innoculation, endangering the Entire Herd!

      In fact, I’ll confess to a weird tic I have: In oral conversation, accidentally, whenever I want to say “company” I say “country” and when I want to say “country” I say “company”… even knowing that I do it, I continue to do it seemingly uncontrollably…


      good morning!

      • alexandre says:

        Morning. Off to bed, but just wanted to agree and say that you have everything for a sudden death recipe there.

        politically correct groupthink
        company culture
        team building
        group cohesion events

        Man, you can kill an artist with that list in about the time it takes to say it.


      • CQ says:

        MBP, if you mean to say “corporation” to your students, do you find yourself blurting out “corporatism” instead? When you’re telling your class about something you saw on Facebook, does “Fascism” come tumbling out of your mouth?

        Do you ever detect in any of your students a latent longing to un-conform? Do you ever encourage them to question authority? Maybe you’ve already talked about those kinds of interactions on other threads . . . .

  108. HomeRemedySupply says:

    BUMP to this here comment

    April 4, 2020
    Authored by James Corbett via,
    The Five Things You Absolutely Cannot Say About COVID-19

    Pssst. You.

    Yeah, you.

    Are you interested in talking about…things? You know, the kind of things that we’re not allowed to talk about anymore? You know, since the…uhhh…“The Event“?….

    (To continue, hit the link or see the article above.)

    • alexandre says:

      Oh shit, Corbett is becoming famous! Oh no. Soon he’ll join Alex Jones, or RedBull…er…RubNews…what was it…. NewsBud, that’s it.

      By the way, I had a wee sneeky look over there and … I think Sibel did botox. Did anyone see it? Just sayin’…

      • candlelight says:


        Knot only did she, the lil witch, perhaps do botox, who knows? I mean, she is a good looking woman in her own right…. BUT! I think she’s definitely doing Erdogan!!!!!! The Bee-ach!

        Sorry, it’s the rum punch! Sat’rday night, right?

        Gonna boogie to the break of day, baybay!

        • alexandre says:

          Yeah, shake that ass, baby!

          • candlelight says:



            • candlelight says:

              By the way, while I’m still logged in, and still enjoying my super-duper rum punch x 3, I forgot to mention that anyone discussing WW3, seems not to have gotten or remembered James’ point about a seemingly in-you-face, under-the-radar, somewhat secretive, coalition, if you will, betwixt China and the West. Even if there seems to be skirmishes, here and there, and the flexing of military might, yadayadayada.

              Yet, besides the ins and outs of the covid-19 debacle being far from clear, what is clear is that this is not WW3.

              For a clear description of WW3, I defer to none other than Mr. Einstein. Albert. And Albert said, WW3 will be fought with sticks and stones.

              That, my friends, sticks and stones, is what defines WW3. Not skirmishes, and not pandemics.

              All else, my friends, is misunderstanding.

              And, with that said, Sunday beckons….

              • alexandre says:

                I would say Albert unknowingly was referring actually to WW4, but image where THAT could take us.

                Rum kills COVID-19, and 20 too!

                There’s an old guy here that drinks “pinga” like water. Once he was bitten by a scorpion, and the scorpion died. True story.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      BUMP to this here and above comment

      April 3, 2020
      (see Zero Hedge above)
      Authored by James Corbett
      The Things You CANNOT Say About Coronavirus

  109. HomeRemedySupply says:

    April 3, 2020 Friday
    Project Veritas
    Manhattan, New York
    NYC Health Officials Assess Impact; Counterterrorism Officer: A Lot of “Misinformation” About Virus
    (6 minutes)

  110. dave.kushin says:

    For about ten tears I was Dir/VP Media Relations for the world’s most published PR firm for industrial and technology companies. I know how this could be exposed inexpensively and far more quickly by a series of short videos and emails. I don’t charge any money. I don’t sell anything . . . Dave

  111. irimias says:

    I got attacked from everyone I know in my city for just trying to live my normal life. I posted some official WHO stats in a facebook group and everyone attacked me and banned me reacting as if I had murdered children.

    • alexandre says:

      Almost like a religious war.

    • Noahsark723 says:

      People who are sitting around watching the mainstream are being psychologically programed by some of the most sophisticated mind control methods ever devised.

      People are literally giving their minds over to the “experts” through the superstition of authority and they are molding their minds as if it is putty in their hands.

  112. Shafi'iy says:

    Hi James and all subscribers and readers of Corbett Report! I am a new subscriber. James’ work is highly resourceful and beneficial. I am grateful to him for his work and contribution to genuine journalism and scholarship.

    These are my thoughtcrimes for now. I am afraid I will have too many, so I will just keep with two:

    1. The number one culprit pushed out into the open to do the crime on behalf of the scientists, is the test kit. He it is who is doing all the crime. We ought to break that fella’s nose. He is the Scripture the politicians and the media are pointing to. “Don’t ask me how the numbers are rising. That is what the Scripture is saying.”

    2. His accomplice is the belief that a virus spreads. No two scientists seem to be in agreement that a virus can spread from person to person. They are always not so sure. They are always unable to define how much it can spread, how it can spread, how airborne is airborne, etc. They had created the Unique Disease Principle against their own case, so now they are unable to prove a virus can pass from one person to another. Even if it does, they are unable to prove it results in disease and illness. Many of their studies have failed. The last time they conducted a study on 8 patients infected by SARS-CoV (in the US – 2003/4) attended to by 110 healthcare workers in the same ward (half of them not protected by gloves and masks) none were infected by the virus even after being exposed to patients’ sneezing, coughing and vomiting at close transmissible range. After reading all their own studies, how can I still continue to believe a virus can spread and cause disease?

  113. AstroSweat says:

    I have spent the past 3 months sifting through tons of dry language medical sites like Cochrane Library of Medical Research, American Journal of the Medical Sciences, JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association ,the CDC even the FDA looking for just one study that absolutely isolated the supposed “new virus”. You know how many I found? None. Not even the mention of a double blind study of say a thousand samples that could definitely say for instance… “sample 256 shows the host is ill from sars2 covid” .
    They have had ample time to take 2000 or more like 10000 samples and have them double blind tested and then have those retested by a third party to see if the results correlate. Then isolate and identify with an electron microscope a truly purified specimen. Nope not done. I won’t be done either. Too much at risk now following the current false trend.
    As far as the PCR test goes? Every single manufacturer that is listed in the FDA site that makes a test has a disclaimer: “This test kit is not to be used for diagnostic evaluation”. Yet we close the economy over statistics from a false source of data!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks so much for the anecdote and personal research!

    • alexandre says:

      For some reason this point you talk about seems verboten even for the alternative media and conspiracy nuts like us, with few exceptions. That it’s a scam, everyone seems to agree, but that the virus may not even exist and it’s just a re designation, seems to be too much. This is similar to people saying that, although 911 was indeed done by Osama and AlQaeda, TPTSB took advantage and used it for their goals. Or a friend of mine, back in 2001, saying “they wouldn’t go so far” when I asked him if he thought 911 was an inside job. So yes, you re-re-confirmed what others have been saying, and bravo for that, but apparently not many are prepared to go down that road. Not even Corbett.

    • mkey says:

      Can you provide sources for manufacturer specifications?

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