THIS Is What World War III Looks Like

03/22/2020212 Comments

Here's a question for you: How do you know when you're at war?

When there are troops on the streets? When mass panic hits? When there's martial law and the public is told to batten down the hatches for a months-long or years-long siege? When world "leaders" tell their populations that the enemy is to blame for all the carnage?

If these are the criteria, then that means we're at war right now.

Troops on the streets? Check.

Mass panic? Check.

Martial law and the public being told to batten down the hatches? Check and check.

World leaders telling their populations that the enemy is to blame for all the carnage? Check and check.

Yes, by all of those metrics, we're at war. But no one is calling it war. Why not? Because, in the minds of the public, there really is only one metric for judging our war status: whether troops are in the battlefield shooting at each other. Surely that's war, right?

But then, why is Merkel invoking World War II in her attempt to explain the current crisis to the German people? Why are we being told that the times we are living through are worse than war? Why is misleader after misleader, from Trump to Trudeau to seemingly everyone else, invoking old wartime emergency measures and preparing for full-scale martial law?

Still not enough to convince you that the world is now at war? Well then, why did Donald Trump declare war on coronavirus and anoint himself a "war-time president"? Why did Macron look steely-eyed into the cameras and pronounce "nous sommes en guerre"? Why are Boris Johnson, Moon Jae-in, and seemingly every other so-called "leader" in the world piling on in their declarations of war?

The truth is that the world is at war now. And that war is World War III. The difference is that no one (as yet) understands the nature of this war, who its combatants are, and what the objective of those waging it really is.

I know you're incredulous, so allow me to explain. . . .

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  1. manbearpig says:

    Good general recap of the situation;

    As I’m not steeped in the American psychotic media mind miasma I hadn’t really seen that Trump was insisting on calling this king of all viral BS “the Chinese Virus”.

    On the contrary, what I’d heard from numerous sources was that China’s drastic libertycide management of this contrived crisis has been eminently efficient. The French press this morning was saying that for the 3rd or 4th day in a row China has no new cases, their methods should be emulated and now we hear that confinement alone is not enough.

    So, I have the impression that China and its social credits and totalitarian and technocratic methods of managing its population will henceforth become less of a scorned boogyman and more of an applauded model.

    And, yes, I’ve read a lot from various sources that suggests this is now the new eternally invisible, invincible enemy of terror justifying permanent war measures and total rearrangement of the global socio-economic organisation with the UN and other “global bodies” assuming a very pivotal role…

    which means anything goes, as the saying goes

    All’s fair in love and war.

    • phreedomphile says:

      Salut, MBP, you’re faster than Doc Holiday! 😉

      Wasn’t the 2010 Rockefeller report’s theoretical finding “the China totalitarian model is best for a pandemic” the a priori outcome all along? Next, hang tight as the west is whipped into fear of losing it all if they don’t beg for more authoritarian control. If the west is made to languish and die economically, then the mantle of global enforcer can go to the regime that has zero regrets harvesting organs from peaceful Falun Gong followers and torturing China’s human rights lawyers the past few years. Then there will no longer exist even a facade of human rights.

      Again, Italians take it in the shorts and they were the only nation, AFAIK, strongly protesting mandatory vaccines last year. Sounds like a Hollywood plot. Oh wait, maybe that’s because folks like Aldous ‘Mind Control’ Huxley, Psychological Warfare division head and frequent Infowars “guest” psychiatrist Dr. Stephen Pieczenik, and Steve Bannon have all been Hollywood script writers.

      Given the signs of serious damage to our health from electromagnetic fields are just beginning to rise to the surface in a big way, I would venture the timing of this police state takeover isn’t a coincidence.

      I understand Jupiter is gaining popularity in France for his stellar performance. Where’s that targeted asteroid strike when we need it?

      • phreedomphile says:

        P.S. While I’ve been aware of the concept of exosomes for some time regarding stem cell mechanisms of healing, and exosomes from food absorbed by the microbiome and our gut cells, the application of this concept to viruses intersecting with EMFs/5G is an absolute ‘outside the box’ revelation. Especially given the potential ramifications. See Dr. Thomas Cowan’s brief 10 minute explanation (worth the time! and there’s always 2x speed).


        BTW, 5G is approximately 30 fold greater EMF exposure compared to what most of us are currently exposed to. As it is, even without 5G exposure we’re in big trouble.

        Cowan refers to Arthur Firstenberg’s book The Invisible Rainbow. Here are examples from that book of a link to major pandemics and the roll out of new electrical fields. Link below is a summary of the book. …I suspect there’s more to it regarding the nature of viruses, but this is great food for thought as a larger more complex paradigm, imho.

        Historically, the major influenza pandemics / outbreaks closely match the dates of new forms of EMF exposure:

        1889 Powerlines introduced in the US and around the world : Influenza pandemic
        1918 Radio Era began : Spanish Flu
        1957 Radar Era began : Asian Flu
        1968 Satellite Era began : Hong Kong flu pandemic

        Reference for associations: 5gexposed(dot)com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/English-Summary-of-The-Invisible-Rainbow-A-History-of-Electricity-and-Life-3.pdf

        Whistleblowers are now reporting public schools in the US are getting 5G installed during the lock down. Also some shopping malls. A new powerful wifi system in Canada appeared to result in three heart attacks in children, two died and one was resuscitated. Another child required a pacemaker after developing an arrhythmia.

        There’s much more to this. Please look into this folks. A Dr. Martin Pall presentation is a great place to start.

        Dr. Martin Pall on 5G technology

        • manbearpig says:

          “Whistleblowers are now reporting public schools in the US are getting 5G installed during the lock down. Also some shopping malls. A new powerful wifi system in Canada appeared to result in three heart attacks in children, two died and one was resuscitated. Another child required a pacemaker after developing an arrhythmia.”


          • phreedomphile says:

            Yep. My better half is a busy physician. He’s extremely alarmed at the number of younger persons, especially men, developing arrhythmias. He saw a bizarre cluster of ALS last month, 3 new cases in one week. Gets one of those a year on average. Maybe coincidence but this can’t be an isolated problem.

            By the time someone develops Parkinson’s symptoms they have already lost 80 to 85 percent of their dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra. Our bodies are great at compensating until they can’t and then there’s often a crash.

            I think we’re right on the cusp, if you get my drift.

            Take good care, MBP, watch the carbs and enjoy that wonderful French cuisine avec beaucoup de beurre! No margarine or seed oils.

        • CantBelieveEverythingIHear says:

          phreedomphile: the 10 minute Cowan video on YouTube explaining exosomes & 5G that you referenced has already been removed. I’m getting an error message that says, “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines”. I truly never thought that I would see the day where the government, associated news agencies and corporations would be allowed to remove all dissenting opinions. I’m stunned (and more than afraid for the future). I want all “whacko” posts to remain, even if I think the content is complete crap (because I value the alleged right to “Freedom of Speech”).

          • phreedomphile says:

            Yes, CantBelieveEverythingIHear, Susan Wojcicki recently said YouTube will take down all videos that don’t reflect what the WHO is saying. Ridiculous. Cowan didn’t even go that far in his statements, he was reporting accepted facts (dates of events) and published science. He was simply interpreting those facts with a different model / lens. In our lifetimes, there was a time when a boycott backlash could derail this kind of censorship. What choice do we have now except to decentralize our online contact methods and be mindful that the ‘plandemic’ was done to begin taking steps to control our movements and local interactions with other people (in case we start organizing locally?).

            BTW, yesterday I listened to an interview of an author of a book on the 1918 pandemic. Turns out the US government issued draconian laws forbidding criticism of the govt and truthful reporting of the nature of the spreading illness. It was the reverse situation, they were downplaying the situation. If you’re interested, the link is below. The first hour is a great historical overview. After that the author veers into partisan politics which I didn’t care for.


            Keep lighting those brush fires and fighting the good fight. 😉

      • manbearpig says:

        “Where’s that targeted asteroid strike when we need it?”

        dammit! hold yer horses there! I’m working on it! But first I gotta fix this qwerty azerty conundrum! Don’t stress me out or I might screw up my calculations and hit the Taj Mahal or Disneyland or something by accident!

    • Matt.c says:

      Think people will finally get it when the election is cancelled indefinitely?

    • Camille says:

      Speaking of the UN… I’m really only just looking at this now, but I imagine it can’t be good.

      The UN is joining the “fight” in South American, Africa, and some other places. There’s a map and country list on page 6 of the last pdf linked below. I guess it was announced earlier today.

      Launch of the COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan

    • manbearpig says:

      “…what I’d heard from numerous sources was that China’s drastic libertycide management of this contrived crisis has been eminently efficient…
      …So, I have the impression that China and its social credits and totalitarian and technocratic methods of managing its population will henceforth become less of a scorned boogyman and more of an applauded model…”


      “China took at least 12 strict measures to control the coronavirus. They could work for the US, but would likely be impossible to implement.
      24/03/2020, 13:51

      “US and China set aside coronavirus differences and pledge to work together”
      Catherine Wong
      Published: 12:36pm, 31 Mar, 2020

      Global coronavirus pandemic will be over by June if countries follow China’s example of taking strict measures, senior Beijing medical adviser claims
      Published: 15:02 BST, 12 March 202

      World Economic Forum


      “Global Agenda COVID-19 China Future of Health and Healthcare

      6 lessons from China’s Zhejiang Province and Hangzhou on how countries can prevent and rebound from an epidemic like COVID-19”

      Lessons 3 and 5:

      “3. Big data and information technology are important to avoiding a rebound.”

      Say hello to the digital Health Credit System!

      “5. Implementation of preventive measures in communities, schools, businesses, government offices and homes can influence the trajectory of this epidemic.”

      So, of course, say hello to mandatory vaccines!

      In fact, I bet we’ll all be allowed to go back to our workplaces at least for a certain time just so they can corral us all on the site of our livlihoods to roll up our sleeves in the convivial context of our offices and get the vaccines like dutiful citizens with colleagues and bosses there to apply the necessary peer pressure on the reticent!

  2. manbearpig says:

    Boy, that Off-Guardian “Recommended Reading” article has just about made my rather dismal day!

    “…No, I’m not an epidemiologist, but I have a close friend who knows a guy who dated a woman who dated a doctor who personally knows another doctor who works in a hospital in Italy somewhere, and she (i.e., my friend, not the doctor in Italy) posted something on Facebook yesterday that was way too long to read completely but was a gut-wrenching account of how Covid-19 is killing Kuwaiti babies in their incubators!

    Or maybe it was Italian babies. Like I said, it was too long to read…”

    and it just gets better from there!

    Gotta love this site! (The Corbett Report!)

    • manbearpig says:

      “So this is how Liberty dies… with thunderous applause!”

      This is what has been so profoundly annoying me these past few days where at 8 pm sharp the citizens of Lyon rush to their windows to offer thunderous applause to the country’s health professionals; I mean, I have nothing against health professionals, it’s just that I’ve been sensing something more along the lines of the above quote.

      This quote was in fact posted under the title of an article written by Kit Knightly.

      Indeed, having so thoroughly enjoyed the Off-Guardian article in the recommended reading I went straight to their site and found this new one from yesterday which opens with a reference to… James Corbett! and his “Is This the Big Event” article! The author then goes on to develop on his propos appropriately entitled:

      “Coronavirus Crackdown – Beware “the new normal” Martial Law in Lombardy, all of France under house arrest & UK passes sweeping “Coronavirus Bill”…our world is being reshaped. But only if we let it…

      “…This encouragement of ersatz community spirit is all a prelude to the passing of the Coronavirus Bill, a truly terrifying piece of legislation.

      The proposed measures span everything from the predictably totalitarian to the worryingly bizarre.

      First, the police can detain a person they suspect of being infectious:

      Therefore, the bill will enable the police and immigration officers to detain a person, for a limited period, who is, or may be, infectious and to take them to a suitable place to enable screening and assessment.

      But don’t worry, it’s only for a “limited period” (which is legally meaningless. A “limited period” can be defined as any time less than forever.)

      They will also remove “restrictions” on vaccination:

      removing a current restriction in how Scottish territorial Health Boards can deliver vaccination programmes would mean that, when a vaccine becomes available, it can reach as many people as possible…”

      Reading sane voices offers meager solace; but some solace nonetheless, if only because they are sane even if the news isn’t good.

      • alexandre says:

        First, you don’t have to, or shouldn’t have to explain that you have nothing against health care workers. That should be freaking obvious – not to the politically correct zombies, which are not here.

        Second – yes, they will be able to do whatever they want to anybody. The sky is not even the limit anymore, due to the complete absolute faith and fidelity shown by the subjects, filled up with fear. They have in place a structure that is a perfect dream device for anything they ever want to do. Until, that is, someone says “fuck off” just once, which doesn’t appear to be a possibility.

        I’m gonna post an actual conspiracy theory. A theory that just occurred to me. I’ll do it on separate individual post here somewhere.

    • Libertydan says:

      That’s a lot of somebody who’s knows somebody said something, eh!
      The Corbett Report has openly posted references that directly back up his arguments, and I have seen other sources that could be used to back his conclusion.
      99% of the so called “Corona Deaths” in Italy had other preexisting conditions and likely would have died from those conditions over the next few months. It should also be noted (by simply math) that given a life expectancy of 75 years, 1.5% of a population will die each year of something. Indeed, introducing a Flu Virus to people that are already on their last leg is likely to kill them, but it is worth bankrupting the world economy to postpone these deaths a month or two? The number of people dying of hunger in third world countries each day far exceeds those dying of “The Virus” (even with the greatly over stated numbers).
      As I see it, the world economy is being brought down deliberately so as to create another “Great Depression” (likely worse than 1929) that will enable the elites to control people like we have not seen in our life times. If you think you see people willing to commit any immoral act for money now days, perhaps some research on why and how the Nazi Party was able to recruit when they did is in order.
      Staying home for 2 to 4 weeks is not the issue. It’s what follows that we need to prepare for!

      • manbearpig says:

        Hey Mr. Dan!

        “That’s a lot of somebody who’s knows somebody said something, eh!”

        Yea! Looks like my LinkedIn page!

        “but it is worth bankrupting the world economy to postpone these deaths a month or two?”

        With that question they’ve gotcha where they want ya conspiracy theorist!

        “As I see it, the world economy is being brought down deliberately … that will enable the elites to control people like we have not seen in our life times. ”

        Yes, destruction of SMEs, introduction of various more or less hidden forms of UBI, nationalization, philanthropic FAANGS sunk into the system like ticks you can’t rip out, to create the circular economy…I’m concerned for my boss for the first time in 23 years, and not about whether he’ll be able to hire me again, but for his lifelong livelihood, his company…

        “Staying home for 2 to 4 weeks is not the issue. It’s what follows!”

        Agree on that too! But cabin fever has proven catastrophic for my waistline!

        • Libertydan says:

          I go for a walk everyday. It clears my head, not to mention other health related issues, including my waistline.
          I grew up in a world without Cellphones, much less Commuters, and now Smartphones that can track your every move. Not to say that the propaganda of the “Cold War” didn’t have any effect on me, but I was able to express my objections without being monitored.
          While I was out socializing with my friends, (we had a lot of large social gatherings in those days), Geeks like Bill Gates were tucked away in some Computer Lab. Indeed, the desire to acquire money and power seem to be in his DNA. What would the world do without these people? eh!

  3. ztaco says:

    It has pretty much gone viral, but the David Icke interview was solid ( ). I seriously hope this isn’t the final nail in the coffin for humanity, but rather just another single nail added to the coffin, ala 9/11 and JFK.

    • Libertydan says:

      Great interview with David Icke. He clearly seems to change the views of the Interviewer.

    • Sebastian De Clarke says:

      I am generally not his fan, but this interview was really good. He really mention some good points.

  4. ClintTorrez says:

    QFC – Hello James,
    I have always played with the idea of the emerging 4th Reich and it was somewhat humorous as I would observe oblivious participants in the class war(with issues of materialism) fuelling disdain for fellow humans at a glance while issuing judgements like a drive-by shooting through the car windows while weilding the latest BMW station wagon SUV’s at the homeless and less fortuned. There were quite a few tendencies and similarities, but nothing concrete until of course recently with the TPTSB throwing every control grid at us all at once, worldwide. What is your opinion, is the world hurtling into the clutches of a “4th Reich” empire expasion. Was it laying low under the auspices of rebrandings until now to give the BIS and IMF & Bilderbergers unmitigated control in a push for a death knell toward world dominance? Also, do you think Russia’s move to drop the price of oil in OPEC disrupt markets was a coordinated effort to squeeze the Chinese economy until the Chinese push back, thus as a build up to WW1 like paralell reaction in the vein of your Echoes of WW1 talk? I know this is is more than one question, but there is a common theme here.
    Thank you, James!

  5. Robert says:

    James, as always, I tip my hat to you. Thank you so very much for keeping up the good work!
    We are all able to see the volatility and fear in the community. I want to inspire people to take any action. Yes, we are in a war!
    As Patrick Henry said “Give me liberty of give me death”
    Yesterday, I walked in my community with my weapon of choice a shotgun microphone, a “selfy” stick and my phone. Recorded videos walking in the community and entering local businesses. I gave the video to all the local businesses and the local chamber of commerce. I even got $40 dollars as a donation from one of the businesses.
    Can anyone top that? friendly challenge.
    Spoiler, there are no losers here.

  6. alecpalek says:

    I live in denmark.
    A few days ago, queen Margarethe held a speech, stylised by the media as ‘extraordinary’.
    She appealed to the young danes, saying they were loosing their grand parents.
    She held her speech sitting in front of a chess board.
    Yesterday the officials announced, that it is illegal to stroll around the lakes in the middle of town in other than the officialy allowed direction.
    A one way traffic to keep people separated.
    By now, i have the impression that the social engineers here in scandinavia have a field day, laughing on their way to the bank about the utter stupidity of many of the citizens.

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:

    In this article, James Corbett says:
    This is the true nature of World War III. It is being waged right now. And, in the eyes of the authoritarians, we are the enemy…
    …Yes, folks, whether you know it or not, World War III has already begun….

    If you have not seen it, especially because it becomes so very relevant to these current events, I recommend that you watch…

    9/3/2019 upload (from 2017)
    5 STARS
    (18 minutes)
    Interview 1474 – James Corbett on Echoes of WWI
    “During the Open Mind Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2017, the organizers recorded an interview with James Corbett about his presentation, Echoes of WWI: China, the US, and the Next “Great” War. This is that interview.”

    Cited in this article:
    September 2017
    Episode 320 – Echoes of WWI: China, the US, and the Next “Great” War

    Some more of The Corbett Report articles and videos cited in this newsletter of March 22, 2020 ”THIS Is What World War III Looks Like”

    6/16/2019 Clash of Civilizations 2.0

    11/10/2014 Episode 297 – China and the New World Order

    12/13/2019 Episode 369 – Globalization is Dead. Long Live the New World Order!

    11/17/2019 Your Guide to a World on Fire (with Subscriber Video)

    • hanky says:

      Who is James Corbett?

      • alexandre says:

        Whoa, that was like a George Foreman jab. Nice. 😀

        • hanky says:

          I know Home Remedy Supply.
          I think he can handle it.

          BTW: For any who might get lost in my excess cleverness, I think James Corbett does truly Outstanding work. And I am glad he is here, and I follow his reports, especially now.

          • alexandre says:

            No, I meant to me. The phrase was so funny, “Who is James Corbett?” it was like a jab. Never expected. Sorry, I intruded.

            • hanky says:

              As Bob Dylan sang…
              “Don’t follow leaders,
              Feed the parkin’ meters”.


              • alexandre says:

                As Drew Carry would say … “That’s me!”

                Didn’t know Henri Bergson.

              • candlelight says:

                No, hanky,

                It’s “Don’t follow leaders, watch the parkin’ meters”

                It carries a totally different meaning.

                But, anyway, that’s an awesome quote by Henri Bergson.

                And, quite frankly, reading it I felt the same way as alexandre.

                #That’s me, too!

                By the way, what’s excessive cleverness? How?

              • hanky says:

                I think ambiguous sarcasm would be a better choice of words than excessive cleverness.
                How do you interpret the Dylan line?
                How do you know how I, or anyone else, does so?

              • alexandre says:

                AH, fellers, but that’s art, you see. Ambiguity, different meanings at once, you see this, I see that, we talk, we both see a little bit more of the mystery, that picture that lies beyond duality, our consciousness expands a little. That’s the – at least on of the – functions of art.

              • manbearpig says:

                which is why poppy crum is so dangerous cause she wants earbuds to read your brain waves so artists can know what we’re feeling to know if their intentions were received.

                she doesn’t realize artists (and spectators) learn more about themselves when others interpret their art “incorrectly”…

                if she has her way, no more ambiguity…

              • hanky says:

                I love art.

                The meaning of art is ambiguous (and becoming more so)

                The meaning of love is ambiguous (and becoming more so)

                Is the meaning of “I” even becoming a bit ambiguous?

                My way through this world is often definitely non-linear,but it takes all kinds.

                Some people are even ambidextrous.

              • candlelight says:

                Ambiguity is ambiguity, cleverness is cleverness, and the original lyrics to Dylan’s song is the original lyrics to Dylan’s song.

                If “Who is James Corbett” is ambiguous, sarcasm notwithstanding, that means you’re saying it’s open to interpretation, more than one meaning.

                So, if a single sentence can carry more than one meaning, it stands to reason that two different sentences might very well carry different meanings to an even greater extent, and not mean the same thing as each other, necessarily.

                To me, in the context of the song “feed the parkin’ meters” and “watch the parkin’ meters” without going into detailed interpretations, have two distinct connotations and feelings attached to them. Regardless of how I interpret each, they both connote disparate meanings. But, that’s me.

                How you, or I, or anybody else interprets the song wasn’t my point.

                By the way, I’ve always loved Subterranean Homesick Blues:


                “Watcha Pawking Metaws”.

                Love it!!

                Ha, posting this just now, I see your post above….

                We think more alike than you may think. lol

              • pearl says:

                #That’s me,too!!

                Hanky, I can’t tell you how moved I am by that quote. I’ve been on the verge of tears all day, and that pushed me over the edge. Damn hormones.

              • candlelight says:

                Hey, can we start a new movement here?

                #That’s me, too!

                It’s catchy, isn’t it, pearl?

                It’s genesis being here, at TCR, imagine how many people it would draw to the website!!!!

                We could use the quote as its theme, since it’s so universal in feeling….er, subject to interpretation, of course. 🙂

              • pearl says:

                “It’s catchy, isn’t it, pearl?”

                Yep, and your clever hashtag wasn’t lost on me. To drive the point home, caps and comma need to be removed. Then again, I could’ve interpreted you all wrong 😉 .

                But as to attracting new members, surely this plandemic is doing that already!

              • alexandre says:

                Ok, Candlelight’s point was not ambiguity, I messed up again, but still…it’s a good conversation.

                Poppy crum, argh…”it” appears again. The end of ambiguity is the end of humanity – exactly why vermin like Erik Schmidt want Google to give you ONE CORRECT answer. Now, that’s a virus for you. On the other hand, poor virus. No, these guys need new swearings. Non-ambiguous new swearings. They can’t handle ambiguity, art, love, freedom, creativity, improvisation, poetry, all things human. No, they like calculators and rulers, and rules. A billion petabytes of rules. Envious little excrementic agnglhbasters.

                Here’s a good video to relax the mind – Bernstein talking ambiguity. In musical terms, but still…

                The Delights & Dangers of Ambiguity:

            • hanky says:

              Oops! I just caught the difference between Dylan’s version, and mine. Apparently, he said WATCH the parkin’ meters, and I have been saying FEED, all these decades. Thank you for pointing that out. Now, I can submit my copyright, as it is clearly different.

              • candlelight says:

                Ha ha!!!


                It certainly is! See, we think alike, after all….

                Or, are you just being clever, again?

                It’s sooo ambiguous!

              • hanky says:

                Well, this thread certainly expanded a lot because of my hasty and careless reading of the first Candlelight reply. I trust that Dylan actually said ‘Watch the parkin’ meters’. I have always said “feed” the parkin meters. So, maybe if I didn’t give him credit in my post, this open exchange would have gathered a lot less comments. I guess I preferred the more sarcastic “feed” subconsciously. Anyway, I forgive myself. I hope you will too.
                But since the topic opened up…It seems that a lot of the progress of art, and most clearly music, hinges on mutated copies,often unintentional. It seems to be common to all creative endeavors, from cooking to gymnastics. Does it apply to the evolution of life and culture? It used to be a mainstay, but I agree, the PTB don’t like it, as they are so committed to continuing down a narrow path of controlability. As the computers get faster and smarter, the path is arguably wider, but it is only in one of an infinite number of ways human progress can go, and it is fatally tainted by the corruption of the people who gain power through this paradigm.
                I often think about stuff like that. (I am a professional artist, and semi-pro musician).

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Just so others know…

                Hanky is a tremendous professional Artist!

                and very versatile semi-professional Musician!

                and has long been a strong Activist!

                and is sometimes a smartass…

                He tells it how he sees it.


              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Hanky at it again…

                This is REALLY SCARY!

              • alexandre says:

                Not your fault, hanky. I was the one that started with the ambiguity thing. Sorry about that.

                Great work, by the way. I’m watching the stretching plastic thing. Very cool.

  8. ANDREW GULAK says:

    So many smart people in here! I feel like I shouldn’t dare write anything, lest I should expose my sub par education and reasoning capabilities. I feel compelled to ask a question. I haven’t seen it mentioned in here, nor have I heard James mention it anywhere: Does the Grand Solar Minimum factor anywhere into this? Could it be one of the driving factors? It certainly is being covered in the podcast circles I follow.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I don’t know Andy.
      I haven’t seen its mention.

      Manbearpig, she often keeps up with the climate stuff.
      She might know.

    • manbearpig says:

      Really interesting question, thanks for asking it. I had been interested in the solar connection between solar minima and earthquake and/or volcanic activity (cosmic rays stirring up subterranean matter). Had forgotten about the possible viral connection.

      Perhaps it has more to do with the permeability of our geo-magnetic field rather than solar activity per se (though obviously directly connected)?

      “…More significantly, in our view, during solar minimum, new viruses,
      bacteria and other microscopic biological entities can penetrate the
      interplanetary magnetic field barrier and reach the stratosphere.
      Descent of such particles to ground level by means of gravitational
      settling might take months or years depending on size.
      The final descent phase through the troposphere would be mostly controlled by
      meteorological events.

      It is also of interest to note that the first descent of viral-sized particles deposited in the stratosphere will occur at places where the stratosphere is thinnest; and by this argument populated areas of China lying eastward of the Himalayan mountain range would present the best candidates. It is therefore not surprising to find that first strikes of new or renewed viral diseases are
      often recorded in China. We should however stress that not every minimum in the sunspot cycle would be associated with a new epidemic or new pathogen. Additional conditions need to be fulfilled, most importantly
      that the Earth has recently encountered a stream of cometary debris
      containing disease-causing dust-e.g. phages, virions, microorganisms…”

      BUT other studies suggest that:

      “The correlation we see between solar activity and the occurrence of these pandemics could be best explained in terms of one strong relationship, rather than a chain of smaller ones. Kádár et al., (1981), proposed that the effects of weather on propagation could be the relevant factor. The solar relationship with climate is believed to be significant, but is highly non-linear and difficult to quantify. The suggestion by Kilbourne (1976) that the periodicity is in antigenic shifts may be a better explanation. This provides a strong, single phenomenon to be modulated…

      …However it is not clear how the antigenic shifts might be caused. The influenza virus survives only short periods in the open air. Could the shifts occur in the hosts? Changing levels of ultraviolet flux could affect hosts at the dermal and subdermal levels…”,%20health,%20and%20the%20Sun/Tapping,%20Mathias,%20Surkan%20-%20Pandemics%20&%20solar%20activity.pdf

      I’m pretty convinced however that TPTSB have a more privilaged access to such key information and would know how to exploit it…

      PS: As a disclaimer to the above and concerning “sub par education and reasoning capabilities”, this is a chronic condition I suffer from personally which should perhaps be born in mind when reading my comments.

      • manbearpig says:

        It occurs to me that the second part of the first quote in the comment above, concerning China, certainly would be convenient for the propagandistic purposes of TPTSB…

        “…It is also of interest to note that the first descent of viral-sized particles deposited in the stratosphere will occur at places where the stratosphere is thinnest; and by this argument populated areas of China lying eastward of the Himalayan mountain range would present the best candidates. It is therefore not surprising to find that first strikes of new or renewed viral diseases are often recorded in China…”

        (and “privilaged” should be “privileged”.)

      • alexandre says:

        ManBearPig….I didn’t know. I’m impressed. What else do you know so much about that I should know? Have I been talking to a PHD or som’?

        Hi, Andrew. If MBP up there is a chronic sub par, that makes me an sub-armadillo.

        A joke.
        A guy goes to the Dr to have a physical.
        Doc says: “You have to stop masturbating”.
        Guy says: “Why?”
        Doc says: “Because I’m trying to give you a physical”.

  9. ledhead1789 says:

    Once again, James hit the nail squarely on the head. But to my way of thinking, and for anyone that is a regular Corbett Report fan, this is not breaking news. So the question becomes, how do we fight back?

    James brought up the idea the other day on New World Next (or this!?) Week – people need to decide what their line in the sand is. Is it forced vaccinations? I guess I’d love to hear what others think about how we can realistically fight back and/or what others “line in the sand” is.

    I’ve also considered the idea that whether real or blown out of proportion, this virus has the benefit (from the globalist’s point of view) of discouraging people gathering together, which obviously makes organizing meaningful resistance harder to achieve. And when you couple that with the looming internet crackdown, I shudder when I think about the consequences.

    Bottom line – beyond spreading this information, how do we slow down this high-speed train that’s barreling over a cliff (and where the bottom happens to be the most dystopian matrix nightmare imaginable?)

    • sebastian.s says:

      I could not agree more with you more. I have been following James for some time, but just recently I have joined his membership.

      On one side, I can see this is nothing new, but on the other side, and for the first time I can ACTUALLY see what is going on. It is like someone unplugged me and than plugged me again.

      Just like you I want to know how to fight back. I love how ames compared this to the hybrid warfare.

      When I see articles like these:

      1. ‘There are literally bodies in the streets of Italy so why won’t people listen? Stay home’

      or this

      2. ‘Italian nurse: ‘An experience I would compare to a world war’

      or even this:

      3. ‘Doctor posts powerful selfie after nine-hour shift with coronavirus patients’

      … I feel overwhelmed by the paranoia of the society. No one is questioning anything ! Forget, about thoinking about the future.

      We all know that the real impact would be seen in different forms (i.e. economical).

      Without shadow of the doubt the United Kingdom will be in lock-down by the end of the week, and we are to blame for it ! (Not good enough in social distancing nonsense) Shockingly, people are happy about this !

      With total majority government can pass any legislation !

      but for me … the key question remains: what kind of person I want to be when ‘hysteria’ disappear?
      (and I am talking from professional, social, personal, economical, spiritual and philosophical angle.

      1. Personally, I do not think mandatory vaccination will be forced upon population. There would be no need for this. Most of them would be happy to voluntarily undertake them. I might be wrong …

      2. Internet crackdown and disinformation warfare will intensifies, and again, how can we resist this, or even better; how can we be one step ahead of them? (I will for sure go through all James material as I am sure he pointed out this somewhere)

      3. I think it is also important to keep ourselves psychologically safe. This is psychological warfare. On one of the latest podcast James had conversation with someone reporting from New York, it was clearly visible that even the most experienced can be hijacked by paranoia and given up to fear ! (James, thank you for always remaining detached, professional and logical in your work)

      Personally, I want to be focused and prepared for what is coming six months ahead.

      All the best

      • ledhead1789 says:

        So I agree that many people will volunteer for the vaccination, but check out ID 2020. It’s basically a biometric tattoo that can be scanned to check if people are compliant with vaccinations. It’s being funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which surprise surprise was involved in the Event 201 exercise that was simulating a coronavirus outbreak. I could see this being introduced in tandem with or as part of a social credit system. So they may not necessarily be at your door with guns and a jack boot on your neck, but the more socially acceptable it becomes the more difficult it will be to avoid it.

        Here are some things I’ve done personally.

        1. Get out of fiat as much as possible. This is their greatest source of strength but also their greatest weakness. I only keep as much money in the bank as necessary to pay bills and such. Most people don’t understand fractional reserve banking and that only 10% of anyones cash is in the bank at a given time. In fact, the Fed just changed banks’ reserve requirements to 0% in response to the virus. In my opinion it’s all about hard assets – land, precious metals, property, etc. If you must be in the stock market I’d be heavily into cash unless your plan custodian allows you to buy bear ETFs or establish short positions (which obviously come with their own risk).

        2. Have backup food and water. I have many months of backup food and some emergency barrels full of water. Plus multiple water filters and a bug out bag if that fails (as I currently live in a city). I plan on getting much more into gardening this summer as well as food preservation/canning.

        3. Home protection, i.e. guns or other means of self defense (I live in the U.S. so luckily they haven’t taken away that right completely). Even without guns this can include having plywood to board up windows to protect from looters if things really get ugly.

        4. Not voting – don’t participate in or validate the system. I’ve also considered not paying income taxes but haven’t looked into it too seriously and would be curious if others have experience with this. I’m familiar with Irwin Schiff, but I know he went to jail. Not sure if that was because he was a vocal martyr trying to spread the message or if the IRS goes after anyone that doesn’t pay (because obviously they can track anyone’s income if it’s coming into your bank account.)

        5. Protecting my self as much as possible from EMFs. 5G scares me more than anything because it will be pervasive and isn’t something you can easily opt out of. Especially considering their plan to put 5G satellites into low earth orbit and drown us all in 5G waves. I actually think this is the lynchpin to everything the globalists have planned given the crowd control potential and the internet of things.

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

        • ledhead1789 says:

          Shucks I totally blew the chance to say that the seeds of freedom and resistance should germinate and go EMBRYONIC. Or are those the same thing? Hardy har.

          Ok time for bed for meeeeeeeee.

      • mrbarbecue says:

        You can likely truly see it happen this time, even if you live in a country like Canada (me), where the virus is still not as bad a case than the flu deaths or even elsewhere, because this is like watching CNN on the morning of 9/11 and the next 2-3 weeks, in slow-motion, it’s a little piece of 9/11 pain, sprinkled every day…in Canada though, others like weekly car crash deaths or that occured at night in large cities in bad neighbourhoods that only exist because of the theft of all our treasuries in all countries worldwide by the 2% (even those who make less than 850 000 a year,which was the 1% back in Occupy, 850 000 USD that is, in the bank), now that Trump attached tax breaks to conglomerates counted as persons in 2017, the difference between lower middle class and outright poor is gone. There’s the upper middle class, the working class and the working poor/people who can’t find a job yet have PhD’s who are on welfare who end up getting anxiety and depression issues from what I think the real problem for welfare for people without disabilities bad enough that it would be inhumane not to give them the healthcare and meds needed, my cousin in his now mid 30’s who was a BMX vert pro in his teens and early 20’s who found out he got a mild form of MS, the kind that gets worse slowly every year and kills you around 45, 50 if lucky. Well, he gets 1300 dollars a month and thats still, just so little, thankfully the cost of living is very low in my area of Canada, he can have a 3 room apartment for under 500 dollars rent and he is given a Sativex (THC/CBD) inhaler, it’s like a portable vaporizer,we only have it here and in the UK, docs prefer to script that very expensive inhaler, that will be paid off fractions of fractions of pennies by the rest of the tax payers, well I should be clear, income tax payers, which is becoming easier and easier to be since they ratchet up taxes on the 98%, and the corporate taxes in the US going from 35% to what…15? I thought Canada was horrible for only charging to these NON PEOPLE 14 or 16 this whole time.

        I guess we got more to worry than those damn slackers on welfare when really, the amount is so low for an able bodied and mind person who ends up on welfare by choice or because they gave up trying to get a job, they need to live 4-5 people in a 2 room apartment in some parts of Canada (British Columbia being insanely expensive, second in the world in vancouver in cost of living…What brought that? The 2010 Olympics of course, destroyed a lot of cheap rent quite recently built apartments to make room for their olympics. Looks like this time, they won’t be getting any Olympics. I haven’t watched the last ones since I could care less for summer olympics, winter olympics is where everything from solo to team sports are actually extremely impressive….but the org behind them are nazi eugenicists.

    • mik says:

      We have to be prepared to find strength and courage to continue after train hits the bottom.

      Nowadays I try to convey a message ‘this is not normal, this is beyond insane’.

      I’m asking people:

      Imagine, your car brakes down?
      Your heating device at home brakes down? (and things like that)
      What will you do?

      We had (Zagreb) earthquake yesterday, some older buildings need repairs? How can you find people for repair and how they can buy stuff for repair?
      Btw, it was surreal to hear authorities instant response: Yes there was earthquake, but don’t forget our corona fight. WTF

      • Sebastian De Clarke says:

        It is very interesting that the ‘core’ narrative is exactly the same all over the world. Here, in UK people went berserk and beg Government for full blown lockdown. No one thinks about any economical cost!

        … and Brexit is out of the peoples mind.

        As far as I can see from mass media similar craziness is in Poland, however, they are just at the beginning of this.

        I have gave up with conveying any kind of message to the people who do not want to listen. Ironically, yesterday, I had a chat with homeless person who clearly had some mental health issues, and yet, even he was able to challenge official narrative with thoughtful comments.

        We have officially 94 people (0.011% of Nottinghamshire population) diagnosed with Covid-19 in Nottinghamshire and people would be happy to have army on the streets.


      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        It’s globally contagious!
        Not the coronavirus –
        the insane mindset.

      • mkey says:

        Earthquake handling was quite disgusting. The minister of the interior, acting as our god almighty, had to queue in the media and make them reinitialize priorities. Currently, the quake had a higher death count, one 15 year old girl perished due to injuries.

        • mik says:

          All quake news I’ve heard, read are tainted with corona.

          Have you heard minister douchebag MF you mentioned said: Those spreading untrue information must be prosecuted, some investigations are already active. Until such information doesn’t come to MSM effect won’t be satisfactory to potential perpetrators.

          My karma has been heavily burdened lately, but never mind, my wishes to MF: long life and terrible illness.

      • mrbarbecue says:

        I don’t think we’ll be able to communicate and resist as dust on a lifeless planet if this really doesn’t end (the close-fucking-everything or close to that policy we got going in my province, one of the 3 largest and obviously the only ones with deaths and significant cases.

        I try to call my friends to see how they’re doing, especially some I haven’t seen in a long time. One of them turned out to be literally saying Trump is God on Earth and everything he says is true and that he sends boatloads of pedophiles to execution every week etc. And he’s Canadian….people are losing it here too, I told him, man, even Americans are largely dejected and pissed off for having been fooled by Trump by now, even last year the support was nosediving then he told me about there’s already a cure, it’s a medication for arthritis, malaria and lupus. I asked what of that was acting against a virus you already have? Only lupus and even then, not many people with Lupus (who actually have a diagnosis, doctors prefer to tell people they’re insane and hypochondriacs to people with Lupus, Lyme’s and a other host of diseases).

        I asked who said that this was the cure, he says Trump called in some TV show and said to use hydroxychloroquine and the antibiotic azithromycin together and being someone who works at the factories where chemicals are made and also a Hospital Pharmacist, somethin he didn’t even know I had gotten another BSc. for, I hadn’t called him since the Boston Bombing, or well, very little before it, because I had figured out something pretty bad (although not really bad, just another martial law test really in the end), news on the radio on April 14th 2013 in the evening started to report that North Korea had authorized a nuclear strike on the US and that quote “the moment of explosion is near” according to the DPRK’s ridiculous news anchor woman actually said, yet Obama, nor anybody was concerned with that.

        Same day on April 14th, I remember Israel being attacked from the outside (usually the most spying online comes from Israel, I saw the stats and graphs around 2012 or so and now I can’t find the graph and the article going with it, it was pretty simple “which countries is hacking done in the most?”, now searching for this, no list anywhere will include Israel, but they’re the master spies…anyway.

        Now Kim Jong un got angry in November-December 2019 when some kind of step Trump had agreed with Kim that the US had to do so as to keep their end of the agreement of denuclearization. Kim said if by the contract they signed together, nothing was done by December 31st…North Korea had a Christmas Present for the US and its allies (and nominally China (was?) an economic ally/necessary evil for their fake communist dictatorship of state capitalism. First covid-19 case, supposedly on Dec 31st.

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

  10. HomeRemedySupply says:

    UPDATE by James Corbett – NEW VIDEO

    “Short version” of Episode 373 – Medical Martial Law 2020

    March 22, 2020
    This is NOT Normal
    (4 1/2 minutes)

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    For Corbett Subscribers…

    I really recommend that you hit that first video which Corbett has at “RECOMMENDED VIEWING” (just under the article).

  12. scpat says:

    As this event unfolds I am reminded of the words of Alexander King and Bertrand Schneider:

    “It would seem that men and women need a common motivation, namely a common adversary against whom they can organize themselves and act together.” (Club of Rome – First Global Revolution; page 70)

  13. seth.w.h says:

    Detention of Americans during emergency being pushed thru.

    • Sebastian De Clarke says:

      Same in United Kingdom with new the Coronavirus Bill 2020



      Could be ushered in through the backdoor, and this may have already happened. The emergency legislation may increase State capacity to issue warrants to access our personal information and data for state surveillance. This includes intercepting digital communication, hacking into our computers and phones giving access to some of our most personal and sensitive data such as our religion, our sexual orientation, political views and medical history.

      that affect all of us, but with a particularly heavy impact on those of us with in contact with mental health services. Important safeguards that protect mental health patients are effectively removed by this legislation. It would mean that only one doctor, rather than two, is needed to enforce the detention of someone if they’re thought to be a danger to themselves or others. Patients could also be kept in mental health detention for an indefinite period. This is a massive infringement on their individual liberty and will have a dramatic impact on their well-being and any increase in patient numbers will put more pressure on stretched NHS staff. The Emergency Bill also gives police and immigration officials the power to detain us if they suspect we’re infected. How police make that call is one that will need careful monitoring to ensure this power is not being used in a discriminatory way. What the Bill fails to make clear is how people who are already detained, whether in prison or in immigration detention centres, are being protected from the pandemic.

      While the NHS core duty of care is not affected, how it prioritises patients will change under this legislation. This will affect those of us who are most at risk including older people, disabled people and those requiring hands-on care. Vital care assessments that some of us need may not take place and that could see standards drop. This measure is introduced to allow the health and social care system to shift it priorities. However, those of us who are deemed low risk could, without a good standard of care, escalate into high risk cases, putting further pressure on the system.

      While this is a sensible step in stopping the spread of COVID-19, the breadth and looseness of the wordings means that it could be used beyond the end of the pandemic. Liberty will be watching closely to see that this power is only used when it’s serving an explicit and evidenced aim.

      REMOVAL OF CHECKS. Under the new Bill, inquests into coronavirus deaths can take place without juries. While this is sensible step for logistical reasons in the immediate term, the lessons that will need to be learned from the UK’s response to this pandemic should be scrutinised through full and fearless independent investigation by coroners.

      SIGNIFICANT OMISSIONS. The emergency legislation has some significant gaps, including failing to address the threat to health posed by the hostile environment. Liberty, along with others, called on Government last week to immediately suspend the hostile environment by dropping NHS charging and stopping data sharing between the NHS Trusts and immigration enforcement. Both measures prevent migrants from accessing healthcare, putting not only their health at risk but possibly heightening risks to public health in the middle of a pandemic.

  14. alexandre says:

    I’m making an effort to translate Corbett’s articles to Portuguese, since my sister yelled at me the other day that she can’t go into the material because it’s not IN PORTUGUESE!!!! So, after a long night I think I managed to translate this one.

    It’s a blog –

    My head just imploded. Translation is heavy duty. It should be called “conversion” or something more than just “translate”. My god, I didn’t know. And to know that translators make something like 5 bucks a page, it’s just preposterous. Let’s see if Brazilians can go into at least some articles now that they’ll be IN PORTUGUESE!!!!

    • manbearpig says:

      Grrrrrr!! You sure can be annoying! Now I guess I’ll have to really get down to making some sort of similar effort… I’m afraid I won’t know how to make it accessible though… pitiful, I know…


      (English translation from chimeraspeak: “Awesome job Alexandre! You’ve rendered a profound service to humanity! May your efforts be empowering to other able-bodied polyglots!!”)


      (now I’ve got to get out of this cage…I’ll just say I’m buying essential products for unspeakable feminine maladies…wink wink nudge nudge…)

      • alexandre says:

        Say no móah! But are you … ALLOWED … to go outside?

        I’ve been revising and correcting the text for an hour. I didn’t know it was so hard. Depending on how you do it, you can make Corbett look like an idiot, you know, someone that writes poorly etc. Sister – actually a good writer – at least is doing the revision in Portuguese so it looks good. Holly keyboard, I’m tired. But good tired, cause this made me really go into the article and really understand it. Let’s see if I can continue. The links I left in the original. Imagine translating all the links. Shit…

        Grrrrr. You would do what? To French?

        Did you like the modified logo? Corbett INPORT. Come on, ain’t that smart? In Portuguese. In Port. Get it? Nudge nudge…

        • manbearpig says:

          Oh! Your “Corbett Inport” banner was blocked by a cookies message, so I didn’t see it! Howd’ya manage to include it?

          and Did you mean “Import”? if not that could be nice too on a multi-meaning level…?

          Yes I would have to translate to French (only other language I really speak) which is not my mother tongue. Could be problematic: not sure “hubby” would be as accomodating as your sister… but I’ll find a solution to all these minor issues!

          Now I’m being kicked off the computer!


          ps: yea, I think I’m still allowed to go outside as long as I’m alone and I justify my motives via an attestation and identity card.

          I think…

          • alexandre says:

            In the blogger [horrible] design page, there’s an option to put a back picture, and you have to try different layouts and different pictures until it’s more or less how you want it. It’s a horrific design system, but I guess anything better is not free.

            What would be the multi-level meaning?

            Cookies?? WTF.

            No, I meant IN-PORT, as “In Port…uguese”. And changed the colors of the letters to green and yellow, the Brazilian flag colors.

            The way you write, your translation would be the best, I’m sure.

            My god….”papers please” de facto. I never thought. We’re really going back to slavery, or forward to hell. I have a feeling that sooner or later, even with fluoride, someone will lose temper, and then we’ll see serious blood.

            Off to bed, per chance to hug the dogs.

            • alexandre says:

              By the way, anyone knows how things are in Russia?

            • manbearpig says:

              “No, I meant IN-PORT, as “In Port…uguese”. And changed the colors of the letters to green and yellow, the Brazilian flag colors.”

              Ah! of course! my bad! guess I’m colour blind on top of all my other… qualities…

              for the multi-level meaning of “import” I was thinking of “import” as in goods from one country to another, Mr Corbett’s analysis and the “import” (i.e. the meaning or even implicit meaning) of his work.

              sleeping with dogs reminds me of this:


              sweet dreams.

              • alexandre says:

                Ok, the sun is coming up and I have to go to bed, but … Kate Bush?? I’m laughing into the pillows not to wake the neighbors 2 kms away. Kate fucking Bush!! Good one, mam.

                Got the import.


              • manbearpig says:

                But!… what? The Hounds of love album cover? She’s hugging the dogs, in her bed? so what? what import? not a-tonal enough for ya?

                then again laughter’s the best medecine…

                Glad you enjoyed it! 😎


              • alexandre says:

                I love tonal, watchatawkinabout? Listen:

    • pearl says:

      Way to go, Alex! That is a huge undertaking! It looks great!! Your sister is willing to polish it all up? Well she’s quite the champ and a saint!

      How do you find working with Blogger? I tried it once but just didn’t get a feel for it and switched to WordPress. I also preferred the latter because, you know, GOOGLE.

      How nice it is to have something with a real purpose to focus on while being isolated. NOW I envy you. 😉

      • alexandre says:

        Ufa, I mean, yes, very hard to do, but…doable. Now I want to translate Rappoport’s lats article, because it goes well with Corbett’s. Another blog? Another post? Change the name of the blog with posts…argh. Blogger sucks to high heavens. I used to do web pages when FLASH was around, and it was great fun working with flash, you could do whatever you wanted, then they dumped it, obviously (anything that works and is fun must go) and HTML5 came in, and that was the end of my web page design career. I’d rather die of coronabullshit than learn HTML5. Blogger is horrible and now that you mentioned wordpress, I’ll try that. Thanks for reminding me.

        MBP is gonna do French translations now, haven’t you heard? 😀

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      It’s a blog –

  15. ShutR says:

    Dutch translation
    Dutch translation
    Dutch translation


    James Corbett’s articles:

    “THIS Is What World War III Looks Like”
    “Dit is hoe WO III eruit ziet”

    Previous articles:
    Eerdere artikelen:

    “Your Guide to Surviving A Crisis”
    “Jouw gids voor het overleven van een crisis”

    “Coronavirus: The “Cures” Will Be Worse Than the Disease”
    “Coronavirus: De “remedie” zal erger zijn dan de kwaal”

  16. mkey says:

    I just got my “travel to work” papers. What else to add to this?

    • mkey says:

      Maybe I can add this: we had one deceased but apparently someone looked at that gentleman and he hs been removed from the death count statistic. I wonder if they left him in the total tally, every little bit helps.

      Also, I’m starting to feel the weight of war. Compliance seems universal. I didn’t see any police vehicles in this area in quite a while, but this morning I saw a few cars patrolling, protecting and serving.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I am curious about how they do that…the “travel to work” papers?

      Does the company issue them?
      Or is it a government bureaucratic hassle?

      Do you need travel papers to get toilet paper? or groceries? or do you have to call Dominoes Pizza for delivery?

      • mkey says:

        The so called “civil protection committee” (nominated by politicians, of course) is issuing “orders” twice a day. The “order” from this morning is that people are banned from leaving their place of residence. Unless they have a “permit”. There are exclusions:

        -traffic “essential” for supply of the region
        – medical personnel
        – gas, water and electric infrastructure maintenance people
        – newspeople
        – people who are in a dire medical state; people who have to travel due to “vital family concerns” like providing care or shopping
        – work commutes, when you “have to do” the work and can’t do it remotely
        – first response teams working on “containment”

        Intercity commutes have been banned with personal vehicles. Public transport has already previously been shut down.

        “Papers please” are, in my case, issued by the employer. A bit of paper with my name on it and a stamp. Ridiculous beyond all measure.

        This “decision” has been signed by the minister of internal affairs, the current dictator wanna be.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          It makes me want to play pranks and print up bogus papers which say silly things… “Emergency Beer Run for big home party poker game”.

          I wish these guys would lighten up.
          Everyone is so serious! Solid stone serious.

          Getting sick has never been so serious on a global scale.
          Heck, we all have been sick before.
          Sure, this batch might be a doozy. Even then, most of us have had some doozy sicknesses before…and if we are reading this…we made it out the other side.

  17. hugh.m says:

    Found this on YouTube. What do you think.

    • Sebastian De Clarke says:

      Wow, this is very interesting and disturbing.

      Thank you for sharing this.

    • alexandre says:

      Yes, disturbing. On the other hand after so many tons of documents, reviews, papers, publications etc, my impulse is not to trust anything that comes from anywhere. I know that’s the wrong way to react, but it’s the automatic honest response. What lab? Whose lab? Can we trust this? Why this an not the other? Is there a disinfo department in this psy-op? And wouldn’t they release stuff to reinforce the danger of this thing? And so on. I don’t trust even personal accounts that come through from close people. Who died? How? What was he taking? Was he being treated with chlorowhatever? Etc. So yeah, good video, makes sense and all, but how do we know?

      • Sebastian De Clarke says:

        You are absolutely right.

        Later on, I was actually thinking the same.

        It is so hard to (I am kind of new to the truth movement) to distinguished truth, from half truth, kind of truth, pseud – truth etc.

        • alexandre says:

          I would say almost impossible. So use your intuition as much as possible. If something smells funny, trust the feeling and then see if you can find stuff to support the intuition. Some times I fall for my own prejudices and “want” things to be this or that, so I have to say “wait a minute, there could be something killing people”, just not to fall for one side or the other. But it’s been really hard to not see this as a giant psy-op, just by looking to everything else happening that’s NOT the disease.


  18. manbearpig says:

    “…how the French can face and resist this crisis that has only just begun,”

    “…In the face of violations, doctors urgently appealed to the Council of State to demand a “total containment…”

    France expecting a new phase of containment
    Reuters Staff

    23 March 2020 / 11:40 / 3 hours ago

    PARIS (Reuters) – The French began Monday their seventh day of mandatory containment, a peacetime measure that could be further strengthened and extended in light of a new scientific council opinion in an attempt to stem the spread of the coronavirus epidemic…

    But despite the “Stay home” appeal from politicians and the hospital and scientific community, containment is still struggling to be fully respected, as evidenced by the 91,824 infringements detected out of 1.8 million checks carried out since Tuesday, according to official figures.

    In the face of these violations, doctors urgently appealed to the Council of State to demand a “total containment”, a request that was rejected on Sunday by the highest administrative court, which nevertheless gave the government 48 hours to review its copy.


    …Preparing the ground for a probable extension of the scheme, Emmanuel Macron brought together “moral and religious authorities” by audio conference on Monday morning to discuss “the moral cohesion of the country in the face of the crisis”.

    “This exchange will focus on how the French can face and resist this crisis that has only just begun,” said the Elysée, adding that representatives of religions, Freemasons and secular associations had been invited…

    …Recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO), mass screening is still rejected at this stage by the executive branch, which says there is insufficient testing capacity.

    On the research side, the race against time continues to try to find treatments. The National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm) announced Sunday the start in France of a European clinical trial to evaluate four experimental treatments.

    Called “Discovery”, it includes chloroquine, a treatment against malaria that has obtained promising results in a study conducted on a small number of patients in Marseille but which is causing debate within the medical community.”

    Thanks deepl.

    • mik says:

      What would total containment mean?

      A bullet for infringer right at the point?
      And mf receipt for the bullet sent to the relatives?

      Regarding treatments.
      If homeopathy is acceptable then remedy Camphor in the 1M or 10M potency.

      • manbearpig says:

        Camphor in the 1M or 10M potency!

        Got it!

        Thanks Mik!

        • mik says:

          Dissolved in 50-100 ml water,
          teaspoon every 3-5 hours

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Boroin, headquartered in France, makes homeopathic remedies. Years ago, one of my Vitamin Managers ‘won’ a trip to visit their facility.

          Boiron Camphora 30c – Helps combat common cold

          Boiron’s Oscillococcinum – Helps combat Flu

          I talk about Oscillococcinum and also about how homeopathic remedies are made.
          They are completely safe, no matter the condition or other medications, and they ‘never’ expire.
          This THREAD has different folks talking about health remedies and

          • mik says:

            Doubt 30C potency would be enough.
            1M is needed for this un-common cold, nasty cold.

            Well, I guess you can start with less and take higher potency if needed.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              You are probably right about the 1M.
              To the average person, they may not realize that, in a sense, the original substance is much more diluted, but the homeopathic remedy has a higher potency.

  19. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Hydroxychloroquine and Dr. Oz

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

    One of many examples:

    (more below)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Hydroxychloroquine and Dr. Oz

      On Monday, March 23, 2020, Dr. Oz gives a preview of an upcoming Episode which features a French specialist, Dr. Didier Raoult.

      Sneak Peak
      Video embedded (4 minutes)
      Sneak Peek: The Drug Combination That Could Be a Possible Treatment for COVID-19

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Dr. Oz YouTube Channel

        The COVID-19 Treatment Controversy: Interview with the Expert Who Believes He Has a Treatment
        (over 8 minutes)

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        My comment:

        In my opinion, a big motivation for Dr. Oz is to get ratings.

        In the U.S., people do watch his show, especially women.

        I worked for three years in the Vitamin & Supplement Department of a natural foods grocery store. On a daily basis, I would personally see over 100 people. I knew my stuff. Daily, I would spend 2 to 4 hours reading scientific studies and articles, before and after my shift. Customers asked for me. Even when I quit, customers were calling me at home. I saw and heard some cool anecdotes from people…it was almost like clinical trials of how people responded to different supplements. Now, I am rusty…been out of the loop for awhile.

        Dr. Oz & supplement sales
        Dr. Oz would influence supplement sales with his weekly shows. The Dr. Oz “weight loss series” was something to see in my department.
        Folks would come in rushing to buy whatever he had mentioned.
        Sometimes, the manufacturers did not even yet make the product, but soon I would see all this new merchandise and have to reset the shelves to fit in in.
        Examples: green bean coffee extract, FBCx, Forskolin, Garcinia cambogia and raspberry ketones.

        (I believe that Corbett Member Alexandre of Brazil once mentioned Coleus forskohlii (Forskolin) when talking about taking certain things for the immune system.)

        Anyway, my point is that a fad develops from these type of TV promotions. Kind of like Sports Tennis Shoes which sell for hundreds of dollars.

        Here is a 2014 article about Dr. Oz and the weight loss stuff.
        He got in some hot water.

        Fad definition:
        an intense and widely shared enthusiasm for something, especially one that is short-lived and without basis in the object’s qualities; a craze.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      March 23 – Monday
      More on Hydroxychloroquine & Z-Pak (the antibiotic azithromycin)
      from the White House Briefing
      & distributing in New York City

      White House YouTube Channel

      STATISTICS – Deaths –
      A much less alarmist perspective by giving stats of deaths by age groups and pre-existing health conditions.

      e.g. Only one death under the age of 15.
      ~~~~ STATS start at the 19:50 mark of the video.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        – STATISTICS –
        more perspective from The White House

        …continuing the above video of Coronavirus Task Force Press Briefing
        circa March 23…

        Details are given on how the government plans to get people back to work, yet address the virus by balancing focus.
        NOTE – 50,000 Flu deaths in the U.S. are brought up. Auto accidents are brought up.

  20. nexangelus says:

    Emergency Coronavirus Bill being rushed through parliament in the UK “to last 2 years”

    I have no written back up, but friends in Gloucester(shire) UK were concerned at military presence on the streets last week even (oh they are just there helping out the needy)…people who I never thought/imagined would be for anything the government does are baying for lock down, in fact most of my friends are wanting lock down, it is nuts!

    • Sebastian De Clarke says:

      Same in Nottingham.

      ‘Coronavirus Bill would allow ministers to suspend key Care Act duties in event of pandemic emergency’

      Explaining the rationale for the provisions in a letter to social care organisations, Department of Health and Social Care director general, prevention, community and social care Jonathan Marron said: “I know that you will be committed to delivering on all your existing duties during the coming period. However, we need to prepare for the possibility that during the peak of an epidemic a greater number of people will need social care and many staff may be unavailable due to illness or the need to care for loved ones.

      “This could mean that you need to focus your resources on ensuring the most serious and urgent care needs are met, and defer meeting some other, less acute or pressing needs.”

  21. dregeye says:

    For more info from an instigator on the ‘War with China’ theme, Peter Navarro, for whom the current US President CREATED the “Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy” had released in 2015 a series of five (5) videos titled “Crouching Tiger: What China’s Militarism Means for the World” which are still on U2b on [his?] channel “DeathByChina” (promotion for his “documentary” of same title) and linked at his Wiki page:
    for your convenience:
    Episode 1: Will There Be War With China?
    Episode 2: The World At the Tip of a Chinese Spear
    Episode 3: The Wild Card of North Korea
    Episode 4: The Unsinkable Aircraft Carrier of Taiwan
    Episode 5: Will There Be War Between China and Japan?
    Death By China: How America Lost Its Manufacturing Base
    and other vids at the “DeathByChina” U2b channel such as
    “Chinese Missiles Nukes Seattle” with the description:
    “Visit for more information about China’s secret plan to bomb America.” (.net link is dead) with a preview (faked) pic of missiles coming down on the Space Needle.
    US gov’t is currently a psychopathic-kakistocracy. (void of empathy and least qualified)

  22. Fawlty Towers says:

    “Here’s a question for you: How do you know when you’re at war?

    – Troops on the streets? Check.
    – Mass panic? Check.
    – Martial law and the public being told to batten down the hatches? Check and check.
    – World leaders telling their populations that the enemy is to blame for all the carnage? Check and check. ”

    I am totally shocked James that someone as astute as you would have missed THE most obvious criterion for knowing when you’re at war!

    – Empty toilet paper shelves in stores. Check. 🙂

    • mik says:

      I’ve heard no toilet paper is mostly usa thing.

      Maybe here is explanation.
      holy cannoli, George Carlin can be brutal.

      • Sebastian De Clarke says:

        Nah, same craziness in the United Kingdom, and George Carlin words stand the test of time.

      • Fawlty Towers says:

        Oh it’s definitely a Canada thing too now.
        Any other countries wish to weigh in?
        (Love Carlin) 🙂

      • alexandre says:

        Found him with Charlie Rose. He says something there that maybe someone can explain to me, cause I didn’t quite get it. Maybe I don’t understand the context.
        “People who hate government are involved in a form of suicide, because government is self-government. If you hate government, you hate yourself”.


        • alexandre says:

          Not trying to attack Carlin or anything, I love the guy, I just didn’t understand that statement, really.

          • Sebastian De Clarke says:

            Government is elected by people. You are people. You have elected them. Hating what you have elected equals hating oneself.

            • alexandre says:

              Oh, geez, I see. The fact that people don’t elect anything is so engraved in the old noodles that I couldn’t understand. Thanks very much.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Fawlty Towers says:
      – Empty toilet paper shelves in stores. Check. ?

      This is the REAL REASON that we no longer shake hands.

  23. robert.t says:

    Enemies can collude but stay enemies. Think of the times the Byzantines worked with Turks, saracens etc against the crusaders. And isn’t it funny how the Ford factory in Cologne came through the allied bombings in good shape?

    It’s not out of the question that China was happy to use the virus crisis to quieten the population, especially in HK, while the West has crashed its economies like it was ’87 + ’07 and not a word about stringing up banksters etc this time around. (Some bargain buys with bail-out money coming up for the right corporates?)

    Chiang Kai-shek thought nothing of breaking dams and killing millions to stop the Japs in 1938. It’s what good generalissimos do. So a flu strain easily confounded with ordinary flu, respiratory probs from air pollution etc might look like a good, controllable option for keeping the people quiet and off the streets.

    Would those Reds collude with the capitalist West even while the knives are out? I’d say that’s what they’ve been doing since Kissinger first sat down with Chou five decades ago. (Come to think of it, before Nixon in China how come we fought all those hot and cold wars against China’s natural enemies, Russia, Japan, Vietnam, Korea? Did someone see China’s factory-fodder potential way back then? Just joking. I think.)

    So yes, I reckon James is on the money here. It’s WW3 and it’s based on national enmities and real geopolitical imperatives…but it will be waged by governments and elites mainly on their own populations. If one side wins against the rival power, that’s a bonus. But Churchill didn’t care if the bombs fell on Cologne or Coventry…so long as they fell.

  24. mik says:

    WW3 analogy is ok, well maybe a bit overstretched for my taste, kind of using their tactics, redefining meanings of words and that can be a slippery slope for us….truth is very very important.

    I would like to expand and add to the mix a word that hasn’t been used here yet: Chaos.

    Once upon a time wars were about conquering, subduing. Not any more, look at all the wars in last two decades. End result was/is chaos. I don’t believe Empire and helpers were incapable to achieve victory. Do you think it was impossible to repeat Fallujah as many times as needed?
    I’m not saying victory was possible in all instances, I’m pretty sure it wasn’t even the goal in most instances.
    Chaos is good enough for them.

    All the repression surrounding covid19 is here to destroy people’s habits, routines, order, …..certainty. We really don’t like uncertainty.
    Chaos is guaranteed.

    They reduced the whole economy to food and medicines. Sure, an emergency planner didn’t forget about a Joe Sixpack, who is occasionally doing something for food and medicine sector, nor he didn’t forget about Joe Eightpack….

    I want to say, is there any chance for this social constructivism to succeed?
    No, result will be chaos.
    They won’t go after us (mostly), they will just give the Solution to the docile populations, populations sick of disorder and uncertainty.

    Btw., another interesting coincidence. Covid19 started in China, extremely docile population, continued in Europe, with less docile people and finally usa with hill billies armed to the teeth.

    • pearl says:

      “…and finally usa with hill billies armed to the teeth.”

      Haha. God bless them!

    • alexandre says:

      Hear hear. mik. I started your text thinking “oh, come on”, but then I had to confess I agree. Chaos indeed, good word, and it reminded me of a question that popped in my mind yesterday. When are they gonna shut down the internet? And then electricity? How deep will this go?

      Another thing to keep in mind is Patrick Wood’s Technocracy theme – for Candlelight’s irritation – and what Christiana Figueres said some years ago (my italics): “For the first time we are changing the economic model that has been in place since the industrial revolution.” The plan is coming through and will continue, until some hill billies stop it.

      The actual quote:
      “This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time, to change the economic development model that has been reigning for at least 150 years, since the Industrial Revolution.

      “This will not happen overnight and it will not happen at a single conference on climate change…It is a process, because of the depth of the transformation,”

      — The DEPTH of the TRANSFORMATION.

      • mik says:

        You sure hill billies can stop this? I’m sure not using arms, that would be like taking a knife to gunfight.

        Leftists, progressives, I don’t exactly who else come to this camp, like Figueres’ thinking. Lately I’ve heard, isn’t it nice how cathedrals of consumerism are now empty ….capitalist are suffering now. WTF.
        No doubt, capitalism has to be a topic when discussing change, but please, intelligent discussion for the beginning and next, what are Figueres and the ilk actually offering, how they will save people from monopolists.

        Cory Morningstar put it intelligently and said something like: capitalism is in problems, needs new markets (as always), climate change scare will provide them.

        Other camp is well aware of world government idea and so on….and loves capitalism.

        Each camp have one key, proper key, for The Door with two locks. And mostly don’t realize this fact.

        In one point I agree with Figueres:”….It is a process, because of the depth of the transformation,”

        Regarding shut down of electricity, internet….
        They will torture us, no doubt, but man, internet means, entertainment, porn, gaming, this is essential…..

        listening to RT in background: high demand on internet in Europe, Netflix reduced quality….

        fucking beyond insanity

        • alexandre says:

          “what are Figueres and the ilk actually offering, how they will save people from monopolists.”


          You have to remember the context presented by Woods – Technocracy / UN Agenda2030 etc. Figueres is UN, they’re not presenting anything to “save” anybody from anything. They are changing the economic model, which sounds insane, mainly because, as Woods said, it decouples growth from resource use, insanities like that, which are not so insane when you see how China works – not communism and all that, but face-recognition to get toilet paper, social credits etc. Forget “camps”. This (what’s going on now) is perfectly in line with this new whatever system these psychos – which are not from any camp – are installing on the planet. If people talking, or writing like we’re doing here, is something innocuous, then the internet will go on, but if it starts doing something, getting ideas, then click. Puf. Sorry, we’re experiencing problems. In maintenance. Try again later. Why not? Just a thought, considering … the depth of the transformation.

          • mik says:

            Forget whether Figueres is really representing something feasible and consider perception of what she is saying.
            Some folks perceive her as savior from climate change and capitalism.

            Camps are damn real, like those psychos (in you lingo), that I’m sometimes calling monopolists.
            All of the above is shaping peoples perception and thinking.

            Agree with you, psychos’ idea is bad, it’s no go.
            Still, this is just a rejection,
            we need something affirmative:
            We are for….(status quo and similar is not an option, this is reality)

            Shutting down internet could produce big chaos and that is supposed to be good for them.
            Also, even virtual socializing would be reduced, many people wouldn’t be projected on matrix any more, they could be very bored,….not sure that is good for them.

            Do you know on what Goebbels put emphasize right to the end? Entertainment.

            • alexandre says:

              “Some folks perceive her as savior from climate change and capitalism.”

              Really? That’s like saying people perceive Satan as a lovely little girl. Wow. I didn’t know that.

              Yeah, well, in that case, I don’t think there’s anything to talk about, really. It’s like trying to make sense in a madhouse, and in this case the madhouse is much much larger than the whole alternative folks put together. I don’t know. But this is just me. I’ve seen this before, you know.

              Do you see any chance of a full-blown civil war in the US? Or anywhere else?

              • mik says:

                Madhouse, insanity… I also use this terms, but they are not ok, situation is worse.

                Among many things I’ve been doing in my life is working for organization fighting for rights of people in madhouses. Minority of lunatics are completely off, most are in a sense aware of their state, cooperative to a degree.

                On the other hand, outside madhouses people are not aware they have been brainwashed, that they are devoid of critical thinking, and sometimes situation is: “I do agree with you more or less, but there is another angle, it’s important, can’t you see?” Nope. Narrow-mindedness.

                civil war….
                I think majority of would be rebels will realize that the enemy is so overwhelmingly stronger that head-on fight is futile, because they would be stamped-down literally.

              • alexandre says:

                The terms are not adequate anymore because they had their meaning diminished, they were somewhat normalized and weakened. Go to a psychological institution for a few days and these terms will gain their true meaning back. In my opinion.

                Guerillas. Indeed, the power is disproportionate and that’s why the real fight is in the mind, not on the street with guns – which means we should just stop talking at this point. But I meant something more reactive, not organized and planned, simply people getting fed up and going for broke. If something like this starts happening en masse, then you have…well maybe not a civil war per se, but a big ugly unpredictable mess. I don’t think it will happen at all, it was just an idea, since humans, no matter how robotized – specially non-urban people – are quite unpredictable (as any human or animal is. Once cornered, it’s “fuck off” without thinking). I don’t know. In any case it is too late to think about solutions. That time has gone. Now it’s “yes sir” or death, as it always was in all the previous abundant dictatorships – not that they served as examples to anybody.

  25. FlyingAxblade says:

    I was thinking more of setting up a stand at the local grocery selling Pitchforks & Tiki torches.
    Down with the Mad Scientists

  26. Sebastian De Clarke says:

    UK coronavirus: Boris Johnson announces strict lockdown across country

    Police to enforce lockdown
    Johnson has added now that the police will be able to take action where people are not complying with the new measures:

    If you don’t follow the rules the police will have the powers to enforce them, including through fines and dispersing gatherings.

    ‘To ensure compliance with the government’s instruction to stay at home, we will immediately close all shops selling non-essential goods, including clothing and electronic stores and other premises including libraries, playgrounds and outdoor gyms, and places of worship. We will stop all gatherings of more than two people in public – excluding people you live with.
    And we’ll stop all social events, including weddings, baptisms and other ceremonies, but excluding funerals.’

    ‘Shopping for basic necessities, as infrequently as possible
    One form of exercise a day – for example a run, walk, or cycle – alone or with members of your household
    Any medical need, to provide care or to help a vulnerable person
    Travelling to and from work, but only where this is absolutely necessary and cannot be done from home
    That’s all – these are the only reasons you should leave your home.
    You should not be meeting friends. If your friends ask you to meet, you should say No.
    You should not be meeting family members who do not live in your home. You should not be going shopping except for essentials like food and medicine — and you should do this as little as you can. And use food delivery services where you can.’

    For now, there is not enough Police to enforce see it so we know what is coming…our beloved army with gun pointed at cherishing citizens.

    and propaganda (as always) is in the full swing:

    ‘Mum details baby’s Covid-19 symptoms so you know what to watch for’

    • nexangelus says:

      I am shaking with rage right now…could not espcape the news, friends who all want lockdown posted as soon as lockdown was ensured, they all cheered, hoorah…I am worried…I seem to be the black sheep, no one likes that I do not like the lock down news…plus food delivery services are booked up for the next three weeks Boris you utter twat!

      • Sebastian De Clarke says:

        I can feel your pain and rage. I had to do some yoga to not blow up, and just as you I am trying to avoid mass media.

        However, I have a feeling that people will keep ignoring this ‘order’ as they are fully aware that (at least) for the moment government would struggle to enforce this. I think, some kind of Marshal Law is on the way.

        People are happy to put the noose and believe whatever Boris is tells them. Without any kind of opposition I am worried about Coronavirus Bill 2020 as it really attacks civil liberties.

  27. Sebastian De Clarke says:

    Does anyone is familiar with this statement:

    ‘From around 2010 Chinese companies started buying Italian fashion houses, not least because the Chinese middle classes so loved the Italian look. They needed to keep the coveted Made in Italy label for their output so, instead of moving factories to China, they moved Chinese workers to Lombardy and Tuscany.

    New Yorker magazine said there was as many as 20000 in Prato, and tiny town in Tuscany. That was in 2013. There is as many as 200000 in total in Italy today – possible a lot more. And the Chinese fashion industry is based where? Yep, Wuhan – home of north the companies doing the buying and the cheap workers being shipped to work in sweatshops in Italy. Many would have returned for the Chinese New Year January 25th, just as the virus was ramping up in their home city, and returned with the virus soon after. So we may not be in for an Italian scale crisis after all – that was due to very particular reason. ‘

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I guess the new rumor from competitors will be…
      “Italian Designer Clothes Contaminated With Coronavirus”.

  28. alexandre says:

    I went to the supermarket today! (Crash cymbals and heroic brass chord!). And….no mask! Brave or what?

    I went with my cousin (sort of) and at the gate a guy stopped me and said “only one can enter”. I replied: “Only I will do the shopping, she’s gonna stay in the car” and the guy told me to park outside the market then. “But she’s gonna stay IN THE CAR” I said again. He said: “But if I let you enter the parking lot, it will count as 2 people”. After a long silence, I left because I was going to start a conversation about epistemology, and I guess it wasn’t the right time. I went to another market, parked outside and we entered the market (snare roll) ONE AT A TIME, as the law commands. At the entrance a big strong black guy with a mask handed me a little laminated paper with a number that I had to return when leaving. I went to the meet balcony and asked for 1 and a half kilo of loin stakes, thick please, and told him jokingly: “but be sure to wash it first, you know, to get rid of THE VIRUS”. The guy stopped and stared at me with his mouth slightly open. The other guy, who got the joke, came in a hurry and laughed hysterically saying “don’t worry, sir, all our meet is washed in bleach, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha”. After the 100th “ha” the open mouth guy slowly smiled, probably thinking “Am I allowed to smile now?”

    Masks won’t protect us from mass madness and, compared to what THAT psychological killer virus can do, I’ll take COVID-19 any day.

    By the way, epistemology could be practically useful now, probably for the first time in history.

    • Sebastian De Clarke says:

      I have had similar experience today.

      As I do not care about their Voo Doo virus I went (as every day) to make some small shopping. Just like you I have noticed similar signs. What worst, people were happy queuing with their masks and gloves on ‘protecting’ them from the ‘boogie man’.

      I have politely challenged them ‘guys don’t you think this is a slight overkill’
      This was a big mistake … as wisdom of their minds engulfed my psyche:

      ‘The virus is coming, death toll, apocalypse, prepare, prepare, prepare, social distancing, lock – down, government knows, we will die …

      While I was listening their gibberish explanations I came to realisation that I have been abducted from the ‘normal’ world to super crazy village.

      • alexandre says:

        Yeah. My cousin told me people are lining up to take the vaccine. “What vaccine?” I asked. “The H1N1 vaccine” she replied. Are we back in time or something? No, just the same old madness. “Give me some vaccine! I demand it! Any vaccine will do!” We’re really screwed. Crazy village times

  29. martinq says:

    [SNIP – No urls without titles and without letting people know what they are clicking on and why they should click on it, please. -JC]

  30. Matt.c says:

    About 3 whole things I know for sure:

    Earthquakes are caused by a crystalline structure able to absorb electrical energy until such time as a grounding effect is reached ie with Solar daily Pole Shift beneath the Earth’s crust causing a release of the absorbed electrical energy causing the crystalline structure to become physically active hence the Earth Quake. Been predicting quakes of 6.0 or higher with nearly 90% accuracy for almost 10 years.
    Ben Davidson , , Suspicious Observers YouTube Channel

    2. A recurrent extinction level event every 12,000 to 14,000 years is upon us once again. Poles shifting, Solar System travelling through dustier then normal arm of the Milky Way Galaxy, Solar Minima in the following Solar cycle. Apollo Missions were all about verifying AMES Labs discoveries in the far Northern Hemisphere. Too bad that 21 Trillion was not spent on hardened underground accommodations for those that shelled it out? Bezos cannot decide whether he will leave for a bit or shelter in a mountain down the road from his launch facility in the NEW VALLEY of the SUN!
    “The Adam & Eve Story” by Chan Thomas aka Charles Hapgood
    “Worlds in Collision” Emmanuel Velikovsky
    “Thunderbolts from the Gods” Talbott
    Hans Alphane
    ? Peratt

    3. People will finally get it when there is no PUSA Election?
    Not meant to be comical but, yall leave yourselves wide open with all yer subjective doomsday and Hyper Real Theory. Once again the inability to quantify the existing arithmetic logic with Reason and Objective Omnipotence = far too little far too late, would have been far easier to dismantle it before the cyclical nature of illegitimate authority once again witnesses the last grain of sand fall. No fan fair or ticker tape no willingness to suffer or defend sovereign freedom through responsibility accountability and a clear expression that the right thing to do will never feel good nor will anyone be remembered for it never the less the righteous fight is not of faith but a fight for freedom and reverence to never again forget just what will be required to be free.

  31. HomeRemedySupply says:

    A James Corbett UPDATE

    …concerning the March 22, 2020 Corbett Report Video
    Medical Martial Law 2020

    Re: Corbett’s shownotes link:
    (James Corbett on Macroagressions w/ Charlie Robinson)

    James Corbett says:
    Quick note:
    The complete conversation between myself and Charlie Robinson (featured towards the end of this episode) is now posted for the public:

  32. manbearpig says:

    “…and promote a sense of collectivism, one of the documents says…”
    “The government has promised to ramp up testing to 25,000 a day within four weeks.”
    Had all you rosbif seen this already?:
    “The UK could face a year of social distancing
    The UK government has just released the scientific advice that’s been shaping its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
    by Charlotte Jee
    Mar 20, 2020
    What’s happened: The UK government has just released the scientific advice that’s been shaping its response to the coronavirus pandemic. It comprises over 30 documents, including academic papers and the influential Imperial College London modeling that led to a dramatic change in strategy this week, from mitigating the disease to trying to suppress its spread. You can pore through them yourself.
    The news:
    The consensus is that the UK may need to alternate between more and less strict social distancing measures for at least “most of a year” in order to stop its health system from being overwhelmed. This means varying between general social distancing and school closures and a strategy of isolating particular cases, households, or vulnerable groups. Today, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that all pubs, clubs, and restaurants are ordered to close from tonight.
    The estimate is that 8% of all those infected will be hospitalized. The risk varies by age: under 2% of under-50s are predicted to end up in the hospital, versus 44% of those over 80.
    If the UK follows China’s pattern, it may be three to five months until cases peak, and it is possible that up to 80% of the population could be affected.
    The advisors predict that school closures will be “highly disruptive” and pose unequal burdens on families. “Our understanding of reports from Japan is that there is growing discontent around the policy,” one of the documents says.
    There is a lot of uncertainty in the documents, as in the wider scientific community, because so much about the virus remains unknown.
    Some good news:
    The advisors think large-scale rioting is “unlikely” and, somewhat touchingly, predict that “acts of altruism will predominate.”
    To reduce the risk of public unrest, the government needs to provide clear and transparent reasons for different strategies, set clear expectations on how the response will develop,
    and promote a sense of collectivism, one of the documents says.
    …An omission: The documents contain virtual nothing on testing. Testing all suspected cases has been a central plank of the strategy for countries that have more successfully contained the virus, like South Korea, Japan, and Singapore. The UK is routinely testing people only in hospitals and is not actively tracking people who have come into contact with known cases. The government has promised to ramp up testing to 25,000 a day within four weeks.”
    “…and promote a sense of collectivism, one of the documents says…”
    “The government has promised to ramp up testing to 25,000 a day within four weeks.”

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

    • manbearpig says:

      “…and promote a sense of collectivism, one of the documents says…”

      woops… MY Bad!! last minute copy/paste issue during editing…

      wanted to highlight the following from MIT review article entitled

      “The UK could face a year of social distancing” :

      “…and promote a sense of collectivism, one of the documents says…”

    • manbearpig says:

      Thanks for the thoughtful rectification Mr C!

  33. manbearpig says:

    “It was a nurse who allegedly discovered the malfeasance on Friday and notified the prefecture.”

    In the pitiful “mask-erade” and “denounce-thy-neighbor” department of dangerous precedents there’s this:

    “The pharmacist in Lyon who continued to sell masks was arrested” (collective sigh of indignant relief, I mean, talk about Terrorism!)

    “The manager of the Hôtel-Dieu Pharmacy, located at Place de la République in the 2nd district of Lyon, was arrested and taken into custody this weekend. He is suspected of having continued to sell protective masks at prohibitive prices to the population. It is a nurse who allegedly discovered the malfeasance on Friday and notified the prefecture.

    For having continued his sales, and especially for having refused to provide his stock of masks free of charge to health personnel fighting against the coronavirus epidemic, the pharmacist risks 6 months in prison and a fine of 10,000 euros.

    The interested party had sent us a message this weekend before his arrest.

    “The role of the media is to tell the truth to the French people and not just to repeat the false doctrine of the current government, which is bound to fall given its calamitous handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. The next government will be looking for those responsible and guilty. Your duty is to alert the public to the need to protect their respiratory tracts with a mask that may be “homemade”, which will nevertheless be an effective protection to limit contamination and limit the number of sick and dead people. »

    You can be his pharmacy will henceforth be boycotted into oblivion…for having uttered such blasphemy as the following:

    “The role of the media is to tell the truth to the French people and not just to repeat the false doctrine of the current government”…

  34. manbearpig says:

    Did someone already post this? Is this just gratuitous fear porn?

    Are 5G / Biometric Systems Being Covertly Installed During the Lockdown, Where You Live?
    By Take Back Your Power
    Global Research, March 23, 2020


    “…Here are some of the initial comments from YouTube and Facebook:

    “I went to check my local school after I saw the video you posted on this today — sure enough, 3 telecom vehicles were the only vehicles in sight. Sneaky and evil. “
    -Deirde R, March 19 (Texas)

    “My sister is a teacher in TN and they have been told to stay out while maintenance cleans.”
    -Break the Chains, March 20

    “The installation of 5G towers while everyone is being ‘quarantined’.”
    -Phoenix M, March 20 (BC)

    “At least 40+ vans. Not including the ones parked in corner of buildings or in front of schools.”
    -Ivonne J, March 20 (North Texas)

    “They are installing 5g around schools here in Richmond, Virginia today–the first day schools are closed due to this fake coronavirus. Trucks are out digging up roads for the fiber installation of 5g.”
    -Commenter, March 17

    “This is a Federal Company, a simple google search leads you to their licensing. They are sub licensed as “Business Radio Licensing”, pretty generic name huh? which is a front company for the feds and 5g.”
    -WTF198, March 19

    “Im actually watching these Persons in their altech trucks placing 5G boxes on poles right outside of my apartment building They started down the whole block actually.”
    -Wanda F, March 17

    “I live across the street from two schools… This morning I saw 2 white trucks and men wearing yellow vest. They seemed to be with the electric company but nothing on their truck or person said so.”
    -Barbara L, March 18

    Namely, we are concerned that after the COVID-19 pandemic passes we will still be dealing with the repercussions of newly installed 5G, biometric systems, thermal imaging cameras or even temperature guns to detect who MAY have COVID-19.

    Even more worrisome is the idea of government-mandated vaccinations; and, for example, that only those who can prove they have received the COVID-19 vaccine (once it’s developed) will be allowed back to work, school, public parks, public transportation, etc….

    …This is even more worrisome when you consider that Bill Gates – a long time proponent of vaccinations and population control – recently stated:

    “Eventually we will have some digital certificates to show who has recovered or been tested recently or when we have a vaccine who has received it.”

    What does Gates mean by a “digital certificate”? Could it be tied in to the Global ID2020 or the discussion of a “tattoo” that tells the medical authorities whether you have been vaccinated, for example?…”


    • manbearpig says:

      Or maybe just a collective investigation?

    • ledhead1789 says:

      I think you’re right on the money, manbearpig. I never bought the idea that 5G was causing the symptoms being attributed to the virus, but I definitely buy the idea that the authorities are using the lockdown of society to complete the rollout of 5G in haste. We live in pivotal times, indeed.

  35. deltammon says:

    There are some easy ways for people to fight back.
    1.stop feeding these beasts
    -people complain all day long about microsoft apps that make no sense, don’t work, and hardware being intentionally obsoleted.
    -stop using these companies like google, apple, microsoft. These companies have somehow convinced you to pay for crap services that perpetually spy on you. Put Linux on your Mac and see it run so much better.
    2.revoke voter registration
    -by registering or voting, you are providing consent. Revoke that consent.
    3.leave your phone off or at home.

  36. brody says:

    Hello fellow Corbett Reporters,

    Posting for the first time… from the not-so-sunny-climate of western Ireland ;P

    I’ve been researching this panic-demic since the launch of its well-coordinated global marketing campaign and am currently of the opinion that the virus was bred in the Wuhan BSL-4 lab as part of a benign effort to produce a vaccine. A vaccine which was tailored, using the banned “gain-of-function” technique, to treat the Chinese population… but was accidentally transmitted before completion through the black market sale of live lab animals (in this case infected horseshoe bats) to the wet market very close to the lab. The live, coronavirus-carrying test-bats were then bought at the wet market by unsuspecting customers with a taste for bat wing soup. It spread from there.

    The possibility of a zoonotic jump (from bat to human) resulting from a bite is not at all likely… unless the bat was a carrier of a virus which was purposefully bred in a lab to affect human hosts.

    I think this guy has the best analysis I’ve found to date. It’s quite a long read and has a ton of sourced links to follow, but digest it as you have the time as part of your inoculation against this viral panic-demic:

    Also, there’s this blog by a Swiss doctor which is well worth following as he’s updating it weekly:

    “In war, truth is the first casualty.” -Aeschylus

    • manbearpig says:

      Wow! Nice to readya brody!

      It’s just really really hard to believe any lab anywhere would actually SELL its animals on the black market, however black it might be…

      but then again, reality is always always stranger than fiction…

      the bat image is intersting in all this lore… with the global takeover of the FAANGs… this epidemic shoulda been a blood disease, not a respitory tract thing…

      maybe there’s a genetic disposition that’s “in your blood” to catching this so-called virus…?


      • brody says:

        Hey MBP! 😀

        The difference between fiction and reality is that fiction has to make sense…

        Here’s a bit more on how the labs are run in China:

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

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

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

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

        “‘Animals live for man’: China’s appetite for wildlife likely to survive virus”

        Some Chinese have a thing about buying the animals live to harvest the Qi fresh… speaking of, ahem, vampiric tendencies.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Some original stories about Wuhan, the Lab, Bats

          When Corbett was at Anarchapulco mid-February, he had an ‘OPEN THREAD’.
          There are a lot of original stories posted there.

          Here is the story which Brody mentions…

        • manbearpig says:

          “The difference between fiction and reality is that fiction has to make sense…”

          very well-stated.

          As for the origin of the virus:

          “…the virus was bred in the Wuhan BSL-4 lab as part of a benign effort to produce a vaccine. A vaccine which was tailored, using the banned “gain-of-function” technique, to treat the Chinese population…but was accidentally transmitted before completion through the black market sale of live lab animals (in this case infected horseshoe bats) to the wet market very close to the lab. The live, coronavirus-carrying test-bats were then bought at the wet market by unsuspecting customers with a taste for bat wing soup. It spread from there…”

          there may well be corruption and highly insalubrious practices with regards to the management of these labs and the creation of their products but this whole “wild animal consumption” as being the cause of the alleged outbreak seems rather convenient for those who would like to chain humanity to and make us entirely dependent on the Frankenfoods industry: that is; the synthetic lab foods industry that Corbett Report Subscriber Camille so brilliantly denounces in her videos.

          We’d be better off banning the manipulation of dangerous bio-substances (if such is a virus) than banning the consumption of wild animals.

          I do not condone cruelty to animals, and I do try to avoid consuming animals raised in industrial conditions, but I’m more afraid of what will happen to humanity once we’re totally dependent on what might be something akin to “soylant green” for all we’ll ever know, given the glorious pasts of those financing and developing these mysterious “sustainable” substances.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      brody –

      James Corbett & Ireland
      James once studied in Ireland.
      While in Ireland, James Corbett accomplished many things…I believe he was once kicked out of a drinking establishment.
      A feat any Irishman would wear with pride.

      Of James Corbett, the old men at the corner table still tell stories savage and pure.

  37. Sebastian De Clarke says:

    Thank you for this I was looking for something in depth !

  38. MaryD says:

    Your Latest article titled “This is War” brought me right back to my childhood and how I was terrorized by the government and the school that my parents trusted.
    We were subjected to horrific films about the powers of atomic bombs then forced to participate in “drills for preparedness.” Even at that young age I knew those drills were a futile effort and that we would all die.
    Your article made me realize that the children of today are in the precise situation as I was as a child.
    You are exactly correct when you said, “This is War;”
    “All military action is intertwined with psychological forces and effects.” Carl von Clausewitz On War, 1827.
    My heart is sad for the children.

    Psychological Operations Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures:


    Survival Under Atomic Attack 1951 NUCLEAR BOMB SHELTER FILM 29180 HD:


    Thank you for your voice.

  39. hanky says:

    Brave* New World

    *Chickenshit (From the 1984 doublespeak dictionary)

  40. Camille says:

    There’s another doctor speaking out against this coronavirus pandemonium, Gershom Zajicek M.D, Faculty of Medicine, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. I’ve been subscribed to him for a while, but I somehow missed the other videos he did recently on the subject.

    Coronavirus Infection is a self healing Disease

    From the video description:
    “The chaos of today is an outcome of the false theory of medicine. The theory ignores that most diseases are self healing. Our self healing capacity is called host resistance. Medicine ignores and even dislikes host resistance Yet this attribute of life is the key factor in the cure from coronavirus infection. From the very beginning of the coronavirus infection, host resistance was activated. I mentioned it in the [Presentation: Misleading Coronavirus Statistics]It is obvious to me that medicine missed the point. I therefore designed a simple model that illustrates relationship between coronavirus infection and host resistance. I used the Wolfram Mathematica package”

  41. nexangelus says:

    Not sure if anyone from the UK has posted the latest about new police powers to fine us for being outside unnecessarily (tabloid paper, but it was on the TV as I was leaving work today, I work in care, so I am one of the lucky ones commuting to and fro on my bicycle in the sun)

    I was on facebook because of my health and fitness (strongwoman athlete here), but have deactivated that pile of poop. There is no way to escape the c word and I have to admit it was getting to me mentally. I wish I was half as witty as the other contributors, thanks for this solace James!

  42. HomeRemedySupply says:

    nexangelus – UK
    Healthy UK Lady

    …one of the lucky ones commuting to and fro on my bicycle in the sun

  43. HomeRemedySupply says:

    …more on World War 3

    March 27, 2020
    Zero Hedge
    Wall Street Journal

    The Wall Street Journal’s Jacky Wong pretty much sums it up:
    “World War 3 during a pandemic wasn’t something I expected.”

    …A US warship transited through the Taiwan Strait on Wednesday, angering Beijing as both countries are fighting wars of their own against COVID-19 and escalating the blame-game for exactly who is ultimately responsible for the spread of the deadly virus…

    …The ship’s transit through the Taiwan Strait demonstrates the US commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific. The US Navy will continue to fly, sail and operate anywhere international law allows,” Junco said…

    …The cross-Strait relations between China and Taiwan could be heating up again. China slammed the US on Thursday for its latest stunt in the region.

    Ren Guoqiang, the spokesperson for the Chinese Ministry of National Defense, said the “US’s recent actions concerning Taiwan, such as dispatching warships across the Taiwan Strait and passing of the TAIPEI Act, were tantamount to interference in China’s internal affairs and undermined cross-strait peace and stability.”…

  44. zyxzevn says:

    This is war … on information

    Google censors Google Doc of medical hydroxychloroquine coronavirus treatment trial paper

    I think this is an act of murder by Google.
    They now block access to a working treatment,
    just to fit a political agenda.

    Del Bigtree explains the political agenda.
    Trump Vs Fauci Battle of Agendas

    Proof: Fact checkers are misleading you (Collective Evolution)
    The “fact checkers” are attacking information that is not in line
    with the technocracy.



    The virus is not worse than any other flue.
    Epidemiologist behind highly-cited Coronavirus model admits he
    was wrong, drastically revises model.
    From 500,000 dead in UK down to 20,000 or less.

  45. manbearpig says:

    Watch video in link to see robot maintaining order in Tunisia

    “The army in the streets of Tunis to enforce the confinement.Tunisia: a robot to enforce the confinement! REUTERS / ZOUBEIR SOUISSI
    13:50 27.03.2020URL short
    By Hanène Zbiss

    Difficult to make the Tunisians respect the confinement? The Ministry of the Interior is using new technologies: a remote-controlled robot to call citizens to order. In the test phase, this “terrestrial drone” produced by a Tunisian start-up, one of the world leaders on the market, is “a great development for the police”.

    “The Home Office is using new technology to enforce total containment.”

    The video shows a robot walking through the streets of Tunis ordering citizens who are still in circulation to show their ID card and possibly the pass to work. For those who have no justification for their movements, he reminds them of the rules of confinement.

    The automaton, which takes the form of a small vehicle with cameras on top, is controlled from an operations centre, as the video shows…

    “This is a test of this device,” Khaled Hayouni, spokesman for the interior ministry, told Sputnik. He did not want to give more details about the origin of these robots, their number and the date they were actually put into operation. “This is a strategic material, I can’t say more at the moment.”

    However, some information has leaked out about this new device. The robot is called PGuard and is manufactured by the Tunisian start-up Enova Robotics, which specialises in the development and marketing of mobile robotic systems and is based in Sousse (143 km south of Tunis). ..

    The PGuard robot is equipped with four Full HD infrared cameras, a 360° thermal camera, a GPS and a laser telemetry system and has an autonomy of 8 hours, says the Tunisian site Tuniscope.

    “These robots will be of great use in recording containment breaches and transporting medicines and food at a time when the risk of contamination is becoming increasingly threatening,” the news site said.

    “This is a great development for the Tunisian police and for Tunisia,” he concludes.
    Internet users have not failed to greet this progress by expressing their pride in the Tunisian engineers who have achieved it.

    The use of this robot comes at the right time since Tunisia, where 227 cases of Covid-19 had been recorded as of 27 March, is struggling to enforce total containment despite the tightening of measures imposed by the state in this regard. On 23 March, the President of the Republic even ordered the deployment of the army in the streets…”

  46. manbearpig says:

    3D printers requisitioned to counter a 3D virus!

    “How 3D printing could save lives in the coronavirus outbreak
    Digital manufacturers are stepping in to crank out nasal swabs, ventilator parts, and more as critical supply chains fail.

    by James Temple

    Mar 27, 2020

    “I can’t even tell you how many hospitals, and various other health institutions and health-care providers and governments, have asked us to help out with the situation,” says David Lakatos, chief product officer at Formlabs, which is based in Somerville, Massachusetts.

    As the pandemic strains global supply chains for critical medical products, a number of digital manufacturing companies are rushing in to meet immediate needs…”

    • mkey says:

      How the hell does one 3D print nasal swabs?

      • manbearpig says:

        ummmmmmmmmmmmm…dunno but………the FDA thinks it’s cool so…..

        “…On Thursday, an “ad hoc consortium” of institutions including the University of South Florida, Harvard, Stanford, and others announced they’d developed general guidelines for producing 3D-printed test swabs, in consultation with the FDA.

        They said that a handful of members—including Formlabs, Carbon, Hewlett-Packard, and EnvisionTec—were prepared to begin making specific varieties of swabs and could quickly ramp up to manufacture as many as 4 million per week…”

        …it must be cool, right?

  47. guy.s says:

    This is a great article, James, with which I largely agree, such as “in the eyes of the authoritarians, we are the enemy.” I would recommend, in this regard, an excellent book by Israeli dissident Jeff Halper, War Against the People: Israel, the Palestinians and Global Pacification:

    Key concepts in his book is that Israel and its formidable worldwide network are exporting their ‘securocratic state’ to the world, which has developed an elaborate ‘matrix of control’ and industry (e.g. mass reliance on drones) thriving on the controlled, sustained repression of the Palestinian people: a system of checkpoints, raids, psychological terror and economic exploitation. Anyone interested in what the planners have in store for us, if they have their way, should read this book. As the author states in a Ha’aretz article, the endgame is the Palestinianization of the whole world:

    The part of your argument where I am inclined to push back is the following: “this century-defining Great Powers struggle between China and the US is (just like the Cold War of the 20th century) a stage-managed, manipulated and, ultimately, phony conflict.” Having watched your previous videos, I remember you pointing out that Wall Street in the 1960’s or 1970’s (not sure which decade) was behind the industrialization of Communist China and that, without Wall Street’s massive investments, China wouldn’t have become the #1 exporter to the world. I certainly don’t deny this: it looks like part of Wall Street’s interest in China at the time was cheap labor, an intelligent, reliable cheap labor at that, so that oligarchs in the US could increase their profits. But sometimes, the apprentice turns against his master.

    I do not doubt that on some levels, the current Chinese oligarchy colludes with Western oligarchies “in a global fight against the people.” But I think you push the idea too far. I also think that Pepe Escobar too would say that you overstate your case. I have a sense that, over all, despite intra-Chinese class struggles, the Chinese oligarchy does care for China as a united people, a distinct nation (‘the People’s Republic’) to an appreciable degree, and that their actions do support the collective rise of China qua nation, no matter what class they belong to, no matter the inequalities and imperfections of their system.

    I further support the thesis, as I think you, Escobar and others do (e.g. Larry Romanoff, Ron Unz, Michel Chossudovsky, etc.), that the outbreak of the virus in Wuhan was a biological attack on China by the United States meant to decouple their respective economies from each other, further serving also as psy-op meant to blacken the image of China in the world, the ultimate goal being to cripple China’s OBOR:

    I seriously doubt that President Xi Jinping and China’s intelligentsia had been forewarned by the CIA that their country was about to be hit by a contagion with the coronavirus on an unprecedented scale. On the contrary, it looks like previous viral outbreaks, like the swine flu, had also been engineered in the USA (see Metallicman’s piece on Unz Review). For this very reason, the Chinese were very keen to benefit from the advanced viral sensors developed by Dr. Lieber at Harvard until he was arrested in January 2020 by the US authorities for his collaboration with the Chinese:

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

  48. alexandre says:

    From BRAZIL, I asked sister to give me info on deaths that are not from TV or social media. She asked her friend Ana Cristina, Dr, working at a hospital in SP, for info.
    (Tweeter or watsap)

    Ana Cristina · 9:52 There’s a doctor that works at the emergency room at my hospital, he’s in a respirator at Santa Maggiore hospital.

    Ana Cristina · 9:39 One of the clerks at the hospital, 32 years old, in the ICU in critical state, very serious.

    Ana Cristina · 8:53 There are 30 people in the ICU in Metropolitano Hospital with COVID-19.

    Ana Cristina · 8:20 5 years old child with COVID-19 in the ICU at São Luiz hospital.

    Ana Cristina ensures my sister that what she’s seeing is not normal. Too many people with respiratory problems, having to be “entubed” we say here – put on respirator? immediately and so on. SO….what is Ana Cristina witnessing, if this is “not normal”?

    Other ‘cases’ from mainstream media:
    Conductor of Coral Paulistano, Naomi Munakata, died from coronavirus.
    From Folha de São Paulo:
    Naomi Munakata was hospitalized on March 16. On March 19 she was tested positive for COVID. (No details about what she was in hospital for) “Even though the day before her death she was getting better, at night she got suddenly worse and ended up with a septic shock, dying at noon the next day”.

    Maestro Martinho Lutero, 66.
    Two weeks ago, maestro came back from Italy. Two days after he was admitted in a hospital with pulmonary complications. Yesterday he had a cardiac arrest. Apparently he was tested for coronavirus, but the test came back negative. However… get this….a second test, which came back positive, was only “informed during the death certificate process”. (Eureka?) Again, the day before, Martinho was getting better, but at night had a cardiac arrest and died.,840669/coronavirus-maestro-martinho-lutero-galati-de-oliveira-morre-em-sao-p.shtml

    Gabriel Martinez, 26 years old [poor] guy, felt bad, fever, was treated with antiviral drugs, went to hospital where they found a spot in his lung. Couldn’t do the test (even willing to pay for it). Was sent home with antibiotics etc, got worse, back to hospital, another test showed half his lung already blackened. Died the same day. Mother was told that “there aren’t tests for everybody, mandated by the Health Department”. (No tests for poor people?)

  49. alexandre says:

    From Jon Rappoport. I loved it.

    “The Virus confesses to the CDC in a midnight meeting”

  50. manbearpig says:

    Was this alleged Spanish doctor already posted?

    It really reminds me of Nurse Nayirah and

    “…the Spanish health minister has denied the accusations, which has been fact-checked by Maldita:

    where they say they’ve found proof the man in the video is not even a doctor

    but I couldn’t find that purported proof (not fluent in Spanish) or even a discussion about it in the linked doc?


    • mkey says:

      The smell test this does not pass.

      • manbearpig says:

        phew!… thought my olfactory system mighta been hijacked by the pollen er hormones er somethin…

        • alexandre says:

          Yeah, I know. But this a friend, not someone someone knows. This is a known personal friend of sister – I asked her exactly for that kind of personal info not to fall for these “someones” and statistics out there.
          What I can come up with for an explanation, knowing that this friend is not an actor (she’s really a doctor working at hospital – in the case of Ana), and knowing the soft mind of urban Brazilians which melt away at any establishment trend, is some sort of psychological engagement, mor or less, where you already are so convinced of something that you start seeing confirmations all around, proofs, evidences etc. This is happening to sister as well, I’m afraid, that’s why I quit talking. Even with all that info, no one died, so no deaths to report, just “very serious” one or two cases, against all the info we have and all we know about how these ops go. The mainstream reported deaths are curious – one a septic shock, the other a hear attack – with the maestro having a second “positive” test only informed at the death certificate process (!)

          But I also wanted to see if we’re not biased also, if I’m not trying to use this thing for some personal reason myself. I know the psyche and this is all too common. We think we’re being altruistic and objective, but when something goes against our project, we get angry. And that’s not very objective. If someone known personally working at a hospital says there’s something uncommon going on, we have to write that down and consider it. Is it a disease? Is it mass psychology? Or else we’re doing what they do, throwing away anything that doesn’t serve us as “mainstream theory”.

          I don’t know, it’s been a test here to deal with the acute bolsonitis infecting everyone and I think I’ll just do the translations and back to the piano and house cleaning. Mass madness isn’t something innocuous or theoretical. It’s a black hole.

          • manbearpig says:

            today I saw a single curvy chemtrail in the sky.

            what would be the point of one single chemtrail?

            to convince the world that one ordinary passenger plane makes those sawtooth trails?

            one sawtooth trail in a limpid blue sky.

  51. HopefulOne says:

    I am grateful for the community of the Corbett Report. I enjoy reading each person’s unique perspective, and hearing the views from all over the US and abroad.

    Perhaps it’s time to request a little sanity and perspective from elected officials.

    For example, in Dallas TX, as of yesterday, there were 367 people (in total) who had been diagnosed with the virus, since this event began. This includes those already recovered, and those “currently” diagnosed.

    The population of Dallas County was 2.618 million in 2017, and has grown approx 1,000 people per week since then.

    367 is *0.014%* of the population of Dallas County.

    Of that 367, 40 were admitted to ICU, and 23 (6.26%)
    needed a ventilator.

    Questions for those making decisions for the good people of Dallas:
    If this virus is affecting (in total) less than one-quarter of one percent of this population, what number are we aiming for? In order to restore jobs and businesses to folks?

    A quick look at the official web pages does not show the # of asymptomatic or recovered cases.

    There is also an interesting comment following an editorial in the Star-Telegram:

    “I’m so thrilled to see the S-T push for more solid data. Nebulous and no information other than telling us to stay home will backfire because it lacks credibility and leaders are losing credibility with me. We should be told 1) how many hospital beds exist in the county, 2) how many people are hospitalized now with C-19, 3) how many hospitalized are in ICU being treated for C-19, 4) how many of those hospitalized are intubated because of C-19.”

    It is important that we step back and look at this objectively in terms of what we are being told.

    Looking at the statistics is in addition to: the issues of #s of false-positives, as well as questions surrounding whether the test being used is specific enough to identify solely this virus, excluding all others.

    Contrasting the “data” about CV 19 to the incidence of heart disease, smoking w/ lung disease, diabetes, etc could also be revealing to citizens.

    As CR members, we were willing to spread information about egregious government conduct in other areas, so I wonder why not ask these types of questions of those in power now?

    • mkey says:

      Which venue would you suggest for executing this sort of inquiry?

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I think that it starts locally.
        But I guess any place where a voice could be heard probably works.

        I remember GeneralBottleWasher telling the story of how the Oklahoma Governor was promoting the “stay at home”, while the Tulsa Mayor was dining out at a restaurant and encouraging others to do so.

        367 is *0.014%* of the population of Dallas County


        Holy Moly…the Fear Mongers couldn’t live with that!
        Quick…move the decimal !…
        …three times… maybe four times for more bailout money.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Regarding HopefulOne’s figures…

          367 is *0.014%* of the population of Dallas County


          Holy Moly…the Fear Mongers couldn’t live with that!

          This post of links by glasia underscores the value of these stats as posed against the irrational behavior of the Authoritarians.

        • mik says:

          Looks like testing personal there is sabotaging. They will get incentives, payed overtime.
          They will pay homeless to get tested….this has to be improved…

      • HopefulOne says:


        Really good question.

        I agree completely with HRH- any place where a voice can be heard.

        I started by sending emails to folks who are either business or community leaders. Posting on CR, talking to enlightened people today; raising the subject.

        A woman named Betty is the author of the comment on the editorial of the local newspaper. Following her lead in various venues in comment sections of articles, editorials, etc might be helpful…

        Perhaps a sympathetic mayor, councilman, or official would be open to the questions…

        I see so many creative folks here on CR who probably can think up unlimited ways to communicate these ideas-

        Even though there seem to be many powers aligned against sanity and rational thinking, I can’t help but think that there must be some individuals, either grass roots or in positions of power who can see the situation more clearly.

        It may also work effectively on a local level, with local statistics- as a society we need to have an endpoint goal in mind, first locally, then regionally, in order to stop the endless moving of the goalposts and therefore feeding of the fear porn.

        Facts not Fear


  52. Truth seeker says:

    Why is the world listening to the director of WHO (World Health Organization). Tedros is a communist. Can you trust communists? See link below.
    WHO is part of the UN, so it is part of that globalist organization to turn world communist. So what better to turn America communist, is shutting down businesses and making people poor. They are unfortunately succeeding.

  53. Truth seeker says:

    Dr. Shiva exposes deep state Dr. SHIVA.

  54. seth.w.h says:

    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.

    • mkey says:

      I’m affraid we are centuries away from “give me liberty, or give me death”. What’s even worse, people of that disposition were leaving Europe and heading off to the states. Has the experiment failed miserably?

  55. manbearpig says:

    ” China / Military
    Beijing may step up drills in South China Sea amid rising tensions with US military, analysts say

    Chinese air force and navy simulated face-to-face encounters with invading aircraft and warships in latest exercises
    They took place the same day a US destroyer carried out a freedom of navigation patrol in the contested waters

    Minnie Chan

    Published: 12:00pm, 29 Mar, 2020″

    Mr. Corbett prophetic again?

    • alexandre says:

      You think we may soon see a mushroom cloud after all? Is it part of the Opera? The Grand Ole Opera? (Ole as in “olé”).

      • manbearpig says:

        do you feel afraid? just a turn of the screw. Spoiler Alert:

        “Classified as both gothic fiction and a ghost story, the novella focuses on a governess who, caring for two children at a remote estate, becomes convinced that the grounds are haunted…the brilliance of the novella results from its ability to create an intimate sense of confusion and suspense within the reader… The ghost of Quint appears to the governess at the window. The governess shields Miles, who attempts to see the ghost. The governess tells Miles he is no longer controlled by the ghost, and then finds that Miles has died in her arms…”

        In other words, a lot of bone pointing and collateral damage of the most vulnerable…

  56. Not Another Not-Bot! says:

    And, again, its all-out-war
    on the Invisible Foe,

    as the Free World’s throngs
    are sent to their room.

    And Kim Jong-un
    bombs the Sea of Japan.

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