UN Declares World Peace!

07/05/2020107 Comments

Kumbaya and pass the bubbly! World peace has been achieved!

What, haven't you heard? The UN Security Council just passed a resolution that calls for a global ceasefire as a type of "humanitarian pause" while the world deals with the coronavirus pandemic that (we are told) is wreaking such havoc on the human population.

Or, as the UN puts it:

The Security Council on Wednesday echoed the Secretary-General’s call for a worldwide ceasefire, to combat the coronavirus pandemic that has already claimed more than half a million lives. The UN chief welcomed the long-awaited move, calling for countries to "redouble their efforts for peace."

This tells us three things:

1) Our noble leaders love us and care for us and want to protect us during this time of crisis.

2) The pandemic must be real and it must be supremely grave, because why else would the Security Council be acting like this?

3) We can expect the next 90 days to be a heaven on earth where the nations of the world lay down their arms and live in peace and harmony.


Well, not exactly. You see, the resolution asks member nations to cease all of their military operations except "military operations against Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da’esh), Al-Qaida and Al-Nusra Front, and all other individuals, groups, undertakings and entities associated with Al-Qaida or ISIL, and other Council-designated terrorist groups." But other than that wee little asterisk, that's it. War is done-zo! . . . For three months, anyway.

So, wait, why did the Saudis just launch a fresh military campaign against the Yemenis? Didn't they get the memo? What on earth is going on here?

Learn more about the UN Security Council's bold resolution and what it really means in this week's important edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber. Also, stick around for a Subscriber Exclusive video featuring an Xer vs. Millennial grudge match!

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  1. Get your world peace t-shirts here! :- votejainism.com

  2. robert.t says:

    You know, I really thought that they were going to stage an alien arrival to follow up on those (reported) celeb visits to Antarctica and the promotion of Asgardia as a serious concept.

    Maybe it would not be as explicit as Michael Rennie coming down from a saucer and declaring peace or else…but, then again, how do you stage something like that subtly? Experience has shown that centralising all media and getting everybody glued to all media means people can be made to believe ANYTHING within days. Not much conditioning or lead-up needed now. Five years ago Asgardia would have been a lame comedy sketch. Empty streets (with exemptions for race riots) across the world would have seemed an absurdity five months ago.

    But I was wrong. Instead of aliens the UN has decided to declare world peace. Who needs Klaatu? The advantage of this is that they still have Alien Arrival up their sleeves. Moreover with infection all hostility can be turned toward other humans, like Chi-nah. Countless zombie movies and zombie novels and zombie mini-series have conditioned us to destroy the infected after an understandable moment of compassion (they still look so much like people!).

    We have but one hope, and one saviour. Tell everyone what that is. You will lose friends, but do it.

    The only hope and only saviour is a button which says OFF. Leave their media on and perish.

    Turn OFF.


  3. n4x5 says:

    “Do you really think the average Saudi would be motivated to help fund and equip an Air Force, and then volunteer to jump in a fighter jet and conduct bombing raids on Yemeni villages, slaughtering men, women and children they’ve never met and who never caused them offense, all on their own?” Who knows. Positing counterfactuals like this about what would happen in a thought exercise about an alternate reality is of dubious utility. The reality is that advanced military technology and ruthless ambitious humans willing to use it — or willing to convince others to use it — do exist. We need to work within the constraints imposed upon us by that reality.

    • n4x5 says:

      This kind of statement is made often: if X, then Y would have happened or would happen. If the conditional evaluates to false, saying what would have happened if it evaluated to true doesn’t necessarily make any progress towards Y. Also, it is often speculative and fails to account for the sheer complexity of the world. In some simple scenarios, making such statements is unproblematic. If I had not opened my hand, the rock would not have fallen to the ground. We can typically make such a statement with confidence because it involves a simple uncomplicated physical process. When we make statements about complex human systems with many moving parts involving various interrelated variables, we are much less justified in saying what would have happened in the past or what will happen in the future. “So, yes, if the global elistists truly wanted to bring about world peace, it wouldn’t just be possible, it would be fairly straightforward. They would just have to dismantle the war machine they created, renounce the warmaking powers they bestowed on themselves, and get behind the movement to criminalize war.” Leaving aside the issue of what the elitists want, we should have some humility about our predictive powers on such matters. War is literally older than our species. Hierarchies are the norm, and power vacuums are usually short-lived. If we can find isolated incidents of anarchic tranquility, we should examine the conditions under which those episodes occurred but not automatically expect that they can be replicated universally. I’ve mentioned the need for realism on military affairs before on more than one occasion, and similar considerations apply here.

      • Libertydan says:

        Indeed, Peace doesn’t just happen. People have to make it happen. The Evil bastards have to be held in check by people that are willing to go the extra mile.

  4. mkey says:


    The highwire did a good show the past week. There are a few excerpts from the whole show, this being one and a good one to see. Ziegler had some connection issue so some of what he had to say was unintelligible, but all in all a good show.

    • mkey says:


      This one was quite juicy as well, but youtube scrubbed it. Maybe someone can find a reupload somewhere.

      • mkey says:

        I have made a reupload on bitchute.


        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          It is a good thing that you did.

          YouTube Deleted the Video
          “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.”
          Part of YouTube Guidelines include that they want to murder people, cause turmoil, grief, conflict, despair and a global populace of ditzy airheads.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Del Bigtree has been really great at passionately “calling bullshit” to all the bullshit that is going on.
      I think it resonates.

    • pearl says:

      Fantastic. I watched John Ziegler’s awesome confrontation, but I came upon it as an embedded link in a separate article which a CR subscriber posted last week on a different thread. I read it, but kicking myself for not saving it. By chance, can anybody point me to it? Unfortunately, I don’t know the name of the author but his webpage features a very large, black masked icon substituting a “zero” in his phrase Mask 2.0. Does this ring a bell with anyone?


      • debra.b says:

        pearl, I think I completely know what you’re talking about. The big large black masked icon looked like it was almost a hand over their mouth? If that’s correct, I know what you’re talking about, but I don’t remember which comment thread it’s on or the website either. I thought I bookmarked it, but my iPad has been dropping bookmarks and I don’t know how to fix it. I know this is not exactly helpful, but I just wanted to say I’m pretty certain I know what you’re talking about. I’ll scroll around a bit to see if I can find it though. 🙂

        • debra.b says:

          pearl, my first post is awaiting moderation, but I think this might be the right one rather than the first. Both good though.

          LOCKDOWN LUNACY 2.0: Second wave? Not even close.


          By J.B. Handley
          Why did politicians ever lockdown society in the first place? Can we all agree that the stated purpose was to “flatten the curve” so our hospital system could handle the inevitable COVID-19 patients who needed care? At that point, at least, back in early March, people were behaving rationally. They accepted that you can’t eradicate a virus, so let’s postpone things enough to handle it. The fact is, we have done that, and so much more. The headlines are filled with dire warnings of a “second wave” and trigger-happy Governors are rolling back regulations to try to stem the tide of new cases. But, is any of it actually true and should we all be worried? No, it’s not a second wave. The COVID-19 virus is on its final legs, and while I have filled this post with graphs to prove everything I just said, this is really the only graph you need to see, it’s the CDC’s data, over time, of deaths from COVID-19 here in the U.S., and the trend line is unmistakable:

          • pearl says:

            YES! How on earth did you find it? Lockdown Lunacy 2.0…I wasn’t even close! And waking up this morning, I remembered that it was a hand masking the face.

            Thank you so much, Debra! This article is a keeper!!

            • debra.b says:

              You’re welcome, pearl! I mess things up a lot, so I’m pretty good at troubleshooting. 😉

              I agree. It’s totally a keeper. This was another really good one I thought. I meant to post it before.


              Did vaccines really save the world?
              By J.B. Handley

              Since 1900, there’s been a dramatic 74% decline in mortality rates in developed countries, largely due to a marked decrease in deaths from infectious diseases. How much of this decline was due to vaccines? The history and data provide clear answers that matter greatly in today’s debate about vaccines as the race to find a vaccine for COVID-19 pushes us towards a vaccine that might be mandated for everyone.

              Since 1900, the mortality rate in America and other first-world countries has declined by roughly 74%, creating a dramatic improvement in quality of life and life expectancy for Americans.

              The simple question: “How did this happen?”

              Why did the mortality rate decline so precipitously? If you listen to vaccine promoters, the answer is simple: vaccines saved us. What’s crazy about this narrative is how easy it is to disprove, the data is hiding in plain sight. The fact that this easily-proven-false narrative persists, however, tells us a lot about the world we live in, and I hope will encourage parents to reconsider the veracity of many of the narratives they’ve been fed about vaccines, and do their own primary research.

              1970, Dr. Edward H. Kass
              Standing before his colleagues on October 19, 1970, Harvard’s Dr. Edward H. Kass gave a speech to the annual meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America that would likely get him run out of this same profession today. At the time, Dr. Kass was actually the President of the organization, which made the things he had to say about vaccines and their impact on the reduction in American mortality rates even more shocking, at least by today’s standards. Forty-eight years after Dr. Kass’ speech, vaccines have taken on a mythological status in many corners of our world, hyped up by the people who benefit the most from their use. Of course vaccines saved the world. Of course every child should get every vaccine. If you don’t vaccinate, you will enable the return of deadly childhood diseases. If you don’t vaccinate, your child will die. If you question vaccines, even a little, you’re an “anti-vaxxer” who should be shunned and dismissed!

              But what if most of the history about the role vaccines played in declining mortality isn’t even true?

              In his famous speech, Dr. Kass took his infectious disease colleagues to task, warning them that drawing false conclusions about WHY mortality rates had declined so much could cause them to focus on the wrong things. [Article continues]

              • debra.b says:

                Continuing Excerpt….

                As he explained:

                “…we had accepted some half truths and had stopped searching for the whole truths. The principal half truths were that medical research had stamped out the great killers of the past —tuberculosis, diphtheria, pneumonia, puerperal sepsis, etc. —and that medical research and our superior system of medical care were major factors extending life expectancy, thus providing the American people with the highest level of health available in the world. That these are half truths is known but is perhaps not as well known as it should be.”

                Dr. Kass then shared some eye-opening charts with his colleagues. I’m trying to imagine a President of the Infectious Diseases Society of America sharing one of these charts today at a meeting of public health officials. I picture someone turning the power off for the room where he’s presenting and then he gets tackled and carried off the stage…here’s the first example of a chart Dr. Kass shared in 1970……

                NOTE: This article goes on much longer and contains images. It’s well worth the read, imo.

      • debra.b says:

        Okay, I think I have it, pearl. Fingers crossed!

        LOCKDOWN LUNACY: the thinking person’s guide


        By J.B. Handley

        For anyone willing to look, there are so many facts that tell the true story, and it goes something like this:

        Knowing what we know today about COVID-19’s Infection Fatality Rate, asymmetric impact by age and medical condition, non-transmissibility by asymptomatic people and in outdoor settings, near-zero fatality rate for children, and the basic understanding of viruses through Farr’s law, locking down society was a bone-headed policy decision so devastating to society that historians may judge it as the all-time worst decision ever made. Worse, as these clear facts have become available, many policy-makers haven’t shifted their positions, despite the fact that every hour under any stage of lockdown has a domino-effect of devastation to society. Meanwhile, the media—with a few notable exceptions—is oddly silent on all the good news. Luckily, an unexpected group of heroes across the political landscape—many of them doctors and scientists—have emerged to tell the truth, despite facing extreme criticism and censorship from an angry mob desperate to continue fighting an imaginary war.

        My goal is to engage in known facts. You, the reader, can decide if all of these facts, when you put them together, equate to the story above.

        Or this one…


  5. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The Corbett Report Subscriber article of 7/5/2020 “UN Declares World Peace!”
    and its…
    SUBSCRIBER EXCLUSIVE VIDEO – Featuring The Old Man and Talking Head

    Oh gosh! This 20 minute recollection of times in decades past was so refreshing!
    Not only did it flush out memories of past eras, but painted the canvas to what ‘normal’ can be.
    Anyway, I just loved the conversation.

    The evolution of electronic communication devices (phones and music and games) is interesting.

    I understand the “Old Man” bit. Like Broc, I sometimes think of Corbett as “The Old Man”. Perhaps it is a hybrid colloquialism/idiom/endearing term.
    In the 5th grade, during the steamy hot, east Texas summer with no A/C while lying on the cool floorboards of the house, I was reading the children’s book “The Marvelous Inventions of Alvin Fernald”. Young Alvin and his buddy would often call each other “old man”.

    Hearing Broc and Corbett’s conversation, I find myself dated.
    Give me Raquel Welch, Sophia Loren, or Jane Fonda following her X-rated (must be over 18 to see) movie “Barbarella”.

    • Stronghorse says:

      I very much enjoyed this conversation too. Thank you James and Broc. It was some what like opening a time capsule. I remember many of the things mentioned, but I can’t say that I participated in many.
      Then again, my first computer was an Intel 8088. The mouse had not been invented yet, the floppy discs were indeed floppy, it had a monochrome monitor, and a whopping 40 Megabyte Hard Drive. In fact, I still have it, and the spool type printer. It’s tucked away in the back of a closet somewhere, just waiting for some museum. There were no computers in schools back then. None at home either. That was something that only NASA and the CIA had, and a computer would fit into a good sized room if you were good at organizing, and it was a big room.
      As for telephones, I do remember when the first person in town got a car phone in 1975. I thought it was simply amazing at the time, and it would honk the car’s horn when it rang if the driver set it to, in case he or she was not in the car, but close enough to hear the car horn.
      However, I also still remember having to listen for the right amount of, and proper sequence of rings before picking up the receiver, in order to make sure the call was for your house. It was called “Party Line”, and definitely not private. Lots of little old ladies knew everything talked about by all of their neighbors.
      So I guess that puts me squarely in the “Boomer” generation. We all played outside and rode bikes, but that was after moving into town, before that your bike ride involved gravel roads and cow pastures. You also had to have your chores finished before engaging in the fun activities. I didn’t take to the bicycle at first, it was too much work and could not go as many places as my horse could.
      I miss those times. Anyone making any progress with a Flux Capacitor?

    • debra.b says:

      Feeling a bit dated myself. LOL Loved this conversation! James and Broc so casual, yet so fun. Always assumed I was Gen X, whatever those labels mean. With most questions falling more towards my kids and youngest sister, I began wondering. Am I a boomer?! Born in 70?! Ha! Loved when James crushed it, saying these are just further divisions. That’s how I’ve always felt. I can definitely appreciate the distinctions between the times.

      I also enjoyed hearing about the electronics, phones, music, etc… Calling, saying hello first to your friend’s mom or dad. Hadn’t thought of it. Brought me right back there! Also, playing outside with friends. My Grandma belonged to a private lake community, so we were there nearly every day in summer. Tire tubes, ice cream man, fishing. Great times. I often played outside in the woods alone too. We had about 5 acres. In the woods was a tree that had grown into the shape of an elephant. My brother and I fashioned a rope around the lower part of the trunk. I’d climb up, pretend I was riding an elephant. Lots to explore in the woods. Ponds, streams, all kinds of trees, blackberries for the picking, a huge rock I’d pretend was a stage, practice tap dancing on it. I still know how to tap dance. We were excited about my Dad’s CB radio he installed in our station wagon for road trips/vacations. My Dad let us talk to truckers! Car phones, not our deal.

      As a teen, I ran around town with friends, ran around my Grandma’s town with my cousins and their friends. Ran up the phone bill. Back then, almost everywhere else was a “long distance” phone call. The neighboring town was a long distance call.

      First celebrity crush? Umm…Scott Baio (Chachi, Happy Days.) Big Screen? John Travolta, Grease. My mom took us to see Grease 14 times. She returned the bottles and cans to get money for us to go again. I loved Olivia Newton John even more though. I wanted to be her. 🙂 I still love her. She has an incredible voice. Then there was “The Outsiders”. Enter Rob Lowe. Musician/Rock Star crushes…too many. My choices improved with age. I think?! 😊Didn’t care about video games. My brother did. My cousin had Atari. I think Asteroids was first? My Parents bought my brother Intellivision. I was into music, singing and dance. My mom had a stereo where I played albums and 45s. I also had a tape recorder. And, eventually a Walkman and “boom box.” I listened to Top 40 countdown every Sunday with my cassette tape ready to record the songs I loved. My parents couldn’t always afford to buy me records or cassettes.

      I didn’t use a computer until night school in 1989. No internet until the job that would become my “career” workplace in 1992, which ended up landing me smack in the middle of the internet industry.

      “Flux capacitor” Yes, please! 😄

  6. Alchemist says:

    Ha, now that Corbett did the millennial quiz, I don’t feel so silly about doing it myself 🙈😬 I’d say if you went through high school without social media, you’re Gen X.

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Potentially BIG, BIG NEWS regarding the Covid case counts in the U.S. (and death counts)

    (My thanks to Houston, Texas Corbett Report Member CQ.)
    I am just beginning to scratch the surface…

    Recent national news cycles have reported the alarming increase of Covid cases in Texas.
    Just north of Dallas County, lies the very affluent Collin County.
    On May 24th, Collin County Judge Chris Hill made this public statement:

    According to guidance provided by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), Texas will soon begin implementing a new definition for COVID-19 cases that has the potential to significantly and artificially increase case totals.

    Prior to this new guidance, Collin County and Texas have been reporting “confirmed” cases based upon laboratory PCR (polymerase chain reaction) tests which detect SARS-CoV-2 RNA in a clinical specimen.

    According to DSHS, Texas will now begin reporting “probable” cases in addition to “confirmed” cases. To qualify as a “probable” COVID-19 case, a person must meet…

    The problem with this new “probable” definition strategy is in the details…

    …There are four possible options for a person to meet this requirement.
    But #3 is the critical one…
    • Travel to or residence in an area with sustained, ongoing community transmission of COVID-19…

    Because we now have sustained, ongoing community transmission of COVID-19 in Collin County, every resident of the county meets this criteria….

    (The Judge goes on with other information and the insanity of it all.)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      This July 3rd video (34 minutes) gives us details of the NEW DEFINITIONS concerning Covid cases (and deaths).

      You will see an excerpt video (10 minute mark) from the May 18, 2020 Collin County Commissioners Court with Judge Hill and also a County Health Services staff member. They go over the new definitions.

      Solid Proof: COVID-19 Cases Extremely Inflated | Jason Mangum & Mark Anderson | World Impact News
      (34 minutes)

      • Jed says:

        Forget about finding out who died of what here where I live. You wouldn’t get a real count of anything here in New York. The governor’s brother is a talking head on a major network, there’s little to no political opposition. The right wing’rs here on Long Island are actually hardcore socialists and they don’t even know it. The global architects have some real friends here in New York and whatever they’d like to try out is all fine and dandy here. I still say this whole thing is a scam — seasonal flu all the way.

        • debra.b says:

          I hear ya, Jed. Where goes NY goes CT. Fairfield County first and foremost. But, the rest will catch up. Cuomo brothers are insufferable. Political mafia East to West. Cuomo and Trump go at each other like a couple of WWE wrestlers. Meanwhile, Bloomberg, Gates and Eric.Schmidt in there “reimagining” education, health with contact tracing army and smart cities.

          • Jed says:

            That’s a great comparison, the WWE. I’d love to see someone crack any of the above mentioned over the head with a metal folding chair, it’d make those press conferences worth watching.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            On July 5th, 2017, James Corbett goes over the wrestling and Trump.
            ( a minute or more or less)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Here is the original source May 18, 2020 Collin County Commissioners Court Video.
      (2 hours)

      • camille.o says:

        I’m not sure what CQ posted to start this, so I apologize if this is a duplicate.

        I check Rappoport’s site everyday and he posted this last week. The people testing positive for antibodies are also being counted as positive cases for the day.


        I will print your link out as well as the link I left for CQ on the other post.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Thanks Camille.
          I read over Rappoport’s piece and the referenced Atlantic article which also references other newspapers.
          This article has to do with the actual tests.

          The “Tests” themselves are not really at issue on these new definitions, although I’m sure that the game is rigged in that arena.

          A new accounting mechanism has been introduced which essentially can make almost anyone a Covid case. Thus if one goes in to get a test, not only are they automatically counted “probable”, but many other folks are counted “probable” as well.

          According to the new definitions and criteria via the Commissioners Court, a person can be considered a probable Covid case just because they had a cough, or was connected to someone who had a cough. It becomes that silly.

          The bottom line…the more folks who go to get tested, the more exponentially the case number count because all their associates are also counted.
          In a way, it does not matter what the results of the “swab test” say.

          • camille.o says:

            One has to wonder when the case count will exceed the actual number of residents in our state.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              It’s a long discussion there at the Collin County Commissioners Court.
              Actually, I am pretty impressed with County Judge Chris Hill.
              The video is May 18th. He sees the writing on the wall.
              Suddenly, in late June, the Texas Covid cases soared to the sky and the news cycle bit in hard.

              There are all kinds of things at play…
              Texas sometime around May adopts the CDC guidelines which originally came from the “Council of State & Territorial Epidemiologists” on April 4th. (36 minute mark)

              Texas prepares to roll out this new definition.
              Texas hires private contractors for “Contact Tracing”.
              These private contractors will be responsible for all the data collection.
              At the 51 minute mark, (remember…this is May) Judge Chris Hill explains that their own County data collection at some point in the future will not jive with the State’s.
              It will be taken over by the private contractors.
              At that point, Collin County will no longer keep tabs of cases.
              Thus, the figures given to the public will be grossly out of context.
              (Recall: Any “probable” Covid case will be counted as a Covid case.)

              Anyway, the Judge foresees the coming vast distortion.
              He saw the writing on the wall.
              He even said that he doesn’t know “when” it will happen, but it will occur once the State of Texas implements the private contractors and everything is set in place.

              One lady Commissioner posits that the State is pushing for future Federal funding.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              CDC Surveillance Case Definition – WEBPAGE
              Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
              2020 Interim Case Definition, Approved April 5, 2020


              In my above comment, you see where I note the 36 minute mark and the April 4th date (which should be April 5th).

              This seems to be the exact surveillance definitions which Texas adopted in May.
              Once the State of Texas had “their ducks in a row”, the new definitions took effect.
              Thus, the rules for counting Covid cases suddenly changed.

              EXAMPLE of defining a Covid case NEW RULES:
              ~~~If a person has At least one of the following symptoms: cough, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing
              ~~~having Traveled to or residence in an area with sustained, ongoing community transmission of SARS-CoV-2.
              ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
              CSTE (Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists) realizes that field investigations will involve evaluations of persons with no symptoms and these individuals will need to be counted as cases.

              (I will repeat that asinine statement from the CDC website)
              CSTE (Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists) realizes that field investigations will involve evaluations of persons with no symptoms and these individuals will need to be counted as cases.

              • debra.b says:

                My specialist ordered tests for me to have done at the hospital. 48 hrs. prior I am required to have a Cvd19 test. Required in order to be allowed to ENTER the hospital. I’ve delayed. But, I don’t know how long I can hold it off. I knew I was sunk the moment she told me I’d be required to test before being allowed to enter the hospital. Surely, they’ve dealt with other contagious diseases before without keeping people out of hospitals! This is seriously F’d up!

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Inflated Covid case numbers

        …regarding the original source May 18, 2020 Collin County Commissioners Court Video.
        (see above comment for active link)
        ~~www collincountytx.new.swagit.com/videos/62477
        This VIDEO starts the Covid discussion at 15:25 and ends at 60:00.
        There are many profound statements along the way, including the last couple minutes.

        Here is the pdf
        GRAPHIC EXPLANATION which illustrates inflated Covid Cases as a result of new definitions.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      At the 14:40 mark of the following video, Architect Ron Avery shows us a close up and easy to decipher dialogue box graphic which aids in understanding the new Covid case definitions and criteria.

      Link to VIDEO via Corbett Report Member “CQ”.

      At 52:30 of the video, Ron Avery shows us the new definition for a Covid Death.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      State of Texas pdf
      Version 2.0 – Released 6/25/2020 Page 1 of 4 COVID-19 Testing: PCR, Antigen, and Antibody Tests Explained


      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        CORRECTION on above active link which bears the title below…

        Texas Dept of Health and Human Services – pdf
        DSHS Surveillance Case Definitions for 2019 Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)- Revised: May 11, 2020

      • HomeRemedySupply says:


        This link for
        Version 2.0 – Released 6/25/2020 Page 1 of 4 COVID-19 Testing: PCR, Antigen, and Antibody Tests Explained

        • Libertydan says:

          I think we need to ask; Who benefits if the Authorities are able to declare anyone they want “Infected with COVID19”?
          Damn! it was bad enough when they called anyone they wanted to a “terrorist”!
          Now Hospitals get paid $13,000 when they admit someone for CovID19 and another $39,000 when they put them on a ventilator (never to be heard from again).
          Welcome to the most expensive Health System in the World, eh!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Dated May 26th (a few days following Judge Chris Hill open “Facebook type” post – see top)

      WFAA Channel 8 ABC (also tied to “The Dallas Morning News”)
      Researcher shares how to understand probable coronavirus cases
      (one minute video embedded)

      (One can tell that his “Expert” doesn’t care about the ramifications, possible contractor fraud, and potential future inflated numbers not expressed by the media.)
      Collin County Judge Chris Hill has said he’s upset Texas will now track probable cases.

      Texas’s Department of State Health Services has added so much information to its COVID-19 website it now has two separate dashboards to include it all along with a handful of Excel spreadsheets as well.

      Diana Cervantes is an epidemiologist at UNT Health Science Center where she teaches on how people react during pandemics.
      “I love to see how people perceive information,” she said.

      She says there’s a point with each virus where people can get exhausted trying to understand the numbers and risks, and that’s about where we’re at now.
      “That is something that happens in every single outbreak,” she said.

      In a Facebook post this week, Collin County Judge Chris Hill says he’s upset over another new statistic: probable cases.
      He also announced the state would take over the reporting and contact tracing for the virus before saying Tuesday that the county would continue to do the work — at least, until a special Friday meeting.

      Cervantes says using probable cases is standard practice. One example of a probable case: A woman tests positive, but her husband, who doesn’t want to be tested, also has symptoms.
      “That is common for many diseases,” she said. “We couldn’t do it earlier. We were at the point of trying to understand more about this disease.”

      Hill’s post said the state’s definition makes it seem like there will be a lot of false positives if someone in the county simply had a headache and shortness of breath.

      Cervantes says that’s not the case, and there are investigations into each case. On top of that, there is a line in definition about there not being any alternative diagnosis.
      “It helps you better understand the disease,” she said. “You can cast a broader net.”…

      …Hill said in another post Tuesday he spoke to state leaders today and feels more at ease now.
      State officials with DSHS said they’re not sure when or how they’ll share the probable cases…

      …Cervantes has worked for both local and state health departments in the past.
      “There is pressure during these times to add more and more data based on what politicians want to see,” she said….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Currently, for “Collin County Update Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)” (and many, many other places) the COVID tracking is by ArcGIS via esri.

        Forrester names Esri a leader in location intelligence.

        Pioneering ArcGIS, powerful mapping and analytics software.

        Featured article
        Smart Maps Guide COVID-19 Investigations and Actions, and Monitor Effectiveness
        by Este Geraghty, MD, MS, MPH, GISP and Ryan Lanclos
        Location intelligence provides a valuable lens for COVID-19 response—exploring the dynamic connections between people, their health and well-being, and changing physical and social environments.
        Key Takeaways
        Investigators use GIS to determine who an infected person has come in contact with.
        Epidemiologists monitor the spread of the virus through space and time to implement control, preventive, and surveillance measures.
        Policy makers use GIS to evaluate available facilities and increase healthcare capacity.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Published June 29, 2020
      Here is a 17 minute video about this “probable case” definition at the A J video website.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        (Erin Anderson writes a very thorough article complete with graphics.)

        By Erin Anderson
        Published May 26 & 27, 2020

        Could Artificially Spike Collin County Cases
        County officials warn local COVID-19 case and death numbers may show a misleading increase just as Texas is reopening for business.


        …Prior to the new case-definition guidelines, Collin County and Texas have been reporting “confirmed” cases based on laboratory PCR (polymerase chain reaction) tests which detect SARS-CoV-2 RNA in a clinical specimen.

        Under the state’s expanded criteria, it is possible to meet the definition of a probable COVID-19 case without exhibiting any symptoms at all.

        “It is remarkable how low the standard is now,” Hill said at last week’s commissioners court meeting during a briefing on the changes:
        “I fear this is coming at a time when we’re just now starting to reopen. If the numbers jump in a false way, it’s going to start to be very concerning to our citizens that we’re actually going backwards.”

        “I am not happy with the state-mandated changes,” Commissioner Darrell Hale said following the meeting. “As a county, we have been good about reporting cases and information. And now, midstream, the reporting methodology is changing. This change will make quality decisions harder.”

        On Sunday, Hill said there are significant reasons to be concerned with the new reporting criteria.


        • HomeRemedySupply says:


          The increase in false positives will result in more residents quarantined for insignificant reasons and will raise public distrust of the state’s reporting. It will also stress health department resources, as contact tracing of more “probable” cases will lead to inflated lists of people being monitored.

          “None of these help us stop the spread of COVID-19, nor do they strike a prudent balance between public health priorities and individual concerns,” he said. “This is not the way to keep our communities healthy.”

          Hill said the state is also changing how virus-related deaths are reported:
          “Currently, a death in our community is reported as COVID-19 related only if a laboratory test had been completed and confirmed.
          Under the new DSHS guidance, any individual whose death certificate lists COVID-19 as a cause of death or a significant condition contributing to death (even when no confirmatory laboratory testing was performed) will be included in the COVID-19 death totals.”

          “This is alarming and comes at a time when we are starting to reopen,” Collin County resident Deidra Dennis told Texas Scorecard.
          “It will drive up the probable case numbers and deaths, thus [indicating] we should shut down again. The state, instead of counties, will take charge and do the full virus statistical reporting and contact tracing. I don’t see removing local county control as a good idea.”

          Local activist Mike Openshaw, who has a background in medical microbiology/virology and data analysis, has been following the coronavirus numbers closely since the beginning of the outbreak and is also alarmed by the reporting changes.

          “Suddenly adding these numbers to the number of confirmed cases will cause the numbers to skyrocket,” Openshaw posted on Facebook.
          “From an epidemiological standpoint, it will make it impossible to determine if we are gaining or losing ground. From a political and policy viewpoint … this will ‘poison the policy well’ with false numbers.”

          Openshaw said DSHS should report the numbers, but separately.
          “Changing how and what numbers are reported and merging them together—just as we are reopening the economy—is both false and a blatant attempt to skew policy by unelected bureaucrats.”….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The other day, I sent this story about Collin County Commissioners and County Judge Chis Hill – New Covid Definitions to The Ron Paul Institute.
      (I also sent the story to Jefferery Jaxon of “The Highwire with Del Bigtree”.)

      Ron Paul wrote about it.
      His article was also featured on Zero Hedge.

      July 6, 2020 – Monday
      Ron Paul:
      “Is The Texas COVID “Spike” Fake News?”

      ~~www ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2020/july/06/is-the-texas-covid-spike-fake-news/

      On July 2nd, Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order mandating the wearing of face masks across the state, whether indoors or outdoors, when six feet cannot be maintained between people. In the governor’s decree, he cited a rise in Covid cases, a rise in test positivity, and a rise in hospitalizations as justification to force people to cover their faces in public.

      The move is not only a violation of the civil liberties of all Texans.
      Abbott may have based his executive order on inaccurate information about a “rise” in Covid cases due to the Texas State Department of Health Services changing the definition of what constitutes a “Covid case.”

      Thanks goes to Collin County Judge Chris Hill for blowing the whistle on what appears to be a move in mid-May to redefine what was a “Covid” case to open the door to a massive increase – all to match the mainstream media line that a “second wave” was on the way.

      In a Commissioners Court hearing for Collin County on May 18th, it was revealed that while previously the determination of a Covid “case” was a confirmed test result, the definition was suddenly changed to count “probable” cases as “cases.” At the same time, the threshold for determining “probable” was lowered to a ridiculous level.

      As Judge Hill said at that May 18th meeting, “If you have a subjective fever and you have a headache and you live in Collin County, you now meet the qualifications to be a probable COVID patient. It is remarkable how low the standard is now.”

      Even worse, once a “probable” case was determined based on possibly unrelated subjective criteria, up to 15 people in possible contact with that “probable” case were also listed as “probable cases.” And “probable cases” were considered cases.

      Repeat that farce across Texas and is it any wonder there was a “spike” in “cases”?


      • HomeRemedySupply says:


        Also, Governor Abbott’s claim that hospitals were being over-run by Covid patients was refuted by the Houston hospital directors themselves, who said they were nowhere near actual capacity and in fact were about the same level as they were last year.

        The basis for Abbott’s unconstitutional “executive order” has been shown to be false. Will he admit his mistake?

        It is encouraging to see so many local and county officials across Texas announcing they will refuse to enforce Governor Abbott’s unconstitutional face mask order. Thankfully the spirit of freedom and love of liberty is still alive in Texas.

        The “second wave” is driven by propaganda. Across the country, Covid testing increased from about 150,000 to more than 700,000 per day. You can’t drive through Houston without seeing a flurry of signs advertising “Free Covid test! Results in 15 minutes!” Last week Reuters reported that tests shipped around the country by the federal government were contaminated.

        Deaths from coronavirus – even the deaths “with” coronavirus rather than deaths “from” coronavirus – are down more than 90 percent since the peak in April. The decline in deaths continues. That means we are closer to the “herd immunity” that will finally kill this virus. Yet Governor Abbott and others across the country see this as a reason to lock the country back down.


        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Here is the pdf
          GRAPHIC EXPLANATION which illustrates inflated Covid Cases as a result of new definitions.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            May 18, 2020 Collin County Commissioners Court Video.
            This VIDEO starts the Covid discussion at 15:25 and ends at 60:00.

            …and remember…
            The CDC webpage says this…
            CSTE (Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists) realizes that field investigations will involve evaluations of persons with no symptoms and these individuals will need to be counted as cases.

            …from “CDC Surveillance Case Definition” – WEBPAGE
            Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
            2020 Interim Case Definition, Approved April 5, 2020

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              4 minute YouTube Video of May 18, 2020 Collin County Commissioners Court

              New Case definition Summarization

              Uploaded July 4th

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Same YouTube Channel (“Local Newsz”)

              Is this the reason for the Covid-19 Spike in Texas?
              (40 minutes)

              On May 18, 2020, there was a regular Colling County Commissioners meeting in McKinney, Texas.
              One of the Agenda Items was an update about the New Texas Department of Health and Human Services directive for Covid-19 Case Definitions. In the example used in this video, we will see, how 1 confirmed case can now inflate to 17 cases in this new directive.
              So is this the reason why Case count in Texas is spiking?

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          VIDEO from Ron Paul Liberty Report
          Published Tuesday July 7th

          Weekly Update — Is the Texas Covid ‘Spike’ Fake News?
          (4 minutes – Essentially, in this video, Ron repeats his article above.)

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            VIDEO from Ron Paul Liberty Report
            Published Tuesday July 7th

            Ron Paul quotes:
            “Don’t give up liberty for safety and security.”

            “Nature is going to be better than any vaccine you get.”

            Covid Lockdowns Killing 29 Times More People Than Covid?
            (recent study suggests)

            (28 minutes)

            Statistics on Death Count per 100,000 people
            New York – 166
            New Jersey – 171
            Texas – 9

            At the 11:15 mark, Ron Paul again talks about the 1976 Swine Flu. In Texas, two representatives who were Doctors voted against any flu vaccine money.

            14 minute mark – Under Dr. Fauci’s watch in 2005, Chloroquine study showed to be effective against SARS.

            19:41 mark – New England Journal of Medicine suggests “Employment Suspension” for Covid vaccine non-compliance. (dated June 26, 2020)

            Masks were discussed briefly during the last few minutes.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Friday July 10th, 2020,
        Derrick Broze of “The Conscious Resistance”
        explains the May 18th Collin County meeting that discusses the upcoming preparations of New Covid Case & Death Definitions in Texas which would suddenly inflate and spike statistics when implemented statewide.

        22 minute video
        Is the Spike In Texas Cases Fake News? #COVID

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          WFAA Channel 8 ABC Dallas Ft Worth

          August 21, 2020 – Friday
          Collin County judges says there are major discrepancies between county and state COVID-19 numbers


          FULL ARTICLE
          The state shows 4,636 active cases in Collin County.
          The staff in the county believe it’s closer to 980 cases, which is more than four times less.

          COLLIN COUNTY, Texas — Collin County Judge Chris Hill says he and his staff have suspected for “a while” that the number of COVID-19 cases reported by the state may be inaccurate.

          The state and Collin County are showing different numbers for active cases of COVID-19. Judge Hill noted the discrepancy in a social media post on Thursday afternoon.

          “We believe the significant number of cases currently listed as active are recovered now,” Hill said.

          The state’s dashboard which is put together by the Department of State Health Services shows 4,636 active cases in Collin County. The staff in Collin County believe it’s closer to 980 cases, which is more than four times less.

          “The state team has acknowledged that the they do believe it is grossly overstated and they are going to put resources to the task of getting those cases resolved,” said Hill.

          What is causing the possible discrepancy and how far wide are unclear. WFAA did reach out to DSHS after-hours and have not heard back.

          The judge says he wants accuracy in the numbers but says the focus should be on personal responsibility about a virus with community spread.

          “It’s no longer useful for us to stand up these dashboards every day to look at how many cases we have,” he said.

          There are currently no orders in Collin County related to COVID-19. A decision, the judge says, he weighs every day with economic, liberty and health concerns.

          The judge says there have been conversations with other counties.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          by Laura Dyrda
          Texas county adds ‘no confidence’ disclaimer to COVID-19 dashboard

          The COVID-19 dashboard for Collin County, Texas, now comes with a disclaimer noting that county officials believe the data is inaccurate.

          The disclaimer reads:
          “Warning: Collin County is providing COVID-19 numbers and data as a convenience to our residents.
          However, because we have been made aware of inaccuracies in the Department of State Health Services’ reporting, we must advise residents that Collin County has no confidence in the data currently being provided to us.”

          Over the past week, the county has reported sharp spikes and declines in the number of COVID-19 cases as a backlog of test results were added to the official counts. During a meeting on Aug. 17, the county administrators were skeptical of the numbers and passed a unanimous resolution to add the disclaimer to the dashboard, according to the Dallas Morning News.

          The commissioners also considered removing the online dashboard but decided against it to avoid confusion among county residents.

          In a Facebook post, County Judge Chris Hill wrote: “The Commissioners Court is 100% certain that the COVID-19 data being reported for Collin County is inaccurate.”

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Derrick Broze of “The Conscious Resistance”
          August 22, 2020 – Saturday

          Derrick Broze says:
          “A month ago people were concerned after the Collin County Commissioners Court in Texas released a presentation stating that the numbers of deaths might be greatly exaggerated.
          Now, look at the disclaimer they have added: “no confidence in the data”.


        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          September 1st, 2020 – Tuesday

          Derrick Broze – The Conscious Resistance
          Covid Case Counts and Testing

          Houston’s Mayor and Health Department Admit Problems with COVID19 Case Numbers (Aug 31st)
          (10 minute video)

          On Aug 31st, Derrick Broze attended a press conference to ask Houston Mayor Turner and Houston Health Authority Dr. Persse about the fact that the Collin County Commissioners Court in Texas stated they have “no confidence in the data” coming from the state.

          The Collin County Commissioners Court statements came after a presentation back in May where they warned there would be an increase in the amount of “probable” cases due to new rules from the Texas Department of State Health Services which comes from the CDC.

          Derrick also asked Dr. Persse about concerns that the PCR test is not accurate and could also produce false positives. The answers were very interesting.

          • mkey says:

            An aside, the video intro is coming along really nicely. Shorter, sharper, better.

            Dr. Persse provided some good information for normies out there. I’ll just throw in that when you duplicate something 10 times, you have multiplied it nearly 1000 times (exactly 1024). So, 20 duplications work out to a million, 30 duplications go to up to a thousand million, 40 duplications more than a million of million multiplications.

            So, someone somewhere is saying any numbers between a thousand million and a million of millions are for all intents and purposes the same. How does that work out?

  8. dave57 says:

    We used to make mud pies on the street and eat them. I guess we had all the good stuff. That was in antiquity. Boy it was a different ,safe world. Now they sanitize to the ultimate crazy level. Silly stuff!

  9. scpat says:

    After hearing James mention Giorgio Agamben’s essay, Biosecurity and Politics several times, I decided to read it very thoroughly. I then began researching more of his work. On March 20, 2020, Agamben wrote a piece called Contagion. I will quote a paragraph:

    “Mutatis mutandis, the recent provisions (taken by the Italian government with decrees that we would like to hope –although this is nothing but an illusion – will not confirmed by parliament, and turned into laws) actually transform every individual into a potential infector, exactly as the laws on terrorism considered, de facto and de jure, every citizen to be a potential terrorist. The analogy is indeed so clear that the potential infector who does not comply with the prescriptions will be punished with prison. The figure of the healthy or unwitting carrier — who infects a multiplicity of individuals, unable to defend themselves from him, as one would defend oneself from the infector — is presented as being extremely sinister.”


  10. debra.b says:

    Truthstream Media

    “This 4th” (text with visuals written regarding this 4th of July in the US, no audio, 7:26 running time. This is not the same as the campfire video that James included in last week’s subscriber extras. This is new. I thought well written.)


  11. Octium says:

    Or perhaps they are rationalising some of their less important wars to make resources available for their new and upcoming war on people’s veins?

  12. HomeRemedySupply says:

    “I, Ennio Morricone, am dead.”

    I take my hat off.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Ennio Morricone was 91 years old when he died on July 6th.

      LYRICS – “The Story Of A Soldier” by Ennio Morricone
      (The Good, The Bad And The Ugly)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Ennio Morricone, beloved composer, penned his own obituary
      ~~www faroutmagazine.co.uk/ennio-morricone-writes-his-own-obituary/

      “I, Ennio Morricone, have died.

      I’m announcing my death to all my friends that have always been close to me and to those who I haven’t seen for a while. I salute them with great affection. Impossible to name all of them.

      “I do want to dedicate a special mention though, to Peppuccio and Roberta, brotherly friends, extremely present in these last days of our life.

      “There is only one reason that pushes me to send my farewell to all of you in this way, and for which I’ve decided to have a private funeral: I do not want to disturb.

      “I say goodbye with great affection to Ines, Laura, Sara, Enzo and Norbert, thanking them for having shared with my family and me a big part of my life.

      “I want to remember with love, my sisters Adriana, Maria and Franca and their loved ones and let them know how much I’ve loved them.

      “An intense, full and profound goodbye goes to my children Marco Alessandra, Andrea and Giovanni, my daughter in law Monica, my grandchildren Francesca, Valentina, Francesco and Luca.

      “I hope they will understand how much I’ve loved them.

      “Last, but not least, Maria to whom I renew the extraordinary love that has kept us together and that I really regret leaving.

      “I send my most painful farewell to her.”
      (He married his wife, Maria, in 1956.)

      Morricone composed hundreds of film scores and classical works.
      Ennio once stated that one of his best scores was for Sergio Leone’s 1984 movie “Once Upon A Time in America”

      “Once Upon A Time In America” [Soundtrack]

  13. mcoller says:

    Automatic memory jog – when they cry “peace and safety” then sudden destruction comes upon them like labor pains upon a woman with child.

    I think we are in the labor pains – and reality is – they only get worse

  14. dregeye says:

    My first reaction to the United Nation’s so-called Security Council’s statement: As I recall from the 2014 Israeli mass-murder of Palestinians, a “ceasefire” is simply an opportunity to replenish depleted munitions stockpiles and upgrade weapons systems for further testing/demonstration by the violent aggressors to promote increased sales of weapons of WAR.
    Am I accurate in recalling a similar “ceasefire” in Syria when the U.S. illegal invasion/bombing forces RAN OUT of bombs after dropping 26,000 BOMBS that year?

  15. Alchemist says:

    The truth about Corona in <6 min

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


    • SW says:

      Thanks Alchemist 🙂 I second HRS’ BUMP

      The video gives an excellent overview of the ‘crisis’ and compares it with a typical ‘bad’ flu season. The text provides additional information and is helpfully divided into three topics (with more detailed explanations and links further down the page): contagiousness, fatality rate, and treatment.

      A great easy-to-understand resource to share with others.

      Based on work by Swiss Policy Research (mentioned by Corbett a couple of months back?). For those not yet familiar with SPR:

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Great link (with its Corbett modifier).
        You need to post more often.

        I love that quote:
        “The only means to fight the plague is honesty.” (Albert Camus, 1947)

        • SW says:

          Thanks HRS, I appreciate your encouragement 🙂

          Did a quick search (Wiki); seems to be from Camus’ 1947 novel, The Plague.

          In the story there was an actual bubonic plague. Perhaps in these times, it would be fitting to add ‘ ‘ (‘plague’). Although I appreciate that the term could be rhetorical, implying more than just a physical disease.

          • Alchemist says:

            If Camus were alive today, I bet he’d be one of the far-more-brilliant-minds-than-mine in this discussion board 🙂

            Thx for the link SW. The infographic video & SPR truths pair well to share with anyone fearful of the virus.

  16. roy.m says:

    Hey James,

    Being a Beatles fan, I watched the “Just For Fun” video you did with Vin Cognito on “Michelle.” Great stuff. At around 10:13, a board describing various F chords was displayed containing two errors/typos. The F7 chord is F A C Eb (not Bb), and the F7#9 chord is F A C Eb (not Bb) Ab. (And to be extremely nerdy, the Ab should be G# since the ninth above F is G — hence #9.) Those minor observations aside, it was a thoroughly engaging discussion and I enjoyed it immensely. Thanks!

    • Steve Smith says:

      Very observant of you.
      I really like the James and Vinnie Beatle Breakdowns. But I cannot follow the conversation and try to learn to play a song too. So I never would have noticed that.
      Vin and I are within a couple months of being the same age and he has been a great inspiration for me since discovering him through James. I wish that he would join Bitchute so that I could watch his videos again. I always feel like picking up my guitar after listening to Vin play.
      James, please drop a bug in his ear if you get the chance. I have suggested it and that was one of the few times that he didn’t reply to me.

  17. Fact Checker says:

    Newbie Commenter Question:

    Is there a way to see on my Profile or “Dashboard” when people reply to my comments, or does it have to be by e-mail notice?

    EDIT: Actually, I can’t even figure out how to toggle on e-mail notices. Can anyone help me out?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Sorry, I don’t know. I have never messed with it, and thus I don’t get notices about replies.

      I bet another Corbett Report Member will help ya out.

    • mkey says:

      I think it’s email only. And you get the option to subscribe to the thread when you post the first comment on an article. So to subscribe, you need to post a comment. Later you can edit the subscriptions here


      This is all quite basic functionality.

  18. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Uploaded VIDEO June 24, 2020
    From Texas Right to Know

    Texas Medical Board Clarifies Access to Ozone therapy for Treatment of COVID
    (6 minutes)

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sheila Hemphill, CEO of Texas Right To Know submitted a request to the Texas Medical Board (TMB) to amend the “Violation Guidelines” for physicians. Board rule 190.8 (1) (A) which reads “failure to treat a patient according to the generally accepted standard of care” is a violation. Hemphill’s request was to amend the rule by adding, “without patient informed consent.”

    At the June 12, 2020 TMB on-line meeting, TMB General Counsel, Scott Freshour, gave extensive explanation regarding rule amendment request, he stated,
    “We did look very, very extensively at this, because it is an unproven therapy. I did paraphrase a little bit – Mrs. Hemphill just referenced item #37 from the World Medical Association Helsinki Ethical Responsibilities, talking about this otherwise unproven or unique therapy, which to us as board staff in reading that clearly, put it in under our CAM [Complementary and Alternative Medicine] rule – under the CAM rule as long as the physician documents that he or she has tried other conventional methods, if any exist, they can certainly move on to an alternative therapy and that is exactly where we felt this ozone therapy was and that rule 200 created the ability for physicians to use that as long as they documented it. So that is why we felt that the generally accepted standard of care rule that exists under board rule 190.8 did not need to be amended to say “without informed patient consent,” because the focus of Mrs. Hemphill’s request was on what was otherwise a CAM therapy… it is unnecessary and the rule as written now under 190.8 does not prohibit the use of ozone as long as they comply with board rule 200.”

  19. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Senator and Doctor Scott Jensen of Minnesota being targeted and attacked
    Be sure to see Jensen’s VIDEO at the bottom of this article by Vic Bishop at “Waking Times”.

    (If you search “Senator and Doctor Scott Jensen”, you will see hit pieces.)
    A highly respected doctor and current Minnesota State Senator has been speaking out about his concern over the validity of Covid death certificates, and as a result, is now being investigated by the Board of Medical Practice in Minnesota…

    (details of Jensen’s actions)

    …Across the world, censorship of information is taking a quantum leap forward, and we are fast approaching a reality where corporations and governments have the ability to instantly silence anyone who speaks up against the mainstream narrative and paradigm….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      On April 11, 2020, Corbett Report Member RaoulDuke brought Senator Scott Jensen to our attention.

      In the Waking Times article above, Jensen’s video mentions his interview with Red River Valley News of Fargo, ND Chris Berg .

      Here is a 6 minute VIDEO Chris Berg & Dr. Jensen interview, along with RaoulDuke’s links.

  20. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Tuesday – July 7, 2020
    Senator Doug Jones (D-Ala.) hosted his weekly Facebook Live press conference to share updates about the COVID-19 crisis in Alabama and other news of the day.
    Senator Jones was joined by special guest Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).

    Senator Doug Jones and Dr Fauci – VIDEO –
    (32 minutes)

    MASK AGENDA Mandate

    Evil Weasel Dr. Anthony S. Fauci 6:40 QUOTE:
    “…when you look at what we can do that we know works:
    It’s the use of masks and physical distance and avoiding crowds,
    and I think to the extent in which this would be acceptable in the community,
    I am strongly in favor of mandating things.

    “I don’t like to be, you know, authoritarian from the federal government, but at the local level if governors and others essentially mandate the use of masks when you have an outbreak….”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      MASKS – Masks are unnecessary and problematic!
      W.H.O. – Dr. Anthony S. Fauci – U.S. Surgeon General

      (3 minutes)

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Local Newsz YouTube Channel
        www LocalNewsz.com
        (Houston, TX)
        (Northern Ireland)
        (South Africa)

        ABC GMA Face Masks information
        (5 minutes)

        • debra.b says:

          HRS, thank you for all the info you’re providing. CT is busy trying to pass a vaccine bill as follows:

          “The pending vaccine bill would make vaccinations mandatory for kids to attend any school, including private schools, even if parents object on the grounds of their religion.“

          This young man is just one who is fighting it.

          Bridgeport man: Flu vaccine caused rare disease; will oppose state bill (Short video. Worth watching, 2:11)


          Also, this is a video of Del Bigtree in Connecticut regarding vaccines.

          Del Bigtree And the Connecticut General Assembly Committee on Public Health Vaccine Policy (21:27)


          Please note: The above took place back in February.

          At this point, Connecticut is way past where Texas is now just beginning with counting Covid cases, mandatory masks, etc.. Let’s hope TX can hold them to account, as CT certainly did not. Moreover, I’d say NY and CT were partners in crime with the CDC. Gov Lamont always deferred to CDC guidelines and continues to do so. It feels as though NY, CT, NJ and other original so called “Hot Spots” were actually scenes of the crime in terms of getting these false counting measures in place. Not to mention the other draconian measures taken these last months.

          It’s tough to find words to speak to that. These are words from an on the ground APRN at Hartford Hospital that I happened upon on Twitter a couple months ago. He tweeted this today July 8.

          “ You can look this up on their website. The CDC strongly recommends against tested for HSV (herpes) because it is so widespread and does not pose a serious health risk. The panic and stress is not worth the benefit of testing.

          Remember there is always a lot of money in the medicine and treatment. Keep this in mind with all covid news. Hospitals WANT covid patients for reimbursement. The pharmaceuticals WANT you to think covid is dangerous so you pay for the eventual vaccine and medications.“

          • debra.b says:

            P.S. I also know from my own current circumstances how this is gonna go down for people with health issues. My specialist has ordered tests for me to have done at the hospital. However, 48 hours prior I am required to take a Cvd19 test in order to be allowed to ENTER the hospital. I’ve delayed. I’ve said I’m not comfortable entering the hospital until the “reopening phases” are further along. Using their own tactics against them was the best I could come up with. Although, I don’t know how long it is safe for my health to delay. Something’s gonna have to give, And, I doubt it’s gonna be them and their required testing.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Man, I feel ya. Your health situation…
              What a quandary! A state of perplexity or uncertainty over what to do in a difficult situation.

              You sure have a lot of spice for a size 3 petite.
              Keep us informed.

              I watched those vaccine videos which you had linked above.
              Excellent videos.
              I am astounded by Del Bigtree’s communication skills. The guy can rattle it off so smoothly but with impacting force…and his tactic there in Connecticut was “The Art of War” style.

  21. Ukdavec says:


    The Complex Web of Data Privacy and Its Influence on AI Ethics, Competition & Tech Evolution

    deep dive report


  22. debra.b says:

    Vaccine Bait & Switch: As Millions Pulled From WHO, Trump Gives Billions To Gates-Founded GAVI

    July 7, 2020
    By:Derrick Broze

    In mid-May US President Donald Trump announced that the US would be ending their financial support for the World Health Organization (WHO) and COVID-19 relief. The move was lambasted in the mainstream press as an out of touch politician pulling funding from a vital global health organization during the middle of a pandemic. To Trump’s supporters the decision was met with the typical cheering and celebrated as another Trump victory against the “globalists.” To understand what is actually going on we need to examine Donald Trump’s actions, not his tweets or media statements.

    Let us start by looking at the funding provided by the US government to the WHO in previous years. The latest numbers from fiscal year 2018 (numbers are not available for 2019-20) show an estimated $281.6 million to the WHO from the US. The records indicate that after the US government, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance, are the 2nd and 3rd top financiers of the WHO. The US defunding the WHO actually tightens the technocrats already firm grip on another global institution.

    This means when Donald Trump stated the US will no longer fund the WHO, the Gates Foundation and GAVI stepped into the top financial role. Additionally, GAVI was founded by and largely funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in 2000. Either way, Bill Gates is the top donor and will continue to expand his influence and dominance of global health policy. As reported in Part 2 of my Bill Gates investigation, in 2010 the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation launched the “Decade of Vaccines” and called for a “Global Vaccine Action Plan.” Since that time they have only grown their network and influence on WHO, GAVI and other organizations in order to shape public health policy in a way that reaps profits for the Gates themselves.

    While Trump’s supporters viewed the US withdrawal from WHO financing as a win for nationalism or a black eye to the globalists, the truth is a bit more nuanced.

    In early June, the Trump administration declared support for GAVI to the tune of a $1.16 billion USD donation. Trump’s support for GAVI came via the first ever virtual Global Vaccine Summit. At this summit GAVI surpassed the goal of $7.4 billion, instead raising $8.8 billion USD and securing commitments from most major nations around the world. GAVI even received a $5 million dollar donation from the Rockefeller Foundation. GAVI stated that the funding will go to “routine immunization programs” and will also help the public-private partnership “play a major role in the rollout of a future Covid-19 vaccine.”

    UN Secretary Guterres stated that the vaccine would not be enough and instead called for “global solidarity…to ensure that every person everywhere gets access to the vaccine.” Guterres also noted that “our individual health depends on our collective health.”


  23. victoria says:

    cool convo! suddenly the light bulb went on… James old man neil young, & Broc talking head david byrne
    David Byrne plays Neil Young Rockin’ in the Free World

    im still searching for neil young doing a cover of burning down the house

  24. HomeRemedySupply says:

    July 5, 2020
    Global Research
    authored by Prof Michel Chossudovsky

    “Scientific Corona Lies” and Big Pharma Corruption.
    Hydroxychloroquine versus Gilead’s Remdesivir


    This is a top grade read!
    Chossudovsky tells an easy to grasp, riveting story full of real life plot twists which put most movie script writers to shame.

    Here is one spoiler…
    “Studies on Gilead Science’s Remdesivir and Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) Were Conducted Simultaneously by Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH).”
    (The Lancet study was intended to squash HCQ.)

    Another spoiler…
    Gilead and Donald Rumsfeld and…

    Concluding sentence in the article:
    “So many coincidences adds up to coincidences?
    Really ?”

  25. victoria says:

    on the digital affront… ‘Pause’ #Takecareb4youfuckup

    UN Secretary-General calls on digital users to “Pause, take care before you share”

    30 June 2020, New York — The United Nations today launched a new initiative to foster behaviour change and counter the growing threat of misinformation online. The campaign, called ​Pause​, asks digital users to take the time to think about what they share before posting it online.“Misinformation is spreading faster than the virus itself, and is seriously disrupting public health efforts by dangerously distorting sound scientific guidance. It is designed to exploit our emotions and biases at a time of heightened fear,” said UN Secretary-General António Guterres. “But there are ways users can learn to recognize bad information and slow the spread. We are aiming to have the phrase, ‘Pause, take care before you share,’ become a new public norm.”

    A range of media companies around the world, including Al Jazeera, Deutsche Welle, Euronews, ​France Médias Monde​, MultiChoice Africa and StarTimes, are distributing Pause content on TV channels, online and via SMS. Major social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Google (YouTube) and TikTok, have also committed to promoting Pause, while indicating a willingness to scale up their ongoing efforts to suppress the circulation of misinformation.

    Major social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Google (YouTube) and TikTok, have also committed to promoting Pause, while indicating a willingness to scale up their ongoing efforts to suppress the circulation of misinformation.

    “It is encouraging to see steps already taken by social media platforms, such as swiftly removing misinformation surrounding COVID-19, flagging harmful content, questioning sharing intentions and also promoting sound health advice, including from the​ World Health Organization (WHO)​,” said Melissa Fleming, UN Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications​. “Just as social distancing slows the spread of the virus,behaviour changes around sharing will go a long way to slow the spread of misinformation. But it can only be meaningfully halted if there is no place for misinformation on social media platforms.”

    Pause draws on research from psychologists, neuroscientists and behavioural scientists whose studies indicate that pausing to reflect before sharing can significantly help reduce the spread of unverified and misleading information. The campaign will challenge people to break the habit of sharing shocking or emotive content impulsively and without questioning its accuracy.

    The campaign, launched on World Social Media Day (30 June), is part of a larger UN initiative called ​Verified​​ aimed at increasing the volume and reach of trusted, engaging and accurate information, including with the help of more than 10,000 information volunteers who have already ​signed on​ to the effort.

  26. victoria says:

    yeah, eviscerate ’em… thinking i wanna demolish the buildings, best way to do it would be with a directed beam, or laser from space. so lets see whats out there, what can i find online:

    Pentagon Wants to Test A Space-Based Weapon in 2023

    March 14, 2019

    Defense officials want to test a neutral particle-beam in orbit in fiscal 2023 as part of a ramped-up effort to explore various types of space-based weaponry. They’ve asked for $304 million in the 2020 budget to develop such beams, more powerful lasers, and other new tech for next-generation missile defense. Such weapons are needed, they say, to counter new missiles from China, Russia, North Korea and Iran. But just figuring out what might work is a difficult technical challenge.

    So the Pentagon is undertaking two studies. The first is a $15 million exploration of whether satellites outfitted with lasers might be able to disable enemy missiles coming off the launch pad. Defense officials have said previously that these lasers would need to be in the megawatt class. They expect to finish the study within six months.

    They’re also pouring money into a study of space-based neutral particle beams, a different form of directed energy that disrupts missiles with streams of subatomic particles traveling close to light speed — as opposed to lasers, whose photons travel at light speed.

    On Wednesday, officials speaking to reporters at the Pentagon voiced guarded confidence that they would result in something that would in fact be deployable.

    It’s not the first time that the Department has looked at such weapons. In 1989, the U.S. launched a neutral particle beam into space, as part of an experiment called BEAR, for Beam Accelerator Aboard a Rocket.

    • Jed says:

      Those were the little turds outside baking ants with sunshine through a magnifying glass, all grown up now.

      • victoria says:

        thanks Jed 👍

        so i still wanna destroy TPTsB buildings, incl homes/mansions/underground bunkers etc, as a way to try & make their lives a living hell… i say let ’em suffer & i dont wanna be a mass murderer, many innocents could die, so will send warning alert b4 each building gets taken down. everyone has masks, thus protected from breathing all the poisonous toxins… just to be on the safe side will purify the air, & ground, & water.

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