Weekend Open Thread

01/25/2021139 Comments

As I'm busy preparing for my upcoming speaking engagements (and as the third part of my Year Ahead newsletter series promises to be a lengthy and detailed report), I'm posting this open thread in lieu of this week's newsletter. Please use this space to post news, information, questions, comments and thoughts on what's happening in the world.

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  1. Ukdavec says:

    Whilst I normally post on currency and economic themes, this, whilst a couple of months old, may help explain some of the tensions in the South China sea.


  2. manbearpig says:

    “We need a stronger police presence,” the mayor of the 15th arrondissement, also from the right-wing Les Républicains party, told news TV station CNEWS.

    Last night, over the phone, my son described a horrible incident that occurred recently in Paris about a Ukrainian teen-ager who was severely beaten and left for dead by a gang of other kids for reasons that are still obscure…

    He said there was a call on Instagram to find the perpetrators and as he was speaking, suddenly a scene from a Hollywood movie called The Circle, featuring two of the most popular mega-superstars of the moment, Emma Watson and Tom Hanks, flashed before my eyes.
    It was the moment where Emma Watson is up on a stage before thousands of people, boastfully demonstrating the merits of the relatively discrete “SeaChange” surveillance technology that had been developed at The Circle (Apple). A horrible criminal is predesignated, a mother who’d killed her children, chopped them up and stuck them in the freezer or something and who’d escaped surveillance or parole or prison or something and all together, using cellphones linked to the ubiquitous Seachange cameras, people across the US and England track this woman down and apprehend her in just 20 minutes.

    I couldn’t help imagining teen-agers, maybe my own son, on Instagram, working in networks across France, conspiring, as if they were playing a video game, to track down the aggressors, playing hero for a day, in a collectivist and self-congratulatory show of vigilanteism…

    So now that people are used to surveillance cameras, and will be even more shrilly demanding more of them, they’re ready to have the possibility of hooking their phones up to them, in order to maintain “justice and order” themselves.

    The panopticon will be complete.

    “…Expressing support for Yuriy and his family, Dati tweeted: “This violence comes from a sense of impunity. It is the track record of the left in the Paris mayor’s office,” which has been ruled by socialists since 2001…

    This sad incident will boost a whole host of objectives including the usual strident cry for more security and for more Macronnomic Macronocracy in 2022.


    • manbearpig says:

      I have this creepy sensation that we’re being quarantined into The Techno-Village Circle where everyone solicitously wants to know if you’re parents had sex last night or not. And if you were vaccinated for the latest virus. Not because they’re nosy, but for the well-being of the Beehive Mind collective, of course.

      And if you don’t want to tell them, no problem, they can just check for themselves using their Instagram/SeaChange vision.

  3. manbearpig says:

    Idle dystopian musing:

    At some point I was thinking about a documentary I’d seen where a guy interviewed explained that HE indeed was seeking immortality and “if you stand in my way I will crush you”.

    This technocratic project ultimately targeting immortality itself is seen as a sacred life or death matter by its proponents.

    If you try to stop or question it, its disciples see that as a heretical attack and persecution; they are in a war for eternal life; and they’ll kill you if you try to rob them of their eternal life. And they consider they have the sanctified moral highground in doing so.

    I mean, we all know the expression “All’s fair in Love and War”…

    We’re in a perpetual war, so anything goes. Including killing to make the Georgia Guidestones and immortality come true.

    or maybe I just need to quit this diet I’m on…

    • ledhead1789 says:

      You’re absolutely right, manbearpig. One thing I’ve been coming to grips with is the realization that this warfare against humanity is not only financial/economic, social, or psychological. It is spiritual. Everything being currently eroded and demonized previously formed the basis of a Christian Western Civilization. Natural law and property rights, freedom of belief, thought, speech, association, and movement. All of this is being taken away and people have replaced a fear of God with fear of a virus. Faith in a God or some other higher power that judges our souls has been supplanted by faith in institutions of men and scientism under the guise of science.

      The people enacting this plan toward and One World Government slave society are pedophiles, luciferians, and ultimately attempting to manifest an occult philosophy that’s been in the works for thousands of years. Although I’d come to terms with the evil nature of the New World Order, debt-based fiat monopoly money, and centralized control, it wasn’t until 2020 that I started to see some of the Biblical parallels.

      For example, in Genesis Satan tells Eve that if she ate from the tree of knowledge, she would become as a god and never die. This lust for immortality is at the heart of transhumaninism. Eugenics is really just applied Darwinian theory, which postulates that everything came from nothing and that God doesn’t exist. Philip Collins goes into this in great detail in James’ Social Engineering 101 podcast episode. In fact, the New World Order itself is basically the creation of the Beast system controlled by the Anti-Christ in the Book of Revelation. And whether this iteration or one down the line, the vaccines are clearly the mark of the beast, where the mark becomes a requirement to “buy or sell”. The patent number for a cryptocurrency system based on human activity data filed by Microsoft just so happens to be WO2020060606. Coincidence? Perhaps, but certainly curious nonetheless.

      Revelation also says in 18:23 that, “for thy merchants were the great men of the earth; for by thy sorceries were all nations deceived.” Most English translations us the word “sorcery” or “sorceries”, but the Greek word there in the original test is actually “pharmakeia”, which refers to drugs or medicine. That is, “by thy pharmakeia were all nations deceived.”

      Sounds pretty spot on to me…

      • vadoum says:

        trading law for immortality may be the last or biggest carrot that we choose to chase, but its surely a dead end. right goal, wrong track.

        star wars/anakin/forgoes all ethical training to recover his love/breaks lotsa natural law under the (self-induced) spell of being devoted to lording-over: dead end.

        luckily he remembers his humanity from his sons example, and at the last moment chooses life and becomes some sort of light bodied being; perhaps its a trying to describe a possibility of transmuting death.

        For transmutation practice: get the self awareness muscle super toned (this can be over done too).care a whole lot, dont be very interested, be prepared to cop heavy fines for trying it and getting it not quite right. much protection is afforded by humility & humor. The trick seems to come when looking ones penultimate question in the eye, with unwaivering compassion.

        best of luck

      • perry1027 says:

        You’re dead-on…this is biblical. The “powers that shouldn’t be” actually do believe in God…they believe they are God. Therefore, they believe they have control over good and evil; and as such…power to control human beings (Of course, only the ones that are deemed essential).

        Delusions of Grandeur…?

        Sounds pretty spot on to me too!

        • CatholicPrepper says:

          Yep. Did you see that Microsoft just filed a patent on “reanimating the dead”. They aren’t digging up corpses, they are taking your digital personality from all your pics, recordings, videos, your voice everything you ever wrote and combining it with AI to create a virtual you – a chatbot, or facsimile of you can then be uploaded to a robot that looks just like you, even talks like you. What do you want to bet they use Biden first? Proponents say that eventually all human bodies will be less and less organic anyway. They say that “through nanotechnology” humans will become more immortal, little by little until one day even if they had a shred of humanity left it would be obsolete

          • perry1027 says:

            Lol…Biden is a prototype – robot? “C’mon man”…and I just thought he’s a puppet. Wait…a wireless puppet = robot? The next time you see Biden on TV, look into his eyes. Something ain’t right, maybe it’s those fancy high-tech contact lenses?

      • czu says:

        Religious or not there’s definitely a real presence of evil with these puppet masters and their ring of pedophiles.
        Scary stuff

    • zombo says:

      Really it doesn’t have to be all that complicated. It doesn’t have to be this “life or death ” struggle to achieve immortality. The technocrats, transhumanists, etc., are attempting to get there on their own steam (which will never happen) instead of accepting Jesus’ free gift of eternal life. Well, in actuality, every single person who has ever existed will live forever because they have an eternal soul. Those who accept Jesus will live forever in heaven. Sad thing is, those who seek to achieve immortal life by alternate routes i. e. the singularity, will live forever in torment in the flames of hell. So, if their ultimate goal is to achieve eternal suffering, they are definitely heading in the right direction. ?

    • s511 says:

      Don’t quit the diet you are on manbearpig 🙂

  4. Stefan Andrew says:

    If anyone still has any doubt, here in China the humiliation that comes with Covid1984 reaches the next level: Covid1984 testing using anal swabs!!! https://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202101/1213668.shtml

  5. laird says:

    Well let me ramble. Anyone remember that in Wuhan there were people dropping dead in the streets from this virus, supposedly? In reality it seems that Asian populations are fairly immune to this disease. in Ecuador bodies were piling up in the streets, but they have a lesser death rate than other South American countries that don’t have any bodies piling up in the street. Black americans are hit hardest but in Haiti there were very few deaths and no one wore masks or locked down. To me this seems like an attack on everyone with an IQ over 130, the average people think that all the intelligent people are stupid for not believing their televisions and politicians. You may have been the smartest of your peers but now you’re just a science denying conspiracy theorist.

    • baileym says:

      It’s very interesting that high levels of D3 protect against Covid. However, dark skins need approximately five times the amount of sunlight to produce the same amount of D3 as fairer ones. For this reason, Asians and Africans are only mildly affected by Covid UNLESS they are living away from countries with lots of sunlight. This explains why in Haiti there are few deaths but black Americans are hit so hard.

  6. Amber says:

    Does anyone know of any resources for Christians? People to follow who see what’s going on with this global agenda, that is?

    • perry1027 says:

      I’ve done my due diligence searching for honest resources of faith, only to be consistently disappointed. Even Jonathan Cahn appears to be lost. These guys are excellent teachers(IMO) of scripture: Alan Horvath & Bob Utley. Seems like the “powers that shouldn’t be” started escalating their plan soon after Billy Graham died? I do believe Billy would have taken a stand! Not a political stand, rather…a spiritual one! I did find one resource: Isaiah 41:10 “Fear not, for I am with you.” Be strong in your faith and continue to seek truth from good people like James, et al.

      All the best…

    • baileym says:

      Psalm 94 was clearly written for our times: it’s amazingly pertinent! The Trumpet Radio Show has some insightful stuff too.

    • ledhead1789 says:

      I recommend Leonard Ulrich, James Perloff and Edward Hendrie as resources.

    • zac says:

      Canary Cry News Talk is great!

  7. studiotwoseven says:


  8. studiotwoseven says:

    Not sure if this news story has any direct connection to my past foray into the topic of optogenetics or not:


    …but this is how the topic originally caught my attention:


  9. herrs says:

    In Oslo, Norway this weekend they shut down all the wine monolpoly stores allegedly because of a new strain of virus spreading. This resulted in a lot of people traveling out of the city to do their purchases, creating a lot of long lines in neighboring towns. Today Monday they opened sales again.

    I resisted a “free” face mask from the security guy at the entrance buying some wine.

  10. TimmyTaes says:

    Dave Cullen over on Bitchute had a video the other day showing a 17 year old article from the Sydney Morning Herald. 17 years ago the Australian government was fining businesses for propagating masks to stop SARS. i.e. masks were a fraud to be punished. How things change in 17 years.

    Here in Sonoma County, California we are still in lockdown. No bars, spas, salons, church services outside. Catholic schools open. Government ones closed. Masks required inside buildings. Cold here this week. Only 38F today. Very cold for here.

    Personally, after 10 months of this lockdown my wife and I (68) are becoming somewhat depressed. Life is boring. No friends or family to visit. I’ve given up on governments. There is no changing them. The bureaucrats are demented. I no longer watch TV except for sports and old movies. Dr. Ron Paul and the Corbett Report are my news sources. Lew Rockwell, too.

    Cheers, TJM

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      This was published 17 years ago
      – April 27, 2003 — 10.00am
      “Farce mask: it’s safe for only 20 minutes”
      Sydney Morning Herald

      Retailers who cash in on community fears about SARS by exaggerating the health benefits of surgical masks could face fines of up to $110,000.

      NSW Fair Trading Minister Reba Meagher yesterday warned that distributors and traders could be prosecuted if it was suggested the masks offered unrealistic levels of protection from the disease.

      “I’m sure everyone would agree that it is un-Australian to profiteer from people’s fears and anxieties,”
      Ms Meagher said.
      “There appears to be some debate about whether surgical masks are able to minimise the effects of SARS.”

      Ms Meagher said her department would investigate any complaints about false mask claims which concerned the public.
      “Penalties can range from fines of up to $22,000 for an individual or $110,000 for a corporation,” she said.

      Health authorities have warned that surgical masks may not be an effective protection against the virus.
      “Those masks are only effective so long as they are dry,”
      said Professor Yvonne Cossart of the Department of Infectious Diseases at the University of Sydney.
      “As soon as they become saturated with the moisture in your breath they stop doing their job and pass on the droplets.”

      Professor Cossart said that could take as little as 15 or 20 minutes, after which the mask would need to be changed. But those warnings haven’t stopped people snapping up the masks, with retailers reporting they are having trouble keeping up with demand.

      John Bell from the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia, who owns a pharmacy in Woollahra, Sydney, said mask supplies were running low.
      “At the moment we don’t have any because we haven’t been able to get any in the last few days,”
      MrBell said.
      “In the early stages it was unbelievable; we’d get people coming in all the time.”

      Mr Bell agreed with Professor Cossart’s assessment regarding the effectiveness of the masks.
      “I think they’re of marginal benefit,” he said. “In a way they give some comfort to people who think they’re doing as much as they can do to prevent the infection.”

      That seems to be the mentality of travellers to Asian destinations, who are buying and wearing the masks while overseas.

      Rosemary Taylor, of Kirribilli, arrived in Sydney from Shanghai last week after a two-week holiday in China. Ms Taylor and travelling companion Joan Switzer had worn the masks during the trip home, even though they had been warned they were of little value.

      “We were told you need 16 layers on your mask for it to offer 95per cent protection,”
      Ms Taylor said.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Ooops! I was too late to edit.

        Here is the ARCHIVE link for Farce mask: it’s safe for only 20 minutes

      • flammable says:

        I was told this 17 years ago as well when I wanted to wear a mask to protect against that scary SARS. I also looked into masks and PPE to get more information and later got OSHA certified. So once the masks were mandated I already knew it was a scam. If the mask were legitimate then governments would provide adequate research that disprove decades of mask studies, results, and safety. Instead they ignored and scrubbed the past, taking advantage of the vast public that knew nothing on these topics.

  11. Qno says:

    After the infraudulation of Presibent Baaaaah-dun I imagined James secretly gloating at millions of deflated MAGAs, Q-tards and ordinary awake people who had put their hopes into Donald Trump as the only possible defender of the human race against the final slide into a globalist nightmare.

    Now, in the cold light of day, with the dust settling, I am wondering if he has joined the ranks of the other millions who have started thinking “What have I done?”.

    And then I wake up here in Australia to an interview with Catherine Austin Fitts, and I’m thinking, “Ok, this could be interesting. Maybe I’ll give James another chance”. I’m interested to see how this goes.

    But before I do that, I just had to ask, has anybody else noticed that once the black pills have worn off, one can see other, lighter pills?

    Thanks for all the good work James, it’s been life-changing for me. Sorry if for almost a year now I have had to abandon you in order to search instead for reasons to keep putting one foot in front of the other instead of reasons to try and be some sort of lone David against Goliath, or simply give up.

    As a parting shot, I have to say you are wrong about Trump, Q, the people who are actually genuinely behind him, and all they stand for. Or at least, you were, last time I listened. And it is possible, just possible, that the best really is yet to come.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I never got the impression that JC was making fun of people who believed in Q or supported DT but rather didn’t believe that supporting government would lead to liberation. He thought Q was a psyop, I think. And JC can be wrong, after all, he is human too.

      I have a different opinion, perhaps, that some people in government can be working toward good aims and that sometimes voting can help particularly on local issues. I’m a pragmatic person and think that all efforts against the global nightmare are helpful, not only agorism (though this may be the end goal).

      I do think JC is wrong about DT (sort of) that he’s just as bad as all the others. I just don’t think so, not entirely. Being a populist made him a threat and he was actually elected by the American public in 2020-I really believe that. Having said that, Trump did support bailouts and manipulation by the Fed and also didn’t pardon Assange and he also dropped the ball once they censored him. Perhaps they threatened him and he wanted to live and his family to live. Trump also supported the “vaccine” which was shady but never said it would be mandatory and also said he supported therapeutics. I think that Trump thought he could save nationalism and also support big business, but didn’t realize that it seems those things don’t go together. Big pharma aligns with the technocracy.

      Perhaps Trump was naive. Perhaps “the network”/powers that shouldn’t be wanted Trump elected to divide the country, but that might not be true. The powers that shouldn’t be don’t control everything.

      But I think that there are differences in Trump than other candidates and the Pepsi/coke comparison in this instance isn’t quite the whole picture. I’d say it’s sort of accurate in that “the network” described in the book Tragedy and Hope does have control over both parties. But I think that Trump tried to break free of that in certain areas. Some say otherwise, that he still supported gun control and money printing, etc.

      I think he compromised too much and I can’t be certain he wasn’t (knowingly) controlled opposition, but my gut says not exactly. I also don’t think the movement he inspired was a bad thing either. If Q folk got together to oppose what’s crashing down on us, we will win. And I don’t think optimism and belief in a leader are wrong, but putting all the eggs in one basket is unwise. I actually voted for Trump because I thought his administration was an improvement over Biden, and if others think I’m an idiot for doing it or stupid or whatever, so what. I might be the least knowledgeable person posting here, but that doesn’t bother me either. People are going to have to start working together with people they don’t quite agree with and who think differently from them and also not be elitists and think they know it all.

      • Qno says:

        Thanks for that response, which I think is balanced and for a long time I would have agreed with all of it… until I understood two things:
        1) the nature and magnitude of the problem that Trump is up against
        2) the fact that he is just the face man for a much larger operation that has a much bigger objective than a policy here or a decision there.

        In light of this understanding I have come to see Trump as the most ‘holistic’ leader in history. The vaccines and other deckchairs will be largely not an issue as long as the transfer from the Titanic to a much better ship can be achieved.

        But here is the problem with James’ thesis. It’s that he is noble and right about the sorts of social changes that are needed for a just catalexy. Catherine Austin Fitts’ ideas are great, but in order to be meaningful, some leadership is required to scale them up to broad acceptance. And any person who manages to achieve such leadership and actually take on the psychopathic forces of opposition is automatically deemed a part of the problem. Place Catherine in the position of President and by default she would be somebody not to follow, she would be a part of the system etc etc.

        Trump is not a part of the system. He is very much his own person. He isn’t a god, so let’s not hold him to some special standard. But he is working for the constitution and for the people of America and the world. And frankly, anybody who is hoping for something else is missing the best chance we will ever get to move humanity out of its current dire predicament. If we miss this chance from spending too long looking this particular gift horse in the mouth, we will be enslaved for 1000 years or so until the next chance comes along

        • cu.h.j says:

          I don’t think I disagree with this much, particularly about leadership being necessary (at this time) for change, ie getting people off their butts. This is why people like JFK, MLK, John Lenon were taken out. They were charismatic and could move the masses. I’m sure all of these people were also flawed in some way.

          Leadership is not unnatural or wrong. Wolves have a leader of the pack. I was very disappointed with the theft of the election and had actually never voted for a Republican before Trump. If there is really a plan where Trump is able to become the 19th president of the US Republic, I would be supportive of that outcome. It’s a hell of a lot better than a dystopian nightmare we are living through now.

          • vadoum says:

            Here’s a list of some of Trumps actions over the past 4 years. Its not pretty. He was notoriously cryptic to the point of absurdity, but in the end, words are cheap & actions matter.

            Anyone who is pro-T should perhaps not confuse or credit him with the exposing of fraud. He seemed to have copious opportunity and never did it? yet? i’m pretty sure that’s the main reason someone would be a T supporter. I felt lenient towards him, as it was clear that his adversaries were lawless bullshit artists right out in the open, and because the scale of what is threatening humanity is perhaps on par with the great flood.

            The whole description of global takeover by peaks of power jockeying for position has been fascinating but consuming. There are great people who work hard at finding the one true thread that will liberate us from a labyrinth of deceptions and brutal domination of the many by a few. Within that search for a way out, there are many false friends (linguistics term). We are the age of the sprung lie. get used to it, own it. Liars are everywhere, and it’s not an easy turf to navigate because our sensitivity to recognizing lying is dumbed down from having all been liars by degree.

            Some thought Trump was going to be that actual card, sending the demons to justice once and for all. Maybe he tried? and or but was such a stench himself that he couldn’t pull it off without also inditing himself. who knows?

            the aboriginal elders here say to pull back and observe. a wizened poet/bard I’ve known for years just surfaced and said exactly the same..

            keep it light and keep a bucket with some survival rations (my wooden nickle advice) in case it gets even dodgier, if humanity is to be hit we will never see it coming until its too late, thats how pro assassins do it.


            • cu.h.j says:

              Thanks for the link. That’s an excellent article and very sound points raised. Perhaps he allowed others to sway his decision making, no excuse though. Similar to Obama (who I voted for twice btw) who turned out to be a fraud. I didn’t know he was a fraud when I voted for him.

              With Trump, I felt like he was an outsider and that he was a better option than Biden. If Trump is a real card he will take the presidency from Biden with the assistance of the people who supposedly are working with him. I don’t think this will happen, but I could always be wrong. If it did happen, I would certainly prefer to have a real constitutional republic than living in a crumbling empire.

              Regardless of what happens, I have hope that free humans will survive and eventually thrive. The system they want to put into place will fail, probably not before a lot of unnecessary suffering but in the end, it will fail.

              • vadoum says:

                we gotta figure out how to stop feeding it. Yes a few bad eggs have biggest guns and are obsessed with species mind/body manipulation. They are cowards. Perhaps they will take eachother out? Or perhaps planetary custodians of a higher order, metaphysical people/beings but little if at all known, will sort things? or perhaps the earth will get blown to boulders in the process just like Phaeton/Tiamat,,

                when trying to get a wide horizon perspective on the human muck-up, We seem to be ants in the realms of giants.

        • Octium says:

          I took it that in Trump not throwing in a few Pardons for the likes of Assange, Snowden and more deservingly ross ulbricht as just his way of saying

          so long suckers!

          • vadoum says:


            His brutal actions and missed chances are of a scent could humble a skunk. His unwillingness to be at all transparent. His bad gestures towards the environment and the record of executive order bombings/murders (which, they say, outpaced Oh-bomba), doesn’t leave much to be happy about.

            Part of the mindkontrol, I think, is to create contradictory examples, so blatant as to merit indignant ranting and aggressive confrontation amongst what are otherwise good relations, so together we swim the swamp of cognitive dissonance.

            I try to imagine a good life without ‘lectrics. It would work fine, the species would have stacks to be createful for. I suppose its the tool maker habit that we’d struggle to kick,, or maybe there’s a cleaner way just round the corner? I study and muse yet, along with the rest of humanity since the days of yor, I never get past the problem of what to do when power falls into evil hands. Lets not fool ourselves, pull the plug and the immediate ominous threat is done. at least its an emergency brake of sorts.

          • cu.h.j says:

            He certainly should have pardoned these people and perhaps pardoned nasty people because he feared for his life. They are already trying to bankrupt him and persecute him. I don’t think that is just a show. He may go broke and end up in jail when they are done. We’ll see.

      • TimmyTaes says:

        “I have a different opinion, perhaps, that some people in government can be working toward good aims and that sometimes voting can help particularly on local issues. I’m a pragmatic person and think that all efforts against the global nightmare are helpful, not only agorism (though this may be the end goal).” Yourself

        cu.h.j. Ahhh, to sleep perchance to dream. Government is evil. You can’t change it from within. Voting is stupid and a pipe dream. What is agorism? Luther Burbank time? Hippies going back to the land? Tried that already.

        Humanity is flawed right down to its ego. We can only save our own souls. Society is a myth. So is government.

  12. madzz says:

    Irish mobile network 3 is giving the HSE “non-personalised” data on people’s where abouts during lockdown.


    Just another reason to leave these things at home. Or get rid altogether! I’m looking at the Irish Data Protection Commissioners website to see where complaints can be made!

  13. Philada says:

    Thank you to each and everyone who posted here today. It is educational.

  14. Philada says:

    Thank you to each and everyone who posted here today. It is educational.

  15. Philada says:

    Thank you to each and everyone who posted here today. It is educational.

  16. Mary Poppins says:

    Just a reminder that The Greater Reset event is kicking off today and will be running all week. James is speaking today (25th Jan) from 08:45 pm – 09:25 pm (CST time) on The Power of Alternative Currencies but there are also some other really interesting speakers beginning at 6pm. All the speakers will be discussing alternative solutions to those proposed by The Great Reset overlords. If you are really interested in problem solving and innovative new ideas then you can watch the talks live at thegreaterreset.org . There is a schedule with times, speakers and their topics on the site and if you can’t watch it live the streaming will be recorded and available on Bitchute, Float and Odysee the next day. 😀

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Excellent document of the email exchange! Thank you so very much!
      I can’t speak to PCR.

      But I can speak to this…
      The m-RNA vaccines are created from computer generated genomic modeling, not directly from a purified, isolated (secluded or solitary) virus that they grabbed off of a patient and put on a plate.

      Months back, I watched a lot of Bio-Tech webinars. I logged the important ones, and just now updated a description on a SUB-THREAD to keep them linked and more fully explained.
      SUB-THREAD – m-RNA Vaccine Evolution & Predictable AutoImmune Disease

      A couple videos which gives a person insight into how they make the vaccines…
      Slide show presentation of the Covid-19 Vaccine Development by NAID | NIH (Fauci’s area)
      Modeling of the Virus to create Synthetic Structures for Vaccines and other

  17. Howser says:

    What I’ve wondered about during this this last year of craziness, is why now? Why this apparent rushed attempt to take even greater control. Especially digitally. The elite or Mr Global has lost full control of the medium. New platforms, mediums and eyes wide shut are opening up everywhere. I see so many that are known to be willfully ignorant that are now asking questions. Is this hurried attempt because the guards are changing like the Rockefeller, Rothschild, Monarchies, etc. The emperor has no clothes. According to International Bankruptcy Law, a country a can only go into debt 3 consecutive times. Is this linked to the idea of 70 years a slave? This would be the 3rd time that the US tries to carry the debt forward the debt, 1789 original constitution, 1859 civil war (1st), 1929 planned stock market crash (2nd), 1999 (3rd) Y2K start of technocracy implementation plus 20 year grace period. Goes to 2019. They need a new trust agreement (universal basic income). Trust agreements (Grantor, Trustee, Beneficiary) have been the method of control for centuries. Justinian salvaged the Holy Roman Empire by creating a trust agreement with the Crown to govern the land. Rothschild (formerly City of London) to manage the money, Washington DC manages the corporations and the military. Something to think about.

    I will say this again, we have an amazing opportunity. Once the unknown is visble to many, the control by fear is gone. Moree are learning to duck, their control and power is nearly gone.

  18. marvinsannes says:

    GREAT NEWS from Oregon Health Authority: Four (4) flu cases reported for 2020/21 season. Down from 14,344 in 2019/20. Not out of the woods, season runs through March.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      As I understand it, Dr. Fauci makes a salary of over $400,000 annually.

      Here is an article about it.
      Tuesday January 26th
      Dr. Anthony Fauci: The Highest Paid Employee In The Entire US Federal Government

      Actually, for me personally, it speaks to a terrible driver of the job market. Many people seek out government jobs (local, state, national), because they are ‘cush’. The perks and job security are extraordinary. And, there is really no incentive to produce a valuable end product of ethical substance…only incentive to please the superiors if one wants to rise the ladder and pay scale. Typically, the most covertly devious characters rise to higher administrative status.

  19. Liz says:

    Hi all,
    A friend of mine works on the ground for Australia’s most well-known airline. They have been purging the jobs of the older staff like crazy over the last 6 months – really going for it bringing in 3rd party subcontractors in all areas. He told me today that this airline has plans to remove all human check in service within 3 years (a stated time frame), and you will ONLY be able to check in at the airport via smart phone. I said ‘what about those who don’t have a smart phone?’ Apparently there will be someone about who will deal with those types of anomalies. Seems like the plan is to get rid of humans who might want rights, wages, pensions etc – reduce those kinds of problems and at the same time forward the technocratic agenda.

  20. belza says:

    [SNIP – Please do not post links without titles and/or explanatory text. Please repost the link with a title and context to explain why people should be clicking on it. -JC]

  21. troymc says:

    “the next virus” – Klaus Schwab, Jan 26, 2021


    23:00 mark

  22. CantBelieveEverythingIHear says:

    I received another another email update from the local hospital here about the vaccines. It would seem that they are in short supply. Oh NO… that clearly means we simply MUST RUN to get one as soon as they become available. Now where have I heard the old “scarcity drives up demand” concept (LOL… @Corbett). Here’s the text:

    Message from Inova: COVID-19 Vaccine Update for Monday, January 25, 2021
    Due to vaccine supply limitations, first dose appointments for FCPS employees, and others in 1b, are cancelled as of January 26, 2021 for the foreseeable future. Inova will reach out to everyone who has registered when more information is available to reschedule a vaccine.

    Those who have already received a first dose from Inova and are scheduled for a second dose appointment, will be prioritized at this time and their appointments will be honored.

    Vaccinating everyone in the Northern Virginia community, as quickly as possible, is Inova’s top priority right now. Last week, in response to a national shortage of the COVID-19 vaccine, the Virginia Department of Health made a modification to its vaccine distribution methods and announced that going forward, vaccines will be sent directly to health districts to be allocated appropriately. As a result, Inova’s allocation of vaccine has been severely diminished, causing us to make the difficult decision to prioritize the available doses. Rest assured, Inova is working to re-schedule first dose appointments as soon as possible.

    We understand and share the frustration that this news brings to our patients. When we receive more supply inventory, we will first prioritize patients who had an appointment scheduled and then focus on opening further appointments up to eligible groups. If you are a patient whose appointment is cancelled, rest assured we are working diligently to identify new supply and will reach out to reschedule your appointment as soon as we are confident we have a vaccine for you.

    In the last month, Inova quickly established operations and delivered shots to as many eligible patients as possible. We have administered more than 70,000 vaccines and look forward to resuming this pace as soon as vaccine supply improves.

    Inova.org will continue to provide updates and is the best source for the most up-to-date information on Inova’s vaccine distribution. For more information on Virginia’s vaccine distribution program, visit vdh.virginia.gov.

    All Inova hospitals and care sites remain open and are serving patients.

  23. Octium says:

    Interesting then and now comparison…

    This Day in Jewish History 1906: N.Y. Jews Riot Over Rumor of School Pogrom
    Vaccines and tonsil surgery for students in the N.Y. school system somehow caused a violent uprising among confused immigrant parents.


    In Modi’in Illit, an Israeli settlement in the West Bank, ultra-Orthodox Jews tried to block police vehicles, resulting in confrontations with law enforcement personnel at the scene. 
    The protests come just days after Orthodox believers in Mea Shearim clashed with police after the community opened its yeshiva religious schools in violation of nationwide lockdown measures. 


  24. TimmyTaes says:

    How many of us still believe in the human race? “Anyone? Anyone?” Ferris Bueller reference. Raise your hands if you think humans are worth the trouble. The 20th century was a bloodbath. What makes you think the 21st century will be better? “Anyone? Anyone?”
    I support looking for solutions to our situation. But what is the solution to the evil that lies in the human heart?

    • If you’re asking if I sometimes wonder if the tanshumanists are actually the good guys, the answer is yes.

      • cu.h.j says:

        Interesting, I’ve wondered that too. And though I am not against technology to improve the human condition, like removing faulty genes. Cystic fibrosis for example cuts the life span of some very good people and is a very harsh and nasty illness. I am not against technology per se but they want to use the technology in a selfish way.

        I have a gene that increases my risk of Alzheimer’s. I took a DNA test for personalized medicine. If I could remove that one, I would if the technology was available and safe. Alzheimer’s disease is not something I want to develop if I make it that long.

        Also, I have seen many young people die of cancer. If the technology existed to remove the genes for it, I think that may be a good thing. The people who have died may have been the next Einstein.

        • I should clarify that I have lost essentially all trust in any establishment-approved claims about DNA/genes, diseases, internal medicine, or… well.. pretty much everything. The claims constantly turn out to be lies or idiocy.

          I have no reason to trust that the transhumanists know what they’re doing, I just sometimes wonder if they (or at least some of them) do genuinely care about removing the human traits that are keeping so many humans just one notch above violent chimpanzees.

          IMO, if the element that damages a human’s ability to empathize were identified and neutralized, the human race would be a peaceful, rapidly-advancing race of beings, with the potential to eliminate pain & suffering on planet Earth, instead of being some of the worst producers of it.

          • TimmyTaes says:

            @AnimalsArentFood, I’m not sure there is a gene or element that damages a human’s ability to empathize. Of course there are the sociopaths and psychopaths and narcissists, but is there a genetic source for their condition?
            I also have lost all trust in any establishment approved claims about anything medical or political or even climate. I am becoming a nihilist who believes in nothing except my own little world.
            Some are no doubt becoming rabid idealogues of some cause or another. This is what the philosophers warn about when a belief system dies.
            And the belief system I grew up with, I’m 68, is definitely dead.

          • cu.h.j says:

            I understand what you mean about humanity contributing to suffering. If you have ever seen how children can be bullied, to the point where they commit suicide, shows you how cruel even children can be to each other.

            The “elites” parasite class aren’t the only ones committing evil, rape, murder, torture, etc, is probably occurring every day.

            If we drain the power from powers that shouldn’t be, will the evil that remains just take over? Or do they encourage the evil. But even if they do, I believe in personal responsibility. At a certain level, people still have a choice to engage in evil.

            If you observe how some chimpanzees will eat others shows the tendency for depravity that some animals engage in. Humans have committed worse acts of violence. Not all certainly. Some humans are good and do good deeds and are healers and teachers and good leaders.

            Has evil always existed in humanity, the lack of empathy and propensity for cruelty and heartlessness? Does every human have this within them as Freud believed?

    • Octium says:

      I wouldn’t consider those who take the vax to be human anymore but rather a new species of Homo Injectus.

      So I’d say those humans that remain and resist to be vastly improved percentage wise by those leaving the race.

      • cu.h.j says:

        I think so too. I have a suspicion that the weird mRNA injectible will weaken the people who take it, making them susceptible to other illnesses. Maybe that’s the plan all along.

  25. brian81 says:

    Hi all,
    Here in the west of Ireland I`ve never worn a mask at any point during this scam (legally exempt anyway). On entering a shop or building I`ve been constantly challanged and harassed for not doing so but just laughed at the insanity of those dishing out the abuse to me. However, we all have our breaking point. So deciding enough was enough, myself and others I know are going to take these mask enforcers to task and notify their employers through the legal process that we intend to sue them for discrimination unless they provide an adequate remedy.

    Today two companies in Galway will be sent notifications of instances of discrimination that their staff engaged in, which resulted in myself and a friend being denied good and services due to our disability, a breach of the Equal Status Acts 2000-2015. This notification requests an apology and assurances that their staff will not discriminate and harass us again should we decide to enter their stores. Not being stupid I have doubts that these companies will engage with us, so we are ready to go all the way and hit them in the pocket where it really hurts. Hopefully, it doesn`t come to that and they change store policy and their staffs mentality so people can go about their business unimpeded. The Workplace Relations Commission deals with such discrimination cases here in Ireland and have authority to award damages up to 15,000euros. With a bit of luck, when these businesses see the damages they may be liable for they will reconsider their stance on the mask issue and open their eyes to the insanity of it all.
    Might fall on my arse with it too but I`m done doing nothing about it. Gotta try something.
    Peace all.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Good for you. Please sue those bastards. You have a good case and with all the hype around “equity”, they certainly should accommodate your disability. I would also make their discrimination public, bad reviews on yelp (or something else).

      They should feel shame by that behavior they have demonstrated and feel the cowardice and nazi sentiment they are displaying. They are followers and people with no thoughts of their own, like the people who reported their neighbors to the nazis and it disgusts me when I see it.

      • brian81 says:

        Sadly these people do not feel shame. They are so mentally scarred from all the fear mongering by the government and media over the past year that shame, dignity and critical thought is null and void. Even when the government is caught out lying people still don`t snap out of their trance. There are still people jumping out on to the road in front of traffic here in case they catch something. (sad but also funny to watch).
        We will definitely be taking those companies to task for their part in this charade. I agree with you that when it hurts the pocket, things begin to change. It would be nice however, if they just cut the crap before they have to fork out money.
        I know, i know, that ain`t gonna happen.

    • TimmyTaes says:

      @Brian81; Good for you! How is Galway City doing? Was there on our honeymoon in May of 2004. My ancestors come from Gort and Cork.
      Hitting the bastards in their pocket book is how we win. There’s no appealing to their intelligence or logic. They are brainwashed.

      • brian81 says:

        Hi @TimmyTaes,
        Galway city is still a great place, the people however, not so good. Not all are gone mental though, there`s a few around who have been awake since before this latest scam began and slowly some others are catching on. Hopefully, we can wake a few more up, even if it has to take legal action to do so.
        You picked a great spot for the honeymoon then. Sorry to hear you have ancestors from Gort and Cork haha.

    • flammable says:

      These major news media are the ones creating the misinformation they are trying to fight by failing to comprehend the information provided from independent journalists and experts countering the narrative. Or they would always find absurd comments from people who follow independent media but failed to comprehend the information.

      • matt.mewis says:

        Yes, agreed. It’s far too easy to pubish a story with a vague generalisation spuriously sighting some absurd comments.

        And effort isn’t something the Daily Mail like to put into their journalism.

  26. mkey says:

    Lockdown Stories: ‘I can’t take it anymore, I haven’t seen a soul for 10 months’

    A normie reaction to the lockdown. The conductor was very mainstreamy, but what can one say in these circumstances.

  27. dcc2011 says:

    What search engines to use if google is behind everything? I am using Swiss cow so is that google proof?

  28. Kelly says:

    Here’s one:

    The DOJ is indicting someone for posting a political meme on social media.


  29. mkey says:

    Former US ambassador claims Telegram has been used to incite racist violence

    A former US ambassador is suing Apple and Alphabet for hosting the encrypted messaging platform Telegram on their app stores, claiming it is “being used to intimidate, threaten and coerce members of the public.”

    Marc Ginsberg, once US ambassador to Morocco, filed the suits on behalf of his organization, the Coalition for a Safer Web, which advocates for greater regulation of extremist content online.

    The move comes weeks after both firms banned Parler, the alternative messaging service popular with conservatives, for continuing to allow “violence-inciting content” in the wake of the storming of the US Capitol.

    Encrypted messaging apps Telegram and Signal each saw a significant uptick in downloads after the Parler bans occurred, peaking at 9 million and 7.5 million a week, respectively.

    Unlike Facebook or Twitter, private messages on Telegram face little risk of moderation. The firm was founded in 2013 by Pavel Durov and is based in Dubai.

  30. kfel says:

    hey, for those out there who have family/friends who might be swayed by a voice of official authority to not take the COVID vaccine – here’s a video of selected Dr. Paul Offit comments about the vaccine made in October (this is a totally new technology… what could go wrong?… “if I had a choice between a mask and a vaccine I would take the mask !”) from the Home Vaccine Education Network: https://homevaccineeducationnetwork.com/thinkingpersonsguidecovidvaccine

  31. SeeTheSoul says:

    I’m at a stage now where I’ve looked at enough “conspiracies” and want to take action. Something is awaking inside of me to help build community and solutions around our current state of affairs. I’m beginning to pull together some friends and resources to help us be more sovereign and a better ability to care for each other in case something big and challenging for survival occurs.

    One thing I’d like to have is ideas collected together and create a simple document that can help find alternatives to some important tools, like I’m so happy to have found James Corbett here. I’m also looking for good resources for safer Cloud alternatives, communication tools including how to communicate over a moderate distance in case cell towers fail. I’m sure there is a lot of resources out there already listed, but I don’t know where to find them. I think this resource of resources could be very lengthy too, so being able to parse through easily would be helpful.

    If anyone has a good resource(s), please reply to this comment. I would love to collaborate!

    • mkey says:

      Regarding communications, you may want to look into mesh networks.

      For sharing stuff over the cloud, you can always use strong encryption to make your content less accessible.

  32. wolfgang says:

    Germany’s scandal-ridden ex-Defense-minister and now president of the European Commission once again broadly displays the EU’s allegiance to the GloboCap plans and proposes a new Biodefense programm (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A96mNx6_kKU).

    And once again a very substantial graph, deconstructing strict anti-Covid-measure policies:

  33. matt.mewis says:

    The GameStop trading story in the media is quite interesting and aligns with the demestic terrorism angle quite nicely.

    Some make out that it’s David Vs Goliath, private investors against short sellers.

    While others describe it as ‘market manipulation’.

    It’s under investigation and some trading companies have now prevented retail investors buying. You also know somthing is up when the Biden administration is monitoring the situation. I wouldn’t be surprised if they say it is used to prevent retail investment by the plebs.

    As Catherine Austin Fitts said, the only solution we can play is to remove our money from these corrupt organisations and systems. After all, if you play the game, as in this case, they suddenly change the rules. Even if it means showing their true colours.

  34. mkey says:

    NBC Nightly News Broadcast (Full) – January 23rd, 2021 | NBC Nightly News

    A majestic NBC blooper. They of course just power through it.

    The first cluster of cases traced to a market. It still isn’t clear whether the Wuhan was the source of the virus, though outside experts believe it was a starting point for the outbreak.

    Where the Chinese officials took samples over a year ago.

    – And why has the data not been shared?
    – Dr. Wu Zunyou: They didn’t isolate the virus. That’s the issue.
    – What about live animal samples?
    -Dr. Wu Zunyou: It doesn’t tell you anything if they only tested positive. I do not suspect it’s coming from what we originally thought.

  35. Paul says:

    Gosh, every single person on every social media and every single news outlet is non-stop reporting on the Game Stop stock fiasco.

    I was just thinking, is there *anything* else going on right now that is worth covering? Is a “domestic terrorism” bill truly so insignificant of a news item?

  36. pyoneer says:

    How is it that nearly all of the top level politicians worldwide follow the same script? What is the common lever that makes them bend? I cannot believe anymore that they do not have a hunch about what is really going on.I also do not believe that all these leaders are simply bought by the globalists. Is there any article/docu on that specific issue?

  37. biek says:

    Try reading “Tavistock” by Estulin. It is a free download on Archive.org.
    It is peculiarly pertinent in connection with new headlines that are appearing, and the general level of inability to think, mounting psychosis and mounting sadism.

    Am f

  38. Kelly says:

    I don’t know how truthful this may be, but apparently there was a person who attended the Trump rally on Jan. 6 but did not storm the Capitol, he is now flagged by facial recognition as a possible domestic terrorist. Harassed by TSA multiple times. Tweet attached.


  39. Kelly says:

    And I’m back already omg.

    In partnership with Transportation Security Administration, Delta is launching the first facial recognition option for domestic travelers using a digital ID made up of a customer’s passport number and TSA PreCheck® membership.


  40. Kelly says:


    I’m new to the party here. I’m not sure how many times I can post before I become a nuisance.

    The Technocracy is here

    Spotify Secures Horrifying Patent to Monitor Users’ Speech


    • Simon says:

      Interesting, just what I always wanted a music player that listens to what I am saying and then ‘detects’ my age sex and how I am feel.

      I’ll stick to my Walkman perhaps (its a FiiO X1 these days actually…)

  41. colosseum says:

    > > And you are an alarmist. You are saying that this must lead to this, and you can’t prove it. These are the beginnings, yes; but how do you know for sure when you don’t know the end, and how do you know, or even surmise, the end? On the one hand, your enemies, the law, the regime, the Party, intimidate you. On the other, your colleagues pooh-pooh you as pessimistic or even neurotic. You are left with your close friends, who are, naturally, people who have always thought as you have.

    > > But your friends are fewer now. Some have drifted off somewhere or submerged themselves in their work.

    (From: “They Thought They Were Free: The Germans, 1933-45” – Milton Meyer)


  42. FlyingAxblade says:



    have you seen the opening ceremonies for 1992 Barcelona Olympics?

    if not, it’s a bunch of corona virus attacking max max style people.
    2 minutes long

    • studiotwoseven says:

      …very strange! I do think that ‘the controllers’ get off on showing us what they have planned … can we notice it in time?

      Right now, our friend HBO has put out the steaming pile called Wonder Woman 1984. Watch it if you can … a weird vision of a megalomaniac figure (Trump) taking political control … then a violent insurrection at the capital … released on December 18, well before the storming of the Capital…

      …not on HBO Max anymore though

  43. Mielia says:

    anyone here who knows about Pamela Popper (her work – and his judgment of it) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-lr65uyIxI
    or her initiative

    https://makeamericansfreeagain.com/ ?

    “I want the freedom to accept or reject any and all medical treatments, including vaccinations, for myself and my minor children. The state and federal government, employers, merchants, groups, schools, institutions, and other entities should not be able to force me or my minor children to receive any medical intervention, including vaccinations, without my express permission. I furthermore demand that full disclosure of the risks and benefits of any medical intervention, including screening tests, drugs, devices, surgeries, and vaccines be required by law to be provided to any consumer prior to the delivery of services.”

  44. lizzie says:

    Wanted to share James Dellingpole’s channel, he’s fairly mainstream but totally against lockdowns etc.
    Here is one interview he did with Dr Raymond Perrin about how he treats Lymes disease, ME and other brain disorders. He explains why it’s the lack of lymphatic drainage that some people get, hate to say long covid and other long lasting symptoms after they get a virus.

  45. lizzie says:

    Fancy a tune anyone? This is Arduous Harding’s song Barrel, I’ve pretty much nailed all the dance moves. Beats twirking.

    • lizzie says:

      After a week of listening to Aldous Harding it brewed up a song in me and woomph! here it is
      It made me think of the power of inspiration, I was wondering should I just tip my hat to Aldous and throw away my guitar all together, or try and write something as good. Not saying that my song is as good but more the fact it made me want to try.
      The power of being inspired moves people into action, it’s human nature to want to impress your peers. When we see other people doing excellent things for the greater reset that are worthy of praise it will inspire others

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        That was beautiful!

        • lizzie says:

          Thanks Remedy ?

          • lizzie says:

            Music transcends the daily grind and as much as truth music has a place, it’s good to get a break and let go for a while. It’s a sacred art that no bilooneyairs can ever break. The song Amazing Grace was written by a John Newton, a slave merchant, who after a near death experience out at sea converted to Christianity. I’m sure those lyrics along with the melodies he would have heard around that time were responsible in part for warming his cockles. He renounced his former slaving profession by publishing a blazing pamphlet called “Thoughts Upon the Slave Trade.”

      • Lovely lizzie. 🙂

        Yes we all need a bit of ‘musement from time to time to take our minds
        off of the dismal world we are facing now.

        Here’s a little Somefing inspired by James’ Beatles Battle! Subscriber video.
        Congrats James on your victory! You ‘da man! 🙂


        • lizzie says:

          That was enough to soothe tha very soul. Somefing in the way it moved, made me move. I literally felt my own lip curl at the guitar solo.
          Did you really make that? It’s fabulous.
          I got stuck on this Jazz song for about a year to the point I couldn’t listen to anything else


          • Thanks lizzie.
            Yes that was my recording. I’m glad you enjoyed it.
            I do sing occasionally but singing is not my forte so I try to express
            my musical feelings through my fingers.
            I also love Ella. That’s not a bad song to be stuck on for a year. 🙂

  46. sample.b says:

    Hi everyone. I hope your all keeping yourselves together! I’m trying to take a bit of a break from all this madness. It really gets to me. Here’s some things I’ve been thinking about while we’ve been thrown into the artificial “progression” grinder we’re all in right now.

    Looking at the present situation and the power that currently holds every living being on this wonderful planet hostage. I see desperation and fear(It’s a cull presented as a disaster movie in my opinion).

    What other reason would the actions being taken be so drastic?

    Looking to the future with the development of A.I. Why would we need people in positions of power? With software that has the capacity to “know you better than yourself” as they say. It would be more successful at getting the best out of every individual at every level of employment. It would have every documented human experience to make decisions with. Why would you ever put that power in a persons hands again? The banking system agrees with me. Lol

    When I think why? Why the hell is all this madness happening? The power is very, very desperate and very, very scared right now. That’s the answer I come to find. We don’t need them anymore! We never did.

    Sam from Ireland.


    Ps, you should read the essay Permanent Red by John Berger. It gave me a real boost the other day. We all need them right now.

  47. John Blaid says:

    “The Imaginary and Theoretical Virus known as SARS-CoV-2, a concept which has been used by the NWO (New World Order) controllers to shut down the world, is becoming more and more exposed as the months go by. Although those who believe in the COVID cult – both those orchestrating the scamdemic and those blindly following along – will insist the virus is real, the truth is that there has still been no compelling or conclusive evidence that a real SARS-CoV-2 virus exists.

    Admissions by governmental scientists and organizations worldwide, as well as omissions and obfuscations by those same people and agencies, reveal the shocking truth. As hard as it may be for the COVID cultists to admit, the emperor truly has no clothes. There is no virus, other than a digital, theoretical abstraction made on a computer from a genomic database. The virus has never been isolated, purified, sequenced, characterized and proven 100% to exist. Don’t believe it? That’s okay; it’s good to be skeptical. See the evidence below for yourself and make up your own mind.”


    • flammable says:

      When discussing viruses existing there is a trap set. When it comes to virology and understand of viruses there are TWO fields that exist and sometimes overlap. There is the actual field of virology and a political one. The political one we hear the most about and forms the majority of the public’s perception on viruses.

      This political version creates false perceptions on viruses. They include things such as the virus was isolated ALONE from all other particles, a picture containing the details of the virus was taken, the virus is always found fully formed, the sequence is based on observing rows base pairs laid end to end with nothing missing, the virus caused infection by merely being added to a cell culture with nothing else added in. None of these are possible or reflects the reality of virology research.

      Understandably, anyone can see this evidence does not exists. We correctly can conclude a virus does not exist but there is just one problem. What we are challenging is absolutely fake and NOT part of virology. After making a statement like viruses not existing we then get trapped into an argument against real virology. These experts are unaware of the false perception of viruses given to the vast public and will successfully win the argument as they NEVER believed those false claims.

      Sounds confusing so here is something more simple to explain it. Those in power can start policies based on their lies about virology then defend themselves later using real virology. Real virology is based on temporary particles we cannot directly observe and still do not fully understand. Actual virologists have made no claims that there is physical evidence we can see at any time like a murder weapon found at a crime scene.

      The FOIA request for Sars-Cov-2 would be like asking for an isolate of gravity or electromagnetic waves. What we should do instead is direct the non-existence of viruses completely on government officials. They are the ones misrepresenting the field of virology and fraudulently claiming available physical evidence where there is none. All anger and vitrol at the statement that Sars-Cov-2 does not exist should be directed at governments who misled the public on viruses to begin with.

      • John Blaid says:

        I do not agree with you that there is a “real” virology and that the problem is just political. In order to prove that X causes Y you need to isolate X, there is no way around that. If X is not a thing then you can’t prove Y. It’s like saying the unicorns causes illness without actually proving that unicorns exist by isolating one. Virologists themselves claim isolation but their definition of isolation is the opposite of the meaning of isolation, they mean the mixture of things in a cell culture with toxic agents and foreign genetic material.

        That method of using cell cultures with toxic agents and foreign genetic material was established in 1954 with John Franklin Enders and in 2016 during the second measles trial it was acknowledged that the method is scientifically invalid. So the second measles trial with Dr Stefan Lanka did not just disprove the existence of the measles “virus” but in fact all claimed “viruses” since they use the same invalid method for all. The whole concept of “virology” is based on scientific misconceptions and fraud that goes back over a century.

        Here are some reading material that you may want to check out with Dr Stefan Lanka that goes through the misconceptions and fraud of “virology”.

        “The Virus Misconception Part 1 – Measles as an example” – by Dr Stefan Lanka

        “The Virus Misconception Part 2 – The beginning and end of the corona crisis” – by Dr Stefan Lanka

        “Virologists” – by Dr Stefan Lanka

        “Interview by Michael Delias with Dr Stefan Lanka”

        “go VIRUS go” – by Dr Stefan Lanka – Robot translation

        • cu.h.j says:

          So then all the gain of function labs studying something else? Do they lie and say they are studying viruses? How about university faculty and legitimate researchers that have no ties to pharma? Do they just have the science wrong?

          I’d really like to know. It would be important to have a debate between a respected germ theory proponent and a terrain theory proponent.

  48. MartyUK says:

    Hello all – have been following things for the last year and now planning to get myself together and focus on solutions locally. Anyone here from the UK? If so – do comment as would like to discuss how to open some local outdoor markets on agorist principals, have only recently taken the blinkers off & feeling quite on my own right now – trying to get a foot hold back to confronting this. Thanks for reading – will be posting further over the coming weeks. All the best, Marty

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      There are a lot of Corbett Members from the U.K.
      I see them all the time. Many.

      If you have a strong interest, you can go to each comment Thread and do a search using “Ctrl” and “F”. It will bring up a search box at the top or bottom of your browser.

    • rose23 says:

      Hey I’m in Derbyshire and keen on solutions although these are only thoughts currently but want to buy locally and support local markets and like you learn more about agorism in action. Keep in touch, regards

  49. spider says:

    Light up!


    “We have seen that the inflammation parameters in the blood go down and people leave the hospital faster than the comparison group,” Likar said. “CBD supports the immune system.”

    According to reports in Austrian media, Likar suspects the cannabidiol in CBD oil blocks the ACE2 receptor through which the SARS-CoV-2 virus gains access to human cells and begins self-replicating, with dire consequences for human health.

    CBD oil’s anti-inflammatory effects reportedly surpass those of other widely used drugs because cannabidiol crosses the blood-brain barrier and staves off some of the dramatic neurological damage associated with so-called “long Covid.”

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      February 4, 2021
      ‘CBD supports the immune system’: Austrian clinic reports promising results from cannabis trial on Covid-19 ICU patients

      Researchers in Austria’s Klagenfurt Clinic are reporting promising results from CBD trials on Covid-19 ICU patients that show reduced inflammation and quicker recovery times.

      Cannabidiol or CBD oil was used as part of the overall course of treatment for Covid-19 patients in the hospital’s ICU over the course of three weeks.

      Rudolf Likar, head of intensive care medicine at the clinic, started by administering a dose of 200 milligrams of CBD per day which later increased to 300 milligrams.

      “We have seen that the inflammation parameters in the blood go down and people leave the hospital faster than the comparison group,” Likar said. “CBD supports the immune system.”
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      … similar research into the efficacy of CBD oil in helping to treat Covid-19 is underway in Israel.

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