What NO ONE is Saying About The Corona Crisis

04/15/2020269 Comments

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There are a thousand hacking at the branches of this pandemic panic to one striking at the root. Join James Corbett on the streets of Japan as he strikes at the root of the pandemic problem that we are being presented with. Will you accept or reject the new governing principle of society?


Hello, James Corbett of CorbettReport.com reporting to you from the socially close streets of Western Japan.

In Walden, Henry David Thoreau famously observed that there are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one striking at its root.

And there can be no doubt that there are many thousands that are hacking away at the branches of the evil that we see spreading out before us in the name of this pandemic panic, diligently deconstructing the dissembling discourse of the disease doomsayers. And rightfully so. I count myself amongst them.

However, if all we are doing is smacking down the lies that are being spread about this pandemic as soon as they arise, then we run the risk of missing that root of the evil altogether.

So allow me, if you will, to take one hefty swipe at that root with my battle axe of truth by clearly stating, and rejecting, the new governing principle for society that we are being asked to accept on the basis of this pandemic pandemonium.

Now, this new governing principle for society, of course, is implicit. I mean, we're going to sign on to it by our silent consent, not our explicit consent. But, nonetheless it rests on a hypothetical—a hypothetical chain of infection that can take place in the event of a spreading infectious agent.

Now keep in mind, this has nothing to do with a novel coronavirus, SARS-COV-2. This is about a general principle. But the principle holds that if there is a spreading infectious agent of some sort that is hypothetically infecting people around the globe, and you might become infected by this agent, and you might end up passing it on to someone else, who might end up passing it on to someone else, etc., etc., and somewhere down that chain of infection, someone who is immune-compromised might end up becoming infected, and they might be part of that sliver of a fraction of a percentage point of the population who might die from the disease, and if that were to take place, well, of course, every single link in that chain of infection should be classified as a murderer.

And in order to prevent such a mass murder from taking place, governments around the world are not just empowered but actually obligated to implement a sort of de facto medical martial law by following the pronouncements of the duly unelected health authorities to do whatever they deem necessary to prevent such a hypothetical chain of infection from taking place, up to and including quarantining people within the walls of their own homes and/or entering those walls to forcibly remove people from their own homes.

DR. MICHAEL RYAN: "And at the moment in most parts of the world, due to lockdown, most of the transmission that's actually happening in many countries now is happening in the household, at family level. In some sense, transmission has been taken off the streets and pushed back into family units. Now we need to go and look in families to find those people who may be sick and remove them and isolate them in a safe and dignified manner."

SOURCE: WHO: we need to remove sick people from their homes

We are being asked to accept this abrogation of our most precious freedoms, including our freedom to travel, our freedom of association and assembly, our freedom from arbitrary detention within the walls of our own home, our freedom of privacy in transaction and interaction, and other hard-fought freedoms that were purchased at the price of our forefathers' blood, on the basis of a novel coronavirus that is presenting a novel, existential threat to humanity that has never before existed.

But that, of course, is a lie. Because every single flu season for your entire life there have been such hypothetical chains of infection that have taken place. And I have no doubt—let's put it on the table—I have no doubt that there is someone listening to my words right now who has been involved in some chain of infection that has ended up in some immune-compromised person dying.

Never before has that person had to think of themselves as a murderer, let alone lock themselves within the confines of their own home to prevent such a murder from ever taking place again. But that is what we are being asked to accept right now.

And I want this out on the table.

Because if we do not clearly articulate this principle that we're being asked to accept, then by our silence we will consent to it. We will tacitly, implicitly consent to what is taking place right now.

And I want to clearly state it and clearly reject it.

Now, there may be some people in the crowd who disagree with me.

So, first of all, let me put something else out on the table and make it very clear that, of course, none of what I say is to, in any way, undermine the basic right that everyone has, everyone always has had, and everyone always will have, to take whatever precautionary measure they feel is necessary in order to prevent such a chain of infection from taking place—including isolating yourself in your own home, wearing whatever protective gear you want, socially distancing yourself from anyone you come in contact with, or anything else that you feel is appropriate to prevent such a chain of infection.

Of course, you have that right. But that negative right is now being flipped on its head into a positive obligation on everyone in society to stop all productive human activity, to lock everyone up in their homes, and to treat them as prisoners, tracking and surveilling everything that they do and everyone that they come in contact with on the basis of a hypothetical chain of infection that could take place.

And I want that out on the table.

If you agree with that principle and you think that is a good thing, then clearly state it. State it to my face.

Oh, wait, you can't, because you are a prisoner within the walls of your own home, and you are not allowed into Japan. But you probably think that's a good thing. But at least say it to my digital face. Clearly state that you agree with the abridgement of our most basic freedoms on the basis of this hypothetical chain of infection, and clearly state where your line in the sand is.

What do you think would be going too far for the government to do on the back of such a pandemic panic?

Biometric ID tracing and tracking every movement of every citizen at all times for the rest of their lives?

Or the ability to march into peoples' homes to check for potential infections and forcibly vaccinate them if need be?

Or any other number of measures that are now coming into view as a result of this panic?

Where is your line in the sand, clearly stated, so that when that line is crossed, people will see that you were a hypocrite for cheering it on. Unless there is no line in the sand, and you think that governments are justified in doing anything that any presumed "health authority" says in the light of a pandemic situation.

But at least state it openly and on the record. Don't hide behind big fluffy woolly language.

Tell us what you specifically—not the agents of the state to whom you outsource your violence—but you would do in order to prevent people from living their lives in the event of a pandemic.

There's a lot to think about here. And I hope you will do so. And join me in clearly rejecting this principle that we are being asked to accept right now. And if you do so, I think we will be getting a lot closer to striking at the root of this evil.

James Corbett, CorbettReport.com.



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  1. robert.t says:

    This is clear, short and strong. Worth linking and circulating. Now, not later.

    • emeraldcitydreamz says:

      100% agree with you James. !????

      • Nick Weech says:

        Absolutely. It needs to be out there said by us all, the millions of Corbett Report subscribers.
        Dr Shiva Ayyadurai, the genius who invented email when he was a teenager (really!) has put alot of videos up on YouTub. He’s now running for the Senate against Elizabeth Warren… He can become a real focal point against the Falci front of the Establishment.
        Everyone in Mass. should get behind him …

        • aideen says:

          Hi Nick, I tried to share a video from Dr Shiva on Facebook this evening and it wouldn’t let me, it was censored for having ‘untrue statements’. Dr Sam Vankin who has also done some good videos on this is also having his videos removed. The problem is there is no strong political oppostion, the voices of dissent need to organise and mobilise, it’s the only way to defeat the lies and propaganda.

        • Alchemist says:

          Shiva is brilliant, but I started losing trust in him after this rant….


          Although I agree with a lot of what he said, there’s a lot I don’t agree with. In closing he instructed his followers to, “Let a thousand roses bloom.” Interesting choice of words…. and he quoted Mao again in the next few videos he released.

          Also, I’m having trouble finding info on this and only heard him mention it once under his breath, but I believe he invented some sort of vaccine safety pre-screening tool. We shouldn’t be too quick to accept this. Seems good in theory, but so do vaccines.

          • Nick Weech says:

            The Germ theory as everywhere promoted is simply wrong. It’s the weak pt of their argument. It keeps us all isolated, then the economy will tank, and we’ll wake up but be helpless peons. We need to ask James to spread it thru his connections… “What really makes us Ill” by Dawn Lester and David Parker explains it with many examples. We all know the game is rigged so we must be quick while we’re still connected. There’s not much time left…

            • AmViL says:

              I too found myself being a bit sceptic of Shiva eventually, altough my first contact with his work maybe a week ago gave me joy. But his talking about the not so obvious establishement, maybe he is posing as such without realising it? He seems very sincere and geniune tough but not without ego, but can you blame a man for getting angry? I hope he gets a hype train going even if it’s just to wake more people up and expose Fauci.

              Is Shiva promoting that the germ theory is wrong? I don’t know enough about the proposed alternative, I do know Shiva promotes health mainly by diet, outside activity and natural suplements primarily and has a way to pinpoint your own health (through questions) which I should look into more…

          • flybyknightusa says:

            Haven’t seen the Vax movie but watched the link Alchemist provided. I think Shiva mentioned he was an untouchable about 3 times. But he’s come a long way. Now a Hindu deity. And pissed off about movements being hijacked. Heartily agree. However, when he lumped Gandhi in with “the not so obvious establishment”, I think he’s way off base. Clooney, most definitely. Gandhi? A swing and a miss on that one.

            I discovered another Indian MD who, in my opinion, has more interesting things to say. So far, this is the best summary of the criminal Covid19 plandemic conspiracy and subsequent misdiagnosis I’ve encountered. A revealing interview with Dr. Rashid A. Buttar who also talks about how the 5g technology can compromise the immune system of the most vulnerable making them more susceptible to the virus. He also gives a cogent explanation, from a military standpoint, of the real purpose for social distancing.

            A plethora of critical information, including who is named as defendant in a lawsuit against a vaccine manufacturer. Unless you’re a Jeopardy contestant, or James, you’d probably never guess.

            I perked up when he said that most everyone who has had a flu shot in the last 10 years will test positive for this virus. He also mentions easy, low cost methods to combat Covid, most of which have been covered by HRS and other CRSers: vitamin C, ozone therapy, hydroxychloroquine, selenium (which I’m not familiar). In addition, I’ve read about a food grade 35% H2O2 protocol which is good. All these are viable (I would say, preferable) alternatives to mass inoculation.

            He also served as an MD with US Special Forces, 2nd Infantry Div. and makes an unexpected revelation, explaining precisely who set the fires (300) to all those oil wells precipitating the 1st Gulf War. Toward the end of the interview he makes the same unsettling predictions of a former FEMA administrator.

            If enough people aren’t jarred out of the corporate media Svengli-esque stupor, I think there is a good possibility this is where we’re headed. Unless people WAKE UP!! – https://www.bitchute.com/video/WGbYHJcMbz8/

            If you haven’t seen Anthony Russo’s 2003 documentary “America: Freedom To Fascism” now would be a good time – https://www.bitchute.com/video/1fjB28cRj1cw/

            • lovetodust says:

              I just watched the NextNews interiew with Dr. Buttar which is linked above.

              Thank you Flybyknightusa. Lots of interesting information.

              Now I’m worried about the flu shots I’ve had over the past 10 years. That it will really affect a corona virus test.

              Although! I did not want to take the test because of the 80% false positives. Now I have more ammunition. Now I can say that those flu shots really screwed things up.

              And by the way folks, I know some have said it looks like things might be turning a bit of a corner in some areas. Not mine (New England town). It gets CRAZIER every day at my supermarket.

              Today the staff are not only wearing face masks – they are wearing protective plastic screens over their whole face! I’m not kidding. Like SWAT teams! It’s INSANE.

              • flybyknightusa says:

                Thank you for watching lovetodust. I’ve been in northern Thailand for the past year. Two weeks ago I went to immigration to extend my visa and discovered the entire office area enclosed with a 1/8″ drop down plastic screen. It was necessary to slide the paperwork under the screen, then talk to the officer through a round, filtered hole. To complete the paperwork, had to go to two different trailers in the parking lot for Covid19 related business. Same arrangement; plastic protective screening with the immigration reps wearing masks and protective gloves, safe from the super deadly pernicious corona pandemic plague within their sterile prophylactic cocoon.

                I hope to return to Washington state in early July, but dread what I’ll face at the airport, not to mention the atmosphere on the island, which, from what I’ve been reading, is no different than anywhere else in the state. I whole heartedly agree with Rep. Heather Scott of Idaho and the crew at Defending Utah radio that people need to challenge the governor, the social distancing BS, take off masks, gloves, breathe some unfiltered fresh air, go in groups to parks, wildlife areas, invite friends for backyard BBQs, and salute Bill Gates, the World Economic Forum, World Health Organization, with an upraised middle finger.

              • crokeefe says:

                got a super paranoid bagging person yesterday at Hannaford – masked, gloved and shielded and making sure i didn’t go near the shopping cart until she was done loading it up, at which point, i came within 2 feet of her person as i left.
                the scanner person was a shaggy, young man w/o gear and smiling apologetically.
                do they think they are protecting us or themselves?
                if they need to protect themselves, I don’t understand why they don’t stay home…

            • Alchemist says:

              Shiva is the one trying to hijack the movement— he’s a rookie criticizing the old vets. Del Bigtree is somewhat new to the scene, too, but RFK Jr. has been around forever. Yes, I’m sure childhood was difficult for Shiva; growing up as a genius untouchable could not have been easy, but it certainly shaped him into a unique and interesting person. I truly agree with so much of what he says. He’s a great smooth talker (I mean speaker) for the movement 😉 The better the salesman, the more likely we are to buy a shitty product… just something to keep in mind!

              I’m not familiar with Dr. Rashid. I’ll have a look. Thank you.

    • taoss says:

      Done as widely as I know how to do. For the record, I think government has already gone too far. It has impinged too much misery on people as it is. I do not approve nor have I agreed to abide by those rules, nor have I obeyed them to date. But where I live, people who their freedom, are being responsibly cautious in public, but they are not staying home. The ones that have received the WHOs pronouncement are saying things like “That’ll be the day anarchy begins.” And, to the best of my ability, I am with them on that. I worry how my 75-year-old bones will handle that here on my farm.

      • taoss says:

        BTW, I want to share this with everyone. There is no other link to watch this. So, this is being spread far and wide, and maybe putting a fire under more people to act now.

        Three-minute discussion by Human Rights Attorney Leigh Dundas — on the WHO’s position that it should be able to “remove family” members from the home….


        • suzt says:

          Thank you taoss… this video is now available here w/out a watch party:


          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            (4 minute video)

          • Libertydan says:

            Very good,and to the point 4 min video.
            The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) is being used by the Communist Government of China and the Gates Foundation, along with others that stand to profit. From what I can access, W.H.O. deliberately provided bogus information that would allow this Lab modified Bat Virus to spread throughout the world, and then sanctioned draconian measures to deal with it.
            This seems to follow the old totalitarian M.O. of, Create a problem, then Sell the Solution, and finally strip the deceived of all they own (perhaps even their life).
            This is not to say that COVID19 is not a real Health Threat, but only that it can be dealt with by voluntary means.
            I oppose the initiation of force.

          • pill says:

            Thank you for the link. That just sounds horrible. I hope they will never remove family members from their homes.

            • I Shot Santa says:

              If you let them do so without blood being shed then you’d get no pity from me.

              Just rolled into town, at the river since medical martial law imposed here in Fluorida. Madness!

              So many infected by the most deadly virus ever: FEAR One cannot be free if one listens to the Great Satan (fear).

              I have no pity for those slaves to fear. We all have the ability to choose, and those that choose fear are the enemy of freedom.

              I am deadly serious with my words. The slaves would gladly turn you over to curry favor with their masters.

              For those of you who still operate under the illusion that a fearful mind can reason and be guided into truth, you are just as guilty as the other slaves. Freedom requires compassion, but it also requires reason and a fearless fighting spirit. And if you think the mad (fearful) are capable of reason, you are just as insane as the asses believing the state loves them.

              Jimbob; whose seen more blood than he ever wanted, and is trying to save some of your delusional asses. For there will be blood. Take that to your soon to be shuttered bank.

              • Stronghorse says:

                “If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.” ~ Samuel Adams

      • wylie1 says:

        Old bones?
        Try Joint Vibrance which my brother the farmer uses, so far best prices seem to be on ebay
        …or my reduced version of 7g or so of Type(1 & 3) Collagen and 80mg of Hyaluronic Acid.

        Keeps my back from going out, my knees, and my shoulders from complaining.

        Bought some cheaper “collagen” which only said collagen(no types) on the package. Didn’t work, back went out. Had to double up my dose for awhile when I got some good stuff. All good again.

  2. minnie says:

    I tried to openly reject this on the YouTube version of this video, but the comment wouldn’t post. This is the third time in the past couple of weeks that I’ve been banned from commenting on YouTube, without trying to post anything remotely aggressive or offensive. I spoke about this in my podcast, Imagining Freedom, which I hope you don’t mind me plugging (I’m NOT making any money from it!)

    This could be seen as an important test period for the concept of “consent of the governed”. My country (UK) is under lockdown, and I am fully co-operating with it. I personally do not think this is the most sensible way to beat this virus, but I have been wrong about things in the past, so I’m willing to co-operate for a few weeks.

    While co-operating so far, I have written to my MP to protest against several aspects of the Emergency Coronavirus Bill, and following many similar protests, a “sunset clause” was introduced, so the bill will have to be reviewed after 6 months (it was originally intended to stay in place for two years).

    I’m also stating my concerns about this in my podcast. I’ve only done two episodes, but this is my way of saying out loud, in a measured way, that while I’m co-operating with this for the time being, I am very concerned about the increasing restrictions on our freedoms.

  3. manbearpig says:

    Yes. HOW FAR is TOO far? Excellent question that I hadn’t thought to ask anyone.

    Where folks believe there really is a deadly virus circulating, there is, as you said, no line in the sand.

    And for those with a line in the sand, they probably feel impotent in the face of such GLOBAL collaboration.

    anyhow, I should probably meditate rather than pontificate on the import of this missive… and send it along.

    The incisive delivery of hard consonant alliteration really brought these profound questions home to me.

    • manbearpig says:

      Well, I’ve tried the question out on a student and… it all comes back down to the question of whether or not you think Daddy is relatively truthful and acting in your interests or not.

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        MBP; did James just suggest we use circular logic on the socially distanced brainwashed prisoners?
        That is a brilliant way to crack the hypnotic trance. To ask them what other steps they can think of to help keep the hypothetical death rate lower. This will please the authorities and may gain the prisioner favor. This will identify their Stockholm syndrome, and allow them to think logically Until their thought circles the illogical state they come to realize. You force any facts on them and they will kill the messenger. You guide them by letting them offer to improve and bring a more efficient way the jailers can improve the condition of those not yet imprisoned. How dare them!!! Its a pretty clever counter intelligent strategy.
        I was in the post office yesterday and no one said a thing. If I had confronted their self imposed lowdown by passing facts, stating the obvious, challenging the logic of their condition i wouldn’t be here today. I’d been beat. . These people were closed to the business of life. They were lost. If I would have applied the counter intelligent approach I would still be there listening to their imaginary search for approval from some authority. At that point i would apply the circular logic turning it back on them till the light returned to their eyes. If anyone can grasp the counter intelligent use of logic it would be you MBP. Its a bit manipulative but the mind is a terrible thing to waste. Most know right from wrong if you encourage the direction. Sometimes a small nudge is all it needs. Is that what you were saying above?
        Next will be ” what do we do with those who are irreparably damaged by the opposition’s propaganda machine.?”

        • manbearpig says:

          Thanks for asking GBW! As intriguing as it sounds, I’m gonna put the circular logic tactic on hold for a moment. I need to air out my mind…

          Just out of my last class of the day. Asked my student, an engineer who retired last week, Mr. Corbett’s question: “how much is too much”.

          She candidly and predictably said that it was impossible to answer because as long as there was some explanation offered she could not imagine anything that would be unacceptable when faced with the necessity of protecting the collective health; including:

          -being picked up as she’s walking down the street and hauled off to an institution for a stay of undetermined length because a “covid” test taken on the spot showed up “red – INFECTED”,

          -including folks breaking into her son’s home and carrying off the baby (her grand-daughter) for sanitary isolation on instructions of the same incriminating covid test (talk about a technocracy!)

          -and she readily accepts the French smart phone tracking system “StopCovid” as a necessary nuisance even if it’s never stopped once the crisis is over.

          She began her answer with feelings as compassionate as they were indignant for the poor government who under terrible pressure must do the best they can with a minimum of information all the while suffering the knee-jerk criticism of people who certainly have nothing of greater interest to propose (should anyone bother to ask them),

          and ended by saying she was,in fact, terribly proud of her government as they are demonstrating extreme “measure, reason and intelligence” in their choice of actions.

          oh no, OMG… I can’t concentrate… besides the rum that’s just taken effect, my most open-minded neighbor is suddenly walking around the residence park with a mask on…offering to make one for any takers…hasn’t she seen that even the WHO says it’s unnecessary and useless (unless you’re a “frontline worker” or certain of being Covid-positive).

          and the clapping’s going to commence in less than half an hour…

          good grief…

          ok, so what were you saying about this cirular logic tactic thingy? Get’em to dig their own grave, that it?

          • manbearpig says:

            ok, I get it.

            can’t wait to try it out tomorrow.

            • generalbottlewasher says:

              MBP; you got a way with words trimera. For your counter intelligence log book take what you said above;
              “… her government as they are demonstrating extreme ‘ measure, reason and intelligence. ‘”

              How would you turn those propaganda words of state [ measure, reason and intelligence. ] into their correct or true meaning to someone in conversation.
              That being said can you scribe a dialog to nudge this plot along. You must understand that each of the 3 below are prefixed by EXTREME

              1. Measure= mesmerize , implant and employ an illusion.

              2. Reason= Treason , turn away from truth in science, health and tradition. Break alliances because of …

              3. Intelligence= Distraction , offer duty to something other than…if I may borrow one of your terms : Hollywood titytainment .

              Remember filming starts May 1, 2020.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            The anecdote regarding “your student, an engineer” and her mindset.

          • Libertydan says:

            Are you inferring that anyone should take advice from W.H.O.?
            Case in point, if Face Masks protect front line health care workers from the Virus, then how is it that they would not protect anyone else? Either they work or they don’t!
            My view is that Masks should be available for anyone that wants one. If people that felt they were at risk, voluntarily used them, (thus being responsible for their own health risk), I believe the Virus could have been contained without “Stay at Home Orders” and the resulting economic collapse.
            W.H.O. has told us that people on the street do not need Masks, and should not use them, then they say they want to drag people out of their homes who have tested positive, (or are perhaps, on some government Shit List).
            The World Health Organization, World Trade Organization, and the World Bank are all elements of “The New World Order” whereby Fascist Corporations rule the World. Most Governments have been servants to the World Bank and the Corporations that have grown up around them for some time, but now they seek levels of control over the people never thought possible.

            • manbearpig says:

              You say Mr. LibertyDan;

              “Case in point, if Face Masks protect front line health care workers from the Virus, then how is it that they would not protect anyone else? Either they work or they don’t!”

              First, the kind of mask my dear neighbor’s peddling won’t save anyone from anything except perhaps from communicating a socially debilitating case of halitosis.

              Secondly, she, like most everyone else I’ve spoken with, unlike myself, puts considerable stock in the WHO’s declarations, hence my query concerning if she knew what they’d recommended. The WHO says masks are essentially useless except for “frontline workers” who are in direct and prolonged contact with patients reportedly infected with the dreaded virus to avoid catching it and people who know they’re ill to avoid contaminating others. And I can only suppose we’re speaking of some kind of relatively sophisticated mask in limited supply and not the cheap or homemade varieties most folks are sporting.

              If such a sophisticated mask really does prevent transmission for frontliners and there really is a terrible virus, then I’d agree, it’s hypocritical to suggest it wouldn’t work for the plebs.

              As for your allegations concerning the WHO’s appalling affiliations, I doubt any critters haunting these woods, including of the chimeric genre, would have any serious objections to them.

          • capt zilch says:

            circulus in probando: I have to tell the truth, everything I say is a lie. where-as There may not be any big “solution”, because there really aren’t any all encompassing questions.

            “what question?” said the sadhu to the spirit seeking tourist, “question finished, after decide”, “only one, as-you-like inside”.

            accepting that one has been emotionally and intellectually manipulated can happen quickly if the stakes are high enough,. seems like we’ve gotten lazy and mostly just watch the movie we call living, going on and on; yet now there’s a “show-time” vibe that seems to be a merging or ingressing. no longer can we be in orbit around ourselves and get away with it, much.

            2nd hand virus
            2nd hand smoke
            2nd hand emf smog
            2nd hand debt
            2nd hand pain
            2nd hand news
            2nd hand blues
            2nd to choose
            yet not a second to loose
            a sus excuse
            for fallin for bills flu’s

            it’ll definately be more fun, the more we take responsibility for our choices.

            @10,000 things dominating @7,000,000,000 people. somebody throw the joke switch.

        • Duck says:

          ‘…This will identify their Stockholm syndrome, and allow them to think logically Until their thought circles the illogical state they come to realize…’

          That will work for the Non-demoralized person, the rest will win ‘the series of victories over their own memory’ and reject the unwelcome fact…. the first person ‘I know’ of who stated this as an axiom was Charles Fort (Old issues of Fortean Times on the Internet Archive are fun to waste some time with BTW)


          Most people do not care about truth, let alone have a love of it, but a hundred years ago they were not stupid enough to forget that the government will treat you exactly as well AS YOU MAKE IT TREAT YOU.

          Like Yuri Bezmenov said in his interview with Griffin when people are ‘demoralized’ by education and trained to accept an official narrative they will ONLY start to disbelieve when they end up with a boot in their backside in a gulag… your technique works when you make people afraid as they realize just how bad it can get for them

          “Fear of the Lord is the BEGINNING of wisdom’ and the insulation we have from intimidate consequences is why things have gotten so far

        • alexandre says:

          Sorry for intruding, GBW. Isn’t what you’re describing the system Larken Rose uses?

  4. Steve Smith says:

    Thanks James. Your logic is unassailable.
    Quick question. Have you ever interviewed John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute? I’ve just been thinking. So far with this scam I have blatantly refused to comply with any of the “recommendations”. But I am just a bit concerned that if the PTSB push too hard people like me are going to start getting arrested , fined or worse.
    I haven’t the means to defend myself legally and I have heard that the Rutherford Institute among other organizations sometimes help people with things like that.
    At this point I am not entirely sure wether to allow myself to be arrested or go down fighting. Without representation I think putting myself into their hands would be a grave mistake.

  5. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I own myself.

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    By the way,
    I want to point out to Corbett Report Followers, the Webpage “BOX” entitled:
    Coronavirus Coverage
    Top right of the webpage.


  7. thezarbi says:

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  8. kevin.r says:

    I’ve noticed the slow and steady erosion of public freedoms myself, also private freedoms such as the right to save money are not safe… European Central Bank’s Christine Lagarde her quote:
    “We should be happier to have a job than to have our savings protected,”
    “I think that it is in this spirit that monetary policy has been decided by my predecessors and I think they made quite a beneficial choice.”

    Touching my savings and purchasing power in an under-the-belt tax by unsound monetary inflation (brrrr! says the europrinter) while ‘smart’-locking me down in my apartment during the COV(er-up)ID-19.

    Time to opt-out of this madness!

  9. ClintTorrez says:

    Thanks James! It is no doubt that this PsyOp mimics and shadows the psychological tenets of the Green guilt for existing and not being dead yet Revolution only to falsely be reinforced by scenes of nature rejuvenation of wildlife & the “climate healing” because half of humanity is suspended in a death simulation of not dead yet holding pattern. The social construct that is being presented has activated a well trained and programmed, through trauma based mind control swath of society lead by the “first responders” and has armed them & elected them as the thought police arm of the fascist state. The heroic mindset of these individuals is an archetype of self-righteous indignation beset with power of special ability to parrot CDC and other highly propagandized sources in an appeal to authority, dictating dogma like Bible verses and direct translations of the word of the God almighty. These cultists also believe that Trump rules their lives and that this wouldn’t have happened under Obama and that better government(voting harder) is the answer. They defend themselves through belittling and tantrums and other less evolved means and although they say they are not listening a little bit of logic is cracking their paradigm only to be reinforced the next day by a FB feed. I have drawn the line already personally for me & mine, but i’m not satisfied to sit back and watch the rest of the people I love & the other humans in the world live a tortured guilt for living existance. Thank you again for solidifying my resolve, Clint

  10. jctfms says:

    Thank you James- what a great message! (What NO ONE is saying about coronavirus)
    I wonder if you might make available a transcript of of that broadcast… I have a friend who understands the 9/11 scam, but STILL fails to see the bigger picture. I’ve shown him a couple of your (4-5 years ago) videos, but he did not like your “snydley tone of voice” …
    I’m still trying to get him to watch you- – meanwhile he would READ your latest message, THEN I would tell him it’s YOU!!

    Thanks again for all your incredible work!

    Jim Clark

    • CQ says:

      jctfms, if you click on the word “YouTube” in the lower right corner of the video, you’ll see the title, “What NO ONE is saying . . .”

      Under that, from left to right, you see the number of views, the likes and dislikes (the latter may include MBP’s mindless “test” student), the number of shares and saves, and then, on the far right, three dots.

      Left-click on those three dots, and you’ll see the middle line says “Open Transcript.” Click on those words. Up will pop, to the right of the video, the entire transcript. You can highlight, scroll down, copy/save and paste the entire transcript into an email or a Word doc or whatever. Then you can manually go through it, removing the time markers, inserting periods and commas, and capitalizing appropriate words.

      Or . . . you can wait to see if James will use his transcript service to do that for us.

      YouTube transcripts mess up some of the words. For instance, the closing line of this one reads: “james corbett corporate report calm.” 🙂

  11. Jed says:

    Today’s plan is to spread the mainstream stat of 200,000 cases of this flu in NYS with a population of 19.5 million, or, one in a hundred. Gonna go drill that into some drone heads today, ask if those odds are worth loosing everything for, cowards.
    Sharp dressed man there JC, even with that silk airway obstruction around your neck. That is a REAL health risk. Where can I send some clip-ons? No reply necessary, I’ll go f* myself.

  12. Nick says:

    James you are a true wordsmith. This clip is simply beautiful and as close to poetry as i care to imagine. As important a clip as any of the herculean mountain of work you have churned out over the last couple of months.
    As we all know this is a relatively soft sell we are being given at the moment, and the dystopian steps that will follow will be exactly that, steps, that people will walk through without ever drawing that line in the sand. This clip needs spreading so at least everyone might have that line drawn for themselves.
    Thanks for your tireless efforts James.

  13. ardyen says:

    James, why have you dressed like a funeral director?

    • robert.t says:

      He looks stern. Stern is good. Stern is needed.

      This is a huge play by the manipulators. When we’re not giving them ridicule, give them stern. Lots of stern.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I like him in a tie and jacket occasionally.
      He looks pretty sharp. A sharp dressed man.

      There is possibly a wide audience which finds that this perception also brings with it altitude in Corbett’s communication.
      Always and always in communications, it takes “receptiveness” by the receiver.
      This perception may enhance receptiveness on a broad scale, perhaps a very influential scale.

      Plus, Corbett is his own man.
      I sure as hell ain’t gonna tell him what to do.
      He carves his own path.
      …er uh well, he’s married…maybe he needs to check with the boss on some things.

      For long time listeners, we don’t care if he is sitting in his briefs or dressed to the hilt.

      We are entering a different era.
      Setting up the stage now is important.
      I can guarantee that in this coming decade we will see shifts and changes with the alternative media.
      Many will fall off the line.

      • Alchemist says:

        Really? More like James Bond 😉

      • lovetodust says:

        I’m old school. I think presentation is very important in carrying the message. Speaking thoughtfully and dressing well evokes a sense of care and “gravitas”.

        I am more inclined to listen to journalists who do not swear and who seem to care about their appearance, whether they are wearing a tshirt or a suit jacket.

        It is most likely a generational thing. I still love suits and tie’s.

        But I’m not getting that vaccine – I don’t care if the doctor’s wearing a tux.

        • Stronghorse says:


          “But I’m not getting that vaccine – I don’t care if the doctor’s wearing a tux.”

          I feel the same way. However, I usually see the Nurse Practitioner, who is world-class model material, and if she drops her laundry in that small private room with the “Examination Table”, I might be in trouble.
          Hey, I’m old, not dead!

  14. Won Fat Fuk says:

    At this point, it is not hard to see where this (might)/will go. By now, you should now know that your government(s) are evil, and are considering using any and all diabolical means.

    If exposing others to the virus because you don’t wear a mask/practice social distancing/stay at home means that you are going to eventually cause someone to die, then that means you are…

    a murderer.

    If you are not going to take the mandatory vaccine, then that means you are…

    a murderer.

    In that case, you must be separated from the rest of the population by force, and put into quarantine (prison/concentration camps) because you can’t be allowed to infect the rest of the population. However, because your body is an incubator for that virus, and you won’t take the mandatory vaccine, and the virus must be contained, it is best that you are exterminated, and your body incinerated to protect the rest of the population, because after all…

    you are a murderer.

    This is not far fetched. This is not so extreme to be a long way away. It is easy to see how this line of reasoning (can)/will be sold to the rest of the population just as easy as social distancing/wearing face masks/staying at home (not to mention shutting down most businesses), has been. If you don’t want to take the vaccine, you will be socially shamed, and tattled on. After all, you are endangering the lives of the rest of the compliant population, and…

    you are a murderer.

    I can hear it now…”We have no other choice. It’s a tough decision, but this just has to be done for the protection of the rest of the population.”

    If you draw the line at not taking the vaccine, then you are probably going to have to make the ultimate sacrifice. If you don’t draw that line, please understand what is happening when you step outside (after taking the vaccine, of course) and get a whiff of burning flesh.

    • pearl says:

      Another brilliantly stated comment!

    • manbearpig says:

      Yes, dissidents as murderers, I think that’s what Mr. Corbett was suggesting.

      And, come to think of it, that’s pretty much what my student, who actually likes me pretty well, said.

      She knows I go out for more than an hour a day and she knows I would never dream of wearing a mask and actually she even knows I’m a “conspiracy theorist”

      and when I asked her Mr. Corbett’s question about where she drew the line in libertycide measures she explained that no measure was going too far when protecting the collective health and concluded with “I don’t understand people who couldn’t care less about the health of others…”

      she didn’t out and out call me a murderer… but it was definately suggested…

      • I Shot Santa says:

        The slaves are your enemy. The powers that cower are nothing without them. Your student would turn you in to be taken to a death camp in the name of the collective. The time for conversion is long past. Atlas has shrugged. Do you walk with the collective or John Galt?

        Jimbob; who shits you not.

      • Jed says:

        The student gets an “F”

      • CQ says:

        MBP, your word “libertycide” brought to mind the line (in the sand) attributed to Patrick Henry: “Give me liberty or give me death!”

        In Wan’s definition of a murderer (above), a modern-day Patrick Henry would be given BOTH: the liberty to choose not to be vaccinated followed by certain imprisonment, extermination, and incineration.

        The corona cult’s drumbeat is death death death.

        Our message to the world can and does counter that: life life life. Life without fear. Liberty without fetters. Love without limit.

      • manbearpig says:

        I just wanted to express a quick but heartfelt thanks to you all for your remarks that are heartening just because you made them.

        I’m super busy and won’t be able to formulate my responses until later tonight when I’ll probably be brain dead.

        But thanks again anyhow for the time and effort. Makes a difference. Hope to return the favor soon, asap, this week-end?

        Stay clear in mind and body!

  15. J-Smoove says:

    Very solid points, James. Here in NY, it seems to be a mixed bag of those abiding by what is told to them. I took an hour bike ride yesterday and saw a healthy (no pun intended) amount of people outside congregating in small groups, walking, riding their bikes, etc. Some wore masks and others didn’t, like myself. I’m not sure what the thoughts are of all of these people but I was very delighted to see them outside doing normal, every day activity.

    I am not downplaying this “virus” but my way of life is the same. I exercise and try to eat as healthy as possible. Very rarely do I get sick and even if I did get sick, it is just a natural fact of life. It happens. But I’m not walking outside with a mask and social distancing myself. But these infomercials and propaganda want you to believe that you are a criminal if you don’t obey. I’m not buying what they are selling at all. I think all of these changes have been unnecessary, but there is a clear agenda at play.

    As you stated James, everyone has their right to take any precaution they see fit. And I have the right to not indulge in those same precautions.

  16. danscaf says:

    Yes. I see this on the horizon as well. “Good” people following “good” orders/policies for a “good” end. To be frank, I’ve been on the fence of the ruler vs. ruled debate for quite some time. Until consciousness increases across the board, these scenarios will continue to play out in one way, shape, or form. Mind is the builder.

  17. fabrizio says:

    COVID 19 is quickly mutating in COVID 1984

  18. mik says:

    This one is strong and right to the point. I have a feeling it’s punch in the face for normies. I’ve planned to send WHO-abduction-suggestion video to my normie friends, but will send this one.

    Murderer line of thinking is continuation of prevailing way thinking: we have to care for, lets say oppressed, particularly for minorities. Never mind for majority (decreasing wages, opportunities), minority is important (lets say lgbt). With our behavior towards minorities we demonstrate our humanness.

    The following might be found as hairsplitting, so please get this as philosophical dilemma .
    This is maybe just language barrier for non-native speaker as me, but I’m not sure. This thing stays with me for quite a long time. Certainly I don’t want that this will be perceived as a critique of James.
    At 1:00 and 4:30 James said “silent consent” and “tacitly implicitly consent”. I see these phrases as an oxymoron. Consent can only be something voluntary, not elicited with deception, clear, loud, unequivocally, a will actively expressed. Passively expressed will is acquiescence. Well, I doubt acquiescence would be more appropriate word in case of “murderer psy-op”. I don’t know if there is a word for blind-acceptance.

    An example of erroneous and straight deceiving use of consent is Manufacturing Consent (Chomsky psy-op in my opinion). Manufacturing Consent == Manipulation.

    • scpat says:

      This would be the same thing as “implied consent”, just like those who support the idea of a need for government would say. “You use the services that society provides, such as roads, water system, electrical system, maintained national parks and forests, police protection, etc., therefore there is implied or implicit consent to being governed and ruled.” That would be the logic, although of course I don’t agree with that “logic.”

      • mik says:

        I’ve been subjected to this logic when debating with normies. My reply is no problem, but I prefer and ask for explicit arrangement where I negotiate my terms. Of course this is not conceivable therefore I’m left with what is called extortion.

        It’s variation of Social Contract idea.

    • CQ says:

      Reflecting on these various words and their meanings reminds me of “informed consent,” which doctors are supposed to give their patients before injecting them (or their children) with a vaccine. Apparently most pediatricians have never bothered to tell moms and dads about the vaccine inserts (the endless list of possible — and horrible — side effects). So the parents end up giving uninformed consent, sometimes bullied-into-submission consent. As we know, these days fewer US states allow the “no” option, since all exemptions have been stripped by legislatures.

      This discussion also reminds me of David Icke’s use of the word “acquiescence” toward the end of his recent two-and-half-hour interview, which many of us probably watched before the video was removed from all social media platforms and even the LondonReal website itself.

      If you meant to see it but missed the window of opportunity, you can still hear the audio version. Either go to https://tunein.com/podcasts/Podcasts/London-Real-p1134656/?topicId=141150033 and hunt around that page ’til you find the podcast or go to Josh del Sol’s website https://www.takebackyourpower.net/david-icke-on-londonreal-6april2020 and click on his two “here” and “here” hyperlinks (you can then download the two mp3s that comprise the Icke interview).

      Anyway, I think Corbett’s clear statement of principle is brilliant and brave — and definitely provocative.

      • pearl says:

        Interesting, CQ. I’d never listened to or read Icke until someone posted the link to the first part of that interview last month which I found to be spot on (I never did get around to part 2, but I downloaded just now the audios from del Sol’s site, so thanks for pointing that out). Now here’s the point of my comment: I sent the youtube link of that Icke interview (part 1) to someone on 3/22. Moments ago, I went to my sent file to confirm the date I sent it and clicked the link just to see what would happen. I expected a black screen to greet me and tell me it’s been removed, but the video is playing…on LondonReal’s youtube page! So…what’s up with that? I’m afraid if I close it, it’ll disappear for good!

        • pearl says:

          Here’s the London Real link. Let’s see if it works from here:


          • Fawlty Towers says:

            Hi pearl.
            The link you posted is of Icke’s first interview at LondonReal a month ago.
            A second interview was done the beginning of April.
            That is the video that was removed from YouTube.
            It was entitled:
            ‘The Coronavirus Conspiracy: How COVID-19 Will Seize Your Rights & Destroy Our Economy’

            • CQ says:

              Oh, I just saw Fawlty Towers’ explanation.

              But it does seem like the March interview is the same (or very similar to) the first part of the April interview. I haven’t tried to do any comparison listening yet, though.

            • pearl says:

              Ah! Okay, thanks so much for responding, Fawlty! You also answered my second question. A commenter on Josh del Sol’s page linked to that second interview where Icke is wearing an identical sweater except it’s a different color! Before reading your response here, I honestly thought someone was messing with the color scheme. (DUH. Think horses, not zebras, pearl!)

              Hey CQ, speaking of Josh del Sol, he’s got that second interview embedded from Bitchute (it’s kinda fuzzy and slow) and he also links to it on Brighteon (much clearer). And then there’s the one I mentioned above, where a button to download same is provided, but I don’t know if it’s safe.



              • CQ says:

                Yeah, pearl! You’re as BRIGHT (in an otherwise-dark EON) as the clear video you tracked down on BRIGHTEON. Thank you so much.

                OK, after I watch them both again, I’ll share with friends the April 6, blue sweater, 154-minute interview AND the late-March, raspberry sweater, 120-minute interview as a package deal. Whew!

        • CQ says:

          That’s weird, pearl. I don’t know why it’s still up on LR’s YT page. But when you go to the LR website at the end (after 45 minutes, which amounts to a little more than one-fourth of the full show), it brings you to nothing except the podcast, right?

          Still, I’ll save that YT link so my friends who’ve listened to the podcast or downloaded Josh’s mp3 links) can see Ickes on camera, if they want.

          BTW, pearl, I, too, had never watched him before, and, boy, am I impressed with his 30 years of dogged research. I think the word “intrepid” perfectly applies to him. And to another guy we know . . .

          • Chapati says:

            Hi CQ

            Probably you already have this source, but just incase;

            Here the Bitchute Link to watch the blue-sweatered Icke from April 6th



            • CQ says:

              Chapati, thanks for that link.

              What I did was take pearl’s advice to check out https://www.brighteon.com/6192989f-c568-4470-91bb-4dc1fe0a6bc9 (she provided the URL minus the https://www., so it doesn’t show up in bright blue in her comment).

              pearl’s right: The video on Brighteon is much more clear and crisp than the same video on bitchute. Which proves the founder of Bright-eon named his site just right! 🙂

              This morn both my sister and a high school friend wrote back with their responses to the podcast (they couldn’t see the blue sweater, because when I sent them the audio version a few days ago, I didn’t know about bright and bit!).

              Sister alternately swore and cried. I knew it would “reach” her because after years of listening respectfully to my “truth” sharing — all the while saying that she didn’t want to get involved and active herself, which I understood — she has FINALLY started pushing back in the one area that interests her: against the vaccine lies.

              Will share what my friend wrote in the next comment . . .

              • Chapati says:

                Pardon me, square-eyes missed pearls link and now your previous BRIGHTEON comment makes sense to me too 😀

                I agree; much better quality than Bitchute (and i thought my eye sight was just signaling the overdue necessity for glasses)
                Thank you pearl!

                And Congratulations CQ on your sisters ..how does one call this?..awakening (?) That is truely very rewarding when close real-life people (especially family) start looking into this!

              • CQ says:

                You’re right, Chapati, it IS rewarding. Also, it gives my sister and me one more thing in common that we can talk about more seriously and frequently, not just superficially and occasionally.

                That said, another friend, whose bleeding heart (which she pours into such activities as protesting against climate change and marching for women) will never be staunched until she begins asking questions, looking for accurate sources of information, and thinking through inconsistencies, recently disowned me for DARING to send her a Technocracy.News article that connects the Trojan horse of the Green New Deal to the Trojan horse of CV. Very sad.

              • Chapati says:

                Hear you! I have had similar experiences, less awakening more of those sad ones (or people not realy interested). People tend to hold on to their ideology and defend it against those offered truth-glasses which dismantle ideology (sorry if this sounds weird, it s exactly the topic Slavoj Zizek coverd in his movie perverts guid through ideology when analysing the movie “They”)

                But wanting to end this post (and the last for today) with something positive: I am realy happy for you and hope you can bond with your sister on a much deeper level from now on! As i am lucky too to experience this with my sister since she has started looking into these topics.

                Makes up for all the sadness!

              • CQ says:

                Chapati, I’ll end the evening on an upbeat note, too, by saying I’m glad you have a sister who’s similarly ready to put on the truth glasses that dismantle ideology (a perfect description of what we’re offering our friends and loved ones, for their own sake).

              • Chapati says:

                Thank you CQ,
                Your like-mindedness combined with your kindness is very much appreciated on my receiving-side of the virtual-interaction!

            • CQ says:

              Here’s what friend wrote, in part:

              “I am impressed. He is brilliant, passionate at what he does/believes in and clearly is dedicated. He also presents well. Having said that, being totally honest with you, although I do agree with a lot of his positioning, it’s hard for me to subscribe to his teachings 100%.

              “I liked his clear walk-through on it being more genetic testing and then how powers end up getting deaths counted as coronavirus even though that may not be the primary cause: tested positive, but may have died from something else.

              “Also understood how he ultimately transfers that into psychological manipulation resulting in the masses’ perception of and acquiescence of power by intentionally instilled fear. I believe that’s real. And, coupled with the facial recognition used now to track and find individuals in China, it’s pretty scary stuff going on.

              “How far elements of AI will be driven over the next 25 years is frightening, unless people become well-educated now and aren’t afraid to begin standing up for what they believe is right.

              “Not sure I agree with him on a few things, like 5G. Yes to the AI factor of all towers, etc., but it’s low frequency and non ionizing. That puts it at the opposite end of electromagnetic spectrum from x-rays, gamma rays, ultraviolet. Just too low to weaken or suppress one’s immune system, IMHO. Plus, coronavirus is spreading in countries without any access to 5G.

              “Also don’t agree (nor appreciate) that he feels the need to frequently name call, i.e., total idiots, monumental morons, psychopaths. Disrespectful. Plenty of ways to make your point without being so offensive. Nobody’s perfect and everyone has a right to their own beliefs and opinions.

              “BTW, I read where David Icke advocates existence of an inter dimensional race of reptilian beings who have hijacked earth……maybe that’s one of the kooky ideas you referred to?

              “Thanks again for sending. I think differently now when CNN comes on.”

              Any thoughts?

              I know tons of research has been done about the health effects of 5G and I can send my friend a link or two from TakeBackYourPower.

              That said, I’m aware that the 5G/CV connection could be disinfo. It’s not like I’m a scientist or privy to the inner circle conversations of TPTSB.

              If Icke had confined his name-calling to the clinically proven existence of “psychopaths,” that would’ve been my preference. My friend ran the social service part of a hospital (he went into management specifically to help poor and mentally ill patients), so he is extra-sensitive to treating everyone with kindness and respect.

              As you can see, he’s gradually waking up to the deceptions imposed on the public by the MSM. Perhaps he’d decide to stop watching CNN one of these days.

              • pearl says:

                I personally get irked by tone police who get their panties in a bunch by people who utter the occasional expletive and/or call evil/stupidity out for what it is by using cutting terms. Some prophets in the old testament used sarcasm, and Jesus called TPTSB some cutting terms as well. These duplicitous, guilt-inducing, strangely effective virtue-signalers strain at gnats yet swallow camels. My 2 cents. ?

              • CQ says:

                Haha, yes, pearl, I know where you’re coming from. I can only hope I’m never called one of those “whited sepulchres”! 🙂

                If you knew my friend, though, you’d see in an instant that he isn’t a duplicitous, guilt-inducing, virtue-signaling, gnat-straining camel-swallower.

                In his work, he was unusually effective at bringing two warring sides together in peace by treating each party with respect and never demeaning them in thought, word, or deed.

                What I think he hasn’t yet wrapped his head around is the degree of depravity, cruelty, and corruption that marks the worst offenders in our world. I’ll let you know if he ever gets so ticked off that he utters the equivalent of “woe unto you, o ye perverted, sick hypocrites”! 🙂

              • pearl says:

                “I can only hope I’m never called one of those “whited sepulchres”!”

                From what I’ve read of yours here, I can’t see any similarity whatsoever.

                Forgive me. Having been at the receiving end numerous times, I have no regard for sin-levelers. Your diplomatic friend, on the other hand, does sound sincere. In the event he hungers for more truth, I hope he experiences a healthy dose of righteous anger and takes a verbal whip to those who require it.

      • mik says:


        David Icke – no, thank you.

        • Chapati says:

          Hi mik,

          How come?

          • mik says:

            He has done more harm than good.

            • Chapati says:


              Can you provide any links to information? Or recommend any reading?

              Even if I don`t agree with everything he says, i do think he has many points he is (and proven) to be correct. And despite the fact he was ridiculed and all the push back, he has been doing this work for over 30 years.

              But i admit i havn`t looked into any criticism. So i am totally open to see/read/listen what harm he has done.

              Would like to check that out.

              • Duck says:


                David Icke is one of those people who when he tells you the truth vaccinates most people against it….because he is quite obviously crazy or playing the part of a crazy person.

                If he says anything it is for most people lumped into the mental bin of “Crazy” because of his weird antics….. its like Alex Jones and his deliberate comic rants
                They dont need to hide the truth, just make people laugh and block it out as a sensible idea.

                That and he also pushes a really strong mystic theme which is setting people up for the new religion which (I think) will “save” us from the bad old tecnocrats and just be another cage.

              • Chapati says:

                Hi Duck,

                Can`t reply to your post directly so have to do it this way.

                Ah thought of real harm against people.

                I totally agree about AJ. And yes i don`t believe DI is a good starting point for people who only just started dipping their toe in to the reality of these topics. But i disagree on; him just being a crazy person. As i posted earlier; yes i might not agree on everything and i can`t prove him right or wrong on his reptilian hypotheses and (as JC puts it) he must be taken with a grain of salt (like every person talking; listend to with the critical thinking on). But i def. wouldn`t discared everything he says. Like his Interview on London Real. Also he has a very calm attitude. Even when he falls into a rant it is still not in a delibrate harmful way against an opponent. Which i find pretty impressive when you consider what he has been through

                “That and he also pushes a really strong mystic theme which is setting people up for the new religion which (I think) will “save” us from the bad old tecnocrats and just be another cage.”

                That isn`t the impression i get of him. He might seem to have “mystic” view on life, (which probably made him survive all that ridicule he received and made him live with his illness Rheumatoid arthritis) but i don`t see him push it as a new religion. More as a way of empowering each individual with Love and conciousness. Surely there are people who might be making a cult out of it, but i don`t hold him responsible for that.

                Anyways thanks for your response!


              • CQ says:

                Duck, I’m in Chapati’s corner regarding DI. I take what I (currently) perceive to be the good and leave the rest alone.

                But I, like Chapati, am totally open to learn about whatever actual harm DI has done.

  19. zyxzevn says:

    Been there already.

    I was helping a person with psychological problems.

    I was perfectly capable of doing that work.
    I want to replace psychiatric treatments with meditation
    and self-discovery techniques. It works so well that people
    that I help get off the medicine. And they get healthier.
    Results are within an hour, sometimes in 5 minutes.

    I also got a huge resistance by almost everyone.
    A bit similar to what we are seeing now.
    It went so far that the person that I was helping,
    and that had improved enormously, was taken out of my home.

    So that is how bad things are when you break the system.

    What I noticed was that everyone was in a state of hypnosis.
    Not able to break out of the system.

    Since then I have started to break the hypnosis in small
    steps and help people wake up.

    • Duck says:

      Psychotherapy is basically paying some creep to sit and listen to your problems and pretend they are your friend.
      Having an actual friend listen to them is probably at least as effective

      • zyxzevn says:

        A person with psychiatric problems is stuck in his/her own world.
        A normal friend usually can usually temporary reach the person,
        but not get him/her out of the problem.
        People with a depression know what I mean.

        An official therapist does not even come close.

        My talent is totally different.
        I reach the person inside his/her problem, and guide him/her out.
        I also remove the problem,
        and teach the person how to do that self.
        That way he/she can overcome new problems when they show up.
        So depressions are gone, for ever.

        Almost nobody understands what I can do.

        • Duck says:

          sounds to mystical for me… but happy if its working for you

          • zyxzevn says:

            It is hard to explain in words, and I don’t expect anyone to understand it.

            Just as no-one understands 9/11 until you see the free-fall due to demolition. It has to click and then you know.

            Let me try with some small steps:

            Everyone has an aura, which is like a body on its own. It is easy to learn to sense it. As long you are not to busy in your head.

            The aura has different dimensions, and is like the body of our consciousness. So problems in the aura reflect directly in the psyche.

            The aura is also connected to a source of life-energy. Especially children are well connected. It makes you happy and vivid. This source and nature heal the aura, but the society and traumas damage it. There are also many other predators.

            Almost everyone is running a program in his head. The voices in your head are likely past lives, but in bad occasions they are spirits. I call these the problems. They can also create bad feelings, psychosis and hypnosis. They rule most people lives. A bit like Samsara.

            By identifying the problems, you can help them to go to the next dimension. Which is the light. (That is also where your source is). But for that you need to be connected with your source or with nature. This is actually not religious. It is very natural, just as sleep.

            So I help people to connect to their own source, and help them remove the problems that they encounter.

  20. Cloudy says:

    In the good German tradition, they start bringing people to special facilities. Only the ones who ask too much, too loud, are effected for now. The others just get their e-mail and web-page disabled (= modern day book burning).

    A Lawyer in Heidelberg, specialized in medical law, dared to question the legal basis of the shutdown. She filed a complaint against the corona measures with the Federal Constitutional Court and called for demonstrations, was arrested and sent to a prison psychiatric ward for two days. The public prosecutor is investigating for „public provocation to commit crimes“.

    In Switzerland, a „corona-critical“ doctor was arrested by a special police unit and sent to a psychiatric clinic.

    More here under political developments on the Covid update page of Swisspropaganda. https://swprs.org/a-swiss-doctor-on-covid-19/

    In Sachsen they announced that people who do not obey – or are not expected to obey(!) the quarantines measures, will be sent to a psychiatric clinic.
    But recent good news: Saxony takes back a decree on corona quarantine. According to the government, the plans “have caused false concerns among many people”.

    I see the Reichstag burning – but only a very samll fraction sees it that way, or at least dares to say it openly. Most people trust Mother Merkel 100%. She know what is good for us, right? And now shut up, I want to watch Tigerking.

    • Duck says:

      Merkel the Osti… funny, did the Wall came down and West Germany get folded into the DDR?
      From Wikipedia “…Merkel later said that “Life in the GDR was sometimes almost comfortable in a certain way, because there were some things one simply couldn’t influence.”[36]…”

    • Chapati says:

      “In Switzerland, a „corona-critical“ doctor was arrested by a special police unit and sent to a psychiatric clinic.”

      Hi Cloudy
      Thanks for this Info, it slipped my radar!

      The Swiss doctor is a cardiologist named Thomas Binder. He publicly has posted on his Twitter account what is realy going on and confronting the swiss government (also about CO2 hoax). For any one who is interested here his twitter account


      Because they didn`t have any legal charges against him (because in switzerland it is legal for every guy who serverd the military that he owns his serviceweapon. But not the munition, that would be illegal. And Thomas Binder didn`t own any munition. Also there is no evidence for alleged threats on his twitter account) they brought him before a doctor (random GP) to judge his mental state. The GP wasn`t amused with his answer “1984” when she asked him what year it is. And also when asked to walk a line, he was goosestepping.

      So now he is kept in Klinik Königsfelden (PDAG in the canton Aargau, i have worked there a few years ago). The only contact i still had to a person working there, told me he is kept on the closed ward under a different name for his “protection”. Sadly this only connection i have turned out to be brainwashed and ignorant as so many, not even caring to know the truth. So this persons attituded is; any person brought in to the psychiatry IS a nutter, no further questions asked.

      On Thomas Binders twitteraccount Stefan Theiler @SwissRebel Force posted on April 16th
      “Wolf from @WeAreChangeNYC and I wanted to visit @Thomas_Binder today on the closed section of the psychiatry Königsfelden. After a few minutes on the premises we were arrested and taken away by the @Kapo_Aargau in Baden. Today @World Week read @alex_baur”

  21. flammable says:

    Anything action comes directly from citizens would be a better than relying completely on government officials to do it behind our backs. I think it was Larken Rose who said something similar regarding jail. The most extreme actions is better than blindly running up the tax bill.

    If contributing to the chain of infection is liken to murder then I don’t want to dance around the subject. Bring actual murder charges against EVERYONE that violated pandemic orders. Let us also bring murder charges against government officials who acted too late and cut off funding for pandemic prevention. Murder charges also for care workers in nursing homes who were in direct line of spreading infection to the victims. Murder charges against law enforcement that still refuse to maintain distance and gather too many people.

    Screw the goddamn passive aggressive attacks from the media and politicians. If you think we contributed to murder then have me booked along with millions of other people that had a part in it too. We are already under house arrest so all I ask is for a trial to get this over with. Prove in a court of law why we should be imprisoned indefinitely or let us go free.

  22. pearl says:

    So profound. I have such a swelling graditude and respect for your ability to communicate such self-evident truths. I sent a link of this video to two family members (and I’m typically extrememly reserved when it comes to forwarding links). What’s even more impressive is your ability to articulate all this while also walking and crossing streets! Years ago while engaged in two separate existentials rants of my own, one with my son the other with my daughter, I got pulled over for speeding through a school zone, and the other whizzing through a red light at a busy intersection! Thankfully, no collisions happened, only amazement at the crazy lady at the wheel. So obviously, I’m doubly impressed!

  23. pearl says:

    I love this guy:

    “So the War on Populism is finally over. Go ahead, take a wild guess who won.

    “I’ll give you a hint. It wasn’t the Russians, or the white supremacists, or the gilets jaunes, or Jeremy Corbyn’s Nazi Death Cult, or the misogynist Bernie Bros, or the MAGA-hat terrorists, or any of the other real or fictional “populist” forces that global capitalism has been waging war on for the last four years.

    “What? You weren’t aware that global capitalism was fighting a War on Populism? That’s OK, most other folks weren’t. It wasn’t officially announced or anything. It was launched in the summer of 2016, just as the War on Terror was ending, as a sequel to the War on Terror, or a variation on the War on Terror, or continuation of the War on Terror, or … whatever, it doesn’t really matter anymore, because now we’re fighting the War on Death, or the War on Minor Cold-like Symptoms, depending on your age and general state of health.”

    “Brave New Normal” by CJ Hopkins (note the header photo! So apropos!)

  24. endthefed says:

    Excellent, James. Sending to everyone I can.

  25. Hotfoot says:

    I intend to have a t-shirt printed with something like


    on in large letters. There’s not very much we can do to get pro-active in this current climate, but I’m now at the point where I want to do something, anything that might get people to look beyond the MSM. I’m also thinking about fliering cars and homes in my area.

    The reason I’m posting this here, before going ahead, is I wanted to get others’ opinion on this. Is this a good message? Should I rephrase it/change it altogether?

    All opinions invited. If James or Broc want to pipe up here, it would be useful. How about a downloadable flier we can print? I’ll do thousands of them, I can promise you that. I have very little else to do right now.

  26. taxpayer says:

    I look at this in the opposite way. Years ago, TPTSB had ALREADY restricted my ability to do productive activities of all kinds, with taxes on wages and purchases, and licenses and other restrictions limiting work. All this is unacceptable, but I mostly tolerate it in order to not be caged. Now with Corona, there are additional restrictions but, fundamentally, it’s the same situation. Still unacceptable.

  27. karlharvie says:

    James mentioned the key word in all this 1984 horseshit. The word is ” ASKED”. They are “asking” us to follow guidelines. We simply say “NO”. Remember???????


    • Libertydan says:

      Good Point, I fear not, and go about as I will. As of yet I haven’t been restricted from doing anything. Indeed, many stores are not open and people seem to keep their distance when I go to the Park, but I would have to say that it hasn’t effected me much, because I don’t let it.
      I tend to say “I do not consent” and in most cases, they have no Case.

  28. mkey says:

    Was the COVID-19 Test Meant to Detect a Virus?

    This is quite a bomb shell, let me tell you.

    Kary Mullis was a scientist. He never spoke like a globalist, and said once, memorably, when accused of making statements about HIV that could endanger lives: “I’m a scientist. I’m not a lifeguard.” That’s a very important line in the sand. Somebody who goes around claiming they are “saving lives,” is a very dangerous animal, and you should run in the opposite direction when you encounter them. Their weapon is fear, and their favorite word is “could.” They entrap you with a form of bio-debt, creating simulations of every imaginable thing that “could” happen, yet hasn’t. Bill Gates has been waiting a long time for a virus with this much, as he put it, “pandemic potential.” But Gates has a problem, and it’s called PCR.

    “What ABC needs to do,” says Mullis, “is talk to [Chairman of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Dr. Anthony] Fauci and [Dr. Robert] Gallo [one of the discoverers of HIV] and show that they’re assholes, which I could do in ten minutes.”

    But I point out, Gallo will refuse to discuss the HIV debate, just as he’s always done.

    “I know he will,” Mullis shoots back, anger rising in his voice. “But you know what? I would be willing to chase the little bastard from his car to his office and say, ‘This is Kary Mullis trying to ask you a goddamn simple question,’ and let the cameras follow. If people think I’m a crazy person, that’s okay. But here’s a Nobel Prize-winner trying to ask a simple question from those who spent $22 billion and killed 100,000 people. It has to be on TV. It’s a visual thing. I’m not unwilling to do something like that.”

    “Yes, they do,” wrote Austrian MD Christian Fiala. “Here are the data from Austria. In other words if they want to further increase the number of ‘infected‘ people, they have to also increase the number of tests. However, that is physically impossible.

    Another aspect: during the first weeks most tests were done on sick people. Therefore, the percentage of positive tests was relatively high. But there are not so many sick people and with the general roll out of tests, the vast majority of those tested will be healthy. Consequently, the percentage of positive tests will be low, and most will be false positive.

    • mkey says:

      Dr. Mullis wrote, on May 7, 2013:

      “PCR detects a very small segment of the nucleic acid which is part of a virus itself. The specific fragment detected is determined by the somewhat arbitrary choice of DNA primers used which become the ends of the amplified fragment. “

      If things were done right, “infection” would be a far cry from a positive PCR test.

      “You have to have a whopping amount of any organism to cause symptoms. Huge amounts of it,” Dr. David Rasnick, bio-chemist, protease developer, and former founder of an EM lab called Viral Forensics told me. “You don’t start with testing; you start with listening to the lungs. I’m skeptical that a PRC test is ever true. It’s a great scientific research tool. It’s a horrible tool for clinical medicine. 30% of your infected cells have been killed before you show symptoms. By the time you show symptoms…the dead cells are generating the symptoms.”

      I asked Dr. Rasnick what advice he has for people who want to be tested for COVID-19.
      “Don’t do it, I say, when people ask me,” he replies. “No healthy person should be tested. It means nothing but it can destroy your life, make you absolutely miserable.

      Whether we realize it or not, this phrase is an echo of HIV-think, which I swam through for most of my so-called career in journalism, choking and spitting all the way out. The globalists write code. They encode “viruses” and give them a weaponized, video-game identity. In this video game, you lose all your freedoms, and must display gratitude and servitude. Viral code trumps all other forms of politics. Nothing can counter it. Especially not “science.” The virus is also a sweeping metaphor for the spread of “misinformation,” which means anything outside their religious doctrines, not recognizable by classical virology.

      I conducted a two-hour interview with David Crowe– Canadian researcher, with a degree in biology and mathematics, host of The Infectious Myth podcast, and President of the think-tank Rethinking AIDS. He broke down the problems with the PCR based Corona test in great detail, revealing a world of unimaginable complexity, as well as trickery.

      “The first thing to know is that the test is not binary,” he said. “In fact, I don’t think there are any tests for infectious disease that are positive or negative.”

      “PCR is really a manufacturing technique,” Crowe explained. “You start with one molecule. You start with a small amount of DNA and on each cycle the amount doubles, which doesn’t sound like that much, but if you, if you double 30 times, you get approximately a billion times more material than you started with. So as a manufacturing technique, it’s great.

    • mkey says:

      “In one paper,” Crowe says, “I found 37 cycles. If you didn’t get enough fluorescence by 37 cycles, you are considered negative. In another, paper, the cutoff was 36. Thirty-seven to 40 were considered “indeterminate.” And if you got in that range, then you did more testing. I’ve only seen two papers that described what the limit was. So, it’s quite possible that different hospitals, different States, Canada versus the US, Italy versus France are all using different cutoff sensitivity standards of the Covid test. So, if you cut off at 20, everybody would be negative. If you cut off a 50, you might have everybody positive.

      “Another reason we know this is bogus,” Crowe continued, “is from a remarkable series of graphs published by some people from Singapore in JAMA. These graphs were published in the supplementary information, which is an indication that nobody’s supposed to read them. And I think the authors probably just threw them in because they were interesting graphs, but they didn’t realize what was in them. So, they were 18 graphs of 18 different people. And at this hospital in Singapore, they did daily coronavirus tests and they grasped the number of PCR cycles necessary to detect fluorescence. Or if they couldn’t detect florescence by…37 cycles, they put a dot on the bottom of the graph, signifying a negative.”

      So, in this group of 18 people, the majority of people went from positive, which is normally read as “infected,” to negative, which is normally read as “uninfected” back to positive—infected again. So how do you interpret this? How do you have a test if a test act is actually, you know, 100% positive for detecting infection, then the negative results must’ve been wrong? And so, one way to solve that is to move the point from 37 to say 36 or 38. You can move this, this cycle of numbers. It’s an arbitrary division up or down. But there’s no guarantee that if you did that, you wouldn’t still have the same thing. It would just, instead of going from, from 36 to undetectable and back to 36 or back to 45, it might go from 33 to undetectable to 30 or something like that. Right? So, you can’t solve the problem by changing this arbitrary binary division. And so basically this says that the test is not detecting infection. Because if it was, like if you’re infected, and then you’re uninfected, and you’re in a hospital with the best anti-infective precautions in the world, how did you get re-infected? And if you cured the infection, why didn’t you have antibodies to stop you getting re-infected? So, there’s no explanation within the mainstream that can explain these results. That’s why I think they’re so important.”

    • mkey says:

      “There was a famous Chinese paper that estimated that if you’re testing asymptomatic people, up to 80% of positives could be false positive. That was kind of shocking, so shocking that PubMed had to withdraw the abstract even though the Chinese paper appears to still be published and available. I actually have a translation with a friend. I translated it into English and it’s a really, standard calculation of what they call positive predictive value. The abstract basically said that in asymptomatic populations, the chance of a positive coronavirus test being a true positive is only about 20%. 80% will be false positive.”

      “Doesn’t that mean the test means nothing?” I asked.

      “The Chinese analysis was a mathematical analysis, a standard, the standard analysis that’s been done a million times before. There’s no reason to withdraw the paper for any reason. There’s nothing dramatic about the paper. It’s a really boring analysis. It’s just that they did the standard analysis and said, in some populations, like they estimated 1% of people are actually infected in the population. You could have 80% false positive. Uh, they couldn’t do a real analysis of false positives in terms of determining whether a test is correct or not because that requires a gold standard and the only gold standard is purification of the virus. So, we get back to the fact that the virus is not being purified. If you could purify the virus, then you could take a hundred people who tested positive and you could search for the virus in them. And if you found the virus in 50 out of a hundred and not in the other 50, you could say that the test is only accurate 50% of the time. But we have no way to do that because we haven’t yet purified the virus. And I don’t think we ever will.

      I’ll stop here, just read the damn thing.

    • mkey says:

      OK, OK, stop twisting my arm, one more.

      Another interesting thing is that they did a lot of tests. The first person in the list of people tested, he was positive on three out of 11 tests. So again, they took nose and throat samples and you know, different methods and all this kind of stuff. And they got 11 separate tests and only three were positive. And of course, all you need to be considered infected is one positive test. They could test you 20 times and if you test positive once, then you’re infected. So, a positive test is meaningful. A negative test. It’s like, eh. Not so much.

      I asked Crowe what he thought Kary Mullis would say about this explosion of PCR insanity.

      “I’m sad that he isn’t here to defend his manufacturing technique,” he said. “Kary did not invent a test. He invented a very powerful manufacturing technique that is being abused. What are the best applications for PCR? Not medical diagnostics. He knew that and he always said that.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Damn! mkey, that was a really, really interesting read!

      • haros says:

        Thanks mkey, I will read this text tomorrow. It seems very interesting!

        According to Wikipedia: Mullis expressed disagreement with the scientific evidence supporting climate change and ozone depletion, the evidence that HIV causes AIDS, and asserted his belief in astrology. Mullis claimed climate change and the HIV/AIDS connection are due to a conspiracy of environmentalists, government agencies, and scientists attempting to preserve their careers and earn money, rather than scientific evidence.

        How ironic that these “powers” are using the technique he developed for their plandemic. Even more that he died of pneumonia.

        • mkey says:

          The fact he’s a Nobel prize winner kind of stabnd out a bit in the overall review of his character. It’s difficult to label him a conspiracy theorist, a fact he was aware an took advantage of, apparently.

      • A whole new caliber of deception is being revealed lately; a caliber of deception many degrees above that which shrouded & contained the events of 9/11; a caliber of deception that virtually everyone on the planet would tell you isn’t even remotely possible.

        Alice in Wonderland indeed.

        If they’ve been able to sustain such enormous lies about pathogens across all these decades, and right under the noses of millions of university students & professors — even those who specialize in the field — then essentially anything is possible.
        There could be dozens of races of aliens frequenting the planet.
        There could be lizard people in the White House.
        The Moon could be a manufactured hollow sphere with a civilization living inside it.

        PS: Mullis died right before Event 201 & the launch of this plandemic. Maybe it’s just coincidence but it sure does smell like they were preemptively shutting him up.

  29. Duck says:

    Government has only ever treated people as well as they have needed to… at times that was pretty good because the power disparity between regular folks and the rulers was smaller then at others.

    Some people think that their guns are going to save them but…. as the clip shows weapons can be neutralized – as Mr Corbett has said its a war for your mind.


    I hear someone describe this lockdown (william ramsey investigates podcast, I think) as one giant $h!t’ test of how much the public will accept.
    The only good thing is that as the economy collapses people will feel the boot of reality in their backside and the pain will wake them up…. unless their anger is directed towards some other target as has happened every time in the past. They will go as far as they can without people pushing back or complaining, which is why its so important to them to make us shame each other and isolate us from discussing the coming events in person.

    You really must ask, though, what kind of person wants to create a tattoo ID and then CALLS it a Certification “Mark” …. (12:40 in video below)
    If you wantch the video I suggest FFWD to 3:30 unless you like watching Jay Dyer spazing out with his impressions and comedy- AWFUL music too.



  30. illbnice2u2 says:

    The Government and Agencies crossed the line a long time ago for me. I do not consent to anything the Government tries to subject me to that is outside of the constitution.

  31. seth.w.h says:

    It’s The Trolley Dilemma in Reverse

    I watched this video a couple times and realized it’s the trolley dilemma but in Reverse.
    There is one person tied to the track that will die, but if you pull the lever and switch the trolley to follow a new track (i.e. shut down the world economy) the trolley will macerate 10 people and mutilate another 2,000,000,000 people.

    Do you pull the lever?

    • Duck says:

      The trolley dilemma is based on the fake premise that all humans have the same value- I would bet money that you would let it run over 10 strangers to save your child.

      The idea that everyone is responsible for everyone else and that we should value all people as if they are close to us WEAKENS our ability to look out for each other because everyones welfare is too big and we palm the job off to government.
      Its more a female then a male trait but as society has become more female the idea that we owe other people something is not challenged because of fear of public shameing. When the economy crashes people will revert to their more natural savagery

  32. bladtheimpaler says:

    Asking the Corbett community where they draw their human rights red line is not asking the general ‘normie’ public. For the ‘normies’ their is no line as they believe government is looking out for them in this time of peril and sacrifices must heroically be made. Going against govt. directives will brand you as a danger to society in the eyes of most ‘normies’. Your internment to a re-education camp necessary and if not easily re-educated then your euthanasia mandated as for the greater good.

    What is not being said about this event, because the aim is to keep a virus front and center threatening sudden unexpected death is the end game of this psyop but not its agenda. And where have I heard of this psyop before? Mid to late 1930s Germany if I remember correctly. Anyway the goal seems to be the beginning of the fast tracking of a swapping out one socio-economic system, nation state capitalism, for another, one world sustainable development/Technocracy. That SD cannot sustain but a fraction of the current human planetary population speaks exactly to the point that the ‘pyramid cap’ is now fully prepared to stop 90% of the human population from going forward. That and the fact that Gen Y-Z (the Millennials kids) will probably be the last humans born naturally from unadulterated sperm and egg, with their progeny more likely than to be genetically modified (SD is predicated on eugenics, trans humanism and scientism) or sold as ‘enhancing’ babies by the ‘cap’. All that is needed then is an artificial womb and another final goal of the ‘cap’ could be checked off. These are the subjects not talked about and the ‘normies’ are blind, no, actually cheering on this existential eventuality. That is unless the ‘cap’ is not stopped NOW!.

  33. dubrey says:

    My guess that is that the streets where James made this video, are normally a bit more crowded.

  34. cedomir says:

    What works for you best James, short of a donation? Watching your material on your website, YouTube or another platform?

    • mkey says:

      His stuff isn’t monetized. Subscription, donations and also you have DVDs in the store.

    • Sharing Videos
      There is a major problem with Corbett members & viewers not sharing his videos enough. I’m not entirely sure why that is (I have some guesses).
      I know most of us are short on time but if we all put a little time into this — maybe just be sure to share one video (new or old) per day — no single person will have to put a lot of time into it.

      Membership Increase
      Consider increasing the amount of your membership contribution (even a little).

      Have a look at the awesome documentary and data DVD’s. Not only are they really nice to have at home but they’re great for giving to friends & family members who watch more TV than Internet videos.

  35. mkey says:

    Ingraham: Coronavirus crisis is teaching us a lot about so-called experts

    For Fox this is pretty big deal, I guess.

    • pearl says:

      Yeah, in the same vein, my mom’s been telling me how well Rush Limbaugh’s questioning the narrative has been of late. A part of me wishes I could believe the whole flattening-the-curve thing is only to avoid putting such a burden on hospitals, but of course, once you’ve seen something, you can’t unsee it. Anyway, here’s a portion of Rush’s transcript:

      “In flattening the curve as a policy, i.e., social distancing, locking down, stay at home, avoiding have the virus, the same number of people are gonna get sick and the same percentage of those people are going to die except — and here’s the real point behind it — social distancing, flattening the curve was designed for one thing: to prevent overruns at hospitals, to prevent massive numbers of infections that required very sick people to go to the hospital and put pressure on hospitals, ICU’s, emergency rooms that the hospitals couldn’t handle. That’s why we have been doing what we’ve been doing, to avoid stress, to avoid overcrowding, to avoiding chaos at the hospitals.

      “Well, that never happened. The chaos at the hospitals on a nationwide basis didn’t happen. The Centers for Disease Control estimates, if you do the math, that as of around April 4th, 41,000 people were hospitalized with COVID-19. Nationwide, that’s awfully low because everybody was saying, “Wow, this thing is gonna wipe us out.” Remember, 240,000 dead, 2.2 million people dead. They always kept the hospitalization numbers from us and they always kept the recovery numbers from us.

      “Now, there’s something out there called the COVID Tracking Project, and they peg hospitalizations at 62,000 as of April 13th. Now, John Hinderaker at PowerLine has written about this. Without context those numbers don’t mean anything. What is 41,000 hospitalizations, based on what? What is 62,000 hospitalizations, based on what?

      “Well, let’s look at the flu. Let’s look at hospitalizations. Are you ready for some shocking numbers? Do you want to hear some shocking numbers? During last year’s flu season, according to the CDC, 490,000 people were hospitalized due to seasonal flu. The year before that, 810,000 people were hospitalized due to the flu. The maximum number of projected hospitalizations with COVID-19 as of two days ago is 62,000. If we could handle 810,000 hospitalizations due to flu, if we could handle 490, 500,000 hospitalizations, then we certainly can handle 62,000 hospitalizations due to COVID-19.”


      • mkey says:

        Hospitalization numbers are surely alleviated by people being scared or scared away from the, often critical, non-corona related medical procedures they would otherwise be undertaking. These are the true covid-19 victims.

  36. Nick Weech says:

    Can I ask how you can help us millions of the General Public and Corbett Report followers, to realise that the Germ Theory from Louis Pasteur, is completely and utterly mistaken.
    Antoine Bechamp said it’s the terrain, i.e. the environment, not the microbe which makes us ill. Poor food, or air or water are the crucial vectors, not sneezing or coughing per se:Look at the link between Poor Air in N Italy and in Wuhan- it’s really quite obvious

    Dawn Lester and David Parker” What Really Makes you Ill?” See here pse:


    We need more info to get people to realise the truth before it’ds too late, uotherwise we’ll be slapped with CV20 next and then CV21 …

    • ben.r says:

      Agree completely. Thanks for your insights.
      Bat soup, asymmptomatic carriers, contagion, it is also nonsense.
      We are having the wool pulled over our eyes.
      Most worrisome to me is that they are starting to put people who question the official narrative into mental hospitals, according to some commenters.

    • Duck says:

      While I have no doubt that diet and bad environment cause most illness by weakening the bodies defenses bacteria demonstrably CAN make you sick is clearly wrong- you can test it on animals or yourself it quite easily by injecting or ingesting a sample of bacteria which will cause disease.
      If germs did not cause disease eating a bloated can or a rotten egg would not be a concern

      Germ Theory with bacteria is pretty easy to show with virus’s like covid its somewhat harder

  37. I’m tempted to say that as long as the normies have their tasty food and entertainment, and as long as any separation from loved ones is perceived as temporary, there will be no significant resistance.

    But I’m starting to see a change online in the thinking and temperament of those normies as this whole thing drags on for much longer than they expected.
    Even they, astonishingly, are starting to detect a hint of bullshit.

    Something that seems to be aiding that detection quite a bit is the spread of anti-Gates posts and memes that remind people of his true ruthless businessman nature, and reveal his many strong conflicts of interest and insane projects that give the impression of someone who believes that the average person shouldn’t have a right to any privacy, any real freedom or any final say over what happens to their own body.

    • Duck says:

      Normies will do nothing as long as they either
      A)have their comfortable lives, or
      B)are depending on government handouts that demand ‘good behavior’

      The whole lockdown, I think, is to ease the change from one state to another with the minimum of fuss. Bill Gates may be the currant target of public hate, but the kings ‘evil counselor’ who caused ‘ALL’ the badness in the kingdomcan be punished and the rulers will remain either unseen (like the Rothschild banks) or largely untouched by public anger.
      I doubt Bill Gates is really stupid enough to put willingly himself in any real danger of sanction

  38. De Clarke says:

    Thank you so much for this James.

    I think for people following you work line has been crossed a while ago. For the random Joe, who believes that there is deadly boogie man, line is still placed ahead. Sadly, i believe removing people from families (if done is nice and caring manner) would be accepted or even encouraged.

  39. IkeB247 says:

    I’ll be clear about what I think of all this: I’m conflicted. To avoid the devils in the details, I’ll state clearly that sometimes I agree with some of those empowered people who believe that the best thing for humanity going forward would be a good bottleneck, whether real or promulgated. But on the other hand I realize that the truth is that we don’t have an overpopulation problem, we have a lifestyle problem, and if only we could dial back our destructive activities, change our destructive, second hand thought habits, we could better care for ourselves and each other.

    That’s my big picture, and we’re damned if we do and damned if we don’t either way, which I guess is what is binding about the Devil’s bargain. Specifically concerning the COVID situation as it is unfolding, I think it’s a bit early to tell to what degree this is natural or artificial, voluntary or coerced. I do know that there are some Mr. Burns’ out their wringing their hands in a ‘let no crisis go to waste’ fashion. But since I’m speculating, I hope this thing doesn’t surge again in the fall, 1918 flu style because I don’t think the American Government and it’s preferred ‘handler’ Amazon are going to float us a free Christmas. Economy is key here.

    • Duck says:

      A ‘Bottle neck’ is just fine as long as its NATURAL selection- do you really want the inbred scum and Sado-Autist nerds like Gates and pervert weirdos like Epstein as the pattern for the Neo Human race????

      Its like capitalism is actually great- as long as you let failures fail and dont let the bad companies drive the good ones out of business with government help – these are the people who create Welfare, the sexual revolution , processed food and other disgenics so that they can excuse their disgusting lack of morals when dealing with the dehunamized ‘lower orders’
      But…. allow me to answer with a song….

    • Duck says:

      Good news!
      Quicker the pushback the less they can take.
      Unless a 2nd more deadly variant ‘mutates’… but thats not really likely

      • Alchemist says:

        Unless this is what they need to implement martial law…
        at first I thought it was great, but now I’m wondering if appearing complacent would be a better strategy.

        • Duck says:

          Probably not… think of it like when a girlfriend $h1t tests her boyfriend. Had more people pushed back years ago they would never have got this far.

          As the saying goes “great generals are not well known because they do things when they are small and easy to do’

          The governments and people in them have always beeen what they are… its the people that have grown weak and dependent

          • CQ says:

            Duck, your “its the people that have grown weak and dependent” statement aligns with this famous Samuel Adams quote: “No people will tamely surrender their Liberties, nor can any be easily subdued, when knowledge is diffused and Virtue is preserved. On the contrary, when People are universally ignorant, and debauched in their Manners, they will sink under their own weight without the Aid of foreign Invaders.”

  40. Octium says:

    With the WHO also claiming that 15,000* children die each day due to starvation, it would be good to ask them what rights would they sacrifice to stop that epidemic?

    * No doubt that figure is only going to increase as the result of the covid-1984 economic shutdown, and it does not following a bell curve!

  41. Libertydan says:

    A now for something positive!

    The following link is of a News Clip run today about a Protest in Lansing Michigan

  42. ben.r says:

    Thanks for your insights, but even more concisely we need to question the concept of the “asymptomatic carrier”. Many doctors believe in the theory of the asymptomatic carrier. It is an extension of the “germ theory” of one disease-one cause-one virus. If you believe this, then nobody is healthy. The healthy are all to be suspected of being an “aymptomatic carrier” who presents a danger to the public health. It is nonsense. There is no evidence of transmission. They have not isolated the “virus”. Let us quarantine the sick, not the healthy.
    To hack at the root of the lies even further, we also need to question the original story from Wuhan. There is no evidence that the Wuhan respiratory illness was caused by the bat soup (or the corona virus) in Wuhan – and not by the severely polluted air in Wuhan, possibly combined with the recent 5G installation in Wuhan. This would be similar to the H1N1 “pandemic” declared by the WHO in 2009. The first reports of the “swine flu” were from Veracruz, Mexico. There was so much panic that governments all over the world bought hundreds of millions of doses of vaccines which they later trashed. After the panic subsided, independent researchers went to Veracruz, where they found a pig farm (confined animal farming operation) with 900,000 pigs and so much fecal effluent that the local water supply was contaminated, causing infections there. You can look this up to verify. You see the parallel? Yes, the CDC/WHO brain trust found a virus in Wuhan, just as they found a virus in Veracruz. They were looking for a virus, so they found one. There was no proof that the virus caused the illness. They did not isolate it nor use the isolate to infect another animal. They ignored the environmental contamination in Wuhan, just as they ignored the environmental contamination in Veracruz. This is bad science, to put it mildly.

  43. pill says:

    Those who are new to the concept of washing their hands and keeping their distance to older people when ill should not be able to have other, healthy people locked up against their will. Those who are now wearing masks at home after they have infected others with the flu in previous years should not have a say about who is now obligated to wear a mask. Those who don’t understand the difference between “infected”, “hospitalized” and “hospitalized, in an icu bed” even after you explain it three times, print it out and stick the definition on their foreheads, should not be able to enforce police activity, forcing anyone to pay a fine who’s peacefully sitting on a park bench. Those who are lead by emotions and images (“all of our hospitals will look like [the one we saw on the news in Northern] Italy”) rather than facts and numbers (number of patients in icu because of the virus per day vs. number of icu beds) should not have a say in measures that are limiting the constitutional rights of others who may even have their own thoughts on the matter. Also, those who are not affected financially should not tell others who are affected to be patient and wait for an indefinite amount of time (“soon”), asking them not to criticize the government since “their” experts are not the right experts.

  44. Drazen says:

    It’s interesting how deeply concerned politicians and senior bureaucrats are with people’s well-being and the preciousness of life, in times like these.

    It’s also interesting how those concerns all disappear when it’s time to lie and start another war.

    • Jed says:

      Sure is. I told the Town Supervisor here, in detail, how the volunteer ambulances are failing to respond to night jobs with morbid results. He looked deeply concerned, then did fuck-all. Still marches in the parades with ‘em though. He’s gearing up to run for the fed. rep seat, NY, 1st con. district.

      • Drazen says:

        Hey Jed,

        Yep, it’s all just a game to them. Fake concern when it suits and stir outrage when required.

        Speaking of running for office, I wrote this piece yesterday, you may be interested. (Satire)


        • I Shot Santa says:

          Good writing. May I add that even the top Nazis noted no difference between the parties. This before the Russian invasion and also quickly squashed due to obvious political problems.

          Jimbob; who is aware that no one wants to hear his message, but history says it’s obvious. And he just wants liberty to win. But that’ll take blood. Lots and lots of nightmare inducing blood. Prepare and use prudence. The shitstorm is coming.

          • Drazen says:

            Thanks I Shot Santa,

            Let’s do our best to not have this go down the mass murder route.

            • I Shot Santa says:

              That’s no longer possible unfortunately. People don’t want to hear that, but it’s true. Too many slaves refuse to take responsibility for their own thoughts/lives for this to be otherwise. I wish I was wrong, but I’m not. Prepare.

              • Drazen says:

                If peoples first response to any sign of difficulty is to kill, kill, kill, then that may well be what they get.

                But I understand that people will want to protect and defend their families and communities.

                I simply advise prudence before resorting to any form of serious physical harm, because all that will do is justify more violence in the minds of the authoritarians.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                Drazen, my violence won’t start until even the dullest slave can recognize it as a war. Prepare now, or you won’t be around to fight then.

              • Octium says:

                I agree, we are long past the point where we can avoid a violent ending. Even if the violence is just in the form of mass starvation. Too many people have been brainwashed since birth, other than for a few, there is no way to awaken them. The brainwashing will persist even if the source of brainwashing is removed.

                What good can possibly come out of these people? I think mas depopulation is certain now, what I still see as undetermined is whether the survivors end up free or not, there is still hope there.

              • Duck says:

                I Shot Santa
                People are starting to protest… thats a good sign and 100% more effective then talking about killing people

                The government has zero real fear of little groups of people with guns… they are a cash crop for the military Industrial Complex… but it DOES have to back up when lots of people organize and push back.

                People Posting on the internet about the need to kill people is generally a bad thing to do unless your trying to make normies who come her think its a terrorism board… but worse…. waiting until its a Holodomor before doing anything is planning to die gloriously while loosing the war.

                Better to say have a garden, a group of friends and some realistic way to exist without government handouts

              • I Shot Santa says:

                Duck, if you got that out of what I wrote then you are functionally illiterate. I’ve written plainly and there’s no excuse for misconstruing my words. On the other hand, if you’re one of those pathetic new age anarchists who thinks you can ignore the obvious and just sing kumbaya around a campfire and wish freedom into existence, then you definitely deserve your fate. I tried to warn about what is coming, but cowards start crapping themselves at the mention of violence. Which will be inflicted on you. And so cowards believe that anyone saying it’s coming are inciting violence. Which makes you as much a slave as the other slaves. Put simply, all you’ve done is proclaim you ain’t got a pair.

                Jimbob; who hates cowards.

              • Duck says:

                @I Shot Santa

                ‘…Duck, if you got that out of what I wrote then you are functionally illiterate. I’ve written plainly and there’s no excuse for misconstruing my words….’

                Indeed- how many times have you been talking about violence?
                Dude… there may be a time to do violence but there is never one to TALK about it.
                I don’t trust people who do because they are either
                A) big mouthed idiots who will get you in trouble
                B) Evil people who want to kill for its own sake
                C) “Glowing in the dark” as they Fed post looking for idiots to entrap so their parole doesn’t get revoked.

                “…if you’re one of those pathetic new age anarchists…’
                I am not an anarchist… Mr Corbett is. I think real anarchy will never actually happen

                ‘…so cowards believe that anyone saying it’s coming are inciting violence….’

                No… I think that talking about how you plan to “use violence to encourage people to resist” (those were your words were they not?) on the internet makes you an idiot

                ‘… all you’ve done is proclaim you ain’t got a pair…’

                Well… how many NWO agents have you killed lately?
                I am guessing none and I am guessing that number will stay at zero but if the number is higher feel free to post about it on the internet

                Seriously dude…chill

              • I Shot Santa says:

                Duck, I’ve been saying I
                It’s coming. Not my fault youve got the brains of a hemorrhoid. And don’t worry, I’m gone. I have no respect for those afraid to see the obvious. Love all your logical fallacies, enjoy effing yourself.

            • I Shot Santa says:

              What people fail to realize is that, from the beginning of coverage of this plandemic, war was declared upon us. The fact that billions of people are buying this crap makes it inevitable. Or do you think they’re just railing tanks around the country for fun? I’ve been through 2 buildups for war and this is how the “game” is played. Prepare. I’m begging.

              Jimbob; who knows the best way to take out a tank is to take away its fuel supplies.

              • Drazen says:

                I never said don’t prepare!

                There may be people who buy this nonsense but there are also many who don’t. In fact, the people I engage with, the majority don’t. They’re waiting to see where this goes, like the rest of us and these are “normies” as James would put it. They’re generally not even interested in the types of things found on this site.

                It seems to be an American mentality that everything is always about war. War on drug, war on poverty, war on a virus, war, war, war, war, war, war, war…

                I understand that this is also conditioned into the population, but not everything has to always be about war.

              • Drazen says:

                If the first option you look for in any conflict is violence, then guess what you are going to find in every conflict.

              • alexandre says:

                If I can intervene here, Drazen, I don’t think we’re in “first option” times. There are hundreds of options before violence, and those were all discarded during the last 20 plus years. There’s a small wild fox here that is very gentle and pacific, always running away from the dogs. Once one was cornered and had nowhere to run, and I never saw violence like that, hissing and making noises I never heard. We’re at that point, it looks like. Or so we’re slowly becoming aware.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                If all you’re looking for is sunshine and roses then that’s all you’ll see when a fucking tank runs over your ass. Go ahead, be a dumbass, I’m done with you. I just don’t speak stupid well enough to make you understand. I guess daddy government would never harm us if we just imagined it so. That’s what you’re claiming now. We are already at war. Not my fault you make Mr mcgoo look like an eagle eyed scout. This makes my third time being in a war buildup. This being the first time on the defensive side. How many have you been in? None are so blind as those who will not see.

              • Chapati says:

                I Shot Santa

                I hear you & Jimbob and agree. I too want liberty to win, i too think the costs will be tremendous and preparing and using prudence is needed.

                “I’ve been through 2 buildups for war and this is how the “game” is played. Prepare. I’m begging.”

                Maybe you already have provided advice in other threads, excuse me for not being able to check all of the comments. Do you have any advice for someone like me (who has zero experience in buildups for war) who lives in a city and has no real “out in the wilderness” surviving-capabilities?
                Maybe a lost case, right?

        • CQ says:

          As Santa’s shooter says, lovely writing, well-thought-out points, and right-on quotes, Drazen.

  45. alexandre says:

    This was kind of weird for me. I loved it, as always, but I actually went ask sister about it to see if it’s me or what. I never heard, in 56 years of life, of anyone asking police for reasons, or saying anything about rights whenever stopped by them in a checkpoint or a raid. When the police comes, they can do whatever they want, depending on their mood. And papers with you at all times. It’s been like that always, the only differentiation being of class and color. If you look upper class, upper middle etc, they act one way. In my case – bourgeois old middle class – they always were very respectful and well mannered. But one day I was with 3 black friends driving around – I was one of the passengers – and they told me in case the police stopped them, to expect different. Things are so different when you’re black. (I remember still the look on a little girl on another car at a red light. She looked at me in horror, like “what’s he doing there with those….blacks?”) A rich friend once lost patience in a checkpoint and got out for the car, handing the keys to the officer saying “Ok, take it then!”. The officer apologized. So…to hear these things, even having heard them for long here, is still weird. What “Line on the sand”? That doesn’t exist, does it? “Window” is another weird word, like in “we still have a window to act”.

    I don’t think people are really getting what this is, or seems to be going. It leaves really no option but something really ugly and pretty violent, which is very unlikely (TPTSB would love that). So it really leaves one option. Acquiescence. My hopes were always high for the Americans or Europeans, but after WACO, 911, the EU, the smoking ban etc, and the pandemic love for digital, hopes vanished. Not that I want to be too negative, and I still believe if people throw the cell phones away en masse, that could be really cool. Much easier than any armed revolution. But to consent or not, is that really a choice? We all reject it, I’m sure, otherwise we wouldn’t be here, but in actuality what does that mean? Not much. I don’t use masks and if it becomes mandatory I’ll still not use them. I tell people it’s a psyop and try wherever I can to at least show a “no”, at least one. So I guess you can be hopeless and still true to your principles. When they come with the needle and the gun, what will I do? Being true to your principles isn’t a crisis thing, it should be a constant thing. So that’s one answer. Remain truthful no matter what, until the put the gun to your head. I’m no hero, if that happens I’ll go Woody Allen in a jiffy, aka “squirrel”. I don’t know, just thoughts that came to mind.

  46. I Shot Santa says:

    It doesn’t matter what you think about it when they start shooting at you. And it’s coming. It’s so fucking obvious.

    • alexandre says:

      Not so obvious if you see how complacent people are. Then, no need for shots (or you meant vaccines?). But I like the spirit – and the long beard and hair and scaring the crap out of badges.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        If I had any sense I’d have been scared, but I really hate Nazis. So I usually just get really angry. I’m not big, but I’m 6’2″ and can intimidate cowards pretty quick. Of course, getting shot is a real possibility, but not something new to me. At least shot at. Never been hit. And it’s the passively complacent that definitely makes war a no brainer. Slaves fear having different thoughts from their fellow slaves. I don’t really consider slaves to be true human beings. That requires a spine. But I still don’t want to turn them into mangled piles of meat. Unfortunately, that choice is coming. Faster than ya’ll think. Within a few months. Preceded by hardships forgotten quickly in the horror that follows.

        Jimbob; who says scary shit cuz scary shit’s coming.

        • alexandre says:

          One unfortunately agrees with Jimbob.

          • I Shot Santa says:

            I just wish I were crazy. I’ve seen that elephant and didn’t like it at all. Lost friends. Such a waste. But in this at least I’ll truly be fighting for freedom. And that includes the right to fight for my life.

            • I Shot Santa says:

              Well. I can see I wasted my time here. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. Just remember that we all deserve our fates. Those that deny reality will not escape it.

              • Steve Smith says:

                Oh, I am pretty sure that your time wasn’t wasted. Maybe you just didn’t leave much to add.

              • I Shot Santa says:

                No Steve, there was much to add to prepare. Unfortunately, the kumbaya crowd believes it is immoral to discuss how to save oneself from tyranny. I call this mode of thinking a great way to thin the herd. Strange how stupid people believe keeping your head up your ass is a viable survival strategy. Ask yourself this: have the powers that cower gone too far to back off? Has the Pentagon prepared for the deployment of troops to quell unrest? Did Trump authorize military grade weapons for pigs? The answer to all is yes. These are all American, but apply globally. I recommend a few youboob channels. Prepsteaders has plenty of foods to learn. A very sweet woman. And there are numerous homestead video channels to learn skills even if you don’t have land. Plenty to do to prepare. Unfortunately, this comment section doesn’t believe in preparation. At least not for those unpleasant realities. But I shed no tears for stupid. Came back to respond to your remark, but I have to concentrate my energies in the most effective manner. Good luck and prepare for the worst while hoping for the best.

  47. Jed says:

    The stats here floored me. It’s mainstream local drool, but I scrolled down to see the bit with the politician thanking the transit workers and came across the official numbers of CORVID-19 cases town by town.


    The population of Southampton Town is 56,000

    328 cases out of 56,000 people. What am I missing here?

  48. suzt says:

    James et al:
    As I reflect on the root of the evil (which I’m afraid is us not them) I wanted to re-read and complete your referring us to the Corona Survival Kit ..a couple weeks ago.

    I can’t find the link. And since you’re wisely asking us to be honest with ourselves about drawing a line in the sand, I recall the Survival Kit is a very useful list of questions to answer now. So perhaps someone can find it or better yet teach me how I could find it myself using the current search capabilities.

    Muchas gracias

  49. alexandre says:

    I posted a thought here in form of two images. I’m sure many people thought of that, but it just occurred to me.


    • pearl says:

      Wow. Silent, murky, subversive and deadly. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words, and mine are swirling in my mind so fast, it’s hard for me to capture them and express myself like I wish I could. I’ll just wait for manbearpig and nod, nod, nod to what she says!

      By the way, an english blog? When did that happen? It looks great!! Definitely one I’ll make a part of my daily rounds. I’d love to comment but I cancelled my google account years ago. Will it accept my wordpress login info? I’ve had numerous hiccups in the past; Google doesn’t make it easy.

      • alexandre says:

        Pearl, the blog is not exactly a blog, like something to follow. I did it just to do things like that, and some longer texts like the malediction etc – so I don’t worry about 500 words etc. It’s like a blackboard or something, not a blog. If I write something – not easy in English – then I post the link here, like I did there.

        I’m sure the architect is the same guy for both of those things, and probably, looking at the design, from the 1800s. A ball with spikes, seriously?

        Interestingly I wrote on google “virus PHOTOGRAPHY” and 99.9% of what came up is 3D stuff like that. The few real microscope photos show what Andrew Kaufman showed as being exosomes. So….there.

    • nathan.l says:

      Hi everyone from quarantine Australia.

      Alexandre, I too am exploring creative ways to express what I see before us. Having never written poetry before I wrote the below. I thought if anyone likes it they can pass it on. Go easy on me please, I’m a novice!

      I have written a few more since and am planning to display copies around the place with a website address attached for anyone interested to visit. It might sound futile but it’s so hard to reach your physical community when you’re unable to meet! The freedom cells members down under are pretty spread out.

      It’s nice to have finally logged in after all these years as a subscribers


      • alexandre says:

        Hi, Australia…er…Sarah? … nathan? You’re going to post poetry somewhere, is that it? Wait a minute….AH, I see, it’s down there. Great.

        First, I’m a novice also, an second I don’t know nothing of poetry. It’s the jazz musician’s disease; incapacity to hear words. I’m poetically illiterate. Now, ManBearPig on the other hand….

        • nathan.l says:

          Hi Alexandre, Sarah here (Nathan is my hubby) we’re in Australia.

          Yes re:posting poetry. I plan to pin to trees and lampposts haha! I am just really seeing unless I go out there looking for like minded people I’ll never find them in real life. Really interested in other ideas around this.

          I posted my first poem as a separate comment, interested to hear what a self proclaimed non poet thinks.

          • Duck says:

            Real world people you know are the only way you will be able to exist as a free person- the ‘Net’ is something we can use but its THEIR tool, they made it and they can cut it off anytime its worth it to them.
            As Mr Corbett has said you need to be able to exist outside their system as much as possible…. the removal of the ability to live outside the system is how colonized peoples have always been forced onto the reservation

  50. Noahsark723 says:

    YEAH!!! The Battle Axe of Truth!


    Excellent insight – how they are using the inverse of rights to trick people into giving their true rights away!

    That is how they work, to flip everything on its head.

  51. kellie says:

    Implicit bias – not something a lot of people understand. I am sickened by such weak people all around me that have the audacity to say we live in a free country when this is going on around them. There seems to be very little intelligent questions being asked and for the few that do ask, they are censored – deleted from social media platforms for speaking out…oh yes, freedom of speech in such a free country. Ever heard of the Stockholm syndrome,,,we seem to be living it. Thanks James, for such another great piece. Now, how do we get our collective voices to stand up?

  52. nathan.l says:

    Haunted by words
    unsaid hope and fear unite
    The future is not written
    All but hidden in plain sight

    Innocence welcomes winds of change
    The calm before the storm
    Reform, recourse, reaction

    New threat
    New law
    New normal
    What’s done now shall it remain?
    Digital connection
    Parroted refrain

    Solutions from the experts
    Make haste, emergency!
    Only time can answer…
    For the love of philanthropy

    We distance
    All for our safety
    Resort to witness
    The price?
    Sweet liberty

    Oh! Mighty saviour on high
    Prophetic Algorithmic eye
    Who will prosper
    Who will perish
    to live or die

    Can it be that all around us
    Greed and power tighten grip?
    The band played on
    Lest we forget
    Down with the unsinkable ship

    Mother earth how she is plundered
    Controlled consumption now ensues
    Vested interest
    Turn a profit
    Are you tempted to abuse?

    Future still remains uncertain
    So much joy in every day
    Rite of passage
    Right of movement
    Stay home

    Stronger now
    For there are answers
    To the questions you may seek
    The truth
    It won’t come easy
    Too weak
    Too meek
    To speak

    Words of reason
    Ever grateful
    For the seeds lovingly sown
    We know not what lies before us
    Though examples clearly shown

    Finding solice in a passion
    Create intention with an art
    We all stand in time together
    And we each will play our part

    • pearl says:

      And you say you’ve never written poetry?! I don’t believe it! This is marvelous!! Applause!

      • alexandre says:

        Well, I, a non-poet with documentation to prove it, liked it a lot. I read it out loud with a grave voice – I think that’s how you’re supposed to do it, right? – and liked it. NOW with Pearl’s confirmation I can freely applause – unless MBP comes along and slaps us all into place.

        “Down with the unsinkable ship” – loved it.

    • manbearpig says:

      Wow! Inspiring! You’re a natural!

  53. siamdave says:

    just to play devil’s advocate for a minute – it’s pretty clear that most citizens, certainly in Canada, are completely under the control of ‘the state’ and their blackshirts. So – if they come to your door, and you resist – then that is exactly what the enforcers want – they drag you into the street, slap you around a bit (or worse depending on your level of resistance) – and thus provide a good example to the rabbits behind their curtains as to what will happen if *they* think about resisting. And – you have also reduced the small population around which a resistance might form later by one. Just worth a discussion – when is it appropriate to be a martyr for the cause, and when is it better to keep your head down and live to fight another day?

  54. Antonio says:

    The best line uttered by James in this video had to do with the hypothetical supporter of State thuggery, and James’ challenge to him or her to spell out to what lengths they would go, or to what lengths they would allow their hired thugs to go, to mitigate this threat.

    It’s always thus – the worshiper of the State doesn’t have the guts or the honesty to do what he thinks needs to be done by themselves. He is too cowardly to do violence himself, because he instinctively knows that he will be met with resistance, possibly violent, deadly, resistance, and he, personally, doesn’t have the stomach for it. Ergo, the hired thug.

    I will continue, as I have already been doing, to challenge the basis for State mandates of any kind in response to this crisis. Anybody verbally tangling with me had better be prepared to answer the question, “By what authority?”

    • CQ says:

      Yeah, Antonio, that’s my favorite line, too.

      It goes: “. . . tell us what you specifically — not the AGENTS OF THE STATE TO WHOM YOU OUTSOURCE YOUR VIOLENCE, but you — would do in order to prevent people from living their lives in the event of a pandemic . . . .”

      (It’s from 7:35 minutes to 7:45 minutes. As you can see, I opened and copied the transcript, per my own instructions elsewhere on this thread! 🙂 )

  55. Alchemist says:

    Use it!

    Does anyone know of a site that’s keeping track of quarantine orders in each country?

  56. Alchemist says:


    Will you notify authorities if you see someone breaking quarantine rules?

    Do we need surveillance drones to make sure people stay 6 ft apart?

    If lockdown continues through summer, will you comply?

    What if school doesn’t re-open next year? Will you sue the state for your tax dollars back?

    Should we carry immunity cards after recovery for re-entry into the world?

    Should we be required to show our immunity cards to cross State borders? County borders? City borders?

    Would it be more convenient if your medical information was put in a microchip and implanted in your body?

    Do you also want your home address, place of employment, banking information, and credit score on your digital ID?

    What if you decide you don’t want the microchip, but it becomes the law… What will you do?

    What if the chip malfunctions?

    What if you break an unjust rule and they punish you by shutting down your chip; leaving you with no way to access your bank account or cross borders?

    Do you want a fast-tracked vaccine that skips animal safety studies? Even if it’s not effective? Even if it’s made with aborted fetal cells? Even if it alters your DNA? Even if it has side effects including seizures, encephalopathy, and death?

    Should vaccines be mandated?

    Should proof of vaccination be included in your digital ID to cross borders?

    Should the vaccines come with a tattooed bar code so it’s easier to see who’s been vaccinated?

    If you decide you don’t want the vaccine, what will you do if they come knocking on your door with a mandatory injection?

    Do you agree with the WHO’s suggestion of taking sick family members out of their homes?

    Would you let them take one of your kids for the “common good”?

    Will you pay a fine to protect your liberty?

    Will you go to jail?

    Live free or die?

    Should this post be censored?



  57. robert.t says:

    As I’ve said before, my take is that this is a total hoax with no leaks from labs, no military mistakes or military attacks. Just a hoax on a huge scale across a world where collaboration between enemy governments is as unsurprising as enmity between friendly governments.

    I’m curious about the element of threshold testing in all this. There are the obvious visual stunts, such as the “corpses” spreadeagled like kids playing wars and the chick trying to eat a big bat over a soup bowl, which seem designed to test our shockability against our sense of the absurd. But I’m thinking more about the tests of simple logic.

    Right through all this there have been low infection and tiny death numbers. That’s for ease of hoax management, certainly. The smaller the numbers the less you have to explain and the less you have to walk back when some crack team of female, coloured and LGBT researchers come up with their vaccine or miracle treatment.

    But what about all those media stories of overflowing wards, NY park burials, freezer trucks and body bags coming and going from hospitals…all running concurrent with publication of death numbers which are tiny?


    So that’s my question. Is Winston being tested not by “how many fingers am I holding up?” but by “how many corpses does it take to overload a city?” If you insist that it would take a million corpses to force the city to bury its dead by the jogging tracks and flower beds…

    You’ll get shocked or even get a rat tied to your face!

    63 deaths have so far been recorded in Australia. I would adjust that to zero deaths, but 63 or zero, the load on the system would be insignificant in either case. It’s obvious then that there is no overload, no emergency disposal of corpses, and no logistical problem of any sort except what is artificially generated. And that’s accepting the official death toll.

    Yet the tiny death tolls and logistical nightmare stories can sit comfortably together on the same page.

    Now how is that possible, unless we are being tested not just for our visceral responses but also for our deductive ability?

    So how many deaths will it take till we have to store the corpses in skating rinks then bury them in public parks?

    The answer is 63…now take that rat away from my face!

    • alexandre says:

      I was watching a video the other day, can’t remember which, but depending on your frame of mind, it becomes clear how much can be created with advertising alone. Jon Rappoport said something like if you have a camera and a good editor, you can create a pandemic easily, or anything for that matter. It’s hard to believe or accept that something like this could be a hoax, but on the other hand, depending on how you think about it, it’s almost impossible to believe it is NOT a hoax. “The bigger the lie, the more people believe it” is actually true. With technology available today, they can create whatever they want and it will be reality. It doesn’t even have to be very well done. People’s minds finish the job of making it real.

      I just made two 3D images comparing the virus to an old submarine bomb and, looking for reference, I typed “virus photography” on google, and 99.9% of what came back was 3D pictures, just like the one I made here at home on my PC. If I can make something photo-realistic in my home, they can create all the reality they need. So, I’m with you there.

      The images I made:

      • robert.t says:

        I don’t know how good a look they actually get at viruses under electron microscopes. Most of what I see published looks like something out of NASA studios. I’d rate your image as convincing as any. Even the old depth charge would do.

        They actually handed out coronavirus soft toys at the Event 210 last October. Talk about confidence. (Politifact took authoritative charge of debunking this absurd toy giveaway story by…well, by saying it happened but so what. Or something. Never mind the facts, just check the Truth-o-Meter.)

        • robert.t says:

          I meant Event 201. I’m sure it was actually an Event 33, like all the rest.

          • alexandre says:

            Yeah, many events. Do you know why it’s called 201?

            And yes the picture is made up, as I think the whole of virology, microbiology and medicine itself (of course with SOME good things in it to sell it, like aspirin or, I don’t know, Novalgina). The best microscope photo is the one Kaufman showed, saying it’s an exosome. The designer of both must be the same. A ball with spikes. Seriously. An invisible ball with spikes. Because of that they closed down the planet. Seriously. What does that say about us? – that’s the real point.

            What about Dr Raymond Rife? He not only had photos, but moving pictures of microorganisms floating about – and him killing them with frequencies. In 1930. In 2020 we don’t have real photography of the thing? Many good microscope photos, but not of virus, let alone covid.

            Here’s a good question for Corbett:
            If in 1930 Dr Rife killed microorganisms with frequencies, and actually cured cancer in a demonstration involving 18 patients and all the medical community, and filmed it, how come they don’t “cure coronavirus” with that? It’s just a matter of finding the virus’ resonance frequency and voilà, back to the bar.

            Now that’s a f’n question, eh?

            • aleia says:

              They don’t want a cure for anything. There is no money, or control possibilities, in cures. Notice they are not talking about all the good preventive strategies that are available and well known. from vitamins C,D to zinc and herbs like astragalus. Not only ignored, but actively suppressed as false. Even though there is plenty of peer reviewed research proving their worth. To me that is proof enough that there is a hostile agenda afoot.

  58. marc.g says:

    I am completely against the current (and any) curtailing of my rights.
    The red line was crossed conceptually when lies that scared my fellow citizens were openly disseminated.
    And officially when the lock-down measures were adopted.

    Having said that, more is needed now.
    Communities have been divided => Communities need to be united again.

  59. cas says:

    hey all, i do not consent to any of our human rights being taken away. enforced anything is a breach of human rights. at most they can offer their opinion or advice, but no one has the right to enforce their opinions and beliefs on anyone.
    peace all,
    cas, x

  60. manbearpig says:

    Well, I’m missing a fabulous, thoughtful, creative thread here! Keep up the good work people!

    scuttling into hamsterwheel! (will conduct “line in the sand” poll)

  61. Steve Lennon says:

    So true — we need to move our butt! It’s NOW or NEVER.

  62. red corvair says:

    Thank you for your work, James! For those interested in facts about covid-19 based on real science, not panic mode or corruption or quackery, here’s and excellent link as well: https://swprs.org/a-swiss-doctor-on-covid-19/

    About government atrocities and corruption around covid-19: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Children’s Health Defense, April 4, 2020: https://childrenshealthdefense.org/news/government-corruption/gates-globalist-vaccine-agenda-a-win-win-for-pharma-and-mandatory-vaccination/

    Dr. SHIVA Ayyadurai, MIT PhD Crushes Dr. Fauci Exposes Birx, Clintons, Bill Gates, And The W.H.O.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=NjjybyJ59Lw&feature=emb_logo

    About UK government criminal involvement with Bill Gates and many big pharma companies in developing ‘rapid vaccine’ and mandatory vaccination of the population:
    UK Column News – 15th April 2020: The Imperial College Bill Gates Connection: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3ldtVWKlQI

  63. steve1 says:

    This is the first post that I have posted, I have been a member for a number of years, so this to me is very important. I am 67 years old and have experienced a few things in my life but never, ever on this scale. My generation has known freedom but the vast majority of people, now living, have not. There were no cameras, no digital surveillance, we were paid in cash and not many people were offended, sticks and stones and all that. We have had project fear for the last 6 years what with Brexit and falling off a cliff and now this “Pandemic”.I will not use the excuse of saying I am too old to protest or fight, I will protest “peacefully” with anybody in England to get back our freedom. Count me in James.

  64. ImagiNation says:

    It seems from the comments everyone agree with you but not too many lines in the sand. That said,

    1. Mandatory detention – Oppose
    2, Social distancing – Allow (for now)
    3. Social gatherings – Allow (allow social distancing for now)
    4, Restrictions on travel – Oppose (allow social distancing for now)
    5. Removing infected from home – Oppose
    6. Digital tracking – Totally oppose
    7. Destruction of economy – Oppose
    8. Monitising US debt – Oppose
    9. Bail outs – Oppose
    10. Bail ins – Oppose
    11. Digital currency – Oppose (no exception)
    12. Forced vaccination – You must be kidding

    • CQ says:

      Good of you to explicitly draw your line, ImagiNation (your name reminds me of Rappoport!).

      Admission: Had to look up “bail ins”: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/b/bailin.asp. Yes, I, too, oppose both kinds of bail and everything else you listed.

      I don’t have an objection to your one hold out, but it’d be interesting to know why you “allow social distancing for now.”

    • aleia says:

      Thank you James for possibly your best short video ever since the famous 911 one. Thank you ImagiNation for your list. I share your conclusions although I don’t know what “monitoring us debt” is. Forced vaccination is the one I have been focusing on for more than 30 years and it does move me more than the others. Not to belittle the importance of the others…

  65. L. says:

    I 100% oppose being coerced by the state into doing anything at all. Staying in my home. Nope. Not happening. Vaccination of myself or my children? Over my dead body.

    My family has not done a thing to comply with any of this. I have been forced to work from home by my company closing it’s offices and requesting everyone WFH. It is driving our employees insane. We go out any chance we get. I bring my children to the grocery store, we don’t wear masks. Every single impact this has had on my life and routine infuriates me. Anyone who is afraid to get the virus is free to stay home, anyone who leaves their home accepts the risk. The only ways in which government can prevent this from being the case are too unacceptable to fathom.

    There is a rally at the state house in my home state this weekend to end this infringement on our natural rights and allow spontaneous order and productive activity to resume. My family will be there.

    I miss the Ron Paul days, where people would go anywhere and do practically anything at any time to make sure the message was heard. The people of those days would laugh in the face of a stay at home order and say “am I being detained?”… We’re allowing ourselves to be put in a box, in front of our telescreens, accepting that one day we won’t even be able to access even certain windows into the digital realm…


  66. scpat says:

    What is being harnessed by the State and the controllers of society is a delusion that all, or 99.999% of humanity is afflicted by—thought. Only when we think can there be any doubt. Only when there is any doubt can we be afraid. Only when there is fear can the power of nightmares be used against us by those who wish to control us. Ultimately, we must transcend thought and be present in experience. Only then will we be free.

  67. nexangelus says:

    I managed to get a whole thread shut down and my post removed, because I was voicing concern for the little guy losing his job and the economic fall out that is happening because of this, on a website that is to do with one of my hobbies…people do not like dissent. You have to toe the line, use the new language that has been drummed into everyone, be fearful of the stats, be very afraid of the bogey thing…but what about the long term implications? Has anyone thought about that…nope, you are railroading our happy, propagandized freakshow of a thread (with people on it freaking out because they are scared they have caught the bogey thing), so take that you naughty naughty dissenter you. I was not the only one, at least a handful spoke up…am I proud? Well yeah, I can see I am not the only one who thinks this way, I know there are a few of us out there who will speak up and out. Are they afraid of killing people by passing on the annual, seasonal flu? I tried to ask a family member that question…it went down like a lead balloon. Boom!

  68. alexandre says:

    I’m terribly sorry, but I see many lists of things to oppose and, maybe I should shut up, but I have say something. To “oppose tyranny” doesn’t make much sense, does it? Tyranny is not too worried about your opposition. As I’ve said, the time to oppose something has passed. Oppose digital, oppose automation, oppose fascism, Bill Gates, vaccines, cell phones, government, this and that, that’s all gone now. The only thing that can oppose a guy with a big gun is maybe a bigger gun, or a kind of Ghandi position that is unusual in normal people, where death wouldn’t be a problem. (“They would have my dead body, but not my obedience” – how many could really say that?) So I don’t quite understand the proposition. How would you oppose tyranny? I mean, don’t get me wrong, I am opposed to all that as much as anybody, and if squeak is all we can do, as Tarpley said, squeak we must. But there’s a feeling here that this is a political thing that you can oppose or reject. Rejection is pretty obvious, but when you say it or propose it, like saying “I’m in favor of oxygen!”, it gives me the feeling that we don’t understand what is really going on. One thing to do, along with the opposing, would be to think deeply about what it is the I (you) did all this time, not only to allow that tyranny to grow so much, but to promote it. Where did I fuck up so immensely that now we’re in this cosmic picle? So yes, let’s oppose, but also meditate a bit about other less geo-political socio-economic things. As Melissa Dykes says, “Just saying…”

    • wylie1 says:

      Govt is and always was the root problem.
      Govt provides the mechanism and structure for evil to function.

      Opposing govt from the outside (protesting or not complying or resisting) has done what? Trimmed a branch or two, which grew back.

      Cutting the root, cutting the head off the snake means that people will have to enter govt in a big way, to DISMANTLE it, to remove the mechanism through which most bad things happen (govt).

      Get every freedom loving person you can to Enter Govt. Clean out the courts, legislative bodies, the administration, the university professors …get all of the Marxists or anyone who thinks govt is the answer to anything, those “wanting to do good” via govt, get them all out of govt.
      There is no “good” govt does, that cannot be done without govt.

      Those unwilling to Enter govt, to DISMANTLE it, or at least support those who will, must want to be a slave to the Globalists.

      Yes, I am saying ALL who tell you to never vote, never give legitimacy to govt, blah blah blah, are blind. They are causing exactly what they don’t want, to happen faster.

      Most Voluntaryists have put themselves into a box (ignore, don’t comply, and/or resist govt) while claiming they think outside the box. Sad.

      If you are doing bad things and everyone ignores you or some just yell and make signs …Are you going to stop?

      One has to be smart about it. Incrementally reduce govt. Assign those in govt most likely to resist the new direction (their loss of power) to some other demanding (but powerless) job to keep them busy.

      That is the only way the people can win without a lot of hardship, decades of suffering, and generations of death. History teaches that all too well, what happens when they do nothing OR resist from the outside.

      Unfortunately, when people are desperate they often fall for something worse than what they had. Hence the powers are trying to make things worse, trying to make the people more desperate.

      The alternative is falling into the “defend your nest” trap, exclusively. Which will only be a matter of time before they come to get you. It is good to prepare but that is only the first thing. Next is to enter govt.

      Some governments will support violent gangs to do their dirty work for them. So the focus for the people will be on the “bad gangs”, the branches rather than the root problem of govt.

      Opposition only attacks the symptoms (swatting at branches).
      We must water the roots of the weed with our kind of nourishment. The kind that makes the grass grow and the weeds die.

    • Chapati says:

      Don`t be! IMO you have made a very accurate point.

      Also a thumb up and a shaka hand sign from me for; “Where did I fuck up so immensely that now we’re in this cosmic picle? So yes, let’s oppose, but also meditate a bit about other less geo-political socio-economic things.”

      Will Contemplate on this..

  69. hanky says:

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