What's Up With The Italian Mortality Rate? - Questions For Corbett #058

03/31/2020223 Comments

Tom from Scotland asks about the mortality rate of Covid-19, and why it is reportedly so much higher in Italy. James answers with an in-depth look at the numbers, how they're being reported, and what's being left out from the equation.

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  1. thoth52 says:

    If you ever wanted undeniable proof that the COVID-19 pandemic (plannedemic) was an engineered crisis, then simply look at the cover of “The Economist” for March 28th 2020.

    Here’s a link https://www.economist.com/printedition/2020-03-28

    • Noahsark723 says:

      That is pretty much in your face and at the same time cryptic as all of the economist covers are.

      I think magazines are used to pass messages out and around to those in the secret society circles.

      Maybe John Nash wasn’t so crazy when he was seeing messages in the magazines depicted in the movie “A Beautiful Mind.”

      Back in december of 2019 I went out to get new eye glasses – in the waiting room was this golf magazine – I forget the name if it – but on page 33 they had an article called “A New World Order of Handicaps” cryptic indeed when you look at the world and what is going on it seems the people are mentally handicapped by this unfolding psy-op. Then on pg. 100 (a whole number of completeness – meaning a finished endeavor) again appears “A New World Order.” It just struck me these two pages/articles so I went and looked at the table of contents – and it just looked like the way it read that there was a cryptic message there. I could feel it in my intuition as well – the hairs on the back of neck stood up. I forget what it all said… but it was if they were announcing something to their “fellow travelers”

      I knew that something big was being announced for 2020 and not more than 3 months into the year here we are!!!

      • Blameitontheboogie says:

        I’ve heard a few interviews in the alternative media in the last three years where they have said that something big was coming in 2020 but they didn’t know what. Very odd.

    • mkey says:

      Nothing gets their rocks off more but when doing these things they are doing right in the open, for everyone to see, but barely anyone to notice.

      • Noahsark723 says:

        Got that right.

        As long as one knows the esoteric lexicon, is somewhat symbolically literate and understands the greater context of the agenda; it is easy to see.

        Then you can point it out to the “blind” and they will find some way to discount it… calling it a cognitive bias or some other misrepresentation when it is right in font of them in plain site.

      • Nick Weech says:

        Well put! It’s real buzz for Them

    • james.d.b says:

      Thanks for the link scary stuff, why are the left media in the uk blind to this, off guardian are good on the virus but no mention of the bigger picture.

    • kempus says:

      If anyone is interested you can sign up with The Economist for free (ha ha what does that mean, nothing is free, but if you are willing….) and you can read some of the latest articles this mob put out.
      As a side note reported today is that sitting at a park bench is a no no. Yep you will be asked to move on.

      From News.com.au

      For anyone stuck inside, heading outside can be a welcome relief.

      But if you want to get some fresh air or sit in the sun for a few minutes, can you stop at a park bench?

      The short answer is no.

      The problem is with plenty of people stopping at the same time, the park ends up with 50 people in it.

      NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said there were a lot of what ifs, like if you were exercising, which is still allowed in all states in Australia.

      Asked whether a mother and kids could sit on the grass in the park and let them crawl and run around, Mr Fuller told the Today show that could count as exercise.

      “But again, the problem is, I guess if everyone went down to the park at the same time it becomes a complicating factor,” he said.

      “But do the kids have it or do you have it without symptoms and you are spreading it to someone else who comes in contact with your kids – and I know there is a lot of what ifs in this space, that’s why I’ve asked police to continue to show high levels of discretion.

      “And I think they have been doing such a wonderful job with that regardless of some of the reporting.”

    • parzival says:

      Coronavirus Rhapsody by Queen | COVID-19 Karaoke https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lr_tEdQvFcc

  2. ztaco says:

    It’s so weird that mainly we all know how these “pandemics” and “false-flags” are hype-jobs meant to push agendas, but each time we’re presented with these events we seem to throw all our previous knowledge out the window. It’s like we have a reset button that they press when these events happen where we go through the same cycle: people get worried, this might actually be the ‘real’ one, we need to change the world to fix the issue, oh wait it’s just another hype-job pushed by the government, now it’s too late to fix the issue, on to the next one. It’s absurd and infuriating.

    Each of these events reminds me of the Wizard of Oz. All this hype for a big facade in the end, and we keep falling for the facade each and every time.

    I shared this video on your recent article, but ill just post it here too so more can hopefully see it. David Icke said this video was banned from YouTube for it showing the lies behind the virus. I don’t know the validity of the video, so I’d love to hear everyone’s take on it so we can further solve this damn puzzle. https://youtu.be/GJ6VDNfzQFQ

    • aideen says:

      Very interesting, this ties in with what I know in my local hospital, we have no one with the virus and my sister in the South of England was in her local hospital and there was no one there either.

      • ztaco says:

        First we started off with these videos showing people collapse in China and pouring blood out of their bodies. Now these videos are nowhere to be seen, at least for me, which leads me to believe those were fake/old videos (Reminds me of that video where they said Syria was being bombed or something but it actually turned out to be a festival or celebration of some sort in the U.S. I believe)

        Then we were presented with videos of how crazy the hospitals are getting, but at the same time we’re being shown mislabeled and misrepresented hospital footage that’s later being written off as an accident by the editing teams. Now we have the #FilmYourHospital trend showing how some of these supposed overran hospitals are in-fact empty (still looking into these to confirm the validity). Just lies lies lies.

        THEN we have the bodies being thrown into giant fridges on the side of the street in plain public view….with Johnny on the Spot always getting the golden footage of these scenes. More research has to be done, but the Corbett subscribers are doing a good job later on in this thread covering the lies behind this too.

        Fishy business!

    • alexandre says:

      Thanks for that video, ztaco. I have some people who need to see this.
      As for the validity, only if someone here that speaks German would say the translation is wrong. Or all these doctors are actors.

      “No new virus, just a new test” makes a lot of sense to me.

  3. Daniel B· says:

    Another VERY INTERESTING factoid is that Italy has the FOURTH LOWEST death rate from the Flu, at just 3K on average per year, so given this is also a respiratory disease, the claimed several hundred percent of Covid-19 deaths is HIGHLY QUESTIONABLE!

    See my new video (and highly pertinent pinned comment):

    Deep-state JUMPS THE SHARK, locking down almost Covid-free India; my [worldwide] analysis of Flu vs Covid deaths https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVtEugSdvGw

    • Daniel B· says:

      What a CROCK; in no surprise to anyone KKK gown wearing governor Northam, a Democrat (YES, it was the Democratic Party that birthed the KKK, not the Republican party, which was founded as the anti-slavery party!), has locked down Virginia until June 10, when out of a population of 8.5 MILLION there have been only 25 claimed Covid-19 deaths, with just 1,000 cases! Completely RIDICULOUS, although no where near as ridiculous as in India (by a factor of 165!), where they have a population of 1.4 BILLION, and prior to their March 25th COMPLETELY UNJUSTIFIED lock down, they had just 12 deaths…

    • james.d.b says:

      Daniel, in the UK a factoid is a commonly believed fact that is wrong, I don’t know where you’re getting your figures from but I recently saw that 60,000 people died in Italy during the last three flu seasons.

      • Daniel B· says:

        The Flu stats were obtained by Champion Traveler from the WHO, and given they are a travel orientated site I think it is highly improbable they have the incorrect AVERAGE ANNUAL figure for Italy, which was published on “2018-02-13T23:44:21Z” (according to meta tag), so there has been plenty of time for any mistakes to have been corrected!

        As for the trivial comment about my use of the word “factoid”, which in the U.S. has the definition “a brief or trivial item of news or information.”, whilst this is not a great use of the word, with me just being told that I can only leave my house in Virginia until June 10, unless absolutely necessary, I say, GET A LIFE!!!

        • james.d.b says:

          Here you go its in a paper lodged with science Direct – https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1201971219303285

          I admit the years were wrong, these were from 13/14 to 16/17 and the actual deaths were 68,000.

          I assumed you knew your meaning of the word so only provided ours, it was relevant

          • Daniel B· says:

            Any study that is promoting a Flu vaccine, whose efficacy is HIGHLY questionable, isn’t worth a damn in my opinion, and I note that 68k figure is an ESTIMATED number of influenza deaths over the four year period, which would equate to 17k per year.

            I think a good explanation for the average low influenza deaths in Italy (3k) is their warm Mediterranean climate, which is consistent with Spain’s (4.4k deaths), with similar population sizes (48k vs 60.5k). To suggest that Italy’s death rate actually exceeds the cold U.K. climate (16k deaths), is most dubious.

            That’s funny on the use of the word factoid, as I lived in the U.K. since my birth in early 1970 to fall of 2007 (my Mom was born in U.S., hence my U.S. citizenship), and I’m only familiar with the U.S. definition, of a minor interesting fact.

      • Hotfoot says:

        James, Steve Wright in the Afternoon’s Radio 2 show has a daily section about ‘factoids’ (I’m certain you must have heard it) which are all seemingly true. He’s been running it for years. Are you saying they’re all false, or that maybe he’s using the term ‘factoid’ in a sort of ironic sense?

        Yours confusedly, A. UK Resident

        • Daniel B· says:

          To be fair my Sharp Electronic Dictionary, featuring the Oxford Dictionary of English of 2003, states a factoid is “an item of unreliable information that is reported and repeated so often that it becomes accepted as fact”, and in N. Amer, “a brief or trivial item of news or information”, but as I said in my last reply, I’m only familiar with the U.S. definition, although I can’t recall the last time I ever used the word. Perhaps it’s a generation thing, and the younger generation in the U.K. is adhering to the dictionary definition, although you would think they would more readily adopt the U.S. version.

  4. fabrizio says:

    Hi James, Fabrizio here, from Italy, again.
    Interesting video, as usual. I’m sceptical in nature pretty much as I believe you are, and I trust we both believe in pursuing the truth. We’ll never succeed, but at least it is a noble cause worth a try.
    Answering to you (and to the community) would require an article, but I doubt many would read it, so I’ll try to provide some relevant info and also provide some knowledge that can be useful in understanding what is happening what game is going on.
    I’ll preface that I’m not and epidemiologist; I teach maths and physics and I’ve an academic background in statistics with a personal interest in epidemiology started in 2014 with the Ebola hoax (yes that was a hoax).
    First: we are talking about lethality rate and not mortality rate (related but they are very different things). The (real) lethality rate is the ratio between deaths and the number of people infected (which is never know and can only be estimated at the end of the epidemy); the (real) lethality rate can ONLY be estimated at the end of the epidemy/pandemic.
    Second: what we measure now (everywhere) is the apparent lethality rate which the ratio between deaths and the number of people tested positive to the virus. It has some important characteristics:
    – it is ALWAYS higher (in some cases even orders of magnitude) higher than the real lethality rate
    – it tends to grow as the epidemy develops, then decreases a little bit in the descending tail of the epidemy until it reaches a stable value
    In all fairness it is true that Italian number can be inflated but at the same time we can say that other number seems to be deflated (because there is no official global guideline on how to count the deaths).
    You mentioned Prof. Ricciardi; what you reported it is true, but he also stated that the same methodology (right or wrong) used for COVID19 is used for the common influenza. While I hold some concerns on the approach used to count deaths, IT MUST BE SAID that in comparative terms (comparing apples with apples=using the same methodology) COVID19 is at least 1 order of magnitude (10 folds) more lethal than influenza (this also means, what I won’t go in details, that given the low immunity to the virus, without containment you would have a MORTALITY rate 1 or 2 orders of magnitude higher than influenza’s one). To make even more clear the concept, in one of the cities more impacted by the outbreak the number of deaths in this period is over 4 times the number of deaths in previous years; that should make clear (I hope) that even if not all counted deaths are “legitimate”, likely most of them are.
    Now, some of you (probably most of you) are wondering: “then Fabrizio, how do you justify the gap between Italian data and other’s?”.
    The short answer is “the truth is in the middle”. The long story will require a little more of you precious time.
    Italian data seems weird. But German data seems strange, as well. Italy now has a lethality rate of 10% (two weeks ago was around 7%) and Germany has a lethality rate of 1% (one week ago it was 0,5%). In this range we have Spain with a value of 8,6% (increasing…), France with a value of 6,7%, Netherlands with 8%, Belgium with 5,5%, Switzerland with 2,3% and Austria with 1,2%. We have a spectrum of values but, to be fair, the median value is shifting towards Italy.
    Maybe someone is playing with the numerators of the lethality rates; someone likes it inflated, other deflated … it is possible. But is unlikely that the demographic can play a so significant role countries of the same continent (and overall similar living standards).
    There is more; you have to consider that the lethality rate depends on the denominator as well; and in my opinion is easier to play with the figure of “tested positive” than with deaths. The more test you do the lower it goes, the less test you do, the higher it flies.
    Who knows?
    That being said, there are surely games going on, and the repercussion of the “measures” can be far reaching but please consider COVID19 virus for what it is. It is not influenza.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      For those who speak and read Italian…

      • upuaut says:

        HRS, I didn’t know this site, it seems very informative, finally some good data and graphics, and some rational thinking behind them. Thank you!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Only if you have time and feel up to it…
      Could you do me a favor?
      If you happen to run across an Italian News Story on Ozone or Vit C IV, let me know.

      Just last night, until I tired out, I was looking at and trying to “decipher” some Italian YouTube News videos.

      Some keywords might be…
      Ossigeno Ozono Terapia
      COVID 19
      Professor Marianno Franzini
      and maybe other Doctors.

      It seemed like there might have been a few Italian News Reports about how Ozone Blood Therapy could be used to combat the coronavirus.

      (I know some stories mentioned how the gas alone can disinfect water or surfaces.)

      Anyway, let me know if you ever run across any Italian News articles or videos about…
      ~ Vitamin C Intravenous Therapy (IV)
      ~ Ultraviolet Light Blood Therapy (Biophotonic Blood Therapy) (UBI)
      ~ Ozone Blood Therapy

      That topic is my bailiwick.
      I feel like they offer a solution to all the fear which the broad public have.
      Kill the fear…and the controllers lose control.

    • mkey says:

      Show me that they have a test that has passed cynical trials and that has certified accuracy in establishing exactly the right virus strain. Not a protein, not overblown DNA fragments. An actual virus.

      Positive or negative are two states. You can be either positive or negative, there is nothing in between. When you are ill, there’s about 10 thousand discrete, distinct steps between “healthy” and “ill”.

      If based on these test results the whole of western civilization can be brought down in a controlled fashion, I want the test to be beyond any doubt; beyond reproach; beyond question; it needs to have so many studies done to prove its effectiveness and accuracy that to read them all one would need to be fluent in 100 languages. The test has to pass a thousand blind tests, tested and tested again.

      This test is the corner stone of everything being laid in front of us and the generations to come. IT HAS TO BE ROCK SOLID.

      After that, we can start discussing statistics and consider what should be done to curb the effects. In a calm, contained manner, not amid mass hysteria.

      • hanky says:

        Cynical trials. Priceless.

      • haros says:

        ADVICE BEFORE READING: I worked with DNA/RNA sequences more than 4-5 years ago and it was a side part of my project, so not my specialization. Since then I have completely changed my field. What I mean is that I might be wrong because I have forgoten many things and if someone reads this comment and want to correct me, please be my guest.

        Having said that…

        I’ve taken a quick look at the DNA sequences they are using as a primers for the PCR (both forward and reverse for the coronavirus named 2019-nCoV_N1), which you can find in this website (https://www.biobasic.com/coronavirus-covid-19-primers), and I have compared them with the genbank sequence of one of the virus which have been sequenced (which you can find here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/LC528232).

        The size of the forward primer is 20 base pairs (bp), while the forward is 24 bp. The “space” between them (the one that the enzime polymerase fills with nucleotides) is 28 bp. In other words, they are analyzing 72 bp in a virus with around 30,000 bp. It seems that this region is very specific of this virus, for what I have seen using a tool named BLAST.

        Nonetheless, as these numbers show (and if I have made no mistake), they are just sequencing a very small region, so the whole virus have not been demonstrated to be in any of the cases in which they have used this technique.

        But not only this, as many people have said, myself included, the PCR only works to identify if a virus is or is not in a sample. IT IS NOT A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL. Theoretically, although some people disagree, the type of PCR they are using (RT-PCR) would be able to quantify how much virus there is. But even if this were true, finding a big amount of the virus in a sample could be used only as an indicator of infection, but not as a diagnostic. For example, what symptoms does the patient have? Could he or she have another disease producing the same symptoms?

        People seems to forget that we have 2 kg of bacteria in our intestines and most of us are “carriers” of multiple virus, like the Epstein-Barr (90% of the population is positive for this virus).

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          …as many people have said, myself included,
          the PCR only works to identify if a virus is or is not in a sample.

    • Libertydan says:

      I have come across the following chart showing the Life Expectancy in Italy from 1870, when it was about 30 years, to 2020 where it is upwards of 83 years. The 1918 Spanish Flu (a type of Virus)was particularly deadly in Italy. I have seen where Bayer Aspen may have accounted for higher death rates among those “treated” in hospitals. One Holistic Doctor claimed to have thirty times the recovery rate of the Hospitals of the time.


      There are many factors to be considered, but it is hard to argue with increased deaths per day. If more people are dying each day with it, then it is spreading. Face Masks for everybody would seem like a simple solution, yet we have something much bigger going on than a timely Virus outbreak. The world economy is being shut down for other reasons. NBC News reported that 3/4 of Americans are under Stay at Home Orders, and Trump is asking for it to stay that way for another 30 days. This is crazy!
      Without the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded “Event 201” Exercise none of this would have played out like this. The 201 Event concluded that 65 million people would die over about 18 months. This was used to scare politicians into shutting down the world economy. Now why would somebody (or a group of somebodies) want to do that?

      • I Shot Santa says:

        I remember an article by the osteopath Association once where they stated some extremely low fatalities in that epidemic. Their cure? Wrap patients in blankets to assist the body’s ability to increase the fever. Unfortunately, modern osteopath’s seem little different from aleopathic voodoo priests.

        Jimbob, who treats himself and has been quite successful at curing his arthritis, MRSA, skin and lung cancers. Plus, bunch of broken bones. Now have you planted your garden yet?

    • troymc says:

      After much mucking about with apples and oranges, I arrived at 0.9% as a true rate. Or about 5x deadlier to 10x deadlier than the flu.

      Also a trusted doctor independently told me (though two weeks ago) that by her estimates the real mortality rate (what most people in N. America seem use as the term) was between 0.6% and 0.9%.

      From what I have learned, and also again what this same doctor said, is flu mortality rates, for example, are not ‘real lethality rates’ as you put it. But rather based on hospital visits. Flu hospital visits and hospitalizations are counted, total numbers of people who have the flu are projected, mortality rate is based on deaths/confirmed cases (visits, hospitalizations).

      I do not know how they test for the flu. Assuming (can I assume such a thing?) that tests are not limited, or that assessments are made based on symptoms alone, then there is no shortage of ability to confirm a case. The general universally accepted mortality rate then for the flu seems 0.1%

      If there is a limit to testing for Covid, if only lab tests can make the designation, then mortality rates will not have same degree of accuracy as similar stats for the flu. I seem to be just repeating back what you are saying here, for some reason.

      At the same time, if a proactive testing is taken as a course of action, ie getting out and just testing as many people as possible, whether or not they are taking themselves into the hospital, (as they did in Germany?) this will skew the metric in the opposite direction, as per using the flu system as the standard.

      I think at this time, in my opinion based on my 2-week degree in epidimiology from the university of internet-land, it is a fair assessment to say that covid is 10x more deadly than the average flu.

      That is if you catch it. Lethality and transmissibility are two different things. An illness can be 100% fatal but if it is hard to catch, then no concern, no quarantine.

      It is my present very uninformed understanding that covid has a greater transmissibility than the flu. Much more easy to get than, say, ebola.

      In any case, the very fact that I need to spend a hundred hours trying to learn this stuff because our national broadcaster and its team of journalists ramble on for hours and hours without providing any real info, is enough reason to have some suspicion about the official narrative and be skeptical/wary of what is going on.

  5. americanvirtues says:

    I found this article thought it was interesting


  6. larry.h says:

    Another question I think that is worth asking is how does the COVID-19 pandemic numbers compare to something like, say the normal flu numbers for this year? Then I found this from John E Hoover:


  7. John Blaid says:

    I wrote this article 5 days ago where I highlight some inconvenient facts, facts that also relates to Italy.


    • Jed says:

      Nice work. They can shuffle around numbers any way they like, it’s the overall mortality rates that they can’t easily screw with, and my bet is at the end of the year the tally will add up to less than or average. Hope I’m right. So, they can say there were very few flu deaths, but a lot of COVID-19 deaths, sheeple will still line up for their shots.

    • marcie.c says:

      I’ll be passing your articles along, John. Thank-you! I too have recently been looking into the germ vs terrain theory….yet one more thing that we’ve been lied to about. The list keeps getting longer and longer!

      • John Blaid says:

        My current understanding regarding the existence of ANY “virus” is this.

        What virologists look at is based on the wrong assumption and understanding going back over a century the same way that scientists right after we discovered DNA deemed parts of the DNA “junk” when years later we came to understand it has many important functions. Should be noted that the idea of a “virus” came into existence before we had the technology to detect it which was in 1931 with the invention of the electron microscope. “Viruses” are simply cell fragments produced by a damaged cell as a response to toxicity. The “viruses” or cell fragments do exist but they are not pathogenic and they are not harmful. So what I am saying is that “viruses” are produced by our own cells inside our bodies for the purpose of detoxification, they are the cleaners of toxins that are too much for living bacteria to handle which is why “viruses” are not alive. Anything that is alive can be killed, viruses can’t be killed which is why they are produced by our bodies to handle toxins.

        I wrote this article to help people on their own journey into the question, do ANY “virus” exist? The question should be taken very seriously because if you understand that no “virus” has ever been proven to exist like the measles, HIV, herpes, H1N1, Polio etc then it begs the question, what else is causing these symptoms? The answer is quite simple, it’s environmental toxicity and the toxicity arise from things like pollution, chemicals, toxins, medicines, vaccines, food, water, air, stress, lack of sleep, trauma, belief etc.

        The existence of ANY “virus”

        • haros says:

          Thank you John for this explanation. I am just starting this hard journey (hard because I have been programmed in University -and in fact way before and after- to believe the current theories) and, for what I have seen so far, it makes a lot of sense.

          Something that current virologists fail to explain, although they have hypothesis (they always have), is how comes that “pathogenic” non-living set of molecules (proteins/DNA or RNA) exists in nature. Although viruses can resist external conditions, they need other cells to replicate -according to the accepted theory-. Were viruses more complicated (which allowed them to live by themselves) and then devoluted to a very simple “organism” which needed others to replicate?

          In Wikipedia (not the best source, I know) they give three possibilities for the origin of viruses (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virus#Origins), and all of them have serious flaws… If not, one of them would be accepted as the correct.

          To be honest, the hypothesis that you are explaining in your comment is much more logical than the others, and would explain lots of things, if not all, about viruses.

          I haven’t had time to read your articles yet but I will do it during the following days (by the way, the first image of the fish is great!).

        • redrose says:

          Thanks, John
          I found these articles enlightening. I have read snippets of info about viruses over the years, and read extensively on polio in 2001. When I shared with my older sister who had had polio, it turns out she had been doing even more research than me; and we came to same conclusions.
          I remember following AIDS research and then HIV. I am realizing much of what didn’t make sense to me at the time was my spidey sense (as James C. says), kicking in.

          I love reading all the comments on Corbett Reports. Don’t comment often, but I learn so much, and find other sources and tangents to keep my mind occupied.
          So thanks all of you for all your posts!

  8. ccp says:

    A question for you James: In the current context (and not only) where we are constantly referred to “official” sources, I’d like to hear your thoughts on the following: who funds the WHO? Thanks again for your great work!

    • I Shot Santa says:

      The UN. WHO is part of them. Unless I’m mixing up international clusterflubs.

      • ccp says:

        Indeed, it is part of the UN; yet, neither the UN nor the WHO fund themselves.

        I know James has briefly touched upon this issue in a previous video.

        A brief research reveals interesting findings.

        1. For ex: a list of contributors for “research on diseases of poverty” in CASH (yes, CASH) between 1974-2015: https://www.who.int/tdr/about/funding/Contrib_table_cash_at_31_December_2015.pdf?ua=1 (contributors: Aventis Pharma SA; Bayer; GlaxoSmithkline PLC; Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (contributions to the level of a states), etc. no need to continue). How can Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation pay in cash $29 174 485? Or how any of the entities on the list pay in cash? Do they send to Geneva planes full of cash? And, why cash?

        2. Then you have the FA, “Setting the Record Straight on WHO Funding
        Debating the Money Behind the Global Public Health Agenda” (which one can read partially because of course one needs to pay to read that):

        I am sure there is more to this. Hence, my question. And, of course when referring to “official” sources msm forgets to mention this.

  9. colosseum says:

    There is a blogger in Italy who went straight to the sources to understand how the official deaths from influenza are calculated in Italy and he asked himself a simple question: is it possible to report the flu deaths in real time?

    Well, according to the ISS (the Italian equivalent of the american NHI), the answer is: no. Not possible.

    Source (in Italian):

    Here’s the punchline:
    Il sistema di sorveglianza prende in considerazione il numero di decessi per tutte le cause perché i dati dei decessi per influenza non sono disponibili in tempo reale. Infatti l’Istat ogni anno codifica tutti i certificati di morte, compresa l’influenza, e ne attribuisce la causa principale, un processo che richiede per rendere disponibili i dati di mortalità per specifica causa mediamente un periodo di due anni.

    Long story short: It takes 2 years (!!!!) to have official statistical data on influenza deaths. This is because the ISS must first collect and analyze ALL the medical records of all the deaths of a certain year ONLY AFTER the year is gone and make the necessary medical cross-checks in order to attribute the correct cause of death.

    There is only one case when the ISS reports real-time influenza deaths: those patients with complicated forms of influenza who die while in intensive therapy. The ISS, in this case, considers the attribution to “death from the virus” plausible and releases the data in real time. It doesn’t mean it is certain. Those deaths will still have to get through the two-year data-crunching phase. But it considers those deaths from influenza probable enough to be released in real time.

    And this where things get murky. The official government portal for coronavirus deaths:


    reports the TOTAL mortality of those infected (11.591 on March 31st). But this is wrong! Because those deaths should be analyzed and correctly attributed to coronavirus ONLY IN TWO YEARS TIME. Instead, they should only be reporting the death rate of those people who are in intensive care (a fraction of those 3.981 patients). This is THE ONLY number that should be legitimately and plausibly (according to the same ISS) attributed to coronavirus. But they don’t do that. And this is not they magically inflate the numbers, by actually not following their own published rules.

    The blogger’s video (in Italian):

  10. n4x5 says:

    Similarly to other recent comments I made on the statistics, I’ll just offer a caution here as well. When it’s stated that the reported mean age of death of Coronavirus-infected patients is X, understand that this by itself does not mean that this is the most common or typical age. Certainly it’s possible that it is, but this is not necessarily so from the mean value alone. In order to see if this is so, we would need to look at other data, like a frequency distribution (for example, a histogram like Figure 2 in the Italian report). To illustrate this with a simple example, suppose we have a reported mean of 47.9 with corresponding data set

    3, 4, 7, 8, 12, 24, 75, 75, 76, 77, 80, 82, 100

    Notice that there are no data values near the mean. If this data represents age at death, we see mostly very young and quite old people affected with almost no people dying in the prime of life. (Some conditions reportedly affect human populations this way, so this artificial bimodal distribution may not be a completely unrealistic example.) Notice also that the median here is 75, which differs substantially from the mean, showing that the two are not guaranteed to be close (but often are).

    Not to be too critical. James does raise several important points here.

  11. mik says:

    The ulimate underreported fact about covid,
    that should be among the most important facts: (known to the public)

    “…no countries have reliable data on the prevalence of the virus in a representative random sample of the general population.”

    Have no doubt, methodology to get very reliable results for general population using representative random sample exist.

  12. robert.t says:

    Get every media outlet in the world to announce that the average sofa has loose change under its cushions. Do this repeatedly and talk of little else.

    Almost nobody will find much in the sofa, but there will be a massive increase in money found overall. And because nobody was really computing how much money was under sofa cushions till the media made it an issue…how about a 10,000% increase in sofa finds? Or make it sciency and say 9,083%. (You know how everybody loves science these days.)

    There are no good statistics, just less awful statistics. The main thing is not to trust Italy with your stats cooking. Ever been down an Italian road and found that the distance markers are making you further away as you get closer to where you’re going? Someone’s cousin got told to share the job with someone else’s cousin so they just took an armful each of distance markers. Then, because it was Friday, they gave the distance markers to a couple of kids and gave them cash along with vague instructions. Then the kids thought it was too hot so they…

  13. Extremely valuable video.
    Will be sharing it with many people.
    Thank you James!

  14. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Repeat The Message
    Repeat The Message
    Repeat The Message
    Repeat The Message

    I can’t say it enough…”repeat the message”.
    Just like James Corbett in this video, who shows us where he has written about it before and we say the other day in an interview. James repeats the information.
    He has said it and written it before.
    He will say it again.

    People often don’t grasp a concept the first time.
    It takes repetition.
    Schools use this. Marketing companies use this. Propagandists use this.

    By just simply memorizing a few factoids, such as the Italy age and comorbidity data, any Corbett Report Member is armed.
    And can repeat it often, and to the same individuals in varied ways.

    Most Corbett Report Members know that when approaching a “normie”, you don’t throw a bathtub of information at them. Give them a small glass, something that they can easily swallow.

    Spreading this video is a great method of “Repeating the Message”.

    Anyway, I have said it often in the past, and am repeating it now…
    Repeat The Message.

    • I Shot Santa says:

      How long have people been doing that for JFK? 9/11? Swine flu? The list is endless. And what has been the result? The vast majority of people are unwilling or unable to accept that their views on reality are incorrect. And in this one that is something vital to understand. For this is the year of all the marbles.

      We already have voluntary martial law. People are not coming outside in this dinky town. Lake City, Fluorida. I saw practically no one outside where I was at today. Admittedly, after riding my bike some 20 miles to get to town I didn’t travel much. But tomorrow I will. I repeat, the vast majority will never accept truth. But they will kill you for their social credit score.

      I think it’s obvious, not just from James’ video, but from the comments here, and even from using common sense, that the numbers are not trustworthy. Even if there wasn’t an agenda. But there is. And, I can’t stress this enough, I believe this to be the end game.

      Why not? If they stop, enough people might get pissed off enough to create an unpredictable result. This scenario has everyone demanding their rights be stripped. The collapse of the dollar will just intensify this demand. And they will hate you for being right if they ever figure it out. Which won’t be until it’s all over.

      There comes a time when it’s time to quit trying to convert people. Judgement Day is coming. Not in a religious sense, but a totalitarian regime sense. Now is the time for those who have eyes to prepare. Gardens are the best start. Preparing your place to give you the food and clean water you’ll need for when they crash the grid. Remember those drills?

      Jimbob, who really hopes he’s embarrassingly wrong. But I’m not.

      P.S. I’m really sick of them harping on the census as much as the corona cold.

  15. fer67 says:

    Hi James. So now what we need to address is why are people shouting that ‘dead bodies are piling up on the streets in New York City!!’? Are dead bodies really piling up, and if they are, why? Psyop?

  16. slight says:

    What about how Dane Wigington of geoengineeringwatch.org
    And has a YouTube channel and he brought up the 20 million cell phones Canceled in China in recent – as indication of ?
    International Business Times article – Why R 21 Milion cellphones
    Missing in China
    @ 41:50 min it’s mentioned

  17. Claudia.L says:

    Question for Corbett

    I got from lots of people, who think they are leaders, an acticle that smells like propaganda to me.


    Your thoughts?

  18. thomas.j says:

    Yahoo News: FBI Report Raises Questions — Calls China A “Biosecurity Risk”


    Then there is this video. He get pretty technical so I can’t vouch for the validity of his statements:


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      China Vs USA
      Judging from the Kyle Bass Twitter and the main China Newspaper, there is a big flame war going on between the two countries.

      China is strongly promoting that other countries “shut down”.
      Which, in my view, is very interesting.

      China Twitter

  19. HomeRemedySupply says:

    On March 15th or 16th, the state of Texas had its first death “from the Coronavirus” or “linked to the Coronavirus”, a man in his upper 90’s.

    On the CBS radio, they said that he was tested for the virus after he died.
    (Some of the newspapers did not say that last part.)
    One has to view these reports with suspect, because of the covert use of language. “from” “linked to”
    Did an autopsy occur? I doubt it.
    How did they have a valid test in Texas at that early date of March 15th?

    Corbett Report Member cu.h.j has some interesting first-hand reports…

    • mkey says:

      I would go as far as to say that, if this man didn’t perish due to lung failure, he sure as shit didn’t die from Covid-19. If he were part of my family, I’d probably be livid right about now. The extent to these rat bastards are prepared to bank on other people’s death and suffering is unfathomable.

      • I Shot Santa says:

        In one of the rare (as in only one I heard) corona cold deaths in Fluorida, they waxed on about this spry 81 year old who had also been fighting lung cancer for six years. Corona cold killed him.

        Jimbob, who will also stress in all his messages that this is the endgame and wants you all to prepare.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Police catch husband with gun in hand and wife dead with 4 bullet holes.

          I can hear the headlines now…
          Coronavirus Kills Wife – Husband, Grief Stricken, Holds Gun

  20. scpat says:

    Yesterday, March 30, 2020, the White House Task Force Coordinator, Dr. Deborah Birx, says, “so in the flu models the worst case scenario is between 1.6 million and 2.2 million deaths. That’s the projection if you do nothing. So we’ve really never done all of these things we’re doing. We’ve put them into a model, we’ve looked at the Italy data with their self-isolation, and that’s where we come up with if we do things together, well, almost perfectly, we could get into the range of 100,000 to 200,000 fatalities. We don’t even want to see that.”

    Queued interview:

    • scpat says:

      I can envision all of the mainstream video clips about massive death tolls, how we need to act now to save everyone, and other such fear mongering being made into a montage video to demonstrate how the MSM lies. It will be interesting to compare the final virus numbers (even if they can’t be trusted) when this is over, with the media prediction numbers occurring daily.

    • mkey says:

      That’s going to be the basis for all argumentation from till eternity; had we not done these things, had we not abrogated these rights, had we not sunken the economy, had we not infiltrated all these new laws the death rate would have been gazillion times more. This is all the excuse week willed and week minded will ever need to rationalize their fear and complete absence of deliberation.

  21. troymc says:

    number of corona virus deaths worldwide since Dec 1: 33,500

    average age: 74 yrs

    number of children under 5 who died from diarrhea since Dec. 1: 263,400

    average cost to treat / prevent one child diarrhea death: $1

    cost of rehydration salts to treat/prevent diarrhea deaths, 1 year: $780,000

    cost to economy, so far, current covid strategy: $2,700,000,000,000

    ratio of diarrhea deaths to covid deaths, Dec 1st to Mar 31st: 8 to 1

    ratio of total years of life lost, based on 72 yrs, life expectancy, diarrhea to covid, Dec to Mar: 18,500,000 to 1

    Total air time given by all major news outlets to preventable diarrhea deaths since Dec 1. 0

    colour of skin of under-5 diarrhea deaths: brown

    number of hours Trudeau spends on anti-racism virtue signalling: 10 gazillion

    number of movies on Netflix about end-of-the-world pandemics: 7

    • scpat says:

      Nice stats, troymc. It would be great to have source documentation for each stat so we can have this archived and used later.

      • troymc says:

        I just researched the various factoids, then crunched the numbers myself, so sadly my calculator is the source documentation. And I also did a bit of extrapolation.

        And I actually have no evidence that msm didn’t focus any time on diarrhea death, it is an assumption.

        I cannot stand by the exactitude of several particular numbers, but it is all in the ballpark, in terms of the orders of magnitude at least. Not very Corbett-like, I know, but hey, who is?

      • troymc says:

        “Diarrhea kills 2,195 children every day…”

        For the $1, it was a rule-of-thumb when I worked in the development world in Africa, we’d say ‘one dollar’s worth of oral rehydration salts can save a child’s life’. which was true, they cost less than $1. This is the best source I have on this now:

        “However, worldwide, just 44 per cent of children under age 5 with diarrhoea receive the recommended treatment of oral rehydration solution”

        For the average age covid death, I cannot source that, the data was difficult to find, I had to get age breakdowns in one place, mortality % elsewhere, % of deaths over 70, and then % over 80, then crank them all together. It came out at 74 yrs. If I type ‘corona virus’ in my browser history……you can imagine.

        Coronavirus Could Cost the Global Economy $2.7 Trillion

        Netflix: Contagion, Pandemic, Cargo, 93 Days, Kingdom, The Rain, Black Summer

        • scpat says:

          Nice! Comparing diarrhea to COVID-19 puts this into perspective. I’m sure there is a long list of other illnesses that the world could also focus on, but that wouldn’t benefit the agenda of those who benefit from this mass-hysteria event.

          • troymc says:

            Another useful comparison would be mortalities in health care workers for covid to mortalities during SARS and H1N1.

            I just asked a nurse earlier this evening, with regards to nurses in the news who have died, if it would have been the same during SARS, for example. She believed it to be so. But to find that data…

        • I Shot Santa says:

          It’s already cost the us 6.3 trillion in government stimulus. That really stimulated my prostate!

  22. mkey says:

    I’m on my 5th weed whacker. My palms are all full of calluses, the skin is so worn out I’ve lost three fingerprints. When they see me entering the garden department at the store, they cheer on, start grabbing their crotch, rub their palms and make cha-ching noises.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Weed Whacking – Color Me Shocked
      Corbett comes up with some great expressions.
      “Weed Wacking”
      “Color Me Shocked”
      “Jaw Wag” — a previous Corbett video

  23. fer67 says:

    Salon now has an article which is circulating widely on ‘how to deal with the corona virus deniers’. And then the ‘dead bodies are piling up in the streets of New York City’ meme. The Event 201 folks and their marketing teams are going all out for their flooding the message activities. The security guards and the extreme measures are becoming more extreme here in Canada. Private security firms now walking around at grocery stores with bullet proof vests on. Shelves becoming empty because staff can make more money sitting at home playing computer games ($2000/month is more than most grocery store staff earn in a month) than working. The whole thing is becoming utterly ludicrous. Basically the Salon article is about demonizing journalism. Anyone that questions the fear porn is a ‘truther’, which is not a compliment, and outlets like Salon are promoting this attack on journalism. Assange is not getting out of Belmarsh in this atmosphere. The attacks are intensifying. All journalists will soon be ‘truthers’ and all who work in propaganda dissemination will be ‘journalists’. Disgusting.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      fer67 says:

      …The security guards and the extreme measures are becoming more extreme here in Canada.
      Private security firms now walking around at grocery stores with bullet proof vests on.
      Shelves becoming empty because…
      staff can make more money sitting at home playing computer games
      ($2000/month is more than most grocery store staff earn in a month)
      than working.

  24. MaryD says:

    The World Economic Forum has been working on their Transformational Map for YEARS when you click on the words it takes you to another level of the plan it is approximately 200 levels deep. Viewing this it may seem like a planned demolition of society. Strange how it even looks like the Corona virus

  25. mkey says:

    Woah, they are ramping it up.

    Disturbing video shows dead bodies loaded onto truck outside NYC hospitals

    • yiskahyvonne says:

      Exactly. This reminded me so much of the whole ‘babies in the incubators’ scenario. ?‍♀️ Did you see that the one photo of coffins the media was using was from migrant deaths back in 2016 I believe?

    • Hotfoot says:

      Here’s the full version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zitiJHLoSs&feature=emb_logo

      Something about this video seems staged to me, and it’s not just because matey boy says “This is for real!” twenty three times (I know, I counted them).

      Could be wrong, I suppose, but it has my spidey senses tingling. They just happened to be doing this on the street, in full view of the public, and this nameless guy (bet he never surfaces) happens to be there broadcasting with his freakout. Have a look at that loading bay on Ashland place on Google Streetview. I’m not buying it.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I saw that video last night.

      Funeral Homes normally will not take dead bodies with infectious diseases.

      In order to contain any contamination, cooled storage trailers can be used to hold bodies.
      This is much simpler than bringing bodies into a building, risk contamination and also running out of cold storage space.

      In China, the zipped up dead bodies often went straight to a crematorium.
      The crematoriums were busy and posted “help wanted” ads.
      There were a few reports that some of the zipped bodies might have been still alive.
      (I got this info from watching lots of videos from Twitter feeds coming from China back in February.)

  26. generalbottlewasher says:

    The propaganda is ripe. Here’s an example. Dual messages at ounce.

    Makes you wonder who the dumbfuckery is aimed at. The last line is subliminal IMO.

    And a more practical systems approach.

  27. hanky says:

    Why don’t you show the footage of the empty waiting rooms and hospitals?

  28. FlyingAxblade says:

    I’m the last person alive in Raleigh, North Carolina! It’s spooky. All day long I collect dogs and take them to grocery stores, because I’m a janitor. Keep them fed so they don’t eat me! It’s just me and the robots

    • CQ says:

      FlyingAxblade, do I understand you correctly? You round up stray dogs in Raleigh and drive them to certain grocery stores where you work as a (part-time at each?) janitor and where you can give them free leftover food?

      Who are the robots? Do they help you clean the floors of the stores?

      Sorry to be such an idiot, but better that than to be a Covidiot (I borrowed that word from another commenter — don’t recall who).

  29. JB says:

    Remember Contagion (2011)? That was a deadly virus.

  30. yiskahyvonne says:

    Well then… look at this piece of propaganda from WaPo…

    “More people have died in the U.S. from the coronavirus than in the 9/11 attacks”


  31. marcie.c says:

    And what does “pandemic” even mean? What numerical thresholds does the WHO use to determine a pandemic? On the WHO’s “Definitions: emergencies”, there is no definition for “pandemic” (note: there is a definition for epidemic though). https://www.who.int/hac/about/definitions/en/ On February 24, 2010, one can find some direction from the WHO (in response to H1N1): “A pandemic is the worldwide spread of a new disease. An influenza pandemic occurs when a new influenza virus emerges and spreads around the world, and most people do not have immunity. Viruses that have caused past pandemics typically originated from animal influenza viruses…” https://www.who.int/csr/disease/swineflu/frequently_asked_questions/pandemic/en/
    On March 9, 2020, two days before declaring a worldwide pandemic, the Director of the WHO spoke out of both sides of his mouth: ” ….We are now in the countdown to the end of the outbreak…The outbreak may be ending – but our determination is not…Now that the virus has a foothold in so many countries, the threat of a pandemic has become very real…” https://www.who.int/dg/speeches/detail/who-director-general-s-opening-remarks-at-the-media-briefing-on-covid-19—9-march-2020 Two days later, the WHO Director makes “…the assessment that COVID-19 can be characterized as a pandemic…There are now more than 118,000 cases in 114 countries, and 4,291 people have lost their lives. “https://www.who.int/dg/speeches/detail/who-director-general-s-opening-remarks-at-the-media-briefing-on-covid-19—11-march-2020
    Literally, a pandemic of crazy!

    • mkey says:

      How do you deifine a pandemic of crazy? How many people have to go crazy for there to be a pandemic? I do, however, see a pandemic of stupid. Wherever one opts to place the bracket, as long as it’s below 99% the condition will certainly be met.

  32. edgarantao says:

    What about those drive in checkup points, or those tests? What if they use it to store DNA from each individual. After all people need to give all their information… Just an idea

  33. completelycookie says:

    It’s like a ghost town here, where I live in the UK. A fire engine drove up our street tonight, the highlight of the week, and I had a chance to exchange with neighbours that we are under house arrest. My youngest grandchild was born shortly after Christmas and I’ve managed to see her five times before lockdown. My other two, who I have looked after five days a week, for five years, have me tell them a bedtime story on the phone so we can see each other, at least, but God knows this is breaking my heart. My family is wrecked by this plandemic. I’m 55 years old and I am certain this covid19-thing is a hoax. Even by Bojo’s government’s own admission on the .gov website: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/high-consequence-infectious-diseases-hcid

    • rebel.soul says:

      Yes, I came across this as well.
      Unbelievably, their OWN top team that deals SPECIFICALLY with very dangerous viruses have downgraded the virus on 19th of March, citing that fatality figures and spread are far less than what was expected, and in fact makes the statement that COVID-19 is no longer considered to be very dangerous. YET Boris Johnson, who has ALWAYS cited that his decisions were entirely based on Best Scientific Evidence, has expanded restrictions, regardless.
      So literally from the horse’s mouth:
      “They have determined that several features have now changed; in particular, more information is available about mortality rates (low overall)”
      “The Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens (ACDP) is also of the opinion that COVID-19 should no longer be classified as an HCID.”
      It states further down, that SARS is still classified as HCID, although no new cases have been reported since 2004.
      BASICALLY they’re saying, COVID-19 is no longer a critical problem.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Quoting link
      …Now that more is known about COVID-19, the public health bodies in the UK have reviewed the most up to date information about COVID-19 against the UK HCID criteria.
      They have determined that several features have now changed;
      in particular, more information is available about mortality rates (low overall)…
      …The Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens (ACDP) is also of the opinion that COVID-19 should no longer be classified as an HCID….

      HCID data at link

    • Hotfoot says:

      I hear you, Completelycookie. It’s so frustrating. Why can’t anyone in the media call them out out on this?

      Similar story in US, with Dr Fauci, one of Trump’s senior advisers, saying one thing on one hand to the masses, and quite another in the New England Journal of medicine.

      I discovered this on Youtuber Richie from Boston’s channel. This first 5 mins are the relevant part https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1aFt-k3tQ8

      It’s a global coup, for sure.

  34. Simon says:

    Italy got a brand new mandatory flu shot in Sept. 2019. It’s a high-dose shot for seniors. Could this new vaccine be killing seniors in Italy?

    Flu Shot In Italy: Everything You Need To Know In 2020 | Doctors In Italy http://ow.ly/OYWt30qsipv

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      March 12, 2020 article with Scientific Study sourced link.

      Dr. Robert Rowen:
      Flu Vaccine May Make you more Susceptible to Coronavirus


      As a person scrolls up this Corbett Report Thread, Dr. Robert Rowen is mentioned repeatedly.
      Also, there are a lot of comments on Vitamin C Intravenous (IV) Therapy.
      Ozone and Ultraviolet Light come up with Dr. Rowen.

      Most importantly, as you scroll up, the possible shortage of Twinkies and Ding Dongs is noted by the news.

    • brody says:

      I’d like to know how many of the elderly & vulnerable who died FROM covid-19 had received their flu shot this season?

      Assuming that many of them did, and that this raised their risk-factor by 36%, couldn’t this explain why there’s a higher percentage of elderly deaths? And what would the stat’s look like if we adjusted for this 36% increase?

      “Flu Vaccine Increases Coronavirus Risk 36% Says Military Study”

      Link to the quoted military study:

      “Influenza vaccination and respiratory virus interference among Department of Defense personnel during the 2017-2018 influenza season.”


    • mkey says:

      From the article:

      Can I get Flu from the vaccination?


      The vaccine contains already killed viruses or small parts of them that cannot cause the flu syndrome.

      If after the administration you feel mild symptoms similar to flu (muscle ache, slight fever) that could be due to the normal, and quite common reaction to the vaccination.

      If this lasts for more than a couple of days it is possible that you have been exposed to the virus shortly before the vaccination and the shot didn’t have the time to take full effect (usually this takes 2 weeks).

      Not much is certain in this world, but there is simply no way to prove these guys wrong.

      If you have Viber, you can join apply for WHO bot claptrap and a fresh load of propaganda right in your inbox. They also have a quiz. It’s priceless, of course.

  35. Mintaka says:

    Here in New Zealand we now – as at 31rd March – have 647 of confirmed and ???????? cases. Out of a population of just under 5 million.
    With ??? single death, a woman in her seventies with “complications from an underlying chronic health condition”.

    ????’? ??!

    And for that they jump onto The Virus Hysteria Propaganda Band-wagon / Gravy-train.
    Shut down the entire country. Shut down its economy.

    The Communist boogey-man. FAKE.
    The Terrorist boogey-man. FAKE.
    The Virus boogey-invisible-man. FAKE.
    The Fear. Now ???? one is real. The ???? boogey-man.

    Fear is the ultimate tool of control, always has been.

    • rebel.soul says:

      I’m not necessarily a fiction reader, I prefer science and fact overall.

      However my favourite quote is from Frank Herbert’s sci-fi novel Dune

      Litany Against Fear:

      “I must not fear.
      Fear is the mind-killer.
      Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
      I will face my fear.
      I will permit it to pass over me and through me.
      And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
      Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.”

      Words to live by.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Mintaka says:
      Fear is the ultimate tool of control.

      I feel like the coronavirus fear of death is a mechanism which they are now using for the controlled demolition of the economy.

      The demolished economy and stressed, weakened populace makes it so much easier to implement various measures and increase their powers.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      I thought of you today when I finally dug up this
      New Zealand News Story – Vitamin C Therapy Brings Man ‘Back to Life’
      and how the family had to fight the hospitals to do it.

      Remember the story of Alan Smith from New Zealand, and his dramatic recovery from a coma with mega-dose vitamin C? That story went viral and was featured in the New Zealand version of “60 Minutes.” But some sources didn’t have it quite right. The mega-dose vitamin C was not by IV for the last two weeks. They were through a uniquely new oral C product.

      Alan pulled out of his coma from white-out pneumonia (lungs whited out in X-rays) and complications with leukemia. He had been on life support, and doctors were threatening to turn it off and let him die when his family intervened. They went through a series of sagas and legal hassles to get the hospital to administer IV C.

      The doctors complied at first, and there was enough improvement to convince the hospital staff not to pull the plug on his life support as they had threatened. But the hospital felt they knew better and stopped the IV C. Alan’s condition worsened. After legal intervention, they continued at only two grams IV C daily instead of the 50 grams daily before. Alan’s condition went into a critical limbo.

      Alan Smith only began to improve after taking Lypo-Spheric packets…
      The descriptive goes on
      the combination of vitamin C and essential phospholipids radically improved cellular bioavailability. Less than 20 percent of IV C gets into cells. But the Lypo-Spheric compound permits 90 percent of the C to get into cells. That’s because cell walls are made of fats. Vitamin C is water soluble….

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        There has been a lot of great news recently by the mainstream and “semi-alternative” media about Vitamin C Therapy for the Coronavirus COVID-19.

        I gotta get my notes together.
        Then I will write up something.

        Unfortunately, some of the places like a New York hospital are using very, very low doses of Vitamin C intravenously.
        It is like a BB gun to an elephant.

      • Mintaka says:

        Thanks HRS.
        I just happen to have had a face-to-face conversation with our local natural health shop owner. He’s a top bloke, and what is being done to his business is nothing short of an ???????!
        As I’ve mentioned before, pharmacies are allowed to trade, but not natural health shops.
        He also constantly mentions that vitamin C is your best protection, there is certainly no need for any vaccine.
        Here’s a quote from one of his emails:

        “Remember to maintain a regular, daily dose of Vitamins A,C and D, Zinc, Olive Leaf and Elderberry extracts. Much evidence points to there being benefits to the immune system and its responses from these supplements.”

        • I Shot Santa says:

          1 tablespoon of pine needles in a tea has 7 times the vitamin c of an orange.

          Jimbob; who also wants you to know that too much of this will eat up your tooth enamel and pancreas.

          • Mintaka says:

            Everything in moderation.

            BTW, I Shot Santa (Jimbob), Welcome Back!
            Hadn’t seen you here for a while.

            • I Shot Santa says:

              Thanks, but I only came back because I believe this is the endgame and I see everyone just admiring the iceberg instead of discussing how to counter it. Thought I could change that, but I don’t think so now.

  36. Jake Lemay says:

    Most of my friends and friendly neighbors are 60 something or 70 something. I am 56. If I die my kids will be a burden on society as I still support them into their 20’s. Thanks all for wishing old people to die.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Many of us here are old. Over 60.

    • mkey says:

      Not me, I plan to live forever. I just have to learn how to live with stupid and that’s it, I’ll have it made.

    • haros says:

      I am very sorry that you feel that we are wishing the death of old people, because it shows that:

      1) you clearly don’t understand the official data (not saying that it is true, but it’s the data all governments are looking at -if the look at any-) and,

      2) You are mixing feelings with the desire of knowing the truth of the events of this world.

      If you want a world of clones/robots/puppets, you are free to think that, of course, but Corbett Report, for what I have seen, is a website where people gather to share experiencies on their journey to the truth (we could speak a lot about the meaning of this word).

      Fear is an awful friend to have; I hope that you (and I) can say goodbye to him.

    • pearl says:

      “If I die my kids will be a burden on society as I still support them into their 20’s.”

      Another national disease – dependence.

  37. Fawlty Towers says:

    Shall I compare thee to a seasonal virus?

    COVID-19: a virus? Check
    Seasonal Flu: a virus? Check

    COVID-19: a pandemic? Check
    Seasonal Flu: a pandemic? Check

    COVID-19: total deaths 41,000 Check
    Seasonal Flu: total deaths 150,000 Check

    COVID-19: News coverage? Wall-to-wall, 24/7 Check
    Seasonal Flu: News coverage? Virtually none Check

    • robert.t says:

      I Can’t Believe It’s Not Seasonal Flu!*

    • JB says:

      “Seasonal Flu: total deaths 150,000 Check”

      If the US has 30-60000 a year that’s a modest number wouldn’t you say?

      • Fawlty Towers says:

        “If the US has 30-60000 a year that’s a modest number wouldn’t you say?”


        I deliberately chose to be conservative with the number.
        The WHO estimates the yearly worldwide number to be 290,000 – 650,000 deaths.
        And they are very likely being conservative themselves.

  38. alexandre says:

    Wallace Roney, trumpet, dies at 59 “from COVID-19 complications”.

    My God, the news. The news!! The say ONE phrase in the entire article:
    “The cause was complications from COVID-19, according to his fiancée, Dawn Felice Jones. She said Roney had been admitted to the hospital last Wednesday.”

    which says nothing, and then all the rest is about who he was, Miles this, jazz that, his family the other. Details? None needed. The science is settled, you moron!


    Globo news here went even further, with the title: “Coronvirus KILLS Wallace Roney”.

    As a friend here says “if you die in a car crash, it will be COVID-19”.

  39. Drazen says:


    I recall in the early to mid 2000s there were a number of leading microbiologist and other scientists in associated fields that were winding up deleted under mysterious circumstances.

    Given the current global situation it may be worthwhile following up on these and how they may relate to things today.

  40. André says:


    You HAVE to interview Andy Kaufman!

    Seriously =D

    Dr. Andrew Kaufman on vaccines


  41. parzival says:

    Coronavirus Rhapsody by Queen | COVID-19 Karaoke https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lr_tEdQvFcc

  42. parzival says:

    More good news! Citizen reporters go & do what the media won’t! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pIMD1enwd4

  43. JB says:

    A construction worker is distracted by a colleague and falls to his death. Since this is The Age of Corona he is tested for SARS-COV-2 and the test says “posititive”. In The Age of Corona, what do you think is noted as cause of death?

  44. HomeRemedySupply says:

    At Georgetown University, in 2017, Dr. Anthony Fauci said that there WILL be a SURPRISE outbreak
    (Less than 90 seconds)

    The Medical Industrial Complex of the U.S.

    Dr. Fauci was appointed Director of NIAID in 1984.
    NIAID – “National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases”
    NIAID is one of 27 Institutes and Centers under the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
    A part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), NIH is the largest biomedical research agency in the world.
    The umbrella of the “Dept of Health and Human Services” is massive, including the FDA, CDC, Medicare, and many more.

    It should be emphasized that the Medical Industrial Complex has never had an effective medical method of safely addressing viruses.

    It seems silly to think that suddenly the Medical Industrial Complex will be the solution to the World’s health, when they have no track record of effectively dealing with viruses.

    (Hat Tip to Corbett Report Member Joe of Dallas for passing along this clip.)

  45. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Re-emphasizing Number of Comorbidities in Italy
    with Statistics in the United States

    I want to encourage folks to look at Corbett’s pdf link and
    Table 1. Most common comorbidities observed in COVID-19 positive deceased patients

    Note: In the pdf, only 2.1 % of the deaths had no other health condition.

    (comorbidity is the presence of one or more additional conditions or diseases co-occurring with a primary condition.)

    Now, I want to point out and underscore that the general population in the United States is very unhealthy.

    Heart Disease and its relatives such as high blood pressure, etc. is considered the Number One cause of death in the U.S. per the CDC.
    (a person bites the dust every 37 seconds per the CDC)

    Diabetes – The CDC says that 1 in 10 folks have it, but that 1 in 3 are right on the edge of having Diabetes.

    We could go on and on with how unhealthy Americans are.

    The Medical Industrial Complex knows what the statistics are for comorbidities with the coronavirus.

    The Medical Industrial Complex is a complete failure…
    …or perhaps not…
    …maybe the Medical Industrial Complex wants a sick population with conditions like heart disease and diabetes, because a weakened population is easier to control.
    After all, they are doing it now.

    • mkey says:

      An unhealthy population is also a very good coustomer. Just immagine how much extra time and resources are expended on and by unhealthy people, mostly due to their terrible habits.

  46. upuaut says:

    Yes, here in Italy the majority of COVID-19-related deaths (people who showed positive to COVID-19) are tecnically caused by other diseases: I say ‘tecnically’ because what COVID-19 does in the vast majority of the cases is to dramatically *worsen previous conditions*. Hence the thousands of deaths concentrated in a short period of time (you have seen the images of military trucks transporting deaths people from Bergamo’s hospitals because their crematoriums cannot burn more than X bodies per day…), deaths that in a non-COVID situation would have been diluted over a longer period.
    That doesn’t make it less serious or less dangerous. And that also means that it’s not “misleading” at all to attribute these deaths to coronavirus. The gravity of the situation, here, is totally to be attributed to the *accellerating action of the virus over previous diseases*, expecially in older people. And you can bet the situation here IS very serious: the deaths are real, terribly real. And they are much, much more than the average number of deaths for this period of the year. Otherwise there would not be any shortage of lung ventilatorsand beds in intensive care units. Heck, they are building entire new hospitals from scratch to treat all the patiens. Do you really think it’s only a media hype, and that all those deaths are not real, or that are not *as many*? Do you really think that, having access to all the social media and local sources in Italian, we wouldn’t know? How I wish you were right…
    That said, I totally agree with you that there are many people and organizations that are doing their best (worst) to exploit this event in order to foster their agendas. No doubt. And no doubt also that this will mean less freedom for all us.

    • mkey says:

      Covid-19 supposedly causes dry cough, increased temperature and breathing difficulties. Pneumonia being the number one concern regarding fatalities. Of course, there are many diseases that cause pulmonary failure, untold thousands die every year from it, long long before covid-19.

      Please explain how does covid-19 cause the death of someone who wasn’t even put on a ventillator. Do these people cough themselves to death?

      How many dead bodies were being carried by those convoys? How many convoys were there? How many bodies can the local infrastructure handle at full capacity? What was the capacity at the time the convoy(s) was(were) organized?

      • upuaut says:

        As I said, covid-19 has proven very effective in worsen previous conditions, expecially high blood pressure, heart diseases, diabetes. One of the few proven facts is that a very little portion of the deaths attributed to covid-19 had NO previous diseases. That said, you cannot really separate the ones from the others. I’m afraid that we will have to wait till the end of all this madness to see the actual numbers, I mean the death rates compared with the ones from the previous years. But I’d bet my last cents that they will be *high*.
        As for the bodies carried by the military convoys: for some days they have been around 60-70 bodies per day, delivered to various cities. Bergamo’s crematorium has a maximum capacity of 25 bodies per day: “The crematorium of Bergamo, working at full capacity, 24 hours a day, can cremate 25 dead. It is clear that the numbers of the past few days could not be sustained”: https://www.ecodibergamo.it/stories/bergamo-citta/defunti-in-altre-citta-per-la-cremazionemezzi-dellesercito-trasportano-le-bare_1345643_11/

    • haros says:

      And that also means that it’s not “misleading” at all to attribute these deaths to coronavirus

      Yes, it is absolutely missleading. I would even say that it is a crime to attribute deaths to something which hasn’t directly caused them. If they want to mention coronavirus in the medical record, okay. But not as a direct cause if it hasn’t been demonstrated.

      All what you are saying about the apparent numbers, shortages and so on, can be very easily explained. If you get all the natural deaths of Rome, for example, and concentrate them in the same place: can you tell me how many trucks would be needed to be filled of these amount of bodies? If thousands of citizens who normally wouldn’t go to the hospital because of the flu (or whatever), then decide to go to the doctor because they are afraid because they might have the coronavirus, what would happend to the whole health system of Italy (or any other country)?

      Why would they do that? What would someone carry out false falgs attacks? The answer is similar. If this is a psy-op and they want to destroy human freedoms, crack economies and change the whole world system, they obviously have to spend LOTS of money to create the biggest propaganda ever seen. In fact it is an investment, because as a document said (I don’t know if it was the one of the Rockefeller foundation), they would have benefits at the end.

      I really suggest you to read everything in this website: https://swprs.org/a-swiss-doctor-on-covid-19/, specially the famous letter by this Professor: https://swprs.org/open-letter-from-professor-sucharit-bhakdi-to-german-chancellor-dr-angela-merkel/

      And that being said, if everything were true, I would rather prefer dying of the virus than giving my freedom (more of it) to the Governments and the ones on top of them.

      • upuaut says:

        Haros, let’s clarify one thing first: I totally agree with you that there have been and there are false flag attacks in world’s history. I’m also sure that there are some people that are rubbing their hands and doing whatever they can to exploit these present circumstances for their agendas, and that these agendas does not contemplate more freedom for us…
        That said, living here makes *impossible* to deny that there are TOO MANY deaths in too short period; the death rate HAS increased, there’s absolutely no doubt for that (at least from our point of view, here in Italy). Another thing that’s proven certain is that there are too many cases of retirement homes in which the virus spreads and suddenly dozens of people die in a few days: https://www.ilpost.it/2020/03/30/coronavirus-case-di-riposo/ “What is going on in retirement homes – In Lombardy guests get sick and die much more that normal, and very few are tested for coronavirus”.
        For me, it makes the things even worse: being this a real pandemic, and being the dead very real, this will strenghten any measure of reduction of freedoms that they will want to adopt and mantain even after the emergency is over. It will be precisely the number of deaths that will allow it. And yes, I would much rather die of pneumonia than accept that this orwellian nightmare in which we are living here in Italy (very harsh restrictions of personal freedom) will never end. We have just being told that the term of 3 of april (for the ’emergency’ rules etc) has been postponed to 13… and we all know that it will be further postponed.

  47. cu.h.j says:

    upuaut, where I live we have not seen what is going on in Italy, no shortage of ventilators no surge. Low census at my hospital.

    there are reports of this disease being bad in other places and I think that this disease can be very bad in certain people, but the vast majority will get better, even the people that require hospitalization.

    I think that by using masks and more thorough hygiene practices and disinfecting proper testing (that meet the standards of accuracy required to give a legitimate result) and treatment of infected individuals would be a solution to this.

    The states (government) has no right to “lockdown” millions of people who are just trying to live. This is going to create extremely serious problems because in the US people were buying meds out of pocket, now they can’t afford them and they will die in their homes.

    This hype by the media on every channel is suspect, very suspect to me. I don’t think the governments give a crap about us and if it weren’t in their best interest, they would let this play out.

    • upuaut says:

      cu.h.j, you made me think to something I heard or read sometimes ago: if I remember correctly, there are not one but up to 5 strands of the coronavirus now circulating in the world; maybe they are not equally contagious or equally dangerous, maybe in your country you have a less active type. I hope so. Yes, at least here in Italy we don’t have to pay for meds and treatments, and that makes the entire thing *a little* better… As for the people who die in their homes, it’s happening here too, but because hospitals cannot accept every case, they are full or almost full and they accept only those cases who have chances of recovering; moreover it is very likely that the infected are much more – x5 to x10 times is the estimated figure – than those who have been tested and found positive to covid-19. Hence a portion of sick people that develop pneumonia at home (I’ve heard that a respiratory crisis could take a few hours) and die there. Some majors from towns in Lombardia are saying: “We are having too many deaths in too short period of time, absolutely out of scale” and they are talking of people who die at home, not tested and not counted as covid-19-related deaths: https://www.agi.it/cronaca/news/2020-03-29/coronavirus-giorgio-gori-lombardia-morti-ufficiali-7961437/ (“Most of the 13 Lombardia mayors interviewd by AGI confirm the thesis of the mayor of Bergamo, Giorgio Gori: there is a ‘submerged’ part of people who died with coronavirus, expecially in retirement homes, but also people who die at home, which does not emerge from offical data”)

  48. haros says:

    Just a quick update about Spain, because at this moment the army is on the streets of my city (and others, of course), and they are located on hospitals and elderly residences, and also disinfecting the streets.

    I wonder how many old people will die of fear after seeing the army where they are. My own grandmother (91 years old) is with fear all day because she watches TV 24/7. When I talk to her she always says “be careful” in a trembling voice and, of course, she doesn’t pay attention of what I say to her, because “there is something which is killing people” (according to the news fear porn).

    I also ask myself what products they are using on the streets. Some say that they are using products which would affect pets (and likely humans), but they are being replied that the products only contain water and bleach. Who knows.

    What a great mix of heroes we are seeing on Spain in these days: doctors, nurses, cleaners, police… and the army. No doubting of the good intentions of most, if not all, of these actors (at least in low levels), but it is just very disturbing.

    • mkey says:

      The road to hell is plated with good intentions, don’t forget that. Probably not very many people set out in the military to commit attrocities, but they do it all the time.

      As far as bleaching everything, that can’t be good for anyone. Are they just spraying that stuff around?

      • haros says:

        Yes, of course. I agree with you on this. I don’t defend the military because I am completely against them. But it doesn’t mean that there is good people on this and other institutions. The clear example is the doctor prescribing drugs or vaccinating because he/she thinks that they are helping. Most of the times, the true crime of humans is just ignorance.

        I have seen pictures of my city of military spraying an unknown product on normal streets (no parks or something like that). After seeing that I searched for news about it and I read about the bleach stuff, and that they were spraying “vital” points.

        Just as an example: https://www.elnortedecastilla.es/palencia/desinfecta-caracter-urgencia-20200401095043-nt.html.

        If you are interested on this, search in Google images the keywords “militares desinfectando coronavirus” and you’ll see lots of pictures.

  49. serbrah says:

    Multiple cities are considering closing streets to cars to allow social oops I mean physical distancing for pedestrians. Is this the beginning of an agenda to ban all cars furthering the limitations on our movements. It seems to me this article is planting the seed for this idea to grow on the public. What are your thoughts?


  50. JB says:

    Sweden: Population 10 millions, few restrictions, 239 dead with SARS-COV-2.

  51. alexandre says:

    Some things on my list.

    1 – Watch Sandy Hook again – something like Sofia Smallstorm’s “Unraveling Sandy Hook”. Also WACO, Oklahoma, 911, Tonkin, bla bla bla.
    2 – Virus or exosome? If exosome, than COVID-19 doesn’t ’cause’ or ‘worsens’ anything. If something does, what is it?
    3 – Empty hospitals. Some full, others empty. Perception of reality; some scenes are set up for broadcast, giving the “impression” of a pandemonium.
    4 – People’s participation in the reality show, giving it a stronger “impression” of reality.
    5 – Numbers are crap, the UN / WHO / CDC are a central point made up of gangsters and maniacs and this point is the monolithic source of everything.
    6 – No matter what “it” is, it’s working and turning the world into a concentration camp. Or is it? Certainly into an advertising world. No more people, but actors.
    7 – Throw away cell phone. Treat anything digital as cancer, i.e. with great caution.
    8 – watch for your own psychology. Are you buying it thinking you’re not? If you’re thinking about it, you’re already in it. Think of other things.
    9 – Made Guacamole. Delicious and nutritious.

    • Blameitontheboogie says:

      Yes look into how Adam Lanza became Ryan Lanza, quite an eye-opener.

    • CQ says:

      Love your list, alexandre m.!

      (As you can see by my addition of “m,” I checked out the jazz video you gave us the link to — and not only one video, but several of ’em on your playlist. Impressive! Whose dog is that? He’s/she’s adorable!)

      After the Orlando Pulse Nightclub false flag went down, did you watch the YT videos made by Robin, the eyepatch guy from California? He called up everyone under the sun — the local police, the hospital, the FBI — and grilled ’em all good. Robin had previously covered Sandy Hook, at which time one or more of his channels had been taken down, so I don’t know if he’s still out there.

      Anyway, the Orlando event seemed to be rife with crisis actors, just as Sandy Hook was, and I was reminded of them both when I saw a “line” of supposedly sick people outside one NY hospital that the MSM filmed (a hospital one citizen journalist found empty, inside and out, the next day). Every single person in the line had their back turned to the camera. They looked like they’d just walked off a crisis actors’ bus and onto the “set” designed for the TV video cameras.

      • alexandre says:

        Thanksfor the kind words. The dogs in the video are dead now, unfortunately. I had three, two died, one is still here and now I got a new one, so the group changed. I think the one in the video was Kika, my soul-girlfriend. I loved her so much and her death was kind of spooky. She died a month after her mother died. She was so connected to the mother that when she understood the mother had died, Kika fell like I never saw. The saddest thing I ever saw in my life, and in a month she was gone too. I’ll never forgive the gods for that one. Wait till I’m dead, I’ll grill the bastards like the eyepatch guy you mentioned.

        I don’t remember well the Orlando thing, I’ll have to look again. But I’m watching an analysis by Jay Dyer and he shows some old books, as old as Machiavelli’s Art of War, where you have it all there already. Confuse the enemy, wear them down, false-flags etc, so you’ll never know what’s what. Did you see the Ecuador thing? Probably another version. It’s all so incredibly sick that my only explanation, as I said many times, is Kaliyuga. Now we wait for the arrival of Kalki, the destroyer. Etcetera.

        • candlelight says:

          Before the arrival of Kalki, and the start of yet another round of the endless cycle, how about giving up your guacamole recipe? Sounds too good to keep it to yourself, right? I’ve been meaning to look up a recipe that sounds good, but, all the better to have an expert, customized recommendation. It’s not your pet conspiracy list, but your guac list of ingredients is what I’d like to see!

          Damn, you can’t eat conspiracy! You can imagine what it tastes like…..


          Also, I thought Letroca was an opera you were listening to. Didn’t know it was a word game. 🙂

          • candlelight says:

            Speaking of conspiracies vs. true stories, I like the one about the old man who drank pinga like a fish and the dead scorpion!

            I guess “pinga” can refer to other “things”, besides your Brazilian drink. I’m very impressed with the sweet way the AI pronounces these “pinga” phrases. Take a listen, it’s almost musical, but most definitely humorous:


            And then there’s real pinga music, too!


            While lolling about in conspiracies, fantasies and day dreams, how about I take the one in red, and you can have the one in purple?

            Actually, this pinga drink I would probably like – a lot. Not that I’d become a scorpion killer, but when I was in Santiago, I fell in love with Pisco! Hmm hmm good! Bought a bottle at the airport to take home with me, and I don’t know what happened, but the top was loose and I didn’t know it, so it was dripping down the isle on my way to my seat. By the time I sat down, the plane was smelling like one big Pisco sour.

            Enjoy the music. I can only wonder what pinga means in Sanskrit??

            • alexandre says:

              Good for the plane! Weldone.

              Sanskrit Pinga interesting, but I kept imagining Ravi Shankar going “Now that’s a fucking disgrace”.

              Pinga, aka “aguardente”, which is the junction of two words, “água” (water) and “ardente” (burn). So waterthatburns. That’s strong shit. Lovely smell, but can think of drinking it. Delicate liver here.

          • alexandre says:

            I ain’t no expert in guacamole, please. A Mexican would probably spit it out saying “Tás loco, guevón?” It’s 1 avocado, 1 tomato, 3 garlic (probably not in the original), some parsley (I don’t line cilantro), 1 lemon, salt. Mixed. The end.

            Yes, word game! Leaves you in that “duuhhh” state for a bit. Very calming.

  52. Hotfoot says:


    #FilmYourHospital indeed

    I think we should all get behind that one

    • alexandre says:

      Not to be a spoiler, but my sister showed me a video of the #FilmYourHospital thing and, here in Brazil at least, what that will do for certain is to fuel the war between the Montecchios and Capuletos. Maybe a really civil war, without any police involved, would be a novelty. A civilian war.(?)

  53. Haiduk says:


    Has anyone seen videos like this of what appears to be empty hospitals, even ones in the supposed epicenters?


  54. Hotfoot says:

    [SNIP – Please do not post links without titles or explanatory info about why people should be clicking. -JC]

  55. pablo says:

    Hi everyone, I want to share the link of a physician who was working with a possible solution for the COVID-19 but his research is been erased, his books out of Amazon, etc, etc.:


    Take care!

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Pablo, The FDA went after Jim Humble the same way.. He did an end around by declaring CLO2 a sacrament in a holistic church
      service. It is called MMS, Miracle Mineral Sacrament . I highly recommend its use.
      Fantastic in a netipot.

  56. MagicBullet says:

    Merging this topic with a recent Corbett Video of Corona in Japan, the reason for few deaths in Japan is thought to be because of TB BCG vaccinations in the entire population as infants:

    Its not a bad idea to go out and try to get the vaccine. Even though it doesn’t work well for TB in adults, it’s said to increase immunity to Corona. Get your Dr’s advice (though I suspect lots of Drs don’t want to use the vaccine off-label).

    • candlelight says:


      Here’s another article published the next day in the New York Times:


      But, if you’re promoting vaccines (and I know you’re not), even if to consider the efficacy of it, even to think for a moment, you know, that it may do some itsy-bitsy bit ‘o good if only within extremely small parameters, or whatever! You might find yourself hard up against the hard core! lol They will say you’ve fallen prey to the illusionists, the matrix, the devils themselves!

      Shit. Should I even post this?

      You know, it’s hard being half-baked the way that I am. I don’t think the MMR vaccine is a good thing, I don’t think the multitude of unnecessary vaccines pumped into newborns, infants, toddlers, and very young children is a good thing. I do believe this modern medical protocol is a causative factor in many of the growing ills we see in young people, including autism. But, I received a polio shot and a booster when I was 6 or 7 years of age, and I don’t believe it did any harm to me or anybody. A vaccine for TB? Doesn’t sound awful. Now they’re thinking it might be helping in warding off covid19. That also doesn’t sound so bad. If the TB BCG is administered mandatorily in Japan, maybe Corbett can weigh in on it. He might even breath a little easier for his kids, who knows?

      Also, if you didn’t know, better not go saying the moon landings were for real. Someone’s gonna take a pot shot at you! You’d have to be bedeviled by the controllers to say such a thing.

      What else?

      Oh, man, I can’t believe I’m about to say…. that if you think human industry may be playing one stinking iota in any little itsy-bitsy manner, shape or form effecting earth’s, you know, atmospheric, ah, um, atmospheric…. oh, never mind. No worries. Forget I mentioned it…..[shhh, shhh, you’ll be considered in cahoots with Greta, though it ain’t true….it really ain’t true]….but never suggest it, here!

      But, in no particular order: 9/11 an inside job? Yep. Weapons of mass destruction in Iraq? Nope. MLK assassinated by the FBI? Yep. Kennedy’s by the CIA? Yep. Magic bullet? Nope. 1963 Coup d’etat? yep. Government assassination of Malcolm X? Yep. Spontaneous pandemic? Nope. Pandemic? Nope. Manipulation of modeling numbers? Yep. Ultimate technocratic enslavement? Donno. Hope not. Any real solutions? Donno. Hope so. Peace and harmony in our time? Donno. Anywhere?…..Ever?……..Hope so.

      Sorry, MagicBullet, I’ve meant no harm, I’m just doing me at he moment, at your expense.

      You see, I’m here at The Corbett Report, though I’m only half-baked.

      Like, not fully cooked. lol


      • alexandre says:

        I think MagicBullet is gonna kick yer arse. Or I didn’t understand one iota of what you just said – which is an immense probability.

        • candlelight says:

          Hahahaa, been thinking about you, brother. lol

          Because…..saw this video and if Fito, the band’s drummer, doesn’t share some of your spirit, and sense of humor, maybe no body does.

          Loved the Chinese song he called “Tu-Ning”. Totally your sense of humor…. (“close enough for jazz”- haha)

          And, it ain’t bad boogie, neither. Check it out.

          Fito is you, or your alter-ego, something like that:


          By the way, if you didn’t get any iotas, don’t strain. Not worth it.


          • alexandre says:

            Wo…those guys were at Woodstock? Nice. Or …. is it.

            And so….some Joe Cocker for you.

            It’s saturday, isn’t it?

            • candlelight says:

              Yes, Canned Heat played at Woodstock, and I didn’t know that their song “Going up the Country” sort of became Woodstock’s anthem. I only read that now, but, I always felt it embodied the mood. I didn’t know much about Canned Heat prior to now. I didn’t know they were pretty serious dudes, musically, who studied their genre intensely. If you go to their website, they have a lot of their history and back story. Once, they even found some old bluesman in Chicago driving a cab, and brought him back to the fore. Pretty interesting.

              alexandre, I know when you question “Or…is it.” you’re thinking McGowan. I think McGowan was misinfo. And when he was of no further use, or when at last, he went a little rogue exposing the Presidio pedo gang, he was “de-commissioned”.***

              I hate to bring up McGowan again, but I just know in my bones, the man had got his history upside down and inside out…..

              I clicked on your link, but youtube is telling me to confirm my age due to content….I’m not going to confirm my age for those scum bags. So, what was the song? Maybe I can find it elsewhere.

              ***Personal candlelight conspiracy theory. Understand you read it at your own risk. lol

              • alexandre says:

                “I think McGowan was misinfo”, oh here we go again?? Ha ha ha. Come on, man, we already exhausted that one. I like the guy, ok? He has that stoned “shit, can’t remember” mood that I like, cause it reminds me of myself – or what I wanted to be. Leave me alone!

                Oh, funny. Bring him up as much as you like, man, you know we’re cool. Specially now, at the end of everything.

                Let me check the link again. Shit, age confirmation? GDF?(that’s Guat da fack, in castellano).
                Ah yes, it was Joe Cocker ~ With A Little Help From My Friends (Woodstock -1969). It’s not very good, though. The audio is kind of doubled.

              • candlelight says:

                Crack me up! why don’t you!

                Okay, going to see if i can get the “age verification” youtube of joe cocker elsewhere…. Is it his name??? Cocker?

              • candlelight says:

                I found this:


                Is this link similar to the one you posted? I’ve seen it before.

                So, yeah, let’s call a truce on McGowan. You like him, I don’t. Neither opinion can get you a free ride on the subway, so fuck it. Haha, I’ll sneak this one in….so, fuck McGowan…. haha, tag. You’re it!

                But, seriously, ah, was there something else to discuss? Covid-19?

                It is extremely difficult to figure out what’s going on without resorting to conjecture.


                Hey Utah, hey all our NSA friends out there! I have some video sent from a friend from a friend showing literally dozens of body bags (yes, filled) lined up on the floor of what seems to be an area of a NYC area’s hospital’s morgue. VERY EFFING WEIRD!

                So, you tell me?

                Is this shit for real, or what?

                PS: I know which hospital, but I’m not going to say. Confidentiality being what it is…..

              • alexandre says:

                Oh no, the reply buttons disappeared again.

                Ok on McGowan. My life won’t change.

                Covid for me is already finished, as far as what it is. It’s what it always is; big nothingness with giant advertising and horrific consequences. Now comes the true Armageddon which will suck like a Kenny G solo, or worse. NoahsArk sent some links of wise men, I’ll check them out now. Sounds good already.

                My cousin is making masks, oh dear. People are focusing on the virus only over here. Terms like “economic collapse”, or even “economic” makes them sleep instantly. Virus this, that and the other. If I say the virus is not a virus, I’m a Bolsonaro. It’s like living inside the mind of a 12 years old. Good thing I’m alone an away from them, and focusing on recording some music for youtube – and in a while work will resume, so good news there. I already do it from home, so no news for me. It’s really weird, because everything that’s happening is like I’m already there. Quarantined, old job vanished, new one working from home, alone, (with sister next door) no trips etc, so nothing really changed. I guess I stopped living some 10 years ago, like the gods prepared me already or something. Still sucks, but at least I’m already there.

                Are you shaking that ass still?

              • candlelight says:

                I’m about to take my last sip of the poison. You said you stopped drinking, but for anyone else out there….

                pomegranate syrup/or liquor

                coconut rum

                pineapple juice

                orange juice

                spiced rum

                light rum

                dark rum

                ….And you make this concoction as strong as you like. And as many times as you like, for as long as your supplies last.

                So, where I live, it’s a half hour to the witching hour. And, at the strike of fucking midnight, poof!

                G’nite alexandre. You’re a good man. Even if you believe in not-so-not-so-nut-so-not-so-nut-so…..ain’t-gonna-say-so….


                Good night, man!

      • MagicBullet says:

        Hey, we agree on almost every point on your history list!

        While there’s lots of hanky-panky out there, not every disaster, medicine, vaccine, government worker, military personnel or action of the govt is part of a plan by the deep state.

        Even the Corbett Report (AKA Word Press) has your real name, how you paid, your handle name, etc. We could worry about the powers coming to clean out the Corbett swamp I guess.

        We are here on the CR to try to sus these out.

        If your building is exploding run out, if there’s a shooter duck, if there’s a Gates vaccine have the Dr. dump it and give you the “got it” certificate, if there’s a pandemic you can only run so far or you can protect yourself with medications or vaccines where you think the risk is better than the virus.

        Few Japanese persons seem to have a problem with BCG and its not connected to Gates, just maybe its not part of the Cabal. I’m post injection day 14, feeling great!

  57. mkey says:

    Here’s a queued video, about 2 minutes worth. An insight into death rate statistics.


  58. manbearpig says:

    Another great Off-Guardian article (besides Mr. Corbett’s) is this one dissecting an interview Bill Gates recently gave TED:

    Apr 4, 2020

    “Did Bill Gates Just Reveal the Reason Behind the Lock-Downs?
    Rosemary Frei

    On March 24 Bill Gates gave a highly revelatory 50-minute interview (above) to Chris Anderson. Anderson is the Curator of TED, the non-profit that runs the TED Talks…

    …A few seconds later, at 33:45, Gates drops another bomb:

    “We don’t want to have a lot of recovered people […] To be clear, we’re trying – through the shut-down in the United States – to not get to one percent of the population infected…”

    It appears that rather than let the population be exposed to the virus and most develop antibodies that give them natural, long-lasting immunity to COVID-19, Gates and his colleagues far prefer to create a vast, hugely expensive, new system of manufacturing and selling billions of test kits, and in parallel very quickly developing and selling billions of antivirals and vaccines.

    And then, when the virus comes back again a few months later and most of the population is unexposed and therefore vulnerable, selling billions more test kits and medical interventions…”

    Then he reiterates his already famous prognositc;

    “”Eventually what we’ll have to have is certificates of who’s a recovered person, who’s a vaccinated person […] Because you don’t want people moving around the world where you’ll have some countries that won’t have it under control, sadly. You don’t want to completely block off the ability for people to go there and come back and move around. So eventually there will be this digital immunity proof that will help facilitate the global reopening up.””


    In case there were any doubts, this sure clarifies things.

    • mkey says:

      Perspectives on the Pandemic | Professor Knut Wittkowski | Episode 2

      Something along these lines is discussed here, apparently. I have yet to watch the interview, but supposedly the point is that selfinsulation now will indeed cause a seconds wave later. And even more severe lockdowns and “measures”, more than probably.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        mkey says:
        …the point is that self insulation now will indeed cause a second wave later.
        I agree.

        I have been thinking that all along, way back when we first looked at the Imperial College “curve”.

        One way or another, a majority of the population is probably going to get COVID-19.
        It is only common sense.

        Flattening the curve does nothing except to slow the progress of the spread.
        Perhaps, the “authoritarians” justify the shut-down so as to not overwhelm the hospital system.

        To me, this justification demonstrates that the Medical Mafia system is broken…they can not address viruses. They never could. They never had the tools, and now they want to promise the tools for this ‘ronavirus with vaccines!?!

        However, I do not even buy the justification.
        At this point, it is evident that they strongly want to destroy the economic system.
        They are trying every ploy in the handbook to tear the fabric off of our society.

  59. mkey says:

    Is the cure worse than the disease?

    The age old question. An answer by the former Supreme Court Judge , Lord John Sumption:

    The real question is, is this serious enough to warrant putting most of our population into house imprisonment, wrecking our economy for an indefinite period, destroying businesses that honest and hardworking people have taken years to build up, saddling future generations with debt, depression, stress, heart attacks, suicides and unbelievable distress inflicted on millions of people who are not especially vulnerable, and will suffer only mild symptoms or none at all?

    Hasn’t this guy heard of UBI? Our lords will see to our faltering needs. Pardon me as I take my leave to do some genuflection exercises.

  60. american.holdings says:

    Great report Corbett.

  61. Fawlty Towers says:

    When China sneezes, the world catches a cold…

    This is quickly turning into a Big Fat Nothing-burger!

    Bellwether countries like Italy and Spain have had their Covid-19 cases on the decline for the past week or two.

    In other highly suspicious news…
    US futures shot up more than 700 points last night, more than 12 hours before trading opened.

    Way before they released the “good news” declining Covid-19 numbers for today
    Must be just a coincidence (like the trading before 9/11).

  62. Swes1ey says:

    Hi James, Thanks for all the useful information.

    I don’t know if this is still the place to leave ‘questions for Corbett’ but I’ll leave it here for now.

    I’m sure you are aware of the interview with Richard Clarke conducted by Ray Nowosielski and John Duffy, ( https://youtu.be/bl6w1YaZdf8 )

    I feel like this is bombshell information! There seems to be proof that people on the inside of the CIA, specifically at alec station, had information about Khalid al-Mihdhar who they spied on at the Malaysia summit and found he had a visa for the US, later, they knew he was in the US, etc, and chose to withhold that information from the FBI for something like 18 months…

    Doug Miller, one of the FBI agents sent to the CIA tried to let the Bureau know but his cable was blocked by Tom Wilshire and Michael Anne Casey. Casey then sent something out within the CIA basically saying the FBI had been notified, so no one else would did it..

    Richard Clarke’s explanation doesn’t hold too much water either because the CIA had a long history of getting guys into ‘al qaeda’ so it would seem that the CIA either allowed 9/11 to happen or they made it happen… Does this kind of information set aside the need for debates on how the towers fell, etc?

    Anyway, my question is this… with all that in mind. Do you think the FBI really had no clue?

  63. alexandre says:

    James, thanks to Google automatic suggestions, I just watched a TED virtual talk by Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, or “Global Macro Investor, NY” – supposed to be a big shot, founder of the biggest hedge fund company etc. It’s called “What coronavirus means for the global economy”. He mentions “New World Order” so many times I thought on that alone would be interesting to see your views, but I guess the question in my mind is more like…how can the world work in two simultaneous, or parallel orders (to use the term), one in which there’s all that you, an others, talk about, and another where all that simply doesn’t exist? These people spend their whole lives without a bip about what you talk about, as if Rockefeller, Rothschild etc never existed. In any case it would be interesting to know your views on that – and someone like Titus as well – if there’s something useful there or just the usual mainstream boredom.


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