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A Glance Ahead

Satan is the father of lies and we have become Satanic, being and doing evil, most especially to ourselves….

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What’s ahead — like a few months down the road? Hysteria and chaos, if the “Joe Biden” regime can help it… and they’re helping it all they can. Twice vaxxed, twice boosted, and twice recent Covid-19 patient Dr. Anthony Fauci warned this week that the unvaxxed would “get into trouble” as the seasons turn this year. The part he left out is: the unvaxxed will be in trouble trying to keep up with helping their sick and dying vaccinated relatives whose immune systems have been damaged by their multiple vaxxes.

The boldness of Dr. Fauci’s lying is really something to behold. Who in the entire HHS-NIH-CDC bureaucracy has failed to notice that the mRNA “vaccines” have no efficacy whatever against Covid-19? The vaccinated are by far those still getting sick and increasingly disabled from the disease and even more from the vaxxes themselves. The emperor’s new clothes hang in shreds. Rumor is that many upper-level employees in these public health agencies are increasingly freaked out by their now-obvious complicity in a momentous crime. They know they will have to answer for allowing the mRNA fiasco to get this far, for going along to get along, and they’re preparing to mutiny to save their own asses. Wait for it.

The regime’s back-up plan is the comical monkeypox, transmitted to date mainly via all-male orgies. HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra declared a national monkeypox emergency this week, saying he’d “explore every option on the table” (except an official advisory against homosexual orgies). There is, of course, reasonable suspicion that monkeypox is but one device for shutting down the November mid-term election, or, more deviously, closing polling places and allowing only mail-in ballots — the easiest way to rig elections.

That will lead naturally to several states’ attorneys general seeking relief in the Supreme Court against the federal government’s unconstitutional takeover of the states’ duty to conduct their elections. The “Joe Biden” regime will lose that one, but not before royally pissing off at least half the adults in the land, leading to even greater-than-anticipated election losses for the Party of Chaos.

Meanwhile, the Party of Chaos is about to unleash its “Inflation Reduction Act,” which proposes to spend three quarters of a trillion dollars created from thin air into an economy already hyperventilating on three years of multi-trillion-dollar injections derived from no productive activity. At the same time, the act will raise taxes especially for low-end wage earners and small businesses, completing the regime’s destruction of the middle-class. The cherry-on-top is the provision to double the size of the Internal Revenue Service by hiring 87,000 new employees to harass ordinary American taxpayers. Is that what you voted for in 2020? I  thought not.

None of that is going to work as intended. More likely, passage of the act will trigger destruction of the dollar as the world’s reserve currency, and a stampede out of dollar-denominated investments, which is to say, a very severe financial crisis. Credit will freeze, the distribution and sale of goods will cease, interest will stop being paid on virtually all outstanding debt, the bond market will implode, few will have anything identifiable as money, and there will be little in the way of everyday goods like food and gasoline to buy anyway.

You realize, of course, that this is a description of economic collapse. If things roll that way, there will be absolutely no trust left in the US government. It will be either ignored or opposed. And in places like my own New York, under the tyrannical and titanically incompetent accidental Governor Kathy Hochul, there will be no trust in state government either. Meaning, we’re on our own, community-by-community. This will be a very interesting experiment in the dynamics of emergence — the self-organizing properties of systems in chaos. I doubt that it will resolve in the direction of the globalists’ dreams of transhuman technocracy. Every macro trend now runs against centralization.

But the process could conceivably invite an attempted Chinese takeover of the USA, if not militarily, then in a way similar to America’s asset-stripping operations in the collapsed Soviet Union of the 1990s, a looting spree — as seen many other times in history when empires founder. Or else, the rest of the world will just kick back and witness the spectacle of our struggle as the lights of Western Civ flicker out. (Europe will be right in it with us, by the way.) The other nations of the world are tired of us trying to push them around, with increasingly evil intentions. They will enjoy watching our tribulations. They will be convinced we deserve it.

This is what comes from a culture of immersive and pervasive dishonesty. Satan is the father of lies and we have become Satanic, being and doing evil, most especially to ourselves, whether you believe in a literal Satan or not. So, do you think now that being transgressive is… fun? You’ll be changing what’s left of your mind about that soon. Along with the threat of literal starvation will also arise a terrible hunger for truth: How did this happen? How did we come to do this?  Who was behind it? It won’t be hard to find out, once we’re motivated to look.

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744 Responses to “A Glance Ahead”

  1. CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 9:41 am #

    Sorry Jim. Your next-to-the-last paragraph is nothing but stir-the-pot fiction.

    Sorry Crusher, your comment is just bluster. — JHK Admin

    • MontanaMan August 5, 2022 at 9:45 am #

      You don’t know that to a certainty.

    • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 10:20 am #

      Actually, I thought that one most on point of all. The asset stripping part has already begun from both within and without, but I doubt there will be any sort of military takeover. Simply no need for it, other than to take possession of the nukes. Sounds like more of a job for the Russians and they seem to be increasingly up for the task.

      • Not_GeorgeT August 5, 2022 at 10:37 am #

        Certainly possible.

        In 2000 author Eric Harry wrote a fiction work the title being “Invasion”.

        It seemed interesting reading for casual fiction in 2000.

      • SW August 5, 2022 at 10:44 am #

        Asset stripping certainly has begun with buying up of real estate. Gates owns the most farmland in the US, Bezos owns land three times the size of the island of Guam, at 420,000 acres, most of which is in West Texas where he just launched a space capsule for fun and profit. Ted Turner owns 2 million acres which is almost double the size of Rhode Island, most of it in Georgia, Nebraska, South Dakota, and New Mexico.

        But the real concern is the buying up of property by Blackrock, Vanguard and State Street that will probably be used as rental property.

        “BlackRock is one of a number of companies mentioned by The Wall Street Journal in a recent exposé. “Yield-chasing investors are snapping up single-family homes, competing with ordinary Americans and driving up prices,” they warned. The question is, why would institutional investors and BlackRock, which manages assets worth $5.7 trillion, be interested in overpaying for modest, single family homes?”

        Well, here’s a good guess:

        “If the average American is pushed out of the housing market, and most of the available housing is owned by investment groups and corporations, you become beholden to them as your landlord. This fulfills part of the Great Reset’s “new normal” dictum — the part where you will own nothing and be happy. This isn’t a conspiracy theory; it’s part of WEF’s 2030 agenda.”

        The ultimate security is land. Without it you can’t build a home, start a farm or put down roots in a community. You’ll be rootless in every sense of the word. Maybe the WEF will give out coupons for tents.

        • Rowdypiglet August 5, 2022 at 11:35 am #

          Our host is absolutely right about the asset stripping and where it will inevitably lead. China would be foolish to waste their resources on any kind of physical invasion when they all but own us already. I’m just sorry it’s not Russia.

          • SW August 5, 2022 at 12:06 pm #

            China doesn’t want anything but our money. They patiently wait for the check, guard their assets (Taiwan is one) and send chemicals to Mexico that are processed into fentanyl to hit the streets of the US. Invading would be a lot of trouble then they’d have to open drug rehab centers for all addicts.

          • Socrates-Detroit August 5, 2022 at 12:31 pm #

            China, at a minimum, wants (wanted) to have it’s “place” in the world order, to be recognized as a co-equal player to the US.

            Maybe they wanted more. When I was younger, I thought they might. Communists are innately control-freaks. I was anti-communist. Now I think that “Communist” is just a label, like being a “Democrat” in the US.

            With the fiasco in the Ukraine, and in Taiwan, the Chinese see that the Western elite wants to subordinate the whole world.

            This is indeed Satanic–both in the literal, Christian, biblical sense, but also for those who are agnostic or non-Christian, in the figurative sense.

            So, war it is. Sun Tzu was Chinese, you know. “Where your enemy is strong, pull back, bide your time, evade, avoid. Where he is weak, attack”.

            A socially and economically weakened middle America that is divided is an opportunity for China to facilitate more division and economic disruption, both in ways seen and unseen, and weaken their adversary from within.

            Since we (the US-led West) are in a cold war with the rest of the world, and the Chinese GET IT, rather than go back to the stone age, in the secular context, it’s better to win and get your enemy’s assets of value mostly intact–no shooting and wait for time to do it’s work.

            The question for China, and the world to consider, is, if America implodes and degenerates to a “World Made by Hand” (this is what our host generally sees and says to again today–“self-organizing principles” in the Peoples Republic of NY State”, which has really moved backwards politically since I lived there during my teens), will the US government and military, which has been taken over by an alien virus called the “deep state”/establishment/WEF” (that equals Satan, or his followers, BTW) react by blowing the world up rather than letting middle America and other modest governments live in peace and be left alone?

            I’m mad as hell, because I certainly did not want the US government for most of my adult life, going into foolish wars of choice, ratcheting up a little more (Gulf War I, Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq invasion, Libya, Syria, now Ukraine) that have impoverished my country, and by extension me, and caused a lot of pointless misery with blood on our hands. But that is how it is. And since the USSR imploded in 1991, the US of A has been the leading cause of misery and problems in the world. Very sad–when I started as an Imperial Trooper, we, the USA, were the good guys, USSR bad, China had moved from bad to “in between”, and not even a decade later when I left, we were moving from “not good” to “bad”.

            Mankind is in over its’ head. Technology has made the pace of event move to fast; given men (and women) too much real and imagine powered, and they lack the morality, or even the intellect to handle it. Those in control will inevitably quarrel amonst themselves should they succeed in enslaving the rest of us.

            There really is no way out, other than divine intervention. So, yes, I salute JHK for calling out the root cause of our problems in his closing paragraph.

          • CheezusCrackers August 6, 2022 at 12:05 pm #

            @ socrates et al

            Great comment. Jim gets it right. He certainly pegs the general spiral down.

            My only dissent is that most analysts and pundits far overestimate China. Yes, China is a great power like Russia, but unlike Russia the Chinese economy is in real jeopardy of collapse like us. (Ironic that 30 years after losing the Cold War the Russians seem to be winning).

            If I had to guess 6 to 10 months out I’d say there is every chance that the EU will collapse w widespread civil unrest; the US will be on edge of collapse w similar unrest; China will be collapsing w another Leap Forward mass murder, and Russia will be consolidating their position in the world as the commodities superstore. No one will be thinking about Ukraine.

        • DaveO907 August 5, 2022 at 12:19 pm #

          Blackstone just appropriated $50 billion from/for its investors to buy up properties. They did the same a while back with $30 billion.

          • Ron Anselmo August 6, 2022 at 12:00 am #

            “Vulture” fund – same as 2007/2008. Surprising how they keep going to the same well, and people never seem to get it. Overvalue the property, lever them up & then pull the rug.

            Farms in the ’70’s, S&L’s & commercial RE in the ’80’s. “Just another instance of assets going from weak hands to strong hands – the beat goes on.

        • Alzaebo August 5, 2022 at 3:36 pm #

          Kunstler is absolutely spot-on in his assessment.

          Note the ESG block-busting of Sri Lanka, Denmark, and the Ukraine, that their resources may be snapped up on the cheap. They are test plots.

        • niner August 5, 2022 at 4:37 pm #

          bravo, Mr. Kunstler.
          all the news that’s fit to print.

          as to the asset stripping, we Americans conflate propertarianism and the rule of laws with representative democracy/republicanism.

          forgetting that laws are made every 10 minutes and by the worst people.

          propertarianism does not rest on a moral base, but rather a mere real-politic assignment of number, and worse, digital number.

          and without a moral base, eventually the thieves and liars burrow into the rule of laws — all simply made by ink, as hollow as a brass idol.

          morality is ruled by conscience and consciousness.

          and property stripping, and debt slavery, as Michael Hudson has oft pointed out, has been the eternal problem of caste and class based societies. political stability is kept for further generations, by debt forgiveness and return of land.

          titles are not real, they are the sister invention of money, and just as troublesome and eventually false.

          while there is always a question of practical agreements and kept promises, but on the other side is the falsity of equality.

          still the middle path is morality and fairness and a moment of reset and start over. the eternal second chance.

        • kendar667 August 5, 2022 at 7:18 pm #

          Here’s the thing about land, it’s only good security if you can keep it, protect it, and care for it, otherwise it’s just useless dirt. If society breaks down (continues to?), we could easily devolve into a warlord type scenario where only the very strong and their henchman will be able to keep anything for any period of time. Keep it be sheer force – come onto the land and get shot, etc.

          I believe Jim about the decentralization dynamic, everything seems to be pointing to it, and it’s hard to imagine in that world how the likes of Bill Gates, Bezos, and Blackrock will be able to do much of anything with all this land that they “own”. Property rights are fragile and depend on the social fabric, law and order, all of which appear to be evaporating. So squatters, and pretty much anyone else that wants to, will be wherever they want to and the ownership construct irrelevant.

      • liber8tor August 5, 2022 at 11:52 am #

        Now that Nancy has pissed off the PLA they are going to stop shipping truck/auto parts.

        While the vaxed are walking around airports puking up spiked proteins, they forgot to mention that Monkey Pox is just a new name for the “Mad Cow” prion FrakenFauci has been using for years. (AIDS, Ebola,ZIKA, West Nile, Swine Flu)

        Just put some lipstick on it, tie a ribbon around it and send it out..no one will notice.

        • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 12:37 pm #

          Uh, Monkey Pox is rayciss. The proper term is schlong covid.

      • pyrrhus August 5, 2022 at 12:37 pm #

        I think the Russians are more likely to let our dumpster fire burn itself out…We don’t have much that any real nation would want…China, however, is ruthless enough to dispose of our problem minorities and take possession of some nice real estate…China is still seeking vengeance for our actions in the last couple of centuries….

      • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 1:10 pm #

        China hasn’t even invaded the tiny island of Taiwan for 73 years.
        They’re not going to invade the USA. Why should they? They can buy the parts they want and ignore the rest.
        The US is full of people who are unable to think or be productive. China has over a billion people who can do both.
        Why the hell would they want to come here and try to turn dysfunctional losers into productive people? That makes no sense.

        • niner August 5, 2022 at 4:51 pm #

          exactly, Paula.

          and they much prefer to live and work in enclaves with their own kind, even in their merchant colonies in asia & africa.

          everyplace has a china town.

          but i think they would like to strip us of long distance weapons and long distance military.

          but UKR will have us soon running out of everything that flies through the air and explodes. you have to wonder if China put us up to that.

          • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 5:12 pm #

            Well, like I was saying, the US is full of people who can’t think.
            I doubt they needed China to put them up to stripping the armory.
            Although I realize that the US military-industrial complex has nothing to do with “defense” and everything to do with graft and corruption, I was still surprised that a trillion dollars a year supports so little actual production of WMD.
            A trillion a year and they run out after 5 months?

    • malthuss August 5, 2022 at 10:36 am #

      Chinese takeover of the USA. indeed.

      • cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 10:39 am #

        Pretty soon those yellow and blue flags of the Ukraine will be replaced by the red flag with yellow stars. They will add the hammer and sickle to it for extra effect.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 11:17 am #

      I see the words, “could conceivably” and then I see a scenario or two laid out that already show signs of being very possible.

      How can that be characterized as fiction?

    • amb August 5, 2022 at 1:35 pm #

      It appears that Crusher is living in an alternate universe. Better get with reality my friend, as it will increase your survival potential.

    • richsob August 5, 2022 at 3:39 pm #

      1. The only way to militarily destroy the U.S. is to blow it to hell and gone with nukes. An invasion is out of the question.

      2. All it takes is a Governor to decide that the local situation is too messed up and he/she can do wonders. You see them ruining things all the time; they can fix things too.

      3. China is a YUGE threat.
      Almost as big as the people in this country who are actively playing into the Deep State’s hands.

      4. My Dad used to tell me the problem with Americans is they wait until their backs are pushed against the wall before they come out fighting and then they are the meanest SOB’s on the planet. Just look and you’ll notice most people’s backs are nearly pushed into the wall right now. The reaction is going to be Biblical.

      • Ron Anselmo August 5, 2022 at 4:27 pm #

        richsob –

        I tell my sons, 18 & 19, we (the American people) don’t fight today because we (the American people) have too much to lose – jobs, careers, houses, money, families, our lives. We’ll fight when we (the American people) have nothing left to lose.

        They say, we have to fight now. If we wait until they’ve taken everything – when we have nothing left to lose – it’ll already be over.

        Smart boys – they give me hope for the future – fighters both. Yes, I tell them – we need to fight now.

        • Socrates-Detroit August 5, 2022 at 6:47 pm #

          You should be very proud!

    • Walter B August 5, 2022 at 5:04 pm #

      Our host is absolutely correct Crusher, this IS Satanic and as he said, whether you believe in Satan or not, there are those that do and who sacrifice to Moloch and despise humanity and they are clearly the ones that will kill hundreds of millions in his name.

      The scary part is that the “governments” of the world are leading the charge to wipe out humanity, or at least lighten the load that they feel has become a burden to them. As Judge Andrew Napolitano clearly stated at the Rally For Peace & Freedom in Kingston, New York, “Everything the government says is a lie! Everything the government has; it has stolen from someone! The only thing the government is good at is killing people!” The spirit of the Founding Fathers is strong in this man. It was an honor to meet him that day, as it was to meet our dear host in NYC a week earlier.

      There are still a few good men out there – thank you and may God bless you all and keep you well!!!!

    • SpeedyBB August 5, 2022 at 5:56 pm #

      Is it not unthinkable that A.I. could just come to a logical conclusion and make a lot of switches go clickety-click and turn us over to the PRC?

      Oh, we’re not there yet? What a relief.

      Hey, did you know that with high-speed trading the average share is owned for eight seconds? How about that? You had stock from Amalgamated Buggy-whip in your portfolio and you didn’t even know about it. In the late 1940s that figure was (I forget the precise number) let’s say six and a half years.

      Now tell me that somebody’s computer buried deep in Mormon-country is not running the merry-go-round. The whole show.

  2. MontanaMan August 5, 2022 at 9:43 am #

    “Along with the threat of literal starvation will also arise a terrible hunger for truth: How did this happen? How did we come to do this? Who was behind it? It won’t be hard to find out, once we’re motivated to look.”

    We know who did it to all of us. The sorry-ass-democrats along with, the go along to get along Republican Party!!!!!

    • WadeWaters August 5, 2022 at 10:58 am #

      Combined with relentless gaslighting by the media.

      • pyrrhus August 5, 2022 at 12:39 pm #

        Yes..In this case, it’s not first kill all the lawyers, it’s kill all the journalist whores….

    • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 11:21 am #

      The Donald Trump cultists need to own up to their responsibility as well.

      I supported the man, I love him just as much as they do, but when he walked into the covid trap that had been laid out for him, he needed to hear a resounding, “JUST CUT IT THE HELL OUT, NOW!”.

      • Rowdypiglet August 5, 2022 at 11:40 am #

        Once his ego was involved, he just couldn’t admit he was wrong or find a way to back out. It’s his great weakness. Oddly, sometimes it’s also his great strength.

        • Jarek August 5, 2022 at 11:57 am #

          It’s worse than that, though there also plenty of that. It’s not easy to con a con. He was re-posting anti-covid hysteria doctors right from the beginning. He knew. But he did it at night on twitter and not from the podium – like he was in his mother’s basement.

          When he once suggested from the podium that if we just ignored it, it would all go away is the clincher. He was right of course, and he was inevitably savaged by the media. Of course he was. He lacked the courage to simply speak the Truth. Ignore a deadly pandemic? That’s crazy.

          So he shut up and supported the unnecessary Vax when it came out 100%.

          • happiface August 5, 2022 at 12:06 pm #

            people who work or got fired at a chicago hospital group won the first big lawsuit of forced vaxx—this will be the first of many–no appeal on this,facts of law 100 percent supported the lawsuit–companies will be running like rats now away from the vaxx mandates–big pharma is still shielded but soon that will dissappear because of the fraud involved

          • AmericanObserver August 5, 2022 at 12:38 pm #

            Don’t forget that back in March 2020 a lot about COVID was unknown. Trump’s not a scientist or doctor, so when a room full of medical professionals with combined centuries of experience telling him masks and lockdowns are the answer, what choice did he really have? In hindsight we’ve realized that the medical community is not neutral or unbiased, and they found a way to ruin Trump.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 12:41 pm #

            Here’s something that forced and completely unnecessary shot can do. There’s a picture, but DO NOT click to see it.

            People should hang.


          • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 12:43 pm #

            The link shows the picture. Don’t scroll down.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 1:05 pm #

            American Observer, the room was full of hacks and weirdos with easily verifiable bad reputations. Nobody bothered to check them out.

            Epic failure.

            600 doctors with solid reputations came almost literally to his doorstep, urging him to change course and stop listening to the wackos.

            Remember the Great Barrington Declaration?

            It got to the point where people were screaming to fire Fauci, and he knew it, buthe would not do so.

            As for what we knew and didn’t know, the hoodoo and voodoo in from Birx was what we didn’t know, we already knew that masks did not work.

            Hidig indoors while we start trying to develop a vaccine for a cold virus is the height of backward ignorance.

          • ThorsHammer August 8, 2022 at 7:29 am #

            American Observer

            I used to be among those who believed that at first we didn’t know whether we were dealing with a new Spanish Flu that had somehow flown in on bat wings.

            Then I studied the Diamond Princess. 3500 people locked down on a cruise liner. A perfect Petri Dish for the study of a newly emergent virus. Seemingly random patterns of infection, with the end result of a 1% fatality rate—- less than pneumonia. Signaling among other things a high rate of natural immunity.

            This was before even a single case had been reported in the US.

            THEY KNEW!

            Never waste a good opportunity to manufacture fear and turn it into Control and Profit.

          • ThorsHammer August 8, 2022 at 7:55 am #

            Jarek & American Observer

            You guys are missing one detail. During the heat of the Presidential campaign Trump was diagnosed with COVID19. (this would have been the early Wuhan Covid with the highest fatality rate.) Rudy Giuliani had recently come to him with a video of a new and successful treatment by an upstate NY doctor named Vladimir Zelenko. Trump began the Zelenko Protocol treatment, and over a weekend was back on the campaign trail at full steam never to face COVID again.

            The Giuliani /Zelenko videos were on line for a couple of days during which I happened upon them before they were censored. His Protocol had one fatal flaw— the ingredients were too cheap and not subject to monopoly patent. So once again money ruled over science and even personal experience.

            Buy the time of his recent passing Dr. Zelenko had treated thousands of patients using his Protocol. Only four patients died during the entire 2 1/2 year period.

          • ThorsHammer August 8, 2022 at 7:58 am #

            Trump Knew!

          • Apologist Pete August 8, 2022 at 7:33 pm #

            I’m sorry but he was the weakest of presidents for a very simple reason. He knew without a doubt that the election was stolen, that a coup was underway and he was the acting president of the united states and knowing fully well that it happened he turned over the country to demonic scumbags that want us all dead. Anything and everything he did well as a president was undone in that moment of utter weakness – he gave us up for dead.

      • pyrrhus August 5, 2022 at 12:40 pm #

        Trump is gullible and listened to his idiot daughter and her criminal husband, which caused many of his problems…

        • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 12:59 pm #

          He walked into a carefully laid trap. More and more really good people are involved in finding out exactly what happened with that task force, and what needs to happen next is for the Republicans to question former VP Pence on just why it was he had so many America hating Deep Staters working for him in the first place, let alone giving them free rein on a task force that was supposed to be about a virus.

          Trump’s biggest mistake was believing in the vaccine. In his view, it wouldn’t matter anymore what that wrecking crew had done once he had the remedy in place, because he was told, by people who should have known what they were talking about, that the shots worked, and also that the reason for all the “restrictions” would go away once the vaxx was “found”.

          When the two weeks to “flatten the curve” switched to “until a vaccine (FOR A COLD VIRUS!) is found” that should have awakened even the dumbest bonehead in the world that there was a scam going on. Someone like Kathy Cuomo, for instance.

          Unfortunately, when someone says something like, “if only we had a vaccine ready” to someone like Donald Trump, they are waving red meat in front of a hungry lion, because he is a man who remembers the JFK days, and for who nothing is impossible.

          If the Warp Speed vaccine was everything “experts” were claiming it was, his achievement in getting it out to the people would have been a marvel.

          They were lying their faces off. Some lying was due to greed and incompetence.

          Some was in service of an agenda.

          I think lying to a president during an alleged national emergency should be treated like lying to yur general during a war.

          • Jarek August 5, 2022 at 2:35 pm #

            Yes, he will always love the HUUGE and profitable. And of course, speed, Warp Speed!

            He was toying with the idea of vaccinating us by force. General Gus Purna (sic?) would have been in charge of that – and mentioned this plan.

    • bluedog August 8, 2022 at 9:38 am #

      No, you did it along with all the rest that always vote the party line, always using the same ole line why I voted for the lessor of the two evils. Take Reagan with his shipping out the jobs to foreign countries his offshore accounts, his running the debt to the moon braying deficits don’t matter. Greenspan, Reagan’s boy using the Fed. To save and fuel the market, seems to me that they were all republicans along with old Bush when they slid the law in giving the business sector the right to steal their workers pension monies.

  3. tom clark August 5, 2022 at 9:43 am #

    Really? I’m speechless…

    • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 10:20 am #

      But apparently not textless.

      • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 11:04 am #

        No answers, Dis, just wasted space.

  4. lizharmon August 5, 2022 at 9:47 am #

    Amnesty International finally confirms yet another conspiracy theory…that the monster Zelinsky is using his own people as human shields. Those blue checkmarks with Ukrainian flags on their profiles are telling the world they support this. Marvelous. Half the country needs to be bug fogged, and fast.

    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 9:58 am #

      From the start, Zelensky called for the citizens of Ukraine to arm themselves and fight the Russians. He painted a target on the chest of every single person in his country.

      • Socrates-Detroit August 5, 2022 at 7:16 pm #

        Of course, the destruction is awful in the battle zones. Yet even there, the Russian “invaders” have treated the people better than the Ukranian “defenders” who use them as human shields.

        In the east, many of the UKRANIAN-speakers prefer the Russians anyway. Of course the Russian speakers do–speaking Russian in public in post-2014 “Ukraine” can get one shot and killed.

        Medvedev’s map IS the future: the Russians will occupy it all East of the Dnieper, they will occupy the coast line. Much of Western “Ukraine” will go to Poland,

        DIGRESSION from which it was taken by the Soviet Union in 1945 (and the Poles were “compensated” with Silesia, the easternmost area of Germany, creating millions of German refugees who created a new life in West Germany and helped make West Germany and be extension united Germany an industrial powerhouse, until now, when they will re-experience the late 1940s in a few months…)

        And maybe Hungary and Rumania will get some too, and the “Ukraine” will the area around Kiev.

    • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 10:21 am #

      Could be a case for people sized glue traps as well. Just sayin’…

      • Rowdypiglet August 5, 2022 at 11:43 am #

        Dis, I can’t believe everyone has ignored an idea as brilliant as this.

        • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 12:11 pm #

          LOL! Simple, yet effective. “Help me, help me! I’ve fallen in glue and can’t get up!”

    • Dr. Coyote August 5, 2022 at 10:41 am #

      >>>Half the country needs to be bug fogged, and fast.

      Wait, Ukraine or U.S.? Oh right, both.

    • zekesdad August 5, 2022 at 10:59 am #

      You and JohnAZ can’t distinguish between the aggressor (that would be Russia), and the defender (Ukraine). A human shield is a tactic used by an aggressor such as a terrorist hiding among family members or other civilians. People defending their own country from aggresoion are called patriots. By your logic the French Resistance or U.S. Marines in Iwo Jima in World War II were human shields.

      • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 11:17 am #

        Do you know the background of the Ukranian mess? Who led them into the confrontation with Russia? Who got a duly elected Ukranian president thrown out of office with public protests, bought and paid for by NATO? Who put the Biden Mob into Ukraine to rip off the Ukranians? What group impeached a president for trying to find out how deeply the US had corrupted Ukraine?

        Did you know that Putin asked to join NATO in 2014 and was rebuffed by guess who? Did you know that when the last five nations joined NATO, that Putin said that the Ukraine is a Red Line, that Russia would take action against NATO if Ukraine moved to join NATO?

        How would you feel if Mexico decided to join BRICS and allowed Russian arms along the southern border. THey are already controlling the US illicit trades. Remember the 13 days in May in 1963? To Russia, Ukraine is a dagger pointed at the Caspian oil fields, just like Mexico could be aimed at Texas and Oklahoma.

        Bully boys aimed at other bully boys equals geopolitics.

        • SW August 5, 2022 at 12:13 pm #

          Your facts are 100% correct, John AZ. Most people have no idea the color revolution in Ukraine was bought and paid for by our own State Department — confirmed by Victoria Nuland to the tune of $5 billion. What a bargain! But anything to keep Hunter Biden employed.

          Putin said over and over again to leave Ukraine alone and China is now saying leave Taiwan alone. Maybe we should listen.

          • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 5:24 pm #

            Rumored Russian trade proposal: Brittney Griner for Nuland, Hillary, Obama, both Bidens, and Stinkin’ Blinken. Sounds about right to me.

          • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 5:25 pm #

            They were going to throw Zelensky in there as well, but realized they’ll have his ass on a skewer soon enough, regardless.

          • Not_GeorgeT August 5, 2022 at 5:41 pm #

            I’d just like add: in the middle of the color revolution overthrow of the legitimate government of the Ukraine territory in March 2014….

            Victoria Nuland also handed out cookies

          • justanotherguy August 7, 2022 at 9:20 pm #

            bearing in mind that in 2014, zelensky was elected to enact and abide by the minsk accords, which would have left the donbass and its inhabitants in peace, not as hostages to provoke the crisis at hand.

          • Paula D August 7, 2022 at 10:02 pm #

            justanotherguy, it was 2019 that Zelensky was elected on the peace platform of adhering to the Minsk Accords.
            The people of Ukraine were sickened by the slaughter of the eastern Ukrainians and vote 73% for Zelensky.

            But the US bosses were having none of that. Zelensky was brought into line.

        • DaveO907 August 5, 2022 at 12:30 pm #

          Word, JohnAZ. That people still buy into the story leaves me shaking my head at the gullibility our nation’s media engenders. Ukraine is full of Nazi monsters supported by the Brits and USSA. Our population is so propagandized (and thinking themselves “righteous”) it turns my stomach.
          So much stunning and willful ignorance in this country. The CIA and FBI have done their jobs (and actual mission statements) all too well.
          “We’ll know we have succeeded when the American public believes every lie we tell them.” ~ William Casey—ex-OSS and CIA Director under Reagan.

        • zekesdad August 8, 2022 at 12:56 pm #

          You are making a lot of unfounded assumptions. No doubt the U.S. hss been meddling in Ukrainian affairs, but you don’t think Russia was? Do you really think heir “duly elected” president came into office on a groundswell of support because Ukranians overwhelmngly wish their country to be the puppet of a Russian autocrat? Then, millions of the same people became puppets to the U.S. and kicked out their president and installed a new one?

          I agree that Ukraine is (or was) a corrupt country. How does that justify an invasions targeting civilians by a thoroughly corrupt Russia? How do you excuse Russia’s grabbing part of Georgia? It’s interesting that you brought up Mexico. I wouldn’t like it if Russia armed them, but we like Russia, have nuclear weapons, and our corrupt neighbors don’t.

          Putin wanted to join NATO, which is a defensive organization founded to deter Soviet aggression. If post-Soviet Russia had been allowed to join that would have been like letting the fox into the hen house. They might as well have disbanded NATO, which I’m sure would have been fine with Putin.

      • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 1:27 pm #

        Russia entered an 8 year old war in Feb.
        Idiots in America and Europe were told that they started it, but it was the US in 2014 when they paid for a violent coup that overthrew the elected government of Ukraine and put in hand-picked right wing totalitarians to hand the resources of Ukraine over to US looters.
        The people of eastern Ukraine rose up in protest. They are the ones doing most of the infantry fighting now, while Russia provides back-up artillery and support.
        It is still the people of eastern Ukraine dying, just like for the last 8 years, but now blithering idiots “care”. They don’t realize how stupid and ill-informed they look when they spout the propaganda of the Empire.
        The NATO-trained military of Ukraine, filled with nazis and mercenaries, has spent the last 8 years digging into eastern Ukraine and they are using the people as human shields.
        The militias and Russia are trying to liberate the citizens without killing them, but when the Ukies put missiles into schools and throw people out of windows of apartment buildings so that they can set up sniper stations in top floors, they have made those places targets.
        Spare us the propaganda, zekesdad, we hear it everyday but we’re not stupid enough to believe it.

        • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 1:34 pm #

          To be more accurate, it is still the civilians of eastern Ukraine dying, but now the Ukie military is also.
          Sadly, Ukraine is not allowed by the US/NATO to negotiate, so they keep throwing more and more soldiers at the front.
          They are now kidnapping men off the street, handing them rifles and sending them to the front. These are men who had no interest in killing eastern Ukrainians, but they use the nazis to keep them there by shooting them if they try to retreat or surrender.
          It is horrific. Anyone who supports it is despicable.
          Zelensky, under orders from the US, had announced that they were going to start conscripting women in August. I don’t know if they backed down from that. The people of Ukraine are starting to become very, very pissed off at their fate as US proxies.
          Lindsey Graham, salivating as he always does at the prospect of people dying for Empire, last week announced that the US expected to keep supplying weapons and ammo until the last Ukrainian was dead.
          Do you really think the Ukrainians are happy to die so that the Empire can take their land, forests and other resources? .

          • hmuller August 6, 2022 at 12:01 pm #

            That Lindsey Graham is some piece of work. I wonder what he did on Epstein Island?

          • Paula D August 7, 2022 at 6:39 pm #

            Did Epstein supply boys also?

      • Socrates-Detroit August 5, 2022 at 7:21 pm #

        The French Resistance was a joke, it’s only fitting you should cite them in your logic-less argument.

        The Ukranian troops, those still fighting are shooting from residences and hospitals.

        Russia pre-emptively launched a military operation to prevent Ukraine from hosting NATO/US missiles that can take out Moscow in less than 8 minutes, after the Ukraine refused to agree to not accept those weapons, after the Ukranian Government (which is NOT a democracy) spent 8 years shelling the Donbass and which BANNED the use of Russian in 2014.

        As I noted above, the destruction is real and tragic, but the people in the East do not want the govt in Kiev and the Russians are liberating them.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 11:23 am #

      Do we trust Amnesty anymore either, Liz? I’m not saying we shouldn’t; I just don’t know if they are still what they once were.

      • Bilejones August 5, 2022 at 11:49 am #

        I think she might have said “even Amnesty”. To add verisimilitude.
        Amnesty has been a bought and paid for globohome whore for decades now.

      • DaveO907 August 5, 2022 at 12:32 pm #

        Amnesty International: funding from diverse sources including the UK Foreign Office, MI-5, and the Pentagon.
        I saw A.I.’s budget documents some 7 years ago.

        • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 1:36 pm #

          They are a reliable shill for Empire, only occasionally hanging out a limited bit of truth to keep their credibility.

        • Alzaebo August 5, 2022 at 3:47 pm #

          Ah. A front for color revolutions.

          Like Soros fronts shilling for “democratic regime change”, such as funding the Ukraine’s Orange Revolution. Somebody bought those t-shirts, flags, signs, and bus tickets.

    • amb August 5, 2022 at 1:40 pm #

      The US and others are supporting a country/Ukraine that has been rated as #4 in “Most Corrupt Country/Government”. What does that tell you. Insanity, zero-logic, incompetence, and corruption are the adjectives that best describe out governments and leaders. FUBAR. Planet Circus. Headed for DOOM.

  5. Bill of Rights August 5, 2022 at 9:48 am #

    “double the size of the Internal Revenue Service by hiring 87,000 new employees to harass ordinary Americans” ….


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    • Ron Anselmo August 5, 2022 at 10:45 am #

      Well, the IRS has ordered $700K in ammunition, so maybe you’re right – to enforce their correct punctuation.

      • Not_GeorgeT August 5, 2022 at 5:45 pm #

        Scary, but it’s scary times time.

        Did I read someone was trying to file emergency legislation to forbid the IRS from using our money to buy ammo?

    • D from OR August 5, 2022 at 10:54 am #

      Uhm sure but how many of the 87,000 are actual “agents” or is it a number that represents agents and “staff”?

      Lots of “staff” in government agencies. Lots of overhead and wasted time and energy.

      Training agents will take a long time and then many will find the work tedious and leave. Millennials are dependable in that way,

  6. BackRowHeckler August 5, 2022 at 9:49 am #

    How does the Dems $750 billion ‘Inflation Reduction Act’ — which will pass next week — reduce inflation? Does any know?

    • Bill of Rights August 5, 2022 at 9:53 am #

      It makes sense to me.

      Inflation will be reduced. It will be replaced by Hyperinflation. Oh . . . ., wait a second. . . , that’s not what want is it?

      • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 10:25 am #

        Slo’ Jo’ was never good at math. Delaware school system not being all that great, not that he spent much time in it. The many pool halls of Wilmington being impossible to resist for the budding young gangster.

    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 10:22 am #

      By reducing the national debt over ten years. Their words, not mine. Tax the heck out of those nasty corporations so they do not have to tax Joe Everyman. What a great deal.

      Except they forgot to tell you that the taxes on GM, Ford, Amazon et al are just going to be passed on to the public as price increases.

      When corporations lose on their bottom line, they react by doing reductions in force, or moving overseas. Proof? Obama!!!

      Biden is getting away with job creation bragging rights with $15 an hour jobs, because there are no others to create family wealth.

      What a great deal. Spend more money, and hide it with the same BS Dems have always done. When your household gets into debt problems, you either buckle down to pay the piper, or you go bankrupt. This government does not feel it has to follow those rules. they control the money so just print some more. Bankruptcy equals stagflation and eventual shutdown with the government. Oh boy, are the gimmes going to scream over what is coming. Maybe they will go home.

      Where are the counter GOP plans to offset the idiocy of the Deep State Dems and RINOs. The GOP is worthless to offset tax and spend or any of the other Leftist movements in the government. JHK seems to be optimistic that a reversal is coming. Hope he is right. This fall should start the ball rolling. The East and West Coast GOP will not be a help at all.

      • BackRowHeckler August 5, 2022 at 10:30 am #

        JAZ, I doubt if Ford or GM will be around in 10 years. Their pledge to mfg nothing but EVs by 2030 pretty much dooms those companies, as the way I figure it about 75% of people will be priced out private car ownership. They will be marketing their junk to a relatively small pool of consumers, not enough to keep the assembly lines going.

        • Not_GeorgeT August 5, 2022 at 10:43 am #

          Back in the ‘grandparents days’ those immigrants from the turn of the 20th century rode bicycles for many miles to get to work.

          Great exercise, obesity wasn’t really part of any discussion.

          • megabeth August 5, 2022 at 12:37 pm #

            My grandpa, born in 1900, talked about all the foot traffic all over his northern city of 50,000 souls, when he was a kid.

            We just bought a cargo e-trike and cargo e-bike this summer. Even if the electric part goes away, we’ve got efficient transport for most of our purposes.

          • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 1:39 pm #

            The bigger enterprises had company housing onsite.
            My dad grew up in a coal camp right by the coal mine.
            I used to work at a hospital in East LA that still had company housing for some of the imported nurses.
            The thing where people live 60 miles away from where they work and commute everyday is relatively new and completely unsustainable.

        • sanspeur August 5, 2022 at 11:15 am #

          or the pensions paying. Running out the clock to hope they all die?

        • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 11:21 am #

          Agreed, Toyota will control the marketplace.

          Other corporations, if any are stupid enough to put up with the federal government, will take their place.

        • draupnir August 5, 2022 at 11:36 am #

          There will be fleets. Government, large corporation, etc.

        • Rowdypiglet August 5, 2022 at 11:55 am #

          The WEF has notified us peasants that personal ownership of cars is not for us anyway, and that’s working out well for them so far. The stated future plans of GM and others have no substance. It’s all just performative.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 2:48 pm #

            We see them putting the bike lanes everywhere, and tearing up all the curbs at the intersections to install all the “safe” crosswalks.

            They have plans for us, whether we like the plans or not.

        • rackslope August 5, 2022 at 11:56 am #

          The auto industry will have the same business model as real estate, as mentioned in a comment before this. Their main customers will be the government and corporations who will rent the EV’s to us on a per-use basis. We will own nothing.

          • Woodchuck August 6, 2022 at 10:58 am #

            In the end, we’ll be losing our automobiles along with the automobile culture. The sudden obsolescence of car infrastructure will result in grinding poverty for everyone during the transition to something else. Most all of the USA depends on cars. Take them all away and we’ll be forced to build new residential areas and new infrastructure that will function with low tech and simple transport like motorbikes and bicycles. The homes in these new living areas will probably be made from the scrap left behind from the demolition of suburbia. We’ll have little sharecropper shacks that will be something like the one Elvis Presly lived in as a child. Complaining about these coming events is a waste of time and energy.

            Beryl writes “We see them putting the bike lanes everywhere, and tearing up all the curbs at the intersections to install all the “safe” crosswalks.” I’m getting back into biking and have been riding around construction areas in my town where they are taking out curbs at intersections and putting in the smoothed out areas that make it easy for bikes or wheelchairs to go from sidewalk to street. We have bike trails and wide sidewalks making it idea for bicycling. I’m figuring out ways to get around in town without needing a car.

      • workingclasshero August 5, 2022 at 2:02 pm #

        I detest the Dems and Biden, but inflation is slowly going down as I text this and the Republicans won’t benefit by screaming about hyperinflation come October, also, raising taxes is a method of fighting inflation and it will work however unevenly. Federal spending should be prudently done but just get over the national debt/ balanced budget nonsense since the predicted disaster never materializes since federal debt can be managed. It’s done by central banks the world over and has been since the 1930’s more often than not. If you want to start cutting social security and Medicare, then good luck with your electoral politics.

    • Uncle Bob August 5, 2022 at 10:39 am #

      The Inflation Refuction Act is a rebrand Build Back Better. It’s an old Washington trick: if your big social engineering bill fails, rename it after something people are clamoring for (e.g., reducing the inflation rate), and try again once your media allies do their job of scaring the public shitless about what happens if the bill fails. And, if you’re really lucky, some dumb, greedy fucks in the other party who’ve bitched about fiscal irresponsibility will support a different spending bill because it makes them look smart and caring and protective of American industry, ad happened with the giranically wasteful “Chips bill.” Why should Manchin and the self-described socialist, Sinema, stand against Build Back Better any longer, when a bunch of fucking dumbfuck Republicans, led by most of the GOP Senate leadership and the piece of shit known as Willard Romney just voted to squander hundreds of billions of dollars on, essentially, nothing? But, you say, what about the chips? By the time the factories are built and a single chip is made, the technology will be obsolete, and it’s possible we won’t have the money for a head if iceberg lettuce, much less a car. As the man says, this country is well and truly fucked.

      • Uncle Bob August 5, 2022 at 10:41 am #

        I meant to say Inflation Reduction Act, but I think my typo reflects reality better! LOL

        • neurodoc August 5, 2022 at 10:47 am #

          Inflation ReFUCKtion Act is even more descriptive.


    • Dr. Coyote August 5, 2022 at 10:50 am #

      >>>How does the Dems $750 billion ‘Inflation Reduction Act’ — which will pass next week — reduce inflation? Does any know?

      Through the magic of MMT, of course. What, you don’t understand how spending money you don’t have to pump up the money supply fights inflation?

      Me neither.

      • WadeWaters August 5, 2022 at 11:04 am #

        They’ve just redefined inflation, like they redefined ‘recession’.

        • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 11:23 am #

          You are right. Inflation does not exist in MMT.

    • TPTB-USA August 5, 2022 at 12:33 pm #

      Perhaps the majority are just lost in the “noise”?

      If you take a penny and double it in a day, the next day you have 2 cents. If you take your 2 cents and double it in a day, the following day you have 4 cents. … in 28 days you will have over a million dollars.

      If this is representative of the current format for life, then on day 29 the money supply will need to expand by at least million dollars to accommodate the progression, and two million on day 30, ….

      What if the current format for life is nothing more than a flawed game?

      How does a government introduce a trillion dollars into the flawed system?

      What would happen if leadership had a “fireside chat” and explained the situation to the population?

      Might as well Use-It or Lose-It!

    • Alzaebo August 5, 2022 at 3:57 pm #

      Modern Monetary Theory:

      Inflate the economy so you can then tax away the “excess”.

      Tax away everybody but the elites’ gains, of course.

      They then can use that gain as collateral to float new loans, self-funding another grab while paying out their political minions.

      Repeat until you’ve achieved the Owner class.

  7. Ishabaka August 5, 2022 at 9:52 am #

    Unlike HIV, the monkeypox virus is not persistent. One month of sexual continence by America’s gay men, and the epidemic would vanish. Of course, you’ll never see any public health official or politician recommend THAT.

    • DyersEve August 5, 2022 at 10:08 am #

      it’s because only deviant behaviors and attitudes are now protected in America…normal behavior and views are vilified.

    • cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 10:29 am #

      Yeah, they forced us to stay home, avoid public functions, and cancelled all effects of a normal daily life during Covid to “flatten the curve”. Why don’t they just come out and say it? To flatten the monkeypox curve, abstain from all gay coitus for the next 3 weeks. Simple as that!

      • Uncle Bob August 5, 2022 at 10:45 am #

        Why would we expect anyone to abstain from any immediate gratification, when we’ve spent the entire postwar era teaching us to want it, and want it NOW , and if you don’t give it to me NOW you’re a spiteful, evil monster?

      • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 11:33 am #

        They don’t even need to abstain from sex. Just orgies. Evidently you can cancel weddings, funerals, graduations, school, evictions, summer camp, church on Easter Sunday, dining out, even buying “unnecessary” products or going to work at all, but the orgies must go on!

        The meth orgies such as the one a failed candidate for governor attended, are the reason that AIDS was on the rise again.

        The ladies of The View had a young woman on the show, way back before covid, who stated the simple FACT that AIDS was increasing again, and they berated her, but she was right and they were a bunch of ignorant harpies.

    • Jarek August 5, 2022 at 12:04 pm #

      Never forget Dan Savage crawling around the Republican Convention licking door knobs to give people his cold.

      One has to assume that the Monkey Poxers will try to slime people…..

      Islam is right about women.
      The Chinese are right about Islam.
      White Conservatives are right about the Chinese.
      White Nationalists are right about White Conservatives.
      And all these groups are right about the Gays.

    • EdD August 5, 2022 at 1:56 pm #

      No, it’s exactly like “HIV”. There is no virus that causes AIDS. AIDS, like monkeypox, is a syndrome caused by repeated abuse of the body’s immune system, with drugs mainly, but also with repeated injury to the mucous membrane in the anal orifice.

      The nonsensical “HIV” is an invention that was required to reinforce Fauci’s lies about AIDS. The pharmaceutical “cure” is deadly. Doesn’t that sound a lot like the “novel coronavirus”? It should because it’s just a retread of Fauci’s original mythical plague.

  8. Irish August 5, 2022 at 9:58 am #

    Another great post Jim. Thank you for being a true patriot.

  9. BackRowHeckler August 5, 2022 at 9:59 am #

    Neither the mayors of NYC or SF — when issuing their alarmist ‘Monkeypox Public Health Emergency’ mentioned anything about closing bath houses or Gay Bars. Indeed, their message seems to be Party On!

    • malthuss August 5, 2022 at 10:37 am #

      wake up. its been a 2.5 year plan demic.
      people are tired of hearing about covid [and vax deaths] so role out pandemic 2.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 11:37 am #

      They said abstention didn’t work, so they weren’t going to recommend it.

      Masks don’t work, but they had them on two year olds.

      I think the real reason they won’t order No Orgies, is because the MSM wouldn’t cover mask and social distance violations of the elite, but the more tabloid-y press will certainly cover these public officials when they themselves get caught at the orgies they just banned.

  10. Frank Buttitch August 5, 2022 at 9:59 am #

    Nice to see that you have finally recognized the Evil that exists in our society. The Evil hides not only in our leadership but also within families, friends and the workplace where it can act out within the ever changing definitions of normalcy.

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    • BackRowHeckler August 5, 2022 at 10:34 am #

      “Europeans didn’t bring evil to the Americas, it was already here, waiting for their arrival.”-Oscar Wilde

      • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 11:26 am #

        Uh, Europeans have been going to war with each other forever. They just brought their fighting spirit with them to America. Diversity is a curse, a nation based on diversity is cursed to fight amongst themselves forever.

        • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 11:40 am #

          Before the Europeans stepped foot on this continent in significant numbers, the inhabitants were divided into tribes along “ethnic” lines, and constantly rowing with each other.

          All the early settlers did was introduce new groups and fighting along political lines.

          • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 11:50 am #

            Yup, fresh meat for the grinder.

          • Jarek August 5, 2022 at 12:10 pm #

            But you see, the “early settlers” aren’t just a group of new tribes, they happen to be your tribe. And yes, in the end they did coalesce. And they were doing it again later one with the newer White immigrant groups.

            You talk like you’re the omniscient narrator in a Play or a Novelist talking about their novel. No you’re a character in the story. And like any character, you are nothing without your people.

            Such humility (from the root hummus or earth) is one of the psychological secrets to survival, Beryl.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 1:58 pm #

            I know damn well who my people were and are now, Jarek. I am describing the fact that it is a myth that we had a nation of happy corn-eating basket weavers sitting around cross legged until white folks showed up and introduced strife or something.

          • Jarek August 5, 2022 at 2:40 pm #

            If you know, act like you know. When you do, you won’t talk like this:

            “All the early settlers did was introduce new groups and fighting along political lines.”

            In other words, our coming was just more of the same old same old. The so called Native Americans were already here doing what we would do.

            We’re the Native Americans. They were just living here. They were in our way. They got moved out of our way.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 2:51 pm #

            Jarek, in terms of groups finding reasons to fight, that IS all they did.

            They made turpentine too, but that is not relative to my point either.

          • SW August 5, 2022 at 2:51 pm #

            @B of O — The Indian tribes have been romanticized and there were qualities that some tribes had that were admirable. But they were just people who also fought over land, would team up with an enemy to inflict pain on a greater enemy (and our ancestors exploited this to the max) and had the misfortune to live in a era when their country was overrun by Europeans. Sometimes, you’re just on the losing team and that’s not too much fun.

          • Jarek August 6, 2022 at 11:40 am #

            To the Beryls of the world, we were just another warlike group, one that made turpentine.

            How can any people who have such a miserable self image maintain their identity and thus their nation?

  11. neurodoc August 5, 2022 at 10:06 am #

    Anyone who isn’t aware of pending severe food scarcity is living under a rock, or just intoxicated by the blue pill. Multiple analysts (no ref. to avoid moderation, but do your own research) have shown 50+ food production/preparation sites being burned down or blown up in the past 4-5 months. Nothing about it in the legacy media, X a mention here & there in local news. Major food problems are dead ahead, but there will be confusion. e.g. Ranchers that I personally know in Texas are saying that, due to poor feed stock and a massive reduction in grazing grasslands due to weather, they will slaughter massive numbers of cattle early this September and drop the price of beef substantially. But then in early 2023, forget eating beef for a long long time, with extremely high prices and low availability. (This is apparently happening not only in Tx and OK, but also other cattle and cattle feed stock producing states.). Buy a freezer !!!!!

    • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 11:48 am #

      Yes buy a freezer, but with the uncertainty of the fuel supply, you could find that food in your freezer going to waste.

      Oh I know, I can run right out and buy a generator. Except there are things called chips nowadays, that play a part in how they work. I suppose there are simpler ones, but you see the problem, in that “they” have already thought of everything.

      Remember Jen Psaki mocking Americans for being concerned over being unable to buy fitness equipment?

      Well, what if it isn’t just your NordikTrack sitting on a ship, but your Generac generator as well?

      Mocking peope who think they need a treadmill during a state of emergency over a cold virus that kills the overweight and unfit almost exclusively (like every other virus) should have been enough for an angry mob, to drag her out of there by the hair and roll her in tar and feathers.

      • Rowdypiglet August 5, 2022 at 12:04 pm #

        Beryl, I’m concerned about possible blackouts or even deliberate rationing of electricity. Those smart meters are not your friend. I’m sticking largely to canned goods and a good old fashioned non-electric can opener. I don’t think they’ll be able to figure out a way to make that not work, but I’m sure they’re trying.

        • cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 12:39 pm #

          Here’s a wild guess. They will start canning foods in metal that cannot be pierced until a QR code is scanned and uploaded to their database. That way they can ensure you are only eating what they want you to eat, when they want you to eat, and how much they want you to eat.

        • Alzaebo August 5, 2022 at 4:12 pm #

          Remember, rub the can top briskly across smooth concrete and it pops right off.

          In case you had to bribe the streetcorner warlord with your last can opener.

    • happiface August 5, 2022 at 11:56 am #

      my family owns two cattle,alfalfa ranches in a very secured area,no water problems—are you saying we should go long beef and hay? ok,got it…we have already secured the bullets and means to protect–spent 150k just for that,my lastest toy,a mrap vehicle–fun toy and great air conditioning too,can take a .50 cal hit–we have lots of terrain to play in til the zombies start showing up…plus my son has a heli but they can be shot down very easily unless at alitude ..bought a surplus night vision for it—and 5 other night scopes—like insurance hope we never have to use any of it…..

    • TXRancher August 5, 2022 at 12:42 pm #

      Yes the TX cattle auction houses are seeing triple their normal cattle numbers for the weekly auctions. Half of those cows are being sold because there is no available pasture or hay and the other half because the stock ponds are drying up, all due to the drought. I agree that there will be a surplus of meat available the end of this year but prices may not drop in the grocery store. But then next year and the years to follow will see large increases in prices as the shortage induced by this sell off transpire.

      • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 2:02 pm #

        Maybe I need to learn how to make jerky. Lots and lots of jerky.

        People used to eat chipped dried beef during the Depression.

        My mother still had a meat grinder when we were small.

        • Q. Shtik August 5, 2022 at 5:22 pm #

          People used to eat chipped dried beef during the Depression. – BofO


          Cream dried beef on toast.

          A buddy in the Navy said they called it ‘shit on a shingle’ or ‘foreskins on toast.’

      • SW August 5, 2022 at 2:57 pm #

        It’s hot and dry in north Texas and we’re under a severe drought warning with no relief in sight. I heard the other day there was a hay shortage (I don’t know any ranchers) and I don’t see the big bales in the fields like I usually do.

        But no worries! Cows are evil monsters and this is God’s way of thinning the herd. With any luck, we won’t be the next herd to be thinned.

  12. steppingup August 5, 2022 at 10:19 am #

    You want to know who did this, just FOLLOW THE FUCKING MONEY. The dem and republicans sure as shit don’t print the money. And since nothing happens without someone paying for it, well then someone is paying for ALL the bullshit that is happening right now. So, who owns almost all the central banks in the world. Sure as hell aint Bozo or Musk. Not Klaus either. Gee, I wonder…..

    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 10:27 am #

      Hitler was never rich. However, he had the wherewithal and demeanor to rally the rich boys around him to follow his Mein Kampf whims. Klaus is the same. Davos is Klaus’ Nuremburg.

      • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 11:50 am #

        Good point, John.

        Without a Hitler, Davos is just a bunch of fools with too much money and not enough to do.

      • Jarek August 5, 2022 at 12:13 pm #

        Mein Kampf whims. Saving Germany and the German people was just a whim. No different than Klaus Schwab.

        We are where we are because of such utter lack of discrimination.

      • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 1:13 pm #

        John, you need to research Klaus’s family a bit better.

        Klaus was already quite rich, from a family of old-world parasites, and he worked with Kissenger to create WEF.

        The man was quite connected to the globalist power structure early on.

      • Jarek August 6, 2022 at 11:42 am #

        He’s married into the Rothschilds, the enemies of Hitler. Thus John is not only wrong, but literally as wrong as wrong can be.

  13. RelativeGuise August 5, 2022 at 10:20 am #

    ” spend three quarters of a trillion dollars created from thin air into an economy already hyperventilating on three years of multi-trillion-dollar injections derived from no productive activity.”

    But we have good intentions, sir. We don’t twiddle our thumbs for spite.

    “So, do you think now that being transgressive is… fun? You’ll be changing what’s left of your mind about that soon.”


    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 10:29 am #

      Only crises create substantial change. As you said, the crises are approaching and accelerating.

    • Rowdypiglet August 5, 2022 at 12:12 pm #

      The whole transgressive thing that the liberals have been so enamored of has gone where it was inevitably going. I used to think they were just naughty children who couldn’t extrapolate to the logical conclusion of their transgressions, and would be horrified if they could. I was wrong. Now that we have public “affirmation” of everything from bestiality to incest to cannibalism, they seem to be more than fine with all of it.

      We’ve reached the point where it’s beyond intolerable. They’ve crossed every imaginable line, gleefully and repeatedly, and I can’t see this ending any other way than in a thoroughly needful blood bath.

      • Jarek August 5, 2022 at 12:17 pm #

        Yes, the normal world was portrayed as utterly evil. They bought it. Thus to make the world right, all norms must be overturned and all institutions smashed.

        On a deeper level, some of their elite may think this will hasten the arrival of the messiah a la Jacob Frank.

        • RelativeGuise August 5, 2022 at 12:57 pm #

          “Yes, the normal world was portrayed as utterly evil.” Jarek.

          I believe that references, at least to me, the Albigensian heresy. But yeah, my mind. Who knows.

          • Jarek August 5, 2022 at 2:44 pm #

            Some say they were very moral and the Church hated them as competition. I don’t know the truth of it.

            In general, Gnostics can be broken down into two camps: the very ascetic and the ones who say since this world is unreal, it doesn’t matter what we do here so live it up.

            In contrast, Christianity says the original creation was both real and good. Then came the Fall and corruption.

      • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 2:04 pm #

        A lot of the liberals didn’t know they were for those things, until somebody told them they were.

    • Saskafrass August 7, 2022 at 1:16 pm #

      Makes me think of the guy who has holes in his shirt.
      So he grabs a pair of scissors and cuts the holes out.
      Then he puts the shirt on and sees bigger holes.
      So he takes off the shirt, and grabs the scissors…..

      • RelativeGuise August 7, 2022 at 7:46 pm #

        i used scissors today.

  14. cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 10:27 am #

    Would have commented sooner, but it took me over an hour to log-in this morning to the JHK site. Some bugs in the system, likely a result of the Chicoms.

    Anyway, I wanted to inquire as to how the IRS 87,000 new employees to harass hard working American taxpayers? We can’t even find people to work at Wal-Mart and McD’s, so how would this even be possible? Maybe they will give the jobs to some of those newly arrived illegals being bussed in?

    • cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 10:37 am #

      How do they intend to find, hire, trail, recruit, and retain these employees? How do they honestly intend to pay this many people a fair living wage? Just print more money and drive up the inflationary trends?

      • Not_GeorgeT August 5, 2022 at 11:02 am #

        First they need to find the people to hire.

        Just about everywhere I go there are help wanted signs.

        On a few occasions, as I’ve looked at the signs, I’ve been asked if I want a job. I was just being a warm body in a store who could read a few words.

        87,000 is a lot of skilled labor.

        Imagine if it becomes a few skilled and the rest mostly not skilled.

        • TPTB-USA August 5, 2022 at 12:15 pm #

          [Imagine if it becomes a few skilled and the rest mostly not skilled.]

          That’s what the ammunition is for.

        • SW August 5, 2022 at 3:01 pm #

          There are a lot of college graduates who can’t find jobs so my guess is, they’ll be the new hires. With the added bonus of being able to garnish their wages for student loan payments. 🙂

      • D from OR August 5, 2022 at 11:13 am #

        Thank you Cowbell. See my comment above for a similar take.

        Any “new” hires for these IRS jobs will be entry-level I’m guessing and recruiting will take a long time. Just vetting and hiring within the government takes forever so I can’t imagine they will have anywhere near 87,000 anytime soon.

        Also, that number is likely a fake as far as “agents” go as the IRS is a bureaucratic dream and there’s lots and lots of paper so lots and lots of staff. Like any government agency.

      • Bilejones August 5, 2022 at 12:22 pm #

        ” How do they honestly intend to pay this many people a fair living wage?”

        Thanks for the laugh.
        A fair wage for the government filth would be negative.

        • stelmosfire August 5, 2022 at 3:11 pm #

          The Manchin-Schumer “Inflation Reduction Act” includes $80 Billion for the IRS. $45 billion for enforcement and $25 billion for operations support. Operations support, WTF is that you ask? ( they are the ones who make the coffee). That is for 87,000 new employees. That is $920,000 per employee. Good pay if you can get it.

    • neurodoc August 5, 2022 at 10:39 am #

      Lovely, I can see it now….

      Voy a conseguir esos gringos. Je je.

    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 10:46 am #

      87000 new IRS employees? easy, Cowbell. They are 87000 less people on the unemployment line. They are 87000 more people with jobs that gives Biden more bragging rights. They are 87000 more voters for the Dems like the rest of northern Virginia and Maryland suburbs dependent on these BS jobs. They are jobs with no productive background at all, just money printing creations. I remember that when I was in the Navy, I scratched my head why I was paying Fed. taxes. Well here you are, these folks will returns a large part of their “income” right back to the bums that created them.

      Lastly, these jobs are not to create new opportunities for folks. They will exist only as another non creative generator of inflation.

      BTW, has anyone broken down the bill and exposed how almost all of it in inflationary, all of it. Then published the same, where is the GOP counter offensive?

      Dis, just declaring it inflationary on TV does nothing. The entire MSM is just waiting to pounce on that. Facts, real data, foregone conclusions presented to the public that exposes the Left for what it is. A society of bums keeping power by tax and spend and convincing the public they are doing it for them. You know, it could be that the bi party, (uniparty really), republican system no longer works. Maybe that is why we as a society seem to be paddling up stream all the time.

      • neurodoc August 5, 2022 at 11:05 am #

        The GOP, with a few exceptions, is either asleep at the wheel, or holding out their hand for their 10% cut.

        • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 11:29 am #

          Seems to be bipartisan, doesn’t it!

      • Not_GeorgeT August 5, 2022 at 11:07 am #

        Inflation can be stopped in its tracks by changing the definition.

        Make it something other than too much currency chasing too few goods.

        Then blast the new definition all over the MSM.

        Seems to have worked well for ‘vaccine’ and ‘pandemic’.

      • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 11:51 am #

        Like the TSA. Obama rounded up the hard core unemployable, and gave them good-paying jobs.

    • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 2:23 pm #

      Last year I got a letter from the IRS telling me that if I didn’t reply by a certain date I would be fined and prosecuted.
      The date was the day I got it. So I wrote the check for $37 and drove to the post office so that it would be postmarked that day.
      Two days later I got a notice saying I hadn’t responded and was therefore going to be in big trouble.
      So I called the IRS and was onhold for FOUR hours!
      Then I got an agent with a strong accent, but I couldn’t tell you from what country.
      She gave me a really hard time, demanding various numbers, like my SS number and the number from the letter they sent me and my bank account number, and just being generally snotty and supercilious.
      Then she put me onhold for another hour, then came back and said that it had been cleared up.
      Then she said, and I kid you not, “Is there anything else I can help you with?”

      They are trying to infuriate us to the point of violence, is my opinion.

      • DaveO907 August 6, 2022 at 1:25 pm #

        That sounds suspiciously like a scammer, Paula.

        • Paula D August 6, 2022 at 3:37 pm #

          I don’t think so. I called them.
          Could be, I guess. But they got nothing out of it but a $37 check mailed to the IRS.

  15. mitchellc August 5, 2022 at 10:30 am #

    Once again, since the core constraints of depletion, overshoot and degradation are fixed, how does an alternative time line alter any potential outcomes?

    For example, let’s say the US is at the pinnacle of its political greatness, social cohesion and
    Mfg/engineering prowess:

    – How does this avoid fertilizer/feed, harvest and distribution issues effecting food supplies?

    – how do international, national and regional mfg and supply chain networks manage rising fuel, nat gas and elect generation costs?

    The only things different would the the absence of intentional sabotage. Without the elite trying to destroy the most capable, they’d be left to organize managing the decline.

    Which is why the entire set of programs across the board are designed to defeat “regular” people in order to allow the clever and cunning an escape path.

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    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 10:50 am #

      It may be more basic than that. The San Joaquin valley is the US produce breadbasket. Drought is strangling its ability to produce crops. 1/4 of US produce comes from there. Get your wallet out next year.

      You like California wine? Same story, except where the vineyards are, so are the wildfires.

      • SW August 5, 2022 at 3:05 pm #

        OMIGOD! The vineyards are on fire?

  16. cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 10:32 am #

    Apparently they can force a deadly clot shot on us, but when it comes to us venting our anger we have to be locked up? How is this any less wrong that Brittney Griner’s detention? The powers that be should have seen this for what it is: basic hyperbole.

    West Virginia man gets 3 year sentence for threats to Fauci, other officials

    Thomas Patrick Connally Jr. will spend three years in prison followed by three more years of supervised release for his threats against Fauci, former National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins, Department of Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine, a Massachusetts public health official and a religious leader.

    U.S. District Judge Paula Xinis sentenced Connally after he pleaded guilty for using an anonymous email to make gruesome threats against Fauci and others in late 2020 through mid-2021.

    One email to Fauci said that he and his family would be “dragged into the street, beaten to death, and set on fire.”

    Connally also threatened to attack and kill Collins and his family if he continued to promote mandatory vaccinations for COVID-19.

    “Connally admitted that he sent the threats to Drs. Fauci and Collins with the intent to intimidate or interfere with the performance of their official duties and with the intent to retaliate against Dr. Fauci and Dr. Collins for performing their official duties, including discussing COVID-19 and its testing and prevention,” wrote to the Justice Department.

    Connally threatened the three remaining figures with physical violence and death as well.

    “Everyone has the right to disagree, but you do not have the right to threaten a federal official’s life,” said U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland Erek L. Barron. “Threats like these will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”

    Deputy Inspector General for Investigations Christian J. Schrank added: “The public, including public servants, deserve the utmost safety and the assurance that they can perform their duties without interference.”

    • BackRowHeckler August 5, 2022 at 10:41 am #

      Not much was done about threats to Supreme Court Justices. In fact it was encouraged from the highest levels.

      • cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 10:49 am #

        Exactly, the powers that run this show are completely two faced and have no scruples whatsoever.

        I couldn’t agree with Connally more, Fauci and his ilk should be dragged from the beds at night, hung from the highest branch, and set aflame. Now if you don’t hear from me in the coming weeks, it is because I am serving three years hard time for that statement, which again is nothing but hyperbole and intended to vent internal anger and angst that this system is foisting upon us! lol

      • Uncle Bob August 5, 2022 at 10:51 am #

        You don’t actually expect the elites’ toadies to face punishment for breaking laws, do you? Release privileged information, threaten assassinations, send assassins to peoples’ homes, sack major cities — all excused and forgotten. As my late Daddy said, it’s all about who you know and whose side you’re on.

        • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 6:11 pm #

          Hey, now. When Heydrich was decreed that the “real” Germans start pinning those yellow stars on the Joos, you would not have dared interfere with his official duties!

          He was just doing his job!


          • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 6:12 pm #

            Edit: no “wuz”

    • sanspeur August 5, 2022 at 11:23 am #

      “The public, including public servants, deserve the utmost safety and the assurance that they can perform their duties without interference.”

      Unless you are one of the conservative SOTUS’s

    • TPTB-USA August 5, 2022 at 11:56 am #

      [Deputy Inspector General for Investigations Christian J. Schrank added: “The public, including public servants, deserve the utmost safety and the assurance that they can perform their duties without interference.”]

      cowbell81, are law enforcement officers considered “public servants”?

      • cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 12:57 pm #

        I am sure that according to the liberal BLM loving federal judiciary, the boys in blue are not considered “public servants” under their definition. But as we’ve lately learned, all definitions are subject to revision and modification upon any whim to serve any purpose necessary.

        • TPTB-USA August 5, 2022 at 1:22 pm #

          That which is burned into my mind is Portland law enforcement officers having to deal with a barrage of incoming projectiles night after night, with the only logical explanation being that this is what system failure looks like.

    • Bilejones August 5, 2022 at 12:44 pm #

      ” any less wrong that Brittney Griner’s detention”

      There is nothing wrong about Brittney Griners detention.

      The stupid bitch tried to smuggle an illegal drug into Russia.

      She deserves whatever punishment Russian law requires.

      • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 2:09 pm #

        People have been coming up with examples of Americans rotting in foreign jails over drug charges, all over the internet.

        The difference with this one is s(he) hates the good old USA until she needs a favor.

        Britney seems to have gotten a fair trial, which is more than Alex Jones is getting.

        • SW August 5, 2022 at 3:10 pm #

          It would be a good idea if the coaches required the team to watch Midnight Express before they enter another country. Many take their drug laws seriously and even if they’re our allies (which Russia obviously isn’t) will prosecute anyone who crosses them.

          • stelmosfire August 5, 2022 at 3:17 pm #


        • Redneck Liberal August 5, 2022 at 8:20 pm #

          ’ Britney seems to have gotten a fair trial, which is more than Alex Jones is getting.

          Haha…Jones didn’t even get a trial – he, or his lawyers, were to arrogant or incompetent to defend himself. Summary Judgement isn’t a new thing. Now he’s hit for $45 million. Still, according to Night Howler, it’s just “a drop in the bucket” for this extremely successful grifter.

          • MaryQueen August 5, 2022 at 10:53 pm #

            He’ll win on appeal.

            Stupidest verdict ever.

            You libs love censorship and the end of freedom of speech, and long for the days when ‘hate speech’ can ruin your life.

            What an idiot you are.

          • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 10:16 am #

            The Rednut is very excited again.


    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder August 5, 2022 at 2:50 pm #

      “Everyone has the right to disagree, but you do not have the right to threaten a federal official’s life”

      Did he not threaten ours? Not only that, our very livelihoods, family/housing security, and the right to enjoy normal life in this country?

      That guy’s email was vulgar and stupid, and he should be prosecuted…but not because he threatened a “federal official”, for the luvva God. Because he threatened a person.

      They’ve got us accepting the idea that these “federal officials” (whom the people literally employ at their behest, and by definition are down the food chain from the masses of private citizens) are actually “betterer” than us…and therefore, threatening one of them is somehow worse than threatening old Sammy down at the liquor store.

      Ah, but here I am pretending our Constitution still holds any sway over the laws of the land…silly me.

    • Redneck Liberal August 5, 2022 at 8:15 pm #

      Are you seriously DEFENDING this fool?

      • MaryQueen August 5, 2022 at 10:53 pm #

        Words kill people right, RL?

      • GreenAlba August 6, 2022 at 5:47 am #


        You don’t need to be rich to attract attention for just, you know, speaking. In the UK, if your house gets burgled, you’ve probably got about a 3 percent chance of the police doing anything about it.

        However, utter something the alphabet people don’t like and half a dozen supposedly overworked police officers will appear at your door because you caused someone ‘anxiety’. Because being burgled apparently doesn’t cause anxiety so people can be left to deal with that themselves.


        The British police have been referred to as the paramilitary wing of The Guardian, which says it all really. And on the subject of The Guardian, the ‘journalists’ Paul Mason and Carole Cadwalladr (British Brainwashing Corporation/Channel 4 News/The Guardian) have been publicly outed as working for the British intelligence services.

        Any comments from our ‘open-minded’ friend?

        • GreenAlba August 6, 2022 at 6:32 am #

          When I say ‘publicly’ outed, I obviously don’t mean that you’re going to read about it in the mainstream press. But for people, unlike yourself, who are able to look for information outside of the prescribed channels, it’s public.

        • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 1:08 pm #

          Several police showed up at Kellie-Jay Keen’s door a couple of weeks ago, for being “untoward about pedophiles” on one of her YouTube videos.

          As we can see, they are quietly but determinedly working the “P” into the alphabet peoples’ lineup.

          That’s what the drag queen crap is about. Normalizing adult sexual fetish into young kids, removing boundaries, etc.

          • GreenAlba August 6, 2022 at 1:30 pm #

            Yep, that one was infinitely worse than what the army vet. had to put up with. ‘Untoward about pedophiles’ takes some beating, but it’s all a work in progress, so maybe it’ll finish with slanderous about Satan. 🙂

      • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 6:08 pm #

        Yes, Soylet.

  17. Zoltar August 5, 2022 at 10:35 am #

    For those of us not living in blinkered denial it has seemed obvious enough in recent years that China is methodically positioning itself to succeed the US as the world’s hegemon.

    But now we hear that through some combination of financial corruption and colossal misallocation of capital China has also shot itself in the foot and may be nearing its own collapse.

    With Europe in political tatters it appears that the nation best positioned for the foreseeable future is Russia, with immense natural resources, advantageous climate change, and an economy that was forced to learn self sufficiency after being plundered by its oligarchs, in league with predatory US financiers, a third of a century ago.

    If our idiotic “leaders” don’t manage to incinerate the planet before our collapse drops us beneath the threshold of being a significant player in the world’s events, Mother Russia – the nation of Tolstoy and Tchaikovsky, Sputnik and Putin – may turn out to be the default winner of The Great Game.

    • Uncle Bob August 5, 2022 at 10:55 am #

      Read Ezekiel 38 and 39. It won’t be Russia that takes over, though their alliance with the Islamist countries will be terrifying.

      • Zoltar August 5, 2022 at 11:42 am #

        Read Mad Magazine, Issue #42. It’s a great deal more entertaining than the Bible, and every bit as politically pertinent to today’s world.

        • elysianfield August 5, 2022 at 11:59 am #


          Why the snark? The Bible has many fine suggestions towards leading a more fulling life. As an example;

          …Go sell your shit and buy a Glock~Jesus (paraphrased)

        • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 11:59 am #

          I think the Mad Magazine of old had a major influence on who I am today.

          • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 12:31 pm #

            We’re all Alfred E. Neuman now!

        • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 2:28 pm #

          It cracks me up that Uncle Bob seems to think we all know what Ezekiel says.

          • hmuller August 6, 2022 at 11:46 am #

            He doesn’t assume you know what Ezekiel says, he gives you the referenced chapters. Even if you don’t own a bible, I’ll bet it’s online. So look it up or don’t.
            Your complaint against Uncle Bob is without merit. Dismissed.

          • messianicdruid August 6, 2022 at 8:01 pm #

            The “land of unwalled villages” certainly is NOT In Palestine.

    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 10:59 am #

      Russia is the natural resource source of the future for Eurasia. They have their little collection of former SSRs around the Caspian sea as the source.

      The US and Europe think that Greta’s solution will stop Russia’s ascent but as Ukraine shows, they are full of BS.

      Russia need to grow a consumer base, it needs supply side economics balanced with increasing demand. Hmmm, is there anyone in the area who can supply lots of demand, 1.6 billion units of demand. That does not even include India with another 1.6 billion.

      BRICS is the future and the rest of the world is starting to realize it.

      • hmuller August 6, 2022 at 11:56 am #

        Oh no! All those Asians living better lives will create a shitload of CO2! Greta will throw a conniption fit. We should all live in hovels, sleeping next to pigs for warmth, eating bugs, having no children until humanity dies off or at least gets down to 500 million. Get with the Schwaben Plan!

  18. Edge Lordin’ August 5, 2022 at 10:39 am #

    Not who. What

    The people of Avarice
    As always
    As always
    You only know apathy in its face
    Your Justice is bought
    Your leaders are bought

    Slaves to the eternal people of Avarice:

    Halls of justice painted green
    Money talking
    Power wolves beset your door
    Hear them stalking
    Soon you’ll please their appetite
    They devour
    Hammer of justice crushes you

    The ultimate in vanity
    Exploiting their supremacy
    I can’t believe the things you say
    I can’t believe
    I can’t believe the price you pay
    Nothing can save you

    Apathy their stepping stone
    So unfeeling
    Hidden deep animosity
    So deceiving
    Through your eyes their light burns
    Hoping to find
    Inquisition sinking you
    With prying minds

    The ultimate in vanity
    Exploiting their supremacy
    I can’t believe the things you say
    I can’t believe
    I can’t believe the price you pay
    Nothing can save you

    Lady Justice has been raped
    Truth assassin
    Rolls of red tape seal your lips
    Now you’re done in
    Their money tips her scales again
    Make your deal
    Just what is truth? I cannot tell
    Cannot feel

    The ultimate in vanity
    Exploiting their supremacy
    I can’t believe the things you say
    I can’t believe
    I can’t believe the price we pay
    Nothing can save us

    Justice is lost
    Justice is raped
    Justice is gone
    Pulling your strings
    Justice is done
    Seeking no truth
    Winning is all
    Find it so grim
    So true
    So real

    Seeking no truth
    Winning is all
    Find it so grim
    So true
    So real

  19. malthuss August 5, 2022 at 10:51 am #

    Since 1965 [immigration act] USA population has doubled, and trouble more than doubled.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 12:11 pm #

      Since the Obama administration, the amount of immigration from the Shithole countries is off the charts.

      We were never going to be allowed to curtail chain immigration, because businesses like Walmart want the government to continue to supply them with a steady stream of customers, because after the last big economic crash, so many Americans were forced to limit discretionary spending, and to cut up their credit cards in particular.

      A worker at a major hospital told me that they all noticed that the foreign hires would do two things as soon as they got here- gain weight (processed food from the mega corporations) and lease an SUV (support the auto industry).

      • malthuss August 5, 2022 at 3:45 pm #

        I saw a bit of this in a news clip. Somewhere [Illinois? Michigan?] there was a line to apply for government housing.

        Who was in the line? Fat muslims arriving in SUVs.

    • Bilejones August 5, 2022 at 12:49 pm #

      Ron Unz has pointed out that to blame the ’65 act is wrong. The main issue is the population growth in the native countries. And as in Africa that can be blamed on the pathological altruism of Whites: determined to improve the lot of all other races even if it means the destruction of their own.

      • EdD August 5, 2022 at 3:07 pm #

        Ron is wrong. Population growth in other countries doesn’t automatically translate into immigration to the US, and the misguided altruism he describes has no bearing on what the US politicians do.

        Ron believes in the covid myth. That, to me, shows that his ideas are as apt to be wrong as those of anyone else.

        • spaingaroo August 5, 2022 at 4:46 pm #

          he also believes the vax myth, so he is almost lost.
          His essay on denial is still important material

        • Bilejones August 5, 2022 at 5:29 pm #

          He also pointed out that the 65 act enacted the first restrictions on Mexicans moving to the US.
          Prior to that there were none.

          You may claim in hindsight that the restrictions should have been stricter but the 65 act did not make it easier.

  20. malthuss August 5, 2022 at 10:52 am #

    driverless trucks
    self checkout

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    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 11:02 am #

      The great surprise!

      When all the manufacturing is going to be brought back the the US (?), it will all be done by AI and robots. So better keep your low paid, service sector jobs.

      BTW, those returning “jobs” will be owned by China.

      • malthuss August 5, 2022 at 11:18 am #

        Satrap of asia.

        farmland, businesses, smith field foods.

        Why Did Smithfield Foods Sell to a China-Based Company?

        • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 2:30 pm #

          That’s how capitalism works.

      • thirdcoastlegend August 5, 2022 at 1:04 pm #

        Obama already made a Netflix documentary about a Chinese takeover of a factory in Ohio.

        • SW August 5, 2022 at 3:15 pm #

          I saw that and hope everyone will watch it. The Chinese have contempt for us and are willing to work themselves to death and can’t understand why Americans aren’t. If this is the future, it’s joyless.

          • thirdcoastlegend August 5, 2022 at 3:42 pm #

            Well, the joyless future being imposed by the CCP is why they now have the twin, “lay flat,” and, “let it rot,” youth movements in China.

            All perfectly legal and toxic to the economic engine that props up the CCP.

            There are similar trends in the West as the WEF attempts to impose its dystopia.

          • SpeedyBB August 5, 2022 at 10:13 pm #

            tcl, don’t leave out the hikikomori, who refuse to leave their rooms. Okaachan brings their plates of food to their door and picks up the dirty ones, along with his (all male, from what I’ve read) laundry. She and Otoosan do not know what to do with their withdrawn, sullen, useless son who graduated with a degree in whatever-whatever but refuses to cut his hair and put on a white shirt and tie to compete for a rapidly-shrinking number of jobs with the corporations. Or even work as a wage slave in the factories or retail. Son seems to have a ‘mental problem’ but there are several million just like him all over the country, industriously competing through a video game network, so he’s in good company.

            Japan, former shrine to ‘lifetime employment’ (get that job, work in company housing, marry a company woman, hit all the numbers and retire at 55 with a decent pension) has followed the western countries into a much more precarious environment. I read somewhere that not one portable DVD-with-speaker player is made in Japan any more. Zero. Even my Panasonic Lumix, a fairly high-tech mid-range SLR, comes out of a Chinese factory. Export the jobs? Give away the technology?

            Hey Japan is just in tune with the trend.

        • Alzaebo August 5, 2022 at 4:31 pm #

          Well, the Empire of Dust was just so tiresome…

    • D from OR August 5, 2022 at 11:18 am #

      Breaking down.
      No parts.
      No one to fix them.

      • SpeedyBB August 5, 2022 at 10:20 pm #

        “…no one to FIX them…”?

        From what I’ve seen, not only can most IC-based equipment not be repaired, but the ill-named “service people” are either told to replace entire units or are too lazy to trace problems and choose just to slot in a whole new (& expensive) motherboard.

        Much of the evil is in design. Power supply goes out on a laptop? No more audio? Sorry, have to replace the entire unit. It’s all designed as one.

        I have an $1800 H-P laptop / tablet unit that has gone through two of its cute, thin, fancy aluminum keyboards. One key doesn’t work and BINGO you’re looking at a $ 300 replacement. So now I’m using a $ 40 Logitech bluetooth unit that works better than my original in any case.

        I imagine the mountains of global electronic waste, traditionally an eyesore and potential health hazard, are soaring to Everest heights.

  21. Saskafrass August 5, 2022 at 11:07 am #

    Was speaking with my Aunt last night, she asked me my opinion on how things are going.
    I said in my opinion this Taiwan debacle is more about resource scarcity and hoarding by the West Taiwan government in the mainland than politics.
    Something is coming and the global cooperation that that we have seen since the start of covid is failing.
    It is rapidly turning into every nation for himself, and positioning for AFTER, whatever is going to upset the global apple cart.
    The mother WEFers in government seem to be setting up private fiefdoms as do many of the corporate heads.

    How about let’s just not be serfs thus time around?

    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 11:39 am #

      What do you do with the masses that are displaced? Remember share cropping, the direct descendent of slavery? Then sharecropping was destroyed by the internal combustion engine. The Grapes of Wrath folks drove off to the promised land during the Depression to find that the US is NO promised land. The problem was eventually solved by sending these folks over to Europe and the Pacific to be killed. The survivors created the 1950s and the MIC. The presence of the MIC and places like Korea, VietNam and Iraq ensured we would never fall off the economic cliff again.

      Until now!

      What is going to happen to a country that depends on a war every twenty years to survive? When war becomes obsolete?

      • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 12:14 pm #

        I learned about the Dust Bowl in school, of course, but I didn’t fully understand how it was caused by government “experts” until decades later.

        • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 2:31 pm #

          How was it caused by government experts?

          • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 3:11 pm #

            I’m no expert myself, but the government pushed farming methods that worked in places where it rained a lot, on the Great Plains, where it didn’t.

            There was a severe drought, and you can’t keep plowing during a severe drought.

            It’s still a controversy, exactly how it happened, but the way we learned it in school made it seem like the ignorant Okies ignored a century of good agricultural practices.

            Here’s one article that focuses on the government’s role:

            The United States Government’s Role in the Dust Bowl

            How the U.S. government contributed to both the downfall and recovery of the Great Plains and its farmers


          • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 3:40 pm #

            B of O. Paula

            One of the main creators of the Dust Bowl was the way they plowed. Contour plowing followed the lay of the land in the East to prevent water runoff from eroding the land.

            Well, the west has neither contours no run off. It does have wind and lots of it at times. When that wind blew across that nicely furrowed miles of plowed land, it peeled it up and blew it way up in the sky. I think Europe got alot of our topsoil. The dust storms were awesome, but they drove the folks off the land. Some areas of the Great Plains had 20 feet of topsoil before and less than a foot after.

            BTW, when the “experts” finally figured it out, the correct method was to divide up the land into sections so that the wind could not peel up dirt for miles and miles of plowed land. Windbreaks between the sections would slow down the wind near the surface.

            That is the good news. The bad news is corporate farming that is undoing alot of the “fix” to get more production from those windbreak areas. More bad news is that the Ogallala aquifer that supplies sprinkler water for marginal crop land is drying up. When finished, Man is going to turn the Great Plains into a desert again. It will take millions of years to recover its fertility and aquifer.

          • Alzaebo August 5, 2022 at 4:40 pm #

            The extensive root system of the Plains grasses holding the soil were ripped up to plant wheat in a huge government-subsidised ag program.

            Because, of course, government diddling in wheat pricing had wrecked the wheat markets.

          • Amman August 5, 2022 at 5:27 pm #

            A lot of facts all ending with the lamest conclusion. You ever heard about the NAWAPA project?

          • SpeedyBB August 5, 2022 at 10:26 pm #

            WOW Amman, NAWAPA. Talk about “think big”. Reminds me of those unbelievably grandiose USSR projects that ended up wrecking the Caspian Sea and much of the land. But who was going to spoil Soso’s fancy?

            I’d call it a “the bullet missed me” for Canada as well.

          • Amman August 6, 2022 at 6:49 am #

            Big claim. The Caspian Sea is still exporting caviar in 2022.

          • Paula D August 7, 2022 at 6:56 pm #

            I wouldn’t call handing out free land a government expert failure.
            More like a government planning failure. Pretty sure that land had been handed to the Indians when they were moved from their original homes.
            But yeah, plowing up the prairie was a bad thing to do.
            My dad was in the CCC, which was a government works program that did a lot of good. They did plant millions of trees and they created a national park where I live now.
            My dad built paths and fought forest fires where he was.
            I still support setasides for marginal land, although you have people just as ignorant as the Okies screaming about “farmers getting paid not to plant”, even today.
            Yes, there is land not suitable for plowing and land better used for wetlands and land better used for wildlife and land better used to protect waterways.
            But if you don’t pay the owners not to rip it up, they will rip it up.
            So a wise people support protecting their country, including its land, waters and wildlife.

          • SpeedyBB August 7, 2022 at 10:29 pm #

            Thank you for the correction to my rant, Amman. It was the ARAL Sea, not the Caspian, that got poisoned.

    • thirdcoastlegend August 5, 2022 at 1:05 pm #


      There certainly are signs that the sociopaths the very top are no longer moving in lockstep.

      Anything that can be done to encourage infighting among them is a good thing.

      • Saskafrass August 5, 2022 at 1:34 pm #

        I agree. That’s another reason that social media is becoming a wasteland. Our betters read it too. Their understanding of things is not what they are being told by the tech giants.
        Too much censoring, too many deleted posts. This doesn’t not make for an accurate assessment of reality. Not to mention how much is outright lies by virtue signaling sycophants who only want to impress others and actually have zero skin in the game?
        Too much info is slipping out, and the people of all walks of life have decided that they would rather believe their own lying eyes rather than the voices of authority.

        • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 2:37 pm #

          They don’t want people being exposed to reality.
          The reason social media is being censored is that we the people were using it to spread news and opinions horizontally, without censorship.
          Our ruling overlords were used to putting the “news” out top down, beamed into each house or car, with the recipient unable to vet the information or to know how the other proles were responding to it.
          Then came social media and we started calling out the bullshit, real time. The clever memes were the broadsheets of the 21st century.
          Our rulers were alarmed! How dare we contradict their edicts!
          Starting in 2017, using Russigate as their excuse, they hauled the CEOs of Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Google in front of Congress and threatened them with dire consequences if they didn’t start censoring the uppity proles.
          The result is what we have today – people who speak out being censored, banned and even imprisoned.
          Everyone else sees this and self-censors accordingly.
          But they are not done yet. They won’t be satisfied until there is complete compliance with the Official Narrative and no one dares to speak out.

    • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 2:10 pm #

      I said quite some time ago that I could imagine the US splitting up, and there have been recent calls for discussion of the concept in several states.

      I could imagine something similar happening in parts of Europe, too.

      • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 3:48 pm #

        The EU and America have no choice but to split up. Why?

        Because people in both cannot even talk to each other, have little in common, are ethnocentritic, and do not have governments that represent all diverse sides. The US used to have a representative government, but the advent of the Deep State against the people has stopped that. Congress, with an approval rating hovering around 12%, no longer represents the people.

        To those folks who are in denial about the possibility, look around. USSR and the Balkans are good examples.

        The EU is a recent creation that has no reason to exist. Eventually places with no reason to exist, do not.

        • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 6:29 pm #

          The EU was created to further the centralization project. Getting Europe in lockstep would have been nearly impossible without the EU. European countries share few common values and populations are very homogenous.

          And, unsurprisingly, it is the EU now trying to force medical tyranny and the digital ID and Internet of Bodies on member states.

    • Alzaebo August 5, 2022 at 4:34 pm #

      Shades of USSR apparatchniks becoming the new oligarchs (by taking over their formerly state-owned enterprises.)

  22. Dr. Coyote August 5, 2022 at 11:10 am #

    >>>But the process could conceivably invite an attempted Chinese takeover of the USA, if not militarily, then in a way similar to America’s asset-stripping operations in the collapsed Soviet Union

    This is the possibility that worries me the most.

    • malthuss August 5, 2022 at 11:19 am #

      America’s asset-stripping operations in the collapsed Soviet Union
      I read it was russian oligarchs that got the bling in X USSR.

      attempted Chinese takeover of the USA,..ATTEMPTED???

      • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 2:39 pm #

        The Harvard boys and the Vulcans moved in and taught the oligarchs how to strip.
        The US made out like the bandits they are.
        That is why they hate Putin so much. He put a stop to the worst of it.
        They want their greedy hands back on the wealth of Russia and they will not stop until they get it.

      • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 2:56 pm #

        But China already has a good deal of US property.
        They don’t have to overthrow the government to get it, that is how the US works, he who has the money makes the rules and gets the loot.
        They had to overthrow the USSR because the wealth was owned by the people, with the bureaucrats supposedly as trustees.
        But starting in the 80s, the bureaucrats were wooed by US capitalists and promised great riches if they would overthrow the government.
        I have a facebook friend who was a young Russian immigrant in the 80s and she was hired to translate for the Russians who came to America to be wooed by the likes of Rockefeller.
        She said she didn’t understand what was going on, but she knew that it wasn’t a fishing trip, they way they told her. Now she understands.
        Anyway, they held a referendum in the USSR in early 1991 and the vast majority of the people voted to keep the Soviet Union.
        But just like in the USA money won. The leaders of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus signed a decree dissolving the USSR and that was the end of that.
        The citizens were thrown into instant poverty and violence and they died like flies, called “life expectancy dropped dramatically” by the media spinmasters.
        One of the podcasters on Triggernometry is a Russian immigrant and he talked about what happened. One day people had jobs, food, pensions and security and the next day they had nothing.
        But I digress. Americans have never had security and have always had the knowledge that money can buy anything and nothing can stand in its way.

        • Anthea August 6, 2022 at 1:20 am #

          @ Paula D:

          I appreciate your explanation. I was never clear about how the collapse of the USSR came about–which I gather was that US capitalistd simply bought off the government.

          The same scenario is in progress in the US. China has been purchasing national assets and bought the government some time ago. Others, too, such as various oligarchs, have been buying US asset, such as farmland. So we may be seeing a re-play of the breakup of the USSR on our own soil.

          Maybe we’ll see the US government collapse at the federal level and the US split up into several separate nations. That would mean an end to federal funding of every kind: Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, public housing, welfare, food stamps, education, and probably a lot of other things I am unaware of.

          Breakaway states would be hard-pressed to pay for any of this, even things they have been partially funding all along. They might very well have their hands full trying to keep some kind of lid on crime and violence.

          If the govenments of the breakaway nations were honest (which is not very likely), they’d kick out the big banks, probably by encouraging them to sell their “assets” (mortgages and other loans) to community banks for pennies on the dollar (take what they offer or pound sand), with the community banks re-writing the loans to reflect a much-reduced price.

          If the breakaway states didn’t fo this, the big banks would own pretty much everthing: farmland, retail, most people’s homes, and probably such manufacturing as still exists in the US. All businesses, even very small ones, are very dependent on credit, as are farms. Credit could be hard to come by, and I suspect that if the new nation kicked out the big banks (as Russia did, at least in the case of the Rothschilds) some form of revenge would ensue.

          • TPTB-USA August 6, 2022 at 10:59 am #

            Perhaps an easier way to wigi the future is to think in terms of currency collapse.

  23. elysianfield August 5, 2022 at 11:18 am #

    Well, ladies and germs;

    It appears that the incident in Taiwan is winding down from the potentially kinetic to the incentivised negotiation phase;

    The Chinese have now, as an incentive to peace, has offered evry citizen in Taiwan free education;

    CHINA SET TO PURSUE “REEDUCATION” OF TAIWAN CITIZENS FOLLOWING REUNIFICATION: China’s ambassador to France said Wednesday that Beijing would pursue a program of reeducation of the Taiwanese population following the upcoming reunification of the country with the mainland. Chinese diplomat Lu Shaye threatened a crackdown on Taiwanese independence groups and said they would receive the same treatment as China’s Uyghur religious minorities. (AC: China will likely seek to depopulate Taiwan immediately after reunification in order to run its reeducation program and put loyalist mainland Chinese officials in charge of taking control of the island’s local economy. Expect Taiwanese who express loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party to be returned to positions of authority in government and business, while those who are viewed as politically unreliable are banished to work camps on the mainland and possibly its far western provinces. The ethnic and political cleansing will likely be more drastic than that which is occurring in Hong Kong now. – M.M.)

    Sooo, a tempest in a teapot….The Uyghurs, a minority in China, now receive this benefit…not unlike our minority population in the US….

    • elysianfield August 5, 2022 at 11:19 am #


    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 11:41 am #

      Again, China has found out it can buy the world with its influence.

    • Jarek August 5, 2022 at 12:24 pm #

      The Uyghurs have a strong Caucasian input into their genome. Thus they are far more criminal than other Chinese groups. If you want someone murdered, you hire a Uyghur. The Muslim culture doesn’t hurt either of course.

    • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 3:00 pm #

      All they really have to do is throw out the western NGOs and remove their propaganda from the schools.
      When you indoctrinate the children you control the society within a couple of decades.
      Look at the USA.

    • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 3:05 pm #

      Or look at what happened in Ukraine. 8 years of hateful propaganda and there is an entire generation indoctrinated to hate and kill Russians.
      The US donated “books” to help the cause.
      .youtube. com/watch?v=-fsGeM1mWD4

  24. elysianfield August 5, 2022 at 11:28 am #

    …And…and here’s hoping for a “just transition”””

    WEF: DECARBONIZE SIX CRITICAL INDUSTRIES: According to a report from the World Economic Forum (WEF), 80% of global emissions come from just six industries: oil, natural gas, steel, cement, aluminum, and ammonia. The WEF report calls for “deep decarbonization” of these industries by adopting “net-zero transformation” of urban expansion and agriculture, which would cut fertilizer use. The report calls for “more decisive action” to drive $2.1 trillion in investment capital to improve technology and develop new green infrastructure. (AC: The WEF admits that these steps will drive up costs for end users. Input costs for so-called “green” steel will increase by 25-50%, prices for green cement will increase 50-85%, green aluminum prices will increase by 38%, and green ammonia prices will increase by 10-100%. The report warns that rising energy and fertilizer costs during this process will disrupt food and energy security, adding that “governments will have to carefully monitor and balance these cost increases for a just transition.” – M.S.)

    And further…

    CANADA’S PRAIRIE PROVINCES IN REVOLT: The Prairie Provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba unanimously rejected Ottawa’s latest proposed fertilizer reduction policy. The policy, part of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s new climate plan, includes a reduction in nitrogen emissions from fertilizers. The fertilizer reduction plan is similar to one that the Netherlands government is trying to impose on its farming industry, an action that resulted in open rebellion and civil unrest across the country. On Wednesday, the premiers (equivalent to governors in the U.S.) referred to Trudeau’s climate plan as a “starvation policy” for Canadians. (AC: Trudeau appears committed to the fertilizer reduction component of the climate plan even though analysts believe that the proposed 30% reduction in fertilizer use would significantly reduce crop yields and harm national food security. Expect strong resistance from the traditionally conservative prairie provinces as government credibility is already diminished over the use of strong-arm tactics by security services in putting down the freedom trucker prote

    Yesss…there will be a “just transition”…it will be a Utopia, and you will like it…WEF got BIG plans for you….

    • mitchellc August 5, 2022 at 11:55 am #

      Again, for the umpteenth time, you and other commenters don’t win any points foe being snarky & sarcastic.

      Maybe you are able to demonstrate your insight and knowledge of issues among normal people, but here you’re supposed to up your game to play inside baseball.

      The point being, our generation will be cast as remiss of being environmentally conscious and lacking social responsibility.

      Remember, absolute control of media is one of the 5 power zones (security state, political parties, finance, industry & media).

      The new citizens, with no memory of surplus, will remember us as selfish, greedy pigs who brought the entire situation on ourselves. In this way, they will experience the virtue of the great reset as they jointly share the burden of scarcity.

      You’ve got to think ahead and project prposed solutions from a WEF perspective to see how the programs make absolute logical sense. Every step is intentional, every “crisis” stage managed to advance their agenda.

      This is the inside game, knowing the why, rather than just observing the what. A fan cheers at a strikeout; the pro anticipates the next player moves by the respective managers.

      • elysianfield August 5, 2022 at 12:10 pm #

        To further describe the current and future outrages in a seriious manner seeking “solutions” is both pedantic and a superficial. Of course, each and every outrage is intentionally designed to further corrupt our current culture.

        You might consider the “inside game” as one which the players are all wearing assless chaps, the large crowd drawn by the “free dildo night” at the stadium…and free monkeypox screening for the first 1000 fans.

        I’ll keep the snark….

      • BackRowHeckler August 5, 2022 at 12:12 pm #

        Ah The Long Game — that’s what really counts.

        But we’re used to thinking of cleaning up in the next quarter only, let the future take care of itself.

        I like the way you look at the Big Picture, Mitch.

      • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 3:08 pm #

        Yeah, I remember the Evil Reagan coming in on the platform screaming that judicious use of resources was “they want us to freeze to death in the dark”
        Fuck the kids! We’ll use it all up and let them freeze to death in the dark. And they ramped up the use of resources exponentially.
        And 42 years later here we are, all gonna freeze to death in the dark, us and the kids and their kids, to boot

      • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 3:55 pm #

        One comment Mitchellc

        Up until recently, folks had an abundance of resources to work with and lots of space to move into if things became too congested.

        There is not a big increase of greedy pigs, but a big increase in competition for the resources that remain. Man has always had to compete and it is getting worse.

        Man has not changed, his conditions have. The wealthy are consolidating their resources right now. It will do them little good in the next Turning.

    • thirdcoastlegend August 5, 2022 at 1:06 pm #

      I wish the WEF good luck setting up all the datacenters in their techno-dystopia without cheap and abundant aluminum.

      • SpeedyBB August 6, 2022 at 12:33 am #

        Yes tcl, I have read in other places about the end of easy-to-mine bauxite, iron ore, nickel, etc. Maybe a good time to get into the aluminum recycling business?

  25. thwack August 5, 2022 at 11:37 am #

    The Ukraine end game is for Russian to annex the east up to the Dnieper river, and then turn the rest into a giant “West bank/Gaza strip.”

    In other words, a perpetual “failed state” deeply in debt, racked with division, corrupt, and fully dependent on NGOs and foreign aid for basic necessities/functionality

    Like the Israelis, the Russians will still hafta launch the occasional bombings, missile strikes and assassinations to maintain Ukraine as a giant open air prison/ghetto…

    But that will also transform Ukraine into a utility to test new weapons and tactics just like the Israelis do on the Palestinians.

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    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 11:47 am #

      Ukraine is a proxy fight, Ukainians are dying so that the US and Russia do not have to fight directly.

      I agree with your description of the ends for the Russians. I believe their world were at the beginning, they were going to wreck Ukraine so that it is of no use to NATO.

      Sweden and Finland, I hope you are watching closely.

    • mitchellc August 5, 2022 at 12:02 pm #

      Again, we all know this. Maybe a BIL can be impressed by a non corp media “stand with ukraine” explanation, but here you have to go a step further.

      If the US cannot control the last great stores, how does the dollar survive? Who wins if a commodity backed alternative grows in use?

      How does a fractured society compete against unified nationalism in Russia, China, India, et al? Will we see whites from US and Europe migrate to Russia?

      • DaveO907 August 5, 2022 at 1:35 pm #

        Already happening. Techies and farmers. From Australia too.

        • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 2:05 pm #

          Nah. A parallel society is the answer. The resources and manpower is there. If the chaos gets as bad as the Great Reseters would like, there will be no other choice.

          Centralization is against nature, and will not succeed in the long term.

          • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 2:05 pm #

            “are there”

      • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 3:57 pm #

        Yup! Expats are already increasing.

      • Woodchuck August 7, 2022 at 10:23 am #

        The way this all ends up might just piss everyone off, no matter what part of the political spectrum you are on. It goes like this.

        Russia becomes a prosperous and happy Christian nation, and her state sponsored religion will be unified. She’s well off because she still has a vast portion of the world’s remaining unexploited natural resources.

        Russians won’t be wasting time or energy on disputes about how to interpret the Bible. They are part of the Eastern Orthodox Church, the part that split off from fallen Rome in around 1054 AD. The Eastern Church never had any Christian religious wars or Reformations. The Russians will have internal harmony due to all being on the same page and having a common culture that. Outside Russia’s borders will be business as usual with the road warrior stuff accompanied by widespread ignorance, cultural confusion, poverty, and church leaders who still won’t be able to get along with each other or work in any sort of unified way. That might be a result of all the satanic stuff they allowed in like the “Prosperity Gospel” or the pedophilia and homosexuality going in the Roman Clergy.

        I wonder if James H K believes in a real satan that is a self aware entity from some other dimension – or if satan is just the label we place on a way of thinking?

    • BackRowHeckler August 5, 2022 at 12:05 pm #

      Thwack, I think you are being overly cynical. Yes, Russia will annex Eastern Ukraine, which is historical Russian territory and already majority Russian speaking. But comparing that to the situation in the Levant is a stretch. In the 1st place any Israeli action into Palestinian territory is always a response to incoming missiles or a terror attack on Israeli citizens.

      • elysianfield August 5, 2022 at 12:14 pm #


        …And we can now, again, refer to the acquisition as “The Ukraine”….

        • cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 12:52 pm #

          To many of us here and abroad, it has always been “the” Ukraine and always will be “the” Ukraine. It is a nothing place on the map, the borderlands, and God-willing that is what it will remain.

          • BackRowHeckler August 5, 2022 at 2:49 pm #

            It is also the Bloodlands.

          • Woodchuck August 7, 2022 at 10:06 am #

            The Ukraine part of the world has a lot of flat and rich terrain that is prime farmland. It was the perfect place for armies to go marching through. Warriors on fast horses loved the place and there was probably plenty of stored food for the soldiers to pillage. It’s the corridor that ancient armies from the East or the West used in search of new territory to conquer. Thats why Western Ukraine is such a mess. The people living there are very bitter about the horrors endured in all the past centuries whereby various empires came in, conquered, and then left them stranded as the latest empire came in and mistreated them because they were the “other”. The land has always been a broken breadbasket. Read about the terrible famine that happened in Ukraine as the Soviets took over.

    • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 3:16 pm #

      Ukrainians don’t breed like the Palestinians do. They won’t be so overcrowded.
      Also they have resources lusted after by the west, plus the west can use them to stage missiles to periodically launch at Russia (I guess that part is the same.)
      They will be stripped even more than they already are. Poland will probably annex Galacia (and then regret it).

    • Amman August 5, 2022 at 4:36 pm #

      Wrong – The ‘endgame’ is a hegemon a skeleton of its former self.

  26. dilbert113 August 5, 2022 at 11:57 am #

    Chicken Little always says the sky is falling, but the sky never falls.

    • mitchellc August 5, 2022 at 12:13 pm #

      I guess you’ve never traveled. As a kid, i climbed over the ruins of balbek (before the Lebanese Civil war). I’ve toured all the great historical sites in Italy, Greece and turkey.

      Walked around Stonehenge before it became a thing and was fenced off. I’ve see the last of the old growth trees in the ME, thousands of years after they were cut down.

      The point being, everything decays and dies. It takes titanic effort to keep anything going, and requires absolutely massive inputs of energy to make it happen.

      In short, no tickie, no Washie. Understand this incredibly simple truth, and every false belief, every wishful fantasy falls away. You’re left facing the essential nature of life, and are now able to perceive a few others who have also reached enlightenment.

      But wait, what are they doing? Ah yes, their own survival mechanism has kicked in, and they’re busy trying to prevent anyone else getting aboard the life raft.

      To you it’s crystal clear, but to others still trapped in the fog, all they hear are soothing assurances of helpful assistance as they’re led to their doom.

      • Edge Lordin’ August 5, 2022 at 12:26 pm #

        Welcome to Earth:

        nobody gets out alive

        everything is trying to kill you
        for your energy

        even your fellow
        always has been the way
        always will be

        when you die
        your offspring gather your energy
        the societal manifestation of your labor
        your energy expenditure converted to currency
        and they feed off it

        after a few words before lowering you into a hole
        or converting what little energy is left in your corpse
        into smoke

      • thirdcoastlegend August 5, 2022 at 1:09 pm #

        Your third paragraph is exactly why the globalist shutdown of cheap and abundant energy will merely produce a Humpty Dumpty type situation.

        They’re not going to be building anything without energy.

        • Woodchuck August 7, 2022 at 12:28 pm #

          Likely what will be built is a new living infrastructure built out of the scraps of the old. Lack of motor fuels will make large parts of America’s suburban areas obsolete. Some upscale homes will turn into maintenance nightmares and the hassels of living in them won’t be worth it. People in the US will start living in what they can actually afford, and that will be small shacks close enough to stores and places where they’ll be working.

          We’ll be getting to the places we must go via public transportation, motorbikes, or bicycles. We’ll be living in a post apocalyptic junkyard, and people clever with their hands and mechanically minded will figure out ways to create things needed out of things discarded. We won’t be building any new schools for a while. All the old ones will be abandoned due to the lack of resources to support such a massive inventory of buildings, sports complexes, cafeterias, parking lots, yellow school buses etc. All gone. Instead, a former school teacher who lives in the neighborhood starts a school that happens in her living room or in her basement, etc. Her pupils walk or ride bikes over to her house.

          I’ll predict that during the first decade of the long emergency a lot more demolition than construction will be going on. Parts of demolished buildings will be used to make new ones. My German ancestors/relatives did this in Munich after they’d been bombed and burned out. My mom was quite good with a hammer because she’d spent many hours in ‘1944/45 pulling nails out of bombed lumber and pounding them straight for reuse. Her brothers were shoveling and moving debris with wheelbarrows. They created a dry living space for themselves out of the basement. This is how people end up living when they have an out of control government with delusions of grandeur.

      • CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 2:24 pm #

        I’ve been to Nice and the isle of Greece,
        Where I sipped champagne on a yacht”

  27. Prospero August 5, 2022 at 12:15 pm #

    Just when we urgently need his brilliant leadership, we get this:

    Biden Tests Positive for Covid for Six Straight Days and Will Remain in Isolation.

    It is claimed that Joe Biden has been twice vaxinated and twice boosted with safe and effective experimental mRNA drugs. Hopefully, our beloved president’s recovery will be helped by the robust protection these gene modification wonder drugs provide.

    • cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 12:22 pm #

      Many are saying that things have been getting better since Biden’s forced quarantine. I just read somewhere that his poll numbers are increasing. Watch for him to remain locked away for the next four months, if not the next two years.

      Alternatively, in a few days Biden will be released from this human-like cocoon and his true alien cyborg appearance will reveal itself to the public. At that moment, all media feeds will be instantly cut and there will be a perpetual blackout of the grid. The Chrysalis of Kamala will break open and she will cackle like the rabid hyena she is.

      • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 12:28 pm #

        Love the visuals!

      • thirdcoastlegend August 5, 2022 at 1:10 pm #

        Based on events of the past few days one could argue Pelosi is the de facto POTUS at present.

        • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 3:44 pm #

          One deranged geezer for another.

      • Prospero August 5, 2022 at 1:11 pm #

        My guess is a version of Plan A will be used: “Watch for him to remain locked away for the next four months, if not the next two years.”

        The Biden crime family has many tenticles that are attached to prominent political figures. As long as Joe Biden remains president, no action will be taken against him or his tratertious accomplices. However, Biden’s obvious diminished cognitive abilities have created the need to get rid of him as soon as possible.

        The problem here is that Biden’s replacement is scheduled to be Kamala Harris. This would be a total disaster. Those who control the country will avoid this scenario at all costs. Biden’s replacement must be a reasonably coherent person who will allow all current criminal activity to continue unpunished.

        Perhaps Nancy Pelosi is being considered for the presidency. This could explain Pelosi’s latest political publicity stunt involving a trip to Taiwan. We will soon see even more dramatic political shenanigans taking place, because time is quickly running out.

        • thirdcoastlegend August 5, 2022 at 1:42 pm #

          The spry 82 year-old Senator Leahy is next in line after Pelosi. I don’t think the Swamp has any interest in trying to crowbar him into the WH.

          After Leahy is Secretary of State Antony Blinken at a youthful 60 tears of age.

          I can see the Swamp making moves to get him moved up the line because he is deeply connected to all the right DC players.

          On the other hand, I’m not sure they’d want to make it any more obvious he and his buddies at State are running all aspects of US foreign policy. These types place a premium on plausible deniability.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 2:21 pm #

            I saw somebody someplace propose a retirement age of 70 for these people.

            Of course you could make a few adjustments to the hard and fast rule, but overall it’s a good idea.

            Donald Trump was 70 when he started, but he had never held office before, so he wasn’t one of those hanging around forever doing worse than nothing.

          • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 5:13 pm #

            Sixty, tops. Fifty five or fifty straight up would be even better. Seventy year olds tend not to give a fuck, since they have one foot in the grave anyway. And they damn sure don’t get wiser with age.

      • CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 2:25 pm #

        While the Chinese invasion come before or after this?

        • thirdcoastlegend August 5, 2022 at 3:47 pm #

          I’m not convinced the Chinese need to invade at all.

          They can suffocate Taiwan’s economy quite easily. The sand embargo was a very economically and politically astute move.

          No one in the West will get riled up about sand. The dummies at State probably have zero understanding how important sand is to industrial economies.

          On top of that, the Chinese exercises are already wreaking havoc on commercial shipping and air traffic to and from Taiwan. It’s already a de facto blockade.

          • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 4:02 pm #

            Yes, remember what the US did with Cuba? Blockades work. Think the Ronald Reagan will fire at the blockading Chinese ships or aircraft? Nah.

  28. Edge Lordin’ August 5, 2022 at 12:20 pm #

    The same unelected people who control everything

    People don’t know or don’t care that they’re living in a censored society pumped full of state sanctioned propaganda.

    And there is nothing they can do about it

    Fake news
    Fake politicians
    Fake elections
    Fake January 6 attack
    Fake virus
    Fake vaccine
    Fake money
    Fake NFT art
    Fake wars
    Fake war heroes
    Fake electronic money
    Fake metaverse

    Society has reconciled their fate.

    Their fake independence
    Their fake liberty

    It’s just as unreal as the aforementioned
    So they fake that they don’t care

    But they know that too
    So they have the fake solutions to your poor and powerless man’s problems

    Fentanyl and cannabis and an elimination of behavioral norms.

    Self medicate and let your freak flag fly
    Just be aware it’s a white flag you’re waving

    • Woodchuck August 6, 2022 at 12:56 am #

      Well, yeah, the False Prophet is here and running our world. Of course everything is fake and false. What else would it be?

  29. Kevvia Knack August 5, 2022 at 12:25 pm #

    China is buying our crop land within our own country. How effing stupid and self-destructive of the U.S is THAT.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 12:33 pm #

      We learned about “natural resources” when I was in elementary school. I found it boring, because what I wanted to know about other countries was their culture.

      One thing that stuck with me was the term “breadbasket”. We had those amber waves of grain, and that was why we weren’t starving like the children in China.

      I still didn’t understand how finishing my cream corned from a can helped those hungry kids at all though.

      • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 1:11 pm #


    • Edge Lordin’ August 5, 2022 at 12:39 pm #

      The US has been a client state for decades

      And the Chinese are quick learners.
      And they know there is room for another controller.

      They know those who identify the controlling people/nation are quickly silenced and marginalized

      So they seek the same protection: to vilify those who dare expose their identity.
      Until people dare not speak the truth
      Until they are gaslit enough to question themselves for identifying the truth

      Long story short: Kavvia your China-hate racism is disgusting and you need to be silenced

      • Amman August 5, 2022 at 1:10 pm #

        Just a moron.

  30. Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 12:28 pm #

    BREAKING: China has announced the end to the following cooperation with the US

    1) Calls with leaders
    2) Defense meetings
    3) Maritime Security Consultation
    4) Climate Change Talks
    5) Anti-Drug cooperation
    6) Transnational crimes
    7) Illegal Immigration


    I didn’t know China was “cooperating” on those things, but oh well.

    BTW, I got that link off of Caitlin Johnstone’s Twitter feed.

    She has been mentioned here before. As I’ve said, I like to read a well thought out and coherent argument from someone I usually don’t agree with on much, it keeps me sharper.

    So, I find Ms. Johnstone generally disagreeable (she might have the same opinion of me if she’d ever heard of me), but lately she has been scoring a lot of points.

    A real voice for these times.

    A also found this summation of a piece by Alan McCloud at her Substack:

    New Media Are As Intertwined With Imperial Power As Old Media

    Alan MacLeod has a new article out with Mintpress News showing how most of the supposedly independent “fact-checking” organizations which Facebook has partnered with to police the information people are allowed to see on the platform about the war in Ukraine are, in fact, funded by the United States government.

    “Most of the fact-checking organizations Facebook has partnered with to monitor and regulate information about Ukraine are directly funded by the U.S. government, either through the U.S. Embassy or via the notorious National Endowment for Democracy (NED),” MacLeod writes.

    NED is indeed notorious because, as MacLeod explains, it was set up to do overtly many of the operations which the CIA used to perform covertly, like circulating propaganda in empire-targeted nations, funding foreign uprisings, and facilitating the 2014 coup in Ukraine which set in motion the events that would eventually lead to Russia’s invasion of the nation this past February.


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    • TPTB-USA August 6, 2022 at 11:16 am #

      What is Milley going to do now that his hotline went crickets?

  31. cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 12:30 pm #

    Okay, so it is reported that the US adds 528,000 jobs to the labor market in July. Is this the same as actually “filling” those jobs? Or could it be a case of the IRS claiming to have an opening for 87,000 employees, so voila, 87,000 jobs added to the labor market just like that!?!

    • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 12:34 pm #

      I haven’t seen a truck from Amazon yet today.

    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 4:09 pm #

      Look at the data. Biden will jump for joy. However, more than 60% of the jobs are service sector, none productive jobs that add to inflation. Powell has already reacted saying the Fed will have to push up rates faster. Wednesday, the inflation rate is reported. CEOs are already announcing layoffs.

      • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 4:14 pm #

        One more.

        To measure the ongoing economic health of an area, I look at three things.

        1. Commercial vacancies A small increase.

        2. Real Estate inventories currently exploding with prices going down, new home builders slowing down construction and lowering prices.

        3. Help wanted signs in the service groups such as restaurants definitely on the decline.

        The coffee is brewing.

  32. CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 12:51 pm #

    I guess I must apologize. Upon reflection, I say that a Chinese take=over of the United States is as likely as those who’ve put us in this position will ever be brought to justice

    • KesaAnna August 5, 2022 at 2:16 pm #

      Don’t feel too bad.

      Before Covid it was bitching about over – population.

      Now it is one group pretending that half the population dieing of Covid would break their heart ,

      And another group pretending that half the population dieing of the Vax would break their heart .

      I don’t for one second believe that either of the latter two cases is one of fear ,

      But rather one of wishful thinking.

      • KesaAnna August 5, 2022 at 2:37 pm #

        As for Chinese invasions , I distinctly remember telling both Reaganites , and Clinton it’s , in the 1980’s, that Pakistan has colleges too , and if they can off – shore ” unskilled ” labor jobs , they can off – shore your college job too.

        But I didn’t make a fucking dent.

        In those days THEY were making 30 – 60k a year , and they positively GLOATED over the ruin of the Trailer Trash.

        The Chinese didn’t do a God damned thing ,

        and Washington didn’t sell them any con they weren’t perfectly willing and eager to buy.

        • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 3:20 pm #

          Yes, college jobs with good pay and travel- over to foreign lands to teach them how to do their jobs.

          • KesaAnna August 5, 2022 at 3:44 pm #

            Granted , I should perhaps from time to time point out that , paradoxically, for me to have said such things then , and for me to say such things now ,

            Is actually pretty fucking easy.

            I hate the United States , and always did.

            I hate Americans , and always did.

            And while you folks may pretend otherwise , I’m not burdened for even five seconds with the thought that you love me.

            You can neither give to me , nor withhold from me.

            You could be fair , but I reckon I would see snow in Hell first.

            So , yeah , it’s actually easier for me.

            I just have to avoid Germans , and that’s easily done in Appalachia.

  33. BackRowHeckler August 5, 2022 at 12:52 pm #

    In the Inflation Reduction Act is $$$ for tens of thousands of EV Charging Stations; the fate of those things is to be strip mined by tweakers gangsters for copper wire and any other valuable metals that can be sold at the scrapyard, which is already a common fact in California. The Proles in the USA are gonna be pretty pissed off when previously they could afford a car, but now they’re told to take a stinking bus with vagrants & the mentally ill — or walk. How’s Joe ‘basic nonthly income’ (formerly Joe Sixpack) gonna feel when he’s foot slogging it to get his free govt cheese and there’s the EPA Commissioner, charging his $190,000 EV at the Charging Station. I dare say, these EVs will be vandalized, or worse. The guiding philosophy will be ‘If I can’t drive, nobody drives.’ Oh, there will be an attempt to market ‘Affordable’ EVs to ‘the masses — Golf Cart Shi#tbox models for $35,000. Take it or leave it.

    • cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 1:01 pm #

      Once those cars with ICE’s become useless, there is one last good that could come of them. Think along the lines of the Unabomber, but with a ring of these now useless cars parked beside many buildings in the beltway.

    • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 2:02 pm #

      All you can do right now is get one last nice one in before it all falls apart.

      Going to look at a 540i touring soon. One last family Bahnstürmer.

      My wife keeps commenting that it will likely be the last car before the horse and cart makes its return.

      • Alzaebo August 5, 2022 at 5:33 pm #

        If only they bring back the stately elegance of luxury zeppelins.

        • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 6:46 pm #

          They continue to use private jets at that level.

          WEF Dictator and Climate Warrior Trudeau of Canada just landed in Costa Rica via private jet for a well-deserved vacation from dictating.

        • SpeedyBB August 6, 2022 at 12:53 am #

          Luxury Zeppelins. Wow, yeah. Even passenger liners. I recall sailing to Yokohama from ‘Frisco in 1962 on the President Wilson; even though I was down near the water line in a shared stateroom it was still a very enjoyable experience, although 11 days was rather long.

          A damn sight better than being blasted through the stratosphere on an aluminum tube, which might decide to separate mid-journey. Watch for maintenance schedules to be cut or fibbed on before long (like the Alaska Airlines tragedy) – the first step in the demise of the airlines.

          I’m frankly amazed that there haven’t been more crashes, either the machine going on the fritz, losing bits – or suicide events like that China Eastern spectacle. When I saw the security camera footage of something sizable speeding straight for the ground with no attempt to level out I knew it was an intentional act.

      • Socrates-Detroit August 6, 2022 at 11:38 am #

        Great comment BRH!!!

        Brilliant AND concise (unlike me).

        Night owl, are you mechanically inclined? If so, perhaps you are better off buying the best example of a rust-free, well-kept older car with minimum electronics and maximum modernity.

        Perhaps a carbureted Mk2 Golf 1781cc 5-speed is a better bet to stay on the road longer. It is modern enough, infinitely more civilized than a Beetle, yet not too complicated. Or a 1588cc Mk1 Golf. Or a 1970s Opel Kadett.

        The 540i is buried with electronics. Also, if things in Germany are as bad as some say, and it appears inevitable as the supply of nat gas and oil take a much greater hit than 1973, unless the Germans take to the streets and the SPD/Green govt implodes, the govt will ration energy: this week Daimler-Benz and VW run, next week Opel, Ford, BMW.

        What will this do to the parts availability? ON TOP of current issues?

        In the US, I thought I might need a Mk2 VW RH rear brake caliper. I could not locate one on-line. Fortunately, the caliper was not the problem.

        • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 4:10 pm #


          If the globocapitalists get us to the point where they are rationing energy and food as a full takedown of the global economy is implemented, the money is going to be worthless and all we will have left are the supplies in our basement and our local networks.

          Our current family wagon is an 12-year-old C-Class. Picked it up a few years ago to do road trips and the daily stuff. It is also full of electronics, and they have all lasted well over 10 years with no real issues.

          If the Great Reset goes through, the last thing I will worry about is a car with too many electronics. The complexity of the machine will be of no importance when the key issues are surviving with worthless currency and avoiding the digital ID dragnet.

          I actually think it makes more sense to invest in things you need or want (or a combination of both), and keep your savings account lean. They want to turn your cash into CBDC, and if they do that, you ain’t going to access it without playing the game.

          • Socrates-Detroit August 7, 2022 at 11:56 pm #

            I’m assuming we will still have access to gasoline and diesel in short-term future, though it will cost more, and I would not be surprised if the government introduces ration cards.

            That said, IMO the best vehicle to have now, for the next 5-15 years, is one that is least likely to break down an/or require part that are very expensive of “NLA” (no longer available).

            I like your comment. I would say it makes sense to acquire non-perishable goods today that you need or want now, or will later, OR, that other people will want later and trade you for.

            CBDC, Central Digital Bank Currency is evil cloaked as “convenient” and “equitable”.

            One way to stop or slow this rope which is meant to corral us today and hang us tomorrow is to use cash.

    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 4:17 pm #

      Huge increase of platinum convertors thefts in Phoenix. The Mob will arise as things get worse.

  34. thwack August 5, 2022 at 12:55 pm #

    In the 1st place any Israeli action into Palestinian territory is always a response to incoming missiles or a terror attack on Israeli citizens. –BRB



    And thats what the Russians CAN say when they blow up apartment buildings in Kiev, and assassinate Ukrainians…

    “In the 1st place any RUSSIAN action into Ukrainian territory is always a response to incoming missiles or a terror attack on Russian citizens.” — FM Lavrov

    When ever white people challenge nonwhite people for trying to do something white people are ALREADY doing; go find the language white people are using to justify this behavior, and use it to justify your own behavior.

    In counter racism science we call it “key coding.”

    (sometimes you can actually see white peoples ears turning red as they realize what you are doing)

  35. CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 12:58 pm #

    Don’t get your strategy and tactics from Red Dawn, Jim

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  36. Amman August 5, 2022 at 1:05 pm #

    I’ve read many of these points, or similar versions, expressed elsewhere weeks and even months before from various sources. Steve Q, Saker, Armstrong, Burning platform and so on. For baby boomers, this could be THE trial of their generation.

  37. Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 1:09 pm #

    Here’s a deeper dive on that fiasco in Italy (SWIDT?) by one of the “good people” I’ve mentioned who are hard at work getting to the bottom of these crimes:

    The Dragnet in Lombardy, Italy: Patient Zero of Lockdowns

    The Manifesto of Health Minister Roberto Speranza


    • thirdcoastlegend August 5, 2022 at 1:13 pm #

      Speranza is clearly a dangerous pro-China that should be locked up with others of that stripe.

    • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 1:57 pm #

      It still cracks me up that the criminals brought back 9/11 terminology.

      Ground Zero becomes Patient Zero

      • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 2:54 pm #

        Homeland Security. Hahaha! What kind of Nazi-speak is that?

        • KesaAnna August 5, 2022 at 3:55 pm #

          Yeah ,

          Homeland – Motherland – Fatherland .

          Seems kinda familiar, but hardly Norman Rockwell America – familiar.

          On the other hand one of the common basic

          Argument – clenchers for Americans used to be , ” We don’t torture people , like you folks do ! ”

          But then 45 minutes after a photogenic terrorist attack that killed fewer people than a dozen states lose to auto fatalities in a year , every Tom , Dick , and Harry American was demanding torture.


          Go figure.

          • Lance Boyle August 5, 2022 at 4:45 pm #

            … and now they’re all getting monkeypox from Tom’s hairy dick.

          • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 5:08 pm #

            Torture seems to be a universal predilection for humans. Evidence? Glue traps.

      • Redneck Liberal August 5, 2022 at 8:39 pm #

        Lots of things crack you up. You crack ME up.

        A very simple search will explain to you that “Ground Zero” comes from 1946 – the point on the surface below the explosion of a nuclear weapon.

        ‘Patient Zero’ was coined in the 1980s.

        Yet you choose to conflate both with 9/11? But this is how you roll, I guess – make some shit up and disperse it as if you’re a fucking expert (in everything}.

        • hmuller August 6, 2022 at 12:34 pm #

          Your criticism is picayune, but this is how you roll, I guess.

  38. cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 2:00 pm #

    At least this kid got a real lesson in how the US economy is currently functioning. Still, what did the perp all buy for $15 at this stand, is homemade lemonade that expensive these days?

    Article follows:

    11-year-old boy scammed after man uses counterfeit $100 bill at lemonade stand, police say

    Police in Washington are asking the public for help identifying a man they say used a counterfeit $100 bill to buy a drink from a child’s lemonade stand, leaving the boy profitless.

    The Everett Police Department reported that over the summer an 11-year-old boy named Jeremy spent his allowance money to set up a lemonade stand outside his home in the city’s Puget Sound region, about 25 miles north of Seattle.

    “As he worked in the sun trying to earn a little extra spending money, he was approached by the pictured suspect, who offered him a 100-dollar bill for a drink but asked for exact change,” police said.

    The boy, police said, used his allowance money to give the man $85 in change.

    When the man left, police said, the boy went to a local gas station where he learned the $100 bill was fake and he was out all of his allowance money.

    • BackRowHeckler August 5, 2022 at 2:09 pm #

      Phew, those people out in Seattle (and Portland) are a clever bunch.

      When they’re not throwing molotov cocktails at police officers or vandalizing the Federal CH, they’re scamming little kids at the lemonade stand. Anyway, what’s wrong with counterfeiting? George Floyd was passing counterfeit $20s, and monuments have been built in his honor all over the country.

    • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 2:57 pm #

      Can you imagine lying your head down on your pillow after taking an 11 year-old boy for $85 and a glass of lemonade?

      Can you imagine facing God on Judgement Day after taking an 11 year-old boy for $85 and a glass of lemonade?

      • CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 3:33 pm #

        Let me debate Christian Doctrine with you, “Rhett” Do you consider “Judgement Day” The Great White Throne Judgement?

        • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 3:37 pm #

          No, “Crusher,” I do not. In fact, I have never even heard of “The Great White Thrown Judgement” until your question.

          • CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 3:57 pm #

            Sorry, spell check error. I mean The Great White Throne Judgement.” Hopefully, you’re referring to the “Final Judgement” found in Acts 17:31. The Great White Throne Judgement is when “every human being who has not responded by faith to God’s grace throughout human history will stand before Christ at the Great White Throne Judgment. After the present heaven and earth pass away, a city of indescribable beauty will descend from heaven. God will restore the world and dwell with His people in perfect harmony forever.”

          • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 4:15 pm #

            You had it correct, Crusher. It was I that spelt Thrown wrong.

            Thank you for your thoughts and wisdom and scripture reference, Crusher. I will study Acts 17,

            FYI – Just as I pay my Energy bill and then get to toast my bread without understanding coal-powered or nuclear or dam generation or distribution or sub-stations, I am an end consumer running on this simple wisdom:

            God is good. Satan is bad.

            I repent my sins and try my best to follow His Law. I follow The Golden Rule and would rather die of thirst than take an 11 year-old boy for a glass of lemonade much less for $85.

            If I do that from here to eternity, my toaster just might work when I plug it into the wall socket on Judgement Day (God willing).

      • CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 3:36 pm #

        How is God going to judge rude blaspheming slave trader John Newton on “Judgement Day” Rhett? How about Saul, the killer of Christians, Rhett?

        • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 3:41 pm #

          I have no idea, Crusher. My understanding is that Saul more than adequately repented his sins and that he will get God’s thumbs-up on God’s glorious Judgement Day but that is pure speculation on my part.

          • CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 3:59 pm #

            Okay “Rhett” I’m glad to see that you believe in a “works” salvation. Over and out

      • KesaAnna August 5, 2022 at 4:34 pm #

        — If you don’t think a loving God and and afterlife exists then that wouldn’t be a problem.

        The only possible hurdle is being charged with a crime and being convicted.

        Neither of those things is typically any sort of real threat if you are in the cool kids group.

        And near as I can tell , getting into and / or conforming to the cool kids group is never remotely as logistically or objectively difficult as people claim it is.

        Your typical American auto mechanic, or your typical American High School Cheerleader , would in fact fit in in North Korea easily enough.

        It’s the lack of Ipods , optometry , air conditioning , and large Mocha Frappes that they would have trouble adapting to.

        — For others , anything they do is justifiable.

        Simple as that.

        They CAN believe in a loving God , do such a thing , and still sleep the sleep of the just.

        Again , it is very simple ;

        God loves THEM .

        And do not even the best of people routinely assume a free pass from their loved ones?

        That kid ?

        Well , I don’t buy that hyper specific fetishizing of childhood myself.

        No life stage is more transient than childhood.

        The , ” kid ” , objectively, will be a 30 year old by the time you even get around to an indictment anyway ,

        and the 30 year old somehow had it coming.

        See how easy and simple that was ?

        • Bob Polecat August 5, 2022 at 4:52 pm #

          But there is a God and He will come again to judge the living and the dead.

          If sinners sleep soundly in the short interim, then that will only make their justice that much more painful for them when reality hits them in the face like a baseball bat.

          “There are no atheists in Hell.”

          • KesaAnna August 5, 2022 at 7:11 pm #

            I Love the Nicine creed.

            Perversely, that most Protestants can recite the whole thing happily enough
            EXCEPT FOR that,

            ” … the Holy Catholic Church … ” – part.


          • GreenAlba August 6, 2022 at 6:54 am #

            It seems to me that Protestants believe weird things about Catholics and Catholics believe weird things about Protestants.

            Here’s the relevant bit of the Nicene Creed from a random Church of Scotland church website (C of S is presbyterian by organisation). The same version is used throughout the country and presumably in other protestant churches.


            “[…] We believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life,
            who proceeds from the Father and the Son.
            With the Father and the Son he is worship[p]ed and glorified.
            He has spoken through the Prophets.
            We believe in one holy catholic and apostolic Church.
            We acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins.
            We look for the resurrection of the dead,
            and the life of the world to come. Amen.”

            When protestants refer to the ‘one holy catholic and apostolic Church’, they mean the whole kit and caboodle, as in the actual meaning of catholic – small ‘c’ – not the Roman Catholic Church. They’re just more inclusive (a bad word, I know), that’s all. They mean all of Christ’s people, which is what The Church is.

            Personally, I’m not greatly into the whole denominational thing, which I suppose makes kind of in the CS Lewis camp.

            If one were being picky, one could suggest that ‘Roman Catholic’ is an oxymoron. 🙂

          • hmuller August 7, 2022 at 8:47 pm #

            The Greek term “kath holikis” which is the origin of the word “catholic” basically means – throughout the inhabited world – what we might translate as “universal” or “planet wide”.

        • jim e August 5, 2022 at 8:48 pm #

          Not to worry young Kesa…

          It is a little c.

          “We believe in one holy catholic and apostolic Church.”

      • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 11:19 am #

        Is the reason you’re using a new name here because OG was banned again? Just wondering.

  39. Armenio Pereira August 5, 2022 at 2:07 pm #

    To walk taller, to see clearer: man(kind)‘s destiny, not.

    Why are we doing the things we do? What’s the purpose?
    We remain clueless.
    Stop pretending we aren’t will always be the toughest call – that’s why so many of us fear death (because it’s highly likely that we will have to let go of all our lies).

    • SomeoneInAsia August 5, 2022 at 2:26 pm #

      At least some of us have been able to walk taller and see clearer in history. But there were also assholes who couldn’t see past their own evil and stupidity and pulled everyone down to their level.

  40. Frankenstein Government August 5, 2022 at 2:14 pm #

    I get so angry thinking about what Bill Clinton and those fucking free trade agreements have done. Perot hated the thought of it but I think he even understated all the damage it would cause.

    We lost American jobs by the millions. We lost American manufacturing and the ability to source and buy something as trivial as a mask. Clinton destroyed our currency by lifting all the laws put into place after the first Great Depression. He transferred our wealth into the hands of the global elite, ruined our currency, and turned China into a behemoth war machine which we will most certainly deal with.

    In as simple as attributing all of our problems to one POS, I can certainly assign 50% of the damage to that coke snorting, lying, piece of garbage, Bill Clinton.

    To the rest since then, minor awards and honorable mentions. Barack Obama duly noted.

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    • Beryl of Oyl August 5, 2022 at 2:31 pm #

      Back when credit card debt and fraud was in the news, someone in my family was trying to research how it was that a major card could be charging what used to be called usury rates.

      I happened to be watching a show on PBS featuring an interview with the head of an agency known as the OCC; the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency,

      I hadn’t known of it’s existence or purpose before, but they were interviewing the head of the agency on the topic of consumer credit, and boy was she a miserable pro-industry anti-working America arrogant bitch.

      I looked it up, and she was appointed by Bill Clinton.

      A lot if not all government agencies we thought were put in place to protect the consumer were actually hard at work against us.

    • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 2:41 pm #

      Of course, sandwiched in between coke-snorting pedophile Clinton and Big Mike-loving, Hitler spawn Soetoro, we had False-Flagging Cheney/Bush.

      This engineered downfall of the USA was “bi-partisan.”

      Anyone who blames one party while still exalting the other:

      1) is now getting what they deserve and
      2) might as well watch pro wrestling

      • Jarek August 5, 2022 at 2:50 pm #

        Obama is the son of Hitler and Big Mike? The things I learn here!

        • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 3:35 pm #

          Big Mike-loving. Hitler spawn.

          Barry Soetoro’s Mom was Angela Merkle’s sister. Both are Hitler’s daughters.

          Angela Merkle is Barry Soetoro’s aunt.

          • Lance Boyle August 5, 2022 at 4:00 pm #

            I thought that everyone knows that.

          • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 5:20 pm #

            Big Mike? Help me out here.

          • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 5:37 pm #

            Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama and his/her Barry-pleasing package.

            Joan Rivers – RIP.

          • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 8:35 pm #

            Big Mike is Michelle Obama, Disaffected.
            He towers over Barack.

          • Paula D August 5, 2022 at 8:38 pm #

            He also towers over Bush and Clinton, all of them over 6 foot, I think.
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          • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 10:36 pm #

            Ahhh! Thanks all!

    • malthuss August 5, 2022 at 8:45 pm #

      USA brings the 3rd world in by the 10s of millions.
      Factories can be rebuilt.

      The Nazis are gone, the muslims are still in Europe.

  41. SomeoneInAsia August 5, 2022 at 2:22 pm #

    QUOTE:***But the process could conceivably invite an attempted Chinese takeover of the USA, if not militarily, then in a way similar to America’s asset-stripping operations in the collapsed Soviet Union of the 1990s, a looting spree…***

    I very much doubt the Chinese — more specifically, the CCP — will be able to pull that off. Currently they can’t even manage anything properly on their very own home turf, which is in an absolute mess. All the capital China has is desperately trying to get out. Frankly, I think the days of the CCP may very well be numbered. And the CCP will only have its own greed, malignity and stupidity to blame.

    CCP = Callous, Cannibalistic Psychopaths.

    • thirdcoastlegend August 5, 2022 at 3:17 pm #

      Yes, the collapse of the $55 trillion Chinese real-estate Ponzi would definitely take down the CCP and possibly lead to civil wsr in China.

      That would be terrible for the Chinese people, but an overall win for the world because it would completely discredit China as a model for and source of central control.

    • Amman August 5, 2022 at 3:52 pm #

      Do you know what the CCP is planning and what it’s goals are? Even better, do you know the Chinese people’s relationship to the CCP? Like for example how many Chinese are members of the CCP? I very much doubt it.

    • SpeedyBB August 6, 2022 at 1:08 am #

      Check out a photo of one of their grand CCP powwows, with thousands of faces – very few looking younger than 50, most in their 60s or older.

      They haven’t got a clue – the kneejerk, repressive internet rules they continually impose are a good sign of their incompetence. They are clever enough to enlist many young, educated people into their network, however. Those are the stooges who do the real dirty work.

      • Amman August 6, 2022 at 11:29 am #

        “China’s miracles are beyond the understanding of the demon” – Global XIAN

  42. Soul Forensics August 5, 2022 at 2:31 pm #

    Two dead after injuries from lightning strike in Lafayette Park opposite the White House.

    Zeus, to the Party of Chaos:

    “That was just a warning. Next one’s a direct hit on the Pelosi-Medusa creature. No need for a proxy in Perseus, I’ll do it myself.”

    • cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 2:51 pm #

      Exactly, the fact this happened is eerie. Someone has to tell the gods that they missed their mark by a few degrees. Better luck next time!

    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 4:23 pm #

      Perseus? or Thor?

      • Soul Forensics August 5, 2022 at 4:32 pm #

        Perseus cut off Medusa’s head.

    • Anthea August 6, 2022 at 9:30 am #

      Many years ago, i knew someone whose apartment was struck by lgihtning. She was such an awful person that it did seem like a message.

  43. Bob Polecat August 5, 2022 at 2:48 pm #

    While Jim’s essays are always a must-read, today’s was exceptional even amongst his other gems.


    References to the emperor’s new clothes and Satanic hysteria really capture this August 2022 zeitgeist.


  44. Jarek August 5, 2022 at 2:52 pm #

    Tucker says the series made about Michelle Obama shows her as a demon ridden harridan. Perhaps they see that as a good thing?

    • cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 3:04 pm #

      She is also a transgendered male from what has been said. Probably hangs out on the regular with Four-Star Admiral Rachel Levine (the “bold and the brave”), munching cookies together and whatnot.

      • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 6:26 pm #

        WEF gasbag gonna gasbag:

        “Globalist Tony Blair, remember him? Well, he’s come out with a new study calling for the implementation of a digital ID system that would be able to track the movement of every human being.”


        • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 6:26 pm #

          Imagine this post at the bottom of the page.


        • KesaAnna August 5, 2022 at 7:13 pm #

          Bill Clinton with an accent Americans think is cool.


        • GreenAlba August 5, 2022 at 9:34 pm #

          Blair clearly didn’t manage to kill enough people by invading Iraq. Perhaps he thinks he might as well hang for a sheep as a lamb.

          After his Iraq escapade – and getting his payoff from Bush, one assumes – he became a Catholic (his wife already was, although she’s a horror as well). What the heck was that all about? At the time I thought it was penitence of some sort, but he’s come back refreshed for another bout of mass murder. Note that he says quite openly in that interview that the digital IDs are just what we need to manage future global pandemics.

          I wonder if the digits IDs be shoe-horned in for food rationing before they get used for the next ‘pandemic’ and its 100-day vaxx development programme (as promised by the MHRA).

          • GreenAlba August 5, 2022 at 9:43 pm #

            *digital*, even.

  45. Roundball Shaman August 5, 2022 at 3:06 pm #

    “What’s ahead — like a few months down the road? Hysteria and chaos, if the ‘Joe Biden’ regime can help it…”

    One person’s hysteria and chaos is another person’s ruling template to further agendas and social re-engineering aims and goals to transform American Life into something unrecognizable and ugly and inherently not-American.

    ‘America’ as an ideal and as a People has been Cancelled. Ruled null and void. A relic of the past that stubbornly stands in the way of the Not So Great Reset Regret and One (‘We Are The World, We Are The Children) World Disorder.

    We are constantly being told that Resistance Is Futile and that The Faux gods Who Lust To Rule Over All must and will prevail. And They certainly will… if We the People surrender and give in to their generational pathology.

    “Twice vaxxed, twice boosted, and twice recent Covid-19 patient Dr. Anthony Fauci warned this week that the unvaxxed would ‘get into trouble’ as the seasons turn this year.”

    What The Grifter Doctor ‘The Science!’ neglected to say was that those who have taken the punctures of death will in WORSE trouble than those who didn’t. But for anyone in the unholy State Culture to say such a thing would the highest sin and worst kind of heresy. And besides that, They would not even entertain such a thought as that would indicate that They had not fully surrendered every speck of critical thinking left in their disgraced and punctured and leaking bodies.

    “The regime’s back-up plan is the comical monkeypox…”

    ‘Here we come…
    Spreading down your street.
    We get the funniest looks from
    All that we make weak.
    Hey, we are the Monkeypox,
    We’re not monkeying around
    We’re so bad and scary
    We’re sure to put you down.
    Yeah, we are the Monkeepox
    You never know where we’ll be found.
    So you’d better get ready,
    We’re comin to your town!’

    “If things roll that way, there will be absolutely no trust left in the US government.”

    Isn’t there an old Country song that goes, ‘You Can’t Lose What You Never Had’?

    “Satan is the father of lies and we have become Satanic, being and doing evil, most especially to ourselves…”

    The Dark and The Light have always dwelled together in the human heart and spirit. Two sides of the wide spectrum of the human soul. The Dark is winning right now. Fine for Them. Let Them get all happy and complacent. ‘Cause no one yet has found a way to cancel the embedded Master Matrix default program of Karma. The worst They get, the worst They have in store for Their future.

    And those are the days worth living for… for those who refuse to succumb to the Dark.

    Hey, hey…

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    • cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 3:17 pm #

      Yep, I’m sure these and many worse things to come are all being stored in Davy Jones’ locker, ready to be sprung upon us at a moment’s notice!

      • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 3:30 pm #


    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 4:28 pm #

      The grifter medical community has a poster child. Biden. Unfortunately for them, it is bad news not good.

      Talk about getting just desserts.

      Biden twice vaxxed, twice boosted. Getting the Paxlovid treatments in spite of the warning about rebounds.

      Now at day six, when does he become officially a long termer? His destroyed immune system cannot kill the crud?

      • Roundball Shaman August 5, 2022 at 5:05 pm #

        “Biden twice vaxxed, twice boosted. Getting the Paxlovid treatments in spite of the warning about rebounds.”

        We can expect the following response from Grifter Doctor ‘The Science!’ or some other overpaid and overexposed Medical Mafia Mouthpiece:

        ‘Our Dear President Czar Biden having so-called-Rebounded should not dissuade anyone from getting ‘The Vax!’. Because of his very busy public schedule of continuous earthshaking events that will shape the future of humankind for thousands of generations to come… he has been unable to take our prescribed ‘The Vax!’ treatments as we have recommended to him.

        ‘We told His Holey-ness that he needs to be vaxxed at least 10 TIMES before he sees any results and boosted another 20 or so. Thus, there is nothing wrong with effectiveness of ‘The Vax!’ or our preferred recommendation of receiving boosters FOREVER AND EVER. That remains the proper protocol in the opinion of our Authorized and Boosted State Board of America Medical Infallibility.’

        ‘The public should be so advised.’

        • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 5:19 pm #

          Not your best.

          • Roundball Shaman August 5, 2022 at 5:29 pm #

            See what happens when I miss ‘My Booster!’?

      • Alzaebo August 5, 2022 at 5:47 pm #

        Aha! Now we know how they’ll retire Ol’ Joe early.

      • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 6:17 pm #

        “Biden twice vaxxed, twice boosted. Getting the Paxlovid treatments in spite of the warning about rebounds.”

        If you believe this, I have some oceanfront property to sell you in Montana.

    • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 11:31 am #

      One of my coworkers & her husband and kid constantly test positive for covid, whatever that means, and have it, on and off. They are jabbed to the gills, and her husband just survived cancer, and now he has other health challenges and they are in their 30’s.


  46. cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 3:30 pm #

    Why isn’t Dr. Jill keeping us all updated on Joey B’s virus conditions? She is a “doctor” after all, right? I hear she is spending all her time in Delaware, as far as possible from Joey while he has play time alone with the doggie in the White House attic.

    Pandemic of the unvaccinated, right Joe? Um huh, sure….you keep telling yourself that, and enjoy the Paxlovid.

    • Lance Boyle August 5, 2022 at 3:45 pm #

      I thought so!

      POTUS is screwin’ the pooch.

  47. cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 3:39 pm #

    Oh Kamala, why are you such a complicated cackling carpie?

    The outpour of support for Brittney Griner in the wake of her recent sentence of nine years in Russian prison for having cannabis oil comes from White House officials like Vice President Kamala Harris. After the news broke, Harris tweeted: “With today’s sentencing, Russia continues its wrongful detention of Brittney Griner. She should be released immediately. @POTUS and I, and our entire Administration, are working every day to reunite Brittney, as well as Paul Whelan, with loved ones who miss each of them dearly.”

    However, users were quick to pull up receipts of Harris’ career past as an attorney general in California, notably how she sent over a few dozen people to prison over cannabis charges (via Forbes).

    One Twitter user reminded her of this, replying to her tweet: “So when are you & Biden going to commune the sentencing of all the people whom you locked up over cannabis possession in California as AG?”

    However, back in 2019, Harris tweeted before becoming VP: “It’s time to end mass incarceration. This includes legalizing marijuana, sentencing reforms, and abolishing private prisons. With the addition of job training and education, these actions will reduce crime and help build healthy communities.”

    We’re still scratching our heads with this one.

    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 4:31 pm #

      Brittney is an Ugly American, that is all. Arrogant Americans who think that other country’s rules do not apply to them.

      It makes no difference if she only had CBD or it was medical in nature. Russian law was broken and she may now pay the price.

      • RelativeGuise August 5, 2022 at 5:11 pm #

        Yeah but hypocrisy is hypocrisy. Pizza is Pizza, and blue is blue. Paula D mentioned something of this sort with her IRS dispute. Kamala is openly exposed as a hypocrite. Just because the poor little folks can’t sing in D minor as they try to pass an F doesn’t make them any less worthy of constitutional rights of, let’s say, John Legend or Norah Jones. They want a perfect symphony and penalize everyone, in the manner of the hammer and sickel, who can’t adapt quickly enough to their rigged game.

  48. cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 4:02 pm #

    Okay, no disrespect to the 76 year old couple who died in a lightning strike near the White House grounds, but honestly, who these days would decide to visit the cesspool that is Washington, D.C. for an anniversary trip of all things?

    Apparently they were close to a metal statue in Lafayette Park, which served as the lightning rod. No word on condition of the statue, but I’m sure it is one that BLM would have wanted torn down anyway.

    Further conspiracy thoughts come to mind on this event. Could the lightening strike have been a top secret weather operation implemented by the Russians or Chicoms that went awry? Is the Secret Service covering something up about how this all occurred, and was it really a natural lightning bolt?

    Why hasn’t Biden come out with a statement of condolences to the family of this couple? I mean come on man, you are sitting around quarantined in the White House attic with nothing else to do!

    • JohnAZ August 5, 2022 at 4:32 pm #

      Anyone know who the statue was? Must have POed God sometime.

      • Alzaebo August 5, 2022 at 5:49 pm #


    • Soul Forensics August 5, 2022 at 4:55 pm #

      “Joe Biden” only receives the news that his handlers want him to see.

      Lucky for him he wasn’t on the grounds flying a metal kite. But then, he’d have had an early warning system for an upcoming strike — ozone causing his leg hairs to bristle (since the pool kids smoothed it down).

    • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 5:18 pm #

      The staffers that do his writing had Friday off. SloJo only drools now.

  49. Saskafrass August 5, 2022 at 4:04 pm #

    Did the Alex Jones verdict just set case precedent for suing the msm for damages?
    How many different networks and hosts are open to this?
    They pushed safe and effective vaxes.
    Damages people.
    How many dead,
    How many crippled,
    How many children forced?
    There is apparently zero constitutional protection of free speech.

    • Bob Polecat August 5, 2022 at 4:27 pm #

      Good questions.

      Hey – I just checked out your link. Where, in Saskatchewan, are you?

      I know south Sask. well. Mainly along the Trans-Canada Highway – Moosomin to Maple Creek but especially Regina and Moose Jaw.

      In fact, you probably recognize “Bob Polecat” as a Saskatchewan Roughrider legend.

      • Saskafrass August 5, 2022 at 5:35 pm #

        My link?
        I just set this account up. Did the profile automatically link my website? That was not explained. Ok. Thank you for saying this.
        I work out of MJ. Saskatchewan is my home.
        Read the long emergency years ago. Reread it this winter and when the local bookstore told me that they would not order in any of Mr. Kunstlers books, I found this website and have been entertaining his notions ever since.
        I understand his having his own website that nobody can tell him otherwise.

        • Bob Polecat August 5, 2022 at 6:10 pm #

          I was born in Moose Jaw, grew up in Regina and then went back to MJ to attend Saskatchewan Technical Institute in the late ’80s. Good times!

          Brent Leroy: Want me to fill it up?
          Man: Sure. You know, I’ve, uh, never driven across Saskatchewan before.
          Brent: You still haven’t really. About halfway to go yet.
          Man: It sure is flat.
          Brent: How do ya mean?
          Man: You know, flat, nothin’ to see.
          Brent: What do you mean, like topographically? Hey, Hank. This guy says Saskatchewan is flat.
          Hank Yarbo: How do ya mean?
          Brent: Topographically I guess. He says there’s nothin’ to see.
          Hank: There’s lots to see. There’s nothin’ to block your view.
          Brent: Lots to see, nothin’ to block your view. Like the mountains back there. They’re, uh…well, what the hell? I could have sworn there was a big mountain range back there, juttin’ up into the sky, all purple and majestic. I must be thinkin’ of a postcard I saw or somethin’. It is kinda flat. Thanks for pointing that out.
          Man: You guys always this sarcastic?
          Brent: Nothin’ else to do.

          • Saskafrass August 5, 2022 at 6:46 pm #

            Love that show. The Rouleau elevator burned down this spring. It was the last piece of Dog River after they took the set away.
            Years ago, when I worked in Peavey Mart Lorne Cardinal, Davis, was visiting family and some of the cast came with him. Oscar and Emma came into the store and hung out for a while. They were both really polite. We tried for 20 mins to get Oscar to call us Jackass but he just smiled and declined. My Mother met Lorne in the restaurant next door and got his autograph.

    • CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 5:09 pm #

      So how many Clusterfuck Nation members think Sandy Hook was a “false flag”? Askin’ for a friend

      • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 5:16 pm #

        Probably was. That’s why all the pushback.

        • thirdcoastlegend August 5, 2022 at 6:53 pm #

          They’re making an example of AJ because he’s over the target on something.

          • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 10:34 pm #

            Yes. As Dmitry Orlov has long said, once you know the official story is bullshit, it’s not your job to prove what the true story is; but rather, simply to state that the official story is bullshit, and thus cast doubt on the motivations of the authorities who are spreading the official bullshit story in the first place.

          • Paula D August 6, 2022 at 3:49 pm #

            Yep. I know beyond a doubt that the Official Story is bullshit, but I don’t know what actually happened.

      • KesaAnna August 5, 2022 at 7:02 pm #

        Not sure what a false flag is , and I would rather type than Google it.

        I think that if there was a conspiracy in the Kennedy assassination, it was that the CIA did not kill Castro , but Castro was on the ball.

        Or , rather , Castro was apparently a true believer. Robert McNamara claimed that years later when he got to talk to Castro about the Cuban missile crisis ,

        Castro told him that his advice to the Russians

        Was , ” Nuke the bastards now ! ”

        Uh…… you realize that means that you and Cuba would be vaporized too ?

        Castro answered , ” sure . What , you think I’m retarded?

        Of course I knew that.

        But , hey , you’re bastards , and you got it coming ! Fuck you imperialist Pigs! ”

        ( or generally words to that effect. )

        Well , I reckon Communists , and not even the first string , headliner Communists, but the hayseed backwater Communists, murder the president ?

        That’s guaranteed, no questions asked , nuclear war.

        So , yeah , they covered that up.

        Otherwise , Oswald acted alone and got lucky.

        It was merely coincidentally a nice bonus that with Kennedy out of the way , going on a Vietnam adventure was a bit easier.

        — But I think that would have happened anyway.

        Howard Hughes may have been a pervert , and J Edgar Hoover may have been a fag , but they both knew where the bear shit in the woods.

        If Kennedy had been for real , the first fucking thing he would have done was fire Hoover.

        The FBI as a threat to Trump was something new ?


        Woodward’s ” Deepthroat ” was the FBI.

        Nah , Hoover had the goods on the Kennedy’s , and Vietnam was gonna happen anyway.

        Eff , time for a digression !

        Granted , the Italian Mafia existed before Prohibition, but about as many Americans had ever heard of the Mafia , as could tell you the name of the CEO of Anheizer – Busche .

        The FBI was AL Capone.

        So yeah , Prohibition was a deep , sweeping , systematic, methodical , evil deep state conspiracy , except that it was about as blatant as an elephant painted neon pink.

        Sherlock fucking Holmes not required.

        I don’t know if the average Russian ever really believed , ” The Checkist is your best friend ! ”

        But apparently millions of Americans have sincerely believed that Prohibition and Watergate were their own ideas , and the FBI merely their help mate, not their manipulator !

        But North Korean propaganda is supposed to be cracked , compared to that Mickey Mouse shit ?!

        Anyway , the typical Soviet supermarket worked roughly about the same as your local Department of Motor Vehicles ;

        You stand in line for three hours behind Uzbeks getting security clearances or some shit , only to be told ,

        We don’t know.

        We don’t care.

        OUR requirement is YOUR problem .

        Fuck you.

        ( BTW, how can I say , ” Death to the United States” , IN the United States , and in PRINT , and not get deported ??

        Ask the DMV.

        They claim I don’t exist ! )

        But folks who run a supermarket the way you run your DMV’s , are gonna invade Nebraska??

        The Cold War was a hoax.

        A power grab , but not a power grab directed at us.

        A power grab directed at you.

        Moving on —

        BLM ?

        A power grab , primarily orchestrated by White folks , but white folks who wouldn’t piss on your white ass if you were dieing of thirst.


        The State scarcely has a better revenue cash cow .

        They don’t give a fuck about your second – hand smoke .

        It’s a power grab , and primarily directed at you non – smokers.

        Go right ahead and get your jollies looking
        Down your noses at us smokers ,

        While they fuck you over.

        I don’t think 911 was an inside job , for the simple reason I think that would be giving the Aryan Master Race — which does NOT include you — waaaaay to much credit.

        But it served well enough for another power grab.

        Wait a minute …… was Sandy Hook one of those mass shooting things ?

        The salient thing I notice about any and all gun control advocates , of whatever stripe , on whatever pretext , is ,


        Again , never met a control advocate , of whatever stripe , on whatever pretext that wasn’t all eager – Beaver to throw a few more million at the Gestapo.

        At least you can get a good laugh at their stupidity in thinking THEY will always control the Gestapo.

        D-E-L-U-S-I-O-N-S O-F F-U-C-K-I-N-G G-R-A-N-D-U-E-R.

        Anyway , no gun control advocate gives a fuck whether you or your shitty kid gets shot.

        It’s another power grab.

        • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 7:42 pm #

          Man, you can type! I love reading you. No holds barred.

        • BackRowHeckler August 5, 2022 at 8:25 pm #

          Yep, absolutely balls to the wall pure CFN gold.

          On what other site can you get insight like that, for free?

        • Jarek August 6, 2022 at 11:48 am #

          She’s mad they wouldn’t let her start smoking when she was 7.

        • Paula D August 6, 2022 at 7:37 pm #

          A false flag is when a group commits an atrocity and blames it on someone else.
          The usual use in the US is when the Deep State commits an atrocity and blames it on a patsy.

    • KesaAnna August 5, 2022 at 5:27 pm #

      Well , I told folks that stigmatizing the Confederate flag was going to boomerang on them with a vengeance.

      Though , admittedly I am rather shocked at how quickly it happened.

      One of the most common human follies seems to be that in the fun of fucking someone over , they become completely oblivious to the rather obvious circumstance that it sets a precedent for their own fucking over.

      On the other hand ,

      Communicating threats is supposed to be a felony in many states now ,

      But , so far , about a dozen denizens of this blog have NOT been hauled off to the jug.

      Eh , as I have said before , criminal justice isn’t justice , criminal justice is political.

      * shrug *

      • Jarek August 6, 2022 at 11:50 am #

        Only people who love the White race can love the Confederacy and the Confederate flag in the right way. It’s not just about rebellion for the sake of rebellion – or being a rebel without a cause. It was about saving our Race, and thus being a Rebel with a Cause.

        • hmuller August 6, 2022 at 12:48 pm #

          The most effective way to save “the White Race” would have been to leave the Africans in Africa. The consequences continue to this day. But what ya gonna do about it now?

          • workingclasshero August 7, 2022 at 12:27 am #

            Politically advocate for independent and autonomous Black nation state in the south to the east of the eastern Texas border. bohttps://officialaframerica.wordpress.com/historical-nationalist-movements/republic-of-new-afrika/rder.

    • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 6:13 pm #

      Doubt it. Multiple rights were infringed, and the judge was unfit for the trial given her political background. Essentially, the trial was a farce.

      The other issues are that Alex’s case was an infringement on his right to free speech (he expressed an opinion), which is not the same as what the media has done over the past few years.

      Suing McMedia outlets for purveying false information as objective truth would likely fail due to the fact that Obama legalized domestic propaganda through Smith-Mundt just before Trump took office.

      The case sets no precendent other than being one of the most egregious trampling of an American citizen’s rights in modern history.

      • Redneck Liberal August 5, 2022 at 8:49 pm #

        Oh, the sky IS falling!

        Wait till the DOJ gets into his phone, re:January 2021. It’ll be a doozy fun-time, and you can come back all outraged & shit…

        • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 10:15 am #

          Caps out again. Emotions running high?

          Alex Jones’s judge:



          • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 11:36 am #

            LMAO! Yeah not an indoctrinated fool at all. Jeeez.

          • Jarek August 6, 2022 at 11:53 am #

            Never trust a woman with unnaturally colored hair. Right, Mary?

          • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 1:10 pm #

            I trust all sorts of women with unnaturally colored hair, including myself (highlights).

          • Jarek August 6, 2022 at 2:02 pm #

            Pink highlights? Or electric blue?

            Stunning or stunned? Glen or Glenda?

  50. cowbell81 August 5, 2022 at 4:20 pm #

    KesaAnna, every time I see your handle I think of the once famous pop star Ke$ha. It would be rich if we had her frequenting this blog.

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    • KesaAnna August 5, 2022 at 4:47 pm #

      I have no idea who that is.

      Short story version :

      My parents are very odd birds.

      One manifestation of that was that up until about age 12 pretty much the only music I listened to was Handel , and Bach.

      Really, the list was that short.

      Well , habit tends to follow habit.

      For the next 25 years I pretty much listened to J S Bach , G F Handel , and Stevie Nicks.

      I was past 40 years of age when I embarked on a study of American music of the 1970’s .

      • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 5:27 pm #

        For the next 25 years I pretty much listened to J S Bach , G F Handel , and Stevie Nicks.

        LOL! Which of these three doesn’t belong?

        • Jarek August 6, 2022 at 11:55 am #

          Yeah same thing. Like John Az thinking that Hitler and Schwab are the same. Increasingly man is losing the ability to discriminate, to really think.

  51. tom clark August 5, 2022 at 4:36 pm #

    The human imagination is a wonderful thing, but when it can’t produce results it is worthless.

    • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 5:04 pm #

      Cryptic, as usual. Have you been doing hallucinogens with Aaron Rodgers? Far out, man!

      • Anthea August 6, 2022 at 11:39 pm #

        Tom is a medium. He is channelling Shari Lewis.

    • CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 5:11 pm #

      To Tom Clark: “No soap, radio.”

    • Jarek August 6, 2022 at 11:56 am #

      David Bowie said he didn’t need psychedelics because his imagination was so good.

      The clark may have a rare valid point.

      • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 2:50 pm #

        What’s the old broken clock being right twice a day thingy?

  52. wm5135 August 5, 2022 at 5:47 pm #

    “Who was behind it? It won’t be hard to find out, once we’re motivated to look.” JHK

    artistic interpretation:

    “Hey bubba, throw another virgin in the volcano”

  53. CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 6:18 pm #

    @ Rhett:

    Is this guy going to burn on “Judgement Day?”

    So how many Clusterfuck Nation members think Sandy Hook was a “false flag”? Askin’ for a friend

    Disaffected: Probably was. That’s why all the pushback

    • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 7:13 pm #

      I don’t know how God will rule on others on Judgement Day, Crusher. I am a mere mortal with a tiny people brain.

      All that I know is that I am a sinner and beg God for His forgiveness.

    • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 10:55 am #

      So much judgement going on these days. Same as it ever was, I guess.

  54. Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 6:43 pm #

    More wild conspiracy becomes truth. Contracts heavily redacted, just like Quaxxine contracts:

    “UK – Government Digital Services has signed 2 more contracts with iProov to develop the NHS app into full Digital ID based on biometrics and facial recognition.

    The details are heavily redacted, softly softly …

    It’s coming. Just like we told you.



    • thirdcoastlegend August 5, 2022 at 6:54 pm #

      Yes, this is quite disturbing.

      On the other hand, the quality of Western programming grads is plummeting, so this could turn into quite the unworkable disaster.

      • SoftStarLight August 6, 2022 at 3:28 am #

        Yes i have no doubts they are eager to implement the digital id. In addition to the quality concerns re the grads one also has to wonder how the digital stuff will be maintained when the grid sputters out lol?

        • GreenAlba August 6, 2022 at 7:17 am #

          That was one of K-Dog’s frequent points – that there would be no robot-world because when Robot-Dog’s leg falls of it takes weeks (or months) to get him a new leg. Although our overlords will have priorities when it comes to supply chains, I suppose.

          And I presume they are planning a more compact grid to fit a more compact population. The point remains valid, though. The NHS has had major problems with all its massive digital infrastructure projects. Even their track and trace system was a catastrophe (thank goodness). The effects of simple cock-ups will be unknown until they happen. It may be that the fully vaxxed and ID’d will sometimes find themselves shut out of things, just as those people in India died of starvation because the fingerprint technology wasn’t foolproof, rather than because they hadn’t complied.

          • SoftStarLight August 6, 2022 at 12:53 pm #

            Yeah, it is very inhuman and inhumane. “Sorry, our network is down so you’ll have to go hungry today. There’s simply nothing we can do.” I have no illusions that the globalists will not attempt to take it as far as possible. Did you hear about the “line city” project in Saudi Arabia recently headlined? The city will be designed in the shape of a line across the desert for something like 100 miles. It will be home to like 9 million people who will be warehoused in these towering megastructures. At least that is their blueprint.

          • GreenAlba August 6, 2022 at 1:48 pm #

            Yes, I saw the line project. These people aren’t just evil but clinically insane as well.

            I wonder if there will be a labyrinth of dungeons underneath it for the service personnel who can’t afford the rents.

    • Soul Forensics August 6, 2022 at 2:01 pm #


      The “line cities” you mention are planned for North America, too.

      Sort of a variation on the original Agenda 21 surveillance city corral.

      Tiny apartments, neighbours ratting on you to improve their social scores, designated ‘green’ spaces to ‘enjoy’ yourself for half-an-hour with other captured dullards, small portion of lean meat once a month if you’re a good boy or girl and achieve your minimum quota of good behaviour points, education and futuristic fantasy schools for youth and re-education for recalcitrant adults (cattle prods for the stubborn?), AI experiments on random or low-credit-point individuals, desolate landscape two blocks and beyond the city lines so that any escape is futile and dangerous (and escape to where? There won’t be any positive, alternative — that is, healthy — communities), and, of course, boosters #634 and beyond for baboonpox which will turn everyone’s ass hole bright red, not distinguishable from those involved in gay orgies in shoebox apartments overlooking broken asphalt and a horizon of tumbleweeds.

  55. CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 6:59 pm #


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    • Roundball Shaman August 5, 2022 at 7:06 pm #

      A ‘False Flag’ does NOT mean that an event did not happen. What False Flag really means is that those that were behind an event are NOT the ones being publicly promoted as such. Or, that there were true perps further behind them.

      There are False Flags and then there are False Events. These are not the same thing.

      • CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 7:10 pm #

        Tell that to the Alex Jones’ jury.

        • Redneck Liberal August 5, 2022 at 8:52 pm #

          And Alex Jones. He claimed that nobody died and that everyone involved were “crisis actors”. What a wanker.

          • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 10:29 pm #

            Possibility as well. What you think you know (via our lapdog press) but don’t will shock the living shit out of you. We know for sure that the Boston Marathon bombing was a similar hoax, and Sandy Hook would have been even easier to pull off.

          • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 11:39 am #

            I absolutely love Dave McGowan’s second-by-second debunking of the Boston Marathon bombing hoax.


          • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 2:21 pm #

            He wasn’t around for Sandy Hook, was he? He’d have no doubt got(ten?) to the bottom of it, although that might have got(ten?) him killed as well.

          • MaryQueen August 8, 2022 at 10:32 am #

            He was, as he died in 2015. I was trying to find anything about it on his site but haven’t yet. That doesn’t mean he didn’t write about it. It might be in one of his books. The guy was prolific!

        • Jarek August 6, 2022 at 11:59 am #

          Don’t act like you knew that distinction. You didn’t. And you won’t retain it. You love the either/or. Saved or damned. No shades of grey allowed.

      • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 11:38 am #

        Thank you. I am sick of all-caps knee-jerk reaction from people who can’t think critically. It’s a disease of our society.

    • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 7:09 pm #

      Like you KNOW and get to define thought crime!

      Smarten up.

      • CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 7:12 pm #

        Dawson if you agree with Alex Jones’ take on Sandy Hook you are a sick son-of a bitch

        • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 7:32 pm #

          This is not about me or even about Alex Jones. This is about you telling us what we can and cannot think. Smarten up.

          • CrusherMuldoon August 7, 2022 at 8:50 am #

            Yeah, I know. Detached, intellectual and cool headed. The Great White Throne, “Rhett”

        • Jarek August 6, 2022 at 12:00 pm #

          What does the other alter-ego say, Bob Polecat?

    • SoftStarLight August 6, 2022 at 3:19 am #

      Still busily creating laws and legalities are you. And now you are in congruence with thought regulation. Two steps away from mind control. To the degree any event is used as a tool to crush specified non conformists is the degree to which some will think it is a false flag. In spite of your neuron negating wishes. I had hoped to say i was surprised and shocked by your stance

    • Woodchuck August 6, 2022 at 7:33 am #

      So tell us oh wise one – how many times have you listened to Alex’s show? I dare you to give it a try. You can find him on Genesis Radio Network. You won’t? You already know all the answers and take all your cues from the MSM? So there’s no need to listen to Alex and hear his side of the story?

    • Paula D August 6, 2022 at 3:56 pm #

      So “Asking for a friend” was your way of finding out who to scream insults at?

      How very Woke of you.

      • CrusherMuldoon August 7, 2022 at 8:51 am #

        Obviously understanding implied sarcasm is not one of your abilities.

        • Paula D August 7, 2022 at 7:07 pm #

          That’s your excuse?

  56. CrusherMuldoon August 5, 2022 at 7:16 pm #

    Did Alex Jones say Sandy Hook was real?
    Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones testified Wednesday that he now understands it was irresponsible of him to declare the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre a hoax and that he now believes it was “100% real.”

    Kinda late to change your mind, fruitcake

    • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 7:30 pm #

      It is never too late to change your mind. People learn. People evolve. People absorb and analyze new information.

      It used to be that having “an open mind” was desirable. Then some corrupt ad hommer started calling that “flip-flopping” and, suddenly, closed-minded stubbornness became a virtue!

      What a world!

      • Redneck Liberal August 5, 2022 at 8:54 pm #

        Wow. I never thought I say this, OG, but that’s a good point.

        • malthuss August 5, 2022 at 8:55 pm #

          how do you know its OG?

          • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 4:31 pm #

            The same way we know Redneck is Majella and FreddieMars.

            They get banned for going full padded cell, and they return writing in the same style.

            Some here are quite sensitive to language (Jarek, myself, GA, Mary, Mango, etc.), and usually have no problem identifying returning banees.

          • Redneck Liberal August 6, 2022 at 4:42 pm #

            ‘Banees’? Should be “bannees” surely?

          • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 5:07 pm #

            Phrased as a question.



        • GreenAlba August 5, 2022 at 9:39 pm #

          So how open is your mind, Redneck? I’m still waiting for your Chetty debunk and for your comments on the Seneff paper on immune suppression by mRNA vaxx.

          And this just landed in my inbox:


          It’ll be a great test of your ability to throw off that closed-minded stubbornness that has been holding you back.

          Given the comment you just posted, I really don’t think I’ve ever seen a case of cognitive dissonance as gobsmacking as yours.

          • GreenAlba August 5, 2022 at 9:40 pm #

            There’s a ‘t’ missing at the start of that ‘link’, so it’s not about Ruth. 🙂

          • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 9:59 pm #

            Turbo Cancer. Yuck!

          • SoftStarLight August 6, 2022 at 3:02 am #

            It appears that a review of VAERS data is also indicating a super massive spike in the number of cases of cancer reported following covid vaxination as compared to cases of cancer reported after all other vaccinations.


          • GreenAlba August 6, 2022 at 6:27 am #

            Thanks SSL. I’m on the Life Site News mailing list but there’s so much stuff coming into my inbox I can’t keep up!

          • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 10:17 am #

            GA, to get a response you need to mention Alex Jones or something similar.

            Get his blood flowing.


          • SoftStarLight August 6, 2022 at 12:33 pm #

            Oh no problem! There is so much out there validating the suspicions we have. And i note that RL has lacked the decency to respond. That to me speaks volumes

      • CrusherMuldoon August 6, 2022 at 11:01 am #

        How many lives did he ruin with his heinous vicious totally unsubstantiated fairy tale before he learned evolved absorbed and analyzed<Rhett? Is it possible before he had the heinous vicious slanderous diabolic conspiracy theory, he should have evolved learned absorbed and analyzed before he spewed his unadulterated filth at grieving parents who lost their children?" YOU HAVE A DAUGHTER OG; how would you feel if you looked at her bullet-ridden body on the ground and then had to listen to some piece of whale shit tell you that the event never happened. You sit that and type so rational and cold blooded…. By the way OG some philosopher named Emerson said "Consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds" I'm sure this makes you feel satisfied; I hope that piece of donkey shit finds great solace in those words as his bank account gets drained.

        • Redneck Liberal August 6, 2022 at 11:12 am #

          Well said.

          Let’s also not forget, when looking at the harm to the parents (all of them), that they also suffered from the direct actions of Jones’ adherents who verbally and by texts & email/social media vilified them and threatened them with physical harm.

          He’s a favourite of Night Howler’s, naturally.

        • Paula D August 6, 2022 at 3:57 pm #

          The parents were not allowed to look at their children’s bodies, Crusher.
          That shows both that something is very, very wrong with the Official Story and that you are a media-slurping, easily manipulated fool.

          • CrusherMuldoon August 7, 2022 at 8:56 am #

            Okay. So, nobody identified the bodies, right? The wake included closed caskets and the children who know longer living with their parents are on Fantasy Island with the Challenger 7, JFK Mr Rourke and Tatoo. Got it. You need to get laid, Paula

          • Paula D August 7, 2022 at 7:09 pm #

            You are digging yourself deeper into the Idiot Box, Crusher.
            The parents “identified” the children from the artist’s renditions.
            You clearly DON’T know the Official Story, but that doesn’t stop you from hurling invective at skeptics.
            You should be embarrassed.

        • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 4:14 pm #

          The emotional take.

          Back in reality, freedom of speech allows one to express opinions without the fear of a lawsuit, federal harassment, or imprisonment.

          There is nothing that justifies trying to bankrupt an individual for expressing an opinion.

          If there were, pretty much everyone here would be in Redneck’s New Normal gulag.

          • Redneck Liberal August 6, 2022 at 4:44 pm #

            1st A does protect hate speech or outright lies.

          • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 5:03 pm #

            Kindly post the pertinent legal text with regard to the first amendment.

            When it never arrives, I will add it to the list that I use to torture you here.

        • Q. Shtik August 7, 2022 at 4:39 pm #

          Emerson said “Consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds” – Crusher


          What Emerson said was “A foolish consistency… etc.” The word “foolish” makes a huge difference.

      • Paula D August 6, 2022 at 7:41 pm #

        It used to be that adult continuing education was a good thing.

        Now it’s sneered at “Oh, you do your own research, do you?”

    • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 11:41 am #

      Temper tantrums aren’t a good look on ya, Crusher.

      • Paula D August 6, 2022 at 4:01 pm #

        Right? What the hell happened to make him go off like that?
        He can’t possibly think parents were somehow injured by Alex Jones.
        Must be the media twisting his brain into inchoate rage.

        • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 4:21 pm #

          Alex Jones triggers the media-consuming jellyfish of all stripes.

          The rage directed at Jones is really an expression of the terror the ragers feel inside, as they are too afraid to say what they know they should, for fear of what others might think.

          Anglo-Saxon-based cultures are shame cultures. Starts when we are kids. Bullying, shaming, and groupthink are encouraged.

          The media has turned Alex into a social pariah for being eccentric.

          As a man, I find that opinions on AJ are quite useful to determine whether one is dealing with a beta male. No man of even moderate testicular fortitude would support destroying free speech.

  57. Why_weren't_we_asked_about_Degrowth August 5, 2022 at 9:04 pm #

    Great Response Rhett

    Asking questions has become dangerous behavior

    • BackRowHeckler August 5, 2022 at 9:28 pm #

      I wonder if CNN & MSNBC can now be sued for flogging the Trump/ Russia collusion election hoax every night for 3 years?

      • Paula D August 6, 2022 at 4:04 pm #

        And the “covid gonna get you” and the “safe and effective” bullshit?
        They owe a lot of people a lot of money, if we’re going to pretend that parents were “damaged” by Alex Jones, because their feelings were hurt, then what are millions of deaths and actual injuries worth?

    • SoftStarLight August 6, 2022 at 2:46 am #

      That’s because knowledge is power, among other things. So indeed asking questions can be a dangerous thing. And sometimes you learn more things by simply being quiet. And then there is information regret. Like wish you didn’t know and so forth.

  58. Why_weren't_we_asked_about_Degrowth August 5, 2022 at 9:46 pm #

    I like Jim’s question when did this all begin. Was it when Climate Change was first publicized as a catrophic impending crisis? Around 1991 when future VP Al Gore was in Brazil at a Global Warming summit. Did it have something to do with the establishment of a Plan for a New American Century in 1997 which quickly led to 9/11 and the war on Iraq?
    Did the war on terror provide a disguise for the infiltration and spying on every partner government? It was around this time that Jeffery Epstein’s underage Honey traps were in full swing co-opting western leaders and key players.
    Was it evident after the 2008 financial crisis when QE started and oil prices briefly touched $140 a barrel?
    When all the Global Central Banks began using the opioid of Qualitative Easing did they know it couldn’t be stopped? Did they know that once QE started they could never put down the pipe full of endless free money and virtually zero interest rates?
    There was something different about the media coverage during the Green Revolutions, the Arab Spring, the ISIS attacks, how did ISIS get all those Toyota Trucks? The media was co-opted during the Obama Administration and they never stopped their coordinated bias for Obama and then against Trump.

    I think a combination of the War on Terror and the response to the Financial Crisis started the ball rolling.

    • Disaffected August 5, 2022 at 10:22 pm #

      All good points. The 9-11-2001 Global War of Terror officially started the ball rolling, the 2008 “Financial Crisis” accelerated and confirmed it, and the 2020 ConVid Scam locked it in. There’s no turning back now.

      • Bob Polecat August 5, 2022 at 10:32 pm #

        “There’s no turning back now.”

        Sad but true.

      • JohnAZ August 6, 2022 at 2:34 pm #


        Guns and butter, Econ 101.

        You cannot wage war against someone else AND have a welfare state.

        Historical backup big time.

        LBJ tried to fight the Vietnamese and do the Great Society.

        After he quit in 68, Nixon, Ford, and Carter tried to figure out how to get out of the inflationary mess the 70s presented. It took Paul Volker and really high interest rates plus the 81,82 recession to stop the inflation.

        Will Powell have the same intestinal fortitude in the face of overwhelming tax and spend pressure fron the Left. Indications are he has some support. If he does what is necessary, we are going to pay a heavy price for the Leftists and their dogma of spend, spend and spend.

        BTW, the Left has really gone hypocrisy crazy by calling a tax and spend bill a “inflation reduction bill”. Their arrogance is appalling.

        Just a reminder. In the late 70s,

        Mortgage rates. 17%

        Credit card rates. >20%. Many folks went under with large credit card balances.

        CDs 16%

        Car loans 15%

        These are ones I remember. Add on.

        The Dems are going to destroy this country in one final attempt to show that government benevolence and printing money at will will at long last succeed. Paving the way for the globalists to move in.

        As in 1978, one man stands in the way of financial collapse. Pray Powell does his job.

        QE must die!!

        • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 3:43 pm #


          One of the reasons they need to raise interest rate is to attract foreign capital into the US, especially now that the $US is no longer viewed as a “safe haven.” To the contrary, its now viewed as a liability, since the US has repeatedly shown that it will seize foreign (or domestic) assets for any reason it sees fit, or none at all.

          On the flip side, the great credit boom of 2000-2020 is now officially played out as well. All the discretionary income is in the hands of a well-heeled few and the masses no longer have the ability to pay, no matter how low the interest rates are. Add on energy shortages, whether real or engineered by fake wars with Russia, and the gig is truly up for the US economy. It might not crash immediately, but it’s damn sure never coming back to the heady days of 1990-2010. Nor do the people with money and power even want it to.

          What we’re seeing now is the long-anticipated end game play out, where all the hoi polloi get liquidated for the good of all, and the righteous “winners” clear the table and cash out with their winnings.

          • Q. Shtik August 7, 2022 at 5:28 pm #

            and the gig is truly up for the US economy. – Disaff


            Google ‘the gig is up vs the jig is up.’

        • Socrates-Detroit August 8, 2022 at 8:01 am #

          It was difficult for Volcker.

          It is vastly more difficult for Powell.

          In the late 1970s, America still made things. The trade deficit was a “new” and recent phenomenon.

          The national debt had doubled, from $500 billion in 1975 to around $1 trillion in 1980, yes. But today it is larger.

          The US electorate was more intelligent and less polarized.

          Technology and computers were big, but nothing like today.

          They will probably push Central Bank Digital Currency–“the money you need when you need it”

          An even worse solution to a bad MAN-MADE problem….

    • Rhett Dawson August 5, 2022 at 10:28 pm #

      Succinct recap of these past 3 decades. Thank you.

      Waco (1993), Oklahoma City (1995) and Serbia (1999) to flesh out (pardon the pun) the ’90s.

      • BackRowHeckler August 6, 2022 at 7:22 am #

        To continue an earlier thread, I can assure you that the Sandy Hook school massacre was not a ‘false flag’ event, but actually occured as advertised. That, and the massacre of the women in the Petit family 5 years previously in Cheshire cast a pall over the state that continues to this day. One thing I notice about Sandy Hook is that the name of the person who actually perpetrated the murders — Adam Lanza — is rarely, if ever, mentioned. Instead blame is cast on the NRA, Remington Arms, the Gun Culture, Alex Jones, the Federal Ammunition Company — you get the picture. There is definitely a political angle as to how the Sandy Hook school massacre is being spun and remembered. On top of that is the matter of Newtown, Ct itself. It’s a pretty little town with a beautiful, broad main street, but strange things happen in Newtown. In the late 80s the white wife of a black airline pilot disappeared one day, never to be seen again. The pilot is a suspect in her disappearance but was never arrested. Then a few years later another airline pilot murdered his airline stewardess wife — and put her body thru a wood chipper. You probably heard about that one. In 2012 a man named Robert Hoagland disappeared while out mowing his lawn, not to be seen since. Then a few summers ago a UCONN student who grew up in Newtown — and whose mother is a teacher in Newtown Schools (and who’s father, an ESPN producer, was arrested for assaulting kids on a youth sports team) went on a cross state murder and kidnapping spree — wielding a machete.

        A strange town indeed.

        In Ct., quite often things are not what they seem.

        • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 9:56 am #

          So Jones is saying that it literally didn’t happen at all, as in no one was actually killed? It was all staged, in other words. The false flag scenarios I’ve read previously contended that it was a facilitated event and that Lanza was used as a patsy, a more typical false flag scenario. I still think that was the most likely scenario, as the logistics would have been extremely challenging for a single unsophisticated and apparently disturbed shooter. Any time I see a lone shooter, usually crazed and unstable, pulling off extraordinary feats of marksmanship and tactical savvy I suspect CIA dark ops involvement. It’s a good rule of thumb and it’s almost always accurate, especially considering the political fallout that these things always generate.

          Either way, fining Jones $45M is pure bullshit. The parents haven’t been harmed by his theories, no matter how nutty they eventually prove to be, although we’ll never know the actual truth either way. The CIA boys are pretty good about covering their tracks, at least legally.

          • BackRowHeckler August 6, 2022 at 10:33 am #

            Jones is a provocateur who I’ve never paid attention too.


            These type of lawsuits will be used against other media types from here on in. For example I mentioned above CNN and MSNBC flogging the Russia Collusion hoax for 3 solid years. They knew it was a hoax yet they perpetuated it nevertheless, tying up Trump’s presidency for the whole term.

          • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 10:38 am #

            Yep, Jones is on the nutty end of the spectrum, for sure. But you need those types too – the guys unafraid to throw some outrageous shit against the wall to see if it sticks – to help define the range of possibilities. And the possibilities are always greater than what the average MSM consuming droid thinks they are. Hence ConVid19 and other ongoing scams.

          • CrusherMuldoon August 6, 2022 at 11:07 am #

            Either way, fining Jones $45M is pure bullshit. The parents haven’t been harmed by his theories, no matter how nutty they eventually prove to be, although we’ll never know the actual truth either way. The CIA boys are pretty good about covering their tracks, at least legally

            Why don’t you go up to one of the parents who looked at their bullet ridden elementary school student and tell them that they didn’t get hurt from Jones’ maniacal theory from hell. They’d give you the ass whipping you deserve you human drip of smegma

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder August 6, 2022 at 11:43 am #

            All I know is I saw (on CNN, live as it was happening as well as later on replay), chopper video shot from above, showing the same groups of kids and teachers walking out one door of the school in single file, going around the side/back of the school, re-entering the school there, then re-emerging out the other door again.

            Looked like a drill.

            That said, I was not there. And I’m glad I’m not Alex Jones right now.

          • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 11:43 am #

            Look at Crusher, adopting wokeism.

            “Oh someone’s feelings were hurt, they deserve a million dollars.”

            Do you even hear yourself?

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder August 6, 2022 at 12:02 pm #

            Also saw the one dad walking toward a press conference laughing and joking with the people next to him, then gets up to the mic and cameras (while still laughing), then puts his head down, looks up, puts on a somber face and makes his statement amidst strained tears. (yes, I know grief works in different ways for different people, but google it and watch for yourself, it was odd.)

            Also watched Wayne Carver, the medical examiner, awkwardly giggle and smile repeatedly while being interviewed about the autopsies. Maybe he was just a weird dude, who knows..takes an interesting type of person to run a morgue, I suppose? (He himself died in 2019 at age 67. “Carver’s death was natural…but the exact cause was not immediately clear.” Ah.)

            Don’t forget the “potential second shooter in camo” that ran off into the woods, reported live by CNN, and shown from above on camera. Never to be mentioned again. Must not have happened.

            Jones pointed out how these and other anomalies looked “off”. He didn’t threaten any familes, at least not from any evidence that has been presented. Like him or not, as far as is publicly evident, he dindunuffin illegal.

          • Jarek August 6, 2022 at 12:05 pm #

            He’s been right about so many things before almost every one.

            You guys are the little people in comparison.

            Admittedly he got carried away on this one and may pay dearly for putting his foot in his mouth.

          • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 1:42 pm #

            MrMango, yes, there are so many freakish aspects of the incident that do not gel with the official version. And it’s far from unique in that respect.

            So of course, people are gonna start asking questions.

            I don’t think the kids weren’t killed, but I do think that it was a false flag, and that Adam Lanza was the fall guy. Like so many other massacres.

          • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 1:46 pm #

            They’d give you the ass whipping you deserve you human drip of smegma

            LOL! So much drama! I seriously doubt the ass whipping part.

          • Paula D August 6, 2022 at 4:16 pm #

            The story was bullshit in all of its versions.
            We were told first that Adam Lanza, a stereotypical 90 pound weakling, carried a couple of hundred pounds of weapons and ammo, broke into the school, shot 26 people dead in 5 minutes and then killed himself. (Later on they changed that story and they said the Bushmaster was in his trunk.)
            Reports of 3 men dressed in black running off into the woods were brushed off as “It was a father who came to decorate cookies”.
            The paramedics did not scoop and run with the children, they left their bodies there. We are told that paramedics can decide if someone is dead or not and that it is appropriate to decide to leave children who were shot 5 minutes before lying there unattended.
            NO! That is not how emergency response works in the US.
            There is no way that paramedics can declare death, it has to be medical control and there is no way that medical control would declare death over the radio for 26 people who were were just shot, especially kids.
            There is the Golden Hour of trauma and there is no way that paramedics would not do their damnedst to save those kids.
            The coroner would not let the parents see their children, he had “artists” draw pictures to show them.
            WTF? That is NOT how things are done in the US. Parents are allowed to see and hold their deceased children.
            The story is bogus and clearly false. Like I said, I don’t know what happened to those kids, but I know damn well that the Official Story is a lie.
            And no amount of Crusher’s media-derived hysterical rants will change my mind.
            I am a Trauma Certified, Medical Control certified, 25 year ER nurse and I call bullshit.
            No way first responders would let injured children bleed out while they just stood by. That is not a believable story.

          • BackRowHeckler August 6, 2022 at 5:17 pm #

            No, MQ, I can understand where Crusher is coming from Sandy Hook is an emotional subject round these parts.

          • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 5:27 pm #

            “Either way, fining Jones $45M is pure bullshit. The parents haven’t been harmed by his theories, no matter how nutty they eventually prove to be, although we’ll never know the actual truth either way.”

            Correct. This is the way of the parasite.

            I find 9/11 an apt comparison. Lots of death, lots of different ideas tossed around about why the fishy stuff happened the way it did. Lots of families suffered.

            Many of the 9/11 families, however, are as critical as Jones and have been denied justice.

            This Sandy Hook sideshow is nothing more than an attempt to stifle speech. If they can do this to Jones, they can do it to anyone.

            It is rather telling to see what sorts of folks fall for it, however. Explains why we are where we are.

          • Sean Coleman August 6, 2022 at 6:25 pm #

            RTE (Irish state broadcaster) had a bit about Jones on its news broadcast last night. It also had a recent story about a conspiracy theorist in the US who spent over 2k on emergency rations and then had to throw it all away. It also had the Goerge Floyd story. A few weeks before that they had the black jogger who had been shot dead for no reason (my wife came into me, breathless, to tell me how terrible it was. For no reason! America is not safe for black joggers.)

            If RTE say black then it is white and vice versa.

            I used to think stories like Sandy Hook were unbelievable but I don’t anymore. First rule and last rule: they lie about everything.

        • malthuss August 6, 2022 at 10:10 am #

          Brittany would be ugly if she were male.
          6’9″ or so and wears size 17 mens shoes.

          Juding by photos, brittany is a man.

          • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 10:33 am #

            Looks like a duck, walks like a duck, talks like a duck… She’s a duck alright.

          • SoftStarLight August 6, 2022 at 12:28 pm #

            Omg lol stop it. Brittney Griner is not a boy. But i do see many who are misspelling her name in a serial manner and it makes me wonder if its a sorta coordinated demoralizing effort.

          • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 1:42 pm #

            Someone said she’s a hermaphrodite (intersex).

            So maybe presents more as male although being technically female.

            But I don’t know for sure.

          • malthuss August 6, 2022 at 2:19 pm #


            did you look at the images of BG, shirtless?

          • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 2:34 pm #

            If “Big Mike” is indeed “Big Mike,” then Brittney Griner is indeed “Big Grinder.” Wouldn’t surprise me if they’re sprinkled throughout the WNBA, which face it, is desperate for viewers these days anyway they can get them.

          • Q. Shtik August 7, 2022 at 4:13 pm #

            Juding by photos, brittany is a man. – Malth


            Pg 1 of the Aug 5 NYT has a picture of Brittney seated in the “defendant’s box” in a courtroom outside Moscow after the judge,… imposed her sentence. “She” is wearing a green (?, not sure of the color ’cause I’m a touch colorblind) and where you would expect at least a little protrusion of breasts there is absolutely none. She has an extremely high forehead as if it were the early onset of creeping baldness. It is very similar to the hairline of my 46 y/o first son. “Her” arms sport unartistic tattoos.

            Throw in a height of 6’9,” an observer would not have to be totally crazy to think Brittney might be an actual male.

            As a casual user of pot for the past 50 years I feel sorry for Brittney. I can totally believe “she” snuck in her small supply of hash oil (if that’s what it was) and never gave much thought to this act exploding in her face as it has. No question she is the perfect political pawn. My gut expects a swap deal being struck within 6 months or less.

          • Q. Shtik August 7, 2022 at 5:14 pm #


            “She” is wearing a green T shirt. I forgot to say T shirt in my comment Aug 7 at 4:13pm

        • malthuss August 6, 2022 at 10:11 am #

          many government and GE employees live there.

          • BackRowHeckler August 6, 2022 at 10:34 am #

            Yes Lanza’s father was a GE executive.

  59. CrusherMuldoon August 6, 2022 at 11:12 am #

    Jones is a provocateur who I’ve never paid attention too.

    However (?????????????)

    These types of lawsuits will be used against other media types from here on in.
    So, what’s the alternative, Marlin?. The distraught destroyed parents should have kept their mouths shut to “ensure the domestic tranquility”?”
    Don’t blame the victims BRH. Blame the human piece of malignancy that ran his mouth irresponsibly.

    • Bob Polecat August 6, 2022 at 11:29 am #

      Free Speech. The 1st Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America.

      “Freedom is messy.”
      – Unknown

      SSL recently goofed on someone (called them “Dad” and thanked them for the “civics lesson”) when he had applauded JAZ for defending the free speech of someone that he completely disagrees with (and even endures abuse from). SSL is better than that, imho.

      What would happen to me if I, right now, said that I thought that the obvious crisis actor making light and then “getting into character” while claiming to be a SH father was, indeed, an obvious crisis actor?

      Would the FBI come get me and then I’d be sued for millions that I don’t have?

      Freedom is indeed messy but it is WAY better than the Thought Police.

      • SoftStarLight August 6, 2022 at 12:24 pm #

        LOL well I do always try to put my best foot forward. “thanks Dad!” with a little eyeroll or “ok Mr. Serious” are just little playful banters

        • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 2:48 pm #

          I dunno. You’ve been pretty durn serious of late, Lil’ SSL.

      • Redneck Liberal August 6, 2022 at 4:52 pm #

        It was a civil case – no FBI, sorry. I’m sure you’re disappointed.

    • BackRowHeckler August 6, 2022 at 11:37 am #

      Actually Crusher I was appalled when I heard what AJ was saying about Sandy Hook.

      At any rate I think this case will put an end to his career.

      Altho, there will be appeals, and I doubt very much the Sandy Hook parents will see any money.

      • Soul Forensics August 6, 2022 at 2:11 pm #

        Interesting take, BRH.

        I rather think that Jones’ fine(s) and the resulting opprobrium will just increase his cachet as rebel and fighter. They’re gonna have to put him in a ten by nine cell until the Cubs win their next World Series to make a dent in his public reach or career.

        • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 2:45 pm #

          Agreed. This little dustup will just put more “butts in the seats.”

      • Redneck Liberal August 6, 2022 at 4:55 pm #

        I doubt they did it “for the money”. They just wanted the little arsehole to STOP!

        Yet, here he was, last week during the trial, trolling them, and the judge, from his Fortress Prison Planet “Free Speech Systems” studio.

        • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 5:16 pm #

          Sounds pretty funny, TBH.

        • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 5:27 pm #

          So you’re OK to sue someone to shut them up when they have not broken any laws.

          • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 5:32 pm #

            We are waiting for the Rednut to provide the pertinent legal text and how it applies to Mr. Jones’s situation.

            See my post earlier.

            He would never let us down. 🙂

    • Jarek August 6, 2022 at 12:08 pm #

      Even Rogan admits that Jones is a powerful man and a serious street fighter. He would crush you in the ring.

    • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 1:43 pm #

      No need for parents to ‘keep their mouths shut.’

      Also no need to sue someone for talking about it.

    • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 5:19 pm #

      The parents are parasites, TBH.

      Why would you cash in on your child’s death?

      A man expresses an opinion, and these parents agree to sue him?

      The logic is quite clear. Use whatever you can to enrich yourself.

      The American Way.

    • JackStraw August 7, 2022 at 9:39 am #

      We have a budding fascist here who thinks words can kill and that feelings are what all judgement must be based.

      He said some stupid things. Stop crying like a 5yr old and get back to your miserable life.

  60. MrMangoOnMyShoulder August 6, 2022 at 11:33 am #

    Hua Chunying wrote: ‘We cannot allow the US to take itself as “world policeman” and treat other countries George Floyd whom it can bully and strangle at will.’

    Says the government that literally welded people into their homes because of covid.

    Hey – nice try, China.

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    • SoftStarLight August 6, 2022 at 12:13 pm #

      I think it’s a good thing. I became sick this morning after reading that the Republicans wrote up some sort of position statement on Pelosi’s recent Taiwan visit stating essentially that the Biden Regime is encouraging Chinese aggression due to its waffling weakness and lack of support for the speakers visit. It would be so nice and refreshing to hear politicians say that our borders are gone but we waste time and energy on the borders of fake countries thousands of miles away.

      • JohnAZ August 6, 2022 at 2:47 pm #


        The real issue that is emerging is that other powers in the world can now kick Uncle Sam’s ass.

        How do you handle a situation when two or three bully boys are in the same sandbox?

        If China follows Geopolitics 101 right now, Taiwan will soon be part of the People’s Republic. If it happens, the Americans better figure out how to build chip fabs fast.

        Biden’s mob has been intensely paving the way for a WEF takeover of America and Europe that he forgot the other two bully boys. Well, they are still here, with greater power than ever, getting ready to knock the US off the mountain.

        Biden’s mob was the absolute worst choice this country could’ve made. Just think, the most courageous member was a 80 year old woman. China is still laughing at the Mob.

        The voters have gotten what they deserve. America is Amerika after the two bills pending in the Senate today get passed. Manchin and Sinema have both sold their souls to the Deep State devil.

        • JohnAZ August 6, 2022 at 2:51 pm #

          BTW, chip fabs are very water hungry to keep clean rooms clean.

          So let’s build them in tada

          Phoenix, Chandler and Tempe, AZ. Who initiated the build fabs now movement?

          Mark Kelly, of course.

          Uh huh.

        • TPTB-USA August 8, 2022 at 1:11 am #

          [Biden’s mob has been intensely paving the way for a WEF takeover of America and Europe that he forgot the other two bully boys. Well, they are still here, with greater power than ever, getting ready to knock the US off the mountain.

          Biden’s mob was the absolute worst choice this country could’ve made. Just think, the most courageous member was a 80 year old woman. China is still laughing at the Mob.]

          John, try this on for size:

          The likes of Kerry, Biden, Xi, Pelosi, Putin, etc., etc., etc. have been in bed with each other at Davos for years.

          Klaus Schwab, the head of the World Economic Forum (WEF), wrote that “Every country, from the United States to China, must participate [in the Great Reset], and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed. In short, we need a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism.”

          As Schwab wrote, “Every country, from the United States to China, must participate …”, otherwise the agenda is futile.

          The likes of Kerry, Biden, Pelosi, etc. have made numerous concessions with Xi in order to fulfill their dream of a One World Government, and as we have seen numerous times, their conclusions are based on naive wishful thinking.

          At this point, the US team has basically committed treason, so they are in a bad spot. Biden and his cohorts are still holding out hope that Xi will fulfill their ‘Great Reset’ dream; whereas Pelosi has come to the realization that, consistent to Xi’s word, that Xi and China will be the center of the world, and Pelosi’s only hope is that NATO can take on anyone that opposes the WEF agenda.

          Watch for a move to fold the US armed forces into NATO (or a mad dash for the rats to grab a seat at the US Chapter of the CCP).

          As you say, Biden and his cohorts (including Nancy) are the absolute worst choice this country could’ve made.

    • Bob Polecat August 6, 2022 at 2:29 pm #

      A validly criticizes B.
      B points out that A is not perfect.
      B then seemingly claims to be above valid criticism because A is not perfect.

      And so it goes.

      • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 2:35 pm #

        Will this question be on the test?

        • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 2:44 pm #

          Follow up question: will we have to show our work?

      • Jarek August 6, 2022 at 2:48 pm #

        Yes, this is the logical fallacy of ad hominem, a feminine specialty epitomized by Mary on this site.

        • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 2:53 pm #

          Now, now, Jar. Why always poking at people without direct provocation? You’ve got the devil in you, my man!

        • JohnAZ August 6, 2022 at 2:54 pm #

          No way, Jarek.

          This is the manipulation of facts by every person in power in society to get their way.

          Otherwise, why have power?

          The Biden Mob are experts of what this is about,

          Political spin.

        • JC Penny August 6, 2022 at 5:03 pm #

          Good job, Jarek. I always enjoy your ‘at the edge of society’ commentary. Right, wrong, indifferent. You are parrot of your own colors.

          So similar to comedy: It wouldn’t be funny if not true.

          Yet, the ‘borg’ don’t think it true. Hence, not funny.

        • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 5:28 pm #


          Nice projection.


          • JC Penny August 6, 2022 at 5:35 pm #

            Some people just keep stamping “ME” in their forehead. It keeps their eyes closed. See above.

    • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 4:35 pm #

      The George Floyd reference turned elevated this quote into a comedic realm that few can truly appreciate.


  61. MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 1:05 pm #

    Excellent article, James, thank you.

    I am always glad to read that you see some sort of reckoning or accountability coming. I don’t, but I like entertaining the possibility…

  62. Rhett Dawson August 6, 2022 at 3:06 pm #

    Hey Crusher. You remind me of those “America: Love it or leave it!” Viet Nam War era buzz-cuts. They were ready to fight if anyone criticized the US’s blatantly flawed, profiteering foreign policy because their nephew died “over there.”

    They could never see that discussing flawed US policy was intended to stop the further tragic deaths like their fallen nephew while they insisted in “throwing in good money after bad.”

    Yes, they were boneheads.

    “Freedom is messy.”
    – Unknown

    I can Honestly say that I would rather Alex Jones host discussions of how my daughter was not really shot dead or was really shot dead in a CIA black-op false flag (and may even demand my say as a guest on his show to set the record and public discourse straight) than to have him muzzled by the same government accused of perpetrating the entire incident. Honest to God I would.

    If my consistent, logical approach bothers you … too bad for you.

  63. tom clark August 6, 2022 at 3:40 pm #

    The lack of faith in the human race on this blog is spellbinding.

    • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 3:46 pm #

      Spellbinding? Seems like a poor word choice, tc. Disheartening (to you) might work better here. But Q. might want to weigh in here as well, so I’d gladly defer to him.

    • Rhett Dawson August 6, 2022 at 4:05 pm #

      In all fairness, Tom, why, on God’s green earth, would anyone have faith in the human race? The human race has fudged everything up for eons.

      The human is a dirty, smelly, conniving, prideful greedy back-stabber. Sad but true.

      • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 4:44 pm #

        Well, we are still around.

        • Rhett Dawson August 6, 2022 at 5:12 pm #

          Do you have faith in tape worms?

          • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 5:31 pm #

            Yep. I also have faith that when the fashos make their move, others will counter their move.

            That is history, and little by little, we progress. How ugly things get along the way is a bit harder to predict.

          • Rhett Dawson August 6, 2022 at 5:56 pm #

            How optimistic of you.

            Of course, sometimes we regress for a century or two or five.

          • Sean Coleman August 6, 2022 at 6:01 pm #

            “RD”. I believe we have been regressing for five hundred years. getting faster all the time.

          • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 6:03 pm #

            Yes, but now we have the Interwebz.

            The flow of information can’t be stopped.

    • gustafson.robert.22 August 6, 2022 at 7:02 pm #

      I’m talking on twitter to a biologist who thinks the sixth mass extinction is now 200,000 years in the making and almost complete. Interesting.

  64. Paula D August 6, 2022 at 4:31 pm #

    A good sign of a false flag is when people who want to know who-done-it are attacked for “lack of respect for the families”.
    Say what? Since when do families not want to know who killed their loved ones?
    Since when do they get to sue people who want to know?
    Shall we just disband all homicide detective units because looking for a suspect is “disrespectful”?
    They pull the same thing with 9-11 and Seth Rich.
    Don’t ask any questions!!!! It’s none of your business who killed those people. Society has no interest in murder, or in finding the perps, only the immediate families do.

    • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 5:33 pm #

      Yup. I got that in spades after 9/11. I started asking questions because the official story was so whack it should have just made people laugh. But ask a question and then it was somehow disrespecting the victims.

      Of course the reason it is seen that way is because our mainstream media and institutions have programmed us to see it that way.

      Millions still don’t, though.

    • Sean Coleman August 6, 2022 at 5:58 pm #

      Paula, about a couple of weeks ago I mentioned the way they combine some dastardly deal with turning a quick buck on the side. A 2 for 1.There would usually be suspicious activity on the stock exchanges a few days before hand. Catherine Austin Fitts mentioned how she came across evidence of this before the big ‘sunami’ in and around :Thailand and Indonesia and she drew the conclusion that they can now cause tidal waves if they want. Well, I heard the other day that Goldman Sachs (I think) had made a killing but I cannot remember what the event was. There is just too much going on.

      • Paula D August 6, 2022 at 6:07 pm #

        I remember that Catherine Austin Fitts pointed out that OK City bombing destroyed evidence and so did Building 7.
        And of course millions were made on last minute trades in the WTC buildings.
        Our rulers are pure evil. Anyone who supports them are either evil also or dumb as a box of rocks.

    • Roundball Shaman August 6, 2022 at 6:42 pm #

      The Overton Window is so thin and narrow these days that the light of truth can barely cast a weak illumination upon on the dimmed hearts and minds of the People of the World.

      The list of ‘Acceptable’ ideas and opinions is so short these days that it would fully fit on the back of a matchbook cover.

      What stands for an ‘open mind’ these days is when you publicly signal which of the approved and authorized narratives from Deep State conjurers you can parrot most quickly and thoroughly in all your public settings.

      Young people today have absolutely no conception of what real freedom of thought and ideas and behavior truly is. Just as was intended by those same Dark Powers that lurk behind every dissonant and ugly thing going on this World.

      People of all ages have become so thin-skinned and ‘Offended!’-able that They cannot tolerate the slightest deviation from their own narrow biases without coming apart at the seams.

      The People of the World have become weak, broken, lost, confused, needy, and without a strong true sense of self and good purpose.

      But we must shine light in our lives regardless. For not to do so is to be part of the Darkness ourselves.

      • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 7:28 pm #

        Here’s what a nightmare is: Millenials in charge. OMG they are horrid.

        As you say, raised in a time of adherence to authoritarianism. And I just worked with a group of them and they are horrid.

        I am hoping the generation after them rebels.

        • JohnAZ August 7, 2022 at 10:29 am #


          Referring to the Fourth Turning,

          Think what was going on a hundred years ago!

          If the turnings repeat every 100 years, we are looking forward to a horrendous turnover of our economy and a world changing “revolution” reflecting The Great Depression plus WW2. The spiritual revolution of part three, starting fifty years ago is just about over, climaxing with the Woke movement, the acceptance of the perverted drug culture, The Fourth Turning says that a violent reaction to the culmination of the “religious” half of the last hundred years is inevitable.

          What form it takes will be interesting to watch. I think we are already witnessing the onset of the economic portion, economists are forecasting a big depression as a result of Liberal tax and spend. What form the next revolution takes will be interesting.

          Will the revolution favor the Left or the Constitution? Will it destroy patriotic America and bring on the onset of a politically divided Not United States. Or will it destroy the whole perverted Woke movement and bring in a new populace dedicated to the Constitution for the next hundred years.

      • Woodchuck August 7, 2022 at 9:34 am #

        “The People of the World have become weak, broken, lost, confused, needy, and without a strong true sense of self and good purpose.”

        I’ve done a bit of traveling outside the USA, bumming around in Europe for a couple summers using a Eurorail pass. Doing stuff like hiking in Iceland for a week because I was flying cheap on Icelandic Airlines.

        But I’ve never really done anything like you tuber adventure lady “Itchy Boots” is doing. Judging from how I see her interacting with ordinary people everywhere in third world countries, my conclusion is that the “people of the third world” are strong, collected, focused, having surplus food and shelter to share with foreign travelers, and having a “strong sense of self and good purpose.” The children Itchy Boots encounters on the road in poor areas are very lively, charismatic, and inquisitive. They are free to be who they are, their eyes are bright, alive, and they laugh a lot. I didn’t see much of that in the prosperous Western countries. We might still be affluent here, but we’re also collectively mentally ill and confused. Our mental and physical health will return after the end of the car culture and the beginning of the motorbike and bicycle culture that will be our future.

  65. Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 4:58 pm #

    One of my favorite Twatter accounts had this up today.

    The Greatest Hoax in History:

    “A reminder of how we got here. The now infamous Wuhan Flop — people dropping dead in the streets. Still to be replicated anywhere else in the world.”


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    • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 5:34 pm #

      LOL, wonder if they paid that poor guy to take a header?

      • Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 5:41 pm #

        There is a compliation video up on Youtube with some of the classics, including people dying “mid-run.”

        Vid is age restricted now.

        Stuff like this is a never ending source of comedy. What was spalshed all over every corporate McMedia news outlet is now age restricted content as the triple-jabbed cud-chewers start getting curious.

        • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 7:29 pm #

          If one is not emotionally involved, it’s downright side-splitting.

          Some days I laugh so hard I can’t breathe at the utter stupidity, other days I’m annoyed as hell.

          Just depends on what ‘edict’ they’ve passed down that day.

    • Sean Coleman August 6, 2022 at 5:51 pm #

      Stefano Scoglio thought it was play acting when he saw it at the time but then he found out that the Chinese had introduced compulsory vaccinations in Sept 2019 (nation wide or just Wuhan? Probably the former.) He says the documents he had translated did not say if one of the five(?) ‘mandated’ vaccines included one for SARS1 but he thinks it is likely, as the Chinese had continued with their attempts to find a vaccine for Covid, until about 2018 I think, when other countries had abandoned it because it was too dangerous. He thinks the Chinese were worried they would be blamed for a recurrence of SARS1 so they brought in measures breifly and locally.l

      I seem to be the only man who has never seen the footage of Chinese people falling over. I just cannot stand watching the telly, If I ever found myself in a room where the tv news was on my mind would go AWOL, like Homer Simpson, and I would neither see or hear anything, just irritated by the way they talk.

      When I was a bout 14 and living in Sarf London the local newscasters started using random stress in their speech. “A man IN Bromley was being question BY police last night after he was SEEN acting suspiciously AND talking in a strange WAY.” The clowns did not know what they were saying and the clowns watching did not know either so what was the point of the silliness?

      • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 7:31 pm #

        I exited TV in 2012. Like you, I got so irritated that I couldn’t take it any more. And I watched very little to begin with.

        You describe it so perfectly.

    • Disaffected August 6, 2022 at 7:52 pm #

      LOL! Those Chinese geezers! Quite a flair for the dramatic!

  66. Sean Coleman August 6, 2022 at 5:37 pm #

    Very good article. I read it starting from the final paragraph. Not sure why but I do that more than the other way around.

    I don’t know if it will be that easy to find out who is behind it all, or at least to prove it. Far from everybody wants to find out the truth and will employ strategies and excuses to avoid it. It is a bit like trying to line up two magnets north to north, they just keep moving off to the side.

    I have a pretty good idea who is behind it but there are many layers of deceit. It appears to be their single major talent, that and cheating, networking, stealing and spreading false stories about those they dislike. I recommend E Michael Jones’s Bitchute channel.

    Here is a simple example of what I mean. If I state the simple fact “Jimmy Savile was innocent” almost everyone here will find a reason or an excuse to avoid it, unless they are triggered into saying something daft. Why is this? Main reason: “everyone knows” (when of course they don’t have a clue). But some will do this because Savile was a Catholic and they are Protestant, Jewish or Ex-Catholics (who can be the worst). Many simply hate to abandon their favourite hate figures. (It is a bit like the virus. Some people got such a thrill from it that they really resented my attempts to disabuse them.)

    I like to think of it as a collective fantasy. People enjoy their fantasy even though it is killing them. I believe it affects every part of life. Take eyesight. David of Imagination Blindness (IBlindness now), a website for natural vision recovery once made the extraordinary claim that we (his readers) were unwilling to change our visual habits, “because you enjoy it too much”.It came like a bolt out of the blue at the time but looking back I see what he meant.

    I have seen quite a few videos about the Masons or their imagery in recent months, and watched one or two of them. E Michael Jones argues that they are pretty irrelevant now, unlike say in 1789. Just like Gates and Schwab (perhaps – people think he is a Nazi!) and the idiot-politicians. they lie and they lie and will even dump their own sometimes, it appears, if PR demands it. Sujch as Epstein and Maxwell.

    • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 7:36 pm #

      No, I know about Saville’s pedophilia and trafficking of kids from his victim’s writings about it, as well as a lot of other NON-mainstream sources. In fact the police and mainstream news are why he got so far. They REFUSED to report on him for decades, despite his victims pleas.

      Not sure why you trust someone who was a regular at Buckingham Palace, known also for their trafficking.

      • Sean Coleman August 7, 2022 at 4:05 pm #

        The thing is that when you look at any of the allegations they can never be backed up. For me it is the principle of it rather than JS himself, whom I have got to like after learning about him from Moor Larkin’s blog. But for me it is simply a matter of what is true and what is false and the implications of it. If the JS story is rubbish, if he is not the monster he is portrayed to be, then what does it say about everything else we are told.

        I do not believe the victims because they did not step forward at the time and because they are lying. The BBC certainly did nothing to protect JS, they were quite happy to go along with the witch hunt (probably calculating that they had no other choice, but even so).

        I put up dozens of links on this weblog in recent years and I doubt if anyone read any of them. Indeed, I was once told off for writing comments that were too long.

        Finally, where do you get the idea Jimmy was a regular visit to Buckingham Palace (and why would that matter even if it were true)? It was common knowledge that he used to drop in at Margaret Thatcher at Chequers every Christmas. the problem is that this is very likely untrue. Thatcher’s journalist daugher, Carol, said that he visited only once, it was on his way to Stoke Mandeville Hospital where he did a great deal of charity work and helped get a new spinal unit set up. Jimmy was a great self-publicizer and would have been happy if people believed this story.

  67. Night Owl August 6, 2022 at 5:48 pm #

    “NEW ZEALAND – Auckland. Your Government is using Klaus Schwab’s book ‘The 4th Industrial Revolution’ as an instruction manual.

    Did you vote for that?”


    Unlikely. How did Jacinda and her prominent package end up where they did?

    Shades of Joe-Joe Magoo? The Macaroon? Castreau?

    One wonders …

    • MaryQueen August 6, 2022 at 7:38 pm #