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The Goddess of the WEF

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     Tell me: is there a fairer grandmotherly face than this in all of Western Civ? Does it not seem to radiate eons of aggregate wisdom, maternal kindness, bountiful nurture, caring, and healing, and even a hint of fun in the nursery. . . the rectified essence of Teutonic beauty, fertility, vitality, and virtue. . . the loving smile of the life-giver caressing humanity like a spring zephyr wafting through the piney Schwarzwald on a June morning?

     That is exactly why Ursula von der Leyen was (s)elected President of the European Commission, and why she was sent out to front the World Economic Forum (WEF) this week in her keynote speech to the assembled global grandees of Davos in the dead chill of January. It’s one thing when a cadaverous goblin such as Yuval Noah Harari tells you to eat bugs, and quite another thing when Oma Ursula tells you Keine Sorge, Kinder. Alles ist gut.

     Ursula did offer us children-of-the-world one wee note of caution, though, as every good “grammy” might give to the global kindergarten: watch out for misinformation and disinformation on the internet! Like the evil imps of the Germanic Märchen, these wicked forces lurk and propagate on the internet — waiting to dash all of the WEF’s benevolent plans for our utopian future. That’s why, she explained, the European Commission has drawn up the Digital Services Act — because misinfo and disinfo can fluoresce into hate speech, the most dangerous thing in the world. It must be stomped out! Ground into the dirt under a boot heel!

     Misinfo and disinfo about what, exactly? Ursula omitted to specify, but we can guess, can’t we? For instance, about how more and more every year the WEF seems to operate like a global racketeering operation, seeking the levers of control in all the naughtiest sovereign nations of the earth overpopulated with “useless eaters” who are remorselessly busy wrecking the climate to enjoy, say, in the case of the USA, their loathsome motor-sports, mega-churches, gun shows, hot-tubs, and Golden Corral All-You-Can-Eat buffets! The WEF, a racket? A cabal of haughty control freaks? What a hateful thing to say, after everything kindly onkel Schwabenklaus has done for mankind! It hurts our feelings to hear this!

     Yet, why do scores of billionaires flock to the yearly Davos meet-up and coordinate their funding streams into countless NGOs and shadowy activist organizations aimed at manipulating the activities of governments around the world? I assure you it’s hardly for the fabulous hors d’oeuvre platters or the even more fabulous on-call hookers. (The nabobs of finance must be satisfied with the services of their personal chefs and masseuses.) Ursula says the WEF notables meet annually “because our democracies and our businesses have interests that align: creating prosperity, wealth and security for people, creating a stable environment to unlock innovation and investment, and creating equal opportunity and freedom.”

     I have some disappointing news for you: grandmother Ursula is lying (alas, we live in a time of epic disappointments). If the WEF wanted “stability” you would not see Alex (and papa George) Soros pouring money into every county DA election from Maine to California to make sure that looting, car-jacking, and mayhem go unpunished. . . or that men of military age from every failed state on the planet get flown across the oceans to NGO-supported waystations in Central America so that the cartels of Mexico can take over the final leg of their illegal entry into the USA. . . or ditto the boats ferrying Africans and Arabs across the Mediterranean to overwhelm the societies of Europe — including especially Grammy Ursula’s Germany.

      The last thing the WEF she fronts for cares about is this airy-fairy freedom thing. Ditto equal opportunity. They want all the goodies for themselves and they want the rest of us to quit cluttering up their world. And they mean to get you out of here, for-real. The Covid-19 operation, so advantageous to their Great Reset plan, has resulted in billions of people subjected to very sketchy “vaccines.” The record indicates a shocking, abnormal, sustained rise, since 2021, when the “vaccines” were introduced, of all-causes deaths. That was just the overture of the Next Big Thing.

     This week, the WEF and its subaltern org, the WHO, amped up warnings about the coming “Disease X.” This, they say, will be much worse than the namby-pamby Covid-19, which mostly led to people’s deaths by iatrogenic medical maltreatment with respirators, remdesivir, and opiates — and the relentless suppression of actual effective treatments. (All talk of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine on the Internet was deemed “disinfo.”)

     If such a thing as “Disease X” does arise in the weeks and months ahead, this is what it will actually be: a cover-story for all the previously mRNA-vaccinated people with damaged immune systems getting fatally ill from a new mutation of Covid. Eminent virologists are predicting exactly this. (Misinformation, you think?) Wait for it and find out.

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501 Responses to “The Goddess of the WEF”

  1. izzy January 19, 2024 at 9:50 am #

    A consortium of the wolves.
    At this point, round one of the Covid debacle looks a lot like a sorting mechanism to locate the sheep and non-sheep among the general population. The tenor of the time has almost become mythic, and not in a good way. WHO knows what’s next? Buckle up.

    • swtNEK January 19, 2024 at 10:02 am #

      Agree. Buckle up and be sure you have a local group with which to build a new bottom up economy and local governance.
      “Ya better get ready for the hard times ahead, ‘cause there ain’t no app for that”. Words from a song about the entire demise of civil society, free markets, and in the US the continual efforts to chip away at and destroy our constitution, which was suppose to protect us from tyrannical government, by the hands of the corporate/globalist controlled nexus that has infiltrated all aspects of society and government, agencies, and of bourse bureaucrats and NGOs. By the way, I wrote that song a couple of years ago and dedicated it to JHK.

      • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 10:16 am #

        I don’t know his exact words but Thomas Jefferson said that from time to time it is necessary for the people to rid themselves of a failed government and replace it with something new or better. Like I said, I can’t recall all of his words. But, hence the reason for the 2nd Amendment. Jefferson knew this Constitutional Republic would eventually corrupt itself as the people began to learn they could vote themselves lavish benefits.

        Unfortunately, the people themselves have become so decadent, lazy, slothful, stupid, sex obsessed, tattoo ridden and filthy that they can’t come together long enough to agree that a man has a penis and a woman has a vagina.

        Jefferson was right but he assumed the people would be moral and righteous and would be able to accomplish such a thing. It ain’t gonna happen. We are going down and we are going to go down hard and it is going to be ugly nasty, a big stinky.

        Keep the last round in the chamber for yourself, my friend, there are far worse things in this world to endure than death.

        • Fubar January 19, 2024 at 11:51 am #

          The day you let anybody else decide anything about what you do and how you do it, is the day you have given away your power and sovereignty. If you think somebody has power over you for any reason, you have lost your way.

          Western civ has been travelling this road for longer than just a few years but it is really smelling putrid lately. There are very few who even see the destruction which is careening toward us.

          If humanity is so smart, why does it corkscrew into the ground every cycle to be rebuilt from a very few remnants that (might?) possess the best selected genes due to the fact of their survival alone.

          I agree – keep the last round in the chamber for yourself. There have been many who already made that choice. It is really the last choice for freedom that many have decided to attain.

          • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 12:00 pm #

            ” why does it corkscrew into the ground every cycle to be rebuilt from a very few remnants that (might?) possess the best selected genes due to the fact of their survival alone”

            Great question, Fubar. My only thought on this is that stupidity, greed, pride and sloth are endemic to humanity. As long as there is stupidity, greed, pride and sloth in our genetic recipe, we will always fail, until, we finally succeed at wiping ourselves off the planet.

            I remember watching the movie Terminator 2. There was a scene where the terminator and the boy he was assigned to protect, I forget his name, were watching two children play with guns, pretending to kill each other, and they started fighting. The mother then walks over and yanks on the collars of two boys and threatens to “ring their necks” or in other words, kill them, if they didn’t stop fighting. The young boy then looks at the Terminator and says “we aren’t going to make it are we, as a species.” The Terminator then says “It’s in your nature to destroy yourselves.”

            What we are witnessing is not a movie, this is reality and yes, we are destroying ourselves. Our greed. Our avarice. Our desire for power. Our desire to lord over our fellow man. Our inability to control our base desires. All of these things will eventually destroy us and most of us are too stupid to see what we are doing to ourselves, our society, and our future.

            Hopefully at some point we will evolve beyond these weaknesses. I know I’ll be long gone by the time we do, that is for sure.

          • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 12:05 pm #

            Fubar, I have a daughter who is a considerable mess because of the choices she made as a youth, contrary to the advice offered her by her loving parents. I recall one day trying to teach her that all of our choices have consequences. If we make a bad choice we have to live with the bad consequences. So, I tried to teach her, make good choices and live with the good consequences of those good choices. What she said to me will never be forgotten. She looked at me and said “Dad, I want to make bad choices so I can learn what those consequences will be like for myself.” I remember looking back at her and saying “Kid, you don’t have to shoot yourself in the foot to know that it will hurt, sometimes it is better to take someone’s word for it.” Didn’t make a dent in her. And yes, she has done exactly as she said she would. She is not a single mother, poor, uneducated, angry, depressed and obese.

            My point? Stupidity, greed, pride and sloth are part of our genetic make up. How do we overcome this? I tried with my daughter, for 18 years, and for what? Didn’t do a damned bit of good.

          • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 12:06 pm #

            Correction: “She is now a single mother.”

          • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 12:49 pm #

            Why does humanity auger itself into the ground every cycle? That’s easy, in my opinion: human nature is constant and atheistic. The “arc of history” lands at Hobbes’ feet and keeps drilling. There is no such thing as progressivism; power always corrupts, and greed always wins.

            Jeez, with that amount of comfortable pessimism, I should be a Jewish man rather than a Catholic woman.

            Come to think about it, we Catholics are pretty bleak, too.

          • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 12:52 pm #

            Corection: “human nature is constant and atavistic. ” Even auto-correction is getting dumbed down.

          • happiface January 19, 2024 at 12:54 pm #

            it is not going to matter–the are going to false flag us to prevent any elections–my guess is they will shut down the internet,we will lose all banking,electricity,etc- they will blame Russia,china –the middle east will erupt any day now–another guess is Israel will be hit with 20,000 missiles+ next month–stupid eastern euro land will attack russia probably by june-the tact nukes will fly first–if it goes beyond that and the big ones fly we are all dead–the time lines I get are from Martin Armstrong and his computer program–he is more accurate than anybody

          • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 2:43 pm #

            The Mystery of Evil: The more you “explore” it, the less you will understand. Why? Because you are becoming less and less.

          • wokethis January 19, 2024 at 4:45 pm #

            I’m not taking the rap for this. I blame the Catholics.

          • Anthea January 20, 2024 at 9:00 pm #

            @ Cankerpuss:

            Honestly, you shouldn’t feel too bad about your daughter’s life and choices. I sometimes think that each of has a path in life that is largely fated. And often people who get themselves into a big ole mess wind up acquitting themselves well.

            I had an aunt like your daughter–only in worse circumstances. Her husband deserted her with seven kids, so obviously her chances of re-marrying were rather poor. My aunt liked to sing and play guitar in honky-tonks. The whole bunch was raised on welfare, but somehow or other theirs was a happy, loving family. Her grown kids loved her, and her eldest daughter bought her a new house when she got older. Some of her kids did pretty well for themselves, some not. She spent her sunset years wearing her blonde hair in braids and telling people she was a Native American. (There is not a drop of Native American blood anywhere in the family.) So she was a bit of a character.

            You can be a good person, regardless of the circumstances in which you find yourself. Tough times are often a blessing, and kids are always a blessing. From time to time, you run across very poor people whom you privately suspect of being living saints–though you run across many more people, both rich and poor, who are not.

            As Madame de Sevigne said about the milkmaids, “They want nothing to be the happiest people in the world, save the knowledge that they are so.”

        • jgalt January 19, 2024 at 12:08 pm #

          Then why waste a perfectly good bullet on yourself when there are so many leftists and useful idiot enablers to use it, them, on? At least you can die thinking you have done your part to defeat these evil creatures. Maybe you can be efficient and take out an entire passel of them, especially with a little training and thought. Not recommending violence, just commenting on your thought process. After all, do not want the corrupt agencies to come calling, do we?

          • pyrrhus January 19, 2024 at 11:14 pm #

            Exactly…Then, if opportunity knocks, you can move on to baseball bats and rope…

          • SpeedyBB January 20, 2024 at 2:43 pm #

            Pyrrhus –

            Ax handles: Bull Connor’s punishment instrument of choice.

            I always found that grimly amusing.

        • Mac January 19, 2024 at 12:13 pm #

          Can’t- Those words are right there in the Declaration of Independence.

        • Socrates-Detroit January 19, 2024 at 3:18 pm #


          Unfortunately, I agree with you.

          We’ve been moving in the wrong direction for quite some time. Just when I think it’s amazing, the “goalposts” move even FURTHER away.

          The latest distraction being…genders, male and female.

          Here is the quote from Jefferson I think you are referring to:

          “…The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.”

          • Uncle Bob January 19, 2024 at 11:13 pm #

            Socrates, the goalposts are the Overton Window. Change the definition of something so that people find it more appealing, and you can get a generally moral people to completely debase themselves and destroy their society within a couple generations, especially if Madison Avenue hucksters are aiding the effort.

    • abbybwood January 19, 2024 at 11:07 am #

      Alex Christophoro at The Duran refers to her as “Von der Crazy”.

      • Uncle.Al January 19, 2024 at 11:24 am #

        “In 2005, Ursula von der Leyen was appointed Federal Minister of Family Affairs and Youth in the cabinet of Angela Merkel.” The YMCA has always hosted exploitable indiscretions.

        BTW…blonde hair, black roots re Wikipedia photographs.

        • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 11:36 am #

          If you lighten or touch up natural blonde hair the roots can appear very dark.

          • Socrates-Detroit January 19, 2024 at 3:27 pm #

            Von Der Leyen can’t be all bad.

            She’s a big supporter of Israel, I’m sure that must count for something….

            Then again, I understand Ms. VDL has some Nazis (the real, German ones) in her background, and we’re not talking party rank and file members either.

            So, I googled. I found that, according to one Rania Khalek

            “….Von der Leyen’s family tree traces a legacy of power and brutality, incorporating not only some of Germany’s most significant Nazis but also some of Britain’s largest slave traders and, through marriage, some of the United States’ largest slave owners.

            Von der Leyen is descended directly from James Ladson, who owned more than 200 slaves when the Civil War broke out.

            It might seem petty to condemn someone for their ancestry: The sins of the father, after all, shall not be visited on the son—or, in this case, the daughter. But von der Leyen herself has invoked these forefathers unapologetically, if unthinkingly.”

            While I personally dislike EU officialdom in general, as they are basically like an even WORSE version of the US Federal Goverment when it comes to making life difficult for people who work and pay taxes and try to raise families, Ursula’s imperious attitude in general and lies and delusions about Ukraine and Russia are very concerning.

          • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 4:13 pm #

            Wow, Socrates, those paragraphs sounded familiar, so I looked at my link again, and nope, it was not written by Rania Khalek.

            I think we have some plagiarism going on.

          • wokethis January 19, 2024 at 4:58 pm #

            I’ve always wondered why blonde women dye their roots black. That’s got to be a lot of work.

          • Socrates-Detroit January 22, 2024 at 11:27 am #


            You may (or may not be) correct. You state Rhania was not the source.

            Do YOU know WHO wrote the items I attributed to Rhania Kalek?

            However, either way, you raise a good point, and I will avoid using information that PURPORTEDLY comes from Twitter/X in the future.

            Perhaps I was misled.

            I have read accounts that state the Ursula’s family has in the past had positions or links with Na-zz-is. I just did not have then handy and used google, for better or for worse, and (I thought is was Rhania), Rhania said pretty much what I wanted to say, so I used it.

            Here the link


            My apologies/regrets if my comment is “fake” or incorrect.

    • Merkwurdiglieb January 19, 2024 at 1:35 pm #

      Who knows what’s next. Yes, they certainly do. And they know who’s next as well.

  2. Lyndy33 January 19, 2024 at 9:55 am #

    You nailed it Jim.

    • hortonz January 19, 2024 at 10:49 am #

      I hate to tell you this Jim, but disease X is not a fairy tale. It actually exists in a lab in China and has a 100% fatality rate.

      • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 12:11 pm #

        Nobody has been punished for what they’ve done with covid. Of course they are going to do it again.

        See anybody in our government doing anything about it?

      • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 12:22 pm #

        So what will save the Elite from their own scourge should they release it?

        • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 12:54 pm #

          I hope it involves sawing off their own genitalia and eating bugshit sandwiches.

        • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 1:18 pm #

          Maybe not having taken any experimental shots that override their own immune systems, or something like that.

        • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 2:45 pm #

          Yeah, maybe the kill shot is an actual disease this time, the “vaccine” of which is to not have taken the Vax. Maybe it gets even those who got a seemingly benign jab from a good batch.

        • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 7:51 pm #

          Since you repeat Night Soil like some sort of demented parrot, so you refuse to understand that they are working on bioweapons, you are therefore unable to grasp the difference between natural spread of a natural pathogen, and the release of a bioweapon at targeted populations.

          So you cling to your “But how would they protect themselves” mantra, until you are coming dangerously close to sounding autistic yourself.

          Remember the Ebola virus released in western Africa in 2014?
          It was going to kill us all within a year, due to its contagiousness?
          Obama used the threat as an excuse to send the US military to Africa, because nothing fights disease like soldiers.

          Other countries sent actual public health specialists to the targeted countries, used quarantine methods, and wiped it out in less than that year it was supposed to spread and kill us all.

          Of course the wealthy are not at risk. They can avoid the bioweapon.

  3. Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 9:57 am #

    I told y’all that Disease X was a shot at Elon.

    • sadlycdn January 19, 2024 at 10:51 am #

      Yes that’s a great point ……Xcellent

  4. zappalives January 19, 2024 at 10:01 am #

    She looks like Frau Goebbels to me.
    Ever ready to kill her children for the greater glory of the democrat party.

    • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 10:09 am #

      She reminds me of that chick from the Harry Potter movies, the giggler with the soft face and kind demeanor but underneath it all, evil, cruel and vindictive. This is one nasty woman. No doubt.

    • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 12:27 pm #

      Like Nicki Hailey. She loves to put her arms around other women, but you know that she really wants to grab them by the hair and bang their heads together.

      • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 12:57 pm #

        Wow! That is the distilled essence of the female personality. My dad always smirked and said, “Two or more women under the same roof will never get along.” I thought it was a nasty, sexist thing to say, but it was mostly just truthful.

        • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 1:20 pm #

          Yes, men must rule. Women must be ruled. Women have such power now that men fear to marry them or don’t even desire to do so, their corruption being so evident.

          • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 1:36 pm #

            It’s always at the point where you show up, Jarek, that the commentary deteriorates into the men good/women bad foolishness.

            Women are half the human race. Not a single personality. The same goes for men.

            Men who are afraid of women are pussies or closeted gays.

            Notice that I did not say that men are pussies or closeted gays. Jut the ones who are scared of girls.

            How can a cowardly man be a ruler?

          • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 1:54 pm #

            I think both sexes are to blame. Men have abrogated their sacred responsibilities to be Fathers and protectors of womanhood. Women have abrogated their responsibilities as mothers, nurturers and the gatekeepers of morality. Men impregnate the woman when she opens her legs for him and then he takes off. She on the other hand aborts the innocent child because she can’t keep her legs closed and doesn’t want the results of her actions. All of it is a lack of self control from both sexes.

            Both sexes are screwed over immensely given the events since world war 2 which began taking women out of the homes and putting them into the workplace where they compete for men for resources making it thus harder to sustain or support the typical nuclear family. Everything since then has been downhill.

            Women particularly have been under attack by the feminists and the leftists. I don’t mean people with vaginas. I mean real women who understand their natural God given roles of motherhood, who nurture and love their children and support and sustain her man’s role as a Father and provider.

            Men too, not just people with penises, but real men who fess up and take care of the children they father have been under consistent attack by the feminists and the beta males and hollywood and so forth. Our boys are attacked in the schools because they don’t learn like girls.

            Both sexes are screwed and need to regain their moral compasses and revert back to the social order of the nuclear family. If it isn’t clear that this new bullshit order isn’t working to any of you then you need to pull your heads out of your asses and start thinking straight.

          • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 2:47 pm #

            Yes, the nuclear family where the Man’s word is the final law. She can leave or divorce, but the oath broker doesn’t get the kids or half his assets. She gets to take a small suitcase.

          • Ron Anselmo January 19, 2024 at 4:52 pm #

            @ Beryl

            I love it when you talk like that.

            “Men who are afraid of women are pussies or closeted gays.” ~ Beryl of Oyl

            You are 100% correct, (weak) men who are pussies, deserve to be called pussies by (strong) women.

            in the hierarchy, strong women are above weak men, by virtue of their strength, regardless of their sex.

            Think Valaria in Conan the Barbarian.

          • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 3:06 am #

            In other words, women are always right. And men who criticize them are afraid of them.

            Not so: We fear the State that enables them and puts them over us, thus destroying any possibility of good relations, much less marriage for the wise.

            Ron against supports Feminism/Cultural Marxism, which destroys brotherhood, the basis of real Nations.

          • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 3:19 am #

            Janos – the hierarchy:

            Strong Men
            Strong Women
            Weak Men
            Weak Women

            The bottom two may be interchangeable. Weak is weak – insignificant.

          • Anthea January 20, 2024 at 11:23 pm #

            @ Jarek:

            Well, perhaps you’ll find a woman to rule, if you can ever find any women who will associate with you.

          • Anthea January 21, 2024 at 8:55 am #

            @ Jarek:

            The difficulty that men find themselves in, with regards to ruling in the home or elsewhere, is that they refuse to accept responsibility. Authority will always fall to the person who takes responsibility, who performs the job, who is accountable.

            Thus, particularly in the home, but often elsewhere, authority falls to women.

            A person who refuses to accept responsibility, refuses to perform necessary work (and instead shoves it off on others–namely women), and who refuses to be accountable for their own actions will always be viewed with contempt, or at least with condescension.

            Men’s lack of power in relation to women is mostly due to their lack of value to women. They bring nothing to the table. The women do all the work, and the men make little or no return, even in the way of respect, appreciation, or companship. (Usually the reverse, in fact.)

            Sometimes I suspect that men fear women because they’re aware that women are a higher order of being than men: more capable, more hard-working, more self-sacrificing, more empathetic, and (frankly) more intelligent.

            Men have tantrums when faced with a problem; women fix it. Women care for their kids; men dump them off at the side of the road–and then go online and complain bitterly about the injustice of paying child-support. Men devote their lives to trying to get some free pussy–that is, to treating women with contempt.

            Ergo, the hatred for men on the part of women is widespread. This is because they earned it.

          • Anthea January 21, 2024 at 9:20 am #

            Women will happily cede authority to an honest and competent person who has more expertise than they do; e.g., a tax accountant, lawyer, car mechanic, financial advisor, and so forth. You don’t see women trying to boss around the mechanic who is flushing out her CVT transmission.

            They, very wisely, won’t cede authority to someone who is dishonest (seeking to take advantage of them), or who is unwilling or unable to perform their office.

          • Jarek January 21, 2024 at 1:16 pm #

            Not so, Ant. As God says to Eve in Genesis: Your desire will be to your husband but he will rule over you. In other words, women desire our position of lordship but eschew and loathe the very idea of responsibility.

            Yet though the actions of the State, laboring under the ethos of equality, women have attained this very thing denied them by God. The results are as would be expected: Utter social ruin, epitomized by women divorcing their husbands and then raising and ruining the kids.

            Your ideal America, as you have expressed a number of times, would be to enshrine this pathology in both law and custom.

        • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 1:21 pm #

          Maybe in your family.

          • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 4:25 pm #

            The women in my family are awesome. My major problem with women is in the workplace, where a sizeable minority of female workers complain, connive, talk your ear off, and organize brigades, usually against other females. At least in my line of work, as a nurse. The people professions are tough enough to negotiate well, so no thank you to females’ go-to: lateral violence.

            I’m always relieved to work with male nurses because they just clam up and get stuff done. They seldom make interpersonal waves just for giggles.

          • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 7:53 pm #

            That was not my experience, megabeth. Some of my favorite people ever were the nurses I worked with.

          • GreenAlba January 19, 2024 at 8:53 pm #

            “I’m always relieved to work with male nurses because they just clam up and get stuff done.”

            Everyone’s experience is different. My late brother said he preferred having a woman boss, because they shared knowledge and didn’t hoard it to play power games. He just wanted to get on with his job. My daughter is having the same issue with her male boss in Copenhagen, who tries his best to keep her from doing things she’s more than able to do, because he’s afraid it will make him look less necessary. Her best bosses have always been women too. It just depends on where you are and who’s working there.

            I worked in a business that was at least two thirds women at my local site and there was none of the kind of nonsense people write about on here. People just got on with their jobs and took pride in their work, and there were more longlasting friendships made there than anywhere else I’ve ever worked.

          • Jarek January 21, 2024 at 1:20 pm #

            Yes, thus the need for statistics and the social sciences. Personal anecdotes ultimately don’t cut it.

            Or are you saying the objective world doesn’t exist – or just that real knowledge of the objective world is impossible. The old hippy, you have your truth and I have mine?

          • GreenAlba January 21, 2024 at 2:35 pm #

            “[…] you have your truth and I have mine?”

            Absolutely not. And nowhere did I say that. I said ‘you have your experiences and I have mine’. The conversation was anecdotal. People are entitled to learn from anecdotes that are different from theirs. Mine involved three different witnesses to actual experiences. They matter as much as anyone else’s.

            Social sciences are fine to a point, but tend to vary in their compliance with the rigours of science.

            I studied political sociology, as well as educational sociology at various times.

            I attended a lecture one time where the lecturer quoted from a ‘study’ that mentioned that a significant proportion of those attending CND (Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament) marches were from professions like teaching, social work and the clergy, and concluded (from what? – we were given no idea) that their activism could be explained by ‘status discrepancy’, i.e. high social status/low pay.

            I found this unfounded guess about motivation somewhat annoying, since there were clearly other reasons why such people might be motivated to march against nuclear annihilation – and, significantly, no-one appeared to have asked them personally – and mentioned it to another politics lecturer in a totally informal context (the canteen). His response was ‘oh, fuck off’. So, yeah, social sciences … whatevs.

    • elysianfield January 19, 2024 at 12:35 pm #

      Ursula ist der SEIG!

      Essen Die Kafer! Schnell!

      • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 1:21 pm #

        What? I don’t speak German. I’m an American National Socialist after all.

        • elysianfield January 19, 2024 at 5:14 pm #

          Sprechen zi Google?

  5. Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 10:03 am #

    This is from Jordan Schachtel at Substack:

    “European Members of Parliament (MEPs) have voted to keep its contracts with Pfizer and other Covid-19 “vaccine” companies a secret, successfully blocking public access to vital data regarding the EU’s dealings with shady Big Pharma enterprises.

    In a vote 254-349 vote that defeated the transparency measure, a coalition of Davos-aligned parties prevailed in stopping the contract information from becoming widely available.

    The scandal began when news surfaced that Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, had negotiated a backchannel mRNA injection deal with Pfizer’s Albert Bourla, which reaped massive profits for the pharmaceutical company.”

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  6. oldandtired January 19, 2024 at 10:06 am #

    “ They are painting a target directly on @ElonMusk’s forehead and they’re labeling it ‘X’” — Jack Posobeic”

    I recall that when Elon took over X he fired 80% of his employees. Those excess people were, in my words, engaged in criminal to unethical acts.

    Seems like we could hire Elon to go inside the beltway and reduce our government employees by 80% for basically the same reasons.

    “You’re fired!” Where have I heard that expression before?

    • loosethedogs January 19, 2024 at 1:53 pm #

      Old: From my POV trying to uncover all, the counterintuitive moves, the psyops, deceptions of the “EL ite” is like trying to nail Jello to a tree. Who is “EL on” really? Is he somehow related to ELyon? Is he our media “Savior”? Did he really shoot that Tesla into space with antiquated rocket technology? Why is no one focusing on the US DOD who PLACED the orders for the vaccine genocide; instead focusing on the Pharmafia who made the vaccines? Why is the Israeli Mossad’s motto “By deception we will do warfare” Why do so many major players appear to have connections to Israel and the tribe (like Bourla for instance)? Are we really living in a Matrix? Is Jesus really coming back or some “other “gods”. Too many rabbitt holes on this planet.

      • oldandtired January 19, 2024 at 2:43 pm #

        @ltd: I was not thinking at the time that I wrote this that Elon was St. Germain. But he could be? I was thinking more along the lines of instead of Biden telling all of us to pay our fair share, or Nancy saying she needs 2.2 trillion dollars “to do all the work she needs to do”, we tell them how much they have to spend? Sorry for the run-on sentence. But I am serious. That amount of money for our budget makes no sense. 80% or more of all federal employees are really not needed. And I think I am being conservative with that.

  7. Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 10:08 am #

    Jim, your description of “granny Ursula” is classic. She has the face of an angel but behind that facade is something hideous and evil. Gives me he heebie jeebies just looking at her.

    I, for one, am still a pure blooded human being. No vaccine for me. I don’t know what to think of it, honestly. I hear croakings of doom all around me but I also see cases right in my own family of miraculous healing and amazing health even among those who have been double vaxxed and boosted 5, 6 or 12 times (I lost track of all the boosters they were barfing out at us). I chose not to get the vaccine because I do not trust anything the government forces on its people and I am naturally one to runs away from “group think.”

    Another great read, thanks for putting it up there for us.

    • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 10:25 am #

      My first thought upon seeing Oma Ursula was, “Is she really anybody’s oma?” Those globalist tools usually seem to totally forget to have kids. Or marry cryptkeepers, as, for example, Macron.

      • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 10:33 am #

        Even if they have kids they must think they will be immune or protected from the suffering their edicts will bring upon humanity. Or, they just don’t give a damn.

      • thirdcoastlegend January 19, 2024 at 10:33 am #


        Ironically, IIRC, Ursula has 7 kids.

        • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 12:59 pm #

          Did she have time to learn their names? Did she grunt one out at a cabinet meeting and palm it off on an aide?

      • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 12:30 pm #

        Feminism insists on the beauty of older women. At least one man agrees with them on this and thus gets attacked for it by them.

        • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 4:39 pm #

          You scamp. Trying to stir up trouble. Older women are beautiful in many ways, much as a weathered cathedral or gnarled old cedar are beautiful. Older women are indeed beautiful and lovable, but maybe not so much if you’re in the market for a woman with whom to have babies. For that, you want a lovable, level-headed, and boinkable woman. Preferably one such with a solid babushka figure in her life, to help out the new young couple. Babushki are great scroungers.

          MGTOW types love to drag the slags for their having “hit the wall” and become “empty egg cartons,” but I highly question MGTOW types. Why have they failed? In my lifetime of observation, it is that they might be stupid, poor executives, what have you. I once had a Christmas party at which my 2 30-something nephews spent the whole time playing Playstation games while their wives did absolutely every grown-up job that needed doing. I’ll never forget those wives’ faces, that day. American men have become giant, anal-expulsive thumbs. They have swallowed the media line that men are just big kids . . . because all too often, they act no better than big kids.

          • Ron Anselmo January 19, 2024 at 10:16 pm #

            Beth – at the risk of sounding sexist or misogynistic, which I’m not, I agree that older women are beautiful – in ways that you describe. Having said that, being an older woman and being boinkable, are certainly not mutually exclusive.

          • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 3:13 am #

            The Wall is real and women who hit it are no longer attractive in the sexual sense. I’m sorry if I confused you with a bit of humor. So I agree with you about the Granny Fucker, Macron.

            He has made a strong stand though for the famous French actor Depardieu (sp?), now accused of sexual misdeeds. He was once a sex symbol, but now he’s old and of course France is no longer the same either. So that’s quite admirable of him. Much of his base doesn’t like it at all.

            Aging gracefully is an art and a beautiful thing. An occasional older woman even retains some degree of sexual attractiveness. French women are said to know the most about this.

          • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 8:53 am #

            Janos – my money says there’s probably a fair amount of pegging going on in Macron’s marriage – more likely, he’s a Granny Fuckee.

            If you want to see something really funny, Google “Macron Bitch Slap” – a 5 second clip – I watch it occasionally, just to get a chuckle, it never disappoints.

          • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 10:04 am #

            Janos –

            “The Wall is real and women who hit it are no longer attractive in the sexual sense.” ~ Jarek

            “An occasional older woman even retains some degree of sexual attractiveness.” ~ Jarek.

            You’re getting better.

        • Anthea January 20, 2024 at 8:37 pm #

          @ Jarek:

          Perhaps your difficulty in seeing the “beauty of older women” arises from a wish (probably merely for perverse or argumentative purposes) to define beauty as “that which excites one to venery.”

          Such a definition will place you in a territory that you will be in some difficulty trying to defend. Such a position exposes mental habits that are emotional, disordered, illogical, irrational, and a little on the concupicent side. In other words, immature and unreasoned–which is pretty much inevitable, where ones intent is mere mean-spiritedness.

          If you would like to understand the objective attributes of beauty, I would refer you to Fr. Ripperger’s lecture on this, drawn, as usual, from Thomas Aquinas: httpX://www.bing.com/videos/riverview/relatedvideo?q=Fr.+Ripperger+on+beauty+video&mid=C18F5888153DD2B8E6D7C18F5888153DD2B8E6D7&FORM=VIRE

          • Jarek January 21, 2024 at 1:22 pm #

            What state is he in? Can you get over there to confess to him? Or perhaps over the phone? Is that a thing?

            I admitted some women age gracefully. But in your veniality, you didn’t even see it!

    • Nigel Tufnel January 19, 2024 at 11:06 am #

      There’s an article on Zerohedge about batch variability in the vax. Most of the injuries occured in certain batches, while other batches had almost no injuries. Here’s a snippet:

      “The Informed Consent Action Network submitted multiple FOIA requests for lot information, and eventually sued when the data was not released.

      Updated datasets were provided on Dec. 13, 2023, the network said.

      The nonprofit shared the data with OpenVAERS, which describes itself as a project “developed by a small team of people with vaccine injuries or who have children with vaccine injuries.”

      Before receiving the data, “it was impossible to determine the Serious Adverse Event (SAE) rate by lot number because we did not know the total number of doses in the lot,” OpenVAERS said on its site. With the new data, “we can now confirm that some batches of Covid-19 vaccines are significantly more dangerous than others.”

      zerohedge dot com/markets/adverse-events-more-likely-some-covid-19-vaccine-batches-data

      • Nigel Tufnel January 19, 2024 at 11:12 am #

        It was pointed out in the comments that Pfizer and Moderna were in fact running their own control groups, based on different ingredients, and a pure control group which got the saline.

        Of course the ones we most like to see vax damaged were the ones who got saline – like most of congress.

        Interesting too that most of the bad batches were sent to red areas.

        • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 11:49 am #

          Remember when Delta was rolled out? In the summer, when no respiratory viruses naturally spread?

          It was aimed at the South, particularly Florida, where DeSantis had balked at the Gates/WHO plans.

          No way that was a natural occurrence.

          • Ron Anselmo January 19, 2024 at 3:51 pm #

            Right on Paula – I live in NE Florida, never vaxxed, I had whatever it is they call “Covid” – the “Delta variant” – in July of 2021. Extreme fatigue, unbreakable fever of 102 or better, no appetite, lost 25 lbs. over 17 days in bed.

            Being a firm believer in strengthening the body’s immune system, I never go to the doctor unless it’s imperative. After 8 days in bed, my trajectory continued arcing down, and I had trouble breathing. I’m hard-headed, but not a complete idiot.

            Went to see an ER Doc, and personal friend of mine. He wanted to admit me right away and I refused. He said you have to, and I said no I don’t. He said fine, the next time I see you will be in the hospital on a ventilator.

            As I was leaving, I asked what he thought of Ivermectin. He got wide-eyed, and looked me right in the eye, and asked, “Do you have any?!”. When I said yes, he said go home and dose it right away. I’m not a horse, but it did the trick.

            That night, I felt a full-body response. Fever broke, and over the next 8 days in bed, my condition gradually increased. To this day – 2-1/2 years later – I still have no taste or smell, and what I call serviceable fatigue – “Long Covid”, they call it – back to about 95-97%, I’d say.

            I’m an international elite level powerlifter. holding or having held multiple state and national level records – probably in the 99th percentile when it comes to physical fitness, but the bio-weaponized virus put me on my ass.

            I’ve come to understand Night Owl’s argument that there is no such thing as Covid – he hasn’t said there is nothing out there, he’s just said whatever is out there is not what they call Covid. There is no “Covid”, If I understand him correctly.

            The “vaccines” were not for “Covid”. “Covid” was for the “vaccines”. The vaccines are the time-elapsed kill shots, having destroyed or disabled immune systems, to the point where people are susceptible to anything and everything.

            Many of my friends and family, took the shots – many no longer with us – lost my mother, and an uncle and three friends, losing my father. They will pay. Mark my word, they will pay.

          • Night Owl January 19, 2024 at 4:07 pm #

            Ron, the question is why anyone would believe them that a terrible virus exists when they:

            A. Refuse to show us an actual isolate in line with Koch’s Postulates, rather than an in-silico (computer) mockup

            B. Refuse to address the incredibly low death rate attributed to said “virus.” Keep in mind that the deaths were largely among those with 4-5 comorbidities, and that the authorities actually upped that from 3-4 during the hoax, in order to try and create something that looked dangerous

            C. Refuse to explain the significance of Event 201 and other documents in which they outlined scenarios that lined up 1:1 with the hoax and the actions taken during and after.

            Just the tip of the iceberg, but IMO, anyone claiming there is a “virus” at this point is of subpar intelligence.

            I will be happy to revise this statement should the criminals show us something, but you and I both know that if they could have, they would have. Nothing that helped the narrative would ever be left off of the proverbial table.

          • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 4:19 pm #

            Oh look, Fauci’s stooge shows up promptly to deny that you were sick that summer that they released another bioweapon, focused on the recalcitrant states.

            I used to think he was just an autistic asshole, but now I think he’s being paid.

            Why would he do this for free?

          • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 4:42 pm #

            The delta strain was first publicized in March of 2021.

          • Night Owl January 19, 2024 at 6:01 pm #

            After Monday’s posts I too would be embarassed if I were you, Paula.

            Making up stories about Swiss people and gondolas to mountain fortresses, which any punter could check easily, never mind punters who vacation in Switzerland.

            If only you were smarter.

          • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 8:08 pm #

            As a sociopath, you have no idea what the emotion of “embarrassment” is, Night Soil.

            So trying to project your demented conception of it onto me is a Big Fail.
            Maybe try another line, although I understand that you prefer to recite the same lines over and over and over.

            It’s part of the syndrome.

          • Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 8:55 am #

            Now Paula is doing psychoanalysis.

            Emphasis on anal.

          • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 9:56 am #

            Owl – our difference, I think, is semantics. I’ve come around to seeing your point that there is literally no such thing as “Covid”.

            The word, now ingrained, will forever be used as a cattle prod, spooking the herd into compliance. So fearsome, yelling Covid in a Starbucks or a grocery store is likely to cause a small stampede.

            But I still believe there was some virus out there. I’ve never had a flu shot, and my body laughs at the flu, but whatever it was, knocked me on my ass.

            Another anecdotal story – oddly, this was December 2019 – a lifelong friend, a wrestling coach in top physical condition, went to Atlanta for a US Regional tournament. He and his assistant coach got sick with flu-like symptoms and left early to go home to South Florida.

            A week later, I hear he’s in ICU with severe edema, and full-on pneumonia out of left field that won’t respond to any treatment. I ask his son for an update, and he says come soon if you want to see him – they’re talking about Last Rites.

            I drive four hours to go see him. He’s given Last Rites, and everybody waits, the doctors saying it’ll be very soon. By some miracle, he comes out of it. His assistant coach died.

            Fast forward to January 2020. Walking the dog, I casually ask a neighbor down the street how his wife is doing. Forty years old, excellent health – she’s in ICU. Same story as my friend – something unknown, out of nowhere, but she dies two days later.

            It took about an hour, but I had a sad “aha moment”, then asked myself WTF was happening. The dust settled until “Covid”, well, SARS-CoV-2 at the time, arrived in February 2020. I bought my Ivermectin then, just as the government was pulling it from the shelves.

            I’ve worked from home for about 15 years, right from the days of working from a remote server became possible and accepted in the public domain. So, for weeks, I was able to toggle back and forth hourly to watch “Covid” blossom globally – a la Event 201.

            If I remember, they were looking for a 2-3% mortality rate to cull their desired numbers. Early numbers by country reflected those “reported” percentages. For some reason, Italy’s numbers were an outlier at 7% – consistently.

            You know that part of the bioweapon research is to create a virus attacking certain specific genomes, but I never figured out the Italy thing.

            They’ve successfully muddied the water so much, it’s hard to figure out the truth. I do know this though, everything they say is a lie. We’re on our own to figure it, and them, out.

            Dreamy and Paula are right also – there is something cryptic in the naming of Covid-19.

            Even at odds sometimes, I do appreciate your viewpoints and opinions. If everyone thought like me, the world would be a very boring place.

          • Paula D January 20, 2024 at 11:01 am #

            I know people who got horribly sick in Dec 2019 or Jan 2020, also.
            They went to the doctor and were tested for flu, and it came back negative, so they were diagnosed with ‘Virus of unknown origin”.
            Then when the Chinese identified the SARS 2 virus in January, they figured they must have had that.

            That is why I dismiss the idiots who say that the flu was misdiagnosed as covid. No, the flu swabs did not pick up covid.
            What happened is that the government paid clinics and hospitals to test for covid, not the flu. So they did. And the PCR tests picked up many things, so it looked like the flu went away.

            I think that SARS 2 leaked from Ft. Dietrick in the summer of 2019. Remember all the young men dying, and we were told it was “vaping”?
            The CDC shut down Ft. Dietrick in July or August (can’t remember which), with some lame excuse.

          • Paula D January 20, 2024 at 11:06 am #

            Normal people can disagree with no emotions involved. It is simply noted.

            Nasty people who cannot disagree without hurling insults inspire annoyance or anger, not embarrassment. It takes an arrogant narcissistic sociopath to believe that disagreement with them is something to be embarrassed about. But, you know……

            I don’t see why anyone would appreciate being attacked for disagreeing, but to each his own.

            Personally, I can’t stand Night Soil, and I usually ignore him, but he’s a rabid ankle biter, especially when it comes to defending the bioweapons labs, since he’s apparently paid for that.

          • Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 4:11 pm #

            “Nasty people who cannot disagree without hurling insults inspire annoyance or anger, not embarrassment”

            Go and read your replies.

            I know why you do it, ofc.

            It is because you cannot show us the isolate.

            And it enrages you.

          • Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 4:13 pm #

            Yes, Ron. The term will be used just as 9/11 was used to instill fear and push the agenda.

            Ground Zero, Patient Zero, there are quite a few parallels in the approach and execution.

            I will state it one last time. Until an isolate is produced in the traditional manner, Covid-19 does not exist.

            I do appreciate your discussion style. You are a critical thinker, and you will always arrive at a solution that is close to the truth–at the least.

        • Anthea January 19, 2024 at 3:44 pm #

          @Nigel Tufnel:

          I’m in rural Missouri, which is decidedly red, though Missouri’s cities are blue.

          I’ve seen very little sign of vax damage in this area–may one hearsay case of a stroke soon after being vaccinated. (A friend told me that his 50-year-old neighbor lady had a stroke a few weeks after the vax.)

          I don’t know very many people who chose to be vaccinated in the first place, so I suspect that the percentage of vaccinated people around here is well under 50%. Of those, most were probably over 65, but I haven’t heard of any sudden deaths among the old folks. I know one extended family that was terrified of covid, with almost all vaccinated to the max–but no ill effects that I know of.

          City friends who got vaxxed and boosted are doing well, as (I hear) are their friends, relatives, and geriatric neighbors. These are people who used to wait with bated breath for every shot to come out and then carpool to the vaccination site as gleefully as if they were going to a party.

          I am not hearing of “long covid” cases or of people who have gotten covid or the flu multiple times.

          I think my area–and possibly the whole Kansas City metro area–must have gotten duds.

          • cbeard January 19, 2024 at 4:29 pm #

            I think all big cities are blue.

        • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 4:26 pm #

          I don’t think that the control group got saline in the trials.

          They don’t do that for most vaccines. They give them the adjuncts but not the actual product being studied.

          That way any problems with the adjuncts skew the results, because it looks like the “control group” is closer to the experimental group.

      • Mac January 19, 2024 at 12:18 pm #

        I read that a third of the vials were essentially placebos, some were very hot, and all contained some DNA, which, enveloped in nanolipid, can enter cells unmolested. Not sure what to believe anymore.

    • Organist1022 January 19, 2024 at 1:47 pm #

      She has the same dead eyes that they all have, they radiate no warmth despite the deliberate smile. It’s so apparent in photographs. Compare this image to any photo of Melania Trump smiling similarly. It’s like LED compared to incandescent.

      It’s what being on the possession spectrum looks like.

      • Ron Anselmo January 19, 2024 at 4:03 pm #

        Take a good look at Gretchen Whitmer’s eyes – she’s vacant. Kathy Hochul another. “On the possession spectrum” – interesting comment. Nice.

        • Night Owl January 19, 2024 at 6:07 pm #

          Most of them are. They have the dark, disconnected psychopath eyes.

          Easy to spot once one sees it enough.

        • BackRowHeckler January 19, 2024 at 7:20 pm #

          That’s because they are lizards, not humans.

          • Ron Anselmo January 19, 2024 at 10:44 pm #

            BRH – so says David Icke. He’s brilliant – a different level thinker. Started reading him well over 20 years ago, his first book I believe, And the Truth Shall set you Free.

            As I followed him, in his later books, he almost lost me on the shapeshifting “reptilian” angle, but over the years, I’ve come to believe there is truth in that also.

            I agree with Owl, that it becomes easy to spot after a while.

          • Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 8:54 am #

            I agree that Icke is brilliant.

          • Mike Sherman January 21, 2024 at 8:18 pm #

            “I agree that Icke is brilliant.

            Great…I knew this day would come eventually. So we can add Shapeshifting Lizard people to Night Gnat’s panoply of CTNJ bullshit of Abiotic Oil, no COVID-19, and Flat-Earth Theory. It just gets more an more insane every week.

        • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 9:45 am #

          Gretch needs to lighten up. I realize that governing the nation’s most vibrant and tempestuous state requires a steady hand on the tiller, but she needs to take time for herself.

          I keep inviting her to go tubing down the Rifle River, come over to my place for some target shooting, or just shoot some pool with me and my rowdy, beer-drinking, pot-smoking buddies. But do I ever get a response? Even a form letter saying, “I’d love to join you in your frivolous endeavors, unfortunately I’m all tied up right now”? Strangely enough, the answer is “no”.

  8. SaHiB January 19, 2024 at 10:09 am #

    Doubt it. El(y)on (Commander of the Elohim) Musk still censors. I’ve appealed, but my Twatter account remains suspended for 3 years now for “advocating suicide” because I suggested ivermectin have legitimate human uses, such as preventing blindness from onchocerciasis.

    • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 11:50 am #

      Yeah, I followed a link yesterday to X, and it said “This account doesn’t exist”, or words to that effect.

      Censorship remains.

    • Night Owl January 19, 2024 at 6:09 pm #

      Just make a new one.

      The level of censorship when the government and intel community were running the show was multi-layered, and Musk has commented on this many times.

      This does not mean Musk is not some kind of judas goat, but his actions thus far have been encouraging. One can say just about anything on Twatter these days and nothing happens.

  9. Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 10:12 am #

    Soros has a Secretary of State Project as well.

  10. thirdcoastlegend January 19, 2024 at 10:12 am #

    Ursula is the real-life embodiment of SS General Irene Engel from the Wolfenstein PC games.

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    • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 12:34 pm #

      No, she is Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS – the perfect anti-White Democrat.

  11. Nick Reynolds January 19, 2024 at 10:14 am #

    Round two coming up. Only this time, there’ll be no misinformation, disinformation or malinformation (truthful statements that go against the official narrative). That means they’ll have to shut down the Internet. That will also stop Bitcoin and decentralized cryptos, since they’re a very real threat to the wealth and power of those behind the curtain giving the orders. Enjoy the Internet while we still can, but prepare for when it’s gone.

    • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 10:21 am #

      Did you see where Vivek discussed the dangers of CBDCs with President Trump, and now Trump has come out against the creation of such a thing?

      Vivek also took a 7-Eleven joke with good humor.

      What a guy!

    • abbybwood January 19, 2024 at 11:13 am #

      You mean we might actually have to get together and talk? In person?!

      • Nick Reynolds January 19, 2024 at 8:35 pm #

        Right you are

    • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 11:56 am #

      They are not going to shut down the internet. They want everyone to rely on the internet for all their activities of daily living.

      They are going to shut down social media, the 21st century equivalent of Town Square, the place where we humans can communicate with each other without the filtering that takes place in topdown legacy media.

      They say it openly. They want to go back to the days when consensus was manufactured by the rulers, and communicated top down to every house, TV and car. Now it’s updated to cell phones, but it’s the same thing. They beam their propaganda directly to each person, and they want to make sure that each person hears only that propaganda, and has no way to check with other humans, horizontally, to hear contrary facts or opinions.

      That is what they are aiming at, especially X, Facebook, and YouTube.
      They already control the search engines, especially Google, so that you can put in whatever specific words you want, but you’re going to get what the Official Narrative is, no matter if you remember that you saw something different 4 years ago.

      • TruthSeeker1986 January 19, 2024 at 2:23 pm #

        That explains why I hate using Google, but I’ve noticed this.

        • Night Owl January 19, 2024 at 6:13 pm #

          Use Yandex.

          I don’t think I have used Google in about 6 years, other than to compare prices amongst certain vendors of fine musical 6-stringed musical instruments bearing the Gibson name, as well as raucous, face-melting conveyors of sound that bear the name of one Jim E. Marshall.

  12. Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 10:15 am #

    There’s that “our democracies” again.

    • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 10:26 am #

      They know “democracies” are a failed form of Government, a form of mob rule with no moral clarity. Hence the reason they continually harp on it. Our founders knew democracies always fail, hence the reason they did everything they could to keep us as far away from a democracy as possible. You know, the Senate selected by the state legislatures, the electoral college, etc. The only element of our original Republic that was democratic was the House of Representatives.

      Our forefathers screwed us over more than a hundred years ago when they ruined the Senate.

      Abraham Lincoln screwed us even more when he overthrew the Constitution and told several sovereign states they had no right to leave the “union.” Sthe state succumbed to the Federalist under Lincoln.

      The ball was set rolling a hundred years before we were even born, Beryl. Doesn’t that just give you the warm and fuzzies?

      • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 12:00 pm #

        I think that China does it the old fashioned US way.

        The way I hear it, citizens of China elect their local representatives, and they are judged on how well they provide for their constituents.

        But from there on up, the local reps elect the higher reps, all the way up to the president, who is elected by the Politburo, not the 1.4 billion people of China.

      • Mac January 19, 2024 at 12:21 pm #

        Cank- It was the progressives, not our forefathers, who wrote the 17th Amendment

        • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 12:27 pm #

          They came before us, did they not? That therefore makes them our forefathers.

      • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 12:38 pm #

        The average human is a psychological slave and deserves the right to be ruled over by benevolent lords. This is what they really want after all – and what they need.

        Allow such a person to vote? Pressure them to do so? What kind of monsters came up with that?

        People who work hard on becoming qualified to vote really want it. And if they become qualified, they should have it. Men that is.

        • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 3:11 pm #

          Yes, Jarek, you are right. Most people want to be told what to do and taken care of from cradle to grave. The mas obedience during the covid scam was clear evidence of it. Nobody had any faith in their God given immune system. Instead they ran to their leaders crying out “save me,” “lock it down,” “make them mask up.” Flawed immortal beings looking to flawed immortal beings for their salvation. What could possibly go wrong?

          • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 11:59 pm #

            it’s sacred obligation, but few are capable of living up to it. Certainly clawing your way to the top is the antithesis of the skill set needed to rule the people. Even Aristocrats often failed, despite being raised to do it.

            Often people want to do what they want to do, but can’t take responsibility for their actions. Thus since they can’t control themselves, others must control them. The Laws of Nature are very strict, as human laws must be as well in consequence.

            Such people would deny that they are slaves, but they are. Bad ones. Or perhaps, not children but adolescents to put a positive spin on it.

  13. sadlycdn January 19, 2024 at 10:16 am #

    Millions participating in the death and destruction of humanity really is showing the mass psychosis at hand…….clowns to the left and jokers to the right……we really are stuck in the middle

  14. NickelthroweR January 19, 2024 at 10:18 am #

    Try as I might, I can not get the Normies to understand that there is a 24/7/365 machine operating to have them replaced. Replaced at work. Replaced at the voting booth. Replace from the living.

    No amount of evidence will convince them and by them, I mean family and friends. It doesn’t matter that parents, aunts, uncles, cousins and siblings are dropping like flies or now have horrific cancers. Doesn’t matter one bit. It doesn’t matter that they can see with their own eyes that our cities are full of invaders. Doesn’t matter one bit. It doesn’t matter that they can see the collapse of the dollar with their own eyes. Oh no, their “retirement” will be just fine – somehow.

    All I can do is continue to quietly prepare for myself and my neighbors. Maybe some of them will wake up when the power goes off and the trucks stop rolling.

    Oh, one final note. I recently had to drive across our state and I noted to my gal that every single overpass that we went under was caked in rust. I don’t think they are going to allow for us to have roads for much longer.

    • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 10:24 am #

      Didn’t the Secretary of Transportation come out (SWIDT?) against roads?

    • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 10:29 am #

      But hey, people can still download their porn, pierce their navels, color their hair blue, get more unrecognizable tattoos and watch the NFL playoffs.

      That’s all that matters, Nickel. Don’t you know?

      Your comment on the bridges is interesting. In my state (Utah) they are replacing bridges in many locations. I guess it would depend upon the state you are in.

    • Rowdypiglet January 19, 2024 at 10:45 am #

      @nickelthrower, I tried for quite a while to get through to people who used to be able to exercise some discernment. But something has happened to them in the last few years. The indoctrination has settled in and hardened, and nothing can dislodge it. I don’t think even the power being turned off permanently, or all the younger family members dying off, would make a difference now. They wouldn’t long survive a permanent loss of the luxuries of modern life, and they’d blame Trump, racism, the failure to “affirm” trans toddlers, or some combination thereof. I know when to (reluctantly) give up.

      • NickelthroweR January 19, 2024 at 11:02 am #

        I agree with you and I’ve given up on everything minus the 401Ks. That is one area where politics and indoctrination go by the wayside and simple math takes over.

        It goes like this:
        Me – Say daughter, I couldn’t help but notice that your 401K is invested entirely in Buggy Whip manufacturers. Does that concern you?

        Daughter – Yeah, I lost a lot of money last year.

        Me – Maybe it would be wise to take your money out while there is still some left.

        Daughter – But then I won’t have any retirement!!!

        Rinse & Repeat.

      • Nigel Tufnel January 19, 2024 at 11:23 am #

        Yes. Something has happened to their brains. Was it multiple generations of fluoride in the water (calcification of the pineal), or something else?
        I would love to know the answer because I’m forced to deal with them (family).
        Or could it be personality type?

        • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 12:22 pm #

          It’s propaganda. Propaganda is really, really effective.

          They all get the same propaganda that we do, but they get it more often, constantly, because they are always on their phones, and their peer group mostly falls for it also. That is reinforcing.

          So when their crank parents tell them differently, they know to write us off as conspiracy theorists, and most likely, racists.

          • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 12:42 pm #

            Dare to vote for Stalin (the only person running)!

          • Night Owl January 19, 2024 at 6:14 pm #

            “Propaganda is really, really effective”

            Today’s deep thought with Paula D.

      • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 12:13 pm #

        Oh yeah, Rowdypiglet. It has become so much worse. I too have noticed it. I have tried with family members to get them to just think before they act, to look at and analyze things for themselves rather than be told what to do and they look back at me like I am a gigantic praying mantis in yoga pants. They all know in their guts something is wrong but they won’t listen to anyone that implores them to think, just a little. It’s really bizarre. It’s as if we have just become more stupid, stupid, stupid.

        I think we’ve reached the limits of our evolution, Rowdy. We are at the brink. Either we evolve into something that overcomes our lust for power, wealth and stuff, or we die. We are on the cusp of something incredibly good or incredibly evil. One way or another humanity will not be the same come the next century.

        • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 12:44 pm #

          The few evolve into something new, genetically and/or spiritually. The rest are culled from the Earth and rest in Divine abeyance for a long time.

          And the angles are the reapers. – Christ.

          • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 1:23 pm #

            Angels not angles.

      • beantownbill. January 19, 2024 at 12:21 pm #


        I never gave up because I saw the handwriting on the wall and realized the game was over years ago, so I’ve been going with the flow for a long time. I live in a captive state, Mass., and it’s been hard on me. Almost all my friends and family just can’t conceive how they have been brainwashed. I have a few of them who, for some reason, have kept their eyes open – a niece and a nephew, but that’s all. But even they don’t do anything about it.

        My wife inherently knows because she’s lived with me for a long time, but she was born a liberal, she’s old and is living with an incurable disease, so her goal is to live for as long as she can and not worry about what might happen in the future. Being old means you’re mostly living in the moment, but I’ve been cursed with still trying to see the possibilities of what lies ahead.

        My own daughter is sharp as a tack but has always been a flaming liberal (politically) and doesn’t even want to hear about any of this.

        Anyway, life is good. I don’t like the alternative.

        • Rowdypiglet January 19, 2024 at 2:19 pm #

          @Jarek, beantownbill and cankerpuss – Those who live on their phones and have CNN always on the tv screen at home have succumbed to the spell that has been cast upon them. Some are quite smart but they’re weak of mind and will, and are now lost to us and to themselves.

          Along with the successful indoctrination, they’ve acquired various forms of mental illness – severe in some cases. I think their connection to reality has fallen into the deep chasm between the real world and the one they’ve subscribed to. There’s no way to be mentally healthy while carrying around so much contradiction between belief and reality. I’ve seen it exhibited in the feral rage they display on rare occasions when I’ve been able to back them into a corner with a simple, logical argument. It’s genuinely frightening and heartbreaking.

          I think some humans are devolving to a lower form of life, both spiritually and physically. Others seem to be evolving to an as yet indistinct higher life form. In both cases, something has broken inside us and outside in the world, and forced us to make a choice – even if it’s only an internal one. It’s this forced choice, and the spiritual nature of it, that seems peculiar to this time and causes me to think that this is a watershed moment for humanity. I don’t think it has ever mattered in this way before.

      • ViceGrip January 19, 2024 at 4:04 pm #

        This is due to the premeditated & designed-in loss of ‘Biographic Memory’ which is controlled by the brain’s Hippocsmpus.

        Think of the Hipppocampus as being a small (in volume) hard drive which specifically controll the indexing of all memories.

        Under normal operation, the Hippocampus, in an orderly fashion , continuously indexes new memories, after which — after some sorting, are eventually passed-along to long term memory, or deleted.

        Unfortunately, when a human brain is conrinuously exposed to ‘Fear Porn’, the small hard drive volume of the Hippocampus is continuously bring ‘overwritten’ by new memories before the indexing occurs; to wit: Biographic Memory is destroyed.


        The Indoctrinated Brain: How to Successfully Fend Off the Global Attack on Your Mental Freedom

        Michael Nehls, MD, Phd.

    • Not_GeorgeT January 19, 2024 at 11:16 am #

      The rust: preparation for 15 minute cities

      • NickelthroweR January 19, 2024 at 3:30 pm #

        The drive was from Detroit to Cleveland and Cleveland will be the first 15-minute city in the lower 48. The overpasses I was referring to were all within 100 miles of Cleveland.

        In so far as the overpasses are concerned, the metal support beams were caked in rust and the concrete pillars were crumbling apart.

        Someone, somewhere, has decided to let the roads that connect to Cleveland fall to ruin.

        • Not_GeorgeT January 19, 2024 at 11:06 pm #

          Begs the question why Cleveland. It appears to have peaked as a major city decades ago. Geography? lakefront, majot roads… maybe the contagion spreads to Detroit and Chicago, similar road system.

    • ViceGrip January 19, 2024 at 3:45 pm #

      NickelthroweR . . .

      “The characteristics of the reasoning of crowds are the association of dissimalar things possessing a merely apparent connection between each other, and the immediate generalisation of particular cases. It is arguments of this kind that are always presented to crowds by those who know how to manage them. They are the only arguments by which crowds are to be infuenced. A chain of logical argumentation is totally incomprehensible to crowds, and for this teason it is permissible to say that they do not reason or that they reason falsely and are not to be influenced by reasoning.”

      “It would be superfluous to add that the powelessness of crowds to reason aright prevents them displaying any trace of the critical spirit, prevents them, that is, from being capable of discerning truth from error, or of forming a precise judgement on any matter. Judgements accepted by crowds ate merely judgements forced upon them and never judgments adopted after a discussion.”

      “The ease with which certain opinions obtain general acceptance results more especially from the impossibility experienced by the majority of men of forming an opinion peculiar to themselves and based on reasoning of their own.”

      The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind

      Gustave Le Bon written in 1895

      • Paula D January 20, 2024 at 11:11 am #

        Men go mad in crowds, but only recover sanity one at a time.

        Said someone I can’t remember. And I probably mangled the quote also, but you get the point.

  15. megabeth January 19, 2024 at 10:21 am #

    John Kerry the Carbon Fairy was accosted by reporters demanding to know what his carbon footprint was. “What a stupid question,” he replied. They kept at it, and he kept batting them away. Nobody asked me, but I think his carbon footprint is the size of a Gulfstream jet. So’s his ego. So’s his saggy old face, which, incidentally, is racing the rest of him on the way to Hell.

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    • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 10:31 am #

      He’s leaving whatever it was he was doing to work to get Biden reelected.

      The climate scam comes down to one man, the POTUS, giving it the thumbs up or thumbs down.

      They can’t even depend on Bobby Jr., because even though he’s been taken in by the one scam, he’s not fully on board with the measures to fight the thing, and he also is wise to the other major scam of theirs, the vaccine thing.

      The vaxx scam will kill you faster than the climate one.

      A hint to RFK Jr:

      When fighting a pretend calamity, any mitigation they choose will work.

      A fake remedy always works just fine for a fake crisis.

    • C.O.Jones January 19, 2024 at 10:37 am #

      You’re so right, megabeth. Kerry is just another monetarily rich (by way of marriage) Satanist who acts like he is smarter than everyone. Most Satanists act like they have secret knowledge that only they possess because they are too stupid to understand that they will lose. They backed a loser by falling for the easy money now, pay later with your soul plan.Sign on the line for a real good time, Johnny. How many more years will Kerry have to enjoy his Gulfstream lifestyle? HIs face is so shot full of botox that he can’t even crack a smile. Jokes about digging his face out of Easter Island are entirely appropriate!

      • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 12:20 pm #

        But that’s the way our society works. I mean, take Bill Gates for example. The guy is a computer doofus. He creates some software that is very useful and becomes worth billions of dollars. Now that he is worth billions of dollars he is suddenly an expert on human demographics, immunizations of humanity, food production, the global climate and just about everything else. When, in reality, the guy may be just an expert in computer software and that’s it. But, for some unexplained reason we humans take a person who has a lot of “money” in his bank account and put them on a pedestal and assume that because they are wealthy the are endowed with knowledge from on high that the rest of us are not entitled to.

        Why do we humans do this? Could it be because we judge success of a man by how big his bank account is and how much shit the person “owns?”

        Yeah, I think it is. No billionaire know anymore than anyone else muddling through the mess on this planet. We just put them on a pedestal because they are rich. We turn them into false Gods and we worship them.

        Same with celebrities, politicians and monarchs. Each and every one of them stuff their pieholes and shit it out the exact same way as the poor among us.

        • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 12:25 pm #

          I don’t think that worshipping the rich is an inborn trait. There are cultures that do not worship the rich.

          Didn’t Jesus say something about rich men not going to heaven?

          • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 1:49 pm #

            Donald Trump ‘worships’ achievement, and financial success and being a high achiever frequently go together, which is why he listened to Bill Gates and we never got a vaccine integrity commission.

            He also respects hard work and a job well done, which is part of the reason the “rubes” and “hayseeds” in Iowa are never going to desert him, no matter what.

            He respects them, and has no false humility toward them (maybe because he has very little humility in him to begin with).

            I noticed some people who are now supporting RFK Jr. have taken to bashing Trump’s most loyal supporters, as if to shame anybody who still votes for Trump, because look at the kind of people who do.

            No one has called them bitter clingers yet; but they are coming close.

          • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 3:20 pm #

            Even cultures that profess to not worship the rich do in fact worship the rich. I’m an inactive member of the predominant religion in my state (Utah), a religion that worships Christ the carpenter, not Christ the oligarch (supposedly). Yet, the leadership of the church from the top down to the local congregations are always those who have money, power or popularity. You want to be a church leader in my state? Make a ton of money, become a Senator or run for City Council. Those who would be the greatest of leaders, the humble and quiet among us are ignored.

            And such is the fatal flaw of humanity and the carnal nature of man.

          • Socrates-Detroit January 19, 2024 at 4:03 pm #

            Jesus Christ’s words can easily be misconstrued, even with good intentions.

            And even His purported followers here probably may not agree on what He meant.

            I’m not a priest. Still, I will wade into this topic.

            Jesus Christ did say”..it is harder for a rich man to go to heaven than for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle”.

            Taken literally (or not. I understand the eye of a needle was the small opening in city walls, which was hard for a camel to pass), it makes the point.

            Then Jesus added “…what is impossible for man is possible for God”, in other words, He possibly negated his earlier passage!

            Jesus also said that “…My kingdom is not of this earth”.

            And the Devil was cast out of the heavens and wound up…here, causing nothing but problems by tempting people to do bad things with bad consequences. The world is the Devils’ domain. The Devil even tempted Christ by offering it to Him if he would renounce God.

            The world is the Devil’s… for now. This will not last–it could end next week, it could end next year, or next century. But God will return and take the world.

            In that context, Ursula is just one of the Devil’s countless servants.

            And few things are more tempting than getting rich by taking short cuts, or stealing (and by that, I mean white collar theft, which is the financial industry, which skims VASTLY more off Americans than burglary and property theft, and it’s (mostly) LEGAL)

            So, in THIS world, the wealthy can and do get a lot more credit and power than they deserve, both “soft” (Bill Gates, who got rich with software (that some say he “legally” pilfered from Steven Jobs/Apple operating system–Windows)

            “Medium” power. Bill Ackman, the Adelsons, use big money to buy academe and politicians–all legal. That’s harder power, but not hard.

            “Hard” Warren Buffett LEGALLY pays a smaller percentage of his income in income taxes than most people commenting here who have jobs. You can bet the rich will never consent to paying the top marginal rates of people making $200k a year.

            Wall Street tells Bill Clinton he needs to take care of them, and in 1997, DEMOCRAT Bill C and the GOP end Glass-Steagall and give Wall Street what it had wanted and couldn’t seem to get before. That is HARD power by RICH people.

            What put Trump on the map? His WEALTH! When I was a teen, he was an amusing RICH man–a Howard Stern with a lotta dough! He was a funny guy from Manhattan amusing all of us in the tri-state area–we laughed at his antics!!

            And he leveraged that to become President!

            Candidate Trump had a lot of good ideas, and said many unspoken truths, yes. But so did Ron Paul. Who got further?

        • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 12:48 pm #

          People desperately want to be rich, thus resenting the rich but secretly loving them as well. They identify with them.

          If you’re so smart, why aren’t you rich? The rich are schmart!

          • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 3:21 pm #

            Ha, I’ve often teased my wife that when God was handing out “money smarts” I was off fly fishing or playing tiddlywinks. I ain’t rich and therefore, I ain’t smart.


      • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 12:23 pm #

        Saw the other day that “King Charles” is having prostate problems. I was shocked. He’s a King! He shouldn’t have prostate problems! I once read that North Koreans don’t believe Kim Jong Un doesn’t have to use the bathroom.

        I hate human worship in all of its forms.

        • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 1:18 pm #

          Maybe he throws a tantrum as his valet directs his ever-weakening stream into the loo. “This is unbearable!” “I can not abide this pathetic dribbling!”

          I can just see him gnashing his great big teeth.

          Seriously, King Chuckaluck is not that bad a bloke, for having been raised as the very belly button of the British Empire. I think he does care about people and good traditions. Look at his experiment with Poundbury and New Urbanism. And he started out as a simple conservationist as opposed to climate change shit goblin. Nothing wrong with conservation. Every man can help conserve natural resources without living in the pod, eating the bugs, and forfeiting his own agency.

          • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 3:22 pm #

            Damn, man. That is the funniest thing I have read all week. I needed a good laugh.

      • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 1:06 pm #

        I was at a 2004 Kerry rally, once, sitting on a big round bale, nursing my son to sleep. We were back by a literal bandwagon. At the end, Kerry loped back to jam on guitar with the band, and climbed over the bale right in front of me, practically in my lap. He did not even stop to thank me on the climate-friendliness of breastfeeding, the turd!

        Then again, nobody but Al Gore pretended to care about the climate back then.

        • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 1:10 pm #

          That is really a strange anecdote that I had almost forgotten about. It’s not every day that I get a lap dance from a bony Democratic nominee while sitting in a barnyard with the udders exposed . . .

        • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 1:25 pm #

          I once shook his hand at an Irish wedding in Boston. Kerry isn’t an Irish name. He was in disguise. He’s something else all entirely. I didn’t know it at the time, being very young.

          • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 4:53 pm #

            Like the late Madeline Albright, John Forbes Kerry is of Eastern European Ashkenazi descent. Czechia, I think. My mom was half Bohemian, and we are short little things with strap-iron muscles, not Kerryesque beanpoles. One thing we do share in common, though, are craggy brows, pointy chins, and lots of hair, like the Celtics boyos who colonized the territory. Kerry, like me, might be a little bit “proto-Irish.”

          • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 3:19 am #

            Hungarian. But who knows? Where the Celts there too? He doesn’t look like the typical Ashkenazi, actually more like a darker Celt.

            In any case, he doesn’t identify with us. That’s for sure.

          • megabeth January 21, 2024 at 12:50 pm #

            Bohemian, Hungarian . . . they call us all “Bohunks” for a reason. I don’t know if the Celts got chased to Hungary without looking it up, but they did get driven into Serbia and environs.

            Speaking of Celtic provenance, my grandpa eventually came to look like the caricature of an Irishman used in those 19th-century political cartoons. He was magically delicious!

          • Jarek January 21, 2024 at 1:27 pm #

            The Neanderthal-Leprachauns! Somebody stole me lucky charms and they better give ’em back.

  16. docmartin January 19, 2024 at 10:27 am #

    Zoom in on the eyes of that Ursula bitch. Those are the cruel and sadistic eyes of the bitch of Buchenwald! Several of the neo nazis in the comment section are already on their way to Office Max to get that image blown up poster size.

    • C.O.Jones January 19, 2024 at 10:40 am #

      My thoughts, exactly, doc. Something unsettling about her eyes.

    • Anthea January 19, 2024 at 10:55 am #

      She has overdone the eyebrow pencil. One of the indices of age in a woman is thin to non-existent eyebrows. Heavy eyebrows–or a facsimile thereof–give a more youthful appearance. Nowadays, some women have tattooed eyebrows.

      But I don’t see anything particularly creepy about her eyes.

      • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 1:21 pm #

        What I find unsettling is her Hillary hair. If I saw that dyed helmet heading toward me, I’d shit broken beer bottles.

        • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 1:52 pm #

          It’s “serious” hair. Liz Warren does the same thing.

          Sarah Palin got a lot of criticism for her attractive updo. She lacked “gravitas”, remember?

          • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 4:57 pm #

            I do. Palin was also roundly mocked for her squeaky NW Wisconsin accent (her mom came from Cadott, near me).

            Mocking her accent irked me more than mocking her for her attractiveness.

            As for how I feel about her, I still don’t like her. She seems rather transactional. An inarticulate opportunist.

      • SpeedyBB January 21, 2024 at 5:50 am #

        Eyebrows? Need eyebrows?

        Paging John L. Lewis. Now there’s some Eyebrows to share with the von der Leaden.

        Didn’t I read somewhere about a powerful popular reaction in Germany against the “von ders”? Anti-snob backlash.

        Euro-aristocrats. Tits on a boar-hog.

        Dime a dozen.

        Always on the lookout to marry a dumb Texas heiress.

    • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 12:49 pm #

      Yes, that’s why they they’re trying to wipe out the White race via the Kalergi Plan. Because they’re Nazis.

      • TruthSeeker1986 January 19, 2024 at 2:32 pm #

        What do they intend to do with the other people? And it seems like to me you have a lot of lefty white women who are willing to help in doing that to themselves. They even make weird porn movies where they promote that kind of shit, Racial genocide kinks aimed at white males. That BLACKED crap got popular from that, now it’s promoted on a global scale to people in Asia “See how your women prefer negro cock over you?” And guess who funds it? A Jewish French named Greg Langskey.

        • TruthSeeker1986 January 19, 2024 at 2:36 pm #

          This guy made a fortune off that kind of weaponized shit, but I don’t have to tell people how much their worship of a group of people who have so much power and influence are the main ones who HATE their white race and are using the blacks to attack and eliminate them by hoping they breed with the white women so they can laugh at the dumbfuck goyim. Nobody else is funding for negros to flood into Europe like that but them and Soros.Those blacks don’t have that kind of money to just jump on planes and boats then sail off into Italy, France, etc like that. And it’s the same thing with the Muslims. They are getting sent to these countries by Elites who really hate the shit out of the White race.

        • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 2:53 pm #

          And when remember the German women greeting the million Muslims who marched into Germany with open arms and hugs. Three generations ago German women were mass raped by the Soviet army (ordered to do so) and by the Allies at individual whim.

          No memory. Real cultures have cultural memory. They have none and thus no real culture. They never really recovered from WW2. Now their women can’t walk the streets safely at night.

          As the group Ramstein said, We’re all living in America.

          • Blackbird January 19, 2024 at 6:10 pm #

            “…remember the German women greeting the million Muslims who marched into Germany…”

            Yes, Cologne, 2,000 cases of sexual assault. What did they expect?

        • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 3:42 pm #

          Women will open their legs to any alpha male. White men have been emasculated by decades of rampant feminism and anti-family behaviors. White men are now the “Homer Simpsons” of American society. Women want to be protected and provided for, it’s their biological nature to search for men who can do this (Beryl will bitch about how this is wrong but it is true). So, they will screw anything of a male persuasion who can fulfill those basic needs. Black, brown, red, purple, tattooed, pinched, it doesn’t matter. If he got the money and the power, she’ll do him.

          • malthuss January 19, 2024 at 5:43 pm #

            I disagree.

          • Blackbird January 19, 2024 at 6:18 pm #

            Those dusky immigrants in Cologne had no money or power – nor any intent to protect and provide for. All they had is the “toxic masculinity” that modern western women pretend to hate – and which modern western men have cleaved from their persona.

            Sorry buddy, you did what she told you to do now. Now you sit – like a woman – sipping your soy latté, in your pink shirt, with your pretty little man bun, waiting for her. But where is she? Gettin’ her freak on with a vanload of vibrant immigrants.

            Hertz Donut?

          • taijitu January 19, 2024 at 6:22 pm #

            “Women want to be protected and provided for,…” Women on he birth control bill have a physiological state of being pregnant. Consequently, they are looking to form a relationship with a man who can provide the “protected and provided for” role. Otherwise, I think women are the best warriors around saving males, that is.

          • Ron Anselmo January 19, 2024 at 11:19 pm #

            Cankerpuss – I can’t agree with your across-the-board comment on women, but there is definitely a slice that adhere to what you’re saying.

            “If he got the money and the power, she’ll do him.” ~ Cankerpuss

            ^This^ reminded me of an old-time DJ, maybe 40 years ago, in Jacksonville, FL, who went by the name of The Grease Man. He was legendary for his comments and always in trouble with the FCC, for his on-air comments.

            A favorite: “If you got the cash, you get the gash”, meaning gold-diggers, not prostitutes.

          • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 1:00 am #

            Bird – you are awesome. LMAO. You’re right about the men, and I use that term loosely. In my mind’s eye, I can see the heaux meaux’s just as you describe.

            And the van? You remember the bumper sticker of old – “If this van’s rockin’, don’t bother knockin'” Keep on rippin’, Bird.

          • Beryl of Oyl January 20, 2024 at 12:58 pm #

            Hey Cankerpuss.

            You were just speaking about reaping the consequences of bad choices, right?

            When someone says they tried and tried to reason, advise, whatever with their child, but to no avail, what I find is often the case is that (and I think I may have said this here before) that is because children do not do what their parents say. They do what their parents DO. They also learn about men and women from their father and their mother.

            When you have a dad who proclaims that there are no girls in America good enough for his sons, and a mom who is all tee hee titter titter girls aren’t smart enough or good enough for an equal role in civic life, you are darn likely to get a very confused young lady with zero self-esteem.

            You reap what you sow.

            You’re welcome.

          • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 1:09 pm #

            Your typical inversion of reality. Dads who have no sons raise their daughters to be girl power creeps to whom no man will ever be good enough.

            And very few women realize that women shouldn’t be voting. Not even Rowdy. She’s at the testing stage which would exclude most men and women.

  17. Bill of Rights January 19, 2024 at 10:29 am #

    Ursula actually was Minister of Families in Germany.

    After that, she became the Minister of Defense. (i know it sounds impossible, but the last Minister of Defense was also a former female Minister of Families).

    Then she was supposed to follow Merkel as Chancellor, but a scandal arose and she was exiled to Brussels to avoid prosecution until things blew over.

    Now she’s where she is.

    • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 10:30 am #

      Minister of families to minister of war? That is an odd promotion.

      • Blackbird January 19, 2024 at 6:20 pm #

        You must not know some of the families that I know…

  18. fbarrera@nycap.rr.com January 19, 2024 at 10:31 am #

    In all the hustle and bustle of the great DAVOS gathering this week, where are they hiding ‘ol King Chuckie? No sign of him anywhere.

    • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 10:36 am #

      That’s right, where is he?

      They made Zelensky show up in his peasant duds to kind of gloss over the fact that everybody knows by now that he wasn’t allowed to have his peace deal with Putin.

      He’s a pretty good actor, but he isn’t selling it to anyone who hadn’t already bought it.

      • Rowdypiglet January 19, 2024 at 10:58 am #

        Charles is in the hospital for prostate surgery. Princess Kate is in for “abdominal surgery.” Maybe he just wants to avoid the whole Davos thing. I had hopes for Charles, but he has caved completely. I don’t want to condemn him too heartily; not many have what’s required to stand against their own tribe. In this case, I doubt you’d survive long.

        • stelmosfire January 19, 2024 at 11:09 am #

          “Charles is in the hospital for prostate surgery”. At least Charlie had the courtesy to let everybody know he’d be down for a bit. Not like that POS Austin who disappeared without telling anyone. I saw that Kate would be in hospital for 2 weeks. That must be some serious surgery.

          • OG January 19, 2024 at 11:38 am #

            Rumours swirl that Austin is dead – hit by a Russian missile while visiting Ukraine.

          • draupnir January 19, 2024 at 1:20 pm #

            They say Catherine’s surgery was a planned procedure, but planned for how long? The Prince and Princess of Wales were still planning a trip to Italy in the near future until very recently. Her calendar hadn’t been cleared. Due to the surprisingly lengthy hospital stay and extended recouperation time, I suspect something went wrong during a fairly minor, routine procedure. Conversely, she may have had a breakdown (she’s been under a lot of stress lately) and they are covering it up, which they would certainly do. Their hopes of a monarchy going into the future are pinned on her. She is their greatest asset.

        • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 2:55 pm #

          Hopes? Why? What gave you the idea he would be anything special? He’s been an environmental fanatic for decades. He seems sincere about it. I also wish that didn’t tie into Globalism but it so often does.

          • Rowdypiglet January 20, 2024 at 10:07 am #

            @Jarek, this goes back to my impressionable youth when I read E. F. Schumacher’s “Small is Beautiful.” I liked the critique of capitalism, the praise of village life, and the condemnation of excess; I still do. It’s been years since I read the book and would probably now find plenty to criticize. Nevertheless, the inclination to keep things small, manageable, aesthetically pleasing and human is still very much with me.

            I was encouraged by Prince Charles’s praise of the book and its concepts, and by his efforts to create prototypes in the real world. He was interested, as I am, in architecture and urban design, and was instrumental in the creation of Poundbury, an experimental village that was both beautiful and thoughtful. Architects whose hideous creations are often seen on this site despise Poundbury and mock it relentlessly for the crime of being pretty and human in scale. That alone would be sufficient recommendation, as far as I’m concerned.

            Anyway, Charles had interests along the same lines as my own, and has been able to put them into practice. I would never in a million years have thought he’d end this way, as yet another shill for the WEF and WHO. It’s a great disappointment and a grim surprise.

          • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 1:15 pm #

            Thanks. I’ve never heard about Poundbury, preferring Orania, the Whites only community in South Africa. Blacks there are utterly aghast: One place in South Africa that isn’t falling apart.

            I had a nice book by Prince Charles once, about all of this. Poundbury was probably in there but I lost it in a move before I could really get into it.

            You’ve seen the picture of him being almost jabbed in the chest by one of the Rothschilds. Queen Elizabeth was besties with one of the Rothschild ladies. This is how you keep from getting Romanoved.

            He’s not his own man. That’s very painful so I assume he has conformed his mind to what must be if he would live. Stockholm syndrome.

          • megabeth January 21, 2024 at 1:07 pm #

            King Charles is perhaps the world’s foremost example of the soul-destroying effects of wedding a vain, hyperemotional basket case of a femme–and I am not referring to Camilla, here.

            That poor schmuck! After Diana let ‘er rip on that Panorama interview, the whole royal family finally twigged to how toxic, impulsive, competitive and selfish she was. Philip even wrote his son a letter commending Charles on his “saintly” strength.

            Camilla, on the other hand, is a great example of a supportive wife who helps her husband knock ’em dead without forgetting that men love their work, and that being humble is not a fatal condition.

            King Charles is a mixed bag, but in the main, I admire him.

  19. D from OR January 19, 2024 at 10:38 am #

    So what are they going to do about paper?

    Seems to me that if *they* continue to throttle the digital space then we will naturally decline to participate much. It happens (for a recent example look at the failure of Instagram Threads).

    I remember a time when ‘zines, radical newspapers and newsletters were common. That’s how I used to get my “alternative” information.

    While I don’t condone or like graffiti there is quite a large “slap sticker” movement here. Unlike the graffiti which is often about the style many stickers carry a message. Many are very subversive and are put in areas to be seen.

    What’s Ursula going to do about that?

  20. WadeWaters January 19, 2024 at 10:46 am #

    That face is ghastly.

    I’d like to punch her fuckin’ lights out.

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    • OG January 19, 2024 at 11:35 am #

      I gotta admit that I had the same impulsive thought when I looked at her picture.

      • draupnir January 19, 2024 at 1:23 pm #

        She reminds me of the Hilary of 20 years ago.

  21. Mister Roboto January 19, 2024 at 10:54 am #

    If you read Dr. Panda’s subsstack you will know that this ADE-driven variant is filling emergency rooms in various parts of the country.

    • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 12:28 pm #

      Thanks for that info. I had noticed that far more people that I know are sick now.
      I didn’t know anyone during the “pandemic” who got covid, but now everyone is out sick.

      I do think that ADE is rearing its ugly head.

    • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 1:05 pm #

      People often get sick this time of year. Prove it’s not the flu.

      Every time people get sick now it’s covid. The dummies!

      • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 1:23 pm #


      • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 3:36 pm #

        Now the idiots get a sniffle, they run to the local Walgreens, buy a test, stick the swab up their nose and eagerly await to see if they are “positive.” Stupid bastards. Before covid, come January through April people just got colds and flus. Nobody ran off to test themselves and then isolate themselves every time they got the fucking sniffles. What a sorry bunch of pathetic pussies many have become. I have nothing but disdain for them.

        • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 7:01 pm #

          I must note, as a nurse of longstanding, that isolating yourself when sick is a Good Thing. Making everybody healthy stay home is patently authoritarian. And, no, we should not keep testing obsessively for covid. Trump was right about that.

          I often do nurse gigs in long-term care. I have seen exactly 2 people die with or of covid. One was at the end of his rope with metastatic cancer; the other decedent was 101 years old. And I have treated scores of cov2-positive people. Nothingburger.

        • megabeth January 19, 2024 at 7:03 pm #

          P.s. If you test positive, you get a nice vacation from work. What an incentive to test.

        • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 7:35 pm #

          i think that staying home when you are sick is simple common courtesy.

          You’re a pussy if you don’t go around coughing and sneezing on other people?

        • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 3:21 am #

          Or if you criticize women who do. So saith you comrade, Beryl.

  22. Uncle.Al January 19, 2024 at 10:56 am #

    *Rosa Klebb.* bread lines, the Staff of Death.

  23. SomeoneInAsia January 19, 2024 at 10:57 am #

    I still have fantasies about making voodoo dolls of these people and dipping them slowly into molten metal…

    (Though I must admit that nice auntie makes me hesitate…)

  24. JC Penny January 19, 2024 at 11:04 am #

    Speaking of misinformation, I was entreated to a PBS special meant to show Islam as the greatest invention since, well, ever. It featured a soy-boy and a chick driving around the US finding stories of the USA’s greatest Muslims. He had his perpetual CRT hat on while she spoke from under Hajib with a perfect valley-girl dialect.

    One particular story was that of Hi Jolly (aka Hajj Ali, aka Philip Tedro), a Greek Christion turned Muslim in the mid 19th century. He was recruited as caretaker of the camels for the Camel Corp that experimented with their utility in the Southwest circa 1855. Interesting. But then, in order to fluff him up, the show claimed he was responsible for Route 66’s design – IOW, the architect of modern logistics. Well, I looked it up. He was the guy that fed and led the camels in Lt Meade’s expedition. Nothing else. Kinda like saying the dude that carried Lewis & Clark’s canoes discovered the Northwest Passage. And the show as well as all web results mysteriously leave out whose side he was on during the Civil War [Hint: His “monument” is the headstone a confederate general paid for]

    Hi Jolly, the great Muslim of the desert southwest. That’s WEF approved misinformation.

    • stelmosfire January 19, 2024 at 11:17 am #

      “the dude that carried Lewis & Clark’s canoes discovered the Northwest Passage”

      I think you mean, ” the dude that washed Roald Amundsen’s underwear discovered the Northwest Passage”

      • JC Penny January 19, 2024 at 12:01 pm #

        Mea culpa. Your metaphor is more accurate. Thanx!

    • BackRowHeckler January 19, 2024 at 11:18 am #

      And Hi Jolly was brought here — along with his camels — by none other than Sec. of War Jefferson Davis. Alas, the camel experiment proved a failure and the camels were released into the wild sometime in the late 1850s, the last camel spotted roaming the Southwest in 1937.

    • BackRowHeckler January 19, 2024 at 11:32 am #

      JC your post reminds me of story the BBC ran a few months ago with the headline:

      Woman of Color hit hardest in London by the Black Plague c1348-1350.

      BBC never explained how ‘Woman of Color’ got to London in the mid 14th century. Why would they, tho? The purpose of the report was to show that ‘structural racism’ was prevalent in the British Iskes even 700 years ago. The accuracy of the story is irrelevant, and to question it is racist.

      • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 9:57 am #

        Probably one black woman, purchased by a merchant traveling to Venice.

        Maff be rayciss!

    • JohnAZ January 19, 2024 at 12:23 pm #

      Interesting question.

      Has the WEF taken on Islam as the global religion to be? The unifier of Dark global. The enemy of Western Christianity?

      • thirdcoastlegend January 19, 2024 at 12:48 pm #


        I thought all the trans stuff was the WEF faith?

  25. Paula D January 19, 2024 at 11:43 am #

    I think that the covid viruses released so far have been a disappointment to them.

    I forget the name of the whistle blower who used to work on gain-of-function bioweapons, but she was assigned the task of turning blood-borne Ebola into a respiratory virus.
    This is a task like turning lead into gold, but that doesn’t matter, they were still working on it.

    I think they have a new one ready to go. Probably not airborne Ebola, but something much more lethal than covid.

    And watch what’s left of the free and open internet clamp down when that happens.

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    • thirdcoastlegend January 19, 2024 at 12:47 pm #


      Why worry? Look at how markedly human capital in the West has declined since 2019. That means the people working in those biolabs are significantly dumber than they were.

      The other key piece they are missing for their next hoax attempt is a marketable figure like Fauci, with his 40 years in government and elderly demeanor to appeal to the credulous.

    • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 1:10 pm #

      In checkers, you set your opponent up. You have to take “the jump”. In boxing, it’s know as a feint. You pretend to punch left so they open up on their left where you catch them with your right.

      Covid was a feint. A set up for the Jab.

      • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 1:15 am #

        Janos – the jab is a feint. Covid was a jab. A set up for an overhand right. It’s coming – that or an uppercut.

        • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 3:33 am #

          Covid was a feint*. The Jab was a jab. The next virus might be the knockout – or maybe it will be the next Vax.

          Night Owl denies covid completely btw. I admit the possibility that something real might have been released in various places or several somethings. That doesn’t change the fact of the Vax being their main weapon – at least so far.

          Complexity hides the simplicity of their fraud of creating a supposed problem so they could implement their final solution.

          *In boxing, either a feint or a jab can help set up a big punch. That doesn’t make them the same. Though I suppose one could feint a jab in which case they would be.

          • Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 8:52 am #

            Try not to use emotional language like Paula, Jarek.

            I deny nothing. I demand proof.

            When someone tells me something is true or a certainty, proof is required–among anyone with at least a smattering of intelligence that is.

          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 10:21 am #

            Cool boxing analogy.

            I’m inclined to think that no virus was released – too risky – and that instead the Vaxx is the bio-weapon. Of course if vaxx-shedding is an issue, then even the vaxx as a bio-weapon is risky. But this is just my opinion and subject to change as I incorporate more information.

            I even question the notion of disease transmission via viruses, and have since learning, way back in undergrad, about the Ayurvedic tradition and the idea of balancing heat and cold.

            On the Weather Channel website the other day there was a link to an article about winter, cold, and viruses. It was an obvious attempt to reinforce right-thinking – and that always makes me suspicious.

            I can spend a week without leaving my house, and if I want to, I can make myself come down with a cold very easily. Go outside inadequately dressed, (like those heaux meaux you see running from their car into the gas station wearing a t-shirt and shorts), get a nice, deep chill. Let the cold, dry air make my throat raw. Mucus production begins in order to protect the fragile membranes of my respiratory system. I get congested. Head full of snot. That’s what I got. Mucus sliding down to my stomach makes me nauseous, and sick if I don’t listen to what my body is telling me.

            Where did the virus come into play? No sick person infected me. Was it riding around on my clothes all this time, sitting in my chair, waiting for the right sequence of events to pounce?

            I haven’t rejected the viral theory of disease transmission, but I do think it is worth questioning.

            Everything is worth questioning.

          • Paula D January 20, 2024 at 11:23 am #

            It’s not a virus if you get a runny nose in the cold, Blackbird.
            Just like it’s not a virus if you are congested and sneezing in the spiring and fall, when the trees are releasing pollen.

            Viruses are specific organisms, with different effects, to boot. They don’t all make you sneeze. Hepatitis can destroy your liver.

            Don’t let the Fauci Stooges make you ignorant.

          • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 1:17 pm #

            NO: I’m just stating a fact about your position. No emotion. Just because I have condemned you at other times doesn’t mean I’m always doing it or doing it here. The emotion here is yours.

          • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 1:23 pm #

            Black: Many a true word is said in jest. Beryl was mocking me about how the next virus released will kill those who got vaccinated. What if that’s not just a general thing, due to a somewhat ruined immune system? What if the next virus is geared to fit in exactly with the Vax?

            The first virus: A feint, with the Vax as the real punch.

            The second virus: The real deal, the knockout blow that follows the Vax punch.

            The strength of this model? The Elite are never put at risk since they never took the Vax.

          • Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 4:09 pm #

            Paula knows all about viruses.

            She just can’t show us the isolate of “Covid-19.”

            That would make it too easy for us “Fauci stooges”


          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 7:42 pm #

            Yes Jars, you might be onto something.

            My current theory regarding the much-heralded Disease X (is this the same as the “turbo cancer” we have also been promised) is that once again, the Vaxx will be the weapon.

            “Turbo cancers” are said to be showing up at higher frequencies (after never having existed previously), but we are promised, “we ain’t seen nothin’ yet”.

            Pfizer has already invested $43 billion buying a little known pharma company to prepare to mass produce the newest, latest and greatest “vaccine”.

            So I’m putting my chips on yet another trojan horse Vaxx, but I’ll be watching how this develops and have no problem modifying my position if the evidence supports it.

          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 8:32 pm #

            Don’t worry Paula, I don’t need anyone to help me become ignorant. I’m perfectly capable of doing that on my own.

  26. Paula D January 19, 2024 at 11:44 am #

    Meanwhile, in Ukraine…..

    “In Ukraine, most agricultural land has been bought up by Western agricultural holdings through frontmen, as the Oakland Institute explains in its research report issued in early 2023, titled ‘War and Theft: The takeover of Ukraine’s agricultural land’. Now such land acquisition can be done openly and legally. In early January, major American billionaire Warren Buffett announced that he plans to build logistics hubs in Ukraine’s Transcarpathia region for grain transshipments. Thus we see that farmers in Europe’s poorest country, Ukraine, have no money to buy the land that until recently they managed and owned collectively or individually, as inherited from Soviet Ukraine and the USSR. Ukrainians are now dying in a war for control of land whose ownership is being bought up by large agricultural interests in the West.”

    • JohnAZ January 19, 2024 at 12:20 pm #

      So the workers become sharecroppers working for a pittance from the Western overlords.


      Does the Marxist state bring on feudalism, does individualism, the enemy of the State, create middle class societies and thus must be crushed in a Marxist state.

      Has the West become more Marxist than the USSR used to be? Are oligarchical dictatorships the eventual winner? Will power ever really be suppressed by anything?

    • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 1:05 pm #

      This is from Caitlin Johnstone at Substack.

      I don’t agree with a lot of what she writes, but I like to read her work from time to time to see the areas where her thoughts and mine overlap:

      “Every war the US involves itself in is always facilitated by lies promulgated in one voice by the official government in Washington and by the “independent” “free” press (actually propaganda services) of the western world. They deceived the world about Ukraine. They deceived the world about Yemen. They deceived the world about Syria, Libya and Iraq. There are always, always lies, obfuscations and manipulations involved in marketing a new war to the public, or in hiding its involvement in foreign wars from public attention.

      All of this manipulation and deceit is necessary to hide the fact that the US-centralized empire is the most tyrannical power structure on this planet. And make no mistake, it is an empire. Washington serves as the hub of an undeclared empire comprised of alliances, partnerships, assets, public deals and secret agreements which knit a large number of nations together into what functions as a single power structure with regard to international affairs.”

  27. JohnAZ January 19, 2024 at 11:49 am #


    In the Middle Ages, hierarchies of nobility formed up as the stronger folks sorted out their pecking orders, formed Duchys and Clans, sometimes based on family affiliations, and formed the framework of the feudal society that existed for hundreds of years. During this time, the global influence came from the church and the Papacy.

    The the plagues hit, and the church was totally discredited. Renaissance occurred, the middle class of merchants and craftsmen developed and common needs and desires formed between the duchies. Nationalism was born as nations formed, based mostly on the language of commerce.

    History lesson over. Look at what is happening in Davos. The new world hierarchy is forming of the global nobility figuring out the pecking order and the future of the new serf class, IOW, us. The Middle Class will be torn down with the aid of hi-tech esp. AI. Nationalism will be the enemy, as the hierarchy is global. Nations compete, inspiring entrepenuerism which is the number one enemy of globalism, the signature of the individual.

    Nations competing have caused war, over and over. Can China and Russia and the USA be consolidated into a global government? Never. So nationalism is probably not going to go away, in spite of what the geniuses in Davos say.

    Will the nations allow feudalism to take over? I doubt it. Right now, the Biden mob is plowing the fields getting ready to sow the seeds of feudalism into the newly formed US population of serfs, unskilled labor.

    • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 12:35 pm #

      I agree that what they are implementing in a new form of feudalism.

      This one will be controlled by AI, instead of the Church, but the imposition of the new religion is part of it, just like the brutal destruction of the old pagan religions was part of the feudal takeover of Europe back then.

      The requirement that people truly believe in the transubstantiation of human biology, stupid as that is, is being forced onto society, and taught to the children as catechism.

      Transwomen are women.
      Transmen are men.

      That is the new rosary. And TERFS are the new heretical witches, to be burned at the stake (as openly seen on many antifa signs.)

      • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 1:13 pm #

        I noticed that a UFC fighter named Sean Strickland didn’t give the response a reporter was looking for when he was questioned about some remarks he had made previously that were perceived as anti-LGBTQ:

        “”Here’s the thing about Bud Light … Ten years ago, to be trans, was a mental f—ing illness,” Strickland said. “And now, all of a sudden, people like you f—ing weaseled your way into the world … you are an infection. You are the definition of weakness. Everything that is wrong with the world is because of f—ing you. And the best thing is, the world is not buying your f—ing bulls— you’re f—ing peddling.

        “The world is not saying, you know what, you’re right, ‘Chicks have d—s.’ The world is not saying that. The world is saying, no, there are two genders. I don’t want my kids being taught about who they could f— in school. I don’t want my kids being taught about their sexual preference. This guy is a f—ing enemy.”

        • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 8:02 pm #

          Good for him. Now he will be attacked as a heretic, but hopefully he will have the ability to stand up to them.

        • benr January 21, 2024 at 8:36 am #

          It is the battle of the extremes.
          There really is no middle ground on anything anymore.

    • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 1:14 pm #

      And some small businesses succeed and grow. Most wither and die. The ones that succeed grow to mid-size. Some stop there – others become Corporations and Multi-nationals. The whole cycle repeats. The Law of the Jungle. Few things are admirable about it, John. The lust to keep growing and crushing your opposition is the very essence of fallen humanity.

      Your Feudalism is being foisted on us by the Capitalist Winners, with the Bankers as the top of the top.

    • Night Owl January 19, 2024 at 3:23 pm #

      Yes. Some of us pointed this out some time ago. As in years. The term is neo-feudalism.

      The digital plantation, with far less slaves than the world currently hosts.

      Don’t forget Harari’s technological Noah’s Ark either; according to the gollum himself, it will take the elites on eternal life with unimaginable power, while us serfs are left to die.

      • NickelthroweR January 19, 2024 at 3:43 pm #

        And who will build this eternal Ark? Not them. They possess no skills.

        The Roman emperors, too, thought themselves gods but it was the Praetorian Guard that ended up running everything. Rome saw 37 of its Emperors assassinated. Not very god-like if you ask me.

        • Night Owl January 19, 2024 at 4:03 pm #

          It is a metaphor for killing most of the planet’s population and then ruling over the remaining relatively small and controllable masses by using technology.

          The beginnings are already there. Cashless checkout, the attempt during the Covid Hoax to make us scan digital passes to enter stores, etc.

          They will remove all human interaction, hiding behind multiple layers of tech, and of course walls and guns.

          You really should read some of their materials. Klaus Schwab wrote an entire book about the fake virus and how WEF would transform the world as a result.

          • thirdcoastlegend January 19, 2024 at 6:49 pm #


            You consistently make many good points.

            Where we probably differ is that I don’t believe the controllers will be able to muster and organize the human capital to implement and maintain their digital panopticon over the long term.

            Trouble is, they are going to inflict massive amounts of pain and suffering on all of us as their project eventually collapses and fails.

          • JohnAZ January 19, 2024 at 10:33 pm #


            For every market item banned by a government , there will be a black market emerging.

          • Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 8:49 am #

            TCL, I don’t know if they can muster it either, honestly.

            But they have been moving toward an end game for many decades, and they are clearly capable of anything (morally speaking).

  28. Paula D January 19, 2024 at 12:11 pm #

    “Although it would be foolhardy to think von der Leyen could have achieved everything she has without political talents of her own, it’s also important to recognize she has always been granted a kind of privilege that far surpasses the parochial advantages accorded to average Germans. Von der Leyen’s family tree traces a legacy of power and brutality, incorporating not only some of Germany’s most significant Nazis but also some of Britain’s largest slave traders and, through marriage, some of the United States’ largest slave owners. Von der Leyen is descended directly from James Ladson, who owned more than 200 slaves when the Civil War broke out.”

    Straight from the Establishment press…


    • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 1:16 pm #

      You wish you were her, right? Someone has to be in charge, but they should be good, not evil. But since you eschew all religion as nonsense, you simply increase the chances of the Elite being evil.

      • Beryl of Oyl January 19, 2024 at 1:57 pm #

        Why would Paula wish she were Ursula, and how could you possibly construe that from her post?

        • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 2:58 pm #

          Most people want to be rich and/or famous and/or powerful. Paula is a person therefore she may wish this too.

          If you were put in her Ursula’s position, you would see life differently and might “find” (passive feminine tense) yourself feeling, thinking and doing the same as she does.

          • Cankerpuss January 19, 2024 at 3:30 pm #

            Everyone thirsts for and lusts after power, riches and material things of the world. Such is the carnal nature of man and such is the reason we are here, to learn to overcome.

        • Night Owl January 19, 2024 at 4:00 pm #

          TBH, I can understand what Jarek means.

          Paula is very unstable and will lie at the drop of a hat out of spite. See last week’s entry.

          She appears to have a corruptable personality. Emotional, vindictive, and interested in power. Much like Mary Q Anon, who left in a rage when she could not dominate conversation.

        • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 7:38 pm #

          LOL, the men agree with each other. Therefore, they must be right.

          Next, Jarek will bring up Stalin, just to complete his fetish.

          • Jarek January 19, 2024 at 11:49 pm #

            Everybody says silly things now and then, drear. You just do it a bit more than most.

        • Paula D January 19, 2024 at 8:04 pm #

          And NIght Soil will bring up Koch, his particular obsession.

          So predictable.

          • Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 8:47 am #

            Why has it never been isolated Paula?

            Seems you would want to know the answer to a quesiton like this, given the number of dead and maimed, as well as the agenda built off of this creation that no one can prove exists.

            But this would require curiosity, a sign of high intelligence.

          • Paula D January 20, 2024 at 11:29 am #

            Intelligent people are able to incorporate advances made since 1890.
            Intelligent people would be able to look at all the evidence that has been laid out in the last four years about the bioweapons released in those years, and not squat in a comment section and demand that random people digest it for them.

            I wouldn’t be casting slurs on other people’s intelligence if I were you, Soil.

            Thankfully, I am nothing like you, though.

          • Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 4:07 pm #

            A string of insults again.

            Emotion over brains.

            Paula D.

  29. liber8tor January 19, 2024 at 12:16 pm #

    The sound of Calliope music grinds on while the giant Wurlitzer grows loud.

    The Normies gladly roll up their sleeve for the X-Virus and break out their stash of used face masks from 2020.

    The Normies don’t seem to notice or care while they suffer from Mass Formation Psychosis.

    The talking heads on TV said 2024 was going to be a MFer. That was an understatement.

  30. trypillian January 19, 2024 at 1:50 pm #

    The plague is far from an evanescent phenomena as the author surmises. The actual increase in mortality averages 15% in all-causes deaths. The very grimmest of reapers applies fatalities quite democratically throughout all-age demographics. The desultory global populations will continue to drop like proverbial flies. I am free from the vax so I’m enjoying laughing whilst you croak.

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  31. JohnAZ January 19, 2024 at 1:52 pm #

    The Biden administration just allocated 150 million dollars to repair charging stations for EVs.

    Wow. I just read an article that said that the main loss of charging stations is from punks stealing the copper from the wiring.

    So the idiots are subsidizing crime, what a deal.

    When will the people realize what a crock of crap Biden and his mob really are. They will push the USA into bankruptcy rather than admit they are wrong about EVs. Latest sales numbers show EVs are continuing to lose appeal as dealers and manufacturers are shrinking their exposure to EVs. Maybe EVs will become the Cadillacs and Mercedes of the future.

    Of course, serfs do not need cars, right?

    • BackRowHeckler January 19, 2024 at 3:22 pm #

      No, EV charging stations don’t last long. Scrappers love them, not only for the copper they provide but for other valuable metals as well. Around these parts vandals smash them up sometimes just for fun too. The more remote facilities, or ones located “in de hood” are also great places to assault & rob (or worse) stranded motorists.

      The EV Revolution isn’t really working out as planned.

      • OG January 19, 2024 at 3:56 pm #

        The EV Revolution isn’t really working out as planned.

        Perhaps it is going exactly as planned.

        Look at what Kris is doing in Edmonton, Heckler. He’s just having the best start to a head-coaching career in NHL history, that’s all. He’s 22-6 (.786) and currently on a 12-game winning streak!

        • BackRowHeckler January 19, 2024 at 4:57 pm #

          I know! Well the Rangers could have had him. They lost out.

          It’s amazing what good leadership can accomplish.

        • BackRowHeckler January 19, 2024 at 6:33 pm #

          I know! Well the Rangers could have had him. They lost out.

          It’s amazing what a team can accomplish good leadership.

          • BackRowHeckler January 19, 2024 at 6:35 pm #

            Sorry for the double post my mistake.

        • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 9:45 am #


          What are you hearing from folks up north about the EVs? Why do you think there is a plan? I really do think you give these politicians way too much credit. IMHO, WEF have elected so many dumb shits into office than the Congressional “think tank” no longer exists.

          Sorta like the output of “University Amerika” that produces lower and lower intelligence every year.

          Politicians are lifetime losers, failures. They get elected with BS and smoke and mirrors. Boy oh boy, all they are is talk, nothing of consequence has come out of Congress since Trump’s tax reform. Even the money they think they are buying votes with is fiat.

          • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 9:47 am #

            I will say again, if they do have a “plan’, it is to take cars away from all the serfs, after they create the serfdom. It is underway.

    • BackRowHeckler January 19, 2024 at 3:27 pm #

      And it looks like Rivian, once the darling of the EV startup industry, is about to go under. Stock price is tanking daily. You might say “Well, Rivian needs to sell more trucks” but you would be wrong because for every overpriced vehicle Rivian sells they lose about $35,000. It’s a lose/lose proposition.

    • benr January 21, 2024 at 8:31 am #

      I hear people in Chicago are waiting hours to charge their lil Teslas to no avail.
      EV’s are absolute failures on all fronts in weather extremes.

  32. JohnAZ January 19, 2024 at 1:54 pm #

    Mike “Serf” Sherman and will be happy about it.

  33. Night Owl January 19, 2024 at 3:20 pm #

    Excellent piece today. At long last our host finally ties the manufactured problems in governments and society in the United States and around the world with the puppeteers behind the marionettes: The World Economic Forum–the mouthpiece of shadowy private international banksters and corporate criminals.

    We have arrived.

    • Mike Sherman January 21, 2024 at 7:43 pm #

      Huzzah! Night Gnat ‘claims’ another convert to complete Nutjobbery. How’d you like them apples, JHK? The Narcissist is running your blog openly now.

  34. Roundball Shaman January 19, 2024 at 3:25 pm #

    “… is there a fairer grandmotherly face than this in all of Western Civ?”

    Don’t be fooled by outward appearances. The Face of Death doesn’t always look like a cartoon drawing of the Devil or some deranged person sent to death row. The Face of Death comes in all sizes and shapes and color-tones and ages. Death wears many faces today. And never has an Age been more preoccupied with Death than our Age today.

    We live in fear of EVERYTHING. We have been so conditioned by our loving handlers of Deep State through their lackeys of State Media and Anti-Social Media. We are programmable beings… and They are programming us to be scared and angry and fearful and to distrust each other and even our own thoughts and selves. A job well done, Dark Siders.

    It’s interesting how so many Death Peddlers openly meet every year in places on the Globe from Wyoming to Europe. Nice to get Them all together so it’s easier for them to coordinate their plans of death and destruction of We the People. And don’t worry about us, you Peddlers. We’re all still cowering and whimpering together in the corner of the room… just as you like to see us. Well, maybe.

    “If such a thing as ‘Disease X’ does arise…”

    There is no doubt that Disease X will arise. In fact, it has long been loosed upon the Earth. Disease X is Globalism itself and the Globalist false gods who push this atrocity on We the Innocents of the Planet. ‘They’ ARE the disease. They are the true pandemic and not the false exercise of mass panic that the last one was promoted as being.

    And what’s the cure for this ‘disease’? A vaccine. But NOT something that is shot into your arm or nose or rear-end. This is the real Vaccine of Truth and Freedom.. those two most hated things by the Diseased Globalists.

    And this Truth and Freedom Vaccine can and must be taken every hour of every day. Because the Globalist Disease does not stop coming at you for one second.

    And even ‘Anti-Vaxers!’ are going to want to line up for the Truth and Freedom Vaccine that no stinking Globalist will ever find an antidote to.

    So let the death peddlers gather together and share their deviancy. We’re be all Boosted-Up and ready for Them and whatever putrid garbage They are now cooking up.

  35. jschothorst January 19, 2024 at 4:00 pm #

    A line from an old song, is a good answer to the “Godess” Ursula: “lunger, lunger, hosen in flammen”.

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  36. jackrabbit January 19, 2024 at 6:02 pm #

    The irony as JHK whines about misinformation and disinformation…..

    • GreenAlba January 19, 2024 at 9:00 pm #

      You poor bunny – you’re really struggling, aren’t you?

      • jackrabbit January 19, 2024 at 11:24 pm #

        Not really….just a quick drive by comment highlighting the fact that this blog is nothing more than mis and disinformation.

        Jack– Why don’t you lay it out, then, instead of being such a coy shrinking violet? — JHK-Admin

        • OG January 19, 2024 at 11:49 pm #

          Excluding, of course, that Queen Elizabeth was a shape-shifting lizard. That one’s true.

        • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 9:36 am #

          Mis and Dis information/


          This is how the Left controls the information highway, by declaring everything that they disagree with a lie.

          The real liars are left of center as can be shown by all the troll’s lack of argument or data. Just name calling. Over and over again the Biden reign has shown that “disinformation” is truth. They have destroyed so much America in their drive for Amerika that they have very little to brag about, so their posts are empty.

          So now, jackrabbit, I will await your latest post of inconsequential nonsense.

          • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 9:36 am #


            JHK is too kind!!!!!!!

          • OG January 20, 2024 at 11:57 am #

            JHK handled such an unsubstantiated attack with brilliant savoir faire.

        • jackrabbit January 20, 2024 at 12:34 pm #

          El jefe, the head honcho, emerges from his upstate frozen NY cave to address a minor comment but just shrugs at the rest of the toxic insanity that passes for ‘serious commentary’ here at CFN.

          Jim….why bother to address your query? Just think about how your audience has changed here over the years. As I’ve said before, you’ve devolved into weirdo fusion of Alex Jones, Tucker Carlson and a propagandist from OANN. Real reputable folks. Any day now, I expect you’ll become an evangelical Christian. Just in this post, you’re still peddling ivermectin, hydroxy etc. You seem to admire a guy that is a convicted rapist, a conman, a fraud, and a leader of a party of knuckle dragging low iq insurrectionists. You’re not a serious person. You’ve become a caricature of the worst elements of American culture.

          As for John, ‘about to have an aneurysm as he furiously pounds the keys’, AZ, I just laugh….

          • OG January 20, 2024 at 2:06 pm #

            Alex Jones was right.

          • jackrabbit January 20, 2024 at 2:13 pm #

            OG…..do tell…about what? Nothing more than a thug who should be imprisoned.

          • jackrabbit January 20, 2024 at 2:18 pm #

            Thanks for proving my point, yet again, OG. You’re an idiot.

          • jim e January 20, 2024 at 5:25 pm #

            jack, how are you doing? Hang in there and teach us more about how things really are.

            “I ain’t often right
            But I’ve never been wrong
            It seldom turns out the way
            It does in the song
            Once in a while
            You get shown the light
            In the strangest of places
            If you look at it right”

            “The meaning of reality is the true state of things. In essence, it’s how things really are, whether we perceive them to be as such or not. Things in themselves are inherently neutral. It is we who supply the perceptions and build our beliefs with them. Reality transcends both expectations and beliefs.”

          • benr January 21, 2024 at 8:27 am #

            Look another one of the legions saying the same stupid crap.
            Can’t refute anything just low brow insults and claims we have the low IQ’s.
            Laughable in the obvious projection.
            Hey jackrabbit aka teckapo, or whatever hundred other stupid names you have used and been bounced off of here why not refute something and when you can’t then sit in the corner with the dunce hat on and shut the fuck up?

            Go back to media that spoon feeds you the lies that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy I suggest brain trusts like Joy Reid or the fine commentary of the view.

          • megabeth January 21, 2024 at 1:29 pm #

            I see that you’re too mentally lazy or incapable to take up the author’s challenge..

            You can’t refute an argument for sour apples.

  37. socialisthater January 19, 2024 at 7:15 pm #

    Ever notice how much the elite leadership of the WEF sound an awful lot like Fascist/Socialist Nazis? That is because they are. You see, they fervently believe in what Hitler said long ago, “It is not Germany that will turn Bolshevist, but Bolshevism that will become a sort of National Socialism. Besides, there is more that binds us to Bolshevism than separate us from it… The petit bourgeois Social-Democrat and the trade-union boss will never make a National Socialist, but the Communist always will.”

    The dumbass Commies of the Bernie Sanders/Squad/Cuba/Venezuela et al clan are too stupid to figure out that Fascist/Socialists have co-opted Communist China, Ukraine (Russia may go the same direction as soon as they gain control of Ukraine), the EU, and–increasingly–the U.S. Democrat scum elite Party. Socialist/Fascist Hitler despised free market capitalism and a Constitutional Republic form of government as much or more than the most devout Communist did, but he knew that co-opting the oligopolistic corporatists–as long as they pledged their total allegiance to the regime–was the quickest path to gain ultimate power and to destroy both capitalism and freedom. Again, he said so, “The party is all-embracing. It rules our lives in all their breadth and depth… There will be no license, no free space, in which the individual belongs to himself. This is Socialism… Let them then own land or factories as much as they please. The decisive factor is that the State, through the party, is supreme over them, regardless whether they are owners or workers.”

    Listen to the turds at the WEF. All the blather about digital currencies, New World Order, globalism, etc., etc. is just rebranded Nazi Socialist/Fascist horseshit. It’s all about getting dictatorial power over the entire world in a new Reich–with completely evil shitheads like Klaus Schwab in charge.

    • tom clark January 19, 2024 at 8:43 pm #

      I’d wager the average American has no idea who Klaus Schwab is.

      • GreenAlba January 19, 2024 at 8:58 pm #

        My brother’s like that and he’s not even average – he’s an otherwise intelligent retired academic. I asked him if he’d heard of the WHO Pandemic Treaty and he just looked at me blankly – I don’t think he’s heard of Schwab either. I’ve tried to educate him, but I might as well send weblinks to our dog, as he won’t open them.

        • OG January 19, 2024 at 11:41 pm #

          I’ll bet that your brother has a tiny GLT.

          He probably thinks that Operation Warp Speed was instituted because TPTB actually want to grow us from 8B to 9B and then to 10B.

          That is, sheep to slaughter.

      • Rowdypiglet January 20, 2024 at 10:13 am #

        @tom clark, I’m positive you’re correct about that. And it doesn’t stop there. Supposedly educated people are not one bit better, and have the added deficiency of believing themselves to be knowledgeable and well informed. Challenging them on this issue to the point of revealing their ignorance inevitably brings on the feral rage I’ve mentioned before.

    • TruthSeeker1986 January 20, 2024 at 1:33 am #

      They are actually going to most likely achieve their goal. I mean name one person alive right now who is ballsey enough to even remotely try to stop them?

      • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 1:36 am #

        Clay Higgins – “The Cajun John Wayne”? He has the heart and the will.

        • TruthSeeker1986 January 20, 2024 at 4:32 am #

          I just don’t see how one guy is going to take down an entire group of billionaire globalist. I looked up information on him and don’t see much on him even challenging WEF and their goals.

          • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 8:41 am #

            TS – my answer was mostly in jest. Higgins has the kind of character and internal fortitude to fearlessly take on such evil – a William Wallace type – but lacks the wherewithal. Globalism is too, well, global – won’t be taken down by one man. A healthy revolution has a shot.

        • TruthSeeker1986 January 20, 2024 at 12:55 pm #

          Yeah, but revolutions have always been fought by fearless people that weren’t afraid of getting killed or sent to prison. After the whole January 6 thing happened they wanted to make sure they would scare the public by making an example out of Trump and the people who were there by wrongfully throwing them all in prison. Did a bunch of armed citizens march up to DC and demand those people be released? No.

          Today America is the most heavily armed nation on the planet and people are STILL scared which makes them all talk when they try to tell people in other nations “You gave up your guns!” Yeah you still have yours but you aren’t doing anything either! If that many people had of been armed back in the olden days they would have revolted already. Nowadays people are just standing around thinking Trump is their savior, like he’s the one that’s going that’s going to swoop in on a white stallion and defeat all the corruption. Trump isn’t going to do shit. All the guy do is talk. I guess people are just waiting for the starvation to begins before they revolt…But fighting on an empty stomach would be the worse when it’s always hurting for food.

          • BackRowHeckler January 20, 2024 at 6:21 pm #

            There are almost 1 million armed police officers in the USA; if actions of police in the UK & Ireland are any indication they will have no problem putting the screws to the native White population on behalf of alien immigrants, hostile Muslims, black looters and aggressive Trannys. IOW law enforcement will follow any orders the ruling elite give them.

  38. Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 8:44 am #

    ‘Abiogenic Deep Origin of Hydrocarbons and Oil and Gas Deposits Formation’
    “The theory of the abiogenic deep origin of hydrocarbons recognizes that the petroleum is a primordial material of deep origin [Kutcherov, Krayushkin 2010]. This theory explains that hydrocarbon compounds generate in the asthenosphere of the Earth & migrate through the deep faults into the crust of the Earth. There they form oil & gas deposits in any kind of rock in any kind of the structural position (Fig. 1). Thus the accumulation of oil & gas is considered as a part of the natural process of the Earth’s outgrassing, responsible for creation of its hydrosphere, atmosphere & biosphere. Until recently the obstacle to accept the theory of the abyssal abiogenic origin of hydrocarbons was the lack of the reliable & reproducible experimental results confirming the possibility of the synthesis of complex hydrocarbon systems under the conditions of the asthenosphere of planet earth.”


    Indeed, Robin. I do suspect this is going to be one of the next Big Lies to be dismantled during the Great Awakening.

    • OG January 20, 2024 at 10:28 am #

      I remember my dearly-departed uncle first telling me of this theory in Vancouver in October 2012. I had recently discovered JHK and was a vocal Peak-Oil zealot at the time. I thought this theory ridiculous at first blush as everyone knew that we were burning dinosaur bones with our SUVs.

      I understood then that 9/11 was an inside job but I still had no clue that everything is a lie.

      We all awaken on our own timeline. Like a decrepit concrete dam, it was first a tiny trickle and then it was a bigger and bigger trickle. Then a gushing hole. Then finally the sudden complete destruction of the entire structure and it all becomes dangerous debris moving fast.

      I believe that we are entering that final stage right now. 2024 is when the whole dam suddenly becomes a murderous deluge. Hang on tight!

      • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 3:22 pm #

        You have many, many experts that will agree with you.

    • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 10:46 am #

      Having spent many profitable years consulting for the oil and gas industry, (if there is a more arrogant collection of professionals on the planet, I have yet to meet them), I have found the biotic theory of hydrocarbon production to be convincing. That is, it answered my immediate needs.

      However, it is a mistake to unquestioningly accept any idea. Everything is worth questioning. The more I learn, the more I realize how little we really know, and how much we take for granted.

      Keep piling up information on the theory of abiotic hydrocarbon production, Owl, as you did with the Corona Ausschuss investigations, and I may have to start digging.

      • elysianfield January 20, 2024 at 1:11 pm #

        This PROVES the existence of space dinosaurs…



        • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 8:34 pm #

          Well damn ely. Teach ya a little taxonomy and you pick up the ball and run with it.

          You make me so proud!

      • Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 4:02 pm #

        Indeed. Aside from the evidence, the concept in a vaccum is quite interesting, and makes a hell of a lot more sense than “fossil fuels.”

        As with many of the great reveals over the past few years, this appears to be another thing about which we were grossly and purposefully misinformed.

        Control is all that matters to those running the show.

        On another positive note, I see EVs (the Peak Oiler’s magical solution for stamping out freedom) are now being widely derided as inefficient, polluting, and nearly unusable.


        • gustafson.robert.22 January 20, 2024 at 4:13 pm #

          Imagine thinking EV’s were “the Peak Oiler’s” anything, and simultaneously thinking you had the world figured out.

        • Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 6:28 pm #

          Your type can’t win, Gus.

          Human ingenuity always wins out in the end.

          The EV saga is the latest episode. Technology pushed and funded by Malthusian padded-cell types.

          They had to rush it, because they can’t game out the world on a computer using some equations.

          Your computer models fail and will continue to fail.

          We won’t eat the bugs, and we won’t die off for your cult.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 20, 2024 at 9:15 pm #

            You live in a simplistic world of cults because you are in the throes of one, this “Great Awakening” crap. Awakenings seem especially great when they’ve only just begun. Religious converts often experience a euphoria, before they truly understand almost anything.

          • Night Owl January 21, 2024 at 4:40 am #

            I recall when you claimed the Great Reset was nothing but bunk.

            Yet here we are.

            Your judgment is terrible.

            Do you have the hard numbers for Gaia’s “carrying capacity” yet?

            Jim Jones vibes.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 21, 2024 at 12:20 pm #

            Naw, I never said that. Always said it’s simply overestimated in potency and potential by way too many, and the Covid aftermath and other Reset programs to date support my take fully.

          • Night Owl January 21, 2024 at 6:11 pm #

            And now Gus transitions to outright lies.

            I know why.


        • Mike Sherman January 21, 2024 at 7:31 pm #

          “As with many of the great reveals over the past few years, this appears to be another thing about which we were grossly and purposefully misinformed.

          Okay, but riddle this, Night Gnat – why? Why are we being ‘grossly and purposefully misinformed.’?

          Abiotic oil is no more than the less embarrassing cousin of Flat Eartherism, no doubt the next psyop from our Resident Weirdo ex-pat in Deutschland.

      • Mike Sherman January 21, 2024 at 7:27 pm #

        “Keep piling up information on the theory of abiotic hydrocarbon production, Owl, as you did with the Corona Ausschuss investigations, and I may have to start digging.

        Haha! As usual, Night Gnat sucks someone into his Fantasy World of NutJobbery…one by one, huh, Night Gnat? You’ll get there in the end. Having studied the Nazi propagandists so closely, you’ve managed to ensnare not only the eminently sensibly-shod GA, but also the classic Liberal, JHK. Quite the coup…

        • Night Owl January 22, 2024 at 9:42 am #

          Pro tip: When you post about me over and over it simply reinforces how small you feel.

    • gustafson.robert.22 January 20, 2024 at 12:16 pm #

      “The Great Awakening”

      Yeah, okay… Lmao.

      For practical oil know-how, abiotic or fossil, origin doesn’t matter, some folks could benifit from a some schooling from Art Berman. Rather than this Q-anon-level mystical bs.

      • OG January 20, 2024 at 2:22 pm #

        Of course, one must keep in mind: Gus believes that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone.

      • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 3:20 pm #


        Even if abiotic source of oil was true, it s level of escape from the mantle will never keep up with the demand. JHK has stated many times that The Long Emergency will occur(It has already started) when AFFORDABLE oil declines in production. Folks who are waiting on abiotic oil might be waiting for a long, long time.

        • Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 4:06 pm #

          If abiotic oil is a solution but somewhat flawed in terms of being able to keep up with demand (something no one has proven), then the answer is simply to diversify and contin ue work on creating new fuels that can be used in combustion engines.

          The problem is actually not very difficult to solve when one considers what humans have accomplished to date–unless, ofc, a small group of psychopaths don’t want it solved and have the money and guns to prevent it from being solved.

          Time to put on your thinking cap.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 20, 2024 at 4:45 pm #

            “somewhat flawed” :))

            “simply” :))

            “creating new fuels that can be used in combustion engines.” :))

            “The problem is actually not very difficult” :))

            It’s so funny that somebody would post like this regularly on THIS particular blog.

            I credit the host for stirring up this comedic soup..

            If you want to understand peak oil, you know, before you start mouthing off about it rather than after,

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 20, 2024 at 4:47 pm #

            …read the blogs at artberman.com, by a career oil industry analyst who’s approach is facts-only.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 20, 2024 at 4:57 pm #

            Qshtick just visited me and spoke one word, “whose.”

          • Night Owl January 20, 2024 at 6:30 pm #

            If you really found it crazy, you wouldn’t be writing multiple posts attacking me–one after the other (for all the points you, um, forgot the first time).

            But here you are.

            So easy.

          • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 6:57 pm #

            Biogenic oil is one of the zaniest ideas I have ever encountered. I think the reason that the elites enforce this version is because they need it to support the “big bang,” evolution, etc. = No God.

          • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 8:11 pm #


            Are you watching the James Webb telescope information?

            Cosmology is reeling trying to figure out what was happening 13 billion years ago when the Big Bang was going on.

            The problem? The existence of galaxies, not protostars or stars, or nebulae or even matter bits, but whole galaxies as mature as the Milky Way. WTF?

            It is amazing the alternative theories that are showing up. Parallel universes, black holes from older universes creating our universe, mirror universes, infinite universe, Time is eternal, there is no beginning and will be no end.

            Some really weird stuff. Watch you tube if you are interested in the diversity of opinion.

            I laugh because I have always felt that Man does not have a clue about much of anything. It is the number one reason why we should not be messing with stuff that we should just leave alone. Playing God is not for the faint of heart.

            In the meantime, have faith in something besides your fellow man, otherwise you may be sorely disappointed. Yes, there is something out there that is much, much, much bigger than us. Name it what you will. It named itself, Yahweh, I AM.

          • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 8:44 pm #

            Thanks, John.

          • jackrabbit January 21, 2024 at 12:02 am #

            Uh, RD, hate to break it to you, there is no god. And the evidence for evolution is overwhelming.

          • benr January 21, 2024 at 8:20 am #


            Henry ford ran his first vehicles on BioDiesel aka hempseed oil.
            We can grow hemp easily and cheaply.
            The seed can be grown for food and oil and the hemp can be used to make fuel, clothes and rope.
            Switchgrass is also very easily turned into fuel.
            There were kits sold to make fuel at home from garbage.
            Both methane and Ethanol.
            I suspect big oil bought the companies and tombstoned them as I can no longer find then companies or the products.

          • Night Owl January 21, 2024 at 6:10 pm #

            Yes, Ben, there are many options to explore in terms of diversification.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 21, 2024 at 6:49 pm #

            All these energy “options” have been explored for half a decade now. None have traction. The reasons are thermodynamic, economic and practical.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 21, 2024 at 6:51 pm #

            Half a century, not decade.

    • Mike Sherman January 21, 2024 at 7:35 pm #

      You quote an article that attributes this fantasy to ‘outgrassing’?

  39. messianicdruid January 20, 2024 at 10:17 am #

    The Frog – Aristophanes

    [ the leader of the chorus steps forward and addresses the audience ]

    We chorus folks two privileges prize:
    To amuse you, citizens, and to advise.
    So, mid the fun that marks this sacred day,
    We’ll put on serious looks, and say our say…

    But if we strut and put on airs
    While Athens, founders in a sea of cares,
    In days to come, when history is penned,
    They’ll say we must have gone clean round the bend…

    I’ll tell you what I think about the way
    This city treats her soundest men today:
    By coincidence more sad than funny,
    It’s very like the way we treat our money.
    The noble silver drachma, that of old
    We were so proud of, and recent gold,
    Coins that rang true, clean-stamped and worth their weight
    Throughout the world, have ceased to circulate.

    Instead, the purses of Athenian shoppers
    Are full of shoddy silver-plated coppers.
    Just so, when men are needed by the nation,
    The best have been withdrawn from circulation.
    Men of good birth and breeding, men of parts,
    Well schooled in wrestling and in gentler arts,
    These we abuse, and trust instead to knaves,
    Newcomers, aliens, copper-plated slaves,
    All rascals – honestly, what men to choose!

    There was a time when you’d have scorned to use
    Men so debased, so far beyond the pale,
    Even as scapegoats to be dragged from jail
    And flogged to death outside the city gate.
    My foolish friends, change now, it’s not too late!
    Try the good ones again; if they succeed,
    You will have proved that you have sense indeed.

    ~ translation by David Barrett

    • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 1:30 pm #

      Late stage Athens was also full of non-Greek workers, many from the Levant. So at the height of its Renaissance, the seeds of decay had already sprouted and were springing up.

      Fake money too? Of course!

      • messianicdruid January 20, 2024 at 3:30 pm #

        Many echos. Danny Hodge [ Well schooled in wrestling and in gentler arts, ] should have been a Statesman.

  40. Why_weren't_we_asked_about_Degrowth January 20, 2024 at 1:01 pm #

    Brilliant summary of the lavish meetup of our unelected overclass Jim. How would humanity carry on without their charitable wisdom.

    We bicker tirelessly about overthrowing our government gone off the rails, but as you point out it is the NGOs, suppurted by these billionaires that undermine our countries. Hungarians are the only people to ban NGOs, but they are punished and persecuted for it. I’m saddened to hear that the Conservative government of Poland was overthrowin and Serbians have recently been forced to accept the beloved transgender policies of the West.

    Dear readers may enjoy Pepe Escobar’s summary of Emmanuel Todd’s new book on the defeat of the West, especially our many religious types. Todd’s reasons for the death of the West tie back to the decline of Western Protestantism. A religion that gave us universal literacy, a moral contract and a work ethic that propelled the success of Capitalism.

    This really hit me this week, when I listened to the election tweets from MSNBC, blaming Trump’s triumph in Iowa on too many White Christians.

    There is no doubt in my mind that there is a concerted effort to destroy the West. Pepe’s review is on Zero Hedge or look for it directly on the evil disinformation site known as Sputnik.

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    • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 3:11 pm #

      Right now, a huge test is underway about conservative non-socialistic governance. The newly elected president of Argentina was selected as an austerity measure to try to slow the downward spiral that inflation was causing.

      The test will come quickly when the gimmes will face up to the fact that austerity programs means that handouts will slow and they will have to “get a job”.

      My prediction? Presidential ouster fairly soon.

    • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 3:16 pm #

      Our media, with MSNBC in the lead have lost their collective minds. For people with work ethics that believe that people have to take care of themselves, this seems like a nightmare.

      Collapse will occur when the number of people with the 20th century work ethic cannot produce enough to support the gimmes. When the proportion between haves and have-nots gets too small, then TSHTF. IMHO, I will see this before I die.

      • Why_weren't_we_asked_about_Degrowth January 20, 2024 at 7:22 pm #

        I surely think we will see the this soft generation, you describe, lose 500 years of Western Culture. They’ll be told its demise was a great triumph over Colonialism, Racism and above all else the horrors of a meritocracy.

        • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 8:21 pm #

          Maybe so, but maybe the old guys will come roaring through this Fourth Turning and reset the world. Is war inevitable?

          Trump had it right. Just do a face to face with the troublemakers, let them know you have the wherewithal to put them in the Stone Age and just walk away.

          Biden is destroying the legitimate cop of the world. Us, and turned us into a paper tiger.

          AND this world needs a cop with a big stick.

          Can China fulfill this role? Not with the cast of characters there.

          British folks probably had the same thoughts before the world wars.

          A big joke!!! The successor for the cop position is the UN, or even the WEF.

      • jackrabbit January 21, 2024 at 12:03 am #

        You’re such a drama queen AZ.

  41. elysianfield January 20, 2024 at 1:05 pm #

    Well, ladies and germs;

    Who did not see this coming?


    How many empty rooms do you have in your home, Kukak?

    …Its…its to save the children….

    • elysianfield January 20, 2024 at 1:06 pm #


      • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 1:33 pm #

        The West is just Kukla, Fran, and Ollie now.

        Mr Rogers occasionally outraged his producers and crew with a conservative statement. They would sit him down and teach him. He would comply and try to do better.

        • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 5:55 pm #

          That gay black guy on the show stayed closeted until Fred died, because he said Fred would not have approved. Amazing how far all stripes of protestants have fallen.

    • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 1:32 pm #

      But what about the whales, manatees and turtles, who’ll save them? If Blackbird is busy, I mean.

      • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 1:57 pm #

        Manatees are thought to have been the real mermaids. To men without women, they looked real good…..

        Vladimir Putin, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Tom Brady, Kanye West: All alpha males in some sense. And all divorced by their wives. The women you admire so much advance by the means of the “other” – men in other words. If a man is no longer a suitable vehicle, he is abandoned. What else would they do? Sometimes with nary a backwards look or affectionate thought. They come up with many reasons and work themselves up so as to justify it in most case – both to themselves and others. But they may just be bored. He’s holding them back – from something!

        Poor Sir Paul was grifted out of about half his estate by a winsome one legged social climber after a year or two of service. The grifter was outraged by these accusations. She actually went on social media and proclaimed to McCartney, You know it wasn’t like that. You have to defend my honor.

        Does this make sense to you? Do you think he should have defended “her honor”?

        • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 3:06 pm #

          I would add that in the past, the roles of men and women were complementary and families worked together to “get the job done.

          Today, there are no roles. Women have destroyed their role of wife and mother as the model for society. In today’s generations, children are a burden, cooking is a burden, every wifely thing seems to be demeaning to today’s women. So, from the onset, marriages have two strikes against them, the husband and wife growing in different directions until one or the other looks for something better. Divorce is rampant, why?
          It is an escape for unhappy people. The problem is that it does not fix anything.

          • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 3:45 pm #

            Gents – here’s what I teach my sons, 19 & 20.

            Happiness & contentment come from the inside out. Bake your own cake so you never go hungry. Women (cars, money, material things) are like icing on your cake, they make your life sweeter, no doubt.

            But without them, you’ll be just fine – you’ll never go hungry. The problem is, with both men and women alike, they’re always looking for someone or something else to bake their cake. IOW, dependent upon someone or something external to make them happy – always hungry.

            We weren’t necessarily created to go through life by twos. Why is that a fixation? Why is that a must? Don’t get me wrong, I love the feminine icing. Sweet, but I will never go hungry.

          • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 8:28 pm #

            Hey Ron.

            Until we have a substitute baby factory, we better be pretty nice to the icing.

            BOTH are needed, each in its own identity.

            Think God the creator is unity, neither male nor female. For creation to occur here, it takes two to tango. The world requires both sexes to continue beyond one generation.

            You may have created an image of the opposite sex for your sons that will prevent their discovering the most blessed part of life, the union of a man and a woman.

          • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 9:25 pm #

            Good advice. But notice he doesn’t answer my question. He doesn’t want to decrease his chances to mate with the cyber women here by affirming the truth I stated. These guys are incorrigible. Clever he is!

          • Ron Anselmo January 21, 2024 at 12:54 am #

            John – They understand the *union* of a man and a woman is codependent – as it needs to be, but the healthiest *relationships* are co-independent, where a man and a woman choose to be together – by choice, not out of need.

            How many people do you know that have a co-independent marriage? Of the hundreds and hundreds, I know, I can think of two – all the rest are a mess to one degree or another – it’s called codependency – not healthy.

            For my sons – be independent first and foremost – co-independent if they want. A dependent woman is hardly the most blessed part of life.

            Janos – you’re becoming a cockblock – decreasing my chances of mating with the cyber women here. Is that even possible?

        • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 8:13 pm #

          “Manatees are thought to have been the real mermaids.”

          “Everybody” says this, but is it true? Have you ever seen a manatee? Any sailor, no matter how long he has been at sea, is going to be laughed off the boat – and possibly keelhauled – if he leans over the gunwales at the sight of a manatee, and starts yelling, “Goddamn boys, ain’t she hot!”

          Manatees are bald, have rough gray skin covered with algae, and no boobs. Compare that to the Chicken of the Sea mermaid (gotta admit, she is definitely worth jumping overboard for). Not the slightest similarity.

          A mermaid is just another therianthrope, like centaurs, fauns, and those bird- and jackel-headed critters.

          You have obviously never watched my educational video, Manatee, Brutal Savage of the Deep.

          On the other hand, manatees are very curious and friendly animals. During a seagrass survey several years ago, a manatee fell in love with one of the guys on my crew. It would not leave him alone. In the end, we had to have him move away from the rest of us, taking the infatuated manatee with him, so that the rest of us could get on the boat and take off. As we passed by, we tossed him a life ring on a line and towed him away from his suitress.

          People are always making up ridiculous explanations: “Fornication Under Consent of the King”, “Pluck yew” (Agincourt, fingers cut off…). Jumpin’ gosh darn Jesus.

          So Jars, if you detest disinformation – as I do – you will stop spreading this nonsense about mermaids being derived from the fevered imagination of horny sailors.

      • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 7:49 pm #

        While I appreciate your confidence Ron, due to my current exile, far from my home the Sea, the best I can do is send telepathic messages of “support”.

        That said, I expect a major decrease in the human population in the near future which should help at the species level, although it is probably too late for many populations.

        • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 8:00 pm #


          In terms of your love of the ocean, in the words of Merle Haggard, I hope someone is there to “sing you back home” before you die. I’m precisely the opposite. I tell my wife all the time that I hope I never have to see the ocean again. I’m much more at home in a holler, up creek, on a river, with a paddle in my hand, looking for a stand of cedars to set up camp.

          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 8:30 pm #

            Turning my back on the Sea was the worst mistake of my life. Possibly fatal. Like a beached dolphin, or a sea turtle on its back. But it seemed necessary at the time due to the clusterfuck I saw approaching.

            I had previously planned to survive the coming clusterfuck. Not anymore. I had expected a chaotic breakdown of society, not the controlled demolition I now see coming.

            But I’m not gonna die up here in this frozen wasteland if I can help it. Got a 25′ sailboat in need of (more than) a little TLC, and two anemic little SUVs I plan to trade in for a truck capable of towing the boat to Florida. Just a matter of accumulating the necessary cash to patch things up during the time left to do such things.

            Oh to feel the salt drying in my ears again…

          • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 8:34 pm #

            You’re correct about the controlled demolition. I think the last century-plus has been an on-going, controlled demolition.

            Where will you go on your boat?

          • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 8:44 pm #

            “Call me Ishmael. Some years ago – never mind how long precisely – having little or no money in my purse, and nothing particular to interest me on shore, I thought I would sail about a little and see the watery part of the world. It is a way I have of driving off the spleen, and regulating the circulation. Whenever I find myself growing grim about the mouth; whenever it is a damp, drizzly November in my soul; whenever I find myself involuntarily pausing before coffin warehouses, and bringing up the rear of every funeral I meet; and especially whenever my hypos get such an upper hand of me, that it requires a strong moral principle to prevent me from deliberately stepping into the street, and methodically knocking people’s hats off – then, I account it high time to get to sea as soon as I can. This is my substitute for pistol and ball. With a philosophical flourish Cato throws himself upon his sword; I quietly take to the ship.”

          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 8:45 pm #

            Where will I go? Beats me. Depends on how fucked up things are by the time I can get the boat patched up and dragged down to Florida.

            If things aren’t too crazy, maybe I’ll moor it off Key West – or one of the other keys, too many gays and naked old people in Key West – and get a job flipping burgers.

            If things are too crazy, maybe I’ll fish for mahi and “borrow” mangoes until I get droned.

            Or maybe I’ll flee to Cuba – friendliest place I’ve ever been. Cuba has already been beaten down, they don’t have as far to fall as we do.

          • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 8:50 pm #

            I’ve heard that about Cuba. Maybe if the Cubans could just get on board with the program, they could have 40-story condos ringing the entirety of their beautiful coastline, too. If only they would modernize, they could have thousands of acres of EV charging stations and solar panels.

          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 8:59 pm #

            RD, yup.

            I started reading Moby Dick nigh upon 16 years ago during a month-long shipboard video seafloor survey off the New Jersey coast.

            Started reading… Sitting in my bunk, trying to read while weathering the swells of March and April caused me to veer dangerously close to sea sickness. I’ve only been seasick once – it caused me to give up smoking. That was 25 years ago (12/19/98) and I’ve never bought another pack.

            Something I had never realized about Moby Dick, until I started reading it, is the humor in the telling of the story. That book will definitely be in my library (along with the intimidating Magister Ludi, the heart-breaking East of Eden, and the mind-bending Steppenwolf) if I get to make my sunset cruise.

          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 9:02 pm #

            Cubans have learned to get by with little, and make what little they have last. I respect that. Plus the reefs are in great shape, thanks to the fall of the Soviet Union and the resultant loss of chemical fertilizer.

          • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 9:22 pm #

            Why not just sail the Great Lakes out thru the St Laurence and then down the coast to warmer waters?

            You could keep a Manatee Mistress in a large tank.

          • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 9:45 pm #

            Moby Dick is not my favorite novel, though I do count it as one of the most important tomes in the Western canon. That opening paragraph, however, is something that has stuck with me for over three decades, since I first read it. Amazing.

            Make sure to take along some Wister. The Virginian and lady Baltimore. I promote those two, any time I have the chance.

          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 9:57 pm #

            Jars, the St. Lawrence route is too long, has too many locks (hard to negotiate locks by yourself), too much large ship traffic in too small a space, and I’d have to leave my truck behind. I want to keep as many options open as long as possible.

            I’m just not attracted to manatees. I know, maybe I set my sights too high. They’re fun to goof around with – ever get bulldozed by a manatee? It’s hilarious. You’ll laugh the regulator out of your mouth as you roll over its back.

            Even a real mermaid is a one-night stand at best, not really suitable for a long-term relationship. Those scales chafe. Don’t ask me how I know…

          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 10:00 pm #

            RD, never heard of Wister. I’ll be leaving too may books behind as it is. But if you come aboard to trade me mangos for some mahi, and happen to leave one of your bodice rippers behind, well, I’ll probably read it.

          • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 10:04 pm #

            The Virginian is the most important “Western” novel and Lady Baltimore is the most important “American” novel. Incredible coming from an author more known for newspaper articles and non-fiction books.

          • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 10:10 pm #


            As I said, I hope to never see the ocean again. Hopefully, I’ll die in a holler in Appalachia, not too many years from now. But, I hope that you realize your dream, and live to sail the open ocean again. Grab those two books if you can find them. A couple bucks in paperback.

          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 10:33 pm #

            Ok RD, ya got my attention.

            But more important than East of Eden? I have never been so obsessed with a story as I was with that one. I was working 3 jobs at the time and all I could think about was getting back to my basement hovel and reading another chapter.

            Tied with Steppenwolf for my favorite book. I read Steppenwolf straight through while tripping on acid one night. I was the Steppenwolf. Still am.

          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 10:44 pm #

            I like Appalachia. Spruce Knob, Clingman’s Dome, Cade’s Cove, Cumberland Gap…

            Flew up to Smoky Mountain National Park in October of ’03, rented a Mustang, and took those hairpin curves on two wheels. Climbed up a waterfall, stepping-stoned across the top, climbed down the other side, went behind the falling water, shooting video the whole way. Laid in my mosquito hammock at night, listening to a bear rummage around the camp ground. Awesome place.

            When I was 9 I wanted to live in Smoky Junction, TN, be a super successful NASCAR driver, and use my winnings to build a spaceship.

          • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 10:56 pm #

            God’s creations are beautiful. The most beautiful beach I ever visited was in northern Maine. There was no sand, only black, jagged rock. It was cold and foggy, and you could see the yellow glow of a light house in the distance. It was a misty 50 degree day and we hopped from rock to rock watching the sea spray off the rugged shore. I can do with that kind of ocean. What I don’t like is some sweltering mess of sand and direct sun, with ten million morons elbowing each other for the best spot. I once saw a picture of Hilton Head Island before it was “improved.” The jungle went right up to the shore line. That would be fine with me.

          • Blackbird January 21, 2024 at 12:04 am #

            I enjoy those jagged rocky beaches too. Waves crashing against the rocks. The drama of nature.

            But I also appreciate the blistering hot, sandy beaches. Like a lizard, I need the heat of the Sun to regulate my body temperature. I like to absorb the heat of the day and feel it radiating off my skin at night.

            Sea turtles nest on sandy beaches. Magical creatures from the distant past. I’ve had the good fortune to work with them intimately.

            Forests, jungles, mountains, deserts, rivers, lakes, coral reefs, tidal pools, seagrass beds pumping out so much oxygen that the water looks like 7-Up.

            And all the forms of life native to each environment. Perfectly adapted to their particular niche.

            Water is particularly fascinating to me. The power and beauty of waves. Vortices spinning rocks below the surface that no one else notices.

            Nature is my cathedral. It’s where I’m closest to God.

        • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 8:39 pm #

          Well, do you think that collective man is suicidal? Or just too stupid to realize what is happening?

          Psycho, for sure.

          In a book I read, the wording said that the moment the Bomb dropped, feminism died.

          How many women would be in charge if JHK’s vision of a localized agrarian future comes to pass. How many farms would be headed up by women? Remember, no machines to plow, till or harvest, all manual labor.

          My guess, very few female volunteers.

        • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2024 at 5:12 am #

          Owen Wister was friends with TR. I happened upon Wister’s house one time near S Kingston, RI, really just a cottage. I think he died in 1938.

          “Smile when you call me that”-from ‘The Virginian’.

    • BackRowHeckler January 20, 2024 at 5:23 pm #

      Just think how many of these honored refugees you could cram into your compound in Oregon, Ely.

      I hereby submit your name to the Welcome Council; expect the first shipment of 1000 Haitian `migrants` any day.

      • elysianfield January 20, 2024 at 5:38 pm #

        I am in a position to politely refuse.

  42. elysianfield January 20, 2024 at 1:16 pm #

    Gilberto Hinojosa…a brother from another mother?


  43. Jarek January 20, 2024 at 2:08 pm #

    The “Ask For Angela” initiative. Something to be aware of.
    “Ask for Angela” is an initiative that people who are in danger in the sense of kidnapped, trafficked, being abused, and need help in a public place can use to alert others that they need help/protection/police. But it only works if people are aware of this social code word.

    With the civilizational collapse, the instances of kidnapping are going to skyrocket. We need to know about this not just so we can render assistance, but because kidnapping is something that conceivably could happen to women and youngsters of any socioeconomic status. Imagine the worst third-world shithole criminal dynamics and realize that is the goal of the Cloward-Piven plan that we’re watching unfold in real time.

    If you think kidnapping is something that only happens in third world countries, well, my dear, YOU NOW LIVE IN A THIRD WORLD COUNTRY.

    So if you’re in a grocery store, chain store, restaurant, gas station, beauty shop, department store, church – any public place- and you hear someone “asking for Angela”… step up.

    Jarek: I’ve never heard of this before. Is it new? Anyone?

    Yes, Cloward-Piven, a particularly vicious form of it. Masses of military aged men or in some cases, actual fighting men, be it Hispanic gangs, Sunni Jihadis, Red Army, or Hezbollah.

    And the Angels are the reapers. Start visualizing them with golden scythes, infinitely sharp, an edge of no edge. They’re faces grim and like flint, their eyes glaring laser beams of wrath. U2, ani.

    • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 2:09 pm #

      From Barnhardt

      • messianicdruid January 20, 2024 at 3:39 pm #

        How to make the likely targets qualify for a T-shirt like mine, “IM HARD TO KIDNAP”?

      • BackRowHeckler January 20, 2024 at 4:38 pm #

        Another indication of 3rd World Sh#thole Dynamics playing out in the USA is the case of ‘Squatters.’ Its a relatively recent phenomena around these parts ( New England) as far as I know. I heard a story just yesterday — from a friend of a friend in a nearby town — an elderly lady was provided a caretaker by the State of Ct who showed up at her house each day. It’s a program we have to keep old people in their own homes for as long as possible, and out of retirement homes. Finally the woman had to go to a retirement home. The caretaker, who is a Nigerian immediately moved into the empty house … with about a dozen other Nigerians, a sh#tload of Africans packed into this suburban house who won’t leave, in fact claim the house was given to them. The police claim they can’t evict these squatters so now the family has to hire a lawyer and go thru the courts. Meanwhile, the place is being trashed.

        • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 7:16 pm #

          Ain’t diversity grand?

    • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 2:57 pm #

      The penchant for violence increases with Third worldness. For example, Muslims and their attitudes about the relations between the sexes is VERY different than the West’s. So, son of a gun, we have all kinds of problems when you import cultures with very different mores and folkways.

      You have seen nothing yet in the USA and Europe. The scenes from the cities are just going to get worse as more diverse groups try to co-exist. Because they won’t. It really does not help when you have people like Soros who are trying to fan the flames of division and strife.

      I think you are right, as more “Dark” folks move in on the US and Europe, the situation is going to get worse. Our PTB are going to condemn us to a world of fear to preserve their power.

      • Jarek January 20, 2024 at 3:06 pm #

        Have you ever heard about Ask Angela before? It’s a good idea. Go look for Angela and discretely call the cops and get the license plate as they leave.

        Not a common female name anymore because that would be the fly in the ointment.

      • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 5:52 pm #

        The silver lining is the attitude of those peoples towards fags and trannies. Comeuppance? Just desserts?

      • BackRowHeckler January 20, 2024 at 7:22 pm #

        Uh oh, shootout at an EV charging station in East Hartford. It was only a matter of time before this happened. One proud Tesla owner apparently felt that another proud Tesla owner was taking a little too long on the charger; words were exchanged, semi autos were drawn, shots were squeezed off. Strangely enough, nobody was hit, but one Tesla took 8 rounds, the other 6 rounds. Both cars were rendered inoperable.

        • gustafson.robert.22 January 21, 2024 at 8:25 am #


          • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2024 at 11:57 am #

            Yes, and the thing is about Teslas, any kind of minor damage & they have to be junked, which is why they are so costly to insure. With an EV, there is no such thing as a fender bender. A fender bender causes catastrophic damage as the battery & electronics are destabilized & fire can ensue.

        • malthuss January 21, 2024 at 7:22 pm #

          Black shooter?

      • BackRowHeckler January 20, 2024 at 8:14 pm #

        The words were “hurry the f#kk up, mthrf#kr” then it went south from there.

        Meanwhile, in St. Paul, Minn., at a local HS, what the NYPost describes as a massive “Race based brawl” breaks out, closing city schools. Reading the headlines I asked myself “Is Whitey finally making a stand?” The answer is no, as the combatants were Somalis vs African Americans. Hundreds of young scholars were involved, and parents jumped into the fray as well.

        • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 8:22 pm #

          Wouldn’t it be ironic if there were some future Rhodes Scholars in the fray?

          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 9:08 pm #

            Dey aw be Roads Collars muvvafukka, shiii…

          • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 9:30 pm #

            Bird – think about mooring up here in St. Augustine/Anastasia Island. If you haven’t been here, check it out.

            Add to your reading list/library, Lila: An Inquiry into Morals, by Robert Pirsig (the sequel to Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance).

            It chronicles his sailboat trip from the Hudson in NY, down the intracoastal to Key West. You’d probably like it.

            Didn’t know you were really a marine biologist, or close, my Geoge Costanza joke was entirely in jest.

            Seriously, consider STA – it’s still magical here, until it won’t be, but that’s the same everywhere.

          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 10:14 pm #

            I tried Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance but just couldn’t get through it. But the other book sounds interesting.

            George Costanza and I have too many disturbing parallels. I’m a little bit cooler (I think…) but he’s much more successful.

            After “borrowing” underwater communications gear from FWC, I made up a rule that all involved needed to have 2 syllable handles. And if you chose one that was too cool, I’d fix it for ya. (Cracka, Corndog, Ballast…)

            I chose “T-Bone” for myself, in honor of my role model George Costanza. But, once on the seafloor doing my comm check, I couldn’t remember my handle. I pounded my head on the sand – to no avail. I finally called out, “Backside (surface support had chosen “Topside” – I fixed it for him) this is… ‘Meatloaf’!”

            I carried that handle to my next job. I can take a joke – even if it’s me.

            I’d like to check out St. Augustine. Got mangos?

            And by the way, next time you see Rulo, tell him to quit being a stranger.

          • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 10:37 pm #

            Lila flows a little better – not so much of a struggle. More of a pleasure read than a grind, but interesting and provides a lot of historical facts as he travels south.

            We’re a few degrees latitude above mangos here. I grew up in sunny South Florida and they were plentiful in season – so many, you couldn’t eat them all.

            They’ll get here though – as the temperatures creep. Already, sea grape, mangroves and snook flourish – not too many years ago, none were here.

            Rulo’s probably been reading, but maybe too busy to post. His farm will have temps in the mid-20’s tonight and tomorrow night, so I’m sure he’s been busy keeping the greenhouses heated, and their irrigation pipes from freezing.

            He has an amazing farm, a beautiful wife, and his daughter has recently moved to the farm, so he’s just been busy. I’ll pass along your regards, or if he is lurking, maybe he’ll chime in.

          • Ron Anselmo January 20, 2024 at 10:43 pm #

            If you have any interest in history – STA oozes history – the oldest continually occupied city in North America – keepin’ it real, since 1565. It really is an amazing place. You sound well-travelled, but you have to put STA on your list – you’ll be glad you did.

          • Blackbird January 20, 2024 at 10:56 pm #

            That’s what appeals to me about St. Augustine – though I’ve never made it there – the history. I can’t get enough history.

            How about mamey? Probably too far north for that too, huh?

            Ever been to Robert is Here, super cool fruit stand – with great milkshakes – at the west end of Florida City on the way to Everglades National Park? Get the mamey shake. You’re welcome!

          • Ron Anselmo January 21, 2024 at 12:15 am #

            Yep, too far north for mamey too. Haven’t been to Robert is Here, but it may be after my time in South Florida.

            Started fishing at about 3 years old, so near 60 years, and can’t count the number of redfish & snook caught down in Flamingo & Chokoloskee, back in the old days.

            Here FWC tells me 1 per day, and snook slot is 28″-32″ – so like winning the lottery. Redfish a little more forgiving with a 18″-27″ slot. I’m 100% for fisheries conservation, but I think populations are down due to environmental causes vs. recreational overfishing – although, you probably know better than I do.

            Family was in Ft. Lauderdale from the late ’30’s, but I never go back, and don’t care to, it’s ruined. Won’t even go back for weddings and such, only funerals, out of respect.

            The saving grace for STA has been their height restrictions. Maximum 35 feet, so minimal ROI for developers. Jacksonville to the north or Daytona to the south – they can get 100 units on the same size parcel that they can only get 10 units on here.

            The history here, never ends, it would take years to soak it all in. The Colonial Downtown proper and the surrounding areas – honestly, you can feel the history – it’s that rich.

            Make us a waypoint in your travels – we have plenty of room, and my younger brother – a doctor by trade – is a serious hobbyist sailor and dabbling boat-builder.

          • Blackbird January 21, 2024 at 11:46 am #

            Ron, you are right on target regarding the causes of the decline of fish populations, especially recreational species. Unfortunately, when it comes to habitat improvement, the justification most likely to secure grant money is that the project will be profitable for the economy.

            Artificial reefs are a good example. Every year the state of Florida gives out hundreds of thousands of dollars for artificial reef construction. One of the selling points is that artificial reefs “relieve fishing pressure on natural reefs”. Why do they do that? Because artificial reefs, by providing otherwise non-existent high-profile structure attract recreational species (snapper and grouper) from nearby natural reefs. The density of these species on artificial reefs is 5 to 10 times higher than on natural reefs. Fishermen fish the artificial reefs because it is easier to catch snapper and grouper there.

            Go to any Florida Artificial Reef Symposium, and you will hear presentation after presentation basically claiming, “we created fish!” by dumping garbage (wrecked ships, appliances, piles of rock) into the ocean. Spontaneous generation really works! In the ocean anyway.

            My master’s thesis was a critique of Palm Beach County’s artificial reef program – as well as suggestions for the productive construction of artificial reefs, if you just can’t stop yourself from building them. Very unpopular with the bureaucrats.

            I like St. Augustine’s height restrictions. Martin County was my favorite place in Florida. They resisted the out-of-control development that paved over places like St. Lucie County. I lived in Hobe Sound for years before relocating to Qatar. Small, quiet, residential neighborhoods. The Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge is 6 miles of undeveloped beach and dune. I did a lot of photosynthesizing there.

            Any place south of Juno Beach and north of the Keys – forget it.

            I’ll be eligible for Social Security at the end of the year. If both SS and I are still viable at that time, that is when the window for my new incarnation as a pirate opens. If I manage to sail through that window, I’ll have to make a regular circuit of sailing between your place and Rulo’s, stopping in the Keys for a few weeks to flip burgers and do some diving. That’s the dream anyway.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 21, 2024 at 12:14 pm #

            We just spent a couple days in St.Augustine area and loved it.

          • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2024 at 12:16 pm #

            French Huguenots set up a colony where. St. Augustine is now, calling it Ft. Caroline. In 1565 the Spanish showed up and wiped out the entire settlement, establishing St. Augustine.

            Spanish didn’t f##k around back then. I hear people slandering English colonists at Jamestown & Plymouth, Spanish knew about them and wanted to liquidate those colonies too … Spanish considered the entire North American coast their territory and it would have went a lot worse for the indians if they had claimed their prerogative & managed to keep the English out. Conquistadors were brutal.

          • Ron Anselmo January 22, 2024 at 1:04 pm #

            Bird – Hobe Sound to Qatar? That was a leap. Professionally related is my guess.

            Thanks and thanks again for the education on artificial reefs – very interesting. I spent a lot of time free-diving the reefs of South Florida and Bimini, as a kid and teenager.

            “Any place south of Juno Beach and north of the Keys – forget it.” ~ Blackbird

            Any place south of Juno Beach – forget it. FIFY, just my opinion.

            “I’ll be eligible for Social Security at the end of the year. If both SS and I are still viable at that time, that is when the window for my new incarnation as a pirate opens. If I manage to sail through that window, I’ll have to make a regular circuit of sailing between your place and Rulo’s, stopping in the Keys for a few weeks to flip burgers and do some diving. That’s the dream anyway.” ~ Blackbird

            OK you future swashbuckler! Here’s the real news. I may have to rescind the offer of accommodations with us in STA!

            My beautiful, mermaid-like wife is a Certified Rescue Diver. Her greatest love in the world is scuba-diving (which I don’t do, as a free-diver and not much of that anymore either).

            I have only agreed to be topside for some of these dives, if I can shark fish while waiting – no luck yet.

            She has dived anywhere you can name in the Carribean, the Hawaiian Islands, Fiji, and her latest dive last summer in Wakatobi, Indonesia. Some of her underwater photography has been published.

            Soooo, I could see you swooping in like Errol Flynn, sweeping her off her feet, and you two grabbing your gear and sailing off into the sunset, to dive the four corners of the world and live happily ever after.

            Just kidding – all the above is true – but the offer still stands of course. It’ll take a little overland travel to Rulo’s, but I’m thinking we could work that into some kind of a circuit, subject to his agreement of course.

            He’s more interesting than you imagine – a real Rennaissance man – gracious, bright, witty, an excellent writer, well-read, can converse intelligently on any subject – but simple, a proud and unpretentious father and farmer, salt-of-the-earth – I consider him a valuable friend. Hope he feels the same.

        • JohnAZ January 20, 2024 at 8:47 pm #

          Another huge success for Leftist diversity.

          It has just started. Peace is maintained by keeping ethnicities separated, not by bringing them together.

          The result of all diversity is the survival of the strongest and elimination of the rest.

          America was supposed to be a respite from that rule.

          That is why it is failing. You cannot fool Mother Nature.

          • Jarek January 21, 2024 at 1:56 pm #

            America was supposed to be for White Anglo-Saxon Christians and Celts who had assimilated to that. Ben Franklin had the deepest reservations about German immigrants. Catholics? I suppose a few could be tolerated. That’s it.

            Do you think they ever considered Blacks and Indians as potential citizens?

            Were they too narrow? Maybe. The assimilation of other European groups did work – but it was a long, sometimes difficult process. And it’s better to be cautious and fearful than to be foolish and liberal – when it comes to things that you love. But of course the liberals never loved America, but rather only their ideology, be it Capitalism and “cheap labor” or humanistic, “we are the world, we are the children”.

            This change in ideology is good for us. Very good. We just have to insure that Whites have equal rights as long as this monstrosity continues.

          • jackrabbit January 21, 2024 at 9:29 pm #

            AZ…let’s remember your Jesus studies now…..WWJD?

        • TruthSeeker1986 January 20, 2024 at 11:02 pm #

          That’s because Blacks in America are hated by the Blacks from Africa. And the Blacks in America don’t really give a fuck about their asses either. Blacks just pretend to love and care about each other only when it’s convenient. There’s going to be a whole lot more of that in America once whites truly do become the minority.

  44. RD3 January 20, 2024 at 5:51 pm #

    To me, that looks like the face of a self-loathing race traitor, or any woman who attended Wellesley College.

    • TruthSeeker1986 January 20, 2024 at 10:58 pm #

      I believe I once saw Georgina Molini in a photo standing right beside her with a big ass grin on her face.

      • RD3 January 20, 2024 at 11:04 pm #

        The French, Italians, Germans, etc. are doomed unless/until they adopt traditional Christian attitudes towards sex and marriage. What is the benefit of electing a “right-wing” babe if she lives a disordered life?

    • jackrabbit January 21, 2024 at 9:28 pm #

      Oh Retarded Dumbass cubed, you’re just mad because she’s smarter than you.

  45. BULLITT January 20, 2024 at 10:13 pm #

    Just read on The Gateway Pundit that a college professor just showed a Democrat judge in Georgia that the Dominion Voting Machine can be “HACKED” with a pen!
    His report has been sand bagged by Georgia officials for two years.
    Maybe TRUMP did win 2020.
    Maybe I wouldn’t be stuck with Joe Biden and John Fetterman in Pennsylvania.
    Maybe we have an illegitimate government taking our tax dollars while we worry about the NFL and the AFL.

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    • jackrabbit January 21, 2024 at 12:07 am #

      He didn’t win but if it works for your demented mind….

      • benr January 21, 2024 at 8:09 am #

        You can’t prove he lost either.

        A country that refuses to look into election fraud is no longer a country.
        There were hundreds of people willing to go on sworn record for having directly seen voting irregularities and nothing was done.

        Simply because you want to click your heels and wish that everything was on the up and up does not make it so.
        In fact, it only makes things more divisive and that much uglier when the next round of Democrat election fraud begins, and we know they will cheat again they are even more unpopular now than ever.
        People like you are disgusting.

        • JohnAZ January 21, 2024 at 10:35 am #

          People like him will never allow a true accounting or election reform, ie paper ballots. Again, the problem becomes when the people running the election, and the government control everything. A true election becomes impossible.

          Except when Trump wins and really doesn’t, then we will have recounts and anything else we can think of.

          This country is not the Constitutional USA any longer. It is the Uniparty States of America. Today the House sent the Deep State approved stop gap budget, of course without anything involving the border.

          Is jackrabbit an AI robot, all it does is throw out insults offering no counter arguments or positions at all. Its hate of Trump borders on psychosis.

          Trump has to win by at least five percent in the important states to overcome the “bias” of the election systems.

          BTW, watching Fox this AM showing that the Davos crowd is putting plans into play to beat Trump or at least neuter his economic changes he is threatening. Do I smell the stink of Soros pervading the air?

          War is declared, it is up to the Constitutionalists of America to offset the slime in Davos.

          And BTW agin, what should be done with the Davos reps from the US that are literally traitors to this country? Put Kerry at the top of the list. Maybe he can find a new home in Iran.

          • Blackbird January 21, 2024 at 1:03 pm #

            “…all it does is throw out insults offering no counter arguments…”

            That’s what trolls do. They should be ignored and starved out of existence.

            Don’t attempt to change their soiled diapers by engaging them, they thrive on the attention. Let them squish around in their excrement in the corner by themselves.

          • edpell January 21, 2024 at 9:24 pm #

            The penalty for treason is clear, death. Fair chance they assassinate Trump.

          • benr January 22, 2024 at 8:17 am #

            @ed pell

            I was shown a recent post from Alex Soros with hidden meaning according to the poster showing 47 dollars, a bullet hole in a window and some other assorted tidbits the poster claimed added up to exactly that message.

        • jackrabbit January 21, 2024 at 6:11 pm #

          A country that refuses….blah, blah, blah…we have investigated it ad nauseum and the results are always the same genius. Cyber Ninjas anyone? lmao.

          • benr January 21, 2024 at 8:39 pm #

            Wrong on all counts doofus.

  46. elysianfield January 21, 2024 at 12:22 am #


    Black National Anthem to be played at the Super Bowl.

    I have no issue with this, it can be played even before the National Anthem, if :Dixie” were also to be played in sequence.


    • TruthSeeker1986 January 21, 2024 at 3:08 am #

      Why does it seem like everything in America these days is strictly becoming Black only? And what the hell is a Black National anthem anyway? Not clicking that shit.

    • JohnAZ January 21, 2024 at 10:41 am #

      Boycott, if the station puts the Black Anthem on, a definite traitress act, turn the sound if not the station off during the playing.

      Why not run up an alternate Black flag signifying the hate the Black community feel for the RED, White and Blue?

      Dammit, give them Georgia, or Maryland, New York or Illinois or California and let them go away. Five years later they will be screaming for assistance from China, BRICS, as they will not be able to run their new country.

      Someone send a ticket to Mike and jackrabbit to join them, pls.

  47. Night Owl January 21, 2024 at 4:43 am #

    Jeremy Hunt at the WEF meeting:

    “Yes there will be another Pandemic

    Yes there will be new Vaccines

    Yes you will be forced to take them or lose your freedoms”

    “Know this is being said – and who’s saying it – and understand it is all and only about the seizing and retaining of control by people who are highly motivated but who know and care nothing about people.”


    Imagine how much farther along we’d be in uniting against the greatest threat to mankind in modern history if we didn’t have people shouting about the reality of a fake virus on our side.


    • GreenAlba January 21, 2024 at 7:52 am #

      On the same Twitter thread, I was listening to Neil O’s ‘Hypocrisy with Wings’, and my thought all the way through it was that, 50 years ago, it would have been the left talking like this, before the left switched to sucking up to giant corporations and their government kapos.


      • Night Owl January 21, 2024 at 6:08 pm #

        Yes, GA, it has been quite something to watch the left devolve into whatever it is it has devolved to. I don’t even have words for it.

        I mentioned that years ago that I was a Green party member. I find it somewhat embarassing now, but back then, if someone had told me what the Greens and the rest would be doing today, I don’t think I would have believed it.

        I’ve always been interested in propaganda, learning all about Bernays and co., but I never really understood how it could work on a somewhat educated population until 9/11.

        What has been achived by the criminals over the past 5-6 years simply has me laughing. I have no patience for anyone that can’t see such obvious bullshit.

        Almost makes me want to go full Gus and let them all die.

    • OG January 21, 2024 at 11:43 am #

      If only the whole world was smart like you, eh little girl? Just think where we could be today if only we all understood the virus was fake and immediately ceased incorrectly shouting that it was real!

      Nirvana, no doubt.

      Do we really have “people shouting about the reality of a fake virus” or, rather, are you just trying to drum up interest on your one boring topic yet again with a ridiculous false statement yet again?

      Keeping in mind that I follow the WHO et al much closer than does the average bear, how come I never hear a single person seriously discussing these matters ever whisper (let alone shout) about the reality of the COVID virus?

      You’re a one-trick pony, Zilcher. You’re like Bart Simpson after his meteoric rise to fame as “The ‘I didn’t do it’ Kid” – now old and washed up and sitting in a Hollywood Square.

      I suffered through a week of awful hell and then three more weeks of “will this ever end?” in April ’23. It was something, dipshit. It existed.

      Imagine how much farther along we’d be in uniting against the greatest threat to mankind in modern history if Zilcher were not such a dweeb.

      • OG January 21, 2024 at 11:52 am #

        Reminder, little girl:

        You produce the evidence that you have against beantownbill, you get corroboration for your accusations against beantownbill or you recant and apologize to beantownbill and then I will cease and desist kicking the shit out of you here on CFN.

        You set your pride aside and man-up and then we’ll forgive you and treat you like a man again, little girl.

        Until then, I will continue to rip your little brain farts apart like the Kleenex that they are.

        • beantownbill. January 21, 2024 at 1:08 pm #

          Thanks for sticking up for me, OG. Honestly, I don’t need his apology. I suppose I would feel better if I got one, but it’s not exactly high on my list and I think I will never get one anyway.

          • OG January 21, 2024 at 2:15 pm #

            Right is right, Bill, and pride is such an ugly sin. Zilcher would rather lose all credibility as a man than sacrifice his sickly pride. Sad but true.

          • Night Owl January 21, 2024 at 6:20 pm #

            It’s ok Bill, even if your type had succeeded in locking us out of all of the grocery stores in Germany, we still would have found a way.

            It comforts me to know that all of the Covid Nazis, the Good Germans, and those who whould have happily closed the cattle car doors on folks like me and my family can now do nothing about the toxic swill they injected.

            Reap the whirlwind, Bill.

  48. Soul Forensics January 21, 2024 at 4:56 am #

    Ursula Von der Leyen raised 7 kids, and was herself one of 7 siblings.

    An alternate gender version of a classic blues voodoo song — “Seventh Son of a Seventh Son”. Except, in a popular rendering, the seventh son was a mystic, a shaman who could conjure magic for the weak, spiritless, and lame.

    Another inversion then, since this hardened bureaucratic cypher is all talk and no revelation. Unpopular with her own Party, and the military and press, she’s found her natural resting place — as an unelected ghoul.

    • Paddys Lament January 21, 2024 at 12:21 pm #

      As our host says, the only thing she conjures up is lies. She ought to change her last name to “von der Lügnerin.”

      • Night Owl January 21, 2024 at 6:36 pm #

        Von der Lüge.

        • GreenAlba January 21, 2024 at 7:56 pm #

          Indeed, Ursula Fond of Lying.

    • Mike Sherman January 21, 2024 at 7:03 pm #

      She looks like what I would imagine Green Alba to look like.

  49. docmartin January 21, 2024 at 11:01 am #

    I think the comment section should be renamed the piggyback essay section… comments are comments and those of you who wish to write essays get your own website… gimme a break

    • BULLITT January 21, 2024 at 2:33 pm #

      I’m with you Doc!
      In most cases, I don’t read the multiple paragraphs of someone’s term paper.
      Yes, many people are well read on this site however, what most have read is not applied.
      Too many people on this site are with degrees in psychology.
      When we end up with a shithole nation, these folks will be analyzing with multiple paragraphs that say nothing other than the Greeks and Romans had the same problem.
      I know, a strongly worded paragraph will fix things!
      As they say, these people all have a plan until they get punched in the face!

  50. OG January 21, 2024 at 11:03 am #

    If you really found it crazy, you wouldn’t …
    – NO still regularly proving that he’s a chick

    So it’s your contention, NO, that Gus is lying and that you know that he’s lying because he would act differently than he is acting now if he were telling the truth. Is that right?

    NO has a bad case of vagina-envy. I know because if his testicles worked properly, he would not always argue against men exactly like he is a little chick.

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    • Mike Sherman January 21, 2024 at 7:02 pm #

      In actual fact, OG, Night Gnat is what is now termed ‘an ankle’ – by which I mean he’s around three feet lower than a cunt.

  51. elysianfield January 21, 2024 at 12:22 pm #

    The protracted silence from “Q” is unsettling. One can only hope that he was “kicked off the site” for some outrage or another, and not beatified at the right hand of Willie Moscone….

    • beantownbill. January 21, 2024 at 1:15 pm #

      Didn’t he say he was taking a break from posting for a while? Who knows how long that will be? Getting criticized for being who you are has to be discouraging. I miss his comments though. They never bothered me. I just hope he’s alright.

      • elysianfield January 21, 2024 at 1:19 pm #

        As I recall, his last post mentioned the Wife’s illness.

    • OG January 21, 2024 at 2:17 pm #

      And Kesa. CFN is just not the same without her.

      • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2024 at 3:40 pm #

        Q said he was taking some time off to read Jim’s new book.

        • elysianfield January 21, 2024 at 6:34 pm #

          At our ages we should not be buying green bananas.

          • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2024 at 8:36 pm #

            Article in the Daily Mail claims a spot in Oakland near the airport is the most Dangerous Square Mile in N America.

            Your old beat?

  52. messianicdruid January 21, 2024 at 1:30 pm #


    The EU’s top diplomat Josep Borrell on Friday openly accused Israel[is] of having financed the Palestinian militant group Hamas.

    “Hamas was financed by the Israeli government in an attempt to weaken the Palestinian Authority,” Borrell was quoted as saying by Spanish newspaper El País. Borrell was speaking at Spain’s University of Valladolid, where the Spanish politician was awarded an honorary doctorate.

    Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has denied such allegations in the past….

    Claims that Netanyahu’s government has allowed funding to Hamas, including by allowing Qatari financing of Gaza, have been made before by the Israeli opposition as well as by analysts and media outlets including the New York Times. Israeli officials say this was part of a policy that most leading Israeli politicians subscribed to as a possible way of moderating Hamas with the underlying assumption the militant group would temper its ideological fervor and to encourage it to focus on governing.

    “Israel has allowed suitcases holding millions in Qatari cash to enter Gaza through its crossings since 2018, in order to maintain its fragile cease-fire with the Hamas rulers of the Strip,” an op-ed in the Times of Israel alleged on October 8, the day after Hamas carried out violent attacks against Israel.

    Netanyahu has strongly denied allowing Qatar to fund Hamas in order to divide Palestinians into rival political camps. But the Israeli leader said in 2019 at a Likud party conference: “Anyone who wants to prevent the establishment of a Palestinian state needs to support strengthening Hamas.”

    “He who hates, disguises it with his lips,
    And lays up deceit within himself;
    When he speaks kindly, do not believe him,
    For there are seven abominations in his heart;
    Though his hatred is covered by deceit,
    His wickedness will be revealed before the assembly. Whoever digs a pit will fall into it,
    And he who rolls a stone will have it roll back on him.”

    • JohnAZ January 21, 2024 at 3:26 pm #

      So Hamas was working with both Iran and Bibi?


  53. JohnAZ January 21, 2024 at 3:23 pm #


    Aimed mostly at you, FYI.

    We have been studying Matthew 24 for a few weeks now. It is a real eye opener, AND Jesus’ direct repetition of the Zechariah 14 passage you presented a couple of blogs ago.

    It is a statement by Jesus of the end times.

    It is almost verbatim repeated in the two biographers, Luke and Mark. Luke 21 and Mark 13.

    It is not a pretty picture. AND

    It pretty much follows what we a witnessing today.

    Immediately after the distress of those days (these days?)

    “The sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light, the stars will fall from the sky, and the heavenly bodies will be shaken.”
    Then will appear the sign of the Son of Man in heaven.

    It sounds super ominous and a little unbelievable but,

    Try to describe what the dinosaurs witnessed after the asteroid crashed and global winter took over.

    • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2024 at 3:47 pm #

      Yes John, the purification of the world, not it’s end. A remnant will walk out of the ‘fire’, to begin a new agrarian civilization. The 1000 years of peace.

      Illumination of conscience first
      Antichrist rules for 2+ years
      Total war famine disease natural and unnatural disasters.
      3 days of darkness where you may not even look outside and only a blessed candle gives light.
      Then new earth minus all tech, toxicity.

      Prep now SPIRITUALLY and physically with food, water in house.
      Ask God’s forgiveness for any broken commandments,…. see 10 commandments.

      Only 2ish years till true freedom reigns in God.

      • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2024 at 3:48 pm #


        How to live in His will.

    • SoftStarLight January 21, 2024 at 4:07 pm #

      It sounds like what could possibly happen or what we sorta might perceive happened if Earth was ejected from the solar system into intergalactic space. According to cosmologists intergalactic space is many levels of hell worse than being banished to interstellar space. At least in interstellar space you might get nighttime like light from surrounding stars and also just the ambient light of the galactic core. But in the space in between galaxies there are voids that are trillions of light years across. And in the midst of the voids there are maybe like 10 atoms per every meter. It is literally The Nothing out there. In spots at least. See, there is already enough that is scary. Don’t let these lame ass people coax you into a life of manufactured fear on top of everything else.,

      • beantownbill. January 21, 2024 at 5:27 pm #

        SSL, the whole observable universe is about 90 billion light years. Beyond that distance it is impossible to even talk about it, or if it even exists.

        There are no voids trillions of light years across that science
        knows about or can know about. You are off by about a factor of 1,000.

        We know everything about the universe that we do because we can detect the light from objects. The universe is about 13.8 billion years old, as far as we can now tell, although we may find out otherwise with future developments. Nothing we now know can go faster than light, so the furthest objects we can detect would be around 14 billion light years out. However, space-time, which is what we are aware the universe is evolving through, has been expanding itself, so the actual observable universe we can think of is now 90 billion light years (and is still expanding).

        I’m not criticizing you, it’s just a mind-bending concept. Forget about trillions of light years though.

        • SoftStarLight January 21, 2024 at 6:46 pm #

          It might be miles and not light years but still it isn’t really anything we can comprehend. At that point doesn’t it just become potaitoe potahtoe lol? But no like you’re right Bill it is mind bending. I think there is a lot more to everything than we can see or ever really know. I’ve been hearing a lot lately that we really shouldn’t talk about stuff we can’t really know about and that does concern me.

    • jackrabbit January 21, 2024 at 9:26 pm #

      So tell us readers, AZ, are you soaking up some of that Jesus love, or are you more of a fire and brimstone full of hate kind of follower?

      • messianicdruid January 22, 2024 at 9:16 am #

        I don’t know any “full of hate followers” but there seem to be many more full of hate infidels.

        As Jesus uses the word “hate” it simply means ‘to love less’ NOT “to look down upon with disfavor or contempt; to condemn; to scorn; to disdain; to have a low opinion or contemptuous dislike of.”

  54. SoftStarLight January 21, 2024 at 3:46 pm #

    The root of it really seems to be trauma based mind control programming. I have found that fear is a common narrative that the powers that be are implanting into every possible square nanometer of every day life. In a state of fear and trauma saturation the personality disassociates and that is when a person is susceptible to reprogramming and literally the creation of a new personality that conforms to the programming. So many essays could be written about it. And I may decide to write one right here. Actually in my view it is an act of respect and seemliness given the intellectually rich nature of the post to which I am responding.

    The trauma based programming however may no longer be necessary for those whose psyches have been shackled by the devastating effects of a hippocampus altering mrna injection. And it seems like they are indeed preparing the way for something. The worry drops about measles and rsv and so forth. So essentially the more you can disentangle yourself from the fear vortex the better off you will be. And there is already enough to worry about anyway. Like for one, I hate to tell you this but you’ve eaten more bugs than you probably realize lol.

    • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2024 at 3:49 pm #

      All fear is fear of death

      All anger is anger at yourself

      • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2024 at 3:50 pm #

        Gr8 one jhk!

      • SoftStarLight January 21, 2024 at 4:14 pm #

        Oh, if it were that simple. Its good to break things down into smaller pieces but lets not get too carried away. But I also feel your sentiments. And yes, thanks Mr. K!!

    • Mike Sherman January 21, 2024 at 6:58 pm #

      “The trauma based programming however may no longer be necessary for those whose psyches have been shackled by the devastating effects of a hippocampus altering mrna injection.

      Here’s why I keep returning to CFN – the ,imd-blowing new discoveries in microbiology, as provided by the likes of Soft Starlight. I’d NEVER have known that my hippocampus has been altered with devastating effect without SSL revealing this hard-hitting truth!

      • SoftStarLight January 21, 2024 at 8:11 pm #

        Perfect. I am glad to help you be a more informed citizen. How many mrna injections have you had? There is a possibility that your hippocampus can be healed. The brain has natural plasticity.

        • benr January 22, 2024 at 8:19 am #

          There is no healing that twisted lump of rotten cholesterol.
          It has died from lack of use.

      • Anthea January 21, 2024 at 8:34 pm #

        Oh, you would have found out sooner or later.


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