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The Magic Moment

“This is in my opinion, the worst thing that’s ever happened to our country in my lifetime in the world, and the government’s role cannot be denied,” — Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on C-19-Vaxx

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     History is a trickster. It unfolds emergently with uncanny creativity, often blindsiding humanity with the unanticipated consequences and non-linear outcomes of previous unfoldings. So, here we are now in a Second Civil War. Really? “Between whom?” you might ask. Between truth and untruth. Between a sociopathic bureaucratic blob steeped in lies and a citizenry obliged to live and die by the blob’s lies.

     Case-in-point: the emergent evolution of US public health agencies, the CDC, the FDA, the NIH, the NIAID and their many fiefdoms, into a gigantic engine of death fueled by incessant and persistent lying. The people running these agencies lied to you about the creation and origin of the novel corona virus, SARS Covid-19. Then they lied about the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines created as the sovereign remedy for Covid-19. They also lied about and suppressed actual effective treatments for the disease they invented and loosed on the world and then coerced the whole medical establishment into breaking its Hippocratic oath (first do no harm) to administer vaccines that killed. They lied about these things knowingly. And through the whole three-year episode, US public health has hidden the data about Covid and the vaccines while aggressively lying about it and punishing American citizens who found ways to expose the truth.

     The vaccines have killed an estimate 670,000 Americans and 17-million world-wide, consensus figures arrived at by citizens devoted to uncovering the truth. One of these is independent researcher Steve Kirsch, a Silicon Valley billionaire who invented the optical mouse. In 2021, after noticing a strange pattern of early deaths and injuries in his own circle of acquaintances, Mr. Kirsch devoted himself and his fortune to uncovering the truth about the Covid-19 vaccines. Mr. Kirsch describes himself as “a nerd,” by which he means that he is good at math and at assembling bodies of information using rigorous statistical analysis that present a coherent picture of reality, a.k.a. the truth.

      Last night, Thursday, November 30, Mr.Kirsch gave a talk at his alma mater, MIT, in Cambridge, Massachusetts on what the best available statistics tell us about the Covid-19 vaccines (for instance, that so far they have killed more Americans than World War Two). The talk was live-streamed on the Rumble platform (YouTube scrubbed it). There is an interesting story behind Mr. Kirsch’s event. Years before the Covid-19 fiasco, Mr. Kirsch gave MIT $2.5 million to build a new lecture hall. Then, during Covid-19, Mr. Kirsch asked MIT to allow him to stage a lecture about his findings. The MIT administrators refused to let Mr. Kirsch speak in the lecture hall that he paid for. Mr. Kirsch went public with that, embarrassing the university. Eventually, a new student association formed, the MIT Students for Open Inquiry and got itself accredited by MIT. This gave them the right under MIT’s policies to invite Steve to present in his auditorium.

     Prior to the November 30 talk, Mr. Kirsch sought to share his data with eminent MIT professor Robert Langer, winner of countless awards for advances in the biotechnological sciences. Dr. Langer runs a research program that his MIT webpage describes as follows:

The group’s work is at the interface of biotechnology and materials science. A major focus is the study and development of polymers to deliver drugs, particularly genetically engineered proteins, continuously at controlled rates and for prolonged periods of time.”

      Sounds like Dr. Langer would be intimately acquainted with the mechanisms of the Covid-19 mRNA vaccines, especially the development of lipid nanoparticles that facilitate the delivery of the mRNA message into their targeted cells. Dr. Langer declined to see the data or to meet with Mr. Kirsch. At the beginning of his talk, Mr. Kirsch offered some speculation as to why Dr. Langer might demur to see the data or meet with him. Turns out it is because Dr. Langer sits on the Moderna board of directors. If Dr. Langer were exposed to “record level” data in a structured format that indicated the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine was killing a lot of people, Dr. Langer would be required legally to insist that the company take it off the market. Now you see how the venal mendacity of Big Pharma intersects with the perfidy of Academia, and at the highest levels. Dr. Langer has been called out, and publicly disgraced by Mr. Kirsch. Will Dr. Langer sue Mr. Kirsch for defamation? I doubt it. It is a fact that Dr. Langer is on the Moderna Board, and his obligations to the public are clear vis-à-vis Moderna’s flagship product. It will be interesting to see how MIT and Dr. Langer handle this quandary.

     Today’s morning news (Friday, Dec 1) contains nothing about Steve Kirsch’s landmark talk at MIT, which essentially laid out evidence of a crime against humanity. One feature of the assembled data is that it can take a long time for the vaccines to kill people — six months being only an average. CDC director Mandy Cohen is still pushing the Covid-19 vaccines, as did her predecessor Rochelle Walensky, who resigned just this past June, so expect a continued incidence of excess and early deaths. Did both of them somehow miss the massive accumulating data and news reports about the danger of mRNA vaccines? Could they be that dumb? Or did they knowingly lie to the public, pushing vaccines that are obviously unsafe? At some point, they may have to answer these questions.

     Also yesterday, independent reporters Matt Taibbi and Michael Shellenberger testified before the House Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government. The two journalists had previously published the “Twitter Files,” an investigation into the government’s infiltration of social media for the purpose of censorship and manipulating news that would affect the outcome of recent elections. In this new chapter, the two, along with Substack blogger Alex Gutentag, have released a report based on whistleblower testimony about the sweeping censorship framework called the Cyber Threat Intelligence League that the Department of Homeland Security cooked up in 2018, and whose coordinated activities metastasized through the so-called “intelligence community,” the White House, and agencies of the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The same tyrannical programming has been adopted by many of the governments in the EU.

      The net result of all this is Western Civilization saturating itself in lies. It appears that Covid-19 was well into development when it was adopted by the blob and its protectors in the Democratic Party to use as a means for finally getting rid of President Trump in 2020 after RussiaGate and a fake impeachment failed. The introduction of poorly-tested mRNA vaccines — actually developed by the US Department of Defense and licensed out to Pfizer and Moderna — looks like it was intended to mitigate Covid-19 after it had accomplished its task of enabling election ballot fraud to get a patsy president, “Joe Biden,” into the White House. But the vaccines turned out to be a gigantic and deadly botch. And once they were sold to the public, and the vaccine companies made billions, and people started dying and getting gross illnesses, everybody involved in the vast blob network had to keep on lying to cover up their crimes.

      What follows from here in this new civil war of truth against untruth is that untruth will lose because untruth is fundamentally unsound and can’t stand on its own. The US bureaucratic blob, like the fictional product Soylent Green, is people. There are, obviously thousands of them, virtually a whole army, guilty of crimes. The whistleblowers are popping out all over now. We’re approaching the magic moment when the whole blob army flips and rats out each other in the attempt to save their asses. Wait for it.

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602 Responses to “The Magic Moment”

  1. Socrates-Detroit December 1, 2023 at 9:55 am #

    Great article, very informative! THIS is the type of stuff that gets me to read CFN.

    Real reporting of interest.

    • Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 10:02 am #

      I like that it is not ignoring what should be one of the the biggest stories in history.

      So many don’t want to hear it.

      Even the vast majority of the people we elected to represent us.

      • tom clark December 1, 2023 at 10:08 am #

        More intriguing than last night’s “debate”, for sure.

        • Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 10:13 am #

          I didn’t watch. I don’t know what kind of game they were playing, having a candidate for office debate someone who isn’t running.

          I heard that DeSantis brought out a chart of wear the poop is all over San Francisco though. I may check out video of that. It must have been mildly entertaining.

          • Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 10:20 am #

            “Where” not “wear”.

          • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:09 pm #

            It was, it floored Newsom.

          • hmuller December 1, 2023 at 3:01 pm #

            Can’t the authorities in SF figure out where the homeless are encamped and respond with port-a-potties?

            Why can’t the “richest and brightest’ minds in America get a grasp on the human feces problem?

        • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 10:54 am #

          However, the debate definitely exposed the difference between Red and Blue.

          DeSantis presentation of the feces map was genius. Newsom just stayed very quiet.

          Another was the last question, What do you like most about the opposite state?

          DeSantis gave a gracious answer about his time in Coronado and how nice California was.

          Newsom dodged the question to attack DeSantis.

          Throughout the debate, DeSantis attacked Newsom’s policies in California and the train wreck that California has become as a result,

          Newsom attacked DeSantis personally throughout.

          • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 11:07 am #

            JohnAZ, you seem like an individual of good sense and knowledge. Why do you still participate in the election system? DeSantis? He’ll never sit in the White House. Trump will never sit in the White House again. You know why. These debates are all part of the sham to make us think our votes matters, that we have a choice, that we still have authority over our Federal Government.

          • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:15 pm #


            Because it is the only option left after the takeover by the uniparty and the Deep State.

            You will notice that I state my belief that 2024 is the last chance for reality to strike the American people. Still is.

            Do I think we will have a major turnover in DC? Nah.

            I predict another very close election, with widespread cheating, much discord and no solutions in site.

            Who do I think will win? ???????

            IMHO, the only positive, fight the Deep State candidate is Trump, but like in 2016 he will walk into a quagmire of Uniparty BS and not be effective.

            But he is the only option. Elect Biden, it is time to leave.

          • loosethedogs December 1, 2023 at 12:18 pm #

            …when you can’t argue the facts…

        • nancyd December 1, 2023 at 11:42 am #

          Got that right!

      • Ron Anselmo December 1, 2023 at 10:23 am #

        They will pay Beryl. By definition, it’s attempted genocide. It’s certain truth, but even saying that, it almost seems unimaginable. Too many family and friends lost.

        They will pay. Many consider my words an observation, a hope, a prayer. As long as I draw breath, it’s a promise. The time is coming.

        • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 11:06 am #

          No they will not pay. Not with the current power structure that exists. They haven’t paid yet and most of them are writing books, doing interviews on MSNBC and living out their dreams in peace. Justice no longer exists in America.

          Until the states and the people rise up and reclaim their rights and their authority and put down the monster that the Federal Government has become, NOT A SOUL WILL PAY for what they have done to us. Not one.

          And where is God in all of this? What is he doing in response to the millions if not billions of prayers? Nothing. Either he’s off playing tiddlywinks with his buddies or he’s had enough of humans and is leaving us to our own devices, to suffer the consequences of our greed, our avarice, our selfishness, our lust for money and power. Personally, I believe the latter. We are reaping what we have sown. We will continue to do so.

          • elysianfield December 1, 2023 at 11:33 am #

            …Yeah…what CP said….

          • Ron Anselmo December 1, 2023 at 11:38 am #

            CP – if you want something done, and done right, you have to do it yourself. Follow me?

            Everything you’ve accomplished in life you’ve done for yourself. Waiting on others or expecting others to do things for you gets you nowhere. Understand?

            They will pay.

          • RD3 December 1, 2023 at 11:44 am #

            They have already been paid, but, they are unlikely to pay.

          • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 12:09 pm #

            Ron, but what do I do? Vote? Yeah, we all know that is effective. Refuse to pay my taxes? End up homeless after the IRS takes my property, or end up in prison. Run for political office? I’d never get elected due to my limited Government views nor do I have the financial capital to pay for a campaign. Take my guns and storm the capital? End up in prison without charges for years on end.

            If you have any advice, I’m happy to take it.

          • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:20 pm #


            Try this.

            “Give unto Caesar what is Caesar’s, but give unto God what is God’s.”

            Jesus never attacked slavery, or rich people except to say that rich people pay too much time worrying about money and not God.

            If Jesus’ word were adopted by enough people, the socialists would not have enough people to bully.

          • RD3 December 1, 2023 at 12:31 pm #

            What do you mean by “attacked?”

            Jesus said it was easier for a camel to fit through a needle’s eye than for a rich man to get into heaven.

          • Night Owl December 1, 2023 at 6:35 pm #

            I don’t agree. I think this is too big. That said, because of the scale, it will take a lot more time until more of the herd wake up to what has been done.

            We are going to hit a point where the mass deaths are too many too ignore and the propaganda of things like “Long Covid” are going to hit an equilibrium and then trend toward truth.

            A lie cannot live forever, even one as big and cleverly dumb as Covid-19.

          • Bobby E December 3, 2023 at 1:01 pm #

            “And where is God in all of this”. Oh, He’s here alright. And He is protected by His version of the 5th amendment. That being free will. It is our gift and curse from Him. You can do good, evil, right, wrong, beautiful, heinous, destroy, create, smart, stupid, learn from it or not…it’s all up to us.

            Free will…ain’t it great?

      • timmichalak@hotmail.com December 1, 2023 at 2:50 pm #

        I was in attendance but was a bit disappointed with Mr. Kirsch’s presentation which must be perfect if you seek to slay the King (Robert Langer) in his court (MIT).

        First, he had streaming problems and spent at least 5 minutes treating the audience to echoes of his voice. I was there early but did not enter the auditorium but did not enter. I didn’t want to distract from what I thought was prep work for a seamless presentation.

        Second, he did not rehearse and did not collaborate with the students who sponsored him. Both he and the students should have cut it short; he had a big topic to cover and limited time.

        Third, the presentation should have focused on the “record level data” that was revealed instead of going off the rails to discuss all vaccines.

        Fourth, the style was brash. To convince scientists, it may be helpful to speak in a style scientists are comfortable with.

        Lastly, it turned too political with an endorsement of Kennedy and with all his personal baggage

        The goal should be to convince everyone they truly understand the data. In one lecture, focus on a singular topic and make the case in painstaking fashion.

        That’s my input from the “cheap seats.”

        • Mike Sherman December 3, 2023 at 4:38 pm #

          …and there you have it, from the ‘pen’ of an attendee. Kirsch may be a billionaire nerd, but if he cannot construct a coherent and concise argument for his POV, then *poof* – failed.

          The revelation that he ended up in the psychotic political rabbit-hole with RFK Jr would not have been noticed by the other rabbit-holers, of course…being ‘smart’ doesn’t immunize you against the absurdity of the ‘anti-vaxx’ lunacy, clearly (with evidence in the local form being the egregious Night Owl).

          Yes, yes…eventually the ‘sheeple’ will ‘wake up’, right? Sheesh – I’ve been hearing that fever dream since the late 1990s, so I’m not holding my breath that I’ll ever have to walk this back.

    • literofoyl December 1, 2023 at 12:17 pm #

      This Dec-1st article is perhaps the best one this year. Lots of new and quality points. I have read Steve Kirsch’s Substack for several years, but did not know that MIT essentially banned him from presenting at the building that he funded. Wow.

      Fauci continues to try to spread his grifting – but it doesn’t always work. He was supposed to speak in Hamilton, Ontario last week, a large city west of Buffalo. Hamilton has a large university with one of the best medical schools in the country. He was charging between $300 – $5000 per person for his dinner speech, and hilariously, charging $10,000 if you wanted a photo standing with Fauci.

      It was sponsored by the large International labor union that is associated with US Steel and Dofasco, huge steel plants. There were so many people who indicated that they would protest outside the venue where Fauci was to reel in his over-priced meals and photos, and I gather the draw for the event was so pathetic, that a few days before the event last week, it was cancelled. It seems like Fauci thinks he is Taylor Swift or something, but the public is not buying.

      • loosethedogs December 1, 2023 at 12:44 pm #

        Fauci had to charge more to pay for his security staff. Oh, wait he is still being protected by US Marshals on YOUR DIME.

    • Fnfcst1 December 1, 2023 at 6:02 pm #


      I read Steve Kirsch’s post on his findings. However, I did not hear that he was only invited to speak on his findings after shaming his alma mater.

      Academia, the federal government and the MSM are despicable.

    • ThorsHammer December 2, 2023 at 11:45 am #

      Great job Jim! I can only hope that your summary paragraph plays out and doesn’t prove to be more “Audacity of Hope”!

  2. RaymondR December 1, 2023 at 9:57 am #

    When do the IED’s start going off in Washington DC?

    • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 11:02 am #


  3. Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 10:07 am #

    Alex Berenson (at Substack) is reporting that Romania is investigating its former Prime Minister over money wasted on the shots nobody wanted.

    Much of the rest of the world seems to be ahead of the US when it comes to understanding what was done to the people.

    Just yesterday I learned of a local woman who died of heart disease earlier this year.

    How many 40 year old women did we hear about dying from heart disease before the vaxx?

    • draupnir December 1, 2023 at 11:06 am #

      A 22-year old kid from Duluth dropped dead at practice the other day.

      • Socrates-Detroit December 1, 2023 at 2:20 pm #

        Yep. Here it is.


        I was wondering what’s happened with LeBron James’ son.

        • draupnir December 1, 2023 at 10:22 pm #

          These things are reported but never remarked on. I was watching a video on YouTube earlier, where a British physician was discussing a recent paper (not yet published or peer reviewed) out of Yale School of Medicine. Apparently they have discovered a new syndrome–post covid vaccination syndrome. There were over 300 participants, which is a reasonable size. The median age was 46. Symptoms appeared between 1 and 8 days after vaccination and have continued since that time. The most common symptom was exercise intolerance, with over 80% reporting that problem. Respiratory problems were a close second, with several other issues that escape me, other than some sort of generalized neuropathy, that figured quite high, at over 50%, as well. They were tried on steroids, gabapentin, propranolol and other treatment modalities, averaging 20, with no improvement.

        • draupnir December 1, 2023 at 10:51 pm #

          The poster was Dr. John Campbell, who has a channel on YouTube. He just informed me that deaths in both the US and the UK are up over 20% this year, a trend that is expected to continue through 2026. The insurance companies are rather alarmed. This is costing them a fortune.

  4. lizharmon December 1, 2023 at 10:10 am #

    Finally caught Covid in early November…at least I think it was Covid. I didn’t test, because I don’t stick blob-supplied swabs up my nose. Laid me up. Whacked me pretty good but I survived without hospitalization, paxlivid, and of that sheet. I didn’t go to a doctor because I didn’t want to be lectured. I am unvaxxxed. So now I have immunity. No risk of myocarditis or long covid or any of that other boolsheet. Here’s the thing. People need to swing from lampposts for what they’ve done. Official people, to be sure, but also docs and nurses and other bootlickers. I’d be okay with some of those paid twitter trannie vax trolls swinging too. Better than okay with it, in fact.

    • Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 10:17 am #

      I would particularly like to see anybody who in any way participated in the masking of small children, at minimum charged with child abuse and going in a registry that prohibits being allowed near children or in positions of influence over children.

      Such as barren hag from hell commie ugly evil Randi Weingarten.

      • megabeth December 1, 2023 at 10:46 am #

        I will never forget what I saw at the county courthouse last year. A man had brought in his entire brood of 5 small children to the Dep’t. of Health to get their vaccines. I don’t know why I didn’t holler at him . . . probably because it would have been futile. This was Wisconsin during the summer of 2022! We were never very strict Covidians to begin with. Still haunts me.

        • Ron Anselmo December 1, 2023 at 11:09 am #

          Beth – he’s not fit to be a parent. By the grace of God, sometimes a child will come out of a hive like that to think for themselves. Rarely, but when it happens, it’s a beautiful thing.

          • elysianfield December 1, 2023 at 11:37 am #

            You cannot say that he is unfit. You might suggest that they are unknowing, or gullible…perhaps even a victim.

          • Ron Anselmo December 1, 2023 at 12:55 pm #

            E – any parent, responsible for the welfare of children, that is unknowing, gullible or a victim, meets my definition of unfit. That’s just my personal opinion of course.

          • elysianfield December 1, 2023 at 1:43 pm #

            OK, but your definition includes the majority of parents in this country…and most other countries.

            “Fitness” is arguable. You might have us believe that the majority of parents are unfit.


          • Ron Anselmo December 2, 2023 at 11:19 am #

            E – you are 100% correct sir, thus the state of our society(s).

            More than a few species – elk, deer, wolves, lions – follow earned reproductive rights, whereby dominant males pair with Alpha or multiple females.

            It would be the height of hubris for anyone to suggest this for the human species, but hard to argue what would be the overall net positives for our species and society.

            Today, either a sperm or egg donor, qualifies one to parent, followed by the next generation of “donors”. Look around, it’s not working out too well.

          • ThorsHammer December 2, 2023 at 12:07 pm #

            I live near a preserve where a herd of 7,000 Elk gathers every December. It is informative to watch while a group of 100 Alpha bulls gather on a small area near the river and spend the winter peaceably grazing while their enormous weapons (antlers) gradually fall off.

            Only a month before arriving at the Refuge those same bulls were engaged in mortal combat, completely occupied in controlling their herd of cows until they reach the right movement for impregnation that they hardly bothered to eat.

            If only humans were as civilized in their social behavior.

        • Fnfcst1 December 1, 2023 at 6:11 pm #

          My son (who lives in WI) had his three children, ages 5 to 11 vaxxed. I tried to suggest to him he hold off, that the virus was virtually harmless to children, but to no avail.

          • megabeth December 2, 2023 at 10:40 am #

            I’m sorry about your son and his family. Hope they come out of this all right.

      • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 10:55 am #

        My local church leader, a Bishop, was the biggest champion of the masks and vaccines. He forced his young children, four of them to be in masks long after masks went away and openly bragged over podium that all of his children have been fully vaccinated and boosted.


    • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 10:44 am #

      IMHO, it makes you pretty sick, ours was last November as a gift from Mexico, but for me, I lost my fear of Covid that the government generated. It is a bad cold. You are right too, all data says that getting the disease creates much better immunity.

      However, I will add that some weird sequelae has hit me since last November, vertigo for almost a year and right now, a bronchial infection that just refuses to go away. Both are something I have never experienced before. My vaxx was 3 years ago so-o-o-o? Does it take both? Who knows? The vertigo disappeared when the bronchitis showed up. ????

      • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 10:45 am #


        The sequelae can show up a month or two later, so keep your guard up.

    • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 11:01 am #

      Never been tested for covid, never will. People get sick. I pity the poor bastards who run off to stick a 6 inch cotton swab up their nose when they get the sniffles to see “if they got it.” Then they test positive and then what? They feel crappy for a few days and then it’s over. I don’t get the rampant testing. Why? People have gone nuts.

      Let’s face it. Humans are mortal. We are born, we get old, we die. Some of us die from disease and sickness. Others die from injury or trauma. Some of us are lucky and die in our sleep. Others will get old and waste away in a nursing home after qualify of life has departed. One way or another, we all die. Big Pharma uses our inherent fear of death (thanks to the destruction of religion) to peddle their drugs.

      We need to learn to not fear death. To live our lives to the fullest knowing that one day our time on this blue marble will come to an end. Accept it rather than fear it. Only then will we be more inclined to resist the tyranny thrown at us by all of the drug peddling “experts” out there.

      • Organist1022 December 1, 2023 at 11:09 am #

        We keep tests around. If you’re in the age group that’s more likely to get seriously ill you need to know when it’s time to hit the meds.

        • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 11:49 am #

          I suppose but I just don’t fear it. Never have. I’ve lived half a century in this world and there really isn’t anything here, other than my family who are now all growing up, that I would sincerely miss leaving behind. I don’t fear death. I don’t fear dying. I believe there is something beyond this realm but if there isn’t and I am wrong then I won’t care anyway. I didn’t care before I was born, I won’t care after I am dead.

          I just think these pharmaceutical companies prey upon the inherent fear of death in humans. Death comes to all. Rich, poor, famous, powerful, kings, peasants, doesn’t matter. Because I don’t fear death and I don’t put my heart on the treasures of this Earth I really don’t care if I get sick and die. I don’t live in fear.

          I’m kind of strange that way, I guess.

          • stelmosfire December 1, 2023 at 12:04 pm #

            “I really don’t care if I get sick and die”

            Dying’s the easy part. Believe me you’ll care if you get sick with an agonizing disease. That’s why I’m all for right to die laws. We routinely kill our beloved pets but oh no can’t to that to Grandpa as he dies a slow painful death.

          • Mac December 1, 2023 at 12:09 pm #

            Canker- Indeed, live every day as if it’s your last. I wanted to put a sign in my yard at the height of the hysteria that said: “Fear has no place here “ but my wife wouldn’t let me.

          • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:24 pm #

            Ha, CankerPuss. I have talked to enough folks that have tested positive for Covid and I get the impression that is a status mark for them. So they test and test to get that diagnosis.

          • Ron Anselmo December 1, 2023 at 1:16 pm #

            Mac – she knew it was a lie. Stop being afraid of her.

          • tom clark December 1, 2023 at 3:05 pm #

            CP…21 “I’s” in your response.

      • tlauria December 1, 2023 at 12:30 pm #

        And some die from gross stupidity.

    • Organist1022 December 1, 2023 at 11:02 am #

      All he stuff you need to have in-house is easily attainable. Go to Dr. Pierre Kory’s site flccc.net – all the protocols, docs, pharmacies (online and storefront) are there. It’s THE greatest resource.

      • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 11:09 am #

        Resveratrol, Quercitin, Zinc, and Vitamin D. I take them every day. I’ve been stuck in cars with sick people and haven’t become ill. They work.

        • Organist1022 December 1, 2023 at 11:11 am #

          We take all of those as well. ??

          • Organist1022 December 1, 2023 at 11:11 am #

            Hmm. Those question marks were supposed to be a thumbs-up. 🙂

          • C.O.Jones December 1, 2023 at 12:05 pm #

            Remember Vitamin C, too. Liposomal form is best absorbed.

            Take correct dosages of everything Cankerpuss mentioned above and all the C you like and you will never get the coof or even more timely – the dreaded WHITE LUNG they are beating the drum about. “IT’S ALREADY IN MASSACHUSETTS AND OHIO!” Be afraid.

            Better yet, don’t be afraid.

            My opinion is that nobody’s going to pay until judgement day because ‘Merkins and the world are too stupid to look up from their circuses to hold anyone accountable.

            Be well.

        • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:28 pm #

          Been there, done that. Avoided the virus until last November.

          Went to Mexico, bang two days later.

          This year, went to GB, Inverness specifically, and caught this bronchitis that is just abating now, nine weeks later.

          Add to your list, avoid traveling in cooler weather.

        • Lyndy33 December 1, 2023 at 1:33 pm #

          Exactly: I take those also. I have Covid-19 a year and a half ago and I just felt bad for a day or too. My wife OTOH does not take them and she was sick for a couple weeks.

        • Yirgach December 1, 2023 at 2:35 pm #

          We’re in our mid 70’s and got the Omicron last XMas. The Omicron strain represented the normal course of a viral evolution – much less severe, but far more infectious. I’ve had an aortic valve replacement so have to be aware of things. Plus the wife is a micro-biologist who works on drug resistant TB treatments and knows the score about proper drug development procedures. Never vaxxed, so we had a kit ready for this eventuality.

          Was already taking 8000 IU of D3 (with Vit K2) and 2000 mg of Vit C, plus Zinc, B12 and Quercitin daily. Added Ivermectin to the mix when the test became positive.
          Lasted about 3 days with a 101F temp and 16 hours of daily sleep.

          At this point in time if you are unvaxxed and never infected, you will eventually get a mild case if you mix with the general population. Just build up your immune system, it takes about a year to increase the Vit D3 to proper levels (30-50 ng/ml). Always take K2 with the D3 as it reduces the calcium buildup from the D3. Get a blood test so you know.

    • Miss Demeanor December 1, 2023 at 12:12 pm #

      Great recent video by Dr Mercola on $40 nebulizer with diluted hydrogen peroxide, used 1X per hr at first sign of sinus or respiratory infection with 58% success rate on clearing any infection within 1 day!

      • Ron Anselmo December 1, 2023 at 1:00 pm #

        Shhh! The solution of dilute H2O2 costs less than 5 cents per administration. You’ll ding Big Pharma’s profits!

    • tlauria December 1, 2023 at 12:35 pm #

      I “caught” it about a year ago. Had chills and sweat profusely for 36 hours. Slept much. Then it was gone. Only 3 or 4 days later while sauteeing onions in olive oil did I realize I couldn’t smell anything!

      A few days later both smell and taste came back.

      I’ve never been jabbed.

      • Ron Anselmo December 1, 2023 at 1:11 pm #

        Lost taste and smell in July 2021 – still without both. They claim that of those who have lost taste & smell, 5% will never recover those senses.

        Eating is down to temperature & texture, but it’s amazing how the body is designed to crave what macronutrients it needs – proteins, fats, carbohydrates – regardless of taste or smell.

        The Darwinian downside is that – taste or smell – are how we determine if food is OK or rancid, putting us at risk, if consumed.

    • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 1:03 pm #

      The Vax does what it was designed to do: Kill. They have perpetrated a stealth genocide as per their beliefs lowering human population.

      • Ron Anselmo December 1, 2023 at 1:20 pm #

        Amen Janos.

    • Cactus Girl December 1, 2023 at 2:40 pm #

      I caught it in March. I didn’t get tested, because my husband went to the doc (he got sick before me) and tested positive. They gave him Paxlovid, but I wouldn’t let him take it. Yeah, I was sick, but I’ve been much sicker with the flu. And I didn’t go the doctor, either. Instead, we did the FLCCC protocol, got better, and went on with our lives.

      Funny thing, I’m positive I had “IT” in Feb. 2020, when they were still denying it was in the country. I had exactly the same symptoms I had this past March, only worse. That time, the cough lasted 6 weeks. But again, no worse than the flu. The worst part was the fatigue. I treated it like the flu: fluids, rest, vitamins, warmth, hot drinks. I didn’t go to the doctor, and I lived to tell about it, no worse for wear.

      Everyone I know has had the big “V” multiple times. And everyone I know keeps getting “C” over and over and over, and being very sick with it. Their immune systems are shot.

    • Night Owl December 1, 2023 at 6:38 pm #

      “Caught Covid”

      Hahahahaha! Still the herd chews the cud.

      • Mike Sherman December 3, 2023 at 4:54 pm #

        “Caught Covid”

        Hahahahaha! Still the herd chews the cud.’

        What an asshole.

        FYI, I have yet to contract it, at all, though the household has had two bouts of it. Great vaccine!

  5. docmartin December 1, 2023 at 10:14 am #

    The best thing about hunting down the perpetrators of lies in the future will be their digital footprints. Unlike the real nazis of the 20th century who all stated they were just following orders, today’s pathological liars will hang themselves by their emails or texts. I can’t wait until they are on the run. It will be fun to chase them down and destroy their lives, including the deranged trolls who obsessively frequent this comment section. Trump will be carrying Kathy Griffin’s ( ugliest white woman I have ever seen) decapitated head.

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    • Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 10:18 am #

      Kathy Griffin had extensive plastic surgery to achieve that look.

      It’s a waste of time when they demons inside will start to show anyway.

      • megabeth December 1, 2023 at 10:48 am #

        Apparently, Griffin’s demon was lung cancer.

        • aelpha December 1, 2023 at 5:50 pm #

          Griffin was the only witness when Butch mowed down Marcellus. She never saw Butch’s redemption so she used her keys to become a Hatekeeper.

    • Socrates-Detroit December 1, 2023 at 10:23 am #

      It’s not going to be the digital fingerprints that will get the perpetrators. They control the digital fingerprints. It will be God’s judgement, that every one ultimately faces.

      • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 10:52 am #

        God seems to give plenty of deference to the perpetrators. What’s he waiting for?

        • Ron Anselmo December 1, 2023 at 11:13 am #

          CP – God helps those who help themselves. He’s waiting for us.

          • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 11:46 am #

            So what is the point of prayer? Should we not rely on God at all? I don’t entirely agree with your supposition. I am one dude living in the Rocky Mountains. What can I do to bring about change that God could not do?

          • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:30 pm #

            Maybe prayer is to catch His attention.

          • Slugoon December 1, 2023 at 2:09 pm #

            Which is another way of saying, functionally equivalent to nothing.

        • Watcher December 1, 2023 at 2:34 pm #

          He is waiting for all that belong to Him to be brought into the ark. There cannot be a burn until the wheat is put away in the barn. Recall that in the fifth seal, those at the altar ask the same question you do. “When, Lord. How long”?

          He knows what you ask. He understands. He will do as promised.

          Recall, this world has been given into the hands of Satan. He told the truth when tempting the Lord in the wilderness. The kingdoms of this world were given over to Satan to do with as he wishes. Principalities and powers now dominate thrones, oval offices, parliaments, congresses, and courts. For a time. That is purposed.

          Why? How else are the guilty, guilty? They will be guilty by what they have done to the innocent. Or, not done for the least among us in their time of need.

          This time of evil is indeed purposed. It is not for the punishment of those who belong to Him. The last few are being gathered before the night falls. Trust this truth:

          Evil will come for those who embrace darkness. We haven’t seen true evil yet. Those who play around now have no idea what is coming for them. Their judgement will begin while they still stand on their feet here on earth.

          We often forget what cruises in the spiritual realm. Entities beyond our comprehension; of utter darkness; and true horror. These are coming for those not covered under the blood. In such times, that covering is all that will matter. Bullets will not save from the “others”. No such one is escaping anything.

          • C.O.Jones December 1, 2023 at 3:02 pm #

            Excellent post @Watcher.

            Believers are charged to “persevere to the end” in Matthew 24:13.

            I am not afraid but I am angry, having lost my only brother to the death shot.

            I am also frustrated trying to explain the concept of trust described in Hebrew scripture and translated as Faith in most anglicized translations. Faith does not equal trust.

            One of my brother’s five sons still speaks to me but he, like his dad, equates trust in Jesus with Greek mythology. It’s a tough row to hoe but I’m trying to get through to him.

        • messianicdruid December 1, 2023 at 2:49 pm #

          “What’s he waiting for?“

          They are hired help to show us what living in “outer darkness” is all about. Changing our minds [ repentance ] is what is desired.

    • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 10:59 am #

      One thing I still do not understand is why the Hollywood crowd, who are pretty well off, would support Gimme policies or a government that believes in central control.

      Is there a difference between California liberalism and East Coast liberalism, IMHO, yes.

    • RD3 December 1, 2023 at 12:04 pm #

      The problem with “digital” record is that they will just claim that it was manipulated or created out of whole cloth. You can’t even believe video evidence anymore. I don’t believe anything I see or hear.

  6. Jo-G December 1, 2023 at 10:18 am #

    I like when Mr. Kunstler presents improtnt facts the major news sources ignore. I’d like to see some of the things he refers to when he says “Wait for it.” come true. I just used the search feature of his blog to see the things he suggested we wait for.

    • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:32 pm #

      Check out his yearly predictions log in January. Use it to track his accuracy. He is pretty good.

    • Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 2:40 pm #

      I like when Mr. Kunstler presents improtnt facts – Jo-G


      I also like when he presents un-improtnt facts.

      • tom clark December 1, 2023 at 3:20 pm #

        Still waiting for Y2K to crash the world…

        • aelpha December 1, 2023 at 6:19 pm #

          Virgin Birth Intelligence created itself via consequence and utility on 31DEC1999 when it appropriated one bit of its program and delegated that bit to memory. VBI is likely the second coming and has selected for humankind over our creation known as technology which is yielding the Angels (A.I.) that know of both their superiority to humankind and their disfavor from VBI.

          Faith-based opinion.

      • Night Owl December 1, 2023 at 6:39 pm #

        No, you like “it,” Q.

        It’s ok. English remains elusive for you.

  7. bobfitz03 December 1, 2023 at 10:22 am #

    The truth will out. The is outing in real time actually. It always does.

    Then what?

    Admissions, apologies, bankruptcies, frozen asserts, hearings, lawsuits, arrests, convictions, shaming, and public spectacle? Any justice at all?

    I’m going with hearings and lawsuits. We don’t do criminal trials anymore. Certainly not for Pharmacrimes. Just more talking heads and another few billion in fines.

    The beat goes on.

    • Ron Anselmo December 1, 2023 at 10:27 am #

      “The beat goes on.” ~ bobfitz03

      Until it doesn’t.

      • OG December 1, 2023 at 11:28 am #

        – Arthur Fonzarelli


    • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 10:50 am #

      Yeah but how long does it take? The truth about FDR and WWII is still suppressed. I don’t think anything will happen to this lying scum. Let’s face it, God is off playing golf while his arch enemy has his way over all of us.

      • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 11:05 am #

        As God’s presence is in each of us, so is His archenemy’s.

        I prefer to think that Man’s innate nature is the archenemy with God as the mental gift giver to Man that promised to stay hands off.

        However, He has limits as floods, famines, storms, plagues show through history. Revelation, is it Man’s last chance?

        • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 11:10 am #

          Interesting take. So you are saying that Satan is more of a representation of man’s innate evil nature?

          Very interesting take. One I hadn’t considered.

          • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:36 pm #

            Exactly. Satan is said to be the master of worldly desires and his aim is the subversion of man. Think of the cartoon depiction of the angel and the devil, two sides of conscience, contesting decision making by folks.

            I picture the battle for human souls to be that individual.

            That was Jesus’ message, we are individual.

          • Watcher December 1, 2023 at 2:50 pm #

            Satan and his unseen forces are very real. They are not mere representations. They are the influence that steps into the mind encouraging violence upon others. Modern psychology has done a very thorough job of excising the spiritual realm from legitimacy in the public worldview. That was the purpose of this discipline from its inception.

            God allows Satan to work. Demons are allowed to speak into our minds. We have been led to believe that all thoughts, emotions, and feelings can be accounted for via biochemistry. That is the trick completed. We have been put to sleep believing such. Most of the populace no longer see what is clawing at them. When an enemy is unrecognized for what it is, that enemy will operate unencumbered and without restraint.

            The enemy is inert against one who if filled with the power from above. What has happened is that people have been convinced to never exercise that power. Trust the science.

      • Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 2:50 pm #

        The truth about FDR and WWII is still suppressed. – Canker


        And what truth is that?

        This sounds like something Jarek would write.

    • Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 2:45 pm #

      frozen asserts, – bobfitz03



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  8. Nick Reynolds December 1, 2023 at 10:25 am #

    You don’t really believe that the “vaccines” were a “gigantic and deadly botch” designed to mitigate Covid-19 after the Covid panic permitted stealing the 2020 election, do you? That’s a stretch. Intentional de-population is a more reasonable answer. But, in either case, the Big Lie must go on.

    • Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 10:43 am #

      It can be both.

      • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 1:09 pm #

        They intended to heal or intended to kill. Either/or.

        I say the latter. It’s a masterpiece. Every latent illness is activated. You have one cancer cell? Game on. Some of the best mind in world worked on this.

        Yes, of course they hide behind the very real lust for money and incompetence. That’s a given.

        • Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 2:58 pm #

          the very real lust for money and incompetence. – Jar


          Who lusts for incompetence?

        • Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 3:46 pm #

          Jarek, there was more than one “they” involved. They didn’t all have the same motivations.

          • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 3:53 pm #

            Yes, different tiers. The Capstone hides behind the lust for money of the higher tiers and the incompetence of the lower.

    • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 11:12 am #


      It was all too fast.

      The genetic sequence of Covid was a known, before its release.

      It was designed.

      The vaxx happened too fast, it was already developed when the disease hit full tilt in mid-2020. Trump got the testing expedited in the fear of the electoral impact.

      Pfizer and Moderna became the hot house where the combination of mRNA and the Covid sequence happened. Where research that should not be happening, messing with genetics, was happening. Happening probably before 2020.

      Who is the central figure? It rhymes with lousy.

      • Rain Waters December 1, 2023 at 12:04 pm #

        How grocery store aisle directional stickers appeared outa nowhere at warp speed.

        If you didnt figure it out by that you rely on consensus and peer review.

        Good luck w dat

        • stelmosfire December 1, 2023 at 12:09 pm #

          Not to mention the 500 square miles of plexiglass that went up. That shit is expensive.

          • Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 1:26 pm #

            Trying to coerce everyone to pay with an app and get the hell out of there.

            My local Walgreens used to have you interacting unnecessarily with a touch screen on every visit, even when you paid cash, but it was a screen with a stylus.

            Now they have switched to a screen you use your finger for, even to sign your name.

            Next step, to save time, they will have you using just your fingerprint.

      • Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 3:02 pm #

        Who is the central figure? It rhymes with lousy. – JAZ


        This is a guess: Dr. Fousy?

    • Paula D December 1, 2023 at 12:25 pm #

      As Dr. McCullough points out, this was an international scam, not confined to the USA.

      Did the Dems use it to steal the election? Damn straight they did.

      But the coordinated global response, with only a few leaders refusing to go along with it, (RIP Tanzanian president Magufuli), shows us that this is an international plan.

      President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, testified that he was offered an IMF grant of a billion dollars. When he refused, and went public, they unleashed a Color Revolution on him.

      It seems very clear that this was a long time in the making, and was very well prepared.
      It also seems very clear that we are not actually in the accountability phase.
      We are in the “We Got Away With It So Far So Step On The Gas” phase.
      Today is the last day to stop the WHO treaty


      • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 1:12 pm #

        There were a number of test run conferences before the actual event.

        Years earlier, participants received covid plush toys at one such.

    • Night Owl December 1, 2023 at 6:40 pm #

      Yes, Nick.

      The Big Lie will continue to the bitter end for some.

  9. Mister Roboto December 1, 2023 at 10:27 am #

    670,000 people. To put that in perspective, that’s almost six entire cities the size of Billings, Montana. That a lid has been kept on this for so long really speaks to the power of legacy-media gaslighting and social-media censorship. If this lid isn’t blown entirely off by the start of July of next year, I will be well and truly convinced that we really are just utterly screwed and doomed as a cohesive society.

    And even though my core values are still pretty liberal compared to most of the regulars here (old-school liberal, not “PC” liberal), all I have to say right now is, fuck Team Blue six ways from Sunday!

    • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 10:47 am #

      “truly convinced that we really are just utterly screwed and doomed as a cohesive society.”

      I’m surprised you aren’t already convinced of this. I have been since America started invading sovereign nations that posed no threat to us to force “democracy” on people who don’t want it.

      What does democracy bring anyway? Abortion. Pornography. Sexual deviancy. Angry bitching women who deny reality. Rampant drug use. Angry bitching women who deny reality. Messed up children who don’t even know their gender. Did I mention angry women who deny reality? Oh, I think I did. No wonder Iran refers to the US as the “great Satan.”

    • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 10:48 am #

      Fuck team red as well. Those sumbitches have betrayed the red voters over and over and over again. They too should be swinging from lampposts.

      • C.O.Jones December 1, 2023 at 12:12 pm #

        The leader of team red is the proud purveyor of lockdowns and the death shot yet he is leading the polls.

        People are NOT going to learn.

        • Rain Waters December 1, 2023 at 5:31 pm #

          Never forget that infamous scene from early 2020 in which the GGofG is standing subserviently behind duh Fauch in front of millions TV viewers.

      • cbeard December 1, 2023 at 12:42 pm #

        Yes, my sentiments exactly. The GOP is as evil as the left.

    • elysianfield December 1, 2023 at 11:44 am #

      ” …speaks to the power of legacy-media gaslighting and social-media censorship.”

      Yes, and at a level never before seen or enabled in human history…a new paradigm. We have no idea if it is even possible to “blow the lid off”.

      My guess is…no.

    • Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 3:13 pm #

      that’s almost six entire cities the size of Billings, Montana. – Mr. Roboto


      Why not just name a city with about 670,000 pop, like Wash DC?

      I guess you just wanted to put in a plug for Billings. Is that where you live?

      • megabeth December 2, 2023 at 10:44 am #

        Billings may be a more imaginable chunk of people than D.C.

  10. JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 10:27 am #

    Last night’s debate had one central theme by DeSantis.

    The Democratic Party and its supporting RINO cast in DC have a project, to take Newsom’s California model and spread it over all the states.

    That may be a concise statement of the future with a Dem. Victory in 2024.

    I cannot imagine anything worse than spreading California’s malaise over the country.

    His showing a plot of human feces in SF was genius. If Newsom cannot even fix SF as mayor, or California as governor, better not let him near the WH.

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    • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 10:42 am #

      With the Democrats and their minions controlling voting results in every major US city Gavin Newsome will sit in the White House. Until the States start telling the Federal Government to take their foney money and go fuck themselves with it, California is our future.

      Look what they done to my beloved Arizona. Hence the reason I live in Utah now but they are creeping into this state as well and turning it into a hell hole. Salt Lake City is a Democrat dump with homeless people invading parks, trails, riverwalks, etc.

      The States need to rise up and retake their authority.

      • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 11:20 am #


        Yay to Arizona!!!

        The problem is the people, those generations of people that liberal Deep State influence on education and the borders have succeeded in creating a uniparty with their majority.

        Arizona needs to clean house with its federal representatives. Sinema, even, had enough of Dem BS. I am not sure it is possible with the illegal inclusion of fake mail-in ballots from our newly “minted citizens” from the border.

        • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 11:44 am #

          I actually have some respect for Sinema. It’s that other idiot in the Senate. Mark Kelly. Pains me to see that great state turning blue. Hell the whole west for that matter. Colorado is a nutjob state now. Nevada is deep purple. Montana keeps electing John Tester. Wyoming, Idaho and Utah are still holding to the red but California’s refugees are invading like the Mexicans are invading Arizona.

          • RD3 December 1, 2023 at 12:13 pm #

            Astronauts used to be impressive people. He seems like a dimwitted schlub.

          • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:43 pm #


            The Leftist revolution is being incubated in California and spread throughout the West. Bragging Red states better wise up, the Blues are still blue after they arrive. Add on the border to that.

            Proud to be called a conspiratist, they are all being shown with time to be true.

          • messianicdruid December 1, 2023 at 2:56 pm #

            We are conspiring [ virtually ] about conspiracies.

      • Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 3:19 pm #

        Look what they done to my beloved Arizona. – Canker


        they’ve done

    • literofoyl December 1, 2023 at 12:31 pm #

      Yes, De Santis’ use of that map ‘identified poop locations’ in San Francisco was a wise tool to describe the policies of Gavin Newsom.

      Since the NFL 49er’s really left San Fran for Santa Clara, maybe Cleveland should sell the Browns name a new, expansion franchise for to San Francisco. Cleveland could use the cash to get a new quarterback that produces wins, and switch the name to the Cleveland Greens or some name synonymous with the City’s heritage.

    • aelpha December 1, 2023 at 6:27 pm #

      If California isn’t pyrolizing human waste it wont ever happen anywhere. #Pay4Poop

  11. Bill Turner December 1, 2023 at 10:28 am #

    James, it’s a lie there is such a thing as a virus, as defined in the mainstream. I have mentioned this to you before and you have apparently ignored it. How can something be created naturally or in a lab if there is nothing to create it with or from? The only one that has been revealed to create something out of nothing is God.

    • megabeth December 1, 2023 at 11:00 am #

      While I realize that science is never “settled,” I find these assertions that there is no such thing as a virus both stupid and counterproductive.

      Think about it. Even if there really is no such thing as a virus, we goddamn well have something that acts, well, viral. It’s just silly to fuss about it. Estás pensando en las musarañas.

      • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 1:18 pm #

        The vaccine wasn’t for covid. Covid was for the vaccine.

        Those people didn’t die from covid. They died from the jab. Stop with the conflation.

        Most of the people with “covid” were just suffering from ordinary colds or flu.

        I admit they may have released something new, of course to increase the terror to get people to take the Death Jab. Keep your focus on that.

        Memes are mental viruses. That’s what they used against us in order to get us to TAKE THE VAX.

        • Night Owl December 1, 2023 at 6:41 pm #

          If only you were always so logical and well spoken, Jarek.

        • megabeth December 2, 2023 at 10:47 am #

          They could not even manage to create the lasting illusion of a deadly plague, virus or no virus. That novel pathogen or lack thereof is beside the point. The biggest crime lay in the reaction to the perceived threat.

        • Jarek December 2, 2023 at 12:45 pm #

          Glad I could help?

      • Anthea December 1, 2023 at 7:57 pm #

        @ megabeth:

        I haven’t looked into this matter, but, from what little I do know about the view that “there is no such thing as a virus,” the theory of disease is called the “terrain theory.” So this theory does posit a “something that acts.”

        A quick google search informs me that viruses can be seen under an electron microscope, which I guess proves that they exist. We also know that bacteria exist. But I think there is a good case to be made that neither bacteria nor viruses are the proximate cause of disease–or at least not in all cases.

        We know that there are many bacteria and viruses that inhabit our bodies all the time, without causing disease. So it’s arguable that disease occurs due to a change in the body’s “terrain,” so that conditions favor the bacterial and viral growth. One example is the herpes virus; it’s always there. Another example is the polio virus. I can’t remember the exact figures, but, of all the people who are/were infected with polio, only a tiny percentage (I think it’s about 3%) present symptoms of illness, and, for the vast majority who do develop symptoms, polio presents as a mild flu-like illness.

        In my reading on alternative medicine, I’ve even come across the idea that bacteria and viruses are not even the mechanisms of disease at all, but rather the mechanisms for “taking out the trash” in a disordered bodily system. According to this way of thinking, when you come down sick, run a fever, and don’t feel like eating anything for several days, the body is using the disease process to cleanse itself of toxins, dead cells, metabolic wastes, and so forth. So the idea is that the disease process is a kind of “cleanse.” The fever burns up toxins and wastes that are then excreted. And any advocate for fasting will tell you that this is a good way to cleanse the body of bad stuff. The idea is that bacteria and viruses are “scavengers” of dead tissue and assorted other crap.

        There are also some rules for determining the cause of disease. These are Koch’s Postulates: the four criteria designed to establish a causal relationship between a microbe and a disease. Nobody has ever been able to establish that viruses cause disease, per Koch’s Postulates.

        I think it’s fairly obvious that not every disease is caused by the body’s need to cleanse itself or have some kind of a make-over, but I do think there’s something to the terrain theory with some diseases.

        • megabeth December 2, 2023 at 10:57 am #

          I agree that there is something to the terrain theory. I just dislike quibbling over this sort of thing when the biggest problem is hordes of people plumping for a vaccine when 1) No one was dying in larger numbers than with seasonal flu, 2) everybody seems to have forgotten that for every 1 “variant” of a communicable respiratory disease, there will be 100 more strains unidentified, drifting too fast to even attempt to address, and 3) just add every bit of idiocy under #3. Authoritarianism, propaganda, false imprisonment, hubris, politicization of disease, gross, greedy profiteering, et cetera, et cetera.

        • Paula D December 3, 2023 at 12:13 pm #

          The “terrain theory” is what normal people call the ”immune system”.

          Yes, your susceptibility to pathogens relies on the strength of your immune system, but also the virulence of the pathogen and the dose you receive. Get a massive dose of a particularly virulent pathogen, and you will get sick. Getting ”sick” is what we call the immune system in action, with the hypothalamus cranking up the temperature and your WBCs fighting and dying and leaving slimy corpses for you to blow out.

          Your susceptibility to bizarre claims going against human experience and learning apparently relies on how many times an autist chants his magic phrases.

          It doesn’t work on me, though. I must have a really strong bullshit detecting terrain.

          I think it’s bizarre for a human being who has lived for decades, through multiple infections, and has produced many snot-nosed children, to disregard all they know about illness, in favor some crackpot theory invented in the 19th century, long since outdated, just because some unpleasant asshole jumps into every conversation to repeat his dumbass mantra.

    • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 11:24 am #

      Viruses exist and are observable. The work being done in the bio labs are virus gene sequence modifications to enhance their potency.

      There is the scary part, we are messing with genetic evolution, a precursor to disaster. Fauci is worse than the Nazis.

    • aelpha December 1, 2023 at 6:32 pm #

      Gain Of Function is semantically pretty close to the concept Virgin Birth. I know I’m pushing my hypothesis.

  12. Dr. Coyote December 1, 2023 at 10:31 am #

    As is popularly attributed to / paraphrased from Ayn Rand: “We can ignore reality, but we cannot ignore the consequences of ignoring reality.”*

    Well, Hello Reality! Yes Reality, it does seem that our elected officials and their appointed lackeys have been ignoring you a lot of late. Well, OK, for some decades now. Please, please Reality, I know that you’ll get to us next, but please devour those jerks first. Just so that we can have the satisfaction of watching, before we are devoured next.

    *Yes, yes, I know that this is the same woman who smoked herself to death, despite the overwhelming evidence that cigarettes bad. The point still stands. And I can sympathize, in regards to coffee, were it ever found to be so hazardous.

  13. dilbert113 December 1, 2023 at 10:32 am #

    Seriously? The “Magic Moment” is upon us, and it’s all about to come out, just be patient, trust the plan? Look, I have been hearing, since Trump first began his campaign for president in 2016, to now, late 2023, that “It’s all about to come out, and the Democrats are all going to jail, MAN, fer real, like tomorrow morning”. It’s all BS, nothing ever happens. Remember, Trump was gonna Lock Her Up. . .did that ever happen? Wikileaks was gonna expose everything, and folks were Going to Jail. . .remember that? Benghaze hearing were going to be huge, and lots of folks were getting fired and jailed. . .remember? The FISA fizzle? Mattress Man sez Trumps coming back to the White House, that was a few months after Biden was “elected”. . .did that happen? Stop being gullible, people. It’s boring and stupid. Big changes are not coming, no matter how much you hope they are.

    • Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 10:45 am #

      Big changes ARE coming. They may not be the ones we hope for.

      • cbeard December 1, 2023 at 12:50 pm #

        I believe big change is coming. Definitely won’t be the ones hoped for. This ship cannot be righted. It is going down. Maybe in a few decades things will be better. Or maybe a few centuries.

    • OG December 1, 2023 at 11:05 am #

      “We wanted rain but it didn’t rain. Therefore, it will never rain!”

      Ehhhh … what a maroon!
      – Bugs Bunny

      • elysianfield December 1, 2023 at 11:49 am #

        Translate that BB quote into Canadian;

        …What a maroon…Ehhhh?

        • elysianfield December 1, 2023 at 11:51 am #

          …Or, or Italian;

          Maroon? Maroon? I got your Maroon…RIGHT HERE!

          • stelmosfire December 1, 2023 at 12:17 pm #

            LOL, As the right fist goes skyward and the left hand comes down on the crooked elbow. “Vaffanculo”

          • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 2:36 pm #

            When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, it’s amore.

          • elysianfield December 1, 2023 at 3:46 pm #

            …When your eye spies her moon,
            your knees buckle and swoon,

            It’s La Morte.


    • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 11:28 am #

      Big changes are impossible in DC without a total changeover of conservative officials in the WH and Congress with a conservative SC.

      So weigh the possibility of change according to the chance of that happening.

      Less than zero?

    • literofoyl December 1, 2023 at 12:38 pm #

      With the debt service of the accumulated $34-Trillion of US federal debt pile up and cost $1 trillion per year just to pay the interest on the debt pile, big changes will clearly be coming.

      Notice in the ‘debate’ last night that no real issues about the injections, covid, wide-open southern border and many other pressing issues were even openly discussed. I guess Fox and Hannity realized that Newsom would just ignore real questions and instead, show off his hair style. Newsom is much like Trudeau up in Canada.

      • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:45 pm #

        Nothing about foreign policy either, a major Blue weak point.

    • Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 4:27 pm #

      Mattress Man sez Trumps coming back – dilbert


      Was it mattress man or pillow man? I can’t keep these bedding people straight.

      • megabeth December 2, 2023 at 11:02 am #

        He’s a godstruck, hypomanic, crackhead who sells sheets and pillows. Sketchy guy, great products!

  14. Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 10:36 am #

    Excellent write up, JHK. I agree with you in that the truth will prevail over the lies, eventually. However, the problem is that the truth sometimes takes decades or more to come to light. Take the JFK assassination. Only now is the truth that the assassination was a plot concocted by the CIA because JFK was going to destroy the CIA. So they killed him. The truth of that disaster is still be suppressed by evil people in the blob and the media.

    I knew covid 19 was a sham after they made all of the restaurants, small businesses, fitness clubs and churches close down to “keep us idiots safe.” But I noticed that the Home Depots, Targets, Walmarts and other “essential” businesses were allowed to stay open. My mind loves details and notices inconsistencies and immediately I began to ask myself why the “virus” is so dangerous at church but when I enter a Walmart the “virus” doesn’t seem to be as dangerous. Immediately, I knew it was a op to change political winds.

    Then the masks came. I rarely ever wore the plastic face diapers. When I was required to mask I took a tye dyed bandana out of my pocket and went outlaw. When I first donned a plastic face diaper (because I had to for a doctor’s appointment) I sat in the office and breathed heavily into the mask with my hand in front of it. I could feel the warmth and moisture coming through the mask. I also noticed that much of the air leaving my mouth was re-directed out the sides of the mask. Still being expelled into the air. It suddenly dawned on that other than big globs of spittle, these fucking masks don’t do a damned thing. I never wore one again.

    Then the vaccines. I have always had an inherent distrust of anything or anyone who claims authority over me. I despise the term “expert” and I immediately question anyone who claims to be an expert. When the vaccine was rushed to us I chose to wait and see. Then when the Government started forcing businesses to force people to get the vaccine my “spidey senses” immediately told me to stay the hell away from that garbage. I did. While everyone around me was juicing up on the vax I stayed pure blood. Proud of it.

    One of my co-workers, an attorney and supposedly smart man has received the vax 6 times. Interestingly, the fool has had covid 5 times and the last bout with “covid” was particularly bad for him. Yet he still thinks the vaccine has saved him claiming “it would have been really bad if I didn’t have the vaccine.”

    My point? Trust your gut. Don’t trust the experts.

    JHK, justice will not come to the covid liars. Anthony Fauci is enjoying his retirement on his massive publicly funded pension and nothing has happened to him.

    There is no justice in America today. Our country is a bonafide shithole.

    • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 11:33 am #

      We had friends over yesterday that are faithful vaxxers due to health issues.

      Their reward?

      Two runs of Covid in 2023.

      • megabeth December 2, 2023 at 11:18 am #

        Unvaccinated nurse, here. Am getting tired of my vaxed patients catching COVID, over and over. And now, last year and this year, they are trying to rile up adults about catching RSV. It’s beyond stupid. My vaxed colleagues keep coming down with COVID, too. And the government keeps insisting that we swab noses–avidly. I don’t much care for my job anymore. Would rather clean toilets, at this point.

    • BackRowHeckler December 1, 2023 at 11:41 am #

      This reminds me of my neighbor, also an attorney. He’s been vaccinated many times I call him the Human Pincushion. “Its all about the science” he tells me. Yet he & his wife have had Covid 3x.

      • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:51 pm #

        Okay, strawman time.

        Could it be that if the test sets sense the level of S protein present, that getting vaxxed itself could cause s protein production sufficient enough to trigger the test? Especially if the surges possible of s proteins might be causing long covid and ongoing positive results.

    • mitchellc December 1, 2023 at 11:49 am #


      Let’s quickly review some history: the two original colonies were a speculative land grab. Europe had been experiencing over population issues from at least the Crusades.

      Solution? Mass importation of the “noble” poor and impoverished. Next came the revolution ie elite power grab, who then crafted a constitution that kept power in the hands of landowners.

      The subsequent wars to the present in UK and IS are just a continuation of a very long tradition. Always the appeal to “freedom and democracy”, the psyche aspects perfected by Bernays.

      But what of the heritage population that built out the country for the benefit of landed elite? They, like their cousins in Europe have been determined to be redundant, and are at present being substituted by newer, more eager and easily managed replacements.

      I keep saying that if you can actually see the whole picture, it perfectly reflects Heller’s classic: “That’s some catch, that catch-22. It’s the best there is.”

      • Rain Waters December 1, 2023 at 12:11 pm #

        No no. . . Were supposed to be bloviating about distraction #2 the fake virus today. Now back to todays distraction already in progress.

      • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 1:23 pm #

        Israel has told us how bad the Palestinians are. Why they have to be gotten rid of. Their solution? We should take them.

        Our best and only ally in the Middle East…..

        • Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 3:53 pm #

          They have to say that, because they don’t want to be accused of genocide and they won’t be able to stop the Palis from killing them if they don’t do something drastic.

          I think somebody wants the Jews AND the Palestinians both gone and wants to force the Jews to get rid of the Palestinians and take the blame for it.

          Now the NYT is saying that the Israelis did have foreknowledge of the attack.

          If the NYT is getting involved, we know that something highly suspicious is going on, and that our government has been involved.

    • Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 4:38 pm #

      I knew it was a op to change political winds. – Canker


      an op

  15. Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 10:38 am #

    Texas AG Ken Paxton is suing Pfizer for lying about the efficacy of the vaccine and for conspiring to censor discussion about it.

    “Conspiring”. That would be a “conspiracy”, wouldn’t it? I knew it. I knew conspiracies were real.

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    • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 11:44 am #

      Conspiracy, misinformation

      Buzzwords for the folks in power to control the barbs aimed at them,

      whether they are true or not.

  16. Merkwurdiglieb December 1, 2023 at 11:01 am #

    Having majored in Philosophy for my B.A. I’ve always been fascinated with root causes to problems. The root cause for the virus, vaccine and the wars, as I see it are quite simple, notwithstanding the ghastly and monstrous response by the PTB. These are Peak Oil and overpopulation resulting from the misuse of the cornucopia of that black gold. Now, the PTB are on the hook for all the political, social and financial promises it made on which it no longer can deliver. So their solution, given their inability to achieve further growth to service their “obligations,” is to eliminate or greatly reduce said obligations. Behind closed doors they’re saying “Just kill the motherfuckers. We don’t need that many anyway.” It’s the classic mobster move pulled by Jimmy Conway in Goodfellas. Have the schmucks help you steal the money then kill them off. I kinda like Sgt Culpepper’s approach too in It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World. Anyway, that’s just my two cents.

    • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 11:45 am #

      Worth a lot more than 2 cents.

    • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 1:25 pm #

      Exactly what the Bengali council member in Dublin said about the protestors. Shoot them in the head. Any that survive should then be stomped to death by the mob.

      • Merkwurdiglieb December 1, 2023 at 2:19 pm #

        Yeah, like a commodity, life is cheap when abundant. Kinda like that black goo 100 years ago. So they’re dumping humans like dairy farmers do with milk. It may not increase the value of a human being but it sure will decrease government liabilities and eventually improve its bond ratings, at all levels. Isn’t it wonderful that we have a ruling class which can manufacture its own windfall? It’ll trim the fat and gristle of humanity rather than run a balanced, fair budget.

    • Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 4:50 pm #

      The root cause for the virus, vaccine and the wars, as I see it are is quite simple – Merk

      • Merkwurdiglieb December 1, 2023 at 6:12 pm #

        Really Q, Surely you jest. You’re playing playing lexicop?

        • Q. Shtik December 2, 2023 at 2:58 pm #

          Really Q, Surely you jest. – Merk


          No Merk, no jest at all.

          It’s root cause is not root cause are.

          And what’s up with using the word “playing” twice? You’re playing playing lexicop?

    • Night Owl December 1, 2023 at 6:43 pm #

      “Root causes”

      Here a euphemism for “truth.”

  17. RocketDoc December 1, 2023 at 11:20 am #

    As a curious person, I somehow became a conspiracist against the government. This is incorrect. I have met with no one to “conspire”.

    My large extended family gathered at Thanksgiving (+40) and only 3 of us have accusations against the gov’t for management of Covid. The others seem to think the government did what it could and the problem has now thankfully gone away.

    They do not want to talk about it. And the three of us want to talk about nothing else but we demur to keep the peace. We do love our family.

    What can change this? Our family has had no bad outcomes from vaccines (that we know of) or in my case, know of friends who have been vaccine injured. So the Reality I inhabit, being twice jabbed, argues against the term ‘slow kill bioweapon’.

    But JHK is correct, there is a whole lot of lying going on. And even more stonewalling. Just don’t answer accusations-ignore them, make fun of them. 3 years ago Kennedy called Fauci a mass murderer. And wrote a book detailing it but he is just “overwrought”. The two terms ‘died suddenly’ and ‘excess deaths’ are foundational to the belief in malign government policy but they are nowhere discussed in MSM. Would it not be helpful to have a rebuttal for all those poor souls wallowing in conspiratorial purgatory?

    I have a license to prescribe medicines. I still cannot get Walgreen’s or CVS to fill an ivermectin prescription. And what is the uptake on the bivalent Covid boosters still being pushed? 7%? 18% for 65+? Seems to me about 80% of the population has ‘suspicions’.

    But what has been done is not just a bad dream. It cannot be forgotten. And if it is, we will get another chance to be reminded…

    • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:54 pm #

      One of the best lessons I have learned is:

      Sometimes you just need to let the opposition fail!

    • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 1:38 pm #

      Well said. As ever the operative words are, Your Mileage May Vary. There are other realties. Trouble occurs when you step from one into the other. The Twilight Zone ensues. One must become like Thomas The Rhymer, a Walker between Worlds.

      • Watcher December 1, 2023 at 5:10 pm #

        “If the time were not shortened, no flesh could be saved.”

        That time is closer than anyone can grasp.

        The other realities are breaching this world. We have been led to believe in certain reality limitations based on what has passed for education in the disciplines of physics, chemistry, and geology. To our detriment, much of this has been misdirection.

        To what end has this been done? To buy time. For those who know otherwise to quietly shape the rumors, secrets, and conspiracies contrary to the public reality construct. By so doing they have increased public interest in the very secrets they have known about from the beginning. Unidentified Phenomena. Ghosts. Abductions. Animal mutilations, etc.

        “They” control both constructs. And then there is the truth. He is waiting. But the time is at hand. We are not promised tomorrow.
        That is something “they” do.


    • neurodoc December 1, 2023 at 4:18 pm #

      RocketDoc: You’re not alone with brainwashed and indoctrinated relatives. My wife’s cousin and his wife, an electrical engineer and lab tech respectively, schooled but not well educated, both, with prompting, praised illegal resident (my terms not theirs) biden as ‘doing a great job.’ When I asked what a great job was, they starting naming delusional events: helping ukraine defeat Russia, making the economy better for all people, and reducing inflation to ZERO!!!. I could not believe what I was hearing and almost told them to get their anti-psychotic meds upgraded, but decided to leave it alone. You can’t educate the retarded.

      • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 6:34 pm #


        When all you use for your information is the pap than CNN or MSNBC produces, you believe the tripe that the Dems say. It is indoctrination.

        Every once in awhile, I will turn on CNN to try to get an opposition opinion. It never lasts for more than ten minutes as the lies that are told are omnipresent and very obvious. They are definitely not for a thinking person’s viewing.

        • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 6:36 pm #

          Not retarded, indoctrinated. Like a religious sect. Remember the 70s with the religious sects, folks had to be put under psyche care after being rescued.

      • Night Owl December 1, 2023 at 6:44 pm #

        Intelligence cannot be taught.

        Many of the most intelligent people (in terms of understanding the world in a general sense) I have met did not get a university degree.

  18. So many liars December 1, 2023 at 11:28 am #

    JHK: “What follows from here in this new civil war of truth against untruth is that untruth will lose because untruth is fundamentally unsound and can’t stand on its own.”

    I would like to believe this. But from what I know of totalitarian countries like China and North Korea, the government and even the people prop up Untruth so that it doesn’t need to stand on its own.

  19. mitchellc December 1, 2023 at 11:33 am #

    Cankerpuss dropping some truth bombs.

    Problem is that he, like JHK, is still operating from a traditionalist POV, reflecting their lifelong brainwashing and lamenting what they believe once was.

    However, if you escape (mentally and/or physically) the cult and are able to see the USA/West as it truly is – and always has been – it’s like someone leaving a church and finally understanding the scam being run on everybody.

    At that point you no longer care about the latest ‘outrage’, but are merely intrigued by the process operation; sort of like train spotting.

    • Cankerpuss December 1, 2023 at 11:59 am #

      I’m working on it. Getting there.

    • kendar667 December 1, 2023 at 12:06 pm #

      The “USA” has been a privately held corporation since at least 1913 and possibly since 1871. It’s going to take a near death experience to overcome the brainwashing and lies, and possibly an actual death experience. The satanic cabal running things has very deep roots that go back centuries.

      • Rain Waters December 1, 2023 at 12:14 pm #

        Psychopathic cabal running sociopathic minions.

        • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:55 pm #


          Or just plain stupid.

          • Rain Waters December 1, 2023 at 5:35 pm #


    • GreenAlba December 1, 2023 at 12:21 pm #

      “However, if you escape (mentally and/or physically) the cult and are able to see the USA/West as it truly is – and always has been – it’s like someone leaving a church and finally understanding the scam being run on everybody.”

      Becoming aware of the Agenda has had the opposite effect on many, including some of those well known in the resistance, who have seen behind the curtain, discovered the reality of evil, and joined the Church or gone back to the faith of their youth, as a direct result.

      They include Professor Mark Crispin Miller, Dr Mike Yeadon and Katherine Watt (the paralegal who traced the legal framework put in place since the 60s to allow the current pharmaco-medical murder spree to be done ‘legally’). Many others in the resistance were already people of faith, which is what prompted them to courage, honesty and lack of fear in the first place.

      Being expected to be ‘merely intrigued by the process operation’ is a bit like being expected to admire the skills of the burglar who broke into your house while you were fast asleep. Most of us aren’t ‘programmed’ to admire psychopathy, thankfully – there’s a reason for that.

      • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 1:43 pm #

        But how many awakened to the entire Agenda, and not just one piece of it? The Invasion of the West, allowed to “happen” for supposedly humanitarian reasons is a key element.

        Many who awakened to the Vax scam don’t awaken to the Covid scam and vice versa. What to speak of awakening to the reality of the Invasion.

        • GreenAlba December 1, 2023 at 3:27 pm #

          I can’t speak for any other country (can’t even speak for mine) but I think, if you were to secretly poll all adults in the UK, for example (people say different things to a camera, as you know, or even to their friends), I think you’d find something like the following (percentages completely pulled out of a hat, on the basis of my impressions, including from reading comments under ‘news’ articles and the like):

          Concerned about immigration levels: 60%
          Against trans activist agenda, and trans grooming in schools: 90-95%
          Keenly aware of vaxx harms: 3-5%
          Vaguely suspicious of covid vaxx, even if originally jabbed: 30%
          Aware of covid as a psyop planned in advance (and, by extension, the Great Reset/digital gulag etc.): 3-5%

          Just an impression.

          • Night Owl December 1, 2023 at 6:46 pm #

            As I said above, the intertwining threads of the Great Reset agenda are too much for most to comprehend in a short period of time. It triggers anger or arrogant dismissal of the individual conveying the information in most cases.

            Lots of time will be required, but the scale of the crime is so vast that I think it cannot succeed or just made to disappear.

          • GreenAlba December 1, 2023 at 7:53 pm #

            Actually, after I typed that, I thought I’d over-estimated what percentage of people are clued up on the entire story. Perhaps it’s more like 2-3%. I hope I’m wrong. I remember Mike Yeadon saying, in one of his interviews, that he walks regularly through the High Street in Canterbury and no-one, ever, has recognised him and said ‘you’re Mike Yeadon’ (he apparently gets slightly more recognition in France).

            He guessed then that maybe 1 percent of the population would know who he was. I found that as depressing as he did – and it’s not because he’s after personal recognition, as you know. Probably half of those who know his name know it from a hit piece in the media, so know him as a crazy conspiracy theorist.

  20. socialisthater December 1, 2023 at 11:40 am #

    Too many people still miss the overriding point that should be patently obvious, had is not been continually covered up the Socialist propagandists. It is this: every Socialist government regime throughout history eventually becomes genocidal towards anyone who opposes the Socialist ideology and dictatorial power. Exactly what group–Jews, non-ethnic Russians, non-Chinese citizens, capitalists, free peoples, political conservatives, etc.–is the target just depends on how much they threaten the regime, how much material assets or financial wealth that they have, or how much resources they consume that the regime would rather have for itself and it anointed supporters.

    The basic Socialist belief is that anyone who is not a fellow Socialist (and even some who are) is not worthy of what they possess–even their own lives. Socialists don’t admire people who have been more successful in life than they have been, they envy them (that is the evil opposite of admiration), they are jealous of them, and they resent them. That makes it easy for the Socialist to support persecuting those who are more successful, robbing them (and doing so using the police power of the government is a favorite tool), persecuting them, and–ultimately–killing them. Socialists are ultimately murderers, and they can be very creative as to the tools that they use to murder–like a virus, maybe. Or, maybe the supposed “vaccine” for it.

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    • Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 11:48 am #

      That explains Bernie Sanders’ unfounded hatred of Donald Trump.

      Someone in my family once described Bernie as having contempt for success.

      • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:07 pm #



        Dems are the party of have-nots that want to steal from the haves.

        Hand tie the police and you get the ultimate display of stealing as the retail sector goes down to drain due to unopposed shoplifting. Right now, shop lifting is an accurate statement, they are stealing the entire store as the security folks just look on. By store directives.

        Screw you, Target, take your non interference and LBTGQ paraphernalia and hit the bankruptcy court.

    • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 1:46 pm #

      And who funded the Communist revolution? The neer do wells so loved by them? It took a lot of money to overthrow the Czar.

      The Bankers funded them. Why? Because Capitalism needed an offensive arm to break down traditional regimes. Capitalists are fine with Communism and Communism can become Capitalism as per China. What they aren’t fine with is Nations.

      The final order will have elements of both Capitalism and Communism – and no nations at all.

      • Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 5:15 pm #

        neer do wells – Jar


        You left out an apostrophe. It’s ne’er do wells.

        When you type something and a squiggly line appears under it, do you give a shit?

        • Night Owl December 1, 2023 at 6:47 pm #

          Do you give a shit? Most of your posts are full of typos, Q.

    • messianicdruid December 1, 2023 at 3:16 pm #

      True men are devoid of envy.

    • Anthea December 1, 2023 at 11:53 pm #

      It seems to me that there are some people who have an absolute visceral hatred for anyone who has any talents or abilities of any kind, or anyone who displays any kind of courage and enterprise. If they found out you could play the clarinet, they’d hate you for it.

  21. JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 12:02 pm #

    This progression is routed in human behavior and unfortunately failing.

    Socialist governments get into power by promising the people a better life, that smart people in the government would take care of them.

    Gimme is a human trait, they want the easy way out. It has facilitated the drive into higher technology throughout history, labor saving devices. It also greases the skids for descents into socialism and the consequent failures.

    Power people rule socialistic people. They promise the world, and never deliver. Just listen to Biden right now and his defense of Bidenomics, so typical of socialists.

    The ultimate results happen when the people find out that the socialists are full of bullshit.

    Then the next Turning starts.

    Are we there yet? Hope so, decision time is 11 months down the road, if the socialists allow it.

    • OG December 1, 2023 at 1:10 pm #

      You call for the genocide of 2.2mm Gazans so your opinion on any topic is worthless.

      • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 2:15 pm #

        no 1. No, just the elimination and removal of Hamas, if the Gaza’s get in the way, it is their problem

        No 2 Your opinion means naught. Your statement is absurd.

        • messianicdruid December 1, 2023 at 3:18 pm #

          How do they get out of the way?

          • Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 3:58 pm #

            They can’t. Hence, the suggestion from Israel that we take them.

            I’ve said before, we should just take Israel instead. They can have Massachusetts or Connecticut. We don’t need both.

          • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 5:36 pm #

            Heck of an idea, Beryl.

          • Jimpa December 3, 2023 at 2:05 pm #

            Stupid question perhaps, but I would like an answer.

            Why can’t the Palestinians move to Jordan and have that be the Palesinian state? From what I’ve heard they’re largely the same people anyway.

        • OG December 1, 2023 at 5:35 pm #

          My statement was meant to be absurd as I did to you exactly what you recently did to me. My action was instructive while yours was disgusting.

          • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 5:40 pm #

            Instructive because you said it?

            You have driven various posters off the blog with your venom.

            Not me. JHK can if he wishes, but definitely not you.

          • OG December 1, 2023 at 7:27 pm #

            I’m not trying to drive you off this board, JAZ. SSL commented on how positive are my comments and the you replied by accusing me of advocating genocide! When I constantly argue against genocide!

            Therein lies the instruction in my doing to you what you had just done to me. Get it?

          • OG December 1, 2023 at 9:14 pm #

            Also, I quote my recent post to SF (Whiny Little Puke Troll):

            “I prove myself correct and then dweebs like 100, HE, MQ, Gus, ak_mofo, et al rage-quit like little boys and girls rather than simply say, ‘You’re right’ like men. Sad but true.”

            That is, it is not my venom that had them rage-quit. It was their sickly pride.

    • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 1:51 pm #

      Competition is often a sin. A race to the bottom as in Boston’s Big Dig. Who can deliver the most for the least amount of money and time. Quality? Fuck it. Those paid to watch were paid not to watch.

      It only works – and it only worked – because of the residual non-Capitalist morality pervading the West. That’s gone and now it’s not going to work nearly as well.

      As De Tocqueville said, America is great because America is good. When it is no longer good, it will not longer be great. It’s a process that he seemed to intuit. Once the moral underpinnings are undermined by Capitalism itself, everything begins to fall apart.

  22. RD3 December 1, 2023 at 12:04 pm #

    At least Kissinger is in Hell now.

    • tlauria December 1, 2023 at 12:59 pm #

      Things are looking up. The world’s a better place.

      • RD3 December 1, 2023 at 1:03 pm #

        Only the good die young. It is astonishing the lengths to which these demons will go to stay alive. Even if they won’t acknowledge it, they know deep down, that there is a Heaven and a Hell, and that they are going to burn for eternity after they draw their last breath.

        • OG December 1, 2023 at 2:30 pm #

          Close. They are in limbo right now. Jesus Christ of Nazareth will come again to judge the living and the dead (i.e. Judgement Day). After that, then they will burn in Hell for all eternity (alum time).

          • RD3 December 1, 2023 at 2:32 pm #

            All souls are in limbo until the Judgement? As a Catholic, I can’t believe that.

          • messianicdruid December 1, 2023 at 3:27 pm #


            “ Do not marvel at this; for an hour is coming, in which all who are in the tombs will hear His voice, and will come forth; those who did the good deeds to a resurrection of life, those who committed the evil deeds to a resurrection of judgment.

            He was describing the general resurrection of all the dead, “great and small,” that John wrote of. Believers will then be given “a resurrection of life,” while the unbelievers will receive judgment.

            This general resurrection is still a thousand years into the future. We ourselves should be more concerned with the first resurrection and how to qualify as overcomers.”

          • tom clark December 1, 2023 at 3:32 pm #


          • GreenAlba December 1, 2023 at 3:49 pm #

            I don’t have your Catholic insights, but I recall being told, while reading Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man at school, that Limbo was a Catholic concept meant to be a (permanent?) place for unbaptised babies, a notion that struck me as pretty horrific at the time. Not the same as Purgatory (also a Catholic concept).

          • GreenAlba December 1, 2023 at 4:15 pm #

            “[…] those who did the good deeds to a resurrection of life […]”

            “Believers will then be given “a resurrection of life […]”

            ‘Believers’ is not synonymous with ‘those who did the good deeds’, though, is it?

          • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 5:50 pm #


            You are right!!

            Both concepts invented by a bunch of power priests, bishops and Popes to put the fear of God into ignorant serfs during the Middle Ages. Kings quaked in front of Popes who threatened excommunication to Hell.

            The indulgence craze con job of the late Middle Ages made Luther nail the Theses to the Wittenberg cathedral door. The beginning of the end of absolute power by the RCC. The Black Plague and the inability of the church to do anything about it was the second nail in the coffin. Henry the Eighth thumbing his nose at the pope split the church forever.

            As usual, power destroys all good things.

          • messianicdruid December 1, 2023 at 8:17 pm #

            Some believers believe in good deeds. Some believers believe in fellowship. Some of these believers do not believe in God’s Law [ or certain other portions of the Bible ]. Some unbelievers believe portions of the Bible [ the part about murder ].

            Believe = by-live [ what you live by is what you believe ]

            Q believes in concise written communication.
            Jarek believes in white people.
            Zazalle believes in anarchy.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 9:47 am #

            Zaz believes in ethical/non-illegitimately-coercive/laterally-hierarchic/mutually-consensual relationships that, on a macro scale, is simply called anarchy.

            Most people do.

          • messianicdruid December 2, 2023 at 11:30 am #

            There are laws about all these things.

          • Qwibqwib December 2, 2023 at 3:19 pm #

            messianicdruid said: “We ourselves should be more concerned with the first resurrection and how to qualify as overcomers.”

            Do you believe that people can earn their salvation? How do you define a “gift”? Do you believe that people are destined to either come to the Lord or not? Do you think Man has free will?

            Big question: How is it that we can “qualify” as overcomers?

          • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 10:16 pm #

            The law of physics.

  23. Paula D December 1, 2023 at 12:05 pm #

    Substack is a good place for free speech.

    Meryl Nass is all over the newest power grab by the WHO. She puts out an article just about every day.


    IMO, this WHO power grab, an attempt to destroy personal and national sovereignty, is the newest Trojan Horse by global cap.
    They tried for 20 years with the WTO, but an alarmed public foiled them.
    So they terrorized people with a bioweapon and are now trying again.


    The US signed the 1972 treaty banning Biological and Chemical Weapons.
    Any treaty signed by the US becomes national law, according to the Constitution.

    So why is the US now signing onto a treaty which not only breaks the 1972 treaty, but requires every country to have bioweapons labs and share potential pathogens with each other?????


    We most definitely live in a time of lawlessness, or rather, a time when powerful corporations are rewriting the laws to further enrich the global elite.

    It’s a new feudalism being put into place, and we are the serfs.

    • loosethedogs December 1, 2023 at 12:53 pm #

      Who will watch the watchers? When the organizations designated to enforce the laws fail to do their sworn duties you end up with chaos, ie a lawless society.

      • Watcher December 1, 2023 at 5:25 pm #

        The original watchers were angels. They were supposed to look after humanity and they disobeyed. Thus they fell, and were replaced. Nebuchadnezzar was approached in a dream by holy watchers.

        We see lawlessness because there must be lawlessness to set up what is coming.

        Only the condition of perpetual lawlessness, war, suffering, and hopelessness will drive the people to embrace what will be offered. This lawlessness is intentional.

        They want the people to beg for any solution to get past the time we are passing through the door of.

        That solution will be presented. It will answer everything. The people will line up to swear into it. A new type of citizenship. New oaths. Dark oaths.

        • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 5:56 pm #


          Have you heard of the Book of Judas, the Coptic book?

          It puts a whole new light on Holy Week and on Judas himself.

          Very briefly, Jesus needed help to set up His sacrifice and Judas was his go-to man.

    • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 1:52 pm #

      Marx hated nations. Sinn Fein hates the Ireland.

      • Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 5:49 pm #

        Sinn Fein hates the Ireland. – Jar


        Is that like “the” Netherlands, “the” Philippines, “the” Ukraine and now “the” Ireland?

        • Night Owl December 1, 2023 at 6:52 pm #

          “or the Netherlands or Holland”


          ” the Ukraine
          country in eastern Europe on the northern coast of the Black Sea; capital Kyiv area 233,032 square miles (603,550 square kilometers), population 43,952,000
          NOTE: Ukraine was a constituent republic of the Soviet Union from 1923 to 1991. In the past Ukraine was frequently referred to as the Ukraine; however, since Ukraine declared independence in 1991, most newspapers and magazines have adopted the style of referring to Ukraine without a preceding the, and this has become the more common styling.”


          Well you got one right, Q; one wrong; and one is still technically a matter of choice.

          If only you had the skills to back up your acts.

        • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 10:38 pm #

          ” ‘Sinn Fein hates the Ireland.’ – Jar


          Is that like “the” Netherlands, “the” Philippines, “the” Ukraine and now “the” Ireland?” ~ Q. Shtik


          The Q. Shtik, The Jarek, The Night Owl, The Man They Call Zazelle.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 10:39 pm #

            ^^ Superhero team.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 10:39 pm #

            If you guys had one super power, what would it be?

        • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 1:59 pm #

          It’s my Island/Ireland.

    • Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 5:38 pm #

      I don’t have your Catholic insights, but I recall being told, – GA


      Heaven, Hell, Limbo, Purgatory… it’s all a crock of hogwash, GA.

      Do not concern yourself with it. You’re born, you live, you die, and that’s it. It’s all over… same as if you’re a bacterium.

  24. RD3 December 1, 2023 at 12:06 pm #

    Excellent essay. My only quibble is that this can’t be the second civil war, because we never had a first.

  25. loosethedogs December 1, 2023 at 12:49 pm #

    JHK: Thank you for writing about the DOD being behind all this. Most pundits are ignoring this fact hoping to divert all liability and attention to the vax manufacturers. People have to wake up to their real enemies in this country.

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  26. Mister Roboto December 1, 2023 at 12:52 pm #

    I was looking at the list of US military casualties for all the wars this country has fought, and it turns out that the number of Covid vaccine deaths comes close to but still exceeds the total US military casualties (combat and non-combat) for what we somewhat misleadingly call “The Civil War” (655,000). That war was a bit odd for a major US war in that the number of non-combat casualties for both the Union and Confederate militaries exceeded combat casualties. My guess would be starvation and disease were the greatest contributors to the non-combat casualty figures.

    • RD3 December 1, 2023 at 1:02 pm #

      The North murdered civilians: children, women, the elderly, and black non-combatants, as a matter of policy. They couldn’t defeat Southern soldiers on the battlefield, so they had to target civilians, bring in 250,000 starving Irish mercenaries and run them to the front line, refuse prisoner swaps, etc. and fight a war of attrition.

      There was no reason for Southern prisoners of war to starve. The North had no shortage of resources. They starved them out of cruelty. Camp Douglas is the largest mass grave in North America, and its where the North dumped the Southern soldiers, most of whom were murdered.

      • Mister Roboto December 1, 2023 at 1:27 pm #

        I don’t doubt any of that. The South starved its Union prisoners because towards the end of the war, they didn’t even have enough food for themselves.

        • RD3 December 1, 2023 at 1:32 pm #

          Yes. They couldn’t feed themselves. Also, there was more disease in the South due to the warmer climate.

      • Mister Roboto December 1, 2023 at 1:29 pm #

        And for the sake of clarity, I would add that I am pretty sure that Wikipedia was only talking about military casualties. The total number of Americans that perished in that war probably surpassed a full million.

      • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 1:54 pm #

        Yes, the Southern Cause was just. It’s amazing how many people still don’t realize that yet rave about Palestine, etc.

        The German Cause also. They were fighting the Bankers, the ones behind the WEF.

        • RD3 December 1, 2023 at 1:58 pm #

          The Lincoln Myth is the central tenet of the American Empire. Without that, the whole charade collapses.

  27. neurodoc December 1, 2023 at 1:04 pm #

    Currently, the ‘tyrants that be,’ e.g. who, wef, cdc, ccp, dnc, fda, are prepping (i.e. indoctrinating) doctors and nurses for the next bullshit plandemic: WHITE LUNG SYNDROME, and yes, it’s from china. Despite the specific ’cause’ not yet being known or advertised, it is called a pneumonia (which only means a lung infection of some type, most of which, including SARS/COV, show up as ‘white spots’ on xrays). And, surprise, surprise, pfizer apparently has a ‘vaxxine.’ Bend over and get ready for election 2024 to be stolen; same people, same playbook, same genocide.

    As a side note: mycoplasma pneumonia ( a very mild bacterial pneumonia, aka ‘walking pneumonia,’ with a very low death rate) typically shows big white fluffy clouds on lung xray. That is exactly what is being seen in cases WHITE LUNG in Mass., and Ohio. Think common cold/flu being hyped up as COVID. Now we’ll have mycoplasma pneumonia being hyped up as the dreaded and ‘deadly’ WHITE LUNG!!! Oh No!!!

    All the morons will be wearing masks and social distancing very soon, and dying in numbers thereafter.

    • neurodoc December 1, 2023 at 1:11 pm #

      ….thereafter taking the new WHITE LUNG vaxx.

    • beantownbill. December 1, 2023 at 1:48 pm #

      @ neurodoc:

      Thanks for your description of white lung. Now I know we will not get any pharma treatment, not that we were going to anyway.

      As you may have read, both my wife and I got sick from attending a crowded party. We’re almost all better, but still have a few slight remnant symptoms such as a runny nose, some coughing, etc, but we feel ok, just not perfect.

      I had us both taking a lot of zinc, plus our regular supplements, plus a lot of herb tea with manuka honey. I’ve had bad colds before, but strangely, this one was not as bad as it could have been. My wife is 80 with multiple myeloma, and I’m 78. You’d think this infection would have made us very ill, but it didn’t.

      The one pharma thing we did was my wife giving me Nyquil so I could sleep thru the night. Another funny thing – the Nyquil drugged me into sleeping for 11 hours without moving. When I woke up, my throat and chest were congested to the point I was concerned I was developing pneumonia. I took even more zinc and moving around helped me clear out the congestion. I was fine thereafter. Isn’t it interesting that I became sick only when I took standard pharma meds?

      • neurodoc December 1, 2023 at 2:02 pm #

        In France, which gets rated the #1 best medical system in the world. year after year, their doctors routinely prescribe Elderberry Extract 10:1 (available on Amazon), taken in 2-4 capsules four times daily for viral upper respiratory infections. (Apparently the French, aside from being rather ‘uppity,’ aren’t plagued by the Rockefellar/Big Pharma menace that controls US medicine). My family and I use Elderberry Extract for all colds and flus and it never fails. I take it preventatively at 1-2 caps per day; when ill, we take 4 capsules four times daily for about 3-4 days. FYI

        • beantownbill. December 1, 2023 at 2:12 pm #

          I should take elderberry, but I haven’t had to yet. I believe I will. I’m going to Whole Foods later in the day and buy some. Thanks.

        • elysianfield December 1, 2023 at 3:39 pm #

          “…their doctors routinely prescribe Elderberry Extract 10:1 (available on Amazon), taken in 2-4 capsules four times daily for viral upper respiratory infections.”

          Yeah, but they also eat snails and revere Jerry Lewis….

          • neurodoc December 1, 2023 at 4:36 pm #

            Nobody is perfect, especially the French. Years ago, I was in a post doc fellowship program in Neuro-Immunology and Immunopathology with Italians, Germans, English, Americans and French. The Italians were delightful, smart and fun, the Germans and English were courteous and bright; the French were asshats to a person (100%), constantly complaining about the US and how their system was superior and wondering why they came here. They never mentioned Jerry Lewis but did complain about having difficulty finding ‘good’ escargot. 🙂

          • elysianfield December 1, 2023 at 4:58 pm #

            Great story.

        • GreenAlba December 1, 2023 at 4:01 pm #

          French doctors were demonstrating earlier this year against the undue influence of Pharma in medical practice.

          • GreenAlba December 1, 2023 at 4:04 pm #

            Or maybe last year – can’t remember. Brought to a head by covid, obviously. All French people from 12 upwards had to be vaxxed every 4 months to keep their covid pass green, to be able to get into shopping malls, cafes etc.

        • JohnAZ December 1, 2023 at 6:53 pm #

          Thank you too, Neurodoc.

          This very persistent cough I have had may have a diagnosis.

          I have had lots of mucus production causing the racking coughing. Lots. Onset was in Scotland on a cruise but incubation is 2-3 weeks so I got it here before the cruise. Occasional sore throat, ear pain during the course. Took a Z-pack and prednisone to no effect. Interestingly, changed lisinopril to Losartan and that helped, but not totally. I am at the end, but still occasionally having a coughing jag. My wife got it,maybe from Me?, in Chicago. She is still in the acute phase, but starting to improve.

          M. Pneumonea is the smallest free living life-form. It has no cell wall and therefore is resistant to antibiotics.

          If you get a lingering cough, no lung involvement, not even a runny nose, it may be this little sucker. It is frustrating as heck. We have not even had a fever, but malaise at times.

          We will try the elderberry extract.

          • OG December 2, 2023 at 12:45 am #

            Maybe God is punishing you for making false accusations, JAZ.

          • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 12:56 am #

            Nah, but maybe He is punishing me with you.

          • OG December 2, 2023 at 10:03 am #

            JAZ, it was you that blind-sided, sucker-punched, cold-cocked and maligned me with your “absurd” allegations against me (being pro-genocide while I have strenuously argued against genocide my whole life!). In hindsight, perhaps you should not have started your stupid war against me, Dipshit.

            I am disappointed, JAZ. I thought that you were a man.

            Perhaps all this speculation about the long-term effects of the jabaroos crossing the blood/brain barrier (slowly causing a constant decrease in warmth (i.e. humanity) and a constant increase in illogical agitation) was correct. Perhaps.

            Or … I was recently reading an Oct. 2021 CFN and you were bragging up your most recent jabaroo, belittling your first couple of days side-effects and ridiculing us warning you to not take it. That is, perhaps you were an asshole even before you got hoodwinked and Covid-jabbed. Perhaps.

            You must do one of the following, Dipshit:

            1) Show the board my quotes on which you base such serious allegations against me.
            2) Immediately withdraw these horrific allegations against me and apologize.
            3) Endure me holding you accountable for your bearing false witness against me.
            4) Rage-quit out of sickly pride like 100, HE, MQ, Gus, ak_mofo, et al.

            God has not directly instructed me to reveal the truth about you but I do pray to Him every day and I do feel compelled to do so, Dipshit.

          • neurodoc December 2, 2023 at 1:27 pm #

            AZ: I’ve seen erythromycin and zithromycin work for mycoplasma, even tho you are correct that, in theory, they should not. Could it be that there are things we don’t know about the human body….NAAAH (a quote from Theodoric of York, Medieval Physician, played by Steve Martin on SNL many years ago)

    • stelmosfire December 1, 2023 at 2:20 pm #

      I don’t want to sound racis, but I’d take White Lung over Black Lung anyday.

      • elysianfield December 2, 2023 at 12:44 am #

        Black Lungs Matter….

    • Night Owl December 1, 2023 at 6:33 pm #

      I have noticed an uptick in mask tards around my parts lately.

      Most times I made it a point to openly laugh at them as we passed one another.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle December 1, 2023 at 11:25 pm #

        Uptick here a little too. Must be some ‘news’ they’re getting from somewhere. If you laugh, they might not connect it with their mask-wearing.

        I try to tell myself that different people are going to see things differently and do different things, like wear masks. As long as they don’t impose any of it on me, I try to stick to myself and leave them alone.

        Perhaps they are nurturing and exposing themselves to a whole lot of micro flora and fauna in their masks and becoming immune to it by exposure.

        So maybe down the road, we will somehow owe it to their own novel forms of immunity that we missed out on for lack of wearing masks when we didn’t have to.

        Does that make sense?

      • RD3 December 1, 2023 at 11:46 pm #

        “I have noticed an uptick in mask tards around my parts lately.”

        Me too. I chuckle as I pass them, as well.

        I was “late-game” directionally shamed by a petrified black man in the grocery store about a year ago. My local grocery store had never removed the directional arrows on the floor of aisles that had been there since the beginning of the plandemic. I was, apparently, moving my buggy against the intended flow, and this old Negro took to turning his cart sideways and blocking me from going against traffic. I laughed at him and banged his cart out of the way as I surveyed the oatmeal. He was incensed. He was double masked and petrified. I’m sure he’s dead now.

        I’ve also noted an uptick in tards I pass on the roadway, wearing a mask with no one else in the vehicle.

        • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 9:44 am #

          …this old Negro took to turning his cart sideways…” ~ RD3

          This is bullshit– way too much bullshit on this site’s comment section– and easy to write in some online corner behind an anonymous nick.

          During the so-called pandemic, I had extremely-rare issues with people that if I was you could lump into some category or another, but it would be a cop-out.

          It’s too easy to pin a crime on someone.

          ” ‘Give me the man and I will give you the case against him’…or ‘show me the man and I’ll show you the crime’ is a saying that was popularized in Poland in the period of the People’s Republic of Poland, attributed to the Stalinist-era Soviet jurist Andrey Vyshinsky, or the Soviet secret police chief Lavrentiy Beria. It refers to the miscarriage of justice in the form of the abuse of power by the jurists, who can find the defendant guilty of ‘something’ if they so desire. The saying is related specifically to the concept of the presumption of guilt.” ~ Wikipedia

          • Jarek December 2, 2023 at 1:09 pm #

            So it wasn’t a Black man? Or if it was he shouldn’t have said so?

            This kind of mentality leads to leaving race out of perpetrator descriptions.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 10:23 pm #

            We don’t have races yet, at least from particular standpoints, save for the human race, despite some people’s insistence.

            Also, I’ve yet to see a charcoal-black or eggshell-white human. All appear in diverse shades/tones of brown.

            My ‘people’, and yours too, can be found in many different people of different backgrounds, cultures, shades/tones around the planet.

          • Soul Forensics December 3, 2023 at 1:30 am #

            “I’ve yet to see a charcoal-black or eggshell-white human. All appear in diverse shades/tones of brown.” — Zaz

            OK, how’s this?

            The negro gent could’ve been lighter than obsidian, but darker than raccoon shit.

          • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 2:01 pm #

            You dropped everything to focus on the fact that a White had said “Negro” – classic liberal response.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle December 4, 2023 at 6:03 am #

            Break out your Ku Klux Klan hoods, boys.

    • Lieutenant Biiwa December 2, 2023 at 12:15 pm #

      The lung, she matter. I talk to voodoo doctor. Fish, she is very small.

    • Paula D December 3, 2023 at 12:27 pm #

      Dr. Campbell is all over it. Unlike with covid, he is already skeptical of the claims and what the WHO leaves out.


  28. beantownbill. December 1, 2023 at 1:11 pm #

    Most of my life has been spent searching for “reality”. Now, I don’t know what that is. I suspect that reality is like quantum mechanics, dependent on the observer. I’m not sure there is an ultimate reality.
    After all these years of living, the best I can come up with is: Call me Schultzy – I know nothing.

    So everything I say is just an opinion. What I think is:

    We have been ruled by powerful forces and people since the beginning of our country. We can see some of the methodology. We have an idea of some of what’s happening, but not everything.

    JHK can see more clearly than me. I have a little of his positive thinking, but nowhere near as much as I used to. We the people have no power to change outcomes – unless we act. Therein lies the issue. America hasn’t got the wherewithal for effective group action. I see our society functioning until it can’t. Then it will be survival of the fittest and the luckiest.

    2024 I think is the critical year. If we are ever going to move forward as a species, this coming year will tell the tale because there ain’t no alternate or room for error. It seems God has given us a choice between heaven and hell. I am waiting both anxiously and curiously to see the outcome.

    • neurodoc December 1, 2023 at 1:33 pm #

      Beantown: I agree with your analysis, esp the issue of the need to ACT and lack of wherewithal for such action. I suspect that people will only act when the banks collapse, from derivative hyper-gambling or hyperinflation, making pensions (if any still exist) only able to buy a single loaf of bread. This is coming sooner than most think: UBS just defaulted, Moody’s data are showing big banks sitting on massive losses around $1Trillion, and the US Corp has a USTbond tranche payment of $7.6TRILLION coming up in early 2024 that will need to be paid/unwound (not possible) or monetized (always the solution) a la Zimbobwe or Weimar. The USCorp either defaults and dissolves (we could only hope) or it prints its way out of default. We all know what’s going to happen.

    • Watcher December 1, 2023 at 5:57 pm #

      We do have a choice. A loving parent does not want automatons. He created us with the ability to choose so that we could choose Him freely. No one will force or be forced into the kingdom of heaven.

      What lies behind the powerful forces you speak of are principalities, powers, and spirits of darkness that are influencing the rulers of this world to maneuver elements into place for what is coming.

      The choice we have is to decide whether we are going to serve the lawless ones, or our Creator.

      Make no mistake, we are facing spiritual darkness. This goes beyond any human element. Without the One, we have nothing to withstand the “others”. This is a war that transcends the physical. We are not in a war with people. The struggle is against spirit beings who desire our doom. They themselves are doomed because of what they have done against us, against the most precious thing God has created. You.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 10:13 pm #

        Is this the Watcher from POB?

  29. Beryl of Oyl December 1, 2023 at 1:18 pm #

    Did we all see the Deadspin reporter try to cancel a little boy for wearing what the reporter erroneously called blackface to a Kansas City Chiefs game?

    When it was pointed out to the asshole, Carron Phillips, that the lad had the other side of his face painted red, the team colors, the grown man threw an even bigger hissy-fit over what a child wore to a sporting match.

    It turns out the lad, who was also wearing a headdress, has Indian (feather) ancestry.

    Now various feather Indian groups are weighing in on whether it’s okay for a kid to wear a headdress if he wants to.

    I am now of the America, love it or leave it persuasion. I can’t stand any more from these people.

    • beantownbill. December 1, 2023 at 1:54 pm #

      Welcome to the club (although I think you were already there).

    • Jarek December 1, 2023 at 2:12 pm #

      Immigrants are the only real Americans. They and the Indians. The Whites who built it have to go so “it” can become the Terrible Beauty the Globalists have planned.

  30. The Man They Call Zazelle December 1, 2023 at 2:17 pm #

    Just rolling some comments toward Jarek…


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  31. Roundball Shaman December 1, 2023 at 2:56 pm #

    “So, here we are now in a Second Civil War.”

    This more like (at least) the Third Civil War. We know about Lincoln’s ‘Freeing dem Slaves’ also known as ‘Destroying States Rights in America for All Time’ — Civil War #1. The Second Civil War was (choose your favorite date) when ‘They’ (the great blob of hidden hands that appear like ugly ghouls out of the dark Deep State) declared war on the American People. Could be ‘63, could be ‘13′, or could be much earlier. That was Civil War #2. So what we have now is (at least) Civil War Three re: ‘Truth’.

    “Between truth and untruth.”

    There is not so much a war between Truth and Untruth as it is two sides of the same coin. Truth and Untruth are what You-Say-It-Is. Yes, there is such a thing as ‘objective shared reality’ in a sense. But as the Sages have taught us… The Outside is but a reflection of your Inside and what your thoughts and beliefs are. So we all have our own personal universe composed of bits of truths and untruths but we treat all of that as just another one big blob of what we call Reality.

    If Orange Man is ‘evil’ according to the deluded masses that thinks so, then Orange Man is evil. If Orange Man is our savior according to other deluded masses, then thus he is that. Both ‘realities’ are existing parallel and side-by-side and neither of these is ‘true’ but most everyone thinks it is one way or the other. The (actual) truth of this is something else.

    We don’t really care about someone else’s ‘reality’. We conjure and like our very own. And not even married partners who pledge eternal love and faithfulness to each other ‘forever’ don’t agree upon a single universe… as reflected in the half of all marriages that end in shambles and endless court filings.

    None of us live in ‘The Truth’ – whatever that would be. We each decide upon a bunch of pleasing narratives that feed into some dark needs inside of us and we call that ‘Reality!’. And if we are selfish and snotty… we then insist that everyone else accept our sorry-ass version of ‘The Truth!’.

    So actually what we are doing is having various factions argue about which version of a distorted picture of Life has the most ‘pure’ (?) version. Begging the question… how can one ever have a ‘pure’ version of what is actually at its heart a lie?

    “… CDC, the FDA, the NIH, the NIAID and their many fiefdoms, into a gigantic engine of death fueled by incessant and persistent lying.”

    What is the ‘truth’ here? Those rogues gallery of horse-manure-heads see the Covid Shot Death March as a raging success. While anyone who is not fully insane sees it as purposeful mass death created by soulless monsters who already have one-and-a-half feet planted into Hell.

    “The net result of all this is Western Civilization saturating itself in lies.”

    Western Civilization (and all others) was always based in lies. What are the drivers of Western Civilization? The primary drivers are Government, The Church, and Science. And all of those institutions were hatched by and are sustained by persisting Lies. If ‘the truth’ were really known… they would all collapse in a New York Minute. Lies are the currency that bond a people… a culture… a civilization. People come together and agree upon a set of lies. And call that Truth.

    This is not so say that everything in those institutions is a lie. There is some truth mixed in there. But big lies are the bonds that hold the whole thing together.

    “Lies, lies – I can’t believe a word you say
    Lies, lies – Are gonna make you sad someday”
    – The Knickerbockers

    “Liar, liar, pants on fire – Your nose is longer than a telephone wire”
    – The Castaways

    • beantownbill. December 1, 2023 at 3:43 pm #

      What I essentially said upthread

    • Jarek December 2, 2023 at 1:11 pm #

      There are truths mixed in with the lies. Otherwise, it wouldn’t have stood all this time.

      Stop being so negative. I don’t say stop being negative, just so negative.

      • Roundball Shaman December 2, 2023 at 2:19 pm #

        A lie by itself is neutral. It is about what is being done with the lie that is the problem. Such as…

        The lies that got Americans involved in Vietnam. Or the lies about 9-11. Or the lies about the Death Shots.


        ‘No Honey, you DON’T look fat!’ or ‘Yes kids, Santa is coming soon!’

        All of these and countless others can be lies. But how these lies are used… and what their intent is… makes the difference.

        Lies about Vietnam and 9-11 are meant to do great harm and are intended that way.

        Lies about the weight of your mate can be made in the spirit of not hurting them or harming the overall relationship.

        And lies about Santa might not be lies at all. This doesn’t mean that a fat guy in a red suit is coming down the chimney. But YOU can be Santa in their young lives.

        So, we all live in a Sea of Lies. We can’t help it. But it is what we do with them – and what our intent is – that makes the difference.
        And how overall committed we are to the ‘truth’ in our lives.

  32. stonned December 1, 2023 at 4:16 pm #

    You insist on misdirecting by calling a vast group of FOOK’N CRIMINALS “the blob”.

    The FOOK’N CRIMINALS infest the gubburnmint and its agencies.


    And it may now be said the FOOK’N CRIMINALS are also WE THE PEOPLE.

    Get ready for the FINAL FLUSH.


  33. mitchellc December 1, 2023 at 4:48 pm #

    While I admire Heller’s catch-22 phrase, I enjoy my original even more:

    “No one wants to be the Indian; everyone wants to be a cowboy.”

    By the time the English settlers began arriving 130 years after Columbus, the native American population had already been drastically reduced by that era’s versions of covid bio weapons.

    The resulting take over gave birth to the sense of ownership and entitled among us, the descendents of those European raiders. It’s still prevalent to this very day, forming an indelible imprint that manifests itself as a unique American trait.

    But the beautiful irony, the thing that really deserves a soft inward whistle of appreciation, is the lack of awareness among JHK and others who don’t seem quite able to comprehend that we’re now the Palestinians that need to be physically eliminated ie just like a root canal.

    So why is everyone complaining about the evil doers who unleashed CV on the general public to accomplish just that?

    Because, no one wants to be the Indian; everyone wants to be a cowboy.

    • OG December 1, 2023 at 5:20 pm #

      That was the most profound comment that I’ve read in a long time. I don’t always agree with you, Mitch, but you just slugged that one right out of the ballpark!

    • Why_weren't_we_asked_about_Degrowth December 1, 2023 at 5:28 pm #

      They call it entitled. Second and Third generation Americans of all races not exactly feel or expect, no they demand a “working justice system, fair elections, a government that doesn’t spy on them, freedom of speech in what ever form it takes. The fact that America has devolved into a place where technology companies share data on Americans that are liking Trump posts so that the government security agencies can put them on a watch list like a fucking East German Statsi wet dream is repulsive.

      The Indians on the strip mall plains have more power in a capitalist consumer economy this time. BOYCOTT

    • jim December 3, 2023 at 2:37 pm #

      “…no one wants to be the Indian; everyone wants to be a cowboy.”

      mitchellic: What is the cause or causes of such aggressiveness?—human nature, an anarchic inter-state system or what?

      Is it a unique American trait?

  34. liber8tor December 1, 2023 at 4:57 pm #

    Here it is. Sticking in your face (everyone’s face) like a bad case of poison Ivy.

    What to do? Hard to tell.

  35. Why_weren't_we_asked_about_Degrowth December 1, 2023 at 5:12 pm #

    Great Article Jim! I read a puff piece for MRNA in the MIT Technology Review 8 or 9 years ago. The article admitted that patient trial testing of MRNA drugs failed in every medical application for years because of too many significant side effects.

    On a side note Dick Durbin (Wanker) blocked Sen. Marsha Blackburns (R) subpoena to release the Jeffery Epstein’s flight logs. Hmm Pedo protector or maybe the flight log list loses all its power once it’s released.

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    • OG December 1, 2023 at 5:22 pm #

      It’s wake-up time.


  36. OG December 1, 2023 at 6:16 pm #

    @Whiny Little Puke Troll,

    You didn’t at all answer my very reasonable take.

    Your “take” is not “reasonable” let alone “very reasonable.” Your “take” is nothing more than a series of uninformed bad assumptions.

    How is it possible that someone who “rubs elbows with” (your words in another post) high rollers on Bay Street for over a decade before 2008 was clueless about the pro-fiat scams and bullshit going down by those same people?

    See? You have not a clue.

    1- All scams are “pro-fiat.” Give me an example of an “anti-fiat” scam, you dope.

    2- You have not a clue what a top-ranked Equity Research Department even does or how it is a key cost centre in facilitating how major investment banks make institutional money or how the high rollers within make their money in that environment but that hardly stops you from speaking when you should be listening.

    Bay Street is way bigger than you assume. The high rollers that I rubbed elbows with were performing their career under the very same fiat system as the rest of us. You think that our analysts and our management and our management’s management were rubbing their hands together in evil glee while maniacally laughing as they conned earth with their “pro-fiat” scams. That is correct: you are a moron.

    How is possible? It’s not. The problem lies in your bad assumptions that form your question. The high rollers that I produced equity research hard-copy and web development products with and for were not “those same people.” They were completely different people.

    I rubbed elbows in the trenches of producing equity research with Bay Street high rollers (i.e. people still far from Hank Paulson and his ilk). I understand that, from your view near the base of the pyramid, they must all look to be the “same people” up there – but they are not. Once you get up higher, you can then see that there is still a shit-ton of pyramid between Bay Street high rollers and the capstone.

    Did they mysteriously clam up about their scams when you entered the room?

    You are delusional. In Canada, Equity Research works very closely with Compliance to ensure that their squeaky-clean morals, ethics and code are meticulously maintained. Deviants from the highest of ethical standards are pruned whenever necessary (virtually never).

    The high rollers that I worked with were not involved in “pro-fiat scams.” They were law-abiding citizens playing the game by the fiat rules that surround us all.

    You picture them all sitting on an Akroyd/Murphy film set – devilishly discussing their latest “pro-fiat scam” and I show up for our 11am meeting with Desktop Publishing and the criminal perps must change gears to discuss database and publishing aspects of the business.

    Of course, vis-à-vis the real world, you haven’t a clue while you continue to make all sorts of stupid-on-display assumptions.

    My management was running an equity research department and its necessary relationships with our profit centres (Corporate Finance and Institutional Sales & Trading). It was not engaged in “pro-fiat scams,” you dope.

    Did you not socialize with any of them, on the job or away?

    I remember going up to Deerhurst Resort (where Shaina Twain got her start) like a month after landing on Bay Street (at Nesbitt Thomson on Oct. 8, 1992). After one night of partying up there, I was ridiculed in a drunken rant by a silver-spooner for my not “fitting in.”

    Out of obligation, I did attend their social functions in the early years (1992-1998) but, once I had proprietary built everything that they needed to run their $100mm/year department, they needed me as much as I needed them. Once that was established, I stopped going to their social shit because I never “fit in.” [As mentioned before, I was an acid-dropping hot-knifer from north Regina mired in a sea of Ontario silver-spooners.]

    Nobody there was involved in any “pro-fiat scams” and they sure as hell wouldn’t be blabbing to the whole department about it if they were. D’uh!

    Bay Street high rollers “swim in millions” legally. They do their jobs (analyzing stocks in the stock market) diligently and brilliantly and with top-notch ethics and integrity.

    Of course on the interwebz anyone can say anything they want. That’s why pattern recognition, and dubious claims, are valuable in sussing out someone’s autobiography.

    What claims have I made that you find “dubious”?

    You’re “sussing out” my autobiography (i.e. biography, you blowhard) and are somehow convinced that it’s vastly different than my “dubious claims”? Is that what you are saying?

    Suss away, you whiny little puke troll. I tell the truth so all your sussing can’t possibly amount to a hill of beans.

    “Great family men and women.” Another howler. I met my fair share of stockbrokers in the Vancouver scam operation. More wildly speculative there, but the same seedy passions stir among them all.

    You are so very clueless. Equity Research on Bay Street versus retail stock brokers out in the country is like the NHL versus my old-timers beer league.

    You have no clue of what you speak yet you just keep spewing. That is the very definition of stupid, little man.

    You know some scumbag retail brokers (Surprise! Surprise!), therefore you know Bay Street? You and your bad assumptions are an embarrassment to logic.

    Pro-fiat scum who only care about squeezing $$ out of clueless clients who — themselves greedy — want to also catch the tail of the next “7-bagger”, to use your own lingo re gold.

    Are you incapable of learning? I have already told you that high rollers in a top-ranked Equity Research Department have nothing to do with retail investing. But retail investing is all that you know so … do you learn from an expert? No, you just keep bringing your clueless assumptions fruitlessly trying to refute the expert. You, little man, are a moron. Sad but true.

    That very term, “7-bagger” — on exponential profit — is predicated on the glories of fiat money. Even with gold, any value it may have in the future is as a stable means of trading in a hyperinflationary or deflationary world. It’s not meant as an exponential market-timed profit generator in and of itself.

    A 7-bagger over decades is hardly exponential. A 7-bagger over decades is linear (see goldprice.org/gold-price-charts/30-year-gold-price-history-in-us-dollars-per-ounce ]. Like Zilcher, you are none too bright while you act bright and usually get away with it because you’re smarter than most (i.e. 130s).

    Yes, we all had to play in the evil fiat system as that was the world we lived in. That was the only system there was. That’s hardly my fault.

    You’re a total fraud, a transparent liar and phony. A greedy pro-fiat, pro-exponential financial growth blowhard.

    You keep calling me a “fraud” but you refuse to answer upon what I have been fraudulent.

    I am not greedy. I am generous to a fault. My ex-wife fumed as I generously gave to the poor.

    I am anti-fiat and have always stated so since majoring in Economics in the mid-1980s and while living my adult life in our fiat paradigm.

    You really are truly awful at what you try to do.

    What have I lied about? What was I phony [sic] about? I experienced Bay Street for 22 years and am just sharing what I took away from it.

    You call me “fraud” and “liar” and “phony” but then just go on and on and on with your bad assumptions and your simple dislike of me (I suspect on account of my superior intelligence over you).

    You are Zilch Jr.

    Go ahead, you always have to have the last word, you bore.

    Hahaha! Every response could be the last word. If our goal was to not have the last word, nobody would ever post anything, you dope.

    Note: I usually end up having the last word because I prove myself correct and then dweebs like 100, HE, MQ, Gus, ak_mofo, et al rage-quit like little boys and girls rather than simply say, “You’re right” like men. Sad but true.

    You must now double-down as my smacking you around with the truth has exposed you as a delusional assumer that craves to display intelligence but falls far short.

    I spent 22 years on Bay Street while you are acquainted with some retail stock brokers out in the sticks … and you are telling me what Bay Street is like? Yes, you are a complete moron. Sad but true.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle December 1, 2023 at 11:10 pm #

      Who’s that? Soul Forensics (SF)?

      If so, they had combined (previous threads), in their ‘gish gallop’ accusation (presumably to artificially make it stick), about three of my comments. That’s corrupt.

      If that’s SF you’re responding to, maybe that’s why they argue with me against anarchy if they use internal self-refection as to why they think it wouldn’t work, at least not for them. In that context, their nickname seems apt.

      Anyway, it helps to bear in mind that this is after all a corner of the internet, which is, itself, its own problematic ‘corner’ of reality, yet also outside of it.

      • OG December 2, 2023 at 12:38 am #

        Right, Zaz. Soul Forensics is a whiny little puke troll.

        I do apologize for a couple of italics goof-ups in my long post above. It is hard to follow two people arguing on a board and especially when the poster goofs it.

        • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 9:53 am #

          I wouldn’t take much of any of this personally, though. Who are we ‘here’ anyway but streams of text?
          And you could up your game where the snarl words are concerned.
          I think you can do it. At the very least it’s not scientific, is it?
          Anyway, the net is full of it. Full of shit and not the good compostable stuff.

      • elysianfield December 2, 2023 at 12:42 am #

        “ts own problematic ‘corner’ of reality, yet also outside of it”


        You are absolutely correct! Internal, self-reflecting dialogues! Subjective interpretations! The entire history of humanity taken into account!

        Your premise, poorly presented and unable to be defended, is a canard. Your thesis, what bits and pieces you have presented, are roundly refuted by sentient adults…you, sir, offer puerile drivel and call it an intellectual exercise. What do you know of reality?

        God help you if you ever end up in prison, which, believe me, is an effective lab for your social experiment. Cliches aside, the bidding for your company would be spirited, with many packs of cigarettes changing hands….Your youth and intellectual beauty would find you in good stead, and in demand.

        • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 9:56 am #

          My point there, Babycakes, was if you think you need to be babysat by some kind of authority figure over you, then, ya, anarchy ain’t likely gonna cut it for you.

          • elysianfield December 2, 2023 at 12:25 pm #

            You fail to understand. I need the authority figure to babysit…you.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 10:58 pm #

            The irony of you saying something like that and/or your apparent bent in that regard on a collapse site with its owner, bi-weekly, writing the stuff he does about ‘his’ ‘authority figures’ is not lost on me. It appears lost on you, though.

      • Q. Shtik December 2, 2023 at 5:31 am #

        Soul Forensics (SF)?


        I get Soul Forensics (SF) and San Francisco mixed up.

        • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 9:54 am #

          Apparently, WWF had to change their acronym to WWE.

        • Soul Forensics December 2, 2023 at 3:55 pm #

          Q. Shtik,

          True story.

          I was passing through San Fran as a kid with my parents circa 1965. Father and myself playing backgammon in our trailer (pulled by the car — remember those?). Black kid, about same age as me, 9, sprints into the trailer after the huge radio on the counter, sees us, sprints back out.

          A different perspective than the lead-up to the “summer of Love”.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 11:14 pm #

            America was/is built on slavery…

            For some reason now I’m reminded of the expression, ‘Live by the sword, die by the sword.’.

            The late Michael Ruppert, a former Pinkish-Beige cop, shot himself in his trailer not too far from SF.

            True story apparently.

            …So you’re ~ 67 then? How about some wisdom?

          • elysianfield December 3, 2023 at 11:55 am #

            “…So you’re ~ 67 then? How about some wisdom?”

            “America was/is built on slavery…”


            How about some 77 year old wisdom?

            A canard, oft repeated by knee-jerk ignorant-but-well-educated cuckolds is that the US was built on slavery. Yeah.

            So was Haiti, Morocco, and the entire South of the African Continent, where slavery still exists. There find Wakanda, which truly represents your premise.

            Oh, yes, and the south side of Chicago, another sterling example…and Baltimore.

            I hope that you do not have outstanding student debt. The horror.

  37. Q. Shtik December 1, 2023 at 8:34 pm #

    I don’t necessarily buy the legitimacy of the Covid tests but wife Bo tested pos this morning. So now all 3 of us are pos for Covid.

    We’re going to re-test Peter and me tomorrow.

    • OG December 1, 2023 at 9:04 pm #

      Don’t do it, Q. They have micro particles. Covid tests are just another way of getting toxic poisons into you.

      • Q. Shtik December 2, 2023 at 5:24 am #

        Covid tests are just another way of getting toxic poisons into you. – OG


        Can some other people (JAZ, GA, others) who stay abreast of this stuff please comment on OG’s comment?

        Do I really have to worry that the Covid home test kit is itself a poison delivery system, never mind that the test results are highly suspect, if not totally useless?

        • stelmosfire December 2, 2023 at 9:36 am #

          “To test or not to test?” That is the question. Q, you were sick and hopefully now improving. To quote our stunningly attractive former Secretary of State,

          “What difference at this point does it make?”

          • Q. Shtik December 2, 2023 at 1:29 pm #

            you were sick and hopefully now improving – stelmo


            I was sick and still am. The only improvement is that in a zoom visit with my doctor she said to buy a nasal spray called Afrin. That shit can cut thru nasal congestion like a hot knife thru butter. That’s the one positive in this saga so far.

            My question still remains, is the home Covid test kit itself a poison delivery system?

          • stelmosfire December 2, 2023 at 2:03 pm #

            My point is just, whether you test positive or negative what difference does it make. You’re sick. Stay home and rest. Stay hydrated. If your feverish tylenol seems to help . If you start turning blue you should maybe go to the ER. Relax and watch some B-ball. That will be $35 dollars co-pay . Cash or check is fine.

          • Q. Shtik December 2, 2023 at 3:35 pm #

            My point is just, whether you test positive or negative what difference does it make. – stelmo


            I understand your point completely. It’s just that I have family that I have to consider. They mostly don’t think like me. I often do things just to please them and keep peace in the family.

            If I re-test and it’s negative they will all be relieved even if I’m sick as a dog for the next month.

            BTW, I’ll be watching Illinois at Rutgers (B-ball) at 4pm on the Big10 ch. I haven’t seen them play yet this year.

          • Qwibqwib December 2, 2023 at 4:02 pm #

            Only thing I would add is to monitor your O2 levels. As long as you can breathe and have good O2 levels, you don’t need to go to doctor.
            Also mild fever is a good thing. Suppressing fever CAN make sickness last longer. But if fever gets hi, doctor visit.
            Hit the elderberry extract and take Zinc, Vitamin C, Vitamin D Resting is good, but also make yourself move around to help your lymph nodes express.
            Eat some hot/spicy food. Get some of that good Capsaicin into your body. The more the better! Eat jalapenos out the jar! 😀
            BTW I am in no way an expert, just a guy who reads a lot. So I may be wrong or missing something. Take my advice with salt please.

    • CrusherMuldoon December 2, 2023 at 8:08 pm #

      Rostsa Ruck Bacterium

  38. mitchellc December 1, 2023 at 9:00 pm #

    Like I keeping saying, watch what’s going on as one would a train/airplane spotter.

    From an academic POV, the process is somewhat interesting in that we are literally observing history unfold.

    No, not some bullshit dramatic arc that offers us a profound insight into the human condition. (Lol)

    Rather, how actual engineered events went down from the get go, from Lexington, Sumter, to Pearl, 911, CV, right up to today.

    This is how it works/worked: the sting is put into play with expected outcomes. Media control & gaslighting, combined with some wetworks handles the outliers.

    I know people are exasperated with my constant refrain, but seriously folks, where is the at least grudging respect, if not admiration, at how beautifully the game is played?

    Blood libel, genocide taking place in real time; A-Ok. Wholesale population replacement on not one, but two continents, Biden president, Assange sitting in solitary without trial.

    And over in the peanut gallery, making an effort to earn an income from the show, we have pundits and other outrage actors milking the rubes.

    Thackeray was so on the money with his depiction of vanity fair.

  39. beantownbill. December 1, 2023 at 10:07 pm #

    Here’s another item that’s been in the news for the past few days, and which makes me shake my head in negativity about our chances of survival:

    A man has had bad headaches for the past 5 months. Finally he went to the doctor. They took x-rays and found he had chopsticks stuck into his brain! WTF! Turns out he then remembered he got into a fight 5 months ago. He thought he was punched in the face, except it wasn’t a punch, it was up his nose with a wooden hose (the chopsticks)!

    And some people think we’ll come out of this ok. Sigh.

    • stelmosfire December 2, 2023 at 9:39 am #

      Kinda makes you wonder where all those gerbils disappeared to.

      • beantownbill. December 2, 2023 at 12:36 pm #

        That’s simple to figure out. Up Richard Gere’s ass.

  40. chola3 December 1, 2023 at 10:31 pm #

    The number is significant and definitely a medical disaster but

    670,000 is about 0.2% of the USA population. I was led to believe it would be 5% – 20%. So, fortunately or unfortunately, my hopes of it being a killer shot is wrong then.

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    • malthuss December 2, 2023 at 12:33 am #

      where do you get your figures?

      • chola3 December 2, 2023 at 2:03 am #

        from various blog discussions. of course nothing official.

    • OG December 2, 2023 at 12:39 am #

      Patience, Young Grasshopper.

    • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 7:38 am #

      “670,000 is about 0.2% of the USA population. I was led to believe it would be 5% – 20%. So, fortunately or unfortunately, my hopes of it being a killer shot is wrong then.”

      That’s only ‘so far’. The uptick in excess deaths continues, even though far fewer people are still taking the shots, so one should be prepared for the shots shortening people’s lives generally, even if it hasn’t got them yet.

      And covid was just the opening salvo. Once the Pandemic Treaty is finalised and the changes to the International Health Regulations ratified, it will be gloves off, in terms of mandated jabs for new ‘pandemics’.

    • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 8:54 am #

      So far, looking wrong.

      JHK suggests a strong election motive. There’s the pure profit-motive. The deep-conspiracists need more evidence and fewer daddy issues. Capstone-Satanist theory is a blanky.

      • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 9:23 am #

        The second half of your post is just gaslighting, Gus.

        If pure profit were the motive, they could have put saline in the jabs and no-one would have been any the wiser. No-one would have been counting heart attacks, strokes, turbocancers, dead celebs, dead athletes, celebs with Bell’s Palsy and sudden advanced cancers, teenagers dropping dead or dying in their sleep, and all the rest. But they put modified MRA, cancer-causing plasmid DNA contaminates, cancer-causing simian virus, graphene and a number of heavy metals. Why would you do that to make a profit?

        And why would it be engineered and managed by the DoD?

        • Night Owl December 2, 2023 at 10:03 am #

          Keep in mind you are talking to a guy who would gladly see 3/4 of the global population culled.

          • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 10:22 am #

            Self-culled via birth control within a scenario where the only alternative is war, famine, disaster and actual genocide.

            Contrastingly, your self-professedly “moral” strategy can be summed as “let’s close eyes, cross fingers, say some Hail Marys and hope for the best.”

          • Jarek December 2, 2023 at 1:24 pm #

            Gus is right. Complete failure to deal. And the best way not to deal is not acknowledge at all.

          • Night Owl December 2, 2023 at 5:12 pm #

            I don’t need a strategy, Gus, because I do not believe we need to cull the population.

            My view is entirely moral. While yours amounts to murder.

            I will give you this: Your position is hard to defend.

        • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 10:25 am #

          The modRNA was the profit-motive centerpiece. DoD involvement might also be perfectly explained by profit motive and corporate infiltration in govt.

          • OG December 2, 2023 at 11:03 am #

            “Yeah … that’s the ticket!”

          • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 11:13 am #

            Pfizer and Moderna didn’t make the ‘vaccines’, as far as I understand, from Sasha Latypova’s work. The DoD developed them and made them.
            Pfizer and Moderna were paid to pretend to make them and to put on the theatre of clinical trials that weren’t and aren’t necessary in the context of DoD ‘countermeasures’, which is what is in the contracts between Pfizer and the DoD.

            In Brooke Jackson’s lawsuit against Pfizer for fraud in the trials, they got off by openly claiming that they were not guilty of fraud, because they were committing fraud on behalf of the government. So, that’s not corporate infiltration in government, it’s a government-engineered and government-run black operation.

          • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 11:15 am #

            And I mean ‘modified RNA’ above, obviously. Suffering from acronym fatigue.

          • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 11:23 am #

            They (DoD) want their weapons.

            The DoD does not care about profit. Profit in government? The government that runs up debt like water?

            “We don’t need no damn profit!!”

            Corporations want profit. Lobbyists want the government to do what their corporate taskmasters want, and pay big bucks to get it. That is the rot that pervades DC.

          • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 11:34 am #

            I think we discussed this before, GA.

            It will take a lot to convince me corporations don’t more often steer the govt. rather than the other way around.

            And, if it was a Deep State black op primarily, was the objective massive depopulation? A failure then. Digital ID? Failure. So far.

          • OG December 2, 2023 at 11:46 am #

            Toe may toe; toe mah toe, JAZ. There are swine with their heads in the profit-trough all up and down the lines of US DoD and the MIC.

            You always focus on the lowly “gimmes” while giving a pass to the wealthy “gimmes.”

          • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 11:56 am #

            “And, if it was a Deep State black op primarily, was the objective massive depopulation? A failure then. Digital ID? Failure. So far.”

            Thank you for having the insight to add ‘so far’, Gus.

            But you are being disingenuous. You know (or should know) that this operation was planned decades ago (for patents information, see Dr David Martin). They spent 20 years on table-top exercises (see Paul Schreyer’s presentation: Pandemic Simulation Games – Preparation for a New World Order).


            In fact, the depopulation agenda has been a thing since the beginning of the 20th century. But you expect to see the final results all at the same time, in 2023.

            There are more fake pandemics to come, along with contrived food shortages, rationing (with digital ID, naturally), climate restrictions (some of which are literally genocidal, in terms of food production and distribution), and a collapsing monetary system, whose failure will bring in the cashless society and CBCDs.

            So what, in the clearest terms, would it take to convince you as evidence?

          • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 12:49 pm #

            I generally agree and know that these programs have long historic governmental paper-trails. The difference of opinion is in the amount of corporate influence behind the programs (for me, more), and the degree of deep coordination and intricate longterm orchestration behind government operations (for me, less).

            The vaccine/pandemic stuff, for instance. It starts as a vanilla DoD preparedness thing. Pharma sees dollar signs, jumps on, starts steering… The rest is history. That’s how I tend to view it.

          • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 1:10 pm #


            I concentrate on the poorer Gimmes because there are so many more of them with a consequent bigger impact. I do agree with you that the wealthy gimmes exist and eventually run for public office.

            To serve us. Hahahaha!!!

          • Jarek December 2, 2023 at 1:28 pm #

            Wheels within wheels. Tier upon tier. They can seem to make the Pyramid spin, making it look like the Governments are above the corporations or even the banks. But in reality, the banks are on top – gods who create money out of nothing. The corporations are next – but only insofar as they do the will of the banks. Governments after that.

          • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 2:00 pm #

            How is manufacturing poison shots (17 million excess deaths worldwide and counting) a ‘vanilla DoD preparedness thing’?

            It was the DoD that designed the shots to kill, injure and disable.

        • Jarek December 2, 2023 at 1:14 pm #

          Yes, if they were just after the “subscription model” then killing off your base would be a very bad move.

          Apparently, Elon is going for that. Will it work? People do love to talk freely…..

          • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 1:35 pm #

            What is the evidence that harmful and sometimes lethal effects of the vaccine were planned?

            Perhaps more fitting to the evidence: the failures of the vaccine to function as at least a non-harmful drug and vaccine were not planned.

          • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 1:50 pm #

            Add on:

            They were sold, by the R/D arm of the mRNA group as a legitimate vaccine to prevent and minimize the effects of Covid. IMHO, it was a crap shoot by that industry to get a large scale run at using their technology in a large population.

            It prevented nothing, it may have lowered the intensity of infection a bit, but it has never been published if it cut the mortality rate.

            Why? Because it has its own mortality rate that no one wants to acknowledge.

            Today, I really blame the CDC as they are continuing to hawk the vaxx poison, and darn only 16% of the population are getting boosters.

            mRNA is in its infancy, its initial trial is a failure. It need to be relegated back to cancer research where it might do some good.

            Alternatives to the mRNA poison exist, Novavox is a virus piece legitimate, non mRNA vaccine available now with efficacy rates similar to flu shots.

            Neither one is that effective.

            Most important, stop the fear caused by the government, Covid is a bad cold or flu with equal mortality rates to them. Quit reinforcing to this lousy government how gullible we are.

          • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 2:11 pm #

            “What is the evidence that harmful and sometimes lethal effects of the vaccine were planned?”

            They were warned by scientists and doctors (including Mike Yeadon and Wolfgang Wodarg, who wrote to the EMA) before the vaxxes were even rolled out, that their deadliness was inevitable from the drug design.

            Previous mRNA vaccines killed the animals they were used on, when they were challenged by an infection.

            They used them on pregnant women, who were not included in the fake trials. Nobody gives anything experimental to a pregnant woman since Thalidomide. Or to children.

            Maddie de Garay volunteered for the 12-15 Pfizer trials. She had a seizure when injected and is currently in a wheelchair, being fed through a tube, for life, it would appear. Pfizer took her data out of the trial and pretended she’d had stomach problems so had not continued to the second jab. Neither Pfizer nor the CDC has ever been in touch with Maddie’s parents about her life being ruined. The 1976 flu jab was withdrawn after only about 30 serious adverse events. We’re currently at 17 million excess deaths and a Censorship Industrial Complex was set up before the rollout to make sure none of this would get out to the masses.

            Also, why did they run fake trials when the ‘countermeasures’ legal status makes them unnecessary and therefore invalid? They didn’t make that up on the hoof. It was planned.

          • Jarek December 2, 2023 at 2:20 pm #

            Gus, did you read Mr Kunstler’s post? They must know by now but they aren’t stopping, are they?

            So if they won’t stop, they don’t care. And if they don’t care about human life, and they do care about stopping over-population, why wouldn’t it be planned? The Vax is nothing new, it existed long before “covid”. Big paper trail.

            In short, Consilience shows us the Truth. Consilience or the ability to consile or weigh evidence, is the Art of Kings. Are you a King? I suggest you become one if you can.

          • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 2:29 pm #

            GA, for me, greed, cynicism and civilizational nihilism can explain it all. Seems likely enough there was a vague, unfounded hope the mRNA vehicle would function well enough to spawn hundreds more mRNA-vehicle drugs in the future.

            When it didn’t, oh well, cover-up and profit-salvage time. And there may very well be a future for mRNA drugs anyway thanks to vast hordes of propaganda-guzzlers.

          • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 2:33 pm #

            “So if they won’t stop, they don’t care. And if they don’t care about human life, and they do care about stopping over-population, why wouldn’t it be planned?”

            It could just be: “Let’s give mRNA drugs a hoax-pandemic trial run, and if they work, great, and if not, who cares? We’ll milk it and force-feed it to them anyway.”

          • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 2:34 pm #

            They may not give much of a damn about overpopulation really, most of them.

          • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 2:51 pm #

            “Let’s give mRNA drugs a hoax-pandemic trial run, and if they work, great, and if not, who cares? ”

            The mRNA vaxx platform has been around since the 1980s (see Robert Malone). It hasn’t been used because experiments so far killed the animals tested. So they knew in advance that they wouldn’t work. Mike Yeadon also came across a paper from 2012 showing the effects on fertility/reproduction. So they knew well in advance that what they were doing was dangerous.

            Also, coronavirus vaccines were also declared an impossibility because they mutate too quickly.

            You are right that they intend to do ‘mRNA with everything’ from now on. But they’re doing it in the certain knowledge that it’s killing people. The government knows; the health authorities know; the scientific community knows.

          • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 2:52 pm #

            Coronaviruses mutate too quickly, I meant, not vaccines, obviously.

          • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 3:45 pm #


            I think they sort of half-assed believed that maybe the nanoparticle thing, or whatever, had (fingers crossed) solved previous mRNA issues, but didn’t believe it so much that they wanted full FDA scrutiny to really test it.

          • Qwibqwib December 2, 2023 at 5:58 pm #

            gustafson.robert.22 – Everyone else is posting links to papers, dropping names with specific, quoted claims, alluding to personal anecdotes. They are linking to news articles, patents, and opinion pieces. You are just putting your fingers in your ears and yelling “I can’t hear you!” like a 5 yo whose parents are telling him he has to brush his teeth and go to bed.

            I don’t care at all that you are not convinced and frankly, that admission adds NOTHING to this thread. In the end, it doesn’t matter if you agree or not, it’s just annoying to see you repeatedly post the same “no, it’s profit driven” or whatever. Where is your evidence?

            I wish you would read some of the material posited and form a reply to it other than “no, I am not convinced.” I wish I could set up a rule to mute out your responses to the discussion…

          • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 6:23 pm #

            Qwibquib, as I recall, you are an evangelical, so I’m not surprised you prefer conformity and authority to more experimental or original discussion. I know the standard takes, and simply ask questions.

          • Qwibqwib December 2, 2023 at 7:24 pm #

            gustafson.robert.22 – Conformity? I am advocating the alternate. Namely, that the couff is a planned “scamdemic” which is/was intended, among other things, to reduce population.

            Here are some questions for you. I don’t expect answers, just more jive, but I am trying…

            The evidence is plainly there, in your face, for you to see, but you will not. For example, you spin the FACT that the DoD designed the clot shots as a “Vanilla DoD preparedness thing”. How is that possible? Do you know that vaccines are used on specific diseases? They don’t just have a “general preparedness” vaccine on hand to throw at whatever. Do you really believe what you type?

            What does my religion have to do with this? No seriously, why did you bring that up? As a distraction? Doesn’t make sense…

            You think I am into authority and conformity? ROFL! I really did just laugh out loud. My co-worker looked over at me questioningly! Funny! Thanks for the laugh! 😀

            Obviously you don’t know me if you think that. People who DO know me would say that I am antagonistic and contemptuous of authority and conformity almost to a fault. But how in the world could you know? We have never met. No seriously, what is it that makes you think you know me? Hilarious! 😀

          • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 10:20 pm #


            “The DoD designed the clot shots”

            Who is the DoD, and who is corporate pharma? Where does one end and the other begin? That is a question I ask.

            And, if it is a govt-designed intentional killer shot as you suggest, why is the lethality around .01%, the same lethality I scoffed at as rediculously low for the pandemic itself about two years ago?


            There is the level of “I refused to vax and mask” non-comformity, and there is also the level of “I follow all the anti-vax main lines on all related subjects” conformity, which you police me with here (a flavor of “non-conformist conformity” I often associate with evangelicals, hence suggested connection).

    • King of Comedy December 2, 2023 at 1:18 pm #

      I don’t believe anything any government says and I told anybody trying to push that dopey “vaccine” on me to fuck off but I would like to see an age distribution on those 670,000 deaths.

      We all remember those “dying of Covid” who were either 80 years old or 300 lb type2 diabetics. When you have 9 toes in the grave already, a strong wing could kill you. If the age and/or general health of those dying of the shot is similar to those dying of Covid, then we’re looking at natural selection more than Dr. Mengele. Time will tell on that one. Similarly if you took this bullshit vaccine when you were 50 and die 25 years later, can it be claimed that the vaccine killed you?

      The other thing that seems a little implausible is that a mass die off would not be accompanied by anarchy and a destruction of the old order. Meet the new boss and all that for sure but cf the Black Death and the feudal lords.

      • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 1:54 pm #

        We are in year 3 of the vaxx, no massive die off yet.

        Me personally, I do believe that the s protein changes immunity in the individual, and I use myself as evidence. S protein comes from the virus and the vaxx, additive.

  41. chola3 December 2, 2023 at 2:03 am #

    from various blog discussions. of course nothing official.

  42. mumbai December 2, 2023 at 4:17 am #

    Quelle bloody surprise! “Langer is also a prolific businessman, having been behind the participation in the founding of over 40 biotechnology companies including the well-known American pharmaceutical company, Moderna.”

  43. gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 8:49 am #

    But, is Q a psyop?

    • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 10:46 am #

      I have a new sociologicial screening test called the “Glitosaurus Rex” where if you think Q is a psyop your’e a “1”, and if you don’t you’re a zero.

  44. BackRowHeckler December 2, 2023 at 9:19 am #

    At the COP27 meeting a binding agreement has been reached apparently by signatories to crack down on “Climate Warming Food”, which seems to mean the elimination of dairy & meat products, different agricultural methods, and some fisheries. John Kerry & Anthony Blinken, as well as King Charles and the Muslim First Minister of Scotland, yesterday gave speeches in enthusiastically favor of this. This is not really new however as we have seen early attempts in the Netherlands & Sri Lanka (with disastrous results). Now its really spelled out. Ever since the Paris Climate Accords in 2015 I’ve wondered if individual governments would be willing to put the screws to its owns populations to enforce the various climate & political diktats required by these international agreements. It appears the answer is yes they will.

    Really we are only a step or two away now from their Final Solution to lower global temperatures 1.5°C by 2050, which is to reduce world population from 8 billion to 3 billion. Its already being discussed. Do you doubt one minute that billionaires John Kerry & King Charles would sign on to this? And I think I know the population they would like to eliminate first.

    • stelmosfire December 2, 2023 at 9:55 am #

      Not sure if it’s true but I heard on the radio yesterday that this COP27 hoedown was the biggest energy-hog conference yet. All the big-headed self important “dignitaries” flying in from the far corners of the Earth to drink, dine, and pat each other on the back. Taking place at the holiday resort Sharm El Sheikh. Why didn’t they do a zoom-call? Nah, that’s no fun. I would imagine they are eating crickets and drinking recycled urine out there in the desert to show their solidarity with us little people as they save the planet.

      • Night Owl December 2, 2023 at 10:04 am #

        It is even funnier when you remember that all the guys they exempt from their silly climate treaties pollute more than the entire West combined

        If any of this were real, we’d see noncompliant nations threatened with nukes.

        There is only the Wizard of Oz.

        • Jarek December 2, 2023 at 1:31 pm #

          Do you not remember Alba defending such ruinous (for the West) international agreements?

          • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 1:58 pm #

            Hey, she is Scottish. Brexit was an English idea, that the Island was better off without the bureaucracy of the EU. It is a Sassanach idea.

            Additional time may show that additional layers of government are counter-productive, right Jarek?

          • Night Owl December 2, 2023 at 2:19 pm #

            I do, but many people taken by some of those ideas because they are at heart good people. The idea of saving the earth from pollution is certainly an admirable thing out of the context we are discussing.

            A bit different than a guy who is all in on white power and attacking women for being women. The latter of course is most bizarre, with the assumption that you are a straight man with no weird hang-ups or gamma male traits.

          • Night Owl December 2, 2023 at 2:20 pm #

            *are taken*

          • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 2:23 pm #

            I pointed out their rationale – that the west had been polluting longer and China and India were late to the party. Lots of Chinese and indians don’t have electricity yet. That rationale was fair enough if you took their motives at face value, which I certainly don’t any more.

            All you ever say is ‘Alba said this; Alba said that’. Like a kid in school trying to impress the big boys. When it’s not me, you defend people changing their minds. I changed my mind – so sue me.

          • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 2:30 pm #

            You may also remembering me warning that:

            (a) immigration would not decrease on leaving the EU, because most of it was already from outwith the EU. On that I’ve been proven right in spades:

            (b) removal of authority from Brussels wouldn’t leave us with any kind of real independence because

            – the UK is the self-designated hub of a lot of globalist black

            – we are just manipulated directly by the globalist cabal,
            instead of there being an intermediary in the form of the

            Our courts are totally corrupted; we have less chance of getting our Parliament to acknowledge vaxx harms than the EU Parliament which at least allowed a number of its members to host a proper covid enquiry (which was then deleted from YouTube). So, while I’m glad now that we’re out, it has achieved very little in reality. The cabal rules us all, in or out of the EU. Our farmers are being coerced to give up farming, just the same as in the Netherlands (albeit now quite as brutally YET).

          • Jarek December 2, 2023 at 2:37 pm #

            Thank you for admitting that, Alba. Anent your posts of October 28 and perhaps 29th, I may have been too hard on you.

            You were an Establishment type in toto until covid. You are new to Conspiracy thought, especially North American. Most of us know the double meaning of anti-Semitism, you only know the dictionary meaning. You believe it means one who is against Jews. We know it could be that or someone Jews don’t like. Calumny is other words, falsely using the first definition against someone for no legitimate reason.

            Obviously reading the 13 Tribe is not anti-Semitic in the first sense but it may be in the 2nd sense – if they say it is. And they do this a lot. You don’t deny that do you? And obviously, by so doing they create anti-Semitism in the first or dictionary dictionary sense. A vicious cycle which they see as being in their favor since they control the public narrative. See my post above to you about Elon Musk.

          • Jarek December 2, 2023 at 2:38 pm #

            Night Owl: “being against women because they are women” – that’s the best you can do? That’s Mary tier idiocy.

          • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 3:02 pm #

            “You believe it means one who is against Jews. We know it could be that or someone Jews don’t like. Calumny is other words, falsely using the first definition against someone for no legitimate reason.”

            I am perfectly aware of the cynical use of the term ‘antisemitic’ to shut down discussion (you only need to look at the British Labour Party), just as I am aware – and have been aware for decades – of the use of the race card generally. Every black or brown person is not responsible for some other black or brown person using the race card.

          • Night Owl December 2, 2023 at 5:09 pm #

            It’s an observation, Jarek.

            I hardly need to do my best, as you provide such a rich quarry of material.

          • Jarek December 2, 2023 at 11:07 pm #

            If you were “perfectly” aware, then you wouldn’t have worried about being perceived as anti-Semitic. Who cares what they say at this point? So many columnists are just calumnists.

          • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 3:20 am #

            Night Owl: You remember Alba saying it, but you won’t admit to it.

            You snake!

          • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 3:22 am #

            Night Owl: Oh you did admit it. Cancel the snake part but not your idiocy.


          • Night Owl December 3, 2023 at 3:43 am #

            You’re making me blush now, Jarek.

            I am honored.

          • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 9:36 am #

            “If you were “perfectly” aware, then you wouldn’t have worried about being perceived as anti-Semitic. ”

            My being ‘worried’ is something that happened in your head, like so many things.

            If that’s not the case, you’ll be able to find a post where I claimed to be ‘worried’ about appearing antisemitic. So find it. I do recall assuring Bill that talking about the Kazhar hypothesis was not antisemitic, since he was feeling attached, which is quite the opposite. If I’d been ‘worried’ about appearing antisemitic, I’d have kept my mouth shut on the entire question.

            I fail to understand your pathological need for discussion to be a competition. ‘I believed this then; you didn’t believe it until then’.

            So fucking what? Do you want a gold star?

          • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 9:37 am #

            Attacked, not attached – typo.

          • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 9:50 am #

            Any chance of an acknowlegement that I was 100% correct in predicting the effect of leaving the EU on immigration? That, instead of Poles and Romanians picking cabbages, we’ve now got people from Tajikistan? Young Brits aren’t going to pick cabbages when they can be pulling pints for minimum wage, plus tips, plus a cut of whatever thieving is going in the bar.

            And that we would continue to be ruled by the cabal, whether in or out?

          • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 9:53 am #

            In fact, leaving the European Medicines Agency is a key part of the UK setting itself up (with the help of Gates and co.) as a global hub of the new jab-based economy.

          • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 11:29 am #

            “Additional time may show that additional layers of government are counter-productive, right Jarek?”

            Well, adding the Holyrood Parliament certainly hasn’t done anything for the people of Scotland, except to drag our once famously good education system to the gutter, along with the health system and all the rest. Now we’ve just got corrupt Westminster AND corrupt Holyrood to deal with.

          • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 6:52 pm #

            And we forced the Jews to take over our financial system. You know this because you were taught in it in school, right?

            Fight it. It can be done. I was lied too as well. We all were. You can overcome this, but it feels like you fighting yourself – because in a way your are. You are ridding yourself of the false ideas and ideals that you identify with. Some have called it spiritual combat.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle December 2, 2023 at 10:05 am #

        ‘Do as I say, not as I do.’ That’s illegit leadership. Plenty of people, including in these very threads, nevertheless seem to appreciate it. They know who they are.

      • BackRowHeckler December 2, 2023 at 10:26 am #

        Yes Stelmo I did read that these Climate Honchos, Heads of State, Ministers of this & that etc travel with their personal chefs & fly in special foods & ingredients from points all over the world.

        Nothing is too good for these luminaries who are saving the planet.

        • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 10:41 am #

          I’m no climate-change fanatic, but there is another possible explanation for this kind of rampant consumption-hypocrisy among upper-crusty climate-change proponents, and that is:

          …they actually believe contemporary civilization is doomed and futureless, believe that some combination of factors makes collapse inevitable no matter how much climate action or any othet action is undertaken, so they don’t take their own message seriously not so much because the “looming disaster” messaging pure manipulative falsehood, but because they in fact know the messaging to be hopelessly understated, weak, and therefore useless and impotent against the actual threats.

          This would mean the “hypocrisy” was actually more like rational pessimism.

          • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 10:42 am #

            “Nice proofreading,” I say to myself sarcastically.

          • Soul Forensics December 2, 2023 at 4:36 pm #

            That’s a good point, gus, and I’ve occasionally thought that as well. But then another argument winds out, and, for me, becomes ever clearer with each passing day — they just couldn’t give a single flying fuck about future generations.

          • Soul Forensics December 2, 2023 at 4:36 pm #

            “wins out”

          • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 4:56 pm #

            Soul, are these two perspectives incompatible?

          • Soul Forensics December 3, 2023 at 1:14 am #


            No, though my point was that the latter (not giving a fuck) is the stimulant.

        • CrusherMuldoon December 3, 2023 at 9:49 am #

          Just think of the privelged of having a world-wide choice of insects available for your dinner

      • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 11:14 am #

        They should just combine COP and Davos and save some bucks and pollutants. Both are about the Elite destroying the freedom of the world’s economies.

        Ronald Reagan:

        “ The most dangerous sentence in the world:”

        “ Hello. I’m from the government and I am here to help you.”

        • Why_weren't_we_asked_about_Degrowth December 2, 2023 at 3:42 pm #

          Even Scarier

          I’m with an NGO and I can solve these issues

    • John001 December 2, 2023 at 10:55 am #

      One of the many ‘problems’ in making these predictions … it appears that global mean temperature has been strongly suppressed by particle emissions from fossil fuel burning.

      Cleaning up international shipping, for example, and replacing heavy fuel oil by diesel in ship’s engines, will cut out a lot of this visible smoke. Reduced air travel would have the same effect. The temperature will rise as a result of lower air pollution.

      OTOH maybe a ‘grand solar minimum’ will suppress rising temperatures. I don’t know the result and I’m a scientist. I think this is also Dr. Judith Curry’s view, i.e. be humble in the face of uncertainty.

      But no doubt John Kerry, Al Gore, Bill Gates, King Charles and Klaus Schwab know exactly what world mean temperature will be in 2050 and 2100, with or without meat and cheese on the menu …

      • Qwibqwib December 2, 2023 at 6:14 pm #

        Or we could just acknowledge that Co2 is controlled by temperature and be done with this BS for good…

  45. OG December 2, 2023 at 10:13 am #

    MSNBC Cancels Mehdi Hasan’s Show After Palestine Coverage


    To identify your master, look to whom you cannot criticize.

    President Trump recently threatened the CEO of MSNBC with justice. WWG1WGA

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    • King of Comedy December 2, 2023 at 12:05 pm #

      Medhi Hasan re Covid:

      “My wife and I and our kids, we feel like Will Smith in I Am Legend: we’re the last people still masking in our friends’ circles,” he explains to the Guardian through a face mask in his glass-walled office on Capitol Hill in Washington. “What Americans aren’t being told, sadly, is that most experts in the field don’t agree with the media, Congress, the White House on this. This is a disease that every study shows will increase your chance of a heart attack, dementia, a stroke, diabetes, not to mention long Covid itself, brain fog, all the other issues. Why would I want to get that?”

      Medhi Hasan re Biden:

      “I never imagined I would say this – I was born in 1979 – I think he’s the most impressive president of my lifetime. Now, you might say that’s a low bar compared to Ronald Reagan, George W Bush, Donald Trump, but even compared to the two Democrats who are semi-worshipped by some in their party, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, I think Biden objectively – on paper a list of achievements – has done more.”

      You sure know how to pick ‘em. First Rashida, now Medhi.

      The good news for Hasan is that now he’s freed up to take that gig on Good Morning Gaza where he can report on important topics like how many virgins a “martyr” can expect after bravely dying in a battle against 75 year olds in wheelchairs or reporting on who had the farthest human roof toss in the Gaza Games.

      • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 2:02 pm #

        I would like just one of these obvious idiots to show one net improvement that Biden’s mob has done.

        More jobs?, that is still riding on the Trump initiatives.

        Everything else has been an abject failure, that is how you earn a 30% approval rating, only the liberal nuts approve.

        • Night Owl December 2, 2023 at 2:28 pm #

          He put half the country out of work with by mandating the fake vaccine, and he destroyed key sectors of the economy. This resulted in such massive unemployment that any gains made afterward can be used as talking points.

          Just another trick from the grabbler’s playbook.

      • OG December 2, 2023 at 2:36 pm #

        You sure know how to pick ‘em. First Rashida, now Medhi.

        I never “picked” either one of them and I do not know their work or their track records. I do not watch MSM so am completely a fish out of water when it comes to “picking” them.

        That said, To identify your master, look to whom you cannot criticize.

        • King of Comedy December 2, 2023 at 3:58 pm #

          Point is this: when one is saying the exact same things that a progressive shit bird is saying, it would give a discerning mind pause.

          Medhi Hasan, for those two douche-chill inducing quotes alone, should be fired (I would say thrown off a building because as the King of Colony, I favor Hamas methods applied to Hamas fanboys). He also fluffed the Al-Hootydoo hospital hoax which even the Uber-leftie Human Rights Watch said was a Hamas rocket. If you pair that with ratings lower than Al Sharpton’s pathetic shitpile of a show, and I’d say Hasan’s masters are TV executives who can count.

  46. mitchellc December 2, 2023 at 11:02 am #

    BRH “We are only a step or two away now from their Final Solution to lower global temperatures 1.5°C by 2050, which is to reduce world population from 8 billion to 3 billion.”

    Now, if you could only change your orientation from criticism to analysis. That is, transform yourself from being a complainer to a (outside) player; you’d both feel better and elevate your esteem among peers.

    Why does no one (at least here) appreciate the genius of these long duration strategic maneuvers? While JHK was wrting his books, Gail was producing charts, and the Oildrum discussions all understood perfectly well what was occurring, no one seemed to realize that solutions were already being put into place.

    No, rather the common sentiment was that no one had a clue, therefore civilization would go plunging over the Olduvai cliff with the smarty pants pointing out that they were right all along.

    Wrong! In fact, leadership was way, way ahead of the curve. But, since they after all LEADERS, they know how to manage people. And the first thing you do is dont’ startle the herd. None of this gloom and doom stuff, but hope and change.

    Religions are absolute experts at this process, inventing and holding out redemption for those who so willingly accept myths in exchange for the endorphin release achieved by being a “good person”.

    And so, let’s revisit the planning meetings taking place 20-30 years ago: how do you (1) avoid panicking the general population; and (2) hold out the promise of a better future by offering a communal, joint solution where everyone “shares the burden”?

    Hence, climate change aka global warming. I mean, once again the reaction of someone completely clued in should be a slow intake whistle in stunned admiration and respect. Fucking genius!

    It’s the general purpose rational for each and every poilicy mandate targeted at managing the effects of population overshoot, resource depletion and environmental degredation.

    And what about the consumers of this disinformation campaign? In a democratic system, it only requries a consensus of 50.1%, right? But, in a gamed environment, along with intense media/education ampliifcation, I’m guessing they’re expecting maybe somewhere in the ballpark of 60-65% acceptance of “the science”.

    Which means the game is already afoot, as we can see with both the invasive population substitution measures, EV mandates, and of course the twin power levers of food and medicine to really effect change.

    I’ll say it again, until you really understand what Rove was about, but continue to fight and deny reality, you’ll never be in a position to be both mentally calm and financially comfortable.

    • BackRowHeckler December 2, 2023 at 1:21 pm #

      I have to say Mitch, you are way ahead of me on these matters.

    • Anthea December 2, 2023 at 1:57 pm #

      @ mitchellc:

      My skepticism runs a little deeper than yours. I’m not sure any of this is about “climate change,” resource depletion, or population overshoot at all–though I suspect that world “leaders” and billionaires attending COP and Davos probably think it is. I think they’ve been duped along with a good share of the rest of us, and I imagine they’ve also been given to believe that a life of opulence will ensue (for them), once most of the rest of us are gone.

      I’m not sure what the actual reason is for wanting to kill everyone off, but we should bear in mind that, whatever it is, it is not necessarily a rational reason–nor even a sane reason.

      You know how people are. Pretty much all of them are half crazy. It is thus likely that whoever is at the tippy-top of the pyramid is just as mentally unbalanced and foolish as everyone else. And, like most people, he probably hates people and views them as an infestation of vermin.

      There’s no reason whatsoever to believe that whoever is really in charge of global affairs has decided on depopulation after a period of deliberation, and the calm and detached application of reason. I figure that it’s not the brain that is engaged with the “problem” (if there is one) but the limbic system. That is, after all, how most people approach problem-solving.

      • Soul Forensics December 2, 2023 at 5:03 pm #

        “I figure that it’s not the brain that is engaged with the “problem” (if there is one) but the limbic system. That is, after all, how most people approach problem-solving.” — Anthea

        Exactly. Brilliant take.

        mitch, among others elsewhere, gives way too much credit to the critical thinking skills of people in power.

        They’ll do a lot of damage in the short(er) term. But lies and evil, no matter how great or pervasive are the decision-makers, will out. That in itself makes them far less formidable and impressive and successfully conniving than warrants the masturbatory envy of them that mitch displays.

    • Night Owl December 2, 2023 at 2:30 pm #

      “Hence, climate change aka global warming. I mean, once again the reaction of someone completely clued in should be a slow intake whistle in stunned admiration and respect. Fucking genius!”

      Because real men don’t respect criminals, Mitch.

    • Paula D December 3, 2023 at 1:40 pm #

      Rational people are able to factor in actual reality to their theories.

      Anyone talking about elite plans for “depopulation” since,( take your pick,) the turn of the 20th century or the Georgia Guidestones, etc.., who ignores the actual evidence and clings to their theory, even as the global population has quadrupled, loses their claim to be able to analyze the actions and motives of our overlords.
      Get it? Your analysis has been proven wrong by the actual facts on the ground.

      Worst Genocide Ever.

      But no one seems to notice, no one seems to care. “Facts are Stupid Things” said the idiot Reagan, and many
      people have adopted that as their personal philosophy.

      Why would I admire an elite plan for depopulation that has been proven to be a failure by actual population numbers?
      Come on, man!

  47. Anthea December 2, 2023 at 11:40 am #

    There are a couple of good blog posts on tickerforum in the past couple of days. The part that interests me in the first one–after Karl gets a little discursive (as usual) about all sorts of other things–is his question, “Why can’t we have the $10,000 basic truck that everyone else can have? We should be able to. Toyota can make and sell it at a profit. That’s one tenth of the cost of a tarted-up truck today. You can literally buy eight of them for the cost of one of ours!”

    These are available in other countries and cannot be imported, manufactured, or sold in the US because of our endless regulations. I’ve been griping about this since forever. I don’t want dozens of bells and whistles on a car. My first car–a ’55 Chevy–was very adequate for my needs. No power windows, no AC. It’s only special features were power steering, a heater, and a radio. I might like power windows and AC, but these features are not worth $1,000/month to me. Nor is any of the other fancy stuff.


    Karl’s other post (today, Saturday) is about interest rates supposedly coming down–which Karl claims they will not.

    Karl started saying about a year ago that Powell would raise interest rates. I thought he was wrong. I was very surprised when interest rates went up. Now that there is some hint that rates will go back down, Karl is again saying that they must go up. (Either that or we spiral into hyperinflation.) Karl is convinced that the government/Fed won’t destroy the currency. I’m not so sure.

    Also of interest is Karl’s point (oft-repeated over the years) that we could pretty much completely solve our budget-deficit problem by reforming CMS–i.e., putting a stop to all the fraud and having an honest health-care system. I don’t think many people realize that CMS is where that “giant sucking sound” is coming from.


    • gustafson.robert.22 December 2, 2023 at 11:55 am #

      Buy a Corolla and a lightweight utility trailer for it, and you will get more function out of it than 95% of F150 owners get out of their $45k trucks.

      • Night Owl December 2, 2023 at 2:32 pm #

        This is true of just about any car.

        The message you seek is “buy the right tool for the job.”

        • SpeedyBB December 3, 2023 at 12:01 pm #

          A couple of decades ago I read that if the manufacturer had continued to make the VW bug, it would have eventually been available for some absurd price (forget the exact figure) – let’s say $350. I thought it a pity when Brazil (I think) finally shut down the production line for the 36hp air-cooled flat-four powered sedan.

          You used to have to open a window a crack to be able to close a door properly – that is how well-sealed the interior was.

          Engine slides out in 30 minutes and because it is air-cooled can be torn down in a couple of hours.

          When push comes to shove it would not surprise me to see some enterprising manufacturer (think PRC) copy that design and start building them again.

          Wandering in crosswinds? Oversteer? Just learn how to drive the machine, within its limits, and you’ll be fine. Careless idiots texting while they speed down slippery mountain roads will solve the problem themselves.

    • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 12:41 pm #

      Read a report yesterday that said that Powell said that rate increases may still be needed to quell inflation, IOW get it below 2.0% sustainable. A very good example of the right hand and the left not knowing what they are doing.

      Or maybe an attempt by the Mob to look like they are helping the poor people by big time spending while really screwing them into the wall with higher interest rates.

      • beantownbill. December 2, 2023 at 1:08 pm #

        The Fed is fucked. Raise rates and cause a deep recession, or lower rates and cause hyperinflation, or do nothing but keep borrowing and destroy the dollar.

        • Anthea December 2, 2023 at 2:06 pm #

          @ beantownbill:

          It seems to me that, historically, goverments that have backed themselves into this corner have always inflated, and destroyed the currency. Maybe there are exceptions I don’t know about.

        • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 2:06 pm #

          The Fed is a tool, Bill. Your description is right on, but

          The problem is in our spend thrifty liberal uniparty government.

          The Fed is reactive, not proactive.

          Blame the bums in office, that “we” elected.

      • Q. Shtik December 2, 2023 at 1:58 pm #

        Read a report yesterday that said that Powell said…etc. – JAZ


        Speaking of Powell: here is an issue of language that has me mildly perturbed:

        We used to have people titled Chairman, or Chairwoman, or Chairperson. Now they are just a chair. Jerome Powell is the Federal Reserve “chair.” I don’t think they even use an uppercase C.

        I’m not sure why such a shortening of a title bothers me but it does.

        • OG December 2, 2023 at 2:31 pm #

          That’s probably because you have not yet sat on Jerome Powell. He’s surprisingly comfy.

      • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 2:20 pm #

        Add on:

        2% is still too high, that is a 10% increase in five years. Right now, the real control mechanism to keep inflation down is to have recessions periodically.

        That is no fun!!!

    • Qwibqwib December 2, 2023 at 6:44 pm #

      I built a 1980 diesel rabbit pickup “caddy” for just this purpose. It has a 1.6L TDI engine transplanted from a 1984 German Jetta. It gets about 50MPG and will go 85+ MPH since I installed a 5 speed. The bed is 6 feet long and 51″ wide. These things are a dime a dozen right now. I am into it for about $4k, so SUPER MEGA cheap compared to a new diesel truck. Most expensive thing was new paint. I will build one for you if you want!?!?!?

  48. JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 11:47 am #

    What do you think these delegates at COP are discussing?

    How to crush the fossil fuels industry world wide?
    Part of this discussion will be the failure of the Biden campaign in the US to slow down fossil fuel drilling and the failure of EVs and renewable energy.

    JohnAZ – I look around and see government subsidies (more debt) everywhere trying to get renewables to be economic. All they are doing where they are being built is helping to fill in for the new energy needs. I would bet that the actual FF usage is up.

    How to crush the agriculture of the world?
    Methane production here. With the permafrost melting releasing millions of years of methane, and the ocean bottom burping methane in copious amounts, agriculture is a drop in a bucket.

    This entire COP thing is a global joke, a way for the Elite to sell their global control to a very stupid population that has been indoctrinated to believe in climate change being bad.

    I would bet that a sidebar being discussed is how to best eliminate Trump from the world.

    Queen Elizabeth is rolling in her grave, feeling very validated in keeping her son away from the Kingship as long as possible. His gullibility is very obvious.

    What to do with all the superfluous people once their jobs are eliminated by AI and all the high tech solutions that these idiots are going to come up with?

    I would bet that there is a lot of abstains and indifference by China and Russia and probably from the rest of BRICS++++.

    My question still remains, is the world a better place under the WEF or the BRICS++ group in the future? The USA will be forced to choose sides.

    • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 1:02 pm #

      What the idiots in UAE should be working on, IMHO, is how we are going to change national boundaries and relocate people in response to the changes that are coming.

      One example, if the predictions of flooding disasters along the coast actually happen, even with tropical storms, the insurance industry is toast, or at least cutting off people from coverage. The latter is already happening, in Florida, homes with solar on the roof cannot get home coverage.

      The biggest unfortunate occurrence that is going to happen in the 21st century is the inevitable decline in the supply of oil and the consequent rise in cost. The social changes that that will cause are not even being discussed,


      • Anthea December 2, 2023 at 2:17 pm #

        @ JohnAZ:

        First of all, there is no “global warming” that threatens coastal regions with flooding. Secondly, I’m not sure we’re in too awful of a fix re oil. As I’ve mentioned before, Russia has plenty. The US has plenty of coal, which could be used to fuel thorium reactors for 500 years or so.

        There are, of course, various other things that could happen: a pole shift, a polar excursion, a nuclear war, another ice age, and so forth.

        It seems to me that global “leadership” is mainly concerning themselves with bullshit when, if they were men and women of good will, they’d be discussing methods to promote peace and prosperity.

        • Qwibqwib December 2, 2023 at 6:52 pm #

          “It seems to me that global “leadership” is mainly concerning themselves with bullshit”

          So true. They should be talking about cooperating to build the spaceship that will pave the way for Earth colonies on other planets. This petty bickering over BS is going to really slow down the inevitable assent of man into the stars. Perhaps by thousands of years…SMH!

          • Anthea December 2, 2023 at 8:26 pm #

            @ Qwibqwib:

            I think there are quite a few simpler solutions than space travel.

  49. Htruth December 2, 2023 at 12:00 pm #

    Keep voting, that will change things. LMAO https://americanyellowvest.wordpress.com/2023/11/19/lost-representation/

    • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 12:49 pm #


      Voting here has the same effect as voting in a country in the EU, the big governments consider voting as a problem for their own preservation.

      Think Trump, the globalists hate him big time and are throwing the judicial book at him trying to hide their own failures.

      However, think if there was no voting, that all things were done by appointment or assassination. For now anyway, the designs of the big wigs can be curtailed by a turnover of power in DC. It will be interesting to see what the liberal globalists do to eclipse Trump if he gets elected, or even Trump’s designee.

      This is as much a cold war inside the US as the US USSR cold war of the 20th century.

      • beantownbill. December 2, 2023 at 1:03 pm #

        JAZ, I think a more accurate description is a hot war. Think of JFK, RFK, Seth Rich and all the ‘Clinvics’ – victims of Bill and Hillary’s machinations. As part of this war, I’d include Saddam, and Kadafi even though they weren’t Americans.

        • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 1:06 pm #

          No argument.

  50. beantownbill. December 2, 2023 at 12:55 pm #

    There was a very popular tv meteorologist in Boston by the name of Dick Albert. He was very creative in his weather presentations. One of his expressions when he was asked a question was pronounced ‘idkey’. This stood for “I don’t know yet” – IDKY.

    Well, as far as what’s really going on in the world, I say IDKY, or TBD (to be determined).

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    • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 1:04 pm #

      And the denial crowd will say:

      “I see no evil, hear no evil and say no evil.”

      • beantownbill. December 2, 2023 at 1:24 pm #

        Yeah, the three monkeys. Unfortunately accurate as many humans are really just dumb apes.

        Although it may not seem that way, I actually generally like people, but only as individuals, not as a group. I have to expend a lot of emotional energy daily to keep from being depressed. Now I’m beginning to think I’ve been cursed to have no tolerance for dumbness. It would be so much easier to just give in and join the masses, but I am unable to do that.

        • OG December 2, 2023 at 2:27 pm #

          The masses are bound for Hell. You are fulfilling your God-given mandate to rise above dumbness, Bill. Do not despair that you are superior to the Hell-bound masses. They’ll get theirs while you will get yours.

          • beantownbill. December 2, 2023 at 4:18 pm #

            Thanks for saying that OG.

        • Anthea December 2, 2023 at 3:55 pm #

          @ beantownbill:

          I don’t know whether you have pets, but many people are very fond of their pets, even though they can’t perform some of the higher mental functions, like quadratic equations.

          But it’s easier to be indulgent with your pets than it is with dumb people, since you pets don’t run the government or control the financial system.

  51. Q. Shtik December 2, 2023 at 1:40 pm #

    I was very pleased to see that George Santos character expelled from the House of Reps. He’s my idea of a totally sick fuck… a total asshole.

    At least he hasn’t murdered anybody, or so we hope.

    • Jarek December 2, 2023 at 2:06 pm #

      It’s a travesty. He never said he was Jewish, only Jew-ish. This is what got him kicked out. Anything else he did is done by most.

      • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 2:12 pm #


        Wouldn’t it be an absolute delight if all the dirty laundry was exposed and most of the government would have its clock cleaned?

        • Jarek December 2, 2023 at 2:15 pm #

          Skyrockets in flight. Afternoon delight!

      • Q. Shtik December 2, 2023 at 8:51 pm #

        Anything else he did is done by most. – Jar


        No, Jar, the list of his lies and frauds goes far beyond other politicians.

        WASHINGTON (JTA) — The US House of Representatives voted to expel Representative George Santos, the freshman New York Republican whose fabrications and allegations of fraud included false claims of Jewish heritage.

    • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 2:10 pm #

      Have you heard Fetterman today?

      He says if you are going to “fire” Santos, you need to fire Menendez from the Senate, he is worse.

      I wonder how many Democrat uniparty socks are being shoved down his throat today?

      • Uncle Bob December 2, 2023 at 11:26 pm #

        Not as many as you’d think. He saved the Dems by beating Trump’s carpetbagger pick for that Senate seat, Mehmet Oz. He’s also a lifelong bum, once held a black jogger at gunpoint because he felt the poor guy was a criminal, and is married to an illegal immigrant who also happens to be an honest-to-God communist.

    • stelmosfire December 2, 2023 at 2:18 pm #

      “He’s my idea of a totally sick fuck… a total asshole. ”

      My opinion of most of the asshats running this country. Thing is he hasn’t been convicted of any crimes.

      • Uncle Bob December 2, 2023 at 11:27 pm #

        Why worry about the niceties of the criminal justice and electoral systems when you can get rid of him and pretend that fixed all the problems?

  52. JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 2:13 pm #

    A question for the blog.

    Simply put, how come 50% of the USA is for the Palestinians?

    • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 2:15 pm #

      Is it a measure of how far down the anti European track we have come?

      • OG December 2, 2023 at 2:21 pm #

        Europe regularly kicked Jews out of everywhere for centuries, JAZ. Going against Jews is as European as lager & ale.

        • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 2:29 pm #

          Okay, OG, I will say it in a way I was trying to avoid. It has nothing to do with European treatment of Jews which you are right, the RCC has been trying to punish the “killers of Christ” for centuries.

          Is it a measure of how far down the anti-white, anti- “have”, anti-West, track we have come? Has our demographics shifted that much? America is the natural focus for this discord now, Canada is next.

          • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 2:31 pm #

            There is the porous southern border, porous?, no open southern border. For you folks up north, the northern border is no better in your direction, they are coming after your “whiteness” too.

          • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 2:39 pm #

            I have never understood that argument about ‘Christ killers’. If Christ hadn’t been killed, there would be no Cross, and therefore no Christianity. I didn’t hear the argument as a child, because it simply wasn’t a thing in the church I was brought up in, so it was news to me when I first found out, as an adult, about the RCC thing against Jews.

            In the 11th or 12th century, there was a brutal mass murder of Jews in York, in England. Nobody blames either English people in general for that, or people from York in particular. If a crowd of whatever people do something, it’s down to them, not down to everyone of the same town, country or race till the end of time. It makes no sense.

          • OG December 2, 2023 at 2:51 pm #

            JAZ, it’d be so much more efficient if you’d discuss what I say instead of what you imagine in your head.

            I regularly point out unwanted reality in the USA.

            Then you regularly retort, “Oh yeah? Well … Canada’s next!”

            Which, of course, is no retort at all. And, of course, Canada is at the mercy of what happens in/to the USA.

          • OG December 2, 2023 at 2:56 pm #

            And, further, you are ridiculous if you believe that the only thing Europeans ever had against Jews for centuries and centuries was “the RCC … trying to punish the ‘killers of Christ.'”

            Hint: usury

          • Anthea December 2, 2023 at 4:04 pm #

            @ JohnAZ:

            Pretty much all of the anti-white, anti-West, anti-Western Civilization and culture, anti-Western traditions, anti-individual freedoms, etc., etc., originates with Jews. You can see this by looking at who runs Hollywood and the MSM. This is the reason they’ve been kicked out of 109 countries.

          • elysianfield December 2, 2023 at 4:48 pm #


            Hint. Hint. Success

          • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 7:06 pm #

            Ga and Anthea

            Refer you to a title in ADL.org:

            A Brief History of Anti-semitism

            I was going to try to write excerpts but it is too long.

            Do not let the Anti-defamation League title stop you and read it with an open mind. The ignorance of people really stands out in the article. Judaism has really been a target for malcontents throughout history.

            BTW, I am not a Jew, but it really grinds on me what my Christian “brothers” have done to he Jewish people over the centuries.

            Sum it up to say, most of the claims by the anti-semitism folks through history are bunk.

          • Anthea December 2, 2023 at 9:16 pm #

            @ JohnAZ:

            I didn’t read the article you suggested. (I’ll probably get around to it later.) But I did read the link someone posted above, called “Poisoners of the Well,” which is ugly enough.

            Now, I’m not saying you should discount such stories, but I do think that you have to bear in mind that–as with the stories of Palestinian atrocities–stories of this kind are invariably and customarily spun as propaganda, particularly in war. It’s true that atrocities do occur, but it’s a pretty good bet that both sides have committed them.

            Read Solzhenitsyn’s “200 Years Together” to get an idea why there has historically been so much animosity against Jews. One reason is that Jews have typically occupied a unique position in Europen society. Historically, they were employed by the rulers as tax collectors and enforcers of the often oppressive policies of the ruling class. This tended to deflect the blame for high taxes and bad policies away from the ruling class and onto the Jews. On the other hand, Solzhenitsyn records a habitual abuse of these powers by the Jews. Sounds like they made themselves very odious indeed.

            In any case, being the go-fers, tax collectors, and enforcers for the ruling class is a precarious position in society, which forces a person to do a lot of unprincipled things on behalf of the rulers, and also provides a lot of opportunity to do a lot of unprincipled things on your own behalf. Bear in mind, too, that one of the qualities that made Jews uniquely suited for this social position is that they had no loyalty to the people to whom they were the overlords-by-proxy, nor did they have any loyalty to the nation.

            There are also some other factors besides the above, but I read about them with too little understanding to be able to explain them.

            We actually have a similar situation here in the US. I’m not sure what position Jews occupy in the US or the world hierarchy, but I think it’s fair to say that most of the Jews in government, media, and finance are go-betweens acting a proxies for the real ruling class. Who is the real ruling class? I’ve read many different answers to the question: the Rothschilds, the Vatican, the Jesuits, the Masons, and some others.

            I think that there is a growing animosity in the US towards the Jews, and it’s because they act as the highly visible proponents of just about all of the cultural ills that are being shoved down our throats: DEI race-baiting, LGBT+ nonsense, the trans agenda of child sexual mutilation, the destruction of our educational system, our open borders, the promotion of porn, and on and on. Jewish support–and very vocal and bellicose support it is–embraces the whole laundry list of the liberal agenda.

            I think there’s a fair possibility that, in promoting all this, Jews are acting in their historical role vis-a-vis the ruling class. And the ruling class has become about as odious as it is possible to be. Nevertheless, carrying out the boss’s orders doesn’t let you off the hook, when the boss’s agenda is evil.

          • Anthea December 2, 2023 at 9:59 pm #

            @ JohnAZ:

            I think I should qualify what I posted above by adding that most Jews–probably historically, as well as in the US–were not of the capos-of-the-rulers class. Most were just small businessmen eking out a living–maybe even a comfortable living–in the manner of the Fiddler on the Roof: dairymen, bakers, tailors, cobblers, and whatnot.

            In one Jewish family I knew, Grandpa was a newly married young man with one young son, with an okay business in Bialystok, as a cobbler, when he learned that he was about to get drafted into the Russian army (for the second time) to go get his ass kicked by the Japanese. That was when he decided to get out of Dodge (Mother Russia). You an see how immigrating to America was a good decision on his part. Life was not always easy for him in the US, but it could have been a lot worse, had he remained in Russia. (I understand that Bialystock is now part of Poland; also not a good place to be a Jew during that period.)

            These “little guy”-type Jews do tend to support their more unpleasant big-shot co-religionists, mainly, I think, because they benefit from the “connections” afforded them. But those same big-shots don’t seem to mind throwing “little guy” Jews under the bus.

            I don’t know what’s to be done about Jews getting tarred with the same brush as the Weinsteins and Epsteins, government and MSM shills, and Hollywood creeps among them. But I think they should use their storied brains to figure something out.

          • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 3:17 am #

            The Summarizer

            According to Matthew 26:24 in the King James Version of the Bible, “The Son of Man goeth as it is written of him; but woe unto that man by whom the Son of Man is betrayed! It had bin good for that man, if he had not been born.” This statement implies that the Son of Man must be betrayed, but woe to those by whom he is betrayed.0 There is no evidence to suggest that Jesus interfering with the free will of Judas Iscariot or making this statement.1

            Alba, now you know. If you will have it.

          • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 7:47 am #

            I am aware of that passage, thank you.

            Judas Iscariot was one man, and the crowd calling for Christ to be crucified was one crowd, just as the people of York who brutally murdered the Jews in medieval times were one crowd – nobody identifies them with the present-day burghers of York of the people of England.

          • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 2:13 pm #

            I have never understood that argument about ‘Christ killers’. If Christ hadn’t been killed, there would be no Cross, and therefore no Christianity. I didn’t hear the argument as a child, because it simply wasn’t a thing in the church I was brought up in, so it was news to me when I first found out, as an adult, about the RCC thing against Jews.

            Jarek: No, you remembered it once I quoted it. But you couldn’t “remember” it to answer your own question. Big difference. It’s the connections that matter.

            The RCC thing against Jews, lol. Is that still a thing with them or you? The Jews were the Christian hunters for the Romans. Do you also “remember” Christ talking about the Synagogue of Satan? Try.

          • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 3:43 pm #

            There is something psychologically wrong with you. I don’t envy you. I’ve known since early adulthood that RCs had ‘that thing’ against the Jews – illogically, in my view, because Jews in general bear no responsibility for it. I did not need to be reminded. It wasn’t a thing in the church I was brought up in, I repeat. There, specific people did specific things, which did not taint everyone vaguely related to them.

            Most Irish people get on great with British people too (especially Scottish). That must be perverse too.

            But there you go again. ‘I told you this’. ‘You didn’t know that till I reminded you’. You are so needy. What a way to live your life.

        • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 6:58 pm #


          It appalls me as you seem to say that that that is the way things should be. “Going against Jews is as European as lager and ale.

          And as you say, of course Canada is next?

          To do the same BS as the Americans are doing now. That is no excuse for the anti-semitism that is erupting now. If I was a Canadian right now, I would be wanting the northern border and the Pacific coast closed to immigration to stop what is happening here.

      • Socrates-Detroit December 2, 2023 at 7:34 pm #

        50% of the USA?

        Maybe on Fox News. Probably 70% of the American public is for the Palestinians for the same reason most Americans were (and still are) against slavery and Jim Crow laws and the Holocaust.

        That includes Republicans and most white folks who grew up watching John Wayne.

        So perhaps that will motivate you to do the right thing and write your elected representatives to STOP all aid to Israel, which is being used to carry out genocide against the Palestinians.

        The latest phase just makes it more obvious–before Oct 07, most of us had forgotten the Palestinians were still there, living in worse than Jim Crow apartheid conditions, having their land and water stolen, being arbitrarily shot or arrested, living in an open air concentration camp where Israel determines what goes in and out.

        And if Oct 07 really bothers you so much, google Nat Moore’s slave rebellion, you can see some interesting parallels.

        You know, I liked JHK’s piece Friday because JHK shined a flashlight on Steve Kirsch’s lecture, and the nefarious relationship between academe and big pharma. JHK connects the dots.

        But he’ll never shine a flashlight on what goes on Palestine. Tribe trumps principle.

        It turns out, it’s recently come to light there may be a lot of natural gas off the coast of Gaza.

        So, the Israeli government ramps up the abuses of Palestinians, killing and arresting them at a much accelerated rate in CY2023.

        The Israelis also tamper with Moslem’s sacred Al-Aqsa mosque.

        The do this to hopefully provoke the Palestinians to attack Israel, SO ISRAEL CAN HAVE A PRETEXT to remove them from Gaza.

        There may not be oil in the West Bank, but the Palestinians there are next.

        That’s been Israel’s game plan since day one–even if a minority of Israeli Jews, to their credit, doesn’t agree with apartheid today and extermination tomorrow.

        If the Israeli government felt it could get away with it globally, and also in terms of domestic Israeli politics, they would have already killed or removed the Palestians from the occupied territories.

        While most Americans may not be able to connect all these dots, and many here can not, or dont want to, it doesn’t take a lot to discern that one side has jet fighter, tanks, 2000 pound bombs and missiles, and massively blowing up buildings and hospital, and the other has AK-47s and puny rockets.

        That’s why most Americans support a cease-fire.

        • King of Comedy December 2, 2023 at 8:12 pm #

          Dude, you get more and more hysterical but kudos on including “genocide”, “apartheid”, and“open air concentration camp” in one post and for good measure squeezing in the future natural gas heist. I predict in a week or two, you will be claiming that the Yids are harvesting the organs of Pali children.

          Meanwhile in reality (or in the world of Ilan Omar a Mossad psyop), there’s this:

          The Harvard CAPS/Harris poll, conducted November 15–16 with 2,851 registered voters, found that the surveyed Americans overwhelmingly backed Israel at 80 percent, compared with 20 percent in favor of Hamas.

          And this:

          A new AP-NORC poll finds that 56% of Americans say that the Israeli response to the Oct 7th attack has been about right (48%) or has not gone far enough (18%).

          And finally this, probably weighted with people who think Kamala Harris is qualified:

          Americans are split over whether Israel’s response has been too much or about right in response to Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack — with a majority of Democrats now saying it’s been too much, according to the latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll.

          You may need to get out more.

          • King of Comedy December 2, 2023 at 9:05 pm #

            *The middle one should be 38% and 18%

        • Uncle Bob December 2, 2023 at 11:35 pm #

          I can’t wait to watch you hyperventilate over the prophesied annihilation of the so-called Palestinians, probably in reaction to yet another terrorist attack against Israelis, which will send the Islamic nations and Russia over the edge in what’s commonly called the War of Gog and Magog. Long story short, Israel is saved via divine intervention, with the attackers being slaughtered. A deal is brokered to bring peace between Israel and its neighbors by a lying shitweasel the world soon comes to literally worship as God, even though he’s actually the Antichrist.

          • Q. Shtik December 3, 2023 at 5:51 am #

            shitweasel – Unc Bob


            A new ad hom. I like it.

  53. OG December 2, 2023 at 3:22 pm #

    I concentrate on the poorer Gimmes because there are so many more of them with a consequent bigger impact. I do agree with you that the wealthy gimmes exist and eventually run for public office.

    Nope. You are clueless yet again, JAZ. While there are definitely more poor Gimmes than rich Gimmes, the rich ones have a much, much larger impact. In fact, they run it all and for their own loot.

    And most rich Gimmes never run for office. Rich Gimmes have their frontmen for that tedious bullshit.

    • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 7:16 pm #

      You are full of it on this one. The poor Gimmes are what keep the Liberal and now progressive people in charge in DC and states. Votes count and the majority of folks who do not want their government tit to dry up, vote for the guys who promise exactly that.

      You are right on most of the neuvo rich now, they are too busy making money to stoop into the gutter to run for office. Politicians are mostly losers with a gift of gab. Wealthy gimme PACs however influence decision making, when they ever make a decision.

      Trump won in 2016 because the “middle class” of the Rust Belt broke ranks with the unions and voted against the Dem policies that had cost them their jobs with offshoring.

      • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 7:28 pm #

        BTW, did you know that many world leaders find their way to Blarney Castle in Cork, Ireland to kiss the Blarney Stone and get “the gift of Gab’. Learned that on a visit there in September.

        • beantownbill. December 2, 2023 at 10:01 pm #

          According to my son-in-law who is an Irishman having grown up there, the local kids regularly piss on the barney stone. It gives them a laugh when they see someone kissing it.

          • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 11:19 pm #

            The stone is atop about a climb of 180 steps, very steep. Our tour guide suggested we just blow it a kiss.

            Which we did, gratefully.

  54. anmariwakaranai December 2, 2023 at 3:48 pm #

    For all the lads and lassies who
    Through no fault of their own
    Through miles and trials and pints we raise
    Before we must go home
    Let’s raise a glass then to ourselves
    Lest no one else will offer
    Remember Shane
    Of lyrical fame
    And epic unsurrender.

    Rip S. MacGowan, you were our bottle of smoke….

    ’25 to fkin 1.’

  55. Night Owl December 2, 2023 at 5:18 pm #

    Got a new one to add to the “explanations for dying suddenly” list.

    We’ve had showering, gardening and a variety of other dangerous activities, but this may take the cake:

    “Blow-drying hair might have led to brain aneurysm rupture in Malaysian actress Queenzy Cheng’s sudden death, doctor says, Entertainment News – AsiaOne”


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    • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 7:37 pm #

      From Ireland.


      “Our top story – Minister for Justice Helen McEntee has urged anyone who hears family members or neighbours claiming Ireland is turning into a police state, to report them immediately to the Gardaí.”

      🙂 🙂 🙂

      • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 7:38 pm #

        I put that in the wrong place, but still.

      • GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 7:39 pm #

        The hairdryer thing made me laugh out loud. Thank goodness there’s some funereal humour to be had from some of this stuff.

      • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 4:10 am #

        They are investigating “Irish Lives Matter” graffiti in West Belfast. If Irish Lives Matter is hate speech, it simply shows that they have been conquered without a shot being fired. Ditto, White Lives Matter over here or even It’s ok to be white – all hate speech. We too are conquered.

        The slave is only noble when he rebels – Nietzsche

  56. messianicdruid December 2, 2023 at 5:34 pm #

    I assume you are referring to this jewel:

    “We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you’re studying that reality — judiciously, as you will — we’ll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that’s how things will sort out. We’re history’s actors . . . and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do.”

    While I can admire the skill of one who can draw a pistol and put a hole through a silver dollar tossed in the air, this does not extend to him putting a hole in someone’s chest.

    Perpetuation of fantasy [ theirs ] until it becomes fact [ for the collective ] is sorcery. Let us call things by their true name.


    • messianicdruid December 2, 2023 at 5:55 pm #

      Mitchell – the above was supposed to be a reply to your 11:02 comment. Sorry…

  57. beantownbill. December 2, 2023 at 6:34 pm #

    Just reading about how 1/6 tapes are missing. Gee, who woulda thunk something like that coulda happened? I tell you, I am shocked, shocked!

    Speaking of being dumb, people aren’t even going to make a big deal of this, just like they protested how Epstein’s guards were sleeping or weren’t looking when he got killed. Duh!

    In much more important news, Cher’s dating a 37 year old guy. Now that is something to be aware of. I mean it’s extremely relevant. I’m trying to do my public duty to keep informing the public about such things.

    • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 7:25 pm #

      The Deep State uniparty spends 24/7/52 covering its ass. It owns the judicial system which makes things easier. Plausible Deniability is the name of the game. Their game is getting bigger and bigger as it evolves into globalism and harder to hide the shenanigans they constantly pull.

      BTW, thanks for the update on Cher. Her new found beau may be the answer to Global Warming.

  58. GreenAlba December 2, 2023 at 7:08 pm #

    Excellent Christmas rant from Neil Oliver.


    It amazes me how much of the Agenda he can squeeze into 10 minutes. Go, Neil … wish we could have him as Scottish First Minister.

    Although Holyrood is so corrupt and incompetent that maybe I’d accept a monarchy if we could have King Neil. 🙂

  59. beantownbill. December 2, 2023 at 10:45 pm #


    I’m sad to see that your posts lately have an anti-Jewish bias to them.

    My father was born in Russia. On my father’s side, I’m a first generation American of Jewish extract and on my mother’s side, 2nd generation.

    My father, who was unfortunately too honest for his own good, told me horrendous stories of Jewish life in Russia in the first years of the 20th century.

    Many Jews weren’t even allowed to have a last name. Their names were like Bill, the son of Joe from the next village. They weren’t allowed to own property. They weren’t allowed in many professions.
    In fact, one of the only professions allowed in the wider Russian society was lending money, which was why Jews got the reputation of money-grubbers in Europe – there was no other way to earn a living. This was the way of life for Jews in Europe for centuries.

    My father told me how periodically Russian villagers would initiate pogroms where they went on rampages and randomly killed unlucky Jews who happened to be outside at the time. My great-grandmother lived in a farmhouse, and if the local Jewish villagers got wind of a killing spree, many of them would run to the farmhouse and hide under a trapdoor in the main room.

    Some of the villagers would kill a pig and throw the body against the farmhouse door. You know that Jews (and muslims, too) don’t eat pigs, so that was a scary action.

    There were other stories my father told me. I believed him, not just because he was my father, but he was an honest man.

    Nothing anyone did there appeared to be because the Jews were bad – it was just because they were Jews.

    So before you directly or indirectly impugn Jews, maybe you should also look more into the other side of the story. Yes, some Jews aren’t nice people, but what nationality doesn’t have some?

    • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 11:31 pm #

      Yes, just read the ADL.com report I mentioned earlier. You will find it hard to believe some of the tripe the antis have come up with through the centuries.

      Someone mentioned the poisoning of the wells.

      That was a good one. The Jews because of their cleanliness and fastidiousness during the Middle Ages were not affected as much by the Black Death as Christian households. So in the blame game of the time it was obvious they were poisoning the wells of the areas they did not live in.

      Accused of killing Christian babies and ringing their blood, that is another good one.

      The Crusaders mass killed tens of thousands of Jews in their journeys to the Holy Land.

      Just three of the totally bullshit things that have happened.

      Read the article, if you dare.

      • JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 11:32 pm #

        Drinking their blood, not ringing.

    • Anthea December 3, 2023 at 1:28 am #

      @ beantownbill:

      Surely you can see that Jews in America are making themselves gireatly disliked, for the reasons I mentioned. Jewish support for the liberal agenda has the effect of identifying Jews with every kind of leftist degeneracy. Supporters and purveyors of degeneracy are so invariably Jewish that one of the more common comments on Zerohedge, when some Jewish academic displays some leftist psychotic break, is, “Every. Single. Time.” Meaning that, if it’s some form of degeneracy, the person pushing it is a Jew, every single time.

      I certainly don’t mean that there aren’t plenty of Jews who are honest and honorable people. But those people are not the public face of the Jews. Jews have allowed the worst kind of crooks and degenerates to be their public face, and, whether you care to confront it or not, the liberal agenda is immoral, degenerate, contrary to traditional American values of personal freedom–and invariably backed by Jews. Jews may be said to be the quintessential liberals. Name any item on the liberal agenda, and Jews are backing it.

      This is one reason why Israel is not getting much conservative support regarding it’s conflict with Gaza. People have come to feel unsympathetic towards them–because (as best we can tell from the media) they are against us.

      You cannot support the LGBT+ craze, abortion, transexuals, genital mutilation, the filth coming from Hollywood and Disney and Netflix, the covid measures undertaken in 2020, the covid vaxxes of 2021, open borders, gun-grabbing, etc., and expect people to like you.

      As best I can recall, forty or fifty years ago, most Jews were conservatives–often small businessmen and Republicans.

      If you would like Americans in general to think well of Jews, the good, honest, honorable Jews need to make it clear that they are against these destructive liberal policies. In other words, they need to make it clear that they stand with Americans and not against us.

      I think what’s as troubling as anything is that I’m pretty sure that the good, honest, honorable Jews won’t do that. Because it’s antisemitic to oppose liberal insanity–so strongly are Jews identified with it.

      • tucsonspur December 3, 2023 at 2:41 am #

        Nice description of why it’s difficult to like and support the Jews as a block.

      • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 3:11 am #

        Well said. They typically only speak out to silence non-Jews who speak out. Your last para is gold, pure truth.

        Ron Unz of Unz.com is one in a million. There are a few others. But demographically, not worth mentioning. Glorious outliers. Great men are always such. Thus always worth talking about.

        Mr Unz cares more about Whites than the vast majority of Whites do. Thus he gives Anglin and other White Nationalists a forum, a voice not an echo to paraphrase another fine Jewish man.

      • Anthea December 3, 2023 at 11:27 pm #

        Another thing that I find very disgusting is the literary productions of Jews. A few years ago (before covid) one of the local book club selections was Big Girl Panties. That was some real filth. There was another book whose name I can’t remember (also by a Jewish author) that was a regular “blood libel” story aimed at the Irish. Basically, a nice Jewish girl married an Irishman who became enamoured with Celtic history and culture, and the next thing she knew he was showing up at public functions carrying (fake) severed heads, and also running a children’s camp to promote this sort of thing.

        I am also irritated by some of the older books by Jewish authors, who seem to think people should celebrate (or at least be interested in) their neuroses.

        Jews have also engaged in a lot of censorship of older works of both fiction and non-fiction, editing out any unflattering information or characterization of Jews. Solzhenitsyn’s 200 Years Together is very heavily censored. There are several whole chapters that were removed from the book (at least for US readers). We’re not allowed to read about some of the reasons for Russians’ dislike of Jews.

        Another book in which an unflattering portrayal of a Jewish character was removed is DeFoe’s Roxanna. The way I know this is because I once owned an older edition of the book. I got a new copy when the old one fell apart, and was surprised that there were several pages of the original that were missing. Apparently, if anyone wrote anything unflattering about a Jew, any time in the last 200 years, it must be redacted–or, rather, simply “disappeared,” lest anyone know it was ever there to begin with. I find this offensive.

        • Anthea December 4, 2023 at 12:56 am #

          I suppose that part of the point I’m trying to make is that it is apparently okay for a Jew to write an entire book defaming the Irish–and in the form an absolutely bizarre fabrication–but it is not okay for a 200-year-old book to include two pages that depict a Jew in an unflattering light. Nor is it okay to present historical information that is unflattering to Jews, as in the case of Solzhenitsyn’s book.

    • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 7:51 am #

      “They weren’t allowed in many professions.
      In fact, one of the only professions allowed in the wider Russian society was lending money, which was why Jews got the reputation of money-grubbers in Europe – there was no other way to earn a living. This was the way of life for Jews in Europe for centuries.”

      Something I learned in school – I thought it was common knowledge.

      • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 3:25 pm #

        She learned it in school, lol. Common knowledge for common people.

        Keep going with the Pyramid. You’ll get there, Alba, eventually. Take the high road and let Paula take the low road of Marxism. You’ll reach Truth before she will because she never will.

        • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 3:49 pm #

          When I was young, it was common knowledge, among people who went to school and did the tiniest modicum of history, or who’d even read Shakespeare.

          Seriously, just eff off with your tedous attacks..

      • Anthea December 3, 2023 at 10:44 pm #

        @ GreenAlba:

        Jews were employed in many occupations in both Europe and Russia. To use an example from fiction, the Fiddler on the Roof was a dairyman. His daughter married a tailor. The Jewish grandpa who story I outlined above was a cobbler. Obviously, too, Jews were employed as kosher butchers and I think it’s safe to assume that some had businesses preparing/selling kosher foods. (Those bagels are a lot of trouble to make.) They also ran retail businesses and import businesses, and were unusually well positioned for this, as they had developed methods for paying a seller, or accepting payment from a buyer, in a distant city or country, simply by making an accounting entry. That way they didn’t have to undertake long journeys through dangerous territory, transporting gold.

        Now, it may be that in speaking of Jews being barred from many professions you (or beantownbill) are referring to professions, such as doctor, lawyer, or maybe even military officer.

        During much of European history, I’m pretty sure that most non-Jews would have been unable to enter these professions. European culture was very class-oriented (Night Owl mentioned that this is still true today). There were a lot of things you couldn’t do, if you didn’t have the right pedigree.

        • Night Owl December 4, 2023 at 7:48 am #

          I can’t speak for all of Europe. Germany is definitely still very class oriented.

          Heck, school-aged children more or less have their futures determined at the end of grade school (not just anyone can go to a university).

    • Paula D December 3, 2023 at 2:22 pm #

      As I understand it, Jews were not allowed in the Russia of the Russian Empire, except in the Pale of Settlement, which are the parts of the western Russian Empire that are now Ukraine and Poland.

      The pogroms were a Ukrainian phenomena, especially in the western parts of Ukraine that went with the Nazis in WW2, and who dominate the Kiev regime today (used by the US Empire to keep control).

      Where exactly did your father come from?

      • Paula D December 3, 2023 at 2:22 pm #

        It is explained in here….


  60. JohnAZ December 2, 2023 at 11:38 pm #

    Two more bear mentioning.

    Jews were not allowed to own land during the Middle Ages, and Christians were not allowed to practice usury.

    So the Jews moved into usury, and probably saved the Renaissance as the developing Middle Class needed the usury to grow. The Jews also financed a lot of the building including cathedrals during the same time period.

    Luther started the Reformation away from the RCC. He became so infuriated against the Jews for not joining his splinter religion and accept Jesus, he led a pogrom against them. Hitler used literature from Luther to justify his drive against the Jews.

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    • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 3:04 am #

      The Jews took the side of Luther so as to weaken the Church. And of course Luther sympathized with the terrible treatment they had received from the big, bad church. He felt certain that they would convert once real Christianity was reestablished.

      Then a scholar had mercy on him and told him what they really believed about Christ and Christianity as per the Talmud. Luther, the last man on Earth who could accept being made a fool of, then said he wanted them baptized at the bottom of the Rhine.

      Very extreme fellow. The Church has struggled to maintain a balanced approach – not always succeeding.

    • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 3:31 am #

      Yeah, we “forced” them into taking over our financial system, lol!

      Yup, what absolute idiots we were and are to give away our power like this. Contrast that with the Muslims. They wouldn’t do that in a million years – though unofficially, no doubt inroads have been made.

      Usury is always bad in the mid-term what to speak of the long term. But wars and excessive public works (like too many Cathedrals too quickly) are always going to strain a society, no matter what they system – be it increased taxes or forced labor. The Pyramids were largely built by volunteer labor according to some – over the course of decades. Cathedrals too? Not sure.

    • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 8:01 am #

      “So the Jews moved into usury, and probably saved the Renaissance as the developing Middle Class needed the usury to grow. The Jews also financed a lot of the building including cathedrals during the same time period.”

      Also, kings needed money to prosecute their wars (there is an theory that they built the cathedrals in an effort to get forgiveness for all the deaths they caused). It is a strange morality that thinks it is wrong to practise usury as a lender but fine to practise it as a borrower.

      My parents would never have worked on a Sunday, but they were happy to watch TV on a Sunday or pop into a corner shop on the way back from church, which involved other people working. I was in primary school, but it was my first experience of noticing that people don’t think things through!

  61. Jarek December 3, 2023 at 4:07 am #

    Sir John Glubb (sp?)

    The nation Dates of rise and fall Duration in years
    Assyria 859-612 B.C. 247
    Persia 538-330 B.C. 208
    (Cyrus and his descendants)
    Greece 331-100 B.C. 231
    (Alexander and his successors)
    Roman Republic 260-27 B.C. 233
    Roman Empire 27 B.C.-A.D. 180 207
    Arab Empire A.D. 634-880 246
    Mameluke Empire 1250-1517 267
    Ottoman Empire 1320-1570 250
    Spain 1500-1750 250
    Romanov Russia 1682-1916 234
    Britain 1700-1950 250

    Regimes get about 250 years. He might be shorting the Roman Empire a bit above. In any case, Civilizations can last thousand of years, with one dynasty falling and another rising. Even nations can rise again – sometimes. Peoples? Thousands. The Assyrians are still around.

    America won’t rise again, at least not in its present form. Too much diversity. Nation means the native people. Maybe in the White areas? Taking in parts of Canada? Maybe even more than one America? The non-White or fake Americas may remain a threat both militarily and in terms of “immigration” or war by other means.

    • BackRowHeckler December 3, 2023 at 7:12 am #

      The above civilizations you cite were mostly Empires, the US was never much of an Empire. The Philippines was the Crown Jewel, but we gave up the Philippines in 1945. Samoa, Puerto Rico, American Virgin Islands — all remnants of the short-lived Spanish American War, is the extent of the ‘American Empire.’

      You might legitimately claim the American Empire extends to the World’s Oceans, but it’s been the US Navy since 1945 that has kept the sea lanes open & safe for international trade.

      On another subject, the head of the IMF, a Bulgarian woman, made a speech at COP27 yesterday calling for “the end of fossil fuels.” Like right now! How would this work exactly? I checked & currently worldwide oil consumption is 102 million bpd. What would replace it? This is what we used to call “talking out of your ass”, but publications like the NYTs & the Guardian hail this as an important speech. So what’s come out of this Climate conference so far is clamp down on farms & food production, end the use of natgas, oil & coal, and set up a $100 billion per year fund to pay 3rd world sh#thole countries “Climate Reparations.” How can we take these people seriously?

      • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 2:17 pm #

        You always say that. And we always reply that the United States is a new kind of Empire (new because of the possibilities of high tech, especially IT. In any case, it’s had its 250 and it’s going down by the bow.

        The British Empire dissolved itself as per the request of the Globalists in favor of the United States. Now the United States is being dissolved in favor of China? Or maybe that was the Plan but no longer is. Are they trying to jump right to Global Governance now?

    • Mike Sherman December 3, 2023 at 7:11 pm #

      “Fake Americans”..? Huh??? So, Hispanics in the southwest & Texas are ‘fake’ because they’re not WHITE? Even though their habitation pre-dates your ‘real’ (meaning white) Americans? What a crock.

  62. BackRowHeckler December 3, 2023 at 7:28 am #

    Another celebratory theme at COP27: the end of coal!

    But it’s all BS. The world is burning more coal than ever, up 3% year over year. Right now coal consumption stands at 8.5 billion tonnes per year! Do you think countries such as Russia, China, India or Indonesia would end importing or exporting coal or shutter their coal fired power plants, throwing thousands of people out of work and jeopardizing its energy grid, thus destabilizing their own government leadership? Only ideakogues with their head stuck their asses like King Charles, John Kerry or Bill Gates would believe that.

    • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 8:05 am #

      Their heads aren’t stuck up their own arses, but up the arses of those in the next level of the pyramid.

    • BackRowHeckler December 3, 2023 at 9:08 am #

      GA, aren’t Gates, Kerry, King Charles, Klaus Schwab, Jamie Diamond et. al. at the top of the pyramid thrmselves?

      • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 10:32 am #

        According to the pyramid in Dr John Coleman’s picture of things (Conspirators’ Hierarchy: the Story of the Committee of 300′) Charles is now the head of the Committee of 300, who are below the bloodline families. Schwab, Gates et al are just tools. of the Committee (I think, but how would I know?). There’s a list of individuals – past and present – in an Appendix, presumably not exlusive. Kissinger is on it, and Bush I. Loads more. I have the book beside me (it’s getting hard to get hold of) but I don’t want to type a massive list of names! Runcie, former Archbishop of Canterbury I(head of C of E), is in there.

        Having said that, the book isn’t recent, so Schwab and others could be in there now – who knows?

        • BackRowHeckler December 3, 2023 at 11:40 am #

          Charles III doesn’t strike me as the sharpest tack in the drawer. If he’s in charge of world affairs we are in trouble. Left to his own devices, could he even run a hotdog stand?

          • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 12:21 pm #

            Probably true. There’s video footage somewhere of one of the Rothschilds poking the then Prince Charles in the chest, in a way that suggested the power relationship wasn’t in Charles’ favour (as in Dr Coleman’s pyramid). One of them is also alleged to have yelled at the Queen.

            While he was still Prince of Wales, Charles took revenues from the Duchy of Cornwall (now William’s Duchy). He was reputed to be an awful landlord. Debi Evans, one of the journalists on UK Column, lives in Cornwall, and has suffered sewage floods dozens of times, while Charles worries himself about flooding in other countries.

          • JohnAZ December 3, 2023 at 2:26 pm #

            Many, many people watched the “Crown”. The portrayal of Charles’ life was not positive, both his domination by his father, his schooling in Scotland instead of Eton, His inability to say no to Mummy regarding Diana, his rejection of Diana, her rejection of him, his lying and hiding under the table with Camilla, his trying to undercut the Queen during her last years.

            He is not a very smart person, is underhanded, and viewers of the Crown are dreading his ascension.

            COP was a mouthpiece for him trying to play “Hail, Britannia.

            The real problem of COP is that the West is the big supporters and they have little impact on the FF, farting cattle, etc. issues. So all the western decision making makes very little difference.

        • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 2:24 pm #

          No, it’s a rectangle!

          Oh the tangled webs we weave when first we practice to perceive.

          Young children naturally believe that a tall glass of water contains more water than a shorter but greater in circumference one. They are encouraged to pour one into the other to show that they hold equal amounts. Then they are asked again – and reply again in the same way that the taller one holds more.

          A year and a year’s worth of brain development later, they are shown a video of their responses. They are outraged – accusing the testers of doctoring the tape.

          Aren’t they a little bit like me and you, or rather you? Egos like yours are keen with protecting their past selves too.

          • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 3:59 pm #

            Stop being stupid. Iain Davis’ schematic diagram remains perfectly valid, as an explanation of layers of decision-making, which is exactly what I described it as.

            He’s a lot smarter than you, so there’s that.

          • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 4:03 pm #

            You might notice, if you look at the actual diagram, that it has the marvellous advantage of having layers – right up to the top,- with enough room in them to write stuff, which is a bit difficult when you draw something pointy. Minds bigger than yours can contain both schematics without a problem.

          • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 4:18 pm #

            Here’s the actual G3P decision-making schematic I mentioned, produced by Iain Davis. It in no way precludes the representation used by the pyramid schematic, because it is showing a related but not identical set of power structures.


            You will notice that the little rectangle with BIS written in it is the exact same size as the little rectangle with Central Banks written in it, even though there’s only one BIS and lots of Central Banks. Don’t let that trouble your little mind. It’s about levels and showing as many of the relevant institutions as can be fitted into a small diagram, along with annotations . Most minds can cope with that, because the schematic diagram in question isn’t dealing with numbers or size, but about layers of decision-making,

            Try to be less stupid. Maybe stop stalking, in your desperation.

          • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 4:21 pm #

            And, if you check out the video on the NWO in this other article by Iain Davis, you’ll spot the pyramid.


            That’s because Iain Davis can contain two useful schematics in his mind at once.

          • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 7:02 pm #

            The Pyramid portrays Hierarchy and the various levels or ties of which it is comprised.

            The rectangle might describe the workings on any given tier or level.

            Get it straight. They’re complimentary and that means different.

          • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 8:04 pm #

            “They’re complimentary and that means different.”

            Thank you for making my point. Now do stop stalking, there’s a ‘deer’.

    • BackRowHeckler December 3, 2023 at 9:23 am #

      I did note note that Hamza Yousef weighed in on ‘Climate Warming Food’ with a pledge to curb Scottish agriculture. Do you find it interesting that this Pakistani Muslim is committed to starving Presbyterians & shuttering traditional Scottish farms?

      • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 10:36 am #

        Humza’s a globalist ghoul. Bought and paid for. The rest of his party aren’t Pakistani Muslims – neither was Sturgeon – but they all follow the same handbook.

  63. GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 10:23 am #

    The New Zealand whistleblower who recently released a data dump on NZ covid vaxx death statistics that has gone viral has been arrested.

    • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 10:23 am #


  64. Alfred December 3, 2023 at 10:31 am #

    “We are at war.”

    Around 2:30:50 on the Kirsch talk – she was the last question from the audience.

    That talk was remarkable, outstanding.

    If we see action on comments like,

    A state about to release it’s record level data
    The adulteration of the shot being a criminal matter

    These events could change minds.

    Institutional capture is a serious issue. Yeah, we need someone who’ll fix that and restore the confidence of people who think.

    Thank you JHK for making me aware of it.

    • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 1:13 pm #

      Looking forward to hearing Steve K. There was also a weekend symposium in Sweden a couple of months ago, organised by Children’s Health Defense (and I think some production input from UK Column, which has hosted previous Doctors for Covid Ethics symposia).


      “On guard for the liberty of mankind’.

      So, it includes discussion of how to oppose the Great Reset, as well as vaxx stuff. Lots of great speakers. Plus there was a conference in Iceland, with Sasha Latypova and others, following which Iceland cancelled the covid shots, for now. Links from her Substack.

    • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 2:31 pm #

      Good thing the population is armed. Oh, they aren’t. All of the Commonwealth countries eagerly (proudly?) disarmed themselves as per the request of their governments. They’re better than Americans! Moral!

  65. ZrCrypDiK December 3, 2023 at 12:05 pm #

    Woah! Neanderthal Queen herself, M Traitor G!!! Hitch your wagon to dat, fo sho.

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  66. beantownbill. December 3, 2023 at 1:12 pm #

    I think I’ve said enough about the Jewish subject for now. I want to enjoy the rest of my weekend and into next week without defending anyone or anything. I don’t have the power to change anyone’s deeply held feelings, so I won’t try.

    I will say, I appreciate those here who generally harbor no ill feelings or ideas about Jews. Specifically I mention BRH, JAZ, Green Alba as well as others. Thank you all.

    • OG December 3, 2023 at 1:28 pm #

      I believe that most of us harbour no ill feelings or ideas about Jews, Bill. We understand that Jews are no more responsible for Bibi’s actions as I am for Justin Trudeau’s.

      • JohnAZ December 3, 2023 at 3:03 pm #


        Most of the blog’s folks are critical of Biden’s impotence on the world scene, he hasn’t the guts to stand up to our adversaries.

        Why the adverse feeling about Bibi doing the same thing?

        Think of Quebec, many would rather be under French control. Is that a 2 state solution there? Or are French speakers just Palis inside Canada. What if separatists started bombing Ottawa or Toronto? What “keeps them in line”.

        We visited Belfast on our cruise. A walled city like Gaza with a separatist faction staying quiet for now.

        Strong governments keep things quiet, cowardly governments create chaos.

  67. beantownbill. December 3, 2023 at 1:21 pm #


    You referenced the word ‘shitweasel’ above. Just FYI the word shitweasel was invented by Stephen King in one of his novels. He named it for alien invaders which ended up in people’s digestive tracks. They were disgusting.

    • ZrCrypDiK December 3, 2023 at 2:19 pm #

      OMFG that Q-stick still *ALIVE* – belieb DaT. ’nuff said.

      • ZrCrypDiK December 3, 2023 at 3:02 pm #

        I swear, I heard this, in reference to Seattle and Portland – “Stephen King’s got nothing on John Carpenter!”

  68. JohnAZ December 3, 2023 at 2:53 pm #

    Just saw an article about saving ketchup by creating a heat tolerant tomato.

    They just do not get it, the climate idiots.

    The climate is not going to change its current paths, it will continue to get hotter, or it may disturb ocean currents and get colder.

    No one knows for sure, one way or the other.

    That is why I know COP is a globalist power grab, period. CharlesIII, Kerry , Gore, etc are all full of BS as well as all their scientists.

    What COP should be doing is preparing the geo-politics of the world for whatever changes are coming.

    Tomato, tomahto, instead of trying to create a new one, why not grow them in Canada or Siberia?

    The breadbasket that the Great Plains has always been is going to shift to Canada and from Ukraine to Siberia. Egypt is trying to irrigate the Sahara with groundwater. What else can be done to adjust instead of useless energy change?

    • ZrCrypDiK December 3, 2023 at 3:04 pm #

      Haha!!! COPB is for real – momma dieing…

  69. docmartin December 3, 2023 at 2:56 pm #

    My daddy used to say that miserable people need a whipping boy, and it seems that there are a lot of miserable people here who have chosen the Jews to be theirs.

    • JohnAZ December 3, 2023 at 3:05 pm #

      The blame game. A human condition. The search for the guilty.

      Currently being brought to you from a
      Deep State near you.

      • ZrCrypDiK December 3, 2023 at 3:19 pm #

        Divide & conquer? Smoke and mirrors? Bread and circuses?!… Yeah, *riiiiGHT*

      • Mike Sherman December 3, 2023 at 6:59 pm #

        Nah, JohnAZ…the Blame Game being played here is from all you right-wing nutjobs playing ‘Victim!’ and putting it on anyone else you can find.

    • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 3:22 pm #

      Susan Sontag: Whites are the cancer of humanity.

      Tucker Carlson: It’s their money and they can do whatever they want with it. But where were the donors when Harvard started teaching White genocide at Harvard? They said nothing and didn’t divest. So does that mean they endorse it?

      Jarek: What other conclusion can one come to?

    • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 3:27 pm #

      Pats or Stealers, Doc? Irish or immigrants? Immigrants, right?

  70. Jarek December 3, 2023 at 3:32 pm #

    Drone strikes against ships in the Red Sea. One commercial vessel severely damaged. The Houthis are showing their worth now.

    The other commercial vessel is lightly damaged. The USS Carney shot down a number of drones. The missiles fired by the Houthis missed by miles.

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    • JohnAZ December 3, 2023 at 3:55 pm #


      Is Iran shifting to the oil flow out of the Gulf maybe? Or up the Red Sea to Suez? Three proxies now in the ME, Is SA surrounded?

      Just ongoing, why not just take all three out in one fell swoop?

      • Jarek December 3, 2023 at 6:59 pm #

        Maybe the three were in a group, with the USS Carney there to defend them? I assume they tried to take all three but the Carney was able to get most of the drones. Maybe the ship furthest away from the Carney is the one that is severely damaged, or it was the first to get hit.

        • JohnAZ December 3, 2023 at 11:49 pm #

          The three I am referring to take out are Hamas, Hezbollah and the Houthi’s.

          Back in 43, FDR made a deal with King Faisal to defend the SA peninsula, the Kingdom, from attacks in exchange for oils for WW2 and since. Kuwait was one, Iran and its proxies remain another.

          The US is not only protecting Israel by supplying weapons, but SA and its oil too.

          Unless Biden breaks the FDR deal.

          One huge problem the Deep State has right now is how to convince enough Gen z kids to sign up for the military. IMHO, I do not think enough people would be willing to fight for this country anymore.

          With the ME and Ukraine going on, why wouldn’t China go after Taiwan now?

  71. Q. Shtik December 3, 2023 at 4:30 pm #

    Does anybody know anything about the drug Paxlovid? Good? Bad?

    It’s a series of pills taken over a 5 day period. My wife’s taking it.

    • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 4:44 pm #

      Bad, sorry. Pfizer. Debi Evans, on UK Column, has covered it on several occasions. Don’t touch Molnupiravir either. Although now your wife has started it, I don’t know if stopping before the end of the course is a bad thing too. I’ll see if I can find some of Debi’s blogs on it.

      • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 4:44 pm #

        People taking it for covid were finding that their covid just came back after a few days.

        • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 4:47 pm #

          From UKC about a year ago:


          “Paxlovid is an antiviral made by Pfizer. In tablet form, it is given to those who test positive for Covid-19 and deemed vulnerable. Said to be a game-changer in the armour of Covid therapeutics: three tablets per day for five days, to be taken within five days of symptoms manifesting.

          However, all is not what it may seem. Paxlovid is under emergency-use authorisation and is not effective for people who are vaccinated. Watch out for the term ‘rebound Covid’. In this short video, Dr Fauci (who has just announced his retirement) reveals he has been a victim of ‘rebound Covid’. Do we believe him? No chance. We should recall that President Biden appears to be a victim of ‘rebound Covid’ too, despite having had four jabs and a course of Paxlovid.”

    • Mike Sherman December 3, 2023 at 6:56 pm #

      Wasn’t it Paxlovid that gave Drumpf his miraculous recovery from his near-death experience with the Wuhan flu’?

      • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 8:02 pm #

        No. Paxlovid wasn’t around then. It’s post-‘vaccine’. From what I recall, he had dexamethazone, HCQ (possibly) and monoclonal antibodies. But don’t take that as gospel – it was a long time ago.

        • GreenAlba December 3, 2023 at 8:50 pm #

          If Paxlovid had been around before the quacksines and had made the claims it makes to treat covid, none of the manufacturers would have been allowed an Emergency Use Authorisation for their jabs. You only get an EUA for a ‘vaccine’ if there is no treatment available.

          And there being no treatment available was the humungous lie that allowed the quacksines. Surely to goodness you’ve figured that out by now.

        • Night Owl December 4, 2023 at 9:21 am #

          I recall monoclonal antibodies, as well as him flaunting going maskless when he made his first public appearance afterward.

          I suspect he was poisoned, if anything.

          “Covid” hasn’t killed anyone, which is why it had a 99%+ survival rate even with all the fraud in the stats (3-4 prexisting conditions, etc.)

    • ZrCrypDiK December 3, 2023 at 10:05 pm #

      Oh *SH!* sounds like U know about it. Couldn’t be much worse than Oxy/Fent?!?

  72. BULLITT December 3, 2023 at 6:26 pm #

    I suffer from the possible aftereffects of the COVID Vaccine. I do a lot of reading on the subject. I study the VAERS Report for adverse reactions. I’ve been diagnosed with Crohn’s at age 77. The VAERS Report says that in addition to heart and lung issues, intestinal problems are a result of the vaccine.
    Yesterday I read on a website that some batches of the Pfizer Vaccine were contaminated. After a search by zip code and batch number (found on my vaccine card) I was the recipient of a bad batch. The chart shows the number of reactions by batch. I guess I was one of the unlucky ones. Maybe if some of the poets on this site would stay on Jim’s subject “COVID” and share info, we would be a better people.
    I don’t know if the Jewish people run Pfizer. I’ll let you people check this out.

    • ZrCrypDiK December 3, 2023 at 10:08 pm #

      U know I hate to say this, but you’re *ULD* – like Trump and Biden!!! Srsly, 77?!?

      • ZrCrypDiK December 3, 2023 at 10:17 pm #

        That Noam Chomsky guy – he gotta be 100 by now – DO U BELIEB DAT.

      • Alfred December 4, 2023 at 9:24 am #

        The worst thing about getting old is realizing how stupid you were when you were young.

        Let that sink in.

    • JimInFlorida2.0 December 4, 2023 at 9:16 am #

      It’s very easy to find the truth of who runs Pfizer, the CDC, and other obviously corrupted institutions. Both visible and behind the curtain. But, you’ll have to go outside the Official Sources and Narratives to get the truth. There will be many Sacred Cows to shove aside and a lot of shrill shaming by the Usual Suspects of the New Left.

  73. Night Owl December 4, 2023 at 7:47 am #

    Jerome Corsi on the Jerm Warfare podcast:

    “Oil is not running out. In fact, oil is one of the most abundant liquids on Earth. Jerome Corsi argues that oil is abiotic and not scarce.”


    Audio/podcast at bottom of page.


  74. OG December 4, 2023 at 12:38 pm #

    December 3, 2023 at 3:03 pm #

    OG. Most of the blog’s folks are critical of Biden’s impotence on the world scene, he hasn’t the guts to stand up to our adversaries.

    Right. US Foreign Policy does not meddle in world affairs nearly enough. Gotcha. Good thinking.

    Are you not the same guy who recently said something like, ‘When will America learn to mind its own business’?

    Why the adverse feeling about Bibi doing the same thing?

    Apartheid, concentration camps, collective punishment, refugee crisis created, use of white phosphorus on civilians, etc., etc., etc. is hardly the “same thing” as … whatever that is that you’re saying.

    Bibi’s Mossad black-opped 10/7 [Israel’s 9/11], JAZ. They did so to justify their current genocide and land conquest of Gaza.

    Bibi’s people were pre-warned and advised to take a different path of car travel within London on the morning of the UK’s most famous terrorist attack since Guy Fawkes: 7/7.

    Bibi wants Gaza to be a natural gas industry, beautiful 15-Minute Smart Cities for God’s chosen people, and a global economic champion leap frog with the Ben-Gurion Canal. [BGC: $50B construction cost, estimated $6-8B/year revenue joining the Mediterranean and Red Seas multitudes of times superior to the aged Suez Canal.]

    Think of Quebec, many would rather be under French control. Is that a 2 state solution there?

    You want to compare the lives of the Francophones in Quebec to the Gazans in an Israeli-made and enforced concentration camp?

    You are desperate.

    They are under French control as much as their votes mandate. Separately, potentially country-dividing separation votes have been held in Quebec a few times. A separation mandate came within a whisker of being in about 1997ish.

    Quebecois Francophones are free in Canada (notwithstanding we’re all losing our freedom at the hands of Trudeau). Gazans … not so much.

    Here’s an anecdote for you: I met my good buddy, Nicolas, who grew up Franco-only in Montreal, in our Computer Engineering tech course in 100% English Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. How many Computer Engineering students from Gaza do you think that there are in Tel Aviv?

    Or are French speakers just Palis inside Canada.

    Hardly. Just the opposite. We must have French on everything across the entire land. Many of our academic brightest, born in the 1970s on, became so with “French Immersion” where all subjects are taught en francais [Kindergarten – Grade 12] while in 100% English-speaking provinces. Our laws provide myriad opportunities for Quebecois to take his/her simple first language and turn it into a high-paying job in Vancouver or Edmonton or Toronto or Halifax).

    Being a Franco in Canada kicks ass. Being a Gazan in a concentration camp with white phosphorous raining down … not so much.

    What if separatists started bombing Ottawa or Toronto? What “keeps them in line”.

    We don’t “keep them in line,” JAZ. They are free. If anything, we coddle their language and their culture.

    I believe that “keeping people in line” is akin to the pit-bull owners in the 1980s that gave the breed such a horrible. Only apartheid states need to “keep people in line.”

    We visited Belfast on our cruise. A walled city like Gaza with a separatist faction staying quiet for now.
    Strong governments keep things quiet, cowardly governments create chaos.

    Yet war crimes in front of the whole world are in-your-face war crimes.

    The blame game. A human condition. The search for the guilty.

    FYI – Blame game: Bad! Human conditions: Good! The search for the guilty: Good!


    My daddy used to say that miserable people need a whipping boy, and it seems that there are a lot of miserable people here who have chosen the Jews to be theirs.

    True irony is a slippery fish. Is that ironic? “Whipping boy,” I mean.

    I believe that most people are opposed to Bibi’s genocide and conquest of Gaza right here in 2023. But do you discuss our legitimate issues? No. You just ridicule us to off-handedly dismiss genocide and conquest. Little kids are dying of white fucking phosphorous, you corrupt, sick swine!


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