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What you’re actually seeing in the rhetorical hoo-ha over the January Sixth capitol riot is the main cattle-prod driving mob madness — fear of Covid-19 — losing its power to terrorize the public. The Party-of-Chaos put on a grand opera of lamentation Thursday to celebrate its unity in victim-hood — we wuz so traumatized by the riot! — but in the background, they can see their dearer dream of total vaccination — and total control of the population — fade in the winter mists.

This is the crisis of a managerial class that has lost its ability to manage anything, including all of us. Thus, the hysteria in the blue precincts of America, where they are concentrated. And, as I’ve averred before, the madness probably has its roots in the slow-motion train wreck of our techno-industrial economy. The managerial class can surely sense it and see it coming, but they don’t have a clue what to do about it. So, in desperate need of some signifying ritual, they’re left performing a grand-scale Chinese fire drill like drunken sophomores of yore — a flurry of pointless, attention-seeking activity.

You see, this total vaccination fantasy is meant to compensate for that inability to govern in a time of epic turbulence. It provides an illusion of control. But the obvious insanity of it stands out in the demonstrable facts that the vaccinations don’t work, and that they are racking up an impressive record of harming people. These two facts must be ignored by the vax-happy Blue Team, even as the immunizing and pretty harmless Omicron variant spreads speedily across the land conferring superior natural immunity on those who survive it — which is, functionally, everyone.

The virus looks like it’s on that ol’ exit ramp, but the disintegrating economy will still be with us, and no amount of political degeneracy disguised as virtue will stop it. We still have to manage our lives individually and collectively going through it. It’s going to be a tough slog. The federal government in its current iteration is looking like more of an impediment than a help to any of us. Its current hysterical flounderings send a clear message: You can’t depend on us to do anything right. Instead, select a favorable place to plant your flag, and figure out what you can do locally to rebuild some means of productive activity, fortify basic institutions of law, public safety, and money, and restore credible authority.

You will have to be nimble and resourceful. The Covid lockdowns of the past two years have destroyed many small businesses, but think of that as the tide going out before the blowback of a tsunami that will sweep away the large businesses next. The WalMarts, the automobile industry, the airlines, trucking, Amazon.com, major league sports, the fast-food empires, the oil industry, the mega-banks — all these systems have gone into speed-wobble and most of them will crash hard.

It’s an issue of scale. The broken giants will have to be replaced by lower-scaled systems for producing stuff, moving it, and selling it. That includes food, especially, by the way. How are you going to be part of that where you live? What role can you imagine yourself in? What are you good at? What do you dream of being good at? Can you assemble a social network for yourself? Do you have any ability to look after the public interest? Can you speak coherently? Do you mean what you say? Are you grounded morally in right-and-wrong? Can others depend on you to keep your word? These are the questions that will matter going forward, not whether you were vaccinated, or voted for Mr. Trump, or know the lyrics to God Bless America.

It looks like the disorders of economy and community are heading to center stage as the Covid-19 melodrama closes down. Since human nature is perverse, the current mass formation psychosis may transfer its energy onto new hobgoblins. But the mass of Americans — putting aside blue and red insignia for a moment — might simply be tired of lunacy. They may even begin to show some impatience with those who generate it, for instance the cable TV news channels. Some of the most practiced conveyors of lunacy are heading out the door in the months ahead. Joy Reid of MSNBC is reportedly on her way off-camera (not by choice), and a while back the redoubtably dishonest Rachel Maddow announced her exit for April of this year, probably in anticipation of all her beloved narratives falling apart.

Lunacy is exhausting. Soon enough, even the crazed governments of Euroland and Australia will suddenly drop their lockdowns and vaccination tyrannies as reality presses on the bubbles they occupy. In the face of the Omicron fade-out, they’ll turn 180-degrees and try to pretend that the episode of madness never happened. I doubt they will get away with it. Many politicians in these lands will be bum-rushed from office at the first opportunity.

Even our earnestly malicious Dr. Fauci is back-pedaling furiously, perhaps hearing the bloodhounds of justice yapping out in the gloaming. This week, he finally admitted that half the hospital cases of Covid were actually some other illnesses with the label “Covid” slapped on — in effect, to bribe corrupt hospital managers with big wads of federal subsidy money for using the killer drug remdesivir and intubating hapless Covid victims. Sounds like a racket, a little bit, but then the word racket defines the totality of Dr. Fauci’s career. The decisions he made about banning early treatment of Covid and suppressing information about cheap and effective drugs — in the service of preserving the emergency use authorization and the concomitant liability shield for his deadly “vaccines” — arguably led to the deaths of several hundred thousand people. If he doesn’t live to see prosecution, bear in mind that he had plenty of deputies and associates throughout the public health agencies carrying out that policy who deserve to spend some time in courtrooms.

Meanwhile, the prudent will save their energy to get through the rigors ahead and make plans for a changed economic landscape that will require all the classical virtues they can muster for creating a life worth living.

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1,080 Responses to “When That Ol’ Mojo Stops Workin’”

  1. lizharmon January 7, 2022 at 9:47 am #

    Good riddance to big box corporate America. They have been complicit in all of this nonsense. They deserve to fail.

    • rainmaker January 7, 2022 at 10:06 am #

      Big box corporate America is fascism, just the way Mussolini described it. Antifa is the brownshirt brigade of corporate America, ironically.

      • HomoSapiensWannaBe January 7, 2022 at 10:15 am #

        To paraphrase Charleton Heston famous NRA convention speech, “They will have to pry my Amazon Prime account out of my cold, dead smart phone!!”

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          • elysianfield January 7, 2022 at 4:08 pm #

            Posting nude pics of your mother is not “completing work”

            …Any nude pics of your dad?

          • HowardBeale January 8, 2022 at 11:49 am #


            I think those ARE pictures of her dad…

      • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:08 am #

        No, because in Fascism, the Government guides and controls (not owns) Industry, whereas in our system, the Corporations ultimately control the Government.

        You almost got it right since the two spheres can’t be kept separate in the modern industrial state. You just got it reversed – which of course is getting all wrong.

        • lastman January 7, 2022 at 11:32 am #

          Thank God that your here to point shit like that out.

          Get a life outside camping on this blog (all day) and find fault with everyone’s point, opinion, thoughts.

          Must be awesome to be right all the fucking time.

          • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 12:29 pm #

            Well not all the fucking time, but in this case, certainly.

          • Q. Shtik January 7, 2022 at 3:26 pm #

            Thank God that your here – lastman



          • Paula D January 7, 2022 at 7:44 pm #

            Ha, ha, Q, well played.

        • HowardBeale January 8, 2022 at 11:52 am #

          Capitalization is a thing. Missing words is a thing. Being a low IQ pedant is a thing.
          You’re living the thing life. Congrats, dude.

          • ianw January 9, 2022 at 2:22 am #

            People aren’t expected to write PhD dissertations here, but basic grammar, capitalisation, and punctuation could be applied, so the reader is not over-offended.

            Some here are quite close to functionally illiterate. And deliberately so, I would wager.

          • Jarek January 9, 2022 at 1:03 pm #

            Howie, how are ya? I used to like Howie Carr, but of course I didn’t know back then like I do now.

        • MisterBimmler January 8, 2022 at 8:18 pm #

          T Jefferson says: “I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our monied corporations which dare already to challenge our government to a trial by strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country.”

          well- they tried. It was a noble effort.

        • abbybwood January 9, 2022 at 2:03 am #

          I think Dr. Mike Yeadon spells out The Smoking Gun here that everyone must see:


          If Joe Rogan interviews him that could help us reach that critical tipping point to deliver those currently living inside their Covid bubbles to break free.

          • ianw January 9, 2022 at 2:26 am #

            Good grief.

            Mike Yeadon and Joe Rogan quoted in the same post … it seems there are no depths that are not too deep for the pandemic-denier. Sad.

          • GreenAlba January 9, 2022 at 9:43 am #

            Troll knows better than former VP of Pfizer’s Respiratory division, who left on good terms to start up own biotech company and continued to work with Pfizer, so has no axe to grind and is in need of neither publicity (being a serious introvert) nor money, having sold his company.

            Troll does not have a degree in biochemistry and toxicology or a research-based PhD in respiratory pharmacology, like Mike Yeadon, so the best he can do for his paymasters is to fling yet more ad homs.

            If you listened to the interview and responded, you might have some credibility as a non-troll, troll.

          • GreenAlba January 9, 2022 at 9:45 am #

            Very silly double negative there too, for someone demanding good grammar to avoid offending readers.


            But not as sad as being a paid troll.

    • DanandMary January 7, 2022 at 10:16 am #

      Greetings from Mt. Monadnock. I used to think I was born 150 years late. Now I’m thinking I was born 150 years too soon. Either way, we’re here for the biggest shit show in the history of Human kind… break out the pop corn.

      • lastman January 7, 2022 at 11:38 am #


        It is a great time to be alive…for how much longer?

        No butter on my popcorn please and just a touch of Redmond salt.

    • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 10:21 am #

      Lately Walmart has been looking to me like they have no interest in running actual stores.

      • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 10:41 am #

        The retail store is on the way out.

        Amazon keeps taking away the advantage of the retail stores, ease of returns, better selection, instant gratification, and eyes-on selection. Retail sales has almost no protective advantage, thus its precarious position.

        My wife says that retail stores have lousy selection, too, but that could be generational.

        Ha, like paying to have holes torn into jeans legs. To make them look worn out?

        Someone needs to come up with a better idea, always. Someone needs to compete with Bezos. Governmental protection to protect Amazon needs to be removed.

        Along with all the other big corporations, competition needs to reign supreme.

        Remove protection, do not penalize, the competitive sand box needs to be level.

        • DrTomSchmidt January 7, 2022 at 10:44 am #

          Amazon makes basically no money running Amazon.com. The big money is in AWS, supported by the Intelligence Community. There they make a LOT of money.

          That’s going to come to an end, too, but not before subsidized Amazon.com has made a sterile landscape of retail.

          • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 11:13 am #

            I know so many people, not just women, but many younger men as well, who enjoy going shopping as a pastime.

            The malls are failing because the anchor stores are failing, not because the customers all of a sudden stopped.

            Sometimes I am forced to try to order shoes online. I read the reviews, all the women having a terrible time trying to buy shoes without having tried them on first.

            Then there’s the dreaded “runs big” or “runs small”. If one sneaker in a brand isn’t the same size as their other size 6 1/2, why do the tell you it’s that size? Why not call it the size it is?

            If you aren’t careful, you end up spending money to try on clothing.

          • jerrydylan January 7, 2022 at 11:32 am #

            Right you are. I noticed Amazon prices were higher for selected goods than Ebay where a human is actually selling brand new things exactly the same as Amazon.

          • cbeard January 8, 2022 at 6:01 am #


          • ianw January 9, 2022 at 2:33 am #

            Amazon makes basically no money running Amazon.com. The big money is in AWS

            Some evidence that amazon.com doesn’t make money … I think this is horseradish. And what is “AWS” when it’s at home?

            What rabbit-hole are you emerging from?

          • Redneck Liberal January 9, 2022 at 4:19 am #

            ianw – Amazon Web Services, which is undoubted connected to whichever ISP you use to access this very page, so where along the line…

          • sstumpff January 10, 2022 at 3:47 pm #

            This is an important point for Anti-trust. Would amazon.com (and other amazon online stores) make any money at all if it had to pay full price for servers like everyone else who uses AWS?

        • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:10 am #

          Hey, less fabric. So women’s clothes should be cheaper than men’s, but they’re fancy, so no.

          The gimmick lately is men wearing shorts in the winter.

          • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 11:16 am #

            I notice wearing flip flops in February in the northeast is no longer a thing.

          • crudgemudgeon January 7, 2022 at 12:11 pm #

            Vkad, I noticed that those wearing shorts and flip flops and looking stoic all arrive in late model vehicles that aren’t going to break down. Then they park close to the entrance of their destination. They aren’t walking anywhere far.

          • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 12:31 pm #

            Always have an old coat and blanket in the trunk. And a candle in the glove compartment. It could save your life.

          • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 12:50 pm #

            Jarek, especially if you travel I-95 with a lame duck governor in office.

        • lastman January 7, 2022 at 11:43 am #

          People just need to ignore bezos…ignore all of them.

          If not, future generations will be/have nothing.

          If I’m not mistaken, someone already said that.

          • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 12:18 pm #

            Right, but it will not happen until something better comes along.

            One comment on Amazon, it is nothing but a catalogue store combined with a very slick delivery service. It has cost all of us much higher shipping charges as other companies have tried to compete.

            Remember though, it is a store, that promotes sales from manufacturers. It promotes small business. Sears, Wards, Kmart, Target and Walmart are predecessors.

            One other observation, there is a drive by the computer nerds to make everything happen at home, to stay home. Naturally, the Covid business has aided their drive. So has Amazon. Most people do not like the shopping at the mall experience anymore. Bezos realized these trends and is wealthy because of it.

          • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 5:26 pm #

            I was never big on mall shopping. I tended to patronize the smaller places. They are all but gone.

            The end of JITS is the siren call of the big box establishments.

        • MisterBimmler January 8, 2022 at 8:39 pm #

          You’ll remember that JC Penneys catalog companies put the hurt on the mom n pop shops back in the XIX century- Then Wal_Mart crushed the big catalog companies’ bricks n mortar outlets. Now finally online is crushing WalMart. But still, through it all, a lot of mom n pop shops of various kinds grind through. I could put in a commercial for my wife’s vintage clothing business. The answer seems to lie in combining a shopfront of even micro size with an online presence using one of a number of online intermediaries-who naturally sit on your money for several days before sending it on, but codb. There are always guerilla solutions.

      • Blackbird January 7, 2022 at 12:28 pm #

        Walmart has always looked that way to me. Walked into a Walmart 5 times in my life (cursing my weakness each time). And each time walked out empty-handed because they didn’t have what I was looking for (asking myself, “When are you going to learn?”, each time). Actually the first time I just went to see if they had anything made in the USA – I didn’t find anything, even the “Made in USA” hat was made in China.

        • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 12:55 pm #

          Walmart has always varied by location, from what I understand. Some in more rural areas of the south were much nicer stores.

          When Sam Walton was alive, Walmart still carried more USA made products than other places.

          Remember how you used to get greeted when you entered? Now many stores send someone running after you as you are leaving, demanding to see your sales slip.

          • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 5:33 pm #

            Sam Walton ran it as hands-on as possible.

            Would show up a loading dock in the wee morning hours with coffee and doughnuts, talk with the employees, find out what was good and what they needed, address issues. Find a truck, introduce himself, and ride in the cab for the next 10-12 hours. Learned a lot about the business and employees with such tactics.

            Not taught in the management schools today.

          • Anthea January 7, 2022 at 7:00 pm #

            In my rural area, Walmart is almost the only place to shop within a reasonable driving distance–and certainly the only place where you can run in and pick up a toaster, a pair of reading glasses, a bunch of radishes, and a quart of motor oil–and fill your prescription.

            Since both the clientelle and the employees are almost all rural, everyone is friendly and courteous.

            People who live in the city tell me that they don’t shop at Walmart because the other shoppers are tweakers and assorted other forms of lowlife, and they don’t want to get mugged in the parking lot.

        • UN OUT OF USA January 7, 2022 at 3:03 pm #

          Blackbird, while not a big fan of Walmart, I recently went there looking for propane camping gas in 16oz. cylinders for a heater of mine. My local sporting goods store was all out. Walmart had Coleman Camping Gas cylinders in the 16 oz. size that I needed. These are made in the USA “with global components”. The actual cylinders are made by Worthington Cylinder Corp in Columbus, OH. Like I said, I am not a big fan of Walmart but fair is fair. Not everything in these horrid stores are made in China.

      • 100th Avatar January 7, 2022 at 1:14 pm #

        Walmart has ALWAYS looked to me like they have no interest in their actual stores.

        I have visited, very regrettably, maybe three times, through no real choice, and each time I could only overcome the experience by way of a long hot shower, a three finger pour of a nightcap, and a trip to an old fashioned steak house. Bottle and cigar service and all that.
        Restores your confidence in humanity.

    • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 10:28 am #

      Yes, to make a healthy competitive capitalistic economy happen, big box needs to be constantly replaced by more aggressive smaller companies and corporations. Remember the bail out of the car companies, watch the government try to aid them to shut down Tesla.

      The Deep State is the source of the ability of big corporations to ignore taxes, get contracts, move offshore, access Wall Street. The DeepState wants few and big corporations so they can control the economy from DC.

      Jarek is right, capitalism trends towards monopolization, yes, and it needs negative feedback of some sort, maybe realistic progressive income taxes to thwart the loss of competitiveness. Another effect, though, is the government forcing the loss of competitiveness by favoring the big guys. The Deep State wants socialism, albeit Communism. Germany did the same thing under Hitler, nationalizing the economy for power, fascism.

      Remember Trump wanting to put a tax return on a post card. The inside track on that was he wanted to undo the protection the big boxes have from taxes and the power of the Congressional lobbyists for preferential tax treatment.

      It is this power that will destroy capitalism in the US. The Deep State is smiling at the demise of our competitive society.

      • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:14 am #

        Your post makes no sense. Centralization will happen unless a more powerful force checks it. That would be the Government. Fascism and National Socialism give orders to industry not vice versa.

        Americans are insane. If you put the issue before got_truth he would choose to be ruled by the corporations rather than evil government.

        It is one or the other. I’d rather be ruled by people who were elected and have sworn oaths to serve. They can be removed, at least theoretically, in an otherwise healthy state. None of that is true under Plutocracy. The rulers there answer only to the shareholders.

        • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 12:23 pm #

          YOUR post makes no sense.

          You are saying the government is the control over centralization, monopolization?

          They are the cause of it!!

          Socialism, totalitarianism has destroyed societies . The decentralization of societies is the trigger for solid economies.

          You believe the vote will control the government? Jarek, your are just plain not paying attention.

          • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 12:33 pm #

            Private capital centralizes. That’s what the International Banks and Corporations (now the Funds) are. They rule the West and much of the rest of the planet to boot. Your libertarianism was a ruse for the rubes. A mind poison. It worked. You are the evidence.

        • AngryFarmer January 8, 2022 at 4:11 pm #

          I don’t know about that.

          I’d rather not be “ruled” by anybody.

          But if I’ve got to make a choice between the forces of commerce and the forces of government, I think that’s pretty dicey.

          After all, there’s thousands of years of recorded history. And most of the wars, oppressions, suppressions, genocides, ethnic cleansing and mass internments have been perpetrated by the guy saying “I’m here to run things “, NOT by the guy saying “I’m here to sell you stuff”.

        • Uncle Bob January 9, 2022 at 2:01 pm #

          Are you saying the rise of ESG scores being perpetrated by the Left via banks as part of Klaus Schwab is WEF is capitalist enterprise; government meddling in the free market;or an attempt to meld corporatist, banking, and government interests into a single entity to rule over everyone with a rod of iron?

    • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 11:06 am #

      Yes, let’s hope Woke turns to Wake for BigCorp: their funeral wake.

    • lastman January 7, 2022 at 11:36 am #

      Absolutely Liz! If everyone quit heading to mal wart, lowe’s, home depot, mcdon’s, kfc, taco bell, etc., etc., etc. The place would be on there ass in a matter of months.

      But alas, sheep are sheep. Until slaughter.

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      • UN OUT OF USA January 7, 2022 at 3:09 pm #

        Then you’re wasting time typing on this site. Go back to your “85/dollars/h” job. What a boob.

        • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 9:18 pm #

          Consider you might be feeding the “wildlife” by acknowledging the bs. Not being critical, just offering a thought.

  2. Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 9:54 am #

    We have witnessed the greatest act of mass murder in history.

    I don’t share the belief that all of this is nearly over, however. In Europe, they are doing whatever they can to keep the vax/SSI pass alive.

    The fight for freedom will take longer.

    • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 10:01 am #

      Kazakhstan- they told us it was over high fuel prices, but I am hearing it is because they locked them out of their money with a “vax pass”.

      Oddly enough, none of our elected officials, or former ones, in this country, even seem aware that this is happening.

      • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 10:14 am #


        I have been following the situation, but have found little in the way of useful info.

        The endgame for all of us is to comply or be locked out of our bank accounts, food stores, etc., so I would be quite interested to see if the government did, in fact, already go that far.

        • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 10:23 am #

          My only links would be to people saying they have heard this.

        • Islander January 7, 2022 at 10:43 am #

          Good info from Pepe Escobar on the background to the current op in Kaz:

          Escobar doesn’t mention vaxxpasses. Perhaps his informants didn’t mention.

          If you are unfamiliar with Pepe Escobar, don’t be turned off by The Saker blog location.The Saker, Andrei Rayevsky, is his own brand of covid nut, but his blog an excellent “from-the-horse’s-mouht” source on Euransian affairs. Some of the regular commenters are very well informed.

          Escobar is one of the most brilliant analysts and writers out there. His “official” perch is Asia Times.

          There is other good analysis of Russia/Eurasian affairs here–namely, the Ukraine/Russia/Donbass situ:

          It seems quite clear that the US is trying to start a war with Russia. Some in the admin or DoD must ; know that this is madness and we can’t win. other hardliners want to give it a try. Meanwhile, Russia-China have pretty much perfected their SWIFT alternative. Check out the great Hudson-Norton interview (also linked at The Saker blog) to see more dots and ways to connect them.

        • Uncle Bob January 9, 2022 at 3:00 pm #

          Kinda makes one think of this passage, especially TBE last few verses:

          Revelation 13


          The Beast out of the Sea
          1 The dragon stood on the shore of the sea. And I saw a beast coming out of the sea. It had ten horns and seven heads, with ten crowns on its horns, and on each head a blasphemous name. 2 The beast I saw resembled a leopard, but had feet like those of a bear and a mouth like that of a lion. The dragon gave the beast his power and his throne and great authority. 3 One of the heads of the beast seemed to have had a fatal wound, but the fatal wound had been healed. The whole world was filled with wonder and followed the beast. 4 People worshiped the dragon because he had given authority to the beast, and they also worshiped the beast and asked, “Who is like the beast? Who can wage war against it?” 5 The beast was given a mouth to utter proud words and blasphemies and to exercise its authority for forty-two months. 6 It opened its mouth to blaspheme God, and to slander his name and his dwelling place and those who live in heaven. 7 It was given power to wage war against God’s holy people and to conquer them. And it was given authority over every tribe, people, language and nation. 8 All inhabitants of the earth will worship the beast—all whose names have not been written in the Lamb’s book of life, the Lamb who was slain from the creation of the world. 9 Whoever has ears, let them hear. 10 “If anyone is to go into captivity, into captivity they will go. If anyone is to be killed with the sword, with the sword they will be killed.”This calls for patient endurance and faithfulness on the part of God’s people.
          The Beast out of the Earth
          11 Then I saw a second beast, coming out of the earth. It had two horns like a lamb, but it spoke like a dragon. 12 It exercised all the authority of the first beast on its behalf, and made the earth and its inhabitants worship the first beast, whose fatal wound had been healed. 13 And it performed great signs, even causing fire to come down from heaven to the earth in full view of the people. 14 Because of the signs it was given power to perform on behalf of the first beast, it deceived the inhabitants of the earth. It ordered them to set up an image in honor of the beast who was wounded by the sword and yet lived. 15 The second beast was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that the image could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed. 16 It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, 17 so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name. 18 This calls for wisdom. Let the person who has insight calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man. That number is 666.

      • Ron Anselmo January 7, 2022 at 10:23 am #

        Oh, they’re aware Beryl – they just fucking pretend they aren’t aware. The new way of governance – if you pretend it doesn’t exist – then it doesn’t.

        To wit: This morning, thousands have crossed our southern border. If we pretend they haven’t though – then they haven’t.

        Like Pelosi pretending she & her husband are trading ” a free market” – I guess, if they think so.

        • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 10:54 am #

          Do nothing-Make excuses. The motto of the Deep State.

          The new type of governance is on purpose, totally. First, spend fifty years loading up every institution with your cohorts until you are in singular power across the board. Then, pass the laws to make your permanence the law of the land. Uniparty arises. The Deep State arises.

          Hitler did it in ten years because of the emergency state of Germany economics. Fascism is coming from the Left, quickly now with Covid. You all may be right, the Unvaxxed may be wearing stars in the future.

          Hmm, sound familiar?

      • lastman January 7, 2022 at 11:47 am #

        1/2 the worlds uranium comes from there.

        Behind the scenes, all these green countries and the .00001% realize that this wet dream that they have been having requires massive amounts of electricity.

        • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 12:26 pm #

          Well said!

          • lastman January 7, 2022 at 1:14 pm #

            Here’s one for you John. True story, I’ll be as brief as I can.

            Bitcoin…Group of investors bought an old abandon plant in a nearby liberal city…for pennies on the dollar/10 year tax blah,blah. Investors fixed the place up minutely and began renting spaces. In comes a bitcoin mining deal. Pretty big one from what I could see. So, their mining coin. BC heading up…smart move it appears. BC to 100k! Suddenly, BC flat lines for quite a while. I think it was stuck in the $30 k area for quite some time.

            With the plant also came a bunch or small rental homes…plus or minus a 100 of them. So they got more money/tax incentives to create affordable housing. These places could have been bought for easily under a 100k and probably a lot less than that before all of this. Homes built circa 1930 on avg. 1000-1500 sq. ft. max. Get the pic?

            So, with BC flatlining, the BC investors suddenly bail. Gone. No continued growth in BC, no profit.

            With the sudden RE boom, the investor dudes are like, hey man BC left so we gotta pay da man, so we going to offer these homes to the existing renters…we’ll make them a deal that they can’t refuse. How about $349,995.00?

            Homes worth about 50k on a 50×50 lot. I do know that you could not buy one for under $300k.

            So back to where I was going, massive amounts of electricity, BC. The county where this took place produces 60 mega kilowatts of electricity…for the whole county. The bitcoin mining op used 20 mega kilos of it.

            1/3 of a whole counties electricity…every month…to mine BC…in a GREEN communist shining shithole of ignorance.

            Oh…I forgot to mention that this area was also a (“reclaimed”) superfund cleanup site.

          • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 1:35 pm #

            I do not know how much of the BC part was involved, but your economic description reminds me of Williston, ND with the advent of Fracking.

            Same thing in 19th century with Gold, Silver and Copper mining. There are thousands of ghost towns around to record the destruction.

        • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 9:37 pm #

          Interesting, thanks. I hadn’t looked at uranium production beyond the areas in Canada.

          from Cameco: As 40% of world’s uranium supply, any disruption in Kazakhstan could of course be a significant catalyst in the uranium market.

          I did rather well, pure luck, when Cigar Lake flooded a dozen or more years ago. Who knew a huge uranium mine in northern Saskatchewan’s frozen land would flood, boosting the price of all the other holdings in the area. Pure luck for junior players rolling the dice.

          The Russians are acting with the other regional actors to stop this quickly lest it get out of control.

          Another poster pointed to Sprott’s Physical Uranium Trust.

          Systems. Interconnection. if/when it goes down the toilet, hard time’s are a comin’ indeed

        • Socrates-Detroit January 9, 2022 at 4:38 pm #

          They will have all the electricity they need. You and I may not.

      • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 1:02 pm #

        Beryl: most of our elected officials don’t even know where Kazakhstan is.

        • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 5:40 pm #

          Geography, another core grammar school class tossed into the wastebucket.

          • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 5:43 pm #

            Growing up in the city, I first thought it was Grandma school because she lived a couple of blocks from it.

    • Mike G January 7, 2022 at 10:23 am #

      They aren’t giving up on this madness, they have nothing going for them other than covid. Considering the number of sheep I see out there very afraid, the madness will be ramped up for the mid-term, not that voting means a damn thing. It is just a ritual at this point, makes some people feel better like wearing a mask.

      • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 10:28 am #

        Speaking of those masks, first the admit what we all already knew- a piece of cloth over your airways doesn’t do anything.

        Now I am seeing in the MSM much talk of N95 and KN95 masks, and suddenly a lot of advertising for them.

        This is what they are going to try to push on us all next.

        It’s already starting.

        These masks have already been tested with enforcement, and have failed, but that will not stop these sick monsters.

        • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 10:33 am #

          N95 and others of that type are not suitable for physical activity, due to CO2 buildup. They are meant to be used short term in situations where a sick person needs to reduce their ability to infect someone.

          They also need to be disposed of after about an hour or two.

          Here in Germany, we have idiots riding bikes while wearing them.

          • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 11:04 am #

            Since the very beginning, the appearance of people with masks on outside has proven to me that the Stupidification process by the Deep State has been a success.

          • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:19 am #

            One lurker emerged in a rage last year, disputing the dangers of masks. He runs hills in an N95.

            Americans are insane.

        • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 11:01 am #

          The latest study using three groups, control, cloth and n95 and using actual occurrence of the disease as the measured variable showed,

          Control and cloth were identical, n95 showed a ten % decrease in disease incidence. The sample size was big, like 200000+.

          So what is the response to the data?

          More mask mandates?

          The government gives not a thought to real science.

          Hope the SC shuts down the mandates today.

          • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 11:09 am #

            “Hope the SC shuts down the mandates today.”

            Seems pollyanish.

          • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 12:27 pm #

            Well, Pollyanna might be all that is left.

        • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 1:03 pm #

          Saw my first two N95s today. I laughed in their faces and made “pretty polly” parrot sounds. That’s what they looked like: fucking parrots.

          • Rulo Deschamps January 7, 2022 at 6:32 pm #


            every little bit is vital at this point. We have to show defiance. They need to understand there’s no monolithic consensus and dissent is everywhere. Mockery, irony, are good minimalist reminders that “another world is possible”

          • Alzaebo January 8, 2022 at 1:09 am #

            “Polly want a cracker?”

        • Not_GeorgeT January 8, 2022 at 9:00 pm #

          I ventured out to the supermarket today. No mask mandate in the particular city. What I did see, which reinforces “the MSM much talk of N95 and KN95 masks, and suddenly a lot of advertising for them” was a significant number of these masks.

          Prior to this, I’d see one occasionally, could almost figure it was someone in the trades who would normally have a supply in the course of doing work.

          The people I saw with them today, and there were many, by garb alone aren’t working in the trades.

          I avoid MSM as much as possible. Watching what people are doing and how they act gives me a lot of info regarding the current MSM line of bs.

      • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 10:56 am #

        Oh no! Covid goes, there will be racism rearing it’s head again. The modus operandi of the Deep State is to keep something, some issue to divide the public.

        • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 11:10 am #

          “The modus operandi of the Deep State is to keep something, some issue to divide the public.”


        • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 11:21 am #

          Antisemitism is making a comeback. It’s funny though, the people making the charges are the ones who are usually fine with all the Jew-hate.

          The Harry Potter author is antisemitic now, because she didn’t get with the program that men can be women.

          Jon Stewart, Mr. Cancel Culture himself, has dubbed her so.

          • abbybwood January 7, 2022 at 1:05 pm #

            Stewart claims he was just joking.

          • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 6:00 pm #

            So that’s what was up.

            I saw some collage with JK Rowling in it, wasn’t complimentary, being a kind of “woke” cancel culture thing. Another instance of something not worthy of my time.

          • Paula D January 7, 2022 at 7:53 pm #

            Not George, allowing men to “identify” themselves as women and thus allowing men into women’s private spaces, including locker rooms, showers, barracks, sports, prison cells, dressing rooms, bathrooms and spas, should be worthy of everyone’s time and attention.
            A woman is a biological entity, a reality, the half of humanity that bears children, but under the new laws, ”woman” is a fantasy feeling in a man’s head.
            If you want to live in reality you’d probably pay some attention. Because they are now telling children as young as three that they ”might have been born in the wrong body”.
            This is another Big Pharma/Big Government agenda. They are taking children away from parents who refuse to play along with the fantasy.

          • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 10:35 pm #

            Paula D, it was a collage which flipped by me on the screen. I can’t recall who else was depicted. Dozens, most likely.

            It wasn’t worth my time to linger long enough to notice who else was there. The JK Rowling color pattern stood out a bit from the rest. Otherwise I would not have noticed the collage at all. Since I’m not a MSM follower, it made zero sense until some sort of back story which I wouldn’t spend time following was posted upstream from here.

            Interesting you focused in on something I barely noticed.

            For decades I’ve been telling anyone who would listen, and many who simply ignored me, “the state” believes they own our children, the parent being a “caretaker at will’ of some sort. And… fathers don’t count as parents, only as wallets. Try fighting that system!

            Talk about an agenda!

            Maybe it is finally coming out in the open.

            “They are taking children away from parents who refuse to play along with the fantasy.”

            No Paula, it is much more: They have been taking away children from fathers as part of the fantasy. This was the beginning many decades ago. Incentivizing fatherless households, particularly within certain groups, exacerbated the problem.

            Thinking they defeated the fathers, the focus is now on defeating the mothers.

            Some women (not all women) have been going along with the gravy train for years.

            Some men (not all men) simply gave up, suffering tremendous angst about the loss of their children to a system with an agenda.

            This is one father who refused to play along. Very, very expensive. My (now adult) children are priceless to me.

            Children need both parents. Both make unique contributions to the development of their children.

            Social problems? It was all social engineering, today the end game is in view.

            The book was published over 25 years ago.

            The problem has been brewing for much longer.

            Fatherless America: Confronting Our Most Urgent Social Problem Paperback – January 5, 1996
            by David Blankenhorn

            Publisher : Harper Perennial (January 5, 1996)
            Language : English
            Paperback : 336 pages
            ISBN-10 : 006092683X
            ISBN-13 : 978-0060926830

          • spaingaroo January 8, 2022 at 8:13 am #

            great comment by @Not_GeorgeT there.

          • Paula D January 8, 2022 at 11:45 am #

            My husband and I discussed this the other day. I see it the way you do, that women are considered the primary parent by the courts, but he says that the courts prefer to give joint custody nowadays.
            I agree that fatherless families are more apt to produce feral children.
            But that is not the same attack on reality and language that the trans agenda is.
            Saying that mothers should have main custody is nowhere near the craziness of saying that women are not mothers, imo.

          • Jarek January 8, 2022 at 12:56 pm #

            The attack on men and masculinity came first. Women participated in this gleefully. Now they are dumbfounded that women and femininity are under attack. Mary refuses to admit any connection. Typical.

            The Deep State used the weaker, dumber sex to attack the stronger, smarter sex. Smart move. It worked.

          • Paula D January 8, 2022 at 6:56 pm #

            This agenda is not about attacking men, Jarek.
            It is attacking reality and it is attacking humanity.

          • Jarek January 9, 2022 at 1:00 pm #

            Yes, it’s a real process that started with men. Are men not real?

            And women did join in, gleefully. Bet you did a bit too, right?

      • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:20 am #

        Tis just a scratch but it will suffice. Tomorrow we shall all be grave men.

    • SmokieHillVillain January 7, 2022 at 10:51 am #

      Agreed Night Owl (from a Euroland perspective).

      On a somewhat positive note, the “Fauci book” (The Real Anthony Fauci, by RFK) arrived at lunchtime. I’ve fingered through it, and it is as impressive as reported, especially the footnotes and citations. A book of evidence, in effect. It’s looks structured and certainly meticulous.

      Sadly, I could only get it on amazon.com (amazon.co.uk only had the ‘summary of’ rip offs, strangely). In doing so, I broke my promise of never using amazon again, but hey ho. I have started using another online book store, and there are always book stores locally. For other items of hardware, amazon isn’t necessary anyway (at least not yet). But such is life.

      Interesting what Jim mentioned about the food supply. On Facebook earlier this morning on the page of the Irish Fish and Seafood Alliance, there was a fish product label – Alaskan pollock, caught in Alaska, sent to Poland for processing, and forwarded to Ireland for packaging as ‘Irish’. Bonkers? Yup. And that’s not a fraction of it.

      [PS When the richest fishing grounds in the EU are around the UK and Ireland (not considering Icelandic and Norwegian waters), but hey, Irish fishing grounds currently host Japanese, Korean (tuna), Russian, Faroese, Norwegian, Icelandic and EU vessels, even as Irish vessels are paid to tie to the quay. All hail the mighty EU!!]

      A Happy New Year to all.


      • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:23 am #

        The Capitalists sell us the rope with which to hang them.

        • Blackbird January 7, 2022 at 12:41 pm #

          The Capitalists sell us the rope and we autoerotically asphyxiate ourselves with it.

      • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 11:27 am #

        That reminds me, I have to look for the Berenson book again.

        Jake Tapper for some obscure reason, has taken issue with RFK Jr., Jake with the pervert producer he didn’t know about. He has called Bobby all kinds of nasty names, but strangely enough, when Bobby asks him to discuss exactly what parts of his book Jake has issues with, Jake won’t take him up on his offer.

      • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 11:35 am #

        I need to get a copy of it.

        Great user name, BTW.

      • Rulo Deschamps January 7, 2022 at 6:38 pm #


        I’m looking forward to reading that book, too.

        The tragedy of the fisheries… most wiped out already (cod)… the rest on the ropes. In the South Atlantic off Argentina & the Falklands all the way to Antarctica, pirate fleets operate around the clock. Chinese, of course, the worst of them, but also Korean, Spanish and others.

        Argie Navy & CG catch one out of 20 & tow them to Patagonian ports. Catch is confiscated (where does it go), crew is let go (“human rights”), ship is released after Chink embassy greases palms.

        Whiting and squid, downward to extinction. And so it goes…

        • Alzaebo January 8, 2022 at 1:21 am #

          Sea farming and tidal power.
          Thermal depolymerization (garbage gas) to clean up the choking rivers and oceans.

          Yet they spend all our stored social capital on stupid, pointless, genocidal political games. Stupendous amounts of money stampeding the herds and stripping the joint.

          Rewrite the past, one has no vision of the future except dominance. That’s why one rewrites the past.

          • Night Owl January 8, 2022 at 5:00 am #

            The interesting thing is that some technologies are actually useful. Take solar panels. In the summer, a somewhat affordable home system without an accumulator can provide power for the entire house for most of the day when the sun is out.

            In the winter, it is less effective, but with an accumulator, it can still be quite useful.

            The problem is that the costs are still far too high for the latter system.

            Then on the flip side they push technologies that right now appear to be either going nowhere or are questionable at best, such as EVs and windmills.

            I am interested in nuclear again. Have listened to some very convincing arguments that we have been lied to about the dangers, and that the Great Reset class wants energy shortages to further their control agenda. In fact, the more I read outside of the corporate press, the more it becomes apparent that we have solutions that could provide us with limitless energy, but for some reason, they just can’t seem to give it to us.


          • spaingaroo January 8, 2022 at 9:32 am #

            Night Owl, as a certified Solar Energy installer, I personally think it is criminal that we aren’t at almost 100% of hot water generation being solar, but only in remote off-grid installations does solar electricity generation make even the slightest sense over the long term.
            At a grid level huge amounts of solar is an ongoing environmental crime, as are the windmills.

          • Mike G January 9, 2022 at 2:56 pm #

            Fukushima and zombie movies, why nuclear power was viewed as a huge threat to me.

    • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 11:08 am #

      Agreed, Night Owl. I get a bit frustrated reading articles saying it’s over when all I see around me are bemasked fools and power crazed Karens giving me the stink-eye. Maybe, Jim’s right, and behind their masks and ovine gazes, people really are ready to blow. Let’s see how the Frenchies react to Macron’s “Kristallnacht” moment.

      • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 11:28 am #

        Everywhere I go, I’m the only one without a mask on.

        • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 12:30 pm #

          Interesting, Beryl, here in Phoenix, about 20% have masks, stores, church, no one outside.


        • Wizard of the Saddle January 9, 2022 at 2:15 am #

          It’s the opposite here in Alabama. Mask mandates were short-lived and rescinded last April.

          The only people who still wear them are virtue signaling college Democrats, the very elderly or immune compromised, and COVID Karen’s afflicted with Mass Formation Psychosis. So, maybe 5-10% still wear masks in public.

          Otherwise, the vast majority of Alabamians went back to living normal lives many months ago…..and no, our hospitals are not flooded with Covid patients and we don’t have men with carts trolling our neighborhoods crying “bring out your dead.”

          I have not taken the jab. I do not wear a mask. I do no worry about social distancing. The chance of COVID killing me has always been way under 1% and I know it. Now with Omicron dominating over 95% of new infections that risk has dropped to about 1/100% of 1% risk of death.

          Hell, I’m more likely to die from a bed paper cut. Most other sensible folks in this state have pretty much figured this out as well.

          • Wizard of the Saddle January 9, 2022 at 2:18 am #

            Bad paper cut.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 9, 2022 at 12:32 pm #

            Hey look, I can understand wanting to work in bed, but at the same time and at the end of the day, it just makes sense to remove your paper, pencils, and pens before going to sleep.

    • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 9:06 pm #

      I don’t think most Americans are still buying into the ‘deadly virus’ thing any more.

      Yeah, the fight to get out of what they’ve managed to put in place is just beginining.

  3. Lo-doun January 7, 2022 at 10:01 am #

    304.5 days until the midterm elections. my prediction is a false flag event to frame patriots and build on the 01/06 narrative of democracy under threat. stay safe and be well CFN!

    • HomoSapiensWannaBe January 7, 2022 at 10:26 am #

      A probable false-flag hypothesis for the Jan 6 “Insurrection/Coup/Attack” is that the Deep State needed a galvanizing event to help put a stop to the impending mass Republican congressional vote challenge action. So, they inserted a bunch of FBI/CIA/??? goons into the crowds, opened up the gates, and lead them into the trap. Then, with the immediate, constant “end of the democratic world” mass media hysteria fed the sheeple, any such congress critters would look to be unpatriotic fools.

      There were still a few half-assed vote fraud investigations, but the “Joe Biden” result has stood. Unlike JHK, I don’t think anything of importance will come of the Justice Department investigations.

      • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 10:34 am #

        There are Republicans still referring to the “riots” that day.

        Until they can give us the names of the people charged with rioting, there were no riots, just some kind of police action.

      • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 11:10 am #

        The treatment of the Jan 6 protestors has been disgraceful, but I’m also angry at Trump. He instigated this knowing that the marches would be infiltrated and that a few hotheads would do something stupid. He let it happen and has shown zero interest in helping the people throw into the deep state dungeons.

        • TaxDonkey January 7, 2022 at 11:48 am #

          Yup, his position on the J6 guys is just as lame as his ‘vaccine’ position. He’s pretty much done. The system will now spit up an even more interesting character.

      • Paula D January 7, 2022 at 1:55 pm #

        Agree, HomoSapiens, except that I would add the antifa types around the corner of the Capitol, breaking windows and pushing cops for the cameras.
        Meanwhile, the Trumpers on the front steps knew nothing about that, and were more than happy to enter the building when invited.
        Then Pelosi and McConnell announced they were under attack and stopped the proceedings.
        I had friends watching on C-Span. That was the first time that the evidence had been presented on live TV, nationwide.
        Just as one Congressman was reading the evidence the feed was cut.
        And when they all came back the dissenters had been silenced and were properly chastened.
        It was an operation and it went off flawlessly.
        I wouldn’t blame Trump for not realizing what the Deep State had planned. I think he really thought that peaceful protest would be allowed, and that democracy could have its day.
        He was wrong.

        • Alzaebo January 8, 2022 at 1:31 am #

          Wow. Wow. Paula D, that’s the most perfect summary ever. That’s it, I’m going to repeat that as often as I can.

          It was an operation to cut off presentation of the evidence of the Steal.

          Proof? My favorite picture:

          The one showing Congressionals cowering behind the front row seats?

          The larger picture shows the rows behind them. Congressmen in the seats above, sprawled out, bored, surfing their cell phones, or gazing down in perplexed contempt at the idiots cowering behind the front row seats.

          • Paula D January 8, 2022 at 11:49 am #

            Ha! I have that as a meme. What a farce!

      • draupnir January 7, 2022 at 2:56 pm #

        My mother had CNN on all day yesterday. What a bunch of drama queens. Insurection blah, blah blah, Trump blah, blah, blah, end of democracy blah, blah, blah. as if the Biden installation wasn’t a coup d’etat. If they have their way, democracy is already dead and the dems are permanently installed. I read that they want to approve any candidates offered by the Republicans in future to assure right thinking in the controlled opposition. Intersperced was the occasional covid, covid, covid. They were loud. Their speach was pressured. I understand their viewship has dropped to under 700,000 while the readership of The Gateway Pundit has increased by 40%. By their behavior on New Year’s Eve, I believe they know the end is nigh. It’s a tough act to properly propagandize the populace when no one is watching. How can they justify the continuation of their enormous incomes?

        Meanwhile, the baby, my first great grandaughter, has omicron along with my eldest grandaughter. The baby was pretty sick for a day, but is now only suffering a stuffy nose. Other than me, my family is now ostensibly immune. This is the end of their hopes for universal vaccination, I think.

    • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 11:09 am #

      It will be a test of whether the Deep State has gotten away with Do nothing-Make excuses for another two years.

      The GOP thinks it is in the bag. I think they are delusional. They forget that 50% of the GOP belongs in the Democratic Party.

      • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 11:12 am #

        Too many people are hoping for a political solution in the midterms and Nov 24. As James points out, we are so far beyond that, that we’re out of sight. Even if the GOP win it all back, does anyone REALLY expect human excrement like Romney or McConnell to right all the wrongs of the last two years? I don’t see how the States can remain united when one half of the nation refuses to accept the legitimacy of the other half.

      • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:28 am #

        50%? You think it’s only 50%? Watch the clip of Tucker laying into Ted Cruz for jumping ship. Cruz crawled, but Tucker didn’t really believe him.

        He will always betray us when the chips are down.
        The vast majority are like that. Capitalism/Communism is the Deep State. Republicans represent the Capitalist faction.

        The losers right? Except that Capitalism is the dominant philosophy and the Deep State is based on money. Just as Black Rock is the biggest fund, but it is actually controlled by Vanguard.

        • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 12:25 pm #

          Who’d have thought Tucker had it in him?

          I remember, at the time Ted snuck off to Mexico on vacation while Texans were freezing, there were those who defended him because he is on ‘our side’.

          I had no problem with him getting his family someplace warm, and for not doing some sort of “pitching in” stunt.

          The problem I had with him is that what happened in Texas was the result of plans and policies in place that will affect us all, eventually, and whether they seem like federal issues right now or not, Ted is too smart not to see what’s happening, and he didn’t say one word about it.

          • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 12:34 pm #


            Consider it is already time to start running for president.

            So far, Cruz is just one that has started to separate from the Trump GOP. There will be lots more.

          • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 12:38 pm #

            I actually laugh about it. All the GOP contenders will try to crucify Trump until one is selected. Then you will see the glorification of the former president as the hero of the party.

            Just like Biden in 2019, remember who his greatest critic was in the debates.

            His Vice President.

            Remember JFK, RFK and LBJ?

        • crudgemudgeon January 7, 2022 at 12:41 pm #

          I gained respect for Ted. He showed up and faced his accuser (Carlson, who I also admire). He was credible. I never liked him at all until he got over Trump’s insults when Trump won and became a big supporter of the new president, and even brought a suit to the SC challenging the fraudulent election. Remember, these are politicians and not boy scouts.

        • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 6:19 pm #

          Expand it, State Street is in the mix and they all own parts of each other.

          The best outcome might be a collapse of the behemoth onto itself, fueled by its own weight. Nothing goes in a straight line, though at times it appears some things do.

    • messianicdruid January 7, 2022 at 12:04 pm #

      Where is Ray Epps when you need him?


      • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 12:26 pm #

        Where’s the pipe bomber?

        • abbybwood January 7, 2022 at 12:56 pm #

          I noticed when Tucker questioned Cruz about Epps and the pipe bomber that Cruz did a skillful tap dance right out of it.

    • Rulo Deschamps January 7, 2022 at 6:41 pm #

      I expect a FF any day

      • lastman January 8, 2022 at 10:06 am #

        We get one every day, if not more.

        • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 9:28 pm #


  4. got___truth January 7, 2022 at 10:02 am #

    Mr. Kunstler’s writings and recommendations for future living arrangements are prescient, timely, and grounded in facts.

    Genuine Facts About Omicron, Delta, Naturally Acquired Immunity, and Vaccines:

    Scores of rigorously documented facts show that politicians and public health officials have mishandled the Covid-19 pandemic in grossly negligent ways that have harmed and killed countless people. With cover from the media, this cabal is blaming the Omicron and Delta variants for the devastation caused by their actions.

    …and by extension, members of the old republics and autocracies who were first in line for EUA mRNA injections and boosters, shall be first in line for early involuntary retirement, due to the accelerating maladies of myocarditis and clotting.

    No individual legal recourse is presently available, as all past and present injections are administered under the provisions of “Emergency Use Authorization”, conferring indemnification to the supply chain.

    Members of the New Republic are a bit harder to involuntary retire, as mobile flanking positions, the local means of regenerative food, water, and energy production, and coordinated local self-defense, provide for optimal outcomes.

    By design.

    The TRUTH shall set you free.

    ALL Time and Energy are best spent building out the New, not fighting the old.


    • Q. Shtik January 7, 2022 at 5:42 pm #

      ALL Time and Energy are best spent building out the New, not fighting the old.


    • Rulo Deschamps January 7, 2022 at 6:42 pm #

      Right on, G_T!

    • Night Owl January 8, 2022 at 5:04 am #

      “[M]ishandled the Covid-19 pandemic”

      This will be the excuse to cover up the actual agenda. CJ Hopkins recently pointed out that as the narrative crumbles, we are entering limited hangout territory in the corporate press.

      • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 9:29 pm #

        They will claim that everything they demanded everyone worked, when it’s over.

  5. izzy January 7, 2022 at 10:02 am #

    And that would be the most hopeful scenario.
    We may not be so lucky. Buckle up.

  6. Disaffected January 7, 2022 at 10:06 am #

    Agreed. We will have seriously underestimated the perps if a second, more deadly wave, isn’t soon to follow. Events in Ukraine and Kazakhstan indicate that a broader plan might be unfolding as we speak as well. Chinese and Russian plans to decouple from the dollar and the SWIFT payments system has the empire rightfully quaking in its boots. What better response to quell domestic unrest in the wake of a cratering dollar than another, genuinely lethal this time, pandemic outbreak to preoccupy the little people?

    • Disaffected January 7, 2022 at 10:07 am #

      This was for Night Owl above.

    • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 10:18 am #

      I don’t subscribe to the idea that they have released or will release any virus or disease.

      Were they to do so, they would put themselves at risk, too.

      IMO, the so-called virus was not a virus, but a case of statistical manipulation and media bullshit, starting with the comically fake Wuhan newsreels.

      The shots are a different story, and serve two functions (that I can deduce, at least): poisoning and forced compliance with the coming pass system (where they can get it).

      • JTinMD January 7, 2022 at 10:31 am #

        In whom to trust, that is the question, Owl. Not hard for me to believe your hypothesis at all. It fits the model, for surety. Chris Martenson, on the other hand, says the virus is very real, if human engineered. *sigh*

        • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 10:36 am #

          I know what you mean, but until we see the virus isolated, and until we have a test that provably detects the so-called virus, I will believe nothing else.

          Those are two basic facts that all of us have a right to, and it is very telling that info. on both is concealed, and that we now know they lied about cases using a test that the CDC admits is worthless.

          • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 10:57 am #

            Anyone else notice the new lingo, as covid infects the vaccinated, that they “tested positive”?

            Doesn’t that give people the impression that you can be sick without knowing it, and that you desperately need those tests to tell you weather you are healthy or not?

            This reminds me of the AIDS crisis. They started making the distinction between “HIV positive” and “full-blown AIDS”, which was very confusing to the general public.

            If someone has gotten sick with a virus, say they have the virus!

            You never hear that someone tested positive for the flu.

          • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 11:22 am #

            Nice, Beryl.

            AIDS was another Fauci-driven hoax

          • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:33 am #

            What test is being given? Isn’t the PCR now kaput?

          • lastman January 7, 2022 at 11:57 am #

            @ Beryl…just heard those words, “tested positive” from a person I know who is “fully vaccinated.” All three.

            Truly amazing isn’t it…what is next?

          • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 12:31 pm #

            Jarek, the rapid test is the rapid antigen test. It is (get this) less accurate than the PCR test, which isn’t accurate.

            I’m starting to see test boxes on the ground on garbage collection day.

          • Alzaebo January 8, 2022 at 1:52 am #

            I’ll argue from the middle, that there is a ‘something’, and they don’t want to reveal what they have.

            1. future use
            2. like any virus, it won’t have that big or lasting an impact, so must be exaggerated

          • Alzaebo January 8, 2022 at 2:04 am #

            Addendum: it is very likely that both 20th Century scourges, Spanish flu and “polio”- sudden onset paralytic poliomyelytis – came from screwed up experimental vaccine attempts.

            The over-vaccination racket came into power covering up its mistakes, and then exploiting them. Criminal all around.

            (Spanish flu, from a vaccine given to Army soldiers in Kansas, who took it to the trenches of WW1, where it mutated and came back with them.

            Sudden onset paralysis was unknown until the 20th C. From a handful of cases to a sudden explosion in Brooklyn. Historic polio left children with a withered limb, no known mentions of sudden paralysis.)

          • james charles January 9, 2022 at 4:57 am #

            “132:48 next slide please this is
            132:52 what source code v2 looks like and if
            132:54 and i will i will send you the video so
            132:55 you can show it
            132:57 of the side on the right shows it goes
            132:59 up and down and you can see the actual
            133:01 source corona
            133:02 cov2 virus uh with its spiked proteins
            133:06 in its corona shape i’ll send that to
            133:08 you so you can play that
            133:10 it’s it’s incredibly important because
            133:13 there are people out there that are
            133:14 actually of the opinion that
            133:16 sars cov2 doesn’t exist and has not been
            133:19 isolated
            133:20 these individuals not only have
            133:22 demonstrated they don’t understand
            133:23 viruses
            133:24 but they interfere with the with the
            133:26 serious discussion going on with this
            133:28 virus “

        • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:31 am #

          It’s not either/or. They might have cooked up something, but obviously the vast majority of “cases” are simply fraudulent and have nothing to do with any engineered virus. They’re just a cold or a flu, something else (like old age) or nothing at all!

        • Blackbird January 7, 2022 at 12:58 pm #

          “In whom to trust”, that is a misleading question. Don’t trust anybody. Evaluate all information you get regardless of the source. Nobody is right all the time. And hardly anybody is wrong all the time – unless they are trying to be.

          Don’t trust Fauci. Don’t trust RFK jr. Read or listen to what they have to say and decide whether it rings true to you.

          RFK jr. seems to think the “Covid virus” is real. Does that mean that if we think “the virus” is a hoax that we should reject what he says about Fauci? Or if we find RFK jr’s characterization of Fauci credible (notice I didn’t say, “believable”?), does that mean we have to accept that “the virus” is real? There’s babies in that there bath water.

          • Rulo Deschamps January 7, 2022 at 6:48 pm #

            BB, spot on. IOW, pick up every iota of info available, while aware of each source’s agenda and allegiances, then think for yourself, long and hard, and arrive to your own conclusions.

            The hardest thing to do, for most. They want somebody to give them the soundbite, the easy answer.

          • JTinMD January 9, 2022 at 10:08 am #

            Okay, so it’s a quantum universe and there are no certainties, only probabilities. Don’t trust anybody or even any thing. Just do the best you can and choose a probability. That’s all you can do. Sounds like inviting paralysis by analysis. Whaddya think?

          • Blackbird January 9, 2022 at 1:20 pm #

            JT, if analysis necessarily leads to paralysis, then I suppose we shouldn’t think about anything, but instead just run trustingly into the future. Isn’t that what most of us have been doing?

      • Disaffected January 7, 2022 at 10:48 am #

        Virus vs. shots. Same outcomes, different mechanisms. But I wouldn’t discount the idea that they could change it up and introduce a killer virus or other biological or chemical agent either. The possibilities are endless. The primary and immediate advantage being sowing dissension, fear, and forced compliance in the populace, with staggering long term death and severe disability rates being a nice side benefit as well.

        • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 1:10 pm #

          The end game is to get everyone digitally tracked and tagged a la China. Is it paranoid to think that by forcing people constantly to get tested, many will become more amenable to getting the chip that our Swedish friends seem so enthusiastic about? Seems far fetched but people are so pathetic that they will accept any indignity if it makes life easier.

          • Alzaebo January 8, 2022 at 2:42 am #

            Agree. A tweak having little lasting power is being leveraged by a media campaign into accomplishing a larger agenda, as was the vague “Human Infectious Virus” with “Auto Immunity Deficiency Syndrome”.

            HIV, first identified by WHO ‘voluntary’ human-chimp blood transfusions in 1950s Africa, came from an ape virus called SIDA.

            (Somebody was looking to reduce the most prolific breeders in the world-

            rightly so, an African mother holds the record at 38 children;

            I’ve met a black American with 45 aunts and uncles, 20 by grandpa’s wife #1, 25 by wife #2;

            the black father of the most children in the US has 43 illegitimate children;

            illegitimate breeding is a cottage industry in the US (the male is called ‘the breeder’ and passed around groups of women for welfare);

            the global South never invented so much as an alphabet, overpopulation is not a Northern problem;

            -the reduction concept was almost certainly the basis for banning safe DDT in equatorial countries.)

            Bushmeat eaters, bloody from butchering monkeys to eat, picked it up either from butchery or those transfusions;

            Cuban soldiers picked it up from fraternizing in a cluster of villages in Angola;

            Those thrown in prison spread it like wildfire in a contained environment;

            Those infected prisoners were deliberately released in the Mariel boatlift and sent to the gay kingdom of Key West, Florida;

            Gay promiscuity spread it across the US as the “gay disease”.

            Fauci bungled and murdered his way into a private fiefdom of his own. He’s a perfect placement for the WEF to expand their Cull beyond the first trial runs of African and gay control groups.

            “Auto Immunity Deficiency Syndrome”. The vaxx gives us AIDS, pathogenic priming leaving our fat, sick, weak, overmedicated, overvaccinated, sugar-poisoned kids and selves wide open to the Cull.

          • spaingaroo January 8, 2022 at 9:44 am #

            @Alzeaebo RFK’s book goes deeply into the possibilities of what the Aids thing was/is. To much to summarise here but addiction to poppers (yes big pharma product) seems to play a huge part in the American aids experience.
            And Anthony Fauci of course.

      • Islander January 7, 2022 at 10:51 am #

        The polio story linked above is an interesting read, and relevant in an “on background” sense.

        Confounding of “virus” with action of various environmental toxins. Or possible combination of toxicity allowing entry of opportunistic viruses.

        Not mentioned recently is the fact that both Wuham and Bergamo have some of the most polluted air on the planet.

        Maybe we have to widen our attempts to understand the origins of covid19 by looking for not one viral cause but more than one cause, or a toxic/lethal synergy between environment and “vector”?

        Population-level comordities, so to speak?

        • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 11:17 am #


          the polio “story”, an author’s critique of the commonplace polio and polio vaccine narratives… very compelling

          linked by Mary in a monday-blog comment

        • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 11:19 am #

          If I might reframe it slightly, apply a systems approach.

          Existing in isolation is possible, but synergistically existing opens up so many more possibilities.

        • Alzaebo January 8, 2022 at 2:47 am #

          That synergy is properly called “full spectrum warfare”.

          The more bullets hit, the sooner the war is won. Every bullet counts.

      • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 11:16 am #

        NO: Agreed. The real aim – as the psychopaths have never flinched from telling us – is a world rebuilt in their image. That essentially means enslaving the world’s population. The “pandemic” and the digital passes serve that purpose admirably. It might well fade away over the coming months, but the globalists will never give up the digital passes.

        • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 11:38 am #

          Yes, Hereward. Passes are the primary aim. The entire Great Reset fails if the passes fail.

          • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 1:15 pm #

            Night: The digital stuff scares the brown stuff out of me. Few people realize that, Covid or no Covid, we are on the cusp of a technological revolution of staggering proportions. The new technologies just around the corner will allow the total control that the Hitlers and Stalins could only have dreamt of. Like all new technologies, these developments always start off in the possession of the “elites”, in this case, those sentimental old humanists, Zuckerberg, Gates, et all. If we don’t grab control of them and ensure they are used only for benevolent purposes, we will end up like the Chinese. Or worse.

          • Islander January 7, 2022 at 2:30 pm #

            Reading about developments in Austria, Australia, Germany, and also here in New England also scare the s— out of me.

            Meanwhile people seem to be walking cluelesslyinto the trap as they lecture the deplorables who refuse to be jabbed with unknown substances. Soon the same people will be lecturing the rest of us as to joys of being digitally connected.

            One of my faves with her how little blog is Jane Stillwater.

            Here is her latest—spot on, IMHO!

            “Americans set to soar to whole new levels of gullibility”

          • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 2:47 pm #

            I agree, Hereward.

            I think one reason some people have a hard time comprehending what is happening is that they cannot comprehend what we face, due to the fact that we in the West have lived lives of relative comfort, removed from the horrors of history and separated from places on earth where humans suffer en masse.

            Our own psychopaths have never gone away, however.

            The technological revolution we are undergoing will make it possible to bring great suffering back to the West. We will look like China if we fail to stop the criminals.

        • Alzaebo January 8, 2022 at 3:29 am #

          Absolutely. This is the ancient vision, the Perfected World under the One Supreme.

          Not an entity. A culture.
          The Face of a People.

          Perfected, because their rule is eternal.
          Immortal, because the tribe is immortal.
          One God the Highest- theirs, above all others.

          The People who generate the Christ god have a hidden weakness- they project their view onto others, who have gods of their own.

          Monotheism is a curse and a crime, it has foundered all our understanding of the World Beyond. Nature must have diversity, lest the Blight, the black mold that creeps up the walls of the greenhouse, take it all.

          A monoculture means one plague, one rust, one virus, one Blight–kills the entire field. There are many Peoples, many packs– each generate their own Gods, the gods do not create them.

          Monotheism, a political tool, has inverted what /our/ ancestors knew, turned it all upside down- and against /us/.

          The rest are no threat to the Blight, they are vulnerable to it. Some, far more susceptible. Infected, by the Blight.

          /We/ are the antibody, the successful combination to fight it and achieve the greater imperative, the purpose for which a biosphere forms in the first place: the Seeding layer.

          Physical DNA cannot cross the impossible void; energy, as radiant DNA, can, and does. As we create the gods, they, in turn, will someday recreate us, a divine spark, a Seed, of radiant panspermia.

          But first, the antibody that opens the Gate must survive. Nature is beyond morality, rather, a child’s picture of morality.

          • Alzaebo January 8, 2022 at 4:01 am #

            Agh. Forgive me. I see I’ve skipped ahead a few chapters.

            For most, even for many here, their values, given by Daddy, were replaced by a malevolent Stepdaddy in a mask.
            Thus, we were blinded.

            Abide me not. I am beneath all here, a low-born cur.

      • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 6:52 pm #

        If a future release of some sort of malady is planned, and the cure is already in hand, the risk is low for the releasers as they already are likely using the cure.

        Turning the clock back a bit, if the developers of whatever has likely been floating around making people ill knew HCQ, ivermectin and a number of other common items existing in abundance could easily be stockpiled and used, why would they not be prepared?

        Going in a similar direction, congressional staff and their employers (for example) are exempt from “the mandates”. How many have a weekly prophylaxis regimen they have followed since possibly 2019? It would have flown under the radar as the supplies were stockpiled.

        Let’s choose August 2019. In the US, the rest of 5eyes and the EU, absent a shortage of veterinary supply, which did not occur, ivermectin was under the radar. So was hydroxychloroquine. Zinc? Alphabetically it was just an item at the end of the list on the multivitamin label. IMO it could easily have been stockpiled in the years preceding 2019. By August it was being delivered. This stuff is dirt cheap and out of patent. Not worth a single blip on a financial radar screen.

        And if anyone did notice, nothing an adequate number of dollars, a visit by some shady characters, and maybe a few “unrelated and untimely” accidents, suicide and “natural causes” deaths couldn’t correct.

        Kary Mullis died rather suddenly/unexpectedly in August 2019. He the lead vocalist of the ” PCR?, it was never meant to diagnose anything, (by the way, I invented it)” choir. An unabashed critic of one A. Fauci for decades.

        just sayin’

      • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 9:30 pm #

        Spot on. Why release some deadly pathogen when you all you need to do is lie on TV?

        Seems silly.

    • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 12:39 pm #

      Isn’t Kazakhstan a main area on the Silk Road route?

      • Disaffected January 7, 2022 at 3:42 pm #

        Oh yeah. Look at it on the map. It’s H-U-G-E!

        • Islander January 7, 2022 at 5:53 pm #

          Ninth-largest country, by acreage.

          Major lynchpin in the Belt and Road Initiative.

          Borders with both Russia and China.

          Big uranium deposits.

          USA would love to eff them over.

          Simultaneously with stirring up Ukraine.

      • Alzaebo January 8, 2022 at 4:15 am #

        The Kazakh told me China has been printing maps with Kazakhstan as a Chinese territory for years.

        Interesting historical note: Genghis Khan was a Crusade. Chinese territory extended to Turkish borders after the Chinese overthrew Greek Bactria, Alexander’s descendents in Afghanistan, in the 1st Century.

        Genghis sought to avenge the China’s defeat by the Islamics at the Yalu River in 740 AD. These beserkers were so psychotic they even scared the Mongols.

        Also, Kazakhstan was the home of the Baikanour space works, and storage location of the USSR’s nuclear stockpiles. Iran bought quite a few of the old missiles.

        • Alzaebo January 8, 2022 at 4:40 am #

          I’m in the “China is in on it” crowd now.

          State Kapitalism has poisoned their meagre waters, land and air.
          Foreign-directed Communism cost them a generation with One Child policy.

          What’s the historical solution to an untenable homeland?


          Siberia is empty.
          An emptied-out North America has room for 300 million restive Chinese, as it had for restive, overcrowded Europe.

          No, the Chinese didn’t start this.
          But, the American horse is ailing, being murdered, it has accomplished its job, meeting the same fate as the Russian horse. The riders have found a new horse, one technically proficient, yet hungry, and more obedient to diktat.

          The Chinese, having been broken by the masters, was offered a deal they couldn’t refuse. They have no other choice.

          So, who’s up for little fentanyl, some Wuhan tourists, and spies on student visas? As well as a butt-ton of industrial production, with CALPERS leading the flood of “parallel investment” in what was a 1950s bicycle economy. (Need I mention 2 sellouts in the governor’s mansion and 1000 front companies in unnoticed, backwater Arkansas?)

          • Alzaebo January 8, 2022 at 4:49 am #

            Russia is weak and nuclear, Russia they can deal with. Neocon America staging color revolutions around Eurasia’s borders? Oh he!! no.

            They were partners before Nixon.
            Even had India & Pakistan on board.
            And Vladistovok had a Chinese name 130 years ago.

    • abbybwood January 7, 2022 at 1:14 pm #

      I’m sure Pfizer is already busy cranking out the “new” jabs.

      Won’t take those either.

  7. nohnson January 7, 2022 at 10:07 am #

    I saw a federal judge told the FDA they better get cracking on that FOIA request.

    • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 10:37 am #

      Somebody thought 75 years was a little too long? There’s a little bit of sanity in the judicial branch.

      • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 11:17 am #

        Yep. The slab jab is safe and effective, but we’re not going to tell you peasants what’s in it, how the trials went or what’s in the contracts we have with your masters until 2076.

        • AKlein January 7, 2022 at 12:09 pm #

          You must be reminded that peasants do not have a “need to know”, since they are, well, peasants. And then there’s the chutzpah factor. Enough to make reasonable people’s blood boil.

          • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 1:16 pm #

            According to our masters, we just have a “need to die”

        • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 2:48 pm #

          Indeed. You could not make this shit up.

          Safe and effective. We’ll tell you more decades from now.

          Just trust us.

        • lastman January 7, 2022 at 7:18 pm #

          “slab jab”…I love it!

      • Bilejones January 7, 2022 at 1:12 pm #

        Someone pointed out that Pfizer tested,analyzed and recorded all that data in 3 months and 65 years to run it through a photocopiers seems to indicate that their heart isn’t in it.

        It really is hard not to laugh,

    • lastman January 7, 2022 at 12:02 pm #

      Yeeaaahhhh!!!!! That was nice.

      They were going to release 500 pages a month of a 450,000 page lie. Hence taking 75 years to release the lie.

      Let’s see if this happens for real.

      I really want to know if anyone has read this. Could it even be read in a lifetime?

      • abbybwood January 7, 2022 at 1:16 pm #

        I’m sure there is a Cliff Notes version somewhere.

        • lastman January 7, 2022 at 7:21 pm #

          Per Nancy Pee losi…”you’ve got to take the jab to find out what’s in the jab”

          Cliff Notes…Get our free jab’s and die.

      • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 1:17 pm #

        Lastman: I’m rather disappointed. I was looking forward to learning the truth in 2076 about the death shots and what Durham found out.

        • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 2:50 pm #

          Q was gonna reveal it all, but he died after receiving his Trump-approved booster shot.

          • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 9:32 pm #

            Qanon or Qschtik??

        • lastman January 7, 2022 at 7:27 pm #

          The way things are going, there’s no way I’ll make it to 115 to find out.

          Best of luck to you Hereward on lasting that long.

      • TaxDonkey January 8, 2022 at 11:16 am #

        75 years. LOL. Why bother, there’s already enough proof out there to start Nuremberg trials 2.0

        • Night Owl January 8, 2022 at 3:59 pm #

          This just got reversed, FYI.

          “Aaron Siri just won another case against the FDA! They wanted 75 years to release the Pfizer data. Judge ruled it has to happen within this year!”


          • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 9:32 pm #

            Aaron is a treasure. His substack is worth subscribing to.

  8. Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 10:08 am #

    What a relief to come here and be reassured that there are people with more influence than I have, who understand what is going on.

    People still don’t get it, people who purportedly are in the information business still don’t.

    Whoopi Goldberg “tests positive”. She is genuinely puzzled. She says she did everything she was supposed to do (complete compliance).

    Isn’t that View show supposed to be journalism?

    Whoopi also obviously still doesn’t get it, that Big Food/Big Medicine are lying to us about what a healthful diet consists of.

    My parents and grandparents knew that too much starch would leave you hungry, undernourished, but sometimes fat.

    They also knew breathing through some kind of barrier would not stop a virus.

    • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 11:19 am #

      Beryl, Whoopi is not the brightest knife in the draw, so it doesn’t surprise me. Anybody who calls themselves “Whoopi” is automatically ruling themselves out of Mensa membership. However, I suspect she represents most of the general public. I’m still convinced that most of the sheep don’t even know the official death toll of Wu flu or that the “vaccines” are not actually vaccines at all.

      • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 11:19 am #

        Sorry, “drawer”!

        • Bilejones January 7, 2022 at 1:14 pm #

          I was expecting a correction to the adjective.

      • abbybwood January 7, 2022 at 1:19 pm #

        Saw where Lisa Booth was offered the conservative seat at the View table then she refused to get jabbed and that was that.

    • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 11:22 am #

      My $ is on Whoopi gets it, along with a sizable payday.

      • AKlein January 7, 2022 at 12:11 pm #

        And virtue-signaling brownie points.

        • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 7:23 pm #

          careful with that “brownie” thing

      • Blackbird January 7, 2022 at 1:05 pm #

        Whoopi is pretending to be one of us dumbfucks in order to herd the dumbfucks who identify with her pretend confusion into the pen where they belong.

        Celebrities, who the hell needs ’em?

        • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 9:33 pm #

          True. She’s a horrible ‘comedian’ but she’s no dolt.

  9. JTinMD January 7, 2022 at 10:08 am #

    Good morning, ClusterFuckNation! Tantalizing optimism in today’s post, Mr K. An enjoyable read on this cold and snowy morning. Thanks for that!

    bear in mind that he had plenty of deputies and associates throughout the public health agencies carrying out that policy who deserve to spend some time in courtrooms.

    Right on! And precisely worded too. Yes, they certainly “deserve to spend some time in courtrooms.”

    Problem is, that’s all they’ll get — time in courtrooms. They are every bit as guilty as their leaders. They belong in prison!

    • Rulo Deschamps January 7, 2022 at 6:57 pm #

      JT, a dose of optimism, for sure. I liked the shift towards a focus in the aftermath of all this. Glad to see Mr K circling back to coping with a disintegrating, crumbling order of things.

      After optimistically leaving the c19 psyop Goliath for dead on the sand. Cocky and a bit reckless, but I like it. Builds up morale: “you got nothing, motherfuckers! What else you got?”

      “speed-wobble” – “Lunacy is exhausting” – “the word racket defines the totality of Dr. Fauci’s career” were my favorite bits.

      • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 9:34 pm #

        I enjoyed the drunken sophomoric Chinese Fire Drill.

  10. HomoSapiensWannaBe January 7, 2022 at 10:10 am #

    Rachel Maddow? The Jackson Pollack-y slinger of prime bullshit, presented as “The News,” but in reality, legally-protected “entertainment opinion.”

    There must be a whole lumber yard full of 2x4s somewhere with her name stenciled on them, waiting to be put into service swinging at her head by eager Tucker Carlson fans, building scaffolding, making a sacrificial teepees, you get the idea. If only…

    Maybe the clown Adam Schiff will take her place? Or, perhaps the entire lying U.S. Govt/Bureaucratic establishment will take turns filling in her hysterical, stinky shoes on a random, rotating basis. They would probably get a pay raise for doing so!

    • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:36 am #

      Meanwhile Ray Epps and the Scaffold Commander walk among us, like Homo Erectus pretending to be Homo Sapiens. Red Hats don’t a conservative, make.

  11. Beej January 7, 2022 at 10:11 am #

    Who’s gonna prosecute these people?
    The entire government apparatus is onboard with this plan worldwide…

    • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 10:22 am #

      That remains a big question. The scale of the corruption is incredible.

      That said, there are some older videos where Schwab brags of the WEF having stakeholders in all areas of society, from business, to religion, to NGOs, to banks, etc.

      Also interesting is to look at the billions of dollars Gates has pumped into media outlets and international medical boards and agencies.

      I will give them a bit of credit: they are truly going for it all, and they have lots of mechanisms in place to keep the machine going.

      • AKlein January 7, 2022 at 12:20 pm #

        Yes, they do. But the populace can always invoke the “Samson gambit”. Of course, that takes some real guts which is always in short supply.

        • Blackbird January 7, 2022 at 1:07 pm #

          Samson is looking a lot like an ant facing a rubbertree plant at the moment…

      • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 1:19 pm #

        The only hopes are some kind of international action, or some kind of kinetic, popular based justice a la Ceausescu. At this stage, neither seem very likely, but time will tell.

      • TaxDonkey January 8, 2022 at 11:19 am #

        Night Owl, but they’re making a fatal flaw trying to kill the system and then expecting the system to work good enough to build back better with them in charge.

        • Night Owl January 8, 2022 at 3:56 pm #

          IDK if that is the fatal flaw or not, but I agree it is a flaw.

    • JTinMD January 7, 2022 at 10:22 am #

      I agree, Beej. There will be a show trial or two, but nothing satisfactory. Besides, the crimes are manifold and so over the top, as well as all-inclusive of tptb, that it’s gonna take a revolution. By then, the criminals will either be in deep hiding or already adjudicated by the mob.

      • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 10:40 am #

        No question that the governments are all in. No question that many of the citizens are all in as well.

        The question is, how many of US are there?

        Enough to outnumber them? I think there are, because they are trying so hard not to let us see.

        • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 11:32 am #

          There is a reason they are accelerating this program like crazy right now.

          There are FAR more of us.

          • Blackbird January 7, 2022 at 1:15 pm #

            There will be less and less of us (approaching but not quite reaching zero) as vaxx mandates and passes take effect.

            Cut off a person’s access to employment, money, food, electricity, heat – and see how long he stands firm. Make John and Jane Vaxxrefuser spend a couple weeks starving and freezing and see if they don’t go runnn’ outside when they hear the vaxx-van comin’ down the road.

            Just a little pin prick
            There’ll be no more oooos-tra-cism
            But you may get terminally sick…

          • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 7:58 pm #

            I don’t know what mixing a bunch of hungry, cold, unemployed people will have as a result.

            Selco wrote something along the line of how, once a person in such a situation realizes they will die, their approach to situations changes. They will live differently and become more dangerous.

            One could surmise a group of people with nothing left to lose who refuse subservience could become very dangerous. The next horizon in their lifetime might never come, and they accept the reality. At this point I’d go for “it’s all bets are off” time.

            Some will likely choose the easy way and experience the result of conforming, although it might be guaranteed subservience and ultimately terminal.

            Others will make a different choice. It might also be terminal, but not subservient.

            80 years from now, if records still exist with people who can read them, some might be figuring out they are experiencing a crisis with a similar face from the past, just a different twist on the theme.

          • Night Owl January 8, 2022 at 5:10 am #

            Yes, Black. That is what I have been saying since the start. The moment to push back is now. We have the numbers.

            See my post w/video down thread on the ID infrastructure being rolled out in Israel. The big corps/WEF minions are going to push it everywhere if not stopped.

      • abbybwood January 7, 2022 at 1:25 pm #

        It is odd how they now have hard evidence that Trump attempted to call in The National Guard on Jan. 6th but Pelosi and Bowser refused.

        Why are there only a handful of Republicans like Jim Jordan and Bates wanting to call Pelosi and Bowser to testify?

    • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:41 am #

      Too big to fail. Too big to prosecute. Who’ll stop the rain?

      St Michael said to Lucifer, Quis ut Deus (Who is like God?) as he threw him into hell.

      The Koran speaks of a warlike, mercantile civilization that was destroyed by a great sandstorm that last a day, a night, and another day. No sign of it remained.

      • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 12:48 pm #

        Uh huh.

        Joseph Smith has told the world that a great civilization existed in South America that was visited by Jesus Christ.

        The Mormon Church has spent beaucoup de bucks trying to find evidence of this civilization.

        No results.

        Here goes! Muslim is the fastest growing religion in the world. Number two is Latter Day Saints.

        Does that say something about the gullibility of the world’s population today?

        BTW, both are religions based on the exercise of power.

        • Blackbird January 7, 2022 at 1:24 pm #

          Apparently the Mormon Church has never visited Sacsayhuaman, Ollantaytambo, or Tiahuanaco. Obvious evidence of a civilization capable of stonework that can’t be replicated by our current technically-proficient civilization. I don’t know the criteria for “great” but Andean civilization of ~1,000 to ~1,500 years ago had some pretty “awesome” accomplishments.

          Whether Jesus ever visited them, well, it’s kinda hard to prove He ever visited anyone.

          I have long considered Mormonism to be Islam for modern Americans.

          • Rulo Deschamps January 7, 2022 at 7:14 pm #

            Jesus Quispe Mamani is groundskeeper to this day in Tihuanaco, to answer your question.

            Cooks a mean llama stew when he’s in the mood, and may bring out a bottle of Pisco if he likes you.

    • Islander January 7, 2022 at 2:56 pm #

      Martin Armstrong (somewhat paraphrased):

      “What I noticed is that there are people who know what is going to happen. So our computer basically tracks the capital flows when these people start to move their money. THE COVID CRISIS REALLY STARTED WITH THE REPO CRISIS OF SEPTEMBER 2019.”


      (This part not too far in to the interview–ca. 4:00)

      Yep, cue Michael Hudson on the repo “crisis.”

      • Islander January 7, 2022 at 3:06 pm #


        Dot connecting!

        Remember that WEF document about pension funds that I posted in the prev. thread?

        See Armstrong @ ca. 9:00.

      • Islander January 7, 2022 at 3:21 pm #

        Sorry to be repetitious, but this Martin Armstrong interview is a must-watch, esp. for the WEF-watchers here

        A corrective to all those who deride Schwab as a Bond character and also deride those who take the Schwab project seriously. The WEF program aims, among other things, to end democracy.

        Open your eyes! Schwab has ALREADY placed his indoctrinated cadres into pivotal roles who have gone far to accomplishing much of the WEF program—the foundational conditions, so to speak. Just listen to Trudeau and Macron openly enmerdant their citizens.

        As Americans we must keep these sleepers out of our government, out of our institutions at all costs. This “creature” (cf. Creature of Jekyll Island) arose partially in Cambridge, Mass, at Harvard.

        Speaking of The Creature from Jekyll Island, Griffin’s thesis is that the IMF, the World Bank, etc. are sleeper socialist orgs who long-term aim is to impose world socialism. I still don’t know what to make of this, although he cites plenty of sources regarding thepolitics and views of the Webbs, and John Maynard Keynes.


  12. Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 10:19 am #

    Speaking of Dr. Fauci, I have been talking about the strange behavior of some of our elected officials around viruses before,

    For instance, the Zika virus, when a senator from New York got very, very concerned about a disease in Brazil, that was going to come to Florida.

    Chuck Schumer and Florida. Doesn’t Florida have its own senators?

    Anyway, the media was consumed by Zika for a time, pregnant women in Florida were made afraid of going outdoors, Bill Gates got involved, a baby with a pointed head was shown over and over on TV…

    Then, nothing.

    Here’s what I’ve been missing, and I was reminded by something a woman named Stacey Rudin wrote- the infamous Dr. Fauci was up to his neck in that episode as well.

    Top Obama doc Fauci to Congress on Zika funding: ‘Act now’

    Dr. Anthony Fauci, a top Obama administration doctor, urged Congress on Sunday to promptly agree to appropriate an additional roughly $2 billion to fight against Zika — the latest in the back and forth between the White House and GOP-led House about funding against the deadly virus.

    “We have to act now,” Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told “Fox News Sunday.”

    House Republican leaders have argued that the federal government has enough money now to fight the virus and that additional funding should come through the regular appropriations process this fall.


    I remembered the event, but not the name of the fraudster working with Chuckie.

    BTW Stacey is another one of the heroes who have been on top of the scamdemic from the start.

    • David Webb January 7, 2022 at 11:09 am #

      Fauci has a long history of fear-mongering. In the ’80s he was pushing the narrative that AIDS was easily transmittable through heterosexual intercourse, which turned out to be a very rare occurrence. It’s almost as if he’s been waiting decades for the right opportunity to step into the role of savior of a nation in the throws of a deadly epidemic.

      • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 11:22 am #

        Problem with Fauci is that he went from patients to patents. Much less contact with the smelly peasants and much more lucrative. However, it means that he has no experience of real life in general, let along real medical practice. I doubt the SoB could even administer an injection. Which is probably a good thing.

        • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 11:45 am #

          The problem with Fauci is Fauci.

          • lastman January 7, 2022 at 12:08 pm #

            He is a minion of the “money changers.”

            The same “money changers” that Jesus flipped the table over on.

            Why is that so hard for people to understand?

    • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 12:18 pm #

      On a hunch, I wondered if Leana Wen, the CCP/WEF puppet and false flag favorite was in on that one. YEP: https://health.baltimorecity.gov/news/testimony/2016-06-02-dr-leana-wen-letter-zika-conference-committee-june-2-2016

      They’ve been trying to get this pandemic hoax going for years.

      Tried in 2009, Wodarg put a stop to it.

      Tried in 2014, with Ebola. No go.

      Looks like Zika was in 2016.

      They were prepared to go all out in 2019. And they did.

      • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 12:36 pm #

        Good catch.

        I wonder if they’d have bothered with the covid if Trump had not been elected, or if they’d managed to take him out with their Russia hoax.

        • Blackbird January 7, 2022 at 1:32 pm #


          “Covid” is/was not about getting rid of Trump. “Covid” is about getting rid of us.

          In my opinion, it was necessary to have Trump in office as a wedge to divide the US population. Anti-Trumpers could be relied upon to be fervently pro-vaxx. Pro-Trumpers can be demonized as Nazi Typhoid Marys. Pro-Trumpers, mobilized by Trump’s “America First” lies can be counted on not to go along with the Great Reset and the Plandemic that is driving it – identify, isolate, liquidate.

          • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 7:13 pm #

            I am right about there with you on that.

            I call Trump the gateway drug. He set the stage for mass derangement. Useful tool.

        • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 7:18 pm #

          I wondered why Clinton was removed and Trump allowed to ‘win’ in 2016. I’m sure he got the vast majority of the votes, but as we’ve seen, since 2000, that doesn’t mean much. They install who they want to install.

          I bet the engineers of all this gamed it out and realized they could use the outrage on the left over a Trump win in a big way. And they did.

          • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 7:20 pm #

            And the timing… covid19 hits a few months before Trump’s inevitable re-election?

            Yeah… it was engineered from top to bottom.

    • abbybwood January 7, 2022 at 1:33 pm #

      Funny how Ivermectin was mentioned in the fight against Zika:


    • Alzaebo January 9, 2022 at 9:00 am #

      You mean the Zika virus, samples available for 499 Euros from two American firms quartered in the EU?

      The one that was released as part of a “mosquito abatement experiment” two weeks before the Rio Summer Olympics?
      3 counties on the northern edge of Rio were selected to receive infected mosquitos.

      Who could ever have imagined that people flying in from all over the world might get bit and spread it? After all, microcephalic babies are a common side effect, right?

  13. got___truth January 7, 2022 at 10:22 am #

    Record low U.S. unemployment at 3.9%!!

    This explains the celebrations in San Francisco and Chicago!

    Explains the Blue City rationale for the policies of open southern border, DA’s not prosecuting larceny and drug trafficking, judges not requiring bond for repeat violent felony offenders, and sanctuary cities and states!

    More workers required!


    • lastman January 7, 2022 at 12:10 pm #

      Meanwhile, I drove my better half to work this morning and the same “help wanted” signs were in place and new ones up…and I live in a booming area.

      • lastman January 7, 2022 at 12:13 pm #

        Businesses looking for help are everything from small biz to big corp. and even gub.

        Gub however, won’t hiring a white male. It is easier for them to find someone from china or afghanistan.

      • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 12:40 pm #

        I’ve heard that a lot of the younger people are trying to get in with Amazon or another delivery service.

        I also heard one reason is, you get a set schedule with those jobs.

        I do know that many people who are trying to do something else with their lives, are drawn to that work, so the set schedule is probably true.

        • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 12:53 pm #

          Think about the decline in the quality or intelligence requirements of all these service jobs.

          Sure am glad we are promoting more college educated people.

          Documented evidence of the almost total destruction of the US education system.

          Like Cashiers that cannot make change without a machine to tell them.

        • Bilejones January 7, 2022 at 1:53 pm #

          My boy’s home from school and strolled into the Home Dewpot that he’s worked before and they were delighted to see him ; a sort of stroll in when you want but no more than thirty hours. He’d done a few 8 hour days before Christmas and thinks, when he’s back from a week skiing at Stowe tomorrow, that he’ll do two weeks of 3 and a half days before returning to his studies.
          I recall when unskilled labor involved actual labor.
          They must be hurting.

    • Alzaebo January 9, 2022 at 9:04 am #

      We’ve forgotten the quiet revolution of the 60s and 70s.

      The women are going home.
      They don’t want to be men anymore, the rat race got them nothing except for no future.

  14. gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 10:24 am #

    “… the madness probably has its roots in the slow-motion train wreck of our techno-industrial economy. The managerial class can surely sense it and see it coming, but they don’t have a clue what to do about it. So, in desperate need of some signifying ritual, they’re left performing a grand-scale Chinese fire drill like drunken sophomores of yore — a flurry of pointless, attention-seeking activity.”

    inclined to agree that at elite levels there’s at least as much flailing as skillful masterminding going on… we’ll find out before too long…

    it’s almost scarier, i think, maybe, to view great-reset activities as doomed to fail and incompetently conceived and inacted, rather than as ingeniously planned and likely to whip the masses with ease into some fiendishly ordered new system.

    because that means nobody’s at the wheel and there’s not even much of a functioning wheel left anyway…

    • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 10:39 am #

      sometimes both sides of the political aisle sound similar to me lately…

      “please let there be some order to all this! Let there be some competent authority out there somewhere (be it the enlightened wokester vax-fascists or the diabolical wef elites).”

      maybe the truth is closer to – theres only disorder on all sides

      • Rulo Deschamps January 7, 2022 at 7:20 pm #

        gustafson, yes. Disorder on all sides. “the centre cannot hold”

      • Alzaebo January 9, 2022 at 9:15 am #

        It’s what happens when people who aren’t nearly as smart as they think they are allowed to take over.

        Worse, they assume the right because they’re better than you and will do a better job–and they never, ever, ever learn.

    • rainmaker January 7, 2022 at 10:40 am #

      The industrial economy powered by fossil fuels is starting to run out of gas, so to speak. The economy needs to start shedding the dead weight. A large population of the managerial aristocracy needs to be laid off, permanently.

      • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 11:34 am #

        This would appear in line with some of what Tainter described in “The Collapse of Complex Societies”.

      • lastman January 7, 2022 at 12:17 pm #

        They can then be retrained by tptb as serfs I mean farmers.

        • TaxDonkey January 8, 2022 at 11:23 am #

          Holodomor 2.0

          • Alzaebo January 9, 2022 at 9:22 am #

            Kill the Amish!
            The Holodomor farmers were largely Anabaptists from America imported by Tzarina Catherine the Great for their skill. She was our other great ally along with Lafayette and France.

      • abbybwood January 7, 2022 at 1:37 pm #

        We should start with 2/3rds of the dead weight inside The Beltway.

    • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 11:25 am #

      Gustaf: they might be in command or they might not. But history shows that even people who think they are in command of events are usually not. Look at August 1914. Every European leader saw the outbreak of war as a solution to their nation’s problems. Fast forward to 1918. Most of them were gone, and even the victors, Britain and France, were financially and socially exhausted, and had to step aside for the new superpower, the US. They are in command or they are not: but the results will be same. Total breakdown and chaos.

      • Rulo Deschamps January 7, 2022 at 7:18 pm #

        HtheW, spot on. Events take a life of their own.

    • Bilejones January 7, 2022 at 1:57 pm #

      My wife is toying with a job with a German multinational manufacturer and they openly say that their main concern for the next 5 years is redesigning their plants, systems and processes to operate in an increasingly unskilled environment.

      • lastman January 7, 2022 at 10:17 pm #

        Do they realize how much energy it will take to accomplish that?

        5 years of retooling yields no profit.

        Must be a Vanguard project…they are the only ones that I know of with a fiat printing press.

      • ianw January 7, 2022 at 11:21 pm #

        […] they openly say that their main concern for the next 5 years is redesigning their plants, systems and processes to operate in an increasingly unskilled environment.

        That’s been the goal of capitalism – and most corporations – at least since the Luddites smashed the machines in the early 19th Century.

        I guess these days corporations want to get rid of the expensive managerial and technical staff, and just have the low-wage jobs left – because they are a lot cheaper than full-steam robot automation.

  15. Lawfish January 7, 2022 at 10:33 am #

    I had a colleague of mine die suddenly last weekend while playing hockey. He was 49, very fit, didn’t drink, played college baseball, etc. He had heart pains while playing hockey, so he drove to the hospital, but died on the way. I suspect fully vaxed because our firm has been paying people bonuses to take the jab. Too bad his survivors have no one to sue.

    • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 10:40 am #

      how many heart-attacks will the public ignore?

        • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 12:19 pm #

          I read yesterday that only 35% got boosters, though. Which means those 62% won’t be considered ‘fully vaccinated’ for long if not already.

          • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 1:00 pm #

            Good observation, Mary.

            What is fully vaccinated, anyway. IMHO! it is two shots. The booster seems to be an adder.

            As I have pointed out over and over, the antibody counts in two shot, fully vaxxed people is gone. Why is everyone so surprised that just as many fully Vaxxed folks are getting Omicron as unvaxxed.

            Here goes, the vast majority of the population right now is effectively non-vaxxed.

            Sure am glad Omicron is mild.

          • Blackbird January 7, 2022 at 1:36 pm #

            “Fully Vaxxed” will mean “Life-long Subscription”.

          • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 7:08 pm #

            Oh and some muckety muck in Quebec just threatened their population with being locked out of everything if they don’t get the booster, and yep, there, the double-jabbed are now not considered fully vaxxed.

            Compliance means they keep going further.

          • got___truth January 7, 2022 at 10:20 pm #

            It is best to refrain from subscribing.

            Based on the SCOTUS idiocy on display, it is a reaffirmation that ALL time and energy are best spent building out the localized New, not fighting the old.


      • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 11:25 am #

        Probably about as many as the CDC says is permissible. Seeing that they are not even watching, or publishing the incidence rates of mortality or even adverse effects, I doubt any action will be non-forthcoming.

      • malthuss January 7, 2022 at 6:20 pm #

        millions?, until they too die? whats yr guess.

        I saw a long line for FREE COVID TEST. Today.

    • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 11:28 am #

      It would be interesting to see how many under, say, 40 die suddenly in normal times in order to compare numbers. Did a lot of people die suddenly like this, but because we weren’t in a “pandemic”, they went unnoticed by the wider world? There have been a lot of comments too about the Indiana insurance boss talking about a significant rise in unclassifiable deaths in people of working age. I suspect we are staring at something pretty horrible here, but it would be great to hear from some of the experts on our side.

      • Psychsounds January 7, 2022 at 12:53 pm #

        ‘but it would be great to hear from some of the experts on our side.’

        I very strongly agree, but unfortunately I have learned not to hope for these possible ‘experts’ to be heard. The suppression of Scientists, Doctors, and others is so extreme, it helps to explain why so many bloggers, start writing really crazy stuff. (or not so crazy !). It looks hopeless (though I hope it isn’t). It is nice to see JHK talking somewhat optimistically though. His keen insight and comments really help in this dark time we are in.

        • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 1:03 pm #


          The lack of information on which to base decisions is criminal, IMHO.

          Unfortunately, the people in charge are ignoring, maybe suppressing the info. They are in charge, He who has the gold, makes the rules.

      • Bilejones January 7, 2022 at 6:34 pm #

        We are told by the anointed that the clot shot isn’t fully operational for a little while after it’s administered.
        Accordingly, all deaths less than 28 days after are recorded as “unvaccinated”.

        Almost certainly, of course, of Covid.

        • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 9:52 pm #

          And 2 jabs w/out a booster is now ‘unvaccinated.’

      • spaingaroo January 8, 2022 at 11:52 am #

        40% elevated mortality in 18-64s according to the insurance industry.
        notice he “doesn’t get” the cause.

      • Paula D January 8, 2022 at 12:11 pm #

        Intrigued by your question, I went to the census bureau’s website and typed in the search engine “annual death rates in USA”.
        Well, damned if I couldn’t find that info.
        The closest thing I could find was ”Racial impacts on covid deaths”.
        Really, Census Bureau? Only Woke statistics can be accessed?

        • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 9:52 pm #

          Unbelievable. Well, these days, believable…

    • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 11:37 am #

      Driving oneself to the hospital in such a situation is a poor decision.

    • Blackbird January 7, 2022 at 1:37 pm #

      Played college baseball at 49? And I thought I spent too much time in school…

      • malthuss January 7, 2022 at 6:21 pm #

        that was an odd statement. 30 years ago he was on the team, so that means he should live to 101?

    • redbrick January 7, 2022 at 7:50 pm #

      Don’t do what your colleague did…if you are having chest pains after any type of exertion always call 911 or your local emergency number. I had a hockey teammate go into cardiac arrest in the locker room post-game. Ran to get the AED and it shocked him before the paramedics arrived and probably saved his life. He ended up having a few more good years but then drove home after hockey practice one night and dropped dead in his kitchen…

      Now, this has me thinking…maybe just don’t play hockey after say 39?

  16. getsome January 7, 2022 at 10:47 am #

    James Howard: Another very tight, concise analysis of the current malaise and the various components thereof.
    Kazakhstan = uranium deposits. Initial comments from various sites credited the triple letter cesspools resident here with these actions. A thinking person would look at proximity and motive. Might Russia desire control of the fast becoming priceless uranium? If, in fact, the MIC OR the last nazi initiated this as a “color” takeover, Vladimir thanks you!
    Look up mass formation psychosis on google and they, now, show Joe “ the msm killer” Rogan. How nice to have a hard boy, mental and true ass kicking physical, carrying the fight forward. I can think of no one else, well Jocko, I’d want in this position.
    The Wife ordered the coming spring planting trove of seeds. Expanding our potatoes, hot peppers, beans (even though we still have 8-10 jars left) and broccoli. Tomatoes, squash, cantaloupe, peas, grapes, zucchini and strawberries will stay the same size. All raised beds assisted by fresh cow manure from our neighbors 2000 acre spread w/black angus’.
    Both she and I are +20 yrs RN’s. Her suturing looks as if it was done by putting the part under a sewing machine. I’ve triaged gunshot wounds, my own included, and as an OR nurse on weekend nights at UVA and MCV, seen just about every trauma a body can exhibit.
    I can also put lead on target quite well, she not so much BUT don’t come too close.
    All things occurring at present have occurred in prior societies, same basic shit but different external trappings. The human ape has a very small repertoire of actions within the sociopath community. As such, informed people -also known as historians- should prosper in the approaching melees. Nuff Said.

    • Bilejones January 7, 2022 at 6:39 pm #

      Others may have taken a less physically taxing alternative.

    • Rulo Deschamps January 7, 2022 at 7:25 pm #

      getsome, bravo. For the observations and for the early prep towards a good harvest. Get some cowpen panels and plastic sheeting, build a hoophouse & extend your season 2 months at least. Easy project. Wife & I put together a nice one in a couple of days.

      Good luck!

  17. Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 10:48 am #

    There’s a picture going around, small children in some sort of bubble suit, someplace in Asia.

    I hope it isn’t China, because every time the Chinese stage a ridiculous ‘intervention’, we copy it here without question.

    Anyone remember the returning physician with Ebola, wearing the moon suit?

    Anyone not recognize that the Ebola nuttery was a dress rehearsal?

    A doctor in a moon suit, meanwhile an infected doctor wanders all over NYC without a care.

    That wasn’t so long ago.

    People’s antennae should have been up when the covidiocy started.

    • TaxDonkey January 7, 2022 at 11:25 am #

      Beryl, Zika was an interesting exercise as well. It affected maybe 10 people over here in the US but the media and the research agencies went into a perfect cytokine storm and gorged on a flurry of emergency funding and fear of microencephalopathy. Then when the frenzy was done, it disappeared into the night not to be heard from again.

      • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:47 am #

        If one looked at that period, one would probably see Zeke becoming the number one boy’s name.
        And Pinhead the number one old movie.

    • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 12:22 pm #

      Ha! Great minds… I was talking about Ebola, above.

  18. steppingup January 7, 2022 at 10:50 am #

    Good morning everyone. I love your writings, but this time I do not agree with some conclusions here. “The Powers That be” will never give up their power without a fight. Almost every single govt. has broken the Nuremberg Code, specially article 25 I believe. None of them are going to hang. Already, there is talk of doing away with it. LMAO. Evidently it takes about 80 years for all the shit to float to the top, hence the “Fourth Turning”. Another way of saying it is it’s time to flush the toilet. These people will never give up their power willingly lest they hang for their crimes. Problem is no one in this country really gives a shit, as far as I can tell. The only protest and riots I see are the ones being paid for by Soros and Company. We use to be the “Land of the Free, Home of the Brave”. What a fucking joke.

    When I was young, my first cousin, who was also my best friend, was killed in Nam, one of the first advisers to do so. I was too young to enlist, so instead, I cut school often, hitchhiked to Berkeley and beat up as many anti-war protesters I could get my hands on. Yes, I drank the Kool Aid. Totally believed my president that we had to stop the spread of communism. That was just the start of the many many lies told to me by our govt. What I believe now after so many lies and so many years, is that my govt has never told me the truth about anything. Floride(deadly poison) in the water. Geoengineering our planet(Why? anybody ever ask?) Too many trees to see the forest. Too may lines drawn in sand, first little breeze and holy shit, no more line. We have now become the Land of the Woke, Home of the Scaredy-cat punk ass little bitchez……Still “Laughing My Ass Off”.

    • steppingup January 7, 2022 at 11:00 am #

      The Nuremberg Code (1947)
      Permissible Medical Experiments
      The great weight of the evidence before us to effect that certain types of medical experiments on human beings, when kept within reasonably well-defined bounds, conform to the ethics of the medical profession generally. The protagonists of the practice of human experimentation justify their views on the basis that such experiments yield results for the good of society that are unprocurable by other methods or means of study. All agree, however, that certain basic principles must be observed in order to satisfy moral, ethical and legal concepts:

      The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential. This means that the person involved should have legal capacity to give consent; should be so situated as to be able to exercise free power of choice, without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, overreaching, or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion; and should have sufficient knowledge and comprehension of the elements of the subject matter involved as to enable him to make an understanding and enlightened decision. This latter element requires that before the acceptance of an affirmative decision by the experimental subject there should be made known to him the nature, duration, and purpose of the experiment; the method and means by which it is to be conducted; all inconveniences and hazards reasonably to be expected; and the effects upon his health or person which may possibly come from his participation in the experiment.

      The duty and responsibility for ascertaining the quality of the consent rests upon each individual who initiates, directs, or engages in the experiment. It is a personal duty and responsibility which may not be delegated to another with impunity.
      The experiment should be such as to yield fruitful results for the good of society, unprocurable by other methods or means of study, and not random and unnecessary in nature.
      The experiment should be so designed and based on the results of animal experimentation and a knowledge of the natural history of the disease or other problem under study that the anticipated results justify the performance of the experiment.
      The experiment should be so conducted as to avoid all unnecessary physical and mental suffering and injury.
      No experiment should be conducted where there is an a priori reason to believe that death or disabling injury will occur; except, perhaps, in those experiments where the experimental physicians also serve as subjects.
      The degree of risk to be taken should never exceed that determined by the humanitarian importance of the problem to be solved by the experiment.
      Proper preparations should be made and adequate facilities provided to protect the experimental subject against even remote possibilities of injury, disability or death.
      The experiment should be conducted only by scientifically qualified persons. The highest degree of skill and care should be required through all stages of the experiment of those who conduct or engage in the experiment.
      During the course of the experiment the human subject should be at liberty to bring the experiment to an end if he has reached the physical or mental state where continuation of the experiment seems to him to be impossible.
      During the course of the experiment the scientist in charge must be prepared to terminate the experiment at any stage, if he has probable cause to believe, in the exercise of the good faith, superior skill and careful judgment required of him, that a continuation of the experiment is likely to result in injury, disability, or death to the experimental subject.
      For more information see Nuremberg Doctor’s Trial, BMJ 1996;313(7070):1445-75.

      • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 7:04 pm #

        It couldn’t be clearer that the principles are being violated. That’s why all over Twatter they have “fact checkers” hired by Gates trying to claim the opposite.

    • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 11:40 am #

      You are just noting what the main struggle has been forever in this country, how much power the Federal government has vs. the states vs, the people. Hamilton and Jefferson argued it in the cabinet of Washington and the press of the time. Power has been funneling toward the Feds ever since the CW. Lincoln was a hero for saving the Union, but the consolidation of Federal power has been going on ever since. FDR, being enabled by the Depression and WW2, was a great acceleration of the rise of the Deep State. The almost total victory of the Deep State was shown by the successful repudiation of Trump. Nails continue to be driven into the coffin with the Jan.6 nonsense.

      • Wizard of the Saddle January 9, 2022 at 3:24 am #

        Good synopsis of the country’s evolution from a Republic in 1789 to a Mob Democracy in 2021.

        Plato brilliantly explained why democracy is one of the worst forms of government ever devised. All democracies degenerate into hot messes where great masses of greedy, indolent, dolts elect corrupt mediocrities to office whose mandate is to rip-off society”s producers and redistribute the loot to the lazy, shiftless, conniving, grifters.

        Inevitably, every democracy collapses due to loose fiscal policy, monetary debasement, and gross incompetence of the political class.

        The Founding Fathers were well aware of this risk and they tried their best to build safeguards into our Constitution, but the wrecking crews commenced work on tearing them apart as early as 1803 when the Supremes made the first unwarranted grab for unconstitutional power with the Marburg vs. Madison decision.

        We are lucky that Liberty has not yet been completely extinguished in America, although I would venture that none of the Founders would think we are very free today in comparison to the levels of freedom that were enjoyed by citizens of this country two centuries ago. We are like the frogs in the proverbial boiling pot. It keeps getting warmer but it never occurs to most people that TPTB just keep turning up the burner beneath them.

        • Wizard of the Saddle January 9, 2022 at 3:25 am #

          Marbury. Stupid spell checker changed it to Marburg.

      • Tate January 9, 2022 at 5:57 pm #


        The Radical Republicans of the time (19th century Progressives) deified Lincoln it’s true but he was no hero to half this country, which was conquered & laid waste by the other half (actually a small fraction of the other half which mobilized the rest of that industrial half against the Southern nation). I won’t call the whole a nation because it’s never been a nation.

    • Prospero January 7, 2022 at 12:34 pm #

      “The Powers That be” will never give up their power without a fight. Almost every single govt. has broken the Nuremberg Code, specially article 25 I believe. None of them are going to hang. Already, there is talk of doing away with it.”

      I’m in total agreement with what you said here. The Nuremberg trials were conducted by reasonibly-moral governments who punished a carefully selected group of war criminals for their disgusting crimes against humanity.

      Today, there don’t appear to be any remaining, reasonibly-moral governments willing to conduct the necessary trials required to punish the psychopaths who are currently committing massive, deadly crimes against humanity on a global scale. Rapidly increasing social, economic and political upheavals will make today’s problems seem insignificant by comparison.

      Unfortunately for America, Josef Mengele has been replaced by a new Angel Of Death who operates with total governmental support as he continues to conduct inhumane medical experiments on his millions of pharmaceutical prisoners. Sadly, this triple and quadruple-vax madman has now boosted his deadly bio weapon plague to the extent that it now includes our children.

    • malthuss January 7, 2022 at 6:22 pm #

      beat up as many anti-war protesters I could get my hands on.


      • Wizard of the Saddle January 9, 2022 at 3:27 am #

        Depends on which anti-war protestors got hammered. Some were bona fide communist pieces of shit. They deserved a pounding.

  19. Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 10:56 am #

    Mike Yeadon is on the Corona-Ausschuss right now and is on fire.

    Depop via vaccine, vax passport and digital currency, etc.


    • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 12:25 pm #

      Thank you! Watching now.

    • GreenAlba January 7, 2022 at 12:59 pm #

      Watched it to the end – now need to go back to see the beginning.


      The troll should be made to sit through this with his eyes pinned open, like in Clockwork Orange.

      • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 8:11 pm #

        His brain would short-circuit. He’s firmly culted.

  20. messianicdruid January 7, 2022 at 10:56 am #

    “Men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.”

    Vindication – written in your little black book.

  21. Htruth January 7, 2022 at 10:57 am #

    Surprise Surprise Robert Malone is pushing a new vaccine: https://americanyellowvest.wpcomstaging.com/2022/01/06/a-new-vaccine-brought-to-you-by-robert-malone/

    • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 11:04 am #

      I don’t see that as “pushing”. It sounds like he’s talking about a product that will go through the normal number of trials.

      • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 12:03 pm #

        That was my take. “traditional” vaccine” and “rigorous” were terms used.

        I’m not jumping to a conclusion based on a sound bite.

  22. Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 11:00 am #

    The shots in Australia are going down to three month intervals. The shots that don’t work.

    • GreenAlba January 7, 2022 at 11:29 am #

      Fits with the ‘advocacy’ theory: seems Aussies didn’t get so many of the lethal shots – possibly a high percentage of placebos, so are advocates for the vaxxes.

      Enter boosters, stage left, to top up a willing population.

      Look on the bright side – you-know-who will soon have had half a dozen shots. Their government has ordered enough of the vaxxes (developed for a strain of the virus that doesn’t exist anywhere) to give every Aussie 10 boosters.

      • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 11:46 am #

        Are you suggesting a “bait & switch” with lots of early-on placebo shots to soften up the perception in time to introduce “the boosters” containing various manner of nasty stuff?

        • GreenAlba January 7, 2022 at 1:04 pm #

          Yes, but it’s not my perception. It was voiced by Mike Yeadon – don’t know it he was the first. John O’Looney mentioned it too, but I don’t know whose speculation it was initially.

          It makes perfect sense. You need to watch that sitting of the Corona Investigative Committee that Night Owl linked to. The livestream is over now, so you can see it on the website archive as Sitting 86 (‘The fog is lifting’). Really, it’s required viewing if you want to know how they’re doing this.

          As has been pointed out, if you want to lower the population this way, you can’t kill everyone at once or it would be too obvious.

          • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 8:35 pm #

            Watched a portion, the quality was poor and the audio was out of sync a lot of the time.

          • Night Owl January 8, 2022 at 4:55 am #

            I watched it all. Quality was good and audio was in sync throughout.

          • TaxDonkey January 8, 2022 at 11:33 am #

            GA, did Yeadon mention the ‘bad batches’ issue? That’s an area that needs more of a spotlight on it. sorry, I don’t have time to watch it.

          • spaingaroo January 8, 2022 at 12:04 pm #

            linked above, the organised bad batches talk is with Dr Sam White found here https://odysee.com/Reiner-Fuellmich-and-Dr.-Sam-White—There-is-no-immunity-for-coordinated-effort-to-murder5—Mp4-Video–Mp4-720p-:60fcd0e48f510ad0c4837fcaa4c662ca19ea942f and other places of course

          • Not_GeorgeT January 8, 2022 at 1:25 pm #

            I’ll try it again, stormy weather can be an issue with connections around here.

          • GreenAlba January 8, 2022 at 2:54 pm #


            The session with Yeadon (I’ve seen the last half hour or so and am working my way through the whole session from the beginning (it’s over 6 hours) so need to see the start of Yeadon’s interview, which I will get to.

            But the Yeadon chunk I saw is an expansion of Wolfgang Wodarg’s piece in the Sam White session. The graphs are incontrovertible (and are visibly clearer in this presentation), showing the chronological pattern of the separate rollout of the lethal batches from Moderna, Pfizer and Janssen. AZ isn’t available in the US, so it’s annoying that there’s no evidence for them. The UK Yellow Card system doesn’t allow for the tracing of batch numbers, as far as I know.

            Ernst Wolff also speaks in this session (for about 40 mins), as does Dr Lee Merritt, whose contribution is really worth watching too.

            I have technical difficulties with the videos in the evening, so will watch the rest tomorrow. The footage is also available divided into sections – I saw Wolff and Merritt in separate videos, but I’m having problems just now – must be my internet connection.

          • GreenAlba January 8, 2022 at 3:33 pm #

            Sorry that first para is incomplete – family arrived and I mucked it up! You get the gist, anyway. I’d advise watching it when you have time – also the Lee Merritt section.

          • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 9:56 pm #

            John O’Looney may have been almost killed in hospital recently. I guess he narrowly escaped.

          • GreenAlba January 9, 2022 at 10:00 am #

            Wouldn’t surprise me, Mary. Lots of articles being planted about how So-and-So died in hospital saying if only I’d got the vaxx.

            One yesterday was supposed to have said he’d get it ASAP when he got out (he died). They’re such grotesque liars they don’t even mention that civid recoverers don’t need to be vaxxed, possibly ever.

          • GreenAlba January 9, 2022 at 10:01 am #

            Covid, not civid 🙂

      • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 11:51 am #


        The entire future of the mRNA approach of future medical development is at risk right now. You have not seen anything yet.

        We may soon see what happens when booster after booster is given to people, as each inflammation episode builds on the inflammation history.

        IMHO, each evolution will take out its % of marginal folks, folks who just need a trigger to set off problems. Do I think we will know what happens with each evolution, we have not even heard what has happened with episode one.

        • GreenAlba January 7, 2022 at 1:14 pm #

          I agree, it’s a salami-slicing exercise, with plausible deniability (until this evidence from the analysts of the VAERS data). People are dying in dribs and drabs with no obvious connection to the vaccines.

          From my own anecdotal experience:

          (1) husband’s collapse a week after the booster;
          (2) McCullough says the covid recovered are at 4 times the risk of adverse effects compared to people who haven’t had covid: friend of mine had covid in 2020, got vaxxed spring 2021; had heart attack in June.
          (3) getting my bathroom done by a guy whose father is really ill – had sepsis. Vaxx increases risk of sepsis by lowering immune system function;
          (4) today lunch with friend who told me about another friend with shingles. Told hubby, who said there’s a lot of shingles about just now – also an effect of the disabling the immune system so that latent bugs like herpes ‘break through’ more often.

          All anecdotal, but if you looked out your window in Germany and saw trains full of rounded-up people going to who knows where, that’s anecdotal too, until it becomes history.

          The thing is there are no VAERS reports done for the shingles, sepsis, collapsed husbands, friends with heart attacks, unless someone joins the dots. Most people, including the docs, aren’t joining the dots. My husband didn’t think anything of the fact that there’s a lot of shingles around just now. To him it’s just an observation without a question mark attached.

          • GreenAlba January 7, 2022 at 1:22 pm #

            And you can’t prove causality (unless someone drops dead within a day or two of the vaxx) so they’ve played a blinder.

          • TaxDonkey January 8, 2022 at 5:37 pm #

            GA, Interesting you mention shingles. My experience with covid in March 2020, I was around people who had it but I never got covid or even a cold. But then very oddly, I got shingles for one terrible week. Chris Martenson reports the same odd thing.

        • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 1:26 pm #

          JohnAZ: glad you saw the light, bro! Hope you are doing well healthwise too (I remember you mentioning some serious issues).

          • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 1:45 pm #


            At my age, avoidance of any inflammation event is important.

            Maintain those telomeres.

            I will not be joining any adolescent, “let’s all get Omicron” Parties any time soon.

          • GreenAlba January 7, 2022 at 5:01 pm #

            John, have you thought about taking prophylactic ivermectin over the winter?

            I got some from the internet (at considerable expense!) in case any of my family got covid (that was before my daughters refused to be persuaded not to get vaxxed). I’m wondering, given I also will have a depleted immune system, if it would be sensible to take them prophylactically for a few months.

          • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 8:55 pm #

            Giving consideration to prophylaxis through to the Spring at least. Not quite there, mostly because I take a number of supplements which have worked not only so far, but before this segment began 2+ years ago.

            Part is the decision which route to take among a number of choices. What I currently do meet/exceeds Zelenko’s OTC polypill mix, for example. It’s somewhat of a cost/benefit situation. The cost is not necessarily measured in currency.

            Taking supplements requires some research. I’ve been in Asian pharmacies where they have large letter signs in English cautioning the items for sale are not necessarily without risk.

            Uptake is an issue. For example, ivermectin taken with a meal moves slower through the GI tract, increasing potential absorption vs on an empty stomach were it moves along faster.

      • Wizard of the Saddle January 9, 2022 at 3:37 pm #

        If you get folks used to getting popped with booster shots every three months it will eventually be child’s play to slip in the “kill shot” during one of these intervals…….the shot that slowly kills you over the course of a year or two. By the time anyone notices it will be too late for most. Only the unvaxxed vaccine skeptics would be spared, which is why FORCED JABS through mandates are being pushed. Once you get one or two jabs into people, all resistance from them is liable to collapse. Tgen you give them the kill shot as well.

    • ianw January 7, 2022 at 11:44 pm #

      The interval was dropped to four months on 4 January.

      Government Link

  23. TaxDonkey January 7, 2022 at 11:19 am #

    We can see the powers that be tried to kill a few birds with a single stone. The lockdowns rationed energy, whether done consciously or subconsciously. The rest of this crap was an attempt at full-spectrum dominance over the public. They want everything digitized, literally down to the last tomato for the purpose of “increased tracking efficiency” (their words, not mine). Along with the tomatoes, we also must be digitized to receive central bank digital currency and to pay taxes on it based on social credit scores. This is not a conspiracy theory but rather openly discussed. If the magic virus goes away, they will try something else, maybe with even more desperation and myoclonal jerking. The green energy ‘revolution’ seems to be fading with less controversy, but the scamdemic is too near and dear to their hearts. They will not release it easily.

    • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 11:33 am #

      TaxDonkey: Agreed. They are playing for all the marbles and will never, ever give up. And how can it be a conspiracy theory when all we do is quote their own words? I don’t see the sheep ever waking up. They love their phones too much, and of course, QR codes are so convenient!

      • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:53 am #

        We have to give up this idea of egalitarianism. Most people are sheep by nature and thus always will be, thus Democracy is contraindicated.

        We need to be ruled by an Aristocracy of Talent as Jefferson said. And this will come largely from a genetic Aristocracy since IQ is passed down via genetics.


        • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 1:29 pm #

          Jarek: I agree about the limitations of democracy. Here in Switzerland, we have a great system of direct democracy via our referenda. Great, that is, until, the 60% of sheep vote to deprive the other 40% of us of our basic rights. However, with human nature being what it is, an Aristocracy of Talent will also degrade eventually into a clownshow. Every form of government has a limited life cycle.

          • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 5:49 pm #

            If duration alone is our criteria, then a God King or Pharaoh system is best. The learned don’t believe per se, but pay him outward reverence.

            If the King has good advisors and is willing to listen to them, it can be a good system.

        • ianw January 8, 2022 at 12:08 am #

          And this will come largely from a genetic Aristocracy since IQ is passed down via genetics.

          LOL … inbreeding and mental lunacy is what you get! Look at the English and European aristocracies, for example.

        • Wizard of the Saddle January 9, 2022 at 3:52 pm #

          On this I am in total agreement. Aristocracy is far superior to Democracy. Democracy is for chumps and republics are easily subverted by democratic elections. The best form of government would be an Arisocratic Republic led by an enlightened class of propertied men of high character and education heavily leavened with a good dose of noblesse oblige.

          This was essentially what the leaders of the late, great Southern Confederacy were aiming for but. It is a damn shame that the wrong side won that war. The entire country is now far worse off for it.

          I’d much rather be living in the Confederate States of America today than in this deracinated, mongrelized, savage, multikulti, communistic mess that is the USA in the 21st century.

          But, who knows, if the wokism in Washington continues unabated, the South may yet rise again and assume it’s proper place in the world as a free and independent country.

          The fracturing of the Soviet Inion and Yugoslavia provide contemporary examples of multiethnic states that could not hold it together. The USA will soon be added to that list, and several smaller nations will emerge from the smoking rubble, with the South being the most obvious one. Texas might be another, seeing how it is large enough and wealthy enough to go it alone, but I would expect it to be closely aligned with a re-emergent Southern Confederacy.

          • Socrates-Detroit January 9, 2022 at 4:48 pm #

            The core of the USSR, Russia, survived, despite the West’s overt and covert pressures.

            Today, I could argue that Russia is, perhaps, the most “independent” nation in the world.

            Not the greatest living standard, by conventional, material measures. Certainly not the best weather.

            But perhaps the most self-sufficient.

            You can’t miss what you’ve never had. I’d say, for the average Russian, today is peak Russia.

            America is not self-sufficient, hence the need for our Imperial Troopers throughout the world. The USA needs finished goods, raw materials, energy, and… financing to keep going.

            China is not self-sufficient, the CCP needs the world as much as the world needs China’s wares.

            If America can survive the turbulence and come out the other end like Russia did, that would be a very good outcome.

          • ianw January 10, 2022 at 12:23 am #

            If America can survive the turbulence and come out the other end like Russia did, that would be a very good outcome.

            But but …”the American way of life is not negotiable” … how would it survive without all the doo-dads from China? And all the oil imported every day?

            Would the good people of Peoria Illinois wish to live like the average Russian prole?

          • ianw January 10, 2022 at 12:28 am #

            The best form of government would be an Arisocratic Republic led by an enlightened class of propertied men of high character and education heavily leavened with a good dose of noblesse oblige.

            LOL Good luck with that! It’s darn hard to even find ten good men to run the local country club in most places – before it breaks into squabbles, fights, factions, and disharmony.

            Give people a little bit of power and they go feral – always.

            In fact Trump always reminds me of the second-hand car dealer in white shoes who gets to be golf club president by being a blowhard, and then turns the place to shit.

            We all know such people … might even be related to some.

      • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 11:53 am #

        They are playing for all the marbles

        They have already won all the marbles, the demise of Trump was the end of resistance.

        • TaxDonkey January 7, 2022 at 12:15 pm #

          JAZ, history just keeps rolling. You talk like the story is over. It’s not. Trump 2.0 is up next with someone other than Trump and this story is going to get even more interesting. They only won all the marbles assuming this system stays intact. The longer term picture suggests globalism is crumbling, while nationalism, populism and forced localism will be on the rise. We’re reaching the Seneca cliff of energy production and this roller coaster ride will be bumpy for everyone, even the the globalists

          • tahoe1780 January 7, 2022 at 12:52 pm #

            40% energy price hike – https://www.rt.com/business/545386-france-energy-spike-elections-kazakhstan/

          • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 1:09 pm #

            Tax donkey

            I am overwhelmed by the total institutional takeover of America by the Liberal Deep State. Yes, I do feel that the battle is lost in the US. Yes, things will go on, but centered on China?, Russia?, the UN?

            Or maybe Greta?

          • TaxDonkey January 7, 2022 at 2:55 pm #

            JAZ, well if you think about peak oil for example, at the top is the moment of most production and consumption right before taking a dive. Likewise, one can imagine peak globalist control, where they have apparent full-spectrum dominance. However one of the consequences of this complete institutional capture is that those same institutions have never performed worse nor have they ever enjoyed less confidence of the populace. This is likely the peak global moment before it all splinters into a bunch of pieces.

        • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 1:30 pm #

          They think they won all the marbles; in reality, they’ve lost their marbles. In both senses of the word. This ain’t over until it’s over.

          • TaxDonkey January 7, 2022 at 2:56 pm #


          • Not_GeorgeT January 7, 2022 at 9:00 pm #


          • spaingaroo January 8, 2022 at 12:07 pm #

            yep, they’re nowhere near as smart as they think they are.

        • ianw January 8, 2022 at 12:13 am #

          […] the demise of Trump was the end of resistance.

          I prefer to think of it as a triumph of democracy. Trump lost an election by a wide margin – too many people saw him for what he was – an accidental president who wasn’t fit for purpose.

    • ianw January 7, 2022 at 11:53 pm #

      The lockdowns rationed energy, whether done consciously or subconsciously. The rest of this crap was an attempt at full-spectrum dominance over the public.

      I still believe that politicians in democracies are scared of elections and voters. I think for most politicians in most places, the pandemic has been a serious threat – governments get punished if the economy goes bad, and nobody cares that energy use and emissions are down.

      Even my modest local fruit & veg market has decent systems for tracking what they buy and what they sell – which is a good thing … increasing their efficiency, and income, and reducing waste.

      Politicians want a “return to normalcy”, not dominion over the masses – they know they’re on a hiding to nothing by either being too strict or too slack.

  24. wm5135 January 7, 2022 at 11:40 am #

    “This is the crisis of a managerial class that has lost its ability to manage anything,” JHK

    The laborers have been managing the system my entire working experience. The managerial class has systematically disassembled labor, as for the managerial class McKinley Morganfield observed

    “You can’t spend what you ain’t got,
    You can’t lose some little girl you ain’t never had”

    • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 12:03 pm #

      The managerial class is a product of the Liberal “everyone has to have a college education” push.

      The result is do you put college grads on the assembly line? Middle level management jobs are the useless jobs that result.

      The first jobs to go on RIFs are middle level management.

      Story time.

      In the hospital I worked for here, one floor manager managed to convince upper management that she needed an assistant to do the menial tasks she did not want to do. Soon, once the precedence was set, all the floor managers had their assistants. Six months later, corporate directed a cost reduction to each of the hospital CEOs. In a very smooth move, the hospital, in a two hour bloodbath, walked all the original floor managers out the door. The hospital never blinked.

      Watch out for one on one managerial structures, hard times come, one is leaving.

      • lastman January 7, 2022 at 12:30 pm #

        That is what happens when one gets lazy and stupid.

        People forget for the most part that it is a dog eat dog world.

        • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 1:10 pm #



  25. Jarek January 7, 2022 at 11:54 am #

    You trust a man (or is it a woman) who has a last name as their first name?

    • Hereward the Woke January 7, 2022 at 1:32 pm #

      Jarek: I noticed that too. Bizarre. My favorite from way back was McGeorge Bundy. Who the F calls their kid that? Never either trust any man or woman with a double barreled name.

      • ianw January 8, 2022 at 12:23 am #

        Non-Americans can also be amused (and bemused) by the propensity of Americans to quote a name in full – James Howard Kunstler, or Frank Lloyd Wright, for example, or just as common, the middle initial … Harry S. Truman.

        The capital of Australia (Canberra) has an attractive lake in its centre – it was named after the city’s American designer, Walter Burley Griffin. It’s called Lake Burley Griffin – since it was assumed (wrongly) that he had a double surname.

  26. wm5135 January 7, 2022 at 12:02 pm #

    seems like the president of Kazakhstan has implemented the “we don’t negotiate with terrorists” perspective.

    “I have given orders to law enforcement agencies and the army to shoot to kill without warning.”

    note to the managerial class:

    bend over grasp yourself firmly by the knees and kiss your ass goodbye

    best to tell anyone you care about you love them, next week is going to be a doozy

    • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 12:05 pm #

      Hmm. Read the oil price going over $8 a barrel, was partially caused by problems in Kazakhstan.

      • BackRowHeckler January 7, 2022 at 1:03 pm #

        Kazakhstan in on fire. Russia has sent in troops “at the invitation of the Kazakh government.”

        • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 1:12 pm #

          Yeah, it used to have SSR behind its name.

          Putin is not stupid, Biden is.

          Putin will grab all these former SSRs as they go belly up and bail them out, reinstituting the USSR without firing a shot.

          • BackRowHeckler January 7, 2022 at 1:27 pm #

            A small force was requested by the Kazakh govt. but it looks like an entire Russian armored division is rolling in. Plus air support.

            Shoot to kill orders have been issued to Kazakh security forces. Believe it or not this is all over oil.

          • Wizard of the Saddle January 9, 2022 at 4:00 pm #

            Kazakhstan Is also home to the Baikonur Cosmodrome – which is central to Russia’s space program. It is a major national defense asset. No way Putin’s going to allow ANYONE to jeapordize Russia’s access to that facility.

      • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 1:47 pm #

        $80 dollars a barrel, OMG.

  27. wm5135 January 7, 2022 at 12:06 pm #

    Jarek, there is more to poverty than lack of currency,

    McKinley Morganfield – Muddy Waters

  28. Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 12:07 pm #

    I have a link here to an analysis of Dr. Scott Atlas’ book, which I have not read, except for a few small excerpts.

    As with the review I read by Jeffrey Tucker, you come away with a certain amount of sympathy for President Trump’s position. This does not mean that he didn’t make a mess of things or do things no one should ever do.

    The funny/not funny thing is, his enemies criticize him even though the things he did wrong are exactly the things they claim to believe are the right things to do.

    “Several months into this debacle, a radical idea dawned upon the President. What if he could find and promote a scientist, boasting impeccable credentials, willing to follow scientific best practices and the actual data? Might that scientist actually prevail? Might the data confirm the President’s instincts—driven as they were by common sense rather than scientific training?

    President Trump reached across the country to Stanford’s Dr. Scott Atlas. In A Plague on Our House, Dr. Atlas provides the details confirming that things were indeed as bad as they appeared to be. When President Trump staffed his White House Task Force and handed the reins to Vice President Pence, he essentially cut himself out of the equation. The Task Force’s two leading bureaucrats immediately seized decision-making authority; none of their nominal superiors were either willing or able to reclaim it. From early on, the press and much of the American public embraced the ubiquitous Dr. Fauci, while most governors deferred to the Task Force’s liaison to the states, Dr. Birx. A third key bureaucrat, CDC Director Redfield, supported their diktats while maintaining a (marginally) lower profile. No one else much mattered.”


    One thing the writer leaves out is the pernicious influence of Jared, who seems to have interfered with Dr. Atlas every bit as much as Pence’s people did.

    I’m coming more and more toward the conclusion that the vice president was not the passive, inept player in this debacle that he initially appeared to be.

    Though the blame ultimately goes to the president, Pence is the reason a shady character like Fauci ended up in charge of that task force, and stayed there.

    The president says that he couldn’t fire Fauci because the media wouldn’t like it.

    Who told him that?

    Notice the people involved also are people who stabbed him in the back in other ways.

    • Blackbird January 7, 2022 at 1:49 pm #

      Trump “couldn’t fire Fauci because the media wouldn’t like it.” Now there’s a man with a spine of steel. (Who voted for him after all? The media?)

      Please Mr. Trump, come back and save us again!

      • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 2:08 pm #

        That answer, in the interview with Candace Owens, had some people wondering what the real reason was.

        That one did not make sense.

      • Wizard of the Saddle January 9, 2022 at 4:03 pm #

        Trump was far too afraid of the legacy news media. DeSantis seems to have much more skill in dealing with those public nuisances.

  29. wm5135 January 7, 2022 at 12:10 pm #

    Jarek, just to be clear that is a cutural and literary allusion. Stay in the shallow end of the pool.

    • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 12:38 pm #

      Remember Stringfellow Barr, editor of the great books?

      If your name is Morganfield McKinley, you may – and to your detriment.

  30. TaxDonkey January 7, 2022 at 12:27 pm #

    Speaking of crumbling narratives, kids can have strokes too. Yeah, completely normal, happens all the time


    • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 12:49 pm #

      if kids can suddenly get paralyzing spinal lesions in never before seen numbers because of a virus (that just apoears out of the ether?)… namely, polio in the early 20th

      then why can’t they die from inexplicable sudden strokes in never-before-seen ways?

      do you distrust your civilization’s entire medical field or something?

      • TaxDonkey January 8, 2022 at 11:41 am #

        Well, the surgical abilities of Western medicine are still beyond any capabilities we’ve ever seen in human history. For how much longer, I don’t know. Other than that though, I think Big Pharma and the insurance industry has corrupted a huge percent of the medical-industrial complex.

      • spaingaroo January 8, 2022 at 12:12 pm #

        seems about right

  31. Jarek January 7, 2022 at 12:44 pm #


    Indian Doc lays it all out at 5:52. It’s all about the spikes. The Vax is the thing to kill the people, covid is just the teaser. There’s always at least one Irish guy who has It. Dave Cullen is the replacement for the Irish Savant whom they crushed. Video kills the Radio Star. And the Theosophists spoke of “the Irish Master”.

    Note: This isn’t for Islander since the Doctor doesn’t stay in his medical lane. Islander doesn’t like people who know too much and go outside their specialty. No Renaissance Men please! They make people uncomfortable. Knowledge should be a group effort. And poems written by committees, like the hymns of the Novus Ordo.

  32. Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 12:48 pm #

    Has Covid vaccine efficacy turned negative?

    Data from highly vaccinated countries suggests strongly that the answer is yes; vaccinated people are at higher risk of infection from Omicron.


    • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 1:23 pm #

      Again, the Highly vaxxed countries are not!

      Simple as that!

      Fully vaxxed means two shots!

      The vast majority of two shot people got them in early 2021. Their antibodies are gone!

      Unvaxxed = Fully vaxxed.

      Only 35% of “fully vaxxed” have gotten boosters.

      Simple arithmetic.

      Bottom line, the Vaxx program is damn near worthless.

      This does not include the potential effects of additional boosters on screwing up the immune system.

      • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 1:48 pm #

        The last sentences are unexplored as of now.

      • benr January 7, 2022 at 3:49 pm #


        Fully vaccinated mid November and I have covid right now.
        At the moment I am coughing up blood and gunk.
        I can say without a doubt the vaccine did nothing for me.

        • pranah January 7, 2022 at 4:41 pm #

          benr, sounds alarming! Are you medicating with anything useful? I do hope you’ll feel better soon!

          • benr January 7, 2022 at 5:51 pm #

            Yeah, all the over-the-counter stuff the cough syrup seems to work the best.
            It’s just annoying as hell because I know I will be coughing like this for months.

          • Islander January 7, 2022 at 5:57 pm #

            Blood and gunk?

            Have you gotten tested for TB?

            Drink a LOT of water to dilute the gunk and get it out of your lungs.

            Eat some liver.

          • anmariwakaranai January 8, 2022 at 2:33 am #

            Benr selenium 2 a day to cough that phlegm up!

        • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 4:48 pm #

          Sorry to hear it. Good news is probably Omicron, bad news it is a pain anyway.

          Stay away from ER as long as you can.

          Get well fast!

        • GreenAlba January 8, 2022 at 6:15 pm #

          Sounds awful, benr. Did they make you get vaxxed for work? I think I remember you saying something earlier about the pressure.

          Hope you feel better soon.

          • benr January 9, 2022 at 10:08 am #

            Yes, I left the place of employment after 18 years over bad pay, terrible management and the vaccine requirement.
            The new company also required the vaccine, but they paid so well I just sucked it up.
            If four rounds of anthrax vaccine did not kill me one round of this probably won’t either.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 9, 2022 at 12:45 pm #

            Kick that virus’ ass, benr.

        • Bilejones January 8, 2022 at 8:12 pm #

          “I can say without a doubt the vaccine did nothing for me.”

          Can you say that it has done nothing to you?

          • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 10:00 pm #

            So sad, he was forced to get jabbed for work.

          • benr January 9, 2022 at 10:08 am #

            Made me miserable for two weeks.
            Lots of aches and pains.

    • ianw January 8, 2022 at 12:39 am #

      I still stick to the position that vaccination (with or without a third shot) decreases your chances of being hospitalised, requiring ICU, or of dying. This is particularly true of the delta variant – but also the omicron.

      Plenty of data to show that proportionally, the unvaccinated are far more likely to become serious unwell, or to die from Covid-19.

      Waning vaccine effectiveness in the face of omicron’s transmissibility seems pretty clear though – but that’s harder to get data on, since it’s hard to prove the negative.

      • spaingaroo January 8, 2022 at 12:16 pm #

        stick all you want. doesn’t mean anything because it doesn’t match reality.
        Sort of the theme of this blog.

      • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 10:03 pm #

        You can’t prove a negative.

        You should read this article, so you understand what you’re doing, with a side of crisp chardonnay.


      • Wizard of the Saddle January 9, 2022 at 4:14 pm #

        Utter nonsense. The vaccines don’t prevent infection and they don’t prevent transmission.

        Now we watch the usual suspects trotting out the completely unprovable assertion that taking the jabs lowers the risk of death or makes the symptoms less severe.

        What horseshit.

        One cannot prove a negative and yet this is the illogical swill we are expected to swallow.

        Not buying it and I never will. I remain unjabbed, healthy, and happy. If I ever do contract Omicron I do not expect to be any more indisposed by it than I would be from catching the common cold.

        I am so over COVID. I just wish fools like ianw would get over it too. This mass formation psychosis is really fucking up life for billions of people, so just STOP IT, already. We are sick of you COVID hypochondriacs!

        • MaryQueen January 10, 2022 at 9:55 am #

          Hear, hear!

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  34. 100th Avatar January 7, 2022 at 1:06 pm #

    “What you’re actually seeing in the rhetorical hoo-ha over the January Sixth capitol riot is the main cattle-prod driving mob madness”

    Speaking of cattle, all-hat-and-no-cattle, Lyin’ Ted Cruz was apparently busy calling the dimwitted victims of FBI entrapment “terrorists.”

    He then went on a media outlet and clarified his remarks by saying he believes ANYONE who attacks police are terrorists.

    Thanks Ted.

    Now, you and your Goldman Sachs spouse may have many people in Texas and on the right fooled, but you don’t have everyone fooled.

    You’re a two-bit character actor, and you play your part stoking division and dissent like the trained bought and paid for lap dog that you are.

    Many conservatives woke up to the fact that the GOP of the Bush’s and the Cheney’s and the neocons was not their party.
    They voted most of them out.

    But did they pay attention to who was ushered in to take their place?
    And who pushed them there?

    What’s Lyin’ Ted’s angle?
    He’s got one all right

    • Beryl of Oyl January 7, 2022 at 1:48 pm #

      He wants to be the first premiere of the North American Union.

      His Canadian/American/Hispanic heritage makes him uniquely qualified to hold this position.

    • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 10:05 pm #

      LOL, why anyone holds these people up as ‘heros’ is beyond me. My friend told me that Tucker Carlson got up in his grill about this and didn’t let him back down.

      • Wizard of the Saddle January 9, 2022 at 4:18 pm #

        Indeed he did. Tucker was merciless. I’ve never seen Cruz so nervous. Tucker took old Lyin’ Ted to the woodshed and wore his ass out. It was very entertaining to watch. It ain’t everyday you get to see a real patriot tell a sitting U.S. Senator that he’s a lying S.O.B three times to his face in the course of 5 minutes.

  35. mitchellc January 7, 2022 at 1:09 pm #

    For any mobile calif native, over the years one can observe the constant shifting and rearrangement of agricultural production.

    So too in manufacturing, services, entertainment, etc: business enterprises are in a constant state of flux, developing new products and markets, adjusting employment levels and skills, etc

    But what segment of society is essentially moribund, unable to rapidly adjust to changing factors, wed to cherished ideals which were themselves just a product of intense propaganda of an earlier time and place that necessitated deep programming and repitition?

    How does one manage such a state of affairs with so many squawking about civil rights, agency, self determination and so on? I mean, take a look at this site for so many great examples.

    To wit: I was born thru no choice of my own, but I’m special and demand recognition and respect!

    It’s a tremendous challenge to anticipate the future, to lay out the building blocks of change, to gain control of critical institutions, launch the program and manage and adjust to real time events on the field of battle.

    Let’s take Australia for example. Problem one are entitled aggressive westerners who lucked into a bonanza of surplus resources. Expectations became embedded, with a broad set of assumed entitlements.

    The issue for thinkers is what happens when the party is over. Think the mob will go home quietly or riot in the streets? Now throw in nukes…

    Ok, look at how many years it took to set the table. First, have the idiot sheep voluntarily give up their arms. Then brainwash them to allow foreigners to gain govt power. Then introduce measures to control and curtail individual movement. Lastly, introduce a series of kill shots while flooding the country with waves of “new citizens”.

    See how it works? Recognize the genius? Like the farmers in the central valley who shifted from cotton to almonds, before long You are in control of an entirely different population, one more productive, more amenable to direction, one less resistant to demands and agitation.

    For a smart crowd, I’m always a little dismayed that commenters tend to fall back into personal worrisome anecdotes, or make some ego inflated claims about future independence.

    No one except Jarek seems to really look at the situation from an abstract strategic perspective. It’s abundantly clear what’s happening, why it’s happening and what the downside is if recalcitrant euros can’t be elimated.

    They conquered the world, claimed dominion over the lands, and will fight – with nukes – to the bitter end.

    • 100th Avatar January 7, 2022 at 1:17 pm #

      ‘member when chula vista and otay lakes had oranges?

    • got___truth January 7, 2022 at 1:25 pm #

      Remember when the central valley had an aquifer?

    • 100th Avatar January 7, 2022 at 1:26 pm #


      This is one of the best in my many years here, no sarcasm!

      “No one except Jarek seems to really look at the situation from an abstract strategic perspective”

      Race is now, let me get this correct, “abstract strafgffh… sorry I am laughing as I type… strategic perspective.

      You read it here first folks.
      Racism, misogyny, antisemitism, fill-in-the-blank, is now abstract.
      Strategic? No doubt.
      No doubt.

      Your humor made my Friday
      muchas gracias tio

      • got___truth January 7, 2022 at 1:36 pm #

        Yeah, well, on his death bed, he will receive TOTAL CONSCIOUSNESS, which is nice.


      • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 5:30 pm #

        The blood – it is the life! No one knows that better than you folks.

        • 100th Avatar January 7, 2022 at 7:19 pm #

          You folks?
          You’re convinced

          • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 9:22 pm #

            You admitted it or rather one of your alters did. Btw, I have a number of different perspectives, not just race. I occasionally ask, If you were one of the Elites and knew what they know and had their power, what would you do about global over-population and resource depletion. This is what Mitch is referring to.

          • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 10:11 pm #

            Oh, 100th, don’t exaggerate.

            Jarek has many other interests besides race.

            There is bible thumping.


            Extolling the virtues of living as an angry incel.

            Let’s give credit where it’s due.

    • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 2:05 pm #

      when this vehemently, zealously advertised gigantic great-reset die-off never really materializes as all that much, i will be laughing at a few uppity folks

      i see vast majority of the die-off in local violence and scarcities over coming century or two or three, with today’s elites long-gone, yesterday’s news

      • ianw January 7, 2022 at 4:50 pm #

        when this vehemently, zealously advertised gigantic great-reset die-off never really materializes as all that much, i will be laughing at a few uppity folks

        Like the #MyPillowGuy, they’ll just keep pushing the date of the reckoning – the apocalypse – further and further into the future. That’s the thing about conspiracy theorists … they never admit that they failed to predict stuff, they just change the narrative, attack all their critics, and plough on. It’s a form of OCD or Asperger’s, I expect.

        The real doozy at this is the naturalnews dude … he’s quite hysterical, always wrong, and should stick to flogging his pills and potions.

        • benr January 7, 2022 at 5:52 pm #

          You should know about ALWAYS BEING WRONG.
          Everything you post is from clown world.

        • King of Comedy January 7, 2022 at 8:25 pm #

          Vis-a-vis that changing the narrative thingie, isn’t that a pretty apt description of what the Covid religious fanatics have been doing since the “vaccines” made their appearance?

          The mRNA specials were going to:

          a. end the pandemic

          which when confronted by reality, morphed into the slightly less ambitious:

          b. prevent transmission of the virus

          which when confronted by the second dose of reality, became the even less ambitious:

          c. prevent severe illness

          The fact that Covid for the vast majority of people is already not a severe illness aside, the next iteration of the narrative almost certainly will head in the direction of:

          d. but mRNA vaccines have electrolytes.

          • ianw January 8, 2022 at 1:30 am #

            The stats are not on your side – in the US and just about everywhere else, the unvaccinated suffer far more – hospitalisation, ICU treatment, and death.

          • King of Comedy January 8, 2022 at 10:57 am #

            Vaccinated or unvaccinated is an irrelevant metric. Almost all negative outcomes are among the old, the sick, and particularly in the US, the fat, pretty much like with every disease that has ever existed.

            Most decently healthy people, vaxxed or unvaxxed, will experience mild disease, if they contract Covid at all. A medical intervention with no long-term safety profile has to deliver significantly more than the placebo to make it worth even a small risk.

          • benr January 9, 2022 at 10:04 am #



            My wife is unvaxxed and we both got the crud!
            She was over it in four days while I am still coughing up a lung as a “fully” vaxxed person.
            In my household the vaccine made it worse.

        • spaingaroo January 8, 2022 at 12:21 pm #

          oh yeah, ianw is much much smarter than Mike Adams, yeah, demonstrates that here every time.
          Yeah Mike Adams doesn’t even come here and comment in his own defence. Maybe he’s too busy being a powerhouse and a one man movement.
          Ianw, not so much. just a sad troll

          • ianw January 9, 2022 at 4:32 am #

            ianw is much much smarter than Mike Adams

            In fact I am … because (a) I don’t flog snake-oil potions, and (b) I don’t make ludicrous predictions.

            I vividly remember the 3 Nov – 6 Jan period last year … the lunatic Adams made all sorts of crazy wild predictions about a military coup, martial law, and a stunning Trump victory, none of which came true.

            But that’s what happens on all the lunatic fringe websites that get pushed on here … even when their predictions are wildly, ludicrously wrong, no-one ever acknowledges that they were wrong … they blame the deep state, the mainstream media, or even the fairies at the bottom of the garden.

            It’s just all terribly pathetic.

    • Paula D January 7, 2022 at 3:18 pm #

      I was also born in California, during a time of plentiful resources.
      Except water, of course. We always knew that water was scarce and should be preserved.
      To Depression babies like my parents, and all the other parents of the Baby Boomers, used to making do with what they had and also to cooperating with their fellow citizens, being asked to conserve water during droughts was a perfectly reasonable request. We all did it.
      Conserving gas and lowering thermostats during the 70s? Yep, did that too, maybe with some grumbling.
      Compare and contrast to the people alive now, who feel entitled to move to California (or Nevada) and take 20 minute showers and who oppose conservation, because ”Damn the fish!”.
      Turn down the thermostat or turn off lights in unused rooms? No way!
      Meanwhile the citrus orchards, golden hills and berry farms of California have all been covered with McMansions, and the people who live there drive 50 miles to work on over-crowded freeways.
      But over-population? What are you, a Malthusian? There is no such thing as human population. Why, you could put the entire population of the world into the LA basin, and they would all fit!
      There is no such thing as over-population and if you say there is, you must hate humans.
      So, yeah, I agree that our overlords are taking things into their own hands.

      • 100th Avatar January 7, 2022 at 3:50 pm #

        Why this simpleton’s conception of overpopulation?
        It is not about space to house them
        Nor available food to feed them

        It is to do about fresh water.

        It is to do about quality of life.

        We believe that humanity is entitled to pursue and enjoy a quality of life.

        The planet cannot sustain billions of people who enjoy steak, mahi mahi, champagne, vacations, single family homes, personally owned vehicles, good paying jobs, world travel, nature conservancy.

        It is impossible.

        Now dullards argue that the earth “has room” for billions more.

        Well certainly, but you will be living in the crowded pens and eating the low quality processed feeds once reserved for the cattle that have now been freed.

        Think, just a little.

        • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 3:55 pm #

          night owl was spouting the same thing last week

          • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 4:21 pm #


            My, my. How interesting life is sometimes.

          • 100th Avatar January 7, 2022 at 4:23 pm #

            And mitigating overpopulation is not about murdering people.

            It is about responsible family planning

            If course Musk complains about it
            The pyramid scheme of modern wealth demands a larger sucker pool

          • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 4:29 pm #

            Prove there is overpopulation.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 5:01 pm #

            no, you show how the 7 billion population increase of the oil age will be supported as fossils decline. It can’t be explained without embracing tech-topian gibberish pregnant with bs that will sidle you right up to the great resetters themselves, and the tech-elites, and the deep-staters, and the renewables hucksters.

          • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 5:27 pm #

            “No” says gus. What a powerful argument

            You have convinced me.

            You know what they say in Arguments 101, the burden of proof is on the claimant.

            Explain in detail how you know the earth is overpopulated. Don’t be a worm.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 5:36 pm #

            see below for a little, NO.

            why do you even follow this blog?
            You’ve not read the long emergency obviously, or you disagree with its basic arguments. it’s nobody’s job to do your background study for you. Demanding rehashes of decades-old debates with no fresh input offered is… lazy

          • 100th Avatar January 7, 2022 at 7:24 pm #

            Prove there is oxygen

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 9:57 pm #

            Night Owl, i agree with much that you post. This antipathy for overpopulation conclusions baffles me. It’s incongruous. It surprises me based on your general stances, and is surprising to encounter on this blog, also.

            i think, in the end, this kind of thinking (there is no overpopulation) plays into the hands of the resetters. the only way there is no overpopulation as oil declines… is if our future is to own nothing but a postage stamp and to eat crickets. kind of a schwaubian vision.

          • Night Owl January 8, 2022 at 4:53 am #

            Prove there is overpopulation instead of trying to suggest that I should not be here.

            Or is the former something you cannot do?

        • ianw January 7, 2022 at 4:26 pm #

          The planet cannot sustain billions of people who enjoy steak, mahi mahi, champagne, vacations, single family homes, personally owned vehicles, good paying jobs, world travel, nature conservancy. It is impossible.

          Exactly … it’s not just a function f the number of human beings, but their level of consumption, and the power they have to achieve that level of consumption.

          I’m not sure either about that rosy picture of California in the 1950-1980 era … to me it was always the world epicentre of gross over-consumption, when resources were cheap and seen as unlimited.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 5:28 pm #

            it is also not merely dependent on reduced consumption, because life on a lower-tech plane requires more acreage of open land per person.

            consumption today is not limited to consumption of land-resources but is consumption of underground fossil resources as well. When they are gone, we will be back to land-based resources alone.

            fossils enable us to live on the equivalent of… i dont know how many planets worth of resources simultaneously. many multiples.

            so its not about consuming less from a constant pool of resources, but surviving a drastically shrinking pool of resources.

            reducing consumption cannot possibly counterbalance the loss of fossil resources at current pop levels

            and global population does not fall easily. it’s never fallen except in ice-ages, cataclysmic events.

          • ianw January 8, 2022 at 2:52 am #

            […]reducing consumption cannot possibly counterbalance the loss of fossil resources at current pop levels

            I think this is a pretty big cop-out.

            If Americans (and others in the rich world – Europe, Japan, Australia, etc) dropped their consumption level to those of a Greek village or an Indonesian fisherman – then fossil fuels would last decades – centuries – longer.

            You’re giving the heavy consumers a free pass, I reckon.

          • TaxDonkey January 8, 2022 at 11:51 am #

            Gustaf, ” because life on a lower-tech plane requires more acreage of open land per person”

            I think you’re correct. There was a study pointing out that when the Hutu and the Tuts in Rwanda reached below a critical level of land/person is when all hell broke loose. You and I probably couldn’t tell the difference between a Hutu and a Tutu but they efficiently polarized based on resource issues.

            I don’t see how 8 billion + people are going to sustain themselves agriculturally if natural gas supplies (to make fertilizer) continue their decline.

          • elysianfield January 8, 2022 at 12:46 pm #

            “gross over-consumption”

            Nothing exceeds like excess…..

        • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 4:51 pm #

          Think any of those dullards are willing to give up their quality of living so that people in Africa and Asia can breed more?

          • benr January 7, 2022 at 5:56 pm #

            Nope and yet China is now up to three kids per parent.
            Just what the world needs more super entitled locusts to scrape the world clean of anything that flies, swims or crawls.

          • Wizard of the Saddle January 10, 2022 at 8:08 am #

            Biggest mistake was the U.S. opening up to China in the 1970’s. When I was a young lad those bastards were stuck in a communist Stone Age riding bicycles in the cities and using oxen in the countryside. We should have left them there.

            In our gross stupidity we almost single-handedly enabled that country to leap forward to an American standard of living and consumption in only half a century.

            We also enabled the, to become a military threat to us. How boneheaded was that.

        • Islander January 7, 2022 at 6:05 pm #

          “It is not about space to house them”

          You might be surprised to hear otherwise intelligent people very seriouisly presenting such information. Most recently, from Cynthia Chung, her presentation to the Corona Ausschuss included the info that the whole world’s population could fit into the state of Texas. She presented this factoid, with a map, actually to present a point regarding the capacity of technology to solve all problems of supposed overpopulation. CC is a very intelligent young woman, but . . . but . . . she as other similar (I think Michael Shellenberger might be of this ilk) have lost the ecological plot.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 6:07 pm #

            yeah… lost is the operative word

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 7:18 pm #

            it’s not that surprising… the exact same thing went on in the 2000’s and has not stopped. tech-nerds spinning numbers to avoid a real confrontation with the population question.

            it’s not surprising, it’s just repetitive. this entire issue has been debated fully. but people don’t study anything. they just listen to the latest blogs and then go make their own.

          • Paula D January 7, 2022 at 8:23 pm #

            It’s not just the ecological plot, it is reality that has been lost.
            Put everyone in the world into Texas, or LA, and how do you feed them? Water them? Remove their wastes?
            They don’t live in the real world.
            These are the same people that think that you can change your sex by thinking it so.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 8:53 pm #

            oh goodness, paula, i think both i and avatar missed your sarcasm above, thought you were actually mocking overpopulation yourself. i did anyways. oops

            apparently, there are some overpopulation doubters jumping on the anti-great-reset train. i thought you had gone that way too for a second.

            sloppy reading of your post, my bad.

          • 100th Avatar January 7, 2022 at 9:05 pm #

            Of course you can! I can put every human into Rhode Island. Mile high tower after tower! I’ll outdo the Chinese cockroach.
            Stacks upon stacks of humans
            They won’t own anything and they’ll like it

            They’ll dine on cricket purée and like it
            They’ll drink recycled waste water and like it

            But there are billions and billions


          • 100th Avatar January 7, 2022 at 9:14 pm #

            I was in Peru ages ago, far south of Lima
            Psychoactives prevalent
            Journey through the chakana

            Someone told a story
            About earth
            Before the giants

            Where did the giants go?

            We are the giants.

            Maybe we need to shrink humanity
            Battling ants and wasps may keep us from each other’s throats at least

          • anmariwakaranai January 8, 2022 at 3:37 am #

            Water. If I can survive a ship wreck in a dingy with 2 jars and a tube between them, one jar full of seawater condensating through the tube into fresh water, I see no problemo for earth water resources.

            Quit wasting, start converting. Same with fuel and food. Get rid of the feed lots, graze them bitches on parkland,…just not to depletion. And keep it local if possible.

            They dig up giant skeletons all the time in asia and the stans.

            On population. Malthus theory works. But it doesn’t work in the ghetto or on the sustenance farm in India. Malthus theory requires an education to work, so changing methods required.

            Look at Asia, by three they know the basics, but at what cost? So there are limits to both sides.

          • anmariwakaranai January 8, 2022 at 3:56 am #

            ….Toronto and environs use lake Ontario as both drinking water and a sewage treatment plant. Nice beaches and swimming too.

            The feeder rivers are dotted with old grain mills complete with water wheels. Start em up!

        • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 10:13 pm #

          Paula may have done the sarcasm too opaquely for you to pick it up. Just a guess.

    • ianw January 7, 2022 at 4:59 pm #

      Let’s take Australia for example. Problem one are entitled aggressive westerners who lucked into a bonanza of surplus resources. Expectations became embedded, with a broad set of assumed entitlements.

      The issue for thinkers is what happens when the party is over. Think the mob will go home quietly or riot in the streets? Now throw in nukes…

      Ok, look at how many years it took to set the table. First, have the idiot sheep voluntarily give up their arms. Then brainwash them to allow foreigners to gain govt power. Then introduce measures to control and curtail individual movement. Lastly, introduce a series of kill shots while flooding the country with waves of “new citizens”.

      If this is your potted history of the European settlement of Australia, can I suggest you come on down and I’ll set you straight. It is an overwhelmingly better place for the average man and woman to live in than the US is … but I would say that, wouldn’t I?

      • benr January 7, 2022 at 5:58 pm #

        Is it?

        I don’t think so your government has gone all tyrannical as of late and damn near everything in Aussieland wants to bite/sting you or kill you.

        • ianw January 8, 2022 at 1:16 am #

          We are a very free people in the main, and while I agree our governments do very odd things, “tyrannical” is over the top. It’s more of a clusterfuck, TBH.

          Despite all the things that want you dead here – and there are a few – we do not have bears or mountain lions in spooky woods, and for that I am eternally grateful.

          No big terrestrial carnivores – our doozies are all in the water. It’s better living here – beaches are much better too.

      • Wizard of the Saddle January 10, 2022 at 8:15 am #

        The saving grace of the U.S. is that it’s worst problems are largely concentrated in about 20 or so major cities. The second you drive out to some lovely locale like Buffalo, Wyoming most of these problems evaporate and are well over the horizon.

        • ianw January 10, 2022 at 12:21 pm #

          I agree – we love visiting the US, and have frequently. But we go for the road-trips, the mountains, and the national parks, NOT for the cities. Okay, NYC for a week.

          And we love cities in general – in Europe for example.

  36. BackRowHeckler January 7, 2022 at 1:12 pm #

    At the 1 year anniversary Big Dem influencers and their media shills were flogging the Jan. 6 Insurrection Meme for all it was worth. It seemed like an exercise in desperation; now that Sen. Manchin has torpedoed Biden’s signature Build Back Better narrative dredging up Trump’s imaginery transgressions is the only arrow left in the quiver.

    • JohnAZ January 7, 2022 at 1:25 pm #


      And most of it is imaginary and based on MSM lies.

      • 100th Avatar January 7, 2022 at 1:40 pm #

        and tea party conservatives lies tambien

    • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 4:24 pm #

      That theater production on the Capitol steps reminds me of why I left the States.

      The word cringe was invented for just that sort of thing.

      • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 10:16 pm #

        A bigger cringe was, today, a friend started to play a music video based on the song “Jolene” but was entitled “Vaccine” and yes… actually pleading with people to get it.

        The death of art is so sad.

    • Islander January 7, 2022 at 6:06 pm #

      I saw all of the big headlines on the front pages, over the fold, of the Boston Globe, USA Today, NYTimes, and one other when I went to the supermarche today.

    • Wizard of the Saddle January 10, 2022 at 8:21 am #

      One wonders what the Left will do as the badly failing networks CNN and MSNBC are finally reaching a point where they are going to have to eject all of their woke, TDS-afflicted, professional liars and go back to regular news reporting if they want to survive.

      I get the sense that, like the Boy who cried Wolf, these Leftwing media organs have completely run out of steam and presently exist only to provide raw meat video clips for FOX News to ridicule and refute on a daily basis.

      Even Soros and friends must be growing weary of having to subsidize these massive money losers who no longer get results.

  37. got___truth January 7, 2022 at 1:30 pm #

    Not Fragile polymaths don’t live by or follow the herd.
    They live and lead by the VISION.




  38. Roundball Shaman January 7, 2022 at 1:32 pm #

    “The Party-of-Chaos put on a grand opera of lamentation Thursday to celebrate its unity in victim-hood — we wuz so traumatized by the riot!..”

    Our Nation has degenerated from The Greatest Generation to The Generation of Woe-Is-Me-And-You-Owes-Me.

    January 6th represents our age in a nutshell. Rampant essential fakery and political and media narrative spinning for their own self-interests.

    An ‘insurrection’ that wasn’t. A ‘serious threat to our Democracy’ that wasn’t. (We don’t HAVE a Democracy and this mob exercise in mutual selfie-taking was no threat to anything except good photography). January 6th represents the depravity of mass State corporate media conjuring out of thin air plots and threats and reasons to fear everything and everyone. And the depravity of the once proud Democrat Party that no longer represents real Democrats and has been the victim of a hostile takeover by various villains and malcontents.

    “This is the crisis of a managerial class that has lost its ability to manage anything…”

    WHEN DID the managerial class competently manage anything? Like all those bad bosses we’ve had in our lives that had big egos and didn’t know what the eff they were doing? Like all those ‘great statesmen’ politicians that represent everything and anything but We the People? It would be nice to some day HAVE a managerial class that knew the different between their rear ends and a hole in the ground.

    “…the vaccinations don’t work, and that they are racking up an impressive record of harming people.”

    The ‘impressive record of harming people’ proves that the maiming shots ARE working.

    “… a tsunami that will sweep away the large businesses next. The WalMarts, the automobile industry, the airlines, trucking, Amazon.com, major league sports, the fast-food empires, the oil industry, the mega-banks…”

    This is a Who’s-Who list of everyone who has sold out to a certain Asian nation with a large population with Social Credit scores.

    “But the mass of Americans… might simply be tired of lunacy.”

    Mass numbers of Americans have become ADDICTED TO lunacy. They now crave it like a daily drug fix. And when one is hooked on something, you always have to up the dose to get the high you’re looking for. Not a good sign for the future.

    “Meanwhile, the prudent will save their energy… and make plans for a changed economic landscape that will require all the classical virtues they can muster for creating a life worth living.”

    People will have to relearn a skill: How to think positively. Positivity has been under attack for decades now in The Greatest Nation and some will need to learn how to be positive or will need to learn it for the first time. That long journey that begins with that single step…

    • SW January 7, 2022 at 1:50 pm #

      Or maybe a single cheesy song will do just as well.


      The media, Democrats and other assorted conmen & women are determined to wring every last drop out of the January 6th ‘uprising.” The belief that the “hallowed halls of Congress were violated” is beyond satire. Is this the same building that lobbyists roam freely, writing memos (and checks) that their paid shills vote into law? Nancy P’s desk, a veritable shrine to corruption and incompetence, was sullied? But only by someone’s feet on it rather than the stuff on the sidewalk in her district in SF.

      Instead of tragedy and then farce, we have farce and can look forward to tragedy. People do need to relearn a skill but where are the teachers of these skills? We’ll muddle through and somehow learn how to grow a garden, raise a chicken and make big adjustments.

    • Wizard of the Saddle January 10, 2022 at 8:25 am #

      At some point this Woke Cuktural Revolution must burn itself out. No nation of people can long endure present levels of psychic angst on a daily basis. The center s8mply will not hold. People will give up on all of this manufactured drama out of sheer exhaustion and a yearning to do something more fulfilling with their lives. Only the most demented will persist indefinitely and many of those will eventually eat a bullet or hang themselves to end the pain.

  39. NoLongerHuman January 7, 2022 at 2:07 pm #

    Putting aside blue and red. I commend your clarity Jim

    Many of your followers don’t want to lose the comfort of knowing their enemies, but when self proclaimed libertarian Ted Cruz actually calls the Jan 6th victims of a well orchestrated Psyop Terrorists, you know we are dealing with two sides of the same coin.

    They will unplug the internet next to protect Supply Businesses from a pre-planned cyber exploit. Of course they have an Internet 2.0 for them and all of the commerce of commoners will come to a screeching halt.

    May they be thwarted, crushed and disemboweled

  40. Blackbird January 7, 2022 at 2:10 pm #

    “Covid” isn’t going away. We still have nine “variants” to go until we get to Omega. The game plan has been rolled out for all to see – unless they chose to look away, as most do. There is no rolling it back now. It’s a tempering process: apply the heat, then back off – repeat as necessary. Eventually all (statistically “all”…) will comply.

    We still have the mid-term selections to bugger. And buggered they will be, I’m sure. No in-person voting – the Psi variant is so deadly! The electoral results? Just as everyone hoped – a sweep by transgendered communist pedophiles!

    With Trump out of the picture, “Covid” is the new and improved wedge. The Deplorables have evolved into the Anti-vaxxers.

    The Ho gets “killed by white supremacists”. The Beast is appointed VP. The Big Guy falls victim to “Psi”. President Hildebeast, “Ok you deplorable anti-vaxxers, are you happy now? You just killed one of the greatest patriots that ever lived. You fucksticks are gonna get it now.” “Common Sense Gun Control”. Vaxx Pass. Internet throttled. (Dust off the mimeograph machine Mr. K.)

    And I guess that’s my condensed prediction for 2022. Didn’t wanna steel Mr. K’s thunder last week, so I waited a week to check the trajectory of current events. Our trajectory? Watch the last few minutes of Thelma and Louise.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle January 7, 2022 at 3:29 pm #

      “Hey James, thanks for consistently including optimism in your writings. Even when it may not be completely warranted, it seems as if this predicament would be even worse without hope or any ability to change the paradigm.” ~ TaxDonkey (in threads)

      • Blackbird January 7, 2022 at 3:44 pm #

        Not sure I agree that unwarranted optimism makes anything better. You might feel better, but the situation hasn’t changed. Hope can lead one into not making the appropriate preparations.

        Giving up hope can be as difficult as giving up smoking, but it can be done.

        • got___truth January 7, 2022 at 4:10 pm #

          WHY give up smoking pleasure?
          The doctor reports NO adverse effects!

        • The Man They Call Zazelle January 7, 2022 at 6:41 pm #

          Sure, Blackbird, I was just having a little fun. Of course when dealing with humans, it’s ‘across the board’ and maybe, ‘you can’t win’.

          • Blackbird January 9, 2022 at 1:33 pm #

            Go ahead and have fun (if you must…) Zaz, just try to do it without smoking.

            I wouldn’t worry – too much – about Donkey mistaking you for a gazelle. You know how those quadrupeds are… Actually, yeah, worry a little.

        • TaxDonkey January 8, 2022 at 11:58 am #

          My thoughts were that his writings are likely more popular for mass consumption when sprinkled with optimism. Hope is exactly what compels one to make the appropriate preparations while lack of hope has the opposite effect. A man with no hope will stay in a jail cell for years not realizing that the door is was never locked. Not sure why Gazelle thinks I want therapy, he’s probably projecting.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 9, 2022 at 9:05 am #

            I was just joking with both of you because of the sort of ‘complimentary-juxtapositional’ flavour of each of your comments and in context with what JHK has said before (which I thought was cool and amusing).

            But that aside, and as per JHK’s video-referenced quote, while you might appreciate, and while it might be nice and convenient, cereal with sugar coating already added by the manufacturer, where missing, we can of course also add our own.

            And it’s not like if you were in prison, since you mention that, you’d necessarily have the guards adding it for you or asking if you’d like extra pepper or a garnish of cilantro with your tomato bisque or whatever.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 9, 2022 at 9:10 am #

            BTW, since my moniker is a bit of a slur, adaptive-reuse, tongue-in-cheek and/or social jab in itself, or however we want to call it, slurring a slur is relatively immaterial, if that’s the right word. So, Gazelle? Sounds kind of elegant, but sure, why not? Knock yourself out. See what you can come up with. 😀

          • TaxDonkey January 9, 2022 at 12:29 pm #

            Well, I think most of us are just here attempting to glean some insight into the ‘mindfuckery’ that is upon us. At my former work environment, nobody had the remotest idea about our ‘long emergency’ predicament, QE, peak oil etc…just business as usual. They were all highly functioning scientists, engineers and so on, the brightest among us supposedly. So I looked forward to the Monday morning essays, which in some odd way let me know I wasn’t the only crazy one. Someone else gets it! I guess one could call this a form of therapy.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 9, 2022 at 1:04 pm #

            Fair enough

    • Paula D January 7, 2022 at 3:41 pm #

      Sounds plausible.

    • Wizard of the Saddle January 10, 2022 at 8:28 am #

      I’m a tad more optimistic. I believe Ron DeSantis will be the next president. I must be having a good day.

  41. Paula D January 7, 2022 at 2:13 pm #

    In March 2020 the Mighty Wurlitzer was playing with the stops pulled out, pushing Fear to the max. But I knew no one who died, mostly because I didn’t know anyone in a nursing home in the Dem states.
    Then in Dec 2020, as they rolled out the vaccines, they also rolled out the Scary UK Variant, to push people into taking the jabs.
    Everyone I knew who got covid got it then, but they all recovered within days. But the Fear was intense.
    Then came Delta, during the summer months which are traditionally NOT cold and flu season. It was said to attack children, who were out of school, so had no way to transmit it. But the vaccines were about to be extended to children, so……No one questioned these absurdities. I know people who were holding out on the vaxes, but succumbed to the Fear of Delta.
    So they lied, every time, in order to push their agenda.
    Now they are telling us that there is a new variant, a kinder, gentler virus, that only gives us a runny nose and will make us all immune.
    Ummm, except that for the first time in two years, I know people who are gravely ill, seriously ill, not-getting-better ill.
    Are they lying again?

    • ianw January 7, 2022 at 4:09 pm #

      […] except that for the first time in two years, I know people who are gravely ill, seriously ill, not-getting-better ill.

      Are these unfortunate people unvaccinated?

      • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 10:20 pm #

        Omicron is mainstream media code for ‘vaccine injured’.

        • TaxDonkey January 9, 2022 at 12:35 pm #

          On a positive note, the dreaded ADE doesn’t seem to be manifesting itself with the Omicron. Many of us were wondering if ADE in an of itself was going to precipitate a mass culling. Perhaps humanity might be spared this nightmare, not that the current situation looks good or anything, but just to inject some optimism.

    • anmariwakaranai January 8, 2022 at 3:43 am #

      I know some sickies too. I mean, it is flu season.

      • anmariwakaranai January 8, 2022 at 3:58 am #

        Hope they’ll be ok. Yours too Paula.

  42. Paula D January 7, 2022 at 2:17 pm #

    Russia has been complaining about the US/NATO push to their western borders, the military exercises, the nuclear missiles pointed at them, the Nazis in Ukraine killing people in eastern Ukraine.
    The US has agreed to meet with Russia next Wed, to discuss these issues.
    And so Kazakhstan, to Russia’s south, suddenly explodes with rioting all over the country, police attacked and beheaded, hospitals taken over and doctors killed, thugs roaming the streets, attacking citizens and burning public buildings.
    Cause, you know…..”grievances”.
    Coincidence? I think not.
    I don’t think that Russia is going to allow another Ukraine.

    • BackRowHeckler January 7, 2022 at 4:17 pm #

      No, Russian tanks are rolling into Kazakhstan at this moment. Looks like an entire Armored Division.

    • benr January 7, 2022 at 5:59 pm #

      Why how utterly BLM/ANTIFA sounding!

      • anmariwakaranai January 8, 2022 at 4:05 am #

        Over on the saker they’re calling it another color revolution, by design, like Hong Kong and like those that have destroyed/destabalized half the middle east.
        Contributers to the saker say that Syria was a US operation.
        Have you seen the Novus Ordo city in Khazakastan? Someone posted it earlier, comes complete with a pyramid and a bunch of other masonic architectural symbols.

  43. freedomforever January 7, 2022 at 3:07 pm #

    Globalists are trying to inoculate as many people as possible so that their great reset aka depopulation 2030 plan work. Hospitals in USA are refusing life-saving Ivermectin. Get Ivermectin therapeutic https://ivmcures.com

  44. TaxDonkey January 7, 2022 at 3:13 pm #

    Hey James, thanks for consistently including optimism in your writings. Even when it may not be completely warranted, it seems as if this predicament would be even worse without hope or any ability to change the paradigm.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle January 7, 2022 at 3:34 pm #

      JHK (in older You Tube video):

      “I’m not your therapist.”

  45. The Man They Call Zazelle January 7, 2022 at 3:24 pm #

    CBC Journalist Quits; Admits Network Is ‘Deep State’ Propaganda

    “CBC’s Tara Henley, a longtime and respected mainstream media journalist from Toronto, has resigned from her job with CBC while admitting the network has become infiltrated by Deep State operatives.” ~ Newspunch

    Why I resigned from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

    “In a short period of time, the CBC went from being a trusted source of news to churning out clickbait that reads like a parody of the student press…

    To work at the CBC in the current climate is to embrace cognitive dissonance and to abandon journalistic integrity.

    It is to sign on, enthusiastically, to a radical political agenda that originated on Ivy League campuses in the United States and spread through American social media platforms that monetize outrage and stoke societal divisions. It is to pretend that the ‘woke’ worldview is near universal — even if it is far from popular with those you know, and speak to, and interview, and read.

    To work at the CBC now is to accept the idea that race is the most significant thing about a person, and that some races are more relevant to the public conversation than others. It is, in my newsroom, to fill out racial profile forms for every guest you book; to actively book more people of some races and less of others.

    To work at the CBC is…” ~ Tara Henley (rest of article at Substack)

    • ianw January 7, 2022 at 4:01 pm #

      To work at the CBC now is to accept the idea that race is the most significant thing about a person, and that some races are more relevant to the public conversation than others.

      Hardly surprising – the White Hats have been saying that about black / brown / yellow people for three or four hundred years. Even the resident Nazi here views everything through the prism of race (and of course believes his is a member of the very bestest one).

      • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 4:27 pm #

        Yet James has banned you more than he has banned Jarek.

        Says a lot about your contributions.


        • The Man They Call Zazelle January 7, 2022 at 6:48 pm #

          You mean kicked, yes? If banned, they’d still be gone, yes?

          • Night Owl January 8, 2022 at 4:51 am #

            The user name gets banned, not the IP.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 9, 2022 at 9:14 am #

            Understood, thanks.

        • TaxDonkey January 9, 2022 at 12:35 pm #

          what was he banned for?

      • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 5:39 pm #

        You people say race is nothing and culture is everything – and now you’ve contradicted this fundamental principle in your public policy.

        We say both are important, but talk more about race because it’s been neglected for millenia in the Christian West. We never deny culture or nurture the way you people deny race.

        Now your woke allies are making race everything and you are a dinosaur who doesn’t fit in anywhere.

        • benr January 7, 2022 at 6:07 pm #

          That is true.

          Had an incident with a member of the dark subset wherein he decided to not wait his turn in line.
          Tried having a reasonable conversation with this piece of trash but he got his way and suggested he would be waiting for me outside.
          I suggested nothing would make me day more than to bounce his ugly head off the asphalt.
          Hilarity ensued since this fool had never had a white person call him on his bullshit.
          Typical ghetto trash all talk when he could not sneak up behind me and sucker punch me.
          Plus, the about twenty witnesses to his ever-expanding threats of violence.
          I suggested he was going to meet bad end with his attitude.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 6:24 pm #

            90+% of the time they are just seeing if they can get away with something without pushback… can you blame them? 90+% of the time they get away with it

          • debt January 7, 2022 at 11:46 pm #

            I’m not only tired of people of color; I’m tired of colored people.

            When blacks are outnumbered they don’t act like that.

            Used to live in Berkeley/Oakland area. Now in far more pleasant Santa Cruz county.

            Ain’t never goin’ back there none nohow!

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 9, 2022 at 9:16 am #

            Hey, debt, expand your perspective.

        • ianw January 7, 2022 at 6:26 pm #

          Dinosaurs dominated and proliferated for 165 million years, and would probably still be doing so if a rock hadn’t slammed into the Gulf of Mexico. Mammals would still be size of cats and ferrets, with about the same brains.

          I understand what is going on – that there is something of a big correction occurring, after centuries of oppression of non-white people.

          African-Americans have got into positions of power and influence in all manner of places, from academia, state & local politics, government agencies, the judiciary, media, and law enforcement. Latinx to some serious levels as well.

          They are using that power and influence to the extent that they can. Can you blame them? I also understand why the White Hats resent it and push back whenever they see things “going too far” – which is just about all the time.

          And the White Hats reserve most of their vitriol for those on the white team who go along with this correction behaviour. Also not unexpected.

          I saw some NBC Breakfast News this morning – all four anchorpersons were non-white. Network producers and managers must think this is the Zeitgeist – I must admit I prefer a balanced mix, but I don’t get a say.

          • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 8:08 pm #

            Hahahahaha! Wokie muppet. Even worked in “Latinx” – hey, genius, did you know that doesn’t work with the Spanish language? Latinos don’t like it. But they didn’t have a say. WHITEY decided to call them all that.

            What an imbecile you are.

          • King of Comedy January 7, 2022 at 9:03 pm #

            “centuries of oppression”, lol

            “white team who go along with this correction behaviour”, lol x 2

            I seem to recall those of the darker persuasion doing things like invading and occupying the Iberian peninsula for seven centuries or taking so many Slavic peoples into captivity that the word slave draws its etymology from the practice or bringing the Black plague to Europe. Sounds oppressive to me. In the good old US, the vast disparity of black-on-White crime to White-on-black crime for the last half century at least is a more recent reminder of reality.

            More to the point though, in a world where resources are dwindling and the primordial tribalism of human nature is again taking its natural place on center stage, what will be the place for your ilk, the white eunuchs?

          • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 9:29 pm #

            Mary claimed that in thousands of interactions with Blacks at work, she never experienced any racial animus from them. Needless to say I don’t believe her.

          • ianw January 8, 2022 at 1:04 am #

            Hahahahaha! Wokie muppet. Even worked in “Latinx

            It’s interesting how some are so easily triggered …

            And I did check – and yes – very few Latino/Latina people are enamoured by “Latinx”, but a large number aren’t that keen on the Spanish-centric “Hispanic” either.

            But perhaps untwist your panties over it.

          • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 10:22 pm #

            Jarek, I don’t GAF what you believe.

            I have never had a run-in with a black person at work.

            I’ve had many asshole, narcissistic bosses who were white.

            It is what it is. Deal.

          • Jarek January 8, 2022 at 11:54 pm #

            Blacks like Mary because she’s one of the rare, good whites. Why can’t we be good like Mary?

            Women are life. Men are death.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 9, 2022 at 9:23 am #

            From Resilience website comments:

            “I will not accept being labeled cisgender by anyone.” ~ vera

            “Ah but Vera everyone has to have a label or how shall we know who is to be hated and who not.” ~ “Dave Zoom

            “Bwahaha… and a cheery good night to you too, Dave! :-D” ~ vera

          • Suburban_elk January 9, 2022 at 9:24 am #


            They don’t experience it as “racial animus” they experience it as titillating interaction.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle January 7, 2022 at 8:23 pm #

        Who are the ‘White Hats’?

        Most people, no matter their skin-tone or ethnicity or whatever, get along fine with others.

        As a child, I grew up in a diverse mix of people. Each individual was/is as different to me as I was/am to them. No big deal. And our differences were viewed as ‘cool/fun/interesting/positive’.

        Maybe how to see and get along with people, some adults could get some tips from the children.

        • Suburban_elk January 9, 2022 at 10:04 am #

          Get real. Newsflash: People are tribal. See for example, all history, forever.

          Also, on the more technical analysis as to why ur feel-good formulation is not relevant to our society problems, is that the properties that individual humans have, are different properties than the groups that they comprise.

          The characteristics of groups of humans, are not the same as their individual members.

          The properties of human groups have more influence on the individuals that comprise them, than the other way around, is another way to look at it.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 9, 2022 at 1:23 pm #

            Different people and tribes can and do get along fine. And someone can be so-called white yet be a member of a tribe whose remaining members are all so-called black.

            I’ve never actually met a black or white person, have you?

    • The Man They Call Zazelle January 7, 2022 at 6:46 pm #

      Henley doesn’t appear to be ‘latching onto’ race, if you read the rest of the article. It’s just one detail.
      Besides, was ‘race’ replaced quite some time ago– before ‘woke’– with ‘ethnicity’?

      • Suburban_elk January 9, 2022 at 10:08 am #

        Back before the current insanities, “Race” was used on multiple levels. Most typically on the level of ethny (ethnic group), but on the larger supergroup level, as well. Which is what is used for today, most of the time.

        But a phrase like “the Saxon race” or “the Nordic race” or “the English race” or “the German race” could still be used understood; or maybe not.

        It’s wasn’t dogmatic, what level it was used at; there was some flexibility.

        Now tho, it means the supergroup level, which correspond to the continents; loosely.

        • The Man They Call Zazelle January 9, 2022 at 1:32 pm #


          Did you read my quote between two people at Resilience incidentally?

          Many do seem to love to play fast and loose with categorizations. Remember phrenology? Maybe it will make a comeback, alongside the assorted psychoses/pathologies.

    • spaingaroo January 8, 2022 at 12:30 pm #

      the comment stream on that substack is insane.
      Hundreds of ianw’s

      • The Man They Call Zazelle January 9, 2022 at 9:20 am #

        Go give ’em what for. ‘u^

  46. gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 3:53 pm #

    paula d : “There is no such thing as over-population.”

    is this going to be an ever ascendent mantra on the right now, in the face of the resetters?

    this is going to put me to sleep.

    • Paula D January 7, 2022 at 8:33 pm #

      I can’t tell who says it most. The lefties like to pretend that it’s ”racist” to say there are too many people, but the righties have their whole ”quiver-full” beliefs. I think they’re both nuts.
      I think that many people who grew up in the US, not just me in LA, knows that there is over-population from their own experience.
      Even people that grew up in the country usually have stories of their favorite childhood places now sporting multiple McMansions with two cars in each drive.

      • Anthea January 8, 2022 at 8:39 am #

        I might be mistaken, or maybe just exaggerating, but my impression is that, ex immigration, the US population would have increased very little since 1960 or 1970.

        It wasn’t until well after 2000 that I realized there was a significant amount of immigration, since I never lived anywhere that had a significant immigrant population.

        But even granting a population increase due to immigration, it doesn’t seem to me that increasing population accounts for sprawling suburbs and McMansions spilling over into exurban and rural areas. It doesn’t seem to me to account for all the four-lane highways that, in my childhood, were not much more than cow paths.

        In my area (the greater Kansas City area), the emergence of suburban sprawl can be dated very exactly. Flight to the suburbs began when the Kansas City Public School District was integrated. Most of them fled across the state line to Kansas, since there was a possibility that the KC school district would force the Missouri suburbs to integrate with them–a policy that could not cross a state line.

        I stil can’t see how the city’s white middle-class enclaves of 1960 morphed into hundreds of square miles of suburbia over in Kansas, or why a population that hasn’t increased that much seems to need about a hundred times as much housing.

        Is it because so many families now require separate domiciles for the husband and the wife? Is it because childless couples and empty nesters now require 3,000 square feet of house? On the other hand, young people used to move out on their own at the earliest possible moment. I suspect that most of the population increase in this area came about because people (and their employers) moved here from other parts of the US.

        • Paula D January 8, 2022 at 12:34 pm #

          I read somewhere, (but of course the search engines are now worthless so no point in looking), that the US population would still be 200 million if not for immigration, since the native population of the US was convinced to limit their child production to replacement level starting in the 70s.
          133 million more means more housing needed. But I think part of it was people moving out of the cities to the suburbs as the cities degenerated starting in the 60s.
          In LA there was a lot of SRO housing. One room with a Murphy bed, a kitchenette and a small bathroom. (In the older ones the bathroom was down the hall, shared by everyone on the floor).
          I’m pretty sure there was equivalent cheap housing in every city.
          They tore all those down with ”urban renewal”. So where did those people paying $50/month rent go?
          They moved out, spreading out into the suburbs, but eventually being pushed onto the streets,

          • Paula D January 8, 2022 at 12:36 pm #

            Oh, and there were also a lot of trailer parks, with smaller than singlewide trailers, also torn down.
            And seedy motels who rented rooms by the week or month.

          • malthuss January 8, 2022 at 1:56 pm #

            What happened is >

            Immigration [including chain migration]
            anchor babies

            and abortion being legal.

          • Socrates-Detroit January 9, 2022 at 5:21 pm #

            Absent immigration, my perception is the native-born American birthrate was between replacement (1.6 to 1.7 children) and two kids. So that’s pretty steady.

            Immigrants tend to have more kids.

            But, in my admittedly limited world, here is what I have seen:

            In the 1960s, it was not uncommon for families with 3, 4, or even 5 kids to live in a 3-bedroom, 1100 sf house, in the US, and to be pleased about it–middle class, good job.

            In the 1970s and 80s, families got smaller, and houses got bigger–the house and the lot, but you still had the parents and 1 to 3 kids.

            Starting in the 1990s, we had the McMansions. Good farmland, ruined, by 3000-4000 sf behemoths, for two parents, and….1 infant. Maybe two.

            That’s not sustainable.

            Similar trend with vacation homes, resulting in overbuilt rural areas. That’s in the USA. The scale is smaller, but I’ve seen similar trends in Greece–where resources like land and fuel are much more expensive, and money and credit are much more scarce.

            But if one thinks that the Global Reset is about “saving the planet”, one is very naive. It is about using the above as a pretext to take over. The people on top encouraged and enabled the excess consumption that they now blame for global warming.

  47. Shrubrake January 7, 2022 at 4:04 pm #

    Jim, I wish I could share your faith that the bad guys will face prosecution. But those “bloodhounds of justice” you mentioned will not be making an appearance.

  48. neurodoc January 7, 2022 at 4:15 pm #

    “These are the questions that will matter going forward….”

    As usual, another articulate blog by JHK, and one that is rather optimistic IMO. What was left out, IMO, is a set of skills I learned about as a young ER doctor moonlighting during residency and fellowship. I worked in ERs in small towns in the midwest, and I saw an incredible level of violence, including gun shot wounds, stabbings, beatings, and rapes.

    What I learned is that human beings are violent when stressed. Obviously there are differences between individuals’ stress tolerances and trigger levels. But, when sufficiently stressed many, if not most, people have the ability to become violent.

    My view of what JHK is talking about is the transition from this society to the next society, WMBH (probably a better place). Agreed that we see the failure of decentralization and BIGness everywhere, and I agree that we’ll eventually evolve to smallness in communities, business, medicine, etc., as the financial system and the energy system collapse. BUT, in the interim, people are going to stressed out to the max; their world views will be smashed and their sources of self esteem, i.e. money, possessions, vocations, may be jerked away from them. They may be hungry and unable to feed families. They will be angry beyond anything seen before, and will do whatever it takes to feed their families, And that means violence toward those who have what they want or need. Not to mention the huge number of gangs (check out the FBI periodic gang reports) that are rampant even in small towns and rural counties throughout the US, and in virtual control in the big cities.

    So, another set of questions going forward is as follows: Do you own a variety of firearms to protect your family for various threat scenarios? Do you have sufficient ammo for each firearm? Do you have training in the safe use of said firearms? Do you have the psychological fortitude to take another’s life when you or your family is threatened with deadly force? Just say’in.

    • neurodoc January 7, 2022 at 4:17 pm #

      I meant to write “failure of centralization”, not decentralization. Sorry.

    • elysianfield January 8, 2022 at 12:39 pm #

      “, in the interim, people are going to stressed out to the max; their world views will be smashed and their sources of self esteem, i.e. money, possessions, vocations, may be jerked away from them. They may be hungry and unable to feed families. They will be angry beyond anything seen before, and will do whatever it takes to feed their families, And that means violence toward those who have what they want or need. Not to mention the huge number of gangs (check out the FBI periodic gang reports) that are rampant even in small towns and rural counties throughout the US, and in virtual control in the big cities.

      …Yeah…what he said….

    • elysianfield January 8, 2022 at 12:41 pm #

      “Do you own a variety of firearms to protect your family for various threat scenarios? Do you have sufficient ammo for each firearm? Do you have training in the safe use of said firearms? Do you have the psychological fortitude to take another’s life when you or your family is threatened with deadly force? Just say’in.”

      …Yeah (just answerin’).

    • Suburban_elk January 9, 2022 at 10:15 am #

      Your post makes sense.

      Even more important than owning guns and ammo, is being able to network with the neighbors. No one alone in his house, is in a good position against an armed gang that has back-up.

      The time for networking with neighbors, is now.

  49. Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 4:19 pm #

    Read this. The Supreme Court itself is at least half full of absolute idiots.


    WTF is this? LOL

    • malthuss January 7, 2022 at 6:14 pm #

      How many Catholics? How many Christians? Jews?
      Breakdown? %?

    • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 8:05 pm #

      They did their ‘research’ at The Guardian, MSDNC and CNN.

      Just like my sister.

      • Night Owl January 8, 2022 at 7:05 am #

        Sotomayor’s arguments are particularly laughable. “Why can a corporation not mandate a vaccine if it can mandate handwashing.”

        The person who uttered this is a US Supreme Court justice.

        Excuse me, while I crack open a cold Brawndo.

        • MaryQueen January 8, 2022 at 10:24 pm #


          She studied the Wokie Hand Manual.

          Pukeworthy, and incredibly laughable.

    • got___truth January 7, 2022 at 10:08 pm #

      Too bad they are not useful.

  50. BackRowHeckler January 7, 2022 at 4:21 pm #

    I’m keeping track of the EV Revolution.

    2022 Chevy Silverado Electric:

    Weight: 9000 lbs.

    Range: 300 miles

    MSRP: $105,000

    It’s a beast!

    • Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 4:28 pm #

      “Progress,” my man.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle January 7, 2022 at 7:01 pm #

      For the planet that has everything.

  51. Night Owl January 7, 2022 at 5:00 pm #

    “23 year old power lifter double-vaccinated, no underlying conditions, dead.

    So very, very unlucky Denkendes Gesicht

    ‘The young powerlifter and science graduate was double vaccinated and did not have any underlying health conditions when he tested positive for COVID-19.’ twitter.com/skynewsaust/st…”


    • malthuss January 7, 2022 at 6:15 pm #

      I know someone w relatives in Israel. He insists 3 of the relatives died soon after taking the medicine.

    • BackRowHeckler January 7, 2022 at 6:43 pm #

      Healthy young athletes dropping dead everywhere. At the end of last thread I mentioned a 16 year old varsity hockey player from Greenwich, Ct who died on the ice, in the middle of a match. Local media is warning us not to draw any conclusions from this untimely and tragic death.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle January 7, 2022 at 8:27 pm #

        One question is, were athletes dropping dead before and we just didn’t notice or are the current ones statistically/comparatively significant?

        • Paula D January 7, 2022 at 8:38 pm #

          That’s the line. “Young athletes have always dropped dead during games. Sometimes two at a time”.
          Also “Children have always had heart attacks and strokes.”

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 7, 2022 at 10:17 pm #

            What were the statistics before?

          • MaryQueen January 9, 2022 at 12:54 pm #

            The statistics before were, kids don’t get heart attacks and strokes.

        • Jarek January 7, 2022 at 9:32 pm #

          If they had only been wearing their White Hats, this wouldn’t have happened.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 7, 2022 at 9:52 pm #


      • malthuss January 8, 2022 at 1:57 pm #

        and your handy man died.

      • Night Owl January 8, 2022 at 3:51 pm #

        Yep. Another soccer pro down.


        Warning, video is not for the faint of heart.

    • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 8:04 pm #

      They know they are killing children. They don’t care. They even have the children’s parents on board most of the time. “For the greater good.” Killing their own kids.


  52. mitchellc January 7, 2022 at 6:02 pm #

    I know this may seem repetitious, but to fully understand our current situation requires embracing a ranchers POV.

    If you can view the teeming billions not as individual agents possessing free will, but rather a burdensome and challenging management problem, it will help you understand what is actually occurring in the world today.

    I’ve long said you need an iq of maybe 110+- to understand what jim is writing about, and perhaps 125 or so to be fully fluent to the level of either planning and/or deconstruction.

    This range represents at most less than 5%, so 95% represents the targeted victims of manipulation. From the predators perspective, why should they be given a break. Why do they deserve any respect or recognition? Just because they were born a meat robot?

    The 5% then either become natural pragmatic allies involved in the con, or the misguided opposition insisting on singing kumbaya while sitting in a circle lightly holding hands.

    Once you can see the world in this way, then it becomes a trivial exercise to game play how everything is going down.

    The bottom line is that nukes will inevitably be used as the resource conflicts become more pronounced. The only really feasible way of mitigating this threat is via controlling volume and rate. That is, numbers of people and per capita consumption.

    Humane genocide combined with newer, more malleable and less demanding populations are the way forward for those clearly thinking about looming shortages, mayhem and nuclear conflagration.

    • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 6:13 pm #

      nukes. will most likely require a functioning nation-state government with an interest in fighting for its population.

      i see governments losing interest in their own populations… what would you be bombing another nation state for? When you could just let your own population go to hell, no nukes involved.

      support some of your constant mantras por favor?

      • gustafson.robert.22 January 7, 2022 at 6:38 pm #

        ok, i guess your saying active population reduction to reduce pressure and likelihood of nuclear wars.

        maybe my snark there was a lil misplaced

        but i see governments basically devolving more quickly, to the point that they are incapable of acting forcefully either towards their own populations or outwardly in nuclear war. just fluttering, folding and withering… a third way

      • BackRowHeckler January 7, 2022 at 6:47 pm #

        And who will maintain the nuclear arsenal — 10,000 warheads in Russia and the USA alone — when technicians no longer show up for work? (Either because they are too sick, or they no longer exist)

        • Islander January 7, 2022 at 7:00 pm #

          Or they have been fired for not taking the jab.

        • TaxDonkey January 7, 2022 at 7:20 pm #

          who will maintain the nuclear power plants, who will maintain all the skyscrapers, who will maintain the supply lines for all the soldiers stuck in military bases all over the world, who will maintain the scale of this economy….?

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 7, 2022 at 7:49 pm #

            Our leaders of course. ‘u^

    • Disaffected January 7, 2022 at 7:26 pm #

      I wouldn’t say nukes are “inevitable” per se, but there’s a pretty damn good chance they will be used to some extent sooner or later. And not necessarily against other nations either. I’ve long suspected they’d be used in false flag attacks on American cities first as a pretext for letting them fly elsewhere. Matter of fact, I fully expect that. And what’y’a know? We’re in another shittin’ match with Russia and China as we speak. You heard it here first. Of course once we cross that line all bets will be off, as any pretext of returning to normal economic or social activity in the aftermath would be long gone forever.

      Wild, wild west motherf***ers!

      • Paula D January 7, 2022 at 8:41 pm #

        Remember when Cheney was president and a USAF jet ”accidentally” loaded nuclear weapons at Minot and then accidentally flew to Barksdale, and then they noticed that one of them had accidentally gone missing?
        I have expected that gun to go off in the second act for a while.
        I guess they’re waiting for the 5th act or something.

        • MaryQueen January 7, 2022 at 9:11 pm #

          OH right yes I remember that now! Too many things to keep track of. These people aren’t even sneaky. I guess they don’t have to be. Yeah, I wonder where that one will end up detonating.