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The world is waiting to know: will “Joe Biden” bomb Guatemala back to the stone age for sending incursions of its (very fine) people across America’s southern border? All of a sudden borders are sacred again, you know. Of course, there’s that old problem Colin Powell used to raise back in the Iraq War days of you break it, you own it. But, hey, don’t we already own Guatemala? And isn’t it already sort of broken?

Well, you can own a dog, say, a pitiful, broke-down, half-lame, scrofulous, rheumy-eyed, junkyard kind of old dog, and that doesn’t stop the dog from taking a dump on the neighbor’s property across the street. Anyway, the only thing Guatemala is dumping in Texas and Arizona is new voters, and that just means more democracy for us — a “win-win” as they say in the cabinet room! (Though, Yamiche Alcindor might still want to ask “JB” at the next presser if he would risk the US supply of bananas. We’re having enough trouble getting auto parts, fer chrissake.) Such are the quandaries of US foreign policy.

Then there’s this Shangri-La called Ukraine. Can anyone find it on the map? It’s nowheres around here. Let’s face it: Ukraine is not sending us any new voters or bananas. What good are they? You might argue: they exported the Vindman twins to America (win-win); they supported Hunter Biden’s cocaine habit for six or seven years and paid the mortgage on The Big Guy’s beach house. So, maybe we do owe them.

But then, it’s said that Russia is lurking on Ukraine’s border like a hungry bear at the edge of a sheep pasture, licking its chops, fork and knife in its fisted paws, napkin tied around its throat, visions of mutton-filled perogies dancing in its head. The whole DC foreign policy establishment says we should take a few potshots at that bear, teach it a lesson. I say, just throw Guatemala over the fence, let the bear chew on that, including a few bananas for dessert. There it is: problem solved.

Another possibility, which the “Joe Biden” admin seems to favor a little, is World War Three. We couldn’t lose that, could we? Well, at worst it would be a “lose-lose” so at least nobody else would win. Would the US be any worse off without New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and a few more population centers teeming with homeless junkies? (Who rarely show up at the polls to vote, by the way… and if you asked, could they even tell you who’s running for president?) World War Three begins to look like our silver linings playbook. London, Paris, and Berlin are not our problem, to be blunt about it. Even as you read this, “Joe Biden” is striving to explain his thoughts on these vexing matters, but he’s talking out of his ass so much it’s hard to tell whether he is setting forth actual policy or just breaking wind.

Isn’t it refreshing to not have to lede with Covid-19? It looks like “Joe Biden’s” effort to change the channel is working. Even so, there is some interesting Covid-19 news, like: the whole endless, heartbreaking, demoralizing episode is winding down. Whoa! That’s a shock! What will Western Civ do without it? In the UK, Boris Johnson put a stop to all restrictions, mask mandates, and vaxx passports, just like that (snap) on Wednesday. Then France announced it would lift most Covid-19 restrictions in February, which is a little more than a week from now, for those of you who haven’t mastered the new maff. Then, on Thursday, Austria’s parliament voted to approve mandatory vaccinations for everybody in the country — say, what? — leading the casual observer to wonder whether half of everybody in that country is maybe super pissed-off at their government, seeing how France and the UK are going the opposite way.

Let’s be honest: it’s getting laughable to seriously advocate vaxxing up a whole goshdarn population when it’s perfectly obvious now that the vaxxes don’t work and are making a lot of people sick with everything that can go wrong in a human body, plus Covid-19. Are nations such as Austria and Germany not looking plumb insane now? Can the European Union endure such wildly contradictory policy among its member states, and not make itself ridiculous? Let’s just say, the situation in Europe is in flux and events are moving fast.

Here in our exceptional nation, it is lately discovered — to the chagrin of the elite managerial classes — that The Science personified by Dr. Anthony Fauci is not medical science after all but rather political science.  Ah! I see now why so much confusion has been sown over Dr. Fauci’s management of the Covid-19 pandemic. If he actually represented medical science, he might not have killed several hundred thousand people in this country by withholding and suppressing effective treatments and promoting deadly vaccines. He might not have disgraced the entire medical establishment and half-wrecked the system it works in. But, to paraphrase another eminent political scientist of yore, Josef Stalin, while one death is a tragedy, a half-million is a mere statistic. There’s science anyone can understand!


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  1. GrimReaper January 21, 2022 at 10:04 am #

    The Globalists have gone from…….

    COVID! COVID! COVID!
    to
    VACCINES! VACCINES! VACCINES!
    to
    RUSSIA! RUSSIA! RUSSIA!

    The Soviets killed 2.74 million German soldiers from 1941 to 1944. Biden needs a history lesson as well as a diaper change.

    • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 10:33 am #

      Top end estimates of total casualties on the Eastern Front in WW2 are about 40 million.

      What could possibly go wrong with continuing to poke the Russian bear?

      • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 10:45 am #

        We’ve backed them into a corner. Putin knows that. They have to fight – and they will.

        • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2022 at 1:04 pm #

          Except for the Cold War period Russia and the USA have always been on friendly terms. Russia recognized the USA as an independent nation early on, one of the first countries to do so. Also, during the American Civil War, Russia was a steadfast supporter of the Union. During WW1 New England gun manufacturers Remington, Winchester and Stevens filled contracts for hundred of thousands of rifles for the Czar.

          Two things I can’t understand. One, why would the West push NATO right up against Russia’s borders after the Cold War was over? It seems like an unnecessary provocation. The second thing is why did the Democrats drag Russia and Putin into their Collusion Hoax in their attempt to discredit Trump, and why were they so vociferous about it? Couldn’t they come up with some other lie, one that wouldn’t antagonize a country that possessed 5000 nuclear warheads, many of them pointed in our direction?

          • Billy Hill January 21, 2022 at 1:34 pm #

            Some of us haven’t forgotten Russia’s allegiance during the War of Northern Aggression. Time for some payback!

            Jesting, of course, save for the War of Northern Aggression part.

            Comment of the week seen on antiwar.com:

            War is God’s way of teaching Americans geography.

          • draupnir January 21, 2022 at 2:24 pm #

            There’s no doubt those running dogs of the deep state need a war, particularly with the covid narrative falling apart, but Russia has warned that they will never again permit an invassion on their land and will go right to the nuclear option. I hope that there are cooler heads in the military to restrain them. Otherwise, I hope that the first bomb will be launched at DC from a submarine near the coast, so those bastards don’t get the chance to flee.

            The timing appears to be quite urgent. Putin will be guest of honor at the Olympics coming up in China. It is expected that he and Xi will be signing some sort of treaty of friendship and mutual defense. That might give even those mad dogs pause. On the other hand, I suspect that the Democrats are willing to kill us all to retain power.

          • KeithKanuck January 21, 2022 at 3:21 pm #

            Putin put a stop to the pillage of Russia by the West. Russia is twice the land mass of North America. Europe needs those resources. I seem to recall reading that the Ukraine is the breadbasket of Europe. Desperate times. The Ruling Class does not want to downsize themselves.

          • Q. Shtik January 21, 2022 at 4:08 pm #

            I seem to recall reading that the Ukraine is the breadbasket of Europe. – KKanuck

          • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 7:03 pm #

            Why? Because Russia is the new Germany. A strong White nation? That is too evil to contemplate, much less be allowed to exist.

          • BackRowHeckler January 22, 2022 at 9:04 am #

            John Kerry — Captain Planet — has stated many times that Climate Change is our greatest enemy.

            Kerry is keeping an eye on the international situation and the Climate from his 80 ft. Motor Yacht in the Caribbean. It’s tough duty but someone has to do it.

          • UN OUT OF USA January 22, 2022 at 11:00 am #

            Wasn’t Russia also one of the first countries to go around the USD in trading for oil? Other countries soon followed. Remember what we did to both Iraq and Libya when they had the temerity to do the same? The central bankers can’t let that happen again!

          • benr January 22, 2022 at 11:18 am #

            Russia is not part of the Central bankster schemes.
            They have their own oil to sell.
            The RAND corporation said some twenty years ago that America needed to get into a war with a country that could actually fight back for the real good weapons contracts to start pouring in.

          • Bilejones January 22, 2022 at 5:33 pm #

            It’s funny how few people remember the US Marines trying to overthrow the new government of Russia in about 1917.

            The US has been fucking around globally forever.

        • abbybwood January 21, 2022 at 3:48 pm #

          Since “Joe Biden” and the Dems are so into democracy and “fair elections”, why not just propose that all the Russian speaking Ukrainians in Eastern Ukraine just VOTE on whether they would like to stay with Ukraine or go with Russia?

          Many Russian speakers in Eastern Ukraine travel to Russia to work.

          They had a vote in Crimea that was quick and very transparent where about 90% voted to join Russia.

          If Biden and the Dems, especially all the hawks like Nuland and Blinken think democracy and voting are so swell, they should be using diplomacy with Zelensky and Putin and call for a fucking VOTE!

          • crudgemudgeon January 21, 2022 at 9:33 pm #

            Excellent points.

          • benr January 22, 2022 at 11:19 am #

            Where would the weapons contracts get filled from then?
            War sells and peace rusts.

          • ThorsHammer January 22, 2022 at 3:11 pm #

            Just Imagine:

            After a fifty year career of servitude and grift, Fake President Biden woke up one day and realized his own mortality. In an attempt to make amends to his Maker he issues a Presidential Directive freeing all the Heartland States from the Empire and allowing them to choose by vote whether to form their own independent Nation or remain as subjects of the Empire.

            And just to demonstrate a level of good will, he orders the Air Force to bomb Washington DC back into the stone age before the vote.

            If you think that is crazy, just review the actual policies of the Biden administration and its handlers.

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      • boarwild January 21, 2022 at 11:49 am #

        Amen. As a long & ongoing student of the Eastern Front what went on there was positively medieval. The Soviets lost 3.5million troops – in the 1st three months alone! Standard Russian tactic were human wave assaults to overwhelm the German line. A fascinating first hand account of what campaignng was like deep in Russia has to be G.H Bidermann’s “In Deadly Combat”; he describes the 11th Army’s drive into the Crimea – facing constant human wave attacks – with the result one of their machine gunners simple broke down, crying he “couldn’t kill anymore”; the Russians were climbing over the piles of their own dead to get at the Germans.

        The Russo-German War of 1941-45 was the most brutal & savage conflict in recorded history where the Geneva Convention was totally ignored. The Western Front was a totally different animal.

        See also “The Forgotten Soldier” by Guy Sajer. An Alsatian of mixed birth he served in the elite Großdeutschland (“Greater Germany”) Division & served four years on the Eastern Front in the infantry.

        It was a “full-on violence” (h/t Bruce Thornton) war, the only thing not used was poison gas.

        • Daddyotis January 21, 2022 at 1:35 pm #

          Thanks Boarwild. These are great references. Also, one might like to read Hellstorm by Thomas Goodrich to see the medieval end result of the Russians pulverizing the Germans at the end. Very disturbing accounts of what real “rape and pillage” look like. Not for the faint of heart.

          • tresho January 21, 2022 at 6:43 pm #

            “Very disturbing accounts of what real “rape and pillage” look like. Not for the faint of heart.” I don’t need detailed accounts, just hum a few notes & I will “get the whole picture”. This happened to me in the 1950s when I saw Hildegard Knef interviewed on TV about how she survived the Soviet conquest of her part of Germany. She talked about sleeping under an overturned bathtub in the ruins, cross-dressing as a German soldier and being treated as a POW by whoever captured her. She got into acting the hard way. The stricken look on her face as she told the story conveyed much more information about her experiences than she ever described.

        • Doc Holliday January 21, 2022 at 1:39 pm #

          Another excellent Eastern Front book written by an ‘in the trench’ solder is “Campaign in Russia”,[The Waffen SS on the Eastern Front], by Leon Degrelle. Great story. Degrelle’s memoirs including his escape to Spain after the Armistice are edifying. Caution: NOT POLITICALLY CORRECT, meaning, you won’t find this in your local library, but who cares. This is a ‘hard to find’ book. I bought the hardcover in 1985. Should be a reprint out there somewhere

          • boarwild January 21, 2022 at 1:50 pm #

            Yes – Leon Degrelle’s “Campaign in Russia” is absolutely terrific! Degrelle was a celebrity in Belgium, being a journalist & sometime politician, & – his reasoning – to assure Belgium had a voice in “the New Europe” he joined the fight against Communism & helped recruit the Walloon Legion to fight on the Eastern Front. Having zero military experience he joined as a private @ age 35 & rose to command the unit which was incorporated into the Waffen SS & became part of the Wiking Division. He was also the highest decorated foreign-born soldier in the Wehrmacht, securing The Knight’s Cross w/Oak Leaves & Swords if memory serves. He passed away a few years ago in Spain.

            Hell of a book!

        • Billy Hill January 21, 2022 at 1:53 pm #

          According to Joseph Farrell, Stalin threatened to use gas if the Germans did not cease and desist their use of fuel-air bombs.

          The Chapter with “The Veteran’s” soliloquy in Sajer’s story ought to be required reading for the idiots running foreign policy and their cheerleaders in right-wing talk radio as well as the Blue State brigades. Specifically — how in war each side has their inspiring slogans but in the end it’s just a bunch of human ciphers fighting for survival.

          Putin realizes he has about a three year window of conventional arms superiority and he will not waste the opportunity.

          • tresho January 21, 2022 at 6:31 pm #

            “According to Joseph Farrell, Stalin threatened to use gas if the Germans did not cease and desist their use of fuel-air bombs.” Please add the missing context. The Germans already had highly effective nerve gas weapons. Why they didn’t use them in WWII is unknown. Most likely they never used their nerve gas because they knew the Allies would respond with similar weapons.

        • Night Owl January 21, 2022 at 2:13 pm #

          Wollt ihr den totalen Krieg?

          • Holzschuh January 27, 2022 at 2:25 pm #

            Sie haben kein Anhung….they have no idea in North America what Total War looks like. In Europe, the wraiths of the past are ever present….over there, the locals had to assemble 1600 young Swabish men who were to be marched off as part of Napoleon”s Grand Armée to Russia. (Less than 300 came home). Everywhere there is the lingering destruction from the Thirty Year”s War. (1600’s) Look up European Peasant Rebellions. I’ve talked to men who escaped Stalingrad. The bombing of Pforzheim…people literally melted in the streets from the Firebombing. The stories from the old women…whole villages in East Prussia hanging themselves as the Russians came. War isn’t some kind of First Person Shooter game. By the way…older Germans I have spoken with see the incineration of Dresden (filled with refugee women and children coming from east) as a war crime, and the Nuremberg Trials as a show trial to cover that up.

        • KeithKanuck January 21, 2022 at 3:26 pm #

          Looking back at WW2, I now realize the intent of Germany was to capture the East not the West. The West was only a threat, in that, they could attack the German flank. The Germans only pretended that they were going to invade England. It was all those resources the Germans wanted in the East.
          Baku was an oil rich region once.

          • boarwild January 21, 2022 at 4:13 pm #

            Keith – not only that but Stalin engineered the whole kit-&-kaboodle; his plan was to embroil Germany in a war with England & France a’la WW1 where attrition would wear Germany down. Then he was going to strike West – going all the way to the English Channel – & unite all of Western Europe under the hammer & sickle. This is why Soviet casualties – 3.5 million in the 1st 3 months – were so heavy; the Red Army was drawn up in burgeoning staging areas all along the Soviet Western frontier. The plan was to attack Germany around Spring of 1942 but Hitler beat him to the punch on June 22, 1941. This book – which received official German Federal Govt endorsement (a very high barrier to get over) – was exhaustingly researched & compiled by their Chief Military Historian Dr. Joachim Hoffman “Stalin’s War of Extermination 1941-1945; Planning, Realization, & Documentation”.

            Also eye-opening is Victor Suvarov’s “The Chief Culprit”; Suvarov was a former Red Army Intelligence Officer who – through his research – came to the very same conclusions as Dr. Hoffman. The collapse of the Soviet Union facilitated all this info coming to light. As you might expect, all the usual suspects have tried to quash all this info.

          • Billy Hill January 21, 2022 at 4:24 pm #

            The Germans intended to annihilate the Russians. It was literally a war for national survival. There is a deep memory of this not fading anytime soon. Somehow the policy makers in D.C. do not understand this psychology.

          • tresho January 21, 2022 at 6:47 pm #

            “It was all those resources the Germans wanted in the East.Baku was an oil rich region once.” When Nazi forces turned back from those oil rich regions, many of the high command realized they were going to lose the entire war. Their defeat was just a matter of time without possession of adequate petro resources.

          • BackRowHeckler January 22, 2022 at 9:08 am #

            Strangely enough, it was France and the UK that declared war on Germany first, not the other way around. At the same time the Soviet Union invaded Poland, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania; nobody objected.

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        Yes and Napoleon’s career went into the dumpster after messing with those folks on their home turf.

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    • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 10:46 am #

      Yes, there always has to be an emergency if not a war. Crisis is the lifeblood of Tyranny. If we were at peace, people would begin to wonder why things are so unfair economically.

      • Disaffected January 21, 2022 at 10:49 am #

        Bingo! Out of the mouths of Jareks!

        • Paula D January 21, 2022 at 2:23 pm #

          “The war is not meant to be won, it is meant to be continuous. Hierarchical society is only possible on the basis of poverty and ignorance. This new version is the past and no different past can ever have existed. In principle the war effort is always planned to keep society on the brink of starvation. The war is waged by the ruling group against its own subjects and its object is not the victory over either Eurasia or East Asia, but to keep the very structure of society intact.”
          George Orwell

          • tresho January 21, 2022 at 6:51 pm #

            “to keep the very structure of society intact.” I for one am sure of this, just looking back at how and why cities were first established. The earliest farming societies were almost immediately preyed upon by vicious but less well organized barbarians and the farmers organized themselves with fortifications that turned into cities. Management of their self defense made hierarchies essential. This also happened in the New World to some extent.

          • Paula D January 21, 2022 at 7:01 pm #

            Well, yes, but Orwell was talking about a different structure, the class structure that keeps our rulers in wealth and power and the rest of us in subjugation to them.
            They have to point at outside enemies to keep us from uniting against them.

      • izzy January 21, 2022 at 1:16 pm #

        No need to wonder; the scam is painfully obvious for most.
        But fixing it by peaceful (legislative) means is no longer possible here.
        Now we all get to watch our inevitable and multi-faceted deconstruction into mayhem.

      • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 1:50 pm #

        Without a war or other emergency,

        Who needs government?

        We often wondered in the hospital that if the entire management just disappeared, would it make any difference? Is management just a tool of the PTB?

        • tresho January 21, 2022 at 6:54 pm #

          ” Is management just a tool of the PTB?” All management systems unfortunately are vulnerable to being taken over by their bureaucrats / rentseekers / etc. That is a given.

        • chimayred January 22, 2022 at 12:18 am #

          MD with nearly 45 years of hospital and practice experience from being a phlebotomist in rinky dink hospitals to a department chief. You are so correct. I guarantee with my life on the line you could easily remove 90% of all hospital administrators and managers – C suite legal risk management, utilization review compliance etc and leave the nurses techs housekeeping central supply docs and physical plant and run more efficiently. At one hospital in maine our CEO took a year sabbatical and no one even noticed. The hospital is a enforcement and compliance
          Arm of the government and payers now. The vast majority of what they do obstructs good care and smooth operations and saps an enormous percentage of the health care dollar. At several small hospitals in maine and northern Mass I believe almost 60% of the employees have nothing to do with patient care.

          • JTinMD January 22, 2022 at 11:07 am #

            Yet another shockingly obvious state of affairs. Our “society” is rife with them. I certainly didn’t need to read your description, chimayred, to know it, but your post here is very much appreciated. Thanks!

    • Socrates-Detroit January 21, 2022 at 10:47 am #

      Russia’s big “crime” is that it is not integrated into the dollar-denominated global financial system. Everything else is just false pretenses.

      If anything, Russia is in the right here. The USA is the aggressor.

      And Russia has the natural resources and military strength to retain its independence.

      Independence is not the same as affluence. The (wrongful) US-led sanctions are crimping—but not crippling—the Russian economy.

      The US tried in the late 1990s to subvert Russia, as Russia was grappling with the big changes of the post-USSR world.

      American arrogance is hastening the day when the BRICS develop an alternate (Chinese-dominated) system which will undermine the current US-dominated. That’s the good news.

      The bad news is that accidents and miscalculations happen. World War 1 was an “accident”. Whatever happens in the future, the US government will be responsible for any fallout.

      • Uncle Bob January 21, 2022 at 12:15 pm #

        They already have a system designed to undermine traditional Western values: Build Back Better. It was developed by the WEF and Big Tech using China’s totalitarian model. Before we know it, we’ll all be slaves to bankers, corporations, and plutocrats, instead of just miserable workers trying to rise up the ladder of success in our jobs and suburban existences.

        • KeithKanuck January 21, 2022 at 11:11 pm #

          I believe the WEF is the continuation of the Club of Rome. The WEF is all about the limits to growth. I accept Climate change as real but it happens later this Century. The real immediate threat is the limits to growth. The WEF is using Climate change agenda to usher in a carbon trading scheme to ration the remaining resources. Those who benefit most will be the ruling class. It always puzzled me that the people who profited off the destruction of the environment when I was a child are now the Climate crusaders. It’s a chess game. This is the only path forward for them(not us). The World population never seemed keen on solutions to delay the limits to growth back in the 70’s and 80’s. They rebranded themselves as Climate change crusaders, but all their proposals seem to deal with resource depletion. I welcome a reduced lifestyle. I’ve always been an environmentalist. Nothing the WEF proposes stops the current nth mass extinction which has gone on these past 150 years.

      • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 2:04 pm #

        The USA “helped” the USSR to break up, and agreed to help their economy recover from the foibles of sustained socialistic oligarchy.

        Then we promptly reneged on the deal. My guess is because we did not have the resources to help, and also too many Cold War warriors.

        They are now firing on all eight again. Ukraine has been used by the US as an irritant, probably at the behest of the warriors. We tell them, free elections, they elect a pro-Russian president, IOW anti- NATO. Uh no, that is not what we want, NATO promotes riots, the duly elected president ends up in Russia, a lackey from NATO is installed. End of story, right?

        Then the “mob” from the US heads there, led by guess who, and corrupts things to no end.

        I would not like Russia establishing a state on our border (what border), we almost nuked them in 1962 over Cuba.

        The biggest Clusterfuck in human history, and we are the proud owners of it.

        Wonder what Russia really wants? Eastern Ukraine as a buffer state with their guy in charge?, Annex it to Russia?

        Russia has no fear right now, they are in the catbird’s seat.

        • tresho January 21, 2022 at 8:08 pm #

          “we almost nuked them in 1962 over Cuba” You left out the extremely important context. The USSR came within a hair’s breadth of nuking the USA in 1962 over Cuba. The highly vaunted US intelligence agencies did not have a clue until 1992. See this for a summary of the story. https://www.onthisday.com/articles/the-man-who-saved-the-world
          Look up Arkhipov on Wikipedia.

      • Paula D January 21, 2022 at 2:31 pm #

        Bam! Russia has natural resources.
        In the 90s, after the US bribed Yeltsin, Kravchuk and Shushkevic to dissolve the USSR (against the will of the vast majority of its citizens) the Harvard boys and other crooks moved in and looted all of the accumulated wealth of the USSR, including the gold reserves of Russia and Ukraine. 12 million Russians died, but you know, some got rich, so ”It was worth it”.
        Putin put a stop to that.
        The US wants that wealth.
        That is what this is about.

        • workingclasshero January 21, 2022 at 4:29 pm #

          Yes Paula, but don’t leave out greater hands-on control of their banking/financial system which is the one of the main points of antipathy for China who continues, wisely, to resist U.S., British and EU pressure for liberalization of their banking system.

          • Paula D January 21, 2022 at 7:03 pm #

            True story. It leaves them vulnerable.

      • tresho January 21, 2022 at 6:57 pm #

        “World War 1 was an “accident”. Whatever happens in the future, the US government will be responsible for any fallout.” The collapse of the USSR was an “accident” as far as the US leadership was concerned. They had no idea this was even possible. Who is “responsible” for Joe Biden being POTUS? Whatever happens in the near future might just as well be identified in advance as an “accident”.

    • Hereward the Woke January 21, 2022 at 10:50 am #

      The Democrats are perfectly happy to let the world burn as long as they hang on to power in November. Expect a whole gaggle of Black Swans from now until November.

      • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 11:08 am #

        In other words I shouldn’t be making any long-term plans.

        Stop prepping, go party!

    • Unperson37854 January 21, 2022 at 11:16 am #

      The withholding of truly safe and effective treatment is the thing everyone should focus on – because there is ZERO rational reason to do so – and any argument about HCQ and Ivermectin being risky and full of unknowns can’t then ignore that the vaccines are even MORE risky and MORE full of unknowns AND less effective when put head-to-head.

      Add to this the ongoing deaths caused by the use of Remdesivir.
      See what Dr Ardis has to say about Remdesivir – they knew it was dangerous, far more dangerous than HCQ and Ivermectin (which no Dr was ever suggesting anyone take in lethal doses anyway), and yet Fauci claimed it too (Remdesivir) was “safe & effective” despite the studies on it saying otherwise and it performing worse than HCQ (in effectiveness). In fact, Remdesivir is still their go-to for treatment today – might as well be a death sentence.

      So between the withholding of truly safe and effective treatments, the prescribing of deadly treatments like Remdesivir, and the pushing of deadly and damaging vaccines (of which we have no idea the long-term consequences on the seemingly unaffected) – how many deaths could’ve been prevented?

      If all these undeniable truths don’t make people realize that this has always been about greed and/or control, I don’t know what will wake people up.

      • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 11:24 am #

        Remdesivir is so bad that some nurses have taken to calling it, “Rundeathisnear.”

        It is their go to because it is on the official CDC/NIH Covid hospital treatment protocol, along with ventilators.

        As long as the hospitals follow the official protocol they get something in the neighborhood of $100k-300k per Covid death.

        It is as if the people running the sickcare system read the novel Coma and went, “Hey, that’s a great idea!”

      • megabeth January 21, 2022 at 11:27 am #

        Trump, with typical common sense, was touting therapeutics quite a bit, especially at first. I almost wish he had not, because of the reaction against everything he uttered by TDS morons in the “press”.

        • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 11:35 am #

          That will be what saves him, if there is ever a tribunal.

          The main difference between his covid policy and Biden’s, other than he thinks the death jabs should be voluntary, is that he immediately pushed for and touted research and early treatment.

          Yes, no matter what he said or did, they found fault and distorted it.

          He even realized that things weren’t going so well, and brought in Dr. Atlas.

          Then he screwed that up by not firing Fauci and Birx. He had plenty of people working against him on that task force though, people he should have been able to trust. Like the vice president, for instance.

          • megabeth January 21, 2022 at 11:59 am #

            No kidding. His crew got so backstabbing, many of them.

            Peter Navarro, in his new book, _In Trump Time_, gives a good insider’s account of Trump’s last year in office and what it was like, dealing with that megalomaniacal gnome, Fauci.

          • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 2:12 pm #

            If we had a truly neutral press, Trump would be recognized as a astute president and touted as the remedy for the idiots installed now.

            However.

        • KeithKanuck January 21, 2022 at 11:22 pm #

          People beneath him probably suggested it to him knowing what the outcome would be? I anticipated that outcome before he even suggested it. Can anyone say, “Sabotage!” There are few players in Conspiracies. Those who are know how to use others as tools.
          If you plant an apple seed in the soil an apple tree will sprout up and grow. Most don’t even know that they are the tools. Messaging today is hid beneath the words. The messages are simple.

        • Mac January 22, 2022 at 8:25 am #

          If Trump had said that eating human flesh was bad for you, the press would have extolled the wonders of cannibalism.

    • chopper January 21, 2022 at 11:22 am #

      We all have our ideas on motives behind stupid policy decisions carried out by puppet Joe and his diverse woke administration. Set such speculation aside as a distraction from the first order of business: how to survive the multiple disasters reasonably anticipated to overwhelm us and our country. We are in a war that will bring terrible consequences at best, and the enemy is here, not over there.

      • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 11:37 am #

        Something that disturbs me is that most of the Republicans seem blithely unaware of how much danger we are in.

        • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 2:13 pm #

          Most of the Republicans are Deep State.

      • Unperson37854 January 21, 2022 at 12:27 pm #

        My only hope, and it’s a long shot, is that the silent majority (if it exists), starts just saying “no” en masse.

        And I mean representatives from every walk of life in every field/profession/service/industry.

        That even in the midst of the insane neomarxist puritans, they (the common sense folk) go about their business ignoring anything the collectivists demand in any setting (stranger, coworker, boss, employee, patron, service or goods supplier) and just go about life as if their insane demands are nothing but the ramblings of lunatics.

        And that because there will be representation in every aspect of life, it won’t be able to be controlled by the collectivists (so, imagine half a police force saying, nah, I’m not going to enforce that, or nah, I’m not going to let Antifa burn down my city).

        And because the collectivists are collectivists, and their greatest fear is being in the out-group versus the in-group, that this simple, but risk-filled peaceful act of defiance will shock the collectivists into realizing they aren’t the majority, and they don’t have the control they think they do.

        And everyone who was afraid of them before (afraid of the collectivists) will find new bravery and support in seeing others defy them and the next thing you know it’ll be 2/3 the population wondering why they ever listened to these lunatics.

        • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 2:44 pm #

          Unperson, that’s a great truth. Non compliance is key. Anywhere from a quarter to a third “just said no” and threw a bucket of sand in the gears, enough to stop the machine.

          Will it be enough next time? There will be a next time. We’ll need to do better than 1/3 or 1/4. They’ll have learned.

          I don’t hear the term “collectivists” often, but come think of it, it does describe the enemy well. Maybe better than “globalists”.

          Good post overall.

          • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 3:13 pm #

            Yes it was very nice.

          • UN OUT OF USA January 22, 2022 at 11:18 am #

            Agreed, noncompliance is key. We need more and more brave souls, like the woman on the AA flight to Europe who refused to mask up and the plane turned around as a result. Its time we made THEIR lives uncomfortable (including all those wusses on the plane with her who got mad at her for making them late!). Just say no!! To all of it. This country wasn’t founded for its citizens to be ordered around by unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats…period!

    • SG-71 January 22, 2022 at 12:26 am #

      More like:

      MITT, THE COLD WAR CALLED…!
      WOMEN IN BINDERS!
      CRIMEA!
      RUSSIA!
      RACIST ORANGE MAN!
      DEPLORABLES!
      *HITHOLE COUNTRIES!
      RUSSIA!
      ORANGE MAN!
      RUSSIA!
      UKRAINE!
      ORANGE MAN!
      RUSSIA!
      COVID!
      INSURRECTION!
      VACCINES!
      RUSSIA!

      They sure are a persistent bunch aren’t they?

      This has all been a cover for Chinese advancement. China literally owns the Democratic Party, and at least Mitch McConnell too. The Asian pivot of 2011 that was promoted was abandoned after Xi took power. Notice that Russia was not a problem in 2012 (damn I hate making Mitt right), but they sure were by 2013/2014… And they have been ever since. Hmm, wonder who took power in 2013? Then crackdown on Uyghers… Hong Kong… next Taiwan…?

      Smokescreen. Diversion. Americans only care about Europe/Europe’s edge territories.

    • socialisthater January 22, 2022 at 5:22 pm #

      Mother Russia under the Communist/Socialists–ever since the Bolshevik Revolution–has pretty much behaved like a prostitute–bedding with whomever would offer her the most. The Soviet Union allied with Germany at the onset of World War II, believing that Germany would likely best Capitalist Western Europe. Stalin made the mistake of trusting his Fascist/Socialist counterpart in Germany (yes, Nazis were Socialists, notwithstanding the denials of that truth by latter day Western Socialists ever since World War II), Adolph Hitler. Hitler, for his part, was an avowed Socialist, but a racist one, who racism overshadowed his often very similar Socialist ideals to those of Stalin. There was also the blatant strategic reality that Hitler’s desire for “living space” and need for abundant natural resources could only be met by conquering the Soviet Union. Unlike the capitalist countries, the economically inefficient, bureaucracy-laden, reparation impoverished German Socialist economy could not produce enough capital for Germany to be able to buy what it needed from other countries. So, they gunned up and took it–or tried to. The Soviet Union, for its part, then bedded–uncomfortably–with the powerful capitalist West because–to do otherwise during the Nazi onslaught–would have assured the Soviet’s ultimate defeat. Who will the Russian slut government bed with next? Likely, Communist China, because the US under Biden offers them little, and allying with Communist China might (but most likely won’t in the long run) keep China from invading Russian from the east–China making such an invasion for the same reasons that Hitler invaded the Soviet Union 80+ years ago. Russia and China might have learned a valuable lesson from World War II–ally at least long enough to kick America’s sorry woke ass to the ground, then figure out how to divide the spoils afterward.

    • Muhammad Faizan January 22, 2022 at 7:00 pm #

      It is expected that he and Xi will be signing some sort of treaty of friendship and mutual defense. That might give even those mad dogs pause. On the other hand, I suspect that the Democrats are willing to kill us all to retain power.
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    • Mike G January 22, 2022 at 9:02 pm #

      Josef Stalin, while one death is a tragedy, a half-million is a mere statistic. There’s science anyone can understand!

  2. NickelthroweR January 21, 2022 at 10:04 am #

    Having the Russians disassemble NATO while simultaneously humiliating the US military would certainly spell the end of the US dollar. It could easily happen given how weak NATO is and the fact that our Tranny army would surrender en masse if the Russians offered free anal bleaching to anyone that surrendered.

    Once the dollar is toast, we’ll have genocide here at home to worry about.

    • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 10:09 am #

      Isn’t that pretty much what Jo Jo Magoo & co. want to do? Take us to global digital currency? So, WWIII is a bloody shortcut to that end, I would guess. Disguising the real long-term goal with death and destruction, blaming it all (as usual) on Russia.

      • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 10:35 am #

        MQ-

        Yes, global digital currency is their desire.

        However, the dummies in charge don’t understand that their technodystopian global surveillance state will require far more energy, resources, and computing power than what we presently have.

        Wrecking the current system will be a one way trip.

        • Disaffected January 21, 2022 at 10:41 am #

          That’s where the population reductions come in. The whole shebang depends first and foremost on fewer peeps to do the consuming.

          • Nigel Tufnel January 21, 2022 at 11:57 am #

            They’ve been working on the de-pop project for a while now. Look at the lumpen proletariat – victims of a slow-kill with junk food, gmo’s, roundup, fragrances in everything – all estrogen mimics and endocrine disruptors.

            So although ‘they’ are now obese and chemically castrated, the puppeteers decided that wasn’t quite quick enough, so they trotted out the Kill Shot…. “Safe and Effective!” Safe for them since they are protected from lawsuits. Effective for their program of population reduction. I’m sure social security admin is already breathing a sigh of relief from all the nursing home deaths.

            Since I know a little about advertising, I have to admire how far they’ve come since the first clunky days of ‘subliminal’. Their study of the human psyche has been so deep and comprehensive that they can now control the masses at will via advertising and social media. They’ve actually got people lined up to willingly get the kill shot! High fives all around in the control room…..

            But as exciting as all this is, the thing I’m trying to figure out regards us…. the holdouts, the outliers, the ‘do not comply’ crowd. What makes us different? I know we’re smarter, but beyond that – what ???
            Is it personality type? Not sure. (I’m INFJ). Did we all somehow get Bullshit antibodies?

          • Disaffected January 21, 2022 at 12:08 pm #

            INTP here. Not sure what it is. I’ve always been a cynic and contrarian, for what it’s worth. Tough job too, as the world is now swimming in so much bullshit. Could it be the second great flood? Not in water this time, but excrement.

          • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 12:11 pm #

            Nigel, this article talks about people who didn’t fall for it:

            Five Ways That People Refused to be Fooled by Lockdown Madness

            https://brownstone.org/articles/five-ways-that-people-refused-to-be-fooled-by-lockdown-madness/

          • Nigel Tufnel January 21, 2022 at 1:20 pm #

            Thanks Beryl and Dis.
            The distrust of .gov began for me long ago. My father was a jazz musician before getting drafted into WW2. Afterwards got an engineering degree and a job at the Oak Ridge DOD plants. A few short years later went in for tests, and came out totally disabled, as the damage was far worse than was apparent. The DOD admitted guilt, and offered compensation, but it was too little, too late. The life of our family was never the same. Death had a seat at our table. He died from it a few years later, and my mother soon afterwards from heartbreak. My father served this country and trusted the government. I do not. It left me an orphan. So, no, I will not take your fucking shot Dr. Fauchi.

          • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 3:00 pm #

            Disaffected, Nigel,

            re depopulation. It’s possible. I don’t know enough, nobody does, all we have is suspicions. I can’t rule it out.

            I believe overpopulation is the #2 problem. #1 is overconsumption.

            The “deciders”, or “thinkers” as mitchell calls them jump into mass murder without even trying to slow down consumption? Murder is a heavy burden, bad karma, a soul killer. I know, they’d laugh at me if they read this, but it’s true. I can’t prove it, I’m not religious, but I know it’s poison.

            And they don’t even make an attempt at JHK’s choo-choo trains, taxing the hell out of non-vital consumption, offering $ for voluntary sterilizations, or just a media campaign to present the problem to the public?

            Something smells bad. That nothing is being done to curb consumption, (except maybe c19 itself, which seems to be on the way out), smells bad whether depop is the plan, or not. There’s much we can’t know.

          • Nigel Tufnel January 21, 2022 at 3:47 pm #

            Hi Rulo,
            I agree that overpopulation is our #1 problem. My problem is their assumption that they should be the ones to decide who lives and who dies.

            I roll my eyes when some people say there is no problem with overpopulation, that we can squeeze many more billions onto our precious fragile planet…. as if humans really are the crown of creation rather than just the expendable tip of the pyramid of life.

            Some say the first verse of Genesis is misunderstood – “In the beginning was the Word”… was not in reference to a written word, but of the sound of a word…. like “Om”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3oItpVa9fs

          • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 4:09 pm #

            Nigel,

            “I agree that overpopulation is our #1 problem. My problem is their assumption that they should be the ones to decide who lives and who dies.”

            Mine too.

          • SG-71 January 22, 2022 at 12:45 am #

            It must also be pointed out that in a hedonistic society, those who want to depopulate do not desire it for the planet’s sake, it’s because they desire to not need to reduce their own consumption.

            They will all get a rude awakening at the lack of stuff for them to consume once they kill all the worker bees.

          • MaryQueen January 23, 2022 at 9:54 am #

            They are absolutely trying to reduce population. They are committing genocide right out in the open. That’s what the vaccine program is.

            That’s why they spray the skies, that’s why they are poisoning us. That’s why Alzheimers is on the rise, cancer has exploded into affecting 1 in 4 people (from 1 in thousands back in the 1970s), why immune disorders that never existed before are commonplace.

            Why people don’t question this more, given it goes on right in front of us, is beyond me.

            Oh and looky here, it’s the manual a Boeing employee found in 1986, laying it all out:

            https://ia800100.us.archive.org/5/items/SilentWeaponsForQuietWarsOriginalDocumentCopy/Silent%20Weapons%20for%20Quiet%20Wars%20Original%20Document%20Copy.pdf

        • Unperson37854 January 21, 2022 at 11:24 am #

          Many of the “globalists” for a lack of better description, are much like the low-level idiots who pine for a socialist utopia – they are disconnected from what it actually takes to make things work in this world.

          Money does not buy you common sense, heck, education does not buy you common sense – and being “informed” on the “news” by the media is akin to voluntarily having your common sense divorced from you.

          My hope is that their hubris, lack of imagination and disconnect from how things actually “get done” or produced, will be their undoing.

          • UN OUT OF USA January 22, 2022 at 11:35 am #

            That and a few (many?) of them being hung from lamp posts.

        • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 11:42 am #

          “Despite repeated misinformation being shared online about the “Great Reset”, this sustainability plan proposed by the World Economic Forum is not a secret plot to end private property or create a totalitarian state.”

          https://twitter.com/ReutersFacts/status/1483911085094748164?s=20

          This is true. It isn’t a secret plot, because we know about it.

          • Unperson37854 January 21, 2022 at 1:09 pm #

            This is just Twitter performing its primary function – exploiting the masses at the behest of one of two parties; the owners and benefactors of Twitter, or the silent special interest partners.

            It sounded similar watching CBS the other week. They were literally telling you that anything questioning the narrative was “misinformation”, and specifically called out some truths as being “proven wrong” so they don’t know why anyone is talking about them, and that people shouldn’t be talking about them. Even though these truths were undeniable, and only through suspension of fantasy could you deny your lying eyes.

            The sad thing is that the person’s house I was watching this at, fully trusted and believed the news “authorities” and their lies.

          • Night Owl January 21, 2022 at 2:16 pm #

            Are you sure that wasn’t penned by the great Poo himself?

          • MaryQueen January 23, 2022 at 9:55 am #

            “These are not the drones you’re looking for”

        • Alzaebo January 21, 2022 at 11:50 am #

          This morning, either on MSNBC Morning Joe or the local Big Commie station in L.A., it was announced that the Treasury is considering the efficiencies of a digitized dollar.

        • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 12:04 pm #

          Great point, one that I have pondered a lot as well.

          So they can’t keep our lights on without blackouts, and they can’t keep us connected to the internet, or many of us, but they are gonna control our every single move and transaction? What, what?

          • Unperson37854 January 21, 2022 at 1:12 pm #

            Imagine a country run by the post office, or the dmv…

            Also, the neomarxist utopian rubes probably think robots will do all the work, and solar energy is free, and magically gets absorbed by magic panels made out of magic materials that aren’t mined or produced…

          • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 1:32 pm #

            Unperson-

            They don’t all believe solar is free, but they are propagating the, “solar electricity is the all-time cheapest electricity ever!” meme everywhere.

            I wonder if that is really true from the point where the first bucketful of key minerals are extracted to the point where the solar-generated electricity enters the LED lightbulb in their homes…

      • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 2:15 pm #

        Mary

        Covid did not work, the vaxx did not work, MAYBE WW3 will work.

        • tresho January 21, 2022 at 7:07 pm #

          “MAYBE WW3 will work.” WW3 ended with the collapse of the USSR. We’ve been in WW4, or maybe WW5 since then. World wars will cease when the “world” is no longer capable of fighting one.

          • BackRowHeckler January 22, 2022 at 8:32 am #

            That’s when we start fighting our neighbors in the next town over.

        • MaryQueen January 23, 2022 at 9:56 am #

          No. They understand wars are not efficient for the level of genocide they desire.

          So the poisoning will continue.

          They’ve even said they are considering poisoning produce. It’s all right out in the open.

  3. MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 10:07 am #

    Well said, James, and thank you.

    Just digging into RFK, Jr’s book and the incredible criminality and damage Dr. Fauci and cohorts have unleashed on this country. It’s unfathomable he’s still holding a position of power (paid more than even the president).

    Everyone needs to read that book. Your last paragraph is but the tip of the iceberg.

    I hope they are not trying to start WWIII but was remains the best distraction from other terror visited on this country for the past 2 years. So it would not surprise me in the least if POTATUS (well, his handlers) go for it.

    • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 10:18 am #

      I must say, Bobby Jr.’s masterwork has made me more inclined to listen to some of his ideas that I formerly considered to be hare-brained and crackpot theories.

      I wish I knew what name he actually goes by these days.

      • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 10:32 am #

        His friends call him Bobby.

        I am only just past the introduction and I’m already steaming mad, even though I already knew about Fauxi.

        If you haven’t, this is a must-see:

        https://www.brasscheck.com/video/aids-faucis-first-fraud/

        • TaxDonkey January 21, 2022 at 11:10 am #

          Keep reading, especially if you’re a prosecuting attorney, there’s some good stuff in there

          • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 12:06 pm #

            My dad was a defense attorney, and I worked in law firms for 15 years, so I do enjoy the law stuff.

            I also had read about NIAID, WHO, CDC and FDA for a long time now from other sources, so I am guessing I’ll only be minimally surprised. Yet I’m always re-shocked, over and over, even though I know what a horror these people are. Just because it’s so incomprehensible that they get away with it right out in the open.

      • Bill of Rights January 21, 2022 at 10:32 am #

        What name he goes by? ? ?

        • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 10:41 am #

          He certainly isn’t called Bobby Jr. to his face.

          A lot of men I know dropped the diminutive of their name upon reaching adulthood.

          • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 12:06 pm #

            Not true for RFK, Jr. I have seen his friends call him Bobby. He seems fine with it.

          • Amman January 24, 2022 at 7:38 am #

            @MaryQueen – I consider him a National treasure. Many do…

        • tresho January 21, 2022 at 8:18 pm #

          Many supporters of his daddy RFK, Sr. called that man “Bobby” and no disrespect was meant.

    • farmgal January 21, 2022 at 11:32 am #

      MQ – so true. Someone may have already posted this link but it describes perfectly my attempt at reading it. I become so angry that I have to put it down for a day or so. And lo and behold, while reading the chapter on the phony H1N1 scare I come across information stating that miscarriages and fetal loss were up something like 11% due to those vaccines. Then it clicked – my daughter had a miscarriage in 2012 after having been required to take the vax by the hospital where she worked.

      I can never take seriously another health scare/pandemic scare after reading this book. Hopefully Satan is licking his chops over Fauci’s arrival and it can’t come to soon as far as I am concerned.

      https://www.clairewolfe.com/blog/2022/01/17/read-this-book-because-youll-hate-it/

      • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 12:08 pm #

        I wonder who else will make connections such as the one you just made?

        It’s so beyond criminal and unconscionable what these monsters have done to generations of Americans and Africans and Indians. We seem to be their biggest supply of lab rats.

        And they’re still at it, with our government’s blessing.

  4. vengeur January 21, 2022 at 10:07 am #

    JHK is a genius. Best social/political commentator of our time.

    • BeeGee January 21, 2022 at 10:17 am #

      Absolutely, at least the most stylish prose:

      “…it’s hard to tell whether he is setting forth actual policy or just breaking wind.”

    • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2022 at 10:21 am #

      Quite suddenly starting yesterday, our local news outlets, after hyping Omicron balls to the wall every day for the past two months, have pivoted, announcing that Omicron cases are in rapid decline and no longer pose an existential threat to ‘viewers like you.’

      What a turnaround. It takes your breath away.

      • Ron Anselmo January 21, 2022 at 10:27 am #

        Yep BRH – breathless, we wait for the next shoe to drop.

        • Disaffected January 21, 2022 at 10:47 am #

          As we continue to descend into our infantile, return to the womb stage, next it will be a worldwide NextGen Cootie infestation. The Cooties are coming!

          • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 11:26 am #

            I figure Billy Gates is spinning up the release of airborne hemorrhagic AIDSbolaburg with a 100% infectivity rate and 90% fatality rate to, “…really get our attention…”

      • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 10:33 am #

        Some didn’t get the memo. Saw a BBC article yesterday headlined that Omicron is rampant in children! And google is still running its little cartoon about vaxx ecstacy.

        • GreenAlba January 21, 2022 at 11:32 am #

          Pfizer and Fauci are hoping to get their product out to the 6-month to 4 years cohort within a month.

          https://www.cnbc.com/2022/01/19/fauci-says-fda-could-authorize-pfizers-covid-vaccine-for-kids-under-5-in-the-next-month.html

          • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 12:09 pm #

            A race to the finish, to finish off the kids.

            Just can’t believe parents subject their children to this horror. Too hard to wrap my head around.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 21, 2022 at 1:25 pm #

            But wrap we must.

          • Cactus Girl January 21, 2022 at 1:37 pm #

            @MaryQueen: My bf has a coworker friend with 10 y/o boy. They were good friends until last year, when my bf refused to get the clotshot, and also refused to go along with the whole BLM/ANTIFA bullshit that was going on.

            The vax almost killed her—she was deathly ill for a week. But, as soon as it was “legal”, she had her kid (a wonderful, super-smart little boy) vaxxed. She and her husband are both triple-vaxxed.

            They ALL caught Covid this month.

            “Thank God we were all vaxxed!” she declared, “Or we could have died!”

          • Night Owl January 21, 2022 at 2:20 pm #

            Cactus, I think a lot of the people uttering such idiotic phrases are living quiet meaningless (to them) lives.

            They love the brief attention they receive when telling everyone they had the Coroneau and that they would have died (!) had it not been for the swill.

            When I get down about my own problems, I remember that I have never come close to being like that. 🙂

          • tresho January 21, 2022 at 7:10 pm #

            ” the 6-month to 4 years cohort within a month.” How are the elements of the UK doing on that issue?

          • GreenAlba January 22, 2022 at 6:24 am #

            tresho

            It’s ‘only’ 11-15-year-olds here, as far as I know. The JCVI (Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation) has previously advised caution in relation to ‘vaccinating’ children, but I don’t know if their purpose is just to make it sound as if they care, before Chris Whitty goes ahead and approves it.

          • MaryQueen January 23, 2022 at 10:02 am #

            @Cactus Girl, ugh. I agree with Night Owl. These people have nothing now but covid19 in their sad little lives. They live for the thrill of fear, maybe it’s the adrenalin rush. They get all pumped up in self-righteousness just like any other cult victim would.

            And they will sacrifice their own children and believe they are doing something noble.

            Sick as it gets. That’s why I refer to them as the Covid Death Cult.

      • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 10:35 am #

        What are those damn snout-masks for, then?
        As if *President Biden weren’t mentally impaired enough, now they are giving him hypoxia.

        As if on cue, millions of schoolchildren have been forced into those things. Just when it has been admitted hat those silly rags and dust masks don’t do a thing.

        The people acknowledging that the face-diapers don’t work aren’t being asked about why they ever claimed otherwise.

        They are getting away with giving the impression that this particular strain of virus evades a cloth mask.

        BTW, the N-95s and K-95s they are touting now, do not and cannot have any effect on a virus.

        The manufacturer says so.

        https://assets.rebelmouse.io/eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJpbWFnZSI6Imh0dHBzOi8vYXNzZXRzLnJibC5tcy8yODg2ODk1Ny9vcmlnaW4ucG5nIiwiZXhwaXJlc19hdCI6MTY4MjU1NTg5MX0.A8nr6qJkmRdYrBEaxFXaM-7C-SmUkoZogo0YbftBcdI/img.png?width=980

        The link in case the picture doesn’t post:

        https://www.theblaze.com/op-ed/horowitz-the-danger-of-the-momentum-behind-n95-respirators

        • Disaffected January 21, 2022 at 10:39 am #

          But these are MAGIC masks! You just have to believe that they’ll work and they will.

          • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 10:43 am #

            I believe they work at giving a generation of American kids brain damage due to oxygen deprivation.

            I never knew there were so many women with no maternal instinct whatsoever.

          • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 10:52 am #

            What’s his face, the kid everyone hates from the Florida shooting, said he wasn’t giving his mask up. It helps you know who is who.

            Some people dearly love all of this stuff. I knew how bad humanity was, but even I’ve been amazed in a visceral kind of way. It’s one thing to know and another to see it and have to deal with it.

          • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 10:59 am #

            Beryl-

            There are many, many parents in the USSA that view their children as nothing more than a lifestyle accessory, an impediment to their lifestyle, or as a mere checkbox on their bucket list.

            I think the current hysteria has exposed how widespread those attitudes are.

          • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 12:10 pm #

            RFK, Jr.’s book claims the IQs of kids have gone down 6 points. And that was before the plandemic. Imagine now.

          • messianicdruid January 21, 2022 at 1:00 pm #

            “Without understanding, covenantbreakers, without natural affection, implacable, unmerciful”

            This phrase “without natural affection” is the translation of one Greek word, astergeo. Also @ 2Tim3:1-5

          • Alzaebo January 21, 2022 at 1:12 pm #

            I agree with messianic- not merely a loss of IQ (capacity), but of something taking over the partition space, or rewiring the processors.

            I fail you because I can’t provide valid measurement yet. This is indeed a race against time.

          • MaryQueen January 23, 2022 at 10:03 am #

            @Beryl, yes, I have seen a report where IQ points in kids have dropped 6 percent .

      • AKlein January 21, 2022 at 10:36 am #

        That’s the beauty of just making shit up to suit your objectives at the time; you can turn on a dime. All you need to do to make this scheme (better, “shtick”) work in practice is not hold anybody on your “team” accountable for anything, especially the coaches.

        • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 10:54 am #

          As they turn to run, now we must pursue. The hunters must be become the hunted.

          If they are left in peace, they will attack again just as Gates has promised.

          • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 12:11 pm #

            I agree completely.

            We let these fuckers off the hook, they will return to do worse.

          • oroyrodajes January 21, 2022 at 12:16 pm #

            Yes, Jarek. They’ll be back unless we deliver visible justice.

            We need more truth. And then act on it.

          • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 12:42 pm #

            Actually come to think of it, I like a meme Mary had better: The Ratchet. They aren’t running at all. They are standing still. And when they are attack again, they will attack from exactly the place they left off, one of great power and tyranny over us.

            We have to make them run and keep them on the run with investigations, law suits, Senate hearings and hopefully at some point – trials.

          • Unperson37854 January 21, 2022 at 1:17 pm #

            -Jarek

            You are correct, because think about the psychology behind it all – there have ben no consequences to their criminal actions, since before the pandemic. They are above the same laws they abuse against the people – and the only reason it has been allowed to happen is because nobody has held them accountable. And then a whole self-insulating system that can protect itself from accountability grows out of that.

            If things aren’t held accountable, if the natural consequences to your actions aren’t allowed to transpire, then you have tyranny.

      • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 10:36 am #

        BRH-

        Even Governor Hoch-ghoul has stated, “…things look much brighter.”

        NY state has also dropped contact tracing because it was ineffective.

        Perhaps they also realized that one needs actual Germans to staff one’s resurrected Stasi….

        • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 11:14 am #

          Things look much brighter= Boris gave it up, I’d better get off the bandwagon while the getting is good.

          The Germans do seem to have a knack.

          • SW January 21, 2022 at 4:43 pm #

            Get a load of this nonsense:

            German health minister Karl Lauterbach: “Nobody gets vaccinated against their will. Even the obligation to vaccinate leads to the result that one ends up being vaccinated voluntarily.”

            I wonder what his campaign platform was? “War is peace, hell is heaven, a lie is truth”?

          • Night Owl January 21, 2022 at 5:18 pm #

            Klabusterbach is mentally ill.

            I am actually enjoying him melt down in the face of the protests.

            Reminds me of the handful of true believers that get raked over the coals on CFN every week.

            Much spittle will continue to fly until we hit the Untergang and Klabusterbach, the Warburg Criminal, and Ms. Futterfreiheit are near suicide.

      • Unperson37854 January 21, 2022 at 11:49 am #

        And yet, their masses, the sheep are still bought into the omnipresent (pun intended) threat – and are calling for “Death to Starbucks” for the crime of NOT forcing their employees to get the jab.

        So you have these two conflicting parallel realities unfolding, where entire countries are dropping their restrictions on one hand, and entire countries cracking down even more on the other.

        This will lead to the same kind of cognitive dissonance we saw coming out of the 2016 election – they (the MSM) will have to try and reconcile why this dichotomy exists – and you can bet your asses they won’t blame themselves.

        To the hardline covidians, IF they really believe what they believe, and their belief DOESN’T just come from a tribal mob-mentality place of control, then wouldn’t the UK opening up mean the while world is doomed to die from covid? And not just the UK, but other countries following suit? Or entire states like baby-killing Florida? Shouldn’t the ensuing data coming out of those places reflect the daily dire warnings of the MSM?

        I’ll be curious to see what the excuse or distraction becomes when the threat-level that’s been engrained into the covidians doesn’t come to fruition.

        • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 12:31 pm #

          I have a friend who just went down to Florida. He thinks DeSantis is a moron, masks “work”, and people who don’t get vaccinated are selfish.

          Maybe I should say he’s a former friend?

          Anyway DeSantis vaccinated every bit as much as anybody else, so it’s only being able to go places without a mask that’s different.

          I don’t know if he’ll be wearing his, but I’m expecting he will come back with the coof.

          They all castigate DeSantis, then they go to Florida anyway.

          • malthuss January 21, 2022 at 2:00 pm #

            Yes, lots of libs are snow birds.
            say one thing, do another.

          • socialisthater January 22, 2022 at 6:23 pm #

            Sort of like leftist environmentalist who flies halfway across the country in a private jet, then rents a 12 mpg luxury SUV to drive another 250 miles to ride his mountain bike in a taxpayer-maintained National Forest, then castigates a blue-collar local for riding his ATV 10 miles from his home on his one day off per week, telling him that he’s not “green” enough. I saw that plenty where I used to live–even got that told to me by a few of those elitist leftist scumbags a few times. I just told ’em to fuck off and go back to the metro shithole that they came from.

    • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 10:49 am #

      Western Rifle Shooters posts him every week. And Harold Covington used to read and comment on him. Couldn’t help it, “The writing is so good.”

      • Daddyotis January 21, 2022 at 1:57 pm #

        I thought WRS got shut down after the George Floyd psyop. Are they back up and running again?

        • lastman January 21, 2022 at 4:03 pm #

          http://www.westernrifleshooters.us

        • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 4:13 pm #

          Within a couple of days. They knew it was coming, sooner or later, so they were prepared.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle January 21, 2022 at 12:18 pm #

      While most every article of Jim’s forms finely, this one, especially, seems formed with an extra dollop of something, as if Jim was powered today by an extra-good night’s sleep or a triple shot of Italian expresso latte with whole milk and extra foam, whipped cream, and/or a dusting of Peru’s finest cocoa… or something.

      Myself, I’m enjoying, as I write this, a… (sip) homemade icy milk-brewed chai with some… (sip) extra-premium yuzu citrus ice cream slowly stirred in.

      Speaking of which, if anyone reading this would like to divulge any special trade secrets in starting their days/daze, I’m all eyes.

      If I had some vodka, I might have splashed a little in my drink to take it, and myself, over the cliff… in a balloon…

      =D

  5. RaymondR January 21, 2022 at 10:12 am #

    For some reason, when I watch Joe Biden on the news, I am reminded of the story about some poor soul suffering dementia in a long term care facility who is allowed to own a pistol that he uses to resolve a dispute over some trivial matter, like who took his apple sauce.

    Thanks for the post JHK

  6. MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 10:13 am #

    Here come the false flags, right on time:

    https://www.rt.com/russia/546554-donbas-false-flag-ukraine/

    • Paula D January 21, 2022 at 2:47 pm #

      They are shameless.
      They put out dire warnings of imminent Russian invasion (remember the “They are going to attack on Dec. 7th because….Pearl Harbor!”) bullshit?
      And then when it doesn’t happen they just announce a new date.
      People stupid enough to believe them, time after time, amaze me.
      How is it possible that they can’t learn from experience?

      • tresho January 21, 2022 at 7:16 pm #

        “People stupid enough to believe them, time after time, amaze me.” I used to be amazed at this, 50 years ago. Once I started keeping track of all the predictions that never panned out, and also of the disasters that “no one could have foreseen”, I stopped being excited by these related phenomena.

  7. Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 10:26 am #

    “At least nobody else would win”. Heh.

  8. Bill of Rights January 21, 2022 at 10:29 am #

    Hi Jim: Good contrast made between Guatemala and Ukraine (which I am looking for on my map).

    1. President Biden has no constitutional authority to involve us with Russia-Ukraine.

    2. Only Congress has power to declare war (Art 1 Sec 8).

    3. I can’t remember ever as a kid back in the 1970’s hearing or reading about any major problems with health care and health insurance. It was a small cost. My town of 20,000 had 10 doctors compared to maybe 150 today.

    Nowadays, it seems 20% of the population works in healthcare or health insurance or pharmacies.

    So why is Covid so unconquerable with so many more experts available today compared to the 1918 Spanish flu when health care was supposedly in a crude state? Can someone ‘splain that to me please?

    • Disaffected January 21, 2022 at 10:38 am #

      So why is Covid so unconquerable with so many more experts available today compared to the 1918 Spanish flu when health care was supposedly in a crude state?

      Kinda like the alleged moon landings, eh? The lies are beginning to seriously unravel one by one, not that most Americans will pay attention either way. We’ve traded our credibility and freedom for easy credit, flat screen TVs, the wonders of social media, and new smartphones every year. All topped off with vaxxes and face rags to keep us safe from each other.

      • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 3:02 pm #

        Dis

        Remember the Fourth Turning that predicts all of this.

        The next Fourth Turning is rapidly approaching, in the 20th century the Third climax was the Great Depression and the crisis was the war.

        Eight more years to 2030, 19 to Dec. 7, 2041.

        Pretty much follows JHK predictions.

        • TaxDonkey January 21, 2022 at 11:29 pm #

          we’re solidly into the 4th turning at this moment, according to their theory. Hasn’t peaked yet though. All these institutions that we’ve lost trust in have to be shattered before this is over.

    • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 10:42 am #

      2. Only Congress has power to declare war (Art 1 Sec 8).

      Oh man, that’s a good one, haha!

      The last time the US government followed that rule was what, 1941?

      • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 3:04 pm #

        They had a BS resolution enabling LBJ with VietNam. I think something that HRC supported with Iraq.

    • AKlein January 21, 2022 at 10:48 am #

      TO Bill of R:

      Consult the following graph for information that can help you answer your question.

      https://admin.fee.org/files/imglib/20150429_growthinadministratorsopt.jpg

      • Bill of Rights January 21, 2022 at 11:27 am #

        Thank you AKlein. Something happened circa 1992 to create a booming industry. There must be some reason. Anybody know?

    • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 10:57 am #

      We threw aside over a hundred years of gains in knowledge and went with voodoo and superstition.

      We deliberately ignored or even actively suppressed any form of early treatment.

      Laws were passed that incentivized bad outcomes, and forbid hospitals from using any treatments not pre-approved by the government.

      We followed propaganda from the Communist Chinese.

      The person who funded the creation of the virus somehow ended up heading the task force for the response.

      The vaccine passport was the goal before the pandemic.

      We knew you could not vaccinate your way out of a pandemic but that was what was done anyway.

      There’s more, but that is enough to hang people over.

      • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 11:28 am #

        Of course Western pols followed Chicom and WEF propaganda!

        The Chicoms and WEF paid Western pols good money and they expect results!

        • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 3:10 pm #

          I have wondered for a while what the relationship between the globalist WEF and China is. Is the CCP the model the WEF wants for the New World Order?

          I feel that Russia is the next target for the globalists after they finish us off. Putin, being ten times smarter than our Deep State, knows this and is positioning himself right now to stop the globalists of the WEF and the USA.

          It is not a coincidence that Putin got along with Trump as well as he did, both care more about their countries than they do about globalists.

          • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 7:57 pm #

            At a minimum the CCP is the ideal model for the WEF’s plans for the West.

            Whether there is active collusion between the WEF and CCP is an open question.

            A major war between the US and Russia would certainly servevthe goals of the CCP and the WEF.

            Edgar Cayce may have been entirely correct when he proclaimed Russia might become, “the light of the world.”

    • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 12:01 pm #

      Has congress approved all the bombing in Syria, etc.? If so, I’ve never heard of it.

      • TaxDonkey January 21, 2022 at 11:34 pm #

        I don’t think so, at least not with any formal declaration of war as required constitutionally. This whole thing with the Executive branch blowing off the other two branches really took off under President Cheney.

        • MaryQueen January 23, 2022 at 10:12 am #

          Yep.

    • Alzaebo January 21, 2022 at 12:10 pm #

      1. The Arab Spring says hello.

    • tresho January 21, 2022 at 7:22 pm #

      ” It was a small cost. My town of 20,000 had 10 doctors compared to maybe 150 today.” My aunt died of rabies after not getting rabies vaccinations after a known contact with a likely carrier. My grandmother died of a (most likely) treatable cerebral hematoma after falling down stairs. Her doctors never even considered this possibility, which could have been relieved with timely use of available medical and surgical existence. These incidents were decades ago. The vast majority of families do not bother to keep track of stories like this, but I did. I don’t consider these outcomes a “small cost”.

    • socialisthater January 22, 2022 at 5:59 pm #

      Because most of the post-Greatest Generation bought into the idea that “technology” will solve everything, including technology being able to prevent death before, say, age 80. Many times it will, but sometimes it doesn’t. Viruses, especially, have a great ability to adapt. All viruses are essentially parasitic–they need a live host to survive and multiply. Dumb viruses kill the host, thus fairly quickly eliminating themselves from the gene pool. The “smart” viruses evolve to leech off of their host, without killing the host. On a parallel, that’s why Socialists are the dumbest people on the planet. They are parasitic on the productive–but then they pursue policies designed to kill their productive host. Sooner or later, evolution will wipe the Socialists out–they run out of live hosts.

  9. Hardrock January 21, 2022 at 10:39 am #

    JHK: “The world is waiting to know: will “Joe Biden” bomb Guatemala back to the stone age for sending incursions of its (very fine) people across America’s southern border?”

    I would be very interested in hearing Biden’s response to a question like this in a presser:

    Reporter: Some think that concern over Ukraine’s sovereignty is misplaced when TWO MILLION illegals crossed our boarder in the past year….how do you respond, Mr. President?

    Biden: Well, we’re talking about two different things here. In Ukaine, it’s a military intervention that may put at risk some assets that are important to me and Hunter. With regard to our southern border, these are poor uneducated folks that are the future homeless that we so desperately need to help ensure that our elections have the proper outcome.

    • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 10:58 am #

      That would make sense to many. Most people don’t operate on principle. They go along to get along at best. They appear to operate on principle because they are just following the crowd. If the crowd is moved away from principle, they will move with them. Or if the media says the crowd is doing something, the “crowd” will do it. The cloud is the crowd and it is raining shit.

  10. steppingup January 21, 2022 at 11:00 am #

    It’s a good thing we have those underground cities for our elites to survive the nuclear war in (Mt. Weather, etc.). They will be coming out as morlocks. As for the rest of us, we’re just the toast for the shit on a shingle last supper. These fourth turnings are a real “biatch”. Is that right, biatch or should it be “Biatch”. How about some plain old English. Yes, it is going to be a bitch. Global economic collapse will just be icing on the cake. We have reached peak everything except the most important thing. You guessed it, STUPIDITY. Cant ever have too much of that, can we? Can’t see the forest for the trees, That’s ok, the forest burned down years ago. What’s left of it will be got this year or next.

    I’m just trying to figure out how we went from the shining light on the hill to the most evil fucking empire in the world today. I wonder if bringing all those Nazi’s here at the end of the war had anything to do with it? Or is it because I just sat on my ass and did nothing. Ya, that’s it.

    • rainmaker January 21, 2022 at 11:08 am #

      I’ve had the same thought, Steppingup. I think that somehow Operation Paperclip infected America with some Nazi brain wasting disease, now we are reaping the benefits. We are the most evil empire ever. I’m ashamed to call myself an American.

      • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 11:19 am #

        I met a woman whose hair turned white almost overnight from stress. I always thought that was one of those old wive’s tales, but it can happen.

        You know what else can happen? You can suddenly become stupid.

        You can suddenly develop high blood pressure, you can suddenly develop low IQ.

        • gustafson.robert.22 January 21, 2022 at 12:06 pm #

          how dare you suggest on CFN that IQ is not hardwired for life in the dna?!

          (this is sarcasm)

          • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 7:07 pm #

            It’s much easy to go downhill than uphill. Devolution is easier than evolution. Are we not men? No, we are Devo.

        • tresho January 21, 2022 at 7:25 pm #

          There is also a stroke syndrome, the results of which look like “instant” Alzheimer’s. Fortunately this is extremely rare.

      • Night Owl January 21, 2022 at 2:27 pm #

        I went through that phase a long time ago. I have now come back around. We have a great country, but it was unfortunately fully taken over by psychopaths in or around 1944. Perhaps we can fix that.

        I want this for my garage, mostly because it is great, but also because I want all of my FPP2-mask wearing German neighbors to see it every time I open the door.

        https://farm1.static.flickr.com/189/510030321_cc616c9915.jpg

      • Paula D January 21, 2022 at 2:56 pm #

        Yeah, rainmaker, Nazis after WW2, the Japanese war criminals, the death squads from Latin America, Cuban drug runners, corrupt deposed dictators, collaborators with the US against their own countrymen from Korea to Vietnam to Iraq….. the best and brightest () from the globe, all brought to the USA.
        And Canada did their part. They have the granddaughter of a Banderaist as their foreign minister, Chrystia Freeland.
        But we already had the Dulles brothers in high places, our very own homegrown evil scum of the earth.

      • lastman January 21, 2022 at 4:11 pm #

        A little advice…don’t be ashamed.

        Fight these mfr’s with everything that you’ve got.

        Jesus flipped the table over on them and gave his life so that we are here.

        They are the money changers.

        If you want to be ashamed that they let these demonic fucks back in in 1913, there is the place to start.

    • GrimReaper January 21, 2022 at 11:36 am #

      Bunkers have ventilation shafts. Lots of stuff can be pumped down those tubes.

      • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 2:04 pm #

        And what about their staff? Who’s taking care of them? Might one or more of them decide to deflect? So many possibilities.

        • tresho January 21, 2022 at 7:26 pm #

          “And what about their staff? ” Consider the Praetorian Guards of the Roman Empire and what they turned into.

    • Alzaebo January 21, 2022 at 12:07 pm #

      Because we brought the victors of the Second Thirty Years War here, that’s why they started it, and why the victors wrote the “history”.

    • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 8:00 pm #

      Peak Stupidity?

      There’s a website for that!

      https://www.peakstupidity.com/

    • SpeedyBB January 22, 2022 at 8:42 am #

      Gore Vidal, one of the most insightful commentators of modern times, loved his country. Neverthess, he lamented it turning “…from a flawed republic into a murderous empire”.

  11. Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 11:02 am #

    The immunity you get from infection and recovery is superior to that shot.

    We knew this before the first shot that doesn’t work was administered.

    Of course immunity you get from being sick is better than a vaccine that isn’t a vaccine.

    There is no benign reason for the insistence that people who already were infected needed the death jab.

    They are admitting these things now, and it is causing nary a ripple.

    • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 11:09 am #

      It is almost as if the human immune system is a finely-tuned, highly-effective instrument that is not meant to be tinkered with…

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

        Know what else is not meant to be tinkered with? Bat viruses.

        • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 3:16 pm #

          Beryl

          Almost every plague that has hit the western world has originated in China and Central Asia.

          Smallpox, The Black Plague, are the big two recurring over and over. In the history of the world, plagues seem to occur everyone peoples from different areas mix.

          Today all these viruses seem to originate in China. Wonder why?

          • tresho January 21, 2022 at 7:29 pm #

            “Wonder why?” My pet theories for pandemics include a combination of large populations, doubtful sanitation, mass movements & mixing of populations heretofore kept separate.

          • Mac January 22, 2022 at 1:30 pm #

            Livestock in the living room.

  12. sstumpff January 21, 2022 at 11:08 am #

    “But then, it’s said that Russia is lurking on Ukraine’s border like a hungry bear at the edge of a sheep pasture, licking its chops, fork and knife in its fisted paws, napkin tied around its throat, visions of mutton-filled perogies dancing in its head.”

    If you talk to Eastern Europeans instead of the US political establishment, it’s pretty clear who they believe the threat to be. I wonder why?

    • Paula D January 21, 2022 at 2:58 pm #

      Same as here, propaganda.

    • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 3:19 pm #

      Precedent

      Texas, a Mexican province, invited in Americans to settle its vastness. They came in droves, out populated the Mexicans, then took over and politically threw out the Mexicans. It took a war to do it.

      Russia and Ukraine.

  13. Jarek January 21, 2022 at 11:12 am #

    https://www.rt.com/news/546701-neuralink-brain-chip-humans/

    Elon. He warned us repeatedly about this – as if other people were doing, and not him as well. As the old movie said, “We’re not who we are.

    Meatloaf dead. Was it the Vax?

    • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 11:23 am #

      I heard it was no cause at all. There’s a lot of that going around. Dead from nothing.

      • Blackbird January 21, 2022 at 11:46 am #

        Nothing – the next Pandemic! How do you fight it? You don’t. Lose-Lose and Win-Win!

      • Hereward the Woke January 21, 2022 at 12:12 pm #

        He died from Covidincidence.

      • Unperson37854 January 21, 2022 at 1:27 pm #

        Yep, lotta death from “natural causes” going around. I thought nobody died of natural causes anymore (ong before covid), and there was always some cause (pneumonia etc.), but it’s as if they’re afraid to put ANY cause because it might lead back to the vaccine.

        Gotta cover up the evidence ya know.

        • tresho January 21, 2022 at 7:31 pm #

          “Gotta cover up the evidence ya know.”
          Many primitive cultures don’t believe there are any “natural causes” for death. All deaths are due to sorcery, black magic, or ill-intentioned elements of the world.

    • gustafson.robert.22 January 21, 2022 at 12:08 pm #

      he sounds like a closet anti vaxxer in interviews

    • malthuss January 21, 2022 at 3:24 pm #

      he was fat, old [74] and what problems did he have?

      Drudge announced JOHN PRINE DEAD OF COVID.
      Well, JP had his neck carved out, he looked dead long ago, 2x? cancer survivor, smoker? drinker?

      But dead from covid.

  14. Jarek January 21, 2022 at 11:19 am #

    Requiem to a Heavy Weight, by devoted fan:

    “I want you. I need you. But there ain’t no way I’m ever gonna love you. But two out of three ain’t bad.”

    That might be the best chorus of all time.

    I don’t talk to women anymore, as a Christian matter, but when I did, there was no statement I said more than that one.

    To top off what was already the greatest career of all time, Meat Loaf went on to appear in the greatest film of all time: Fight Club.

    If you Zoomers haven’t watched that movie, then you have something seriously wrong with your life.

    If you Millennials haven’t watched it yet this year, then you need to get on it.

    There is no film that even comes close to Fight Club. It is the perfect film. And it wouldn’t have been the same film without Meat Loaf.

    It would not be an overstatement to say that Meat Loaf was the single most important person who ever lived, excluding of course Jesus Christ.

    Meat was a Republican and a Trump supporter, and so I very much hope he was also a Christian.

    May God have mercy on the soul of a man so great as he.

    Rest in peace, big guy.

    We will not see the likes of you pass this way again.

    Andrew

    • dorn January 21, 2022 at 11:30 am #

      “His name Is Robert Paulson”

    • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2022 at 12:42 pm #

      People would see Meat Loaf around; he coached a youth team, in fact underwrote the whole little league program in his town.

      • malthuss January 21, 2022 at 1:58 pm #

        He moved from one town to a less fancy one.
        his adopted daughter was crying because she was told
        ‘your jeans are not the right brand’. He decided that town was too uppidy.

        • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2022 at 3:02 pm #

          He was in Redding, a nice town within commuting distance to Manhattan.

    • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 3:17 pm #

      Hope you read Chucks other book, ‘Survivor’. Good stuff.

      • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 5:04 pm #

        Oh rip meatloaf.

  15. megabeth January 21, 2022 at 11:20 am #

    All I can say about Faucism is that it sure worked on a bunch of scared box-wine moms with very little expertise in the medical arts.

    I was (sort of) willing to go along with the 15-day deal, but things almost immediately started sounding weird. I’ve been a medic and a nurse for 36 years and have been through all kinds of outbreaks, including antibiotic-resistant TB. I know my way around pathogens, so I smelled bullshit almost immediately regarding masks, a cold vaccine, asymptomatic spread, and billing incentives from CMS. I am so SICK of this and want my goddamn JOB BACK!

    My son, 19, was jersey around by karenist teachers for 2 years as well. Hey, covidians! Fuck all y’all! In the neck!

    • megabeth January 21, 2022 at 11:21 am #

      Jerked, rather than Jersey.

      • Bill of Rights January 21, 2022 at 11:37 am #

        You coined a phrase: “jerseyed around”

        It makes sense in light of the New Jersey government’s abuse of the people’s rights in 2020-2022.

        • megabeth January 21, 2022 at 11:52 am #

          Nice save! Thank you, Bill (just a bill . . . )!

      • tresho January 21, 2022 at 7:34 pm #

        “Jerked, rather than Jersey.”
        I figured that out on the fly. Actually whenever I tink of Joisey, I tink of Joiks.

    • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 11:27 am #

      “Asymptomatic spread”. A virus so special special, you need a stick shoved in the back of your skull to know if you have it, but you can spread it merely by breathing closet than six feet away.

      • thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 11:38 am #

        Right?

        If Beer Flu bits are so omnipresent why couldn’t they just take a little wipe from the inside of one’s face diaper rather than grinding a wooden stick into people’s brain stems?

        • megabeth January 21, 2022 at 11:49 am #

          I wonder if you can catch the ‘rona from a target seat. Where those spores jump up and grab your . . . uh, fundament.

          • megabeth January 21, 2022 at 11:51 am #

            Whoops, I meant `terlet’, not `target’s. Gotta stop posting using my pocket tracking device!

          • The Man They Call Zazelle January 21, 2022 at 1:22 pm #

            Wait, what? That was not supposed to be Telnet?

          • elysianfield January 22, 2022 at 12:48 pm #

            Mega,
            NAMBLA…putting the “fun” in fundament for the last 50 years….

            …sorry…I have no filters….

      • megabeth January 21, 2022 at 11:47 am #

        And sciency hubris so great that people honestly thought that they could vaccinate away a glorified cold.

        • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 12:06 pm #

          As Buddha said, the four inescapables are all painful. Birth, death, old age, and disease.

      • Alzaebo January 21, 2022 at 1:01 pm #

        A compliance test to reaffirm the faith of the believers and punish the unbelievers.

        Never before seen until the Magic Unseen Enemy–

        Oh wait, it was. The same procedure is depicted in murals as a punishment for slaves in Egypt.

        (With a swab-shaped dowel, the ‘filter’ in the nasal passage was depressed or broken, allowing infection to get in)

        • Rho January 26, 2022 at 9:38 pm #

          “punishment for slaves in egypt”
          Sounds like you are talking about The Opening of the Mouth. Nothing to do with slaves or punishment. Your statements are bullshit.

  16. Jarek January 21, 2022 at 11:38 am #

    Most people are balloons. Nothing inside at all. Prick or probe them, and they will pop.

    • malthuss January 21, 2022 at 3:26 pm #

      I saw a gal today, she looked more like a black hippo.

  17. Jarek January 21, 2022 at 11:53 am #

    Knowledge has no capacity to dispel ignorance. Knowledge is a false phenomenon. It is not wisdom at all; it is just the opposite of wisdom. Knowledge is borrowed; wisdom is the flowering of your innermost being….No university can offer it, no scripture can offer it and no scholarship is capable of doing it. They are all impotent efforts, but they have been deceiving millions of people for thousands of years. Yes they make you knowledgeable. To be knowledgeable is one thing, to know is totally different.

    Osho

    Jarek: And does not Krishnamurti speak of the tyranny of the known, and of memory? And Suzuki Roshi: In the beginners mind there are many possibilities but in the expert only a few.

    Don’t look for the new with experts. They will tell you why something can’t be done. Use them, of course, but not slavishly. If you find or are someone really creative, debug their ideas with the help of the experts. If anything remains, it may be the gold.

    • messianicdruid January 21, 2022 at 3:05 pm #

      Nothing will fix everything.

  18. thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 11:54 am #

    Just in from Clown World:

    The Grauniad reports the USSA is accusing Russia of attempting to take over the Ukrainian government.

    The Amerikan State Department has confirmed that if you believe in traditional family values, YOU are a Russian asset.

    *honk honk*

  19. Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 11:59 am #

    How about that Maskgate?

    This is what the people who make life-altering decisions for all of us get themselves up to.

    I don’t listen to NPR, so I don’t know who Nina Totenberg is, but the fact that she’s sticking by her story tells me that she got it straight from the horse’s mouth:

    Gorsuch didn’t mask despite Sotomayor’s COVID worries, leading her to telework

    https://www.npr.org/2022/01/18/1073428376/supreme-court-justices-arent-scorpions-but-not-happy-campers-either

    We were all supposed to think how awful that conservative Gorsuch was, but instead we all thought “just how stupid IS that woman”, so nobody is going to admit to spreading that foolishness.

    • Unperson37854 January 21, 2022 at 1:34 pm #

      All parties involved in the made-up story deny Totenberg’s claims, including Gorsuch and Sotomayor. And actually made public statements saying as much, even going so far as to say that even though they don’t agree on everything, they’re all friends.

      And yet, NPR sticks by their story. Says “their” truth is self-evident, even though the people they’re attributing thoughts and actions to deny any of the sort happened to them via the other.

    • tresho January 21, 2022 at 7:38 pm #

      “just how stupid IS that woman” This incident is making more of us notice how stupid NPR is.

  20. Jarek January 21, 2022 at 12:03 pm #

    https://www.amren.com/news/2022/01/for-mlk-day-spice-company-says-all-republicans-racist-want-to-shoot-a-black-person/

    They gave discounts on some products, just to “cheese off” racists. Very Wisconsin.

    I’m cheesed off by these people so I guess it worked.

    Tom Clark will love these people. Such a cheesehead.

    • malthuss January 21, 2022 at 3:28 pm #

      The first assassination attempt on MLK was a black woman in New York City. IQ 70 Izola Curry. 1958, 1/8 inch from aorta with a knife.

  21. Rodster January 21, 2022 at 12:07 pm #

    Sarcasm at it’s finest! It’s why I love to read JHK twice a week!

  22. Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 12:15 pm #

    An article about increasing risks for the young and healthy, with the boosters.

    We all could see what was happening, this confirms it.

    We should not have forced young people to be lab rats.

    Heart inflammation risk rises dramatically for young with booster shots

    https://www.israelnationalnews.com/news/320052?s=09

    • Alzaebo January 21, 2022 at 1:28 pm #

      Judas priest. The very young, the young, the old, the women…

      Do these shots do *any thing* beneficial, for anyone?

      • Unperson37854 January 21, 2022 at 1:36 pm #

        Line the pockets of a select few, give extra-juridicial powers to others, and allow others to create edicts (not laws) that ensure they remain in power.

  23. Jarek January 21, 2022 at 12:22 pm #

    RT

    Canadian psychologist and author Jordan Peterson has announced he is resigning as a tenured professor at the University of Toronto, citing concerns with academia’s shift towards “Diversity, Inclusivity and Equity mandates,” which he appreciates as “DIE.” The abbreviated term is one of reasons behind Peterson’s resignation, which he announced in a Wednesday piece for the National Post.

    “The appalling ideology of diversity, inclusion and equity is demolishing education and business,” Peterson wrote.

    The now-former professor said he “loved” his job and students, but voiced frustration that his “qualified and supremely trained heterosexual white male graduate students … face a negligible chance of being offered university research positions, despite stellar scientific dossiers.”

    Impossible-to-meet diversity and political correctness standards are affecting both students and fellow staff members. Peterson refers to himself as “persona non grata” in his field because of his “unacceptable philosophical positions.”

    “How can I accept prospective researchers and train them in good conscience knowing their employment prospects to be minimal?” he wrote, later adding that his colleagues “must craft DIE statements” to get research grants today.

    Jarek: Peterson is going Galt. Who is John Galt. Peterson is John Galt. Maybe you are too. But Robert Paulson is better. Bob don’t need lots of money to be a good man.

    • Alzaebo January 21, 2022 at 1:30 pm #

      Cleaning your room is racism!

    • malthuss January 21, 2022 at 1:55 pm #

      what does he teach? psych? who needs psych grad students?

      • Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 2:40 pm #

        It’s going to be a growth field. An awful lot of people running around who need to be in treatment.

        • malthuss January 21, 2022 at 3:30 pm #

          Many licensed counselors are incompetent.

          • tresho January 21, 2022 at 7:40 pm #

            So many in need of therapists, so few competent therapists.

  24. Trean January 21, 2022 at 12:25 pm #

    The illegitimate Biden regime seems to believe that we can administer a good spanking to the Russians without consequence.
    I believe they are full of shit and have no idea whatsoever of the can of worms they’re opening if they try.
    If Bidumb is that stupid I think both we and the euroweenies are going to take an awful lot of casualties.

    • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 3:25 pm #

      I wonder.

      Germany? Will they support the US or Russia?

      NATO could be going down for the long count.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle January 22, 2022 at 2:03 pm #

      This appears merely as a Dunning-Kruger loser-chimp chimpout at the chuckling/giggling Russia’s doorstep.

      Recall that USA has lost all kinds of wars– proxy and otherwise.

  25. GrimReaper January 21, 2022 at 12:39 pm #

    Triple jabbed because she’s a university student. Had a stroke at 21. Must be multiple sclerosis! Now subject to Soviet-style socialized healthcare system where 20% of unvaxxed staff have been fired.

    https://www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/local-peterborough/news/2022/01/14/eight-days-without-a-shower-21-year-old-patient-offers-a-glimpse-inside-an-overwhelmed-prhc.html

    • The Man They Call Zazelle January 21, 2022 at 1:20 pm #

      Another article at the site of your link has the title…

      “Two anti-vaccination protesters arrested after incident at Peterborough medical officer of health’s home”

      …while its elaborating video immediately below that, on my screen, reads…

      “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Terms of Service”

      Hilarious!

      If the site and its article’s writer, Joelle Kovach, lean toward the ‘woke’, even funnier.

  26. The Man They Call Zazelle January 21, 2022 at 12:51 pm #

    “Then there’s this Shangri-La called Ukraine. Can anyone find it on the map?” ~ JHK

    I seem to recall reading, long ago, a short story by Anton Chekhov that took place in Yalta and involved or included a white dog. Apparently, this was the ‘Shangri-La’ of Ukraine.

    ” ‘Joe Biden’… is… talking out of his ass so much it’s hard to tell whether he is setting forth actual policy or just breaking wind.” ~ JHK

    ‘I fart in your general direction(, Camilla et al.).’

    • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 4:15 pm #

      Hey, maybe he can emulate that actress and start selling his farts for $400 and start paying down the debt.

      Right up there with Hunter’s art.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle January 22, 2022 at 2:27 pm #

        Yes, I heard of that. Remember the shit-in-a-can or the pet rocks?

        I now recall a post on the interior wall, just behind the cash, of a small corner store I used to frequent as a kid that said; “A fool and his money are good for business.”.

        But I mean, what happens when an entire (pseudoeconomic) system is a fool’s errand?

        We are witnessing it.

        (‘Caveat emptor’?)

        • The Man They Call Zazelle January 22, 2022 at 2:36 pm #

          “One time a thing occurred to me
          What’s real and what’s for sale
          Blew a kiss and tried to take it home…” ` Vaseline, by Stone Temple Pilots

    • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 4:58 pm #

      That Shangra a la Ukie mention was sweet.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle January 22, 2022 at 2:27 pm #

        I wouldn’t doubt it.

  27. Jarek January 21, 2022 at 12:52 pm #

    Are the Elite breeding Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson to create a super being, the Kwisatz Haderach?

    But for Kanye, nothing. They turned against him when he became a Christian and supported Trump. And she turned against him when he started having mental health difficulties, probably related to severe cognitive dissonance. After all, the new leaf is very far away from the world or rap and his earlier self.

    • messianicdruid January 21, 2022 at 3:22 pm #

      “If they hated Me they will hate you.”

    • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 5:06 pm #

      That kid would be a pop eyed ass, indeed.

  28. RubyLloyd January 21, 2022 at 1:05 pm #

    A bit clunky to say the least but our skill set and experience won the day. Poor ref with no regard to offside and he bottled it on the sin bin, red card all day long if it had been on sky

    see here>>>> https://jobsoffer1.blogspot.com/

  29. Cactus Girl January 21, 2022 at 1:10 pm #

    “Austria’s parliament voted to approve mandatory vaccinations for everybody in the country”

    HEIL PFIZER! PFIZER UBER ALLES!

    • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 3:32 pm #

      What a dichotomy forming in Europe?

      Know why? Because there is no solution to Covid except to let it run its course. Our vaxx capability has run so short of what is required that it has become useless. No solution.

      So we turn it over to the politicians. Who do not have a clue what to do.

      So we do what the latest snake oil salesman says.

      Omicron is clearing the playing field. It will be in and out before our politicos and “virologists” even respond.

      Probably a good thing. Covid gets what it wants, reliable hosts, we get what we want, low mortality.

      Win-win?

  30. The Man They Call Zazelle January 21, 2022 at 1:29 pm #

    I can’t wear any masks, socially distance myself, nor take any so-called vaccine because I have a novel condition called… (takes deep breath)…

    sociallydistomaskovaxxophobia.

    • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 3:17 pm #

      He’s the worst. I’m saving all his screeds for future shaming.

    • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 4:18 pm #

      Jimmy Dore last night on Howard:

      Looks like a hippy, talks like a Fed.

      Howard: I want to be free to go out safely.
      Jimmy: He wants to be able to feel the wind blowing through his wig.

      • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 7:40 pm #

        LMAO! Well said, Jimmy.

      • TaxDonkey January 22, 2022 at 7:08 pm #

        Fvck Howard Stern. Used to be funny when he actually was anti-establishment.

  31. Paula D January 21, 2022 at 2:20 pm #

    Indeed, why would Russia invade Ukarine? It is a poverty-stricken country filled with Russian-hating Nazis, at least the west ex-Poland part. The US broke it, the US can fix it.
    All of the feverish fantasies of the talking heads and political puppets aside, Putin has stated again and again that Russia has no intention of invading Ukraine, but they will protect the Russians in Donbass from another massacre. No 2014 redux.
    As for what the invading Germans did to the Russians in 1941, there is actual footage in this movie, made back when the US and the USSR were allies.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDZqK4dBQvI&t=230s

    • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2022 at 3:08 pm #

      Donbas is about the size of NJ, and is majority Russian. I think Putin could occupy the region without a full scale invasion, much like he did in Crimea. Crimean occupation was relatively peaceful.

      • Paula D January 21, 2022 at 7:18 pm #

        Well, the Crimeans voted 96% to rejoin Russia, so there’s that. There was no invasion or occupation needed.
        Russia has made it clear that they expect Ukraine to fulfill the agreements made in the 2015 Minsk Agreement, which are meant to set up a federalized Ukraine, with autonomy for Donbass.
        They have never threatened to invade or to occupy Donbass.
        I believe them over the lying pieces of excrement that occupy our government and the ones that infest our media.

      • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 8:27 pm #

        A fine measures response. I believe that it is contiguous with Crimea, thus creating a shield against Western aggression.

    • UN OUT OF USA January 22, 2022 at 12:28 pm #

      If the Russians really “want” Ukraine, it may be to act as a buffer to NATO. It would push back NATO’s missiles a bit further from Russia. We didn’t like the Russians putting missiles in Cuba (90 miles away from mainland), so I presume the Russians feel similarly about us putting missiles in Ukraine.

  32. Beryl of Oyl January 21, 2022 at 3:01 pm #

    -A federal judge in Texas ruled on Friday that President Joe Biden could not require federal employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and blocked the government from disciplining employees who failed to comply.

    https://news.yahoo.com/u-judge-blocks-biden-federal-172515922.html?fr=sycsrp_catchall

    • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2022 at 3:11 pm #

      Wow, that’s big. I wonder if that includes the military, as quite a few soldiers, sailors and marines have been given General Discharges already?

    • Islander January 21, 2022 at 3:46 pm #

      YAY!!!!

  33. HowardBeale January 21, 2022 at 3:09 pm #

    Jim, how could you not mention the primary mechanism that enables all this madness?
    Press Secretary, Jen Psaki, aka, The Red Skull.
    That’s where most of disinfo disinforms us.
    She’s a plague in herself.

    • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 3:15 pm #

      She has zero power really. Just a yapping puppet.

      • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 4:11 pm #

        Yeah, most of the political movies about the presidency show the press secretary as an outsider looking in.

  34. freedomforever January 21, 2022 at 3:13 pm #

    DARPA admits HCQ and Ivermectin are effective treatments aganist Covid. However doctors in US had their medical license revoked for “spreading Covid misinformation” and treating patients with Ivermectin. Doctors who go aganist the narrative are under investigation for daring to speak out against the Biden Regime and for daring to question Big Pharma. They want to block every way possible to reach people for cheap and alternative treatments. You can get your ivm by visiting https://ivmcures.com

    • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 3:35 pm #

      Aren’t most of the negative info about the two due to mis dosing by uninformed patients? I know of no real study of either, good or bad. Just bias.

      • tresho January 21, 2022 at 7:46 pm #

        “I know of no real study of either, good or bad. Just bias.” Same here, and I’ve got some training in the matter. Not willing to sort through the cognitive swamp any more.

    • tahoe1780 January 21, 2022 at 6:08 pm #

      Non-US Online Pharmacies Supplying Americans Affordable Drugs to Be Censored Off the Internet Through Legislation Backed by Big Pharma

      Remember them when voting.

      Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) introduced a billed called the Domain Reform for Unlawful Drug Sellers (DRUGS) Act . This was followed up by identical text from Congressmen David McKinley (R-WV) and Bobby Rush (D-IL), who introduced the House of Representatives version of the bill .

      • Blackbird January 22, 2022 at 1:38 pm #

        Bipartisan support for Big Pharma. Who’d have guessed?

        Hey Jaros, have you looked at the map? Take away the privilege to vote from women, minorities, and the college-educated and the only thing that changes is the D or R in parentheses, but the policies remain the same.

  35. wm5135 January 21, 2022 at 3:13 pm #

    “Well, it all depends on whether or not we’re able to make the case to the American people that some of this is being set up to try to alter the outcome of the election,” some old guy in DC

    seems the boy and girl geniuses don’t consider probability in their calculations

    The Window of Opportunity is open to both flows of history.

    seven years of known research, a pharmaceutical corporation that has grown financially powerful researching and creating chimeric viruses, same corporation that has never had a economically viable therapy, possibly seventeen intelligence agencies defending a nation’s security, and nothing was known about what information, technology and material was crossing international borders?

    a file released, supposedly hidden on a DARPA top secret drive. a drive that cannot be investigated because “Top Secret”? as the director of the FBI might say, “I can’t answer that question”

    aluminum tubes, yellowcake, WMD, sarin gas,Yemen, Beirut, South China Sea, Open Skies, JCPOA. Australian submarines

    Albright, Powell, Clinton, Tillerson, Sullivan, Pompeo, current idiot

    “withholding and suppressing effective treatments”JHK

    suppressing known antidote?

    “I may be slow, but i ain’t blind” Dwight Yoakam – Things Change

  36. MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 3:13 pm #

    This is my prediction: When the Covid19 hoax blows up, and it appears to be doing so, the PTB including Gates, Fauxi etc. instead of being reviled universally as the genocidal ghouls they are, will be celebrated for ending the plandemic because of their life-saving quacksines.

    This is because they have already started co-opting the resistance, because they see the writing on the wall.

    Don’t let them get away with it, or what they do to us next will be even worse.

    • malthuss January 21, 2022 at 3:31 pm #

      sounds contradictory.

      meanwhile, jareks link,
      Daniel Villarreal, Newsweek, January 18, 2022

      On Martin Luther King (MLK) Jr. Day, a spice company sent out an email calling all Republicans “racist” who largely hope to one day “shoot a Black person.”

      Penzeys Spices, a Wisconsin-based company, issued an email promotion Jan. 14 dubbing the MLK holiday weekend, “Republicans are racist weekend.”

      The promotion went on to accuse Republicans of opposing BLM’s success “in moving America towards greater equality for Black people, in many ways the first real success since the time of Dr. King,” during the racial justice protests that erupted nationwide during summer 2020.

      “Republicans did all they could to derail that success by trying to drown out BLM’s message with shouts of all lives matter, and blue lives matter, and lying about the leaders of BLM being Marxists and Communists,” the company’s promotion said.

      {snip}

      “What a bunch of racists,” the message continued. {snip}

      To “cheese off racists,” the promotion offered half-cup jars of China cinnamon, Mexican oregano or Penzeys curry as well as a sheet of 10 heart-shaped Black Lives Matter (BLM) stickers, both free with any $10 purchase.

      It also offered two other spices, specially priced at $2, with all proceeds going towards the national BLM group and the Milwaukee-based organization Black Leaders Organizing Communities BLOC.

      • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2022 at 5:47 pm #

        How many spices are they selling to the Brothas down in the hood?

        • Blackbird January 22, 2022 at 1:46 pm #

          None. The spice is comfort food for white-hating, virtue-signalling whites.

      • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 7:38 pm #

        Not sure what this has to do with the Great Reset, but OK.

    • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 3:42 pm #

      The same PTB mob controls the propaganda media for the Deep State. Of course they will be lauded as heroes, they have been for two years.

      The Deep State, the same group that is conducting military exercises at Domestic Terrorists.

      That would be us, Mary.

      The real deal here is what can be done against the total monopoly the PTB have with the people, they have convinced 51% of us that they are right.

      Expat!

      • SW January 21, 2022 at 4:23 pm #

        As the pandemic bites the dust, it will be aggressively replaced by Climate Crisis Emergency! Act one, scene one:

        “Record (flooding, storms, snow, tornadoes, hurricanes, drought) are reported worldwide. All, the experts tell us, is due to worsening climate change. Changes must be made NOW if the human race is to survive.”

        Actually, we’re probably already at the start of Act two. So the shrieking lead story will be climate doom and any scientist who wants to offer conflicting data will not dare to open his mouth. No dissenting voices will be allowed, just like the pandemic. With the excuse of zero emissions, the UK will subsidize electric cars and charging stations. Where will the power come from? How much will this cost per kilowatt?

        https://www.gov.uk/government/news/government-takes-historic-step-towards-net-zero-with-end-of-sale-of-new-petrol-and-diesel-cars-by-2030

        Huxley saw as early as 1958 this total control on the way.

        https://spectatorworld.com/topic/deep-state-no-conspiracy/

        • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2022 at 5:19 pm #

          Heard a tidbit on the news yesterday: 60% of Americans would be hard pressed to come up with the cash to cover a $1000 repair bill for their car.

          EVs being offered now, Lucent Air $170,000, Rivian Truck $83,000, GM HumV $135,000, Silverado $105,000 … who will be buying these things, where is the market? You’d need a 30 year mortgage, but these vehicles last only 10-12 years. This whole EV meme is a fantasy a delusion.

          • SW January 21, 2022 at 5:34 pm #

            The market is being created for them with government decrees & rules. Just like a market was obligingly created for vaccines & the competition eliminated. In California it will be illegal in a few years to use gas powered lawn equipment. So to remain in business, lawn services will have to replace them with electrical. A racket — a flat out racket—with the overarching “threat” of catastrophic climate change that private citizens & small businesses are “responsible” for. But there will be no restrictions on private jets, massive homes (or owning multiple homes) or yachts.

          • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2022 at 5:49 pm #

            (to quote Klaus Schwab)

          • TaxDonkey January 22, 2022 at 7:21 pm #

            There’s literally not enough copper, cobalt, nickel, silver and other metals available for even a small percentage of us to drive electric vehicles.

            Not to mention, all those metals have to be mined with heavy diesel equipment, and shipped all over the place with cargo ships using bunker fuel and delivered with trucks running on diesel. Then we would need ravenous amounts of coal to charge all those batteries. These guys need to get real.

        • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2022 at 5:45 pm #

          SW as a practical matter how that will play out is your State EPA Commissioner with his $500,000 salary will be cruising around in his Lucid Air; everybody else will be foot slogging it or riding around on their stinking buses with psychopaths.

          And you will like it.

  37. Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 3:34 pm #

    Multitudes draw salaries from working for our physical and spiritual welfare. The bloated med-pharma cartel, the hordes of clergy, gurus and shrinks. Do they deserve the paycheck? Most don’t. A majority of doctors and priests have been cowards at best, Judases and Quislings to the human species more likely. From Bergoglio to Fauci down to the corner Baptist franchise and the clinic across it, very few have shown any courage or compassion. Abject fear, a push for unquestioning compliance, greed and virtue signaling is all we get from them.

    Add another couple huge sectors to lose all credibility or trust. They join politics, media, finance, academia, law, corporations, and pretty much everything else.

    Is there any part of society that still enjoys a prima facie assumption they’ll fulfill their part of the deal, earn their pay by providing the good or service they are paid to provide?

    Sex workers and drug dealers? They have to deliver if they want repeat customers. Surely there are bad actors in both vocations, but VD or hot shots will quickly take them out of business, no?

    This “pandemic” has taught me an honest prostitute is more likely to go to Heaven than a lying one. And what have most doctors and priests been lately, if not lying whores?

  38. Roundball Shaman January 21, 2022 at 3:45 pm #

    “They all hate us anyhow… so let’s drop the Big One now.”
    — Randy Newman

    If this is true, why do They ‘hate us’? Is it because of our (disappearing) ‘Freedoms!’ Or is it that someone here has been mightily effing around in Their country and They are getting mighty tired and pissed off about that?

    If someone ‘hates’ you, most people just shut down and get offended at being ‘hated’ and think no further.

    But maybe the ‘hated ones’ could take an honest look at themselves and ask, ‘Do They have a point here?’ They just might locate what the problem really is.

    “All of a sudden borders are sacred again…”

    Just as there are some people in this Nation who ‘matter’… and some who don’t… there are some borders that matter and some that don’t. Always gotta fit the Agenda, you know. The ‘Sacred’ Agenda that cannot be questioned.

    “…there’s that old problem Colin Powell used to raise back in the Iraq War days of you break it, you own it… Then there’s this Shangri-La called Ukraine.”

    There’s also that ‘Saddam has WMDs’ thing, too. Must be why Slow Joe is so intend on starting Big One Three. Ukraine must have WMDs! Sure could use Mr. Powell right now to address the UN again with all that UN street cred he built up last time.

    The CovidCon is wearing thin. They know it. And They have cued up our next round of Worldwide Nonsense that will benefit no one in any useful way.

    “…Joe Biden is striving to explain his thoughts on these vexing matters, but he’s talking out of his ass so much…”

    It would be better if he really was speaking out of that orifice. He would be making much more sense than he is now. And it would smell less.

    “…it is lately discovered — to the chagrin of the elite managerial classes — that The Science personified by Dr. Anthony Fauci is not medical science after all but rather political science.”

    It’s not even good political science. If this was, this Con would have actually worked. But the fact that the wheels began to fall off so quickly shows that the script writers for this fiasco do NOT deserve a pay raise.

    Note to the Manipulators Class: Sorry. Next time, get better writers.
    And a better Con.

    • Islander January 21, 2022 at 3:50 pm #

      It would seem more logical for Putin to accuse Ukraine of having WMDs and going to the UN to get a team investigating exactly what weapons are there–and to map where they are.

      That would simplify everything . . .

    • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 4:00 pm #

      Shaman,
      the “Saddam’s WMD’s” crowd, the geniuses behind Irak, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria and the color revolutions including Ukraine, have been working for Bush, Obama, a bit less for Trump, and back in force with this admin.

      Over 20 years of Uniparty. Actually much longer. JFK and Carter were last genuine Democrats; Reagan, the last genuine Republican. Genuine not in the sense of you have to agree with them, but in the sense that they had a vision different from the other side, beyond the cosmetic and election-time posturing.

      • JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 4:08 pm #

        I think the difference was they were willing to work with the other side for the good of the country. I would even include Clinton 1 with this.

        Country number one.

        Since the election of 2000, that has not been the case.

        Party and Deep State number one.

        • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 4:19 pm #

          John,

          I have to disagree with you re. Clinton. I don’t think he moved a finger for the “good of the country.” NAFTA comes to mind, but there’s more.

          True, the 90’s were the fattest of the fat years. The richest America will ever be. If only we had used the wealth to invest in a sustainable future… if only the appropriate technology people, the environmentalists and Carter had been listened to in the 70’s… if only… if only…

          Too late now.

          • Disaffected January 21, 2022 at 6:05 pm #

            If only we had made peace with the Russians when they were down. They were ripe for “honest” capitalist exploitation (assuming there’s even such a thing), but instead we sent in the infamous “The Chicago Boys” to go in rape, loot, and plunder for all they were worth, just like we have with every other third world country we’ve ever dealt with, and now 30 years later the chickens have come home to roost.

            Clinton was certainly an affable rogue that people flocked to (I was one), but there’s no doubt whatsoever now that he set the table for everything that happened after he left office. Perhaps it was all inevitable, but man, what an opportunity missed. And now, history will be rolling on without us. A “New American Century,” indeed, just not the one we ever imagined it would be.

          • Paula D January 21, 2022 at 7:25 pm #

            Gosh, Ru and Dis, I wonder if there is any connection between “the 90s were the richest time for America” and in the 90s “the Russians were down and we looted them”.

          • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 7:31 pm #

            Clinton & his gruesome spouse were both young Repub types, used to break strike lines on dates. He was mentored by Poppy Bush. I think their rise to power was orchestrated. He was a fake Democrat, but he normalized fake Democrats.

          • Paula D January 21, 2022 at 7:34 pm #

            He helped Poppy Bush by letting him use the Mena airport to train terrorists and run guns and drugs.
            I think they let him win because they had baby Bushes in the wings for 2000+.
            They thought it would be Jeb though, not the idiot son.

          • Blackbird January 22, 2022 at 2:00 pm #

            I wouldn’t put Reagan in the good basket either. Remember, he’s the one who ripped Jimmy Carter’s solar panels off the White House roof. Use up our resources because the world’s about to end anyway (Sec. of Int. Watt), support jihadists, “War on Drugs” (net result: lower coke prices and higher quality – oh, and crack), sell off industry and property to China… But covered with a rich, high-fructose frosting of “patriotism” – mmmmm, yum yum!

        • Roundball Shaman January 21, 2022 at 4:41 pm #

          “Country number one. Since the election of 2000, that has not been the case.”

          ‘Country Number One’ is STILL in effect since 2000. It’s just not the SAME Country that They had worked for before that date!…

          The UniParty political fraternity ALWAYS believes in doing ‘what’s good for the Nation’. The problem is, they first check with their campaign funders to see which Nation it’s going to be on that day.

          It’s like the saying, “We Serve And Protect”. Sounds good, but they always leave off the ending. Serve and protect… WHO?

        • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 4:48 pm #

          In fact I took a glance at Breitbart just now, and couldn’t believe my eyes. All about how “weak” the admin is, not confronting Russia enough, letting Putin get his way…

          I suspected for some time that this particular outlet had been neutralized, but it’s a fact now. The reason I got suspicious was their other canard, about B not being “strong” on covid, “more infected and dead than with Trump”, etc.

          There’s very little left that will approximate my political thinking. Mr K. Mr Greer. The Saker. News-aggregators Revolver & Cryptogon. Orlov, Escobar, RT (being aware of their agendas, of course). Ms Tverberg. Spectator UK, Taki, Malcom Kyeyune.

          I don’t do TV, but Tucker’s clips online, I generally agree with. Seems like Rogan is a new force and I generally agree with what I read he said.

          Compare these dozen voices with thousands pounding the opposite points.

          • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 5:01 pm #

            Coulter, maybe. The WSJ is the lone major paper that maintains a shade of dissent – good writers like McGurn, Baker. With heavy doses of Peggy Noonan (ugh!) and the rest. What am I missing? Mike Ruppert and Joe Bageant are dead. Their stuff still reads like it was written today, though.

          • Islander January 21, 2022 at 5:51 pm #

            The Saker is good on geopolitics in the Slavic sphere.

            yet he is an idiot on covid, so he is unable to integrate any realistic analysis of what this worldwide op means into his otherwise interesting and informed (because he is russian) analysis.

            Some contributors on his blog have stepped gingerly on the covid third rail, but basically I think The Saker—who has become very pugnacious lately–is missing a big piece in the Big Picture.

          • MaryQueen January 22, 2022 at 10:16 am #

            I heard a good question recently though. Note how easily we fall again and again for controlled opposition:

            Why in this climate of censorship against all things covid, was Joe Rogan allowed not one but two hours-long interviews which got over 50 million views? Why wasn’t it shut down and censored?

            They are about to flip the script.

        • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 5:30 pm #

          Clinton repealed Glass Steagal, ergo the 2008 crash

          • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 5:45 pm #

            yep, that was another one.

          • MaryQueen January 21, 2022 at 7:28 pm #

            Rachel Madcow outright lied about that on her show.

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        • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 6:18 pm #

          Dis,

          the Chicago Boys… yep, we had a lot of experience with them in South America. Basically, show up, wave some academic credentials around, and proceed to loot freely.

          “What an opportunity missed…” – Indeed.

          Islander,

          yeah, the Saker is a bit of a puzzle. C19 is a blind spot, for sure. Same with others I mentioned. I forgot Greenwald & Taibbi, and especially the latter has the blind spot, too – although he resists authoritarian mandates.

    • messianicdruid January 21, 2022 at 5:49 pm #

      “But maybe the ‘hated ones’ could take an honest look at themselves and ask, ‘Do They have a point here?’ ”

      Understanding why some christians are hated is easy. Understanding why Christ is hated is not.

      • Roundball Shaman January 21, 2022 at 6:18 pm #

        “Understanding why some christians are hated is easy. Understanding why Christ is hated is not.”

        In both cases, Christians and Jesus can both be ‘hated’ for the same reason: They rattle someone else’s World view. They offer different viewpoints that makes others uncomfortable who don’t want to be challenged. Or they threaten someone else’s power in some way.

        In the case of Jesus, a Savior figure by itself is off-putting to some folks.

        In the case of Christians, certain powerful forces want to brand them as ‘dangerous’ because the wont ‘Follow Orders!’ enough to satisfy the haters. And the whole idea today of branding some groups as dangerous is becoming a growing industry unto itself.
        Powerful forces have much to gain by calling others dangerous whether they actually are or not.

  39. JohnAZ January 21, 2022 at 4:04 pm #

    Remember when Trump queried Denmark about acquiring Greenland?

    Think he did not acknowledge AGW.

    Right now as I look forward, I see a global contest coming to acquire rights to three areas, Greenland, Canada and Siberia. All resource rich, wooded, primeval.

    Just like the US was in 1620.

    This country has just about been destroyed by people , the globalists are just moving on to the next targets. The next 78 years will transform the world.

    • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 4:26 pm #

      Greenland wooded? Just a little bit on parts of the Southeast coast. Stunted trees, much like Newfoundland.

      One assumes it was better in Viking times, to tempt them to come there at all.

      Parts of Siberia are ok, like Southern Canada. It’s all under-populated and the Chinese want the part they use to have, back.

      • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 8:09 pm #

        Make that the Southwest coast

    • SW January 21, 2022 at 4:33 pm #

      @John — Canada, Russia and Brazil all have large fresh water reserves and so does America with the great lakes. But we also have large populations in desert-like states with high demand.

      • Islander January 21, 2022 at 5:53 pm #

        “But we also have large populations in desert-like states with high demand.”

        How can these continue? There are going to be internal water wars. Before you even get to hydropower.

    • tucsonspur January 21, 2022 at 5:17 pm #

      The Die-Centennial, John. 54 tears. 2076.

      • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 10:29 am #

        TS

        You are an optimist.

        The oil dry up in the years before 2050 is going to splinter this country.

        Global warming will warm up more of Greenland, as the ice retreats, it will return to Viking time. If the ice disappears, it will be a legitimate arable country. Canada and Siberia both have all the resources, waterways, fresh water, potential for hydrodynamic power, open land, woods etc. that the US used to have.

        Kids today in the US have to seriously consider moving to more promising areas, China, Russia even Canada, and I did forget the Southern Hemisphere, Brazil, New Zealand, Australia and parts of Africa. This could be the revenge of conservative America, send all the woke infected, race , women and deviate studies losers to other countries to destroy them.

        Even Boomers could be considering expat to get away from the Deep State insane asylum.

        Different folks have compared humans to a virus, they move in then move on when all the resources are used up. It has been that way forever. The US may be the latest example.

    • Blackbird January 22, 2022 at 2:29 pm #

      Greenland? Resource rich – yes. Wooded – no. Forget agriculture. Think there’s any soil beneath the ice sheet? Glacial retreat may pulverize some of the underlying rock, but there has been no vegetation growing, decaying, and producing dirt for hundreds of thousands, maybe millions of years. And when the ice sheet’s gone, the center of Greenland will be a lake – the weight of the ice sheet has pressed the surface of the land down 300 feet. But, isostatic rebound! Ok, a few hundred thousand years and the lake will be gone – but ya still ain’t go no dirt. Gonna take a Yuuuuge investment of fossil fuels (shipping, fertilizer, and grinding rocks to soil) – once the ice sheet is gone – to get any serious agriculture going once “Climate Change” turns Greenland into a temperate utopia. I’m sure we are strategically reserving oil for just such an occasion…

      Trump must be quite the forward-looking optimist if he sees Greenland as a great agricultural investment.

      “The next 78 years…”?

      Jaros, what part of Siberia did China formerly own? None that I know of. (Of course it can depend on one’s novel definition of “Siberia” and/or “China”.)

  40. anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 4:30 pm #

    News from the gr8 white not,… helping with a reno yesterday, owner said, ‘I really want you to get the vax so it goes easy on you when, (not if), you get it. This person, fully jabbed had formerly been pretty receptive to my schpeel.

    I think, like jaz, they can hear reason, but it is wiped with every step into the msm gong show. No stats, no facts, no truth remains. I think no matter what transpires we are on our own in truth & peril.

    Loved Jims offering today. How to make a mockery of the madness of war, here’s how… go to top of page.
    Ps, for a sec there I thought jhk was calling me a junkyard dog.
    Plus 1000 for tossing the guats to the bear with bananas!

    • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 5:03 pm #

      anmari,

      helping a reno how? And what does it have to do with vaxx status?

      • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 5:18 pm #

        Clean up crew. Got a load of booze and spices and bamboo sheets from the storage outbuilding they wanted empty.
        Money….they were chucking solid oak doors in perfect condition, painting over irreplaceable old growth wood paneling, a bit of flood remediation too, tearing down drywall and insulation. I told them to turn off the water b4 the big freeze we had, nope. At least I cleaned up. Linen, dishes, candles, oil lamps.
        Money is wasted on the dumb. They’re replacing everything with crap from China.
        Vax status. Just a genuinely concerned richy rich, fully vexxed to travel n work n partay! Seriously worried about cancelled flights and highways and ferries, this person who I like a lot can’t see the big picture and I am no help with my emotions getting in the way of clear succinct explanaitions.
        So, I pray.

        • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 5:26 pm #

          Wow. Well, at least you freestyled a lot of nice stuff. That’s me too… dumpster diver, barter, Salvation Army… everything but the big store.

          You cannot get on the BC ferries without a pass now?

          • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 8:13 pm #

            No pass req yet, but highways out of dodge are closed or ify. They opened the milk run to the interior for peeps but coquahalla still only for truckerz and cops.
            I think their saving that highway to take the damned to their hidden prison about 4 hours out of van.

            Yes, I truly cleaned up. Dried out a nice runner for the floor last night. Too much stuff not enough time. ?

        • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 8:08 pm #

          Change can be found under seat cushions. The words of the prophets are written on the subway walls.

          • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 11:53 pm #

            And that’s change you can believe in!

  41. tucsonspur January 21, 2022 at 5:07 pm #

    They’re tearing the country down piece by piece. They took a little piece of me when they removed the statue of Teddy Roosevelt from the American Museum of Natural History in NYC. I visited the museum many times and saw that great work on each visit, and the fond memories still remain.

    It’s said that the objection was not to Teddy himself, but to the statue’s ‘hierarchical composition’. No, don’t believe it for a second. To the woke, he was too manly, filled with toxic masculinity, and too rugged and too white to be revered.

    Critics do have their place, and Mr. Roosevelt knew exactly where that was.

    “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.”

    That’s Teddy the man, and he’s just not wanted these days, he’s sooo outdated.

    Yes, the ‘old America’ is being sliced up piece by piece, thrown into the corrosive, woke melting pot of diversity and delusion as we pathetically watch and do nothing.

    • Night Owl January 21, 2022 at 5:14 pm #

      Would Teddy have taken the untested corporate swill in his arm?

      Three times?

      LOL.

      • tucsonspur January 21, 2022 at 5:23 pm #

        Shameless putz looking for another spanking! I refuse.

        I will point out that you’re wrong again on the 3 times.

        Usual ignorant arrogance.

        • Night Owl January 21, 2022 at 5:45 pm #

          The history shows you getting spanked repeatedly.

          I participated only a few times, out of empathy for your condition.

    • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 5:35 pm #

      That’s a great quote, Tucson.

      Sounds a bit like Kurtz, of Conrad’s “Heart of Darkness”

      • tucsonspur January 21, 2022 at 5:46 pm #

        Thanks Rulo, keep the good work coming.

      • Islander January 21, 2022 at 6:01 pm #

        Sounds like a major exercise in self-aggrandizement and romanticizing. Here is an account of his actual military career, in Wiki:

        “His wife and mother both died in the same night and he was psychologically devastated. He recuperated by buying and operating a cattle ranch in the Dakotas. He served as Assistant Secretary of the Navy under President William McKinley and ***in 1898 helped plan the highly successful naval war against Spain. He resigned to help form and lead the Rough Riders, a unit that fought the Spanish army in Cuba to great publicity. ***”

        Roosevelt genuinely accomplished a lot in his life that is worthy of admiration. But at heart he was a glorified cowboy wannabe who had missed the Great Western Expansion Adventure.

        • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 8:15 pm #

          And his amazon adventure was an excersize in complete ignorance.

        • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2022 at 8:27 pm #

          TR also wrote and published 40 books, some still in print.

          • Blackbird January 22, 2022 at 2:49 pm #

            Churchill also wrote a lot of books. To paraphrase: “History shall be kind to me, for I intend to write it.”

            Teddy Roosevelt’s image profited from his writing.

            Conveniently for our heroes from the past, they aren’t with us today fucking things up and allowing us to see how flawed they really are/were.

  42. GreenAlba January 21, 2022 at 5:19 pm #

    French rugby player down – age 29.

    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/sport/football/jordan-michallet-dead-french-rugby-stunned-after-fly-half-s-death-aged-29/ar-AAT066q?ocid=msedgntp

    How can sports supporters not be noticing? It’s not like there aren’t a lot of supporters, and they can usually tell you everything about everybody in their favourite sport.

    No cause of death, obviously.

    • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 5:30 pm #

      GA,

      I notice. I loosely follow rugby & football (used to play both). Funny how the MSM never tells you about a vaxx connection. “Just dropped on the field! No cause!”

      Sergio Aguero, one of the highest ranked footballers, is one. Premier League & Argie Nat team. Just “retired”. Cardiac issues.

      Even football-mad Argie media, which will tell you what kind of underwear he uses and how many mistresses he has, were mum about this. You had to go to alt US or UK media to find out.

      • gustafson.robert.22 January 21, 2022 at 5:46 pm #

        it might not be the case. it could be tuscon’s “bad batches…

        but what’s to show every multiple-vaxxed person has not had years to a decade shaved off life-expectancy with cardiovasc damage?

        the spectrum of realistic possibility is wide

        • GreenAlba January 21, 2022 at 5:54 pm #

          See my comment below re ‘bad batches’, Robert (there certainly are, but not *accidentally* bad batches).

          I’d say the spectrum of realistic possibility is extremely narrow.

        • tucsonspur January 21, 2022 at 5:56 pm #

          Gustaf, it’s a fair question if it isn’t happening much in the states or in other locales and is happening only in a few other countries.

          Maybe you’re better informed than I am on these matters, so if you are let me know why it isn’t happening much here, if at all.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 21, 2022 at 6:06 pm #

            it is though. vax injuries are pretty widespread. but do seem to concentrate in places sometimes.

            i’m sure you think these injuries are extremely rare. but VAERS, anecdotes, and reports that do get out just dont back that

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 21, 2022 at 6:09 pm #

            i mean, compared to historical vaccine programs. its a small percentage, but not small enough

          • GreenAlba January 22, 2022 at 6:05 am #

            Robert, re historical vaccine programmes, compared to this one, see slides 21 and 22, in particular. All slides worth looking closely at, though. A cursory read will take you no more than 15-20 minutes.

            https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/11SqfJ5m_rvBfssP_wtgGEdgpUue6KH0WXxrfpNADp1c/edit#slide=id.gfbf3631257_7_57

    • tucsonspur January 21, 2022 at 5:38 pm #

      I don’t know if this is happening much over here, GA. Could it be bad batches or something?

      • Night Owl January 21, 2022 at 5:46 pm #

        LOL.

        You could not script this stuff.

      • GreenAlba January 21, 2022 at 5:50 pm #

        Tucson

        You really need to listen to Mike Yeadon talking to Reiner Fuellmich about ‘bad batches’.

        https://odysee.com/@Corona-Investigative-Committee:5/Mike-Session-86-en:0

        He says it’s almost unheard of for pharma companies to *accidentally* produce bad batches. It’s their core function to get the same product into every vial time after time after time.

        But they haven’t. As I’m sure you’ve heard on here already, a team of scientists has plotted the batch numbers against the deaths on VAERS and they have incontrovertible proof that (a) there was premeditation and (b) Moderna, Pfizer and Janssen took turns to experiment on their victims with their most lethal batches. That means incontrovertible proof of mass murder.

        Will you listen to it?

        Re the footballers/rugby players, there was talk that the games are more strenuous than American football and baseball, but I don’t know. Vaxx + strenuous activity seems to be a serious risk.

        • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 5:56 pm #

          American football is not very athletic at all. Seems to me it’s stoppage time most of the time, while fat men in tights talk. One second of action, 10 or 20 of non-action.

          Baseball is not very demanding, either, in aerobic terms.

          Basketball is different. And there have been cases of players collapsing in the US, I believe. And elsewhere.

          Football – soccer – is one of the most demanding sports, period. You just cannot play it if you’re not fit as a fiddle.

          • tucsonspur January 21, 2022 at 6:26 pm #

            Yes, basketball is different. I don’t follow basketball, so if anyone knows of any players here dropping dead on the court or dying after hospitalization, I’d like to know their names, teams.

            Mucho thanks.

          • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 7:27 pm #

            They are obviously targeting soccer players, testing the strength of their mass formation psychosis.

            John Havilcek’s heart rate never got out of the 30’s – like a world class marathoner. He ran those young Blacks into the ground, though not particularly fast.

          • Paula D January 21, 2022 at 7:41 pm #

            I tried to post a bit chute video compiling dead Americans, but apparently wordpress won’t let bit chute go through.
            Try putting “Many young, strong athletes are dying suddenly Why?” in a search engine.
            They are dying. It’s just that their deaths are a ”mystery” and don’t usually make the news.

          • debt January 22, 2022 at 12:33 am #

            The ball is in play, on average, only 11 minutes during a football game. 60 minutes w/ halftime can take 3 hours. Which is why I don’t watch it.

        • tucsonspur January 21, 2022 at 5:58 pm #

          Yes, I will.

          • GreenAlba January 21, 2022 at 5:59 pm #

            Excellent. 🙂

          • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 7:28 pm #

            Old fashioned Indians (dot) considered showing your teeth in a smile to be offensive. Restraint, always restraint, except among intimates.

          • GreenAlba January 22, 2022 at 5:59 am #

            My smiley is not showing his/her teeth. S/he demonstrates decorum.

          • Jarek January 22, 2022 at 12:14 pm #

            We need a new Smiley then, one that shows it’s teeth in ferocious Good Will and commitment to the Dharma – like the Guards that adorn Buddhist Temples.

            Not to give Fauci what he deserves it to be unjust not only to ourselves, but to him as well.

        • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 8:06 pm #

          On your husband knowing more:

          Knowledge has no capacity to dispel ignorance. Knowledge is a false phenomenon. It is not wisdom at all; it is just the opposite of wisdom. Knowledge is borrowed; wisdom is the flowering of your innermost being….No university can offer it, no scripture can offer it and no scholarship is capable of doing it. They are all impotent efforts, but they have been deceiving millions of people for thousands of years. Yes they make you knowledgeable. To be knowledgeable is one thing, to know is totally different.

          Osho

          Jarek: Facts? But can you use them, make them dance? Put them together in a new theory? Medical cookbook recipes? Ok, of some use, but for something new or unusual? No, real knowledge is required. Wisdom.

          • GreenAlba January 22, 2022 at 5:52 am #

            I totally agree about knowledge and wisdom and have always agreed on that.

            I still expected doctors to know more than I did about immunology, even though most doctors only study a tiny bit of immunology, if they’re not going to specialise in it. At one point hubby said ‘immunology is rocket science’ – he was aware of his lack of knowledge, but believed they knew what they were doing (which, of course they did – the ones at the top – but not in the way we should have been able to expect). So his error was the same as mine. He’s just less good than I am at admitting the extent of his error.

            He’s read Kennedy’s book. So he knows what’s going on (although, still fighting the truth, he called it a ‘rant’). But he lives his life as if he didn’t know the truth. Possibly he can’t cope with it psychologically – that would make sense in the context of his personality and family history.

            A couple of days he sent an email to me and his sister with a load of shill-material from his doctors’ blog about Pfizer. Red rag to a bull, as I said to them I replied (his sister had previous said she didn’t want to hear any vaxx stories) ad cc’d his younger brother in Dublin, giving them a whole lot of the truth, including Mike Yeadon’s revelations about the lethal batches.

            No comment – and they continue as if there is nothing happening. Presumably they talk about me behind my back as an ‘anti-vaxxer’. Who knows?

          • GreenAlba January 22, 2022 at 5:54 am #

            *couple of days ago*

          • GreenAlba January 22, 2022 at 5:56 am #

            Grrrr … sorry, wrote that too quickly.

            *Red rag to a bull, as I said to them. I replied (his sister had previously said she didn’t want to […]*

      • Blackbird January 22, 2022 at 3:04 pm #

        “Bad batches”?!

        Yeah, because “vaccines” are produced in rinky-dink factories by high school drop-outs just like condoms, Coco-Cola and cars, and things just “go wrong” sometimes. Somebody had a bad day and stamped out some bad widgets. Maybe a fly fell into the teletype and sent a wrong order to the 3D printer. Like all the 2×4’s of various dimensions you find at the lumber yard. Or those condoms that are too short. Coke that tastes like Pepsi. 3-wheeled cars. Oops!

        “Bad batches”… Sure.

    • Night Owl January 21, 2022 at 5:47 pm #

      They are noticing. The media just continues its job.

      Remember, these incidents were “common” and “we just didn’t know about them.”

      Same line they trot out about the kids.

    • Disaffected January 21, 2022 at 5:55 pm #

      I can only conclude that the pro-vaxx supporters chalk it up to “acceptable losses to protect the greater good,” or some such nonsense, although they certainly can’t come right out and say that in polite company. The fact that all this is for something akin to the common cold or an annual bout with influenza (which has also been very effectively demonized over the years) at the very worst just underlines the irony in the situation. Who knew people could possibly be so damn stupid?

      I recall K-Dog’s hyperventilation on this board back when this thing first kicked off. He was literally a candidate for physical restraints, he was so worked up. I wonder if he finally got over it? He was a pretty reasonable sort until ConVid came along.

      • Rulo Deschamps January 21, 2022 at 6:00 pm #

        “He was literally a candidate for physical restraints”, ha! Yeah, I remember him.

        Never struck me as “pretty reasonable” though.

        • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 6:48 pm #

          I mentioned the 300 and some pro athletes dying or myocarding or jamming to the reno person yesterday.
          They said, ‘but millions of vaxxes have been given.’
          Pretty good come back!
          I said, ‘the norm is 1 athlete p/year dying.’ (Out of my a$$).
          End of convo.

          I didn’t remember the bad batches. !

          List of athletes…

          https://goodsciencing.com/covid/athletes-suffer-cardiac-arrest-die-after-covid-shot/

          • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 7:05 pm #

            Alba, dr said Maxwell, international ballroom dancer was downed by the f-eye-zer vex, uk.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 21, 2022 at 7:11 pm #

            a comparison of athlete heart episodes in 2021 vs pre covid would be nice

            it is more than 1 a year covid or no covid

            but im not researching

            the VAERS numbers are enough to demotivate me for further research

      • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 7:19 pm #

        Kdog was in a state of abject terror – like Howard Stern. Believing in masking et al despite his scientific training.

        Jung: Ever issue for people over 40 has to do with religion or to put in another way, their fear of death.

        None of the Founders thought that a secular society was such a great idea, knowing that people need Meaning, and this is how most get it.

        • Disaffected January 21, 2022 at 8:22 pm #

          Yep.I have to agree with all that. Put another way, if you destroy their belief in religion, then you damn well better have a viable alternative (i.e.; NOT mere mindless consumption or gratuitous ego gratification) in mind. Leaving them to fend for themselves in a spiritual void is a criminal act.

          @rulo: K-Dog was always an extremist of sorts (probably fits about 50% of us here, LOL!) but he definitely took a dive into the deep end when ConVid came along. Frothing at the mouth, he was.

      • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2022 at 8:23 pm #

        K Dog has his own site Chasing the Squirrel, check it out.

        He puts a lot into it.

        • malthuss January 21, 2022 at 10:04 pm #

          its junk>

          here, copy pasted

          X-Tortion
          Friday November 19th,

          Several years ago, I received a very fancy bulk mail from the American Republican Party. It stank of prejudice, xenophobia, class hate, with a long list of pompous misinformation.

          I was upset. Veins popping out of neck upset. The mailing looked fancy and expensive. I had an idea. I replied to this affront to my sensibilities by registering for the American Republican Party. There was an included postcard for registration

          • BackRowHeckler January 21, 2022 at 10:46 pm #

            Yeah KDog thinks along those lines. You don’t have to agree with what he says to find his site interesting. He’s an old time Hippie and a Wobbly, the kind of Washington State communist who in the 1930s travelled to Spain and joined the Lincoln Brigade.

  43. thirdcoastlegend January 21, 2022 at 5:45 pm #

    Meanwhile, according to the People’s Coalition of NY the Hoch-ghoul is attempting to sidestep the state legislature to make the emergency proclamations around face diapers permanent, enforceable laws:

    https://www.peoplescoalitionforny.org/calls-to-action

  44. anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 6:00 pm #

    https://youtu.be/i5Yc-XIjExg
    To increase your provisions

    • Jarek January 21, 2022 at 7:24 pm #

      https://www.barnhardt.biz/2022/01/21/dont-be-dumb-obedience-has-nothing-to-do-with-it-theyre-all-blackmailable/

      The human element in the Church has failed completely. Rome is the abode of the Antichrist – formally installed decades ago in a ritual described by Malachai Martin in his novel, The Windswept House (not on December 8). His other abode is Jerusalem.

      • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 11:46 pm #

        Just finished dn vid on anns site. She bugs me. Vid had some good points.

        • Jarek January 22, 2022 at 12:38 pm #

          Bugs=Challenges. You like to be challenged, right? Almost no one does…..

          Never forget that she is more ortho-dox or right believing than you. She’s the real thing. And real Catholicism is ferocious. In order to protect yourself, you forgot what the Catechism said. Don’t do it like that. Embrace the chasm. You go with Mercy before Justice – and that is wise. But Mercy only has meaning in the context of Justice. If given to the world without Justice, it simply caters to the worst in humanity. So the face the Church must show to the world is Justice first. In their personal spirituality, many will choose as you have.

          Her frenemy Liz Lev in Rome left the confessional box with a triumphant smirk and said, Gotta love the Catholic Church. Free and clear! In other words, no remorse. Utter presumption. This is what Ann hates and she is 100% right in this.

          • anmariwakaranai January 22, 2022 at 11:22 pm #

            Free n clear is bs. Perfect contririon ain’t easy. Have I ever achieved it? Not judging by my actions.
            Yes on mercy. But justice? I know what I deserve. I just hope there’s a chance in hell I get mercy.
            I honestly never learned the catechism. What I know is gleaned, like what I have.

          • Jarek January 23, 2022 at 3:04 pm #

            Maybe you should remedy that. Buy one used for a dollar or two. Or take it out of the library.

            Again, I’m not telling you to change what you believe about hell. I’m with you on that. But the official doctrine should interest you and might even help, for God’s sake!

  45. tom clark January 21, 2022 at 7:44 pm #

    Hey OG…how’d you fare in court on the 18th? Your friends at CFN want to know.

    • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 8:20 pm #

      Did you know Og is mentioned in psalm 136, and not in a good way.
      Hopefully he’ll use his gfs computer to say hi.

    • jim e January 21, 2022 at 9:45 pm #

      OG has been silent.
      Does ELY know inything?

      • anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 11:34 pm #

        Og had divorce court stuff and got banned by wp apparently.

        • jim e January 22, 2022 at 12:08 am #

          OG did not like ELY?

          • jim e January 22, 2022 at 12:11 am #

            he loved jesus too much

          • jim e January 22, 2022 at 12:13 am #

            OG

          • jim e January 22, 2022 at 12:20 am #

            BUT what OG could not digest is that HIS name ain’t jesus… not a pig eater…

          • jim e January 22, 2022 at 12:23 am #

            But HE would have taken the VAX?

          • jim e January 22, 2022 at 12:26 am #

            SON OF GOD And Born of Virgin? Follow the SCIENCE?

          • jim e January 22, 2022 at 12:34 am #

            I am getting ready to be reduced to nothing but the good news is that I am not in the market.

          • jim e January 22, 2022 at 12:48 am #

            I am the Jester…. Not to be confused with the JESUIT.

          • jim e January 22, 2022 at 12:59 am #

            And when I showed my 20 yo son your recent work he paused to think. Did you use daddy too many times?

  46. Jarek January 21, 2022 at 7:55 pm #

    Morris Van de Camp on Great Men

    Gerald L. K. Smith

    He was a Disciples of Christ minister who created a right-wing movement that was pretty successful in the late 1950s and early 1960s. After reading his material, I realized that his ideas influenced the Trump administration. For example, Smith proposed that the US should buy Greenland from the Crown of Denmark. President Trump proposed that. This idea is not irrational. The United States has more soldiers defending Greenland than Denmark, and it is an important piece of ground between the Russian bomber base at Murmansk and the East Coast. Additionally, Smith was suspicious of America’s alliance system and President Trump certainly felt same.

    Smith started his career as a minister and focused initially on moral issues. He got into radical politics only after Huey Long was assassinated. In his long career as an activist, he had his material translated into Polish – thereby paving the way for the Reagan administration’s support for Poland during the Cold War. He later created a publishing empire, and eventually made a dying small town in the Ozarks a tourist mecca by moving there and starting a museum and Passion Play. Basically, everything he touched turned to gold, though he was something of a Billy Sunday/Elmer Gantry sort of character.

    Ian Paisley

    I don’t really want to take sides in the Northern Ireland mess and I’m not an Ulsterman or whatever. (I was accused of this after I wrote an article about the Troubles in Northern Ireland.) The article grew out of research from an earlier article I wrote about Woodrow Wilson. After reflecting on the situation, I realized that the Unionists won the conflict. I decided to find out why.

    After reading a great many books and watching a number of documentaries relating to the matter, I determined that the Unionists, as a group, made considerably better and more grounded decisions during the Troubles. The most effective Unionist was Ian Paisley, a Free Presbyterian minister. Paisley decided to become a minister while cutting peat and thinking about moral issues as a teenager. He didn’t get into politics until he was in his forties in the late 1960s. So Paisley had decades of experience in moral and spiritual thought before he organized a political movement.

    Rev. Ian Paisley launches election campaign
    Feb. 2, 1969 – Rev. Ian Paisley launches election campaign. Photo shows the Rev. Ian Paisley, accompanied by his wife walking at the weekend in procession through Lisburn, Co. Antrim to launch his campaign. (Credit Image: © Keystone Press Agency / ZUMA Wire)

    Two of his rivals were Martin McGuinness and Gerry Adams. I realized that both of those men made poor decisions compared to Paisley and the Unionists. Neither man was able to use the IRA bombing campaign to effect a political change — attitudes only hardened. The bombing of a dog breeder’s convention in the late 1970s was so horrific that they lost the war because of it. It just took two more decades before they noticed. Meanwhile, the IRA’s security chief was a British informant and there were IRA murders of suspected informants all the time. You could say this was counterproductive.

    I even watched McGuinness go to a mosque in Northern Ireland and virtue signal in one TV program. This was after 9-11. I found it baffling that McGuinness would do this after he had been involved in an insurgency partially based on sectarian issues. In his writings, Gerry Adams writes a great deal about leftist unicorns, apologizes for “gendered language,” etc. There is very little focus on the vast job of uniting Northern Ireland with Ireland. He has no thought about what to do about the Protestant Unionists if he won.

    Hassan Nasrallah

    I mentioned Nasrallah of Hezbollah above, and I’ll say here that the Shia of Lebanon had developed a considerable body of spiritual metapolitcal work prior to the Israeli invasion of Southern Lebanon in the early 1980s. The Hezbollah fighters eventually drove Israel out of Lebanon in 2000 and then fought them to a standstill in 2006. This was the first time that Arabs had driven the Israelis out of their territory and was a remarkable achievement.

    So Smith, Paisley, and Nasrallah. All advocates for their people who thought hard about moral and spiritual issues prior to their involvement in politics. During their careers they all made decisions that led to successful outcomes. I think that there is something to thinking about moral and spiritual matters first and worldly matters second that create a framework of thought which leads to positive outcomes.

    I’ll leave off this item by comparing the careers of two US Secretaries of State: William Jennings Bryan and Colin Powell. The former thought about moral matters and although he was never elected president, his ideas for reform were eventually adopted. Colin Powell was merely a ticket-punching affirmative action hireling that lied about weapons of mass destruction to get Americans to invade Iraq.

    I’ve written more than 100 articles for Counter-Currents but I still don’t think I’ve matched the spiritual truths in George Harrison’s My Sweet Lord, or my Boomer parents who taught Sunday School, or T.S. Eliot, John Milton, William Bradford, John Wesley, and Pope John Paul II. But, I suppose there is nothing to do but continue to labor towards those sunlit uplands.

    Jarek: He believes giving South Africa to the Bantus was overt Negro worship, a great disaster and an act of madness. I concur. Thus he believes the Cape, a White/Colored region, should push for secession. It would be a way of making amends for the incredible crime of destroying White South Africa.

  47. Jarek January 21, 2022 at 8:31 pm #

    The fault lines between civilizations will become the battle lines of the future.

    Samuel Huntington

    His map of World Civilizations is just as important as the female voting map of last week. One such fault line runs right through Ukraine, on one side Western civilization and on the other, Orthodox civilization.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clash_of_Civilizations

  48. Pucker January 21, 2022 at 10:51 pm #

    According to the book “The Real Anthony Fauci”, one of Fauci’s biggest money-making scams was HIV and AIDS. He killed a lot of gays with his AZT. He now pushes the dangerous Remdesivir.

    In fact, AIDS is probably caused not by HIV, but rather by the reckless, promiscuous gay lifestyle and the use of “Poppers” as a party drug.

  49. SpeedyBB January 21, 2022 at 11:38 pm #

    Folks, I am curious about this [supremely arrogant] notion of “changing the narrative”. I wonder whether this template might be a helpful guide to what the federal traitors are up to:

    https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Cycle-of-narrative-change-four-modes-of-paradigm-change-reflected-in-their-narratives_fig3_264441427

  50. jim e January 21, 2022 at 11:47 pm #

    I couldnt find my glasses… Sorry… Rates go negative?

  51. anmariwakaranai January 21, 2022 at 11:59 pm #

    Kessa. Good stuff last night!

  52. KesaAnna January 22, 2022 at 4:00 am #

    ” I say, just throw Guatemala over the fence, let the bear chew on that, including a few bananas for dessert. There it is: problem solved. ”

    –JHK

    Lol ,

    Actually you COULD — sort of — do that.

    Back in the good old days of the Holy Roman Empire of the German People ,

    the state of Hesse – Cassel at one point managed to field an army of 40,000 troops.

    And they were pretty darn good troops too. Like the Swiss , they had an excellent reputation for troop quality.

    But Hesse – Cassel was a state roughly the size of three or four American counties.

    How could such a tiny state afford to maintain 40,000 top – notch troops ?

    Again like the Swiss , the Landgrave of Hesse – Cassel hired out his army to anyone who would pay.

    ( A standard condition of the hiring contract was that in the unlikely event that someone declared war on Hesse – Cassel itself , the hired army was subject to immediate recall. )

    So the State of Hesse – Cassel not only didn’t really have to subsidize such an over – sized army , but actually was making a hefty profit off of its army.

    You might think the average Hessian peasant would resent serving as a kind of military whore ?

    But as near as we can determine the average Hessian thought it was a good deal.

    Hesse was about 80% agricultural laborers .

    As I understand it , Hesse is fairly decent farm land.

    The bad news about agriculture though , is that be the land good or bad , farming typically doesn’t pay very well.

    Fruit trees and berry bushes take ten or twenty years to grow up to amount to anything.

    Improving soil quality again takes ten or twenty years .

    Improving livestock quality again takes ten or twenty years.

    It’s all long term pay offs and high overhead costs in the present.

    A man can push a plow while his wife pulls it , and if they both bust ass , and nothing bad happens , they might break even.

    But if the man goes into the Hessian army the wife can now buy an ox to pull the plow she pushes.

    And arguably one ox is worth three husbands.

    Also , while throughout Europe millions of agricultural laborers are renters working someone elses land ,

    The army family can afford to buy its own land.

    What if our soldier gets his head blown off ?

    Another condition of the hiring contract was that the hiring party had to compensate the Landgrave of Hesse – Cassel , and the soldiers family , for a soldier who winds up dead.

    So , sort of like you see now with life insurance policies in some cases , at least in the short term , a person is in dollars and cents worth more dead than alive.

    So if your soldier gets killed in the war , jeez , now you can buy three oxen , a stove , and your own land.

    Terrible that he got killed and all , we will remember him fondly , but nobody refuses the check.

    So a system that benefits the Lord , the Peasant , and the country as a whole generally.

    It certainly has problems , though.

    Like it makes a mockery of , ” Ask not what your country can do for you , ask what you can do for your country ! ”

    The system — and blatantly so — is about bread and butter , not patriotism.

    I would argue though that no one ever really complains much when compensation is adequate or good.

    It’s when things tip over into plain exploitation , and you get a pittance or nothing for your being screwed over.

    Then the complaints start piling up , and if it continues there is trouble in Shangri – La.

    But , yeah , you actually could send Guatamalan’s to fight the Russian bear.

  53. KesaAnna January 22, 2022 at 4:15 am #

    Hey OG…how’d you fare in court on the 18th? Your friends at CFN want to know.

    Like him or dislike him , it yet seemed to me that OG was too honest , too genuine , too candid , given constitutionally and reflexively to assume good will , good character , honesty and the like in others.

    Very , very bad traits to carry in to any legal system.

    My casino bet , then , — even at this point knowing absolutely nothing — is that he came off badly.

    ” Your friends at CFN …. ”

    He might be quite surprised and gratified to learn though that he was more popular and more fondly thought of than he could dare to imagine .

    No wonder CFN has exploded in popularity . It isn’t such a bad place after all.

    ” … got banned by wp apparently. ”

    Acronyms , grrr .

    What is , ” WP ” ?

    • GreenAlba January 22, 2022 at 5:32 am #

      WordPress. It hosts CFN.

      • benr January 22, 2022 at 11:39 am #

        Is the ban by name or ip address?
        Either is easy to get around.

        • anmariwakaranai January 22, 2022 at 12:43 pm #

          Maybe post how in caps for OG…. BENR

          • benr January 22, 2022 at 2:38 pm #

            PROXY SERVICE there are FREE ones and pay ones.
            Then create a new account.
            If Mr. K banned him then stay away don’t be a takepoo type.

        • Blackbird January 22, 2022 at 3:18 pm #

          Certainly an odd “ban”. One I would think OG could easily maneuver around.

  54. KesaAnna January 22, 2022 at 5:13 am #

    ” They’re tearing the country down piece by piece. They took a little piece of me when they removed the statue of Teddy Roosevelt from the American Museum of Natural History in NYC. I visited the museum many times and saw that great work on each visit, and the fond memories still remain.

    It’s said that the objection was not to Teddy himself, but to the statue’s ‘hierarchical composition’. No, don’t believe it for a second. To the woke, he was too manly, filled with toxic masculinity, and too rugged and too white to be revered.”

    Another possible theory is that they hate the beautiful for being beautiful , or , alternatively , beauty simply means nothing to them ?

    Case in point ;

    ( I have never been to Gettysburg , but somehow I wound up in possession of a guide book that specifically showcases the monuments at Gettysburg )

    Once upon a time I so hated the Union cause that I wanted to tear down all Union monuments.

    ( not that that would ever be allowed in real life anyway. but — )

    But then I noticed , couldn’t help but notice , that the lions share of the really pretty monuments at Gettysburg are Union monuments.

    Like there is an Ohio monument , a giant marble classical domed structure ,

    it is so pretty to look at it almost provokes tears.

    The folks in Ohio probably went to some considerable expense and trouble to honor a few peasant boys.

    And , there too , why should I begrudge families honoring their dead loved ones ?

    Isn’t that terribly , obscenely , petty ?

    ” 300,000 Yankees are stiff in Southern Dust , we got 300,000 before they conquered us ,

    They died of Southern fever , and Southern steel and shot ,

    I wish it was 3 million , instead of what we got. ”

    i.e . Have I not already gotten my pound of flesh?

    My measure of blood ?

    If I get nothing else from it , I can gloat over these standing memorials and reminders of how many of them we killed.

    So it is not like even now I get nothing out of it.

    Anyway , back to the beauty aspect —

    Would the landscape actually look BETTER with these monuments no longer there ?

    Fuck no.

    And it would cost millions , maybe even billions , to replace them with Confederate monuments , and it don’t take a genius to figure out that isn’t going to happen.

    Not only would the landscape not look better , but take away the monuments , and it is just one more cheap cow pasture to be converted into a parking lot.

    Like it or not , it is the Yankee monument that gives the cow pasture such value that it is not converted into a parking lot.

    Not that I give a shit about Pennsylvania , and I’m no expert on Pennsylvania ,

    but near as I could tell from what I did see of Pennsylvania , it’s not like you really desperately need more parking lots ,

    it’s not like Pennsylvania has so very many cow pastures that plowing under another one would not be such a loss .

    And then again I don’t give a shit about Pennsylvania , don’t live there , don’t want to live there .

    So if , hypothetically , they wanted to put up a statue of Abraham Lincoln on every street corner , how conceivably would that put my nose out of joint anyway ?

    Like , I strongly suspect a good portion of those folks who removed the Teddy Roosevelt statue from the American Museum of Natural History ,

    wouldn’t visit the American Museum of Natural History if you paid them anyway.

    Are these military history buffs who want these removals ?

    Not one military history buff in a thousand wants it , and they are the only ones paying them any visits anyway.

    So it really strikes me more as a puerile matter of , ” Fuck your hobby , but not my hobby. ”

    That’s the grand moral in question.

    Ugh , I’m rambling .

    It all strikes me as VANDALISM dressed up in high talk .

    • BackRowHeckler January 22, 2022 at 8:13 am #

      Exactly! Supreme acts of vandalism committed by people full of hatred and looking for vengeance.

      The ‘Reimagined’ Monument Park in Richmond, Va., home to the most beautiful monuments in NAmerica, works of public art unmatched anywhere else on the continent, now a weedy lot, covered with graffiti that shocks the senses, filled with used rubbers, discarded IV needles, and other trash.

    • MaryQueen January 22, 2022 at 10:00 am #

      Love that last line – nailed it.

    • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 10:48 am #

      One comment Kesa.

      I have visited Gettysburg a number of times.

      I always walk away, shaking my head, thinking how Lee could have been so egomaniacal, so focused on getting to DC that he did the really dumb things he did, starting with ignoring Longstreet on day 2 and 3 leading up to the stupidest move of the war, Pickett’s charge, which should have been called, Lee’s fiasco.

      Sitting in the Angle, looking across the mile and a half of open fields that the South had to cross really makes one think of the fallibility of our “heroes”.

      The South rapidly went downhill after this fiasco.

      • Mac January 22, 2022 at 10:09 pm #

        The decision to fight was a whole lot more complicated than Lee’s ego. You obviously haven’t studied all that Lee was considering and the information he had at the moment.

  55. gustafson.robert.22 January 22, 2022 at 7:42 am #

    “Robert, re historical vaccine programmes, compared to this one, see slides 21 and 22, in particular. All slides worth looking closely at, though. A cursory read will take you no more than 15-20 minutes.”

    the thing that seals it for me on vax injury data is that i’m absolutely convinced it is all very significantly underreported (how could it not be in this environment)

    unfortunately, without this consideration, the numbers as reported are JUST close enough to kind of fudge … ten to a hundred factor increases… well MAYBE its just high total user numbers and error factors… theyre high, but still in a sometimes-downplayable range (barely)

    60x sports injury increase (in the slideshow greenalba linked).

    even more for some cardiac event numbers in different ages

    but all these numbers are low. majorities of doctors and the population refuse to consider conditions are vaccine related. who reports an incident as vax-related with such a widespread taboo against acknowledging the possibility?

    thats the absolute clincher.

    the numbers are already dangerously high IN AN UNPRECEDENTEDLY NUMBERS-REPRESSIVE ENVIRONMENT

    • MaryQueen January 22, 2022 at 9:56 am #

      Exactly. It was no coinkydink that the head of the CDC was a stats guy.

      I have seen anecdotal evidence/claims in the 1000s since December, 2020 when vaxxing began. At some point, anecdotal should be a stat. But it’s not, because they made sure to make it very hard or impossible to record them. VAERS is very difficult. Then there is the fact that most doctors either don’t know about it or fail to use it. Hell, the most common thing I saw among the vax injured was that their doctors refused to acknowledge it or help them.

      They made sure to muddy the waters on purpose. If we can have a sleek-running, nation-wide ‘healthcare’ system we could just as easily had a nation-wide vaxx death and injury reporting database.

      The MSM manages to get one story a day out that just about EVERYBODY hears but they couldn’t advertise a national injury database? They haven’t even acknowledged any problems with the jabs. That should be all we really need to know.

      • Slugoon January 22, 2022 at 10:21 am #

        I’m reading today that the British Medical Journal has demanded the full and immediate release of all data related to COVID-19 vaccines and treatments.

        “Today, despite the global rollout of COVID-19 vaccines and treatments, the anonymized participant-level data underlying the trials for these new products remain inaccessible to doctors, researchers, and the public—and are likely to remain that way for years to come,” BMJ said.

        “This is morally indefensible for all trials, but especially for those involving major public health interventions.”

        No. They don’t get to get away with this. Where have they been for the past twelve months when this swill was being forced into people’s arms without any informed consent?

        There seems to be an awful lot of backtracking going on right now.

        • Night Owl January 22, 2022 at 10:50 am #

          Bout time. If this is truly turning around, we need to start making a list of individuals who need statues in their names.

          And I will never forget or forgive any sack of shit who marched along with this hoax and who attacked those speaking the truth.

          Let’s hope this is the beginning of the end.

        • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 10:55 am #

          Easy, the politicos have totally failed in any form of control over the virus.

          Time for the Blame Game.

          BTW, I remember one of the forecasters saying at the release of the initial info from South Africa on Omicron that eventually every one on the planet will get Omicron, and a big percentage would never know it.

          Sidebar. I have heard absolutely nothing about what happens with the immune system with Omicron, does it fire off any kind of a reaction?

          • Slugoon January 22, 2022 at 12:25 pm #

            Not sure but I had it over Christmas and it was the same as any other bug I ever got in any other year. Milder in fact.

          • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 1:24 pm #

            I had some sinus congestion last week for about four days with a slight sore throat from drainage. Felt sorta off too. Gone!

            I will be damned if I will stand in line for three hours for the mildest cold/allergy I have ever had. Just stayed home and rested.

            Like always!

  56. a kullervo January 22, 2022 at 7:53 am #

    Earth is in fact an alien ant farm*, but the aliens in charge got sloppy and almost ruined the whole shebang by letting us, the ‘ants’, breed like mad and thus clogging up the joint with countless adulterated ‘ant’ strains. Now the aliens are trying to clean up the mess: enter the great reset. (By the way, Tony Fauci is one of their moles, in charge of demographic control issues.)

    * Tip of the hat to the rock band of the same name for their vision.

    The alien ant farm hypothesis would also provide an answer to the Fermi paradox and explain some mysteries such as the okapi, the platypus and the disappearance of a certain Mr. Epstein.

    Lighten up: it’s the weekend.

    • SoftStarLight January 22, 2022 at 12:06 pm #

      Haha interesting. Well I’ve heard that squids, octopodes, and jellyfish are alien life forms that somehow colonized the ancient oceans of the Earth. I wouldn’t be surprised at all if we are semi secretly being lorded over by extraterrestrial masters. But I’m not connecting how the alien ant farm hypothesis provides an answer to the Fermi paradox. Are the aliens cloaking themselves so that we have no conscious idea they’re around? Maybe they would rather us believe we are alone on this rock. So many questions lol!

      • anmariwakaranai January 22, 2022 at 12:53 pm #

        Aliens. For the second time I have seen what I thought was an orange drone at 9pm ish, slowly moving north over buildings around here.

        Then I read drones have to have lights similar to planes and helicopters.
        I searched on line and saw a couple of silent orange drone sized sightings.
        Scared the hell out of me both times, went inside double quick.
        Anyone?

        • SoftStarLight January 22, 2022 at 1:22 pm #

          Hmmm I haven’t seen anything quite like that as of yet. I most often see them as bright white lights that appear, disappear, and reappear in different patterns. I have also seen a ufo twice which appears as a bright whitish blue light that brightens and dims in no particular order and flashes lights of what seem to be every imaginable color. That particular one seems to hover slowly above the landscape like a lantern being held by someone walking. It sort of sways or glides back and forth and side to side slowly and effortlessly. They don’t really scare me when they come around but when I do see them I do say Jesus’ name and pray for all demons to be cast out just in case.

      • Jarek January 22, 2022 at 1:17 pm #

        Coeval with this is Clarke’s Law: Any sufficiently advanced technology will seem like magic to the less developed.

        Or perhaps like nothing at all? Does an ant walking alongside a swimming pool know what it is?

        Icke: The Greys and their Reptilian Masters attained the Singularity (the merging of bio and techno) long ago. They are here, progressively feeding humanity the technology by which it will be transformed into them.

        Jarek: He believes in Underground Military Bases or Cities, where at the lowest and most secret levels, humanity interacts with the Aliens. The technology is given to humanity there, promulgated above by their Reptilian bloodline Elite servants and controlled scientists, like Elon.

        How much of this is true? I have no idea. He believes psychics – I don’t. Yet there may be something here. He was talking about graphene and 5g years ago. And of course the “sacrifice” of children, either actual or “just” sexual. And of course he knew the terrible danger of Big Pharma and their products.

        He, Jones, and almost everybody missed the significance of the WEF. Everyone was focused on the Bilderbergers. Maybe that’s why the WEF become important – because the Bilderbergers had become too public, even infiltrated at times.

        • SoftStarLight January 22, 2022 at 1:40 pm #

          Coeval, I had to look that one up! I can certainly imagine that Clarke’s Law could be true. Given the unthinkable physical distances between the stars and planets it is very difficult to imagine that we could ever truly contact aliens. But then perhaps they are so advanced that their technology is unimaginable and maybe even imperceptible to us. I’m with you, I don’t know if Icke is right but alot of what he says is compelling. If the pattern holds then some other organization will have to take the baton from the WEF too while everyone is still looking at them as the bright shiny blingy. I’m confused by the apparent sudden collapse of the mandates and fear it is somehow part of their plot so not yet popping champagne.

          • anmariwakaranai January 22, 2022 at 2:08 pm #

            Everything seems to be a plot these days. 20 years ago a smartypants I grew up with talked about Icke. I thought she was a loon. Now, not so much.
            Wow the colour thing is incredible ssl.
            Fr rodrigues says ufos are demons….
            Both time I saw them, within 100 yards, I turned off ipad, went in and prayed.
            Good info j.

          • SpeedyBB January 23, 2022 at 10:04 am #

            anmari wakaranai [koto wa nai ja nai ka?]

            I was impressed when a well-educated Muslim informed me that the aliens are in fact Djinn, and that they have always existed parallel to humans, as beings from Allah

            When (not IF) disclosure comes to pass they will likely find it easier to accept that we have others sharing space and interacting with us than would Christians or atheists.

    • Blackbird January 22, 2022 at 3:34 pm #

      Aliens…

      How did humans come to be? Well, first we had a planet of just the right size, just the right distance from a sun that was also “just right”. Then followed 5 mass extinctions that set the stage for us hairy little insectivores to emerge from the dinosaur poop and leaf litter and dominate the planet.

      So how did humanoid aliens come to be? Well, in a galaxy far far away, obviously a planet of just the right size…

      Yeah sure – the exact same set of circumstances happened at least twice!

      What I really like is the alien-based explanation for how life came to be on Earth – aliens brought it! Such a beautifully simple explanation – it must be true! (Of course it doesn’t answer how life came to be on another planet – but that wasn’t the question…)

      Aliens, yeah…

      • anmariwakaranai January 22, 2022 at 10:11 pm #

        There is military nearby. But glowing orange?

        • Blackbird January 23, 2022 at 1:54 am #

          I don’t know what you saw, but I think I have some pretty good ideas about what you didn’t see. I’d like to see something glowing orange hovering around. I’d get in my car and drive out for a closer look.

          • anmariwakaranai January 23, 2022 at 1:58 pm #

            Dats me bird! Get over here for the next showing!

  57. JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 9:59 am #

    Uh huh.

    Finally, what I have been waiting for to happen, the SOBs.

    Walensky announced yesterday that the CDC cannot handle the load, re Covid, and what is needed is an overhaul of the public health care system.

    Guess what the next Democratic drive is heading towards?

    • Night Owl January 22, 2022 at 10:52 am #

      Digitized health care. I know exactly what they seek, as they already told us, and I get documents on my desk every day that deal with this.

      And it ain’t “the Democrats,” it is those filling their coffers with unimaginable amounts of money for carrying out the Build Back Better plan.

      • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 11:09 am #

        It IS the Deep State of Washington DC led by the liberal policies of Bernie Sanders et al.

        Digital health care, AKA Medicare for All, AKA socialized medicine AKA national healthcare has been the goal of the Democratic Party since the 60s.

        IMHO, I do not see how the f’ed up mess that is healthcare can be continued as a private entity. The insurance industry with all its corruption has taken the place of the regulation provided by governments elsewhere in the world. Talk about bulls in a China shop. The problem is conversion to national regulation could make things 10x worse. Our government cannot even run a hot bath.

        I would like to hear from GA about her opinion on national healthcare there with the pandemic. I , for one, was not impressed with the treatment her husband got with his, “whatever it was” incident.

        • Night Owl January 22, 2022 at 11:13 am #

          It is global.

          The plans major health insurers and hospital systems have for the US look exactly the same as they do for Europe.

          I edit papers and presentations on this crap at least once a week.

          • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 11:42 am #

            Am I wrong when I say the US is the only western country without national healthcare? Or even globally?

          • Night Owl January 22, 2022 at 3:11 pm #

            The SHI insurance schemes may as well be private at this point.

        • Slugoon January 22, 2022 at 12:33 pm #

          National healthcare here has suffered from the same cognitive dissonance as everywhere else. If you weren’t presenting with Covid they didn’t really want to know.

          It’s almost impossible to get an appointment at my GP centre now, they’ve got a team of receptionists screening doctors from patients and the best you’re likely to get after waiting for thirty minutes on the phone is a telephone appointment, if not a total brush off.

          I believe there is a huge latent problem of death and illness that’s yet to be seen as a result of the massive overreaction to it all.

          • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 12:54 pm #

            Slugoon

            Your input struck me with a possibility.

            Could it be?

            The increased death rates reported by the insurance guys could be caused partially by folks with chronic illnesses are developing acute situations resulting in death simply because they cannot be seen by the medical community? Because of Covid in the hospital and the MD office.

            I visited the dermatologist a week ago and on the door was a sign saying service will be delayed because of staff shortages with Covid.

            I think of bad flu seasons in the past where loads of folks got it but worked anyway. Has Covid just given everyone the winter off?

          • Slugoon January 22, 2022 at 4:53 pm #

            Absolutely JAZ. Doctors aren’t seeing people, operations have been deferred or cancelled, early diagnoses are being missed, people are not coming forward with other problems. For two years now.

            The all-cause death rates in the second half of 2021 here were significantly higher than the five-year average. A thousand people per week higher and it wasn’t the crud doing it. I think the response could well end up killing more people long term than Covid did. Not to mention the businesses that got decimated along with people’s mental health and setting society against itself with all this vaccine and mask bullshit.

            It gave the public sector the winter off. The private sector got hammered as usual.

        • MaryQueen January 22, 2022 at 10:30 pm #

          Bernie Sanders doesn’t lead shit.

      • SpeedyBB January 23, 2022 at 10:07 am #

        “Digitized health care” I have been reading, has become a crushing responsibility for physicians, spending as much or more time at a computer monitor than they ever manage to do with patients.

        Read some of the tales at kevinmd.com.

    • Blackbird January 22, 2022 at 3:42 pm #

      Don’t worry JAZ, the Republicans will save us with “the Red Wave” this November – just as they have saved us repeatedly over the past 160 years.

      “Socialized medicine”. Yes so un-American. If people really wanted to be healthy, we’d all be bankers. Everything must have a price tag on it (it’s our religion!) and must make a profit for someone who has absolutely no involvement in the production or distribution of the commodity or service – but who has the money to interfere.

      • Paula D January 23, 2022 at 11:45 am #

        I don’t think that digitalized health care is the same thing as nationalized health care.
        I think that our overlords want to monitor us more closely than they can do with the digital ID and digital currency alone.
        So they are going to have the children “learn” online, so that Teach To The Test is outdated, because the test is daily.
        And the digitalized medical records system they set up with Obamacare has proven to be not intrusive enough, so doctors will be replaced with computerized programs. You type in your symptoms and send a picture of what hurts and the computer decides either the diagnosis and treatment, or the need for further workup with radiology or bloodwork. In some ways it will be better. Instead of hoping that your particular doctor was paying attention that day they learned about your ailment, the computer will have access to all known medical knowledge.
        Of course, the rulers will know instantly when you have passed your usefulness to them. And then……?

      • Paula D January 23, 2022 at 11:51 am #

        Actually, the online learning might be better also.
        When I was a kid in school the teacher presented the material we were supposed to learn and then there was a test.
        It didn’t matter whether you passed or failed, they moved onto the next thing.
        My relative was substitute teaching a high school class in something, I can’t remember what, but he said that the teacher (or computer someday) can monitor each student as they work on the problems and they can see which kids are ”getting it” and which ones aren’t, and they can intervene and try to explain it better in real time.

  58. Night Owl January 22, 2022 at 11:01 am #

    “Pfizer’s…vaccine trial was funded by the company… and authored by Pfizer employees. The company… holds all the data… It will not begin entertaining requests for trial data until May 2025.
    – BMJ editors

    Why not be transparent with trial data?”

    https://twitter.com/DrJBhattacharya/status/1484360350413819904

    Science, kids.

  59. Night Owl January 22, 2022 at 11:07 am #

    “The European Green Pass / Vaccine Passports and the incoming European Digital Identity (EID) will lead towards a European Social Credit System, and it will be tied to Carbon Taxes. –
    @CristianTerhes”

    https://twitter.com/SikhForTruth/status/1484833955371171840?cxt=HHwWgICyxbGnmJspAAAA

    More info. on the coming WEF/EU digital ID and tracking system straight from the horse’s mouth. Terhes is part of a committee that is working on it (though he opposes it).

    • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 11:31 am #

      Night Owl

      You already know the answer to this.

      The mRNA technology was frozen in place by the delivery lipid problem for years. No one knew what would happen against the spectrum of people across a large population, how there systems would react. IMHO, presented here lots of times, the injections into high blood rich areas adds a risk of presenting reaction products directly into the blood stream.

      Sidebar. Could the blood rich musculature in athletes be a problem here?

      So here is this very capital rich, forward thinking group held in place by a medical community including the FDA for years.

      Then a miracle happened. Covid.. Of course we can package mRNA to create viral particles by the cells and trigger immune response. Of course it is low risk. Of course, of course. This went right to the WH where Trump was looking for anything to protect his slim leads for the election.

      His response we know. Bring it on! The s protein was sequenced, the mRNA to produce its generation by cellular machinery was developed and packed into lipid nano particles and off we went. 42000 test folks later, it hit the public.

      I am not sure if the PTB in the drug development groups knew about the hazards, the inflammatory reactions the vaxx has created across the spectrum of people. Is the myocarditis and other organs inflamed by the vaxx a surprise? Or anticipated? DID the test group of 42000 show the losses that the general release has shown?

      IMHO, the statistics that Mary presented from VAERS last time gets not a sniff from these people. The tiny percentage it represents against the huge numbers of people injected is ignored by the oncoming deluge of mRNA products.

      • GreenAlba January 22, 2022 at 12:11 pm #

        John, the trials were a sick joke.

        Matty de Garay – 12 years old, enrolled in the 11-15 trials by her parents. Had a seizure and is now suffering neurological damage. Confined to a wheelchair permanently, being fed through a tube.

        Pfizer’s response (because one kid out of 1300 being permanently incapacitated isn’t a good look) was to say she got stomach ache and remove her data from the trial report.

        Do you trust anything these people (who asked for 55 years to divulge their data) say?

        • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 12:22 pm #

          Nope.

          The only response possible right now, I do not know if it is possible, is to stop the mRNA project in its tracks. It will have to be done by governmental action, by someone who says no in the proper place.

          None of the proposed presidential candidates will take this stand, at least not now?

          Did you see my request above for your opinion today of the national health care systems in Europe?

          I am losing faith that cost effective healthcare is possible.

          • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 12:23 pm #

            And the official response to your example of the young boy is,

            Well that is one!

          • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 12:34 pm #

            Young girl, sorry.

  60. benr January 22, 2022 at 11:28 am #

    Hey, I read a book that started about an escaped monkey.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/a-truck-carrying-100-monkeys-crashed-on-the-way-to-a-laboratory-and-police-are-still-looking-for-1-of-the-4-that-escaped/ar-AAT2qVr?ocid=msnews

    Could this be the next major outbreak in ‘Murica?

    • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 11:37 am #

      Benr

      You seen Outbreak with Dustin Hoffman?

      Speaking of monkeys.

      • benr January 22, 2022 at 2:39 pm #

        Yes, that was the book I was posting about.

  61. benr January 22, 2022 at 11:33 am #

    Well Folks it’s starting.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/nato-to-hold-major-naval-drills-in-the-mediterranean-sea/ar-AAT1Mi1?ocid=msedgntp

    Nato holding drills in the Med at the same time as Russia.
    Get them f-18’s and f-35’s spun up.

    • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 11:39 am #

      Time to worry is when,

      This is not a drill,

      General Quarters.

    • stelmosfire January 22, 2022 at 12:40 pm #

      Screw the f-18’s and 35’s. When the Russian iron starts rolling NATO’s gonna need all the Warthogs they can get their hands on.

      • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 1:01 pm #

        This is a joke, a sad one , but nevertheless a joke.

        The only resolution from war is boots on the ground.

        Air wars never accomplish anything. Tanks against warthogs?

        • benr January 22, 2022 at 2:40 pm #

          No warthogs are tank killers, and they are effective.

        • stelmosfire January 22, 2022 at 7:58 pm #

          This is a Warthog JZ. The gatling gun sounds like Uncle Joe dumping a wet one in his depends.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8CvqnUw7mM

      • BackRowHeckler January 22, 2022 at 2:32 pm #

        Stelmo have you noticed any increased air power activity in the skys above Westover?

        I thought Warthogs have been retired? At one time there was a squadron of them at Bradley. No more. Besides there are tank hunting drones now; made in Israel, Azerbaijan deployed them quite successfully in their war against Armenia a few years ago.

        • Blackbird January 22, 2022 at 3:59 pm #

          The A-10 is still around but may go extinct due to the USAF’s pendulum-like policy: purpose-built planes (like the A-10) vs. “multi-purpose” planes (like the F-35). They change their collective mind every 20 years or so.

          I’m under the flight path of the 127th Wing (MIANG) between Selfridge AFB and Camp Grayling and can almost read the crew chief’s name as the A-10s buzz by. Built for a specific job and does it well – therefore it has to go.

        • stelmosfire January 22, 2022 at 7:50 pm #

          The C5’s were a daily sight around here for years. They disappeared a while back as they were all being upgraded to C5M’s with new engines. My sister lives by the base and they’re still flying and a lot quieter. I don’t think I’m in the flight path much anymore. I think they’re flying into Africa running supplies for Operation New Normal. Don’t say you heard it here.It’s a secret.

          https://www.huffpost.com/entry/the-us-militarys-new-normal_b_5330223

  62. Kielanders January 22, 2022 at 12:00 pm #

    “Let’s be honest: it’s getting laughable to seriously advocate vaxxing up a whole goshdarn population . . .” -James Kunstler

    I’ve loved your stuff over the years, but let’s face it, that ship done sailed.

  63. tom clark January 22, 2022 at 12:04 pm #

    When it comes to the health maintenance racket and taking care of yourself, Mississippi John Hurt got it right:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85BvT5X6WSo

  64. JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 12:32 pm #

    I am speaking in ignorance here.

    A lot of discussion about other vaccines being halted when some people died from them is historical.

    Why is Covid different?

    Two possibilities?

    One A significant number of people in the 65 and above people died with Alpha and Delta. Above eighty was 20%.

    Two Were the previous times of such short duration that when the vaccine hit, the shock was gone? Swine flu and SARS 1 are examples.

    Alpha was hitting us for nine months before the vaxx was even in test with no end in sight.

    There was no pushback to this vaxx at all at first, just a few folks warning that there might be things the developers overlooked.

    Times have changed.

    • TaxDonkey January 22, 2022 at 8:15 pm #

      Why is Covid different? The ruling body of sociopaths has finally reached full spectrum dominance over the main levers of power. Meanwhile, the insouciant citizens of western civilization have completely abrogated their civic and cultural duties and have utterly lost control of what used to be their countries.

    • Paula D January 23, 2022 at 12:01 pm #

      That isn’t true John. Look at the graphs. The first wave peaked in April and May and then dipped in the summer.
      The propaganda even dropped then.
      SARS 2 was replaced with the riots.
      Then in December, as the shots were rolled out, we got a Scary New Variant from the UK.
      The elderly were shot first, and their deaths from the jab were called “Covid deaths” so the graph of death peaked even higher in Jan and Feb 2021 than in the spring of 2020.
      Then in the summer of 2021 instead of the normal dip in flu deaths they rolled out Delta, with the expressed purpose of scaring the ”vaccine hesitant”. That actually worked on some people I know who had been holding out.
      They hyped that all through the summer, and then when it came time to shoot the children, they told us that kids were dying from Scary Delta.
      And then at the end of November they rolled out Omicron and within two weeks they told us that every country in the world was now overcome with Omicron.

      • Paula D January 23, 2022 at 12:03 pm #

        They feed us absolute bullshit and monitor how many people swallow it.
        Sadly, too many do, so the rest of us have to put up with it also, no matter how disgusted we are.

  65. Jarek January 22, 2022 at 12:49 pm #

    “One grim Weltanschauung for this new era was well expressed by the Venetian nationalist demagogue in Michael Dibdin’s novel, Dead Lagoon: “There can be no true friends without true enemies. Unless we hate what we are not, we cannot love what we are. These are the old truths we are painfully rediscovering after a century and more of sentimental cant. Those who deny them deny their family, their heritage, their culture, their birthright, their very selves! They will not lightly be forgiven.”
    ? Samuel P. Huntington, The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order

    Jarek: This guy is a high brow Pat Buchanan. No wonder they hated him.

    • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 12:57 pm #

      Timing?

      Guy was a real inspiration.

      • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 1:12 pm #

        For whom?

        • Jarek January 22, 2022 at 1:19 pm #

          For any people who have forgotten the most basic truths. For anyone who wants to keep their nation and civilization. That’s us, first and foremost.

          • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 1:19 pm #

            Timing?

          • Jarek January 22, 2022 at 1:43 pm #

            Timing? Well he’s dead. I’m reading his quotes because I went onto a wiki page that talked about his famous Lines – one of which runs right through Ukraine. One side is Western and one side is Orthodox. It’s not a viable nation. If it ever was, it isn’t any more. It’s needs to split, just like the Czechs and the Slovaks.

          • Paula D January 23, 2022 at 12:07 pm #

            I just looked it up, Jarek. They said that both countries have mostly Roman Catholics.
            That’s not the same as Ukraine, with the western Catholics and the eastern Orthodox.

          • Jarek January 23, 2022 at 1:02 pm #

            Paula: What’s your point? That peoples who don’t want to stay together should be forced to? Or you think Ukraine should stay together for some reason? What?

            I never said religion is the only factor. That’s your knee jerk Communist programming again. Race is also huge – even though not in these cases. Maybe it was ethnicity in the case Czechoslovakia. That’s what make Belgium non-viable. Language can be big too, in reinforcing these differences, be they ethnic, cultural, historical, or religious.

          • Paula D January 23, 2022 at 4:42 pm #

            You said that one side of Ukraine was Catholic and one was Orthodox (true) and implied that Czechoslovakia split up for the same reason.
            So I looked it up and that wasn’t it.
            Are you saying they are different races now?

  66. JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 1:19 pm #

    What is really needed in Europe is a negotiated “treaty” setting limits on Russia AND limits on NATO. How about a line of neutral states between the two, the Baltic states, Ukraine for example of two? No incursions from either side, truly independent.

    O geopolitical finagling, independent countries.

    Russia cheats, NATO counters and vice versa.

    If this situation was in place now, Moscow would be justified stopping NATO in Ukraine.

    • BackRowHeckler January 22, 2022 at 1:37 pm #

      Yes, but what about our greatest adversary, Climate Change, and our worst enemy, Carbon Emissions? John Kerry — Captain Planet — will have something to say about those Russian Panzer Brigades parked on the Ukraine border … powered up by diesel!

      “I have a good mind to file an official complaint with the Paris Climate Commission.” – Captain Planet.

      Do any of you remember when Russia re acquired The Crimea, and John Kerry — Climate Czar — then Sec. of State, crossed his arms, shook his head, and remarked “How 19th century of them.”

      John Kerry is monitoring events in Eastern Europe from his 80 ft. motor yacht in the sunny Caribbean. The Biden family owns an Island off the US Virgin Islands which is maybe where Jerry fuels up his yacht and stocks up on provisions.

    • Islander January 22, 2022 at 1:41 pm #

      No, russia doesn’t “cheat.”

      NATO provokes, Russia tries diplomacy, NATO provokes again, rinse and repeat, Russia finally says: Done with that.

      Per The Saker, Russia’s goal is to destroy NATO, through generating internal tensions.

    • Disaffected January 22, 2022 at 7:24 pm #

      Actually, NATO should have been disbanded at least 30 years ago with the end of the wall. All European kerfuffles (did I spell that right?) past, present, and future are products of DC/London/Tel Aviv globalist shenanigans.

    • Paula D January 23, 2022 at 12:11 pm #

      John AZ a treaty is exactly what Russia is proposing.
      They want the US/NATO to stop encroaching on their borders and to remove missiles from Poland and Romania.
      They want the US to sign a treaty calling for mutual security for all countries, with no countries pursuing a military advantage.
      The US response is the propaganda you are falling for now, the hysterical insistence that “Russia is planning on invading Ukraine”.
      No. Russia wants the US to provide a written response to their treaty proposal.
      The treaty proposed is here….
      https://dondebar.blogspot.com/2022/01/17-december-2021-1326agreement-on.html?fbclid=IwAR3z0sM8QB6lcTcjcjMdLMxQwh9BqtrdDuVsaQFQ7qFznzlidCSmUgaZybI

      • Paula D January 23, 2022 at 12:14 pm #

        Take this hyped-up hysteria as another example of the power of US media to shape people’s perceptions and opinions.
        We have people even on this blog completely convinced by total bullshit that Russia is going to invade Ukraine, instead of insisting that “Joe Biden” and Congress agree to sign the peace treaty.

  67. gustafson.robert.22 January 22, 2022 at 1:33 pm #

    cnn on-screen story tagline right now

    “fallen officers: disturbing spike in officers killed in the line of duty”

    who could have foreseen

  68. Islander January 22, 2022 at 1:39 pm #

    Looks like Fuellmich has started his lawsuit at the ICC.

    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2022/01/22/genocide.aspx?

    There is also a pretty explosive video by Kim Iverson, at The Hill, in which she actually talks about crimes against humanity.

    Here:
    Kim Iversen: FEND FOR YOURSELF! Fauci & CDC Haven ABANDONED The Covid+ In A Crime Against HUMANITY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrFKef23CoI

  69. Jarek January 22, 2022 at 1:40 pm #

    https://www.amren.com/news/2022/01/mitch-mcconnell-says-black-people-vote-just-as-much-as-americans/

    One time Eugen Herrigel was practicing with the bow under watchful eye of the Master.* After one, what he thought was a non-memorable shot, the Master said, That. It shot through you.

    Just so with the utterly corrupt McConnell. He knows as well as you or me – or at least me – that Blacks aren’t really Americans. But he never intended to say it of course. No matter. The Truth had other ideas and spoke through him despite himself.

    *Zen and the Art of Archery – a small classic

  70. Jarek January 22, 2022 at 1:56 pm #

    NY Post

    The late rocker Meat Loaf was outspokenly anti-vaccine mandate and anti-mask before his death — once telling a reporter, “If I die, I die, but I’m not going to be controlled,” according to reports Friday.

    The 74-year-old “Bat Out of Hell” singer — who was reportedly critically ill with COVID-19 before he passed away Thursday — was opposed to pandemic restrictions, slamming lockdowns and mask mandates during an interview last summer.

    The Grammy Award-winning musician, whose real name was Marvin Lee Aday, also railed against vaccine mandates in Australia, sources told TMZ.

    Meat Loaf, who struggled with asthma and other health conditions, told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in August he considered lockdowns “political” and masks “useless” before offering reporter Scott Mervins an embrace.

    “I’m happy to give you a hug. I hug people in the middle of COVID,” Meat Loaf said, adding that he refused to live life in fear.

    “I’m sorry, I understood stopping life for a little while, but they cannot continue to stop life because of politics. And right now they’re stopping because of politics,” he said.

    “And on CNN last night, it finally came out that the masks we’re all wearing are useless. But I’ve known that for six months. They don’t do anything. They don’t stop you from getting COVID. They’re just a nuisance and make your nose itch and make it so you can’t breathe.”

    He added, “If I die, I die, but I’m not going to be controlled.”

    Jarek: He tested positive in the hospital of course, and now they’re claiming he died of covid, the scum. Trying to sully a great man.

    He was the kind of guy who didn’t take care of himself, a classic rocker or artist type. So he didn’t live to a great age. That’s it. Just an ordinary guy in that sense.

    As Whitman said, Either the work remains incomplete or the Man. He chose to complete the work. Ditto Meat. I choose the Man, but of course I don’t have their genius so it was no great struggle. Others have to choose between themselves and family or relationships.

    • BackRowHeckler January 22, 2022 at 2:42 pm #

      Two born showmen, Meatloaf & Wavy Gravy.

      Meatloaf is gone, but Wavy Gravy is with us still.

      Both were associated with The Grateful Dead at times in their Showbiz careers, so they had to have been acquainted.

  71. got___truth January 22, 2022 at 2:00 pm #

    “When fear becomes collective, when anger becomes collective, it’s extremely dangerous. It is overwhelming… The mass media and the military-industrial complex create a prison for us, so we continue to think, see, and act in the same way… We need the courage to express ourselves even when the majority is going in the opposite direction… because a change of direction can happen only when there is a collective awakening… Therefore, it is very important to say, ‘I am here!’ to those who share the same kind of insight.”
    -Thich Nhat Hanh, Zen master, poet, and scholar,
    The Art of Power. July 1, 2008.
    #thichnhathanh

    GODSPEED!

  72. amb January 22, 2022 at 3:15 pm #

    This is just the standard collapse of an empire, soon to be added to the annals of civilization. This has been a wash/rinse/repeat cycle of humanity as far back as anyone could possibly imagine. We are missing some key answers, which is why humanity’s “birth-existence-destruction cycle” will continue, unhampered, into the future.

    • gustafson.robert.22 January 22, 2022 at 4:01 pm #

      except… not “as far back as anyone can imagine.”

      in fact, the destructive cycle pretty much only goes back 20,000-30,000 of humanity’s 500,000-1M years as a species.

      that’s about five percent of human history. five percent.

      what changed during this last five-percent of human history? adoption of intensive-agricultural food-production as the primary means food-procurement.

      it caused a population-growth rate spike which fueled and still fuels the boom-crash cycle of empires. it enabled the recent technological period and subsequent increased population-growth spike.

      the cause of the destructive cycle is not inherent in human nature (as is such a popular opinion). it has not been a constant throughout human history.

      it is a symptom of the intensively-agricultural economy. or, to put another way, it is a symptom of an imbalanced pattern of resource-use.

      we know long-term sustainable human societies (in a proportionate, relative sense… much more sustainable than current societies) are possible, because they existed throughout the majority of human history. the MAJORITY.

      until the modern period, which began about 20k years ago. but the last 20k years are all we think about. why?

      because we’re suckers for pyramids and flags and kings and profligate house-construction and computers

      because we’re suckers for and slaves to “recorded history”

      • TaxDonkey January 22, 2022 at 8:23 pm #

        once we proceed in complexity past the village scale, you gotta have an empire to run things, complete with a printing press to start as many wars as possible. Then it all crashes and we can start the cycle over again.

        • gustafson.robert.22 January 22, 2022 at 8:38 pm #

          what if proceeding is the idiot’s move

          and what kind of village do you mean

          there are many kinds

          when the village starts living on plows and grain… they’re off to the races. the idiot’s rat-race has begun. slaves and masters, etc

          • Mac January 23, 2022 at 6:43 pm #

            You make some good points, but I have no interest in running around the woods naked, eating bugs and raw turtles.

      • Jarek January 22, 2022 at 10:58 pm #

        How about Pastoralism? I read something nice about the Masai: Wildlife flourishes in their areas. They consider wild animals to be “God’s cattle” and leave them alone for the most part, occasionally testing themselves against lions or buffalo (at least historically).

        Very warlike of course. God gave cattle to the Masai. Anyone else with cattle stole them from the Masai. Also they liked to raid agriculturalists. The Kikuyu were able to hold their own against them though.

        Milk, Meat, and Blood. Is it enough to live on? Or did the women also gather? They are known for their fine physiques in any case.

        • gustafson.robert.22 January 22, 2022 at 11:21 pm #

          everything ive read about them is good. theyre healthy. lean, smart, strong.

          on the one hand, the agricultural revolution was source of the downfall of the modern world…

          and on the other hand, “agriculture” can be defined differently, as “the relationship of consumer (eater) to consumed (environment)”

          in a sense, the very act of living is agriculture. so, there is less balanced agriculture, and more balanced.

          the secret for the masai, i think, is the low level of complexity… the herding is minimally disruptive to evolved patterns already in place

          similar also are the native swedish reindeer-herders

          and there are many new guineans who garden extensively…………but, importantly, not in terms of acreage

    • Anthea January 23, 2022 at 12:17 am #

      Yup.

      I do disagree with Gustafson, in that these birth and death cycles only go back 5,000-6,000 years and are associated, not with agriculture per se, but with State systems of “governance.”

      Agricultural economies flourished in Greece and southeastern Europe for a couple of thousand of years before the ascendancy of State systems–back in the Neolithic period. These are not believed to have been hierarchically organized societies and, though some of them seem to have come to a rather abrupt end, in virtually every case this was because they were attacked by outsiders. This seems to have occurred because of climactic conditions that created general scarcity. In other words, it was not a collapse caused by the depredations of a parasitical State system.

      It is State systems that suffer from cyclical demise at fairly standard intervals, usually estimated to be about 300 years. That’s about how long it takes this particular kind of parasite to kill its host.

      As for advocating a return to hunter-gatherer lifestyles, the whole discussion strikes me as rather pointless, as this would require a reduction of the human population to a tiny fraction of what it is now. While this is possible–as with, say, the earth being hit by an asteroid or two–it is not within our control, and not what I would call desirable.

      As for voluntary population control, this strikes me as a good way to self-select for genetic extinction. Your more fecund neighbors will exterminate you and take over your territory.

      All this fretting over humans harming the earth’s ecosystem also seems more than a little overblown. Animal populations in general are inclined to population overshoot and population collapse. It’s a cycle of nature. No need to get all lathered up about it, apart from doing all one can to make sure that you and yours are among the survivors.

      • gustafson.robert.22 January 23, 2022 at 12:36 am #

        what’s hard to argue with, anthea, is that12k years ago, more or less, the population-growth rate spiked.

        the question is, can you have the one (intensive, extensive, monoculture agriculture as basis for food economy) …and not have the other (excess, unsustainable population growth initiating/inflaming the destructive boom/bust cycle)?

        i think they go hand in hand, systematically.

        i do think population needs to be and will be very significantly reduced in the future, but not instantly.

        perhaps even over millennia

        the practical value of this “agriculture-critical” position today?

        for me, personally, it centers me intellectually, and by doing so, enables me to make practical personal decisions.

        socially also, i believe we need a clear goal for human life going forward that is not enmeshed in the inflammatory boom/bust cycles of excess growth.

        but the process of change should and will be slow

        • gustafson.robert.22 January 23, 2022 at 1:06 am #

          and, if you read your above response carefully, it sounds a whole lot like a defense of the status quo.

          and the problem is, the status quo is not working. it’s fairly easy to trace the progressions of the last 12k years culminating in today’s ultra-complex tech orgy, and the growth-principle behind it.

          an increasing social intellectual adherence to a goal of future reduced population would not necessarily express in the way you describe (adherents being choked out by more numerous non-adherents).

          wars might be fought, adherents vs non- adherents. and they might be won based on the energy of moral superiority… the potency of the organized mind… revulsion for the disordered mind… and, the eventual impotence of the disordered mind

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 23, 2022 at 5:00 am #

            or express as many other types of conflict

            and the thing about conflict… it tears down infrastructure and cuts population

          • Paula D January 23, 2022 at 12:26 pm #

            I read a book called The Continuum Concept a long time ago.
            The author had gone to the Amazon after WW2 and lived with a hunter gatherer gardener tribe for a couple of years.
            She described them as happy people, who raised their children with love and freedom. Their days were spent gathering food, swimming and just hanging around.
            She said they were more tolerant of human foibles than ”civilized” peoples.
            On the other hand, they considered the tribes around them as lesser humans. They didn’t attack them though.
            After WW2 is when the industrialized humans started their most destructive assault on Earth that humans have ever done, unfortunately.
            They turned chemical weapons onto Nature, with pesticides and herbicides. They invented industrial fishing. They started clearcutting with heavy machinery.
            The tribes in the Amazon are almost gone, as I understand it, between the oil extraction and the clearcutting.

          • Jarek January 23, 2022 at 1:11 pm #

            There’s video of Amazonians burying children alive, big ones, 10 or 11 years old. The dirt kept moving so he hit it a few times with his adze.

            Also read about the Yanomamo, the fierce people. They’re little guys about five and half feet tall, and everyone else is or was terrified of them. They raped a woman of another tribe and started a war. The other tribe defeated them in a great battle, but to their chagrin, it changed nothing. The Yanomamo kept ambushing and raiding them. They realized they were in something they simply could not win and moved away from them.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 23, 2022 at 1:14 pm #

            anthropologist colin turnbull’s ‘The Forest People’ is another one that sounds similar in conclusions

            about his time with the mbuti in africa

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 23, 2022 at 1:21 pm #

            turnbull has another book about an extremely destructive african tribe

            ive forgotten the name

            yes, tribes of all shapes sizes and qualities

            we’re on a wild planet full of free will.and free rein, where destructive tendencies, if not quashed with force, can dominate. for a time anyway

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 23, 2022 at 1:41 pm #

            the real ideal is principled force

            because every destructive “force” is not actually a force but a weakness

            to find and exploit in defeating the destructive entity

          • Jarek January 23, 2022 at 2:04 pm #

            Three levels of aboriginal war: violent sports like counting coup, lacrosse, or New Guineans from different villages dodging each others thrown spears.

            Raiding for cattle or women. See the Irish, “Cattle Raid at Cooley”.

            To drive out or exterminate the other tribe.

            When Albert Schweitzer established his hospital in the Congo, he was greatly helped by a peaceful people living there. His coming saved them as they were being EATEN by Pangwe or “Fang” who had recently fought their way into the area.

            Old blurb:

            That great tribe of cannibals known as Pangwe, however, slay and eat him without compunction.

            MCCLURE’S MAGAZINE, VOL. 1, NO. 4, SEPTEMBER 1893|VARIOUS
            TRENDING ARTICLES

            Thus Paula is wrong, a victim of her liberal education and mindset. We must help her overcome these.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 23, 2022 at 2:29 pm #

            there’s principle (or virtue) without force (strength)

            there’s force without principle

            both are required… necessary to each other, actually, to be fully realized

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 23, 2022 at 2:31 pm #

            beware of force without principle though

            no less than principle without force

          • Jarek January 23, 2022 at 3:09 pm #

            Our principle was, We’re great, you suck. We deserve your land so get out. Some few realized this wasn’t very Christian so to pay them back, we had to give them the Faith.

            The Pangwe Principle is, We’re hungry. And of course We’re human, you’re not. Fatten yourselves up for us.

          • Paula D January 23, 2022 at 4:51 pm #

            Robert is right, tribes differed. The author lived with a peaceful tribe who brought their children up kindly.
            Jarek is wrong, as usual. Not all tribes are violent.
            In the US there was a big difference between the Apaches and the Iroquois.
            Even in ”civilization” we all know the difference between Sparta and Athens.
            Or the USA and Canada (old Canada).

        • Anthea January 23, 2022 at 3:38 pm #

          @ gustafson:

          I was not intending to defend the status quo particularly. I have two main points. One is that a return to a hunter-gatherer lifestyle is simply not going to happen, barring a mass die-off of humans. My other point, which I failed to mention, is that hunter-gatherer lifestyles, while appealing, are/were not “better” than agricultural lifestyles. Maybe some hunter-gatherers in some regions led lives that were pretty good. But agricultural lifestyles are/were also pretty darned good in certain times and places.

          I would agree that lifestyles in modern industrialized nations suck. But that’s not what we’re talking about.

          I think that talking as if happiness is a matter of choosing hunter-gatherer lifestyles over agricultural lifestyles is nonsensical. There are many factors that make for health, happiness, and civilization, and it doesn’t seem to me that being able to choose to be a hunter-gatherer is among the top ten…or the top 50.

          You can’t even begin to discuss such matters without first defining what you mean by health, happiness, and civilization. While killing lions with spears may be kind of fun, I’m not seeing it as the key to happiness.

          It is interesting too that Isak Dennison mentioned that the Masai women had no children (maybe female circumcision had something to do with that), so the Masai men intermarried with agricultural Kikuyu.

          And, frankly, I do not see either the Masai or the Kikuyu–or Australian aboriginies–as big success stories.

          Bottom line: successful human cultures have high levels of reproductive success and are marked by increasing populations. Unsuccessful human cultures have trouble even maintaining population; they are swallowed up or exterminated by more fecund cultural groups. It may not suit your ideological stance, but that’s the way it is.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 23, 2022 at 6:23 pm #

            so, you do not believe OVERpopulation is even a possibility then? Since high numbers unequivocally equals success in your book?

            essentially, i just disagree with most of your statements

            australian aborigines maintained a continuous desert-culture for 40,000 years

            not a success, anthea says

            the masai may have had some circumcision problems, i dont remember. but if so, only partial, not fitting your ignorant description.

            quality of life issues are one thing (which i would certainly debate), but the population-growth-rate question should come first. you dont address the global pop rate increase after the “agricultural revolution”

          • Anthea January 23, 2022 at 9:06 pm #

            @ gustafson:

            Sure, overpopulation is a reality, especially in the more overpopulated parts of the world, like India and China.

            High population numbers are not, in and of themselves, “success”–but it goes a long ways when it comes to avoiding extinction or extermination. Modern aboriginals exist only at the sufferance of the civilizations that conquered them and took over their territory. I think the Masai are basically allowed to exist in a kind of nature preserve, as curiosities. In the US, Native Americans living on Indian Reservations are almost completely dependent on welfare. They are essentially the same as black ghettoes, except that they are in the middle of nowhere. And regardless of how much they go on about it, their culture (assuming they ever had one) has ceased to exist. These are not success stories.

            What is perhaps even more to the point, granting that overpopulation is not a good thing, is…um…. What do you propose to do about it?

            Perhaps you can persuade people to self-select for genetic extinction. The world’s white people of European extraction seem to have bought this idea. I think it’s a poor decision.

            What is your objective in desiring a reduction in the human population? Is it to “protect the earth,” or is it to improve the human quality of life? To me it seem unlikely that the reduction of the human population would improve the quality of human life, particularly since about the only way this could happen is through cataclysmic events.

            As for “protecting the earth,” Mother Nature has always, without fail, taken care of population-overshoot problems. She will take care of human population overshoot. The worst-case scenario would be nuclear war, in which case much of the earth would look like modern-day Chernobyl–a regular Eden. Might be any people in it, but if your top priority is the well being of the earth, I suppose that would be a good thing.

            I just don’t see the sense in all this fretting about it–and trying to prove that it’s better to run around in loin cloths living under a pile of brush, toasting lizards over an open fire.

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 23, 2022 at 10:46 pm #

            @anthea

            i can understand your reaction. overpopulation is, and should be, a difficult subject. and you’re wondering what the practical value is, focusing on it, and (related) championing a low-population hunter-gatherer mode of living.

            there’s two questions:

            1) is there some fundamental “quality of life” superiority of hunter-gatherer/low-impact economic society vs intensive-agriculture economic society?

            2) is there any value in promoting lower population as a social goal “in the open”?

            I’m not going to write a book here, which these questions would require to answer. But, my very strong suspicion is that “yes” is the best answer to both those questions.

            short positions: 1) hunter/gatherer economies are the evolved and best solution to human/environmental-resource-balance issues

            and 2) IF there is overpopulation, promoting lower population as a publicly acknowledged value and goal is better than having the overpopulation issue be publicly unacknowledged and unknown… even though that knowledge is likely to unleash violence

            i believe these points can be very compellingly defended. but it would take a book

            we’d have to get much more deeply into the issues!

            For instance, i think i could wholly disprove this statement you made:

            “it seems unlikely that the reduction of the human population would improve the quality of human life”

            as an isolated factor, lowered population almost always improves quality of life for survivors… (more resources, less competition)

          • gustafson.robert.22 January 23, 2022 at 10:54 pm #

            as far as the “self-selecting for genetic extinction” thing…. i understand the point that whites are doing that currently as a kind of “white guilt” symptom.

            i agree. but that does not have any bearing on whether widespread promotion of the overpopulation idea is a good or bad program.

            reduced personal procreation is not even the most rational reaction to acknowledged overpopulation…. the most rational reaction is..wars… not having fewer kids, ESPECIALLY when competing groups are not doing so.

            the white-guilt” thing is an anomaly

  73. socialisthater January 22, 2022 at 4:13 pm #

    With the exception of the socialist elites (who have someone else to commit violence on their behalf), BLM and ANTIFA thugs, most American Socialists (leftists) are little white suburban pansies, druggies, ignorant college students, and a variety of welfare losers who believe that Socialists elsewhere are peace-loving kumbaya-singing idealists. Of course, they are dead wrong about that–true Socialists are violent, genocidal, ruthless, and inhumane thugs who only care about maintaining and growing their power. During World War II, the two most violent Socialist regimes on the planet–Germany and the Soviet Union mercilessly killed each other–civilian and military–by the the tens of millions. Today, Russia and Communist China are still filled with ruthless and deadly Socialists ready to crush us and anyone else that thwarts their ultimate aims. Meanwhile, American Socialists get all butt-hurt because our “nasty capitalists” actually expect them to work for a living (what a foreign concept to most American leftists). Sadly, it may take a Russian or Communist Chinese nuke dropped right on top of their little urban/suburban woke heads to figure out–right before their being is vaporized into CO2–that REAL Socialists aren’t the nice, peaceful girls, boys, and its that the American leftists thought that they were. It will be rude awakening right before the “Big Sleep” (“dirt nap” in today’s slang).

    • SoftStarLight January 22, 2022 at 5:28 pm #

      Or it might be a good idea to relax for a second and think. Are “socialists” in power? It sure seems like billionaire oligarchs ultimately really do at least in some ways control basically everything in society and the economy. Vast wealth and influence have consolidated. And their useful idiot armies of groomed and psyoped cultural and social anarcho marxists are their sledgehammer. And ok these are American oligarchs that have done this to us. Why does Russia and China automatically come into the picture. I feel like that is a diversion away from the issue at hand in the homeland.

      • socialisthater January 22, 2022 at 6:58 pm #

        In 2022, except among lily white suburban Commie posers, Marxist BLM activists, ANTIFA fuckheads, and a couple of two-bit countries like North Korea, Cuba and Venezuela, old-fashioned Communist Socialism is pretty much dead worldwide. Communist China and Russia–though the Lenin, Marx, and Mao statues still stand–have actually become Socialist/Fascist. Now, there is really not much difference between Communist Socialism and Fascist Socialism–both require strong dictatorial central governments, both believe that the individual only exists to serve the State, and that allegiance to the regime must be total–where they differ is that Fascist/Socialists will allow corporations and corporatists to exist and even prosper, so long as they pledge their entire allegiance to the State and will do the State’s bidding when called upon to do so. So, the billionaire oligarchs use their corporate power in cooperation with the Socialist government and, in return, are allowed to grow and prosper–often encouraged and subsidized to destroy their “non-cooperative” competitors. As an example, do you not think that the oligarch Tech Tyrants Google, ScrewTube, and Fakebook would be crushed in a second if the ceased being the propaganda ministers for the Democrat Swamp scum?

        • SoftStarLight January 23, 2022 at 12:41 pm #

          Well yes, anyone not serving the interests of the globalist oligarchs will be crushed. But I am not as concerned with Russia and China as I am of the tyranny festering right here at home. Which in large part sounds similar to the sorts of tyrannies you describe in Russia and China.

      • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 8:33 pm #

        SSL

        Let’s see. Obama drove all those corporations with their oligarchs overseas with this tax and spend philosophy. His entire agenda was to promote socialism.

        Enter Trump, situation attempted to be reversed. He actually tariffed China to protect American agricultural and mfg. interests. He was clobbered for doing it.

        Enter Biden. Obama reset. It is blowing up in his face in all ways, but the hidebound Libs cannot back down.

        Oligarchs will seek higher ground if he ever gets his tax and spend agenda in place. But the goal is socialism, European style at first, then Marxism, sponsored by the minority dependent politicos at the top. the US then will be a shell of itself, deserted by all the capital sources.

        Because of socialism!

        BTW, how many oligarchs have armies?

        • SoftStarLight January 23, 2022 at 12:46 pm #

          The biggest corporations have been doing fine under all three of the administrations you mentioned. And particularly the covid relief spending has been awesome for the mega corporations and oligarchs. And of course they funded the summer of love riots so you tell me John.

    • got___truth January 22, 2022 at 5:36 pm #

      “China brings back anal swab testing for Covid in world’s most brutal lockdown two weeks before Winter Olympics begin.”
      https://www.the-sun.com/news/4512129/china-anal-swabs-covid-mandatory-winter-olympics/

      The amount of tyranny you get, is the amount you accept.

      The CCP has no limits, and neither does the baby boomer greed that sold out the old leftist republic to the CCP AND CONTINUES TO INVEST IN CHINA.

      …the degenerate division within the boomers KNOW where they’re going!
      http://funwithdad.net/funwithdad52.html

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTZ-CpINiqg

      GODSPEED!

    • Jarek January 23, 2022 at 1:21 pm #

      Who funded the Communist revolution? Revolutions take a lot of money and planning. We know that Jacob Schiff for one, of Kuhn, Loeb and Co (now Chase Manhattan) loaned the Russian Communists 20 million in gold sterling, a loan that was paid back after the victory.

      Thus America fought with their Communists allies again and again, both in WW2 and afterwards, betraying Chiang Kai-shek and backing Mao and the Communists. Right down to today with the Corporations backing BLM and Critical Race Theory.

      Communism is a project of Capitalism, Heads and tails, with Capitalism being the head. The final system will have elements of both, with Capitalism for the Elite and Communism for the rest of us. “You will own nothing and you will be happy” – Klaus Scwab.

      The Man who fought against our Globalist Oppressors? We fought with the Communists to destroy him. National Socialism is neither right nor left, nor the shaky middle point known as Socialism. It is on a different line all together. These others are philosophies of matter. National Socialism, like its lesser brother, Fascism (Nationalism), is a philosophy of Man.

  74. tom clark January 22, 2022 at 4:19 pm #

    Meat Loaf:.. “He was the kind of guy who didn’t take care of himself…a classic rocker or artist type.”

    Mississippi John Hurt…”You’ve got to walk that lonesome valley…you’ve got to walk it by yourself.”

    • BackRowHeckler January 22, 2022 at 4:41 pm #

      John Hurt, the actor?

      • Blackbird January 23, 2022 at 2:04 am #

        One outa two ain’t bad.

    • Alpha Omega January 22, 2022 at 4:45 pm #

      Two out of three ain’t bad.

      • Alpha Omega January 22, 2022 at 7:10 pm #

        By the way, Tom Clark, you will undoubtedly be Happy to hear that O.G. Hawkins’ January 18 Settlement Conference went very well.

        In fact, Justice Scott agreed that Respondent (OGH) is indeed entitled to a copy of the evidence Applicant and Respondent’s counsel claim to have shared amongst themselves (at Mediation on November 22, 2017) yet inexplicably (sans The Truth) refuse to share with Respindent.

        Given your countdown to January 18, I’m sure that you will want to mark your calendar for what is next:

        Trial Scheduling on September 27. Then Trial in November.

        Cheers!

        • Jarek January 22, 2022 at 11:08 pm #

          Bravo!

        • anmariwakaranai January 23, 2022 at 1:30 am #

          Way to go ! ?

  75. liber8tor January 22, 2022 at 5:53 pm #

    Jen Psaki wants us to know thatJoe will definitely run again in 2024 (if the supply of Depends holds out)

    Covid winding down, but the Supply Chain crisis will be a barrel-of-laughs when Normies can’t get their ProZac and Lithium.

    • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 8:23 pm #

      Got it figured out.

      Open the border, legalize drugs, subsidize the cartels.

      Supply problem solved with help from our friends in China.

    • MaryQueen January 22, 2022 at 10:24 pm #

      Well they managed to make a walking corpse “win” (weekend at Biden’s) . Most of his stuff is done on a stage or green-screened. FAKE PRESIDENT.

      Why is not more made of this? Oh because Americans are used to starting like zombies at screens and don’t care.

      Then again, why care about anything those ghouls say?

  76. BackRowHeckler January 22, 2022 at 6:30 pm #

    Ronnie Spector

    1943-2022

    RIP, Angel.

    ‘Walking in the Rain thru the Kingdom of Heaven’

    • Alpha Omega January 22, 2022 at 7:13 pm #

      Ronnie Spector, Bob Saget, Meat Loaf, Louie Anderson, Clark Gillies, …

      40% increase in American all-source deaths (18-64) will, of course, be matched with a 40% increase in celeb deaths.

      RIP one and all.

      • Disaffected January 22, 2022 at 7:20 pm #

        They gonna rename it the Celebrity Variant. That saves me, at least! I’m too damn ordinary to fuck with.

        • Disaffected January 22, 2022 at 9:38 pm #

          “Too mediocre to fuck over.”

          T-Shirts forthcoming.

  77. benr January 22, 2022 at 6:37 pm #

    The crime waves are starting to hurt the Democrats and they are beginning to pretend like its not their terrible policies causing them.

    https://www.oann.com/nyc-mayor-adams-downplays-crime-despite-recent-subway-death/

    • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 7:17 pm #

      The Democrats need the minority vote. They will do anything to appease the subversive element of our society. These people do no even want to be Americans anymore. IMHO, they do not know what they want, just not that lousy White infested America anymore.

      For all the denier folks, these people will not reconcile. Either they will have to be put in their place, or we 20th century Americans will have to secede away from them in a balkanized state or leave.

      New Africa.

      • gustafson.robert.22 January 22, 2022 at 7:25 pm #

        “they do not know what they want”

        yes. the key reason they have zero moral high ground.

        but “whites” (those invested in the current structure) don’t really know what they want either

        the field is pretty open for anyone with a strong, persuasive vision

        • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 7:44 pm #

          Okay, what do the Blacks want? They do not know what they want now. Think Chicago. Think BLM. What do they want from their leaders? Welfare? Preferential treatment? Reparations? Do they want anything that will move them forward, to compete in American society?

          Whites are ambivalent, deniers, they have always been the majority so just do not worry about much of anything. What is changing is that a consortium of minorities are starting to approach majority status, and already is in areas. The Whites are in a minority status and do not know what to do about it.

          The American experiment is dying. Balkanization or just secession will be the result. Diversity is a failure.

  78. Pucker January 22, 2022 at 7:15 pm #

    With Covid

    Did you hear about the bloke who died “with Covid 19” also suffering from hookworm, scurvy, and beriberi?

    • Disaffected January 22, 2022 at 7:18 pm #

      You know what this means, don’t ya Puck? ConVid has now mutated such that it will give you hookworm, scurvy, and beriberi! This is fucking ominous!

      • Paula D January 23, 2022 at 12:32 pm #

        Scary! Double mask, for sure.
        Also wrap your house in plastic and duct tape.

    • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 7:35 pm #

      Pucker

      Question

      Someone is hanging on with a chronic disease, a good selection is COPD from smoking their lifetime away. They are 80 and living in an assisted living center.

      They get Covid. And die.

      If Covid had not gotten to them, they would still be alive.

      What killed them? The Covid or the COPD?

      The folks on both sides will answer this differently, but what is the real answer?

      IMHO, if a population is in place with all kinds of chronic conditions such as COPD, CAD, chronic kidney failure, CHF, and on and on, and an an acute illness takes out their hold on homeostasis, maybe the real cause of death should be COPD with complications of Covid.

      And recorded accordingly.

      Same with the vaxx. If chronic disease is present, it should be noted. Better yet, do not inject them.

      Can you imagine, the vaxx supporters having to admit their cure could be almost as bad as the disease?

      This co-morbidity documentation will never be done, both with the disease and the vaxx. Why? If we had kept it up to now, mRNA would be dead, the medical miracle of the future would be stopped and billions would be flushed.

      I hope they are rewriting the Hippocratic oath.

      “First do no harm”

      The Hypocritical oath.

      • Disaffected January 22, 2022 at 7:41 pm #

        They changed the oath a few years back, JAZ. It’s “First make money” now. A corollary is “Payment and/or insurance information is due before treatment.” That’s the one we’re all familiar with at the reception desk, of course.

        • JohnAZ January 22, 2022 at 8:19 pm #

          Yup.

          Think about the moral status of the “professions”, the societal elements that are supposed to serve first priority.

          Medical

          Lawyers

          Clergy

          All money grubbers now.

          I do admire the Docs who serve overseas pro bono.

  79. tom clark January 22, 2022 at 7:43 pm #

    In the words of the illustrious and never-to-be-forgotten Ari Fleischer, covid has officially become a “non-starter”.

  80. Disaffected January 22, 2022 at 9:29 pm #

    Public service announcement:

    Tonight, ‘Svengoolie – Earth vs. The Flying Saucers’, c. 1956, starring High Marlowe and Joan Taylor, is now showing on MeTV. As a fine example of 1950’s movie making at its most hammy and near worst, it’s an excellent way to waste a few hours while imbibing the beers of your choice and avoiding the temptation to focus on ConVid19 or War in Ukraine as possible ends to your otherwise meaningless 21st century existence. Should you so be inclined, you might even be tempted to “make out” with whatever female you have handy and find unobjectionable, thereby simulating the true 1950’s experience even more fully.

    This has been a public service announcement.

    We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming.

    • Jarek January 22, 2022 at 10:28 pm #

      Ever see Lover’s Land vs the Martians? Horny Martians try to horn in on the action at a necking spot but the intrepid teenagers use light against them since the Martians can’t take it.

      Gates wants to darken the Earth. Could this be the reason and not the bullshit “global warming”?

      • Disaffected January 23, 2022 at 8:14 am #

        MeTV and the corny old late 50’s early 60’s stuff is now without a doubt the best thing on TV. It’s truly become a vast wasteland of irritating electronic background noise, mostly in the form of the nearly-constant commercials. If the NFL practiced truth in advertising their listings would say 3 hours of commercial programming with snippets of actual NFL game action included for the curious.

        • MaryQueen January 23, 2022 at 9:37 am #

          It astounds me that anyone watches regular TV still. I stopped that 10 years ago!

          I never see commercials. I do streaming only.

          • Disaffected January 23, 2022 at 1:33 pm #

            It’s kind of background noise for me while working at home. During the week I watch Talk Radio TV shows on Peacock. They can be pretty insipid too and do have commercials, but far fewer and less annoying.

            When I think of all the good documentaries that could be put together and broadcast 24/7 on some enterprising channel I shake my head at the pathetic waste of all the current bandwidth. So much power and hot air expended in the service of tawdry shit that’s not entertaining, informative, or even healthy in the least. All for money.

            Watching a snippet of “WW Z” on the tube now. Premise: A pandemic that turns people into actual zombies (yes, just another zombie flick)! I had to laugh, though, as they hit so close to the mark figuratively (the sick as zombies) but missed it by a mile literally in favor of serving a stupid TV meme. On the plus side, watching this kind of shit as a commentary on the utter debasement of our entire culture is kind of fun sometimes too.

            In that respect, popular movies and TV haven’t really progressed at all from their “primitive” 1950’s counterparts. If anything they’ve actually regressed, as at least then it was all viewed as a mindless distraction for people with newfound leisure time on their hands, whereas now people actually buy into much of this shit.

          • Redneck Liberal January 23, 2022 at 9:09 pm #

            “I stopped that 10 years ago!”

            Yeah, yeah…you’ve told us all often enough now, haven’t you?

      • messianicdruid January 23, 2022 at 10:08 am #

        They trying to delay the next ice age.

    • messianicdruid January 23, 2022 at 10:13 am #

      The very worst is JJ Walker pushing medicare crap after the deadline.

    • BackRowHeckler January 23, 2022 at 11:05 am #

      I watched it! Can you tell the diff between 50s scifi actors Hugh Marlow & Richard Carlson? Or are the one in the same?

      • beantownbill. January 23, 2022 at 12:03 pm #

        Herbert Philbrick on tv, emotionally destroyed by Tandalao (Dorothy Lamour)) in the movies.

      • Disaffected January 23, 2022 at 5:04 pm #

        It’s kinda funny. With regards to different actors of long passed generations and dressing/grooming styles, I often find it hard to tell them apart, much like Americans often say Asians all look alike and vice versa. Something going on there with facial recognition, which is still one of the great mysteries of science. Something about the heavily greased hair with the standard part on the side and suit and tie just makes them al look alike to me. Same for the women for the most part too. I guess it could just be that I’m not that familiar with the actors themselves. Or it could also be that they were selecting for a m