Mar 172021

Vincent van Gogh Peach trees in blossom 1888


Russia Stoked Ukraine Allegations To Undermine Biden – US Intel (Pol.)
Big Media Outlets “Independently Confirm” Each Other’s Falsehoods (Greenwald)
US Admits Waging InfoWar Against Russia’s Sputnik Vaccine (ZH)
Biden Gets Away With Exactly What Cuomo Is Accused Of (Emmons)
Pandemic Blunder (Hirschhorn)
New Covid-19 Variant Found In Brittany May Not Show Up In Regular Tests (RT)
Why We All MUST Reject Vaccine Passports (Krainer)
Wall Street Is Greenwashing The Financial World (Fancy)
US Joins India And China In Ramping Up Coal Usage (ZH)
Courts Close In On Gig Economy Firms Globally (G.)
Getting Hyperinflation Right (Dmitry Orlov)





This stuff must stop, but it won’t. These idiots are endangering the entire world. And that wanking rodent Schiff pops up again too.

Russia Stoked Ukraine Allegations To Undermine Biden – US Intel (Pol.)

Russia tried again last year to help then-President Donald Trump win the White House, the U.S. intelligence community said Tuesday in a long-awaited postmortem — adding that a “primary” tactic in that effort was the spreading of corruption allegations involving Democratic challenge Joe Biden and Ukraine. But the effort fell short of the Kremlin-backed efforts to assist Trump in his 2016 contest against Hillary Clinton, the spy community wrote in its unclassified assessment of foreign threats to the 2020 U.S. federal elections. And the agencies found no attempts by foreign countries to change vote tallies or final results.

“We assess that Russian President [Vladimir] Putin authorized, and a range of Russian government organizations conducted, influence operations aimed at denigrating President Biden’s candidacy and the Democratic Party, supporting former President Trump, undermining public confidence in the electoral process, and exacerbating sociopolitical divisions in the U.S.,” the assessment said. “The primary effort,” the document added, “revolved around a narrative-that Russian actors began spreading as early as 2014-alleging corrupt ties between President Biden, his family, and other US officials and Ukraine.” It said Russia’s intelligence services “relied on Ukraine-linked proxies and these proxies’ networks-including their US contacts-to spread this narrative.”

Unlike in 2016, however, “we did not see persistent Russian cyber efforts to gain access to election infrastructure,” added the document, issued by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Iran, meanwhile, waged a “covert influence campaign intended to undercut” Trump’s reelection bid without directly promoting his rivals in order to “undermine public confidence in the election process” and “sow division and exacerbate societal tensions” in the country. “We assess that Supreme Leader Khamenei authorized the campaign and Iran’s military and intelligence services implemented it using overt and covert messaging and cyber operations,” the examination states. The agencies found no efforts by China to interfere in the election, although one intelligence official maintained in a minority opinion that Beijing “took at least some steps to undermine” Trump’s chances, “primarily through social media and official public statements and media.”


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Big Media Outlets “Independently Confirm” Each Other’s Falsehoods (Greenwald)

For a few weeks following the issuance of the Mueller report, Democrats and media figures gamely attempted to deny that it obliterated the conspiracy theories to which they had relentlessly subjected the country for the prior four years. How could they do otherwise? They staked their entire reputations and the trust of their audience on having this be true. To avoid their day of reckoning, they would hype ancillary events such as Paul Manafort’s conviction on unrelated financial crimes or Michael Flynn’s guilty plea for a minor and dubious charge (for which even Mueller recommended no prison time) or Roger Stone’s various process charges to insist that there was still a grain of truth to their multifaceted geopolitical fairy tale seemingly lifted straight from a Tom Clancy Cold War thriller about the world’s two largest nuclear powers.

But even they knew this was just a temporary survival strategy and that it was unsustainable for the long term. That the crux of the scandal all along was that key Trump allies if not the President himself would be indicted and imprisoned for having conspired with the Russians was too glaring to make people forget about it. That was why former CIA Director John Brennan assured the MSNBC audience in March — just weeks before Mueller closed his investigation with no conspiracy crimes alleged — that it was impossible that the investigation could close without first indicting Trump’s children and other key White House aides on what Brennan correctly said was the whole point of the scandal from the start: “criminal conspiracy involving the Russians . . . . whether or not U.S. persons were actively collaborating, colluding, cooperating, involved in a conspiracy with them or not.”

Brennan strongly insinuated that among those likely to be indicted for criminally conspiring with the Russians were those “from the Trump family.” As we all know, literally none of that happened. Not only were Trump family members not indicted by Mueller on charges of “criminal conspiracy involving the Russians,” no Americans were. Brennan believed there was no way that the Mueller investigation could end without that happening because that was the whole point of the scandal from the start. To explain why it had not happened up to that point after eighteen months of investigation by Mueller’s subpoena-armed and very zealous team of prosecutors, Brennan invented a theory that they were waiting to do that as the final act because they knew they would be fired by Trump once it happened. But it never happened because Mueller found no evidence to prove that it did.

The Advocate, Mar. 10, 2017

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“Combatting malignant influence in the Americas…”

Who’s the actual malignant influence?

US Admits Waging InfoWar Against Russia’s Sputnik Vaccine (ZH)

The Kremlin on Tuesday called out what’s it’s dubbed the “unprecedented” propaganda war against Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine. The words were issued by spokesman Dmitry Peskov in response to widespread allegations that the Untied States is actively trying to dissuade its allies from purchasing the Russian-produced vaccine. This despite the emerging scientific consensus that’s found it to be at least 91% effective while further preventing inoculated persons from becoming severely ill. The Kremlin is responding to newly emerged proof that the US intervened with the largest country in South America, Brazil.

The Washington Post details that “Buried deep in the dry, 72-page annual report of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services lay a startling admission: U.S. health officials under President Donald Trump worked to convince Brazil to reject Russia’s Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine.” Brazil has long stood as the second highest COVID-19 infected country in the world behind the US, with over 11.5 confirmed infections so far (with the US now approaching the 30 million mark). Here’s the key controversial section from the 71-page document. The section is entitled “Combatting malignant influence in the Americas”…

“Examples include using OGA’s Health Attache office to persuade Brazil to reject the Russian COVID-19 vaccine,” the government report spelled out explicitly. Brazil’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has since claimed it never received directives or “consultations” such as are described in the report from the US, with a statement saying, “the Embassy of Brazil in Washington has not received consultations or actions from United States authorities or companies regarding the possible purchase, by Brazil, of the Russian vaccine against Covid-19.” Kremlin spokesman Peskov in his comments didn’t name the allegations specifically but only denounced generally that “In many countries the scale of pressure is quite unprecedented… such selfish attempts to force countries to abandon any vaccines have no prospects.

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“Cuomo is not liked and, now, not useful. If Biden becomes similarly expendable in the future, he may finally face the same kind of treatment.”

Biden Gets Away With Exactly What Cuomo Is Accused Of (Emmons)

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been accused of unwanted touching and sexual harassment. President Joe Biden has been accused of everything from creepily sniffing women’s hair to sexual assault. Yet Biden is the one who gets the folksy treatment, perceived as merely touchy-feely, while Cuomo, despite his status as prince of the pandemic press conference, could be facing the end of his career. Prominent Democrats have called for the governor’s resignation over the scandal. Seven women now say they experienced unwanted touching at the governor’s hands. Cuomo claims he never did it, and apologized for making anyone feel bad. By his own admission, Cuomo may be a little handsy. He’s said that “You can go find hundreds of pictures of me kissing people . . . it is my usual and customary way of greeting.”

The public is meant to believe that it’s simply part of his charm. Contrast this to Biden in 2019, who said “I’m not sorry for any of my intentions, I’m not sorry for anything that I have ever done. I have never been disrespectful intentionally or a man or a woman. So that’s not the reputation I’ve had since I was in high school for God’s sake.” Cuomo apologized and he’s going down. Biden refused to apologize, and he’s practically sanctified. “Social norms are changing. I understand that,” Biden said, “and I’ve heard what these women are saying. Politics to me has always been about making connections, but I will be more mindful about respecting personal space in the future. That’s my responsibility and I will meet it.”

But has he? He barely gave a glance at Tara Reade’s accusations, never mind the myriad other women who stepped forward to say that Biden made them uneasy either with touching or his penchant for sniffing. The charges against Biden are well-documented, but it’s Cuomo that’s in the hot seat, and Biden chilling in the Oval. A take down of Biden over sexual harassment charges is simply not politically expedient. But for Democrats, Cuomo has got to go. While they are loath to admit it, the outcry over the sexual harassment scandal is likely about something else. Cuomo is embarrassing for Democrats who praised him during the COVID-19 outbreak. An investigation by the attorney general’s office found that not only did the Cuomo administration undercount nursing home deaths by up to 50 percent, they did so on purpose in order to avoid political fallout.

The Democrats who are intent on hounding Cuomo out of office do not want the political fallout of the nursing home deaths. It’s easier to hold Cuomo’s hands to the fire over these allegations of unwanted touching than it is to deal with the intentional cover-up of elder deaths, in which they may find themselves to have been complicit. In short, Cuomo is not liked and, now, not useful. If Biden becomes similarly expendable in the future, he may finally face the same kind of treatment.

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Hirschhorn reached out to me after I published VandenBossche’s piece. I haven’t read his book -yet-. The video seems interesting.

Pandemic Blunder (Hirschhorn)

A huge amount of data and information not covered by mainstream media are in Pandemic Blunder that tells the story of how over 300,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 unnecessarily because the government has blocked early home treatment and prevention.  With 500,000 COVID deaths, learning about safe and effective early home treatment/prevention more important than ever. About the Book: Pandemic Blunder contains considerable medical information and data to support a number of proven safe, cheap generic medicines and protocols that knock out the coronavirus when given early. Read about the pioneering, courageous doctors who have been using innovative approaches to prevent their COVID patients from needing hospital care and facing death.

The book includes many expert opinions from doctors who support the view that 70 to 80 percent of COVID deaths could have been prevented—and still can be. Don’t be victimized by disinformation and propaganda from leftist media. Learn how corrupt forces are aiming to make billions of dollars from expensive medicines and vaccines, and how hundreds of thousands of deaths could have—and should have—been prevented! Pandemic blunder is defined as the failure of the United States public health system and federal agencies to support and promote early home/outpatient treatment for the COVID-19 pandemic disease. 

Considerable medical information and data convincingly show that when given early a number of proven safe, cheap generic medicines and protocols knock out the coronavirus. Early means within the first few days of getting symptoms or a positive test. Some pioneering and courageous doctors have been using innovative approaches to prevent their covid patients from needing hospital care and facing death. Many expert views of doctors support the view that 70 percent to 80 percent of covid deaths could have been prevented – and still can for future victims of the disease.  Learn how hundreds of thousands of deaths could have and should have been prevented.

This book does more than describe the pandemic blunder, particularly in terms of the influence of Dr. Anthony Fauci. It can help Americans protect their lives by not being victimized by disinformation and propaganda from leftist media.  Pandemic management has failed because of corrupt forces aiming to make billions of dollars from expensive medicines and vaccines. There has been a widespread dereliction of duty on the part of many local, state, and federal government officials.

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The virus is endemic. New variants will keep emerging.

New Covid-19 Variant Found In Brittany May Not Show Up In Regular Tests (RT)

France’s health ministry has warned that a new variant of Covid-19 found in the country’s north may evade conventional PCR testing, but initial analysis suggests it is not more contagious or deadly. On Monday, the Directorate General of Health (DGS) said in a press release that a new Covid-19 variant was being investigated after genomic sequencing confirmed the existence of 8 cases at a single hospital, where the new strain had been identified but had initially not shown up after PCR tests. The DGS said the new variant does not appear to be more contagious or deadly, although this is a very early assessment.

The statement adds that the virus appears to have evaded RT-PCR (reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction) test results on nasopharyngeal samples. Instead, the diagnosis had to be made “by serology or by performing RT-PCR on deep respiratory samples.” The statement concludes by noting that the local authorities and prefectures are stepping up measures to curb the transmission of the virus, “as a precaution.” Measures include “speeding up vaccination, reminding people of the importance of social distancing and limiting gatherings.” In a message to healthcare professionals, the DGS said analysis carried out by the Pasteur Institute had revealed the new variant was “carrying nine mutations in the region encoding the S protein but also in other viral regions.”

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Why We All MUST Reject Vaccine Passports (Krainer)

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but it is really fear.
– Mohandas Gandhi

To ‘normalize’ vaccine passports, the idea is increasingly being discussed in the media as we trudge on through the umpteenth version of lockdowns. On Saturday (13 March 2021) I got accosted by the police in Cap d’Ail (south of France) for the offense of taking my kids out in the sun without having a justificatif. I have long lost track of the ever changing rules and shifting logic, but I didn’t feel like arguing. The police were just doing their jobs, enforcing shitty rules that harass and antagonize people. For example, I would have been allowed to be where I was if it were a working day, but since it was Saturday, it was verboten. The objective of such rules is nothing to do with public health; they are intended to exasperate us all to the point where we yield to the indignity of vaccine passports when they are rolled out, just so we can live our lives and be left in peace.

Alexis de Tocqueville understood the nature of this dumb, slow march of bankers’ tyranny. In “Democracy in America” (1835) he predicted that the society would fall into a new kind of servitude which, “covers the surface of society with a network of small complicated rules,” which “does not tyrannise but it compresses, enervates, extinguishes and stupefies people, till each nation is reduced to be nothing better than a flock of timid and industrious animals of which the government is the sheppard.” De Tocqeville’s book was published mere two years after President Andrew Jackson ended the Second Bank of the United States, and the struggles between the bankers and the society was very pertinent to his observations.

The small complicated rules are a sinister trap and it is imperative that we not fall into it. Even if we are ready to yield on vaccines and vaccine passports to end our present predicament, our children and grandchildren will have to live with the consequences of our compromises. We therefore have no right to decline this struggle.

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Former chief investment officer of Sustainable Investing at BlackRock

Wall Street Is Greenwashing The Financial World (Fancy)

The financial services industry is duping the American public with its pro-environment, sustainable investing practices. This multitrillion dollar arena of socially conscious investing is being presented as something it’s not. In essence, Wall Street is greenwashing the economic system and, in the process, creating a deadly distraction. I should know; I was at the heart of it. As the former chief investment officer of Sustainable Investing at BlackRock, the largest asset manager in the world with $8.7 trillion in assets, I led the charge to incorporate environmental, social and governance (ESG) into our global investments. In fact, our messaging helped mainstream the concept that pursuing social good was also good for the bottom line. Sadly, that’s all it is, a hopeful idea. In truth, sustainable investing boils down to little more than marketing hype, PR spin and disingenuous promises from the investment community.

In many instances across the industry, existing mutual funds are cynically rebranded as “green” — with no discernible change to the fund itself or its underlying strategies — simply for the sake of appearances and marketing purposes. In other cases, ESG products contain irresponsible companies such as petroleum majors and other large polluters like “fast fashion” manufacturing to boost the fund’s performance. There are even portfolio managers who actively mine ESG data to bet against environmentally responsible companies in the name of profit, a short-selling strategy. Risk managers are focused on protecting their investment portfolios from potential damages done by a worsening climate rather than helping prevent that damage from occurring in the first place.

As disheartening as this reality is, claiming to be environmentally responsible is profitable. Last year alone, ESG mutual funds and exchange-traded funds nearly doubled. The investment community understandably reacted to this with cheers. But those cheers were only for fund managers and their bottom lines. No matter what they tout as green investing, portfolio managers are legally bound (as well as financially incentivized) to do nothing that compromises profits. To advance real change in the environment simply doesn’t yield the same return.

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Green New Deal.

US Joins India And China In Ramping Up Coal Usage (ZH)

Major users of coal across the world are set to ramp up their usage of the fossil fuel in coming months. Power plants in the U.S. are expected to consume 16% more coal this year than in 2020 and another 3% on top of that in 2022. China and India also have “no plans to cut back” their use of burning the fossil fueld. In fact, “it’ll almost be as if the pandemic-induced drop in emissions never happened,” Bloomberg reports. Inevitably, this will result in higher emissions, which stands at stark odds with the climate initiatives that President Joe Biden ran on. Amanda Levin, policy analyst at the New York-based National Resources Defense Council said: “We’re going to see a really marked increase in emissions with coal consumption at U.S. power plants returning almost to 2019 levels.”

She says that changes to mitigate usage could happen quickly if Biden implements his planned green-energy policies. In the U.S., the ramp comes as a result of both costlier natural gas, and a broad re-opening from the pandemic. For India and China, the steady use is indicative of growing demand, despite the fact that both countries are trying to use wind and solar, as well. China’s power consumption, for example, has grown, despite the country reducing coal’s share in the nation’s energy makeup. President Biden’s upcoming infrastructure bill is expected to include plans to “fulfill his campaign pledges on climate change, making the U.S. best poised to salvage progress in reducing global emissions,” Bloomberg reports. In China, President Xi Jinping has committed to net-zero emissions by 2060.

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It will be a long fight.

Courts Close In On Gig Economy Firms Globally (G.)

Gig economy companies, including Uber and Deliveroo, have faced at least 40 major legal challenges around the world as delivery drivers and riders try to improve their rights. The analysis of 39 employment cases, and seven linked cases on matters such as competition law, covers legal action in 20 countries including Australia, Chile, Brazil, South Korea, Canada and across Europe. The cases have been brought by gig economy workers seeking access to basic rights, such as minimum wages and sick pay. Put together by the International Lawyers Assisting Workers Network of more than 600 lawyers from at least 70 countries, the report highlights a string of court rulings in favour of drivers including in Italy, where authorities have fined Uber Eats, Glovo, Just Eat, and Deliveroo €733m (£628m) for misclassifying 60,000 couriers. That case is being appealed against.

A court in Spain ruled last year that drivers for food delivery firm Glovo were employees and the government in Madrid has since announced legislation confirming delivery riders’ status as salaried staff. In South Korea, a driver working via the Tada van hailing app was also ruled to be an employee. Last month, the UK supreme court dismissed Uber’s appeal against a landmark employment tribunal ruling that its drivers should be classed as workers with access to the minimum wage and paid holidays. On Tuesday night, Uber announced it will guarantee its 70,000 UK drivers a minimum hourly wage, holiday pay and pensions, in a dramatic u-turn which could put pressure on other gig economy firms to change tack.

Jeff Vogt, at the Washington DC based Solidarity Center workers rights group, said there was a clear trend towards recognising improved rights and employment status for those working for gig economy companies dealing with food delivery and taxi hire. “The courts are closing in on them,” he said. However, the report also warns that not all claims are successful and states must act to enforce the regulations as gig economy firms use their considerable resources to defend their practices. Tactics include contracts with mandatory arbitration clauses, which fend off legal action by forcing those with a grievance to pay costly administration and filing fees in the preliminary stages. This has proved a particular problem in the US.

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”..we have the technology to make hyperinflation safe, comfortable, convenient and fun for the whole family!”

Getting Hyperinflation Right (Dmitry Orlov)

The sheer mechanics of hyperinflation—of printing and issuing ever more notes, repeatedly exchanging older, increasingly worthless notes for newer ones, making payments using cartloads and wagonloads of cash—become increasingly burdensome. When it takes an entire suitcase of cash to pay for a pack of cigarettes or a bar of soap, soap and cigarettes themselves become a makeshift form of currency. Hyperinflation is most unpopular with people who insist on storing their savings in the form of cash. In response, they turn to buying up and hoarding other things, causing shortages and further driving up prices. But all of these problems can now be solved because we have the technology to make hyperinflation safe, comfortable, convenient and fun for the whole family!

However, this requires a change in mindset and a different approach to money. To start with, we need to recognize that money is not a physical quantity. It is dimensionless because it can only be measured relative to other currencies. Unlike any physical quantity, it is measured with infinite precision; any physical measurement, be it in kilograms, cubic meters or kilowatt-hours, has to have error bars on it to be meaningful, while monetary quantities, no matter how large, are precise down to the last penny. It is circularly defined: money derives its value from things that can be purchased with it, and these things in turn derive their price from the value of money.

Although money can be given a physical representation in the form of coins or paper currency, its essential nature is ephemeral, nonphysical and intangible. In essence, money only exists as pure thought in the minds of people who are involved in its exchange. Its physical embodiments are just theatrical props. Its reality is conceptual, similar to that of the irrational number π, which can also be given a physical representation—as, say, a one-meter-diameter circle carved in stone that has a circumference of π meters—but that would be pointless. Just as π is ubiquitous in mathematics, money is ubiquitous in economics.

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    Vincent van Gogh Peach trees in blossom 1888   • Russia Stoked Ukraine Allegations To Undermine Biden – US Intel (Pol.) • Big Media Outlets “Inde
    [See the full post at: Debt Rattle March 17 2021]

    V. Arnold

    Who’s the actual malignant influence?

    You know what I think of the above question?

    Sorry: why the fuck is this even a fucking question?????
    …we all know the answer, don’t we?
    If not, I’m checking the first flight off this planet…

    V. Arnold

    I picture Ilargi as a human on a beach soon to be hit with a tsunami…
    He’s holding his right arm up with the palm facing to ocean, impugning the tsunami to abate…
    …keep on keeping on Ilargi…

    V. Arnold

    Vincent van Gogh Peach trees in blossom 1888

    Oh hell, I forgot the van Gogh…
    I’m a suker for peach trees in bloom…
    How can they be anything but sublimely beautiful???


    Biden has no idea what the vaccine he got actually does. That also makes him a danger to his grandchildren.

    I just don’t understand this sort of macho thing about, ‘I’m not gonna get the vaccine. I have a right as an American, my freedom to not do it.’ Well, why don’t you be a patriot? Protect other people.” Biden said getting vaccinated himself has let him to show Americans doing so is safe – and has changed his life “because I can hug my grandkids now.” “They come over to the house,” the president said. “I can see them. I’m able to be with them.”


    Gotta love these guys. Have to wonder about all this ‘bad news’ about the AZ vaccine.


    Have to make sure that ‘war stuff’ never ends.

    Dr. D

    Biden: That’s not good. He was already having an affair with Jill when his wife accidentally died. So he was trying for No. 3? Grabbing them by the parts? Gotta catch ‘em all!

    No one cares. Just as no one cares they are contesting several DNC congressional losses. I thought even ASKING was treason! And may in fact flip one, just ‘cause the House said so. But: election integrity!

    There is nothing but power. The purpose of power is more power.

    So, ‘cause: facts and reason, I assume this staffer never spoke up and was so upset she did exactly nothing about it for the 4 decades ‘til now when I’m supposed to believe her. Sorry, when you do NOTHING, I can’t feel you were very upset. Same with Cuomo’s people. So upset they said nothing, didn’t even leave. Only now, #7, did she file a report. That doesn’t make it not true – it probably is – but sorry, as an outsider, a public jury, that’s just not evidence. So don’t make me defend the nation’s foremost mass-murderer.

    “Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff…”

    Okay stop. Like from yesterday, if he said it, it’s a lie. Why would you waste the next letter, the next second of your valuable life?

    “unsustainable for the long term.”

    It’s clearly sustainable. Half the nation loves lies more than eating, more than breathing, so much they would jump in front of a bullet to promote a lie. The lie is LIFE to them. Purpose. Religion. It is their very God.

    …If not, wouldn’t they MIND all the revelations, retractions, wrong predictions? But they don’t mind it, they LOVE it. More than their children’s mental health, children’s suicides, and children’s abductions. More than their parents, murdered alone in nursing home. More than their own job and paycheck. There is only the LIE. That is to say, the EGO.

    So don’t bother even pointing out it was all false. ALL of it. They don’t care. Never cared yet, don’t care now. Don’t point out “the childrens!” with Dr. Seuss while the Grammy sex-fest “WAP” is on. Don’t point out “Science” “research”, papers, reports, doctors. Dead children worldwide. They. Don’t. Care. They are the religion. Only the lie. Pointing it out only annoys the pig.

    “US Admits Waging InfoWar Against Russia’s Sputnik Vaccine (ZH)”

    That is to say: a LIE. “We are waging a war against Truth and Reality itself.” Even as it kills thousands in poor vaccines, or lack of access to vaccines. Like Reuters and BBC were taking money to proselytize for the LIE. There was a certain angel…

    “Biden Gets away with Exactly What Cuomo Is Accused of (Emmons)”

    Because: the LIE. Biden also: his kids profit-making for state Dept deals. In Russia (Moscow) and Ukraine. Grabbed them by the p—. Put kids in cages. Ended Democracy with a “cabal” of billionaires, foreigners, and government insiders, according to Time Magazine. Stop me when this sounds familiar. Because The Lie. Not just Cuomo but everything someone else was accused of except a tiny fraction they didn’t get around to tar-brushing.

    No one cares. Because they love The Lie more than life. They will die to protect it, and are. By the hundred-thousands. With joy and superiority on their blue lips. Swapping instant-death vaccine stories.

    New Covid-19 Variant Found in Brittany May Not Show Up in Regular Tests (RT)”

    Can’t be tested for and doesn’t kill anyone either. It’s like the Emperor’s New Virus. It’s the Calvinism of Medicine. You alone know when you have Medicine’s grace.

    Crazy? Crazier than a virus that only transmits on weekends or in bars after 10pm? There is no lie you can make that won’t become Love and God. #Truth is the only enemy. Because instinctively ANY truth leads to ALL truth. Any Lie leads to ALL lies.

    From the rest of that deTocqueville, Rand said the same thing: everything is illegal now, so law is 100% selective enforcement on Facebook, Twitter, in St. Louis, Portland, and D.C. You’re a 70 year old Grandma who wandered in? Terrorist, insurrectionist! Throw explosives at a Federal agent after locking the doors and trying to burn them alive? Peaceful protest. Diversity of tactics.

    My friends, right or wrong. The goal of power is power. The reason for power is power.

    But speaking of BlackRock and banking that power is coming to a sad end. (or happy. I know I am.) UST 10-year rises again, 1.67%. But that’s okay: they plan on fighting inflation by printing money! It’ll work because it’s different this time! Because: The Lie.

    “Courts Close in on Gig Economy Firms Globally (G.)”

    The important part was they already destroyed all small business and entrepreneur businessmen. After that, who cares? We just need to keep slave conditions down to pissing in a bottle in a 120f warehouse wearing an ankle monitor with a public ambulance waiting outside. Dickens would be so proud. It’s “vertical integration”. All fasces working. “Better Together”. Fascism. There’s no problem adding more fascism won’t fix. Except the universal rebellion of all citizens against you, left, right, and center. Right now.

    “If you cannot explain something in simple terms, you don’t understand it.” – Richard Feynman

    Feynman wasn’t kidding and lived this each day. That’s why he was smart. Anytime they use big words: we know you’re both stupid and snowing us.


    TAE community has identified the problems.
    Yet, the solutions evade us.
    Being an expat or a prepper is not sufficient
    All previous attempts to implement a sustainable social/economic system have dissipated in the morning haze.
    Check out your holy books, and your history books.
    Adam and Eve were not the first that left their social/economic system.
    The shit hit the fan even for the angels.
    They had to escape their social/economic system and set up a competing social/economic system.
    Its the untold truth.
    Saint Patrick’s Day, feast day (March 17) of St. Patrick, patron saint of Ireland. Born in Roman Britain in the late 4th century, he was kidnapped at the age of 16 and taken to Ireland as a slave. He escaped but returned about 432 to convert the Irish to Christianity. By the time of his death on March 17, 461, he had established monasteries, churches, and schools. Many legends grew up around him—for example, that he drove the snakes out of Ireland and used the shamrock to explain the Trinity. Ireland came to celebrate his day with religious services and feasts. Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated on Wednesday, March 17, 2021.

    Amazon has not banned the book. Yet.
    Find out why WHO does not promote early home/outpatient treatment for the COVID-19.

    Pandemic Blunder: Fauci and Public Health Blocked Early Home COVID Treatment Paperback – January 29, 2021
    – Joel S Hirschhorn

    Also, See my post – March 16, 2021 at 2:58 pm #71241


    Feed them or don’t feed them, then see what happens
    Trump Warns Border Crisis “Will Get Much Worse” As Biden Pleads With Migrants “Don’t Come Over”

    They are coming in from everywhere,” he said. “They are dropping them off and they are pouring into our country. It is a disgrace.”
    “They are going to destroy our country if we don’t do something about it.”
    “Frankly, our country can’t handle [the increase in migrants. It is a crisis like we have rarely had and certainly we have never had on the border. But it is going to get much worse.”


    Hirschorn’s kick at leftist media shows where his blinders are.
    Connecting the green washing article to the article in the comments section re Pfizer talking about upping the price of vaccines: I guess this is a good reminder that corporations have their primary fiduciary duty to make money, not save lives. Who knew that they were not doing god’s work.

    Basseterre Kitona

    This is a must read criitque of mass vaccination…by a vaccine designer:

    Reminds me a bit of the Philippines dengue vaccine failure that made future infections worse:

    Basseterre Kitona

    I have long lost track of the ever changing rules and shifting logic, but I didn’t feel like arguing. The police were just doing their jobs, enforcing shitty rules that harass and antagonize people.

    He is right about rejecting vaccine passport but he makes the mistake in not arguing with the police because he doesn’t feel like it. Instead, everybody needs to argue & resist all forms of this stupidity at every turn. Give the police & other enforcers no rest. Break them.

    Also, I’ve been trying to post this for days but it keeps getting rejected by censors:

    It is interview with a vaccine designer but who rejects the effort for mass vaccinations against sars-cov-2. Very important to consider his insights on the subject. The short version is that it is a bit like the disastrous dengue vaccine in Philippines that caused more harm than good:


    Bisseterre, I have no clue why your comments get hidden by the “system”, but I get the idea that there’s not much we can do about that. Like there are certain things WP doesn’t allow.

    Dr. D

    Following from yesterday:

    “Woman Who Thought Being A Princess Was Too Hard Wants To Run For President” –BBee

    Maybe she’s doing this to avoid criticism and bullying.


    @ Dr D (and anyone else who has a hard time believing an allegation of sexual harassment when it was kept quiet for a long time)

    Have you ever been bullied? After you were bullied, was your natural instinct to then publish that fact far and wide?
    To be a victim of bullying is to be framed as a victim…victims are seen by society as weak. The last thing one wants after being bullied is to be seen as weak by one’s peers.

    My family law attorney made sexual advances towards me nearly two years ago. I told no one for nearly 24 hours. It was psychologically traumatizing — I trusted this man, and he tried to twist my trust into an obligation to accept sexual advances in a time when I was terrified that I might lose custody of my children — this man was supposed to be my means to maintain custody. Due to this happening, I fired the attorney and tried to postpone the child support hearing the next week. I did not include in my motion to postpone the trial the reason for dumping the attorney — I was advised that to do so could be used by my ex’s attorney to besmirch my reputation and make it more difficult to maintain custody of my children. I went to the hearing with no attorney. It is difficult to clearly say that the end result (my ex attributed an income that was 1/3 of what I had hard evidence of, my own income attributed to be 33% higher than it was in actuality) was because I had no attorney, but one has to wonder. I should have appealed that ruling, but because I had no attorney and few funds and another court date that I had to prepare for (alone) in a few weeks, I did not appeal.

    I also did not report that attorney to the AZ bar. It was scary to contemplate doing that. In normal times, I could have overcome the reticence, but I needed to focus on the court case winding its way along that was attempting to wrest custody of my children from me. In the time since, life is very busy, and I still have not reported it. He is retired now, so he is less likely to have that access now, I tell myself. Instead, I wrote a song about what happened, and shared the song with friends. The music went a long ways towards helping heal from the traumatic incident. My new attorney (I eventually got one) sent me a notice from the AZ Bar that a woman last year made a similar accusation to the Bar. Knowing that someone else got up the courage to make the accusation makes it easier for me to do the same. Reading words of skeptics who doubt a woman just because she did not report it immediately after the fact again urges me to make the call to report it. But not today. I am on vacation with my kids today. Maybe next week.

    And so it goes.

    It is very difficult to announce private trauma publicly — it tends to compound the trauma.

    Farmer McGregor

    “… that wanking rodent Schiff…” — Priceless!!

    @Basseterre Kitona: “I’ve been trying to post this for days but it keeps getting rejected by censors”.
    Thought you might like to know that I have been seeing these posts with the same two links for several days running, two posts today. You seem to be getting through okay. Good articles, BTW.

    I really liked this BBB article:
    “She got better”.

    madamski cafone

    @ phoenixvoice

    I don’t think Dr. D was dismissing the problems of sexual oppression. I’m sure he knows that The Bee is comedy fiction not fact. I suspect Dr. D knows what it is like to be bullied. I would never doubt his bona fides regarding compassion for the common person although his (as I perceive it) tunnel-vision paranoia can be shrilly dismissive at times and too often for my tastes (I like a little of almost everything including deadly poison like caffeine).

    The fact that allegations of rape can be weaponized should be kepot distinct from the fact bthat rape happens… a lot… and it is well-=established that reporting this to the system typically punishes the accuser more than the accused… unless one goes around the so-called ‘criminal justice’ (well, it’s criminal, alright) and uses means like the media to create public ostracism.

    It has been mentioned that human beings lie. They do. They also tell the truth.

    madamski cafone

    @ Raul

    I don’t think it’s WP per se. The entire web is being overworked for reasons both practical (huge surge in usage) and corrupt (NSA overhauls/upgrades to a massive degree, I suspect).

    John Day

    It is spring break in Texas and Jenny and I never saw the Bucky’s at Interstate-10 and Highway 183 nearly as crowded as it was last Sunday. Bucky’s huge parking lot and gas pumps were all jammed. Gasoline went from under $2 per gallon to over $2.50 a gallon this month, because people are burning it.

    A couple of weeks ago (Republican) Governor Abbot declared that mandatory masking would end, because COVID infections, hospitalizations and deaths had dropped below a threshold. There was fear and derision in (Democratic) Austin, but it has been fading fast.

    The two camps in Texas are both done with COVID. The fearful maskers have increasingly “had both shots” and are making up for a year of lost socialization. We looked at a house in San Antonio, with our daughter and her husband that same last Sunday. As we walked out, an elderly couple, Bill and Yolanda, introduced themselves, explained that their house had the same plan, and invited us to join them on their walk around the neighborhood, to their house and into it, without masks (We offered). “We’ve both had both of our shots”. Bill and Yolanda were very friendly and helpful.

    Yesterday at Home Depot I heard an older, and apparently at-risk woman with a mask declaring things about “the whole year” of the pandemic, in the recent-past tense, to a Returns employee.
    The vaccinated elderly are broadly engaging their social calendars, making up for that missed year.

    The Rural Patriots were already done with COVID, though the elderly have become used to wearing masks while shopping, the Yoakum newspaper gave up showing people wearing masks in official photographs by early February. Group photos with masks became group photos without masks again.

    At the clinic, there are very few COVID tests each day now, like 5-6, not 35-36, and a positive result is a surprise again.

    This looks like herd-immunity. After the Valentine’s Day Ice Storm, people have had enough, and are getting outside, and have been socially engaging each other on the streets , almost like we used to do in the 1970s.
    It’s at least normal to engage openly and in a friendly way with strangers one encounters.
    Eye contact and smiles are way up over last year.

    We will know by April Fool’s Day if the Governor’s gamble was right.
    I suspect he may have won big, and half the state will credit him, while the other half credits the vaccines.
    I credit our immune systems and getting out in the sunlight more since it came back a month ago.

    Texas traffic is up to pre-pandemic levels, and I suspect the whole economy will be there soon.
    People are done with the COVID-Pandemic-Lockdown.
    Everybody has a politically acceptable out.
    Everybody opts out.

    Jenny and I are hosting a Spring Equinox Garden Party in Yoakum Saturday.
    People seem enthusiastic about participating.

    Mr. House

    ‘The Curious Case of Geert Vanden Bossche- His Open Letter, Video Interview and High-Profile Supporters’, by Rosemary Frei:

    Regarding Van Gogh: there’s a fine book by Bernard Denvir called Vincent: A Complete Portrait, which includes
    all his self-portraits and some excerpts from his writings. The ISBN is 1-56138-407-0. A beautiful book.

    Dr. D

    Nah, my default position is that an accusation is probably true. Just that I know if nothing is done, I don’t expect anybody to believe me ever.

    Most positions of power in my experience will attack anyone who isn’t groveling-slavish to them for no reason whatsoever, just ’cause they can. The reason for power is power. So that’s what makes my universal response for them to leave me alone, never look at or talk to me, and don’t help me never-ever. If there’s no government, no court I’m attending, no police misbehaving, then they can’t lie, cheat, steal, and oppress me, because they can, will, and do now. And then I don’t have a dilemma about spending $2000 in legal fees and a lifelong vendetta, perjury, and planting evidence for reporting them in the mildest possible way.

    But again, if I don’t do MY duty then A) they will do it all day long and I am a scoundrel imperiling the next person B) I can’t complain or expect anything to happen later.

    Again, all and every problem here is solved if they don’t exist, or barely with the power of a dog catcher. You know, the way the nation was founded.

    madamski cafone

    @ Mr. House

    Regarding Bossche/astroturf: the artificial intentions for and placement of turf doesn’t mean that the astroturf itself is plastic. Grass makes better fake grass than astroturf if one wants to plant a bunch opf grass in a nuclear wasteland and call it a playground meadow. NYT and WaPo made a career of manipulating with facts. Before inferring motive, mayhaps we should look at porimary facts, which in this case are biological and medical.

    However, motive inference and reputation bias aren’t bad, just shouldn’t be used foundationally, in my opinion. For example: assuming it’s astroturf, one then assumes that anti-vax people would be debunking his claims, since he speaks in favor of vaccines and touts them as necessary for dealing with covid-plus variants. Googling ‘debunking Bossche’, I find the bulk of the first ten or so articles appear to be pro-vaccine as in the current rollout. If the vaccine industry is astroturfing for another vaccine rollout, a tactic denouncing the current mainstream Euromerican vaccine programs of mostly untested vaccines, seems a dicey tactic. Like removing your left ovary to strengthen your right ovary ort some crazy notion.

    Early on, the OffGuardian article says:

    “Clearly he’s got significant conflicts of interest. Therefore he has zero credibility when it comes to advising the public about how to avoid negative effects of mass vaccination.”

    That’s language straight out of the NYTimes/Rachel Maddow playbook.

    I still find Bossche very credible.

    Here’s an exemplary ‘debunking” of Dr. Bossche:

    More Covid Misinformation Debunked — Dr Musa Mohd Nordin

    madamski cafone


    @ zerosum

    “TAE community has identified the problems.
    Yet, the solutions evade us.
    Being an expat or a prepper is not sufficient
    All previous attempts to implement a sustainable social/economic system have dissipated in the morning haze.
    Check out your holy books, and your history books.
    Adam and Eve were not the first that left their social/economic system.
    The shit hit the fan even for the angels.
    They had to escape their social/economic system and set up a competing social/economic system.
    Its the untold truth.”

    (mindless insert to remind the post-bots to do their job)

    While I personally have little if any idea of what the “untold truth” is, and suspect no one does, This text made my morning. As for solutions: there is no solution. One doesn’t solve a tidal wave or a massive volcanic eruption. It deals with you, not you with it. But there are courses of action with higher survival/lower suffering probabilities than others.

    Some art for Raul courtesy the San bushmen of the late Paleolithic:

    San Rock Art

    Like our fellow warm-blooded vertebrates, feathered or furred, success is not so much survival, which is really DNA’s hangup, not awareness’s, success is loving loyalty between two significant others.


    @ Dr. D

    “LIE” x about 20 times.

    Did I touch a nerve? Let me touch another one: chronic motive inference is not only fatally flawed logic, it’s a runway to ballooning paranoia, another enemy of logic. Jeremiads provide some satisfaction but at the cost of a kind of tunnel-visionary paranoia. One ends up shooting the same dead ducks ion a barrel over and over and over and over…

    (…and revo and revo and revo…) and a 1 and a 2 and a testing… testing…

    madamski cafone

    On pair-bonding:


    Mr. House


    You may have noticed i just posted the article. The past few days i have seen Bossche cited many times. I’m just posting an alternative. I really have no horse in the race. If anyone wants to get the vaccine i will not stop them, but i expect the same respect returned to me if i decide not to. Which way do you think the wind is blowing?

    Doc Robinson

    “The Curious Case of Geert Vanden Bossche”

    When I read Dr. Bossche’s article (posted at TAE), it struck me that his proposed solution would “require large vaccination campaigns” using “NK [natural killer] cell based vaccines,” yet he didn’t give details about this type of vaccine.

    I later learned, from his LinkedIn page, that he was the inventor of “a new vaccine technology”, and he is the founder of a company called Univac, which aims to use his invention to create “a new type of vaccines” based on Natural Killer cells.

    I founded Univac as inventor of a new vaccine technology which I subsequently further developed as CSO of the Company. The technology enables the development of universal vaccines educating the host immune system to redirect immune targeting away from canonical antigens to a widely divergent spectrum of vitally vulnerable pathogen-derived ‘self-mimicking’ antigens, irrespective of MHC polymorphism. Although ‘non-self’ and exposed on the surface of infected or pathologically altered cells, these antigens are not effectively recognised upon natural infection or disease.

    This new type of vaccines harnesses the power of the immune system by unlocking the untapped potential of self-centered Natural Killer (NK) cells capable of recognising these unconventional antigens.”

    In my view, his credibility went way down because of the self-promotion and publicity for his company which underlies his article.


    A Discussion with Geert Vanden Bossche, DVM, PHD & Peter McCullough, MD, MPH

    SARS-CoV-2, Vaccination & Early Ambulatory Treatment – a Webinar with Geert Vanden Bossche, DVM, PHD, & Peter McCullough, MD, MPH.

    This is a discussion featuring two prominent experts about the pandemic, including possible risks associated with mass vaccination and the low adoption of early outpatient treatment in the US, Canada and in many countries, especially in Europe, which puts considerable pressure on the hospital system and yields relatively poor therapeutic outcomes.

    madamski cafone

    @ Mr. House

    Aye, I didn’t think you had bets on that one yet.

    I personally have believed for some time that the vaccine rollout will go so far, and then putter out by fall or at most next spring. The powers that be seem to possess only two skills: profiting ruthlessly via governmental privilege while doing all they can to present that profiteering as necessary (war, for example) and as distraction from the fiasco caused by their last profiteering.

    No way on earth these clownzos could run an Orwellian state. Even China can hardly do that anymore. It increasingly bribes its citizen-slaves with promises of the Chinese Dream (America with epicanthic folds and a much longer history) and the gradual allowance of various religious ideals to resume some role in their society. Money and religion, just like the USA.

    So I think covid et al will fizzle out like a wet firecracker — probably about the time covid has responded to our attempts to eradicate it by mushrooming into countless variants worse than the original. A real genuine pandemic worthy of the name.

    I do not fear government manipulation/extortion via covid more than any other mode of guv manipulatory exploitation. I do, however, have a healthy respect for a significant p[pathogen run amok a la Frankenstein. Wishing to maintain that healthy respect, I take lots of D, get sunshine when I can, etc.

    Hell, I even rouse my lazy old bones to erotically please the ex-Mrs. Sherburn. Like so many things, it’s so easy to say I’m too tired, but life is like male erections as middle age turns geriatric: use ’em or lose ’em.

    Seeing as how participatory electoral politics is currently broken beyond repair across most of the international community, I monitor government like one monitors the weather at sea: to see a storm coming and see which way the wind is blowing, not to understand it: I doubt that weather understands itself, likewise googol-complex chaotic phenomena such as current human culture and its effects upon reality.

    What I fear most right now is Biden, period. Not the man but the hands up his cloaca. Particularly, them fiddle-fucking with Russian cybernets and power grids. One assumes the idea is to create Pearl Harbor 3 as excuse to get their wet-dream Orwell-with-a-Huxley-face on. I think this will prove almost ludicrously disastrous. (For all that 911 was obviously somewhat an inside job, I don’t think it happened as desired; not only do I agree with the idea that the original plan was to use it as an excuse to invade Saudi Arabia, but I don’t think it was supposed to happen when it did. Long-term espionage operations tend to get co-opted by the very entities the espionage is trying to work against.) Russia won’t take the blame; no one will believe us including most of us; and Russia herself wouldn’t retaliate until they had major superiority and knew they could win and do so at an acceptable cost.

    Biden is obviously an asset of the Chinese coalition within US government that has been building since Nixon but got its game seriously on with Clenis the Weeness, and there is powerful evidence and logic seeing him as primarily a Chinese asset in the end. Selling us out to China while he and AL Bore looted Russia until Putin stopped it, whence began the sanctions and Russia Bad narrative. (America is over. C’mon: love him or hate him, when a plebiscite elects a reality TV star of uncommonly crass mien, it’s as toasted as Ukraine electing its version of Jon Stewart to run their country.)

    But I don’t think it’s that simple. If Biden’s a de facto Chinese asset, then such provocation of Russia needs explanation, since Russia and China are currently best buddies. Internationally, their greatest concern is minimizing the blast of America’s inevitable economic implosion (like how fissile atomic bombs are used to implode into each other via a critical nuclear mass between them which then erupts in a thermonuclear bomb explosion). They’re trying to keep this process under critical mass, in other words.

    Only way I can see such hard-to-control picador-ing of the Russian bear making sense is if the end game is for Russia/China to more or less own USA’s internet/power grid. Hold us hostage by our electronic nads. Basically, colonize us for our own good for the sake of their own good.

    And that, alas, sounds like way too much for any modern government or alliance thereof to carry off. Putin’s brilliant, alright, and that brilliance very much includes understanding his and the current situation’s limitations.

    So I opt for the historically traditional explanation: those power-insatiable narcissistic sociopaths really think they can fuck with Russia and do anything but lose. Same story with China except we already lost by forfeit: we’ve already sold us to them.
    I see power outages and maybe even nuclear exchanges. To a population whose immune systems are shyte because modern life is unhealthy despite its comforts and medical technology. With new viruses mutating all over while microbial pathogens decide that antibiotics are good eating. And mostly wood power to rebuild and get by with afterward. Hygiene gone to shit, literally. Medical system a junk yard. Agriculture/livestock systems in a state of war with themselves and everyone else since food has suddenly become extremely interesting to just about everyone.

    Amid all the horror and soulless degeneration, I see love. Much much love. Hard times bring out the worst – and the best – in people.

    madamski cafone

    Global Rule

    Winner take nothing.

    Mr. House
    Mr. House

    So you essentially agree with the


    On the website Forbidden Knowledge [dot] net, there is a very long (2.5 hours) interview with Dr. Richard Fleming called “Technical masterclass for educators…” from March 11th, 2021.
    It was compelling enough that I watched the whole thing. It’s classic medicine and I learned a good deal about the virus as seen by standard medicine.
    And he wants Fauci criminally prosecuted, so I have a good deal of respect for him.


    Sorry about the clumsy writing there. I am excited because I hope it will be the video that will convince my mate that he should think twice or more before getting any Covid vaccine.
    There are some very serious discussions going on in households around the world right now.


    I forgot to mention: He insists it is a gain-of-function virus (with reasonable evidence). And he has PICTURES OF THE VIRUS.
    Now I am off to Rappoport…or maybe not.

    madamski cafone

    @ Mr. House

    How much of a population crash occurs I couldn’t say, but the potential for Deagel’s forecast to prove true is substantial to say the least.


    “Dr. Richard M. Fleming, MD, PhD, JD – is internationally recognized cardiologist, attorney, researcher, inventor, and author. He is currently the Director and Chair of the Camelot Foundation. His bibliography is as long as a book. I don’t know of anyone on this planet that has more knowledge about SARS-CoV-2 than Dr. Fleming. We are indeed fortunate to be able to have him present to us information on SARS-CoV-2 that you will never hear anywhere else. He will present his recent research uncovering evidence that SARS-CoV-2 was engineered with mRNA reverse transcription into cell DNA with prion-like structures presence in the virus spike protein in order to create an inflammatory response leading to thrombosis. Please investigate his astounding web site ”

    Dr. Fleming has serious street cred.

    madamski cafone

    @ Mr. House

    Killing the Ghosts concurs with my views for the most part. We empower our leaders by making them figures of opposition to historical bogeymen. While more dire consequences of this can be numerously listed, a small but telling example is how the Dems played Anyone But Trump after making sure the press painted him as Hitler.

    Hitler is fucking dead. So is Alexander the Great, another crazed megalomaniacal butcher. Dubya, Obama, and the Clintons, similar monsters, are still alive.


    From my experiences on other WordPress sites, all of the quirks being experienced by TAE posters is 100% due to the actions of WordPress. And they won’t fix em either! Just have to live with the quirks and try to find work-a-rounds.

    Long term TAE needs to think of moving away from WordPress before they suddenly kick TAE off for being too politically incorrect and not “woke” enough.

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