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Genetic Vaccines: Are They the New Thalidomide? (Merritt)
WHO Emergency Committee Rejects Vaccination Demands For Entry Permits (RT)
Vaccine Passports Are Something Made Up By Conspiracy Theorists? (OP)
Damning Data Hands Up An Indictment (Denninger)
The Lockdown Paradigm Is Collapsing (AIER)
Devastating Lawsuit Over Disastrous Bayer’s Monsanto Acquisition (NC)
Relations Between Russia & US Are Being Slowly Dismantled (Lukyanov)
EU Walks Back Claim of 150,000 Russian Troops Near Ukraine Border (Antiwar)
Ukraine’s Zelensky Invites Putin To Meet In War-Torn East (ZH)
EU Reaches Major Climate Deal Ahead Of Biden Climate Summit (AP)





Life insurance and COVID. Insurers have had zero reaction to the “increased risks”. There must be a reason for that.



I don’t feel like talking about George Floyd, too many already do. But I do find it curious that the jury was not sequestered.

Tucker Candace



Excellent long overview of all things Covid by Lee D. Merritt MD.

“Legally, those who get the vaccine are unnamed participants in a Stage IV FDA trial. “

Genetic Vaccines: Are They the New Thalidomide? (Merritt)

Many Americans have heard the news account of Dr. Gregory Michael, a 56-year-old Florida physician who, after receiving his first dose of a Pfizer COVID vaccine on December 18 of last year, was hospitalized three days later. He had a total loss of his platelets — the little blood cells that stop bleeding. In spite of being treated by a team of physicians, he died two weeks later from a brain hemorrhage, and was reported to have had zero platelets. By February 10, 2021, 36 other similar cases were reported in the mainstream media. Pfizer, which along with its partner BioNTech made the vaccine the doctor received, said in a statement that it was aware of the death. Typically, they concluded, “We are actively investigating this case, but we don’t believe at this time that there is any direct connection to the vaccine.”

Pfizer made this “finding” despite several unusual circumstances of the case. First, low-platelet disorders, known as idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), most commonly affect children, and generally follow a viral illness. Only 10 percent of ITP cases occur in adults, who usually present with a slow onset form of the disorder, referred to as chronic ITP. The disorder usually starts by someone noticing easy bleeding, such as slow oozing from gums or the nose, or bruises showing up without trauma. Rarely do platelets drop below 20,000, and generally treatment either reverses the disease or prolongs life for years in spite of the problem. What happened to this physician and the others seems to be a new previously unseen problem related to vaccination — despite the manufacturers’ claims.

Increasingly, vaccine manufacturers and government officials are following the sarcastic maxim from Samuel Shem’s novel of medical residency entitled The House of God that “if you don’t take a temperature you can’t find a fever.” In other words, if we don’t critically look at the actual recorded patient damage, we won’t find our products to be defective. Now, major media are increasingly getting on board, condemning “vaccine hesitancy” and pushing everyone to get vaccinated for COVID, discounting any dangers. But in the practice of medicine, we are supposed to employ the “precautionary principle” — above all do no harm. Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 “vaccines” are experimental, employing a genetic technology never before used on humans.

Ironically, many people who wouldn’t purchase the first edition of a new car line are lining up to take an injection they know nothing about, that has never successfully passed animal trials, that could never meet the required “safety level” for a “drug,” and is unapproved for the prevention of COVID except as an emergency experiment. Legally, those who get the vaccine are unnamed participants in a Stage IV FDA trial. Moreover, a vaccine is supposed to prevent disease. By that definition, these agents are not even vaccines. They are more properly termed “experimental unapproved genetic agents.” By admission of the manufacturers themselves, both the Pfizer and Moderna products only lessen the symptoms of COVID; they don’t prevent transmission.

[..] In truth, neither recipients nor their doctors know what is in these “vaccines.” Only a few people at the top of the Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and AstraZeneca research groups really understand them. These mRNA injections produce a potentially deadly pathogen — the spike protein — in your cells. The Emergency Use Authorization for the Pfizer product says that it contains “a nucleoside-modified messenger RNA (modRNA) encoding the viral spike glycoprotein (S) of SARS-CoV-2.” If your immune system is strong enough to withstand this onslaught and create some immunity, you may survive the first onslaught. But even if you don’t die in the short term, mRNA is an epigenetic controller of DNA. Though this foreign synthetic mRNA doesn’t actually become part of your DNA to make you a “GMO human,” as some people have been worrying about, it can control DNA in ways we have yet to completely understand.

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But nobody listens anymore.

WHO Emergency Committee Rejects Vaccination Demands For Entry Permits (RT)

The WHO Emergency Committee has strictly rejected the use of corona vaccination cards as a requirement for entry permits. According to the panel, there is still too little clarity as to whether and how the vaccination prevents the virus from being passed on. The committee reiterated its previously expressed position on Monday and again opposed the use of vaccination records as a condition for resuming international travel opportunities. He cited the fact that there is so far no clear evidence of the effects of the vaccination on the transmission of the coronavirus. At the same time, health experts described such requirements as unfair because of the uneven distribution of vaccines around the world. They would deepen existing rifts between people from different countries, it said from the panel.

Instead, countries were recommended to rely more on quarantine measures for international travelers and to present other “coordinated, time-limited, risk- and evidence-based approaches to health measures”. The statement by the independent emergency committee that advises the World Health Organization (WHO) on pandemic issues comes amid concerns over persistent inequality in the global distribution of coronavirus vaccines. The pandemic could hardly be overcome unless all countries had access to sufficient vaccines, drugs and tests. The committee therefore recommended that the “emergency of international scope” declared at the end of January 2020 be maintained until further notice. The WHO had previously criticized the growing gap between vaccine use in different countries as a “moral scandal” and “catastrophic moral failure”.

The organization called on world leaders to promote a fairer distribution of vaccines. Nevertheless, the WHO Emergency Committee praised the progress made by the international vaccine procurement initiative COVAX and called on its member countries to support it. The program, within the framework of which a total of two billion doses of the corona protective agent is to be distributed worldwide by the end of 2021, is primarily dependent on poorer countries for deliveries with vaccines. In addition, the committee recommended that the WHO test new vaccines for their safety and effectiveness more quickly and that the responsible authorities in the member countries be strengthened. Risk monitoring should be strengthened, especially with regard to new mutated virus variants, he added.

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Double faced?

“.. the World Health Organization, who recently opposed the creation of a vaccine passport, is now working to do just that.”

Vaccine Passports Are Something Made Up By Conspiracy Theorists? (OP)

In March, the European Commission opened a proposal to create a “Digital Green Certificate” to allow travel inside the EU during the “pandemic.” This Digital Green Certificate would serve as a documentation that a person has been vaccinated for COVID, received a negative test for COVID, or has recovered from it. It will include a QR Code to ensure the authenticity and security of the certificate and will be made free of charge in paper or digital form. The Digital Green Certificate will have three certificates included within it including: • Vaccination certificates, stating brand of the vaccine used, data and place of inoculation and number of doses administered. • Negative test certificates (either a NAAT/RT-PCR test or a rapid antigen test). Self-tests will be excluded for the time being. • Medical certificates for people who have recovered from COVID-19 in the last 180 days.

According to Euro News, “Where member states accept proof of vaccination to waive certain public health restrictions such as testing or quarantine, they would be required to accept, under the same conditions, vaccination certificates issued under the Digital Green Certificate system,” the Commission said in a statement. [..] The instrument will be valid in all EU countries and will be open for Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway as well as Switzerland. It will be issued to EU citizens and their family members, regardless of their nationality. Other countries are following suit in the Digital Vaccine Passport scheme. But while the EU debates what sort of technology to use and what parameters will be included, various European countries are taking matters into their own hands, choosing instead to create their own versions of a vaccine passport, all varying between each country.

For instance, Estonia is planning to launch its own pilot program at the end of April. France is doing the same. In addition, the World Health Organization, who recently opposed the creation of a vaccine passport, is now working to do just that. And they are all working with the usual suspects – Google, Apple, Microsoft, IBM and a host of other corporations. What is more likely is that European countries will all implement different versions of the passport and, in the midst of chaos, the EU will have to step in and standardize the process. The WHO will likely lead the charge in implementing the process worldwide.

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“The CDC’s own data proves they lied.”

Damning Data Hands Up An Indictment (Denninger)

I still can’t find 500,000 excess deaths caused by Covid in 2020; they’re simply not there among the diseases the CDC reported out and since the base risk is 1/50,000 even across half the population being infected we could only account for 3,000 deaths. It is thus clear that if in fact Covid-19 has killed anywhere near the number of people claimed those other morbid conditions, all of which are serious diseases standing alone, have to account for the increase between them. Indeed the most-common, by far (40% of additional deaths by disease) were due to heart attacks and the next was diabetes at 13%. Between diabetes and heart attacks, both almost-exclusively due to lifestyle choices and thus your personal decisions, 53% of the excess 120,475 deaths are accounted for. If we add in strokes, which also are largely lifestyle-related then we’re at about 2/3rds.

Among those diseases that are allegedly “the biggest comorbid factors” I can find only 120,475 more deaths that Covid-19 may have contributed to and which included those diseases as a causal factor in total. Did Covid-19 cause all of those 120,000 additional deaths or were they caused by, in the case of diabetes, strokes and heart attacks for example, the additional 50lbs that a material percentage of people put on during the lockdowns (and over 20lbs on average!) from eating takeout trash full of fast carbs and being involuntarily cooped up in their homes? We do not know so this can only describe an upper boundary or caused mortality — not a lower one. This analysis doesn’t mean even more people didn’t die with Covid, but an alleged “Covid” death that wasn’t accompanied by one of the CDC’s specifically-called out diseases.

The CDC “selects” these specific categories and ICD codes, I remind you, because they’re particularly large percentages of the whole among diseases that kill people. When the CDC says that only a few thousand people died of Covid alone this data is rather interesting wouldn’t you say? After all being shot while Covid positive, or ODing, dying in a car wreck or wrapping your motorcycle around a telephone pole in no way implies you died of Covid, does it? To so-imply or state is to deliberately deceive the public and inculcate fear; it is a lie. Yet the media and government have in fact said it did because they have repeatedly claimed more than four times the number of people who the CDC links to specific diseases in fact died “of” Covid-19. The CDC’s own data proves they lied.

How fear distorts perception.

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“.. the presence or absence of lockdowns in the face of the virus seem completely uncorrelated with any disease trajectory.”

The Lockdown Paradigm Is Collapsing (AIER)

It’s taken much longer than it should have but at last it seems to be happening: the lockdown paradigm is collapsing. The signs are all around us. The one-time hero of the lockdown, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, is now deeply unpopular and most voters want him to resign. Meanwhile, polls have started to favor Florida governor and lockdown opponent Ron DeSantis for influence over the GOP in the future. This remarkable flip in fortunes is due to the dawning realization that the lockdowns were a disastrous policy. DeSantis and fellow anti-lockdown governor Kristi Noem are the first to state the truth bluntly. Their honesty has won them both credibility.

Meanwhile, in Congressional hearings, Representative James Jordan (R-OH) demanded that Dr. Fauci account for why closed Michigan has worse disease prevalence than neighboring Wisconsin which has long been entirely open. Fauci pretended he couldn’t hear the question, couldn’t see the chart, and then didn’t understand. Finally he just sat there silent after having uttered a few banalities about enforcement differentials. The lockdowners are now dealing with the huge problem of Texas. It has been fully open with no restrictions for 6 weeks. Cases and deaths fell dramatically in the same period. Fauci has no answer. Or compare closed California with open Florida: similar death rates. We have a full range of experiences in the US that allow comparisons between open and closed and disease outcomes. There is no relationship.

Or you could look to Taiwan, which had no stringencies governing its 23.5 million people. Deaths from Covid-19 thus far: 11. Sweden, which stayed open, performed better than most of Europe. The problem is that the presence or absence of lockdowns in the face of the virus seem completely uncorrelated with any disease trajectory. AIER has assembled 33 case studies from all over the world showing this to be true. Why should any of this matter? Because the “scientists” who recommended lockdowns had posited very precisely and pointedly that they had found the way to control the virus and minimized negative outcomes. We know for sure that the lockdowns imposed astonishing collateral damage. What we do not see is any relationship between lockdowns and disease outcomes.

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“It looks like Bayer will eventually declare bankruptcy.”

Devastating Lawsuit Over Disastrous Bayer’s Monsanto Acquisition (NC)

The Bayer purchase of Monsanto has been described as the worst deal of all time, beating even the train wreck of Time Warner’s AOL acquisition. As we wrote in August: “Yes, nearly every penny of the $66 billion that Bayer paid for Monsanto has gone poof. Yes, Bayer is the first time in German corporate history that a public company got a majority vote of no confidence from its shareholders. Yes, Bayer is at risk of bleeding out over seemingly endless Monsanto-related liability claims (Roundup has so taken the center stage that what would ordinarily be a big-deal litigation drain, Dicamba, is treated as an afterthought). Unlike any other company ever facing similar litigation, Bayer has neither taken Roundup off the market, nor reformulated it, nor put a cancer warning on it. It looks like Bayer will eventually declare bankruptcy.”

The original filing did a devastating job of describing why Bayer was so keen to do the horrific Monsanto, and on such terrible terms: the above-mentioned all cash offer, which it funded by borrowing boatloads of debt. Bayer was small enough in the world of ever-growing chemical and Pharma behemoths to make for a nice meal. Acquisitive Pfizer had just had a big deal scuppered for legal reasons, and Bayer’s management worried it might be the next target. It settled quickly on Monsanto despite or one might argue because of its terrible reputation; it served as a poisoned pill. The litany of horrors goes on. Bayer was unable to do proper due diligence by being too close a competitor. Monsanto had to sell a trophy asset for anti-trust reasons….yet Bayer didn’t demand a price adjustment.

The acquisition process dragged on long enough that the WHO had named glysophate a probable carcinogen, yet Bayer didn’t beat a retreat. Bayer believed the scientists who insisted that glysophate hadn’t been proven to cause cancer, when the WHO designation was more than enough to set off a tsunami of product liability lawsuits, many of which garnered eye-popping awards (among the ugly facts that came out was that Monsanto employees wore hazmat-type gear when working with glysophate yet made no warnings about the need to wear protective coverings to consumers).

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Maybe not all that slowly.

Relations Between Russia & US Are Being Slowly Dismantled (Lukyanov)

If the proposed summit between US President Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin goes ahead, it will attract the attention of the world’s media and give both men a PR boost. But nothing will fundamentally change. Russian-American relations have gone through some interesting curves on the road recently, leaving many commentators at a loss. Stern warnings, a military showdown, reported plans to deploy the US Navy to the Black Sea (subsequently apparently cancelled), President Joe Biden calling his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin and proposing a face-to-face summit, followed by a new round of sanctions that apparently could have been worse but would do for now.

Next came Biden’s executive order that focused on the growing Russia “threat,” and then another invitation to talk in an address that Washington viewed as a gesture of reconciliation. All of this, and in such a short time, does seem chaotic. However, we will get some clarity if we consider two factors. First, what we are witnessing right now is the final stage in the process of dismantling relations between Russia and the US as they have existed for several decades. Second, most international players’ actions are motivated by complex domestic issues. Reacting to the challenges facing them on the home front always takes precedence, while foreign policy is either a secondary matter, or, if they are dealing with a major power that wouldn’t remove itself from the arena, it becomes an instrument for solving internal problems.

Let’s begin with the first factor. Since the late 1940s, Moscow and Washington have been each other’s main conversation focus. The dialogue has been confrontational in nature but pivotal for the global political landscape. It once was at the center of everything, because the two powers engaged in it had equal military and political capabilities. During the Cold War years, the parties worked out an efficient, functional system of stabilizing and rationalizing the confrontation. In the 1990s, parity disappeared in many areas – except nuclear capabilities. But it wasn’t enough for maintaining the core elements of the former type of relations – neither in their essential aspects, nor in ritualistic ones.

Significant advances were made at the end of the 20th and beginning of the 21st century, such as mutual openness or political and humanitarian contacts, but they didn’t change the nature of the relations. The two countries stayed rivals, but now with drastically different levels of power and resources. And as disagreements grew, the openness started evolving into a disadvantage. We are not going to analyze here what went wrong or discuss the very possibility of things developing differently. Today, Russia and the USA do not see each other as key partners – even in confrontational engagement. Each country views the other as more of a nuisance, getting in the way of executing their strategy. During the previous Cold War years, there was some mutual respect between the Soviet Union and America, as each country recognized its opponent’s ideological and political legitimacy. It is gone now.

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Hey, who’s going to check?

EU Walks Back Claim of 150,000 Russian Troops Near Ukraine Border (Antiwar)

The European Union had to correct a claim made by its foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, concerning Russian troops near the Ukrainian border. Borrell told reporters on Monday that there were “over 150,000” Russian troops near the border. The number was corrected in a transcript of his briefing on the EU’s website to “over 100,000.” Despite the change, it’s still unclear how the EU determined that there are over 100,000 Russian troops near the border. Russia has announced the deployment of additional forces near Ukraine in recent weeks, but nothing has indicated it sent over 100,000 troops to the region. Last week, a spokesperson for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky claimed there were 80,000 troops stationed along the border of Ukraine, with 40,000 of them in Crimea.

The fact that Russia has troops in Crimea is no surprise. Moscow had a military base in the peninsula even before Crimea joined the Russian Federation in 2014. An alarmist report from the Daily Mail published satellite images that it claims show a Russian military build-up at a base in Crimea. But the base is located in southern Crimea, nowhere near the conflict zone in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region. Demonstrating that the Daily Mail report lacks any credibility, it repeats Borrell’s original claim that 150,000 Russian troops have amassed as fact. When asked about Borrel’s comments, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said the situation is “concerning” to the US. “What I can tell you is, in general, we have continued to see this build-up increase. And again, that is concerning to us,” He said. While Kirby didn’t offer any numbers, he claimed the Russian troop deployment is “certainly bigger” than the 2014 deployment Kirby said resulted in a “violation of Ukrainian sovereignty and territorial integrity.”

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What would Putin stand to gain?

Ukraine’s Zelensky Invites Putin To Meet In War-Torn East (ZH)

Following on the heels of last week’s Joe Biden invitation to Vladimir Putin for a bilateral summit proposed for the summer to tackle a range of still simmering contentious issues, Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has issued a surprised invitation late Tuesday for Putin to meet him in the war-torn east of Ukraine. In making the announcement Zelensky told Putin that such a direct high states meeting where the two leaders can talk de-escalation is essential as there are a “million lives at stake” in any potential outbreak of major conflict, according to AFP: “Zelensky told the Russian leader that he was ready “to invite you to meet anywhere in the Ukrainian Donbass where the war is going on”, adding that “million of lives at stake” in the conflict between government forces and pro-Kremlin separatists in the east of the country.”

Days ago Zelensky traveled to an area near Mariupol in Donetsk where he “walked the front line with the troops” amid renewed fighting with Russian-backed separatists in the eastern Donbass region. Zelensky’s direct invitation to Putin to meet over the crisis came the same day Russia’s Defense Ministry justified its troop build-up in the South, particularly in Crimea and near the border with Ukraine, by calling it a necessary “deterrent” to NATO’s “destabilization” of the region. Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that “Nato’s attempts to destabilize situations in the Middle East and Transcaucasian region force Russia to take symmetric measures of strategic deterrence,” according to an Interfax citation by Bloomberg. Following Biden’s proposal to meet face-to-face with Putin we and others noted that it appeared Ukraine’s leadership had been effectively sidelined by the two rival superpowers.

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Stop paying attention to these “deals”. It’s PR only.

EU Reaches Major Climate Deal Ahead Of Biden Climate Summit (AP)

The European Union reached a tentative climate deal that is intended to make the 27-nation bloc climate-neutral by 2050, with member states and parliament agreeing on new carbon emissions targets on the eve of a virtual summit hosted by U.S. President Joe Biden. “Our political commitment to becoming the first climate-neutral continent by 2050 is now also a legal commitment. The climate law sets the EU on a green path for a generation,” European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said early Wednesday. Under the provisional deal reached after officials negotiated through the night, the EU will also commit itself to an intermediate target of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels.

“It was high time for the agreement, as Europe has to show where it stands in view of the positive developments in the USA and China,” said European Parliament member Peter Liese, the negotiator for the EPP Christian Democrat group. The 2030 target had been 40%, but under the pressure of increasing evidence of climate change and a more environmentally conscious electorate, it was pushed up, although the EU legislature had wanted a higher target of 60%. Lawmakers from The Greens specifically complained that too many accounting tricks had been used to reach the level of 55% and that in reality the reduction would equate to a 52.8% reduction of direct emissions. Its environmental expert, MEP Michael Bloss said EU member nations and parliament “have rushed through a weak climate law for the sake of a photo-op with President Joe Biden.”

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The football SuperLeague has self-imploded in 48 hours. Here’s why Europe’s biggest teams wanted the league: their debts. They made a deal with JPMorgan that would give them some $4 billion. And even that was just a deferred loan, payable over 23 years. To get out of debt today, get in a worse situation in the future. Hey, goverments do it too.





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    Masks are better at hiding a ugly face; it does a better job than makeup.
    Keeping your distance from other people is good. It reduces body odors when you pass gas.
    Washing hands removes the visible dirt that hides germs.
    Therefore, since it makes me feel good, I happy to stop and put on my mask and glove, in the garden, when you yell at me from 30 feet. 🙂


    Interesting perspective:
    — So on a mind control level, a new concept would have to be introduced. It was, “morality above freedom”

    However, the idea of “morality above freedom” is hardly new. The Puritans at Plymouth Rock were quite familiar with the concept. I was raised in mainstream Mormonism…a religion which got its footing in the 1830s. It is sometimes seen as a very “American” religion. As a child I was taught that God had granted us all free will, but if we violated God’s moral code (as outlined by the religions leaders of the Mormon church) and did not sufficiently repent (repentance for major sins intermediated by those same religious leaders) that we would not be able to live with our families in the afterlife. (Ouch! Have been watching The 100 recently. The nefarious AI would get people to submit by causing pain/threat of death to loved ones.)

    I propose that if we are going to pit freedom vs. morality-defined-by-authority that both sides of the coin have been in this country since it was colonized by religious zealots in the 1600s. It ain’t new. Perhaps it is “newer” that the politico-economic Titans are the ones pulling the strings, rather than dominant religious leaders?

    And, technically, there is a benign side to this. Humans have empathy. Our minds are wired so that when we see suffering in others who are deemed similar to ourselves that we feel some measure of their suffering. This can be seen as the biological underpinning of morality. There is nothing wrong with choosing to curb one’s own desire if the expression of that desire causes distress to another. The freedom is in the choice one has to act or refrain from acting.

    Of course, when an authority dictates to us what our actions should be, creating a “meta-morality” this subverts our freedom — we lose the ability to choose.

    (However…it is not necessarily malign for an authority to dictate morality…parents need to do this for their young children, as their minds are not developed sufficiently to do it on their own. The difference is in the relationship — emotionally healthy parents are strongly invested in the well-being of their children, and in close communication with them. This helps parents to navigate minding their children. I do not propose that this is foolproof — it is not — but it does work much of the time. However, in the case of adults…an authority dictating to them a moral code is anathema to freedom, it is treating adults like children.)

    Mr. House

    “THEMATRIXREVEALEDVolume 1:JONRAPPOPORTInterviewsELLIS MEDAVOY (Part 1 of 3)Copyright © 2011 by Jon Rappoport74A: Look, it’s ALL about PR. Take Tesla, Royal Rife, this doctor, Koch, you’ve been writing about. They were buried by PR operations put together by people who knew what they were doing. So you get a wipe‐out of the real knowledge, the real potential breakthroughs, and then on top of that you have kids learning about science that can’t be the latest thing, because the latest thing was buried 70 years ago. It…an analogy would be someone studying how to play the violin by using his elbows, after the actual way to play the damn thing had been discredited for some reason or another. Do you see?Q: And in the public schools?A: They say, “Look, we have kids who can go to college and they have social skills, they can get along, they know a few things.” The PR people do a dance, and yet when you make a kid sit down and write something, it looks like a spider dipped in ink was let loose on the page. To allow that takes PR. You have to spin it. You have to account for it and excuse it and say it’s better than nothing. You have to say a lot of things, and then you have to outright lie too. But beyond that, you have to understand that the lesser IQ and lesser ability is like a planned state. It’s planned to work out that way. The teachers and the school people‐‐‐they’re really the pawns. They work in the dark. They try. But way above them, planned lower IQ and ability…they are implemented like a train wreck might be planned. You move the train on to the wrong track over time, and you supply PR to make it seem like it’s all right. The PR is the glue that makes people believe it’s the best that can be done, or something like that.I could get into a lot more detail, because I know something about curriculum, how you can make a method and an outcome look intelligent when really, underneath, the kid has very shaky basic skills. You can make this kid look like he’s sophisticated when he really isn’t. You feed him ideas that are pretty impressive on some level, and he finds a way to paraphrase that in his mind, and he makes you think he’s very smart to the ways of the world and what’s important…but really he’s not. He’s subtly programmed. He knows that something bad is going on with trees dying of diseases, and he can talk about that, but really he can’t do the English. Not really. He can’t. He’s a nice child and he has a good heart, but he is programmed. …you’ve seen kids like this. They seem to be wise beyond their years, but because some central element is missing from their learning, they are handicapped. They have to choose what they’re choosing. They are directed. They are fed a given theme and they are plumped up with some nice ideas about that theme and they can converse about it…but it doesn’t come from them. Not really.”

    Greta Thunberg…………………….

    Mr. House


    Its not the overall larger picture of that since the founding, i’m saying look at it now. If you don’t take these never before used experimental vaccines, you are a bad person and everyone should shun you. Kinda like the scarlet letter.

    madamski cafone

    @ pheonixvoice

    “Over the winter the state allowed localities to have rules about masking. The state mandated schools use masks, and recommended remote learning for much of the winter. In the summer there were strict rules about number of people in stores and such, but the rules had been relaxed during the winter, as compared to the summer — and the government imposed rules regarding masking and number of people in stores are gone now. (I believe there are still rules for care homes for the elderly and vulnerable.) There have been a few minor rules…the local libraries are still curbside and online service only…that was a local, city decision. What lockdown during the winter?”

    It makes good sense to me. Summer is when the builkdings are closed and running nasty dry airconditioned air moving all over everyone; winter is often shirtsleeve weather down there, so indoors is then relatively safer.

    Masks make some sense in schools because, well, kids are retarded. (As are people who object top me using that word.) They spit on each other. They’re gross. Masks reduce that.

    Most issues these days are B&W polarized into false dichotomies roughly reflecting one or the other duopoly parties. Masks not all bad/masks not all good. Lockdowns not all bad/lockdowns not all good. etc.

    Mr. House

    Read that pdf link posted by Dr. D I can’t recommend it enough. Think about what that person is saying with regards to the last 20 years in the united states. Hell the last five years.


    Mr House: you’re hitting it out of the park today. Period. Whether the sun is in a person’s eyes so they can’t see the ball depends on where they’re sitting in the stadium. Keep posting. It’s appreciated.

    madamski cafone

    @ phoenixvoice

    “Ouch! Have been watching The 100 recently. The nefarious AI would get people to submit by causing pain/threat of death to loved ones.”

    We got tossed about by our love. Xtians make a huge thing about Jesus being cruucified to “atone for our sins” and “the power of the blood”. (I don’t disparage these ideas, per se, just saying they’ve become the de facto measing of the cruucifixion since at least 300-ish CE.)

    This ignores something more essential, more human and, more godly: letting Himself be crucified to shopw that He too must suffer consequences and so will they if they wish to pursue life as God allegedly intended it to be. Who here wouldn’t offer their life for one of their children?

    Real leaders risk, even offer, their lives to honor the privilege of being followed for love of love not money. I’d give my life to experience just a week of that. As price for three years of being surrounded by people trying to live by the higher truth of love than by the mundane rule of law ot worse, I think JC cut a fine bargain on Golgotha. As did WIlliam Wallace in London:

    Wallace was transported to London, lodged in the house of William de Leyrer, then taken to Westminster Hall, where he was tried for treason and for atrocities against civilians in war, “sparing neither age nor sex, monk nor nun.” He was crowned with a garland of oak to suggest he was the king of outlaws. He responded to the treason charge, “I could not be a traitor to Edward, for I was never his subject.”[48][49]

    Following the trial, on 23 August 1305, Wallace was taken from the hall to the Tower of London, then stripped naked and dragged through the city at the heels of a horse to the Elms at Smithfield.[50] He was hanged, drawn and quartered—strangled by hanging, but released while he was still alive, emasculated, eviscerated and his bowels burned before him, beheaded, then cut into four parts.[51] His preserved head (dipped in tar) was placed on a pike atop London Bridge. It was later joined by the heads of the brothers, John and Simon Fraser. His limbs were displayed, separately, in Newcastle, Berwick, Stirling and Perth. A plaque unveiled 8 April 1956, stands in a wall of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital near the site of Wallace’s execution at Smithfield. It includes in Latin the words “Dico tibi verum libertas optima rerum nunquam servili sub nexu vivito fili” (I tell you the truth. Freedom is what is best. Sons, never live life like slaves.), and in Gaelic “Bas Agus Buaidh” (Death and Victory), an old Scottish battle cry.[52]

    Itals show how it’s done, imo.

    Incidentally, on torture: modern psych finally realized that torture works best without a public audience. Making martyrs is usually stupid, almost always if they’re publicly executed. Try torturing someone with their family around them also being tortured. You’ll be astounded by how much resilience they draw from each others’ presence, and how forgiving they are if one of them cracks.

    Extreme rendition in isolation works not as a means of gaining secret info but as a means of totally terrifying and humiliating an individual. Even so, many of the Gitmo gang survbived their years in isolation. pretty sure it was because they were extremely religious, and focused irrational human energy is perhaps more powerful than anything but, the putative God it so often turns to.

    madamski cafone

    What Mr. House said about Dr. D’s .pdf with the Matrix reference.

    madamski cafone

    Incidentally, one problem with all the people staying home is that the more media they consume, the less they like it and fall for the bullshit. Repeat a Big Lie too long… and it falls apart. They’re credulity balloons much like the monetary balloon blown by Wall Stree/Fed, huge flimsy gossamer that looks huge across the sky supported by all that warm bloviation and a bit of bread’n’circuses, but requires ever more bloviation power and circus bread to stay aloft and expanding without showing too many wrinkles betraying it’s an illusion.

    I see wrinkles. Big ones. Fault line wrinkles.

    Now, more and more people are coming out from unter the masks and talking to each other even with the political porcupne syndrome so many have endured here. (“Ow! You hurt me!” they cry as they shoot barbed quills into your skin.) This will be a huge fault line, this talking without interface except vibrating air molecules and body language.

    Maxwell Quest


    “They have also embraced other questionable beliefs, such as the lie that the 2020 election was stolen. The organization’s founder, Simone Gold, is a physician who was recently arrested as part of the coup attempt at the United States Capitol on January 6.”

    I, too, didn’t make it very far into your posted article attacking the AFLDS before screeching to a halt. When it insisted on immediately referencing the establishment talking points about the stolen 2020 election and its resulting capitol protest, I knew that the authors were either paid propagandists or victims of their own echo-chamber profession. It had all the hallmarks of an establishment ‘hit piece’.

    When it comes to the recent election, I would have no qualms about plopping down $100,000 betting that it was stolen. The evidence is overwhelming. As for the Jan 6th ‘coup attempt’, the claim is just too silly to merit rebuttal.

    The content of the article was nothing different than might be seen on CNN or MSNBC, or for that matter, found on any of the establishment-controlled ‘fact-checking’ web sites like Snopes and Wikipedia.

    madamski cafone

    from the “matrix” article:

    “A: You have to know your people.
    Q: Spot the weakness.”

    Fauci was such an obvious wannabe insecure gloryhog, filled with enough internal smoke’n’mirrors to hide the truth from himself. A natural choice. Clenis was another. Not that I saw him for what he is back then. I was a total sucker. But it’s so obvious. Hillary, probably as much his handler as his wife, seems to have gone rogue and has had to be diminished. I wonder what her mysterious ailments in 2016 were. JU&st sick enough to appear too weak for the job.

    Obama is SO Orlando Calrissian but without Orlando’s redeeming qualities. “This deal keeps getting worse, ” he says, but goes right along. No hero badge for him.

    I DON’T think Obama is running Biden. I suspect that, if anything, Biden was, instead, one of Obama’s many handlers back then. Just an earpiece, certainly no persuader: Obama probably despised him. But there he was, been in the Senate forever, Old Joe, in closest immediate audio range. A voice of influence. Hillary was probably more Obama’s handler than Biden, probably knew that having the first black man as president carried more political water than the first woman (dynasty) president, but hated having her Red Queen act challenged. She seems to have this bloodlust, being a sociopathic nightmare while Obama is merely a lameass high-functioning psychopath chickenshsit as much in over his head as the rest of them.

    Sure, the cabinet is all old Obama era retreards. But that doesn’t mean that OBAMA is their boss. We haven’t had a president in charge since… Carter, and they did him like they’ve done Trump the past 4 years: interference all around. Before that, JFK seems to have been in on the deal until he took LSD (my preferred perspective) and caught the utopia fever the CIA had unwittingly spawned by letting all that LSD run wild for awhile. Got taken out.

    “There’s this guy from the CIA and he’s creeping around Laurel canyon.” Frank Zappa

    Plastic People Who’s running Biden? The usual collage, I say, with shifting members and intra-power balances

    Please, don’t anyone here think I don’t believe in core elite cabals infested with evil. Jeffrey Epstein alone proves glaringly otherwise. Actually, I believe in Masonic Illuminati AND Nephilim ancient conspiracy theories. I’m a frickin NUT. Flying saucers, ark of the covenant, guardian angels, Melurian ley lines… gimme summorah that stuff, yeamen.

    I just don’t think they have much power outside their ability to (sotto voce) get people to constantly pay attention to whatever shit charade they’re showing on your silver screen including countless conspiracy websites who “…make it complex enough that it will take armies of people to sort it out and argue about it, and then you have them.” (It’s not unlike the Biblical notion of the Debbil as The Whisperer, if you look at it.)

    Whomever they are, they can’t command armies or genuine economies or anything more than parasitic leechings via mind control, and mind control only goes so far. Your Jedi tricks won’t work on me, said the little brother to his bossy big sister. I know about your dildo. I took a picture.

    As long as the focus is on them, they’re in power even if your focus on them comes from an entirely skeptical cynical rational facts-only basis of incredulity: focus on them and you give them your power. Consider another well-known focus on power: worship of God. People obsess over it, in the process typically altering and sullying their interface with God as they understand It. Almost all serious spiritual adepts follow practices ultimately aimed to make you forget your programming, to NOT OBSESS and thereby attain the clarity of awareness to sense that deep inner basic current in one’s soul. They obsess on not obsessing because you can’t make yourself know God by thinking about God even though, hyper-cerebral as we homo saps are, we have to initially follow the thinking path to reach that place. About the time the battle between the impossibilities — that of thinking on how to not think about God and that of thinking about how to think about God — have bashed one senseless, one’s mind collapses and lets God make Itself known. Something like that.

    Same with this here stuff we call politics. It all happens locally, not on the silver screen. Witness Florida versus Washington states. Different narrative filters, different handlers, different dynamics from each other despite them all sharing easily 90-plus the same media exposure profiles, different covid responses. A crowd, a populace, a mob are made of individuals. Disrupt the matrix lattice that holds them together in effectively copntrolled harness, and they roam all over the fucking place and pretty soon they’ve burned Bill Gates’ house down.

    So I focus internally on things one can do, here, now, soon, whatever, and where I focus my outward energy, I look for things that actually empower my basic optimism, enthusiasm for life… including enthusiasm for things like heroism, cuz anyone who thinks it won’t require either heroism or a buncha good luck (and probably both) to get through this cusp without being horribly degraded within oneself, is totaly blowing smoke out their eyes.

    I find simple huge targets like God, be it planetary gods like Gaia or cosmic gods like YHVH or (take your pick) especially effective for me and many that I know, but it doesn’t matter what you name your hronir, I feel. It just helps to have a giant imaginary friend to focus on rather than a giant (and also mostly imaginary) enemy to focus on.

    Get thee behind me, Jesus told Satan.

    Eat my dust, in other words. I don’t fear you even with a gun pointed at my back, because as I fear, so dies my soul, and I believe I have a soul and that it is my entire life, not the parade of thoughts and sensory data I create/consume. (If He’d placed Satan before Him so He could keep an eye on him, he would be following Satan as much as His own sense of direction and purpose. Not wise to splt oneself between the holy and the profane.)


    Now that’s what I’m talking about.

    madamski cafone

    I want a toilet that plays this when it flushes for Moab:

    Listen to the Song of the Ooh-woo Girls

    Mr. House

    ” I told you many years ago—and you used this—that if you can show the public other people dying all over the place, you can construct the name of a new disease around that image, and people will accept the “fact” of the new disease. Because they react. Because they FEEL. It works. That was and is AIDS in Africa. I helped build that time line. That was my job. You and I did at least one interview around that.”

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    “A; Because that makes people more governable. You coalesce public opinion so that
    the public becomes more governable. Otherwise, people will just destroy each other.
    Q; You believe that.
    A: Yes.”

    Now that is what I’d call the voice of the devil if ever I heard it. THere is evil that thinks it is good, right there.

    Mr. House

    Keep reading, he gets better towards the end. I’m just about finished


    My dad and his artist pal knew Schulz back in the 50s and would bring me used paper from him. When Schulz moved in the late fifties, I got a bunch of it. I was always looking for more paper- I was (am) a drawing fiend. A while back Antiques Roadshow put an astonishing value on one of those pencil drafts. I coulda been a millionaire! (Of course, they would have to have ignored the toddler’s scribbles on the reverse). Ah, well.

    madamski cafone

    “A: It’s not my field. I’m sure there is a cover‐up of something, but I don’t know exactly what. You see, for me it’s all about the reaction. A colleague of mine once told me that saucers have been recovered. I didn’t accept what he was saying as the truth, because I didn’t exactly trust him. He might have been testing my own reaction.”

    Here is an example of why conspiracies only go so far. Plausible deniability equals mutual incredulity. The lines of command darken the more one uses cutouts.

    “As far as I can tell, the balloon testers are a bit unhappy about what they have learned in their experiments. It appears that a great many people are anxious to make new alliances…in other words, the idea of UFOs is very appealing because people feel that it symbolizes a way out of some kind of impasse, a doorway into a better reality. Not in a religious sense, necessarily, although there is that. But just as an escape from the oppressive conditions of life. UFOs become a symbol of freedom”

    FASCINATING. I recall that before 911, UFOs/X-Files theories were the biggest general regular search item on the net after the gold standard of porn. Then 911 sucked up all that energy and we all became fascinated with the All-Seeing NWO Order formerly broadcast from the Twin Towers (so to speak) but now run throughout the media complex recently fuly informed with surveillance capacity via xtml (among many new emerging methods including passing the Patriot Act so we could just plug right into the grapevine).

    What do they find? Whatever it is, it might have something to do with the zillion Hollywood superhero skiddy shows that pass for adult entertainment these days. Since I’m a nut, I’ll reward my secret fellow travelers and ponder that there really is a race of (possibly exiled?) “nephilim”/”aliens” on earth using certain advanced know who are scared shitless that some other demiruge force will return and kick their ass. Perhaps they’re doing research on how to discredit the returning Messiah or some crazier idea.

    Maybe the arms race is an attempt to defend themselves from returning space cavalry. Sure it’s crazy. So is reality. Indulge me, pls. It’ll be fun: maybe the rreason the likes of the Inquisition were so fussy about science being based, an arrogation of God, had a sincere initial impulse (the Inquisition seemed mostly about power and then the sickness power breeds). Maybe some of the early prophets and church fathers understood enough about this End Times stuff they went on about to know that the devil/demons on earth would want to make super-weapons aginst the Return of Jeebus or Mithras or whatever name was The Name for whomever. Steadily losing control of their narrative especially after Rome got involved, they retained certain essential things if possible, like don’t let the people build weapons that can reach the sky, even symbolic weapons like the Tower of Babel, more dangerous to its makers than alien incoming.

    Funny how the Library at Alexandria got burned in 46 BCE (free cheesy speculation, I wonder what googling that via udo/NWO etc. theory would bring up)

    Funny how sciencve finally broke through and 400 years later we’re scorching the planet with it. Maybe that’s it. Maybe it’s sour grapes: if we can’t keep it then you can’t have it. Here, terraform this, mutherfucking skygods! Fits with their incessantly insidiously narcosociopathic profiles, these crazy fuckers. Even fits with the Zionist component accompanying much of it. Makes sense that, if there IS anything to this prophecy jive about the Jews and their crazy cousins, Xtians and Muslims, then it’s logical that the Ginger Ones of Nephilia would want to coopt it in a way that has the Holy Sites nuked before Sky King can return, there being some limitations to space travel, time travel, inter-dimensiional travel, not to mention advance release dates of Hollywood movies about all this.

    Blast every drop of sacred naoparticle of, say, the Ark of the Covenant before YHVH can do whatever Yahweh does with such things, maybe even fucking FIND us in the first place. (Like maybe Das Portal only opens at certain times, and/or works in weird ways, and if you don’t get the homing signal, you’re lost?)

    Who knows? I hope I’ve enertained and done so in a thought-intriguing way. And now, Lawrence Welk Presents:

    Sun Ra Speaks

    UFOs/space travel as a symbol of freedom, including Afrofuturism.

    Weird times we live in.

    Mr. House

    After reading this, i’m convinced something terrible will happen in the near future. If Covid is an “OP” then it isn’t taking well enough. How the person telling us this in Dr. D’s PDF talks, they’ll think, well we gave them a chance to do this the easy way, now the velvet gloves come off and you get smacked with the metal gauntlet.


    For the Schulz fans here – I was given these books by my father almost 50 years ago. I rarely open them, and have never translated the German one (bogged down in computer languages).


    I am so tickled y’all like “ellis medavoy”.


    Bayer seeking bankruptcy protection does not mean what you think it does!
    It is a legal way to avoid all present legal responsibilities and past harms.
    So Bayer going bankrupt means business as usual minus any past accumulated baggage.

    John Day

    Hi Madamski,
    I like your ramblings about aliens and the tower of babel, and Nephilim.
    It reminds me of this book I just got introduced to , week before last.

    madamski cafone

    from the Matrix thingie:

    “The cartels operate on the basis that, in order to lead the mass of people, you must
    direct their emotions toward an enemy. That mobilizes people. That keeps them in
    line. Without an enemy, the people will soon grow tired of external control. They
    will naturally drift into more natural freedom. The cartels know they must derail
    this drift.”

    This demonstrates why I rail against railing against The Enemy and, instead, working locally for the good. Defang the enemy in the public mind and the enemy becomes weak in the public mind. Since the enemy mostly exists only in the public mind, it becomes functionally impotent.

    @ JOhn Day

    Glad you like religiious sci-fi. 😉

    madamski cafone

    @ John Day

    Also, while Urantia was always too verbose for me to get into, Jaco Pastorius did:

    The Heaven Of Urantia

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    @ Mr. House

    “…now the velvet gloves come off and you get smacked with the metal gauntlet.”

    Which is where they lose. The whole thing is based on the *illusion* of freedom. Remove that and people go apeshit. They’ll try and float some populist charismatic for people to center on, but it won’t hold because they have nothing left to offer (having wasted it all), and nothing to take away (having wasted it all).

    China is all they have left; and China is in bad shape too, and only partly theirs.

    Russia quit playing their game. Armed itself to the teeth. Isn’t scared of them cuz it knows they’re failures at everything except lying. In fact, Russia’s hardest job regarding them is making them believe Russia is telling the simple plain truth.

    I don’t think they understand plain truth. Doesn’t compute. They keep looking for the lie they are convinced hides behind the lie. They really can’t believe someone is telling them, FUCK YOU. Even harder for them to believe is that Russia can continue getting away with it like it has since around the Georgia fiasco in the Caucasus.

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    Matrix thingie:

    “I have to admit that there are many people who have managed to position their
    consciousness outside these thought‐forms, outside these fields. And THEIR
    problem is getting other people, the slaves, to do the same thing.”

    Here is where I see a professional liar incapable of perceiving the reality underlying the lies he helped create. He wants us to all learn how walk in lockstep together, but somehow free. If only we could all become immune to propaganda, he says. I don’t think the man is retired at all. I think he’s laying ground work for a propaganda vaccine, so to speak.

    Our problem is to stop expecting others to conform to this or that, but to practice working together on things we do agree about, period, with no regard for how this affects the hypnotic zeitgeist other than this: let our works be good and not promote, justify, and especially, not rationalize away evil. (“lesser evil” false dichotomies)

    It’s been a fascinating read, and revelatory in many ways, but the guy can’t retire. It’s in his blood. He’s still planting stories. A bit of a limited hangout with with some early tilling of the radical fringe zeitgeist to continue supporting the same old message: NOTHING IS GOOD UNLESS WE ALL DO IT TOGETHER THE SAME WAY.

    I love guys like Ellis Medavoy. They reveal so much more than they realize, being blind by a very isolatred life and its attendant hermitic confirmation biases.

    madamski cafone

    Also, the man sells the internet as if it were holy water when he knows damn well it’s the greatest surveillance/propaganda tool since the confession booth. Poor man just cayn’t hepp his seff!

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