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3 Leaks that Sink the Covid Narrative (OffG)
Thanks For The Labels (Denninger)
After COVID-19 Successes, Push For mRNA Vaccines For Other Diseases (Nature)
Former National Security Advisor: ‘I Think We Can’ Find Covid-19 Origin (Hill)
Peru Surges To Highest Covid Death Toll Per Capita (Axios)
EU Plans To Lift Covid Quarantine Rules For Vaccinated From 1 July (G.)
The Three Rivers of Angst (Kunstler)
US Caught Spying On EU ‘Allies’ Again…What Is Europe Going To Do About It? (RT)
Russia May Be Cut Off From SWIFT Banking Payment System (RT)
EU Set To Unveil Plans For Bloc-Wide Digital Wallet (R.)
Just 7% of UK Shop Payments Predicted To Be In Cash By 2024 (G.)

 

 

 

 

German department of the interior report: “The danger is obviously no greater than that of many other viruses.”

3 Leaks that Sink the Covid Narrative (OffG)

The science of the coronavirus is not disputed. It is well documented and openly admitted: Most people won’t get the virus. Most of the people who get it won’t display symptoms. Most of the people who display symptoms will only be mildly sick. Most of the people with severe symptoms will never be critically ill. And most of the people who get critically ill will survive. This is borne out by the numerous serological studies which show, again and again, that the infection fatality ratio is on par with flu. There is no science – and increasingly little rational discussion – to justify the lockdown measures and overall sense of global panic. Nevertheless, it’s always good to get official acknowledgement of the truth, even if it has to be leaked. Here are three leaks showing that those in power know that the coronavirus poses no threat, and in no way justifies the lockdown that is going to destroy the livelihoods of so many.

1. “IT’S ALL BULLSHIT!” On May 26th Dr Alexander Myasnikov, Russia’s head of coronavirus information, gave an interview to former-Presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak in which he apparently let slip his true feelings. Believing the interview over, and the camera turned off, Myasnikov said: “It’s all bullshit […] It’s all exaggerated. It’s an acute respiratory disease with minimal mortality […] Why has the whole world been destroyed? That I don’t know,”

2. “COVID-19 CANNOT BE DESCRIBED AS A GENERALLY DANGEROUS DISEASE” According to an e-mail leaked to Danish newspaper Politiken, the Danish Health Authority disagree with their government’s approach to the coronavirus. They cover it in two articles. There’s a lot of interesting information there, not least of which is the clear implication that politicians appear to be pressing the scientific advisors to overstate the danger (they did the same thing in the UK), along with the decision of some civil servants to withhold data from the public until after the lockdown had been extended. But by far the most important quote is from a March 15th e-mail: The Danish Health Authority continues to consider that covid-19 cannot be described as a generally dangerous disease, as it does not have either a usually serious course or a high mortality rate,” On March 12th the Danish parliament passed an emergency law which – among many other things – decreased the power of the Danish Health Authority, demoting it from a “regulatory authority” to just an “advisory” one.

3. “A GLOBAL FALSE ALARM” Earlier this month, on May 9th, a report was leaked to the German alternate media magazine Tichys Einblick titled “Analysis of the Crisis Management”. The report was commissioned by the German department of the interior, but then its findings were ignored, prompting one of the authors to release it through non-official channels. The fall out of that, including attacks on the authors and minimising of the report’s findings, is all very fascinating and we highly recommend this detailed report on Strategic Culture. We’re going to focus on just the reports conclusions, including [our emphasis]:

The dangerousness of Covid-19 was overestimated: probably at no point did the danger posed by the new virus go beyond the normal level. The danger is obviously no greater than that of many other viruses. There is no evidence that this was more than a false alarm. During the Corona crisis the State has proved itself as one of the biggest producers of Fake News. After being attacked in the press, and suspended from his job, the leaker and other authors of the report released a joint statement, calling on the government to respond to their findings.

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“Took the stab? You’re off the marriage-potential list permanently. Why? Potential life-long medical complications, that’s why.”

Thanks For The Labels (Denninger)

One of the latest bits of insanity: Dating apps are allegedly asking if you’ve taken the Covid stab and displaying a “badge” if you have. I haven’t verified this personally since I have no use for such things, but it’s allegedly either there or being rolled out. To which, if I was single and younger, especially of potential child-siring age, I’d say “thanks for the warning.” Indeed, the malicious (or shall we say, “predatory”) men out there just got fair warning of who is a **** ’em and leave “fun” date. Took the stab? You’re off the marriage-potential list permanently. Why? Potential life-long medical complications, that’s why. Do I want to marry someone who may have given themselves an auto-immune disease three or five years down the road? Oh Hell No. But if she’s cute, well, the bed awaits — for now.

When Lupus or similar “screw you” lifetime medical issues make their appearance she can enjoy the company of her cats — that wasn’t a random chance thing we all are forced to face as adults and is always part of the deal it was self-inflicted stupidity and her other half didn’t get a vote. Never mind the rather clear problem that is presented to anyone (of either sex) contemplating a permanent relationship with someone who is willing to stab themselves with an experimental drug. There’s a legitimate reason to do it, by the way: You already know you’re at very high risk of a respiratory virus killing you, so despite the unknowns the math pencils out. Ok, thanks for the warning again; you aren’t in good health and don’t expect to remain that way. Is that person marriage and child-raising material? Naw, but a **** is all good.

Then there’s those who can be bribed cheap — you know, with a donut, or a lottery ticket? That’s great marriage material too, right? I mean, let’s face facts: A healthy 20-something person has a statistical zero risk of being killed by Covid and half of them probably already had it and may not even know so they didn’t take the shot to protect their own health after careful deliberation and an antibody test first, right? How does this relate to long-term relationships? Simple: There’s always some ******* who is richer, no matter how much you have and she just branded herself as willing to sell her future cheap. VERY cheap. Thanks for the warning; it’s a hell of a lot better for a guy to conclusively find this out before he needs a divorce lawyer! Make sure the rubbers stay in your wallet so she can’t “pin” them before use and for the love of God flush the damn thing after you’re done so she can’t fish it out of the trash can!

It’s even worse from the male future family evaluation side. Some guys do want families. Was there permanent damage done to that capability in terms of bearing kids? We know that those nice mRNA shots show up in the ovaries. Oh, chick-a-dee didn’t know that before rolling up her sleeve? Well, that’s what haste gets you — not bothering to wait for the science to figure it out. I have no idea and neither does she if that’s a problem but she took the stab voluntarily. So about that willingness to have said family and put your relationship in front of preening around virtue-signaling on Instabitch and Facesucker, eh? Maybe that will all work out ok, but it seems to me that by the time we will know with reasonable certainty the window will be closed on the baby factory as only high-risk (for both woman and child) and maybe even IVF, if any, pregnancies will be possible. Again: No thanks; I’ll take the woman who didn’t deliberately risk permanent compromise of her reproductive capacity so she could get into Lollapalooza.

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21st century Frankenstein?

After COVID-19 Successes, Push For mRNA Vaccines For Other Diseases (Nature)

When the broad range of vaccines against COVID-19 were being tested in clinical trials, only a few experts expected the unproven technology of mRNA to be the star. Within 10 months, mRNA vaccines were both the first to be approved and the most effective. Although these are the first mRNA vaccines to be approved, the story of mRNA vaccines starts more than 30 years ago, with many bumps in the road along the way. In 1990, the late physician-scientist Jon Wolff and his University of Wisconsin colleagues injected mRNA into mice, which caused cells in the mice to produce the encoded proteins. In many ways, that work served as the first step toward making a vaccine from mRNA, but there was a long way to go—and there still is, for many applications.

Traditional vaccines use a weak or inactive form of a microorganism to turn the immune system against the disease. After a person is given injection of an mRNA vaccine, their cells make part or all of a protein that causes an immune response, including the production of antibodies. Although the most widely known examples are the mRNA-based vaccines from BioNTech–Pfizer and Moderna directed against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus that causes COVID-19, that is just one small part of this field—and those vaccines were not the first efforts that used mRNA. Despite the many benefits of using this molecule as the basis of a vaccine, it comes with fundamental challenges: it is not very stable inside cells, and mRNA is not efficiently translated into proteins when used as a gene-delivery tool. Today, mRNA can be engineered to battle many diseases, but it will not work with all of them.

German biotechnology company BioNTech’s chief medical officer Özlem Türeci—physician, immunologist and entrepreneur—says that “mRNA has a couple of interesting features that make it attractive for vaccines.” Adaptability serves as this molecule’s key feature in this application and beyond. mRNA can be engineered not only to make antigens for vaccines but also to encode antibodies, cytokines and other proteins related to the immune system. “The versatility of mRNA creates a huge design space,” she explains. The scientists at BioNTech spent years researching and developing techniques to get full command over mRNA, including optimizing its non-coding parts, designing specific sequences, developing manufacturing processes and more.

Türeci describes the results of those efforts by saying, “We have a diversified toolbox and by mixing and matching the modules in this toolbox, we can design mRNA with the features that we need for a particular purpose.” She adds that “it is a bit like writing code—by mastering a programming language [that] is rich in terms, one can give any instruction one wants.” With the BioNTech toolbox, the scientists can control how much protein is produced and for how long, the route of administration of the mRNA, which cells express the protein and if the mRNA creates a precise activation or suppression of the immune system.

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Does Biden really want to find out?

Former National Security Advisor: ‘I Think We Can’ Find Covid-19 Origin (Hill)

Former Deputy National Security Advisor Matthew Pottinger said that he believes it is possible to ascertain the origins of COVID-19 during a discussion of the Wuhan lab origin theory on Sunday. “I think there’s a lot that can be learned in 90 days,” Pottinger told “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd on NBC, referring to President Biden’s recent call for a 90-day report on the origins of COVID-19 from the U.S. intelligence community. “It’s conceivable that we’ll have an answer and even if we come up short with a definitive answer, what we’re gonna have is a foundation for additional revelations to come out from scientists around the world who are now going to be emboldened because they know that this is a priority of the United States,” Pottinger added.


Todd asked Pottinger if he believed a “definitive answer” about the origins of COVID-19 could be found even if the Chinese government is uncooperative. “I think we can. It might take more than 90 days, but look, … China has incredible and ethical scientists, many of whom in the early stages of the pandemic came out to say that they suspected that this was a lab leak,” Pottinger said. “So those people have been systematically silenced by their government,” he added, saying a U.S.-led global effort to find the origins of COVID-19 may embolden these scientists to come forward.

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With or from Covid?

Peru Surges To Highest Covid Death Toll Per Capita (Axios)

Peru officials revised the country’s COVID-19 death toll Monday from 69,342 to 180,764 after a review. The almost tripling of the number listed Sunday means the country has the worst pandemic death rate per capita, according to Johns Hopkins University data. Per Johns Hopkins, Hungary previously had the highest coronavirus death toll per capita —about 300 per 100,000 people. With its revised toll, Peru stands at over 500 COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 people. Officials said that the undercounting was partially down to “a lack of testing that made it difficult to confirm whether a person had died due to the virus or some other cause,” Reuters reports. Experts had long raised concerns that the official death toll had been undercounted, as hospitals packed out with coronavirus patients and oxygen ran short, the news agency notes.

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It will get dangerous once they claim enough people have bee jabbed. We’re not there yet.

EU Plans To Lift Covid Quarantine Rules For Vaccinated From 1 July (G.)

The starting pistol has been fired on a “relaxing” summer holiday season for people living in the EU from 1 July, as Brussels proposed lifting all quarantine obligations on those who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19. From Tuesday, a system will be ready to allow member states to issue a digital Covid passport to citizens proving their status and freeing them up to travel. With infection rates on a downward trajectory across the bloc, a deadline has been set for 1 July for all 27 EU countries to accept the documentation as sufficient proof of vaccination for restrictions to be lifted. A negative test or proof of having recovered from infection will confer the same rights on the holder of a certificate.

The European Commission has proposed a standard validity period for tests: 72 hours before travel for PCR tests and 48 hours for rapid antigen tests. The children of those who are fully vaccinated will also be exempt from quarantine under the proposal and as a minimum no one under six years of age will need to take a test. Many countries are likely to set a higher age threshold for the testing of minors. The intention is that fully vaccinated UK travellers will benefit from the Covid passport system but, in light of the emerging variant first identified in India, EU governments may still impose restrictions on people arriving from the UK including testing and quarantine obligations.

From Monday, entry to France has been limited to EU nationals, French residents, and those travelling for essential purposes. People arriving from the UK must have tested negative and quarantine for seven days. While a sudden deterioration in the Covid infection rates in the EU could lead to the use of an “emergency brake” on the lifting of restrictions within the bloc, the intention is to reintroduce free movement as the summer tourism season begins.

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“..the whole sorry episode looks like an act-of-war but carried out with America’s foolish willing collaboration..”

The Three Rivers of Angst (Kunstler)

Three rivers of angst flow out of Memorial Day 2021, and it is possible to imagine how they will meet later this year and join in a mighty flood of woe over the country. The first is the toxic stream of Wokery saturating just about every institution in the USA from the armed services, to the DOJ, to education both public and private, to organized sports, to the corporate C suites and, of course, to the transmission of current events in news and social media. Despite the torrents of mendacious narratives and fogs of gaslight deployed in this campaign, a substantial chunk of the public resists suffocation and has finally begun to fight back, especially at the grass roots local level against the dogma-driven school boards out to cancel Western Civ.

Expect this to ramp up as the spring semester closes out and the schools must set the terms for resuming classes in the fall. The kids themselves are bucking the mask mandates while the parents tangle with the more vexing problems of Woke racist curricula and insane sexual propaganda. It’s going to get ugly. Another stream of angst is the River of Covid-19. The tide has just turned on the question of where it came from, namely, the Wuhan Lab, but it’s hard to game-out both what we might do about that concerning the CCP’s role in it – plus, the roles of Dr. Fauci and our own National Institutes of Health – and whether the depraved administration of China Joe Biden can even acknowledge the facts. That is to say: the whole sorry episode looks like an act-of-war but carried out with America’s foolish willing collaboration.

But then a whole raft of really deadly additional questions overrides even the quandary of who’s responsible, and I refer to the future course of the disease itself, whether another wave comes back, what new variants might emerge, and the extremely spooky issue of what the long-term effects of the experimental vaccines might be. Since the news media is so untrustworthy, and these are such troubling threats, it will be very hard to locate the truth about the medical concerns.

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They’ll throw some big words at it, that’s it.

US Caught Spying On EU ‘Allies’ Again…What Is Europe Going To Do About It? (RT)

The espionage dynamic ultimately ties into the same mindset: The United States sees the European Union more as an economic competitor than as a friend and does not in any respect want it to get ahead of them or gain “advantage” in any specific area. The F-16 story above reveals how US intelligence in fact serves the interests of the military industrial complex, seeking out the secrets of Europe’s own defence industry and ensuring America always has the competitive edge, even to the point of making national intelligence agencies betray their own countries. As Edward Snowden stated in an interview in 2014, the US engages in constant industrial espionage against big German companies such as Siemens, stating: “If there’s information at Siemens that’s beneficial to US national interests – even if it doesn’t have anything to do with national security – then they’ll take that information nevertheless.”

In line with this, Angela Merkel, as a very Eurocentric leader who has a maverick approach to foreign policy and Germany’s place in the world, is unsurprisingly a frequent target of American intelligence activities. Washington is constantly wondering what she is thinking, intending and doing, not least regarding China and Russia where they do not see eye to eye. She is perhaps a “frenemy” to the US, a de facto ally and enemy simultaneously. But this all boils down to the big question as stated above, what is Europe going to do about it? Or can they do anything about it? The EU’s response to such unending controversies seems to be to make a small protest in the heat of the moment, but otherwise forget it and do nothing, passively tolerating American infiltration designed to undermine European interests and competitiveness across the board.

If Europe is serious about upholding its own “strategic clout” it has to be prepared to take bigger risks and stop being pressed into line under the obligation of “transatlaticism” and get tougher on the “American problem.” The bloc should take a leaf out of its rhetoric toward China and demand “reciprocity” in its relations with the United States, that it ceases espionage against them, seeks to curtail excessive “American influence” operations undermining their foreign policy and strategic independence and that it treats the continent as an equal and fair partner. Surely one would think ‘enough is enough’ but of course there is little reason to think anything will change. In a world where US surveillance is intrusive and rampant, America still surprisingly gets away with accusing everyone else of “spying.”

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By now, Russia is well prepared.

Russia May Be Cut Off From SWIFT Banking Payment System (RT)

Russian banks may be blocked from using SWIFT, a payment system that enables reliable and secure financial transactions, as part of restrictions against Moscow, in what one official has called a potential “spiral of sanctions.” “It’s no secret that there are threats, primarily from the United States, to disconnect Russia from the SWIFT system,” said Dmitry Birichevsky, director of the Economic Cooperation Department of the Russian Foreign Ministry. Speaking on RIA Novosti on Monday, the diplomat noted that Russia has concerns that SWIFT could get caught up in a “spiral of sanctions,” led by Washington. However, the senior official doesn’t think America will act on this threat any time soon.

“I’m actually confident that we won’t be disconnected from SWIFT anytime soon, and maybe never,” he said, noting that Russia would be able to come to payment agreements with their trading partners anyway. “Since 2014, Russia has been working on its own payment system. This system already exists,” he explained. “We all use the MIR card. It is also accepted in a number of neighboring countries and in Turkey. Negotiations are also underway with other partners.” Last month, politicians from the European Parliament voted in favor of a resolution to condemn what they called Russia’s “military posturing close to the country’s border with Ukraine.” The MEPs agreed that, “should military build-up lead to an invasion,” Moscow should be excluded from SWIFT, along with other economic measures.

Proposals to cut Moscow off from the world’s leading international payment system are not new. After seven years of threats, Russia is now in a position where losing access to SWIFT would no longer be a disastrous blow. The country has created its own alternative, called SPFS, which works domestically, and Moscow is looking to expand the system internationally.

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Scary.

EU Set To Unveil Plans For Bloc-Wide Digital Wallet (R.)

The European Union (EU) is set to unveil plans for a bloc-wide digital wallet on Wednesday, following requests from member states to find a safe way for citizens to access public and private services online, the Financial Times reported. The app will allow citizens across the EU to securely access a range of private and public services with a single online ID, according to the FT report on Tuesday. The digital wallet will securely store payment details and passwords and allow citizens from all 27 countries to log onto local government websites or pay utility bills using a single recognized identity, the newspaper said, citing people with direct knowledge of the plans.


The EU-wide app can be accessed via fingerprint or retina scanning among other methods, and will also serve as a vault where users can store official documents like the driver’s licence, the newspaper reported. EU officials will enforce a structural separation to prevent companies that access user data from using the wallet for any other commercial activity such as marketing new products. Brussels is engaged in talks with member states to provide guidelines on technical standards for rollout of the digital wallet, which is expected to be fully operational in about a year, according to the newspaper.

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Cash is freedom.

Just 7% of UK Shop Payments Predicted To Be In Cash By 2024 (G.)

Just 7% of in-store purchases in the UK could be made in cash by 2024, a report has forecast, after the coronavirus pandemic fuelled the switch to cards and mobile payments. While cash accounted for 27% of in-store transactions in 2019, the latest global payments report from processing company Worldpay found that had fallen to 13% last year. The report predicts usage will continue to drop over the next three years. International figures showed that in several other countries, including Sweden, Canada and Australia, already less than one in 10 shop payments are made in cash. It predicted Sweden would be “almost cashless” by 2024, with 0.4% of transactions paid for with money, down from 15.2% in 2019 and 8.8% last year.


Consumers and businesses were already moving away from cash payments before the pandemic hit, but early concerns that Covid-19 could spread via surfaces led some companies to switch to contactless methods. The increase in the contactless limit on cards, and mobile payment services with no cap on spending have accelerated the switch away from cash. Worldpay said that by 2024 it expected mobile to make up a third of payments. Pete Wickes of Worldpay said: “This research shows the speed and scale of the transformation in consumer behaviour in just 12 months. “The decline in the use of cash in the UK has accelerated, and while this opens up new opportunities for businesses to optimise and drive efficiencies, we need to be mindful that important parts of the economy continue to rely on cash, such as charity donations and restaurant tip jars, while there are many in society who remain underbanked.”

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    Pablo Picasso La lecture 1932   • 3 Leaks that Sink the Covid Narrative (OffG) • Thanks For The Labels (Denninger) • After COVID-19 Successes, Pu
    [See the full post at: Debt Rattle June 1 2021]

    #76391
    Timbuk
    Participant

    It is well documented and openly admitted: Most people won’t get the virus.

    We are talking about a highly infectious respiratory virus with an R0 > 3 (for the original variant). How am I supposed to take the rest of it seriously?

    #76392
    Django
    Participant

    Polder Dweller your link yesterday shows documents describing the import of Covid19 medical eqipment in 2017.
    A genuinely embarrassing situation and one which will be difficult to explain even by such clever fellows as the WHO.

    #76393
    absolute galore
    Participant

    “Ashrai live for hundreds of years and will come up to the surface of the water once each century to bathe in the moonlight which they use to help them grow.

    “It is proven that the steel of the fish farm cages draws many ashrai to the surface, with only one result: they melt.”

    It warned that male fishermen would be in danger as the fairies “will attempt to lure him with promises of gold and jewels into the deepest part of the ocean to drown or simply to trick him”.

    I don’t see these claims as being any more fantastical than our beliefs in endless oil, techno-salvation, Elon Musk on Mars, ceaseless money-printing, or the origins and effects of Covid-19. In fact these days I would put my money on the fairies.

    #76394
    absolute galore
    Participant

    @ Timbuk: Have more than 50% of the people you know come down with Covid symptoms of any kind? If not, that might be proof that most people don’t get the virus? (Seeing as how most of the science now says masks are basically theater and lockdowns are ineffective at best.) I believe there has also been evidence presented that a good chunk of the population is not very susceptible to Covid-19 due to something about T-cells. Also prior exposure to similar earlier viruses. Although I will be the first to admit there is so much conflicting evidence out there that some of these claims are hard to verify. However, I can report that most of the people I know who tested positive had no or mild symptoms. Thankfully, nobody I know personally has died, and the deaths I am aware of are “friends of friends” or further removed than that.

    I certainly would prefer not to come down with the virus, but especially now that I have some medicinal compounds in my cupboard, I am not living in fear. I just hope something more deadly is not in the offing any time soon…

    #76395
    John Day
    Participant

    https://www.johndayblog.com/2021/06/useful-cyber-pandemic.html
    From “Event 201” to “Cyber Polygon”: The WEF’s Simulation of a Coming “Cyber Pandemic”​ , Whitney Webb​ 2/5/21
    Last year, the World Economic Forum teamed up with the Russian government and global banks to run a high-profile cyberattack simulation that targeted the financial industry, an actual event that would pave the way for a “reset” of the global economy. The simulation, named Cyber Polygon, may have been more than a typical planning exercise and bears similarities to the WEF-sponsored pandemic simulation Event 201 that briefly preceded the COVID-19 crisis.​..
    …​When the world’s most powerful people, such as members of the WEF, desire to make radical changes, crises conveniently emerge—whether a war, a plague, or economic collapse—that enable a “reset” of the system, which is frequently accompanied by a massive upward transfer of wealth.
    ​ ​In recent decades, such events have often been preceded by simulations that come thick and fast before the very event they were meant to “prevent” takes place. Recent examples include the 2020 US election and COVID-19. One of these, Event 201, was cohosted by the World Economic Forum in October 2019 and simulated a novel coronavirus pandemic that spreads around the world and causes major disruptions to the global economy—just a few weeks before the first case of COVID-19 appeared.​..
    ​Rather than preparing for a potential medical pandemic, Cyber Polygon 2020 focused on preparing for a “cyberpandemic,” one that mainstream media outlets like the New Yorker claim is “already underway.”​…​
    ​ ​Cyber Polygon 2020 was both an ad for pro-Russian relations and a promotional exercise for Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset. Some of the people who took part and supported the Cyber Polygon event are involved at the highest levels of cyber intelligence; some may have even been unofficial representatives of their national state intelligence apparatus. The decisions of several national governments to participate directly in the WEF-led Great Reset is no “conspiracy theory.” For instance, the incoming Biden administration sent its climate envoy, John Kerry, to the WEF annual meeting last month, where Kerry underscored the US commitment to the Great Reset agenda and the associated Fourth Industrial Revolution that seeks to automate most jobs being currently performed by humans. With the governments of Russia, China, the US, the UK, Israel, Canada, and India, among others, on board with this transnational agenda, it becomes deeply unsettling that high-ranking operatives in both the public and private sectors joined the WEF to conduct a simulation of a crisis that would clearly benefit the Great Reset agenda.​..
    ​ ​A massive cyberattack, such as that simulated at Cyber Polygon 2020, would allow faceless hackers to be blamed for economic collapse, thus absolving the real financial criminals of responsibility. Furthermore, due to the difficult nature of investigating hacks and the ability of intelligence agencies to frame other nation states for hacks they in fact committed themselves, any boogeyman of choice can be blamed, whether a “domestic terror” group or a country unaligned with the WEF (for now, at least) like Iran or North Korea.​..
    ​https://unlimitedhangout.com/2021/02/investigative-reports/from-event-201-to-cyber-polygon-the-wefs-simulation-of-a-coming-cyber-pandemic/

    Here is the under-2 minute-advert for the “cyber pandemic with COVID-like characteristics”. It appeals to my fears.
    It works much better than that “You’ll own nothing and be happy” drivel.
    This is a real threat. My heart is beating faster and my attention is focused. I need to know a lot more about this!
    https://www.weforum.org/videos/a-cyber-attack-with-covid-like-characteristics

    #76396
    Michael Reid
    Participant

    For your amusement

    #76397
    ctbarnum
    Participant

    Denninger explains we are past COVID after the second wave and the vaccines did nothing. Frankly, I won’t get one, and will try to convince my doctor today, that a blood clot either means I go deaf (due to poor circulation in my neck) or die. No on both counts.

    “It takes 2 weeks after the second dose before you’re “protected.” The peak was on January 8th. The first doses went into arms on December 14th, so zero people had received two doses by the 8th of January and had it become effective, and more-damning was the beginning of actual vaccination in real people on a national basis was right around that time — yet no vaccine is effective instantly.

    The peak here in this county for cases was in fact on the 14th of December. A literal zero persons had been vaccinated before that day; the case rate was collapsing by the end of the month, down by more than 50% over those two weeks, yet not a single person was immune by virtue of vaccination on January 1st 2021.

    Not one.”

    https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=242570.

    #76398
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    Most of the people with severe symptoms will never be critically ill.
    And most of the people who get critically ill will survive.

    It needs to be said that a lot of these people go on to have some pretty serious health-challenges, from either post-viral syndrome or damage done by persistant internal blood-clots. However, we could treat these people, but our Lords And Masters Who Know What’s Best For Us insist that we must not do so, and amend calls to do this posted on social media with their own lies, often more than once for the same post.

    #76399
    ctbarnum
    Participant

    Will we attempt to break out? That’s not likely for many.

    ““They’ve turned the whole world into an open-air prison.””

    COVID is over…if you want it

    #76400
    Dr. D
    Participant

    Apparently in Spain, they lecture in the nude. Why not? I don’t mind.

    They intend to wreck the world on purpose with illogic, then having killed millions and brought everyone to desperation, trot out their “saviour”. Aliens! Maitreya! Al Gore! Who cares??? The only thing that matters is they will then STOP paying trillions to make a mess every day, and the waters will instantly calm.

    They’re doing a good job with food right now. It’s going up nicely. But as they promise, your energy will be going up too, following your health care and education, already a ten-bagger, bankrupting everyone with high prices and no delivery.

    All as voluntary, as unnecessary as the non-working lockdowns, where every locked-down place is the worst, and every open location is the best. We do the #Opposite, because #Logic! Or in this case, #AntiLogic.

    #76401
    Oroboros
    Participant

    Karl D’s droll piece should be added to the student loan clusterfu*k.

    Not only does taking an experimental drug when not needed lower someone’s desirability index, having $150,000 in student debt which the potential partner assumes is also quite a bummer.

    No judgement in health matters plus no judgement in financial matters.

    Hmm, they have a really cute derriere but I think I’ll pass on this one.

    Add to this plunging fertility rates in both sexes from environmental toxicity and a general dumbing down of culture in general and Idiocracy, the movie, is lookin’ right on the mark.

    #76402
    zerosum
    Participant

    Imagine the spoon, Imagine bending the spoon
    Puppets masters: Time to stop the experiments. The puppets are waking up.
    The puppets are not responding as expected, as programmed
    1. “Gone fishing” by themselves.
    2. Men and Women don’t want to share their stimulus experiences
    3. Happiness is absence of pain.
    4. Inputs of “Stimulus” requires overdoses to be effective.

    ———
    Then covid replaced the spoon/happened
    https://www.vulture.com/2019/02/what-the-matrix-predicted-about-life-in-2019.html
    FEB. 8, 2019
    19 Things The Matrix Predicted About Life in 2019 How a 1999 Keanu Reeves movie anticipated (almost) everything about the world of today.
    By Vulture Editors

    #76403
    absolute galore
    Participant

    Mr. Roboto wrote: 90It needs to be said that a lot of these people go on to have some pretty serious health-challenges, from either post-viral syndrome or damage done by persistant internal blood-clots.”

    I’ve seen anecdotal stuff in MSM “features” but no real studies at this point. In fact, as I posted yesterday, the “long Covid” fears in kids has been pretty much found to have been much ado about nothing, as per an article in the NYT. Not saying this kind of thing does not happen–it also happens with regular flus and infections–but I’m not convinced thatit is “a lot of these people” and how serious or long-lasting these reported health challenges are.

    #76404
    Michael Reid
    Participant

    I am a surgical ICU nurse.
    These masks do not work to prevent you from getting COVID.
    These masks do not work to prevent you from giving COVID to someone else.
    These masks work to turn you into an obedient slave.

    #76405
    absolute galore
    Participant

    John Day wrote: ” ​A massive cyberattack, such as that simulated at Cyber Polygon 2020, would allow faceless hackers to be blamed for economic collapse, thus absolving the real financial criminals of responsibility.”

    Yes, depressing that these people always escape blame.

    If these scenarios are true, it just seems like the next level in the Shock Doctrine playbook. Rather than wait for natural disasters like hurricanes, or terrorist attacks, or bursting bubbles, to implement new “policies,” TPTB now actually create the disasters in order to implement the behavioral changes desired by the enforced responses.

    #76406
    Germ
    Participant

    Conflicts of Interest
    Covid-19: How independent were the US and British vaccine advisory committees?

    https://www.bmj.com/content/373/bmj.n1283

    #76407
    Germ
    Participant

    “We carried out a docking study to determine if ivermectin might be able to attach to SARS-CoV-2 spike receptor-binding domain bound with ACE2. The ivermectin docking we identified may interfere with the attachment of the spike to the human cell membrane”

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32871846/

    #76408
    Michael Reid
    Participant

    The mRNA “vaccine” does not work to prevent you from getting COVID.
    The mRNA “vaccine” does not work to prevent you from giving COVID to someone else.
    The mRNA “vaccine” works to lower your life expectancy.

    #76409
    zerosum
    Participant

    “…. the behavioral changes desired by the enforced responses”

    I see Unintended consequences …. unexpected results ….. uncontrolled responses
    A reset/reboot is on the agenda.

    #76410
    Polder Dweller
    Participant

    “For months, reports have been circulating that people vaccinated against corona can spread the spike protein and transfer it to unvaccinated people. They would also become super spreaders of the virus. The reports are now confirmed by Luigi Warren, the inventor of mRNA technology.”

    Inventor of mRNA technology confirms: vaccinees become super spreaders

    Now we can explain why in every country where they started vaccinating that the number of cases quickly increased followed two weeks later by the number of deaths.

    #76411
    Dr. D
    Participant

    Super spreaders to whom? Half are vaccinated, therefore don’t get very ill. Half are healthy or natively immune.

    Are they proposing which of the two groups are dying? I don’t see anecdotal on either group dying in large. mRNA are sickly, but not dying.

    If “cases”, who cares? Cases never meant anything and don’t mean anything now. Even if 90% weren’t fake 40 cycles, we “get” coronaviruses constantly without noticing. It’s called a “cold”. (Article in Dutch) I probably already “had” it ten times by now, but when you live under a bridge, you get a lot of sunlight every day.

    #76412
    ezlxa1949
    Participant

    Another part of the great reset?

    A cyber attack is grinding Australia’s biggest meat processor to a halt and the fallout is causing disarray for farmers and the livestock trade around the country.

    This is JBS, the same company that is under cyber attack in the US. Brilliant strategy, isn’t it: allow far too many abattoirs to be owned and controlled by the one organisation, and then connect them all to the Internet so that they’re readily compromised.

    In some ways, the Internet is as much a vector of infection as anything or anyone else. Sending the entire Internet into quarantine might be a good strategy.

    #76414
    Polder Dweller
    Participant

    “(Article in Dutch)”

    Click on the American flag and you get the article in English. I thought I had posted the English version but perhaps it defaults to Dutch.

    #76415
    oxymoron
    Participant
    #76416
    Oroboros
    Participant

    Brett Weinstein interviews Dr Pierre Kory

    Epic interview, Dr Kory and his frontline group FLCCC

    Home

    Deserve the medal of honor for courage under fire.

    COVID, Ivermectin, and the Crime of the Century: DarkHorse Podcast with Pierre Kory & Bret Weinstein

    #76417
    Oroboros
    Participant

    Dr Kory and the FLCCC have a ton of nonpareil medical credentials, track records and treatment history.

    The suppression of Ivermectin is truly a crime against humanity.

    Humanity had better grow a pair before it arrives at it’s coup de grâce

    Coup Coup

    #76418
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    we “get” coronaviruses constantly without noticing. It’s called a “cold”.

    I’m pretty sure that our old friend the rhinovirus (common cold) isn’t a coronavirus.

    Not saying this kind of thing does not happen–it also happens with regular flus and infections–but I’m not convinced thatit is “a lot of these people” and how serious or long-lasting these reported health challenges are.

    Regardless of their numbers, the fact that we could be treating what’s wrong with them but we’re not because reasons, is enough to make me want to just give up on homo sapiens.

    #76419
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    Thanks for embedding the interview video, oroboros. I’ll watch it right now before the Stalinist Police take it down.

    #76420
    VietnamVet
    Participant

    I am the camp that Coronavirus Pandemic is real. So many money-making hospital beds were swamped that nation states were forced to act. Except, they could not in the West. Governments had been dismantled; democracy kaput. Industry across the board has been consolidated, deregulated (fines are the cost of business) and dysfunctional. PR (marketing) became 100% propaganda. “Safe and effective vaccines”. When profits matter more than lives (PG&E burning down Paradise CA), everyone is on the own.

    Hacks are shutting down gasoline pipelines and meat packing plants. Security costs money. With the next winter’s fourth coronavirus spike, no meat or gasoline, a Texas Freeze 2022 sequel will engulf America. Unvaccinated Russian Scapegoats will be blamed for the chaos and the disunity of the United States. Not the real cause, the global plutocracy’s divide and conquer reign.

    #76421
    TAE Summary
    Participant

    * Faerie puppeteers lure fishermen to death with promises of gold and jewels in a despair closet
    * How many people do you know that have had the virus? Prepare accordingly
    * Cyber attack could reset the global economy via a blue screen of death event; Simulate then activate; A cyber-attack has shut down meat production; A day without internet costs $50 Billion; Time to mask up and social distance your computer
    * Most people won’t get Covid; Most people who do get Covid won’t get critically ill; Most people who get critically ill from Covid won’t die; Most people who die with Covid die from something else
    * Covid came and went on its own; Covid is over if you want; Masks filter out all particles of free will larger than 5 microns
    * In Spain they lecture desnudo or better yet desnuda
    * Vaccines lower life expectancy; Vaccines may diminish fertility; The vaccinated are spreaders; Vaccination lowers your desirability; “Sorry but I don’t want your spike protein inside me”
    * Long haul fears may be much ado about nothing
    * Ivermectin blocks spike receptor binding; TPTB block ivermectin; Ivermectin suppression is a crime against humanity; “I never actually hurt anyone, I was just ordering followers”
    * I see unintended consequences everywhere; Most don’t even know they’re unintended

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