April 22, 2022 at 7:08 pm #106617John DayParticipant
This site could put descriptions next to the links. I suspect there is MORE evidence than this.
The Spike protein in the vaccines is toxic
Summarizing all the known science demonstrating that the Spike protein as used in the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines is toxic. https://demandthetruth.substack.com/p/the-spike-protein-in-the-vaccines?s=r
Repurposed antivirals ASAP are good… Supporters of that approach are good. Telling the COVID Good Guys from the Bad Guys https://justusrhope.substack.com/p/telling-the-covid-good-guys-from?s=rApril 22, 2022 at 7:15 pm #106618
I started getting the login at Strategic Culture I think on Tuesday. On Wednesday, I was able to log in using regru/regru as sign in and password. That was still working last night but there were no new postings past the article by Martin Jay. As of this morning, this no longer works either and am unable to connect to the server at all.April 22, 2022 at 7:42 pm #106619Susan CParticipant
to Archie comment 106618
So far today I haven’t been able to see that login message either – the site request simply times out. I’ll keep trying every so often.
Thanks for responding to my question.April 22, 2022 at 7:49 pm #106620Mr. HouseParticipant
Stole this response from the Archdruid:
“The British Empire’s standard gimmick for keeping control over its colonial possessions was to maximize ethnic quarrels within each colony. If necessary — as in Northern Ireland and Palestine — they would encourage immigration from some other country that had a different ethnicity and religion, and then play games setting the immigrants against the indigenous people, so that both of them were too busy fighting each other to recognize that they had much more in common with each other than either one had with the English. Elsewhere, as in India, they simply played the same games to pit different ethnic and religious groups against one another. That’s why British colonies reliably blew up when Britain walked away from them — all those years of egging on internal rivalries blew up as soon as the British left. ”
What does that remind people here of? Our .gov wouldn’t do that, would they?April 22, 2022 at 8:49 pm #106621AntidoteParticipant
hahahahaha! You funny man! I agree 100%April 22, 2022 at 9:48 pm #106622GermParticipant
Captured British mercenary spills the beans on what the UKR Nazis are doing to their prisoners and more…
Watch before removed:April 22, 2022 at 10:32 pm #106623
What does that remind people here of?
It immediately brought to mind how when Ottoman rule in Mesopotamia faced a united Shiite & Sunni rebellion, they withdrew Ottoman representation in Baghdad, waited for Shiite & Sunni peoples to turn on & decimate each other, then rolled back in to mop up the mess & resume control of the region, with negligible effort…
I’m still amazed by how many don’t understand how the rich & powerful employ successful lessons from history (which in the information age is no doubt programmed into algorithms), to great effect over & over & OVER again.
Alex, I’ll take psyops & propaganda for $1 trillion please❗April 22, 2022 at 10:58 pm #106624
Another long lost tidbit of history (subjected to massive disinfo campaigns, to this day):
The British felt they needed to use gas again almost before the ink was dry on the Treaty of Versailles. It is a little-known fact that Western governments briefly waged war against the Bolsheviks in the civil war that followed the Russian Revolution. Throughout the summer of 1919, the British deployed adamsite, sometimes called DM, against villages held by Red forces.
Nobody knows how many Russians died from these attacks, but DM was known to cause extreme vomiting spells and hemorrhaging even among survivors who got low doses. Damp weather got in the way of effective use, however, and by September the British just up and dumped 20,000 gas canisters into the White Sea, where they remain to this day.
Churchill was a big proponent of using gas against rebellious Indians and other minorities in the Empire. At his urging, the British eventually deployed gas against Kurds in northern Iraq. According to wing commander Arthur Harris, who would go on to manage the air war against Germany in WWII: “The Arab and Kurd now know what real bombing means in casualties and damage. Within 45 minutes, a full-size village can be practically wiped out and a third of its inhabitants killed or injured.”
Thousands of sorties were flown, and nobody knows how many civilians died when their villages were destroyed.April 22, 2022 at 11:28 pm #106625
The interview of Aiden Aslin is totally devastating, if you believe it, but the interviewer was totally obnoxious in his irrational “leading the witness” technique, which has the clear taint of gallows fear & loathing 🙄April 22, 2022 at 11:39 pm #106626
um CNN we don’t need to speak about them (about propaganda)because that’s obvious
If Aiden had been allowed to speak at his own cue, without reacting to the virtue signalling MC, from his personal experience & opinions on the situation, it would have become prima facie evidence against the “West”.
I sorta want to feel symphony for him, but it’s really hard to do, but I do believe Aiden could have been utterly redeemed if the interviewer hadn’t been a complete moron…
I’m so, so very disgusted by jerk-o-lists across the board.
The death & suffering of the innocent children & animals weighs heavily on my spirit 😕
Pray for them,
GaryApril 23, 2022 at 12:18 am #106627
Kunstler noticed the curse of the junior high school mean girls phenomena…
Your “trusted news sources” in our corner of the world will not tell you this, but the mythologized golem of the West’s collective sick mind, The Putin, mounted Operation Z in Ukraine at our country’s foolish behest. It was a twisted variation of the old head-trip Let’s You and Him Fight — described so well in psychologist Eric Berne’s classic book Games People Play. It’s a game instigated generally by women.
Mainly we hate the Russian president for doing what he said he would do, acting like a man, literally having to set boundaries for the unruly children, like Daddy used to do. America hates daddies. To America, all daddies are monsters (rapists!). That’s why America wants to turn all daddies into mommies. Anyway, we barely remember what daddies used to do. The context for daddies — the family — has been obliterated in America by every agency and institution in the land.
Mr. Putin acts like a man, especially having to do a dirty job that needs doing, without complaint. America can’t stand that.
America is a drama queen, like the Queen Bee in one of those Real Housewives shows on cable TV, whose entire purpose in life is creating colorful conflicts within her circle of sisters. Daddy is not needed around that house, except offstage maybe as the wide-receiver for a multi-million-dollar paycheck courtesy of the NFL (a rival entertainment). When one of America’s drama queen stunts goes wrong, the Queen Bee melts into a puddle of tears — boo hoo — tripping the empathy toggle.The sisters cluster around her, beating their wings. Somebody, please, help her feel better… fetch her a glass of pinot grigio or a Xanax!
Drama Queen Bee America does not like how the Ukraine drama is playing out. The mean old Daddy Putin is rocking the joint, cleaning out the place like Gary Cooper in some Long Branch Saloon of the Eurasian steppe — heaving all those Azov Nazis through the swinging doors out into the dusty street. The other sisters in the NATO circle were induced to acting as cheerleaders for the Azov boys, and now Mr. Putin has gone and turned off Europe’s gas. Western Civ is about to be sent to bed without dinner — the ultimate daddy trick. Now the sisters are all going boo hoo. Nothing is working for the sisterhood.April 23, 2022 at 1:13 am #106628aspnazParticipant
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Thank you V Arnold. There are many wonderful journalists at that website. I’m very happy that it is back.April 23, 2022 at 3:45 am #106631
There is no easily discernible difference between Russians and Ukrainians: same culture, language, religion and history. As a state, the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic is a failed state; as a territory, it is part of Russia. Therefore, an all-out attack on the Ukraine would be essentially an attack on Russia itself. Apparently, Roberts feels that Russians should kill millions of other Russians in order to impress the West. That’s really cute, you know, in a genocidally maniacal sort of way, but completely impossible.
Read the whole thing. Does Paul Craig Roberts like Genocide?April 23, 2022 at 4:34 am #106632WESParticipant
Now that the neo-nazis in Mariupol have been put in a covid lockdown per Dr. Fauci’s never ending isolation protocol, most of the freed covid enforcers are now moving up into the south Donbas region. This cauldron is slowly but surely grinding the Ukrainians down. Each day the Ukrainians are losing about 300 men or about 2,000 men per week. This grinding process is going on 24/7, day and night. Progress is slow because the Russians want to keep the Donbas region, so they try to minimize war damage. Each day sees a steady trickle of Ukrainians surrendering.
The Russians have captured intact the Ukrainian’s biggest ammunition depot near Krakow. This is a 200 hex-acre site with incredible amounts of stuff including Nato munitions.
Meanwhile back in Mariupol, the battle continues, day and night, against any above ground neo-nazis sighted in the steel plant. The neo-nazis no longer seem to have any more tall apartment buildings, with a good view, to fight from, as they did earlier. It appears a large part of the previously stored food was destroyed by the Russians in a bombing raid, so the neo-nazis may not have as much food (6 months) as some thought. Likely no drones either. I wonder how many of the trapped are willing to risk surface duty, just to see the sun?
If this is phase 2, nothing very exciting is happening. Just lots of small local actions taking place but in a way that make the Ukrainians pay the price, not the Russians.April 23, 2022 at 6:29 am #106633D Benton SmithParticipant
@DBS “I keep getting this spooky and unsettling premonition that history is about to rhyme again.”
@MrRoboto “That’s pretty cryptic. Do you care to elaborate at all?”
@MrHouse “Rhyme with what?”
I’ve been working the history “books” (via the interwebs and obscure academic papers, largely) in a nigh-on-to-obsessive effort for the past few years to rid myself of the aforementioned creepy feeling that this “crisis de jour” we’re all in ain’t our first rodeo, and that “something” of great importance and familiarity is playing out once again. It’s not a hard fact (although there are countless heaps of “facts” surrounding the topic) , and I’m hardly the first OCD lunatic to go searching for it.
But I can tell you with complete confidence which sandbox you’ll wind up in if you go looking for it yourself. And this holds true no matter where you start or the specific field of knowledge from which you launch the expedition (or use to proceed and navigate) . It could be history, physics, biology, genetics, archeological anthropology, philosophy, military science, comparative religions, linguistics, you name it. They all converge in the same dimly lit land of mysteries hidden in plain sight.
Your pursuit will end up in or within a stone’s throw of Ukraine and the Caucasus Mountains. There you will encounter the biggest Empire you’ve never heard of (Khazar) , and you’ll be left wondering how the fuck is it that the Yamnaya peoples (from whom the Khazars rose) remain so bloody mysterious when we know practically everything they’ve been up to, in detail, for the past 8000 years as a matter of record. (Hint: proactive censorship and deliberate obfuscation are prime suspects.)
Oh, and along the way down that warren of rabbit holes expect to encounter practically every truly momentous event in human history, because they all connect DIRECTLY to the elusively prominent Yamnaya. Take you, for example. If you like to drink milk, ride horses, roll on wheels, work for a boss, belong to an organized religion or group, establish & abide by clear rules, or prefer blondes . . . then you have the Yamnaya to thank for it.
It’s simply impossible for so much “convergence” of causal-effect historical sequence in ONE place to be mere coincidence. World Wars 1 & 2, the Plague, Genghis Kahn, Judeo-Christian tradition, the Bronze Age ( AND the Bronze Age Collapse) your genomic profile, Azov this and Azov that, England’s obsession with Russia, the life and times of the Roman Empire . . . and much much much much more. You name it, and if you trace it backward trough history you will find that trail of investigation to be heavily enmeshed in the Yamnaya enigma.
So, it doesn’t take Nostradamic inclinations to start feeling sort of “premonitiony” when big events start closing in on that particular geographically located part of the world, home to the Ukrainian Nazi legacy of the Khazarian Empire, and the psychotically domineering and indescribably VIOLENT history of their Yamnaya forefathers. . . ancestors to roughly a third of Earth’s current population.
Sure wish I could spell it all out, but so far I can’t (quite yet). Like I said, it’s a spooky and unsettling premonition.
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