Debt Rattle January 10 2022
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January 10, 2022 at 6:38 pm #97605January 10, 2022 at 6:38 pm #97606
The Medical Industrial MedusaJanuary 10, 2022 at 6:56 pm #97607D Benton SmithParticipant
The solution to everything is as simple as it is dangerous : flood the world with truth.January 10, 2022 at 7:47 pm #97608
shoot, oro, now i’m stoned ;+)January 10, 2022 at 8:17 pm #97609Figmund SreudParticipant
If 1 in 10 Fully-Vaxxed Don’t Take Boosters, Will Unconstitutional Mandates Eventually Fall?
If 1 in 10 fully vaccinated people in Canada–of which there are 29,524,726 people–fail to take the succession of boosters now slated for them, Canada’s 81% uptake of all eligible 5+ citizens will drop precipitously to about 50% by shot #6 (not including vaccinations slated for 0-4-year-olds.)”
If 1 in 10 Fully-Vaxxed Don’t Take Boosters, Will Unconstitutional Mandates Eventually Fall?
Note: I, for one, know more than a dozen folks, who are fully vaxxed – currently – but are claiming will not be getting the next jab. Period. Mind you, … those who still fight my position regarding vaccination, outnumber this dozen by factor of about three (3).
F.S.January 10, 2022 at 8:19 pm #97610boscohorowitzParticipant
“We may never get our “I told you so” moment and I am OK with that if it means the madness stops.”
I don’t expect anyone will get such, and if so, only fleetingly between all the more outrageous slings and arrows of outrageous yet to come.
For all that it has overall been a net loss, a mad wastage, the past 500 years have produced wonders. Within Wonders. A now dead woman still plays the music of a long dead dead man originally recorded on a now dead medium (78rpm shellac audio record disc/soo ink on lined paper via goose quill):
B&W comedy Shakespeare:January 10, 2022 at 8:21 pm #97611my parents said knowParticipant
“Canadada”, and Australiadada, Austriadada, etc.
I don’t know if it was a typo, but how apt, TDK!
But I see it’s because your “stoned”! You’re on a roll today. 😉January 10, 2022 at 8:23 pm #97612boscohorowitzParticipant
Russia Observer finally weighs on on Putin/covid:
A THOUGHT. I have long been puzzled why Putin has evidently fallen for the COVID hoax (yes, Virginia, there’s a disease there but it’s not very deadly and mostly kills people with one foot in the grave. I’m just a simpleton who looks at the data: check out Canada’s official data on ages of deceased.) I think that Waggaman is on to something here: Putin may be, as Atlas might put it, being “Trumped”.January 10, 2022 at 8:35 pm #97614Figmund SreudParticipant
FWIW, … Russian side of Russia/U.S. strategic talks in Geneva.
Note: … start this vid at about 15:20 time point.
… and as to US side view, just watch the news in your local.
F.S.January 10, 2022 at 8:46 pm #97616
So omicron does not appear to be the next logical leap from delta. This is picking steam just as Malone’s mRNA inventor bubble is being popped.
This was interesting (Dr. Lynn Fynn timeline image)
https://mobile.twitter.com/julieanngirly/status/1480479500890779650January 10, 2022 at 8:51 pm #97619
The image implies Omicron’s origin projects back to 2016. Thoughts run wild as to what this means / foreshadows.
I get it, the author of the following substack is an ex-con, but interesting nonetheless. There is further intrigue / interplay between Deigen, DRASTIC and this dudes.
[..] As far back as 2015, Chinese labs were reported to have been involved with dual-use gain-of-function research, mixing and matching viral genomes in the lab, research that accelerated after the Chinese military made a massive push to expand their biotechnological capabilities.
[..] The successful end results of Baric’s aforementioned bat coronavirus bio-engineering research at UNC that was critiqued for being too risky in 2015, was published the following year and described the successful bio-engineering of a highly-virulent coronavirus derived from bats which was achieved by tinkering with its spike-protein genes. In this paper, researcher #8 is listed as one “Zheng-li Shi” who’s listed as being attached to the “Key Laboratory of Special Pathogens and Biosafety, Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan, China.”January 10, 2022 at 9:04 pm #97625
Having trouble linking to substack
Harvard to the Bighouse
Logistical and Technical Exploration into the Origins of the Wuhan Strain of Coronavirus (COVID-19)January 10, 2022 at 10:00 pm #97626
not a typo. this place has gone wacko.January 10, 2022 at 10:14 pm #97627
Well now we know why the CDC reduced the quarantine isolation period from 10 days down to 5 days.
Today Walmart and Amazon have reduced their paid leave to just 5 days max.
Obviously we can’t have the lowest of the low serfs giving themselves 10 day paid vacations, now can we?
This would disrupt the supply chain’s profits!January 10, 2022 at 10:16 pm #97628
Who has gone wacko? Us or them?January 10, 2022 at 10:29 pm #97629
I was under the impression Scotus would deliver their verdict supporting the vaccine mandate today.
Obviously I was mis-informed!
Courts only deliver immediate verdicts to deport tennis players!January 10, 2022 at 10:41 pm #97630ctbarnumParticipant
Which makes Covid a bad flu season.
CDC has published 5% died FROM covid buried DEEP in their website.
She doesn’t want to quote it since it’s about 42,000.
NOT 836,000. https://t.co/iueXefme4z pic.twitter.com/TByqnahOld
— Betty Wolf (@Betty_Wolf) January 9, 2022January 10, 2022 at 10:57 pm #97631
Essay, stories and picture of veggies we picked before the freeze
All humans experience many constraints upon their possible actions, but there are a few humans who have broad agency to carry out projects which affect all of life on earth, and every human, as well as those not yet born. Vast human projects are managed through vast human organizations, structured to translate a purposeful command into reality. Yes, bureaucracies. As bureaucracies age, particularly after the founder of the bureaucracy dies, they become less able to carry out any function beyond self-preservation. You must have noticed this. It’s true for government, quasi-governmental and corporate bureaucracies.
You may have been able to get something done in a bureaucracy through the help of a friend within the organization, directing your need to somebody with an ability to service it. That is a lot rarer than it used to be, in my personal experience, but it would not be rare if I were Bill Gates.
Billionaires today are the people who command vast, successful bureaucracies, usually private or corporate, with minimal supervision, so that they can carry out projects without hindrances and delays. They can commit to timetables and often keep those commitments. Governments make contracts with these functional bureaucracies when they need things done. These bureaucracies also have “helpers” in most government agencies, who are able to fast-track parts of these projects quietly. The functional bureaucracies have ways to help these “helpers”, maybe hiring them when they finish government service, or sharing stock-tips.
The first article, by Professor Anthony Hall, an investigative journalist, whose academic career focuses on colonialist exploitation of indigenous peoples, looks at the cooperative enterprise by billionaires to save our planet through reducing human population and reducing the use of limited resources by that population, without losing the efficiencies of their own organizations in the process. Of course they need to maintain organizational integrity and function first and foremost, or nothing they plan will actually get done. Maintaining organizational efficacy is their forte, why they are at the pinnacle of command in this world.
You or I might take exception with their methods. In fact I do take exception. Still, vast bureaucracies only function by reducing many wills and preferences to one will alone, and carrying it out without failure or deviation. No interference or debate can be tolerated or the organization will not be functional and will lose in competitions against functional organizations. All individual initiative must be completely subordinated, eliminated or crushed for the will of the commander to be actualized.
This takes a tremendous amount of energy to support, because there has to be tight control of each step of a process, coordination of those steps across time and space, and tight control of the final output, also. Vast bureaucracies require vast inputs of energy, raw materials, infrastructure, machinery and communication networks. This has really only become possible at a global scale, and in real time, very recently. One of the threats to society which billionaires can readily see is that the functional bureaucracies can cease to function if critical links are lost, like the internet, or payrolls, or supply of microchips. They are directly threatened as the world goes into more uncertain times. They need ways to lock in their flow of energy, raw and finished materials, and the loyalty of their employees and agents. They need to counter existential threats before those threats can emerge.
These contingency plans seem to be worked out, and they are not going to allow us to interfere.
We might interfere, anyway. I’m trying to interfere by writing this. I do not consent to be governed.
I think that the more typical human way to solve problems is by many smaller groups of humans to do whatever they can to cope and accommodate to changing situations. Some solutions might be transferrable. Billionaires and their bureaucracies cannot look at this mode of problem solving, because it eliminates them and eliminates their agency to accomplish tasks.
Professor Hall: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Covid Pandemic: A “Truth Bomb” Explodes to Illuminate the War on Humanity
For almost two years we have been experiencing the onslaughts of a brand new form of warring aggression. For all but a tiny percentage of the global population, we have become the targeted enemy. The we that is being attacked extends to most of the global population.
We are being culled in preparation for a new political economy characterized by an A.I. master-slave relation along with massive robotization. It is becoming increasingly clear that the transition to this scheme –which de facto implies depopulation– kicked into gear with the brutal economic and health impacts of the lockdowns and then with the deaths and injuries from the COVID injections.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Covid Pandemic: A “Truth Bomb” Explodes to Illuminate the War on HumanityJanuary 10, 2022 at 11:07 pm #97635
The damage to the female reproductive system, seen in all age groups in the VAERS is highlighted here:
…There are currently 43,350 women who have filed reports to VAERS for female reproductive issues in the context of the COVID-19 injectable products...
24% of the reports were made immediately and 39% were made within the first 24 hours...
The reason for the excessive proportion of events reported in 0-5 year olds comes about due to the small denominator – ‘only’ 11,791 babies aged 0-5 have been injected so far in the States. Of the 10 babies aged 0-5 in VAERS, 9 are in the Foreign data set (aka: the hiding place) and [warning – do not read this if you are prone to puking] a 5-month and a 6-month old baby succumbed to ‘Vaginal haemorrhage’. The 5-month old is referred to as having ‘Menstruation irregular’. Why in the holy hell is the concept of menses being used in a 5-month-old infant? I read the SYMPTOM_TEXT column and confirmed this to be the case.
Out of these 10 babies, only 3 recovered. That means that 7 died. Only 1 is reported as having died in the “DIED” column indicated by a “Y” entry. Half of them succumbed immediately (VD-OD = 0 → 3 of these did not recover), 1 within 24 hours, 1 within 7 days (this is the one listed as having died), 1 within 22 days and 2 unknown.January 10, 2022 at 11:11 pm #97638
I just can’t get any form of the link to that excerpt to post. Please look at the blog for it. It was posted here yesterday in a comment.January 10, 2022 at 11:17 pm #97642
I can’t get the links to post today, so check the blog.
I’ll enter the excerpts:
Tessa (fights robots) Forced Hospitalization of Dr. Mel Bruchet A retired Canadian doctor was locked up for 25 days.
Earlier, from Jessica Rose: “Dr. Mel Bruchet is a retired Canadian physician who has recently spoken out about the above background reported still births occurring at Lions Gate Hospital in British Columbia, Canada. Dr. Daniel Nagase has also been speaking out on the subject of above background reporting of miscarriages in Canadian women.
A few days later, it has been reported that Dr. Bruchet has been taken against his will and had a psych diagnosis assigned to him so that he can be ‘medicated’. Dr. Nagase has become a very prominent voice for the females suffering these losses and for the unborn children they will never get to raise…”
CDC Not Investigating Myocarditis Death of 13-Year-Old Days After Pfizer Shot, Emails Reveal
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is leaving it to state health departments to investigate deaths reported following COVID vaccines, including the June 2021 death of 13-year-old Jacob Clynick who died of myocarditis three days after his second Pfizer shot.
The numbers killed by these vaccines is much worse than what we thought, already.
Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, Dr. Mike Yeadon
But it’s what they’ve just discovered that’s much worse.
We knew of blood clots from expressing spike protein.
We were aware of autoimmune attacks on ones own tissues expressing spike protein to which our killer lymphocytes were primed, such as myocarditis.
But what’s new is the revelation that lymph node cells are also being invaded by the gene-based agents and marking THEM for auto destruction.
When you destroy that part of the immune system, which we loosely call “immune surveillance”, every manner of nasty, latent infections, by viruses & also bacteria, explode, uncontrolled.
Hundreds of millions of people are going to die of unrestrained tuberculosis, Epstein Barr virus, toxoplasmosis etc etc etc
AND on top of this, the daily accidental production of cancer cells, normally deleted swiftly by immune surveillance, before they can divide, ceases.
Guess what happens next?January 10, 2022 at 11:18 pm #97643
Russia and China are holding some cards that Washington will not want us to see…
The Russia-U.S. Talks In Geneva Are Likely To Fail Moon of Alabama
Like Scott Ritter I am deeply skeptical that today’s talks between the U.S. and Russia in Geneva will have any results:
If ever a critical diplomatic negotiation was doomed to fail from the start, the discussions between the U.S. and Russia over Ukraine and Russian security guarantees is it.
The two sides can’t even agree on an agenda.
From the Russian perspective, the situation is clear: “The Russian side came here [to Geneva] with a clear position that contains a number of elements that, to my mind, are understandable and have been so clearly formulated—including at a high level—that deviating from our approaches simply is not possible,” Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told the press after a pre-meeting dinner on Sunday hosted by U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman, who is leading the U.S. delegation.
All the U.S. has been willing to do, it seems, is to remind Russia of so-called “serious consequences” should Russia invade Ukraine, something the U.S. and NATO fear is imminent, given the scope and scale of recent Russian military exercises in the region involving tens of thousands of troops. This threat was made by Biden to Putin on several occasions, including a phone call initiated by Putin last week to help frame the upcoming talks.
Coming soon? Wait for it… Maybe even prepare for it..
Temporary Empty Shelves Are Not a Supply Chain Crisis, It is Important to Understand the Difference
Initial food instability signs in the supply chain. Things to look for:
(1) A shortage of processed potatoes (frozen specifically).
And/Or a shortage of the ancillary products that are derivates of, or normally include, potatoes.
(2) A larger than usual footprint of turkey in the supermarket (last line of protein).
(3) A noticeable increase in the price of citrus products.
(4) A sparse distribution of foodstuffs that rely on flavorings.
(5) The absence of non-seasonal products.
(6) Little to no price difference on the organic comparable (diff supply chain)
(7) Unusual country of origin for fresh product type.
(8) Absence of large container products
(9) Shortage of any ordinary but specific grain derivative item (ex. wheat crackers)
(10) Big brand shortage.
(11) Shortage of wet pet foods
(12) Shortage of complex blended products with multiple ingredients (soups etc)
(13) A consistent shortage of milk products and/or ancillaries.
These notes above are all precursors that show significant stress in the supply chain. Once these issues are consistently visible, we are going to descend into food instability very quickly, sector by sector, category by category. https://theconservativetreehouse.com/blog/2022/01/09/temporary-empty-shelves-are-not-a-supply-chain-crisis-it-is-important-to-understand-the-difference/January 10, 2022 at 11:19 pm #97644
It’s just the COVID and vaccine links that won’t post (CENSORED)January 10, 2022 at 11:21 pm #97645my parents said knowParticipant
WES- I’m Pretty sure TDK means Canadada.
Dada: an art movement that honored the nonsensical and silly. “Dada”- like the babbling of a baby.January 10, 2022 at 11:29 pm #97646
Guess I got snookered by https://theconservativetreehouse.com, shame on them. They are now on my do-not-trust list, that was some seriously proglodyte level yellow journalism ~ Shame on them!
Anyways, the Lactoferrin + Diphenhydramine protocol is some great news 😉
Just be aware that Diphenhydramine (1st gen antihistamine, 2nd gen is better for regular use) is not safe to take long-term, I only keep it around for insect bites, though I haven’t used it in at least 15 years…
Some long-term side effects that Benadryl may cause include:
– memory problems.
– dependence or withdrawal symptoms, such as psychosis, when you stop taking Benadryl.
GaryJanuary 11, 2022 at 12:51 am #97647
wes: canadada has gone wacko.
john day: https://jessicar.substack.com/p/the-female-reproductive-issues-in
and this “gem”: https://twitter.com/TyCardon/status/1480640777281839106?s=20
“Pfizer CEO: “Two doses of the vaccine offers very limited protection, if any. 3 doses with a booster offer reasonable protection against hospitalization and deaths. Less protection against infection.”January 11, 2022 at 12:51 am #97648
My parents said know:
Thanks! Since I live in Canadada, I can confirm TDK’s diagnosis!
Just read Trudeau has plans to introduce mandatory vaccinations along with $20,000 Cdn fines for the unvaxxed!January 11, 2022 at 1:15 am #97649
Another Blue State Announces Plans For ‘Strike Force’ To ‘Involuntarily Detain’ Unvaccinated
Anecdotal: My wife quit her telework job for a MAJOR cruise line, after 5 years, because:
1> The corps sent out an employee memo demanding vax status by last week of JAN.
2> Refunds are no longer made & the time limit to use cancelled cruises for future credit has been DRASTICALLY reduced.
3> There are now 48 separate rules involving cancelling voyages, creating a Catch 22 nightmare for all involved.
4> No one is calling to book voyages (no bonuses), in fact 99% of the calls she’s fielded for over a month have been to cancel/rebook, with customers becoming irate & verbal abusive, some too the extreme (She’s in sales to boot, not customer service).
5> Management has become toxically capricious, transforming a job that was once pleasant into a torturously stressful daily gauntlet.
But the invasion of her medical privacy was the last straw & she’s far from alone in that position…
They begged her to stay, but she is done.
GaryJanuary 11, 2022 at 1:33 am #97650
Washington state is intensifying the pressure on the unvaxxed just like what Trudeau is doing in Canada.
It is an evil world wide power and control grab.
I have read the same for travel agents too. All they are doing is trying to re-book or issue refunds. In effect they are working for free. Aĺl of this is by deliberate political design.January 11, 2022 at 1:42 am #97651HerrWernerParticipant
@john-day are those first few paragraphs your own? “All humans experience…” That was brilliant, it made some connections about bureaucracies I’ve been trying to piece together for some time. I had not thought of the corporations in terms of private bureaucracies that are optimized for the purpose(s) of the leader.
Charles Hugh Smith, the ArchDruid, and Kunstler have all laid out the course and fate of large entities under declining resources. But I think your analysis explains their sudden urgency in the last few years (and especially how the covid response was directed toward this end) It is a gathering of forces by the top leadership, a consolidation of power to grab as much *real* wealth and power as possible while it IS still possible. Because they are fragile/vulnerable in a declining resource/worker-bee/energy base. The merging of global corporations with the state (google, AWS, various banks, and now Pfizer are practically inseparable from the state)January 11, 2022 at 1:43 am #97652
Who does this jerk work for again?
Pope calls on people to get vaccinated against coronavirus, says health care a ‘moral obligation’
https://ktla.com/news/nationworld/pope-calls-on-people-to-get-vaccinated-against-coronavirus-says-health-care-a-moral-obligation/January 11, 2022 at 2:20 am #97653
Does anybody know if the US gov has cracked down on importing IVM from India? I seem to remember something about that here. My needs are met, but someone is asking me. Any info appreciated.January 11, 2022 at 2:22 am #97654
If health care is a moral obligation the last thing you want to do is get jabbed.January 11, 2022 at 2:22 am #97655
Herr Werner: Thank you for getting it.
I have been deeply troubled and spent much time meditating on this , seeking guidance, in the past few days. Samo Burja’s work “The Great Founder Theory”, helps me understand the purpose of a bureaucracy.January 11, 2022 at 2:24 am #97656
2 friends of mine have recently had ivermectin orders from India interdicted by customs.January 11, 2022 at 2:30 am #97658DarkMatterParticipant
January 11, 2022 at 2:34 am #97659
john day wrote: Hundreds of millions of people are going to die of unrestrained tuberculosis, Epstein Barr virus, toxoplasmosis etc etc etc
AND on top of this, the daily accidental production of cancer cells, normally deleted swiftly by immune surveillance, before they can divide, ceases.
Guess what happens next?
Where are you getting this information? Where is the evidence? While I believe the vaccines are definitely responsible for more harm than good, you are bringing it into a new stratosphere giving voice to claims like this. I assume you are confident of your sources? Because frankly, it sounds farfetched to me without further information.
I’m not an anti vaxxer. I am anti this mRNA therapy. Although not harmless, I don’t expect it will cause hundreds of millions of deaths. My biggest concern is the way it is being forced on populations, and how weak the objections have been to this point. I think giving life to exaggerated claims can do great harm to the fight against mandated vaccinations.January 11, 2022 at 2:36 am #97660
Thanks John, that is a bummer. So they simply do not allow it into the country any longer via private mail?January 11, 2022 at 3:13 am #97661
The links will not post on TAE. Please see my blog for them, as I stated.January 11, 2022 at 3:34 am #97662
Neat thread on antigenic turn over of Covid and Flu.
Adam Kucharski (@AdamJKucharski) Tweeted:
But so far we haven’t seen this pattern for SARS-CoV-2… Omicron didn’t emerge from the Delta lineage and Delta didn’t emerge from the Alpha, Beta or Gamma lineages (below from https://t.co/kpaD8rpP2f) 6/ https://t.co/RhtftBD8IZ
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