July 28, 2021 at 6:43 pm #81243
NO ONE anywhere on planet earth has isolated the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
There has not been a single sample isolated from the background stuff.
Don’t you find that curious?
The Polio virus was isolated and photographed
But no one has ever ‘seen’ or isolated SARS-CoV-2.
It’s as if it were ‘made up’.
The Emperor Has No CoronaJuly 28, 2021 at 6:48 pm #81244
– It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World; Best to plant some trees and not get involved
unfortunately, you’ll recall that the entire quest of it’s a madmadmadmad world led them to trees. palms, more precisely.
at this point i think it better to plant a few hundred hectares of nopal, bougainvillia, nettles and acacia, hunkering down in the middle.July 28, 2021 at 6:53 pm #81245July 28, 2021 at 6:59 pm #81246WESParticipant
Russians and their Ruler’s rules.
Russians know the fastest way to eliminate their Ruler’s rules is to totally corrupt the application of the rules!
They pretend to rule and we pretend to obey!July 28, 2021 at 7:01 pm #81247
The Emperor Has No Corona dovetails perfectly into what Dr David Martin was trying to tell Reiner Fuellmich.
The SARS-CoV-2 virus does not exist.
The Satan Spike Protein was conjured up from whole cloth and the design was patented years ago.July 28, 2021 at 7:17 pm #81248July 28, 2021 at 7:21 pm #81249
The “No Hunting” sign…
It applies to me. 😉
Every May I declare every morel mushroom everywhere to be mine.
Then I benevolently share them with whoever may find them.
1# ground lamb. 2 hefty Tbs pulverized dried morels. 1 tsp dried thyme (or 1Tbs fresh). Mix and form three- four burgers.
Salt, pepper to taste. Grill. Serve on crunchy bread with [homemade] garlic dill pickles.July 28, 2021 at 7:34 pm #81250
If you go here, you will see they have indeed found the virus!
I suppose I should learn how to post images.July 28, 2021 at 7:42 pm #81251D Benton SmithParticipant
Maybe the transhumanist maniacs in power throughout the entire oligarchy don’t really want what they have explicitly told us they want, publicly, for the past 20 or thirty years.July 28, 2021 at 7:43 pm #81252
“Serve on crunchy bread with [homemade] garlic dill pickles.”
Can I live with you, pls? I’ll snap beans and peel ‘maters.July 28, 2021 at 7:44 pm #81253
the spikes cause citrus greening disease as well!July 28, 2021 at 7:48 pm #81254
transhumanist spice girls who tell us what they really want:
“If you want my future forget my past.
If you wanna get with me better make it fast*.”
*or else.July 28, 2021 at 7:49 pm #81255
“If TPTB were successful they wouldn’t mess with the system; If it weren’t broke they wouldn’t be trying to fix it”
There. I need never discuss this with TAEans again. I need only paste the above brilliant axiomatic semantic equation.
I’ll add a third flavor, though. It’s popular: TPTB are demonic or merely sadistic entities bent on making life Hell. The Devil does it to us/makes us do it concept. Extraterrestrial meddlers may apply for honorary recognition.
Me, I say all of the above.July 28, 2021 at 7:52 pm #81256
Funny!July 28, 2021 at 8:00 pm #81258
Thank-you- Madamski- for the image.
Only if you clean house- I have been waiting for the curve to flatten to get around to doing it myself!July 28, 2021 at 8:03 pm #81259
“Danger, “Maths” and sadistics. Thanks Marjorie.”
Sadistics! You win the internet for today, John Day!July 28, 2021 at 8:03 pm #81260
the bogeybug is in the air
hiding creeping lurking deep
the bogeybug turns
men to masks
children to labs
reason to dust
the bogeybug waits
in their smile
in their sweat
lurking creeping dripping touching
watchingJuly 28, 2021 at 8:31 pm #81261
Last I knew, we still discussed energy around here. Reviewing recent Nord Stream 2 rapprochements between Germany and Russia, it occurs to me that Russia sells fossil fuel products not just for the money revenue this creates, but also to keep other from invading them for their oil.
Not that Russia is currently at such risk, but the dynamic I mentioned is fundamental realpolitik: first, you have to have something worth taking, then you have to guard against it being taken.
A gonzo but perhaps realpolitikally accurate notion: when Russia feels sufficiently invulnerable, it will do what China did a millennium ago: shut itself off from the world, deeming contact with outsiders pointless and degrading.
Maybe I need to check the grounding on my tinfoil hat. ; )
“When Joe lets slip the dogs of war will it be due to cyber attacks or will Joe forget he’s holding the leash and let it go as he reaches for an ice cream cone?”
I suppose it depe4nds on what the person holding Biden’s leash is up to. 😉July 28, 2021 at 9:03 pm #81262
Neither a Trump fan nor knocker, but hasn’t it been long enough we can start putting out Miss Trump Yet messages?
And there it is:
The semiotics on this one are off the chart excellent in my eye. It’s the suggestion of pirate patch that puts an already very effective piece of political sarcasm on the top tier of mesmerism by meme. The CIA is SO jealous… except that it probably funded the initial graphix. Keep ’em arguing over who’s the cooler king.
But there’s a subtle undertone of Dr. Evil that I can’t psychologically fit into the rest of the meme-scheme.
Oh… doh. Of course. It’s to keep scaring the Dem side. Wouldn’t want them to be too genuinely contrite. They might take responsibility for their cornpone ass.July 28, 2021 at 9:07 pm #81263Doc RobinsonParticipant
@ Upstate NYer
John Day: “My blog is on a Google platform.”
With Google blogs, there’s usually an option for anyone to comment as “Anonymous” which doesn’t require logging in to a Google account (like Gmail).July 28, 2021 at 9:20 pm #81264
Well one thing i’ll say. With almost 60% of the country not having had the jab after seven months, what does that say about how much they fear it which shall not be named?July 28, 2021 at 9:22 pm #81265July 28, 2021 at 9:31 pm #81266slimyalligatorParticipant
From Stat news. “The efficacy of the Covid-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech fell from 96% to 84% over six months, according to data released Wednesday, a decline that could fuel Pfizer’s case that a third dose will eventually be required.”July 28, 2021 at 9:33 pm #81268DarkMatterParticipant
Interesting article by Taibbi
Because we are going to have to take care of you on the back end.
That logic can be used to control everything: What you eat, what you drink, where you sleep, who you sleep with, etc. etc. A great leap forward in control.July 28, 2021 at 9:42 pm #81269July 28, 2021 at 9:50 pm #81270
@Mr. House: The statistics that I get from Google suggest that more like 42% of the whole US population has partaken of no “jabs”. Though I realize that not everybody trusts official statistics in this hyper-propagandized age. (Google lists its source for this particular statistic as “Our World In Data”.)
If this statistic is accurate, I expect it to stabilize, barring more intensively coercive measures, at about 40%.July 28, 2021 at 9:50 pm #81271ArchieParticipant
You, sir, are truly a cafone!July 28, 2021 at 9:58 pm #81272
The Emperor has no Corona
Here is a standing offer for a $1.8 million dollars reward for anyone who can provide an ISOLATED and PURIFIED sample of SARS-CoV02 virus
The link provided by Madamski to the CDC claiming it has an isolated and purified sample is a lie. The CDC provides Neither condition.
What a shock that they’re lying as usual.
To repeat, no one on planet earth has isolated and purified a sample of SARS-CoV-2
Isolated and purified means under an electron microscope you can see JUST SARS-CoV-2 with NO contaminates, none, and only the surface of the container it is in beneath it.
Please provide a link if you can to an Isolated and purified sample of SARS-CoV-2
You can collect a quick $1.8 dollars.July 28, 2021 at 10:07 pm #81273
Thanks for the Chris M video Mr Roboto. Confirms what we’ve been saying for quite some time. If you had zero other health issues your chance of dying was .09% eh? Now if only we could figure out what your chance of dying from the jab is. Though you can’t even argue VAERS data because the true believers will just shout you down that those are unconfirmed. Just like they have with every doubt or concern anyone has had since this began.July 28, 2021 at 10:08 pm #81274
Last i saw via the CDC it stated 48.9 percent or so were fully jabbed.July 28, 2021 at 10:13 pm #81275
Also i still don’t recall the PTB advising people to lose weight and exercise to fight covid. Reminds me of a post i made last year, masking is easy= no responsibility, exercise is hard= personal responsibility
Who want’s to bet we’ll still be dealing with this in 2022 as an excuse for mail in ballots for the midterms? 😉July 28, 2021 at 10:25 pm #81276Figmund SreudParticipant
Oh, Canada! Here we go, one of your notable greater fools in action, his latest advise on economics, real estate, money, the road ahead and a new pandemic of the unvaccinated!
… short snip: [a]new pandemic of the unvaccinated. As Covid finds a home in their bodies, it gets to mutate, spread and end up closing your neighbourhood pizzeria again. At least, that’s what keeps some investors up at night. A Fourth Wave.
… the enchilada:
F.S. – Calgary, Alberta, Canada.July 28, 2021 at 11:28 pm #81277
A classic paragraph from a comment at JMG’s “Ecosophia” blog that I feel compelled to post here:
The cracks in the Good People are beginning to gape. The Good People (TM) must have compassion for illegal immigrants, people confused about their gender, drug addicts, petty criminals, the homeless– the list goes on. But now they can openly wish for the illness and death of anti-vaxxers, COVID deniers, and people who refuse to mask (especially if they go un-masked to a Trump rally). It is really kind of sad–they are becoming so like the hate-filled Evangelicals that they despise. I shake my head at the faceplant posts of some people that I had had a great deal of respect for.
Every day I wonder, where is this all heading, and how will it culminate? I know I feel a lot more sympathy for Trump-supporters than I did a year ago at this time, even if I still think they hitched their wagon to an especially cheesy patent-medicine salesman.July 28, 2021 at 11:30 pm #81278RototillermanParticipant
Bits of this an that, since I haven’t commented in a while. For those who have been running into the “prove you’re not a robot page”: I stopped clicking on the checkbox for “keep me signed in”, and since then I have had fewer problems (though it means I often have to sign in, especially if I’ve switched devices (iPad to laptop, for instance).
Standing in the shower yesterday morning I was struck by a thought. During the citizen investigation phase of 9/11 a Californian named Paul Thompson set up a web site that was a fantastic resource for digging into the event and its timeline. It was called cooperative research dot org (I spelled it out that way because if you go to that URL now you are redirected to a site that sells legal forms), and it was an open source collaboration and information sharing platform, initially focused on 9/11 and later expanded to the Iraq war. All of the content led back to on-line news sources as documentation, with a short quote that could be expanded, and you could view things in different skeins: you could, for instance, focus on American Airlines flight 11 and see a timeline of everything that was known about that flight minute by minute, as reported by various news organizations. Paul wrote a book about 9/11, moved to New Zealand, and then the web site withered and died. I’d like to think that if he had kept it going to the present time we’d be sharing information about the pandemic, vaccines, and the Great Reset. Hell, if Julian Assange wasn’t rotting in Belmarsh I’m sure that Wikileaks would be publishing narrative-busting content today. You can bet Mr. Global wouldn’t like that.
It struck me that TAE Summary’s alternative narrative list would make a good framework for gathering and classifying information, similar to cooperative research dot org. I had already started the process of archiving data and video and fitting it into that PANDA framework of about five statements, but I was finding it too constrictive. It’s slow going, creating PDF files, documenting their source URL, naming the files logically, and filing into logical folders. I have a part-time but intense high tech job. I’ve been trying to put in a bigger effort at The Farm, aka doomstead, with its 162 blueberry plants, unbuilt greenhouse and partially completed triple-redundant water well system, even though I worry that it will all be for naught because I’m in the deep blue state of Oregon and may have to ultimately flee. Is anyone else collecting and classifying articles and videos? I’ve heard that NextCloud has amazing collaboration tools these days.
My domestic partner, who gets her news exclusively from the New York Times and works in the state health department, is firmly on the opposite side of the narrative chasm. I’m sure you can guess which one. We have an uneasy truce these days not to discuss anything related to current events. One of her med school classmates from the late 80’s was in town this past weekend, and seeing as it was World Ivermectin Day I tried throwing out the gambit about “have you heard of ivermectin? Is anyone at your hospital using it for treatment?” Predictably, I ran into the party line: the studies are too small. The studies are too inconclusive. We were at lunch with his daughter, so I refrained from pushing it too hard, maybe 30 seconds about the 60 studies and 23,000 partipants and 74% overall reduction in harm. No dice. He’s actually moved out of seeing patients and is an administrator, so I am reminded of that old aphorism, “It’s hard to get a man to see something when his salary depends on him not seeing it.”
Reflecting on it later, I wondered if there might be a different way to approach it. As others have said, sticking to the mainstream narrative is like a religion for those who have a vested interest in the narrative; that vested interest can either be financial, or perhaps not wanting to consider the slightest chance that the person has made the wrong choices about what information to evaluate or substances to allow into their bodies. Maybe one approach is to try to expose it as a religion? Suppose I had started that lunch conversation like this:
“I’d like to come at a topic in a round-about way. I have no ideas about what religion you follow, or even if you reject religion. But I’m going start by saying that I’m a true believer in the Zoroastrian religion, one of the world’s oldest religions; many features of younger religions like Christianity and the Muslim faith incorporated the Zoroastrian precepts of monotheism, judgement after death, heaven, and hell. I’d like to invite you to consider accepting Ahura-Mazda, the Wise One, as your personal spiritual guide. Would you like to hear about the Threefold Path of Good Thoughts, Good Words, and Good Deeds?”
Here I would pause, and look deeply into my guest’s eyes for a significant moment before saying, “Actually, I’m pulling your leg. But I want you to think back to a moment a few seconds ago when you were probably feeling deep discomfort at the thought that perhaps you might be drawn into a discussion where you might feel like you had to defend your religious views. I want you to recognize that involuntary reaction for my next topic, which will probably invoke a similar reaction. I’m hoping that if you can recognize the reaction, perhaps you can set it aside for just a minute or two, to hear what I think is good and important data. Are you ready?”
“There are prophylatic, early stage, and even successful late stage treatment options for Covid-19. Please set aside the dogma that you’ve probably been subjected to from hither-to trusted health authorities about this. Ivermectin works, and it’s been shoved off the table by powerful financial interests.” And then we’re off and running.July 28, 2021 at 11:35 pm #81279zerosumParticipant
My Cherry picking
Overall Summary for surveillance data up to 21 July
• Case rates are relatively stable; test positivity for public tests is ~2% provincially.
• Percent positivity ≤3% in all age groups
• Percent positivity <2% in VIHA, VCH, FH and between 3-5% in IH and NH
• New hospitalizations are low and declining or stable in each region; hospital/critical care census is
declining or stable across BC; new deaths are stable and very low.
• Most of the cases, hospitalizations and deaths over the past month were among unvaccinated
individuals. Severe outcomes are less common among fully vaccinated people (5%).
• Vaccine coverage in BC, July 20th: ~90% of 70+ and ~80% of 12+ have received their 1st dose; almost
50% of the total population has received their 2nd dose.
• The share of VOCs among all positive tests in BC is ~97% from July 11 to 17; P.1 (Gamma) ~42% and
B.1.617 (Delta) ~41% are now two dominant VOCs, followed by B.1.1.7 (Alpha) at ~18%.
• Studies consistently show that both mRNA and AstraZeneca vaccines remain highly effective against
the Delta variant, especially against severe outcomes. Vaccinated individuals tend to have milder
illness if they get infected and are also less likely to pass virus on than unvaccinated individuals.
The pandemic is overJuly 29, 2021 at 12:07 am #81281Veracious PoetParticipant
U.S. special operations airstrikes killed more than 200 people. Of those, only 35 were the intended targets. For one five-month period of the operation, according to the documents, nearly 90 percent of the people killed in airstrikes were not the intended targets. The civilian dead, usually innocent bystanders, were routinely classified as “enemies killed in action.
If President Hussein hadn’t run out of bombs & drones, the enemies KIA would have been more analogous to owners’ objectives…
Undoubtedly ignominious for the MIC that they couldn’t keep up with production demands ~ Just think of all the looting they missed out on + and the loss of opportunities for the octopi fraud st. creatures.
Oh, another vaccine causality from Dr. Fauci-stein & his mad scientists ~ Elongated red blood cells for all!July 29, 2021 at 12:09 am #81282
Thanx for caring so much about my being. I hadn’t realized how important I am until now.July 29, 2021 at 12:54 am #81284
Here’s a list of really bad news:July 29, 2021 at 1:11 am #81285Veracious PoetParticipant
Welp, since my last post was deleted, I guess my welcome here has been rescinded…
I’ll go back to skimming headlines to compile my daily reseach, so I bid you adieu!July 29, 2021 at 1:19 am #81286ezlxa1949Participant
“…mandating individual tracking devices…”, devices otherwise known as cell phones. I used the term “cell phone” a while back and was laughed at for using an obsolete word. An oldie but a goodie!
The Stasi would have loved this device. Today, rather than setting up an elaborate network of spies and snoops to inform on each other, TPTB have got the people readily informing upon themselves. So easy.
Re Assange: “Officially stateless now? Nice. What says Australia?” Many, many people in Australia are outraged by and oppose his maltreatment. But we’re not numerous enough to end Canberra’s worship of Washington. The Feds seem really frightened of China, and see our aliance with Washington as security.
Reminds me of that scene in the movie Flash Gordon where Ming the Merciless is holding court with his vassal kings. He demands of one of them, “Are you completely loyal to me?” The nervous king replies, “Yes, you know I am. Completely loyal to you.” Says Ming, “Fall on your sword.” When the king hesitates — suicide hesitancy — Ming has him cut down by a guard. I wonder how close the parallels will run.
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