July 8, 2021 at 5:09 pm #79227
It is not all about control. It is mostly about getting another fix, and how hard it is these days to get the same buzz that snorting a million dollars used to give, even by snorting a billion.
Control.Is.Work. It’s a bore and a strain. They control so little… except who gets the money. Confusing a clusterfuck drive to get high again and again and again, with the ability or desire to control, is… confusing.
If they could control, there’d be less of us and more of them. It’s almost axiomatic when you look at it. Parasites must always be a tiny minority of their respective ecology.July 8, 2021 at 5:11 pm #79228
@John Day, thank you for the post. 🙂 Plants are intelligent and adaptive, aren’t they? I’ve marveled at that for years.July 8, 2021 at 5:13 pm #79229
AND … in comes madamski for the slam dunk. 😉 Thank you.July 8, 2021 at 5:30 pm #79230
@laffin: “BTW, “crawl in a hole” is Kübler-Ross’s 4th stage (Depression). Which means you’re only one stage away from accepting that Propaganda is Real. Come on , brother! You can do it!”
No thank you.July 8, 2021 at 5:32 pm #79231island raiderParticipant
An alternative name: Parasitic Overlords?July 8, 2021 at 5:59 pm #79232
Parasitic scum suckers?July 8, 2021 at 7:03 pm #79233
Dr Charles Hoffe was so alarmed by the high rate of neurological problems in his patients who were vaccinated that he began to do the D-dimer test and found more than 60% of them have developed clots from spike proteins.July 8, 2021 at 7:56 pm #79234
Ben Swann on Biden saying he’ll send government agents door to door to make sure the unvaccinated have the “facts” about vaccine safety and know where to get vaccinated, as well as the Arizona Attorney General’s response (abt 6 min video):
Text of AZ AG’s letter:
July 8, 2021 at 8:03 pm #79235
The word “parasite” is very appropriate. Who likes a parasite? It offers no benefit, only weighs the victim down. We take ivermectin to rid ourselves of parasites.(!) Parasites usually take from victims purely for their own sake — it is in opposition to a symbiotic relationship — symbiosis is something to strive for.
We can call “the elites” …
The Parasitic Class
Parasites for short, i.e. “the parasites” instead of “the elites”July 8, 2021 at 8:05 pm #79236
TAE (and its denizens) is ivermectin to the parasitic class.July 8, 2021 at 8:10 pm #79237
Sweden, which has shunned the strict lockdowns that have choked much of the global economy, emerged from 2020 with a smaller increase in its overall mortality rate than most European countries, an analysis of official data sources showed.July 8, 2021 at 8:11 pm #79238
@ Germ — don’t have time to watch Hoffe video at the moment — are you (or anyone else here) aware of a timeframe for these clots/microclots?
A long term client and dear friend in her 80s was diagnosed with some sort of “mini-stroke” caused by blood clots 2 weeks ago. Her blood pressure was very elevated. They couldn’t do an MRI to get a good picture of her brain because of her pacemaker, and the CT scan didn’t show anything. Her Covid vaccinations were in Dec 2020 and Jan 2021, Moderna vaccine. She scoffed at me mentioning that the Covid vaccine could cause this, because her last vaccination was in January. I did a little bit of searching on timeframe for clotting problems from vaccines, but didn’t find anything conclusive beyond the first few weeks post-vaccination.July 8, 2021 at 8:13 pm #79239
Dr Reiner Fülmich interviews investigative journalist, Whitney Webb
A brilliant investigative journalist.
Well worth watching.
Hope she isn’t ‘suicided’ 🙁July 8, 2021 at 8:33 pm #79240
@phoenix: Hoffe said they form pretty much immediately, but the presence of microclots isn’t known until later when detrimental things start to happen. He mentioned one patient who was vaccinated and 5 months later can only walk about 1/4 mile before being out of breath (used to walk 2 miles easily). Talked about the damage to the lungs, heart, and brain from microclots that isn’t being diagnosed because it’s not causing acute heart attack/stroke.
(that’s my take based on a quick listen while doing other stuff … the docs here may want to weigh in).July 8, 2021 at 8:35 pm #79241
@phoenix: I like parasitic class. Has a resounding ring to it.July 8, 2021 at 8:56 pm #79242ezlxa1949Participant
“Catch up on your Greek alphabet, it’ll come in handy.”
I am morbidly curious to discover what the omega variant is like. Maybe someone could make a movie along those lines.
I’m going to dust off and re-read my copy of Laurie Garrett’s 1994 book, The Coming Plague: Newly Emerging Diseases in a World out of Balance. Blurb: “After decades spent assuming that the conquest of infectious disease was imminent, people on all continents now find themselves besieged by AIDS, drug-resistant tuberculosis, cholera that defies chlorine water treatment, and exotic viruses that can kill in a matter of hours.” And who knows what else.July 8, 2021 at 10:03 pm #79243absolute galoreParticipant
Hows about Avarus bastardis for the genus. Then you can further categorize into handy subgroups–psychopols, academia nuts, charlatiods, pilfering douches, and the all-encompassing sakoúla vromiás (lutum lapides sacculi) when the particulars are not clear.July 8, 2021 at 10:13 pm #79244
Someone said long ago that politician who believes his own rhetoric is in trouble.
The media engulfs and conditions its makers as well as its audience. It’s hard not to believe a push-poll that gives the results you want even though you know the truth is different. Mr. Tesla has been making it up so long he doesn’t know what’s real anymore. His cars suck; his rockets are only what NASA would be able to do if privatization weren’t pushed.
Except for the full-bore psychopaths among them, they wake up in the night terrified often enough.
One can not believe what one knows, and not know what one believes. Certitude is a strange beast.July 8, 2021 at 10:17 pm #79245July 8, 2021 at 10:19 pm #79246
One doesn’t always believe what one knows or know what one believes. Certitude is a strange beast.July 8, 2021 at 10:25 pm #79247
From the perspective of properly conditioned people, the only question that really counts is whether others are part of our ideological tribe or not. Either my cognitive gear set properly meshes with yours or it does not. When resources are plentiful, we collectively and individually can afford to be tolerant of deviants. When not, we are not. Guess which direction we’re headed these days.
In our current form and within the present collective reality, we are fully and properly conditioned to live in someone else’s reality. We no longer know how to create our own because our capacity to imagine, let alone perceive or manifest an alternative reality construct, is both mostly missing and actively suppressed.July 8, 2021 at 10:54 pm #79248Veracious PoetParticipant
Remember, his (Kunstler) seminal book about our modern day troubles is called “The Long Emergency.” Sure, he has managed to make some kind of living while focused on this topic–and one reason he is successful at it is because he believes it one hundred percent. Good for him that he is able to do this.
This is my gauge of whether a patriot writer is an actual <strong
The state of nature has a law of nature to govern it, which obliges every one: and reason, which is that law, teaches all mankind, who will but consult it, that being all equal and independent, no one ought to harm another in his life, health, liberty, or possessions…
Whenever the legislators endeavor to take away and destroy the property of the people, or to reduce them to slavery under arbitrary power, they put themselves into a state of war with the people, who are thereupon absolved from any further obedience. ~ John Locke 1690
- If THAT
isn’t the foundation of their discussion/argument, then they are just another part of Clown World.
I could say more about these patriots, a movement I was part of as a speaker in public venues/radio until 1996 when I noticed there were a lot of demoRATs & GOPhers, but nary an AMERICAN.
John Locke’s writings led to the Age of Reason & the American Revolution, and that portion I quoted is THE panacea that healed the Colonies & created the greatest Democratic Republic in history.
Without that as
- The Solution
all that people like Kunstler et al. are actually engaged in are chasing their tails, vane pursuits, and/or looting.
FWFSJuly 8, 2021 at 11:01 pm #79249
Zagranitsa (Russian: заграница, IPA: [zəɡrɐˈnʲit͡sə]; transl. “across the border” or “abroad”) refers to the real or imagined world beyond domestic borders and, during the late Soviet period, to an idealized, imaginary West that lay beyond the borders of the Soviet Union. The concept of zagranitsa influenced Soviet life and culture from the 1950s until the 1980s. It manifested itself in a widespread fascination with Western manufactured goods, films, music, fashion and ideas.
Alexei Yurchak, in his 2006 book Everything Was Forever, Until It Was No More: The Last Soviet Generation, describes zagranitsa as an “imaginary elsewhere” that was “simultaneously knowable and unattainable, tangible and abstract, mundane and exotic”. The idea of zagranitsa as utopia, at once an aspiration, a negation, and a reflection of the Soviet Union itself, became embedded into Soviet culture and identity.
Once travel to the United States became more accessible with Perestroika, the “imaginary West” lost its mythical connotations, resulting in disappointment and disillusionment. As Svetlana Boym writes of the 1985 hit song “The Last Letter” (also known as “Goodbye Amerika”) by Russian rock group Nautilus Pompilius, bidding farewell to America— that is, “the beloved Amerika of Soviet underground culture… the mythical West of the Russian imagination”—was as painful as bidding farewell to Soviet culture itself and the “utopian fantasy land of one’s youth”.July 8, 2021 at 11:52 pm #79250oxymoronParticipant
The Fullmich/Webb interview is exceptional and I believe in a just world the pcr test would be the way to establish guilt and motive in court. Alas I live in the jungle of time and space and life and death. Beginnings and endings.July 9, 2021 at 12:23 am #79251OroborosParticipant
From Ponerology an alternative to ‘elite’
Take one part Plutocrat, a pinch of bureaucrat, and fold in a heaping helping of aged in an oak casket psychopath.
Beat thoroughly, then beat again because you just enjoy beating something thoroughly.
Place in a buttered bundt pan.
Bake in a pre-heated oven at 666 degrees for 666 minutes, then raise the temperature to 9,999 degrees (hotter than Hell) for a New York minute.
Remove and gently place on a cooling rack.
a PathocratJuly 9, 2021 at 1:13 am #79252Mister RobotoParticipant
Well, Lefty Twitter is still wetting the bed about the Delta Scariant, of course.July 9, 2021 at 3:03 am #79253Doc RobinsonParticipant
According to OurWorldInData, for the most recent 2-week period, the delta variant accounted for 93% of all sequenced cases in the US. This is a big jump above the 48% for the previous 2 weeks.
However, the daily new confirmed cases in the US are similar to what they were in early June.July 9, 2021 at 3:07 am #79254ArchieParticipant
You are so right about the pcr test being the cornerstone of the scamdemic. They didn’t even have to “juke the stats”! The pcr test was the perfect cover for every bureaucrat, technocrat and wannabe medical pioneer, just because it supports the very fundamental point that “look, it really is a pandemic”!July 9, 2021 at 3:21 am #79255sumac.carolParticipant
Linked Article refers to earlier research showing the effectiveness of oil of oregano against corona virus.July 9, 2021 at 3:53 am #79256July 9, 2021 at 6:59 am #79257
@ absolute galore
Hows about Avarus bastardis for the genus. Then you can further categorize into handy subgroups–psychopols, academia nuts, charlatiods, pilfering douches, and the all-encompassing sakoúla vromiás (lutum lapides sacculi) when the particulars are not clear.
It sounds like long article or book could be written on this. Or a song. 😉
I know how devastating the results can be when someone with sociopathic tendencies controls the narrative. My ex fits the profile of NPD. He hired an attorney with sociopathic tendencies. His attorney slandered me — with no evidence — to the Commissioner (handles child support)…so much that the Commissioner ignored my ex’s perjury, and set our incomes as nearly equal (despite evidence my ex made 3 times what I did.). Meanwhile, behind my back he and his gf talked trash about me to the kids’ behavioral health support staff. I was sidelined in meetings, with no idea what was going on.for months. I got this straightened out with the behavioral health staff, but my ex used the notes of the staff discussing the lies told them by my ex&gf to land a petition to remove custody of my kids from me. I was embroiled in a court mess for the next 2.25 years, and racked up an insane amount of debt…all because my ex and his attorney managed to control the narrative.
The narrative is very important.
@ upstateNYer – thx for info @ clotting info from Hoffa
My friend was vaccinated as soon as it was available…she had been getting twice weekly Covid PCR tests for months just so she could see her husband in the nursing home twice a week for 15 minutes. Once she was vaccinated she could see him daily for 30 minutes. (It makes me so angry…all they needed to do was prophylaxis with HCQ or ivermectin…. Grrr..)
Glad my parents decided not to get jabbed for a cruise.
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