June 8, 2023 at 9:32 am #136448Raúl Ilargi MeijerKeymaster
Piet Mondriaan Still Life with Gingerpot I 1911/12 • NATO States May Send Troops To Ukraine – Ex-Chief (RT) • Russia Seeks To Replace ‘Nazi Reg
[See the full post at: Debt Rattle June 8 2023]June 8, 2023 at 11:20 am #136449Dr. DParticipant
Gingerpot. Is that a description of girlfriends I don’t know about?
“The propaganda is so intense that the absolutely crazy efforts to demonize Roger Waters as a Nazi now seem like a normal everyday event.”
Yes. And they still won’t snap out of it. I guess we know what I would do if “if happens here”. Apparently I did resist and was immune but everyone else, friends, family, etc, would march me to the camps.
And video, note again how these weirdo cult, satanists, basically, instantly attempt to hide behind the Jews to protect themselves, throwing the Jews into the hopper whenever they can, or even before they have to.
““I think the Poles would seriously consider going in and assemble a coalition of the willing if Ukraine doesn’t get anything in Vilnius.”
Schrodinger’s war: they already have. You mean the ones they have, or the MORE ones they have? And U.S. troops, the ones we have and are already there, with equipment, intel, satellites, warships? Or the MORE ones we have in F16s?
They attack Russia? You mean the ones who used American equipment? Trained in Poland, back-supported by Poland, or the OTHER NATO soldiers? Because, of course, NATOs not involved, although sending men, material, intel, and $200B dollars.
“Rasmussen argued that foreign troop deployments would be legal under international law if requested by Kiev.”
Nice. It would probably be LEGAL, however it would make you a LEGAL party to the war.
““..Lukashenko stated that Minsk and Moscow’s “only mistake” was failing to resolve the Ukrainian crisis much sooner..”
Yes, but they couldn’t have. They weren’t ready. Imagine: failing under sanctions. No hypersonics. They took Crimea which was the only safe move then, and in that way actually WON the Maidan Revolution, not lost it.
“• Russia Calls For International Investigation Into Kakhovka HPP’s Dam Collapse (TASS)
Suddenly! The sound of crickets. No one wants to know. And NSII, Sweden says they know. But they can’t tell anyone including the owners of the pipeline. I suspect the Bolivians again.
“• US Media Wages Disinformation Campaign Regarding Kakhovka Dam Everything.
“• How Does This End Well? (Jim Rickards)
It doesn’t end at all. It just goes on and on forever without being stopped.
“All of these sales are in violation of U.S. sanctions.”
Who? Perhaps neither the author nor the readership can remember that the U.S. has no jurisdiction…anywhere.
“took shape as the brainwave of Russian President Vladimir Putin and (MbS).”
Yeah, an Organization of Oil Producing States. Radical: stayed up all night thinking of it. Are you guys high, or just really stupid? And it’s so obvious, neither Putin nor MBS have anything to do with it: local cabbies of both countries would have done it anyway. Master brainwave like blowing up his own dams and pipelines.
“Trump May Face More Criminal Charges Soon (RT)
Again, the documents can’t BE classified. Trump looks at them and says “I hereby declassify” and it happens. I’m not sure he’s done this, but since there’s not even a form to sign, I don’t see why not.
“they raided Mar a Lago. To steal back evidence of their crimes.”
Yes, and that’s why he stole them. To make them do it. Like, no one’s heard of copies? Everything’s on the servers. KNOWING, politically, strategically, is enough, and the knowing is hidden in your mind. Your next decisions are based on what you already know and can’t be un-known. What do you DO with that knowledge? Punk them to misbehave in public, out of a guilty conscience. Your fight is for the minds of the American PEOPLE, not Comey. Credits, though: it took them a lot longer to jump at the bait this time. Trump had to pretend (I think) to have the nuclear codes or something to make them run in circles like idiots this time. They ARE learning, however slow that may be.
“is doing unexpectedly well”
A high profile Kennedy, lifelong politician and handsome, well-spoken democratic lawyer? Yeah, totally “Unexpected”. …To journalists who can’t finish a single sentence without lying. Unexpected to who? Sitting here I can’t think of a stupid example to present: unexpected to dead men? Jimmy Hoffa and Rasputin? Literally, who?
“the environmental lawyer made a series of unconventional campaign moves that caught the media’s attention.”
You mean he talked to people? Who saw that coming?
“Democrats widely consider Kennedy to be a problematic fringe candidate who freely spreads conspiracy theories.”
Do they now? Since he’s probably higher than Biden, what do they think of Biden’s theories? If he’s near the front-runner, how can he also be “fringe”? Marianne Williams is not considered fringe and got on the stage. RFK is 20x more popular.
Or the actual point here: Who defines the “fringe”? This is why “Hill” journaists lose their minds. THEY want to be the mean girls’ club, and when we don’t cry, it drives them mental.
“• Fox Claims Tucker Carlson Violated Contract With Independent Twitter Show (Sp.)
Of course they did. That was the whole point of not firing him, and continuing to pay him. However, Tucker can also tie them up in lawsuits with THEIR money, because, what else is money for? I don’t see Tucker as a guy who wants his yacht and needs to keep a company intact to hand to an idiot son. He would want his reputation intact, and if he blows 99% of his fortune on it, his reputation will greatly increase.
PS. Tucker’s Twitter ALONE is larger than all Fox News. And has no overhead.
“• Hunter Biden Could Face Jail for Contempt of Court, Judge Says (ET)
So much with this. A judge merely doing her job? Unheard of. $20k/mo? He can’t both launder millions with his art and say he has no income. Discovery reveals bad things. Dragging your feet with a child means the child has no money: what will it help to die now so you have money in your 20s and not at 5yo? Nice going Daddy, now she can also tell how much you love her.
“Bush stealthily issued two presidential directives that granted the president the power to unilaterally declare a national emergency,”
I don’t know why they do this: are they illiterate, or just stupid? BOTH WERE ILLEGAL. It doesn’t become legal because you thought it up in your mind, wrote it on a napkin. I’m pretty sure even Congress passing it wouldn’t make it legal, and we’re miles from that.
Docktor’s comment: SO???
“Yet according to documents obtained by the Brennan Center, there may be many more secret powers that presidents may institute in times of so-called crisis”
WHICH ARE ALSO ILLEGAL.
“The Executive Branch’s willingness to circumvent the Constitution”
…ARE ILLEGAL. Why do people never approach the Constitution for what it is? Federal Law.
Bores me. If they don’t want to follow very obvious, apparently easy to read law, despite the law they claim having never been passed anywhere or even admitted, I got nothing for you. They’re just criminals following nothing at all and you let them into the control room then do whatever they say for no reason whatsoever except you like losing.
““It is government gangsters against everyone else….” • Two Tiers of Justice (Kash Patel)
We didn’t escape history: it’s always the Government vs the People.
“Initially he hoped that some European nation, such as Germany or France, would shelter him”
Russia is a European nation, look it up. And why not Russia? You preferred Iceland? Slovakia? So it’s anywhere on the planet but Russia then? Good show.June 8, 2023 at 11:59 am #136450poppieParticipant
Automatic Earth is a favorite read. Your comments a favorite Automatic Earth.June 8, 2023 at 12:13 pm #136451
I have been wondering how the war in the Ukraine that the US started ends.
I read comments seeking ideas. The real problem is that no one particular person or source has all the answers but if you read enough different comments and collect various ideas, you can sometimes come up with a more complete picture.
By now most of us have figured out that the US tried to setup things in the Ukraine so when Russia finally did intervene, that Russia would become embroiled in a losing war it could never win.
The US hoped a goaded Russia would enter the Ukraine in a big way using maneuver warfare and quickly crush the Ukrainian army. Then a long insurgency war would happen, like the 1945 to 1955 insurgency. Russia hasn’t forgotten.
We all know Russia went small. Going big was never an option for Russia. A fatal US neocon error.
Russia didn’t intially attack the Ukrainian’s Donetsk Magnot line, as the US had planned for. Instead it attacked north and south using maneuver tactics before quickly switching to a defensive posture and a war of attrition.
Instead of going for territory, Russia elected to destroy the Ukrainian army instead. This completely upset carefully laid US plans on how the war was to be fought. Plans only a country that hasn’t fought a combined arms land war since 1944-5 (these US soldiers are long dead), could possibly conceive as their virtual reality.
We currently see the corrupt puppet Ukrainian government is busy selling everything in the Ukraine they can to Blackrock and other US companies, for pennies on the dollar. Winners don’t do that!
Expect the US to order Nato soldiers to volunteer in the Ukraine soon. The Ukraine will invite them!
So how can Russia end this war? Only when the Ukrainian people know they are totally beat and are too exhausted to continue fighting. That condition is the only realistic way to avoid an insurgency after the war ends. There is no other way. The Ukrainian people must want to rid themselves of their Nazi problem first!
Once the Ukraine reaches this bottom, of total despair, only then will the Ukrainian people reject their foreign owners claims over them. Expect once Ukraine defaults on it’s US debt, the Ukraine will be sanctioned by the US, just like Afghanistan.
I think we are a few years shy of any of this happening. And Russia knows this.June 8, 2023 at 12:34 pm #136452
I should comment on the smoke from Quebec’s forest fires.
Due to strong north winds, the smoke was quite thick at the family’s 1000 island cottage on the St. Lawrence River. I have never before experienced smoke like this in my entire life. Yesterday evening we drove home to just north of Toronto. There was no smoke when we arrived home.
That this smoke has reached Washington DC is hilarious in my opinion. Couldn’t happen to a bunch of nicer woke people!
Note: I see Raul’s box article is featured on ZH this morning just as I had hoped it would!June 8, 2023 at 12:48 pm #136454
Empire of Lies Gangster Nation Edition
Now you can get charged as an employee for trying to stop shoplifting
Is the shoplifting thing a ‘safety value’ kludge stop gap to stall the major blowup rioting for when the whole system goes into cardiac arrest?June 8, 2023 at 12:53 pm #136455Clueless HonkyParticipant
Maybe you already saw the news on the IGg4 antibody imbalance that results from the jabs. It was published as a pre-print months ago. It was finally fully published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal Vaccines on May 17th, 2023.
The journal Vaccines’ article: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-393X/11/5/991
Clueless Honky blog interpretation: https://cluelesshonky.substack.com/p/admittance
Check it out.
We’re at a tipping point now with the cultural conversation if this can be published in a peer reviewed scientific journal.June 8, 2023 at 12:54 pm #136456
And who could forget this craptastic ‘solution’ to climate change from 2019?
It’s appeal just grows with age.
Scientist Suggests ‘Eating Human Meat’ to Tackle Climate Change
At least someone is thinking outside Schrödinger’s Box
“A Swedish scientist has suggested eating human flesh to tackle climate change at a Stockholm summit, according to reports.
In the 1973 dystopian film Soylent Green, the world is so overpopulated that dead bodies are sold as food.
But Swedish researcher Magnus Söderlund believes this could be a genuine solution to climate change and asserts we must “awaken the idea” of eating human flesh in the future…..”
SweetJune 8, 2023 at 12:59 pm #136457
Correlation ≠ Causation
Schrödinger’sDuckJune 8, 2023 at 1:02 pm #136459
Another example of climate changeJune 8, 2023 at 1:51 pm #136460
This morning, because I found it so important, I’m motivate in/to Highlighting only One of what RIM found
“We follow government policy”
Don’t want to know
Don’t want to acknowledge
Birth rate down
Death rate up
THIS INFORMATION WILL BLOW YOUR MIND!
We've decided to make this episode free as the information is so vital and it needs to reach far and wide so we can hold these establishment figures to account.
PLEASE SHARE FAR AND WIDE.
Support us if you're able to and allow to to… pic.twitter.com/cddy3UrlQt
— Ickonic (@ickonic) June 7, 2023
————-June 8, 2023 at 1:54 pm #136461DoraParticipant
NATO countries sending their own country’s troops to Ukraine? I think that has a high likelihood of bringing down the NATO countries’ EU sitting governments at the next elections, or breaking up NATO, or breaking up the EU. Hubris.June 8, 2023 at 2:24 pm #136462
Just like “Hitler’s rant in the bunker”, “missing chapter” of Art of war can be easily employed and can go forever.
I used it in my early comments on zerohedge which did not win me many friends from the “gong-ho-America-first” patriotic audience at the time.
Follow up to “WTF happened in 1971” from day or so ago:
Easily explained, by some, that Lenin’s tactic was used to impoverish population as to bring in “bellowed system” to the country.June 8, 2023 at 2:30 pm #136464
Superb early Mondrian today. Long way from this to, three decades later, paintings of straight line grids and colored fields in three primary colors.June 8, 2023 at 2:54 pm #136465phoenixvoiceParticipant
Scientist Suggests ‘Eating Human Meat’ to Tackle Climate Change
Life imitating art again?
Soylent GreenJune 8, 2023 at 3:01 pm #136466Raúl Ilargi MeijerKeymaster
Superb early Mondrian today. Long way from this to, three decades later, paintings of straight line grids and colored fields in three primary colors.
Mondriaan only found his unique voice (the grids) when he went to New York. He could always paint.June 8, 2023 at 3:21 pm #136467
What a fine piece of writing yesterday, RIM!
About the fires…check out the smoke map and tell me how so many well-spaced, random fires get started over such an enormous area. Lightning can’t possibly be the only explanation.
I’ve never seen “wild”fires distribute themselves like this.June 8, 2023 at 3:38 pm #136468
,,,,He could always paint.
That’s what I thought too, RIM.June 8, 2023 at 3:43 pm #136469June 8, 2023 at 3:46 pm #136470D Benton SmithParticipant
Do I believe in extraterrestrial aliens interacting with Earth?
Hmm! That’s an intriguing (and therefore good) question, and to be as fully honest as I can be I would have to say that I do not yet quite fully believe in “space aliens”, but since I’m being as fully honest as I’m capable of being I have to qualify that answer by adding that I don’t quite disbelieve in them either, and that there is strong (but not yet fully compelling) evidence that “We are not alone”. I have to admit that I’m strongly intrigued by the possibility.
Which makes it such a damned good question. Yes indeed. A very VERY good question.June 8, 2023 at 3:52 pm #136471D Benton SmithParticipant
Here’s a thought. The only way for the Earth to become a nice place to live is for a whole bunch of bad people to stop being bad and start being good. There’s just no other way. After all, it’s not as though all of those bad people could just stop existing in an instant, like “Poof, they’re gone!” So they ARE going to go on existing until further notice, and that means a long long time. There’s no way around it. Even if you tried to kill them all off physically, such a dirty dumb deed would take quite some time and effort, and in the meanwhile the bad people would go on existing (and probably RE-sisting, too. Count on it.)
So, in other words, the only way Earth becomes a nice place to live is after a WHOLE bunch of bad people change their minds and start being good. As in, rehabilitate themselves.
That could take some time, and quite a bit of annoyance and embarrassment.
What a thought.June 8, 2023 at 3:54 pm #136472Figmund SreudParticipant
… via Dr. John Campbell:
Did lockdowns work? The verdict on Covid restrictions – 5 June 2023
F.S.June 8, 2023 at 4:22 pm #136473Dr D RichParticipant
Perhaps had she’d been adorned with a “clapper bell” the guards would have kept the mandated 6 foot social distance. Notice too, the enlightened members of the court/tribunal did their very best for this lovely girl along with all the nurses and doctors still employed by that nominal healthcare organization.
An aside: the following is exactly the opposite of gaslighting
“If the US wishes to be considered an authority on democracy and human rights, it ought to come clean about the killings of President John F. Kennedy and his brother, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Wednesday.”June 8, 2023 at 5:11 pm #136474
Duthsinse was using a totally cool website that’s out of College of duPage.
This is what God made the internets for. 🙂June 8, 2023 at 5:35 pm #136475TAE SummaryParticipant
* In support of Ukraine NATO to change name to North Atlantic Zelensky Initiative
* Lockdowns worked. The vaccines worked. Masks worked. You just need to understand the goalJune 8, 2023 at 6:29 pm #136478
Oroboros- you’re a hoot!
It was either an eagle or an osprey that dropped a 3 pound walleye on our roof. It had gotten a little ripe by the time I found it.
TAE- Well said.
Here’s a link. It makes you think.
You click some more- your brain gets sore.
What happens next is you get vexed,
And that’s the way you spend your day.
Now go outside and play!
Golly, I luvs all youz guyz.June 8, 2023 at 6:40 pm #136479
“We follow government policy”
In other words
Work to rule (or get fired)
Quiet Quitting ( if you do more than your job, You will not get recognized, Unless you fuck up)
Ignored all the lies, bull shit, truth
Don’t want to know
Don’t want to acknowledge
Birth rate down
Death rate up
Irrelevant to the objectivesJune 8, 2023 at 7:05 pm #136480
The Same In Theory https://drjohnsblog.substack.com/p/the-same-in-theory
Surplus Energy Economics , Of theory and practice
Here, then, is what we know about the ‘two economies’.
The ‘real economy’ is an energy system, and is defined as the use, in the present, of energy to supply products and services of value. The factors that determine the size of the real economy at any given time are the supply, value and cost of energy. Activity made possible by energy includes the construction of productive capacity, infrastructure, and facilities such as homes, hospitals and schools.
The ‘financial economy’ consists of monetary claims, of which some are exercised in the present, whilst others are set aside for the future. The financial system comprises an aggregation of forward claims, whose viability depends on the delivery capacity of the real (energy) economy of the future.
As remarked earlier, when creating these claims, we don’t assess their viability by enquiring into the probable size of the real economy of the future. We simply assume that the economy, defined financially, must carry on expanding.
On this basis, we have constructed a financial system that prioritises innovation over sustainability. Now that the ‘real’ economy has stopped growing, we’re about to discover that we have innovated our way to a systemic crisis.
The SEEDS model uses many techniques and metrics to interpret and describe the ‘two economies’ of energy and money, and some of the most important are summarised in the following charts.
The ‘financial economy’, represented by reported GDP, has carried on growing, largely because the transactional activity recorded as GDP has been inflated artificially by the breakneck creation of ever greater future claims (Fig. 1A). In other words, we’ve been flattering perceived flow by adding to the stock of liabilities, and then turning a blind eye to the linkage between the two.
Largely out of sight, the ‘real economy’ has been decelerating towards contraction (1B). This has happened because, through the process of depletion, the ECoEs – the Energy Costs of Energy – of fossil fuels have been rising relentlessly, reducing the amount of prosperity obtained from each unit of energy consumed.
Accordingly, a severe disequilibrium has emerged between the real and the financial economies (1C).
It’s only when we recognize that the eventually tendency must be towards equilibrium between the two economies – and apply the measured magnitude of disequilibrium to the current scale of forward liabilities (1D) – that we become aware of the inevitable destabilization of the financial system...
..The energy-intensive nature of so many necessities implies that, as the real costs of essentials rise, there will be a leveraged decline in the affordability of discretionary (non-essential) products and services.
Inevitably, we’re going to try to stave off these realities using financial gimmickry. This could be characterised by the suppliers of non-essential products and services trying to bolster their sales by providing credit to their customers.
I think that those who control economic movements in our world (presumably because they understand them well, and can profit from that understanding, as well as manipulation) see the divergence between real economy and financial economy. One of the main drivers of WW-2 was the arrangements for debt repayment after WW-1. They were impossible. There are many details to that, but they were not only physically impossible, but financially impossible. Germany could not get the $US to pay to France and England, which they owed to the US (and the Federal Reserve banks) No country with $US would buy German goods. Germany was forced to borrow $US at low interest, which persistent low interest primed the world for the 1929 financial crash.
Hitler was lauded at first, as he was repudiating German debt, which was necessary to re-synchronize physical and financial economies on a global scale, however the social movement the Nazis set in motion needed more. It was a militarized growth-engine.
“This time” needs to be “different”, since there is not the capacity for rapid growth of real-economy after the desolation of war.
The financial and power elites are having to work a problem they have never faced in our modern history.
They need human populations to follow orders, and they are inclined to use fear as a motivation. (I think a wholesome shared-purpose, based upon honest and open assessment would work better this time.)
The driving assumption of any scheme the current power/financial elites may support is that they remain in power, controlling the levers and extracting the economic surplus, as they see fit.
It would help them pay the bills if most retirees and welfare recipients died, of course. This would need to happen in the context of full societal compliance, all of which Hitler accomplished, but we see how that was done.
Classes of people were dehumanized, dispossessed and exterminated as less-than-human. This was expanded to include Slavic Russians, and that is where it failed.
There was a world war, or several overlapping imperial world-wars. The system of power and ownership was maintained, though the seat of the financial empire continued to shift. London > NY + London.
Importantly, for the winners,the power elites needed to make social contracts with the people, in order to prevail.
Those WW-2 social contracts have now been defaulted upon.
Any ruling coalition will need to strike new social contracts, which must be palatable to societies.
A ruling coalition (as in the UK, or the US) which lies to society, and seeks to impose austerity and mysterious deaths, will lose control to a rival ruling-coalition which enlists the goodwill and trust of society.That must be done honestly, and with wealth-sharing.
That’s what history shows.
Two Tiers of Justice , Kash Patel
The two-tier system of justice is not Democrats vs. Republicans. It is anyone who is part of the administrative state and the D.C. beltway versus those who seek to destroy this political demon of the deep state. It is government gangsters against everyone else. When it comes to the U.S. government, there are no coincidences. Anything that masquerades as such is a strategic move to protect the upper echelons from ceding power to the proletariat they once rose from.
FBI Folds, Releases Biden ‘Bribery’ Document To House Oversight, Averting Contempt Vote
But by late Wednesday, the committee announced that the FBI has decided to produce some documents— including the FD-1023 form Comer had been after—and that the committee’s business meeting on Thursday to vote on holding Wray in contempt was now scrapped.
Meryl Nass MD, Why Countries Must Leave the World Health Organization. (Much edited. There is also a video.)
(The term “One Health” was first coined by EcoHealth Alliance,2 the group that subcontracted risky gain-of-function research to the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), the lab from which SARS-CoV-2 emerged.)
One Health is the culmination of a grand global plan that places human health, animal health, environmental concerns, food, travel, housing and everything else under a single umbrella, and the WHO is being set up as the central decision-maker and overseer of it all.
One Health is based on the premise that a broad range of aspects of life and the environment can impact health and therefore fall under the “potential” to cause harm. The One Health agenda includes medicine, food and agriculture, communications, economics, civil society, global trade and commerce, research, noncommunicable disease, mental health, land use, disease surveillance and much more
Behind the scenes, One Health partnerships have already been formed in countries around the world. The One Health network was built and expanded in the U.S. primarily by cutting public health funding. One Health then stepped in with funding but, of course, recipients of One Health grants had to embrace the concept and push it out to others.
One Health is also baked into the proposed amendments to the 2005 International Health Regulations (IHR), which the World Health Assembly (WHA) is scheduled to vote on in May 2024. This is how the WHO will gain the authority to dictate how we live our lives...
..In hindsight, it’s easy to see that the globalists’ plan to concentrate power has been in the works for decades, and the playbook is always the same: “Give us more power so we can protect you and keep you safe.” Alas, every time we give them more power, we find ourselves both less safe and less free...
Countries that treasure individual freedom and respect bodily autonomy have only one choice: Exit the World Health Organization.
https://merylnass.substack.com/p/why-countries-must-leave-the-worldJune 8, 2023 at 7:10 pm #136481
Rule by Decree: The Emergency State’s Plot to Override the Constitution (Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney began revision of “Continuity of Government” plans under Jerry Ford, and resumed under Reagan/Bush. They were activated on 9/11/01 with VP Cheney in the driver’s seat.)
The seeds of this ongoing madness were sown several decades ago when George W. Bush stealthily issued two presidential directives that granted the president the power to unilaterally declare a national emergency, which is loosely defined as “any incident, regardless of location, that results in extraordinary levels of mass casualties, damage, or disruption severely affecting the U.S. population, infrastructure, environment, economy, or government functions.“ Comprising the country’s Continuity of Government (COG) plan, these directives (National Security Presidential Directive 51 and Homeland Security Presidential Directive 20), which do not need congressional approval, provide a skeletal outline of the actions the president will take in the event of a “national emergency.”
Just what sort of actions the president will take once he declares a national emergency can barely be discerned from the barebones directives. However, one thing is clear: in the event of a national emergency, the COG directives give unchecked executive, legislative and judicial power to the president. The country would then be subjected to martial law by default, and the Constitution and the Bill of Rights would be suspended...
…All of the imperial powers amassed by Obama, Bush, Trump and now Biden—to kill American citizens without due process, to detain suspects (including American citizens) indefinitely, to strip Americans of their citizenship rights, to carry out mass surveillance on Americans without probable cause, to wage wars without congressional authorization, to suspend laws during wartime, to disregard laws with which he might disagree, to conduct secret wars and convene secret courts, to sanction torture, to sidestep the legislatures and courts with executive orders and signing statements, to direct the military to operate beyond the reach of the law, to establish a standing army on American soil, to operate a shadow government, to declare national emergencies for any manipulated reason, and to act as a dictator and a tyrant, above the law and beyond any real accountability—have become a permanent part of the president’s toolbox of terror.
Alex Berenson , Why the Covid vaccine myocarditis deaths in South Korea matter so much
Yesterday, I focused on the study’s details. In the paper, researchers in South Korea reported finding 12 mRNA-driven myocarditis deaths in young adults, a figure that translates into up to 500 similar deaths globally.
Those deaths are obviously important.
But an even more vital takeaway from the paper is that doctors aren’t even properly reporting the best-known complication from the mRNA jabs. Not even when it occurs mere days after vaccination. Not even when it kills healthy young adults.
Eight of those 12 fatalities were initially misclassified as sudden cardiac deaths, with no mRNA myocarditis link. They were properly classified only after autopsies performed under a special Korean program.
So physicians can’t even count fatal cases of myocarditis, which has been highlighted as an mRNA complication for two years. How can we trust them to report other potential serious or fatal side effects, ones that occur in older people or haven’t received as much attention or both?
Thanks Oxymoron in Oz. Walter M.Chesnut:
An Urgent Warning: The Spike Protein Expressed On The Cell Surface Causes “Transplant Rejection” Of The Entire Body – Long COVID ,
Every Organ Expressing Spike Is Attacked As If It Were Transplanted Due To The Expression Of A Foreign Non-Self Protein On Cell Surfaces
WHO Adopts European-Style COVID-19 Vaccine Passports As Part Of New Global Digital Health Certificate
https://www.zerohedge.com/political/who-adopts-european-style-covid-19-vaccine-passports-part-new-global-digital-healthJune 8, 2023 at 7:12 pm #136482
More from Dr.Nass:
RFK Jr. tells Musk he wants to permanently seal the US-Mexico border; links mass shootings to pharmaceutical drugs; wants to end GOF worldwide
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. joined Elon Musk, venture capitalist David Sacks, former Democratic lawmaker Tulsi Gabbard, and others for a Twitter Spaces interview Monday to discuss many of the issues he reckons should be at the forefront of the political debate going into the 2024 presidential election.
Ed Curtain (Sirhan Sirhan was just a hypnotized patsy, not an assassin. Bobby Jr. is fully aware of this. Bobby Kennedy opposed the Vietnam War.)
The Assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy: Questions, Hints and Allegations
Instagram Reinstates RFK Jr.’s Account After He Questions The Ban On Twitter
Meta’s Instagram Facilitated Massive Pedophile Network
A comprehensive investigation by the Wall Street Journal and the Stanford Internet Observatory reveals that Meta-owned Instagram has been home to an organized and massive network of pedophiles.
https://www.zerohedge.com/political/cheese-pizza-metas-instagram-facilitated-massive-pedophile-networkJune 8, 2023 at 7:14 pm #136483
Tucker Carlson’s first Twitter broadcast went mega-viral Tuesday night, racking up 71.6 million views in less than 24 hours.
During the 10 minute monologue, Carlson slammed Ukraine war mongers, and took the media to task for ignoring the “bombshell of the millennium” in which a government whistleblower revealed that craft developed by non-human intelligence has been recovered by governments around the world.
Fox News notified former show host Tucker Carlson that his new independent program published via Twitter violates his contract with the network, US media reported, citing a copy of a letter from Fox to Carlson’s attorneys… “In connection with such breach and pursuant to the Agreement, Fox expressly reserves all rights and remedies which are available to it at law or equity,” the letter said, as quoted in the report.
..Carlson’s legal team objects to Fox’s efforts to block the new program, arguing that Twitter as a platform is not in direct competition with Fox, the report said, citing a source familiar with their thinking. Another source familiar with the matter reportedly said that Fox executives told Carlson that the network intends to keep him sidelined until 2025. Any legal action by Fox would violate Carlson’s First Amendment rights to freedom of speech under the US Constitution, his lawyers reportedly said…
..Carlson was reportedly removed from the Fox News lineup as part of a settlement agreement with Dominion Voting Systems.
Matt Taibbi: Does Anyone Believe American Propaganda Anymore?
The Kakhovka dam just exploded in Ukraine, flooding a huge territory and causing another insane ecological disaster.
Russia and Ukraine spent yesterday trading accusations, while the U.S. leaked it was “leaning towards Russia as the culprit of the attack.”
The synchronicity was uncanny, with the media’s dam freakout coming exactly as public panic about the previous lunatic infrastructure attack came full circle, moving from certainty Russia blew up the Nord Stream pipeline to belated claims we knew all along Ukraine did it. It’s as if officials want the world to take American intelligence assessments more as Gilbert Gottfried routines than truth.
At 10:52 a.m. yesterday, the Washington Post published an exclusive called, “U.S. had intelligence of detailed Ukrainian plan to attack Nord Stream pipeline.”
The story contended the United States learned from a “European intelligence service” in June, 2022 that Ukraine was planning a “covert attack” on Nord Stream, using divers who “reported directly to the commander in chief of the Ukrainian armed forces,” General Valery Zaluzhny.
Apparently, U.S. and European allies knew about the Ukrainian plan and were impotent to stop a move they worried “risked a severe Russian response.”
The only people in the country who didn’t roll eyes or laugh at these latest anonymous contortions were reporters.
Soros predicts Ukrainian victory in counterattack, says Russia is a ‘paper tiger’
American oligarch of Hungarian origin George Soros believes Ukraine will win the war, and it will be a “positive shock” for global relations. The billionaire made the predictions in a new column in Project Syndicate, which is partly funded by his own Open Society Foundations.
In the column, Soros borrows a term from U.S. economic historian Adam Tooze, writing of a “polycrisis” in the world and pointing to the meteoric rise of artificial intelligence, climate change and the war in Ukraine...
..“There will be general elections in the United States in 2024 – and, most likely, in the United Kingdom as well – and AI will undoubtedly play an important role, one which is unlikely to be anything but dangerous. AI is very good at producing disinformation and deep fakes and there will be many malicious actors. What can we do about that? I don’t have the answer, but I hope this issue will receive the attention it deserves.”
Christine sends this from Gilbert Doctorow Where oh Where is Chinese Support for Russia’s Special Military Operation in Ukraine?
There are no indications that China has supplied any military hardware to Russia. Perhaps they have shipped some dual use microchips, but that is not clear. What we can see is that they substantially raised their purchases of Russian oil. But they have taken the big discounts that Russia was obliged to give to any and all buyers following imposition of Western sanctions on its hydrocarbons. So it is an open question of who was doing whom favors in that domain.
There is reason to believe that the real test of China’s readiness to help Russia in what is now effectively a war with the whole of NATO will come in the next two weeks or so.
In a rather alarmist article issued on 21 May, John Helmer, a Russia expert and blogger living in Moscow for decades, tells us that the Air Defender 23 exercises that begin on 12 June may be used by Washington and its NATO allies to cover and protect what will be called raids by Ukrainian piloted F16s into the Donbas and perhaps further into the Russian Federation itself. This daring and perhaps very violent “exercise” would be a provocation inviting Russian counter attack on the bases in Germany and elsewhere in NATO member states from which the attacking aircraft took off. And there you have it, the casus belli for WWIII.June 8, 2023 at 9:12 pm #136485ezlxa1949Participant
Rule by Decree
Some excerpts from Why tyranny could be the inevitable outcome of democracy
Plato, one of the earliest thinkers and writers about democracy, predicted that letting people govern themselves would eventually lead the masses to support the rule of tyrants.
What went wrong in Athens?
In classical Athens, the birthplace of democracy, the democratic assembly was an arena filled with rhetoric unconstrained by any commitment to facts or truth. So far, so familiar.
Aristotle and his students had not yet formalized the basic concepts and principles of logic, so those who sought influence learned from sophists, teachers of rhetoric who focused on controlling the audience’s emotions rather than influencing their logical thinking.
There lay the trap: Power belonged to anyone who could harness the collective will of the citizens directly by appealing to their emotions rather than using evidence and facts to change their minds.
Misleading speech is the essential element of despots, because despots need the support of the people. Demagogues’ manipulation of the Athenian people left a legacy of instability, bloodshed and genocidal warfare, described in Thucydides’ history.June 8, 2023 at 9:17 pm #136486ezlxa1949Participant
Smoke from fires: now you know what many in south-east Australia went through in 2019-20. Dreadful. I used the time to find air leaking into the house, literally sniffing them out, and sealing them off.
Now it seems quite likely that El Niño will return in a few months’ time. There’s been plenty of regrowth because of good rains aver the past few years. Everyone is worried.
But The System does not care. Profits and growth are all that matter. Labour and capital are the only factors that exist. The environment has no exonomic function, hence it does not exist and can be ignored.June 8, 2023 at 10:05 pm #136487boscohorowitzParticipant
“But The System does not care. Profits and growth are all that matter. Labor and capital are the only factors that exist. The environment has no economic function, hence it does not exist and can be ignored.”
I like this. It states the obvious without demanding there be villains to throw poo at. The System. The human condition. Life in the late Holocene. The great big unavoidable everything. God doing standup for an audience too terrified to laugh.
Here is some guitar:
If we knew what to do to make it better even a little, what would we do? All I’ve accomplished that wasn’t a net fiasco was to ask someone if I could help. It usually works better when I stop pretending that I Know Best. But that pretension is very enduring.
Meanwhile, the Holocene epoch comes to a close. Morally, I am greatly relieved. Ego-physically, I am terrified. The two meet me in the middle and contrive sordid deals to save my soul like Roman soldiers casting lots for Jesus’ garments.
But I remember coming off the line, young and strong, ages ago. Eighteen: the slingshot years Gotta admit: the human condition is one exhilarating ride.June 8, 2023 at 11:36 pm #136488Figmund SreudParticipant
“It no longer matters who is right. It matters how we get out of this situation”
F.S.June 9, 2023 at 12:37 am #136489
It is amazing how the US is nicely wrecking the Ukraine by arming it.
Then to help complete the wrecking job, the US controlled IMF is financially killing off the little people of Ukraine, by forcing the Ukraine government to cut all payments such as pensions, etc while raising the cost of electricity, heating fuels, and gasoline.
A page right out of the Nazi playbook! It was German Bankers following right on the heels of the Panzers, that did more damage to a conquered country than the Panzers ever did. People tend to forget this important fact of war.June 9, 2023 at 12:42 am #136490AfewknowthetruthParticipant
Uninformed, stupid people are blind to the dire consequences of policies and actions founded on ignorance and stupidity.
Therefore, the march along the path of slow (or in some cases, rapid) self-annihilation will continue.
I was shocked to discover that someone who is well informed about fake jabs and fake Ukraine narratives and fake ‘green’ narratives churned out by the totalitarian police states that constitute ‘Oceania’/NATOstan had no idea who Roger Waters is nor any idea what ‘The Wall’ was, or what its message was.
Never underestimate the lack of knowledge and lack of understanding of those around you. Never underestimate the stupidity of people around you. Albert Einstein and George Carlin spoke wisely about stupid people.
And, of course, propaganda works. Thats why the totalitarian fascists persist with it.
And if propaganda does start to fail, there is always censorship to fall back on, along with totally corrupt ‘justice’ systems.
Many decades ago, Huxley and Orwell told us what to expect.
Sadly, the vast majority of proles in ‘Oceania’/NATOstan have no idea who Huxley and Orwell were.
Anyway, we are now in the world that Huxley and Orwell wrote about all those decades ago.
The Age of Consequences arrived a decade or so ago, on all fronts. But the fascist police states of ‘Oceania’/NATOstan have been able to stagger on for a decade, using propaganda and censorship as their prime tools. Nate obviously still doesn’t get it. Jonathan Swift got it 300 years ago.
I suspect most people will start to get it by the end of this year.
Without energy, nothing happens.
A fucked-up environment does not support life-as-we-know-it.
Industrial humans and banksters have only three-quarters fucked-up the environment. There’s still that last quarter to be degraded/destroyed. They’re working hard to wreck that last quarter. And they’ll succeed because that have the courts, the security forces, the utterly corrupt governments and the uninformed masses on their side.June 9, 2023 at 1:06 am #136491
“Many decades ago, Huxley and Orwell told us what to expect.”
I was too young/innocent/etc. to comprehend/understand the messages.June 9, 2023 at 1:13 am #136492CelticbikerParticipant
What the jew is doing to Ukraine is now coming to every western White nation. They want you dead.For the love of Christ, wake up.
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